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TTTtilt 1131 JsD LJi rNEW SEMES XIV NO 15 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL II 1907 UJOP R VEAL y 01 q4 l1RW F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOfice over Harden Barber Vjfantal work atra sonableprices jI 11 work guaranteed V rSPRINGFIELD fe i I t= OUR DIRECTORY r SPRINGFIELD county seat o VaWHjton County 52 miles south aut Gt iexiBpton 59 miles from iXHtlsvilte on Bardstown branch oi EfOwityille and Nashville xailroad in I fdrminj and agricultural district Two tanks telegraph arid telephone Uses express office flour mills lumber yards opeatibn 1100 population of MUrtr 1500- 0RepreeutativC in Congress Hon D Jt Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis Iature Hon W D Claybrooke Represcatative in State SenateHon Tiarrv Lancaster Lebanon Kv County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begIn on the fourth Monday in February May and Octo iMi 7 I H Thurman Judge- St L Durham Commonwealth At- OCYh l u TOobt A Noe CJerkf t JiS Lea hmaD Master Commiss ncr QUARTER COURT c Quar erlYCotJis held on the third Monday in each month 1J ILitsey Judge re COIJNTY COURT County Cort meets on the fodrth iCbnday in etch mouth B L I itsey Judge lWF Booker County cirklTS MayeSj County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Ofibourne Sheriff Sam Anderson HerbertEdalemauj 0icklshanr Deputiesli 2 Ed Masters J James F Moore County Surveycr Pr P QBryan Assessor l WT Iitcheit Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer jM Montgomery Coroner t5JI W Bush Snpt of Common Icflooli P 0 Springfield iCITY COURT t Jaaealt Noe Police Judge T jqnri Grace Marshal W F Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January April July and Octobe Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH r Rev G w Lon Pastor Ser fvices on the First and Third SuudavaJ in each mouth atM a m and 730 pmI SunSaySchool every Sunday atlOam Prayer iseing every Wednesday aght j CATHOtlClCHURCH t Reri P F Hennessav Pastor Ser ricea every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a If1to Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH 4BevLwrvaden Pastor Stivi fc every Smaday l PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rftv B E C Laws p Pastor Preaching every Sundayat ii mr fBdalj 7 pm Sunday school every ts5m4ay at 10 am Prayer meetin vaiiThuriday evening t7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Willit IBS Fast Preaching every Sunday at 1 am Bd 745 pm Sunday School every nday at930 aa Prayer meeting evry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock rter1 Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield Jodge Koj 50 meets first and third roach month Waanmsrton R A Chapter No 57 ieet every second1 Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets or venr lourth Monday fcacwcs of THE M ACASBES Meet W bff mo rLe F0LEYS HONEYANDTARI l fluteeripil j WA11YE ceugh remedy dlnngu4oVfsTer1y Sold everywhere t Th u1iss rOtXTTS HONEY ant TAR is im 4T iftow fwciUf ft Refnsesubsitut- esPrprd only by F i y Company Chicago sorsale byEe4 CJosF lag tore w w rw w w J THE NEWS=LEA n Dt ER tr l t A t w ij ij i iroW DWi iriW uwg s 1fl ROUND OF TfltKr f OOMM Mm The Farmers Springtime A call of bluebirds from old or chard trees A tinge of green on southward I slopes A thrill of gladness in ieach fra grant breeze A heart that wakes tolarger hopes riI So comes the spring andjbrings the farmer dreams Of rustling corn and wheat fields fair Of trees and vine whose fruitage i richly gleams Tne sweet reward of toil and cave- oii3oypusiyij he gees id break the wSJsod X vv Os9W the seed to guard and teid B Sure of the hnryests bound with which GoU wiucrown his labor in the end VlP E E Miller crOnENEssTheydo say 9 that the soreness and ill feeling engendered by the recent bitter Iccal contest in Lebanon is causing a great dell lI of unpleasantness and istloinsv an injury to the business of ttfat own A little example ofHhe extent of the prejudice existing was related by a traveling salesman of a well known grocery house here the other day He says that ibe called on one of heJ ocal grocers at Lebanon and before talking business to him the prospective customer inquir ed of the drummer what livery firm he patronized in making his trips in the county The drummer named acertain firmof liverymen whereupon his customer very promptly refused to buy from him It developed that the reason of the grocery mans action was liyery firm named was on the wet side in the recent local option fight itI is said also that such is the pre dice and feeling worked up by the contest that farmersthrough out the county are refusing to trade with or to sell produce to any of the town merchants who did riOt agree with them on the Jate controversy This is ce- rtiU1y an unfortunate state of affairfe in our neighboring town and cJpringfield and Washington county are to be ongratu lated that nothing of that kind has been allowed to grow among them Thee local option contest in this county was warm but not to the extent of causing bitter ness nor of arousing enmity that time has not healed a tJ ow iTWORKs The owners Aot sheep in this county who have been sufferers from the depredations of sheep kill ilug dogs were given a practical example of the working of the row dog tax law at the meeting of the Washington County Board of Magistrates here last week and we venture to say that they were fayorably impressed with the new measure Claims to the 53 4ed4 throughI out the county who Iallocvedwhen edThe law requires that proof of a loss together wilh an esti mate of the value of such sheep shajl be presented to a district magistrate and when this is done the claim ii ail wedbyhEf-t Fiscal Court to be paid by thi State Auditor out of the 9og tax fund The assessors re turns thfs veaT show that over 1600 dogs were listed for iax ation which means an equalI11 number o7f dollars i ltbe I set aside forthe reimbursement sufferIprovides that the surplus from this fund be allowed to go to the public school Tund of thecountyV 5 IT OADS The Fiscal court at its meetingjlast week appropriated zjrnmended lo r appropria jpfl2000 for turnpike r tCQction In the county TIIb Xoadsareall badly neede j and aqright think intaxpayer should complain j this expenditure for there is cer tainly no better investment npr one that more directly benefits the farmers than a good turnpike lroad With the county out of debt and with an increased revenue by reason of an increasing valuation of property Washing ton countshouldbesoon1nap- osition to not only build new turnpikes but what is more im portant should be able to prop erly keep in repair those already built The past winter has been an exceptionally hard one on the turnpikes and dirt toads of the county but there are plans for active work on repairs during the summer and the patrons of the roads may expect soon to note a great improvement ip that respect J RAYCROPTMWe notic froth Vil the Sherman Tex Daily Democrat that Mr C E Gene Craycroft was elected mayor of that city by handsome major iy at a recent municipal election Mr Craycrqffc is a Springfield reared man who has made good in his adopted state and that lie stands high as a citizen is evidenced by thefact of his being so signally honored by being elected mayor of the city of fcherfnao Mr Craycroft was in Springfield about two years ago to visit his aunts Miss Betti e Craycroft and the late Mrs Martha McKinney FDBDinoiiias ully Worko had so serious affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Con nor of Rural Route 1 George town Tenn Ubat I coughed night and day andthe neighbors predictiOnconsumptiouseenied brought home va bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery which iin my case proved to be the only REAL cough cure and res torer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail you maystill win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real cure Guaranteed by flay don Robertson druggist 50c and 1 Trial bottlefree I HarrodsburgsLV The City Council cf Harrods tfurghas passed a very strin jeot ordinance governing the bringing of whisky into Har rodsbtirg whidh is a local option district The ordinance pro vides that nopersbn corporation- or common carrier shall bring into the town more than one gallon of whisky at any time and this shall be for his individ use and such person shall not sell or give a drink of this to another For any violation of this ordinance the penalty is a lIne of not less than 50 nor more than 100 and imprison nient for not ess than ten nor more than fifty days I BHtenlY a SBtV lhrouhbloQd poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bosqueville Tex would have lost bis leg which became a mafS of running sores had he not been persuaded to try cklensArnica SaJv Ho writes The first application relieved and four boxes healea all the p jiieais every sore 2oc atl lff Robertsont Suicide Mr s Frarcis Morris Bell formerly of Harrodsburg but who has lived in Louisville for sev eral years committed Suicide at heirhome in that city Sunday mofningby takingarbolic acid Mrs Bell kissed her six year old son Julius and puti 1g ILVfev coins in his pocket went into an anadjeining room and taking up a tiu cup partially filled with the deadly drug deliberately drained it to the dregs She died a few hqurs later after suffcaing frightful agony Despondency is said to have been the cause of her act members of the family olleging thafc she had wornel 6yer the actions of her husband Mrs Bell is survived by her husband Walter Bell and little son Julius Her maiden3 name was Francis Cleveland Mot ris doughier of Mrs Mattie B Morris who now resides in Shelby ville She was related to many Mercer county people She was twenty three years of age and nad beiBn married nine years Harrodsburg Democaat is Good Intent the essential choractcrUtic of mea and voman Invaluable to good cosiness men dd nCssaty to housewives A woman shows good jndgmeht when she buys Whites Cream Vermifuge fsr her baby The best worm medicine ever offered lo mothers Many indeed are the sensible mothers who write expressing their gratitude for the good health of their children Which chey owe to the use of Whites Cream Vermifasre Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Seven Break Jail Winchester Ky Seven m nI broke jail here to night and aretFrankhere pending harges of forgery and obtaining goods underl l false pretenses also other places Charles Bircham white who has recently beEnj sentenced to the pemtentlarylor five years for horse stealing WiH Anderson white held pend ing a charge of arson and JUdck rllIackgroes I who have committed or L are i cbarged with minor offenses George Williams colored charged with burglary refused to go with them and as soon us they ware out gave the alarm He was prevented from giving it before only by threats of death They prized aside one of the stone sills which iis about five by three feetiu size and making their wav along the wall until they cculd drop down unpercei ved By some means a heavy timber and some smaller planks had been smuggled in anda saw was made in the jail with a tile from an old piece of steel- Y th these rnaterialsweiles- and levers were made and the work accomplished possetIand is now watching all county points The police of nearby towns were also notified about 10 oclock that Will Anderson was recaptured in the L N yards herp About 103tf Dock Rome one of the negroes came in of his own accord fWhat is it that tasts as pleasant mapel sugar and quickly rcleaves coughs and colds Mothers who have used it will quickly answer Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup The pleasant cold remedy that exyels the Cold thpough its laxrtivo actiou ou the bowels Conforms strictly to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Codtains croSdJDrug WORK BEGUN On The Big Warehouse Plantt of the American So ciety of Equity JWork is pro ressing n the co warehouse plant ofr the Washington County Burley Tobacco Warehouse Co which is to be located on the L Np raihoad just below town The foundation is laid for a big prizing and warehouse which will be 200 by 60 feet in dimen sions This house WI ll be used tostore the tobacco in the hogsheads as it is prized It will also be equipped for prizing the tobacco that is brought in from the barns where it has been hanging all winter As soon as this storage warehouse is com pleted work will be begun on two other buildings A redcyer will be installed iin one of these and every facility will be had to take care Of the19O6 crop and all subsequent crops should it be come necessary It is not known just how much of the 1906 crop is in the pool for the reason that the greater portion of it is being taken care of at home by the individual growers There have been received at the various temporary ware houses of Society about 750000 pounds on which money has been advanced tQ the growers This it iis estimated represents less tban half of the tobacco pledged the remainder being held at home by the grower All of Ibis tobacco will be prized and stored away in hogsheads in the compa nys big warehouse as soon as practical It is expected to hive the warehouse completed by June1st BBsware of OinimeDls for Catarrt thai CoDiap McrccrV as mercury wilt sorely distroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when enter hJlt through the mucous surfaces such articles should never be used dxccpt on prescription from reputable physicjans as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good yon can possibly derive from them Halls Catgrrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 codtains no meroury and is taken internally acting dkcctly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In baying Halls Catrrrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken in ternally nad made in Toledo 0 by F X Chenay Co Tcstlmonals free Sold by drugffistf Pplce 75c per beetle Take Halls Family Pills for constlpatien Night Riders Princeton Ky Insterd of a tobacco war real war with shoot ing and bloodshed is liable to grow out of the strained situation in Kentucky over the dark burley market Socalled independent or un rTSVis a Cut f1V I SAY RS S SCOYILLS I YOUNaMBNS BUGGY which has no superior on the marketV handle other styles of the celebrated IIalso Scoville Buggies which have a wellIIfor strictly high class vehicle SS tiJoh1 Lily Barber 5- I Sucessor to Haydon Barber L Vkorganized tobacco growers are having their tobacco barns dye namited or burned and their bytnight riders and are open in in their threats to begin repri sals Damage to the extent of hundreds of thousands of dollars have been done in the last few 01rfThe State Goyernment has been repeatedly called upon to afford protection but has only caused the arrest of three al leged incendiaries The Slate Fire Marshal made repeated visits to this district without being able to check the outrages which are committed almust publicity by mounted bands of men riding four abrest like cavalry on dress parde This is the planting season and night riders are out nearly every night in this section of the State burning warehouses and tobacco factories sowing grass seed in the nur sery beds or sowing them wi h salt or raking them over raining the very fou dation of some of the little farmers b Jpes of a crop jbis year AH this is because certain to bacco growers refuse to band themselves with organizations which are lighting tbe tobacco trusts br holding their tobacco at an upset price Of course the responsibe heads of the organizations repudiate Ihe lawnessand declair ignorance of it Still it contin ues There iSB deep resent ment against the trust because several yea sago it refused jo living prices fur the crops although now it would be glad to get the crop at templing figures The trcst is nowdo ing very little business hhreaVi bouts To openly deal wit1Uj ill iolatio of the organzed growers program invites mid nightoutrages Lyons Caldwell Christian and Loga counties have been the scenes of the most consoic uous outrages The authorities are bfcominff alarmed at the prospect of a more serious situation as the result of pro longed lawlessness Dow Business Again When my friends thought I was about to take leave of tbis world ou account of indigestion nervousness and general debili ty writes A A Chicholm Dread well NfY and when it 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 1 am now doing bushess again of old and am still gaining daily Best tonic medicine on earth Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggists 50c Eggs For Hatching Front select pens of White Plymouth Rock Brown Leghorn and White Wyandotte My birds were premium winners at the Fairs llast year Eggs 75 Cents For 15 A C KIMBALl ilSm Springfield Ky After Trust Frankfort KyThat the At torney General Vf the Slate of Teias will futher prosecute the the investigations vof the Stand ird Oil Compaq not only in that State but elsewhere in the United Sues is evidence of a departImentfronrAttorney General tie requests Secretary McChes niy to at cure and have sent hUD under the great seal of the Com monwealth of Keutuck a copy jf the articles of incorporation of the Standard Oil Company io Kentucky the Kentucky branch of the big company These articles were origonally filed in the office of the JefferSon County Court and Secretary McChensey nas referred the matter to that office 10 supply the Texas of fliai the Information which bo desires to secure y When you needa pill take a piV t e re its an Early Riser De Witts Little Bayly Risers are safeI sure satisfactory pills The pilI yitIa repuuticnr They do not here1byI 1 0 i l tVJ n 1 4 i Jtt rL t MADE WITH H t are the most health ful and of foods h gpo te it uKthsrsaa as newi I I It Event for t Springfield as 500 Visii tors are Expected VOn May 28 V9ad 30ththei BlueGrass Graded School Tour lament will be held here This is an event with considerable merest to the town as it is probable that from 600 to 500 visitors will be present The tournament embraces the fore nost schools of the bluegrass wad neighboring territory and the contests will be interesting rhey will include athletics scholarship singing and decla mations r The Springfield Graded School is preparing to take atfconsidera ble part in the contests asit is training in baseball singing and declamation and a number of spelling matches have been held to determine the winners in or thography Alter a series of contests embracing the grades frcm fifth to the High School graduate tne eighth grade woo the represeptation The content which will determine the representation in male solo will be held at Miss Sue Rays recital at the Opera H use April26 Owentonwhich won the cham pionship last year will be herewith a large delegation The Westt raiiiI liet font The richest maR in the world can not have his kid ness replaced nor live without them colt ia important not to neglect these orgajts If Foley8 Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign of danger the symptoBS will disappear and your health will fee restored as It strengtness and builds up these organs as notbiag else will Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky writes 11 have twed FoleyS Kik ey Cure and take great pleasure In stat ing it cured me permanently pf kidr nay disease which certainly would have cost me my IIft Sold by the Redaross Drug Store SALESMEN WANTED Three salesmen for our new cointy township and railroad serytys Kentucky These surys are a splendid cqmpilatron of facts figures and drawings and ot wonderful value Counties And owns are fully indexed and opulaiioqs of each are givjev railroads plainly shown aid listances between allT stations also shown cpngreasibnel dis riots outlined and numbered A splendid opportunity for en jrgeijc men CO Chicago 111 t The New pp r Man If someday a newspaper aa should print the Conteat of hi waste basket there would probe bly be a riot says an exchajHT There would cfrtaimly ba troube- n many home j arrests im so e lirections sbctlL10iljjnotbtw trouble all around But ti ittron of a newsper3leYSr 115 the wast basket Hfl ol7 glances fit tht primttA jpIcoiplainIug it OM l ttir ia- i Iftj iis upifaaown growls his diMg yolntment if one namedinlV hundred happens tp be spelled 7m IllIliitliill ltltt f jCRhmN IL 4 la4Jr 1 ij VOL Mouday- el option thatthe people storing Western tobacco ehcious Hat Biscuit R A IAI PIuappetizing nutritious Mathdepeads ISklasPswdsr Graded School Tournament jflVBig RANDMcNALLY wrong fro1flls fIiIHitcrfZ Publiclyl Jkeeping grass off the sMtMki and ljis generally disgr jmtted wi4 so much at what he fuzps at W hath fails to Und Be kiowa his shtre ftaeWI baskt but 4f be coald hare OM looJ at the cpatribiitioM made to that receptacle by bu neighborsaa- dfrod1he would thank Ctei ioc tbd existence of A 44wittisufficierit intelligence am4 COWE age not to print ana kipwm and to temper even that he dot printLebaIl Enterprise mild aiiir Trsi giLd Orimo Laxatiye Fruit Syrup ewrea stomach ao d liver truMe M it aiM dt otIoaT stkiwitss the liver wd bpwete witioHt irrkfttiac thtWi prgsiss like pjllt atwi ordinary cathar iics It cures indigestion sai Mck- aadVaCOe Mid dioeori4o axatiTftFrjiIt Sjrnp 4 MiMt nauseate bir gitpeand it milt mml pleasant to taPftt Refiabtltitea Said fcy the Red Crow Drtlf Store Loo LeiCo Hissi- Oneoftb1mportsaejrthe- Fiseelcowrthagjsd Ie lIwith the put wHIr be W that of a vewcovrtli TueVmatter ItcUe S just wbat acikfe will be WIiis ryet unknown Xiiii c has bee dcidedupoa ipIot preheat time but it ki bi1isi4V- th5t aa order will be enterti t1dalai tiR that a vote W i tikea at the nxt regular etec tion to take the Knee of MM voters on the ttHMioa el IMSIg bonds sufficient to payior aaew buildiog t Jtyii uB4er 4 oi temt the amount deemed Meeeeaxj will be eone imf like 75000 Thfs BBB itle proponiL u io ber raieei by votj SOieat boMat UIto have tfce prirUefe ef paying UHlee bla- aty tleM afwrive year- sInacb as the eoM6- MIIDio r to pay auf eaVserablf 8 w for rtfulrt to UM old bviliia HU biredthat votii the bottd and twfa J new buiIinq- soitoi cia i of U1 8 Use XtRse4s laxative uik jtalterH QsMio a but drirw i tbf coW trssgths towels Male IB ttrfct coafor ity- to Pur Fcwd sadl Dnmi Law lfe j+ II11 didsM WTs cssV Drug Stoic cI Wo 1sissi it iJparchu1 liyir el JhontMJ1M tMw sbr ofths tiring end tb4 1I1V111 4aViturt will bi kaownas i Lt APttora Mtr DoboMj decl4sd as bo wIM biUMi 1iIIr h iIie al6a oIIim1Iy will 1fJrtIkIe 1MJ suIbsE ol S W hR oan iab7 a IIIIIt DO iutrochwttun at oUr 81b4a IJjro lif giJVbopiq tht1WU k live kqr Dr W isu r i f r J THE IVEWS LEADER = 1 TOE NEWSLEADERTV- KJSXXD XVEXY THTJ SDJLY f tA YEAR ADVANCEIN I t 0SPRINGFIELD KY Ia 1r f EiLDAVlSON Jr I 1MperIiCalls on candidate and political matte Job work Is dose at low rates bat casn I Lf1 b Hid oideJhn ofud6 ApYertlsIng contracts made on liberal p111flBpbltuarles and resolutions of respec 6 t Je fI2t5 per line LNO31CIXIN 4 Coanty Magltrates950 ktStrict Offices VM t t THURSDAY APRIL 11 1907 1 I ANNOUNCEMENT l k We are authorized to announce J Gore of Springfield a candi t II 11i Rogers T t i dat for State Senator from the Fif f tae Senatorial District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party T The spasm of reform at Har rodsburg continues to prow in- C 1 intensity A special from that place says Yesterday afternoon nine of the best known met nere and agreed to subscribe 2000 to prosecute anyone caught violat log the election laws of the State in any manner either in iI the primary or in the general election The race for the Dem ccrutic nomination for the Legis laturd promises to be warm and I the citizens of Mercer are de- l i termined to prevent any corrnp tion if possible t The celebrated trial of Harry Thaw for tile murder of Stanford White is drawing toa close at 1SNew York Delphin M Delmar made apowerful plea for the de- c Ict fense chi Tuesday occupying the entire day Yesterday the Dis trict Attorney made the closing Ita r argument in behalf of the Com monwealtb A hung jury or an f S f if IJ acqulttalwdl be It IS thegeAer- k tjal opinion tho verdict oP the a juryThe President Las done the expected and Oscar Hundley of Huntsville Ala Judge of the new Federal district in that tStaoo despite the opposition of both the Alabama Senators Tnere will be a warm fight in r the Senate it is expected over Hundleys confirmationf At the celebration of Appo mattox Day at Chicago Con Stanley of Kentucky1 i gressman i among other things said that he J rejoicedthat Uthe South contem plates the scene without shame t and the North without exulta tlOb The Tennessee Legislature y killed the two cent fare measure forthis session and doubled the tax on distilleries Cures Blood Skin Diseases Can cer Greatest Blood Purifier Free IIfYQur blood is impure thin dis Ieased hot or lull of humors if you t 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 take Botanic Blood BalmBB B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express SI per elarg bottle Sample free by Writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else fails 9lyr Green County Case r Washington D C In an opinion by Justice Moody in the case Green county Ky vs Mary A Quinlan involving an i isue of 250000 worth of bonds r foa the benefit of the Cumber land and Obp railroad issued in 1869 the Supeme Court of tha United States held today tbata bona fide purchaser O- f1tith p 4f bonds was not entiled to assume in his purchase that the cjunty had been exonerated 74troJIl the payment ot capital i f1stock of the Bizabethtown and iTennnesMe Railroad Company I y If previously authorized The a ft decision was rendered on a 1t dret1on certified bftne United pUte Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth circuit 9r WMHW lyrvy aaA CenIetfr- jitnr qkisIiMMrbiea4sadL1a4helw rT y Sharpsville Mr Fred Milburn and EffieJ J Cutsinger were united in the bonds of matrimony by Rev Sims A long and happy life i81 wished by the writer Lee Griffin is teachiug a sub scription school at Freedon schoolhouseT4 Everyone is invitee to come at one doUr A month Nx one has applied for thi j free school yet 1la11 in hopes we will have farmersIaroundped their plows There will be meeting at the Freedom church every second Sunday as it is their regular meeting Rev Mason is the pastor Miss Annie Long is visiting her brother Leonard Long of Polin this week Mr John Brown was leaned to the bedside of his dying sister FridayMrs Coa Durr is very low caused from measles Rev Derinis will start foi PalisUne the last of this week familywereMr John Perkins Mr J W McMillin aLdson were in Springfield Monday on business Mr William Wilham while lifting a wagon threw his hip out of place We are rorry to1 report him suffering severly Mr B Bea and brother were in Springfield on business Monday Garrett D Weathers Avon Kj says My ifogs were so badly disea ed with cholera that I did not think medical aid coald possibly save them Ilaye them Burbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cnted them wifhout a singlcj loss It is the only remedy I have ever used that would cure hOI cholera Sold and guranteed by Haydon Robertson Springfield Ky HllIsb ro The farmers are now thinking of ylanting their corn but I think it would be a good idea to postpone it for a few days Mrsi Mollie Settles is very low at this writin2 Dr Thompson says she will be confined to her b d for some time We hope she will soon recover Dr Oscar Shewmaker of Oklahoma has been in our midst for several days- J SuttOn has purchased a new organ which viII bring daughterMinnieMinnieLewis Clark purchased a new buggy 50 j J MMontgomery purchased a horse for 65 Miss Birtha Edgertbn has returned to her home after a few days stay in Louisvilte with her friends Mr Josh and Maud Inman are 6n the sirk list we are sorry to say MrprnCoderfounda nest of eggs and declairing they were turkey eggs took them tQ the house and set them but they hatched out buzzards Miss Judus Montgomery Was returned home after two weeks visit in Nelson county VIOLET Good for everything a salve iis used for aud especially recommended I for Piles That is what we say about DeWItts Oarbqlized Witch Hazel Salve That is what 20 year of Iseage has proven Get the orig ional Sold by tbs Red Cross Drug Store CanpY The hop jiiyen by Mr and Mrs G W Fenwick Friday night was well attended and all report a nice time Mr Stanley Fenwick is in Louisville this week Miss Hattie Nalley of Bards ofMIseswick Friday night r iDleD as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble minddiscourages SIvigor andcheerful ii = 7 ness soon disappeqr when the kidneys are UZ4FL = out of order or dis eased Kidney trouble has 1 prealentthat mon for a child to born afflicted beJ weak kidneys If the child urinates too often lIthe urine scalds the flesh or if when the child readies an age when it should bt tilde to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these iU1J rtantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder end not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well aft zilch are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It issolelI by druggists in fifty f ff L cent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottleIfby mail free also aHame of Bwunpnoot pamphlet telling all about SwampHoot including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer CotBinghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake SwampRootDradii everybottle =w Misses Mary Lanham Pearl and Sady Fenwick were the guests of Miss Hattie Logsdon Friday night fr The party given by Mr and Mrs Edd Graves last week was well attended and all report i enjoyable time Mr Oscar Bottoms store aught fire Saturday night and burut to the ground Mr Bot oms had a 1500 stock and 1000 insurance Mr Abe Can dry owner of the storp had np insurance Tbo house was val uedat400 It is thought that it caught fire from some one smoking Mr Abe Canary sold 8 hogs tto Mr John Hall at 6c per pound Forgetmenot i THE fEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail jEorlTr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estimonials Happy Hollow We all r enjoyed the happy March but we are afraid that Easter has brought onn bad spell to kill aU of thefruit Miss Judith Montgomery iis visiting frientis in Spencer county Mrs Wm Scott and her niece Effie were inVJlIH burg last Saturday shopping Mr John Perkins is som better Mrs Maggie und Zora Mont gomery visited Miss Etlie Qoul ter Easter Sunday Gnrea Hefflorrliases of th3 Illllss Sdver l years since my luugi were so badly affected that I hat many heiuorrhajje writes A M Ake of Wood hid I took treat meat with several physicians without any benefit I then started tc take Folevs Honey and Tar and rPJ lungs are now as sound asa bullet I recommend it In advanced stage of lung trouble Folcys Honey ant ITar stops the cough and hcaltx thi lungs and prevents serious result from a cold Refuse substitutes iold pylhe Red Cross Drug Stor- eMOORIiSVILLE Born since our last tortile wif of Geo Hawthorne a boy We are having rather coo weather at present W O Ellis made a delivery o nice trees this week from Sunn Srope Nursey and took several orders for fall delivery Mrs T H Hardin and chil dren are spending this week witl her parents Mr and Mrs W O Ellis Bro BeNight preached las Stmday morning and attnpht t very good audiences Sunday School has organized with IL L Gray as Superintendent T D Sweeney Assistant Mrs Mattii Tucker Miss Annie Hines ant Mr Ham Shehan as teachers Mrs Ora Crume wUs elected Secretary They have Sundv School every Sabbath morning at half past nine oclock MessrsT D Sweeney iin son are siiwing at Mr Vii Sniders Several of the boys were ove igborliooSunday Ed Sweeney and John Elli wen over to Chaplin last Fridn onbusinessMr I Weekly was ove SatuictnyThere over therefor John The cheapest thing we lmv itlundllentifultoo Mr J9ltjDodson is on thE sick list Richari Cursmger sold horse to Yancey Barber Bards town for 140 The measles is thick up ii and around Midway Seyora married women have it am quite a number of children None howeyer have as ye proved fatal The infant child of Mr and Mrs ouglds Ave y died und was iaterred hi the Ml Zfbr cemetery last week It was twc months BId twcj days old Cause of death unknown W O Ellis and W S Good made a business trip to Spring tield last Saturday The A Suf E met last Saturday night the usual amount of MrJCull has returned from a visit to his brother in Spencer county He spent altof llost eek wiin him but be earned his breadas he plowed all he week Tuesday April thsnow oni the ground tLooks like wintry weather t t 9J nWhy m have a tortid liver when Herbinc the liver youThereBnflFer from Dyssepsia Constipation Chjlls and Fever or any liver corn n curcyouFCI was sick fora month with chills and fever and after taking twtot healthySoldStoreI ilatlof nypepiaCuIHgeets what you oaL 1 FLBASANT GROVE Miss Jennie Leachman is the- plesantguest of Miss Fannie Litse j last week MiB55Mattia Smith is the guest of her sister Mrs W A Smith rSchool commenced Monday with Miss Maggie Smith as teacher a id 18 pupils Mrs Emma Weson is thE guest of Mrs B L Litsey this week Mrs Baker and daughter Miss Bertha were the pleasant guest of Mrs Moranthfs week party that was given by IrheFanny good time Litsey theyall re Rest is the great restorer1We tire our muscles by exercise and lbtln rest to restore them et a great mouy of us do not step to think45JiiQy little rest we give to our stdffintfgju As 0 usnal thirig no part or otjfc Irndies is so generally oveTwOrkcdas Qur di gesth c organs A tired and oyt r workedstomacji wIlL give sfgns of distress to whicc we pas uo heLd until at last Dyspopsia tahep hold Indigestion isrJostA warning and if we hecd the warning Sve can easily avoid futher cohSequences Kodol is a most thorough stomach relief It digests what you eat and gives the stomach the needed rest and greatly assists in restoring to its norm a activity and usefulness Kodol ri sold on u gnrantee roll f planIt is sold here by the Red tCross Drng Store Letterto Old Comrads dt I WILLISBTJRG KY Editor News Leader I ask permission talk to the boys this morning Well 1 aID glad to know that some of you arestill living and I hope that yon are enjoying the dotage of painIyou a few minues about what took pagjj 43 years ago today 1 am sitting by comfortable tire very un iute the 0 h of April fortyfive years ago the weather was warm and the trees in full leaf This another anniversary of the battle of Shiloh has rolled around and with it many sud mGmorias of the great battle we were young men then full of life Our young manhood leniw not its strength but after a lapse of forty five years we are looking careworn and o the Hush on our cheek is gCIJI our step is I slow but for all t is we are en joying whats Uft oflhis life Qn thiday wtr cannot help the mind wandering back to thC terribte conflict between tho conf tending armies of the North and South Such destrucfon of human life seemod a great sin hut now there iis no trace of the terrible war unless it is s mo old fort melting down to the level of mother earth Still memory hull iis full und we have to talk n little occasionally Boys dont you think that you would enjoy the company 6f n few comrades in ome quiet placer in some wcbds ue ir a bubbling spring andIprofusion cryIby as we our ships in army lil j Now boys let us select a place to meet anti have tArs quiet good I WeItenyears younger I suppose you are Very busy at I SupposeIwe 01 20th the anniversary of another great battle But we must meet f some time this yoar a delays are dangerous Now someone tr suggest a place to meet whether tn some dense forest or in Some I qity Someone speak up througl the Nows Lender Dont wait for sortie old man to spak first cr remember that we ure all or that list ISVell boys I have said enougiil forLhisitime if youdo nptwritc lettertI would enjoy it very niuch El Thompson cant you write again Tom Noc vill write soon for he said he vould John H wiltIOno bv one we are passing away Live iu daily communion uuanIpros ent71arn C7 and staopUke a boy M VCKOUCII Co D lOUi Ky Inft Clothes Gleaned JvCan clean nndj ress that oid suit of yours and make it look us good as new Prioos reasonable LINKS RAY pjj4j10j13i5ntidlv I11rk had s6 serious affectedInyright luhj writes Mr Ktrinie Con oridf JIural Route George tbwh W ftni JIhat I coughed night andjidiiy and the neighbors redictiOnVrOdnsuinption srein ed inevitable until inv husband brought home ajqltle of Dr Kings New Discovery which iin my case proved to bo the only REAL cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs tt When all other remedies utterly fail you may still win in the battlQ against lungaCd throat troubles with New Discovery the real cure Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggist SOc and 1 Trial bottle free L 5j1JjJtfl ry Jb CLOSE T ATTENTION mIs11 whatiaivo to all work brought me and as 1a result I am able to IGUARANTEE SATISFACTION lL If you have a watch or clock to or wish your ELESIGHT CORRECTED by ti ri perfectly glasses I am prepared to wait on you ifS1 5 JElfJ Graves fliJ l t l LMain Street opposite Presbvtferiari church r5 5 Ii g s = = = THE Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Spring of 1007 a large lino of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreers Grape Vines Asparagu Shrub Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no agents Straw berry and General Catalogues on application to H PI Hillenraeyer ft Sons J THE SPANISH ESCURIAL i Is a Marvelous Specimen of Ancient ArchitectureiThe Becurlnl the palace of the Span Mi khiff an HrcliUeoturar marvel for merly described as the ejshth wonder of the world is now seldom of oven by those who are ready8pOonI strtJjtur thelfiulithis forcs be snceesjrfnllh their great buttle with toe French That battle was fought at St Quentln Ton Aug 10 tI ir57 St Lawrence day snd in order to honor that saint as well as to fulfill his vow the kiwi hAd the fouudntlou II of Ii8vgreut tireflrorial laid oft in the slittpe of n gridiron the implement o torture upon which the goodly Law rOt1ft is reputed to have suffered mar tyrdom froft Ie Esciir Hl the se of the gigantic Btmt ture is Iwyoud cohipreliension It is 740 feet from north to south and SSOVj feet from oust to west the square tow- nt earn corner rising tq a height of over 200 feet Within this building are the khiigsuIacemonstrousI dral a monastery of 200 cells two col lages three dmpter liousos three brary buildings five large hallg six dormltdrii I throe hospital and ovQr 3000 other rooms In order to make St Lawrences gr llrou comiHote tin bulkllng Is built In qitailrangular form with seventeen rows or ruiiges of Ktrous stone structures crossing OAdi othor Nt right anglesrtiiuse forming tbo grWIrohs Hlw llj4unriiIe being n wlftg 470 fc t In lehgtli Tile church wlifcli Is a part of this vast pile of un sonry Is at1 feet long 2K feet wide with a donut XV feet In lielglit It ISI osdmntwl that the building cost 0 00000 Electricityfjor Railroads The ro iuiyvMuta UaHrotiil company e Wbuly has doIcilleti l upon eleEtrOt1hl e iupi liig all Ita lines aiiys theAty ark N Morning ShIrlft te now snid tlMt the couipany Is about to equip the grot stretch of main lint between Pliiladel1iit sail IMttsliurs with electricity A beginning 1ms hoer made in electrical construction In the companys south JenH y system anti Itt tntff not be lotig before electricity wilt be the motive power between Plum Telphla anil XeV York ISlectrieity Is the coming railroad motor and It will be largely ge iemted by water powor lliere Is much valimWe water ixmor Tiiuwed thi New Jury and whorl or a plNia eau be favorably cstNbllihetir for oconoraical prodncfioit of electric iy the railroad engineer will hflvantttge of It What the tkoj coinimiiieA arty doing In the way of curing this ower Will be known only when the power Is secured tJSnake Bite Lancet According ito Consul General W IT Mlcline or Calcutta Inncet jkvetttrKl by Sir Luiulcr HruHUni called the Kimke Wlo Iniicet bus been tiioeil In India with ftuqilentiki nwwlta ti Hng wUelr lUntribntetll liy the HntuorftlWt to irnft4M otttpuHts in Uu l awl A8Vui tue centriij provlnce mid unftNl provlnctH Mud also to all village ofllftalf by sopue of the ii Uve t1tt w 1n MiMwr sad entral India A rtHw1 by one ppranii bI to the tat we hAd nviil1 the UVM of orrctIj persons ItttiW by rvlinm Mild kamlU within the last year br thv ui of litwet TlH wo of IIhis iinipT Instru ment HMy br the JtltICM of nrlnic thattKaiiH of lives anuunHjr In llMiin ud liencw will prove a great Ui3iNng lv ienn Ler- ro clean rtItllluce crual to new batbite inu lln round i bottle tack the f nice on It make a s nln of fl ie soap uld n little bArnx and wash the luce y rublfng wttlr the hands Rlima veil und In the win Then take tb5 i5ce It looks like new Frea1enhic ut ft Is a good thing to know thnj If puts grow dry 8111 tztsttle4s row ulcept for sonic time they amy be WO1Iderfully fresiiened by soaking tlt lukewarm water This rpplles to nilI sorts of nuts and It surprising to see txr thAV ares Improved tint Army StninpeiltM Workmen Workmen who began to tear out thd cellars of four razed buildings nt First ind Brie streets Jersey City where a lLontor Is to be erected wre obliged to suspend operations by an army of talk which ran out of nooks sad cor ners anti dashed wildly about tho place The workmen nell to the treet All tin torn terriers in the neighborhood I ivere sent ior and It took them an hour tot clear the foIhar jOf rats E I = = mend fitted 5 dry KELLTHE COUCH 4 AND CURE THE LUNGS = WTIIDraKingsl l New Discovery il HFOn C ONSUMPTION OlGHS OLDS and 50c100 5Price Free Trial = Surest and uxucJieat Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK r 5 PROSPECT = = This combined stallion will make 5 tne season of fl07 at Rajview bettec knownas theFoster Ray place on the Danvilje pike l3A miles from Lebanon Ky at 515 To Insure a Living ColtI Mares traded or4 parted with forfeits Insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is paid FIares froth a dstanc grazed atIreasonable price Mares entrusted s will receive our personal attention but not responsible for accidents OrI escapesIDUSCRIPTIONS Foajed 1900 IS hands 3J Inches a Jinniilifnl bay both rear feet white to ankle Very rangy neck fine head and ear short back fine llengthy I quarter large strong bone bQtI byIIand saddle classes through Central Kentucky and other States winning second prize in SaddleStallion Class at Chicago 1906 His colts are fire size and with great stjle and finish Though young his colts are commanding high prices and nis cust6mers are highly pleased with them PBDIGHEE Sire Dignity DafevNo 1085 A S H R He by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel 58 Dam Dora Dean jfo 2402 dam by Joe Abdallah 3d dam by urapter Denmark If 10th dam hy Black Hawk Morgan 6th dam by Oliver he by Waggener dam of Dignity Dare by Welchmont otjiA T H R he Jby William Welch He by Rysdyks AbdallahI1i1bJ UBSfARKS We take pleasure in offering the services of thisfine yoang stallion to the breeders of Marlon and adjoining Counties believing be is a stallion that will produce a class of horses that is now so much sought by the Eastern trade at the most remunera tive prices to the breeder We ask thatyou inspect him before booking your mares CoT BOHON mLebanonKy j i Kodol for Dyspepsia cleens the stomach and makes the breath as sweet as a rose Kodol Is sold by bruggists on a rurantee relics ulan 1It conforms strictly tb the Uatiorral Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by the Re8 Cross Drug Store Commissioners Salet Fannie Mathews et al Pills vs- Sam Lancaster al Deft By virtue Of a Judgment and order fCourtthereof 1907 in the above style cause until paid I shnll jirodeed to offer for inIION MONDAy i APRIL 22 1007 at 2 bclo k pnj or tJoreaboutheing county courtday tQthe highest bid ner at public auction upon a credit OE t dVj0A certain tract or parcel of land i lying and bein In Washington county Ivy and bounded as follows On the North bv the lands of J C McElroy on the east by the lands of J P fide TonyHerrof lieu Cnmbron containing 2H acres and rood For the purchase price the pur chaser or urohasers with approved security or sureties must executehbonds bettrIngIegal hiterest date of sale until paid and having the force r EIIwijth those tehij rlMY MUWC cA IVHITESCream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDYt THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONICe Of IMITATION TNt aCNUINE BallardSnow ex LOUT Liniment MO CoI SOld by Red urQ3s Drug Stjre i ttlJtlJtttIJtttttttttttttttlJttttttttttttttttttttttt 1tflt Et CHESTNUTDARE As a Sire He HastN- Eqiwl Sorrel larhandsomeandfiaishjjSubstanceand conformation Tiflhone prOvo a successful sWw horse last summer bj wlontafcil ti of 15 shows His colts won first and econd ties overall oompeiito at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Caikkmut colt the Blue Grass Circuit Not one of his three seasons of colts hare Tefie n dt fated by a colt sited by a Washington county horN EighCof his colt of last season sold at wttnliBgiL 100 to 8150 the highest price lot of colts ever sold stage DtjChestnut lit d by Red Chief 2nd dam by Black Hawk ChJtfj 3rd da Brink rs Drenr on The Chester Dares are recognized by all to be not ob the hghest price but the greatest show family of hot- Kntuckyadd rChestnutbare greatsias mi money for him as any stallion iinj the county eyer sold tittes saddleharnessown of good mares to patronize him so lean be jaitilf dm keep this type of horse whose colts wntbe wktem or out a by any CHESTNUT mypineari 20 To tare t Wif CelL I still have my saddle horse Lexington rneal1dsame Jacks and stand them at same pricey did last ye viz The horse at 10 and Jacks at 10 nll6 S B LE4GHMAN ihIphIshIhIlI i i a Paiui 0GOO H000 OOOOOOoo oQo We Have Been Busy With Our INEwSPRXNG SIOC Of Dry Go ii Shoes Drew Good sad NOtki We now lMiTifv t wHich c nits of new and frt goods Complekin j ieryjlepartmen and we cordutfly arit frerTbi to give us a cl wtctker you as pr pedtobuyorr IaOur Goodst and Prices wiIili brttf ispd I A GRUNDY McJN71R OOOOOOCXXKXX RED BIRD Foaled 1890 15 hands 3 inches Siie4i By G beUs Joe 1955 he by Cabells Lexington 1st dar Lixae Grin by Dexter he by Cabells Lexington second darn Dolly by horse There is no better reeafilia Cabefls Red Bird himself is as fine a derag there JI a Red Bird will makethe season of 1907 at Fair Grtmwli Stable S20 TO INSURE A 3 FV3QSTG COUPS Horse breeders will remember when Red Bird wM ifanne made a season in this county for YrJtBLet n thi ired the best lot of colts even gotten before or stooe in this c y I now ask the owner of good mares in this and ftdjoi copnties to patronize him so that I can afford 1 keep this blood of OibeUs Lexington with us He is the oalyoa I of that is llft in the Country 1 It was stated here recently that a certain party wai ol more for his horse than had ever been offered horse or for qne brought to the cSunty it iis 1ot always what w e ed or pay for horse thatfixes hlsrvaluB hut ratharwhat Hc I Sunshine 1t I r S hsbiiuf is a chestnubstallibn by the gre Vlt4 Leaf 1901 bred by RB Goddard of dsblIITt now Springfield will make the season of 1907 ilfeMrPi of Baker the owner at the Fair Ground stables at S15 TONSURE A IJTVEXa COLT DESCRIPTION AND Pk1DIGREESunsbilleia a beiratiful h andean step a 30 shot with grace style and action fle ia living picture of Lord Golden the greatest show bone that wore harness His breeding is superb by the gat Red I thc champion show horse of Kentucky and the leMlng r igh class horses and teams Sunshi9e is a full bher iousrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest pairin Kan i 1Irst dam is Madam Wood by Madwood b Nutwood Mood is the dam of Wildwoodi ich sola fOlNoo his am is Balrosa Chief he by Mainbrino Chisi thiri cIa Mantes by King Almont by Mambrino Kio and t of All th dam Roling mare 221 tj IAt thd sameltime andplace J will stand mylne Jack ijijBillJ Gklebeli 11 n A6 10 to Insure a Living Colt Bill Goebel is 15 haads high isii sure foal getter He is by Big Mack eby Gfigi Wot f Bill GeBeliby Reverly and out of a Black aarJ hirack iffhttl best Mule Jackin th country 7Lien retaiued on all colt ustil ttitrlOflOHl is pai money due whtu colt ia foaled or arers parted irttB or t whel e L DBAKtt JJI jw a s w r WIT f7wI iJ I BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED 1 t JYITHOUT PAIN 4 i OWfto1IHapa Bloqk up stain SPRINGFIELD KY 7 All Dental Firstclass Work Strictly I DR J C MUDII 1 Jlijstoin and SurgeonI I V Office hours 8 to 9 am ito2pm Offices over Haydbns Drugstore j 1IHLampto MED f rriceioperaHouseo Office Phone No Residence No 38 I K r W F GRIGSBY 1cY t1 Yi ATTORNEYAT LAW v Once over Peoples Bank fLi SPRINGFIELD KY rtJ B HOBAEDS M WYATT s 6R BARDS HYAH- Mjsiciins and Surgeons Office over O W Hagans gro j cery opposite Presbyterian church = TDr W W Raye PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONb Office over Haydon Robert sons Drug Store t Phones Office 155 It Residence 172 t JOHN Y MAYES t FUNERAL oiCTORtT AND LICENSED EMBALMER RRton I j TELEPHONE DAY10 NIGHT 74 t SPRINGFIELD KY Ralroad Schedule L oflowing is the time schedule j now in effect on the Bafastowfc nd Springfield btanchxailroad ii No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junction 5 02 pm Bardstown 552 pm wriyet at Springfield 645 p m 4 J INO 42 Leaves Springfield at a 580 ain Bardstown 617 am Bards oiiti Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 amt rNo 43 Leaves Louisville t 730 am Bardstown Jonction J 930 am Bardstown 1115 anru It rtarrives at Springfield 1240 pmI No44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm N i Bardstown Junction 435 pm ihiC Trive at Louisville 545 pmdNo 90 Sundays onlyLeavesC Springfield af715 am BardsI da845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am bi ONo 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town 75apm arrives at Springfield S825pm f r 1fjts Ts Tafcicce SbJD ers i QWe wish to state to our friends throughcut the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect Jeef directly or indirtctly wi thIany other warehouse or wa house company We conduct aJ Striclys Incde pendent Tobiiccb Warehouse it aCommission Business and res t eICA BRIDGES Co Proprie tor Pi kf tTobaccoWarehousc Icuiville Fy 408 mo SHOES 500 Pairs ro be sold at 25 cents on tbe Dollar Sale is now on and 1l1 continue until all are s ldL 1 y r r t Can give you some remarkable JI bargains Come early and- get t choice F Ueo i ijDVtOr- T A J E II Colvin ii Blacksmith ands Woodworker j i t Wagou and- Machinery rff j Repairing a Specialty Shop at the Depot budge nextf Cf to Bob lit BUhovs Livery 4ablevve 1 TOWNLocal H Happenings of Interest Freshest and Latest i f I AllAboutYourself Friends I and Acquaintances L ftnnnIr W P Lawrence A buggy with six wheels is the latest John Lily Barber has them Florida sweet oranges three for 10 cents at Lawrences gro cery Cu1tivatbrsriding walking and tongless for sale by John Lily Barber 5 FOR SALE Six weanling mule colts J T Montgomery Fred erickstown KVIHams and shoulders wanted at W P Lawrences grocery Highest marketprice paid Seed potatoes choice stock at 100 per bushel W P Lawrencej FOR SALE I have for sale 100 to 150 barrels ofcorn Jim Arnold Texas Kv Mrs B L Litsey has for sale Buff Orpbington and Brown Leghorn eggs at 100 for 15 FOR SALE A nice Shorthorn uilcaif SJohn R Barber Did you ever see a sheep shearing machinetIts a time saver and a money saver Bar ber has it for sale MessrsWHandO F Whar on have begun the erection off two nice reideoces on Coving Ave and Virginia Good roasted coffees at 15 17 18 and 20 ctnts Try some andI be convinced W P LawreDCethe grocer Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale at 50 cents per setting of 17 Mrs Palmer Goatley R F D No 1 Springfield Ky Deafy the expert shoemaker is pt his old stand with the Bue Grass Manufacturing Co pre pared to do first class repair work LIThe freeze of Tuesday night about finished killing the fruit buds which had escaped the previouscold spell LATEST ARIVALS At the ome of Mr and Mrs Leo Hay on a sen and at the home 01c Mr and Mrs C W Stalling a- aughter Rev W Hi Williams preached at the Valley Hill schoolhouse Sunday afternoon to a good audience He also organized a Sunday School jThe Lou svill Herald iJYt and the NewsLeacler both one year for only 2 This olfer will beopan for a limited time ooli soiriow is the time to subscribe eDont you want to be curbed pf catarrh You can iif yotr wul geta Hyomei outfit from the Red Cross Drug Store Price 100 money back if it fails FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rocks exclusively A setting of 17 egcrs for 50 cents Mrs T Scott Mayes l Sprinfield1Ky Mr John M Hooker of Marian county sold his farm of 120 acres to Mrs Kate D Mays for 37per acre The sale wds negotiated by McElroy Whar ton agents Miss Cprrie Edelen has soldl her coltage which has been occupied by Mr Lenard BaRer and family to Mrs Frank Bea ven Mr Baker has moved into the Searcy fiat Rev Lawson of the Presby rian church will continue his Thursday night lecitirestontbiB BLIIe and his subJect for thic Thursday evening will be The teoeifcryot the Bible The Washingto County Breeders Association has ex ohanged their German coach stallion which was brought to this county last year and which paoved unsatisfactory for anl older and better horse The new animal is a finespeciman ofr the family of coachers Mr Richard Durham will handle him tbis season His name 1iis Nelson n and his advertisement can be found m this isue TOPICS ftnnnnn 4t4 W P ro Merritt was very on Tuesday when hertwo little chil nryand Elizabeth what she supposed to be a calomel tablet she fbdnd she had administered a morphine tablet tin stead The little ones were re J leived by an emetic and fortu nately suffered n6 serious re suits The store and contents situated at Canary this county was burned on last Saturday night The store was operated byMr Oscar Bottoms who carried 1000 insurance on his stock The store house was the property of Mr Abe Canary and was yalued at about 400 Mr Canary did not carry any insur ance The origin of the fire is unknownT j The Graduating class of 1907 Gray street Presbyterian In t urinary requests your presence at the ninth commencement exercise Tuesday evening April 23d 1907 at 8 oclock Womans Club Louisville Ky is tile way a ban somely engraved n vitation received at this office t reads The invitation contains the card of Miss Emily Byrde JRussellofi member of the graduating class i a434i a a aS NEW t PATTERN HATS v v Will be receivedevery v week during theseason giving m Y patrons and r l P the public an o portu y nity to select from the i C very latest jj a WILLIAMS I a a team of l A bowling composed Will Robertson Hugh Lee l smith Will Russell Len Allen Clifford Roberts Will Green and Theo Campbell w6nt to Lebanon i last Thursday night and got it put to em The Glen Lilies of this place went over lasttt Tuesdaynight aShd defeated the Lebanon team so badly btwo games that they refused to plays t the third t STHE SCORE GLEN LILIES 1st 2d Waters 156 180tt Campbell j 191 169 Green 182 205 v rrM j Reed 153 194 Allen 185 174 Total SUi 922 TAYLOR MADES McPherson 182 110 IcElroy 1 145 142 Kelly 203 180 Jaglowicz 160 100 Neaubauen 144 120 Total su 058 =W F Ne kirks Mother Dead Mrs Laura Neikirk a e82 years widow of the tlate Rev William Neikirk died at the hjmeof her daughter Mrs E Y Penick near Penick llast Wednesday from infirmities due to old age The funeral took place Thursday a Mays Chapel conducted by Rev eH Prather of Lebanon and the remains were laid to rest in the cerpetery there Mrs Neikirk is survived bv one daughter and son Mrs Penick and Mr W F Neikirk of this place Deceased was a woman possessed of a beautiful Christian character bndwas dearly beloved by all who knew her Notice Having sold out my business and desiring to settle all outstanding accounts before I leave town I request all knowing themselves indebted to me to call and settle at onct I will be found for a shcrt time at my old place of business C W HAGAN To Ice Consumers Wet have made arrangements to handle and deliver our owi- ice this season begining April 1st A convenient place on Main street will be secured where orders for ice in any quantity may be filled Springfield Water aqd Electri Lignt COI EfeWitits gSS Siv oooo NEW HATS I c Moderate Prices4 A Iull1iJqf stylish millinery will be placed on sale- IIat Friday and Saturday SI0350iivery reasonable prices ranging from 2 These hats are correct In every particularandl are good values4for the prices I I 1 MISS KNOTT iOpp Potoffice FERQONAL fByron Paiks is in Louisville this week Mr Will F Simms was in Leb anon Tuesday Mrs Lizzie Durrett is visiting relatives at Shepherdsville- Mrs Joseph Duncan of Bloom fled spent Friday in town y Mrs Walter Leachman is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr Charles tlr1cQl1ord spent last week in Louisville Miss Fannie Smith is the guest of friends in Winchester Mr Joe Bishop attended coun y court in Bardstown Monday Mr and Mrs Gilbert CaSpen ter spent Sunday in Perry Ville fMr S E Clements in Bardstown One day lastwaSin6rr Mr Harold Hurst of town wasin town one day last week Mr Cf W IHagati and Miss Bertha Ha don were in Lebanon Tuesday oS MessrsPerryelarks and Will Robertson spe4 Sunday in Bardstown j Y Miss Mary McCabe isi visiting her auntjics M Wi Scott of Winchester MrJ L Wimsatt is at horre again for a few days visit with his family Mr Jchn C Thompson will leave Friday for California where he will reside Mr R Y McElioy and sister Miss Rebacca of LeqlnpD were in town Tuesday rMi s Emma Nunan has re turned home after a visit to friends in Bardstown Miss Myrtle Price has re turned home home from a short in Bardstown Miss Isa Colvin and M jorie Tapp visited relatives at Bards town over SundaySMiss Fannie McElroy returned from Lebanon Monday after a weeks visit with relativesl Mr and Mrs AE Hundlev of Lebanon spent Monday with Mr and Mrs A R Shultz Mrs Ernest Grume and Miss Pearl Conner of Fred erickstown were in town shopping Tuesday- Mr James tshara the popular MackviJle merchant was in Louisville on business last week Mr and Mrs Oloyd of Harr rodsburg are with Mrs F 12 Wakefield of Maud who is very ill Mr and Mrs J Bailie Peyton rQturned to Louisville Tuesday after a week s visit with friends herevMrs William Mayes anti daughter Miss Willett left Mon day for their homey in Saiuda S C Miss Lucy Brown leturned from Lebanon Saturday after a months stavat Dr McOhords infirmary Miss Ruth Ray who vas called home from Texis by her mother death returned t Texas vesterdiy Miss Matte Durham of Camp bellsxille was a guest Of Misses Kate and AnnieMayes Saturday and Sunday I1wlrs J B RoBards and Robert RjBaids spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs RoBards parentsat Burgin Mr Percy Johnson National Bank Examiner and wife of Lebanon were guests of Mrs Fred Hagan Saturday 1Mr Harry Shader was in town one day last week Mr Shader and his wife will shortly move back to Springfield to live Mr and Mrs Charles Hoskins of CampbelSvllle visited at the home of Mrs Hoskins fatherS Mr J W Jarboe this week Mrs F R Neal went to Lou isville yesterday morning to sea her little grandaughter Miss Elsie Neal who is quite sick Mrs Carrie Durrett returned from Fairfield Monday where she had been two weeks with her daughter Mrs Wig inton Rev R E C Lawson and Mr W F Neikirk attended Presby tery at Danville Monday Tues day and Wednesday Thy will return today j ImsbeenDuncan Coover a year has resigned her position to be with her mother whose health is yery bad Mrs John Offutt of Bloom field is visiting her parents Mr Jl Ciaybrook and wife Mr Offutt spent Saturday and Sunday here and returned to Bloomfield Monday Messrs Owen Thomas John Rubel Clarence Litsey John Thomas Carter and J B Ed monds and Lee Scarce of Leb anon attended a meeting of the Masonic lodge at this place Tuesday evening Mr J R Mayes who has beeu employed ai guard at the peni tentiaTy at Frankfort has resigned that position and came jn yesterday to accept the office of Road Superintendent for this county to which place he has been elected by the Washington Fiscal Cour Mr Mayes has r nttd the Brady facmr next Texas and will move lITs family r to that place Offers Reward Toe following proclamation offering a reward for informa tion leading to the arrest and deIsntobacco district was issued by Gov Beckham today Frankfort KyTApril 9 Proclamation of reward Corn monwealth of Kertucky Execu tive Department Whereas Numerous complaints have been made tone of the wanton destruction of property in Western Kentucky towit Beds of to b cco plants and warehouses wherein tobacco has been stored for keeping and for sale and whereas ythe banding together of persons for the purpose of destroying such prcperty or to intimidate persons in charge of same is denounced as a felony by our statutes and isa menace to the peace and good order of the Commonwealth v Now know ye that by virttle of the authority vested in miejby law I do hereby offer a reward of 500 for he apprelierisiofi and conviction bf every person who participates in the burning or injury of any barn or iv are house wherein is stored any to bacco or who participates in UK destruction of any bedof tobacco plants such reviraiU to be paid upon allowance of the Cir cuit Court having such jurisdic tion In ttestimony whereof I have hereunto set raylhand and caused the great seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed Djneat Prankfoit this 8th day of Apul HI07 and in the 115th year of the Commonwealth Signed J C W BECKIIAM By the Governor H Y ftlcCHESNEY Secretary of State qBy W F GRAYOT Assist Secretary of State Th5 reward offered by the Governor is under the so called tollgate raiders law of 1897 and is covered bisection 1241 A of the Kentucky Statutes which provides that any two or more persons banding together to in jure property shall be guilty of felony and upon conviction shall be confined in the penitentiary not less than one nor mono than five years THis law making such a con spiracy a felony thus gives tin Governor power to offer the re I Advance Showing of The Palmer GarnMt 1 t FOR SPRINGANDSUMMER AT THE BIG STORE ye have the exclusive sale of this justly celebratedl make of Ladies and Misses Suits and Coats The styles are in accordance with the latest dictate of Fashion The Fabrics are especially selected The workmanship is thorough I We want everyone to see our large stock of I Readyto Wear Garments all kinds You will find here some special good things in Ladies white Lawn IIOf Waists from 50c to 5 each Silk Shirt Waists 298 to 6 Sateen P tt ts 98c up Silk Petticoats 5 up Full stock of Ladies sIinUnderwear Kim nas Wrappers and Dressing Sacques t I We are showing the newest Lasts in lAadi s Slices and Ojcfords LI Wear anxious to Show You Favor us with a call I The ROBERTSOSCLAYROOKE CO KBJust Received New Dress Goods Silkssandd Trimmingg r i Ii Its Worth jg traveling a llong distance Sj to have your teeth extracted i Without Pain or Danger Ii o All work guaranteed S L G CRUME D D s S t m II I Bardstown ICy n 3 3 33 3 33 = ward of 500 for information leading to the arrest and convic tion of any guilty person The 1iw also allows the em ployment of two detectives to aid in the work of securing in formation though it provides that not ore than 3000 per year shall be spent for this pur pese tfu r List List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky PO weak ending April 11 1907 t Albert Ghoat Austin Clark Mrs E H Cocancugher IrsRuthaHendricks Joe Goatleyr Mrs John Goodman Mrs WJeyrite M Goinesj Miss Ofd McReynolds Peter Robin Miss Fanny Warren Persons coning lor theseletters will please say advertised und give date of listit W A Watersi P M FOR SALEA good blat mare asowand7 pigspd 5 shoats M Reed irl f dvNo 1 Springfield l Ky The Weekly CourierJqunal is on a boom Its circulation has grown wonderfully in thfe past few months deservedly No better paper is published any where than the weekly Courier Journal Henry rWattersons editorials are till printedn the j Weekly j Notice For the next 90 davs we win wire houses for electric lighting purposes at the actqal cost of mat ria and labor Avoid the danger bf the coal QllJlamp ex explosions by having electric lights installed inyour house Springfield Water Light Co rElectricl w- NESONflII NO 2381 i I Imported German I F e CoachHOrseS 4 The Washington County Breeders Association hw brought on for this season this great horse which proven to be a good breederand be will make the HIbuffof 1907 at the farm of Richatd Durham four miles Springfield on the Pleasant Run and Lebanon tnrnpik i Fi15 To Insure r a Living Colt j i Description and Pedigree Nelson II is a solid black 16 bands one inch high and weighs 1375 pounds He has good style fi plenty of i action He is sure to Impart strength form and siat 0I ihis offspring Nelscn II was bred in Germany byO V Altwanii HorseStudcountryby1tt971 and his first dam was Otto II 892 h Horse owners and breeders are invited to call at JirDurhams farm and see this fine horse For Iurfherin DurhamPreidenti E I Washington Co Breeders Association 1 444 4t F NOTICE I t p Having bought of Co W Hagu kk ff ftstock of Groceries etc willl contMHw 1f the business at the same stand Wilt keep for the trade a frh ur toriUt I stock of everiythinff good to 4 tSCOUNTY PRODUCE WANTED = z A Square Deal Is MyNfetto P lIOt A IHj Bring me yow Lmumky I inir i 1 t tiipn laundry Ask for FiirV l MaH fticaid all kind of soft M k 0 fP + ZI WhtyuJi WntcIf i J VethlYors i 0P r = j zra r pLAWRENCES It Y J hJ 0 = evalaW uggeitiooi re IiD Mtrlj plaiting of to hue btea ytTM by E H Msthewot aprK6ie6l toboco VSI of Appoaaftttoxooanty rEssaysMay oiL fftrmendoi litI tally alive W thi a ttH mrJr M MII i with late crop of tobacco Date SJ iIbcoi ldOIIlYIioaw advu tpa it w traeand thrrwiIl iia V probaWyApme a Moas now and 4J tbetl when late crops wjlijRlVei S 1u1sm Such uuup1 4 e6Mtot be Ioreezd how c i v8l1aDi ia mskiapu for Jbe3wiEis the av9t aftOn 4 aut be oonaed arfiiiiifeniof the 55Il AvoeaL iid ft f ltsEnhstJH ibfc that the coofnigi h aaiihiMYy dew of tb ill ask tJw WbfrOco thicker aSdTw gIRiy As a matter of fact if this iis adobtodly true but fntbs benefit derived is large J ff1 iisisghttary What really happens in the ii cooltrv wtatberis not an actual addisjf to th5e sibstanc of the t lef Mdf net Incr A eia the w l Jt hatVMie but rather I a it1 t tb cool weather causes a rssrdatkxiof growth and a full ioic or shrinking of the lea in thickening which happens at J the exptase of spread so that the acttoal pounds of leaf har vestedis m moat cues less for r a late crop than tor an early onf r other things such as soil fer i illity etc being the same To bjptcco is a hot weather plant- o lord it makes real growth best when both days and nights are warm ThCool fall weathar in ad ditiOfJi to causing a smaller al f though om what thicker leaf v causes alsok hardening or lignK IOfving of the leaf tissues so that while the leaf is thicker it is also more woody and less clastic Ignoring all other points for the moment it is thus doubtfi if what appears to be a gain that is increased gumminess and thickness is not more than offset I by reduced size of leaf and loss in net weight produced on a gwen a res and by loss in las ticity of stretchiness t Re t ilthe gfeaQ restorer We tire oar muscles by exercise arid then I rest to restore them yet a great tof Ol itcp t 1 1t howS litt1erMt we give to our stoi As 0 usual thing no part of our bodies cliistisWorked stomach will give signs of 1 r dltresi to whicc we pas no heed uh tilt at last Dyspepsia tahep hold t Indigestion is jtut a warning and if we heed the warning we can easily avoid futber consequences Kodol is a Most thorough stomach relief It ISdigests what you eat and gives the 1 1somacli the needed rest and greatly asaistBiri restoring to its norma iiactivityf and usefQlness Kodol is iwldohR gurantee relief plan It Is sold here by the RM Cross Drag Stcre Indian Relics Mr T W Davenport brought rU f to The Herald office the other day some reIuinere1icsof the t tdays whfnthfs country wastthe A home or the hunting ground ofr the noble Red man Tfces relics consist of a stone etoahawk and six or seven flint Whdwhich the Indians i1ed in their warfare against the whitest Mir Davenport found these on his farm having plowed them up He says that all the indications point to tbe fact that thespot where they were foundI was the grave of an Indian andI that the tommLhawk and arrow Sliadg had been buried with the Indian as was the custom with many of the tribes that infestedI 0 tJ9A C K A C H HagoodJ ZtCardul has peri odinsfrregulari ty down sen r4satiocts headache dlz zinessbacklw 6tC o 1t1 iw r KekT 0frt1Cx perditions Years ago it Was a common occurrence to unearth umbEr of those old Indian Warfare reI lies but lit late years they are seliosft found On the farm x the Messrs LaRue north oi town tb re has been hundreds olt them found the place being a knoUton which was situated a tort and many arettb biitles that took place tberbetwer tbeladians and the whites j Th sre are other points in the Bounty where they were burner ous but they were generally found at spots whertibattles had occurred or where Indi ns had been Juried Hodgenville Her Ji ItCir11 Jklmiat orr t1ziSiverth years since my luugs weria so badly a1Tecjted ttilii1 may Eemgrrhages writes A M e0f Wood Ind I took treatment with several physicians with out any benefit I then started to take FoleY13 Honey and CTar and myi lungs Ire now assound as i b l1eti I recommend it in advanced stages of lung trouble Foleys Honey and Tar Stops the cough and heals tbeI lungs and prevents seri sresultsi froa cold Refuse substitutes Sold py the Red Cross Drug Store Great Farm James B Haggn the million aire who has tat his Elmendorf farm near Lexingtcn Ky the largest stud of thoroughbred horses hi the world and who proposes soon to establish at Elmendorf a magnificent dairy to supply Lexington milk indicated by his purchase last Fridyof the Grasmereherd of ShOrthorn cattle owned by the late William Warfield that he intends to make Elmecdqrf as famous for the productions of Shorthorns as it has been for other fine stock The Grasmere nerd is one of the mostramous- Shorthoncollections in America and embraces many representa tives of the Young Mary Rose of Sharon Young Phyllis Josephine and other illtfstripus finqiiiies among Shorthorn cattle Farmers Home Journal N1iee To our Custoiur We are pleased to announce that FolejY8Honev and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not effectIt idedbyDrug law as it contains no opiates or oiri7rrnfdT augand we recom mead it as a safeTeinedy for children and adults Sold fay thij Red Oros Drug store v A Whistler WiL Mooreif bfvGardwell Washington county enjoys the distinction of being able to whis tie two airs of the same tune at once Theother day in fee5 Herald office he gave an exhibii tion of his musical power HeI carried the tenor and alto in perfect time in soft musical tone of that good old hymn Jest si Lover of My5 Soulu He hi been requeSt dtowhistle this hymn next Sunday evening at the big union meeting under the auspices of the Young Business Mens Club HarrocUburg Her ra1d Strange Case t Mr J A McCrosky vholives in the McAfee neighborhood re cently lost a very valuaole cow despite his strenuous efforts I to saveher useful life The animalIj which bad abundantly supplied the family milk and butter for several years gradually lost herIappetite and finally refused nourishment and grew podrtr and weal daily Various rem dies as suggested by neighbors L j r E I Sof Sylvia Tenn about my terrible backache and monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders I I 1had suffered this way nine years and five doctors had failed1 to relieve me On your advice I aook i Wine of Cardui which atonce relieved my pains and now I am entirely cured IIamsure that saved my life I It is a safe and reliable remedy for all female f isl I aiii1g IIE with ruE ADVICE Write us letter deszibing all youMvlceIn1ddrpss Ladles Advisory Department TheC pMe4kIaeCoChatu soceaTenn J13 f I tLe i4100Jtott1e Try it I Ifi AIDUFlw W r For the Children To succeed these days you must hive plenty of grit cour ace strength How iis it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The children cannot poulbly tutve eood health unlesathe bowels are in proper copUltlon Cor rect nTConitp tion by RlTinc im Iaxatiy- edoselotJersPiUAIlvegeta blIesugarcote2l WZ 0 Ayer Lowell XI-A1N lItUtunn of BAit ijersAGUR JV bay ello SeerSta We publish the far ialM of our medicine were tried in vain Her horrs were bored for hollow horn pext her tail was split to cure hollow tail drenches and purgatives availed nothing and so the cow after several weeks of suffering died Mr McCrosky performed a postmortem examination and discoyered the cause of the agonizing death In her stomach he first found one of his shirts then a pair of stockings and two or three childrens undergarments These garments were missed from the clothes line but it was supposed by the family that they had been stolen until the cow was disstedHerald- L i W YL 0 havea tortid liver vlaen Herbine thc only liver regulator will help you There is no reason why you shouh suffer from Dyssepsia Constipatioi Chills and Fever or any liver corn plsinta when Herbine will cure you FC Waite Weatville Fla writes I was sick fora month jjith chills and fever and after takinStwo bot ties of Herblne am well and healthy Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Sheep Killed Mir J S Uudorwood wbc lives in the vicinity of Moreland Iqst a number of head of his fiDE sheep Monday night as the re ult or a raid on the part o orthless dogs One of hi neighbors lost forty head on thE same night end other farmer lot less heavilv Altogether the farmers around Morelanc lost a out 1000 worth of sheej during one night All of thE AL ncoln county dog fund for thu year will be required to pay thE Moreland farmers rdr the los sustained The ucixt lesislatur shpuidirdise the tax on logs t 15pa head Danville Herald Nothing is more uncomforta ble th an indigestion nothing i easier to to cure if you tise Mi o na stomach tablets TheRe Croes Drug Store sells them Under w gurantee to refund thi money if they fail sMuch Mixed Two prominent citizens wer discussing local option JJ fey days ago and the wet advocat called t elrlryt adn oU crank For this abusive Ian guage he was fined 2 andcos in the police court in all o His attorney Captain Corn thereupon made a motion tha the cost be taxed at 50 cent The attorney claims that undo the statutes the arresting office in misdemeanor cases is onl allowed 50 cents and that thE City Council by ordinance bai no right or powerto make thE cost higher than stipulated bJ- a the statutes Judge Grimes hai the matter under consideration and should be decide that the 3 costs is legal Attornpy Corn will turn bis clients body over to the court and the prominent citizen will go o the work hous- ctopayit and wijll then bring suit against the town for false imprisonment he paving signifi ed a willinecess to suffer the iignominy offthe r ckpile in Oder t Etet it On the other hand should Judge Griraesrideciied that the officer is entitledtoo- nly050cen FOlice3 in the years a lone can if they so desire claim that Jf2 50 be re funded to them Tha decisioi is awaited withreit interest Harrodsburg Herald TJicPaiceufMIi The price of health inma larious district is just 25vcents KingsNewlayton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and iihv part new life acd vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guar and by Haydon tRobertson druggists 1 U rrz vv i Tw i kit itp DI Robertson 8 toJ= HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL i4t1 Farming Implements and Tool s oft p S Seeds Clover Timo thy Alish- aBlueGiRed iTop Sapling 4fo Northern white 4 Oats etc 4 HARNESS Buggy harness r Plow Wagon and all kinds of iistrap goodsI AD IA IRE E C CO t MANUFACTURED AT ADRIAN MICHIGAN Made of the best hard steel wire thoroughly galvanized The locks not slip they are not driven down on the wlrefience not a wire is injured 16 cross to tne rod The heaviest woven wire standard farm fence on the market WRITE fOR PRICES AND DESCRIPTION f AND OF ALL 1j G A FULL LINE OF i t A Child Sermon On onO occasion Hinrrj and Eddie two little brothers took It into their beads to have church As Harry wus the older qt the two he said Ill be Uie preacher and preach you a ser mon Well said Eddie and Ill be the people And so Harry began by annoumInff his text My brethren my text today is Be kind There are some little texts In the Bible for little children and this is one of them- FlNtlyBe kind to father Dont bother him when hes busy Dont make a noise when his bend allies Father has to work hard and earn money i Secondly Be kind to mother Dont make her tell you several times to do the same thing My brethren we ought to mind right off Thirdly Be kind tto Mary She small anti lame and cant talk plain- Finally my brethren be kind to the cat Amen Brooklyn Eagle The Flying ThlmMe Have a thimble whiclreasHy fits your forefinger of yOur llht hand and lay the finger with thim le ourthe palm of four lleft which yet then close Now r withdraw the finger minus the thimble The company will naturally imagine that it Is In the left hand but on open I ing It they are astonished to see 4t empty The secret is that you do not place the thimble in the left Land at all but In the act of laying the fore finger of the tight hand on the left you quickly bend the singer stud leave Use thimble secreted uetivecn the hall of your thumb and the rooNlie fore finger only pladlng the hare linger in Use left This you instantly close and then withdraw the forefinger You can I eventually produce the thimble Yrom four pocket ar show it again on the dp of thf forefinger by a reverse noTti ment t v Cie IiA Chicago pliyslelnu was one flay called to Attend a sick child in a 3shnly genteel quarter of the Winfly City I Madam said the doctor tto the mother you should send this child Into the country for several weokn a each summer I am sorry to shy doctor respond ed the woman that we are vet rich enough to do thnt Then suggested the lhtd lull have her sent by the fresh air fund Oh doctor exiilulnied the woman we are not poor enough Harpers Weekly lTooSelfish CItiman Whats the matter with nil I you SwamphnrHt fellows You dont seem to like my friend Backlotz Sul bubs No hes selfish Cithuan t come now SulibitbsHThatH what he Is A barn near huts caught fire the other night and he put It out without waiting for the reHt of us members oft the Swamphurst Hose to reach Hle- scenePiiiiadelpliin Public Ledger l The Comfortable Fortune r What Is your idea of a comfortable fortune asked the ambitious youth 20Onb answered the man of expoi1 enee that big enough to buy you everything yon want and not big I enough to attract the attention of the Mild lnrvWashlnpton Sbr A pinker of Tnllr Yes Miss Gay In great at keeping the conversational bball rolling Why I didnt suppose she was a great talker She Isnt but the things she does keep the other women tnlkiiigNew Orleans TliucsDemoernf 4 humS Iuxtirr phone for you Mr Oatcake asked the solicitor eUreplied the old farmer I duane but what yew mlhttlmtiset I kin use it t call up tfl cows at milklu tim- eTHE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In iThe Red I I Clover Bids 51tem torn and thi bowels A certain Hooey Bee relief for croup and is on erenr opiniCOUihNearly txjttle couth cures are constipating especially contaln1niOplAtes Kennedys LeisUre Honey it Tar pores the bowels contains no Opiates V KENNEDYSi LAXATIVE TnieIarkt HONEY rxxrAKzo uiBo or E a ReWITT A CO CHICAGO Ua A 3 J 1 J il Oi033 Dru Stjre r mentsgjC- hatfanooga5 t ttorsTO11bacco GraingDrills POULTRY FIELD FENCE KINDS UPTODATE HARDWARE AND GROCERIES P- tt thep fjCant ORIGINAL LAXATIVE ITAft Ilmple rwrEven ourGrandfathers knew what BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT will do A CONVINCING PROOF t of worth of a medicine Is the cures It can effect Everyone who has used Ballards Snow Liniment knows that llj will RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS CURE BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V L SettleRichmond Motrltsurr41s Is to ceItlfy that I have used your Snow Liniment for ten years for rheumatism neuralgia mute back and in every case it has rendered iminedmto relief and satisfaction all Substitutes Three Sizes 2c SOc S 100 IAvoid SNOW LINIMENT CO SOOS02 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO and Recommended bySSold Red CrossDrug Store 4 1v iLDIAMOND V OXfORdS Arc madeover special Oxford Lasts and clasp the foot perfectly at l J points fitting snug up under the arch and at the heel without unsightly bulging at the sides This unusual oxford quality makes Diamond Brand low cuts worth asking for TRY IF HASJfTTHW J JRSVEMAKEMOffE HNE SMOES THAN r ANY OWE MOUSE ili- INTHnSWE5T OO OO OOOO O OOOOO O That hacking cough continues gi Because your system is exhausted and tC your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scott s Emulsion 0 gItbuilds up and strengthns your entire system oItcontains Cop Liver Oifand Hypophosphites soc 0prepared that it eato take andeuy digest 0DRUGGISTS i AND 100 0AUtGotGotC MtGo tGo 3I tiara of the EyabfffoM The eyebrows should brushed to keep them smooth und cJeait the rfumj as the hair Pure petroleumi Jelly ap plied with a tiny biusli ttbe ro Iliot the eyelashes cause them to grow and It will not Injure the eyes It should also be applied to the eyebrOws If you wish them to prow Be carofulk crt to get tiejeliy over the forehead as Jt will cause hair to grow Where It s not desirable Flaky Ceilings Roughened flaky callings ma rented with a wushonlumZlnd rnter In proportions of one ounce of lam ta one quart of water This will emove the superfluous lime which has aused the roughness and make the oiling fresh and white Cracks In the latter may he tilted with a pnste made f whiting ralseJ with1iie water or tINned plaster and water J t f I tho etc all is to will and rs Iou It Is well to reweflilHjr thjit hrsiHiiMonds iud Imiji triuituint Qt Lit metaltbeof lacquer coverlntfi Wlplifg with a liitb1itfl7e1iticJot3s foI1u Yvd l y brisk nibbing wUhn dry one Is flll that thy ivinlrc It a cleinlny cvn potluj be applied tin chances are that the article will be nilm dv Store Than Likely Romantic He with his arm around her waist AH this seems so famfllSr to me darlluj the quiet nlghti tim IIIWOHtclIII WIlliam It Is marc lltsly a ouicipry of some previous swcetheartnefeteoH Neglected calumny soon expires Show that yon are hurt and you r lye the appearance of trutb Tacitus = DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE BYV t B p LAKE i r Real Estate and Insurance S finafieldKtt pgfieldbam plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No4 255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All ot the Jarni ready for the plow Price 00 peracre Noi 107 acr seveumiles from Springfield ll nty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns well watered onehalf mile from schoolhouse and church Good to bacco lland Price per acre lo No9 65 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 lOS acres seen miles from Springfield 15 acres good tim ber plenty good tobacco land good largedwellingon railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house iriSpringfield Well located No 16 196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in goqd repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres m blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of waten Price 30 No 18 17t acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good plke3j miles from depot one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings acres bottom land 60 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19 275 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good Vells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice- house carriage hoase alJ utbulldings new Price t50 No 20 250 acres nine miles from goodtenhuttwo stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass line orchard 30 an acre Np 21 00 acres good wire fence plenty locust pot 4 miles from Springfield Price No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 515 per acre No 23 139J acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acresof tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Mu3 one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plehty of water Price 3c per acre Np24 1C6 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 roonc dwelling in good repair 2 fobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib icI house hen house meat house cabin 25 acresof bottom land fence in good repair Price 800 per acre t No 25 248 acres S2J miles from Springfield I room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft undei pining laid in cement water in every field all jear fine set of grass 31 acres of corn this year No 27 70Iacres6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine Wen milk house hen house smok house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom laud Price 1800 No 28 160 acres 3mUesfrom Springfield on good road 34nile from pike plenty of tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy iYmentSSNo 34 231 acres in NeLson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bards town 6 miles frorq Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft Gacres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of frm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story paipted ma chine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson county Price 00 per acre All limestone land No 35 22 acres fine land in the cde of Spi ingfield Willl sell as a whole or tiideI it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36 House and lot seven room dwelling hath room Lot 70x210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot t d cold wter all over louse One of best peighborhoods in town 3000 jrODSpringfield dwellingline ntistockNo 39 10234 acres good four room dwelling tobacco barnholds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plentyI df water both stock and domestic good fence tine tobacco land Ji mites from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40 Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all outbuildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41 220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon dwellingbuiltNever failing spring in yar3 milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barni one stock barn will hold seventyve mutes Buggyhouse and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment onehallmilesgood goodbarnoflocalNo 46 fromSpringfiel finetimberrn wen feQcepnceIrimSpringfield tenacresometimber18acresacreselghtmi1espike 8 room acretobaccolandgoodandschoole No fromSprinlIfieldroomdwellingplentytobaccogood closetodepot 50peracre fromBlopmfieldi a tobaccogrowingpart flyeroomtitentyfivegrassfinewaste land routePricedweuinffBcorncribacresfineOne moneydownyears Price 24 per acre cityproperty andCovington propertyfield Ive got itat any price fromSpringfieldbarn holds 12 acres of tobajcco plenty theQestnelgbborhoods Wholefarmper fNo 56 265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile fron pike close to church and school 8 rpom dwelling barnPrice No 57 163 acres 3 miles North of roomdwelling acresfinepostswellper acre fromSpringfieldtobaccO barn good stable and meat house milk house fine well and fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land close to church and school Price 30 per acre fromSpringtobacco barn and two stock barns locustbluegrass plenty of t dado land Price l5000vv V No 61 I25 acres S miles from Springfield 20 acres of virginr sollSroom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn buggyhouse15 acres of tobacco land dyeUlngtobacco sOJlletimbermilesfromB1oomfield No b3 t 180 acres in Nelson county v room dwelling oh pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fitre tobacco land plenty of water One of the best tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre No 64 121 acres 8 miles from Springheld on Mackville pike 5 room arnnewsmoke house and granary Plenty of fruit SO acres of Hoe tobacco lland 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price Jg5 per acre No 85 170 acres 5 iriileS from goodfencbarn new with metal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land finetobacco I 54250 per acre No 66 loff acres 8 miles from Springfield 12 mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock Some timber50acres of tobacco land Good fence All in grass Price 20 per acre No 67 acres 7 mIres from roomdwel1ingbacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuildings 70 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres offifleStobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre fNo 68 180 acres 8 roots brick dweljing ingobdepair well fenced tine rlver bottom land plenty of timber fine tobacco land lriCl GOjper acre l qscllneriverand fine tobacco land t Price i58 per acre dwellingSbottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price per acre Louisville isBodming es1A rallus of only 6 mfel- TUwdstl WORLD Oli Inthemurth1SjSeUef1WOO i If lj sewer pipe wood n boxes Md In pndacinc hatbWGMMIICIt i 1j 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