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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ywj r w r 7 I BLISH1THE s 1 NEUSIEADERk 4c d j c ctt q NEW SERIES VOL XIV NO 16I PfflIGFIELDWMHINGTONcOUN1y KENTUCKY APRIL 18 1907 sioo 1nA c I bkft F TRUSTY r PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice t JVntal work reasonable prices 11 work guaranteed 2 SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles southeast of LJcxiwfirton 59 mites from Loiiiyilte on Bardstown branch ol LiIyiI1e and Nashville lailroad in a farming and agricultural district TwoiBanks telegraph and telephone tIne expres office flour mills lumberyard Popeatioa 1700 population of wmmtr 15000- Ufepresentative in Congress Hon D- iLSith HodgenvUle Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis ature Hon V D Clay irooke Ia Keprescmtative in Sta1 e Senate Hon Hkrrr Lancaster Lebanon Kv I County Directory CIRCUIT COURTS Circuit Court begins on the fourth t goy in February May sud Octo bsr IH Tnurman Judge RL Durham Commonwealth At iriey t b R6btANoe Clerk M G I eachm Df Master Commiss eer V = QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third tfonday in each month B I Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County CcAirt meets on the fourth Monday in ech mouth BIIiitsey Judge irW Booker County Clerk TliMayes County Attorney- George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oabourne Sheriff Sam An4 rionf Dick Ed Ishanftt Depntie James F Moore County Surveyo- rr P OBryan Assessor 5iv T Mitchelir Deputy Xq1ertNoe Treasurer vjMMontgbmery CoronetI JSBush Sapt of CEola aChop1J POSprfngfie1d qiTY COURT a Jxme A R4Noe Police Judge 4 JohnGraceMarshaU YiF Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT JntIceCour1s are held in January April July and ctober Church Directory t METHOD ST CHURCHfRev G W Lyon et Tice onTthe First and Third Suudays la each month at 11 a m and Op mJ SnndsySchoolcvery Sunday atlO amn Prayer mieHng every Wednesday aJgqt 1J =CATHOLICICHURCH r Rev P F Hennessarj Pastor Ser vices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock ajm Services at St Rose same lioura a PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHll fv11E C Lawson Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am tad at1pmSunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer meetin v er y Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor = Preaching every Snnday at 11 am and 745 p 111Sunday School every y Suriday at 930 aim Prayer meeting eVery Tuesday evening at 7l4S oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge Ko 50 meets first and third Monday et each month WashinGton R A Chapter No 57 seet every second Tueadav Springfield Council No 52 meets on verv tourth Monday KKIGHTS of Tim MACASEKS Meet jj trbmo FOtEYS tUDIE AN TAR The iriginal IAXATIYE C8tIah refedf 60 InajfteeMJ8r Tet bpdy Sold everywhere I1M ltML r MONEYnd TAltisi im JlllCuce Refiaghetjtt- 1 s PrI41dyky 1fo1hlIift Chk lile byBei CrtsrgS r m H a J UU ltiiri ROUND OF TflLK I111 4e II MMM IIletMHii SpringWa1dng A snowdrop lay m the sweet IuComeCome out But sha Iliy quiet still and she heard nesound Asleep saia the Sun lNo douott The Snowdrop heard for she raised her head Look spry n said the Sun look spry Its warm said the Snowdrop herein bed HOb fie said the SUDohI feP You call too soon Mr Sun you do No no said the sunuQh no Theresa something above andc I cant see through Is snow said the Sun justsnowS But I say Mr Sun are the robins here May be said the sun May bell l There wasnt brd when you called last year Come out said the Sun hand see The snowdrop sighed for she liked her nap eAndsightdBut she popped out of bed in here white nightcap pThatsThat rightsAnd soon as the small nightcap was seen A robin began to sing The air grew warm and thev gra s turned green c Tis spptiqlaughed the SunE Tis spiiingjSfc Nicholas 7 WFUL ATTACK rbe little recital contained in this column last week of the condition t of feeling in Lebanon resulting from the recent local option election has stirred up a lion in the person of the editor of the Falcon Brother Thornbury shakes his tawney locks and comes at us like a British man of war in a rough sea He dips his ponderous pen and delivers the following broadsideu Many alsehoods and misrepresentat tiofns are being circulated aboutll he Condition of affairs in Leba I ir resulting from the t local option election While there l was considerable feeling engen dered by the campaign that isf now regarded as past and al our people seem content to accept the new condition and cheerfully bidtbe result Therefore we are ready to pronounce the fol lowing article taken from the Springfield NewsLeader a dis torted or exagerated statement of facts ora deliberate lie If getting ready to pronounce the awful charge causes such a brainstorm on the part of our brother we shudder to anticipate the effect on him when he really ii pronounces As for ourselves We have received our warning 11thetion of the bursting of the Brain storm i nAY upOh April 3d the jm special license tax qn all businesses and professions in the town of Springfield Was due anJI the delinquents will be notified toI step up and payThs special license tax caused some com plaint when it was ffrst levied several years ago but now every IiandIi i grumbling The revenue from this source is quite ad item in tha towns finances and the citi zans would be denied the benefit ii of many public improvements were it not for this income The dog license is also due again and i there is expected to be a thinning out of the dog population The t inauguration of the dog tax last year by the way started a new fashion among dogs It became quite the thing for town dogs to make a visit to the country When the tax collector came t aroundhe was informed in many cases that certain dogs bad been sent to the country It was sup posed that they had taken up their abode in the country perm nentiy but it developed in som instances that the visit was orly a limited one and had for dogLaxGrace says heis on toihescheae now however and will ee that no guilty dog escapes Blltu by a 8SDiIer Through blood p oasoniunr caused by a spider bite John Washington of Boqueville Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores had be not been persuaded to try Bucklens Arnica Salva He writes The first application relieved and four boxes healea all the sores Heals every sore 25c at Haydon Robertson drug store Saloon Meri WinI Paris Ky April 11The local option campaign1 in Paris which for years been the only wet spot in Bourbou county came to a close to night when the wets rolled up a sugstantial majority of 282 The campaign has been mark d by a great deal of feeling i and was bitterly contested Allay long bands of music follow d by women and children i aradefi the streets Prayer meetings were held on thei tre5b I is church bells were rung and every effort made to in J fluence the vote but the wets t bad the call and got in their 1 ote early There was no dis order of any kind4 The race was t especially interesting from tile act that this is the home of Bourbon whiskv Hundreds of visitors from Maysville Lex3nR ton Cynthania Ht Sterling l Carlisle and other central Ken tucky townswerehere as spec l tators It as the most strenu i ous campaign eves known in P c arlsJGIlrd BOurrli2I of tbcIugi Sdveral years sinee my luugs were so badly affected that t had many hemorrhages writes A M Ake of Wood Ind I took treat ment with several physicians with ut any benefit I then started to- ake Folers Honey and Tar aria my lungs are nowasaoundas a bullet recommend it in advanced stages oflunlftrouble Foleys Honey arid Tar toPs the cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Refuse snbstitntes t o14 py the Red Crois Drug Store I Presbytery CUxts t t i The Presbytery of Transyl J vania adjourned last evening t after a busy seesion of two days A spirited debate arose over c the question of sending an overii ture and the Assembly to ap point a permanent committee ontt Temperance the effect of whfch would be to bring vptbis subject t in all the courts oftbe churcht t It was opposed on the ground assemId been pronounced and emphatic land that the appointment of such a committee would betoI introduce into all our church i courts discussions and legislation on one of the greattpolUcal iqiiesticns of the day contrary to the coDstitotion of the church as a purely hitual body Rev William Wegginson orfe of the general Sunday School Super mtcndents of the cburch made an interesting address in the morning and again in the ing evenI Proteiomissioners to the General As sembly to meet In Birmingham MayA episodes was the byter1byvolume memoirs of David Rice the pioneer whose monumentIstands near the speech which was delivered inILj delightfully fraternal spirit waif appreciated by the Presbytery sUitable1termswa9oderedthaf the vo me bt deposited in the liberityof the Louisville Theoli iciil Seminaryl The next njeeting tit the Pres bytry will be held in Mfddles bdro Danville Advocate Use Kenned3 Litktlve Cbfc syrup cjpljktQ like its pleaiuia hetltiMt drivaf tintthe cold through the bowels Jade la strict conforaukt toPureotid Driigr LawR ec oBll ended and told by The Red Cross Drug S tei Death of Spmw MartSi A Sparrow nee Xn man of thtf J nsoiton commin ity died at 6 oclock on the morning of 4he 10th of Aprili 1907 from a cancer of the breast Her funeral was preached the following ay t y R L Purdom Bethlehem church from Ecclefr 812 Yet surely I know that it shall be well with them that fear God II after which her re mains was laid to rest id the cemetery The deceased was both in Marion county on the 3d of tf1Mr1817 Eleven children ftirere born to this union six of whom preceeded her ipto the great eyohd She joined tfeeBaiHjst ihurch Sep 1870 and was a main lr of the Bech 5rove church it thelhe time of her deth1It Xnld truly be laid of her u it ftlmes wasThat she w apjood woman Sister Sperkowb vas of those old fashion 1JhrIstianlh n the midst of congregation andf ould impress you as beog a rood wife mother and riendand nTthat you loye to eetndhi eel betterby haying met tarsshe will b dlymiSsedilin theH iomei church and ommuitityp ro the bereaved ones we exfEndtt mr sympathy i AFnJNbh u aliJ1ii1lt L stbeessenfla1i choracterUtic of meas id vroman Invaluable tbpoodliOal ess men ed htces jMty to house wives woman ahovrs good judgment when jhe buys Whites Cream Vertnifnge srher baby The best worm reedDiine ever offered to motltr Many ndeed are ihe seqsible mothers Who vrlte expressing their gratitude for the good health of their children tVbich chey owc1o the use of Whitet 1 ream Vermlfnce Sold by the Red roRs Vnig Store tt Dies at Bar toWD Bardstown lyHon Jasper W Muir died at his residence tere as a reiultofa stroke of poplexy suffered three years go He was eighy1our years id and was oniof the most rominent men in this cocamuni v He was a pioaeer lawjer ofI he Bardstown bar Having been partner of the celebrated Bent Irdin when that lawyer waS t he height o his fame Mr 4uir was a veteran of the Mexii An warS formerly school sup ntendent of Nelson county and vas a member offthe last consti utional convention He relm eOflawaboutlJIhirty S f the wealthiest men in Nelson i Je is survived by his widow and even childrenI TtIBIoEATll 1eliildofR Fter M tDMthjn otri- We Maier i t A SAD ACCIDENT JheeighteenMr andMrs Rufus Foster came to its death in a most horrible manner on last Thursday morn ing at the home of her parents on High Street Springfield Mr Foster who iis in the employ of the telephone company was away from home at the tim of the sid occurence and ther was no one in the ramwith the child except hrsister who lless thaI three years of age anc who was unable to telTjust how the accident occurredrMrs Foster had arisen ancf dressed the two children and having lighted the fire in the kitchen stove was preparing to ge breakfast She had stepped outJ to the well to get a bucket o j water when she was summonedI back to the room by a sCream off alarm from the older child Onl entering the house the mother was horrified to see her little baby enveloped in flames She quickly seized the child and smothered the lames with her dress skirts but not until the oor little infant bad been fatally i The child lived for five ours in great agony About the only reasonable theory to count or the occurence is that the lothing of the little one was ignited from a match in the in the hands ot its oldest who itseems has propen ity for striking matches The axonts had been Very careful tokeeptheir little daughter knowing of b failing but the mother reIl lebersl jf lailaiorwton the taqIeoneofwbJchoj be used to light ihe fire m the stove and She supposes she must have lleft the other one where the little girl discovered it1 and pro ceeded to strike andthe clothing f the littlesister became ignited 1d101 from theflame The sad occurenc was a great blow to the young parents and the JtfewsLeader joins with their many friends in offering sympathy TOO remains of the little one were taken to Willisburg ofif Friday and buriedISt ad Lluffri Cr14d Orino laxative Fruit Syrup cures stomach asd liver trouble as it akk digestion any stimulates the liverC and bowels without irricatine theseborgans like pjlto and ordinary tics It cures indfgestjctti aid sick eeadacee and chronic constipation Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mUd ands pleasant to take Refuse eubstituhea Sold by the Red Store Highest in HUtory j Live nlutton values hay gr ually worked to the hirbAst point f the year in fact lambs area IelUn at the loftiest figures In- rade history sayf the Chicago tock Journal Lat Saturday aa band of 8j200 Kansasfed Mexi can lambs averaging 78 poundsu were taken by a local killer atIJ 1sICultivators II j of I RIDING I T1NGitTONGIJESS p jI 1 SBEO SeaCORN Early and Late MILLETTI SORGHUM PUMPKINSEED Z Zj II J I IJohnLily tBarbert1 Ml S C MOT U HaydoM Jc Brb L wI a 815 4he highest price ever paid for a Consignment that size Supply has been light eastern demand good and all buying interest active Colo rado ted lambs have sold ft eely at8a810 Shorn Jlambs have not farei as well as those in tbe wool bulk selling at 62oa6 75 although 690 is quotable Wool yearlinvs sell at 7d725 and clipped stuff at5 75ti6 35 It m Yoolfwhich are scarce and lat Wool ewes fetch 5 50a5 80 Exporters paid 560 forshorn sheep this week but it takes a good shorn ewe to make 5 De mand for shearing lambs to take lout has lost none of its recent paidewhoeimagine they can detect a possi seprativeS tollodaprices where they areas when ever a few more arrive thin killers actually need or shipping demand falls off something hap pens Current prices are much ntplenty of shorn lambs were sel Jambf01aItakingfsevere punishment where now they are pocketing handsome profits shrepIaboutl1200fi getting in The market was at the highest point of the year and strong to 10 cents higher than Toesday Plenty of Colorado lambs sold at 815 ant western woolsheep made 660 Doi i Bnaiess Am When my friends thought I was about to takq leave of this world ou account of indigestion nervousness and general debili y r writes A A Cbisholm Tread wall NY 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 dating me 1 am now doing business again of old and am still gaining daily IIBest tonic medicIne on earth Guaranteed by Haydoq Rebertson druggists 50c In Remembrance of Mrs Ada IRoyaltYt L r It is with sadness I write these ew lines in remembrance of my unt olrt Ada Royalty age 26 wife tf Valoise Royalty She ied April 5 1907 at the home of her parents Mr anti Mrs Tom Brown near t this place Tatham Springs She ha- d4n a patient sufferer of that dreaded disease consumption for almost a year but she bore her sufferings with patience although he wanted to get well to rear er children if it was the Lords will but when she realized her allIIt goodbye and was ready and willing to die She was a mem ber of the Christian church at Fairview She leaves a mother father two sisters five brothers husband and two little boys aged 9 months and 4 years b- EsIde a host of other relatives nd friends to mourn her death But while it iftoi hard to give her p we weep not as hose that ave no hope Funeral services were contacted by Rev Slmms after which the body was laid to rest in the Fairview cemetery to wait the resurrection morning he husband children and all he relatives haye the sympathy this entire community in their sad bereavement e IBY ONE AVHO LOVED HER Eggs For Hatching From select pens off White PlymouthRock Brown Leghorn nd White Wyandotts My irds were premium winners at J h Fairs last year- ES75 Cents ffor 15ji A 0 KIMBALl ll2m Springfield KyI THE fEXAS WONDE1te Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic trtbltt KId by druggists or two mont- hsratiet by mail for 1 Dre rMtIJiSU oaia1L ROYAL Baking Powder is hdi I sable to the preparation of the fritcake hotbreads rolls and muffin t Housekeepers are sometimes impbrtuimbt t buy other powders because they wpd cheap 4 Housekeepers sHould top and think Ifsuck powders are lower priced are theyiinferior ti Is it economy to spoil your digestion stryCoQkpractical and valuable cooking re- ceiptsfree to every patron Send postal card with your full address k 5aWYSMCi IICALLED BACK HT Potter Passes a Worth less Draft on Woodson Moss But Fails to Get Away CAUGHT LOUISVILLE 1 H T Potter who has been making this point fur several years in the capacityof travel ing salesman made a bad break here on his trip last week and as a consequence was brought back from Louisville a prisoner and passed several hours in the county iail at this place Potter who had been travel ing salesman for the Eclipse Paint Manufacturing O1of Cleveland Ohio had been here several days and had made trips from this point to smaller tens in the county He had been stopping at the Walton4 Hotel and when he came to settle his board bill he exhibited tele grampurporting to be from the Paint company m which he was authorized to draw on them for 35 The teegram was marked as received at Lebanon Mr Moss the hotel pfoprieton having known Potter and supposing the telegram to be genuine cashed the draft and after deducting his board account gaye the man toe balance in money The inci dent had almost been forgotten when on last Thursday it was recalled to Mr Moss mind by receiving a notice from the bank to the effect that Potters draft had been returned from Cleveland protested Mr Moss at once gotbusy and deter mined to make an effort to call the young uan back He communicated with the Detective Department at Louisville and in two hours time received word that they bal Potter under ar1 rest and awaited further orders On Friday Marshal John Grace of this place went to Louisville necessarypersjand that evening Potter at first re fused to talk or to offer any ex planations of his actions He said that he had folks in Cleve land who would make everything good for him but that he did not intend to let them know of his predicament After speeding night in jail and piobably realiz ing that be was in bad the young man changed his mind and put Mr Moss in communicationwith relative at Cleveland who im mediately telegraphed money to rover all costs and damages Mr toss declined to prosecute and- n motion ot the prosecuting ittornev the charge against totter was dismissed and Q9 was Llh wed to gp It is said that the elegram which Potter exhibited was bogus as the operator at Lebanon claims not to have re dived the message Mr Moss wtified theEclip P litCoor 3ieeland and after Potter had een dismissed letter wat receiv id from thatirmhsCh Wai miy workirif for theaa on oom nlSion5 and had not beeni rffg nttng them for 5veral weeks ore viooii to his e capdt Potttc Almis ed fat nat hahhgf iw ders and m jnoetef Ihe io cntHi phosphate WsMaiIIIii k cheap Hda dNSpwder BtttaMMtkaoMMM iiIiipsthe i j when arrested in LotiklTille WM stopping at the LoMitrilli Hotel t Eels said to haveowed Johiafc H the Llverynan of Lebuo a bU which he paid from the money he receives fr m Mr Moss on the bogus draft t7 SALESMEN WAIItTJDThrIS salesmen fOl our jitw coat7 7 township and railroad MHTtjr i Kentucky Tbe e strreys are a splendid comp faiCtt ol faekj figures and drawings iai of wonderful value Coenbise and towns are fully iidasd awl population of each are jivwi railroads plainly shown and distances between all MatkHMt also shown conxrMMOMl districts j outlined iad Diered- A splendidl opporUnity fOlIl ergetic men RAND1oNALLY 1 Co titQbcgo Tathan SpIi4ii Mr Isaac Johnso has ze turned from tiievcfjrwbere he2had been to purchase spring tlmillinery goods f We are glad to report Site v Annie L white ettfBg better after a ong seriourpM oltty phoid fever and Mrs NaDni Burkhead who has Valo burn very ill with sarieciieeeee k ooI valescentS The infant baby of Mr aad Mrs Rosco Brown is very krw at this writing with ooiiplx5ft tidnofdiseaeee tIBorn to the wife of MK rJCbapelMrs Ashby was formerly J wi Gertha Keeling of this piact SALES Mr Henry Grata J bought some fro diferM parties here last week at 6e per lb and a cow fro Ivia KteAig atBe per lb Mr Dave tbtoi t ger bought a new b4tJi1Kt50 Mr Levi Satterly sota W of corn to the milling oooipaiiy at this place at f3 per fcbJ Mr J S Royalty wife aid A two boys aid Mr JTW Baite ly and wife speit- MrJoe 9ttMkj iiUl Burkhead MiMfc Edilfi M BMri c ligate shave retrae4e afttr an extended Yiit wkh Mc aunt Mrs Hatchet atiTexa Most of thef rMNMft besI to postpone brtki ff their ground unl it iriiiw rna ground got so hard it wa iim possible to break it Miss Gracie Mtttiv of Hfam iaf visiting r tiIEverybody to tbUUr ftewfr about all the fruit iathaspsrt ot the country is killtd- Mr James Kefiiic IbWU- a new dwelling ho et atsame place where oMhee stood Well MMIWS kseMw Itrillt j ring off bopiif wbaSkwiMm lhave writwillJ ttffti waste batkti t HYAcrnLS t h tr T ICMeIK t i i suIL I1IvZyoMIaS f a4M- wsPr4ITrIlIha I Le RAY t t 1L I I iiij I CT l NEWSLEADER HARNESS FACTORY i PUBLISHED f BVE Y HUaSDAYfOR VAILE iIAYEIRINADVANCE t SPRINGFIELD KY r L DAVISON Jr a 1t ocator bJAtnen notices 10 cents per acb tfubsequentinsertion Calls on candidates and political matte Job work Is done at low rates but cash I jiVb raid ot ee1ici clgtccs oTertteing contracts made on liberal ariri bltaarles and resolutions of respect 11Intper line GoMrtir i M stratestI f350 sfrjrtOPlue lroo THURSDAY APRIL 18 1907 J o ANNOUNCEMENT IWe are authorized to announce J RogeriGoreof Springfield1 a jcandi date for State Senator from the FifI teenth Senatorial Distict composed t of Marion Wa hinglbn and Taylor cjunties subject to the action of the r Democratic party 1 fhe result of the sensational Thaw trial at New York was 4 somewhat of a surprise to a majority of people who have followed therttestimony and was jespecially to the the millionaire defendant Instead ofan ac t 4 gm talthe jury disagreed aid stcod seven for the death sen ylp j tence against five for an aeftuifc talon the plea of insanity 1is t unfortunate that the i 1rwaif- all its sensational detsljisi will have to be gone over agailL f Heayyearthquake = shpck I continuingi on the west coast tjj Mexico and the indications ar that the disaster waiof much l greater dimensions than at first r supposed The towns ofl Chil- I t pancingo Chilapa Tixtla Ayu I Iff tla arid Opctepec have suff r 4eEl great damage and the port of Acapulco has been partly sub merged by waves from the sea Ii John Smith star witness iip the Britton case Lexington told a grewsome story on the sand ot the pottkg ito assassinate UDckrill Dr Cox ariio Marcum and howjthe plans were arrhd r ouU Smith admitted being ad f dicted to the use of morphine and the defense sought on this groundto discredit his testim 5n j Before the six sitting Judges Itpr the Court of Appeals the opening argument in the Louis yule election contest cases was made yesterday a Frankfort by Attorney A J Carroll of Louis ville for the Democratic con testees r It is said at Washington thaf t If Pearighta prominent busi 4 F i ne3s manof New Orleans wil r e i be appointed Commissioner of Jnternal Reyenug to succeed I tfohn W YerkesIa L I HItlsbbro TheJcold weather h1s done great damage to the tobacco pJttntSAnd has about finished p utfr the fruit f JH Bottles booghfbf Odis Il Barmon a cow for 25 A S Hines was called to tInI bedside of his brother John Binets Thursday at Mooresville J Tkssind UayeKidney V VTrortliB and Never Suspect itI 4 How To rind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your Water and let it stand twentyfour hours asedinientorset t j i1iilgin itio dicalesanI If f 1 neys i iJ your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain v in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are ont of order What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills very wish in curing rheumatism V pain in the backkidneys liver bladder Xind every part of the urinary passage 1Jt corrects inability to hold water I und scalding paul in passing it or bad Affectsifollowing use of liquor Avine or l s lhicer and overcomes that unpleasaiil ne cessity of being compelled to gq bfteu during the day and to get up iauy times during the night The mild and- the extnioi diuary effect of SwampRoot- I ifA is soon realized It stands the highest + JorifswonderCul cures of the most dis t tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug t jistsiu fiftycent find pnedollar sizes You maythave a sample bottle and a book that tells all K aooutftbotBseritfree J by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Biu 4 i bamtet N Y w ttotlhrampUoot iA writing mention paper and dont t limistakeS butjemeniber the pt Dr KhmerI a SiipRoot and darDlDg1wmWnN Y ll h In order to dissolve a partnership we will offer for sale at our factory on Main Street in Springfield Ky at 2 oclock pm on Saturday April 27 our harness manufacturing g establishment consisting of machinery and stock onhand This is a splendid opportu nity for a profitable investment TERMS Onethird cash and the remainder in six and twelvemonths equal installments The purchaser to xecute notes withapproved security payable at either bank in Springfield Ky and bearing interest at the rate pf six per cent per annum froth date of sale Blue Grass Mfg Co who is very low with rheuma tismErastus Shields purchased a new buggy for 115 Born to the wKe of Tom Coulter a 9 pound girl Mother andjnfant are doing nicely 1J S Hines and wife Dick HeAyfoaker and Mr Jim Bar and faniilyi Rent fcur day with pwickMrs iis bet er at this writng 6i Rev Waldon of Mackyjlle will hold services rat Billsbo o the first Sunday riin May at 3 oclock P M v2ryfbi Tm Coulris i the sick list with la gpppev t Miss Fannie Baker and Mr Joe Hi nan were in our midst Sunday flit Is the great restorer We tire our muscles by exercise apd then rest to restore them yejt a great raony of us do not step to think how little rest we give to our slomach As o usnal thing no part of our bodies Is so generally overworked as our di gestive organs A tired and over worked sqmach wiHgivesigns of distress to whlce we pas no heed until at jlast Dyspepsia tahep hold Indigestion isjust a warjiing and ii we heed the warning we cane ily avoid futher consequences Kodol is a most thorough stomach relief It digests what you eat and gives the stomach the needed rest and greatly assists in restorng to its norms activity and usefulness Kodol i sold on u gurantee relief plan It is sold Here by the Red Cross Drug Store Forest Viewr Al is quiet around our liltle village no whhky or winpna plant bed rubs as toll pates were of old tbe widows have their only cow pened up Pnviledge that they have bad all their lives denied them and many may have to sell thin not be iiog able to feed them all the ygar while the grass grows in the lanes and along the streams iia waste instead of being used to make butter Some one above this place we know not who has been destroy ing the fish by some means as many dead ones little and bi are seen floating down Fletcher Carrico has gone te visit relatives in Marion coun j and may extend his Vjisit tc Louisville and Finch yule SheJ by county Air Henry Boone who went te Bardstown to work for Mr Benry Edelen took a very sicb spell and tad to return home but is very much improved ai this writing Mrs Annie Vise has moved to her brothers at her fathers BarneyMatingly vacated by her Thesocial ati tile home ofJE brnitb Jast Sunday evening was well attended by the jonhp people of the community who re port a nice time Manual and his sister Miss Essie know hon to entertain and everyone ii sure to feel athome when with in their portals vJsitinglastwhere she focnd her brotherin 1IjWiMr George Wheatly very Garrett D Weathers Ave nKV says My hogs were so badly disea ed with cholpra that I did not think medical aid could possibly save them J gave them Burbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cured them without a oiogls loss It is the only remedy I have ever used that would cure hoe cholera Sold and guratteed by Haydou Robertson Springfield Ky i PuIIiam = JBonsince our Jast writing to ttie wifeofS DHale a bov to the wife of Dock Kays a boy to tbe wif of will Goff a eirj to the wife of Ed Kaj s a girl tJtleIwife of Clifloa Muncy a boy to the wife of James Hendrix a hbyiIoMr James Kas has a pecular t0baccorplant bed He aut a Sycamore tree which was ab ut iO teet indiamater and it was hollowhe towed his sEed inside thjs stump and the plants are doing tine Mr Kays said it took 31 yards of caiivas to cover this feed This is a very ndfrA trt e as it stood just bacK of Taibam at the mouth of the tutnell and it bas sheltered many a weary fisherman of late and olden days rom the storms of rain and hail Mr Ed Jjn kins milk cow cbmmitted suicide one day last week by banging herself with grapevines No cause for this rash act ran be accounted for lieldI snap has damaged tobacco plants greatly this section Some are sowing jfIn beds the second time From all indications the 107 crop of tobacco will be a short one in this section Measles is ragingin this sec tion The Pulliam Local A S E r meets every first and third Saturday night We would be glad j neighjlphnRemainsbridge teryI When you need a pilL take pill and be sure its an EJarlyJicr De tjafesurewith a reputatirn Theydfen6t gripe or sicken They are hold h9re by the Rcd Crosa Drug Store ProfessionalI Licenses are Now Due t With a few exceptions all business and professional licen ces and all dog licenses expired April 3d 1907 By a resolution of the City Council passed April 12th 1907 ordering the publication of this notice the City Attorney is directed to have warrants issued against all ersons who have riot renewed their licenses within ten days trom the publication of this n jlice You will not be called ipon aqd notified by any city official that your license has ex pi ed or be requested to renews me It is your duty to make tphicationth the City Clerkfor the license ertificate and pay the fee to the City Treasurer ind bav him sign his receipt therefor And if this is not duns bv the time indicated you may expect to have imposed up on you the penalty of such fail ure Remember that each day you continue in business or keep a dog without license therefor constitutes a seperate offense and igo once ot the iawwillot excuseyoui Done by1ihe order of the City Council April 12th 1907 Conrad Hertlein Mayor Pro tern AttestC M MeChqrd City Clerk l Good for everything a srfve iis used for aud esppCially recommcnded for Piles That is what wo say about DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel SalVe That is what 20 years of Iseage has proven Get the wig ional Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store Toronto Antolsta For Goivl TIed As the roads In vicinity of Toron to are said to be among the worst in me Dominion of Canada the Toronto Automobile club has started a move ncut to have them Improved soys Motor News TIme club accordingly haj decided to offer at lent 800 to munic ipalities for a road Iinprovlug coiupetl lion There will be three prizes 500 fJOO and 100 respeijtlvelywhlch will bo paid to the municipalities which j Show the piece of roadway one mile bug on which the greatest Improve lmept has been made by July 1 Points governing the awards will be proler drainage serviceable width efficiency of crown hardness smoothness and permanency of construction- No llrst prize will be awarded un less tlwre are five entries no second rlze unless there are eight entries and no third prize unless there are ten en tries No prf cs will be awarded un ess the work Is finished to astaudard approved by A W Campbell commis sioner of highways for the province of Ontario one representative from th York county council mind one represent ative of the Toronto Automobile dub A SurrccHtlnn For Coantlm ft has been Bjisscstcd that the counties In each state having an Inheritance tax law devote the receipts received from such source to the construction fa national 1IJ b rty Cxnrm PoeiVi of Gloom- S Petersburg socfetj according to h special dispatch to the New York AmerI Icau Is discussing wltb deep Interest a poem which the czar tins sent to a friend accompanied by a photograph of the Imperial family It sums up thet situation in that distracted country as ruler Iewslt Every stanza breatliw meIn He holy aihl foreboding and clearly ludJc teHthat the czar had but little hopes of a brijjhieir future for Russia Tiie following Is a stanza of the czars poem My happiness wall barnat night And suckled lathe sioom flightHecrtdoomMyChilled as by drifting snow beliefOf RHPJMATIS It n t CUREDThe 1 and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using lo MV- SLiitmKtV Price 25c 50clOOffl15o1dbyIIDetIrsI Sloans Treatise On The KorsdSent Free cAddress DrEartJSSloan Boston ssI- Tntr Ior Army Men An army general prder tins been Is sued describing that an aluminium identification tag tbsize pf a silver half dollar and of suitable tblckuesH stnuipet with theTIi toejank compa ny regiment or cops df the wearer will be worn by each officer and enlist ed man of the United States army whenever the field kit Is worn says the Washington Post The tag will be Suspended from the neck underneath clothing and prescribed as a part of the uniform nUll when not worn as ilrected In tbe order will be habitually kept In the possession of the owner The tag will be issued by the quarter masters department gratuitously to enlisted men and at cost price to off Qcers 4 lUlling Goldenrod Years ago wo bought a tarn that had one field so thickly covered 1lth this weed that ten acres wonlttTfcot have pastured u goose writes a correspond ent In National Stockman There was absolutely no grass Wo mowed It off and put about five sheep to the nero and feO nough wheat bran to keep them In a thriving condition and the next season a finer blue grass pasture was never seen They had killed every last plant The cows wont eat It and It Is fortunate that they will not for If they did no use could be made of their milk but sheep like It and will thrive on the yallng growth fa PuHtnrlnff Sheep on Clover In pasturing either clover or alfalfa sheep shoulll not be turned In until the clover or alfalfa Is well grown and then should Ue turned Iii when well filled up on other grass and when the dew or wet Is ofT and After being turned In should never be takcn off though a shed may U provided whero the sheep may shade at midday On such pasture with their mothers the lnmbstwlll ma Qpr gious growth Professor leunedr e Ames la 4 Home Grown JLYrojrender Corn and oats grot nid together area time honored provender for the cow that has fallen somewhat into disrepute during the late byproduct propaganda but under present ftOhdltlous I question If It were not wise to put tlie old hom grown provender Into the front rank again l or continued re suits and to Jeep 11l the stamina of the animals Ierehl no better grain thud oatsLJ W Eighty In National Stockman Winter PaMnre For llogn A 1ew York farmer says Iri Amer lena Agriculturist I have found Au gust sown rye very useful as autumn and winter pasture for hogs It makes Invaluable forage and though pastured without stint shows no had effects In spring hut yield n large crop of grain Two acres kept forty Berkshire on fresh feed all the fall and until about Uuv r xvhftn the crop WAS knee high 1u Clean titicc To clean real lace equal to new bnbite muslin round a bottle tack the ace on It make a suds of fine soap idd a little borax and wash the lace y rubbing with the hands Rinse troll and dry in time sun Then take iff too ilicett looks like new Freahenlnjc Nut ft Is a goad thing to know that If puts grow dry nUll tasteless from belnf kept for sonic time they may be won dcrfully freshened by soaking them In lukewarm water This rpplles to ah orts of nuts and It surprising to see tar har are Improved Cleaning Marble To clean marble take two parts of soda one of pumice atone and one of finely powdered chalk Sift these through ji tine sieve and mix them Into a pnste with water Rub this well over the marbles and the stains will here moved then wash It with soap and water and pollen with a soft lry cloth Va Iitntr Drea Good Light cotton dross goods hold their waylotirHalf Qf this put Into two pallfuls of BoftTvafui water and the goods washed thelClDalnIDgand Iron ou JJia wrouc sUA Worthy of Respect crr found my waiter tho waite who serves me my luncheon atD wiCihis lIto you Iccould have seen him lIe was nag ninccnt Did you speak to him r asKcd his companion WeliTlioiiIn say sos the brok er declared He makes a lot more YadIPress More Tlinn Likely Romantic He with his arm around tnmullinjto r whispered word the tender look I wonder Irlt Is a memory of some pre Ious existence Practical SheNo Wlllnm is 0IsomeNeglected caiiUuuy soon expires Show that you IUc1iurt and you give It the appearance of truth Tacitus John Ya Horrid Finish If you dont quit eating so much Johnny exclaimed Mrs Lapsllng bor rifled at the gluttonous propensities other youngest the first thing you know youll be a regular fihijuster1Chira- Tribune HORSEMEN ATTENTION Dont fOrgetall you who have breeding mares those two fine stallions each an ideal represen tatiye of his class which are making the season at the MrGround Stables The fame of that fine sire of top notch saddle horses Red Bird had preceded bim and the horse oweersaro showing their appreciation of him by a liberal patronage That fancy roadster and jnodel driving horse Sunshine is also cbmjng in for a share of attention I also have at the same stables BILL IGOBBEL one of tht best mule jacks in the county which I am standing at 10 for a mare mule or 8 for a Horse mule colt Drop me a cHor telephone me No 130 so that I can save yod a date L D Baker t hat is it tbattasts as pleasant mapel sugar and quickly releaves coughs and colds Mothers who have ueed itwUl quickly answer Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup The pleasant cold remedy that exyels the Cold thpough its laxrtive actiou ou the bwels Conforms strictly to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Codtaina no opi ter Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore i A Child Sermon On one occasion Harry and Eddie two little brothers took It Into their heads to have cnorch As Harry was the older of the two be said Ill be J the pre cher and preadi you a ser mon Well said Eddie and Ill be the people And so harry began by itwsonic little texts in the Bible for little children nnd this is one of them Firstly Be kind to tather Dont bother him ivheii hes bust Dont make a noise when his bead aches Father tins tor work hard and earn money Secondly Be kind to mother Dont wake her tell you several times to do the seine thing My brethren we ought to mind right off Thirdly Be kind to Mary She Is small and lame and cant talkl plain Finally my brethren be kind to the cat Amen Brooklyn Eagle The Flylnsr Thimble Have a thimble which easily fltsour forefinger Show the thimble on the laytbiyour lleft which you then close Now withdraw the finger minus the thimble The company will naturally Imagine that It Is ih the left hand but on open tog It they arC astonished to see It notiplace hetorefinyou quickly lbend the finger and IettI the thimble secreted between the of your thumb and the root of the forefinger only placing the mare finger In andtheeventually produce the thimble from your pocket or show it again on the zip of the forefinger by a reverSe moT Oraes Duag It Is well to remember that ftrnss bedsteads and bra s trimmings on Iron bedinre not made of time solid metal the brilliant finish bolug due to a sort of lacquer covering Wiping wIth a boIlnltiint they require If a cleaning com pound lMinpplledthe chances are that the article will i be rUh1l d1KILLTHECOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings IiiFORI OLDS Free TrJ l lISurest and Quickest Curd lot TH30AT and XiTTXQ aUll iES or JCQNirr SACK t I IFIII IIImported German Coach Hose II- The Washington Qounty Breeders Association has brought on for this season this great horse which has proven to be a good breeder and he will make the season of 1907 at the I farm of Richard Durham tour miles east Springfield on the Pleasant Run and Lebanon turnpike at 5 Insure a Living Colt I ITo16 bands one inch high and weighs 1375 pounds He has good Be IS sureto impart strength formand size tobis offspriog Germany by b V AUmann and was oaigd in 1900 He WM Oltmann Bros of Watseka Ill and iis registered in the Ger I siredhIGeneral noteHorse owhers and breeders are invited to call at Mr Durhams farm and see this fine horse For further information and for club rates call on Richard Durham President or G L Wharton Secretary T V Washington Contfty Breeders Association PROSPECT This 7 pmbtned stallion will make the season qf 1907 at Rayview better known as theFoster Ray place on the Danville pike 1M miles from Lebanon Ky at 15 To Insure a Living Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insuranc and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is paid Mares from a distance grazed at reasonable price Mares entrusted will receive our personal attention but not responsible for accidents or escapes DESCRIPTION Foaled 1900 IS hands 3J inches a beautiful bay both rear feet white to ankle Very ranger neck flOe head and ear short back fine lengthy quarter large strong bone but smooth Beautiful i 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 Cdntral Kentucky and other States winning second prize in Saddle Stallion Class at Chicago 1900Bis colts are fine size and with great style and finish Though young his colts are command- Ing high prices and his customers are highly pleased with them PEDIGREE Sire Dignity Dare No 1985 A SH R He by ChestorDaje 10 ne by Black Squirreli 68 Dam Dora Dean Wo 2740 2d dam by Joe Abdallah 3d dam by Sumpter Den mark Jr 60 4th dam by Black Hawk Morgan 6th dam by Oliver he by Waggener dam of Dignity Dare by Welchmont 6367 A T H R he yJcsHambJetonian Messenger 3d dam by Gills Vermont REMARKS We take pleasure In offering the services of this fine yoang stallion to the breeders of Marion and adjoining counties believing he 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 thatou Inspect him before booking your mares L C T BOHON SONI Commissioners Sale Fannie Mathews et al Pills VS Sam Lancaster et al Defts By virtuVof a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Februaryterm thereof 1907 in th e abovestyle cause until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House doom inJ Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 22 1907 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to tile highest bid der at publicauction upon a credit ofi6 and 12 months tin following de scribed property towit A certain tract or parcel of land i CounlJttlKyen on t Berry and on the West by the lands t of Ben Cauibron containing 2U acres f and it roods Is For the purchase price the pur r baser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute I jonds bearing legal interest from date I if sale Until paid and having the force d and effect of a Judgment Bidders a will be requbred to comply promptly with thesetern JMJ f r OTESTNUTDARE l= = As a Sire He Has No EquaL 55Sorrel Stallion 7 years old 16 hands one iinch high a large handsome saddle andharness horse with size style bone = and finish substance and conformation Tnis horse p vedS = a successful show horse last summer by wioping 14 ties of 15 showsTS ftjjHis colts wnd first and second ties over all com at our last fair defeating tWO unbeaten Castlemancolt im the Blue Grass Circuit Not one of his three seasons of colts have over1eeder fated by a colt sired by a Washington county horse c 7 Eight of his jioltj of last season sold at weanlings frinI 100 to smo the highest price lot of colts ever sqld at Sam e iage by any horse owned or farmed in thecounty Chestnut Dare was sired Dy Chester Dare 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2nd dam by Black Hawk Chief 3rd dam I Brinkers Drenron The Chester Dares are fec gllized by alll to be not 0 1ttt the hghest price but the greatest show family of hOrsin K ntucky and Chestnut Dare isa worthy so of a greatsirt I w sh to state that recently I was offered twice as much = money for him as any stallion iin the county ever sold aud three times as much as has been paid for a saddle harness stallion brought into tne county so I ask the torJJ= of good mares to patronize him so Ican be justifid inlcecpli this type of horse whose coIls cant be beaten ort out byany CHESTNUT DARE will make the season at myplae i= near Litsey at I so To Insure aLiiiDgCoItg aIstill have my saddle horse Lexington Prince and 4isame Jacks and stand them at same price I did last year 1 viz The horse at 810 and Jacks at SlOand 8 J B B LEACHMAN ilIihIa aasswsu s R J 2 TM1 I CLOSE p ATTENTION AAIs what I give to all ghworlbroughtme and as- a result I am able to s GUARANTEE SATISFACTION imIf IN4 3 ou have a watch or tm fj- m clck to mend or wish your EESIQHT CORRECTED by iJi- lri perfecfly fitted glasses I am prepared to wait on you l tr Jas J Graves lm Main Street opposite Presbyterian church h d r2 i rure Blood Skin Diseases Can ccr Greatest Wood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis ased hot or iu of humors if ypu lave blood poison cancer carbuncles atlng sores scrofula eczema itching isings and bumps scabby pimply kin bone pains catarrh rheuma ism or any blood or skin disease ake Botanic Blood BalmB B B loon all sores heal ache and palm top andlthe blood Is made pure and ich J1tuggists or by express SI per irge bottle Sample free by writing load Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B tia especially advised for chronic eep seated cases as it cures after else falls 09Jyr fleWttrc aI wErrr CreamVormifugaTE 1 WOB 1 DENE yi1tt ciiitetws JAfWrI TINIC eel sec yAtMfIe Iwfflcpsse y sy Br5 Jr IltI C- 1r isms lSod by Red Gross Drug S or v DR J I BURTON i ET DENTIST rEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN tl OriavRag lockup stairs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass YDRJi CMUDD PlysiciiFiDd Sirgeda Office hours 8 to 9 amr lto2pn3 J fi Offices over Haydons Drugstore r s 4 H Lampton M D rtffict ini Opera Hsuse 0 Office Thane Ne Residence No 3- 8bWFGR1GSBY J i f ATTORNEY AT LAW Qc over Peoples Bank- BPBINGFIELD KY t AJB ItoBABDS M W HYATT RoBARDS HYATT Plijsiciwstnd Swoons Office over C W Hagans gro I V1 eery oppositei Presbytcrian 1c church l- ijJfiDi WW Ray WYStCIAN AND SURGEON Office over Hayddn Robert sons Drug Store V Phones Office 155 j Residence 172 f JWIN Y MAYfSI mm viCTOR bAD LICENSED EMBALMED I TELEPHONE PAYHO NIGHT 74 T SPBHGFIELD Kl Ralroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown And Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 480 p m Bardstown Junction iJ22 pm Bardstown 606 pro t Arrives at Springfield 705 p m J No 42Leaves Springfield at vfi20Bm Bardstpwn 607 anT- S Bardsown Junction 650 am arrive at Louisville 740 am No 48 Leaves Louisville at 820 a ni Bardstown Junction g10 am Bardstown ll 00 am j 1 arrives at Springfield 1230 pm It No44Leaves Springfield a 100 pm Bardstown 220 pm t Bajdstown Junotion 485 pin irriea at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 1 845 am arrives at Louisville 935am No 91t Sundays only Leaves i Jpui8v1l at 6 pm Bardstown ifJpnctloDp45 pm Bards town p8O pmt arrives at Springfield JJ 825 pm f T TiMccf Smii crs OWe wish to state to our friends tbrorgh cut the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect t = ed directly or iindirtctly with any other warehouse or ware house company r 4 We conduct a Strictly Inde S L pendent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res pectf nlly solicit your patronage s lp A BRIDGES Co Proprie tftbra Picket Tobacco Warehouse jIt In nniry y 408 mo i SHOES 500 Pairs I To be sold at 25 cents on thE Dollar Sale is now on and will w continue until all are sqldvr f Can give you some remarkable bargains Come early and get- choice H r i 9LTay1or I 1 E I Cdlvin Blacksmith and r f v Woodworker HL wcD and Machimr y- feJtln a Specialty ctthe Depot hidge next Boblitt t Bishops Livery I bKS- PWNGFIELD KYI LIiiTi1T i TOWN r FW mwroi OOmro mw WU WiLocal Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I h i AllAbout Yourself FrIends II and Acquaintances 1 f Q1 Baled hay for sale by Dr jDeBoe J Try my table sy i up Its fine WP Lawrence A buggy with six wheels is tbe latest John Lily Barber has them Florida sweet oranges three for 30 cents atLawrences gro cery CultivatorsrIding walking and tongless frtsale by John Lily Barber FOR SALESix weanling mule colts J T Montgomery Fred erickstown KySHams and shoulders wanted at roceryBighest GREEN SEAL PAINTthe top- notCh of paint goodness Sold by VL Yancy Mackyille Ky Seed potatoes choice stock at 100 per bushel W P Lawrence FOR SALE I have for sale 100 to 150 barrels of corn Jim Arnold Texas Itv Mrs B Ik Litsey has for sale Buff Orphington and Brown Leghorn eggs at 100 for 15 FOR SALEA nice Shorthorn bull calf John R Barber The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Luciau Gregory died and was buried at Pleasant Grove Monday Did you ever see a sTiejap shearing machine Its a time saver and a money saver Bar rsaleIe MANY beautiful combinations that harmonize can be obtained with Green Seal they last too for sale by WL Yancey Mack viiI Ky Good restedcoffeesat 1517 18 and 20 cents Try some and be convinced W P Lawrence tIe grocer Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale at 50 cents per setting- of i 1 7 Mrs Palmer Goatley R F D No1 Springfield Ky YOUR ROUSE will feel more comfortable over winter in a4 warm coat of Green Seal Paint Sold bv vrL Yancey Mack yule KyNfOt The Louisville Herald daily and the NewsLeader both one yearfor only 2 This offer will i be opan for a limited time only so now is the time to subscribe FOR SALEBarred Plymouth l Rocks exclusively A setting ofjj 17 eges for 50 cents Mrs T Scott Mayes Springfield Kv THE SPRING painting is a tisk of no little importance toI property owners Uptodate painers recommend Green Seal its puret For sale by W L Yancy Mack ville Kv Mr M S Davison a for nerI Springfield boy and a brother of the editor of this papery is critically ill of typhoid fever and pneumonia at the home of his father in Louisville The Tailor Mades a crack bowling team from Lebanon played the Glen Lilies of this place at the alleys here on last Tuesday night The result was victory for the home boys in all the games Rev R E C Lawson will continue his series of lectures on the Bible as good reading at the regular Thursday night prayer meeting These talks are especially interesting and everybody is invited to attend Mr John Perkins the well known farmer of the county was badly hurt one day last week by being thrown from his buggy when his horse ran away Mr Perkins was badly bruised about toe face and suffered a fracture of two ribs MrsNannie Burke widow of Williaw Burke died at her home in the Manton neighborhood on Sunday last The deceased was 56 years of age and leaves several grown sorisand daughters She was a good Christian woman and well thought of iu the communi 1ty The funeral took place at St Rose on Tuesday morning TOPICS I Q Q Messrs Edwin Smith and Will Thompson will eive a dance at this Opera House Friday night April 19 As this is the first dance since lent they are expecting a large crowd and a nice dance S M Camptfell attended county court at Danville Monday and reports the live stock mar ket as being dull Averymc jssful horse sale was conducted at Fox Logan 8 stable A large number of draft mares brought on from Indiana wer sold at from 21250to240a head The National Biscuit Co and the Heinz Pickle Co will have representatives here and will give a demonstration of their goods as Hertleins on Saturday next Everybody is invited to call A special invitation is extended to the housekeepers of Syringfield and Wshington county The bans of matrimony were published at St Dominic church on last Sunday Between Mr William L Cambron of this place and Miss Ida B Hamilton of Marion county Miss Hamil tdn is a daughter of Mi1 Len Hamilton of Lebanon The wedding WIll take place May 1st at St Charles Catholic church in LebanonS The Opera House management has secured the appearance here of the popular opera Cin derella The date is Wednesday April 25th The same company appeared here some time ago and it wilLbo remembered as one of the best performances ever seen at the Springfield Opera House Seals will be on sale at the Red Cross Drug Store In order td bring about aset tlement among partners thehar establishment ness manufacturing which has been operated hereunder the name of the Blue Grass Manufacturing Co WIUI be sold at public outcry on April 27ih Thjs is a good paying business and properly managed would doubtless prove a paying investment for some oneI rHenry Pad ox an old45 colored soldier of the Texas neighbor hood has made complaint to the effect that he has been swindled out of ten dollars bya slick young man who gave his name was Baker and wio name from Lancaster here Baker it s claimed pursuaded the old fellow that hecould get hima pansion in the course of a few days for the sum of4en dollars Padpox produced tHe money and Baker has failed to make good The i latter is said to be ajso working rI for a life insurance corn pan v Bflker hired a horse and buggy from Wharton Tapp on Monday and has not returned Thut firm has sworn out a warrant for his arrest and the officers in adjoining towns have been notified to look out for him The last heard of Boker was at Jensontou where he was headed for Danville The warrant is issued under the new lawwhich makes it anof eliAe for one to misrepresent to the livery firm his destination Taken to Lebanon Jmes A Stiipp who sLot and killed Joe A Smith on the streets My Space This space will bjle l twelve voted tiseraents dnrinLbe moflhis of iny to t iBiBtt ness Dystii4lcontractS with the NwsLCader i am to liE ep UiiS fairticui f I llar positiozint all times I shall change my advertisement fach week Janet shall try to telLyotiin a brief and interesting manner wii7 I believe it will be to your advantage to give me your patron age I shall make only such statements him v advertisements asl would my in talking to you face to face and shall always stand ready to proye tne truth of everv thing I say I prop SG by skillful work full ivalue and honest meth ods to do the spectacle business of Springfield 1 am already doing a large percentage of it CsF RUSSELL Scientific Optlcan H x KIotoTflcc y J t I New Millinery H Hsiving spent severalI days this week in Louis yule selecting special styles of Millinery for my I trade I offer an unusually attractive Ibbof Dress 5 Street and Readyto Wear Hats that are sure to please Also a full line of Babies Gaps 4 4 4 MISS KNOTT 14 5t Opp Post office 4 cssOOOO of Campbellsville over a year ago and who was brought to this place for safe keeping will be tried at Lebanon On Monday the prisoner in charge of Sheriff Osbourue aod deputy A C Kimball was taken to Campbells ville wheie circuit court was in session and a motion for a change of venue was argued Judge Thurman decided to grant the change to the Marion circuit court and the case was set for trial for Monday April 29th at Lebanon Tba case of Shipp is similar in many respects to the celebrated Thaw case in New York On Saturday over al year ago Shipps wife confessed to Him her infidelity and improper relations with Joe A Smith also a resideut of Carapbellsville On the following Monday Shipp rented a pistol and meeting Smith on the street said You have ruined my home and fired killing Smith instantly Shipp gave himself tip and will plea emotional insanity or brain storm installation Services The services for the installa ton of Rev R E C Lawson as pres1byon next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rev Miles ej will preside ard propound constitutional questions to theJ pastor and to the cpngregation Rev Frank B Cleliandof New Providence will deliver the charge to the pastpr and Rev Dr Moffett of Leb jnon wHi deliver the charge to Ihe congre tion The public ls invited to attend Since the program for thaiin stallation services had been arranged we learn that Dr Saun ders is quite ill atDr McChords infirmary at Lebanon a id will Qf curse be unable to take part in the services The many friends of Dr Saunders at this place trust his illness will not prove serious Death of George Birch Mr George Birch a native of this county but who has been making his home in Louisville for th9jpast fifteen years died at Willisburg Mr Birch had been ill for some time wiih dropsy and about three weeks ago was brought to his old home from Louisville and never rallied He was about 38 years of age and was the son of Mr Ben Birch a wellknown citizen of VViUisburg He had ben employed at the Bourbon Stock Yards Louisville He is survived by a wife and two small children The funeral took place at Willisburg on Saturday L Notice All persons living in those districts in the county where the law prohibiting the running at large of stock isin force are hereby notified that any JIve stock foujttd runningrat large on the public hrgh yay will be tak nupbyme or ol1qof my 1prthercot1pri JV Notice Having sold out my business and desiring to settle all out standing accounts before I leave town I request all knowing themselves indebted to md to call and settle at one I will be found for a shcrt time at my old place of business C V HAGAN To Ice Consumers i Web ve made arrangements to handle and deliver our own iice this season begining April 1st convenient place on Main street will be secured where orders for ice in any quantity may be filled Springfield Water and Electrii Lignt- CQOLOffXTAR I4I4 pnyt PMUISS l1 cSIVFH a PERONAL Mr Irvine Wimsatt left this week on his regular trip Dr Paul South of Frankfort is visiting rinds4ere MrJ Bailie Peyton gf Lou isville is here on business Dr J B RoBards wasin Dan ville the first of the week Mr and Mrs G C1 Wharton were in Lebanon yesterday Misses Lula and Myrtle Cam pbell are in Louisuille today Mr W E Leachman was in Louisville the first of the week Rev William Harrison Wil- liamsis in Louisville this week Mr G C Wharton is iin Mer cer cOunty this week on business Miss Miranda Tucker is visi ting Mrs Nannie Drye iin Leba non Miss Elizabeth Leachman is visiiing Mrs J B Bill in Leba nonSMrs CtN Cooper is yisjting Mrs W F Spaulding in Lebanon 1 Hon C C McChord and Mr H Boone are In Louisville this week Mrs Georgia Moss Will return from Louisville the latter part of his week Mis Annie McChord is in Louisville vis ling the Misses Fid 1 rDr J B RoBirds has moved into his new residence on Main Cross street Missi Will Knott is in Louisville in tim interest of her millinery business Mrs C R McElroy and Miss Sallie McElroy are in Louisville for 8 few days visit Afr and Mrs Joseph S Ulay brooke were in Louisville a few days of this week Miss Katherine Spaulding of Lebanon vjsited Miss Bertha Haydou Sunday Mrs George Austin of Lebanon spent Tuesday with Miss Sadie Mayes Messrs Chris and Adolph Hertlein and John Tulius were inLebanon Sunday Hon W D Claybrooke re turned Tuesday from a trip to Bloomfield and Louisville Miss Susie Penn left today to spent several days with Mrs Weissen of Crescent Hill Miss Mary Boldrick of Leba non visited her brother Mr Rafo Boldrick last Sunday Mr RvH McElroy has re turned frbm Griffin Spring where hehasbeenrfoFhis health Mrs JA John son returned from Louisville after staying three weeks with relatives Mr r B Blanfqrd left Mon day for Corpus Christie Texas for the benefit of his heaitb Miss Virginia Lisle of Leba nun has been a guest of Misses Louise and Fannie McElroy this week Misses Katherine Russell and Elizabeth Leachman spent last Thursday as guests of Miss Lfda Grundy Mr Richard W then of Bards town Junction is visiting his sisters Mrs T W Simms and Miss Ellen Wathen Mrs Hamilton Robertson has returned from Bardstown where she visited her parents Mr and Mrs Henry E4eleoJ Mr John I McElroy and Mr Howard Moss attended thefun eral of Mr Jasper Muir at Bardstown last Thursday Mrs H P McChord and little son have returned to Hopkins v lIe after a yisit to her parents Mr and Mrs W T McElroy Mrs J W Lewis return tnrne from Louisville yesterday after visiting her daughter Mrs Fred Manget a week Advancee Showing of The Palmer tonenC FOR SPRING AND SUMMER AT THE BJJG STORE Wd have the exclusive sale of this justly celebrate mike of Lathaad Misses Suits and Coats The styles are accordance with the latest dictates of Fashion The Fabrics are especially selected The workmanship is thorough I r t We want everyone to see our large stock of r Readyto WearC garments I Of alIkindstYou will find here some special good things in Ladies White Laws Shirt Waists from 50c to5each Silk Shirt Waists 298 to 6 Sateep PettkoaW 98c up Silk Petticoats 5up Fullstock of Ladies Muslin Underwear 1C1vII Wrappers and Dressing Sacques I We axe showing the newest Lasts in J JladiesShoes and CiXxforcis We are anxious to Show You Favor us with a calL I The ROBERTSONCEAYROOKE CO liy iN B jJustt Received New Dress Goods Silks and Trimming iTTh 5 = w Its Worth w ig traveling a llong distance jg to have your teeth extracted WItkt PaIN r Dallier 1-1i- w All work guaranteed = L G CRUHE D DS- q = Bardstown Ky II Mrs W S Gibbs has been called to Louisville to the bed side of her sisterininlaw Dr S C Gibbs1 wife who isjvery ill at the Gray street infirmary Mrs P B Ne le has returned from Louisville where she has been at the bedside of her grand daughter Miss Elizabeth Neale who is recovering from a severe illness Mr WoodsonMpss is in Louisville to attend a meetieg1 of the hotel men of the State which is to be held at the Seelbach this evening The purpose is to organize a Hotel Mens Associa tion Relatives of Mrs Elma Leach man Swfeeney have beeriViioti fled o her serious illness of typhQid fever at her home near Winfield Kan Mrs Sweeney is a daugbterofMlsNai n Leachman Dr SJ Smock has returned from a trip through Texas and the southwest He went as far as Galveston and saw a good deal of the country The Doctor sayjs that the farmers intbat country are blue over the fact that the greenbug has destroyed the wheat and oats crops thisseasoni Letter List TList of letters remaining uncalled for iin the Springfield Ky P OJuweak Ending April 18 1907 Tuosl Blauford Joe Campbell Miss Bessie Grume delenltJltIJohnNeikirk AflMIH 6 SmithSPersons csaiing ror theseletters will please say advertised and Cit date of listAWathrP fcW M i tfDtKOfRjWilt1 It 1l If NOTICE jtJ 4 f Having bought of C W Ha an JiUrf stock of Groceries etc willcoti a the business at the samV stand Will keepforthetiadeafreihutodto = stockof everything good to at t COUNTY PRODUCE WANTED MyMottoS= a c Bring me your Laundry I rcpfMtot Lebanon Laundry Ask for Fs 11 MaltTonic and all kinds of soft drinksS= Call For Wht Yu Want f4Very Truly Yours W P LA WRENCH t II Spring Cleaning I eL T I f Is at hand and all good homktMtrs n 7jif Iwant something newud attractiv 4 forthe home We have a vry ful ljneof t i I I House Furllshillgsi 4 Carpets Wall Paggpr Mattings Lino leusJ Oilcloths Lace Curtains T and Window Shades 0- i r iWe have Carpets from 25 ctots a yard i 150 From the cheapest to tH Go VwtAxminister and Tapestry 4 i d VJliUuiJl 05 SI McJNTJRJj4 j Notice J For the next 90 days we will wire houses for elric lighting purposes at the acttial cost 01 miteriav and labor 1Kivold tdanger of the coal oiljap ex explosions by haying 1ectrip lights 1isIed in your hoeM tjpri JftWd Wattr it EUctr Light 06 mTtVThi Wi1y cbrIw4i1j- o a boom 1MspsfewbMtet psp Is pbI4 thu sr11JrEIrnIdiboris4a a aJW- sly rlSPjS iIia5 I v 7WJ c w y r w I Iv w w I i The Burley Barbecue i FINGToN Kt pril 10 190- 7TLeSocIetypf Equity of Fay ettecpunty atidite friends and j pfcthiz r8 will give a grand barbacue to the tobacco grower ofKentucky at Woodland Park Ain the City of Lexington on Q1hur y3ApriI 25 1007T The pabple of 5ayette county will provide arjrplp entertaiameit ior all fwbo come and there wilPTbfe I speaking in the large auditorium on the grounds and from several p stitnds on the outside by many ot the leading men of the State who are in active sYmpathy with qhe tobacco growers in thrfi- glitfor better prices for tlieir product The object of the gathering is to bring together I thegrewers from every county for consultatIOn instruction and fiiiatual benefit as well as to ex tend the list of signers of the 1907 crop Such a gathering must neces fearily assure greater enthusiasm for our ause and strengthen the q hands of those officially charged with the duty of organizing and prosecuting the fight for better f prices j pWenounce within the next few days reduced rates over allof the railroads running into tAxing ltbn We extend an earnest Invi f tation to every tobacco growei in the State to atteud this barbe- cuet as our guest arid to bring this friends with him W B HAWKiNs Chairman A MHarrisin Secy Bsfum of Ointieils for Catarrh Hat CowaiM lercen as mercury will sarejy distroy the sense of smell and completely de rang the whole system when enter iiigIt through the mucous surfaces such articles should never be used dxccpt on prescription from reputable physicians as the damage they will doIis ten fold to the good you cat possibly derive from them Hall Catgrrn Cure manufactured by Ft J 4 Cheney Co Toledo O cpdtalm- vinomeroury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buyihg Halls Catrrrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken in ternally sad made in Toledo 0 by F J Chen y Co Teatlmonals free Sold by drugffistf Ppice 75c iper bocUe Take Halls Family Pills for censtipatien Burned a Cricp distressing accident occur ed Monday evening at the home of Mr Win Boone who lives on the Mount Olivet farm near Gethsemaoe Abbe Abbey His little daughter age three years was standing near the stove lohenthe suction drew in iier dress which caught the and be tofore the flames could be arrested I she was litterJy cooked from head Jto foot in fact every par of her body was burned She lingered for four hours when xlcatli relieved her suffering Mr and Mrs Boone were out of the Tiouse atthe time butheard the cries of the child andburried to sher and wrapped r in a blanket Dr Grfcenwell was called but her injuries were beyond human aidNew Haven Echo ClaIm ForHJOI During Monday arid Tuesday Mr Cox representiog the U S Government took depositions with local attorneys in the mat ter of war claim of the Baptist church The claim is for 900 for damages done to the old Baptist church building now occupied by The Demcrat when the Federal soldiers took it ffof a hospital immediately after the battle of Perry ville and during the Civil war The proof furnished is said to have been quite satisfactory t sj many of the older citizens remembered the cicumstdnces quite well Recently the First Presbyter ian church was allowed 1100 on a claim of the same character for 9000 The money was divided with the Assembly Presbyterian church asthe two congregations were one arid sad occupying the old church at that time Harrodsburg iemo crat The Eicest Maniai the forlfl jphe richest man iu the world tan not Ita vFhls ktdness replaced nor Hve wit u9t them so it is important not to negect these organs If Fpleya Kidney pure ia taken at the first sign of danger the sympto us will disappear and youj health will be re stored aslit strengthens and builds up these organs as nothing else will Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky 1ritestI have used Foleys Kikney Cure andtake great pleasure in stat- Ing it cured me permanently of kid ney disease which certainly would have cost me my life Sold by the ed doss Drug Stor- eTayIrTrtwod Magazine and the News Leader Both One Year for 150 The TavlorTrptwood Maga zine published at Nashville Tenn with Gov Robert L Taylor and John Troiwopd Moore as editors is the brightest publication of its character ever issued in the South Every number is filled with the wit pitbos and humor of the dis tinguished exGovernor and Uni ted States Senatorelect Robert L Taylor and and the romance Southern hstory stories and poems of the inimitabe John Trotwood Moore A single num ber of this magazine is often worth more than the subscrip t on price aaiiicd for a whole rear because it contains much hat is instructing entertaining and t interesing It is1 with pleasure that we announce tour readers that through special iriangements with the puulish irs we are euabled to offer this excellent magazine in combination with the NewsLeader for 150 which is only 50 cents in addition to the regular price of the NewsLeader1 As this offer is good for only a limited tie you should seud us your subscription aton eif you wishvio take advantage of it Send all Borders to the NEWS LEADER Ipringfield Ky WilY have attid1fver when Herbine the only liver regulator will help you There Is no reason why you should suffer from DysRepsIa t Constipation Chills and Feyeror anY2er com plslnts when Herbiiiei Vrlft cure you FC Waire WestVille 1awite8 I wu sick for a mouth with chills and fever and after taking twb bot ties of Herbine am well and healthy Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store The Music Festival l Walter Damrosch has comple ted rthe program for tne music festival to be given in Louisville April V18 19 and 20 ndU sur passes in I elaborateness Oany program ever before prepared for t simiiareyent in the Falls City Five concerts will be given and in addition to Mr Damroschs New York Symphp ny Orchestra which will be increased for the festival aud the Musical Club chorus of Louis ville with 355 voices some of the most eminent concert soloists in the country have been engaged a The first concert Thursday night April 8 has been desig nated by Mr Damrosch as Grand Wagner Night and the entire program will consist of Ie rowing = CiristI Growing girls need care advice and medicine especially on reaching the age of puberty A mothers tender tare and words of caution will often accomplish wonders As for medicine a gentle safe and reliable strengthening tonic is Wine of Cardui EItwiH prevent and relieve pain regulate the strengthenpthe constitqtion 9 4 It is a valuable medicine for growing girls It has tided thousands over a dritical period and f1 saved themni years of suffering It can never s do harm anissure to do good If1C A relief or cure for all female disorders in girjs J and women At every druggists in 100 bottles Try it I c W OFCARDUI i For Thin PoorBlood You cn trust a medicine tested 60 years I Sixty years of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla the original Sarsa parilla the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility Bat eyen this trrand old medicine cannot do Its best work If the liver ia Inactive and the bowels couttlpated For the belt potitble reo lulls you thnuld take laxatire doses of Ayers Pills while taking the SanaparilU f I Msgabic ATM Oo towtsll Xtu Alto xnmnuoturera of I 9 llJersAGUE We have no eereti We publish the formulae of all our inedlolnes = interpretations of the great master Ellison Van Hoose tenor and Alexander Saslavsky Violinist will be the soloit and the Musical Club chorus will sing m the choral numbers See lections from Tannha user Lohengrin Tristan and Isolde Die Heistersinger and other operas form the program Miss Alice Sovereign contralto and Francis Macmillen violinist will be the soloists for the see ond concert Friday afternoon April 19 Miss Soveseign will frombGlucks uOrpllusand Euridice The orchestra will play selec tions from the works of Tschai kowskv Rubinstein and Rinlsky tThe be given Friday night with William Harcer said to be the greatest American Elijah singing the title rote Other soloists will be Mrs Mary Hissem de Moss so prano Miss Alice Sovereign contralto and Kelley Joletenor The Musital Club chorus will sing the choral parts The program for the Saturday matinee concert will be what might be termed a popular pro gram The soloists will be Mrs 4ary Hissem de Moss soprano Miss Corneille Overstreet piano Leon Leroy clarinet and Leo Schulz violin cello The pro gram will be made up of selec tions from the works of variola masters Miss Oversteet is a Louisville girl whose work has attracted much attention and whose popularity in her oyn Lr1ty fcaused the management to hgage her for this concert The final concert will liaf r the soloists Mme Marcella Sem bficb William Harper and Elli sop V n Hobse The cantata Sleepers Wake by Bach wiI ber given by the Musical Club chorus with Mme Sembrich and Mr Harper as soloists Mme Sembrich will sing an aria from Traviata and agroupof sclngs in French German and English JDemops ftafll Work had so serious affected my right lung writes Mrs Fdnnie Con nor of Rural Route 1 George town denn that I coughed night and day and the neighbors predictiQn consumptionscam- ediuevitable 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 ffail you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery byIHaydon Robertson druggist 50c and 1 Trial bottle free Does Bryan Mean It Mr Bryan in his Commoner says some pleasant things of the South hinting that lie might under certain contingencies fupport a Southern Democrat for the Presidency To translate his long article into one sentence it is just this if the SJuVh presents the best available can didate for the Democrat nom 1m tion let him be named but in the ejes of Mr Bryan there is but one available candidate That available candidate resides at Lincoln Neb Not even Roger Sullivan is likely to prevent Mr Bryans renomina tion Aewill no to the country on a platform the most dangerous ever offered the people He fears and distrusts Hearst and in his platform will outHerod HerodThere is but one way to prevent third Bryan nomina tion The Democratic Repre IhelSixLietb pOlicjiasyith the peipb This iis par x ttt tiIG D Robertson 8 Co IHEADQUARTERS FOR ALL J aJ Farming Implements and Tools 6 Seeds Clover Timo- thya AJishai t14 BlueGrass Red Topl aplkgI NoHbernwhitel Oats etc 4 HARNESS Buggy harness hi Plow Wagon and all kinds of strap goods MANUFACTURED AT ADRIAN MICHIGAN Made of the best hard steel wire thoroughly grdlvanized The locks not slip rthey are nol driven down tin the mrelcnce net a wire is injured 16 cross bars to the rod Tha heaviest woven wire standard farm fence on the marKet WRITE FOR PRICES AND DESCRIPTION V POULTRY AND FIELD KINDS i 0 A FUIrL LINEOF UPTODAJE HARDWARE GROCERIES ti t + THE LAXATIVECOUGH SYRUP For oil Coughs and Assists InThe Red expelling Colds troth the sysClover Blos tem by gently moving the WOXflfld the bowels A certataHoxiey Dee relief for croup and is on every l whoopingcough bottle Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey It Tar motes the contains =KENNEDYS tAX iiOOSTAISISOHONEYMTAR r O- FLO DeWITT CO CHICAQOU a 4 Sold by Red C ross Dru Store ticularly true Of the Northern Democrats There is uo roason whatever wby the Democrats of the South slv u d not assert themselves in tlm selection of a Presidential nominee Mr Bryan iis a long proposition The chances are against his caaving any State North of the Qhio river and of Southern Slates he will likely lose Mary land WestVirginia Kentucky Tennessee and Missouri In the deolorably disrupted condition of the Uemocrdcy Anything may happen but the Denomination of William Jennings Bryan seems atthis hour a ceriainfy Lou isville Herald lie Paice uf EeallH The price of health in a ma larious district is just 254ccnis the cost of a box uf Dr Kings New Life Pjlls writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part new life and vigor to tim ystem 25o Satisfaction guiirr an teed by Haydon Robortspri druggists r Yerkes Resigns Washington April 1 John V Ygriteys will rotireiflrbm tliie office of Commissioner of In terpal Revenue on Apil30 and enter upon the practice of law fn this city His Sucpessor has already beea selected but an nouncement as to bii Idenity isv withheld tor the present It ili intimated however that he is a Kentucky man and tbis after noon i it Vas rumored it vas George DuRelle the United estates District Attorn9y at Louisville but this report was oil ciull denied although it was ad mitt d thatDu Relic had bet n under consideration for theiinn IIUC Mr Yerkes will become a mem bor of one of the loading law firms of VVastington on wliLgJt has the Chesapeake and Ohio Bsltimore aoe Ohio and Southern railways and the Catholic tJlit varsity a onk itsclbnts When he was practicing law in Keh tucky the Commissioner Vhs councel let the Sputheru aqd Chespeake and Ohio roads His present salary is 0000 a year but there is no doubt His incoiho hereafter willabe muph larger r Hoiicc To our CDslomers We ate pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not effect ed by the National Pure jKood and Drug law as it contains no Opiates or other harmful drugs and we recojtvf merd it as a safe remedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross Drug store FOIEYSKIDNEYCUSE H kitKMMy and MfidJir Right a 1 initsC- hatfanooIa1 all Narrows etc A GOOD DOCTOR will recommend BALLARDSe HORE1OUNDaSYRUP Every cough vcakcns the lungs J pwerstha vitalitj bfoaks down the tissnos and 1avs the system in a weakerrecl condition cnl1 it to be more BtiBcoptible to tho 11pti germ Ballards Horehbuna Sprup will ingIIthe and strengthen tho system i The Children Like IL Mrs Ci II Runyon Stanberry Mo writes I have usncl your Jiallards HorehpundSyrun and flialk avery useful medichto for coughs and coWs and infactnlllung troubles It is very pleasant to take and vo havd no trouble in inducing the children to take it I recpm mend IV highly Dont wtit until that cough dovelopa into moro gerous malady Save yourself and children many sick spells and iQs ro a long undjhaalthy life IUR1S COUGHS COLDS SdRE LUNOS- BRONCHLTIStIOARSRNfiSS I WHOOPING COUGH AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES Pleasant Quick to 25c and 100 to Take Cure Ballard Snow Liniment Co 500502 North Second Street ST Lours MISSOURI Sold andl Recommended LRed Cross Drug byjj d iliil v w- 1A4ONDL4f4ii asH0tfOKTI1EfJLD l I hoQc8t V3lUfor tltctoik w Dilxd ErUd v SIao hon ciaaI Gocdrehistrnatri4 t t fltsdharatcr Ip vca Ce ito ci FIitia the Fr d J JJsIaz thz aNf4 Ikvl Jmple Cultivators 1Joacc FENCE OFALL AND ORIGINAL l J c IrI t I i fiiiV f our n2 dS tisJs j4ll AHOTiiW HAStlY THEH j JQEWfiWcEMORE IN THE I O OO t o Consumption is less deadly than it used to rfl3 Certain relief and usually complete beiit will result from the following treatment 19 Hope rest freshair andScptt r Emuiontit O ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO V O OOOO Progrcsciva Hog Raiser ClKf tor jrhoiiiti of Wfttorvlllo Ia pnibulily one of tho iiiost progfusslye ho r lifeeilyia of Kansny IHi JlfivW In lcteIg his stuck up tQttiiftlH fiB sttulIll1rcl uucl In spjroprLtte3 Jioistit the UHluMilBirt rnisejj JEfe fiii r just completed n content lio iibunb rliicu cost him Ono of the fcatuT 5 of this Jiouso li n dipping tank xvi It ia a novelty InstoKd of dipping one Jiu mnl nt a thno he his bulta huxo dlp Qhftnnk nnJ ITnne1ltU o orator which works Inside the tank Uc toads h18 clcvntor full ut hogs and then It uatHall tlat hop are hn Homed when qc platform Jln raised iiid niter tint lop am allowoil t drip or a ittRftil il tiirtwo the gute3 tire tonc t nirf JUio lJinja releusod as the i1eatur Isbejui j1ttJl filled By this it thot11Ic iIictc1lU Iloirs Ia a JmttlHurn OijiU done III hour the old ystu1Iiuwts City Jour J I t j Pows kinds 1 i To planters Grain Drills t1nsu cough lan 50c TKY meIlu Come out brlirhter If a llttlt bluing b tddQiFttlo lat rinsfin water apicnaors or Catos f iailf wfejt niu Infels Of NeW Yon flirc rJvalinK otnli other Iii the almost tlttltItt itV vih vUIrll they imvo Jltfiwl rn snail rots for dlunor ntvl afr f r p rU At ono cniTo Bttwultt tile sale ur one of tItSCI roouM ur co iy ied uulhnjty of mil rora ntr le Fwnclt fisfatoii while tilt CfIIII i vorotl trlth green anl grape bltuclios uf pfnk amid purple grrape tf glww ritbJn wUIcli ore ewe nlc Ifhlf 11m offcct Ik that of n beau 1ruflnjobiilight time oTo t of wlilrh la ol tj talnotl Itf clfetrlis lHuloMl iu gJoboa ofjlio rob unl heuiT of mooullg t spoil thronjfi t1tlitrnr of fjJut jveu K ivi Kxchnpg DESIRABLE PROPERTY l 1F0R SALE JBY OJ D m LAKTli t z Real Estate arid IInsurance Springfieldt JKy f f Springfieldbarn plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price JO per acre No 4 255 acres ihtee good barns two dwe1lingsplent ibfxgrass All t the farm ready iftr thle pow Price peracre 4 No 5 167 acrett seven miles from pringlield plenty timber oak ashf ilckory good dwelling and barns ell watered one ba1f mile from choolhouse and church Good to bacco land Price per acre 15 No 0 05 acres nine mile from twobusesacreS of tobacco well fenceL milesfromgoodbarnlargedwellingon railrdad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in SpringfieW Well located fromSprinfifletddwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 330 No 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwell ing on good pike 31 miles fro ih depot one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 00 acres bottom land rods stone fence Price 32 goodtimberdwellingtwotobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springy fine young orchard all kinds of fruit largeand sral ice rnewL No 0250 acres nine miles from goodtenanttwo stables 7o acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre No 21 90 acres good wire fence plenty locust pots 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of attr Price 515 per acre dwelling2tobaccabarns bacco bne barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fencer plenty of water P ce35per acre No 24 166 acresp 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns stock barnUjcorn crib ice house hen house 1JPlt home cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre J No 25 248 acrcs 21 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard goad cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ftmnder pining laid in cement water in every held allyear fine set of grass 35 acres of corn this tear No 27 70J acres 6 fniles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smok house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 Nl 28 160 acres 3M miles from Spiirigfield on good road3 mile from pike plenty of tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acres easy payments countyJontown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of haysmall barn 36x40 ft 70 acres n timothy and cloyerr40 acres in corn all rest of oarih in grass brickvtenant house grainery 2 story painted ma chine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes InNels county Price 60 per acre All limestone land No35 225 Hcres fine land in the edge of Sptiagfield Will sell as a hole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty df grass Cheap No 36 House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70x210 Stable coal house and cellar b ggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods town 3000 No 38 180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm in llingfinestock water 3u per acre No 39 102 acres good four room welling tobacco barn holcl tj acres obacco lwcnt the acrgs Of timber plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7i miles from Springfield close to school and church Price f30 per acre y No 40 Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all outbuildings tine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seved mileSfrom Springfield eight miles from Lebanon il good pike one bran new dwelling uilt this year gOQd cellar and cistern ever falling spring in yard mUkIouse at spring Good orchard lenty of small fruit one tenacre barn one stock barn will- old seventyfive mules Buggy house ntl all outbuiIdlngs Fne grass ThreequartersfPrice 45 per acre easy payment No 45 164 acres one and onehalfmiles from Springfield good small gQodbarn3 oflocal46 fromSpringtiel1timber small house stock barn well fencepricefromSpnnglleldacre tobaccQ barn t sometImber18acresNo 4il A farm containing2M acres dpiketobacco barn plenty tobacco land PlentylocustandschoolfromSpringfield f plentytOQa closeto50peracreNo 1 fromBloomfleldCooneynecktobacogrowjngpart fiveroomfive acres of tolacco All i11 milesfNoSper acre No 52 135 acres 5 room dwelling corncrIbacresfinetobaecofrompikeydCJwnj thfeeearstypropNo 54 Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues propertyntfieldbarn fromSpringfieldholds 12 acres of tobacco plenty y thebestneighbQrboods Wb6lefarmper rnIiesiomSpringfield dwellinggoodi b4rnPrice ofJXOQmdweIlingfine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered anal fenced Price 31per acre fromSpringfieldtobacco barn good stable and meat fjneorchardclose to church aIid chooIll Prlce530 per acref i frontSpringfield barnsjorchard ofttluegrasPrice 15000 fromSpiiagfieldrpom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn new stable new corn crib and buggy house new old slock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land awenfnitobaccotimber farm all in grass well water milesfromNo 63 180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike12 acre ito 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