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I T t BSIABLISlfED IN 1883 JtLu 1 E 1 u 7Ey SEmESYOL XIV P1017 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY APRIL 25 1907 fioOiER fi4 1 1 DRF TRUSTY PRACTICAL a DENTISTOffice oyer Havdoa Barber r JVntel work atreasonable prices 11 work guaranteed r SPRINGFIELD KY = Oyj DIRECTORY ia SPjdN iriEI Di countyseat of WaiL1Itton County 52 miles south twt t exiafTton 59 miles from Ixmrtfllle on Bardstowc branch of 7l irille and J ashville aroad in a JafaratvafC d agricultural district fw9 Jtaksteleri andtetephone Uiis expre4joCc flotsrmills lumber yaritfr Potation 1700 population of siity 15000 t S XepceetatiVeifl Congress Hon D M Smith Hodgenville Ky Iepreieistatiye in Kentucky Leg Ij atre1 Hon W D Claybrooke Kefc c tative in State Senate Hon Harry traacatter Lebanon KT icuaty pircctory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins oa the fourth IfomUty in February Maytnd Octo Wrt 54 1If Tkgrian Judge iLj J Durham Commonwealth At 9TMJ vlSbt 4 Noe Clerk M tG Leac maD MasterCJommiss er t QUARTERLY COURT QuarterlyCourt is held on the third Ion ay in each month BIi Litsey Judge 1 COUNTY COURT Co nty on the fourth Ifonday in etch mouth BiWtsey Judge WT Booker cOunty Clerk T S Mayes County Attdrney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson t Dicklsh ra HerbertEddleman Depntiet E4 Masters v Jaes T Moore County Surveyor T 5 OBryan Assessor S WT Mitchell Deputy 4 Robert Noe Treasurer jl Montgomery Coroner j J j yf Bush Supt of Common ekooli P O Springfield i CITY COURT c Ja tA R Noe Police Judge JIJohn praceiMarshaU W F Gflgsb3rj6ity Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jttotlce Courts are held in January April July and October v Church Directory i METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser rice on the First and Third Sundays i1neach month at 11 a m and730 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 12im v Prayer mtetiflg every Wednesday q F ght1 r CATHOMCLQHURCH J 1eroP F Hennessav i Pastor Ser- Vice l fwerr Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock mm Services at St Rose same hours t f pRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ruv R EC Lawson Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am tad at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetln jofV rf Thursday ev nlne at 7 ooJock IBAPTisT CHURCH RevsWmIiiSon Williams Pastor 4- P r9tchng eerv Sunday at4s i 1and 745 pm Sunday School yery Sunday at930autPra zneetiii lf- every Tnesday eyeninif at 743 QclPck p fraternal OrdersIi 6 MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets first and third Monday ei each mouth Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council Ho52 meeftson verY tourth MOndaySKNIGHTS of THRMACAHBES Meet ii trcirnco 1 rFOLEYS r J t HQEYDTA t r TlBJrigiuaj LAXA11YE c u remedy j I 1nnlv0II1IJeaG 4i c everybody Sold everywhere 1Ili n FOLCY1 MONEY an4 TAR fa U y packacRefuHlnoi ltl titr tj Pr ff reCI onJyby Fei4y A Company Chicago Ia1e ge Cros la1i f v r i w w r = ijD tc I fi tZ W A OF i MM A Modern HegireI a Im ready to go Isaida plump young bug As he kicked the earth whers9 nedbeen a slug Pm tired to death of Paris green Which coy rs allthats to be seenjY Jt smarts my stomach and hurts ray head- My brothers one and all are dead chosejiy home said the Cabbage Worm Deep in the young plants tender germ Alas the farmer has found me out J7ith powder and poison he 4pute me t routb And now Im a homeless wander rr Exiled rom house and pro vender On the orchards bough I pitched my tent Wherethe twigs by the pess ing winds are bent BilL e farmer came with P flaming torch Driving me out to escape a scorch J Said Caterpillar My silver tents With a mass of smoke and i flame was blent Said the Henhouse Miterm very small thought hed never see me at all But twas not long till kerd sene Came pouring in I1 think its fmean Sr To pester us liice with pyrete um Andrtheendvof it allis yet to come Who never has heard of belle i bore Cried the Current Worm with a voice that tore To the very heart of the soft Rose Slug Who exclaimed Aye aye tis a dreadful drug It gives squirm Ltija way thats repulsiye to 1every worm Then ouv spoke the Weeyil in angry turn Id like tl know when tile ends to cornel r Bisulphide of carbon is death to me fifj The farmers know it and I must flee f Who will go with me Well emigrate Who regains diserves his fate jG H iin Vicks Magazine IE 7w ThE NI3WS LEADER ROUND TALK convulsionsandtnakes- us AsyIf one iis tp judgej from recent occurences Springfield and Washington county folks are easy for the swindler and confidence man Two ases of recent occurence which were fully related irf the NewSvXeadergivean example 0 lthe facfer tbut these cases also show that however easily our pesopie are taken in by these un scrupuloust strangers they are quick act when they discover the ract hat theirconfidence has been betrayed as is also illus trated by the two ecent cases referred to As a result of the operations of these two smooth gentlemen onfe of them has beep in our 1tty jail for a week Ifacing a serious criminal charge and the other was bought back from Louisville after he hadI propably considered himsel safe from prusuit and was mad to answer and make good the damage he had dene in his dis dishonest operations That the people of this community appear to bo easily imposed on by smooth and dishonest citizens is nothing especially to their discredit It rather shows that the people being thoroughly honest themselves are willing to believe everybody else equally so untityhey hqv proven to the contrary When the proof 1 the contrary is forth coming hbwever the good yictims ojf these slick fellows rascality are quick to call them to account an force them to pay for their fun N q J I LANTS SCARCEWe dont Equityltds this year said a prominent to- baccOi grower from the north end of the county the other day The weather man has seen tjo it that there will netbe an oye rJ production this season unless plants are kmportdd The heavy freezes destroyed many of the plant beds eniirfy and whai was left is having a hard stru gle with the dxy weather Tbis is the situation to a great extent all over the county and tht tobacco crop will be short and a late one according tc all indica tions at present I jBIllen bya Sufc Through blood p o isonin caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bosqueville Tex would have lost bis leg which became a mass ofrunning sores had he not been persuaded to try Bucklens Arnica Salva Be writes The first application relieved and four boxes healea tall the sores Heals every sore 25c at Haydon fc Robertson drug store Another Crusade NeqYor11Jacob S Cox y of the Coxey army of 1894 is planning another greau national crusade on new and sensational lines and he may commense operations the present year It all depends on the outcome of his investments which he says now lock exceedingly promising Mr Coxey the erstwhile General of the Commonwealth said I expect soon to be worth several million dollars and J am preparing to take up my campaign of eduqation where I jras forced to XQVe it t seyeral years ago Tshall conduct his campaign on new and original lines and in a way that iit wll be certain to attract attention of thenation I will travel with an entire tran of cars and a tent capable of seating many thousands and my coming will be advertised exactly like a great circus I will also carry with mea complete company of high priced perforwers who will furnish en tertainment for the crowds during the hpurs when I am not speaking so that Ocxey day will be a general holiday for miles around every town I visit This country Is becoming ripe for JUSt a great movement The indications are all that way Look fit Roosevelt In some inspects he is more radical than lever dared to be and he is tte headof the great conservative party ofthe cocntry M Hemorrliaies of 1M Juus Sdveral years since my luugs were so badly affected that I had many hemorrhapfca writes A Mr treatf ment several physicians with out any benefit I then started to take Folevs Honey and Tar and ray lunge are noras sound as a bullet istageslofTar stops tl1con1hand heal the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Refuse substitutes Sold py the Red Cross Drug Store Held to Grand Jury iThe eXJ1J tngkfjlqf the men who vrC arr stedthe eyening efqiiethe recent local ntfl nteHngBinto a conspiricy to bribe voters was concluded Friday afteinooj and resulted in the defendant being held to answer to thu grand jury Each of the accused t except Mr J B McAtee gave bond in the sum of 100 distmissed Mr McAtee was used as a witness by the Cbnimon proseYgrand jury witl conveae nqctt Monday which is- o the opening day of the April term of the Marion circuits court Wednesddaymorning of last week be fore Squire J H Sparrow the regular judge having been sworn off the bench bv the defendants who alleged that they believed they could not obtain an impartial trial Before him During the three days of the trial a large number of witnesses were introduced by the Common wealth The defense introduced no proof but asked a dismissal on the Commonwealths evidence ThisJudgeSparrow refused to grai holding that the testimony holdingJThe defendants held over are Messrs Maurice Doody J H Kearns Ed Sandidge Wallace Cardwell Tom Boone RN Wathen Edd Coppage GeorgE AJVey Jack Bland Ben Matting ly James Colcher and Frank Fehr ot Louisville and two negroes Charles Johnsod and Henry Smith All of them ex cept the two negroes are either directly or indirectly connected with the liquor traffic in tbis city Lebanon Enterprise Dou Business AsaiiK IJWhen my friends thought J was about to take leave of this world ou account of irfdigestion nervousness and general debili tv writes A A Chisholm Treadwell 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 curing me 1 am now doing busi ii ess rgain ofold and am still gaining daily Best tonic medicine on earth Guaranteed by Hayden Robertson drdggists 50c Senator Beck Of Kentucky Ida M Tarbells story offine tariff iu The American Magazine is brimfuUof characteristics of iraportanbmen Here is an ac count of Senator Beck of Ken tucky taken from the May American Beck was a Scotchman hy birth and a Democrat of eighteen years Congressional experience Powerful in body and minrt brave hOnest combative he led his party in the Senate with great effectiveness It was on the tariff that Beck was at hip best Let him get after a rate he regarded as iniquitous and he was like an avalanche His mighty arms swung like ham mers wrote an English correspondent who heard him once on tongueVhiching thunders out the shortest and simplest Anglo Saxon words that can be found to compose his terse sentences Now and then the clinched first comes down on his desk with telling force The whole speech is made up of facts and statistics If a ilower of rhetoric should spring up in his path he would crush it with his ponderous loot If a trope should get into his throat he would swalluw It Adjectives metaphors and similes find no place in his oratory Like Joseph Hume he isa man of figures and li te him he speaks like a problem in mathematics Use Kcnjieds Laxative Cough syrup Children like Its pleasu l the1rl1yIendorsement Contains no opiates but drives out the cold through the conformntyIto Pure Food and Drngs Law Rec omroended and sol 1 by The Red Cross Drng StoreS SPRINGFIELD MEN HONORED Woodson Moss and W D Claybrooke Elected ffiIf cers of the Hotel Men Association Springfield was especially hon ored at the organisation of the Kentucky Hotel lens Associa tioa at Lcuisyflle last week by having twoor her citizens elected to office in that associatieb Mr Woddson Moss manager of one Walton Hotel Vas elected Preside and flV D Olaybrcoke was chosen Secretary The Courier Journal gives the follw lug account of the meeting Aside from the organization of the Kentucky Hotel Associa tion yesterday about fifty of the hotel proprietors of the State many of them for the first time meteach other and had a splen did time socially The business session lasted all the afternoon during which time ideas were exchanged for the mutual bene fit of those engaged in the business The chief idea in the or ganization as brought out by the speakers was that the aim of the organization was for the better ment of the conditions in the hotel business in the State and at the same time to secure such legislation as is fairatldeqnta ble to the hotel men of the State as well as to the public who patronize these institutions The meeting came to a fitting clQse last nisrht at a dinner at The Seelbacb given in honor of t the members of the new associa t don by Louis and Otto Seelbach proprietors of Louisvilles newtt est hotel Th3 banquet was aIJ most laborate affair and was I pronounced by the guests as one of the mst befitting that ever graced any occasion Besides the adoption ofa set of bylaws t the association elected the followI ing officers for the ensuing yearI President Wooflson MOSS of Springfield Secretary W D Claybrooke of Spiingfield Treasurer BL4B We tzejof Frankfort The president WIS authorized i to appoint a vice president from each congressional district President Moss only announced a part of the number last night stating that owing to the factI that some of the congressional districts were not represented at the meeting he would have to annoutcevic presidents in these districts later Thosq announ ed were as fol lowsl First District N C DoylOj of Fulton r Second District ff G Leon ard of Dawson Third District G M Williamson of Bowling Green Fifth District Pike Campbell of Louisville Sixh District G W Ander son of Carrollton Seventh DistrjctrMrs Pearl A Rogers of Georgetown r Ninth pistnctHH B Daugh erty of Muysville Eleventh District R ti Parks of Pinevile IAfter sbme dtecussij9n it was president andagreed tuat tlj3 the vice presidents should con stitute bDmmittee on bylaws rultivators1 I t RIDING WALtING rrTO3GLESS J I k S SEEDSCORN r LatIf I MILLETT SORGHUM I PUMPKIN SEED I r4 John Lily Barber L= iiiiii Suceseor to Haydon Barber eI= aS EtlGLAlDSAYSI NO ALUM I IN FOOD In England and France the Sale of Alum Baking Powder is pro hibfted by law because of the injurious effects that follow its use The law in the District of Columbia iso prohibits Alum- in food tfo H and any other matters that should be attended to It was agreed that a legislative com- mIttee should be appointed later by the president which should take up the matt4rof legislation that W1libe offered before th- enoLegislauret jfc is likely that President Wobdspn Most and Vice President PikeCam pbell illbe members of this committee Not more than one name will be added tq jthis corn mitt e as it is suggested that the commi tee ot be made too ucwieldy The matter of what legislation is needed has not been and thisfully determined matter will be fully discussed before any attempt is nude at at drafting a bill to be presented at the next Legislature IpThe Banquet given las night Red room of the Seelbach by Louis and Otto Seelbach was was a most enjoyable affairi The real guests of honor at the fair were Mrs Pearl ARodgersi and Mrs M J Lancaster of Georgetown and Mrs Woodsson Moss wife of the first presient of the association President Moss presided as tcstmaster Most of the llocalf hotel men and also Charles L Stone who represented the rolling hotels of the Loup ville and Nashville Railroad Company had seats at the ban quet board Good Jndment Is the essential choracterlitic of mea andwoman Invaluable to good busi nes9Iten Bed necessaty housewives A oman shows good judgmentsvhen she buys Whites Cream Vermituge sr her baby The best worm medicine ever offered to mothers Many Indeed are the sensible mothers who write expressing their gratitude for the good health of their children Which chey owe ttlhe use of Whiles Cream Vermifnire Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store A Wholesale Grocery A wholesale grqcery company has been organized in tbiscity and If plans do not miscarry the company will be ready for bust ness by the middle qf next month At a meeting of the stockholders held yesterday directors ano officers were elected for the en suing year Articles incorpora ting tqe company will be filed with the county clerk todiv The name of the company will bethe Lebanon Grocery and a wholesale business only will be transacted The capital stock is 30 000dwded into 800 shares of 100 each Fifty per eent cf the stock has been subscribed and the remainder will bedis posed of from time to time as deemed for the best interes of the company The principal stockholders are the directors who are Messrs John L Powiell 1 0 wrHagan of Springfield B J Lancaster JA Kelly and T M Bates Officers elected yes today are John L Powell president 0 W Hagan vice 4 iet 1 J U fL IIISUlSCR17JQi I1RP44- 4SIflluhlnLnhiiiutI1 KENTUCKY I againstThSaypkiiilp ROMAIII president and B J Lancaster secretary and treasurer The company has leased the building in Uuiqn Block winch was occupied by D R Botkio Co prior to the recent big fire Itf is now being put in shape rapidlv and it is believed will be ready for occupancy within a few weeks Enterprise Stomacb and LiTF Trouble CJ114 Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures stomach and liver trouble as it aldtlI digestion any stiuniatss the liver aud bowels without irricating these org ns like pills and ordinary cathar tics It cures indigestion and sick eeadacee and chronic constipation tI Store Afflicted Like Unto Job- Matthew Saniidse a pioneer of Hardin county has been adjudged of unsound mind His afflictions were equal to that of Joband finally unseated his mind jA number of years ago he asj stricken with paralysis BTe was afterward stuck by railrOaltrain and made a helpless crippij A short time since he accidentallyi shot and killed his iyjfe while she watt helping Him to keep out a burglar Two weeks ago he was attacked by grip which wasihe final afflic tion in unseating his Iind t I Eggs For Hatching From select pens of White Plymouth Rock BrownLeghorn hnd White Wyandotts My birds were premium winners at the Fairs last year Eggs 75 Cents fw 15 N A6 0 KIMBALL 112m Springfield Ky heM n Who Pays i D bs j The man who pays his debts and his taxes may be a blessing or a curse to the commuqity It depends on what else be does In making this statement it is to be understood that by the word debt is meant the ordinary cash obligation which a nan In- curst in the transaction of his business There are men who appear to believe that so long as they are not indebted to their neighbor for goods purchased or the municipality the state for the last ta levy they have discharged their whole duty awl nothing more can be asked of them Bat in reality a mM duty s tohis r neighbor is liiWo- nly i by his power to do his neighbor good and his duty to thecommunitr by bis abililjr to be of service to iit The cowmtt nlty in which tlie preTailiiif statement is What dplgi oat It11 ISOilewhich does DOt and capnot perEX lOIIir d fWW N Mxam POWDE1R 1 I 11product tIne To Tt1M DOgTaX A movement is ra feotatKM sellville to institute a nit ii tbn IJ Logan CoiBty Circuit tkwiri i which the constitsUoHaliiJ C the dog law will be MIIi44 There is great objection tO1 law m that part of he MMad it will be aseaiM wifc roc It is stated Ithat the aeti iUojj stitntionsl for many geaspii chief of which is that it iasvoi uniform taxatioa in foatlt vas each dog at 1itbotati refilstiee to t6e actaal Tabs e of the iaiii al and secoadljt that the I45sM lture has exceed iits jz placing a lice JIe tarteaathe coBStitatioA o lyw ia Jthe legialattirsia placing Isjsrt- ax on certain ifeeifiet fMa i chises proftssie s trais rt1t THE ilXAS Wit Carea all Kidney Bl dtrliSl Rbeiaatlc trovblM fkrHl br S 7 all druggists or 1ft sts treatmwat bj Rail Jnc lDt E W Hall 202t OliTf 4r m- St Louis Send fo- etimonials KtmUiakj sS a Ow Mboro GMM W J By a ma oaity of C44t rote the people of Owinfror Volifc J in favor of opH at36smiat- hat city aft r OM of U Mr4 lit foHgtit iol balMfv ever aeta Im tfcafc ityv P na f the entire 47 thiiisani fit WOmen aad chiWr paradnd ts t streets with banners and pisjri wire offered oontinuooilj TW whisky 6orONUL tMivlt StaWwereliMMU1Ii fwiW the M wtte Md their Wlfaiiijla tion was alsoai perMtv Tas negro ibs playW a piletpartih rsiln 1JWIl r ili Mticb barn be ad a wril- Iea aboat pt eiia I times rbepcpakw yi is- tiitrit au i itrmore BsUMtt BriM lPjeto date and atef aJlplliwter and Mo UMp jftili about anything 7 Mi lifcr Ilia not absolmltlj wiektdi slwagr povtd u you psm asus twenty iianelj al My baare s tiM sototf or tiM Word 4JoW 41 tiMr 1oiaE parson Trat mstgt ta raibkbneIapi1It ina iy Wl what we wato Tii t eya a4 Aore MMiaD JTJa is ood 11l1l11Dlli1 CWatdJIniiiiir j n IquI- Id brth for an iir J oIrb o b1- be I wa- rIMJI =ihe AIiIeriCaa sissYS a1rs nrOoontrj for April j t III 4 JUY lilt NEWSLEADER t TCTUMOtB JIVXB y THtTJtSD A7 1 A YEA IN ADVANCE hjj SPRIMGFIBLPVKY fr 3D is DAVISON Jr V Y T it1oe1l or bvstne9s notices 10 cents per jJjSieksubseqBentlnsertJon r CUlls on candidates tind political matte jbiwarkls done at lowratesbut cash llpjfl b IBid on tfellvei of pr rds Y inyertlalng contracts made on liberal errni kr 3bltaarle and resolutions of respect LieU per1hi 6j i 01lcmu Nft ity MaIstrat I 2 trlftJtIIM5 1r 1rt THURSDAY APRIL 25 1907 X t ft ANNOUNCEMENT r Ih We are authorized to a1ounceJ ogers Gor of pringfielda candii ite for State Senator from the Fif tethSenatoria1t District composed u f Marion Washington and Taylor Bounties subject tjthe action of the i temocratIc party c Bmocratic National Commit- I jfce a Who cajre to expr6ss an iZ phr nat the preseut timo on tlrho tthe partys standard bearer i fJ bould be in 1908 are a unit in f declaring for the nomination of William J Bryan says a Wash AIng on dispatch Three inquiries frfJrera addressed recently to thev tlnoors of National Committee l ihe first as to the preference oi IIthe voters in the several States Si4second as to Bryans gain or r LJOSS in popularity and third as Vio whether a candidate from the fouthW9 1t1 be acceptable In VnlT one of the replies received cXfcSVr oea the committeeman decline r Wo declare a preference The others from the Eas South frid North agree that Bryan is t lis strong as ever or stronger Noobjectionis raised to a Soutn fi I t ern candidate although the Southern men do not urge one 4 Alarge crowd of Republicans care assembled at Winchester- where a nomination for Rail proad Commissioner is to be a eTbe crowd is ntattract Jled by interest in the commission Ji er nominations for Av Toiler is j tlie only candidsite for tbafc hen t tw but interest is used overa jnF t eqtrestiottastOwneiher Presi TTdeht lnoosveits administration is to be endorsed It is thought thaf the conviBiiion will endorse the candidacy of lion A E Wilson for the Republican nomi r nation for Governor t J frMr Rooseyelt is always loaded jand ready to meet attacks from his critics A news item say icPJie President in a lotter re plying to criticisms of his recent utterance criticising Moyer and Hay wood of the Western Fed 1er ti I of Miners as undersira bler citizens U reiterates his Strictures of the methods em- t ployed by that body tJ rAccording to a Madridnews paper the Spanish Ministry of jr Marine has received a cablegram r from Cartagena saying that Ihe t plague is raging atthat port and tbftfcSOO persons have been sent i 1pp hospitals rt tkmiijs Hate Kidney Trsihleand NenrSSuspect it Sow To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and letitstand twentyfour hours a sedimentor Uingindjcatesau unhenlthycon ditioni kidneys if itstains your linen it is kidney trouble frequent desire to pass it or pain is also convincing proof tliatt he kidneys and bladder are out of order V WiiatToDo r There is comfort the knowledge so Soften expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot great kidney remedy fulfills every in curing rheumatism pain it back kidneys liver bladder urmarylassageItaM scalding pain passing jt or bail Seffetts following use of liquor wincror beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being competed to go otlen iluring the dayand to get up ninny i times during theTextraoTdisary iiiglit The mild and l effect of SwampRoot is son realized It stands highest itwouderful cures of the l1Iostdisj trMsing cases If you need a medicine yoaliouldfiav6 best Sold bVdmg1 grits ia fiftycent and onedollar ScYot may have a sample Jboltle amT a + 1 4biok that tells af- laititiothientfree1T t by pail Address Dr i V JLHer fc Co Bing w uic tciiteii N Y When of the evidence of too in the back in the wish the in the for the 0 iiipilLot C writiaf mientioa t1 paper az4 dont aJray mista1c but remember the name Dr ElrnerSr SwampRoot and the ftddreds Binghamton K Y 9 9 11 rirTREc 1 HARNESS FACTORY fOR SALE In order to dissolve a part r3 nership wewill offer for sale at our factory on Main Street in Springfield Kyoat 2 oclock pm on- Saturday April 27 pur harness manufacturing establishment consisting of machinery and stock on hand This is a splendidopportu nity for a profitable invest nntTERMSOnethird cashrtdthtwelve months7 equal installments The purchaser to execute notes with approved security payable at either bank in Springfield Ky and bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale Blue Grass Mfg Co tFenwick Mr Yates ofSbarpsville was here Sunday to see Ms best girl Mrs W G Adams was the guest of her sister Mrs Cecil at Raywick last week spentSundayRogers WJlf iJarker visited Miss Dora Brown at Kirkland Sunday Mrs John Parker and Eminettj visited her mother Mrs W T McMillen last week Ray Robinson who is attend ing school here spent Saturday and Sunday v ith his parents at Kirkland Dr H Mv Bartes w1fe and children of Dcgansville visited the family of W FLogdo last week v ItRnight and Sunday with Tom Bowles visitinghermaker e Mrs Sudie Hyatt of your town is visiting Mr and Mrs W T Anderson Mfs Lucy Anderson and son Logar left last weekforlIoeI- tapa v visjtedthefamilyl week reportDin writ Mrs f inigWalter t spentSundarRogersI i v visitedherWhat isH that tasts as pleasaTitas mapel sugar and quickly releaves coughs and colds Mothers who have used JiILqoick1yanswetK rt nedys LaxativeCough Syrup The pleasant cold remedy tLat exyels the cold thpough its laxrtive action on the bowels Conforms strictly thtlie Pure Food and Drugs Law Codtaina no opiater Sjld by the Red Cross Drugstore t Trenfville ISunday school has organized at Rock Bridge with Mr Gor don as Superintendent Large crovds attend Mr Abe Cheatham at this place gaye abirthday dinner in donor of his son Palmer April 15 Quite a ncmber were pres ent and report a good time IllinoisMrs SimmsMitsMrRichard RyanlastMrs Harvie Burns of Illinois RockBridge FridayMissMarthaat SundayMr big nephew J E Trentat ibis vritingS J tllrst son at thisplace Monday Good for every ng3 salve is used for and especially recommended for Piles That is what we say about DeVitt8 CarbpHzed Witch Hazel Salve That is what 20 yeara of origlonahIDruStoreMOOR S7iCrE j itBor on ApriFf Et6tii Jo the rltleight cowandMr 1D s 7 fcrvpO eSome ir pautming for Wdriner mtfwMiss Annie Jones who lives1 near Kellys Shop will teach tn Fairview school istrii tt No W She was the fourth aplicant Ihdothertrustees elected in school dis trict No 30 at the next election first Saturday in A ugustA full vote is expected Bro Beaight had a good crowd out lo hear Him preach atNew Hope church last Sunday morning and night W OEllis isverv thankfulj for his customers taking their treesaiid- up paying as they did He is now ready to take fall orders Measles iis stilt at Maud Midway and MoorftsViUe All are getting along very well at presi ent cseveral of our people took in county court at Springfield last Monday rhere were several car loads of logs shipped from Booker last week Mr C A Wall had a horse to die last week from an unknown cause Mr P D M oores mare foaled twin mule colts last weekl Both died t f K This will be tlie iauner VeeR for planting cyrriV f fS Messrs Sweeney and jSbn ara llSnii Cures Wood Skin Discuses Cancer Grcatcst Blood Purifier Prce If your blood is impure thin flisV youhaveI hingrisingsskin bone pains catarrh rheumatism i or aJ1rblood 4rr skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm BB B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blooft is made pure and perlargeBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised Iqr chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else fails 9lyr M ciNTIRB Eobert Wheatly sold to Robert Mills colored of LebanOn one twoyear old hfirse for 100 to Jim Montgomery a sr and eight pigs fourshoats and three sheep for61 J R Keen sold to Lewis Hamilton a sow and pigs for 825 JtE Hill bought ofT M 5oith two heifers at 16 a piece and two from Tiny Cecl atlfi piece rv Miss Rosy Osbornflzcdcr ckstown visited heuibnother Mr James Osborn Ilas Mcfttday Several of the boys and girls from here attended the dance at the Opera Hou e last Friday uight lIrJ C Ensoc andlwife yisited the home of Mr Hiloo Mclutire llast Sunday Mr Bert Kidfetl an Mjss TLgitie Fields attendedchurch SW flpse last Sundaj i l C Hill sold to Ahs Hill a Ojy and pigs for t5t When you need a pilll takea pi= and be5surc its an Early Riser De Vittsf4ittl Evly Risers are safe Sture satisfactoty pills The pills with ii r l tiftlm Ionot grie6r ickVnVVShiiia sbfd bythe RLCios DrLIg Sto- rrLEASANT rrr GIROVE A Mr J W Walls made a flying trip to HaVrodsbiirg one day last week Al r Nat Thompson and sister ftre in Harrcdsburg this week Hat k and Pate Shehan atten 9roSundayMrs Mattie Dragoo was the pleasant guest of Mrs Tom Baker Sunday The Little daughter of Mr andi Mrs Garland f Thompson pf Louisvillp has returned borne after a three weeks stay vVth her aunt Mrs N P Thompson Mrs Tom Baker was the guest of Mr Marion onq Thy last week Mr Will Thompson is on tire sick list Mr JlT Walls and wife were the guests of Mr Armstrong Mr and Mrs Hoinan and rdnptjsseJ througfi hjre Sunday going to Wilisburtf Mrs Tom BaUorand iltuglfle- rlis Sue made a Hying trip to Springfield SaturdayIThe weather has been so cold that the farmers have not pluJted corn yet r G arrett D Weathers Avon Ky says My Jiogs were so badly diseatJ ed with cholera thatIdkl not think medltal aid coald possibly save them I gave them Burbon flog Cholera Remedy and it cuted them wifhout a slcgl loss His the only remedy I have ever used that would cure hog cholera Sold and gurauteed by Hay don Robertson SprinRfieiiJ Ky t Notice All persons living in those districtsi in the county where the law pr hibitnglh9 running at large olstok Mn force are hereby notified that any livestock found running at large oil bettakcrn mVIdrproceeded aeainst according to 0I1nv 2t J S Osbonrne Sheriff WC JJr Weavers Syrup and Cerate SccccMfuI treatment for blood and jldn dlseates c t L LetterList- List of letters remaining ijn called for in the Springiffeld fy PO week ending April 25 1907 Mrs Ned ElleryT Mrs Clay Harper JSam Sudith Ben A Wright Persons co inng lor theseietters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters PM Clubt e pnpers coir mined accounts of the organiza tion of a Lewis Club in that city The Times tf Tuesdaysays Hi Republican Club was organized in the West End lost nigh to work fqrTudge John W Lewis and Cdlling upon him tomke the race for the Republic n nomInation for Governor Jhe iiieeiingW3s held 10 Pfisters Hall lv n ty fifth and Market st eisdnd was largely atten l 6di Svery mention of Judge Lewis1namei was the signal for enthusiastic applause Kcsolu tibns were adopted expressing the belief thiit Judge Lewis was Jtl 1e9nl v man who could unite t e1I aiijr factions of the party andcallingi upon him to make the ince F L Watson was eietetiHpresident of the club and VDL Laired secret ury r Flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield Wednesday May Istrnwith a nice Ijge of flowGK and plants Come early GJSO R MATIINGLY I1gjieiTg Hr C SJocl VVd are lrieased to announCe tkX- Ioleys t Honor And Tar ffrcolpHs colds and hUlk Vroube Is hot eu1sci eel by the National Pure Food afld Drug law as iit contains no opiates or other hlirINfuh drugs andwe uoo4u mend it as a safe remedy for children and aiiilts Sold by the Red OffC Drug storp Notice Por the next go hays we wHl vire housas for ctric ligfcfing purposes at the actual cost of matcriav and jariri A voj4tba danger it the c archt lump ex explosions by haying electric lights installodfn your liouse- Spingileia yaier Electric Li htGo 1edclI Jr bSpcp8iaclli tilt stomach i lltt makes the breath at swftct as aroeIKJodol is sold- briiggistis Igr GIItR rusrantee reUIOS tau ltcCUrns strictly to the lIfathlzml Pure IOsttd PrNK Ltw Seltirr the Reu1Crug Store- A j Clilnenc Irtltlnllon Whit ii detrftlve aw ata zuc1lnE if en Ithleahl Chineie eecret lIOt tj ht jeW ohIe ijur 4ewp1Ipet Chiet Tt tInson g ra ity at CWp se eOJId street jbtenit TIaIi4t1et7 l pri rvst He eowBMded l imelf and MW that the jMcewaii dteily Ug too bj a few tapcra Iii a tub were two sets of ttatriarcba flag a tomif louklna staff 4ajapr aclaaira tanI rule abacus a8- itteaII 8 which Verejmrt Qf Ute gear MMd Mttttotiag raeuibinr htio llif1rl 4 aoctety- Th re wise also senrsl 1otM put ira with writing on Um and a iwt covered irHb pjitt jind haldlnaj fan tnatk bant1n front of the tub wore lamp TIM 4ffDdaDta who wMre mrmbers of tie no Metr were puUhMK tte dUicr live tllroACk ar proceM of initiation and hail a jlk W pteoe of pAp r iWartng tholr tmmm did ke horn oT Owlr btrtk Itaalog were ttaed in this iwimmfr uio ciwIalaliMr ft RaiaVl raoraioalito Drsss tiie3e-I t la Vail to lDmtr that br hotlatqidftajid Wss trimmings oa barn Iwlfl ai not made of the m lkl meCaJ tte brUUaxtfintalfbeiuK ilue to a sort of lacquer covering Wiping wifjh aj sl cbtly AamppMsl Ith followed n brisk rubbing wIthitry bl5 J that they regain If ciwutinic eaitt pound be npplled the rhauc s are lIttho article nill bo rulniL I 5lIflrc Shun Kljicly IlopHMtkr rio with his arm arouAO otfr wIflMI tbM Hetmt w taru rife dartlugthe quiet saihCl1te Hltlatifr nl word tbe tomter lookv I n Ottder Jf It is n wwnt iJ of piq v 1iia ozlste Pmitlcal lii2feWilliam it ii more HkHy a weotopvof omo previous awirtlmrt Ihfurs Nn krltl cilumuj sdon oJEjUriS 5bf w Hint you sea hart awl 1Mt tfots tfce appeanuir of trwlh Tacttpi 5nt Cttwtli nt Slxly 3Iiis AmOe PwaJi i agedsixty yas 3 or Viaittmortt te curHnp her fourth lat tf teeth An abe anffern ilw paliticl af anlnfimt putting Its ftnt molars site la tuning txHttblBK ninip Mrs Pitgli aays her iier teeth arc more vnlushk1 Uin auy thing sle pow eg She Isha- Pml e prowl of tluu KLL THE COUCHAND CURE THE UNCS T Dr Kings New Discovery r IFOR HcfOLDS Ii60cIi Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT nnd LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK t J For Emergencies at Home x For the stockonthe Farm SiirsLiMnertt 1 a whole medicine chest Price 25c SOc 6 100 Send For Free Bookjef on Horses Cattle Hogs Poutry Address D Earl S Sloan Boston Mass Toronto Aittolctn Far C6n Rpatf jVs the rortOg In the vicinity of Toron to are paid to be among the worst In jlie Doihlhl6n of Contain the Toronto Automobile club has started a move ment to have thorn Improved says the llotor News The club accordingly hnd decided to offerat loast to rauulc Ipnlitles for n road Improving compell thou There will be three prlzcs rUX and 100 respectively which will be paid to the municipalities vsrbleb shoW the piece of roadway one lutle long on whch the greatest Improve tnejit has been made by July L Points governing tlje awards will be proper efficIencyPcperinaneacy of jioiistmctlcm Xo first prize will be awarded un less there are five entries np second prJue unloss there are eight entries mind ao thin prize unless there are ten en triM No prizes will be awarded on ittm the work is finished to a standard approved by A W Campbell commis sioner of highways for the province of Ontario one representative from thi York county council and one represent atlve of flue Toronto Automobile club A SiitrecHilon Jor ConntleH It has been iggfrsted that the conn ties In each slate having an inheritance tax low devote the receipts received r U1fmcb ource to the construction of almtlonoJ btgbws- plenaors or Cafes The cafe ami lintels of New YorK are rivaling each other in the almost oriental nplctMlor with w iich they have fitted up small rooms for dinner and after t ti V7 parU si At one cafe near Broadwaj tlw sides of one of these rooms are contpoeud entirely of mir roes after the French fashion1 while the ceiling is covered tyith green leaves ami grapes bunches of pink and purple grapes of glass within which are elec etc lights The effect Is that of a beau rtful arbor AhoUtercafc has mirrorr rLLttiJtgoInhi red ligbts throughout tlie room while the celling also of Aiirrors Js an exqutelte imitation of uioonllgiit tJld01Toet of which la ob tained by ehtrii Inclosed in globes of the color and shooiigf moonlight ieeit thrQiigh nidelicHto tracery of hint green loaven 1Ixclinwjje Wjiy Popcorn Pops What makes popcorn pop in asti till inquisitive youngster By the- evave rpplieshc receives tis eyl dent that the real reason is notgrn ertlljf known The different kinds of 9rncontainoil iILyarding proportions Ju pypetfI J clcisacumiilergbte gmouit This epnds alien heated becomes oxplosie mn- dcitweathe kernels t pqp open n cuhiiQOU 4jfl of oiL il in1 ftrtiijs eiiit only i1Ak withouti Avneh tt tei say mod housekeeping Popcorn is iinexpensive and nutri- tiouiss well if nob used to overiu iOleo cv Don Quixote Sianj grown lpeople as well as boy nod gM ire puiszlod about the cdrrect peotutusK Ia iou of fhe faiHoiis lohi Q nix l1Ipersons Itt being rtMiutrol by good uSage td do in is Ke te with the accent 01 Utu wcoml ayliable and the final nuitIMItttIel od awtbcKi ICWaCjtS wfttitho accent on the first jriiMlrf stud tlio 0 as In WOIIIX UtII An Old Tiipe Game 111 lays IllOwnt shopping tbto morning Mml overyUMMg I bOIl ht togaa wIth A ItmHi groeer I hbottghl II iK lnU JII lItlvOf ami waits tcn inse rr Ute druttdat Pohilt m atuiiheri from t1i d57 fjoofl store iwio the laker etc Tho re jif cs uttuat tjitii tGtelti TJic ponultj N to t HH plaro of the lier A Disconcerted Sciiolar aUrtpdtok tetrad It Tery cui1rrwevoJ1x i triad Mr vry It that tQ i Ihut4d nat rows Aiw uwirt obac 4 gave when tC1 r skI l dowib Hilt it hfXtthtttl IDat afIo hc was LIttle J tt1kh rW grnutiv d wet44I l tiM AratJel- lKt J Ilhdtll Another Holdup Hobo rrunkStty flrtrter I found de 1fJl1 lat row wlflt advertJsln a reward ic Ki fer Jr iiiHH k You dill oh Hobo Hank Yea and If yoiiBO dont glMkme T Ill hike It ba jk to her See Coiuuibns Dispatch 1 niicnral nK 21o doctor this imt ont began 41 dont feel well at all although I eat tml sfeairTery well and Oli Intprruptwl Dr Quack confi dently Ill stop all that In short or tJeiV Baheinian MaienKijik p IIo r lie 1ntiy1 Yon ought to study Ifiw j Why nina ron 34ili lutvo fbrgptten that I mil u member of the bar and thafJ triad a case for you last yearT No I linvojit Thais what I had In mind Chicago News Mauillc Atrnln dzuyflake hat Rod wa lier ntwc also hor ores It wasiit Maul for n beauty rrlze bentvihlOwUrlt Trlbuo A STATESMANS UNION ehemt ta Keep Moneyiak Mraea of Congressmen Representative W Charles Adamsa of Georgbws trying to organize among senators and representatives an asso elation whose nlbmbers will pledge themselves to pay just so much and nil more for board for house rent for midday lunches and after theater din ners says a WusWng correspond ent of the New York Sun In a word his association will recommend a max imum price for every necessity of lift for congressman during his stay at the national capital Mr Adam ou hopes to launch his as sociation next session He says that 200 members will be necessary for the 8Ucesa of his undertaking and that when once it gets In working order hotels will cheapen their rates land reaJtickets or450 IIthlniSII selves on a scale of prices and these prices are such that every cent of a leglslat rs salary is exhausted before he leaves Washington If congressmen received only 2000 a year they could live just as well as they will live on the 7500 o said Mr dl1ms the other day The people of Washington are determined to get all the money a congressman draws In salary Mr Adamson said he rented two rooms on street agreed to pay the Uudlady 30 a jnonth for them and In structed his secretary to move In He returned to his otfice In the afternoon to find that his order had not been obeyed The landlady he says bad learned that Adamson was a congress man She also learned of the increase in salary andahe accordingly notified the secretary when he went to take possession that the rent had been rats ed to 100 a month It is Mr Adamsons Idea that a corn binatlon of 200 representatives and seA lntors who will pay so much and no more will result in needed reforms TIe thinks a boycott of the expensive places would soon force them for wanf of patronage to reduce their fancy prices ANOTHER COMMANDMENT lThou Shalt Not Be a Snob SujgetU College Professor YhoufehrilF not be snob pe not a Bnab If you would be a man This was proposed the other morn lug as ail eleventh commandment at tije iJiiiverslty of Chicago senior college chapel exercises by Professor collegeiaystbeIfcondltlons had been In Biblical times as lljey are nor said Professor ItiisscH there would have been an eleventh commandment Thou shim not be a snob If you would be a man be not a snob A snob was Qe ned by the speake as a man who prostrates himself before those who have position and wealth anti who considers himself su perior to those who do not bask in the fiuushlno of Itt neuce Professor fRusscU also scored the cynic and tho pessimist A cynic hue prostrate before the dutlesof life he said lye watches ghIngIparticipate game Get Into the game yourselves my friends and do not stand aloof neglecting your absolute duties The pessimist also gives way before the problems of life He sees and wants to see no good In anything thut exIsts or can be accomplished In tLe world Ills point of view Is distorted by his constant habit of putting thing In the darkest Ugh lie mon anti women Get on your feet anti up on your toes as athletes up In starting a race Help right thing nlong for yourselves and others Above nil take a manly attitude ta regard tr life fi His Way ofPairing A nuiiibcrl of years ago at a small towns in Maine ap important local election was 15 take place and there was strong rivalry between the Re molraDmany farmers were Republicans On the morning of the election a farmer same fo have his horse shod Th6 blacksmithsaid to him Were both busy Yourea Republican and Im- a Democrat Lets pair off Well neither ofus vote and it will mount to the same as if both went uponAftprMorse hud paired off with five Re publican farmers fiefte Work With Sejkratiin While the merits of the farm sep arator are quite generally under stood dairymen In many Instances taU to propfrly appreciate that jt la Ins Variably applicable to their own Indl vldual coultlons and that toev ry one separaMug cretm from milk jtoffers a means of better and more sat JsCactoryrC3ultg J The advantages of the farm sepa rator over the gravity system are toe numerous to give a full or extended enumeration but those of most Iml portnucc ann more perfect separatioji greater value of skIm milk saving el time antI libor saving of Ice and a r ntv of butter AmericaiJ I CHESTNUT DARE S i If Asa Sire He Has lio EquL EESorre1 Stallion 7 years o dj6 hands one inch high a large handsome saddle and harness horse with size style bone and finish substance and conformatton This horse proved = a successful show horse last summer by winding 14 ties out of 15 shows s His colts won first and second ties over all competitors at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Castleman colt in the Blue Grass Circuit f = Not one of his three seasons of colts haye aver been de feated by a colt sired by a Washington county horse Eight of his colt of last season sold at weanlings from i100 to 150 the highest pried lot of colts evEld at same age by any horse owned or farmed in the county Chestnut Dare was sired Dy Chester Dare 10 1st dam = by Rea Chief 2nd dam by Black Hawk Chieff 3rd dam Brinkers Drenton = The Chester Dares are recognized by all to be not only the hghest pric but the greatest show family of horses in Kentucky and Chestnut Dare is a worthy son of a great sire s= I wish to state that recently I was offered twice as much = money for him as any stallion in tIe county ever sold for and three times as much as has been paid for a saddle4or harness stallion brought into tne county so I ask the owners y = of good mares to patronize him so icanbejuetififdinkeepipg this type of horse whose colts cant be beaten or out sold = by any E pliceE5 20 To ttsin a liiingCdlt i I still have my saddle horse Lexington Prince acdMie r = same Jacks and stand them at same price I 4Jd Jlast year V viz The horse at 510 and Jacks at 10 and 8 tji gB B LEACHMM l f Ia aa1aa zJOZJ J zJ 2 IMI tff tJ CLOSE ATTENTION Jl Is what I ivet all im work brought me and as a result I am ablel to GUARANTEE SATISFACTION tJ 1 it3OU have awatcqor clcj to mend or wish your EESIGHJT CORhiiCTEDbY tLV perfecfly fitted glasses I am prepared toW lt ycm flit Jas J Graces m Main Street oppoj8itePresbvterim church m s9 u HORSEMEN ATTENTIONII Dont forget all you who have breeding mares those two fine stallions each an ideal represen tative of his class which are making the season at the Fair Ground Stables The fame of that fine sire of top notch saddle hoises Red Bird had preceded bim and thehorse owners are showing theirappre ciation of him by a liberal pat ronage That fancy roadster and model driving horse Sunshinei- s also coming in for a shareo attention I also have at the same stables jBTTTi IGOEBEL one of thtr best mule jacks in the county which I am standing at 10 for a mare mule or i8 for a horse mule cplt Drop me a card or telephone me No 130 so thai I can save you a date L D Baker Rest 18I the great restorer W9 j I tire our muscles by exercise and then rest to restore them yet a greatI mony of us do not step to think how f little rest we give to our stoasachs As 0 usual thing no part of our bodiesi is eo generally overworked aspjw di geathc organs A tired a1Kf overworked stornackwIlV live signs of distress to whine we pas ao heed urnIt til at last Dyspepsia tahephoJdr r Indigestion is just a i1y1avoida most thorough stomach relief It 1stQmachactivity and usefataess Kc4ol i sold on iv gurantee relief plan It Is sold here by the Red Cross DeBt StorL We 1i Ice nide Consume i ltlt uroWIIIicastreet i1lbe secured wbisI orders fur ice in any qrnulity rimy be hled SrinSed Water and Efectri Ligat Co I PROSPECT This combined stallion wilt ia i the season or 1907 at Kay eww better known as heFoster Ray place on the Danville hike Jtf mnessroiat Lebanon Ky at 15 To a Living Colt rnSut1 Mares trad parted with for felts l money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is paid Mares from a distance grazedat reasonable price Mares entrusted will receive our personal attention but not responsible for acci eaisor escapes v i DKSCBIKnON H v rrr foaled 1900 14 hinds 3 inches a beautiful bay I oth rear feetwhite to ankle 3rery r ingy neck fine head and ear short lack fineiXengVky quarter large strong boner but smooth Beautiful and attractive by halter under saddle or in haraesti t Has been a show horse from a colt winning many premiums in harness and saddle classes through Central wfftwnrfsecondl at Chicago 1906 His colts are fine size and with great style and fiaiSih Though youn his colts are icommaW ing high prices and hIs ustoiBr are highly pleased with theiPEDIGREE Sire Dignity Dare No i 1965 A S H B He by Chester Dart 10 he iy Black Squirrel SpamJ Dora Dean No 2740 2d dam by Joe f Abdallah 3d dam by Sumpter Den mark Jr 66 4th darn iby Black Hawk Morgan 5th dam by Oliver hev iby Waggener dam of Dignity pai by Welchmont 6367 A OY HJ Ey hu by William Welch He Jby Rysdykji jHambletonian 2d dam by Abdallaki Messenger 3d dam bf Gills Veraoafc REMARKS We take pleasure ia offering the services of this line yoang stallfoBi to the breeders o f Marion and adjoining cotsnties beUeviBg lie sa stalU that will produce a class of horses theIthatyou Inspect him febookinjy- ourrniares ic T lOIIOMi Ic tLebu WEIITE Cream Vennifue m MttMIKI IDlllr REMEDY ITIJI Lu fl aAewc a IUI Tue eaiwosteSS Wutv i dlardSw LI1at C it it 80clbr Red OI9l8 DtUOt iis DBtoJI BURTON PWItMDe NT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN JJ OicEaat Block tip stairs SPRlHGFlELD KY All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass llilli J C MUDDc- iiFiDd1 1 ljJ i SSurgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am 1 to 2 pm Offices over Haydons Drugstore I 1r IH Lampton M P i Office im Opera Hwse 0Of1cPkone No 5 ki Residence No 3- 3WFIPGR1GSBY0 ATTORNEY AT LAW t Office over Peoples Bank- BPRIKOPIBLD KY t J B RoBARDS M W FYATT fA RoBARDS HYATT Pljsicians and Snrgcons Office over C W Hagan s grocery t opposite Presbyterian church Dr WW Ray PMYSICIAAND SURGEON Office over Haydon Robert spns Drug Store Phones t Office 155 I Residence 172 JOHN Yi MAYES j fUNERAl uiKECTOR F AHHICEISED EMBALMER j TELEPHONE DAYH9 NIGHT T4 SPRINGFIELD IT i Rairoad Schedule I 4Following is the time schedule nowIin effect on the Bardstown And Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 430 pm Bardstown Junction 522 pmj Bardstown 606pm 4rrive3 at SpringfIeld 705 p m No 42rLeaves l Springfield at 520 a m vBardstpwn 607 am iBardsoyn Junction 651 amib arrives at Louisyiile 740 a m No48Leav Louisville at 820 am Bardstown Junction 910 am Bards wn 1100 am arrives at Springfield 1230 pm Np44 Leaves Springfield a 100 pm Bardatown 220 pm wOiBardstpwn Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm Ai Np 90 Sundays only Lieaves Springfield at Z 15 am Bards town 8 am Batdstown Junctipn 845 am arrives at Louisville 835 am No 91 Sundays only Leave Louisville at6 pm Bardsto f Juriction 645 pm BardgtQWjci 780 pm arrives at SpringfieWf l ci 825 pm L Ti TiMcce SfilDirtrs g 3We wish to state to our friends 7ttbror ghjut the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly or indirtctly with any otter warehouse or warerj lipuse company JWe conduct a Strictly Inde Jpe dentf Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res pectfully solicit your patronage ZqA BRIDGES CoProprie rrc Jbrs Picket Tobacco Warehouses t f lourvillr Ey 40a np SHObSJ t 500 alrSjj Tp be sold at 25 cents on the Dollar Sale is now bj3jfndwin i continue until all are sold Can give you some r m rkabl- eIbargains Come early and get choice Ifeo4 e B1 Taylor ft S 1 x i E1I Colvin- Pfecksmith and t t wor ker t Mij Wagob and Machinery fi Repairing aSpedilty 8bpit the IDepot hjridgo nextI Boblitt Bishops Liver F 78table SPRINGFlELDtKY iiia iiiiliill I II I TOWN 1 iW Local Happenings of Interest i The Freshest and Latest I I AH About Yourself FrIen- dsjnd Acquaintances iAftnnnnIUW1Salti j W P Lawrences grocery J A bu1with six wheels isi tbe latest John Lily Barber Has them Cultivators riding walking and tpngless for sale by John Lily f6er edge cbiintry butter at 20 cents a pound oi ice at Law rences grocery WANTED TO BUY 4 100000 pounds of wool W S Gibbs Springfield Ky Mrs B L Litsey has for sale Buff Orphington and Brown Leghorn eggs at SlOQfor J15 Paint with Green Seal and be among the happy ones For sale by W L Yjmcy Mackville Ky Did you eversee a sheep sheading machine Its a time sayer and a money saver Bar ber has it for sale Barred Plymouth Rook eggs for salel at 5b cents per setting of17 Mrs Palmer Goatley R F D No 1 Springfield Ky Green Seal will cover better than other paints because it made from the best materials For salel by W L Yaricy Mack ville Ky 1 have opened a dash produce house in the Camden building at MaOkville KyM and will pay the highest price foryour produceI OL CURRY flee Sweet Home will be more home like and attractive inI a new dress of Green Seal Point For sale by W L Yancy Mack ville Ky LOSTStrayed from ray place on Pleasant Run a full blooded Duroc Jersey sowr weighing about 200 pounds Finder will be rewarded by returning th6r to R Gi Canary STRAYEDFrom the livery stable of Bobit Bishop about a week ago a white gilt weighing about 200 pounds TIp of nose cut Reward if returned toI Boblit Bishop Springfield Ky The subject of Rev Lawsons bible lecture at the Presbyterian church this Thursday evening will beIIThe authenticity of the hiryas recorded in the book of Genesis erim- ent with common paint It- cost asitiiu a s Bt Seil before nnga great deal lerwards For sa1by fljfIiancy Jdackville Kt Jy 8i Mr Alex hompidn has a horse mule Cltby the fine iPurl jaclrJoej Blacirlurn now oWned by Mr JartllEtherington1of tWillisburg Ioi which hehas rs The offerwas made t rp Montgorny The Cinderalla Company which was announced to appear at the Opera House here lhis week failed to arrive and Mana ger John Kellev received word that the company went to pieces in Tennessee last week 7 Miss Ella Shaanty of Fred ickstwvn is here completing plans fprbuilding a residence ou GrundyAvenne which the fami iy consisting of Mrs Shaumy and two daughters Miss Ella and Miss Kate will occupy when completed Mr Erastus Taylor and Mss Nora Kidwell came to town on last Thursday and were married at the Manse yRevR E C Lawson Thebrideis a daUgh ter of cM Green Jlidwell and both are residents otthe Bboker neighborhcrdd W M Nalley county orgariiz er of the American Society of Equity will organize a locall union at Humphrey schoolhouse in Nelson county near Wood lawn on next Saturday afternoon Mr Nalley will be at Valley Hill for the same purpose on Saturday night Hattie Young carved Henrietta Murrell with a razor on Satur day night at Jimtown The Young womaaaccused the Mur rel woman of kissing her mant Robert Young alias Rpbert Mo lUrduo e to carve L1e ojffendr The fMurrell woman has seVthfaittffly slashes across the facerand on the hand We have received notice from the publishers of the l Qmstfilie Herald that after May 20tn next the subscriptijn pried Qfthe lYwcedIUntilsubscriptions tto the Herald and the NewsLeader at 2 a year ThoseTVJshiog to take advantage of this remarkable cheap offer shpuld send in their subscription at once Miss Lilly Simms who has setved the public as exeharigfe operator in the telephone office has resigned an accepted the positionof bopk keeper with the Springfield Poultry Co Miss Prudle Bianfordi has taken the place vacated by Miss Simms in the exchange Miss Edna Edelen who has been book keeper for the Poultiy Co has gone to Louisville to take a business course The cdnirregatlon of the Cbris7 tiao church has called a pasvbr In the person orRev Frank M Bare Regy Bare preached hero on last SundJZyrandjmade a good impression He is at present a stunent at the Theological Sera inary at Lexington arid iii graduate in June Until June 1st he will occupy the pulpit here only twice a month Alter that time he will move to Springfield and will pre ch regularly eve i y Sunday SJMJ Campbell reports cpunty court day Monday as being very well attended and several head of aU kinds of stock on the market Stock hogs sold for about GJ cents Sow and pigs from 20 to 39 25 One bunch of nine yearling mules was with drawn at 84 per head Plug horses ronr40 to 150 no first class horses offered on the street Milk cows and calves from v28 to SiO LJ Mr C W Hagapt wnQirfpr years conducted a grocerjrbusi nefs at this place and jho re cently sold out to W PJ Law rence has become associated with severall prominent business men at Lebanon who have incor porated a wholesale grocery con cern to be known as the Lebanon Grocery JSo Mr Hagan is vicepresident of the company andl will go on the road as gravell ing salesman Mr Hagau is a hustler and his friends here pre dict for him continued success in the world bf busincssr He iis now in the eastern market buying stock for his firm Therejs tobe a change in the inandgement of the Walton hotel on May 15th Mr Wpodson Mossleaves to take charge of the BrownProctor hotel at Winchester and Mr H K Nob tette and wife of South Bend Ind will assume charge of the Walton lIiNoblettEis a brotherinlaw of Mr Moss and is a capable hotell man Mr Moss and his wife anu mother Save made many friends during their stay in Springfield who will learn of their leaving with regret The hotel at Winchester of which Mr Moss assumes Symptoms If in reading you often have to stop and Arid rest or rub your eyes it is a centain indication that you glasses If the type blVs andjruns together if the eyes burn or ache if there isla tendercy to bold your book sit arms length or very close to your face your e gs should havet tte itioh With some pe ple Revere heaaaches are ihj only syraptonspf eyeBr6uble Others can readier sew without tiring but can not see ciista t Jpt jepfcs well Still others have none of tliese syjiiptorns but find by alternately covering each eye that they are doing all of their work with one while the other sees very poorly In nearly every case these these troubles can be entirely relieved with glasses I will make an exa1niptlOnof your eyes wittibuj charge I and tell you just what can be done for them alI RUSSELL Scientific Opilcan oalonlC4Springne1d Ky ILT r ri NEW HMTS j 1vi 1 Friday and Saturdays I BABY CAPS A SPECIALTY I X 2 Comein 4eetthe Styles and getprices- la 1 MISS KNOfT o V opP Post office OOoo OOOO charge is said to be the finest hotel building in the state with jthe exception of the Seelbach at Louisville Arm GroundOff Leslie Newton a young man employed on the St Catherine farm near town met with a terri ble accident at about3 oclock Tuesday afternoon which cost him his right arm YoungNew- ton was feeding a cutting box whichwas being operated by horse power He allowed his hand to extend too far into the mouth of the machine when his fingers were caught by the rollers and drawn into the ma chine which cut off his fingers and his arm bit by bit until the elbow was reached The agonized cries of the unfortunate man attracted the attention of the driver of the horse pow r who at oncestopped the machine which act saved the young mans Hyatt1were From last accounts young Newj ton was doing as well as could be expected He is a son of Mr A If led Newton Musical Event There will be an interesting musical event at the Opera House tomorrow evening April 26th The Mandolin andGuitar Club conducted by Miss Sue Ray will give a program of ensemble playing and specialties there njtbenj purpose ng ment representative from this school and the last part of the Entertainment will be a carefully choson and attractive program of vocal and instrumental musi cal work Among the qut oftiovn musicians who will take part in the entertainment are Mrs J L Hughes and Miss Lucy Duncan of BloomGeld and Miss Laura McChord uf Lebanon programcifForgotten Eugene Cowles Mr Leo Simms barf nQ Out Whore the Billows Roll High Petrie Mr Harry Shultz basso The BandlcroLeslie Stuart Mr Parker Medley baritop Oh Promise Me DeKoven Mr Knight Handy tenor Miss Francis Martin will play the piano for all the Glee Club numbers and Miss Lizzie Waters will accompany the Soloists The Club is indebted to Miss Marlin and Miss Waters for the valuable assistance in getting up the program Theoniortainment will begin promptly at a quarter after eight Seats on sale at The Red Gross Admission 25 and 85 ronts FE Mr W511Riisstll spant Sunday in Maud Mr Howard Moss is in Lou5svfil llt Miss Lucy JSelecman is inj Louisville rrI T Scott Mayes is in Louisville on buskess Mr Harry Brown of Lebanon was in town Monday Mrs Tanie Willett spent Tuosday at Nazareth Mr and Mrs C C McChord are in Louisville tbis week Will ONan wont to Louisville last Friday for a short visit Miss Fannie Smi ii has returned from a visit at Winchester Miss Laura McChord of Lebanon is visiting Miss Sue Ray Mrs Dave Houston of Maud was in town yesterday shopping Messrs Gwin Miarksandvituei lFoster werqial3ardtqvji Sun day rS 0 iyff vcviv Mr apoiMrs JA fdhtisor- wer jh Leliahpa one day last week Mr and Mrs James B Flays a of Matlel inilIwer9 iii toWn Saturday Mrs ntB Sutherland of Chaplin Jas in town shopping yesterday Mr JJMcCahe was inj Louisville one day last week on business IMiss Myrtle Price and Mr C W Hagan were in Lebanon one day last week Mrs W F Trusty and rchil dren are visiting relatives in New Hope MessrHrgh Lee Smith and Will Robertson were in Bards town Sundav v Messrs James and Louie Hughes of Bioombeld were here on Monday 1wof Lebanon were among the court day crowd here Monday Mrs Mbllie Russell of Bards town is visiting friends and relatives here Messrs Harold Hurst and John Spalding of Brdstown spent Sunday here Mr Joe Wycoff has accepted a obrrtsonGlaybrooke Mrs Ed M Russell and dau ghier Margaret spent Tuesday in Louisyiile Mrs 1tf a Durrett is in Lex ington viiting hers n MorrIeJ at dtate College Mss Susie Irvirie of Lebanon spent Monday with her sister MrL G L Whartom Miss WUla Ktiptt is Jna Louis rUle this weekgetting hew stock for her millinery trade Mrs Adam Jury of Woodlawn spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Conrad Hertlein ofIBlootnfield and Mrs W W Kay Sunday Mrs Nannie Williams of San Antonia Texas was a guest of Miss Louise Booker last week Mr Richard Wathen has returned to his home atBardstown Junction after a short visit here Mrs Frederick Mangeb of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Mr George Medley returned to Owensboro today after sev eral days visit with his family John McChord of Lebanon attended installation services at the Presbyterian church Sun day Mr and Mrs W T Leanhman were visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs R W Wathen on llast Sunday Miss Jennio McCabe has re turned home after a visit to her cousin Miss Phoebe Scott ofi Winchester AU Wood and Miss IMissMuir of Bardstowq are visiting at the home of Judge B L Litsoy t Mrs E Carl Litsey ahds dao IIghter Sarah Seleoman are visiting Judge and Mrs W E Selecman Miss Mary Brown of Loui villa speSit the latter part of the week with her sisters Misses Lucy and Veola Brown Mrs J H Lampton returned from Louisville after spending a month with her daughter rt Mrs Hirchel Smith Aletter from Mr T B Bian ford states that he is at Corpus Uhrista Texas and is well pleased and likes the climate Mr Jack Mctjh rd has re turned to school in Danville after spending Saturday and Sunday with his parenis here Mrs Woodson Moss and little sbni Malcolm attended the ban ii uet given the hotel men at Seethachs last Thursday even tffl1i r Mrs Woodson Moss lef b to day to visit relatives at Sullivan Iod imtilaftertheltlthofMay- wlen she will go to Winchester to resideII 1Its long Worth distance m to have your teeth extracted iWithout Pain or Danger i All work guaranteed u m mL G CRUME D D S KytM3 a 33 STILL IN JAIL Charges are Multiplying Against Sam Baker the Insurance Swindler Young Sam Baker an account of whose swindling operations aniong the colored people cf the county was given in last weeks NewsLeader appears to be in a bad row of stumps and still lin guisbes in the cotmty jaiL For the past few days Bakers victims have been appearing to file complaints against the young nan of questionable methods Baker seems to have cqnfined his operations exclu sively to the colored population and most of his victims are old exsold erqThe following is a partial list of the victims andI their losses Quint Paddox Jim Crow 975 Jim Biscuit 5 Emily Baker 5 Ned 1forltl1Sl Matt Liaton Austin Clements 5 Francis Biker 1 Sweeney Brown 250 Baker it seems had several at tract Ye stories with which he caught the unwary He repre s pte that he was writing government insurance and made all kinds of promises of big benefits in raseof sickness etc He would strike bis man for 10 and if he did not have that ammQuntwould tfikewbati he had and promise to collect the remainder oh delivery of the policy Baker had the authorities bare to communicate with his folks at Lan casterand pnJaturdayr night his sister Miss Sophia Baker arrived and on Monday Hr JVA Edge an attorney ofJjexinetoni arrived on the scene Nothing has been Clone as yet howjsvei The prisoner will probablv waive exi mjoatton on the felony charge He lias already plead guilty to the offence against the liverymen and is serving out a fine twds intimated that the prisoner will probably make a brainstorm plea He is said to have been in trouble before He is an excessive cigarette smoker Springfie1dBoys Two Springfield boys carried off honors at the recent graduating exercises i n Louisville John D Rob its of the Louisville College of Pharmacy and Joseph O P lin also of this placecarried of honors nttbe University of Louisville Law Department The Louisville papers contained the following Eight stfudeuts of the senior class were graduated at th6 thirtysixth annual commence mnt of tho Louisville College of Pharmacy held at Lieder kranz Hall yesterday Afternoon The baccalaureate address was delivered by tbe Rv Dr Horace G Ogden pastorof the Trinity MetHodist church The salu itatorian was John D Roberts of the junior class and the valedic brian was Charles Pfeiffer of the SeniOl class The prize winners of the junior class were Peat rNe Rich rdsOIg old medal for bet general average John Di Roberts college scholar ship in chemistry for best ex amination in chemistry Ernest C Bardin New Albany college scholarship in pharmacy for best examination in pharmacy JohnD Roberts college schol arship in materia medica for best examination in matetia medica ErI1 st C Hardin college scholarship in botany for best examination in botany Leo Huber Joseph O Pohn wKo IB a son of Squire John Polinof near town was amongbB number to Graduate and relieiva deplomas at the lawscblqpl Heas repre sentative of the Henry Clay Club delivered an oration wtiich was highlyspdenof Joe Iolin afso won the destinction of capturing two pr zesThe Post in speaking of this saysliThe EdwardjThompson WFairfeightprize by the same J student Joseph Oi Polio was 2 S SI NOVELTIES NOTIONS 1 I AND TOILET ARTICLES j JShown in the best thins at it i 1 The Big Store JL Department iis not neglectedI here Yow can IIThis find something new in this stock in the wjBags Belts Fans Fancy HatPin Mt BCkafld Side Combs Fancy BWtmg tJ Ribbons Long Glove in both Silk and Kiel m PpiiIarcolots All kinds of v IISUh Embroidery yVN Materials Remember we do embroidery stamping here I i f Toilet Articles t brands in Toilet Axck wdr IIstandard nGlycerine Buttepnilk Sop Soap CasIwMrit Colfmt s Witch Hazel ami nupy of Soap also fulle TaIcIPowders in Menens yroodland tRIVi- oletat others See the Talcum we sel1at5c f I Our Nation Stock We carry a stock of firstclaslSciMors IIcomplete pleasecTwith wkatercr jrou i buy krs IIThe Robertson f ii- II CIaybrookeCo9j1Ld r I I NOTICE J = HavingloughtofCWHaganhia i 1 stock of Groceries etc will continue the business at tile same stand Wiptt keep for the trade a fresh uptodate = stock of everything good te sat COUNTY PRODUCE ANTED I f A Square Deal Is My Motto ft 1f pS i III Bring me your Laundry I reprottnf 1 Lebanon Laundry Ask for F hr s vi1J 15 f Malt Tonic and all kinds of soft drinks r = Call For What Yu Want Ij III Very Truly Yours W P LAWRENCE j f t r Ii c44 Spring Cleaning Time6 f hat hand and aU good hskawant something MW and attraethi for the home Weeavcyfi1 line of 0 e I T louse Fllrllsthllgs i z4I Carpets Wall Paper Mattings feln leums Oilcloths Lace Curtainsr and Window Shades rf ci jt f 1We a yrJ jl ft Fr25tJia VakMii rniiiiter and Taptry IRUNDY+ M OOrmB tt aAV somewbafc unusua aMMows the high rabk t1kei bj Mr Olln tfMt tr J ca clu u1Fss st cM ii leek as lioodJPxlit RAY V 1 i f Tfr Thei t oiiaboo Uf 1tat i roD I I hIT Ia s s a011 JL 1y N rrrn i r1Urrwbsve 91wsaIFwIsI44P l Josz TV Jr VNS1IS- W are a tIIe Ii 7i j 1 3I 4fleOb6ining Bail f wYo k April 19No xnove i iny1io itteiipt to secure the ifgliiM of Hirrjr K Thaw qn J t4iLhiise naftde and nei8i iktJy JX some time Dan I OIUiUy tad Qlifford W Hart ridgt the two lawyers still in iShUi WBptojfjjMud yesterday thatt o iHHedkte step would be akefl regarding biil iThaTbW andtba member fhi fjlt r II1gned to the act that Thaw mast spend an trwiiLw gammer in tha Tombs iis t nijp y jtoawated by the de 4 tr the city of nerly 11LYty of the famil1- Tiw milIJr1 Thaw an4 the J ponIi b f Yarinoath are now U PitUbsrft and Mr and Mrs 4iEdward Thaw have sailed for jrope tUibe4eyQteai1Y that v fathered about the slayer of Stanford White during his fight for freiklcHB only hit wife re I j4at the Hotel Lorraine iSb visits the prisoner daily and ede1ares be will continue to do so as loag as he is in jail Thai Pelphin M Delnias will not tonSer any consideration be QfM of the counsel in the next triaji of Harry Thaw was the 4 t statement madeilast night by om 3 of Mr Delmas closest friends According to this information ftifjMr Dalmas was asked by Thaw r ro1 Maod other members of his family f to take hold ot the case at the I tjjeart trial but he refused aped vwrqte a letter to that effect to tefUy f MkDeImas felt that to gratify 14ThaWsivhiiQs was not in accor ffjftaiice with his views of the b FFiligtiityi i of a lawyer it was said and thIs was what determined phimto get out of the case He Enter Ian in the lurId t i4 The richest man la the world can r pot have his kidness replaced ncr yPVc withupt them so it is imPortant 3 not tp1 neglect these organs If Jolevb Kidney Cure is taken at the Irytsigii of danger the symptoms Will Sjieappear aBd your health will be re I fsiored as iit strengthens and builds up these organs as nothing else jprill Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky riteihI have used Foleys Kiknej f Cure and take great pleasure in stat Jng it cared tee permanently of kid I t hey disease Which certainly would have cost me my life Sold by jh Ved Gios Drug Store f Down With The Catalogue 1 House tt z J When the catalogue comes from your mail order house dray anv easy char to the table where the light will shine full on the pages What a wonderfa Ibook iifUs but we miss the things Vkkwe would be glad tosee Where u i their offer ltd pay cashjdr ex v change goods ror oats wheat potatoes butter and eggs How magh do they pay for cattle sfieep atd hogs How much lax will they pay to support your Schools and educate your chil I drea and help to erect nublii buildings For improving roads Iand bridges for the support of the county for the expenses of running the business of the fv county and state Oa whfcli pipage is tbeir offer to contribute s money for the support of the VcWrch What amount of credit inU they extend to you when Y9r crops are poor and money toentbrQngl illness or misfortune you are not able to aend Cash with your order c for your groceries cloltliingr lranch ioos crockery In short will theydo anythingtopr vide iamarket for what you have lo CSeth and therpby keep the value iyour estates Will they do ivan jtbing for a social church lscjipol or government support or trddvthey take your dollars out IW OT1TOC tw w It 4FetuleT Itsw Iwof the community with no return except the voids you buy After you have paid the express or frieght charges on tbesegoods how much cheaper are they than if you had bought them of the home merchant ItA just the same rule with the home merchant rhp sends away to get his letter heads bll heads envel opus etc printed when such work C51IbdOfle at home or the newspaper man who sends out of town to be set while the homeprinter goes beg ltg for wprk0wen ijemocrati F Wy have a tortld liver when Herbine th only lye reguiater will help you I ThereJI 110 reason Why you should suffer from Dyssepsia donstipatiot GhilifcaJidrFcevf r jir any liver com plaints when iHelrfclA jrlll cure you PCi Waite Westvilleiia writes iiI was sick for a moibith with chills and fever and after taking two bot ties of Herbine am well and healthy Sold by the tied Cross Drug Store School Gardens VThfe backbone of a nations prosperity isthe man who makes something grow In our country the science of Natu re study is only in iits infancy The scho l gardea which was ouce poohpoohed as a foolish fad is now accepted by the United States Commissioner of Education and by the leadingI universities or the land to our publicschool system ps Manual training of any sort Ip writes Herbert D ward in the May Womaus Home uompanion The first school gardnin the Unittd States was started sixteen years ago by Henry L O app in the George Putnam Grammar School iu Boston Over eighty years ago Austria and Sweeden began the move I ment at present no rural school in Sweden is without one Russia is far ahead of us Phei l art oyer twenty thousand in Aus tria and thirty thousand in France The reason why school gardeds are fostered by foreign governments iis ttiat vherever they exist there is a cecrease of misery and proverty and an in crease in the birth rate and in the apprecation ot Nature h Beware O01Rt CDs for CatarrJ tbarl Caiaiii IcrccriV as mercury will sorely distroy the sense of smell and tjpmpleiJBly de range the whole syatcin wIiVeflter- hag it through the mucous surfaces usedIphysicians as jtfae xlaniuge they willli do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive fOth them Halls Catgrrh Cure manufactured byF J Ohenev Co Toledo O codtalna no melnlJ and is taken internally andJIlJ ternally aad made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney fy Co TestJmonals free Sold by drugfffstf Ppice 75c per boctle Take Halls Family Pills for constlpatien FeatherBed Mr and Mrs Daniel Smith who live in DixvJlle believe thai they owe their lives to theaci that they were sleeping on a feather bed Tuesday night On that night at about 10 oclock lightning struck their two story frame house and entered the upperroQm on each side of the chimney All the plastering in the upperroom was torn away tnd the bolt then tore away home of the flooring and joist and en- tred the lower room jjust over the bed in wnich Mr apcf Mrs Smith were reposing Neither was injured but a sewing ma chine in this room was torn to c WAiINC STRENGTH f r Women who suffer from unnecessary disagreeable V patnfijj weakening female complaints will find that 14 frWine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all tJtheJrrflJ It acts directly upon all the delicate inflamedJ gisues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging fyf Jirhatter and relieving female disorders such as irregular Jf scantyrprofuse painful catamenia prolapse etc p i lsd relieves headache backache Dizziness 5rajjips dragging pains nervousness irritability etc I f- If you need advice write us a letter tHllng us all your symptoms We will send free advice in plain ealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept Th Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn f rT AUUGG1ITIDLLITIXiI00BOlIUS II fMEUF COCORO U 11 Pale Thin Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine ThU It the tint queUon our doctor would uk Are your bowels regular lie know that dalll action of the towel U absolutely essential to retoTerjr Keep your liTer active and your bowels regular by akin UxutlT dOiel ot yeri llsVIIAXa4elt O Arr Co Ziowcll Mu o sunofltotnrer of LI iiuers VIGORI I We b re no leerett We publish the formula of an our spedleinci pieces and two looking glass and several pictures on the walls were wrecked and the clock and number of articles on the man tie were shattered iand all hurled on the bed wher tne two were sleeping Mr and Mrs Smith their daughter arid her two children had all been seated before the fire but hadV retired a short time before the lightninj came in and had they lieenat the grate its believed all would haVe been killed The daughter and two children were in a root that was not entered by tthe lightning Mr Smith is the villago blacksmith at Dixvilles Harrodsburg HerajdV Porowft rtal WorV hadso serious affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown TennHtbat I coughed night and day andthe neighbors prediction consumptiouScem- ed inevitable until mv husband brought home a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery whicl in my case proved to be the only REAL cough cure and res torer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real cure Guaranteed bj Haydon Rpbertson druggist 50c and 1 Trial bottle free HVVFight Won r jfJjhn Harris manager of the Ninth Street Tobace Warehouse Louisville Ky inad the state men a few days ago that from present indications there would be p radically no receipts or sales of White Burley tobacco in Louisville after April 15 The samej cpndiiiions prevail on the Cincinnati markets Tht iindicaesthat the crop is now ii the hands of Equity With this as a bass we are able to some thing of the present itobiaccc situation Lat year at this tjrneiO00000QpoithdsVmoro of tobacco had been sold tin the Louisville market thanllas beer sold there QPto the preseiil time this year Sales on the Cincinnati market amOJrit to half what they did at this lime last year Add to this the fact that the AmericanTobacc Corn pany has received about half as much this year as they did last in their country dry houses and it appears thau there is a short age in the amount going on the market Comparison of the amount received to date with the usual amount of the crop shows that less than onehalf has so far been marketed But we have it that the receipts have ceased Where is the rest of the crop There is but one answer Itis rot in the hands of speculators nor manufacturers it is not stored by ihe warehouse corns panics But remarkable to state for the first Time ift ther history of the White Burley District the market is cornered and the producer holds the corner There have been signs of discouragement among some members of the equity some suspicious even that there had not been as much signed as reported But the present prrs pect is bright enough to make alrnoslicertain the statement the obacco fight is won The signi ng of the 1907 crop will be another important factor i n bringing the situation to a focus with less than hall a crop avail able this year outside of Equity and anequal cr greater per cent igned up for next year we be ieye it is only a vnestion f a few montns until the growers maydicLat to tile manufactur jn fin Crests tI eir own terms of iurrender Ha irodsburg Herald FOR SALE Ariice Shorthorn bull calf John R Barber 1 Ii i vy tckIJ= 7 i NELSONIII 11 N 02381 I Itrtmyrtedi German Coach Horse II I- The I sbihgtn Ctfunty Brepde Association has brought on for this scason this great horse vhicli 1lpS proven to be a EOOd breeder ahd he will make the season of 1907 at the I farm of Richard Durham four mile east of Sprmg eld on the Pleasant Run and Lebanon turnpike ut I iI rh 15t To Insure a Living Coit i Nelson II is it solid black 16 Hands one inch high and weighs 1375 pounds He has good I style and plenty of action He is sure to impart strength form atfd size tohis offspring II was bred iin Uermany by 0 V AHmann and was foaed in 1900 Hfwas fNelsCn this country by Oltmann Bros OfA watseka IlLand is registered in the Ge- rI man Hunoverian and Oldenburg Coach Horse Stud Book of America He was sired byIII General No 971 and hi4irt dam ws Otto 11 8S2 duoViWliferi Care to accidents butMoney c61fctisfbalejcq mare parted with prevent S responible should any ocur L Horse owners l1db o d rsa1ecjtiitodtto can at Mr Durham farm and see this fine horse For furltiet anfor atiibn Md foi rritrae call on Richard Durham Piesident or I G ii Wharton Sec- rtarIashillgtou t Gourifyteders Association ir THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE GCGH SYRUP all Coughs and ass In 1For Uine Colds from tt jS by gently rnoTins t DOwea I ucrureSet for croup and vrhoopinzcoucn Nearly all other couh cures are constipatin g thoseCKennedys LaxatiVa Honey Tar moves the bowels contains Opiatesq KENNEDYS COTARINO HONEY The l Clover somand the Honey is bottle on BeeI hide Nat ItfQm- OLAXATIVE AND TARI TIll UkBORATOKT Jo DeWITt a 00 CHIOAQO US 4 Sold by Red Cross Drug Star e C O D Cases Washington April + Attpr l ney General Bays today arguef the Kentucky C 0 D eRm the Supreme COorund the question was submitted to tbie court In the natural order oJ tilings a Decision may be expsc itcdJn ihe course of thr B or four weeks The dcctsiou will have an im portant bearing on the prohibi tion Jaws of the various States The question at isue is whetlier or not an express company oarr carry whisky into a prohibition State to be paid for by the con signee although these consignee have never ordered tlo whisky and there hold it until the consignee is ready to pay for it VThe express companies claim Ujut they can and that tire inter state commerce ctouse OCthe Constitution prevents the State framstepping in and prohibnijng it because the whole tnnrsrction isa matter of lufcerstale coin merce J The SLatQllt3vjQfl the express companies takjcse consIgnments they knowh4t thev have not been ordered and that when they hold the gcJidii beyond a reasonable flfDJ3 lor delivery the transaction loses its iinterstate rtatu re anSfb0comes one plainly under tlie jufnSdic tion of the Btatejlawsi The Qbmirioriwealfh further Jholds that y tio1jttt express tsItbmen atid not as common carriers TbB Paicec ufrRaltn The price health in a ma larious district is just 25 rents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Lire Pills Jt whites Ella Slayton of Noland Arlr New Life PiUs cleanse gently and im part new life and vigo4tohe system 25fr Satisfaction guar nteed by HaydtiVRoberthon Iruggists nIUeWfts Wi ten U 2eI Reft of t wr r tirts Do noisuffer vith severe Headaches A L when TRAOU MCrK oWii55 Cure You3 The llvir is tho mainspring for tho rholo body To expocfc good health one mpst 2cep the liver In good order To do so a regulator is neodad Herbine willpnt your livor in tho eon ditionlfc should bo and you will not suffer from headaches A POSITIVE CIJRB FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS Nas Doie A WosM Of Good Mrs 6 D Philhwv TJarblo Fhlls TeXns writes 1 hnVe usod Herbine and find it the liest liver corrective I have ever tried It dona my family as Well as myself a world of good and I recomimmd it to alt my friends I never suffer tom huadachca wayjoapca SOc WILL BUY IT f Balldrd Snow Liniment Co 4OO5O2 N Sec od9St ST LOUIS MO Sold arid Reeornm nded by Cross Drug StoreVi- VRed DIAMOND BRAND ShOES rFor Swdgger People The newest imoJea of die flummcr season find expression in a teautaiful anowng of Diamond Brand Pumps Oxfords and Button Ox fords varying in price from 2oOto 5OO that add die tinction to thejnost fetching costume I V1RY ANOTHER DfALEP IFYOURS Th- EMit4 Jh0 MAKERS WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHEf HOUffn IN ThE W if TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennesnee Mississippi and Louisiana we can put you inquick and satisfactory bommuhicatlon with the people of this great section of the country We solicit yourpatronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur 4AM E C CALDW- ELLPcIdelaOsiMasy J LCLAND HUME Secy Aftt Gei ag iJt2cuiJ CUMBERLAND passedV T D WEll TretstzreS cVV VI t IVThe effect of Scoffs EmuLlonp- aleciiiIdrtnismagicL f tfl1alCM plroq actift bS4I1I7VIt con Cod Lirar Oil flY iphh h and Qyc cinc to mak fat blood and bot JiftHidbyALL DRUGGISTS I COcA AND SIQO AAAAA A U IXlIIi I I I I DESIRABLE PROPERTY FORi SALE B1V DIi itI h Real Estate and Insurance Springlii I k I Springheldbarn plentyl obacco land good water jcli zir school house and church price 4i peracre- goodbaf1ltwo t otthe farm rftdy lor the plow Price- SO peracr + No 5 167 acres t seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns well watered onehalf mile froth schoolhouse and church Good tp bacco land Price per acre 15 No 9 65 acreSj nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10r 108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good tim berplenty good tobacco land good largeaweiiingon railroad Price 3750 per acre Q12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16 196 acres 7 miles from SprIngfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30No18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good sixirobm dwelling on good pike 31 miles from depot one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 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 Muse two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small lee honse carriage hoase all outbuildings new Price t50- No 20 250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two goOC tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acrestimber plenty of grass flue orchard 30 an acre No 21 90 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No22 121 acres 7 mIles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre No 23 1391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacc9land well fenced plenty of water Price per acre No 24 1Gacrcs 3 miles from Springfield on goOd pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobaccc barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25mcres of bottomland fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25 248 acres 2i miles from Springfield I room dwelling goo cellar wellI in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining laid in cem fit water in everj field all year fine set of grass 3t acres of corn this year Np27 iol acres 6 miles trpn 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 88OOVNo 28 160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road mile fron pike plenty of tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre eaSj payments No 34 231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike miles from Bar stown 6 miles frore Bloomfield 10 boon brick dwelling fine stock barn cisten at barn loft that will hold 20 tons 0 hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres ii timothy and clover 40 acres in c mall rest of farm in grass brick tehan house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of thi nicest homes in Nelson county Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 35 225 acres fine land in the edge of Spilagfleld Will sell as whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36 House and lot seven roen dwelling bath room Lot 10x21 Stable coal house and cellar buggj and hen house Water in house an yard Hot and cold water all ovei house One of best neighborhood it town 3000 No 38 180 acres six miles fron Spriqgfield on good pike Farm it good grass good six room dwelling- fine stock barn well fenced Pleny stock water 35 per acreV No 39 102K acres good four1 roon dwelling tobacco barnholds ten acre tobacco Twentylive acres of timber plenty of water both stock am domestic good fence fine tobacc land 7J miles from Springfield dos t school and church Price 830 pel acreNo 40 Fifty acres four rooD dwelling well fenced and watered good landl good grass barn and all outbuildings flue well in yard 8 I5- 0No41 220 acres seven miles froi Springfield eight miles from Eebanoi on good pike one Jan qew dwelling bui t this year good cellar and cistern Never failing prlng in yard mUl house at sprlIfrrGood orcbam l Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn One stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggylouse and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarteri of a mile from school and church Price 45 IYpayment I No 45 164 acres one and pmetlialf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good oflocalNo 4G07 acres 7 miles from Sptt gfifR on pike 25 acres vof fine timber mll house stockbrnwe1l watered fine tobacco land good fence price3750 per acre No 47 70 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings OQeten acre tobacco barn small stable some 18acresreSelglladetobaccogood stpi k barn plenty wtqrPIentylocusb posts Close to church and schooif Edce 53COC per acre4 frosaSpringfield plentytobaccoorchard good fence fine wer close tochocl two miles Iom de t tO- per I acre mUeSBlo thth wiagparttwentyfivegrassfinevoute4Pride f No 52 U35 acres 5 room dwelling S acre tobacco barn good stable cora crib 40 cA7ir sfineydownyears Price 24jer acre jNOjS A good investment itf city JNoJ JVandCovington propertyfield Ive got itatany pdo fromSpripgfJelt1 plentygrassbest neighborhoods in county One holefarmNo 56 265 Jcres3 miles from i apringfield 1nlle from pike close to pweWnggoodPrice 540 per acreV fNo5 1 3 acres 3 miles No f roomdwellingfine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 531 per acre No 59 lS3 acres miles from Springfield S room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and IB eat house milk house fine irell and fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land close to church and schooll Price 130 per acre fromSpringfieldtobacco barn and two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of lo cust posts fine waterf 100 acres of dPriceiftlpringfie1droom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn buggyhouse 1 15 acres of tobacco land lItobaccotimber farm all ia grass well water ed close to school and chrch 5 mile from Bloomfield Price N5 per acre No 63 ISO acres in NelA cotroom dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plentof tibeIj acres of grassfplenty of fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the best tobacco farms iin Neisoa county Pribc 50 per acre No bt 121 acres aus from Springheld on Mackville pike 5 TOO Iwellin frame 8 acre tobacco barm icw old stock barn 2 corn ctibc Flemtyeffruit ilo acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price ti jer acre No 6 170 aiires 5 mltea from goodfepcebarn new with metal roofj good friary 10 acres ofvbottom aad tJenty of locusts 7ol acres of iecobacco land Plenty of grass rice 4250per acre I NorGC 158 a res 8 wiles from Springfield 12 mile from pike1 1 oona dwelling 5 acre tObacco barii imall stock Some tiber Qacres 9t obacco land Good fence All Ia rassPIjfcel20 per acre No 67 20Q acres 7 miles 1rq springfield oa OOdplke8 fooar Iwelling In goodrejaiir lacre to buggytiedif fimeJxjttom land 7cresoUtaato- bacco land Somei timber Price J35 pet acreVNo68 180 acres 8 raom brick Iwelling in good repairt well ftacei Jne river botto1lllland pleMtyyof imber fine tobacco had trlce per acre Nd 69 i50acressa1l hotise dvqr bottom rand PIeaty of tIiber and tine tobacco aH Price UQ per acre No 70 1HUaces good dwelliBg i acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fiae ottpm laod well fecedpienty ofthiU tobacco land some timber Price eoper acre Louisville IsBoomingl Bi ITadies of tI At kTPths WOIiLDI nth ol hwer and Mn wWsIIJ ibsr oem tobeoGoax bnWuu e tLou1sfl1s Ithe hoe ot 1IMaanrtCMCU- factoO itt tMwortd the IriMa MOi5Vthe South ttie pItJIIowctoriel Jntheworld sud baS I urbaD linK LeuIIYIIIea tJ 11- PuLHOMSSI dii PiflOo00O-OOQO It is s tiwdmpsik sntem In the UzIsd ss x4 sny m n1l 1IIIIMI aDd the = ORL DINQCOII MERCIAL SCHOOL It t this KbI do THOROUOHwk and yotsitsvsr lit want of a good portion In a t cIt1l1k JoulYillefOW II bVtlmf inyiStItItS ctaIoeestrs J kYilTThATTOUUlIEl0ttEU L6UISVILL KY VtV ClJrr 1