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S1 1l111U J IN 1883 J I p NEW SERIESYOLI XIV NO 14 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON a COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 1907 2t i rOOP R F 11 IIL T i ll I fW F TRUST8 PRACTICAL VJ t I feENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Jpntalwrkatraasonableprices f llworfc guaranteed 1X SPRINGFIELD KY ci r vv OUR DIRECTORY i SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south at 1t uexinpton 59 miles from f ouisville on Bardstown branch of oa8yille and Nashville lillroad in- alarminK and agricultural district 5Cwo Banks telegraph and telephone 9 lilies express office flour mills lumber A iyaril Population 1100 population of eunty 15000 Representative in CongressHon D p H Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis attire Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Kv Cunty Directory I CIRCUIT COURT v Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and October 1 IiH Thurman JudgeeRi 14 Durham Commonwealth At ocmeyi Robt A Noe Clerk I1G Leachman Master Iommlas ener QUARTERLY OUR Quarterly Court is heTon the third Si ondayin each month f B I Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Court meets on the fourth Monday in etch mouthfBI Liitsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk TS Mayeff Cdunty Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson Dick Isham Herbert dMasters Eddleman 1 Deputie 3ke F Moore County purveyor i tr P OBryan Assessor d vl Mitchell Deputy obert NQB Treasurer ff JiMXoutgomerYj Coroner J W Bush Supt ottornmon icnoola P 0 Springfield t i CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT JnJtice Courts are held in January April July and October JGhU P Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sundays In etch month at 11 a m and 730 p ni 4 Sunday School every Sunday atlOam Prayer mtelng every Wednesday I alght1 THQLICICHURCH Rev PF Henuessa Pastor Ser r rtceTitvery Sunday at8 and 10 oclock imV Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Faster SeiviFtvYWTTVwldein every Sunday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I Rftvr R E C Lawson Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am a trid at 7 pin Sunday school every Sunday at JO am Prayer meetln very Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPflST CHURCH rRev Wm Harrison JVHlhtrFPaBt Preaching every Sundiiat 11 am rid 745 pm SunaySchoo1 every uodayat 9 30 am Prayer meeting eVrvyTuesday cyehinffat 745oclock I Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGK Springfield lodge Nbt 50 meets first and third Monday eleach toonth C Washington R A Chapter No 57 5 meets every second Tuesday 1Springfield Council o52 meets ore ivery fourth Monday XNIGHIS of TUB MACAHHSS Meet I cn FOLEY IflNEY TARl Be original r LAXATIVE cough remedy Tor co fhi colds throat and lung trojfeles No opiates Nonalcdliolic Gdforeverybody Sold everywhere Thenuln 11ISMilCTPS HONEY and TAR isla riY Mii w ytctage Refuse substitute f V Prpard only by jMty II Company Chicago For sale byRe1 Crofspr i Stirei r tr fW THE NEWSLI3ADERbJ ii 4 irW mro nWMdi mnw ii W I Iii ROUND Of TALK t- t ftftnninnnnnnnn nnnnnftnnf M Bring Long Dat Hoe By Ruth Raymond Comei chillun bring along dat hoe De spring am here an now NYe uns am boun to plant and t sow To harrow and to plowT A robin in de apple tree Am singinr songs o chfeer An bluebirds flit about in glee Because de springam here Yo mammy in her kerchier bright Stans hyde open doab A tellindat demoon am right To plant dem once mcah She clares de moon am growm now An plants am suah to grow So chillun it time I tow To bring along dat hoe De bees am hangin tward de sun Prapsda swarna today Yo1 uns mayhivej demallde fun Am fo de you g I say Don get behind flat tree anl whine Yo pickaninny Joe But stop dem capers now anj- mine t VvTo bring along dathoe Here am de seeds an heres de grain To plant dat garden well An God will send de sun an rain Is heard de preacher tell Idpowerfullv laik ofishltHl noon De fishins fine I know But mammys suah about dat moon So bring along de hoe a CARELESSWe will take t1 the risk of being accused of being a chronic knocker I by entering another protesfragainstl carelessness in enforcing town lays it wjILbmembere that when the villiage of Spring field assumed the Dignity of a city of the fifth class thp newt Board qf Council caused to be en acted numerous laws of greater cfess importance and for the purpose of preserving the peace and regulating the affairs of the city These laws although at the time some worked a hardship on certain citizens were rigidly enforced at the begimng of the new administration As time wore on however the powers grew lax in the enforcement of some of the reform measures un til now many of them are dead letters We have in mind one city ordinance in particular which furnishes a shining ex ample of the case we have just stated It is the ordinance for bidding the keeping of hogs in townjlimits This law was rigid ly enforced at the begining and many a poor residentJio whom the raising and fattening of a few pigs meant much was forced to de spense with this sorce of income at a great sacrIfice in order that the law might observed Recently however the ordinance has been ignored Indeed it has become the popular thing to cultivate1 bogs In almost every back yard especially among the well to do residents may be observed the odorifierous hog pen As the warm summer days tome on some of these places will doubtless be heard froiriN Without goirjg into the merits of the hog law It may be a good thing and iit may not but on thing we desire to say and that applies to all laws and and thats that the law should be enforced solong as it is a law If for any reason it is not considered desirable law it should be repealed There is no use in allowing good citizens no drift into thehabit of law breaking It may pet them into serious Iroubl some day a ANOTHER LW Another AAla about whichwe desire to make a few observations while we are on the subject is the dog law This fow as passed by the Springfield City Council was an unjust and oonoxious oqe inthe first place as it placed an eorii tant tax on dogs It iisT ifiade lmore of a nuisance now because it is noi enforced A few honest dog owners have come forward and paid their dog taxi but the town is fiillof untaxpaid dog and this tax fred class of dogs includes many Avbrthless curs which cause about all of thE troubles laid at the the door OJ the dog family The time iit coming around for another payday on dog taxes and we hOPE the City Council will repeal tIlE dog tax entirely or reduce it Whatever is done the law should be4 made to apply to all dogs alike It T AD EXAMPLE The success pof the Society of Equitv ill organizing the growers and forcing the trust to pay higher prices is often refered to by the promoters of the same movement ainong the growers of the Bur ley district It may be well enough to emulate those Westeri Kentucky growers so far as forming an organization goes but they have gone much too far in their zeal and have setf an example which if followed will certainly lead to disdstrious re suits The papers recently contain accounts of many lawless acts committed against those to bacco growers who refuse to join any society and to popl then product Tobacco plant beds have been destroyed and barns burned by unknown raiders The fact that independent or non association growers were in eyery case the victims of these outrages has led to the con lu sion tnat the depreciations were made by members of the Society The Couiier JIedi tonal comment on the situation says This means that unless there is an active effort to ar raign night riders in court a state of civil war will exist among the planters If the night riders feel secure from interruption by the authorities there is no reason why they should hesitate at adding murder to arson and plant bed destruc tion and as the man on the offensiveis al w ays at an ad vantage unJer the cover of darkness thjere is no reason to expec that in clashes between nonassocia tion planters and night riders the former would always be able to meet out poetic justice to the latter The disadvantages of shotgun rule are many and manifest fi local goverment that permits outlawry to continue until citizens preyed upon are forced to defend themselves by a resort to arms encourages mur der4 PDeuiflODia5 rtaly Wori had so serious affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Con nor of Rural Route 1 George town Tenn that I coughed night and day and the neighbors prediction nsumptionsEem- ed inevitable until mv husband brought home a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only REAL cough cure and res torer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly failyou may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real cure guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggist 50c and Trial bottle free A Temperance Drug Store They have q sure enough tern perance drug store In Kansas An ardent teetotaler in Jewel county twenty years ago named his baby daughter Temperance Miss Temperance the other daj married a druggist Arpong thE favorite arugs of the Kansaa h Alcohol If it be cold he need it to warm him up If warm ht requires it to keep his tempera ture normal For flea bite beE sting or dog bite whisky is alsc- a favorite Kansas remedy ii the night be dark and the way long the Kansanjoves to call oi his pharmacist fora phial tc cheer him on the roadside If iil were not in factS for the drug gist of what use or profit th ubiquitous Kansas dorkscrew There are just three sacret things in Kausas the family Bible the prohibition law am the corkscrew That drugrgisfc who has jus t captured the young woman named Temperance believes rn keeping his business fences solid A wife named Temperance were a tower of strength fo any busi ness but to tbe druggist in Kansas a spouse of that name is simply invaluable Cannot eyery purchaser oC fire water in that whole vicinity declare that he bought his fayorite brand fI pizen at the Temperance drug stere Carrie Nation her self would spare the shade tree in iront of that Jewell countv pharmacy Ldnisville Herald Pal Business Aw When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world ou account of indigestion nervousness and gehei debilir ty writes A A bitholm Treadwell N Y and when itr looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as gaining1daily earth Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggists 50c Wants toBet Frankfort Ky Standing be fore a court house full of enthu heretyesterday Lebus of the Burley Distric To bacc Association of the Ameri can Society of Equity offered bet Sl000 that tbe Itrustpf Kentucky So anxious was he to get this bet that added that he would give S1C to any ailtakerwhole tobacco situation in bU lengthy address During the course of bis remarks he made the declaration that unles the trust purchased the tobacco crop of 1900 and 1907 that not one single acre of buriey will be planted in 1808 ana the trust will be left to obtain its supply as best it can Over 90 per cent of the new crop is already pooled l said He t asserted that the trust would come to timeand that he success of the farmers mbvemen was assured SALESMEN WANTED Three salesmen for our new county township and railroad suryey Kentucky These surveys are a splendid compllaion of facts figures and drawings and of wonderful vahie Counties and towns are fully indexed and populations each are given railroads plainly y shown and distances between stations alsoj shown congressionel dis tricts outlined4 and numbered A splendid opportunity for energetic men RANDMcNALLY CO- Chicago IllI Klllsboro As there is nct very much- tiews this tlw week please excuse- this short lettr A very large crod from this community went to Saint Rose church Sunday tiMr Ed Settles lost a very finis mare lasts week from a broken Jog Albert Hines was in Spring field Monday on business Mr A L Litsey Igist two very- finemilk co AS last veekV Mr John Perkins when re turning home from Springfield Saturday his horse became frightened and ran away and tore the buggy upIMf iW Jerkin spent Sunday t with his son Ed Settles Mattie Set les spent Friday and Saturday with MrsEflie Bines IThe little son of MrsTom Baker who has had severe at tack of meusels isablhto be Out again A S Hines and 1 A Coulter have the finest tobacco plants of this comfeuoity v Good JndID8nl is the essentialchoracteriticof mea andwoman Invaluable to good busi ness men ced necessaty to housqwives A woman shows good judgment when she buys Whites Cream Vermifuge fsr her baby The bust worm medi cine ever offered to mothers Many indeed arethe sensible mothers whiV write expressing their gratitude fort the good health of their children1- liich chey owe to lhctuse of Whites Cream Vermifoce SoINbythe Red dross Drug Store Big Damage Suit Filed Ionr of the largest damage jits that have been filed in the Marion circuit c urtr for many ontlis were tiled yesterday af ernodn by attorney S M Pey ton of Elizabethtown Two of hem are thevresult of the Hvrecjj on the Louisville N shvflTO Jailroad at Seventh and Hill ireets in Louisville last May and tworesult from the explos J- 1on ot dynamite irf a car at Jellico it Sa ember The suits were as follows Amalie Spiess aJmrx of Chit- sptesg against the Louisvijle Nashville Railroad Company for r80000 damage on account Qf the death of Chas Spiels her husband in the Lpuisvilla wreck last May Rosie Spiess by her next friend Proctor K McElro suas the Louisvill NdshviUeRail road for 20000 damages on account of injuries received in theE Louisville wreck She bad her light limb broken it is allegedi- nto places right arm and right baud broken is partially para y zed and will liaye tQ go on crutches the rest of her life Mrs Amelia Spiess also sues the same company for 3000 for loss of services of her dauglyer t r This is a Cut of IIISAYERSI A SCOVILLS JJBI1 B as do F YOUNG MENS BUGGY I which has no superior on the market handle other styles of the cel bratedI IIalso Scoville Buggies which have a llIIfor strictly high class vehicles a John Lily Bareretto Haydon Barber LSucessor 1J from theageof 14 to 21 the girl having been rendered a cripple in the wreck Wallace Card well admr of Walter HRogers brought suit against the Louis Jle Nashville Railroad and the Southern Ril way Company for 30000 damages Rogers was killed in the explosion of tthe car of dyna mite at Jellicb which is alleged was the result of carl ssness on tho part of tile two railroads inii handling the cur Mr Card well as admr of George Koch r sues the saW companies for 00OPO Koch was killed in the same explosion The suits will ba called for trial at the omiog April term of couit Lebanon Enterprise 1t Blitcnliyaa Sufce Through blood poisoning caused by aspider bite John Washington of Bosqueville Tex would have lost bis Jos which becime a mass of running sores had he not been persuaded to try Bucklens Arnica Salve Ho writes The first application olievecliCnd four boxes Tiealea all the sofe Heals every sore 25c at Haydon Robertsons 1mg store t REPORT OF THEC DJfION- FIRST OP THE NATIONAL mllOF SgRINOFJEL- DAtSpringQeldj In the State of Ken tucky at the close of business March 22 1007 No 1767 P UEOJs Loans and Discounts 24333023 yerdrafts secured and qri secured Z 902372 U SDondBlt 1 cirr culation sooocroo e tanking house farniturfi tandDup from National banks g8DUebankers 78514 Due from approved reserved agents 1118228 Notes of other National banks 43800tFractional paper currency nloklei and eot 3oJilLA- WFUL3IONEY RESERVE IN wBANKSpecie S 94965 egalfr der notes 570000loC4905 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 percent of S circulation 250000 t ATotalLXAe Capital si ck paid In5000000sSurplus fund 2750000 Undivided profits less ez pailNationnl 638873 t T standing 15 5000O00 i DdeJLoother National banks 762591 Dqelto State Banks and flankers 319780 individual dtoTime certificates of deposit 32Q5871 Notes and bills redis counted 369L73 tills payable including cer tificates of deposit for money borrowed 5988 16 Heseryed for taxes 70199 Liabilities other than those t above statedr 1100000 La Total 33989309 STATS OF KENT Tcot1 Tr or WtsutIKOTOX sa 1 A C McElroj Cashier of the above nuuicd hank do Solemnly swear that the nbovo statement is truo to the best of my knowledge nndbollef IIA C JIcElrpVi Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st jay of April 1907 C M McCnOKD Notary Publipc ConnKCT Attust JOHN AV IjKWIS nHT S lIYEll 4c Be WHO of OinWisfor Catarrt tliat no ConiaiDS larcery mprcury will sareiy distroy the sense of smell and completely de ranjje the whole system when enter hag it through the mucous surfaces sunh articles should never be used dxccpl on prescription from reputable physiolaus as the danidge they will ten fold to the good you can I pcssiblv derive from them Halls manufactured by F J tlOhenevnom rury audis taken internally acting directly Upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buythsr Halls Catrrrh Cure be sure you jet the genuine It is taken inpternally made in Toledo Q byEl J Chenoy po Tcstimonals free Sold by drugffistf Ppice 75c per beetle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Bootleggers Capturedv d Ira Sneed and Joe Tilford both cqlored were arrested Friday night for bringing liquor i hadilearned that the two men bad diif the liquor Chief Smith a dit Pnlicemdnli Banta tatione thenselves on the pike and cap tured them as they cams back f They had aj Uon jug full and RI1Off ttjlll1 L r ij i 4i H eJiZJ pectJ 1 YOUR TI Stomachf z IVE it food that will not irritate or G rlfi away agreeable and comforting No single ingredient contributes foil largely toward wholesome nouiifhing agreeable food as Royall Baking PoWdcrf Royal Baking Powders active ingrc dient Grape Cream of Tartar iithcJ most healthful pf the fruit products rmakesj r tnQteap tizing and a friend to thc stomach and good health r Si imitationi Bakiig paprsCt The use of alum and salts of alurnliwi Io food should be PROHIBITED TIe cott stant use of alum compounds exerts ideleterious effect updn the digestive f organs and an irritation of the inttroal J organs absorption EDWARD S WOdDiJLi PrfourChiuiltryftarvard Medical SHel 40VAL LIKING YOM l ttirpe quartsin another jug laird and dozen bottles of beer Sneed dmitted that the gallon belong ed to him and Tilfcrd said ttiat only one of the ctuarts in the other jug belonged to him and hat Saeed must have put tw- owJfiJbc qPtt t J as in the stable hitching lip Each denied ownership of the beer Tilfoid was fined50 need was tried Tuesday ahd irned loose Attorneys Van rsdall arid Corn who defended him showed recent decision of the Court of Appeals that a per on could bring ay amouutof 15uor into a local option terri toy provided it wasnt brought tbat1Ibrought Tilfdrd who tad served three ays was tthen released Har rodsburg Herald Eggs For Hatching From select pens of White Elymouth Rock Brown Leghorn nd White Wyandotte My birds were premium winner at the Fairs last year E4gs 75 Cents for 15 A C KIMBALl I ll2m Springfield Ky What is it that tasts as pleasant as appi sugar und quickly releayes and colds Mothers who have used it will quickly answerXen edys Laxative Cough Syrup The pleasant cold remedy that ezyels the old thpough its laxrtive actiou ou the bowels Confyrmstrictly to the Pure Food and Drugs TBaw Codtains opiater Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore Weddihg in Louisville Miss Kate Nichplls Settles of Maud and Mr William Burton Flaugher vof Bloomfield were marjied in Louimillc to day at residence of the brides sis ter Mrs C B Porter The bride is very popular and attractive young lady and is the of Mr RF Settles a IprominentPlaugher t an ehterpr lng voung farmer of the Bloomfield neighborhood anda son of Mr W jt Fbugher a prosperous farmer of the same community TheYonng people will beat home to their friends at the resi ence of the groom nfters short stay in Louisvilte Standard This eeV and next the Red CrOfS Drug Store will give guarantee to refund the moitj Mi 0 na stomach tahjett isil- Q cure Dont suffer any ore with indigestion DypOiuuete wIIat k r i il I SU S I 1 1r 1 tt Jjf J am he he all curo aad t ii antidyspeptic lJIof after It iViMlM J a a daushter a Tcbcco Graiy i UH 4 T FroaHpzsLthe Bwrley tobacco belt corns the same report Farmera are tobscco crazy and will jplant an focreaM o 1ltHiI U th rowr WtlMir MW iV Itime and chaage th ir coir accordinglY for the firM time in years T7e may look for an STer production Hotwith tendiBf the high prices paid recently prices are now oils ortWoc t off and the outlook for 1907 from the growers itadgomt can not be said to be reafcmriif The Burley tobacco bfanc of the American Society of Equity combined with the short crop of 1906has contributed to iwre e tbe average price paid foe Bur ley so far this year The farm ers organization in the GrIM River and Dark tobacco belts have also had their effect 1KlJ the pooling movemeat all arouwl Jt7is being accredited a moceM even by those who were jaoet sirenuQus opponents tfittif in crease acreage the cry m th rural districts all log the line iit will not be Rurprismjc to led when the 1907 crop illharviiMtd and ontbUlarke1 that it has been a bumper jteld While the outlook froM the growers standpoint Bay nOt be a bcight one manufacturers may rtew the situation with w MMli wttis faction A large tolccd crop will be the thimgtteeel i happen for tbXnwttipresent prevlirg 4high pricsiii especially for B icUjr tobs ct manufacturers are fiftdiag it p t difficult matter tfi sell tb 4rpro ducts at the old rates ad still secare for the seljre4f aifftkif like a reaeonable prot A bcmper crop will reduce Iphjaeco prices quicker and nocijHteefiu lIally than wtbig eta ooW possibly do andyil this g w er naaj be a heavy loeec ttor manufacturer woa1cl1bf la a position tor prN ii lthelOQiM be hd snbi i rpreMnt eoeditosWeT- obaccojaurasl t fty TleJKtot mil iW 11lJWorKThe ricimt awtm not have kte k ropi N0t 0 lI cwiUtMiu ILkitn- ot topet tlMiit 1 qtfMM tIQltyIXIdSYtht II liUnHi at tke 5rstsitRotdaSsrtes7mtm wiiil dIp1r aad jourbt wIbs goe4ak aagti ika- tb4as s Ot1Z Ossi Iwaa l 1i 17 wrlrhI btiS 4IS77Cnr- eadtske nIriaJtilI1a =iit = whti st1j cyhafeoetJ life SoM by la Red Czosi Drug Stow r THE NEWSLIADER puirai TTTtfIJAY f4st AYNAN ADVANCE i jfSPRIHGFIELDKY j 4 lTL L DAVISON J Jr 1 x Local or bunesa notices 10 CMta pel sek b qment Insertion cL1 tacacllclat aBlilpol1Uc1aUe SJob werk Is doi at 10wrMs bat casb v s a btHldoDdelhrciyrffFfcdB vAnT rttotareo tr aIde H liberal OMtaariec sia resolutions of respect I aUperliac iJfltOOXflLiWfI ttrat I 25 Itrletllees ICOOf t 41NtRDAYAPR1L41SO7 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J Rocera Gore of Sprinfffield a candi date for State Senator from the Fif teenth Senatorial District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties ubject to the action of the Democratic party We call attention this week to Rogiers Gore who ts a candidate for the office of State Senator from thTs Senatorial district composed fof the counties of Washington Marion and Taylor By a tactic understanding between the conn ties Washington county is pet mitted to furnish the Senator Sr tbis tilne and there wili probably be BO andidate from either of the other counties The Wash ing county committee has as yet called no nyedtion nor primary I and the only other candidate to tl goffer for the nomination bsides Mp Gore is Mr UoP Boslej and we understand that he hai withdrawn after submitting hi- stcJafms to the committee who were asked to express a choice as between him and Mr Gore I Weare not informed asto whatp action the committee will take to ttallow the voters an opportunity bf making a nomination i iAsensation was created inNew4 publicaIition of a letter written in D cem ber 1905 by E H Harriman to- 1a friend in New York in which it is charged that in retut n for4 the proposed appointment bj the Presidentof Senator Depew as Ambassador to France he l Hkrriman raised200000 which I was contributed to the Repnbli 1iII can campaign fund ct New York State The President immedi lately issued a denial that he bad ever asked Harriman direct 1Ipr indirectly for any contributi I J t ion and at the same time gave but copies of correspondence r bearing on the subject between j himself and Representative Sherman of New York Notoriety seekers should learn that that they will gt the worst of it everytime when they rub our strenuous President the wrong f way At the instance of Attorney EJloyd Byrd the cases againstthe Hirgise and Callahan charged f with the murder of James Cock iill have been set for trial on t i DO YOU GET UP 4 WITH A 3VA1C DACE KMsey Trwhlc Makes You Miserable SAlmost everybody who reads the news t papers is sure to know of the wonderful made by lir IJcuresJ Swamp Root the great kidney liver and blad der remedy tliegreatinedical nineteenth century ll discoveredafteryeara s of scientific research by Dr Kilmer thep eminent kidney and- bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back uric acid catarrh of the bladder and iBrights Diseas which is the worst t form of kidney trouble Dr JKilmers AwaaipReot is not tee onuieHcLed for everything but if you have ladney liver or bladder trouble it will frc t foand jmstthe remedy you need It has 1t been tested in so many ways in hospita- lSI t work and in private practice and has J proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have- sample4ping mbrt about SwampRoot and how io- fiadeutifyottbavekidaey= bladder trot bit WJi wri4inmentiesi reading this tI01crjH thispaper asd8Q Our aclckatoDcXi1met1lllflli dollar the bottks are e ws1iit soldbyal1gooddruggists Dontnkeaay MNUke bet remember the iuune Shraa hRect DrKflaters Swampltootj iSwLtlMi adrtM Biitgbamtdii N Y every liett1ec ouJ w May 7 at Lexington Tjiw was done iit is said to keep the cases on thedocket for the April term in the event that there should be any postponement of the tralat Sandy Hook Frederick A Busse Republi can was elected Mayor of Chi go by a plurality of about 13000 over Edward F Dunne the Democratic In umbent The traction ordinances which were opposed by Mayor Dunne were adopted by a majority of more thanSOOOO Three men iere killed and one oman was fatally wounded in a knife and pistol light at an Ital ian Jabor camp near Ashland Ky Sunday night The trouble was caused DY a large quantity of liquor being brought to the camp and consumed GIrd Hemurrhaics of IhB milks Sdveral years since my luugs were so badly affected that 1 had many hemorrhages writes A M Ake of Wood Ind I took treat ment with several physicians with out any benefit I then started to take Folets Honey and Tar and my longs are now as sound as a bullet I recommend it in advanced stages of lung1 trouble Foleys Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results froma cold Refuse substitutes Sold py the Red Cross Drug Sto- reMOOSVILLE We are having a little cold weather at present but this is Easter you knJwIClifton Taylor has pneumonia Mr Jas Moran Jr of Valley Hill we are sorry to report is quite ill of typhoid fever We hope he may soon recover He was recently appointed depot agent at Valley Hill for the L Nso dame rumor says Mr Chas Shehan ana Miss Maggie Smith attended quarterly meeting atMt Zibn last Sunday Mr Bert Flaugher ff Bloom field and Miss Katie Settre of Maud were married in Louis yille last Thursday abd have re turned to Maud where it is said be will operate a grist mill We wish them much success There will be services at New Hope church Sunday April 7th at which time a Sunday School will be organized Everybody is invited to come J A Bishop and Richard Boblit of Springfield csere in our midst last Saturday- Mr John lo Weekly was in BarJstown last Saturday on a business trip Mrs Mary Rose Jury of Springfield has removed to the Mat Truax place near here Owen and John Ellis B M Cull and Ed Sweeny were in the Woodlawn vjcini y last Sunday to see their best girls Several who expected to plant corn this week have postponed for awhile i The fruit is farther advanced than common and we lear it will all be killed yet They say if k does not rain on Easter Monday to sell your hogs id there will be no corn raisecfLl You all know what it did that day now lookout for the result Several of our neighbors took in the exposition at Louisville the past two weeks All return ed home much pleased with their trip Lee Hardin of this place sold to Mr Boulware of Springfield a brown gelding for 135 Miss Nancy Shehan who s at tending school at Bardstown spent Easter with Dr Shehan and vrife at Maud t Measles are reported in the Midway neighborhood Owen and John Ellis aiylEd SprlgfieldSaturday Mr Will Simms and MissEm- ma Wells were married at Ta byRevchurch They repaired to the home of Mr Ed Yocum Sunday night where they remained several days and have returned to their home at Tatbam As jVIr Jas Montgomery was returning from Woodlawn last Sunday night his horsa a colt he was driving ran away with him upsetting his buggy and cum bruisingHimJ his bruises will not proye to be serious Mr Dickinson manager bf the telephone in this county was at our exchange last Monday When you need a pill take a pilj arid be sure its an Early J iser De Witts Little Eayly Risers are safe sure satisfactory pills The pills with a rep taticn They onot gripe or sicken They are sold hre by the Red Cross Drug Store PbBASANT GfJOYB Mr and Mrs NP Thomp son went a few days in Louis yule last week Mr and Mrs Frank Martin were here Sunday to attend the funeral tJf the little soi ol fr1 Robert Thompson Mrs Garland Thompson is tha pleasant guest of Mrs Nat Thompson this week- The little son of Mrs Emma Baker is some better at this writing Miss Fanny Litsey made a flying trip fo Springfield one daylast week- Death visited the home of Mr and1tookvedjfatherTha farmers have some good groundisMr Stith Thompson was the guest of Mr Nat Thompson SundavIMr Stevy Thompson has moved in his new house near Kellys shop News is very scarce this week I hope towrite more the next time Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or iul of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease tale Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express SI per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm CO Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails 9lyr Good for everything a salve is used for aud especially recommended for Piles That is what we say about DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve That is what 26 years of Is age has proven Get the orig ional Sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store PuIIiam Mr Will Hill an aged and res pected cittzen of the Brush Grove neighborhood died on March 28 He was aboutt 75 years of age and he leaves a wife and six children to mourn his death Remains were inter ed in Brush Grove cemetery Born to the W feof W N Reynolds a boy iBorn of Speed Fhirley a boy Mr John Durr is confined to his bed withjneasles Ezra Hale visited bis grand father Mr Ed Masjjers at Card well last Saturdayand Sunday Mrs Merel Pinkston and dnu ghter Mrs Ed Foster spent Tuesday with Mrs Ed Mitchell at AntiochOne neighbors who WP endeavored to get into the A S- ofE and tobacco pool was in Louisville with his tobacco a week otso ago He said he asked the proprietor of tbe Picket Tobacco Warehouse about this Society of Equity the answer was like that from frcm all the men of knowledge He said My friend its the yery thing for the farmers and if you farmers let it go under yen are done with forever and the priceof your tobacco will go back to the five ana six cents basis Now this old proprie torhqs influence too for our neighbor is a friend to Equity now and saide cmjld count on his tobacco for the i obi So loes every man have influence and my brothers in Equity it is your duty to use all your influence let your light shine If I understand Equity it is a broad sim ple plan for the farmers finSn cial salvation and if we full fill its coraandraents victory iis ours Keep up the fight brother Our local of the A Sx of E met at their meetimr place at atPulliam in their huH We had au interesting meeting and elected a committee of three men to visit every man in our community whois not a n e nber of the A S of E and use every means to get them tto pool their tobacco and also to give our members who have not paid in1 in their dues a general curymg down as we have about 6 who have not paid npe have about 69 acres of the 1907 crop tobacco pooltd at our local We meet every two weeKS ana would be glad to have other locals visit as Stomacli and LiTer Tronlile GuILd Orino Lazative Fruit Syrup cures stomach and live trouble as it aidd digestion any stitiuiatss the liver aud bowels without irricatinff these orgtuis like pills aud ordiuary cathartics It cures mdigestic n and sick eeadacee and chronic constipation Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to taite Refuse substitu tes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Tfltlmm Springs MissMwriting Mr Roy Walls and Robert Coultpr Austin Coulter and Mr Eee Harlow visited Mr Rosco Coulter last Sunday Mrs Nanie Hardin is very ill The measles is epidemic here Mr Billie Coulter sold eieht barrels of coru last week to Mr GeorgeArmstrong ffJ Mr Will Sims and Miss Emma t SundayltBrof l wishlliemMr Storl Hun ata bought aJ mare for 100I 1 vIjV1r J P Johnson is getting lot of trading to do now Mr John Perkins horse rau away last Saturday Mr Per kins had narrow escape of his life Use Kenneds Laxative Cough syrup children like its pleasant taste and mothers give it heartily endorsement Contains no opiates bpt drives out the cold through the bowels Made in41itrict oftiformaty tb Pure Food and Drugs Law Red ommended and soM by The Rsd Cross Drug Store Stomach dosing does not Cure qatarrh Breathe Hyomei and the medication reches every spot where the catarrh Igerms are present The Red Cross Drug Store sell on a guarantee- Letter List List of letters remaining un called forin the Springfield TC P Owe2k ending Aprill 4 1907 Mrs Mary Gali er Master John Hanley Miss Mattie Lanhara Sam Kidwell Mrs Lou Linton James Nace Mrs F H Moor Amanda Thompson MrS Lillie Spalding Steve Sparrow Mrs E C Walker Persons coning ror theseletters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters pM IlePaicGrfEialtt The price pf health in a ma larious district is just 25 cents the cst of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slay ton of Nol nd Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part new life and vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggists Notice For the next 00 days we will wire houses for electric lighting- purposesat theactual cost of material and lahnr Avoid thu danger uf the C at oil lamp ex explosions having electricoby lights installed in your house Springfield Water Ele6tric Light Co Why have a tortid liver when Herblne the only liver regulator will help you There is no reason why you shcul suffer from Dyssepsia Constipation Chills and Fever or any liver corn plsints when Herbine will cure you Fd Waite Westville Fla writes Iwaa sick for a month with chills and fever and after taking two bot ties of Herblne am well and healthy Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store THE TEXAS WONDER Curesall Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky espi monial FOR SALE A good bladi mare asow and 7 pigs and 5 shoats M Reed r fd No 1 Springfield Ky tj tt D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so badly discari ed with Cholera that I did not think mddical aid could possibly save them I gave them Burbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cutcd them without a single Io88 It is the only remedy I have ever used that would cure hog cholera Sold arid gurautccd by Haydon Robertson Springfield Ky Not In An unnl The city of St Louis Is not In nrij county It is nil Indopondciit munici polity equipped with all tilt machinery of county and city government It has Its own circuit hm criminal courts Its own pnind Jurj Jnll etc The cir cult attorney Is Hit irosi ctithi olllcer of St Louis TntM 187G St Louis ujis the county soiit of Stt Louis oomiti but In that yinir till tHy was e lUll Jfy supnnititl from the Ciuiuty so thin It is now ns iiidvpcMidunt subdivision OJ tilt state ClHvtoii ii few miles west of the eityis how th eourthouMu towr of St Louis county St Louis ItepuiV lie I The Jersey The Jersey cow Is n small nnlrnnL and theroforc her mniutcunnro rntiou Is small white n rel tlvel5 large pml of her rood goes to profit Slits is persistent milker often a perpetual milker flu onlhuirily not dry snort than six or eight weeks In iryear SIu liaR an extremely long period Of uses fulness In the dairy Five yenta cover cowtTheold Many tire profitable when eighteen to twentyone years of ngeFariner Hatched Double Chicken A tiny fqwl which Is practically a flouble chicken has been hatched by a hen owned by Henry Courselle of Rut land Vt It has two separate sets of wings tour legs and a half of a scoiid body The chicken is healthy eats ray nously runs about with its mates ands growing rupldly It only uses one et of legs for locomotion j SLj- ftq f J IJ tJ CLOSE ATTENTION iJ Is what I give to all jwork as im a result I am able to GUARANTEE SATISFACTION If vou have a vatch or 1 clock to mend or wish your ELJ SIGHT CORRECTED by tiJ- iri I perfectly fitted glasses I am prepared to wait on you iJiti Jas J Graves tliJ WI J Main Street opposite Presbvterian church i1j raJ iffil W fj j 9 ti IllHB of the SnaikttThere Is scarcely an aiiiiua In nIl cr ntlbu that has not an Instinctive horror of snakes Consequently any naturally defenseless animal that Is wise and clever enough to iniitate a snake gains thereby a menus of deTensel that Is apt lo prove very valuable In case of at tack Many of the cat tribe apparently avail themselves of their powers of mimicry when face to face with an enemy by assuming the hissing spit- Ing manners of the viper There are numerous fierce animals that would not hesitate to attack a cat but would think twice before seeking an encoun ter with an angry nake The wildcat has her home In a hol low tree find her tender kittens would make a tQotl some meal for almost any prowling wild beast had their mother no way of searing oft intruders Even the boldest will hesitate before Insert- Ing nu inquiring yaw when greeted with a hiss from the angry feline who with ears lald flat against her bead her eyes glaring and her fangs eX posed looks in the darkness threaten ingly like a furious snake Chicago JCovca MESSENGER BOYS LEMON Return JJthoAOO lie Found Thfp Spurn lluiikii ReTfurd of i2 Any messenger boy in the financial district of New York will tell you how IPostal 1402 got the lemon says the New York rhinos In fact fame lists tagged him so closely since he got a two dollar rewar1 Mr returning W- IOopln cash and draftstto the Mercan tile bank a few days ago that lie has Lad his number changed to prevent easy Identification No 14C2 picked up a bank mosscngers red wallet in front of JP Morgan Cos office on a recent Saturday Inside was an en velope ijhurked with f P Morgan Cos name anti so many hundred dol Inr bills that the lAy didnt stop to count them A peep into the envelope showed a lot of drafts totaling more than 40000 Without hesitation 1402 took the wallet into Mr Morgans office It didnt belong there but the cashier easily Identified Itt as the property of the Mercantile National bank lIe ad mittod the messenger says that tin cash totaled 7000 and called up the bank in time to save the officers a lot of worry They asked him to forward the wM let and the honest messenger at once President Scbenck had not yet trans furred ills allegiance from the Mercan tile to the Liberty National bank and whoa the triumphal l procession of boy wallet anti their husky guardian In the ixteon of Morgan Cos big spe cial officer arrived the president WitS waiting with an appropriate homily on honesty anti an order on the cashier He handed me a flue lot of dope says 1462 and when he give me the paper tought t it was all to the goot When I took It to the window a little bloke with whiskers shoves out a two spot What do you tink of that for a lemon DldI take ItSy Ive got uiorcu that for fetching a curb brokers rub t bers I just trows me chest out anti says I cant do It tink you need the money Keel It and go buy yourself a shave tnotn till nCuMany Ktorfo xrc told about tlie m eftIt bird which really seums to have ren nnlng powers One story relates how a raven got a young hare for din ler It hI3Uc4L upon time little animal but the mother 1m re drove It away tHou ttw raven slowly retreated pre tfrtdlnf to xtrM until lflecoye l thc Iwre a vonHidunilVlo dl8nf upon It rose In tilt air hew buck Ai ly and bore away the yon Imre similar plahi was adopted by some ra vdns that wished to steal food from a dog Thpy teased him until lie grow so angry that he chased them and then the artful birds turned sharply around easily roHahod the dish before him and cnrrlttlolT tile choicer bits in triumph As to the ntvcns rower of speech Impression is that It cnn talk If It thef but it is not loquacious and docs like to show off like a parrot But vlwi it docs speak It Is1 very apt to use its vords more appropriately than a parrot W r Al 5e1nas Al Selbach the lloston left fielder lists givesuis bowling Ho was an ex pert and two winters ago played jn exhibition anti match games in sunny cities from Columbus to the iPacifle roast and return As a result his arm tightened anti he Wits unable to throw well tram the outfield ntterI ward until this spring A course of treatment hiss brought his throwing wing Into form again A ProniUlnpr Pitcher The St Louis Nationals have1 found Thc bsou a good pitcher although he Ibst his first game However It was not ills fault as Bobby Wallace put his toes to two grotinderswhlch turned victory into defeat Jacbbsou lpitch cs well in time spring but does not seem to be strong enough to go the ongToutc and retain form l Lowers Swimming Retfnrd H J Handy of the Central Young Mens Christian association Chicago recently lowered the American one mile Indoor swimming mark to 20 min lUtest 13 seconds in the Central Amateur Athletic union swimming champion ship The former was ICI utes 6 30 seconds e J i 15 KILLTHc COUGH MID CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew i UFOR cONSUMPTioN Priceiw SOcSlOO Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LEs or MONEY BACK it PROSPECT This combined stallion will make tne season of 1007 at Ray view better known as theFosterRay place on the Danville pike lt miles from Lebanon Ky at 515 To insure a Living Colt Mares traded or parted with for feits insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season iis paid Mines from a distance graced at reasonable price Mares entrusted will receive our personal attention but not responsible for accidents or escapes DESCRIPIJONI Coaled 1900 15 hands 34 inches s Ia beautiful bay both rear feet white to ankle Very rangy neck fine head and ear short back fine lengthy quarter large strong bone but smooth Beautiful and attractive by halter under saddle or in harness Has been a show horse from a colt winning many premiums in harness and saddle classes through Central Kentucky and other States winning second prize in Saddle Stallion Class at Chicago 1900 His colts are fine size and with great style and finish Though young his colts are commanding high prices and his customers are highly pleased with them- PEDIOREESIre Dignity Dare No 1985 A S H R He by Chester Dare 10 he by Jllack Squirrel 58 Dam Dora Dean No 2740 2d dam by Joe Abdallah 3d dam by Sumpter Denmark Jr 4th dam by Black Hawk Morgan 5th dam by Oliver he by Waggenerdam of Dignity Dare by Welchmont 0367 A T H R he by William Welch He by Rysdyks TIarabletonian 2d dam by Alxlallah Messenger W dam by Gills Vermont REMARKS 7 We take pleasure in offering the services of this fine yoang stallion to the breeders of Marion and adjbining counties believing he is a stallion that will produce i class of horses that is nowso much sought by the Eastern trade at the most remunera tive prices to the breeder We ask thaUjon inspect him before hooking y9ur mares C TI BQHON fcmt Lebanon Ky Kodol for Dyspepsia cle tb stomach and makes the breath as Bweet as a rose Kodol is sold by bruggists oria rurantee relics nIna It Conforms strictly to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold byu the Red Cross Drug Store Commissioners Sale t Fannke Mathews et al Pins 1 Vs o Sam Lancaster et al Deft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit t lCourt rendered at the February term e thereof 1K7 in the above st3le cause until paid I shun proceed to otTer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 22jfl07f fdertl and 12 months the following de1 scribed property towit ft i IIringI countyICyElrojoutneI j TonyBerry aofliantiFor the purchase price the pur thchaserhbondsr EaIJdJ will be required to comply promptly with these tern M G LEACHMANlMCWC HITSCream VermifugeTHE WORM At is of REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TO Of NJCle1TIn BallardSnow Liniment Co- T LOUIe MO Sold by Red Cross Drug Store tS t L 1T j I JItI r j = Sorrel Stallion 7 years old 16 hands one inch high a large 3= handsome saddle and harness horse with size style one and finish substance and conformation Tins horse proveiffa successful show horse last summer by winning 14 ties oiit sbowsF rj EEHJs colts won first and second ties oVer all competitors j iJlIJIf the Blue Gras Circuit Not one of his threeseasona of colts have over been de v V = fated by afcolt sired by a Washington county horse = Eight of his colts of last season so dat weanjngs from = S100 to 150 the highesti price rot of colts eversol at same age by any horse sn ned or farmed in the county = t Chestnut Dare was sired by Chester Dare 10 1st dam v 1byBrinkrs Dren roil r 5 J 5 on1ythe 3 Kentucky and Chetnut Dare Is a Worthy srn of a great sire I wish tto st4te that recently I was offered twice as much 5 money for him as any stallion ln the county ever sold for and three times as much as bas been paid for a saddle ot = harness stallion brought into the county so I askthe owners J= pingthis= 8019 j It by any CHESTNUT DARE will make the season at my place near Litsey at 4 id 20 To Insure a Living Colt 1 = is I still have my saddle horse Lexington Prince afidthe5t same Jacks and stand them at same price I did last year Jf viz The horse at 10 and Jacks atSlO and 8 Jt BB LEACHMAN 3 iIiItI- 2 6OOO ooGc9c 0OKXXXXXyo ti OOCKX- f JL We Have Been Busy A With Our 0 i NEW SPRING STtfCEl g 6f Dry Goods Shoes Dress Goods and CIothinII We now have our stock Q which consists of new and goods ji fremiiComplete ini q Every Department c andwe cordially invite everybody Q to give us a call whether you are yt prepared to buy or not p 4Our Goode and Prices will bear inspection I IH Ig Q O GRUNDV M iNTIRB Q 0 c OOOOOCKHKXXX oo6ocxeocoGe = i i RED BIRDS Foaled 1890 15 hands 3 inches Sired by Cabells Joe Brown i95 he by Cabells Lexington 1st darn Lizzie Griffin by Bailey Dexter he by Cabells Lexington second dam Dolly by Eiasc horse There is no better breed than CJabells Lexington and Red Bird himself is as fine a breeder as there is in the State Rfed Bird will makethe season of 1907 at Fair Grounds Stable atv S20 TO IjSTSURE TLJFZING COLT Horse breeders will remember when Red BircLwas farmed and mode a season in this counter for Mr B B Leachman that he sired the best lot of colts even gotten before or since inthis coun ty I now ask the owner of good mares in this and adjoining goodiloQclthat is left iin the country It was stated here recently that a certain party was offered paidOtd or pay for a horse thatfixe his value but rather what he can do Ii p Id Sunshine A Sunshinei is achestnut stallion by the great Red Leaf foaledTI r1901 bred byNR E Goddard of Harrodsburg iow one d LPBnkprl r S15 TO INSURE A LIVING CbOJT DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE feunshine is a beautiful horse nd can step a 80 shot with grace style and action Be is the ving picture of LQrd Golden the greatest show horse that ever wore harness His breeding is superb by the great Red Leaf e champion show horse of Kentucky and the leading sire of igh class horses and teams Sunshine is a full brother to Glo Kentuckyis Adamantes by Kng Almont by Mambrino King and out of Almont th dam Rolin mare 221 e At the sameHime and place Iwill stand mrfliTeJaclc Bill Goebel 10 to Insure a Living Colt Bill Gpebel is 15 hands high and a sure foal getter He is by Big Mack he JbyGov Wood dam Bill Goebel by Reverly and rout of a Black HawK Jennett lijs Jnclc is the bestMule Ck iin the country iJin retained on alLcpltsVHntil season mdhey is paid and mone due when coW is foajecl or m ire isparted with pr bred seererS t LD BAKER t v r jt 4DR JJ1 1 BURTON 1 IDNT DENTIST1 11 t TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN 11 r r1cI11agaa Block up stairs I SPRINGFIELD KYs M Dental Work Strictl L Firstclass iJR J C MUD fbjsiciin and SnrgeoiT A Office hours 8 to 9 am v 1to2pm bft est ver A UaydonsDrugstoe- d JH Lampton M D1 fa Itorrct in Opera House 0 Office Phone No5 t Residence No 38 W FJ GR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Banks l4 SPRINGFIELD KY k J B EoBAiiDS M W FYATT RoBARDS HYATT 4Pijsiciins and surgeons Office over c W Hagans gro 11cery opposite Presbyterian churcht Dr W W Ray l PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Hay don Robert sons Drug Store Phones Office 155 f Residence 172 JQflN Y1 MAYS mm UIHECTOR bkNlICNSEOD EMBALMER jdTELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 t SPRINGFIEL1 lIT Rairoad Schedule it Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown ahd Springfield branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at 410 p mj Bardstown Junction 5 02 pm Bardstown 552 pjn- Oirrlyes at Springfield 645 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 580 a m Bardstown 617 am BBardstown Junction 705 am Arrives at Louisville 755 am SNo 43 Leaves Louisyille at 730 Bardstown Junctionamj930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown r 230 m- JBardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisvijle 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville g lroNo 91Sundays only =Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown JuuctiOD 650 pm Bards tQwn 753 p 01 arrives at Springfield 825 pm vp Ta Tobacco ShJD ers OWe wishto state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing 4 sections that we are not connect edj directly or indirectly with any Other warehouse or ware house company JYe conduct a Strictly Inde II pendent Tobacco warehousel Commission B pectfully solicit your patronage u C A BRIDGES Co Proprie Y tors Picket Tobacco Warehouser Lcuiville Ky iO8 mo 3 SHOECS 500 Pairs f Tvctbe sold at 25 cents on he foliar Sale is now on and will cpritinue until aU are sold V Can give you seme remarkable 1Lbargains Ccme early arid get Choicer v BfPnTTJATlI I 1 a O if c cE J Colvin Blacksmith and Woodworker AiWgoo and Machinery f I J t Rep irinClk Specialty fShOpaCr the Depot bridge next to Boblttt Bit Op5 Livery sStable A JNtiljWLDPKY t i w IfJTQWN i r W iiWii mwromnn Local Happenings oT Interest The Freshest and Latest g AllAboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances f j nnnnnnnnj FOR SALEI have for sale 100 to 150 barrels of corn Jim Arnold Texas Kv Mrs B L Litsey has for sale Buff Orphington and Brown Leghorn eggs at 100 for 15V FOR SALE A nice Shorthorn bull calfI John R Barber CBafred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale at 50 cents per etting of j17 Mrs Pal cner Goatley R F D No 1 Sprinfield Ky r Iefthe expert shoe 1aker is atAlifsrbld stand with the Blue- Grass Manufacturing Co pre pared to do first class repair work I Mh and Mrs Bvron Croake haue none to house keeping on Virginia Avenue in the new house recently built by Marks Green The Louis yi lie Herald daily and the NewsLeader both one year for only 2f This offer will be p3nfor a limited time only so now is the time to subscribe heavy frost and freeze of Sunday and Monday nights did great damage to the fruit Peaches plums cherries early apples aud strawberries are all badly damaged LOST On the Mpckviile and Springfield pike letwee1i Spring field and Pleasant Run bridge a cabinet photograph fa little boy Finder will please return to Jchn Collins Simms Spring geld KY Born to tvlr and Mrs Hersch el Smith in Louisville lastV Fri dayl the 29th at daughter Mrs Smith has many friends here who know her as Miss Ruby Lampton Dr Lampton is walk ing with two canes now since he is grandfather Mr Elvin Burch a farmer living near Mackville lost four valuable mares last week tram a peculiar and unknown disease A veternary surgeonof Harrods burg was called and pronounced the malady paralysis probably brought on by eating musty hay M1Julia Canter and Mr Edgar Chambers ot Louisville were married at the home of the the brides mother Mrs Kate Canter in Louisville Tuesday afternoon Miss Canter former ly lived here and is pleasantly remembered by a large circle of friendsV Marriage licenses liave been issued by county clerkV Booker since our last iissue to the follow ing William Nalley and Mis Florence Clark Dave Key and Miss Laura Camdon WillI Sims and Miss Emmie Wellsi Joe Anderson aid Miss Nora Ellen Cooksey Mr RuelE Foster surprised thetown on last Saturday even ing by rolling in from misville in an automobile which the had purchased while in tlJii city Ruelproposes to keep the roads warm in this yicinity this summer with his gasoline wagon and has already become an expert chaffleurV Rev R E C Lawson wilVbe gin a stries of lectures on the bible at the prayer meetings at the Presbyterian church The subject of the llrs lecture which will be delivered on next Thurs day night will be The bible as gpod Literature These lec tore will bje both entertaining and iinstructive and everybody is invited to attend S M Campbell reports county court day last VMPVfl4Y1flVLeba non as being very vM attendee and made the followingsales on iitte street Onu 2year old mule at 100 five 2year old mulesal t 11250 per head one mare 46 pne mare 96r one cow and calf 33 one jjack 165aIt was sial lion day on tbe street and there twas some good ones on exhibi tion Mr Coleman Stigjdia well known resident of the county was adjudged of unsoundmind at an inquest held before Judge Litsey last week and taken tj the insane asylum at Lakeland Mr Stigdl has beenregardea TOPICS nnnnRftn nnnn his life as eccentic chal but it seems that recent become disagreeble abot jhis hOme fcand iit wa fear I that hem ig h become dangerous He w- isent to a private sanitarum fa treitment about fifteen year ago and w IJefTefitted TThe regular April term of tl Washington county Fiscal cou was lipid heroon Toesday anj Wednesday The allowing o approprtqtionfor tine business was trans cted Mr J R Mayes was electe Road Supervisor for the count to succeed Mr George Clements iMr Mayes has been livinga Frankfort for a year but willre turn to this pace immediate to assume the duties of his office I Mrs Louise Saunders Mur dock who has a host of friend here where she was reared underwent a surgical operation fOI appendicitis last Sunday afternoon at Danville Mrs Mur dock had come from Breathit county where she and bei iiusarid have charge of a missio school to visit lierksister Mrs CR McDowell when shebe came violently ill and the doe tors decled that an operatic was the only hope Latest report from Mrs Murdock is thatr she is doing nicely v i j J JI NEW MILLINERY 9 VMy stock of Millinery is now complete arid I am 9 prepared to give you the J lowest possible prices on all styles of hats Come in C and see usV jvj Mr and Mrs Wash Tucker were greatly alarmed on last Friday by the sudden and serious illness of two of their children Their little daughter Gladys and son Gosby were tiken violently ill after eating some sausage Dj Lampton was Called and found the children showing g symptoms of ptomaine poisoning After several hours tbc little folks were relieved o their suffering Dr Lamptoi had just returned to town wirer he received a telephone messagE tInt his services were neede again that John the older sot of the Tuckers ha4 fallen from a grain drill and had suffered r badiy dislocated ankle All ol the Children are now doing well Sad DeathVLeR ythe bright little five year old son of Mr and itlrs Robert Thompson died on las Friday night at the home of hi parent at the Grundy OrphanagE after a lew days illness of pneu monia The little fellow had received an injury to iris side whilE at play a few daysbefore and iil is thought probably that the in jury may have brought on thE trouble which caused his death LeRoy was the second child oj Mr and Mrs Thompson and particularly bright and attractiv child His death was a sad blov to the devoted parents who havE the sympathy of the entire com munity in their sad affection The funeral tqak place at Plea ant Grove Presbyterian churc on Sunday morning THB i vv si E NEW HATS I Latest Styles Another lot of new Hats will be on display t I FRIDAY and SATURDAY All styles Tailored I4 S Readytowears and Dress IItsVt S Come in and see our stockof Hats and get our nji Prices if S MISSVKNOTTV 5 V0pp Postjoffice eVI VV lt OOOO 0u If Shooting Up The Towns John Bailey and Charlie Shew maker two young men of the i TexasV neighborhood came to town last Saturday evening and r beior starting for home pro ceeded to engage in the old game of shooling up the town Af ter dark the two young fellows started out in aV buggy and af ter driving through the streets a few times at a rapid rate ands not attracting enough attention they proceeded to turn their r artillery loose Several shots were tired yt y them astbey passed through the eastern end t of the tpwn and they made their r escape before they could be apprehended The young men shad been identified however and warrant were issued fof their arrest VShewmaker was nabbed 1by Officer Phillips on Sunday morning as he was returning from St Rose church accompa nied by youncrlady Be was releasedl on bond fpr his appearance and on Monday plead guilty and was assessed a fine of 50 by Judge Noe Officers John Grace and A C BiliJeYshomelon him but BaHey succeeded in eluding the officers and has not yojt been arrested Bailey is one qf the men who while engaged in the same game of shooting up the town about two years ago was pursued by lIar nal John Grace anda number of shots were exchanged during which the horse being driven by Officer Grace was shot and killed Reads it First IIn a business lletter to the NewsLeader Mrs Charlote Vawter formerly of this pldce has the fullowing to say I want to thank you for your dil igence in collecting the general nevjs of the county and publish ring It If J receive a half a doz en papers the first one I read isI Leader I am interested in 11the that transpires in your coun i So many of the peopl are pupilsIWith graiefulmemories of old Kentucky I remain your sub- scriberi Mrs C B Vawter Notice Having sold out my business and desiring to settle all out standing accounts before L leave t town I request all knowing themselves indebted to me to i call and settle at one I will be found for a shcrt time at my old place of business C V HAGAN TolIce ConsumersV i We have made arrangements to handle and deliver our own r1r1ice this season be ining April A convenient place on Main j street will beV secured where orders for ice in any quantity i maybe filled Springfield Water and Electri Lignt CoV 5Codoi DyspepsJa Cure Digests what yea eat E Ic4E u NOTICE 3 11 = Having bought of C W Hagan his = stock of Groceries etc will continue 11 f Vthe business at the same stand Will R I- c keep or the trade a fresh uptodate c stock of very jl1ing good to eat F COUNTY PRODUCE WANTED 11 JSquare Deal11s My Motto l cBnng me your Laundry IrepresentI = IiLebanon Laundry Ask for Fehrs 11 Malt Tonic and all kinds of soft drinksV 11 Call For What You Want 1f Very Truly Yours W P LA WRBNCB I t PERSONAL Mr Chas A Bowen of Lex ingtcn visited Miss Lula Youn r weekI of Fred home after a weeks stay with hei daughter Mrs Collie Buckman of Louisville Miss Maud Buckmao of Louisville is visiting her grandparents at Frederickstown VMrs H M ONan and Mrs IrvineAdams were in Louisville last week Mrrapd Mrs M H Jones arid Miss IJtnfa McLaughlm attend ed the Louisyille exposition last week I Miss Mayme Allen was in Louisville last week Mr Teddy Wells off Bloom geld spent last Sunday here Mr Ed McElroy after a short visit tb his parents at this place returned last week to Kansas City Ed is a Springfield boy who has made good in the West He has a responsible position in the Recorders office in Kansas City His many friends here wish him successV Mrs W K Marks was in Louisville last weekV MrJ A Bishop of Nelson county visited his sop S H Bishop here last weekV Mr M G Leaehman and his two grandsons Mit and McMakm took in the Louisville exposition last week Judge B L Litsey was in Louisville last week Mr Hugh Lee Smith spent Sunday in BardstownV Mr Rue Foster has returned home after a few days visit in LDuisvllieV II Misses Hallie Huston and Roxie Wakefield of Maud spent Friday hereVProf GeoColvin spent Friday in LouisvilleV Mr Ed Willett of Pleasant Grove was in Louisville one day last week Miss Mayme Knott has return edto school at Nazareth after a tew days with her mother here Mr CL Price and daughter Mabel were in Lebanon Tues dayIMrs JA Johnson is in Louisville thisweekV Mrs Curren and daughters Misses Minnie aEds Lillie of Lebanon were jin town Monday Miss Louise Gill has returned to Bardstown after a vista to Miss Marie BarberVMiss Myrtle Price spent the first of the week in Bardstown with Miss Gertrude Stocker Messrs Harold Hurst arid Tom Stocker spent Sunday here Mr and Mss C C McChord and daughter Miss Margaret came home Thursday after an absence of several months in Lbuisville where Mr Mc Chordmade his busmcs headquarters during thewinter They returned to Louifyille Tuesday Mr and Mrs I ran Rogers vof Lebanon speat Saturday and Sunday withMr and Mrs Fred HaganVJohn Spalding and sistor IlfrJennie of Bardstown yisi ted Missqs Sara and Annie SimmB the firstof the weeIt Mr W O McCarty spent a ffew days iii Louisville last week Miss Emma Leachman of JLouisville who has been visiting friends here the past week xe turned home Tuesday1V Mrs Fannie Darbof Cam pbellsville has returned home after a weeks visit to her son Mr RicharcZDurliaiV Mrs George D Robertson was Idayof the post Lenten functions of- tthe seaioo given The favors Advance Showing of The Palmer Garment I FOR SPRING AND SUMMER ATTHE BIG STOREVWe have the exclusive sale or this justly celebrated make of Ljidiec and Misses Suits and Coats The styles are in accordance with the latest dictate of Fashion The Fabrics are especially selected The workmanship isthoro ghV We Want everyone to see our large stockof I Readv4o Wear Garments I IOf all kinds You will find here some special good things in Ladies White Lawk Shirt Waists from SOc to 5 each Silk Shirt Waists 29 to 6 Sateen Petticoats l-98c up Silk Petticoats 5 up Full stock of Ladies Muslin Underwear Kiroooas Wrappers and Dressing SacquesVVWe are showing the newest Lasts i- nLacliesShoes and Oxfords r I We are anxious to Show You Favor us with a calL I The ROBERTS N CLAYROOKE CO CI I I H B4ust Received New Dress Goods Silks andd Trimming Its Worth traveling a lJong distance to have your teeth extracted Without Pain or Danger All work guaranteed It LIG CRUME DV9 t it IfBardstown KyVIf If 3 3 333 were little downy chickens The prizes were a burntwoqd love box and a decorated cbina cake plate The latter was won bj Mrs Oscar Walker as the club trophy Mrs G C Whartp won the visitors prize the burnt wood glove box Delicious re freshments consisting of sherbet chocolate and cake were served Mrs Matt C Mayes was called Il to Wilmore by the death of her father Mr Thomas travel and returned yesterday Mis RVE C Lawson who has been ill with la grippe is im prpviBg Mrs Georgia Moss is viitinj her sister Mrs Huggins in Louisville rIMiss Myrtle Martin is with Mrs Williams again tbs season as trimmer and asks her friends to come In and 8ee her Mrs J D Turner of Lexing ton is Visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 4R Clay brQake Mrs Finley Scruggs has re turotd home after speLding two weeks with Mrs C R McDowell Mr George Medley returned to Oweqsbofo Tuesday after a wefts visit with bis family Mr Howard Missis at Grab Orchard Mr Wathen Sums his accept ed a position with Grundy Mclntire us salesmanV LtWhartonjwere Mrs William Mayes aud daughter Miss Wilhtta will leave for their home at Colum bla S C next Monday alter spending several weeks here Clothes Cleaned I can clean and press that oid suit of yours and make it look as good asnewPrices reasonable tTXTTre w DeWltts 1Sffi saitr w V- VVLWV r II FACTORY PIANO SALE Grip en1Ilen Piano Co VINCORPORATED 4th Ave Opposite Postofffce LOUISVILLE KY u All New Pianos S250 PIANOS 00only 0e0eonlyV this 8400 PIANOS saleViw wonly All Others Equally Low r AilAre6 Bargains for 44 1 7SOV 19500 38750 rtGrand18750 Organ 11 18 26 We started our great Factory Piano Sale over two weeks ago with over 150 all was sold in two days but on account of freights we were obliged to discontiniie it Now our pianos have arrived and on I Monday March 18th f we will once more offer the bargains that sold 150 pianos in two daysTHINKOFI1 tV New At The MarW Wky 48V atone tune almostVlbecause we purchased cars PIANOS and will be sold in a few days SHEET MUSIC FREE V Every lady caller will receive a copy of 50 or 60 centsr SheetMusic Free VVV-25 COPIES FREEiI fop any person sending names of persons contemp4a l ting the purchase of a piano when we receive the list we at once will send you two copies and when selling any 1person a Piano we send you 25 copies Try sendingin a few names CRIPPENALLEN PIANO CO 4th Avenue Opp Postiflke XY The Weekly CourierJournal on a boom Its circulation has grown wonderfally in the past few mouths deservedly No better paper is published any where than the weekly Courier journal Henry Wattersons editorials are all printed J a the WeeklyVf C Flowers and t I will be in Springfield III usual with Flowers and Plants this spring Data later GEQJR MATTINGLY A Piano UprightV 8750VVV Starr Kurtzman Steinway Conc 4 Pianos great High Grade Pianos Prices Above all i ViNVVV us VV LQUBfltLE is Plant I f 4THE l t BlueGrass NtrseiiesL 2 UNGk n Offer for tit Spdt ifflarge line of Brit and OJTM mentl T I 1vijriGrspe tinsAsrais i Rhubrb and Fni We have 3iisss 12vw berry wi a ck4aM Oft appliCSUOft t II F Hillenmeyorr iSJls J I v- JJ Upper Ten Poker Games Must Jl Abolished I S t v v T r T In iI15tt zpting the grand jury at Gree isburgf where he is now hoidinf a tim of court Judge I tt fhurfian s1d- Get1ement an offense to S which Iaespec ally call your at tention Iis gambling among the bh r classes I dont know ix TjvBetiMjr you have the gentleman 1 poker players in Greensburg or if not but many towns have them I If there be let thenegro and the crap go for this time and look h after these poker players More yoiung men have been ruined S by these upper class private r jaolcer rooms than io almost anvthiiBg else Young men who frequent these places either be cooie so infatuated wjth it or 4lsetheman at the head of it gets i of them that theyChq remade lto misappropriate the money of their employer forge ctiecksand commit other crimes j 0Vo jet money to gamble on In some instances they become the become they become the masters 4 of the young men causing them iIoto do things by which to raise rabney and ihen bold it overe them and in that way force them io go deeper and do many dis Jjonest things until at last thereI i is no oher alternative for thet lyoung mantbut the loss of his IfhDSition and disgrace from intt Cements lot embezzlement andn iff fr3ry There are instances 1Wben to saye them from the penitentiary r ged parents have been made togive up their home nc pay the son out These are Dangerous places and if you can find proof of such a place a few t indictments may save some promising young man JJ tRest is the great restorer We ftlre our muscles by exercise and thenj rest to restore them yet a greatI inbny of us do not step tot ink how ilittlerest we give to our stomachs As o bsnal l thing no part of our bodies fiogenerilly overworked our di geBticvorgans A tired and bver wprked stomach will give signs of dUtressto wlilce we pas no heed unI til at last Dyspepsia tahep hold jlndigestion is just a warning and il vwe heed the warning we can easily lavold futhe consequences Kodol is armost thorough stomach relief It digests wliatyou eat and giveS the stomach the needed rest and greatly 0 assists in restoring to its normal i activity and usefulness Kodol is n tpold on u gurantee relief plan It is I e lsoldt here by the Red Cross Drug Store I Robbers Steal Jewelry Burglars robbed the Wolf Jewelry Company stores at 728 West Market street which i Downed by Aaron Mvers of 141 West Market street of 5400 I Wrth of jewelry early yesterday morning between 4 and 5 oclock by breaking the front window with a piece of iron Witnesses stated to the police tthat two J white men were the thi yes After breaking ia the show wijvdpw the marauders grasped six trays filled witti plated rings A one dozeu hi each tray They also took several clocks which were of little value The robe bery was reported to the and Detectives Walker and Dal are at work on the case The detectiyes seem to think that the men are old hands at the game and are confident of land ipgtbemHerald a Noiicip onr Customers 0 We are pleated to aanpunce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trbnblio is not effected by the Natloqaj Pate Food and Drug law as it contains to opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for children f and adults Sold by the Red Oros Drug store ii 11 3rtk p Mr JE eLi by following klfllf artulmy Female Troubles ec Jrrs S WII1C 1avacS ALt JU = ffe Trust- Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaustion o you should begin at opce with Ayers Sarsaparilla theIIl Sarsaparilla you have knownI all your life Your doctor knows if too Ask him about it UnleM there Ii dally action tIe bowel Twiiononiprooc orbed anti headtt iehe bIlIousness nausea prereutlnic the 5anapathla from doing Iti best work Ayfrs PUll are liter pills Act gently alt vegetable F iJCade br y a Lye OowI w Maw miauftoturtr orsfiAIR1OOLo qersTogAlWe have io teeretil Wit publis- hthetruiulsa pf all our meflletaea PLAYING CARDS l 6suliritic3 of Those Used by the Different Nations Ones of the most iiitpresttlnjc colleo zions of foreign loot that Ivel seen t fttenily4 said a man ordinarily too busy tto make the trip over the sung iilstlijts nn assortment of playin irils from various parls of the vord In every country the owner of tLe 3r eolleotlbii 1lstelan1 he went t13 a Hood laany plfkttl up canls of Incai iiannfacturc aad so representative or- he nation The UniHlnn cards ire perhaps the most elalwrate The faces of the IIiig ttiul ons are different inlCft1 suit Indioadn the racial clempiits that so fo compose the On the Greek mnlHcl1sienl heroes iid heroines are represented Nestor for exa iiple Is the king of he rt8 ami Orestes the Utiave ARnmeruiou la the lMIJlRclcs t quovn of diamonds The Greek HICk is hitler a cheap one and scarce does liQuor to the celeliritles pnr twyed Cadiz Jszt ecr for curd nianufae turinsr4 The idea of the Spanish oartt imtker soeuis to be to set as much color ou the cards as possible The rojvil robes fire of unusual magnificeiice The clubs are big bludgeons in green and rod and the knave of clubs gayly caparisoned on a prancing horse re mliTtls you Instantly of Tuck the Giant Killer The spades are ugly little dug gers and for liearts and diamonds there tire disks and dice cups IJjo cards in some of the Spanish packs url very thin and have a capital sprlhg The Madeira cards come from Lit bon The figures are wore convention all in design than on the Spanish The ire cards are adoned Vltli typical Portuguese scenes A peculiarity of tho pack bought in Constantinople Is that the ace cards In addition to the single spade dia mond club or heart in the center of each have diminutive aces at tlie upper left hand and lower right hand corners The Italian face cards portray de cidedly gloomy personages Each one of the face cards by the way carries 4n small print the name and address of the maker There are tiny packs an Inch and a quarter by an Inch and threequarters lu size which can he bought on the streets of Naples tor a soldo These resemble the Spanish cards to some extent although the royalties are more dignified Cairo Is a great card emporium and Mousky street offers rich returns to the card hunter Fortune telling cards must be In demand there to judge from the samples I saw In the collecV i thin The Cairo playing cards come mostly from Germany They are bril ttnt In their coloring The aces carry seeMS froth lands lbOUt west and east The gem of all the packs comes front Switzerland The cards are small one and threequarters by two and a halt inches in size and the hack da Ig i is the edelweiss The kings queens and jacks are dell htflatiu1ics in SWIss costume andj the purchaser Certainly gets Ills moneys worth for each face card has two half figures quite unlike On the aces are Swlrfs scenes and objects of Interest also two to a card the subjects Including the castle of Ohlllom the Matterhorn the bridge at Lucerne fod the Lion of Lu erne Indianapolis Star Bettt APorUWltb Scpnrutora Vhilc the merit of the farkm sep arator are quite generally understood dairymen In many instances fall to roprrly appreciate that it Is h1 rarlably applicable to their own indi vidual von itions and that to every one separating cream from milk offers a means of better and more sat isfactory results The advantages of the farm sepi rator over Jie gravity system are too numerous to give a full or extended enninerattoli but those df most Im portance are more perfect separation greater value of skm mIlk saving of time and lihor navius of ice and a IflHfv of butter American T IL9cft IL Dlel tfl p inful weakening female complaints will find that Wile of Cardui is a safe arid p1eas for all 4ir ills It acts directly upon all the delicate inflamed tissues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging matter and relieving femaleI disorders such as irregular scithifUpainfuIcatameniai prolapse etc 4Jso relieves headache backache dizziness cramps dragging ins nervousneSs irritablJity etc If you need advice write us a letter WHng us ell your symptoms We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope f Address Ladies Advisory Dept T Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn I JtAU DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN 100 BOTTLES 1 jJ k1WIOTZYOU It o R f of etnlllrfI y it srigremecly WINE Of cARDu I TI OIL ENT ROAD WORK EXPERT BELIEVES IT ECCELLENT FOil HARDENING SANDY HIGHWAYS Coat IB About Onethird Tfyat oil Jlacndnm n4i2OO Per Mile Say Kaii ni Profecor Several Practical Test Made- Roadmdklng with oil I believe toe a coinnferelfll success whIch will In lime ha generally adopted In improv ug the sandr roads of the state This Is the opinion Professor Albert ickens of the Kansas State Agricul tnrlcollege the man who forthe past year has been assigned to the work ot expending the 2500 appropriated by rio last legislature for the purpose orj esperiConUng In oil rondmoUlrig the TopeKa Journal gleff I The cost of 011lGea sandy aId Brofessor Dickens while the guest fFb Colmrn secretary of the state board of agriculture will be about 1200 a mile Some roads will costI more than others This Is only tonethird the cost of macadam and where stone Is triot plentiful is much less than a third We have constructed oil roadways In four dluTerent parts of the state Bur most extensive experiment was nonr Garden City where wo oiled a little over a mile of road The sandy soil absorbed vast quantities of oil Four carloads wore put Into the road way with a sprinkling cart At Hutch tnson we mudfe nearly a mile of oil road and we built short stretcfies at Manhattan and Maple Hill Whether the oil In the roadways will liaye to berenewcd remains to he Of course there are certain p4r tlons of the oIl which are volatile nUll will pass oft Into the air But we use for this oiling only the reavy residuum oil left after the kerosene and gasoline have been extracted Tlilsohl Is thick and heavy and works better than thin Up at Manhattan the people who own fast horses were so well pleased with the oil road that they have oiled the race track and claim that It makes their truck one of tile best in the state uOutnt Garden City where the sands probably as heavy as any place in the state the oil experiments ate watched with the greatest Interest The whole of western Kansas will be benefited greatly if the oil road cornea Into general use There Is a rloh farming country tributary to Garden CIfy which is at times almost cut oft from the town because of the heavy and In the ronds The roads are fo Bad that horsjii cannot haul moro UiHn ten bushels of wheat at a lontl The farmers living near Garden City and the merchants In the town talking of oiling the main roads loading to this tributary qountry t that the farmers can cotner Into town regardless of the sand We have found that narrow tired wagons cut up the road ballly alter It has been oiled while the wide tlrctl r Kons tend to make It more solid anti Hnn This Is of course true to a great extent of the effect of the tires on ordl IItation for oil road experiments In order that tests may ce made In other per tions of the sUte and establish fully he practicability of tills method of mod roads making CALL fOR NATIONAL ROAD Appeal to hove Fatuous JIIclivn Rebuilt liT the Goveriiiuriit- Thu National Good Roads assocla IIU4U4jn is H powerful force for good mil Us work Is accomplishing results in all parts of tIle United States It is eij agetl in many things that will ijene fit the people One of the great schemes it has ii mind and which It hasset about to accomplish is the repair aud rebuilding of the groat na tional road across Maryland Fcnusyl main Vest Virginia Ohio and Indi ann That memorable roajf Vas IntondwV fo be one of thtejilghvvnys between the east anti the west lbefore railroads were known It was built at great expense costing the federal government over 7000000 and during the early days as a famous highway over which thousands traveled every week yba railroads came into existence the na tional road was neglected and toiay U It 6nljjj skeleton of what it owed was It is proposed to rebuild It and tlO1 National Goods Roads association Lies undertaken to havelt done by the gov ernment Tlie length of the read b about Voo miles and It can be rebiiilr for less tltJin 7000000 That is about tIle cost of one good battlt hlp anti we are building lots of them The appro priatfou of that sum to make this old road across five states would do as mjHli good as the average battleship for not one such ship in ten will eWr get in a light Then when the old road haa been put in Rood shape to the Mis steaippl river It may he tliat the price ofxlKHit thro other ImttlesliipK will set aside to build the road to the Pa cific coast One llrst class continuous highway across the continent would be a jrreiit thliig Many a traveler would spund two or three months going anti eoinr lug by team bicycle automobile or rotherwise r nation to do a thing like tilt ls 190 luOAOO Americans visited Eurot s star for the privilege of Jol- nor iI tV first chtsj Kuropear roads paid over ron00p0pft Tne Modern Percheron- The modem PerclKron stands lx Jeen hands high anti over weights from 1700 to 2400 pounds and is white gray or black In color Jle has an In Ttelligeut Iiofld of atrjM peculiar to the Lweed1 rat r small ears and eyes short stronaly muscled nck stron well laid shwldera and dwst a plump rotund Ihxly strdng back heavy auar tern mid sdmewhat deobplug croup h10CkY1onand bas iyll hlJttlseul1I1 hoofsA S Aiexsiiderth American Cultivator nreeillne Ewe Lnnibn 0d sheep men have long dbjwtiicrcd It a bad practice to breed five lambs so thC will lamb after they arrtcftnt one y3ar of agp They usually tlMp pojnt their oWner and they lose growth n consequence The ewe should have her flrstf Jamb when she Is about two years olil At that time J she has obtained her growth and hr much more lialMo to do well A flock of sheep U the best in to tba wj IItjon I ri I1= yy t ttt tIow D1Robertson 8 Co HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL tFFanning ImplementsS aM Tools La +cU Seeds A CloverTimo thy Alishni ti BlueGrussRed CTop bapli g jJw Northern white Oats etc c HARNESS 4 Buggy harness Wagonc Irl strap goods iORIA IRE E C C 0 =MANUFACTURED AT ADRIAN MICHIGAN Made of the best herd steel wire thoroughly galvanized The locks not slip they are not dnven down on the wire hence nqi a wire is injured 16 cross bars to the rod The h av est woven wire standard farm fence on lha market =WRITE TOP PRICES AND DESC IPTiONI PIED c L A OF UPTODATE HARDWARE AND GROCERIES IGc THE BLUEBEARJ STORY It Hun n Mjrtlifesr Unttpr fliun tI thulnlClfnI Ortaiu TUP fascinHtliig tory of Uiuahcar has a uiythkml rather than a inyilH lultt1 origin No one lisa found his prototype in the VednR or in lIietcid Greek or Itoman tlrorsThf stor Is supjwfKHl to lie of Frenchl origin and It has pveji ixeii suggested that Hluebeard no other tlian the mucl mnrrlerl Ilonry VIII TUwre hOW ever better ieason rOt believing that the original was Giten le Laval tott of Urtx win was marstbiii of Frhiwi CiuljIn ihe ftttftnth century lie wus- a brave IOJtlHI wlKW rpl its lIH the wars botuef Franco r on1Jl In litetory According t Miwray lie atiirdereil his wives alt soon aa lie tired of tlain a nl was him self eventually jrtmugled hi 1140 The story of I tvttl Lies however not maiii jMiints of eeabhtisce for there la no nientioi at a key ami flIaa tie Laval mqrcwrer ttaed to uuttce per sons ofbbth aeves to Ids castle for tte sake of thoir flood which he watitw for certain inrantatr iihe indulged In Nor indeed ttees tfi jitbry fit In with our own Henry vui tnt we are left to beljeve Utat Arlvver the origin tlte key slut Sister A i were aiktal fo the srko of ilTeet A vniant ot the story of Giles tie L le told by llol ioshod in verjukm the name jIs Giles tie Hfttz Marquis de Laval win Hvetl in Brlttaiiy awl vas straufthK and burned for the mwrder of lite tevci wivjs Dr C Taylor It may be addedl regarded the awry simply as fiction It satire on or type of the castle lords Qt tte days of lottoht ornitntryLondonl Globe I OAK AND PINE The Value Iud IjsofHlnis of Thrii Castea 6f VOSIH- Tbbugti generally irsumed that oak the wood cap bks ofiux put to the Qrwtto t variety of uiesk Is knowii ts a matter of fttbNttbepii la rt titj the mOat Mf61i igrwjMt of its prtQ t Ilburichuut YertMlt Uie Iiia4Tof tilt vak combines in itself the o M tii t Helmuts c f alreojfth IK lnrtblitj hardiio tad eiaatJcitv lu a dogror whichr other tyeed4niait untjml ed aa a MterUil of aliphullli ataf nupwior hi art ItJtur CarfrKetinali tug cfcrvlug mill wtMSc foojtcrase and InuuBichtble other MrtWiP while ti5 bark In of irrwit valteii furul hlnf tan And yielding a blUer extract hf coii tines dornawl 4r m dlctiufl purpose lJut of uts frtbr pine details wdrt be well nigh CNdtafe Tilt timber 11111 valunbli hi lieues end ship carpentry rouuiwn tnrpwtUlne Is extnulrd from It In vast quantities and huuieuae sup puts of t11pltl rcvln tnd iairpb icU In the waMuracturo of Wit tdfJ mjd above all j4per thousands nn teas of tlrauRandi of acre of Dine foj e sic cut down every yte aaI briefly the tlmbar otihis tree It lorn tile chief material of Ciglltilt and AiHorican builders maw I t be niQto iwl than nil 4Uete iciud of wood rlU t together i Thil jAbath at Scarborough She kept s tight llioid of the bathing muchin rope anfl gave quite n jnrcnil Ecrea let U ouch wave of the in coming Jidei tried in vain to lift lies from Her feet On the sands close by sat a couutnnuin paying hiS firiS l vjgit to the s Muie As the title brought each suceewive wave neAr uphet ladys direction At hut an extra big one eaic splash and the hqii dAy suit ruined Flesh rid bloodl could gjind it no longer up he shouted in it foic which com plotely drowned a nigg t minatrttii chorustcfij Fatty H-f Urn duiinot stop thy blecl iiK pptli tall be droorin = THE ORIGINAL PIP thebowelsrelief for croup and son every t4Neurly bottle cough cures firo COflStIpaIhL especially thdsa- pontalnlneOplates SHo5yTatmoest J the bows contains Opiates V J TrWefcrkKettterrt KENNEDYI LAXATIVE HONEY TAR or- C O DeWITT A CO CHIOAQO U 8 A SiH by Red Cross Drug Store a Wds D1O Ui-L r J 1 4ihsevtI i dac es Simple ments Chitanooga PlOWS Cultivators kinds rransJp PoU TRY AND FENCE OF ALL KINDS FULL LINE KnjefaiiiirniHl coest- ltutingas ftuinjjing foIlLoii4- 4frJ1Yi when planters WaTrI i 8 flWA Your j TtmhIrrLythomaLLf labol WJI rO exnioc- guosi f hJ8ih cne rt r h fOG tr Cl n iltlJ iisc j r Jly Jirr bt tho xi- dttio It ahoaW be aorf y i t ibr 9LtZ 1M J A OTIV3CjTRS i FOR ONSATO1f fifLJS AND tbl 6 itJ1 U L fa M t L AilJ ALL L HJ G2PLA1NCSi J Has IaBefA wdna Ox 9004 Its C 1likf a rbL Fkfti Texu J Ii havo tar Y Herein v earl fl5 1 in lv t frer c tt I hevo ryor friHl licioueiityfMnir7 djtrfi 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penwHsr who hear hlit talk think Uiafhe te on Ara ricaiili andl ertnseqwriUy cMHUiAiwIy rich aud do much foe him 00hint much It uilgfot be imtrw corroet to my On thu other hand if t know that he an Iteiglii4nnaa yet they will aawiiiMs from kU accent and style4 that hiss been In liuericn anti ttiereforei is shrewdl twrgetic awl wwomwfai Anti far more experienced intelligent AntI rtst iMMiabk than if lie liaJ llied lila biwl Dart training In iCHglttiHl In boys tbat want to tOtl quire tthe Anierieaiv tosto Tltls la WJq iitffraioM and hart curtain heal of MUM but Am HKHn speaking Eng ltobm ii will that their lintel hUh will lie htlphtrIlarge and ioiigIrory bodsWpabMl 1tIRe Aincrlonii SuJcltcr There la It wine of hunter in ihi American collier wh rtiJliHte caracter teth epresInii in the following k ttei1 oriJUw pril of dtItlflui which pr ir3 In tilL Manila tbluNuMotbe sig uatur TWHIe Hockhtgham 1rTvaU Cnrqiwiny K 4ceoiJ U Infaufrjc rlP83 the sokllfyr at till following rales 1rlvatrti l rporaIi JTh aergoatitsp frst s rgaut 125n battallou ami regimental n wcornmlselonotl staff officers 20ft per iribntu Fiimtah all iioucointnJssioiuKl officers quarters tOO higher 4ho grade ibe battir the quar tern Feed till troop ontbc a In cnrte plan meals at nll limits 2o ftills or drllln to stani except InuiWr ami pity call tIuhiieiinsto daaIl guards fe tijiio kitdipn police a airi9iii l work FurnlBli high chess sjzqiseisIents like grand opera eir itt 11eleJ cpmsjo pchyo Than hi ve if stliiiilatlou that In iso or war ibe IUMI lYliIJfll dir chartftHl and n iifw nnjJIUr d Till JJ a innn lH caught deserting liftiig him Army nud Nary Journnl AVHicrc Sumlny JMouilny- ilnnllu Is out of thftt t most Important ports In tho Philippine Islands but nna aov IB one day behind alliJ t tt 3 all Harrows To I baqco Grain Drills etc rf 0 Ixr I 14 erct wilt y shortS ftnl T piic ur in MC tne worm 1tns eirI4 faftt k juiountwl for IUtili WilY Although riiilippine Is Jands Je war ltl AaiaMi coast they 1Wut discovered bj Spaniards who fJedftoln morks When hey cross od the magic ltw whore Suuda- change Into Monday these fiery dons of proud Caatiliau ancestors did not revise their calendar When told ot U ii4 rertn later and Informed that thci- 11iqde of rwJcoHinf time was not up to inodf rii notijQ thejr merely said hilt tr is w modi tlM worse for modern no tkxu AAJlCL1Y the fact remains that Uiaae hhuMterp kep plodding along one day belt tle i4 of the world which recK YUf time by new style o Tjcsnicrlxni l After an oleborate apeech describing yoftr umnaui l nVrer of raeamortem aifc your iitiibletll friends for the prtvilcRt of tryug your powers tin utDl teflthem to ielBct a certain playing eai d gut Gfa pe1 hkMit mtltbolt caK you lu 48 tboat ii U be thinking about wbOe you go iirwind the elreftjneseiag- oiiotwlifOUr hamfe q ie tcmjiles anti brow iuttiCMulwit to them thera- muct tfb bus Of tie company who is tour COCfOete By a prearranged I jytem ha wfti signal to you hus By pressing ttI bnck teeth tightly together f and then rtx1ug them lie can cause j the miisclo of his templO to jcoutraet- jV thzii you esii plainly feel itun 1er UieprcMttra of your fingers Let oiieeontMCtkfti indicate hearts two kunlu9uiIL fcroc spades four clubs Then upawiwt thOu one two pr three tc to coirt pami wtli tLc number of spots on the caul orItIt Ian plctu t card four iIktnntnotlmis for th5 king threo rw4hCquecll atilt two for iU c hnave JJ Purplo CiwLiiet Far Ten Tho 1 vlin tnllriir d Mowa war Mvs1mst1fllrhr wiI r rsh- Ionbl e3 fos iucn htd1 paiP m aer ikv the tii ha JMJIealyW ut tile Hfhlnl1 liectwe the JIifjaof nnj ii 0ij is hrlef the m8 rays tiuisiu illtf Pint j to ffl 01 r t i i3rn Utcla TBP 4ttll1 rt ftit n alvr bars st tn mJUWlmIltlh l1ttrc nys the Isltlilfre HemM wiist lie hit imivlr ttupla veveheirif 10 iiUvfk about v DESIRABLE hOPEiuJtFOR SALE BYI B De TLAKT5Re- al f t Estate and Insurance Springfiel1 I f sfroniSprinfIeldbarn plenty tobacco land hood water churchPriceNo 4 255 acres three good barns two dwellings plwity of yrass Allot the farm ready for the plow Price tit percre No o 107 acres seveu miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns well watered onehalf mile fron toiiStCCONo 9 65 acres nine miles from Springfield 0 acres timber v two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 108 acres seven miles timIIlargedwelon railroad Price 3750 per acrfe No 12 The most desirable house inSpringfield Welll located No 16 lUG acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 romp dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acresin blue grass rest cultivation plenty df water Price 30 No 18 174 acreil110 miles from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good pikeHJ miles from depot one mile from school anti church good stock barn All outbuildings 00 acres bottom land rods stone fence Price l32 No 10 275 acres 70 acres good timber two storynine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house tko tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice house carriage hoase all outbuildings new Price 50 r No 20 250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns plenty6TrassNo 21 t0 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from ispringfieldi Price 1000 No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn jroung orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre No 23 139 1 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn hejr 1 mile irom Maud one half mile from school- S me timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Pride 3tper acre t No 24 100 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn cribr ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre- No 25 248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 roOm dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at hncn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under Ipining laid in cement water in everj Meld all year1 fine set of grass 3t acresT f corn this year No 27 70t acref 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwe1lin barn holdsfo acres of tobacco line well mill fiouse hen house smok house orchard well fenced StiQres of bottpm land Price 81800 Not 28 lOG ares 334 miles from Spiingfield off good road 4 mile from pike plenty of tobacco land well fenced Price 830 per acre easy payments No 34 231 acres in Nelsoncounty on Stoner pike 6 miles ft m Bards town 6 miles Irons Bloomfield 10 room brltk dnrliihg line stookbarn cistrr a Ufirn loft that will hold 20 tons 61 hay small barn 30x40 ft 70 acres itll timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted ma Chin house So ft long one of the nicest homes ip Nelson untJ Pries 00 per acre All limestone laniT No 35 245 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Vill sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well wafered Plenty of grass Cheap No 30 Bouse and lot seven roon dwelling bath room Lot 70x210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and jiiii home Water in house ano yard Hot and cold water all over house One qf best neighborhoods in town 83000 No 38r ISO acres six miles fron Springfield on good pike Farm ii good grass good six room dwelling fine stock barn well fenced Plenty stock water 835 per acre NQ 30 1025 acres good four thorn dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acre tobacco Twentylive acres of tim ber plenty of watrbtk stock and domestic good fence fine tobaca land 7i miles from Springfield clpsf to school and church Price 830 pei acre Norto Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and at outbuildings fine well in yard 82750 No 41 220 acres seven milesfrom Spiingfleld eight miles from Lebanod on goodl pike one bran new dwelling built this year good ceHar and cistern Never failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Pientyof small fruit ode ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventylive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price i45 per acre easy payment t No 45 164 acres one and onehalf stha1dwellinggoc1barnoflocalromSpriIigfieltimber small house stock barn eJV fenepriceNo47 tenaCrefromSpringfield sometlmlier18acresNd 49 A farm cont lnlng 254acrcs goodpikesevenacretobaccohandgood andschoolper acre No 50 fromSpringfieldroomdwellingplentytobaccoposts goodorchard good fences line water closeto school operacrer fromBloomfieldneck The best tobiccdgrSI flveroomtwenty five acres pf tobacco grassfineNowasteroute Price 17 per acre dwellingagOlclstable corn crIb acreslinepike Onethird moneydownsyears Price 5i4 per acreJNo53 cityproperty andCovingtonSeveral other piecesof town prop SptjnrfieldfromspringfieldtobaccOJjtrkm thebestcounty Wholefarmper No 265 acres 3m11es from Springfield 1 mile from pike closejto tiwel1inggoodPrice tOper acre No 57 163 acres 3 miles North of 6roQmdweUing acresfinepostswellper acre fromSpringfield m e tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk h use fine well and flue orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Pricef30fromSpringfield t tobacco barn aud two stock barns lcrcndPrice15tOOO tNo from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soilj 5 room dwelling j8 acre tobacco barn new stahe new corn crib and buggy house new old stock banugppdf e 15 acres of tobacco land dwelJbigtobaccotimber farm all In grass well watered close to school and church 5 miles romBldomfield Price US per acre No 03 180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plent of thnter t SjOKjacres of grass plenty of fine thiacco land plenty of water One of the best tobacco farms in Nelson county price 550 per acre fromspringhelddwelling frame 6 acre tobacco barn new old stock barn 2 corn cribs impke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres vof fine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Erice25 per acre No 65 170 acres 3 mlles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling 8 acre tocacco barn new with metal roof good granary 10 atreiof bottom land Plenty df locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Pjrice 250 per acre No 66 156 acresS miles from Springfield 12 mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acri tobacco barn wall stock Some timber 50 acres of tobacco land Qpod fence All in grass rice 820 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from 6roQmJwelling buggyhedf fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timbers Price35 per acre No 68 180 acres 8 room brick Iwelling in good repair Veil fended ine river bottom land plentyIpf timber finei tobacco land rrjEca JCO ppr acre Ia No 09 150 acnSjCjrmall house fine river bottom landjfVpIenty of timber and fine tobacco land1 Price 50 per acre No 70 144 aq4 good dwelling i acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price jOper acre r J Lousvi1Ie is Booming V1LLE 350000 twopl within eiradiusof only 6 miles It iesds the WORLD St in the rnsnuffteturiof o lanai wagons atsewerpipe wooS n oozes arid In ptcdecM r = D nthesouhanooneoruJarascpow pU ban lines Louisville is acity BU t3t PilL HOMES its eity KQOWtr WlMtiOR Is 200000000 K has th grMdwt perk sLi systerointhtUitltsdStStseiaMmanyrsli- niCccntpuGbUfld1n5SitdShWChfldI iifcP thehomneoflhWORLDSLLDINGCOM t t t1 MERC1ALSCHOOL 1 ri1atthLSschooI- tf4 do THOROUQHWOdCM youll nsvr be lflWSfltOfILgOOdPOSdOsinftbOOmiflfSfl YillTlftTI mflli8MIIPMCaiLE F LOUISVILLE icY J L CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEM GO varvouu Long distance lines And tetophon of this CompanY enabJeyou fio tiMc almitt anywh r1n Southern Ihdlan loithsrn Illinois Kentucky Tnrsss MlMlM pl md Louisiana Ws can putyA U ok and satisfactorY GosvimunostOI with th 1ppJeofthi grawstio4thSdW ojcityour patrQn ts able Equipment RIfaotIId IUMHIIV passed lAMEE CALDWELL 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