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Jt ES1rA1JLrSHEDi II- V Jji A I 1IN1883 1 1f t t1 I i S J 2 NEW SERIES VOL iiiE XIV NO 19 r LSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY MA V sioo iR YAi llt14 V J i r I TRUSTtf r DENTISTi v Office over Eavdon Barber 2 vv 3 lpntall work i Sllawprk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY lf i OR DIRECTORY i BPJHNGFlEIr county seat 0- f rvWaiBlnfcton Go ntyS2 miles southeast 59 mites ironof iexiUgtOh I i branch 0LOisvI1IC on Bardstown ll tdsviUe nd Nashville iailroadi rfCfatminK and agricuUuraldlstrict I Two Banks telegraph and telephone 4LLflCS express otilce umi11s1t111 1arc 19 s PopttalUoulZ09 populati1 0 0ttnty 15000 f iInjCongressRepresentative ien Johnson Bftrdstrnvn Ky Rcpresentatlve inKeutuckt L tature Hon W D Claybrooke zz Represcntative in State Sen 0 Barry Lancaster Lebanon Kvc f County Directory COURTCIRCUIT Circuit Court begins on the fonrtl 4 in February May and Oct 4 Monday w ti uThurnn Jud8 R L Durham Commonwealth At oraey Bobt A Noe Clerk 1 MiG Leacbman Master Commits oner v r t QUARTERLY COURT tHItt Quarterly Court is heldjdn thethti 4 Monday in each month Judget B fLitsey COUNTY COURT County Cvort meets 9p the fouit onday in ech mouth BLLitsey Judge r w F Booker County Clerk County Attorney 41SMayeGprge Catlett Jailer3 Sidney OBDpurnei Sheriff Sam Anderson t Dick Isbam iiBerb rtE dema l Deputie fid Masters t toO jrameF Moore County Surveyor t r P OBryan 4sse sor Jf WT Bitcheli Deputy V Robert Noe Treasurer j t jifMontgomery Coroner J W Bush Supt ol CommoB N 0f Schools P Or Sprlngfieldv S4It CTY COURT j JjameaR Ntfe Police Judge John Grate jMarsha- lv4a W F GrfgsbyCity Attorney j X JUSTICE COUR- TJnbtIceCOurtSejH held in January t v April July an1ictobefl J r Church Ditea t jIIi j the Pirstandvices on inca 1 month at 11 nrand730 p m SundaySCbO01CV0YauYatlOai t Wcdnesda f Prayer mteUng ever 1aghtj 2 CATHOLICIC5URCH R v p F Ben 19S11TpPast rSer- J f4 Tlces very Sunday at S and 10 oclocl J am SeryiCeSat5t00 hour i iOHVRCH i iIri PRESBYTERIAN tl Rev R E Cf LwsonPastOI1r CT Preaching every Sunday at 11 amr f vxd at 7 pim Sunday school every HSnndaY at 10 am Prayer meetliii at 7 ootociThursday evening f ver y BAPTIST CHURCH l J 4 Rev Wm Harrison Williams tasto Preaching every Sunday at 11 a1 fiand 745 pin Sunday School ever ill l iSunday at 930 am Prayetj meetin I every Tuesday evening at 7i45 clocJ tFraternal Orders 1 AA SONIC r6DGR ISpringflId lcd i No 50 meets first and third tloud- iel ach month Washington R A Chapter No ieets ery second Tuesday Springfield Council JSJo 52 meets o very tourth Monday J BinGHTa f THE M ACAHHKS M i ji 2Cl nit J I dj FFOLES-0 f HONEYN11TARTh8 j l cough remed 1ec 5coghs colds throat ana lu 2ltroublca Noopiates Nonalcbhol Jff1 everybody Sold every vrher t Thenuln1Jly FQLEYS tiORT- fc EY and TAR is t aY U w ekajre RdUHHbsUttofr donrybyjiFitter 4 OoiniHiny Chtcag 5of sate by Bed Grot sDrqgStore b Jr i t iTHE1MWS=LEALERat i r- r WW m i tIII1 ROUNDS 01= TI1LIK l i OOM M One on St Peter i j St Peter settin at the gate L Nigger passin1 by v St Peter up and sz tobirif How did you come to die Go ax de mau vhth belt de gun A Apintln at dat rops Goax de dog whut belt thy Ioot An wouldnt turn hit loose Andso Fst Peter seztotiinv J HYou was kptcbed iii deac1 D tnggerturnt an looked j jtt n hiniSAh opens H1t is a f ciDown lode deep fen you mus go Perstealin uf dathen The nigger scratch his hald rightt bard Bt Peter had himd pC But deckylifttin up his arms He flop em on his Asides Ain zactly like a rooster crow Three times out loud hecries rSt1 Peter hung his bald widII shame He membered uvilissin Att grubin up a great big 1 key 1 jHelet dat niggeir hitt New Orleans Picayune EEDL1eUt Will Reed the i Washington county r boy whq has been brought promi t nenily before the public on sev rat occasions since his enlist Lmentjini the U S army several years a oIsto be given more chances for distinguished ser vicej A unique contest between two distinct types of horses is la1 to be inaugurated by the armyt officials in the shape fa trans continent ride by representa s lives of the U S Calvary in tt order to determinethe merits beE twe n the two types of horses as jjid their fitness for cayalrv erv ice One of the horses to be enterte in the contQst isIi thotbughbred Arabian stallion belonging to Homer Davenport the amousNew York cartoonist t and imported from Arabia in t 1903 Lieut Warner McCabe stationed at KFt Riley has been ArabianjJpt j has come forward with an offer to match pne of bis horses as a representative of the Kentucky saddle horse against the celebrated rabian steed The se lectiou Wilt be one of two flue horses of the Uastldman stable Carolina or Clifton both fine individuals ajnd typical representa ties of the Kentucky saddle horse What will interest Spring field people most however1 in ftbe proposed c6ntst is the probable part Will Reed is ex pected to take hiltt The Courier Journal in giving an account of ofiit says An a ture in connection with the pro poss test is the fact that Gen Castleman has suggested that Lieutenant Reed of the Sixth cavalry be detailed to ride his horse over the long route Lieu tenant Eeed served under Gen f yastleman during the Spanish American War having been First Lieutenant of Company K orI the old Louisville Legion Hef tf known personally to Castleman is a native of Washington county and is regarded aras an expert horseman Ameri cm horsemen are satisfied that if Goo Castlemans representa tive is turned over to Lieutenantn Reed noither Carolina nor Clif eltoli will suffer from lack of atj tentioni I 0 j C JQD Lw0RE 1whjjust the losses occasioned y the jdrd oaMain on street last Wednesday morning were tfnsTnted in their praise 6f the good work do eby SpringfieTSis fire depart en of course were not on hand tq witness the fight made at the time against the flames but thsilent but ioodwQJk1t allawliich stfrid on eachn side ot the recent conflagration The feat of checkihg the progress of go hot a fire and cutiin it off at both endsat the same time was one which would have heen a credit to a metropolitan fire de partmeiit t We only hope that the insuraocemaoaeiI1 became spfficientlv impressed wilth the efficiency of our fire fighting- fa i1itIs to prompt them to allow Springfield a Ilower tftte of in urincfe The rate emahd on prOperty in the recent burned district was in some cases so high as to make it nlmpst pro hibityforprQpertY ownership carry insurance Eyehts have proven that the ipsu ranee people ate were wise but nojv that these dangerous fire traps are to be replaced by moderni brick and more nearly fire proof buildings the matter of reduced insurance rqtes should be given considera Uon l ofIErecent fire are snowing a corn Njijendable spirit and poll have an upun ed their intentions of re building Qthe property dis VefYfiIDaIlproportjon IThe rate demanded by the in surance companies was eso high that property owners figuredl tbat they could better afford to tirry their own risk and as aj consequence there was only two ojwners who carried policies in the burned district Mrs Kate Williams earned a policy of SOOQ pn her building which was almoSt totally distroyed and Conningham wasltotaiiqsstheowneV of the building occu pied by Leachmans furniture tore and J Y Mayes under ker carried no insurance what everVyet Mr Mayes wasjirie of tjie first to announce his inten tion of rebuilding Mr Mayes Will erect a modern brick bisi- ness i house and is figuring on jplans now Messrs Thurman and XJunnijighapi say they in lend to rebuild at once and are trying to buy mprepround Dr Burton who owned the ole house occupied by E A Cox photo gtapher and J 4is Graves jeweler carried hoIiinsarance but has declared his intention of erecting a nice building m the pla e cf the ojd one The spirit manifested by these citizens Js a shows an abiding faithin the future con tinued prosperity of Spvingtiell Y 1 ONO IIORTSprii JLA fiqld has a destinctipn poss essed prcjbably by n9 other town in the country thatr of having the lorigest and the shortest hotel proprietorsi iin tlie business Mr C M Rice ho has been proprietor oftheI Springfield Hotel forabouta yMaud Mr Woo lson Moss who has just givne way ns toanager of the Walton Hotel to Mr Rice are the tWo represiBntativfes Mr Rice measures six eetsix inches iiii his stockings and is big in proportion while Miv Moss is a little over five feet and iis a liglt weight Mr Moss physical proportion however is the only small thing about him tHe is a clever gentleman andn hotel nan from the ground up He was recently elected president of the Kentucky Hotel Mens Association MrRiQe is ia bighearted and clever in proportion to his bodily size and is popular with everybody Bis friends predict for him success in his new berth at the yalton Wonderful fczema Cure 11COpr little boy hadeczmafdi five years writes JI A Adams Henrietta Ja Two of oui home doctors said the case wa hopeless his lungs being affee tedWe then employ ediOthei doctors but no benefit resylted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottic an soon nOticed improvement W continued this tned cine unti several bottles were used wher bur toy was completely eared Best fnll blood medicines anc bpdy building health TOnics Guaranteed atHaydon Robertson Drugstore 5Qc Matrimonial IInsurance A successful business man apd Iproud father of several1 dau ghters wajs endeavoring to find ipti j anij 1Yessaid proud of my the oldnlannlannlan1c1i like married to see I have them 01tbeIrTheres Mary twefltyjfivg years JjshaltJj 1191tetimatt w ho itakes Etzal who is forty will have fifteen thousand with her Ahem The young man reflected a moment or so and then inquired You havenlt got Ion al u- tfifthaveyoiE4 Mv Btt Frr lld Alexander Benton iwho Jives on Rurat Route 1 Jort Edward N Ysays lJr K ngsf New Discovery is my bet earthly friend It has also perfprmed a wonderful cure of1 incipient wifeTheble cough and this accomplished the oier Symptons lleft neby one until t she was perfectly welL Dr Kings New Discov erys pOwer over cciug hs and Qpldsial simply maryelous No other remedy has fever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Hay don Robertson Druggists SOc and1dO Trial bottle free i Rat Lies J A rat epidemic seems to bp prevailing in Meccerqduntyl and rddents from all reports Wre- neverso numerous Mr C B Chaplin iyhp livens the Handy pike tells sl the other morning he ou and counted fifty big rats drinking thedev off tiras At Mr C I Tewmeyston the Perryville pike they at the heads Pit of seyeral i sand he had to move the shpats from the barn Others tiell jus they are damaging their fcbrn and eating up the clpVer in the barns Judge Spencer Smith say they have eatety up for lhim at least sixteen barrels of corn more than his horses have consumed Kumerousj remedies havebeen suggested and one is that if you yilt take ja biscuit and butter it und spr ajn calomell on ittlie rats yill stfon take iheir departure Anotjier is to spread cayenne peppen about theirnaupts A Danvjiilt gen tlemanhahc1etreinedv we have heard oft He aught a big patriarchl ot a cat ajnd put a bell around his neckatldl the other rats pot liking the music took to the wcods The belled rat alone remained and never seems toy sleep atj njght but runs around continuously under the floors and porches making such such constant serhades with the bell that the family hayibeen unable io rest and are contemplating jmpving out of the house and leaving it to the sole possession of his majesty the rat Harrbdsburg Herald ANTIOCH ITEMS A Newsy Letter About To bacco and Other Things Frq1Qur Corres pondent As 1 haye been absent fromv the columns of the NawsLeader t IIIt be Of interest to the readers First otrair you wil want to know aboqt the crop prbspects in this section There has been iQnlet torn planted the past1 week but most of the farmers are waiting for Spring1 to open befcre they plarit Wheat is looking as well as I lever saw it in this sectior Oats have theiothere is complaint that much of the early clover has been killed It is grvetj upthataBor nearly of the apples peaches and cher ries are killed Garden seed are all in the ground as they planted during the fine wedthc in March and thej work will likely have to be done over During thej winter this section heatjaboutj weather has come there is noth ing said about t As yet I have said noting bout the all Mm portaht crop tobacco In our part of the c unty JLhere is a great I lick of plants some fVeaijly sown beds have plants but they are very scattering iti the beds while tlu late town beds are now ibeginning tocome up so if they come oqat all they will be very la anc1 the outlook is very gloomy for tobacco here Well if 3 on had been here list winter an heard the talk you would hayr thought that the salvation of the whole naton WhY1ifoffice blacksmi Lh shop the talk was tobacco a dif you went to churdh the tall was about the A S E and tobacco attesting the truth of the saying of Christ that Where a nans treasure is there will his heart be also And t know a reacher who left the pulpit and ihe gospel tp go with the A S E and tobacco and from the way he talks now you would thk k that iif hewas called ta see a sin sick soul hIs remedy would I 9r tobacco Men seem to lose sijht of everything else their poUt cs arid their Ve llgion if they Lad any Vas alll jrone and men who had never attempted a pu jlic speech ap pealed bn the platform ready speakers for tl e A S E and tobacco But vejall agree that the principles advocated are right and lhopn it will be suc- cessfulL News is ce out here butrca will add tbaittli church at iAn tiooh has emp oyed Rev Wm1 Lowen to preach for them the balance of the year and he begun his labors on Sunday the 21st and we had a fine rain on the 22d and 2id which has put new life iinto q erything and we hope for ago d crop of bread- stuff if we cant hayetobacco MJA Night Rider Some days ago Hansford Rob inson of Louisville ant 01 vde 1cu1tivaorsI j I RIDING I 1ALIfIa Gt O G S I IlsEE3ps11 f CORN Early and Late I M1LLETT SOBGHUIVI if IPUMPKIN SEEd j t 1iII J f I John Lily Barber Lrr Tiiiiii Sucessor toHaydon Berber r Taylor of Gincjnhali 18 year old uolPreA boyL cane to tIns county to visit their Pd grandfather Andy Bottoin who liyes on the banks of the Chaplfn List Thursday nieht tfcey went to the pasture of Mr Robert Bottoms near Cedar Gro e school house and took his two work hOUS S oUtof lie field and rode them to Paripdsburg re turning about daylight when theyturned the animals rack iinlo the pasture The horses i had been plowed all the day bef- orei and one of them wasin foal when Mr Bottoms when out rand ncxCmorhingshe was uearlj treaDentKnuwing were rusticating the neighbor hood he went over 10 their grandfatheiatnd asked him if the cysmd been away the night before Hd said that they had By further inquiries he learned that seyeiarpeople bad seen the to bovs riding the animals toward Harrodsburg wafdnto Harrodsburg Fridav intend ing to strikeJqr the city but warrants had been sworn but aLPinst them and placed in the hands of the fficers here and Robinson was captured at th dapot Friday af ernoon The ofiicers asked bitn where Taylor was tod he said he lefVhim u- jbnwiich dtattinent prrved tc be untue bGCauseTaylorwasat the depot in biding aiul escaped Robinson wits placed in jail The pepalty fOr such ah offense iIs from a ten dollar to a tWo thousand dollar finp at the discretion olf the jury and when a jury of farmers and horse owners gel hold of him at Cireuit Court its a hundraa to ode shot that thy wont let him off with the lowest flop The bpyr also stole a sad dIe which the pwner can get b3 calling on Depjitj Sheriff John Morgan Harrodsburg Herald RowS Thl We offer one huudrec dollars re ward Cpr any case of c tarrh that cannot We cared by HallstCatarrh CurerF J Cheney Co yoledojO We the underdignedj hpve known F J Cheney for tho last 5 years and believe him perfectly honorable ill all business transactions and finan dally able to carry out ass obliga tions made by his firm WaWin Kinnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo o Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Jn terualiV nctng directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tbc systemS Testimsniala sent iree Pr1ce T6c per bottle Sold byaH druggists Takq Hafls Familyl PilU for con stipacion J Everybody Will Want This DId you ever seea pictu re of all the present Go verriPrss of all the States in the United States in one group No because such a picture Ins never until this tine been printed It remains for Our Countrya successful magazine published at Louis ville Ky to accomplish tills master s r Jkeof enterprise The group picture size 14 by 20 iinches is the copyrighted enter piggs of tht May issue of Our Country Special copies for framing on heavy pl te paper hive been printed ccud these will be sold at one dollar each mailed sdas to not break or soil Time picttire of theGoyer nor of your State Is in thegjrpup You want it arid the diners Send one dollar to OUR COUN TRY Commerciall Building Lou idyille Ky and get this special1 picture and on addition the magazine will he mailed you one year ai no additional cost DJ this at once to day ffas WaIlltL I had been troubled with kidney disease for the last fue years writes Robert Watts Salem Mo I los fl na neyeif felt well ant doctor with ea g physicians lt tried at Cn1fld suggested without idle finally VtriedKoieys Kid ney Cure and leBs than fo bpttles cbmpletely cured me and I am now soubd and well During the sum mer kidney irregularities are often caused by excessive drinking or be lug overheated Attend to the kid neys at ones by using Foleys Klifiley Core Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store jjfr full M a sure x Gteen Seat Paintjafe put up IJv S standard measuib You get what you pay for For sale ty W L Yaucy lackVillej Ky SUBSCRl7lON llltllfllUlUltlitt 1ltJj41R li WASHINGTON COUNTY Y91907 PRACTICAL atiasonab1epriCe tory1 LAXATIVE interesting WentThejentle pmJ1lendableoneand slD r f AvcIIJ 0 Wie INURNiWRONGS 0 I VP j Alum F1in foo 3 causes 3j stomach diiorders Its Con iise meaDs permanent injury to health Fo11owingtheadviceonedicalI scientists England anil France hire passed laws prohibiting itS uNt in bread maWng V American housewives should protect their house holds against Alunjs wrongs by always buying pure Grape Cream of T artar Baking Powder 1t qPure Grape FofTartar PQwdcri is tp ix Jitd for the asking J 4 Buyby flftiflaIl Royati l Night Riders shoot Woman Princeton KyThe tfint blood io flow from theloag siege of Jlawlessness perpetrated in this and adjoining counties iin connection with wife tobacco war was that Of80 1 oman theVie ofRoberl Hbllowell liyingabout nin miles south of town Half way between Hbpson and Demit Eiarlythis morning between the hourjsof 1 and 280 oclock an armed mob of between twen tyfive andforty men appeared at the home of Mr Hollowell and after giving orders began firing through the windows and doors of hTs home i MrJHollo Veil and fa i1lhich is com posed of his wife and little son were ordered put of the house the joaen saying they had come after Mrs Hollowell Mr Hpliowell against thQ advice of tier husband left the family room for tire rent door and otr feaching the hall Via shot in the face rcith small bird shot The woman cried out You people have shot me The answer came back That t is just what we came to do II AccordIng to Mrs HoUowtlls statements s one of the members of the mobin the yard gave a sign or signal and the firing ceasedsShe was told howyer that they intended killing her if she did not quit talking ao mucli and leave the country No attempt was made to harm Mr ETollowell and his sonas wks also Mrs B olioweliwexeiUkti off ton side of life house or yard according to reports were given orders to leave the country JMrl Hdllowells tobacca bed was amonf thel tobacco beds destroyed by night raiders a f w weeks ago Eta is a couain of JL W Hollowell tile chairman of the Tobacco Assocatioa pf Uas county IrsBoTk weU was reaiding in Princetonht the topatioo stenmeTi were dc4roy M w De mber jiim 4a iritaM- efore tjae tait jttrjj Mrch ermO f the Cldw U Cir cuitUo rt 4 0IttWhen iir and Mrs 5olipwell fftwteiQ 211 this Jao njog 4 11411 1 1I1 r a j t t I i r tinucd 1 i t I 2 to i FL have the shot picked from IMP lade the news oft booag caused grRt excitnt uitia dignatlon as wrflli The mtm bers of themobwec not BMk d l Grililli If fyd suXer from fc MMtlM s pains for BallaniV SW iJit 1CQrI within the reach of alii relk j 504 8100 c K Sftk TeMfcC tteJr YtltesLJaa ve wstd BtlIai UN tit lmelt IB y family forjrW hrnsfound It a fine TCMMdy fJ laN pins and aches Irec Vyik taedt Pactic1paint atftj tbe merit 1nd val kJ be Io1i- htheue of Gr Se ii 7 1 covermnost looks bM wss longem FQr aa1s1rbyl L5L YanoIacill4 1 = No Faith IIi tW 1 MIJft f I H P HilltBOMyer knpwn1 nurMrjflMrM of 7lijriM tiilttrit r horticuUture aid irirc Mci i r givei hw okdahMIIiI MI exrilctln obiiarfjttox thitthe moos has no iBflvMMNi whatever on things ptanii III a letter to a corn po dafr IMI says MyDear Sir 5l i P7r Ib Vnota paftfclt filalji ifthe mopif aod ECfmkkteno plNit ing whaUfer th4rty ttJivtii erfs my jud MMnfc ttw ilM ooA has ito inirt5g wjpit on things plaavd Jiaj if5 f ever say thataa y food BM believe in tSOs bit Xr liu r lbatl l i4 Jt Unit tiJGW- PI1Dk Ctey et Ma bda capvfcr 3reejf ago asjisbisrLhb II I saja TW- N i tAijt I J14jlliiil J bojht a bt M Bocixlea sAtBfc 8lve and that eored the dangerous wound 250 at JIay on n bertIrgaUSM Vr r THE c lEWe LeAOEFt 7 Tr-1 j Tit MWSLEADER UftD T A i Y1AR IN ADVANCE 4jp1flGFIELD KY j4rfJA I DAVISON Jr r tjeuIw ulte pS III1 tlRHIu i11Gfl cu1 PQUtielUe aUe1ratM MH- t i II t fc1r1iW ildeUry c c s j AyrtL44 eoatne lAe Oll 1Ut al 44bHi e Mart rIIOIQUoDl of rHPecj 1k ajiIospcIxI MlhHSIw4eI4a lr TWUMDAMA9I901 ANNOUNCEMENTS i We are authorized to announce J Rors are of Springfield acandl Mte for State Seathr frbm the Fif i tkSemitorlal District composed fXarlo WaMbitoo and Tayloi- V cwwitieisulBJecttpthe action of the peiafocratic partyjI JFht cse pf the Gompionwealth JCtfllthM ames Haraisi charged cwitL11 th murder of Tames Cock v rill itasp1c on trial yester jLi7iRi the Iajette county Cir ctt Court arid adlburaed until Ei th4t special Venire pJOg lJ Di from pVich to select llJurj might befcumHionetf Five MB out ot twenty four summon aiSin Fayette county qualified v fqi fryice asJuort t c t Ken uclcy Perby L was j Mtured ty PiRk tar vpich 1fl ieillrddas a short- jorse 1I bSdre the race It iis estimated tliat 20000 people wit e seq the a t 1vjikni Cpngressmah Nicholas W afto hand wife Mrs Ali- cEoLoigwo1thweredis Iciqjd visitors I Vrc JSoDhe igSnthlyj crop rerl off Jj I t Gommissiorier jof Agriculture i VreeJand says The unprecei j + taenfiedly pol1fl welter of Aprillli t ca1I the corn planted in L MSTrch to makel a complete fail i t ur0Forwardf wheat was ma l7 t tedaU injQedIt r Tfft s JAttttlei l Kodol taken QccasionlyJ tespecia11 after eating will relieve b V8our stomacH be1ceing and heart bfarn JB Jones Newport Ten write I am sure three one doll X ar bottles of your Kodol ppsillvelv I cured me of dyapepsia and I reco- nipjend JtjSs that was three years aeo and I havent been Bothered since with itKodol is guaranteed to give rrlief Sold by the Red Cros JDjrBjfStore I iv kt No Indictment Found r L4bandn Ky May 5 Tbe 4 Ir gVatidjury adjourned last night affer one of the most vigorous and farsearching deliberations of weeks every known in this countyr OntnenightofMarch 25 the town and county was startledi jfand thrown into much excitemen- twhen R N UWathen Pr sidnp tf- f of the Kentucky Distillers As sociation President of the Far d niers 1fatonalBank ami State Senator from this distinct W L ISrifdwell Colonel on B ckhams start and a prominent c 4 youtfR ii4aopr apt pine 1fr thi tien bpsinesmen of ih p tpwfL were arrested and charged d St wfijacopspiring to bribe voters jt oHcl Ike 8Miey jbi Wokeiei kyy OrerWoikU- akealUiy Kidneys Make Impure felood It used to be considered that only Urinary and bladder troubles Were to bef traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves thai t nearly all dias J bein4ipgin th se mostitnpotani t organs The kidneys filter and purify the bloxl that is their work i Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out oforder yon can understand how I quickly your entire bqdy is affected aniS how every organ seems to fail to do Lduiouare sick or feel badly begin f taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwawpRoot because as soo as your kidneys ar well they will he p all the other organs to health A trial ili convince anyone f If yo are sick you can make no misI4 take fry firit doctoring your kidneys The llld and the extraordinary effect of greatjcidMa drth higbestfor its wonderful cures i erf tlseot jj t 44siu atM diStftiliugiliesed I 4 ESY ttleeeI1fMlialcalw a pamphlet o W toot il y m have Sf A isrbat remember the name SwamffKoot J r Kihaer1 SwampRoot and the di dreMBInghaaitonNY on every bottlet Iat the recent local 6ptibn 6le6tiqrf of this city gt It was the bitterest and moil stubborn election ever fought here and thafHendo the gen tl men arrested thought it an outrage and a conspiricy to ruin thiDir characters The grand jury which was composed of the best men of the best men of the county summoned hundreds of witnesses but failed to return any indictments and the cases have been dis missed THE fEXAS WONDER Cures all Kjdney Bladder jnd Rumatic troubles sfcld by all druggists or two months treatment by maill for I Dr B W JIall29 6 Olive streett St tnis Send for Kentucky etimniaIL Hardesty Schoolhouse Newsltemt scarpe again this week but we wilt try and write upalew ims Urn Stella Yoeunv and Mrs eutFidayMr S P Chesser bas pur chased a new rubber tire buggv- Meesrs Jd Gray rand Charlie Trent were inBioomSeld Smday to fcea their best irlsIMe Clifton Kidwefl and wife of Valley Hill visit the Ilatters parents of this place Sun4ay Mr Arthur Moore flnd wife visited relatives a UrrqJsburg recently Mr J H Gray sold a bunch of shoats to Mr Mike Filzgeiad at6r Misses Tayie Gocdl EU ad 6essie Drurv were in Springfield one iay1ast vieck Mr J M Sale and wife spent Sunday with the latters grand mother Mrs Canary Mrs W IB Barlow and dau ghter Miss Te ie attendees church at JJew Hope Sunday and dined witl Mr arid Mrs Joh GuisingerJ VON LOOKER cu risBlood Skin Diseases Can + cer Greatest Wood Purifier Free If your bJDoa is impure thin dis easea hot Qr ful of htitporslf you have Ilxl poison caner carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B Bot Sodn all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and perlargebotleBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially adyised ior chronic deepseated cases as it cures aftei all else fails 9lyr MORISS7IDLB cornWell planting will wipd up this week M easels is still w t11us sev era neweas s are being developed every day Several fpom here attended the 1a4tSaturdayMr AO Eddleman sold to W E Eddleman Sr a bay marc for 155 I Dena Weekly let a hcrse run away with him the other aay4- throwijig him put of the vehicle spraining his ankle and knock Sing hijn senseless for nearly three Hours He is doing nicely at present There was a are crowd out to here Bro BeNight preaoh last Sunday It was ladies day anda number of new hats were visibe Mr Helm Armstrong and Miss Cora LimberV1 repaired iq the residence of Bro W IE Yancey where they quietly mav ried last Thursday afternoon Born since our list to the wife of Thos Qderqn 8 poqnd girl rTqe infqnt cbHq of Ifr tnd Mrs Jack Shehan was interred at Mt ion last Thursday Squire Hendren and crew arrived at Mooresville arid are re pairing pikes in this sec ion Mr IJifm Cheatham and wife visited Mr and MrsTas Cull last SupdayS v MrsW M Sweenev visited eneytSpringfield Saturday shopping tDr RoBarbs was out last Saturday toseeMr Thos Vir gin Week1eyviitedMlss Dr RoBards performed an operation on Bert Hats He had tqnsUitis and bad his tonsis cutout We bad delightful rain Sun day night and Monday blcb was badly needed 11Ch8r1i Hendren of Jefferson villej is Visiting relatives here v WB Goodeh s for sale sev eral milk cows and they are good oies too Mr AH5Uehan is quite illat this witJrg itloslike ve miglit have anotherfweddlng er4 1 ng DsWitta Carbalirea Witch sJYe does mot perely e ion ttrfac kjpeitratM tkc pores a t1yeIMYpAl dl1 boils bursj eald cMt8aBdskin fotbpibeEed Crow Drugstore trthvIIie =1 itir li6rxBPrt iiailiity of Scruggsville moet to the home of his parents Ust week Mr Ark Sims of Willisburg was in our midst last Sundays Miss Ada Chatham of this paoe visited bet sister at Polin tTuesday f Mr JeromeTren andchildren were in Springfield Sunday and Monday visiting his SiStar Colvin Mrs14 Mr J A Breeding and ly and Mr James Coulter an wife were guests of Mr Bradford Breeding Sunday Mr Berry J3R kfStonof Poling has been clerking in the store for Mr Trent several days Rev Hatcbett preaches atthe- 1eaentqrove= church every secpnd Sunday We hope to see a lrge pi pwd out Sunday iard Uaiust mDlIOn All nations are endeavoring ip eheckrthe rayages of consumption tjie white plague that claims so IBinr YiCtimii each yean Iolev goney and Tar tore cough an colds perfectly and you and in ng danger of consumption Do not rikk your heijth byt king some nnknown preparaipnt when Fqlejj Honey and Tar is eafe gad rtalP Ip results Ask fqr Fpleys Honey and Tar and iu it upon havlag Iit vote sale by- theThd Pspss DrugStore When ypur fqpd has noff been properly digested tbp ejitire System js impaired in the same proportion Your stomach nods kelp Kodol for lindigestion and 9Yp pianotooJY digests what you eatit tones the stomach and adds strength to the wholktiody Makes rich pare blood KodMl conforms to the Nationa Pare Fobd and Drug vSold by be Red Cross DrugStore Eggs Tor Hatching Froth selectpens of White Plymouth Rock EJrown Leghorn and White Wyandotts My birds were pram iU m W nnersat- the llairs last year EgS 75 Ccnts Tons I A C KfMBAL1 ll2m SpringtieldjSKj Ueres 1o yofjj bealtlj and happl aeaseWitts Ijitsje ariy Rleera frrnous little pills Nasty sick head che our bihoHBness may come on tanytime the aure is an Early Riser Sold by the Re Cross Drug Store What the Birdi ayIJJhose who know much about birds tIil us that the birds uptes are quite Istlnct and sound like the following ords What dp they say to you RqblnrQuIcki Quick Do you think you do do you think what you 11whatyou think Purity Purity Ioh pirity Dear Dear Think of It tbinlcpf it Bobolink BolipIee bobollnk bob- oLUrikeI Crow Caww Cpdarblrd4Tzcf tze tze 9bw1te qpalJ Bobbobvhlte Mprermorewet gojdflncl ye19fblrd Kerabee pheechee whewr wIwliSHumming blrdMqusellke squoak- QripJerWil yon l wiliyou really reany JIUJY r Song sparrow Olltollt olltchlp chip chip cbecharcbewlBs vlss wlssf ThrtihDrop It drop It Cover It up c9yer lIt up Pull It up pull It up- BiuejayJay Jay Jay wheedle whee dlel Scarlet tanafeer Chipchirr Pshaw Waltwaitwialt forlmo watt BlaekblrdEongquerree or boba lee nbobalee About Canary Birds Canaries are exceptionally affection ate birds as every one knows ho baa hnd thefn1 for pets lint that they are Jealous of their master or algtress cn1ILIftnycIdeath tblfact aave been cited by bIrd stu dents particularly attacks iaade upon pet dOs by a lttl yeHpw creature so tinythat th c dog could have swallowed if at pnfe gulp They are jealous of pach ptbe topj and if you baNe two such ppja ypq will ijotice how grieved pub w lI fqell If you pay too much ht tentlon1 Ito the other One little bird i+ boseznstress owned l1i mate usel to push her mate right off the perc yvherj ihe woman tried to talk to bun Inthe cage and get In his place herself inhere she glanced back indignantly at pIck1 andj uUredsweet little sounds to her mistress I Canaries were5flrt brought to Eu rope In thf sixteenth century They became most popular In Germany Putles of the President Fhepretlcally the presldeqt qf the unIted tales Is the chief executive that Is io say the man whose business xlt Is to enforce Ute laws passed by tile representatives qf the people Rie sovereign people through their servant In congress expres their will and that will It Is the business of the president to carry out ITheiiresldent according to the con titut1 n has no right to make laws or to pass upon them after they are made save by the exercise of the veto power His sole and only business Js to execute the laws as passed by congress and adjudicated by the supreme court Such Is the theory as laid down by the framers of the fundamental llaw History of a BJackboard Eraser wI am a blackboard eraser I am rInow and nobody cares for me I the teacher say the other day that she because1I 1nyJblstOrylroom I had a lotely dark blue felt coat On my back yere the words Board of- Edueationprlntedln dark bjue also I not think I would be used very ild JbeckMe I was sonew and beau meill r- I1OtHMSELFIN LEEP reamrf ff TThat Irishman Nearly Kill Su J hnsori ustave Johnson a Brooklyn xna chlnlst twentytwo years od while dreaming that a man was about to shOot him took a revolver from undet kta pillow and shot himself in the abdomen Thy rePort of the shot Awakened Johnsonf and his bedfellow Mho asked what bad happened Johnson said That Irishman haSshot me at last That Irishman had long been the central figure of Johnsons dreamd L month ago Johnson went to board at 122 Fort Greene place Brooklyn with a family named Johnson but to wjjjch tb Js PQf rented He said be djeamed almost nightly thata map appeared in his room annouiiced hIm- self as that rlsbman and attempted oklll Ijlm Oscar JptinsflBi tUP landladys son gffpreij tq sleep with the boarder that he might be reassured by copipanlon hlp when his horrifying dreams awak ened him Oscar found that Gustaye Invttrlablv petwith a tOldl revolver jlfld r his plllqw and warned him I- tws daqgepqus but without ajvall Three tithes luring the night 0sc9was awakened by Gustaves Crashing about In the lbed muttering t something about that Irlsljffftltf It Wtrll ii m whQq tlw jepori pf thei revolver awakpned oscar He lit thega Bloqd gtfllns werp on the bedclptiilhg Gus tJavas revplv c lay pnih e 09r As jhe jnen were locked in the room fa ffvjdeflf tl at the dreamer had sIof- flInsif1 rrh wouuded mawas taken in an pmbulance to the Brooklyn jhospltdl Where the bullet was extractedi John son Is sald to have aq even cqance Of f ll NOT ON THE PROGrtAMME Angry Wife Introduces Excitirjfl Act In jWithout j Iling domestic sketch was suddenly added to the vaudeville bill in Hamnjerstelus Victoria lnfNew York city It went with suck a rush that it nearly emptied the standing area to the rear of the orchestra chairs s General Interest In development of the plot was not gratlfledi because of modesty on the part of the man who bad been cast without his consent for the part of the husband discovered and police Interference on behalf of the small woman who Was characterized In the dlalpgujp as the hussy Twq well ldressed men entered the theater JuSt before the nerfbrpiance began accompanied bjr two women They took seats In the orchestra floor and the smallen wppiaq satt beside the larger man while her pqmpnnlon who was tall and dressed In black sat tar ran 8MAIiT WOMAN ESCAPED WITH BEll HAUl DOWN JIHH BACK lLhf from the aisle The litjle woman was dressed In brown and was partic ularly attractive In appearanceIThe programme had progressed to the middle of a Scotch monologue y hen a large woman surrendered an admis sion check to the doorkeeper and marched tnnjeatlqally lInto the house Her eyes pjdrclug dud hostile scanned Ue audlepcq Jfpr a moment and then w lth determined mien she strode down n side aisle mid halting beside the iwartet leaue over the man w th the Uttle woman and remarked Xm eni pbasls Johuiome out John collapsed and almost sank WI tier the seat In front pf ini JJvery one In tlie the ep beg n 6 take no tice and the involved hastily started ou JwHb their women coinpah long Thfs large woman kept within easy doorThe1the big one caught the UtUe ones hair In both hands and began to bump her hc0d against thb partition The sounds were heard In the theater and every qielittletwotitenfor theahwQ petnctirfi ergeant OConnor who had hijrried out picked up a mysterious object and asHed the doorkeeper what it was Its a rat and It came out of the little ones marcel waves was the answer rThe larse woman pursued the fugitives but they caught n train Just beforefjshe xaqchwl them and went to HRrlcrp JPrzctkaiIn the early part of the war between the states when pntriotid merchants and manufacturers were sending their clerks aiid workmen to the field with a promise to provide for the wants of their families as well us to continue their salaries nvYork offered to iIljw her boarders bills to run en asusiial should any of them desire togo for the defense ot the nation A Fallacy A woman tins ho sense of humor remarked the acrid majb A UTbnt Is a fallacy answered his wltethnthas arisen from the fact that most of them are not so stupid as to laugh at ther husbands efforts to be cteverM Washington Star 444Nothing Mean ThereIIII jsay Uncle Jack I dreamed you gave me halt a crown last night Did ypu me boy Well you can keep IfcV London Tatter i 1 b SPORTING WORLD Runner Melyin Sheppard i obatily the ablest all round sun MeLvinSheppardresident of New York He bas run the halt outdoors In 1 minute 5335 seconds Indoors he has run relay races in 1 minute 54 45 seconds aridl minute 5Q 45 seconds antI has gone the distance from a standing y 0 KELVIN BHEPPAHD start in 1 mlnufe and 58 secctnds Llke wise In the indoor mile be outclassed everybody Last spring the Qjjmer Quaker City lad reeled off mlfo af er julio inder 4 m1pnesl and 25 secQAds accompllshlng 4 Sininutes and 23 sec 9 rda on at least tIeoeeasi ions Qutdppr Sheppjr4hns nOit done well at tha miltyilmnly because he has npt catered tojibt1tstance J d ing irelywueffs 4 minute and 15 35 seconds If jie once gets after ilf- cpive the Quaker lad a big track to stretch put Pft iind he will do 50 sec onds far a quarter mile At the east ern Udbpr meets this winter but one ma Jas bested him iu a fair race at this distance and that wan 5Pna H11I man If- Shpppar J flier at longer dis ttiic ttPPi 3o has rdn two miles well under 10 mi lutes and was a member of the victor ous L A Co cross country team Iast fall I New Baseball Rules If any player other than the pltchor soils a new bill either by ninifltWfnEfJ wUrbefinedIf a pitched ball strikes the ground before It crosses theplate it counts qs a ball in t= ery case The batsman will bedeclared out he changes from one box to the other after the pitcher has taken the pfteh ers boxIIn games where two umpires pfflclate It shall be agree on and announced before the gamaion which particular plays pach shall xwje If ii catcher iotferferea with a bats man while striking at a pitched ball the butsman becomes a base runner- If there are two base runners andJ one passw another In an endeavo tpi mnkS a run while thejirat base tanner Is being tagged the bas runner who passes shallbedeclared9ut The last two rules held In the Ameri can league lat yearL but not in tho National league StringVance innstensheadtern are Jack Wilkes J2byurWilkes Jay Kay 210K by Jay Bird Colonel Osborne 219V4 by Shea AlI cOne Quyney Girl 223 by Gregory the GreaJ Kenneth Mac 223by Hob by Bprns Pauline Simmons by Sim mona and a colt by Moko The pacers are Gallagher 203 by Royal Rys dyk Clea S 209VI by Charlie Flsk Tommy H 212 by Delmproh Jim Kyle 212 by Tip Top Sir DalP 213V4 by Mouritahaeer and rjPointer by Star ohstw pt cit Jnve V IMv 208J4 Tb j stab v W Bpllt up4 as usuiwillbe raced Vihere Nl koj Umks they can win May Ride For Belmont Jockey Mountain who baa bpen do Ing some clever riding moo sees undor the Sllkof August Belraont ac cordtug to good llltormatl ll Moun tain rode well at New Orleans Ia6t winter and shcrwed considerable skilli at Bennlngs It will bo a big advan tage to the Belmont stable to iive the ervlces of this boy as the well knonColors wJUVbo seenoftcn during the metropolitan season AlexassderSheld I and II Thomas were ifter Moun Jatn but It looks as It Bejmont ben tthorn out Lee Tannehill Lees TannehUl one of tbe fhttres of the hltloss wonders snsbo Is going to be a slugger this seaspi3u He hasten doing all sorflj ofr stuuta to minor league pitchers ta practice gamesj Tariny says ho has got over the habit t nulllnj away from the ballL Re t u grand fielding third snckerIarid It ho could only hIt 880 mark all the thlal Ujsemen of the country would have to take n peep at the White Soxs showy iinfielder THE WORM TURNED Teddy Allrlght was In a bad royv considered matrimonially lie was the henpecked husband of romance null he know It and Mrs Allrlght knew It to say nothing of what the neighbors know- She always took possesston of isis wages so ho had no chHticoto try anything In the way of luxates lIe made the attempt once and only opce The ccasjon presented 1Ire1t in the shape of o few shillings vcfrthof overtime and Teddy altywed himself to be per suaded within thg alluring portals of the green man lie went home at closing tnio and did not show up at work next day Rumor the lying jade said something about a broomstick andS a black eye and it may be that rumor sqmuchTeddy broke out again in the face great temptation on the day when otll homOfroma plea of extenuating cI wttofj wnuld luo been received but j =Alngui ua nu vxtasy oman nea eddy came home late and tried not to look merry and Jubilant JlongIn the Insane desire to iee fair which was nffverTon tsp at the malson but the lady of the place sent hfan about his business with noIIear undesirable and Irritating Insect In The Interview with Teddy was less stormy and equally short The boon atom of humanity went to bedsore 80JIantlthere distressed and woke up in the II gnawIng Ihave been a It the wish for revengeIWhatever it was it worked Teddy met his brother again IveIgot an Idea he said that jny dont treat me exactly right It andIIi step gained The Idea had ermnatlng for a llong long time was now fo bear fruit f agreedItsThat that wife of yours treats remarketj you in femally bad and she treatedJne the iButihntstoi Iany remedy pont you Pay her back In her own coin Teddy shook his hendiUslmpos Isible Itcahrfbe From what you have told me about tier I think It can Listen 5 5 Mrs Allrlght returning home tbtn- ight from her usual weekly atjftndV ance at the mothers meeting at ben ezer chapel was1n a happy and worliJ1went Ir good lady put her best foot foremost like a twoyearold Itjs nearly 1ft oQlock she ruminat ed but I shall be comfortably Indoors before the rain commences d Teddy wlllhave got the supper teady Just theA 10 oclock boomed JutuDear Cngalnstout After 10Ah here we aref She had turned the corner of the street and reached her domiciliary dlCflee All was dam Surely he be putt No he wouldnt dare She rang the bell viciously No reCply Could h6 have gone to bed No Onc more he wouldnt dare But It was comlng on to rnlnaodCY Ctoable to gain admission to tberenlrnRC where she reigned supreme Suddenly the parlor window was raised W attt dq oq wantJ4i8he a strange voice i l want to come In of course tlOo away my good soul Yout Remr- toxlcated fThat was when Mrs Alhjteht won dered why the earth did not operand swallow her You hjowlil luau how dare you tell me tnt put of my own window sYour awn window Indeed Go homo before you get wet through Her answer was to start rl glni the bell again and clamoring at the knock er Just then a policeman haoiBe large from round the cprnetzHerq pflicqr cried tht fetrarigc man from the piartot vlnQqrr take Ithis woroiw SiMA creatln a disturb oncej s i Allrlght shIekCAl but the constable waa remorseless Now then le said move otloutot this and lively nut I live here Does she live bererto the f ce In the window I NO Ccrtaluly not Irftoxlcated M thlrOvV Then the pjUreeinau led I the poor lady away and eonvcycdl her tearful l an- dbedragglto the corner pf thenaln iotLSliaian hotnnfterward when a con trtowoman crepthitlCk to her house ztni5heri 59herwell The contrast was so extraoxdlnary ft thtitthe lady was atrac1 her mlIUliwas unhinged aiil that liar preyjQUKcexperl jj ence was a phantom of her Jrnns Inn j ITSJ r remarked Albright t k It Yes dear It Is And Im 8O sorrxrV55 as1upelinfthisnew J to roSret the trntuem wtjtll stlD 1aI cense cost tleWeli reaBy Its I hnrd to stcIV tlR youve Vied ne for fticn or twetiKy rears hmNelphl Ih uircc FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Cleaning Kitchen nUtensib Pans made of shoat Iron trre better to bake bread In than thoso made Itln tJsand cruets are clltinned nlceljl sand awl soapsudsSpots stoneware Jars find crocks should havecold water IB a little soda placet in them it the totand allow ed to btill before urfnff Scrape the dbngh frooi your rolling pin and i wipe with a dcy owel rather than wash It Steel or silver may tarnish in woolen cloths A chamoIs eOctni or tissue paper Is rhuch better Do not use a brass kettle for cook Ing until it Is thoroughly cleaned with salq and vinegar L rj cleaning tlnvare there Is nothing better than dry flour appfipd with a uevspaper flllowrteu or coffee to stand tIn DiPInot Gstoi1neoft eight quart ketfle Soap sl t ive as fl possible a bar of 15estJlauncry to the shavings two Quarts of ftr put over the fin and slm me with the soul met entirely LI tbel kettle from the Ure ta Into a flccloss wxm or Into the oufetair dUd ponorjnto the boiling mtxture a coffee cu4 Lull of gasoline The effervesconcsi Avln nil the kettle Leave It out o doors until It Is cold covering It closely When the clothes have been ofIed rIng them and put Into a tubful hot Water to which you have added enough oC ibis mixture to mak a good IIthefire and artificial light untO the are made from It sudllj j Carrot Pie T onake carrot pie add to two car Tot4 Jtolled and mashed two table tCggIbimtteut I1 nut4ij andi bake In an open crust Tw J make a meunguo make like the omJUlng the Vbltes o J the eggs pitt the Jio Is batM whip the whites of Use eggjjt to trohiw1tbthnHt talrf i Sr y DeernnnsIIArn 5 Shop I lt tIt on of Wall Streetwhere I am prepared to do all ki U fii WfKHandmade lrepairinf 1t promptly and lean one if i I also have with me the H Dealf and Dumb Shoemaker i I I who is an expert workman Yotr I patronge rl t I tpeet 1GeO jIBegn nmS J iiiG- OOGOO J J I 9 REtt9 1Caused mete move in with Mr L R1Lawrence So my business will go on C Justasit did before the fire I 1havea 9nice line of ILi- i Watches cloCksJJewelry I o all kinds Cut Glass Silverware Come and get prices etc81C 4 Jas A Graves Main Slueet opposite Presbyterian clnr 1oooooooooo c i 1 RHEUMATISM CURED THe CircuteHbn Stimulated 1 1 and the Muscles and Joints 1 lubricated by usljt r Sloaivs Lirtjm itf H Prici 25c50e lO- O5oldbyND1ers 1 t riJbtHtrH StMfNt v J AddrSDcrrssroaaBostoft ort fJ t ssiwonrnia sugar r ana orange juice to flavor spread light on top the pie and set In n coo lsU oven until pulled ancl a golden brown fI Flower Stand For Windows An entirely pew arrangement ot flower sthUce has been patented by an Illinois Snail but the construotlon be dng exceedlngy1slmple It requires little skill to make one As shown in the PASTESS roWIN pA Illustration this flower stand Is at tached to the outsell of the window frame Three shelves aangedquaII distances apart aife Jnipported by Ir6n brtckctk at each siOfc The Ide frames tne Inclined soti t the foliage of i flowers on the lower iJ helf will not totchthQshelt above The threeI shelves thus afford aflnpport for a dozen pots of flowers where tOnJy the flower lover was limited to ke than a kalf dozen r i I r r ItI Cream Verniifiigi i1 TIE in I mmRIMlll THEItI tAVewri Titnt i F HHTATieU j THE fMfIC nWMMMi 4HT BallardSnow LIaItc-t T LOUIS MOo Sodby Red Cross rug St e r1ocT0 1 ltilet l better knQwhas th rfRaeon the Danville piK gji6lT Lebanon Ky at L i st 1 iPr Vr r 15 To hniis aLivinCobS- 1S Kr Mares traded or pir ecLmtkifQr lefts fssarance and asoaerbecoes due at tipe of suck trassactioa Biea retained on colt till 1asoa k jaftl Mares from a diita tirdatreasonable price Mares jtmtr ate l will receive our pcraomai atteatio but not responsible for accidft I1U ot- ascaes t DXSCl i j f Foaled 1900 IS Jsjawtel rStta beautiful lay boti fehiIteSto ankle Very rattY p4ckv jIM ead- and ear shPrt bjck fae kagtfay quarter large strong 1ib Wt ybalt fcw Has been a show fcorie fiewa colt wlnalBff many preaisais la hamiese and iaIdIs 1aei tkrwifh CesraI f Kentucky aad otWr State wFanlsc seco4 rbl Sale Stallie ZqlaM at Chicago ItMlIlSCtHtiareltlte v size aKwitii gsea style and Jtnisi Though youBfr his colts are cep MweV toy high prices and ltfttstoser l arehlghlyple lwith thea JPzrnoxxE1re Wfmlty Dart XI 19SS A aH R He bfChetD 10 he by Slack SqiMrreI PorDean iir N n d bJAidahlak 3ddaaa bf rFJr 88 4tk b tEsawf ralt da P5 bY WaIEeaer Jal PaJty Dilre- b7 1jfy JrekUMM t 1l WlmvfekL kby NyksH- aaibletoaiia Id aa bAb II- 1MteNes 3d dua rGills Vrsst5z- MAiE fWetaxe pieurt uerUfa Jfae jo fe i4aHtel t iiphyBountiest that will pro sc a ciboSthat M 9V w sck wurkt kf tki J Eaaterm trtM5tbat zeiasii tYe WC5 ta Wis jt yeII airis 1fCCYIOflONSON J Letianoii Ky r vi T1 r DBJLit BW1N lIEft DJENTIV TEETH EXTRAOTED WITHOUT PAINS r I4I toek pvi- I i PRJWY1ILDeKY i iltDnt1f Work Strictly r II 1 qFrstciaJcIUDL 1iu 4yicin and Sirgeii r OfBe honrs 3 to9a mi l1 11n pm t foffi over Staydons Drugstore i l UJLlampton Virv MDJJ i ST m Opera Nose I Iornce I r o 4 7Rchlcl c Ne 38- WJ F GRIGSBY t4TTORNEYAT LAW d Qflkst Over Peoples Bnlc- BpRmOFCBLrr KYV II i t S B ItOBAfcris M WBYAT- RdBARDS 4 HYATT 1 PJ siClm IUd sugoss c Office over C W pagans grp Vcery idpposite Presbyterian J church 4Dr W W Ray TPBYSICIAN AND SURGEONtlA i on4 Office over Havdon Robert i sons Dcujg Store jct Phonesl Office 155 P1Restdence 172 11 I of 1J1INYIMAYS E p jFUE8AL vIIILCTOIId j T AN4i1 liCENSED EMBALMER ers TELEPHONE iAYJig NIGHT T4 SPRfflGFIELBB i Kairoad Schedule V Following is the time schedule 33owj in effect on the Bardstown t And Springfield ra hrailroadm io th4OY22 pm Bardstown 606pnFthe arrives atSpringneld p No 42Leaves Springfield at 520 a m Bardstown 07amI piirrivesampINot p go am BardstOwn Junction behlO amj Bardstown 1100 am rrives Springfield 1230 pm fN644 Leaveis Springfield a jNl 00 pm Bardstowflj 220 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm rives at Louisville 545 pm NoYOJ Sundays only Leaves 0 Bpripfttield at 715 am Bards idw l8 am j Bardstown Junctior 8i45aml arrIves at Louisville tDQ35 owNc 91 Sunday onlyLeaves LouisVille at 6pm Bardstown JunctioD 645 pm Bardstown for 7BOpm arrives tit Springfield at 825 Pm It rS TBTelacceSmDpcrs- f We wish to state to Our friends tntdughcut the tobacco growingc J 4ictibns that we are not connect 5 d dIrectly or indirtctly with Vanjr oth ij warehouse or ware Jt Hpuse rimpcany StttlypJnde enBent i obaCC ebOi1Sf ijTrVV Co namisslpn Business yind resR p ctfully solicit your patronage 1t BRIDGES CoProprecA i tors Pjcket Tobacco Warehouse Loiyvjll e Ey 408 mo W kjLLTCOUCHs- u4 AND CURE THE LUNGS WITh Dr1 Kings New Discovery IoMrIFoaR c 5OcPriciBFree TrWM flU1est and Quickest Cure lor all on TXSOAT and LUNG zouipXI or HONEY BAOT l t The Weekly Courier Journal i i iPboomIt circulation has kkrown wpnderf ally In thV111eW months deservedly No fcetter p per published anyrl VBetethinltie weekly Cporier t onIliIJ i r fJb C1tnedw11 jtf i ij Lf f that Old Ii l t I dpes l rt tPr aid e J lDk a1 i9Mw PrcrasobletL1NiS Y r Ii ooTOiNLocal H Happenings 6T Interest i Freshest and Latest1 i 4 t AllAbout YourAcIf 1rIsnds 1 111Acquaintances lt P 1r1 l 1rJliT4 F1I fU Try Maxwfcft House Blend Gpffe s W BfcLawrence Millet seed The cbeapest in town a Barbers FOR SALETwooung milk cowsfor sale by Dr tDebo VaCry Satisfaction Coffees 18c I W P Laurence FORRENTTA five room flat over Shaders grocery apply to Ii ABuros J tpoundst Springfield Ky t t BORN dn May 8 to Mr and Mrs TD Tapp an eIghtpound tughter ofcsbeepsail at John Lily Barbers TMrsBuff Orphington arid Brown Leghorn eggs at lbo for 15sMr G C Wharton has Tented p the house recently occupied by Mr OBryan and vill move into pit i 3nextM rJA Johnson has rented e house built by MR Jones Virginia avenue recently purchased by So J Smock t1 Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale at 5Q4entsper setting a 17 Mrs Palmer Goatley F D No 1 Springfield Ky Green Seal Pint iis made ghtthats why tHe best paint are recommending i They know too W L YancyMak h villew If ypuhavnt used it lget a good painter buy Green Seal and be glady uteyes csuglit in this For Sate yWL Yancy Mac vine Ky i ah On account of the pqstpon of erit of the closing exercises ofrt e prngfiedGraded School by skatios rink will1 bebpen riday night as usual I V i On1 next Sunday morning thes stor oflihe Baptist church will be eacti on Mary the Mother of b- sus At nighttbetoplc will A Clean jJeaitiV r rJFORSkiiAd Pdda fount H fixtureslVolo Coca c 1a and Syrup stands Spoons glasses 1andholderst WP LAWRENCE rOnly ten days snore m which E take advantage of our hap rn- ffer the Louisville Daily Herald and the NewsLeader one year 2 No subscripfionsUaken this rate after May 20thg 1STRAYED Ifrom the livery stable ofBoblLt Bishap about a i ra eekoa wthte gilt pbotIt2OO ttcutes i1ngtiel1Krra t Mr Henry Selecman oneof the most highly respected rest dents of Nelsonxounty died MayC Istst the iaomfeof nephew ard Nan z near Bloomfield The d6ceasedl was a brother bf Judge W E Selecman of this place and was a bachelora 0Mrieave this week for Greensburg thereresidence temporarily y Mr Cox stained a heavy loss by the s hitbelongillgsSpringfield forihe present be canaahe has noplace to operate his photographers iness Dr urtoi expects to shortly begin the erect oniota new building the old sits and Mr Cox will- robably H be furnished new quar tars in which case he will again V become a citizen ofSpringfield The fire insurance companies hich held risks on the proper 1 destroyed or damaged by the ecent Main Street fire have been prompt and liberal about adjusting the losses Grundy Mclntire who carry a total of out 18000 dn their stock of goods collected for damages done their stock bysm ke Rod ater the sum of S150 w P Lawrence McClure Mayes riO were xeimbursedfor patti l loss and damagja to property Others whose loss was almost 7 OtI LV Jllaqe Ji3tiSfactoryet tinent1 iITOIIGSkI1 U uuuuun Mr T R Patterson of Tenn essee a prorainent hose buyer 111s htere this week accompanied by Mr Frajnl1 Peterslof Leba npn and bought quite a number of rood horses Among the salesl reported we mention the Whartonbrownimi black hor195 fA Boul ware bay horsotSSOO Rchard JIagan160JToeN iVton Sl5Qi L MI Walker 14 Boblitt Bishop 150 Conrad Hertlelc 175 amd seyeral others Mr Patterson took seventeen head7 away from here on ffuesdavl three of wjiich he bought in Bar istown Horses are higher and in better demand now than hey haye been for years ani good ones are becoming scarce Seriously Burned I M5 SB Thompson and Mrs hea Campbell were hastily summoned to Louisville Tues day by a message telling of i accident tp Mrs Thom soli It was learned that Mrs Thompson who has ben visit 1atthe hplne ofber sister trs Will Gurryf in Louisville was badly burned on Tuesday morning by tl1eexplosio of 4 gas tove Before leav iing JVIr Thompson waS4iuab1eo leart h extent of bii wifes injuries beyond thp fjCtT that she wasp i i1 9 44facEndafher9air 5buri1ed ZS1 T SK5Mr ThTompSqnt aira daughter Mrs Campbell are botb in Lou 1e apd the many fInds of rs Thompson ltt1Hs place hope to Jlearn that her nln iiSI are not so serious as the csethed to iuthcae- b r Releasedoh EonctZ j Sam Baker the young man from Lexington who has beerJ jail at this plaCe for aboutJ three weeks afterf having been jJilDgvarious sums of money wast lease4i from jail on Tuday County Judge Litsey jqak ersfather camE to his son4 aid and succeeded in furnishing a bond for his appearance to an wer any indictment which may found against thevoung man the next grancl jury Judge Litsey accepted a bond of 20 i one case with J A Edge ofl Lexippton as urity Young j Baker and his fatherJJeftuestday forLancaster cio Men Ranr 4WashingtonCouIityUnion 4 liss calledrt meeting of al- leiilers of thfJ societyi forther C6nri Hous j Springfield on Saturday May 18Ui for the purpose of discussing plans for etting up a grand horseback parade and rally to take piace ber ron the tbirdfday of the Washipgton l county fair It is rpposed to get all members ofa e society and their friends and pacithlly obacco growers in terested in the celebration arida good attendance is urged for the meeting here on the 18th j when the project will be CUllYj j discussed r Nominates The Democratic Conimittee of the Fifteenth Senatorial Districtt met at Lebanon last Wedriesday nd nominated J Rgers Gore f Springfield us the Candidate oritate Senator from this dis- ricti MrGorfe was the only candidate whosE riam was pre end to the committee Children Therearc thbusanda rjj then in schoo i Tear glaSsci Byes 1 hire weak naturally become wor under the Strain of constant study Headaene squinting tqe eyelids holding the book iiosp to thefacare alt symp toms of ovewvork viQhilclrCii frequently fall belojy in thieir studied throughinability to piateDut characters upon the blackboard TuVeyeof verY Spujj1 it the schools should be examined at lea t nce ayeaV YoucnnotatTord to be indiflV erent ih this matter ByglvJ inj attention to slight defects now their school york will not only be lightened but the Sbut the necessity of wearing glasses constantly in after years may be avoided your child shows signs of eye tria+ ble you should have Ills eyes examined without delay J i A stitch In time sasnlne I i JCF RUSSELL v Sclejillflc Opllcon Ne qJfrICc Springfield Ky i 11More New Hatst For Mayr 2fi I 11 and Saturday 11- ftNew O ds will be on Display Friday and Saturday S I 5 r Prices and Styles 1 are Correct Exclusive Styles and Superior Q aj r 10 f I BABY CAPsoMaSSllKthNet TT S j 11 la Opp Post office 0 jl FER7o L Mr J McOibeis in Lonis yille fhi weefri 1 v IDrS J Smock haST turned rom Asheville NC rf dMrad Mrs J R Gore have returned from Hodgensvillel Will Selecman spent that6f the week in Louisville 4 Jamie Lam ton is visiting hisj sist riuLouiviIethts week Miss Mary JGIeason yisitedin Lduisyille theflrst of the weekI j Mr and Mrs John elements SanIof i ebanon were in tow iKtI li Mrs Mary Jones off Lebanon is visiting hpr heice Miss Mary ones I Jk Miss Fannie Wail relurned Tuesday from a visit tto Luis yule n Mr and Mrs JJ W Reidel and children were in Louisville lkst week Mr and Mrs Harty Shader have moVed back to tthis place to reside J Mrsi Kate Williams with in Louisville purchasing new mllli neryMondaV 7 MrsvEansbrpugh of Hodgeivl1 yule is visiting liijdaugiiter Mrs JRGorej Mr Watben Simins and Miss Pan nie MeElrpy were in eliaI non Tuesday evening sINannle 1 Messrs Ben F and FranlvW Simnif took in tne Derby at Lou jsville Mdnday Messrs David Lifsey Gorge Robertson and Gwin Marks were in Bardstown Sunday Mr R T SpuIdingr of At anita Ga visited relatives here he tatter part of last week Mr Wood on Moss leifc Monday for Winchester to take charge of the hotel afthat place Mrs Theresa has reoI turned to ClfYd visiting relatrvesjybere and ack ville IWiHvisitLouisville tbe latter f this week Kej1i MrHoward MeAt e C- minnati has returned horn after few days visit to his auntt Mrs Johniagan 4essrsBob Noe 44wiReiciell and W F Booker ba ye r turned from Tatham wuese hey fished for a few days Misses Katharine Spalding and Mary Boldrikof L banon spent Sunday wIth 1fL a U Mrs Raplh Boldrick of this lace Holmes Cunamingsi of Lynch btfrg Va was a guest of his relatives Mrs PyV Simms and Ms IhnWathen last feek qanionhaeretitiith1 tour and are vith Mi aril Mrs Gj R rvIcI tire for thq i ollittliIMrsM W ijyatta SODt have retuincdfrom a wee- kvisjtvithher grandparents Mr and Mrs JI 13 Motch pE Bloom field Mrs J R May es and children ciunin from Frankfort t Mon day to join Mr Mayer They will go to hbusekeeping im ned iately Miss Bessie LJaclioan who has been with her siter1Mr Norman in Chattanooga Tenn several months reluned home Tuesday H dV DlayW C ll nO bioOke F RN eat arid F- Noo B were amOJ1gih browf which took in the urliyIarbd SfturdayMr John Y Mayes land littfe soti G run d1 wnt to iCipn tI Monday MtMayesj willre place hia stock of undertakers supplies destroyed by the recent flrej 1r Jol HS Rising inspector o f theR F D mail service was here on Monday and was welll pleased with the condition of the rural mail service out of Spring field Open ForBsiness jThej tfacturv ing Co has reorganized and has opened again for business Mr I 1t Charles Logsdonx will have charge of the management off the affairs of the nc rn fort e present Workmen have been secured and the company Js prepared to do all fcincls ofrepair work patronage of the public iis res eQtfully solicitedi atfd satisfac tion guaranteed BLUE GRASS MtFGCO f NOTICE Tdesir tour e auwho know tfiemselyep to beflindebted to me to come nland settle at once I1 Have been Darned putt and it isi very tmpqpduit that 1 should make speedy collections of all outstanding accounts I trust my friends will be prompt in this matter WELeachmauI Notice to Tresspassers r Person are horeby notified to keep away from the water works t reservoir and therewill posi tively bno fishingallowed ex oept tq ticjtownrs Spi inflldW Light Co- tt A Card of Thanks JTo those who so nobly assisted iin savlngviny fetock 6fgopdsand the varIOusik sshbirnmQ andmytwb cthicireiii wish toI thank iriostisjncerly and assure it can was exprass appreciated more than Ihh I Sincerely v ij Katie Williams A j 1 1S I Notice 1f Having lost all of iriy accounts in the fire which destroyed my place of business I trustall per- Sons k1OWing themselyes inclebt ted to the will come forward and settle either by note or with standiormerJCo lind c1 1be found at that place Over Hagan Bros Store JoHN Y MA YES A CaroV I this method of Offer- JlWe1takSIncere tban1toJcjsc citizens who saiwilK ingly lent us helpinsr harlei i- ncrrJi 1gDuf ur stock of goods on the morning of the fire GRUNDY CVICINTIRE tfCodo DYSpepSia Cure Digests what you cat Importat to Holders of Pooled Tobacco Not miany farmers who have been rising tobacco foe the market m the years past have ever held their crops for delivery therefore a few words to those still holding their tottf bacco in barns will not come amiss In1 thfirst place the tpbacjo should jae hung very close Iin fact pressed moderatelyl together a4 ftus will prevent much loss Iin l w igtlt which happens when j often coming in and gcing out 0 Jai1first of June so as to get th e benefit of asTn ucti hot weather1 as possible thereby insurihg theI tobacco a thorough drying In sdme rayS cases it might do t01 take down earlier but it is at a great risk o the grower for if it should c warejhouse in too high case so thatf there is likly tpbe damaged to bacco af terJpr zingjtt will have je at the Owner s rick and penseThisI i extra exI means ihatltHe tobacco will to bereburig in the warehouse here and tlie warehouse company wil ndvadrnceiJ money on it until it is in conditioa to in ure keepiug iii Oue qf th6 ibest tests is thatt afCrwo or three dry still days inrthe day say Jbef ore eightfloclofctr to ce in good case i there will be eplCaretake rain case for the June sweat Follow these directions and Ket every man who knOwbOw to handle insunimer order render whata sistan e ad advice he tdn to iiis neigtfbbrs With our Cryingplant net season we will not have this trouble v Will be glad to answer all questions growers way wish toI ask in reterencp tto tins matter g Eesp 1A WAREI if oracold or cougli take Kenuadyr arative Cough SprUptIt isI btte hanany other cough remedy because rta laxativo principle assures a healthy j copious actioq of the bowels and atIthe same iU heals irritation of thy1 throat Streogttieris the bronchi tubes and allays inflamation of fdel mocuo s membrane Contaius hpriey J and tar peasan to take Ohudren like it Got tarms to the Nationa Jttre Food and prug Law S Sold by the Red Crosis Pxuff SJioY Letter List List of letter remaininjs un called for in5 the Springfield Ky F O wealt ending May 9 looihJ5 D Harnes f W Uie Boone TnVlr Rnnorlin Commercial HotelV Mrs Henry CFrey Edition Louis MrsR T Ldwndes Jr Jim Montgomery col 2 MasterMuir Penick Mark Powpl Bert Spilding Persons coaling lorthese letters will please say advertised and give date of 1st W Abaters P M jF4 When your back trchesitis almoa invariably aniedication that Some thing is wrong with your kidney weak disease kidneys frequently cause cause break down of the entir system DeWittrs Kinney and Bladder Pills ifford prompt relief fdr weak kidneys backacbe inflammat ion of the 6 adder and all unary trtonbles iScld bo the Red Crosi DHSI1 Lakes Overflows i iI i No 71 118 acres 5 miles from Sprlntlleld d room dwelling hjood repair tena t honse 7 acre tpbacco barn stok ani catcrib granary pond inbaH lot Some timber 75I- Iacres of SLe tobacco Jandt Good fenc Ptic S35 per acre 1 I Millinery BargainsI i2 idamagedi Bargain PriopsI I Ali ofmy stock will je atgre a account of lack of room an my present c EesAISe my entire stock of Skirts4nd Waists 1x d at ior t ci j Absolut Cost io make rOIJ1 for my MilIint These goods are not damiKed and are 8ARE BARGAINS Ue Need ThffHonfiy You Heef IliJSofls5s i- 5t WILLIAMS t iitu t i 0 L S I The Largest and Cleanest Stock bf rrr Dry Goods ClothIng 1 i I jTdC tS J or j Shopworn goods hereJi Everything 4 1 uptodate and a1 prices that rifl tempt Ifithe closest buyers 55I 1 Special Piices r rI oriO Days In the Clothing and Carpet Dfparfancnts Both t tbes Departments are overstockedad Weatigoing tooffer extra inducements inV dr tr irelilook ts our prices before buying We arershowing the newt 1and choicest patterns only I IREADYTO4IEARI 1 lswel stocked with aU thnew stylw iin Suits Voile Skirts Panama Skirts Light weight JacketSilk Coats Silk Petticoats Satine Pettkoats MiuKa iUnderwear SHIRTS WAISTS in both Silk and 1 1 Lingerie SIEEdIALS r t Extra good yard wide Black Taffeta Sillr 1100 only for j a few lays f Lace Curtains yds long 59c wen worth85c jLace Curtains 3f yt8 long 988 extra wide some geta 7 1 150 for 8am thing SQincb Jute Smyrna Rug L would be a bargain at 125ISatinePetticoaisr98c6itn lS5 + 80LadiesWhite Bed Quilts 75c and too extra value TJIeRobertsonOlaybronke Coni I + niCORP RATED S iT fi ioI i t tttttttttti NOTICE ifI R Having bought of C WHagan f stockof ucocrsLio IeIetC will c wtt iJ7 the business at the same stat f ke p for the trade a frahuptodate Lfsioc kof eyerythinc goodr te atF 6 COUNTY PRODUCE WANTED r Spfc1Pis f1 = 11 j A Square DeallJs My Motto l Iti i11 fIF I Bringme = J III your JJrepceot i 1 Lebanon Laundry Ask for F hrY4 MalTonic and all Jkinactf soft driaks 0 F i Call Par What Yu Want = il i Very Truly Yours =r1 w P LAWRENCE 2 v M 61ff S 4tt A Few Bargains J t 1ii i 0 5i j c Jnlccoimtt1 Y J t fIi l i I J The11re1jAft- e l a 1 selected a lot of goods slight1 damaged ott eeoni gjf V smoke and water and will llet them go at I1510I Per CeeifiediKtidKe I 35 Overcoats prio bet 9tM dI i lust price t of i 20 Regular onhalZ S5ioS2JrlU 10 SO Suits Clothes ringiigiil PB fr 1 Ito 15 to clot o4 mf 10 1fx4cntsortthedo1lar f Pairs Jgof J These are only a few itew We irits ji damaged Dry Goods ftiwl Shoe tia or Mock ailror + we will offeratspecial i t Bargns Foi Cash i Reibews wJult 1ifI1 reel slightly 11 ao iJ abig h l J fl M ttff l T T IyT t fI J T tIFLmcus Curiosity 1 I thf KnsasCity Journal III liif it i re LChapJIlanf a world ffaxom curio ty among medical j t L Tiatfii ait exhibited to the class i h r M otae Kansas Medical College fi +J rec ntly He iis a wonderful ex 2 t pleof ar tuition current i among medical doctors that the average person has a 1are sur iplusaees of brains As the reo n t4 suit of a gunshot wound receiv i ted when he was a boy ancl the VTteacupful Ail l ubteCLuent cb followed or surgical to operatonIII Quantity to more exact terms six 6uncesofbis brains removedl t whepphe waa IKirteen years old Thfr right side of his skull was t t i liemoyed and ttier injured portion r iJo ifo l lain taken out The J brain substance removed was I pjftctacally all fromxtli9 rightt hthiiereI Instead of dying as everything jndiciited he ou1dQhapiiia q lingufed betwecttlife and deatb i His head was almost frozen Iin P f an effort to keep the temper ture down Part of the rlghtl jAear was acsually frozen off ii- S nI thismanner But after spending twoyearsin bed not being abe td stand asa festilt of the injury tii i A he finally became able to get aropnd e V- rt fi J A huge scar remainsj where f the surgeon remoVfid th skull 41 t and brain from Cbapmuns- iX 4 head Tne brain substance here rEhes beneatha single thickness tofskiriatd it iis possible to ob serve the pulsation of the cere bra blood vessells by watching r fJ the bare skin wbich covers the 1tJ v unprotected brain In sleeping ji 7 fif lie leson the right siae of hlS 1r ihead it fills with blood practica ifV Jly drowning the brain He iis 1tt then completely par 1ized and c j helpless until someone turns b t him over when his brain drains and resumes its functions Chap1 i makes his living by I a traveling about and exhmiting himself 4 to medicali colleges tak iiiiupa collection at eacW place Hw is in great demand as an illustration of of th relations be tween tha hemispheres of the brain and the muscles ot the body He has exhibited him t self all o er this jcrudiry and in Enropeand Canada tp r r A jr You Dont succeed the fitst time se Heroine 4n youviI1 get inkant relief The greatest liver regulator A posative purje for constipation dyspepsi uiaMria chiils and all liver com plaints MrC of Emory Texas Wries My wife has been using vt r Heroine for herself and children for five t years it Is a euro cure for con trpatiot and malaria fever which is substantiate lby vrhat Jit has done t for iny family solby the Red Cross DrugStore t t Lebanon a Dry Town1 r t t AllI of the saloons m thiscityi i closed Tuesday at midnight and jr LeTpanonis a HdryVtownlpr tha first time in its history Very ik few ot the dealers had aniitiana1 vtity of whiskey on thennewraw went into effect and several of then had closed put completely Thrush for the article dtirlng the day just prior IILto Ry1 was unprecedented and many gallons were bought tdbe stored way for ftemergen iif i cy5 cases ManY purchase rt L quarts others bought gallons fJ while not Zew bought it by the barrel t 4rrrbeDnjority of those wh- u iwke engaged in the liquor busii 1 VC Dessbaye tiot as yet fully de ij elded iupbn their future plans i Mr John H Kearns will leave E t1f1nelonaj pro pectln flip ij o r ij trlifornia and will be gone sev t irregularities and is a safe and e for In suc I cessful use Qtover I TryAlt 1T tt OF A eral weeks He has always thought well of that State as- a ri place to reside and iit is not improbable that he will move there to make his home Messrs Ben Mattrnglyj George Alvey J B McAtee and Ed Coppage are undecided as to their pjans for the future Mr Janaes Col cher his purchased a business in Louisville arid will locate in that city Mr Tom Boon yill return t New Haven j rom andsoft drink 1APIQL be operated by Mr Jacli the building i9 I IIin by Bland ajid Alvey near 3 court hQUse Mr la Doody is undecideid He I firm of I boody and Matson i and it is probable be will to- makethis city his boweEntterpnse fDont Pay AlifflODT to be divorped from your appen dix There will be no occasion for it if you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings New Ljfe Pills Their action is so gentle that the apptndjx never has cause to mfke the least com pliunt Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 25- cJTry them f Murder Trial Continued i The case of the Corn rhon wealth agairst Jl1 ShijLp chprgpd with murder transferred the Marion circuit court wats called Monday but was continue to the ember term The defense announced ready but owing to the absence of George fore an ampbrtant wflnesssvho is said to be iu Ohio the Commonwealthl jisked a continuance Shipp is now in tlie local jail where he will remain until nexfSeptember as LO motion for Kail was made Shipp killed John Smith on Campl5ellsville about 18 months ago Jndwhen tried was sentenced to JJife im prisonm nt An the penitentiary He appealed and the court granted a new trial Enterprise BBI For WuIDhnann tiii1rou On account of its mild action and pleasant taste Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup especially rcceiumemled for woman and children If does notI nauseate or gripe Jike pills or Laxative Fruit Syrup aids ingestIon and stimu ates the lixer andbowel without ir ritating them Remember the name OKINO and refuse substitutes Sold by thecRed Cross Drug Store County Unit Law Upheld Fraakfort Ky The Court of Appeals in t o opinions in two7 eperata cases unanimously BUS J 1 tai eae Goun1y Unit bill this morning hplding itt beconstv tutional in every respect This measure was drawn by State Senator C Jim mack of Owentjor and was passed by the last Legislature aftes 0n9of the most bitter fights ofthe sessich Every effort was mtfde on the part of the liquor interests to de feat the measure both by van ous amendments and by attempts t kill it outright but these failed and the d cisionof the Court of Appeals to day is re garded as a great victory by the temperance people allover the State A number of counties have recently gone dry unde this measure and should it lhave been declared utohal l these elections would haye been void i The cases in which the oiniq- ewas rend red were those of th Board of Trustees of Newcastle vs Scott in which JudgeS Pe4 J No Operation Mrs Malinda Akers of Va writes ulnadI what doctors call prolapse and couldnt stand straight I had pain in my back and shoulders and was very irregular and profuse t Dpctors said an operation was needed but IiI fr couldnt bear the thought offthe knife After tak je5 P ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui J could walk larou d Can now do my housework and am in a splendid health i if G rdui is a pure vegetable medicInal essence adapted ocure yomens diseases It relieves excessive periodical pains regulates pleasant reliable remedy all sick women 70 years t continue Sep Appellate unconsti Basham FREE ADVICE Write us a letter describIng all your symptoms and we will send you Free se enveOpe- 5AddresivJcGdPAdvltory Department TheCf t noojaMtdlclneCoChatU nooca Tenn r i1 IAt yery ru Store in 100 BotOcl I I WINE LT jnieinbeROlhe Ul1iceI frcf- rtheTaylrto ftbestioeetstat arycat1articsDrioo gespedally CCARDUi II- 4fjJ1 o t I The Taking Cold Habit I tauJpi The old cold goes a new one quickly comes Its the story oa weak throat weak lungs a tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up thelltakingcoldhabit ft strengthens Soothes heals Ask your doctor about it The best fcindo ift testimonial Sold lot over sixty years j M br 3 C Ayor Co LoweU1staaII Also manut40turera of yersPILLS We hue no leeiteU We pnbUfb the ft rmulB of alt our jacdicinfa NtNL J KeeP the bowels regutr Pills hASt ono pill WthAxerst t i i = held the law unconstitujbonaj tf and another cage from Versailles in which the law was upheld by Judge Stout Tlie opinion in the 1I Ifromi Judge H b tmiBoth opinions were concurred in by the entire courted lJinthe Henry county case the court says th fact tkflt New- Castle voted wet previously at a time lless than three years does not affect the enforeemclit of the law New castle voted wet September 1905 The county of i Henry including New CastlE toted dry June iXlflOB The Court construes the law to refert the vote on the same territory arid holds tthat jnbr per for the fforth fifth and sith class cities tk have anadvantage of seperate units they mustfile tnelsamQcfuy 1 The second case is that of ONeal vs i WUhoit County Judge andGray County Clerk Judge Hobson writing holds that the ruling of the officials t hat the vote taken in the by which two precincts cODntyLjLLL- was afno avail to the hIUOFF expeoplef urth class city a votecouldb have been taken separately oti coshesac escouptysepeiqte units Ith j Tbourt says tl1 Xffailed ton ifand10 ttedj tKK- vo e applies to Mie county of Woodford uathe vote whi n it wentvdryiipjjHcs to byII whqIecoun tV Tfifi New Pure Food and DrniLw d Weare pleased to announce tht ioleys Honey and Tar for coughs oldB and lung troubles is not effect ed by the National Pure ood and IDrug law as it contains nO opiates orI other harmful drdgl andwerecomIII mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Sold bythe ited Oros DrUgstore i It or ladyiT21r Tmtma0to trvejOtMerchantI1e House offftOOOi capital If detTsirable the hbme may be used as headquarters Weekly salary i of 1094 00 per year and exp n If itsesin 125 Plymouth place Chicaso 111 itof Gen Castleman Offers Horse To Governmentl Washington Gen John B Castleman of Louisvillpf has written to Gen Bell Chief ofa Staff offering to 1llo n the Gov ernment one of his American saddlebred horses for the trans madebynCapt McGabp of the army on i an Arabian stallion belongingl Ito Homer Davenport of New York Gen Bell presented theI matter to the President tc day t and it is understood that he was auhorizeil to acc pt Jen- Castleiwtns offer with a view to comparing the endurance nd general efficiency fpr military pu poses of the breeds of iCorses General Castlemn ietiid lastl night that he would ontenin the contest either Clifton or Caro lIdatwo of the best known specimens of the American sad die bred horses 0 Carolina Be longs to gen Casbieman and has won many priz s and many frieuds al house shows here and in otherparts ofthecountlV She is vailedl at SoOOO Clifton belongs tpCalemanS sop David Capleraani and is lcoa splendidiow hcirse Thpy aie eight years ol land no better representatives of tie breecT could have been selerted for the c n tnt Gten Castloman is fur nkbing the e horsescn behalf of the American Siddie JHorse Breeders Association td com pete ugaijic brejafli of horses in the world recognized by the United States Got ernnTent 4 T r NELSON 1ll 1 INO 238 I I j Imported German Coach Horse III M Wabivgt 1I V vCcunty Breders Association has brought on for this season this great has proven to be a good breeder and hewill make the season of 1907 at the IIThepich ut ttry Durhani four miles eatof Slpringfleld ori the PleasantRun and Lebanon oJnsnre a Living Colt I IIf16 bands one indh higli anti weighs 1375 pounds He has good He is sure to impart strength form andsize lohis offspring 1 Germany by 0 V Altmann and was foaled in iooOe w- aS Oltmann Bros of watseka IlLandis registered lir the Ger man IMoney101I I responsible Should any occur II pElore owners and breeders are invited to call at Mr Durhams farm and see this fine horse For furthei information and lot club rates call on Richard JDjurham Pjesidenti QC G L Whartjon Sedretary L WasHngtott f Cpujity Biddersf Association P THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE CJH SYRUP or all pouchs and asslss In Colds rom the pys byctntly moving the lelS A relief whoopingrcouch for croup alnjjij 1 nearly oJl otherI pedt1y ugh4ciltes areI errnedys Laxative oey Tar e bowels contain o Opiates TheRedI I som and the I Honey Bee is 04 every bottle ENIEDYTndeKarkReidercLIt HONEY TARI I aLLC fioWITT CO CHICAGO U S Sold Red CiossDrugby toleI 1 Li oon Farm Stock Now of ul times In the year is tbu best to eradicate barn liie There art ot so man of Uitm as ar other ods of thj year aml they ite nut u active as they are a jUrypther tsu11 The fIrst stip whwtjwifi flmly urstu ji infested Is to remove them to nther iuarters Which youhljiKW are not iu fested wHit this 1ftst1 After this Is doiie bum all traHlr nud litter and iean up the stalls and yards In gen rat If the cattle are kept lu nhl1i- or sited teiir off nil Llic iutcitor boards bohlj d which the lice may bike refuge U is mnterlal Is jf but little value Is somellujes ndllsublc to buru or rfituc way destro it Poi Imps koixisetie e nnlslon Is the b6st all remedies Tl s Is made by tak ing iTJillon of waun water aim hi it iVissf Iving a ipound of html soup To thIsluhJ a gallon nt kerosene suiii irhuri mplclly tin ie liHiiedleats be pome poffpotly mix II fills emulsion Rhould W applied all nnrts of the barn or shwl even t thq lloors anti the rcllliiR Make tin Ai IlQntlon thor oiiRlu so that It vII enter jevery crack nd crevlre Done Ie ivela place un- nuchlIforll1 s0 dlng you may leave seed for another cro or the lice Ringing Hqgs Now Ms the time for the farmer to IMnj iiis hogs miles lie has theti In a fiOld which lie war s rooted up says the Kansas City S iir Kvch then It s a wise plan to JpuJ rings in their ni c8 for U ey are apt to break into meadowv and past res and In two or thtcu hours lestit j uinrjj grass tlma tljey tire worth1II i13OU sahIwould ring tny hoj but it seems so jrtiel and they d 1t Uo well after tard Remember thepoj is only foriiir4zi jtant Then It is iuJtQr tar tiiliog to differ a Httlp Unit for yoiu nopltcU 5ok to suffer a gr It leal In regard to a Ijog not doing veil after lie has a riiig InttlsnoJjt yi u are n little nilS1 rakiii He OoHnt t o well bnro it lii there root ing hog never fat ims IR111 old aijae but nevertheless trfte At least tlrh Is thy experience It nuiy be possihle tliat the ifatfening igs will not tkke on rUt 50 rUSt lust after they are tined but the gain iflerward will inorf thou liuiku up for lie1Inss Improving this Butter j t1qt JJnit jiew jind oleAft vessels In ilfllU milk ii kept OliJ vessel vjjl sbWatyiiOH Injn tip the quality of buljpi espooTnny if Ithere are crack- si1tIc1t dirt alfcrl c Do not atfeihpt tjo churn the cream before it is ripe or valt until ibJvns be cdmo too sour Uhero Isiii time to harvest butter Jus as there is time to harvest the farm crops That time Is hen the crt im asfrljMi Vnsh and scaM we vessels after the milk or ripe ereani has een removed rom Uioni Itjlg rn excellent plan to have two sots of sSQIs so that one sot can be placod oiit fn the sun whUej the other is being used There Is lug that equals sunlIght in the produc ties of good butter j fPr Even ourGrandfaThers knew what SNOWIwill do rA CONVINCING PROOF uo- f the worth of a iripdicina is the cureS it can effect Every one who has used Ballards Snow Liniment knows that it will RHEUMATISM CUTSTSPRINS STIFF JOINTS CURE BURNS NEURALGIA CWTTRACTED MIJScLES AND ALL PAINS T JUSED SNOW LINIMENTp YEARS VL Settle RiehmondrMp jwes This is to certify that I have used your Snow Einiment for ten years for rheumatism neuralgia lame back etc and in every case it has rendered immediate relief and saUsfautiou Avoid all Substitutes a Three Slzes2Sc SOcSIOO BALLARD JNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Secojid Street ST LOUIS MO t Sold and Recommended by Red Cross Drug Store GOMBERLAND TELEPH01E TELEGRAPH GO Long distance lines arid telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennesnee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with thI people of thlagreat section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason- ablei Equipments and facilities unsur passed WEII8Ii Aches asj Fcrtilier t lllan1JJih That N tIn wiit of SvtfrKl us ics rurfiiKtli ylniQt thtnc ncttfmu nu l gntuittleal lt aicwhdm surb veil NUicrljnttii tiro back Inter Slifut t h jfo iKffjoRl ta tltosnl A slis inrtkoi i vninnbjf fertiliser Q1tJ iIJt li paittcle ihaiikl ep1i waUi ItikSsotmeIZele mcnt tiwv contain ngrint rtoal of ptK It Is tlotf fttititp Io throw tin ashes 1Win tin tuanuroIigaiT ns lust as Uisy upeuniulito lit thIs way tiles arc uilsei1 with tiio iunjirro lint or1mi Jff Hhis nv HabI yfnr tl5jjoOs of JlrtJits Ixjforc till mnnurcils ovoii tip JIlIO t 1 ti ForrHalin For Grain Smut solutJouKf onphalf potnU of for iHalintti thirty ga111a4 of water isfnEeiiL Tn seed Tjaln is MIhlttttI on ffionn imiH Ihpr or I1ttarpaulin anil tltrotgitiv cJnmrCll wtththc dials tetimt It ita thpn covered for several mul cflthdr owu at otuc or nloro tonvonfiintly rtriinl off by shoveJlh iJ1 once or twIrenndsoAvn vhdh crumBtmict es uto most favorable nrualiouhl he takenttto prevcit p3 ily try anti other animate front eathifj iuiv of th6 treated l grnln t Alfalfn as aJDairy Feed For a daity iov alfalfa comes tho ttbbnl1Uetl1Jrotlnut afiunrtiy state tutu onu nero coutnlut ivs much protein as throe acres of ci vet atniiuh as nine aercM of tinioll or twelve acres of bromc grass also riurunFes the nitrogen In the s al lltto ten timoR as munch as timothy Clean the Harness Harness bh uld ahvayn where praq UfH Ube cleancil while fresh from U tmlmal wiini with Its body heat obtuin hestresimltst except on wnshlns days th HIdoeq int matter If ItI eznim Int It linist be handled uaSsa7t1 lint it Is dryand iisInT sparingly sonic pure oil toot for choice lI VYaisr For Cattle Olv flip fiows nothing Yu purbvn J9JT U4I ty slttfuld iio ver be allowed to t1rbticfmoCi a stacninut pond There uro wilunUy eWh jrornin In thp av erjis innnil to cohtaintiiate the butter no i iitJer how hard the butterirfjilcer niny sttivjL to matte aIjrst grade prod net jl cICeopinq the Milk Sweet Tender iiu coifdltlpn should anything beJnUlwl milk toprnvqatts sour Ing q ui nesf iYml cold are the only pr sdr UfN imeiqi ijJV 1 inK otnntr soak all night hr buttormUU eit tiny rjiWe t witai leriion jjuice aad puli Iiit6 fhtj ppotra the salt the Jnlco ivill hold tny sun us long ho Sunshine luSts Soak overnight hi Wear wator Hiid should a Hlgii of the cViIu remain repeat the wlole prqccisr + ANewOrWm tL i Because i14 did not xtritct mttLid noixihnnt frcm berfOCDdk I She took Scoir Emtitefcn ResultIShe gaineda round a c1ai in wht All DkuGCISTSt i IWc AND LM ESIRABl E PROPERTY FOR SALE BY i EL IDJ TAKF RealEstate and Insurance Ir ihKta c No 3 70 acres ft miles from Vri field good dwelling good tq barn plenty tobacco land goodjrater close jto school house CUd c1iurch1 Price Hr per acre l jbarnsfii ot the farm reailyforthe plow eric S60 peracre No 5 167 lcr seven miled from ashthIckorywell watered onehalf mile froi tobaccoNO9 65 acres tIne milei from Springfield 20 acres tiniberi houses one barn that will h Jia ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good tim ber plenty good tobacco land goc barn fine orcharcd gpod large dwethng WUI make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16 lOG acres 7 mileS from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair1 good stock bath 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plentyof water rice30 No 18 174 acres 10 miles frc Springfield one goi six room dwe lug on good pike 3i miles from one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings acres bottom land 60 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19 275J acres 76 acres go tiniber two story nine room dwelhlr two tobacco barns will hold 20 act tobacco two stock barns cowhouse two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds fruit large and small honse carriage hoase alloutbuildir new Price t50 No 20 250 acres nine miles Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timbers plentj of grass fine orchard JSOanracre No 21 80 acres good wire fence plenty llocust posts 4 mil s iron Springfield Price 1000I No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling goodbarig young orchard fine nplenty of water Price 15 per acre rNo23 139 acres 1 good dwelling tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mil from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 931 per acre No 24 166 acres 3 miles from Sprthfiel1omgood pike on 9 rg dwelhngv food repair 2 tobaccc barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice 1n1housegoodrepairNo 25 248 acres 2 lmiles from Springfield 8 room dwelling g od cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft un tier ipining laid in cement water In cv field all year fine set of grass acres of Corn this year No217ot acres 6 miles Springfield 7 room dwelling pam holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk hou hen house smoke house orchard well fenced9 acresbf bbttoa n land Price 1800 j No 28 160 acres 3i mljes Sr Springfield pn good road xnilefr pike plenty of tobacco land i ell fenced payments Price 30 per acre easy tNo 34 231 acres In Nelson county I1Otttown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 JoOm brick dwelling fine stock barn blat em at barn loft that will hold 20 tonsr of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 storypalnted ma chine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homesinNelsoncounty Pr 60 per cre AlUmestone land N0352 acres fine land in the edgeof Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watere Plenty of grass Cheap No 36 House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 7Ox 10 Stable coal house and cellar buggyI arid lien house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhood town 3000 No as 180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pke Farm in igfinestockwater 35 per acre ill rooIm Twctyie acres Sbeiplenty of wa er both stocl and dom est1c good fence fine tobacco froib Springfield Close churih Price 131 per ojland7Imues I Itares fo rrooM dwelling fenced anti watered good land good grass barn anti th1 outbuildinSt fine well lI yard 12750 No 41 220 acres sven miles fro Springfield eight miles frqm Leban dwellingbuiltNever falling spring in yard milk house at spring Good ortha d OISmal lfru t One ten aCT e Darn one stock barn w ill lIPlentY outbuildin Buggyh Pine tobacco land Threc81uarters from school jirid church 45 peracre easy payment i Q- n4andoilehatfoe1il oddwelling small tenant kt JCIIO barn 36x30 wellwatered oocalpeprNo 46 frSpringflelI acruofheewellwaterednefewpriceto47 ITemSpringfield tenacreetimberlaudacresNo 4i1 A Sarm clroopeW oa g pIke 8 room actobaccoJagood s103 c barn plenty water locust posts efJse cunfan uxiISpringfieldr dwelling 5 acre tobacco 1l pIttobacco land ahd Iocw pot rorchard good fence fe water c to schpcl two miles frem detperacre IBloomfieldon tobaccegyowpart JI lyroomwiltho14t1tetity1ifive 4fine orchard School f mils N waste landon lane ouP1iceNo 52 135 acres 518dwel 8 acre tobacco barn COlodcrIb19fine tobacco land Osiehalf mile Sr espike Onethird aodownyears Price J2i peracre No citproperty IIgsI icJCovmgtbn avenues imSeverirSfieidlveUelfrSpringfield tbarntobaicoplent thbesti OIIIitJO whofarmmptrkr ireSprlpgfieldi church and sciool room dweil stockPrice ba fMackvihletdwelling 8 acre tobacco Sacfine tobacco land pleittriccMt well watere i aod fepqei Prom per acre frSpringfield astobaccothouseorchard 90 trees fltfe ibteeco close to church atM cioo Fri eff30 acreper J 1lSpringfield fn wery35orcl1 rdplentyffrui plenty of i aoeaotodaccoPrice hoSpringd5 ropiEdw611iHfi S acre tobcc binew stabJ new corn crib aid t poiom t dweIlhgtobacco wateredmIl4sfrontNo 63 iSOacrwiBtNetawicsoiuity 5 room jd welling OIl keU acre tp bacco barn pleat of timber t MsMris of grassy plenty ot tcco I plenty of water Oe 9 the t- baec6farms in laOD ctlPrOper acre frIcepikef6rwdvrel11fJ Inew ord stock bars X con ri suiokebo Bd jratary Plenty f fruit SO acres of be tobacco t20 acres of timber plcatYof kx iPlettty of water Price Wvpermcrt No 65 170 te 5 mIle Ire SprIngfield oo oQd pike noder- fence S dwelling 8 acre tolmc o CIbettoolPlentyof fide tpbacco land Plenty of graM PH e 42 60 per aCre No 66 151 acres I miles fren SpriHfield 12 atie from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tt NKca v tnrsall stock eme timber 3 acres tobacco laod Good femx Alt a grass Price tag pet acre 061 aoe ares J TUttfii f1ield oo ftfpJkedweihlu To Ii good repair lOa tbacco bars good tack 1IanI sheda d all outbuijdhjfm x cr s of fine bottoaa land 7tacr of lii tobacco Ilaad SoiM tiBbcc m3 per aere r kidwelflnt pJtonrriqo 1NQ1 rlv r9ttoJaw1 p4eoty of timbet and fine tobacco llaMi r14e per acre i 1fSeoIlISbottom land well fMce L plenty Af Prlieuo per acresi- S L IniytIn ltaraconsRLia 5Sljud bi iWy iois IcMMnt uppmsLsmMtIasIsmtsel In tht eddttM VUfMl factory Ja tM SoM and Mof ttMbrf plow fe ton tiM world sed bee S e isU LcsWs1sscftyBEA l iKIiSi Its city prot itjrTrti r suos OO K telttM grandest i ik anIb OaIted nc1 mary J IIUt sand churches bSSSOSSWORLSLLDINO ex v 1RgAtSGHOoL nrflMthmscht ThOOUOH work joui1 nrrIs 1sM oIood poegIei1 e 9iedi my UuteTifl is aUUlDlte Cetelogs tree OUISVILLC KV