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IVs good to beaKVlaJD tbif weath er Bight an morn WltellVoa hear a song oplenty in the raetleotkecorniea Wk harvest shines IaeverydropodewS La the old worde rollin bapy- aeatbs livin bend 0 btael Sings songo mummer uThaUngaling1 All the country emllin Where the hoBeysacklMRwingll Atlanta Constitution tT1 ELEPHONES Lebanon has been having a hot telephone war The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co formerly the Oho Valley other wise known as the trust or th terror to small telephone com ne applied for the privilege establishing1 exchange inI Lebanon This ltSee nftonc- ight about a panic among the stockholders of the locall company just as a similar movement did with the Washingto- ucty Telephone Co here ut three yens ago A half dozen Lebanon lawyers ands couple from Springfield it seem tetodjn the fig14 v half the Lebanon company an the result vsa routing of th- emy before the town council at least although they do say at some of the citizens were iini favor of the open door policy allowing the other company to come in and operate iin cpmpe tition if it so desired The citi zens and patrons of Lebanon are gainers by the contest to some extent anyway inasmuch ns the home company agreed to reduction in rates from 200- to U50 per month and to allow without extra charge the privi ge of connection with Spring ld and other neighboring po liS 4 cf UE MAN The last issue of the Baptist Argus pu lished at Louisville contains picture of Judge W E Selcewa- this l place wbb presided a1 moderator at the recent meetin at Lebanon ot the Central Ba paperalsocproceedings of the associati written in a very pleasIpgsty by Rev G IP Hambleton 61 is place Rev Hambleton beside taking an active part in the proceedings preache4 e introductoiy sermon Tuesday evening An inteV sting event of the Associati occasion was the marriage tvyoyoung Baptist peopleoftom tMackviie Ky Mr Jeff Mat erly and Miss Sallie Shumke- ThisJ resolution was passed Unanimously by the young peo pie interested C 4 U AST WORKContractor J Sheffold isto be congratuy fated on the fast and satisfactory manner in which he is ia ing the mains for the wa works through the streets The work has progressed with ve little delay and this Week w p robablybethe last of the pi laying Thompson Lake w have the contract for building the dam and excavating forf eservoir are also making go- rogress od and have taken aivan tags of the good weather pith the work with all possible haste The machinery for the electric light plant has been ordered and nless something unforeseen happens tile wster and the ligh j rw ill be ttwiec1 n1inside of thS time promsed by the contract orsfollr months from the start 1 1grThis 18 COl apLORElHPOLKS week thej seasoar of water melineating cake walks and a railroad skur sion Beginning today for thi- threeO u4ty Colored Fair Assockfe tio1i will hold forth at the fair 0uMs and furnish entertain ci premiums to its p trons The fair advertises Jtre tattr- actionsalid a grand cake walk will be the feature on Satu day HeSIt rrto TAKE PA RiBSidsth r home people who re to part iin the dramatic entertaiur mcaOpera House there wl1I be others Miss OAllie Hll off Lebanon Miss Nellie Reedy fS Louisville will lend valuable asSistance in the entertainment The rehearsing is progressing and a good shbwic promised the IJeoploIDOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP heAthdyolowant something to relieve and cure the more severe and dan gerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you andtnOre a regular climate Yes if posai ble if not possible for you then jin either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced ehsuccess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees Gef onlybOan t and stimulates the tissues JOI destroy the geis dIsease jbut I allays inflammation causes ea Iyor e ancpectoration srearI the patient Try one bottle Recom raddrujegists in the world Fprsaleby Haydon fc Robertson hwre cT OlBtiH mt Tor Catarrh That CoBtela Mercurya as piercnry will surety destroy tim sense of smell and completely derange the throughthiiould proecrlpttODfJthe damage they will do Is ton fold to the good yoU can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufao tured by FJ Clien y tCo Toledo4 O c nta1us nomercnry Dd Is taken in t Idj the avutem In buying 1111s Catarrh Cure be sara you get the genuine It tu ct f IrhlobyIrhfree Hold by Druggists price 75c norbottleV Halls Family Pills lire the bot r CherryRay CbMissatakenplace at the home of the brides Wa1shingg atpugh noon Miss Ray is the daughter olonWellleWasbingtoncliun the first families of the State Mr Cherry js too welf known Greenoto need aQ utroduqtlon st our vneOnhighlyofr respected families of Kentucky ThConrfere nee pf the M E chUrch South a grandson of Gec gei W Cherry and a nephew of the Cherry Bros of this place Mr Cherry and Miss Ray met while the former was an em ployee and the litter a Student at Cherry Bros School some three years ago Since ihit througherSpanishAmerican warJ in this country and in Cuba re Heillen accepted a position as WarrenhoDeposit position be exheted to young couple our kind 5t Dishes hopi gtlfat lifes 1l1thdowersPark City Times The unhappy mortal whose Liver Is Ui active is miserable rlthoat appareatt e IcIntsiL CfilP GLARE He Writes of His Expert ences In His Boyhood Days In Washing ton County H trat1mreaa1ewofJudeHaPIaslou essmau who iiit conspicuous figure in National politics anti who has gained a reputation as one Qf the foremost orators and wits of the time is author of anrlicle in a recent number of a Saturday Evening Post en tttj USpellbinders and Spell binding which is of some local interest It will be remembered that the celebrated statesmen spent his boyhood in this county living it Mackville where be taught school for several years is well remembered by a good many of our older citizens He was known then as Jim Clatk the name Champ having been given to him after he became so mous In the course of the article referred to Mr Cark says MAny one seeing Mr Justicer Harlan with his silk gown on sitting in the greatest tribunal Qf the world vould scarcely be ve gazing upon his massive head and solemn countnance1 that there ever was a day when made not only the welkin but e woods ring not only lVthIji gic and eloquence but1 wit humor bantersarcasmaucIall thatKoes st iiumptruth of history I heard blOIwith my own ears in Ishams sugar grove at Mack ville Kentucky in July 1863I and if anybody doubts that MrI Justice Harlan is witty humorIoiis sarcastic that he very prince of storytellers though a spellbinder no longer theIsome ottjer convenient place d lewill discover that the Judge would have been a great s e of a ce of great lawyers and been predestined for a high career as ajjurist That same year I learned my first lesson about spellbinders nd it was this spellbinders 0 Jot always spellbind Two men iHughes Mod Mclntire were cat didates for County or PrdVate Jt j ealUcrai e aJd therefore ckyHUghes rit flamboyant Rhetoricians I ever h earda tl1 bro dshoulder Jl splendidl Keatuckian and he mYtDbovisbhear political idol He laid upon the multitude a wizards spell The crowd always yelled itsell hoarse t PAJIt1G1 tray hair 1rur J I Lookln your today Tike look your gray ItsurcIy the Ilast if you want youheedntkeep your tEl heir i week lacier you wish jTherei thintt1 guesswork ibout p j Its every time TQre s t 0 recolor to usc After using it for two C mirror t last it rav 11 sure IHIrrinQar orzhrecwceksnotlceflOwmuch youngeratAy rs Hair Vigor also curjes dandruff prevents falling off the hair makes splendId It cannot help put do these things for Its a hairfood When the hair helpbutgrow scalphealthy the disease that causes dandruff Slee atxrttte AMdranifte Wlybatrythiektklk tkm is aothtee like It tar ktir Jc XX- u at ma ynowiT N M fI wat M4a all oaSire tM tTilM VII8r tIle 4oetw abut AMrH DL J 0 ATIK UmoU MaN wben Dan was up Iwould have cheerfully bet my head on hi election if I could have foutfd a taker which luckily j could not 9 0Hia de idedly sipw coach s stpekhemedally silepced by the catcalls of the enthusiastic Hughesites but to my utter amazement and dis gust when the returns came in Mclnt re led the poll by a hand1 some majority The tortoise had d istanced the hara I was crestfallen and iin the dumps 1 went to my father a staunch ado vocate of Dan HJugbes to see iif hs con d XPlaIDItbe catastroph on any rational grounds He did rijrht off the reel ii4r Hughes1 saidi he is a fine stomp speaker and de i ded on tbat alone to winvotes viMrstum rbut he is an organizer and wnilst Hughes delightedJi t ofheatMforces hThiLt was tie first I ever heard of political organizers Carnot wascU1e organizer c victory So was Mclntire in ta small way upon a small field Mirabi o dictuI After thirty seven years I do not remember a word uttered by my oratories idol Bra Hughes in that campaign so memorable t 6 me but iI do recall this statement from the dumb and dopised Mclntire uLadiss I solicit your sup port Jtis said that the man is the head of the family If so woman is the nOck and if the neck goes right the head must go rignwhich now Appears to me have a goodly quantum of sense iii it At any rateMcIn tire managed to getthe office the chief desideratum The race between Mcmiii- r re and Hughes alluded to in the a rltseventiese of this county aid Judge Mcln tire was elected nd served sev eral years as Ois r t oft thedounty Judge Dan Hug es was a popular man in the county and rat for offic several times but was always defeated which fact was probabl accounted for as Mr Clark suggests by a lack organIzehiR 10001fieldclosing years Allen HalvcrBoni of WestiJPraipIe Wlssavspeotbe come ten miles to buy oleya Kidney Cure while J A ysHitwOUc1erofthSageHaydon f T PoveII Henning Minn Tvritcs Have used Dr M A blmmdns Liver Medicine 10 byeahhas d us man doctor Mils f would not g1t4 one package of it for a ton of Zellens lkethat I used A ewer Mill ExpIefileH Kern oves everything iin sight so do drastic mineral pills but both ape mighty dangerous No need to dynamite your body when JDr Kings New Life Pills doth wQrk so easily and per fectly dures Headache Con iti ti O ydonLarge un spots astruOni nrFy caused the extreme heat this auirimer and doctQrsdeclare prostratlons1 Jtooddbwhat oat If you havo indl Ihero or dyspepsia it will quickly re ad n permanently curei you Ray don ct jtobertson MACKyiLLEL rFrom Our Regular Correspondent Jai4sBowlesr Sons bought J a buncp ofsfiee from J S Yan key at fe420 per head Reuben Bottoms bought a bunch Df sheep from E W Steel at 47 per head The protracted meeting at the Christian cnurcli which his been in progress for the past two weeks closed tlast Wednesday evening with 12additions Ed Purr of Indianapolis Ind is visiting his parents MitWycoff sold a buh h of heifers averaging 850 pounds to W B Ratcbett at 4 cents per pound M WAJ Bottomsold his crop of tobacco of Ii ac es toWillham Coforill I ML4s May ad Julia Lear en terlained the young people hi- S i our vicinity In an elegant man ner last Friday eveniu prLeslieArnold Sbewmakeri lor 70 bfiIeepot Charlie Coylo at i3 per ad 1tIllfrl nds and relatives Married on the 5th liii Lebanon by novoJ L Graves Jeff M tberlyaI d Miss Sallie bew maker two of our most popular young people We extend our congratulations Wii Bottoms s Ida cilf toe Jake Bottoms for 20 j Will Arndld sold a calf t George Walker for2OopMiss Grace Foster of Grreeri gIIsit to relatives has returned home John Hiatt bought 30 b she wheat from Creei Hicks 60 cts perbusbel 1iDrv H VP Cox bonghb 75 bushels of wheatf rom Mat Wy 1co ff at 62 cents per bushel ofGoIitp lburPelerrt t from Matj Wycoff at 62 centS per bushel r wpr Hatchett boughjt Ja horse from Mike Barker for 540 and also one from Henry Coy Ie ft crrIiQUESTION ANSWERED Tes August jPlowel still h- O1argetsaleth of anymedicine in thia civilised world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or iKonsness Doctors were scarce and ithey seldom heard of Appendicitis NerVous Prostration or Heart Failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the syjstem1 and stop fermentation of lindlii gested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nerv vous and orgariic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and b dvith fH DiioadaChOsandew doses of GreensoDly nee AUfJDSIi Flower mOld Ori t nonoibing serious the matterwilibi you For sale by Haydojn R tobertsonLand for Sale Within six and eight iniles lroinLebanou KVM webave for sale about a thousand acres of jland as follows iI500 acres in one tract contain ing improvements with about 50c or 60 acres of creek bottom land and about 75 to 100 acres of o4t tobacco land on it 300 acres also containing som6 ottomJand and some land suitaj his for tobaccoi120 acres fair improve its a gcoorchardand good tobacco landl r This land is suitable for jorn wheat or any farm prouuct and can be boughtat low figures andp on easy term This is a fitae opportunity for anyone jwiih small capital to buy a good farm 1ApplyI H THURM Springfield Jy Or J C NORTHCRAFT Lebanon Ky WA TED ACTIVE MAN OF OCOD Character dollyer and collect in Ken lucky for old established manufacturing whofosale house 900 a year sure pay honesty more than expel Iuco roqqfrcd anYJtltyEoope Manufacturers Third flooiil334 Dearborn St Chicago LEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon 3 t t VISIJit at New Hope is a residetit of Galveston Tex She camp lo Kentucky several weeks ago1 Iher husband who is a minister of the Christian church remaining at home She has been unable to get any information from liim t since the disaster and naturaUy is yery apprehensivec vSome scoundrel with moie of theabi nal nature than his victim give a dose of poisoni to a fine coon dog belongibg to the Bus sell brothers If the Messrs Russell can gain anV information 6C the guilty party tbejf wih be extremely thankfull and itis safe to say that a muchlyide i served thrashing will be the re siltiTne resldepce of M Jofan 1fe1jjI1 t j t Id ta 4 jb9nl li1asi1 ol t11st 1kfrt J t IIEL the fNar 1Ef 2iJ 4t J1STiAYL1frT1aIlIh M1WL hEII Brewer on the Springaldpike caught firV lesjt Mondjij Tb ompt arrivarofttie fire cow monyIToom or thajgirntttidI the house was amaged alll the tu rniure ii1t1iroolIlwds burned or scorOhedbutbO loss is covered by insurance At a mass themeeting of citzeus of Bardstowri it was deci ded to have a barbecue an De se apdlected16 1neqt 11jJ ndnglcJl f erate in making The exent a atii success Following were appointed as the Marion Count 7r i Committee H P Cooper Qlem i l andBJ0tt Commissioners Sa1oTj w Poore Plaintiff 1 agaInst Eq11Ity James McMUUu C DefdJBy virtue of a judgrmenttand order sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May tierm here of 1900 in the above cauc shall 90urtHouset Ky t Mendey September JM i 15ofat 130 P ILLor thereabout being County Court dav to thehtghJ and b theatn upon a edit of 12 and 24 months ihe folk lowing described tracts of land sits atcd suphsfficientsums of money so ordered to be madesVrFirst tract bounded as folfows Be glnnlng at A stone in Mayes Creek corner to Crcoke thence down said creek as it meanders N65KW 98 N 28 W 165 N64 uw W holZ6N9Wi4SN39W8N3OphW12NS W103 8JW13 21i6r W 10 S83SV 1141 N63 W 105 B46JW 8 pores to a stone in said creek cots Incr to Funk thence N 3X S 466 16 a stone Mackville tu thrnsame e down said pike to center ofi small bridge f cornerloY CXMerritt thence up the west branch N 29 E 3JB4 N 37ji 13 195 N po binlest t dohencpgN42tbrN 70 Z1O46SS N st 4 N 61 15 N 44 B 16 poles to walnut corner to tamer thence NS- oles Ii29 I p to atone on bId road thence N 36 12 EeSJS stone in bmnchcorI et to srip fTnR ic1bra1c lirN 32 12 B 101 N 2g l2 B 105 N8 E 102 poles to atone cprner to sir- hence ucli N 76i48 to stonc on 1oug Lick Greek thence up said creek as it mean ders N 59 12 E 10 Eh3 t th194S912E 525biE 416 S 48 12 E 497 BWW 26 S 2deE 19 S 40 14 J458 5 10 J5106 tof a stone lit said creek opposite marked loW148I er same thence S 33 l2Tpbles to tHe beginning tofltaintug38l2 a resnrebr less Tract l oi Beginning Jata stone iin Mayes creek corner to ZC4 Merritt he4ce cinFueJi1CCISpeI rutwibetweettdralns corner to Funk thence down branch as itmeaijders N 294 EIS N21 E 8 N 47K E 25 NsSl E 6 N 46 388 poles bpech stump in stump i iin said branch corner to 6eo voys thence S 36 W 8 poles to stump raornerc i pole tbccnter of nngfieJd and Mackville turnpike thence Mown said inIcorner to Merrittr thence S 265 W 43 to stome in Mayes cornerto MIlvOy t enC N34Ssv 84 to thbcginnng containing 16 J acres more or less Tract No 3 Beginning at a stoaeili InJ T Leaveirsline corner to WX Merritt thence with Ieavejrs line N 52i E 21tt tiehence L 62Jo3astone in branch thence dawns me N 30 E 18 poles N ljb QU polesto 0a stone thence N 7J E 34 poles on ca south bank LOagfticki Creek theace dovn said onehalfbeech tree near a bank cornertffMclI jll dWS 291 E l1i poles to atone ttieate tf 30 W 98 to stone corner toWTo Merrittj Jr thence S 64U Z 98 poles V t the beginning containing 6 j acres more or less Said tfactiwll be offered separately and as a whole jtor so much theoVas win satisfy Ike Jhdgmenthere1nc a iiiDebtcOsts u 5675 c Total j4470oe For the purchase price thjep ircliaser or purchasers with apprbved personal f security orsuret1esuust execute bond bearin1 al interest trom date cr eisaIentIIand effect oT a Judgmeat with lilen to reserved nth latid u tilaU said p4lr Id i4cfc9itWilldiWith thesetexnin5pr McVcc p1l Freq1lntProtractedC B6t1tbs cci Las itlamictlon of the Bowels Itomedyia Dr M A Uimm ot UyerMedlclnei tIat lTott e rader f liIolt 50- re dramaticf display rbnhf Orsettjanship could biB snaIned- n i that whkli tookonthe JaJSatur1afJli etlSt thf dava o chiy tirj had been recall thw Ki ktH od was still in Flpw uxl nhred bl1ded pirate rcpye4 the tfeiep ce Riit uffer 4unaanrards ed eD fas teryelled icwfer fer ired uiq ro 13rrceIy thai didb4 lime BObScounty on tfcg occiilx aodai the tint art place OurtMud Bad Bob had lsttjtonSl tarn tbelueB i heaogla the folio byLnbabitsut latdri ofrtf loaded upVhimi lf6 Ui gun after ijhich he tle m4oded bLs l84nll keeper drew his ronIYftIatold him he could g t bpy out the end of that Tte liWiy Jaianaln Bad BOIrre lifc trusty awedn prUtss4sd to show his MountauMtt accom hmnts Witk a 11aCQ niiuacbe Indian he rodii iitto Main 5 eet at Po arth streej and then with more yells and dj wlnc hla fire side companion aitd1 ODae ho vrwiaaqeesero He Pass444snlike the ri Jft going at raileA per hQur hrioft was aft the flight of wbtJije thout was aJ apparation Bad Rob rode on the citizensm linwbt1TaW g their cbildreBand nieeiBjirin ors A member of the Sentinel cesoughtrofugehi44 a triand watched him in Hit transit astward poihtpg till pistol at If bevy of scbpol girls gr81taking their datlywalk Jie dis ratpBmits He has be located a ra nts for his arre3tarJ e hands of the officers cargiag- m wit carrying coneeaiei a- adly weapon drunk find dir orderly coMuct r ppiiitiic iaded weappi at another per nttpistol withiBilM city liaiiit sod breach of the peice 1M will be arrested wad the wmrraiits severally cts arb JBdlcatkof 1rfioaioat bell Ukel 4do ti iItrr several iiionthsS t w tfare worM at th bends ol tb 41ltraJlll1ntOtI edShlb1reIlUaeJ lrlvHavI04C pLH position OJ ItAGroceryti sire to saill pd IIIIJo190acrwijat a bata iii Wash ingloia ckyJ1Ci 2JDif fPwr1rvJne arson Curtslirp Reaa op ably well itnprore4 welt watered and well leaped Avy pne desriDr to psrsaan cCerpllsvi1lo Desirealso JrOpertyJensonton wellIng storeLeae 1reJscalesj TkeMaeayi W Was graiidly sbio Ipy Mr- ahDbw1in ofBstsr f jin thrw years slituftlUi iHtl a aligasut itoaach ftoubfctH Ji used distressiBK iiUcks of nausea aBdlndjgsrfi AUTWt dies failed to relterfr her oftU it 8hatrld Electricl Biieri Alter i peLsiowtanythig Itia uulyrIsun- ic t for ble irtcIeaIa1Sined iin weili bdI t roeger since irneg I4dge- siod Q dt Ut4iIUIyi dn Obertsoxug sti izi-t Your f 310 5Ptk EI 1fO S w tOflCithtottt i w THE ISSEWSLHADER 1 I lIKE XaSWDER t F WTTIUIT3IOS- XIt IOO A Y1AR I- NSPIaGNaLD ADVANOK t x t L AyIKN Jr i L4 JWl- llay rrrltlJ trsPutL MiisaaMJewN6M ltcteM1I etiW et AfrMirtiiag toaefcs ee e1ibtI lIPlitdsss rieBwDtWlRJI OMMrtr Mtii li 1 Oj atyQt6ew SM 1l1 th 10W TNUMDAY DRIO 1HO TI trwl Qf Jim Howard ckLrd wi LIt te murder of Wil I ItIlIIGoebel is in pircfrressOaV Prwikfort The attorneys for tbt Co oAwealth hve rested their case Jft r the introduction of forty iritnessw The proS qe dints brought out damaging evidence against Howard The plan of the defense it is said J will be to attempt to establish an alibVand Howard will be the first ivitneaii introduced Fonrteeuwit- Taisset testified Tuesday monk them lfH Culton and Wharton 6 G6lde the latter giving some ew evidence of a mysterious weting ia W S Taylors pril urataTfS1 Taylor and Charlea Etl- Nason were present The day wtLs emUrtMd by occasional tIf4 bewaaitks opposing at torneyi cldncone of which Judge Cantrill entered a fine of at t5 against ilr Owens l A GIGANTIC striKe of coilt niiMnis on from 100000 to ft still8J000m0n being outs The H MtuaUbn s serious and trouble is feared before a settlement Isfx reached N1tt CaUrrbViHlckly yield to treat Itt isSI yagreeably Ltiialuelf I Iswhibptwcd Hwwbnne should sot be dl1J specificPrlcn laSdlsapdiwirsThuThMs lil Wrrt Street New York b APLE HjIL iFrosj Our Regular CorreepoBdeat Oo TuesdiT evening we met TtHir old friend T J Trent who c has recently returned from an Xteut trip through Kansas Oklahoaa and Texas He was Tery much impressed with theI Wautv and natural resources of Oklahoma gSf Oklahoma if a new country ltdj remarkably well develope- dtw5 coataiiiDg quarter sec tioefe silt at prices ranging fromt two to five thousand dollars JmproTed laads desirablv loca littlablieaperConsiderable interest is mani festedia educational work their jschoo1 honsee are elegant struc tures and have the very latest quipaenwThy have ani eight jBonth term in the public schopls Miss Ethel Hendricks formirly of Tatham Springs Who taught the public school at j IWt Ziom fAt year is now teichr lug itie public schools of Oklahoma at a nandsome salary t Mr sad Mrs John Hardesty Mrs Lev Williams Mr G WrrSayder Mrs Martha Snyder ArnoldlpentW i t1 milYOflF1rJohQ HouteklM hare goae to Millers Iwrg toatbad school Vt P M Grigsby has gone K Li vilie to cdisult a sur JfeQsi witli a view of havinganl nb performed 00 his frtk Mry BdMsn GrJgsby- Jfe W Bf Btuwell has return 4 from Farro4ib rg- Mief slre e and Willis Daw twa of OhapJia were here Saidsy to ai MHba aid rLu1i t Satrdayhtnoan Mr OsMsA li Wijwhc HM iMett nniiml to his Wlor 1Yalwnk typboMfever it npfe much tvprprei ItiV HelrUOoaeodolpbrscG I wite of MHJODD lH7f We visitingfii IrLend 4zp1ataye bore M- S7 TPiA- geaIePnparationroeAs simaating iteFoodandHegii t g AeSkttachs arslBowels of IMS HIIDK1N PromotcThgestlonCerMl5eand13tCofita1nsne1Ur OMVIi norweraL NOTNAftCOTICpekcldy ness and Loss OF SLEEP lacSuwte Signature of NEW YORK yOSS Jjt I MS EXACT COPY OF WHAFKRS Cpkendolpher was reared here i going westwhen quite aypnng pan he located in Montana and there accumulated quite a for une When the business boom n Montana began to subside he disposed of his business interest C nd accepted a position to travel for a largo firm of Chica go He is ndwdoing a prosper of pousi A lawn fete was given Satur day night on the beautiful lawn the Huston place Excellent music was furnished by the fol lowing persons who composed RheDuncan J M Williams Richard oho Misses Kate Huston and Lulie Cokendolpher Refresh ments were served the proceeds rom which go to buy mapszI harts and globes for the Science Hill school A large croidat teided and fun and mirth pre alled until a late hour Miss Jennie Redding who is eacbin school lop Mt Zion pent Saturday and Sunday at- Mr home near Pleasant Grove Quite a number of our people church at Chaplin Sunday Rev C H Neal pre ch RWl mwn oUt morning and evening ser vices At the morning services his subject was Sinless Relig ion at nighlt Baptism Rev Neal presented masterly argnj ments in support of his position on both df these points Al though a young man he is one Of the strongest doctrinal preachers we have overheard Hon W P Neikirk of Spring eld passed through here Satur ay evening en route to s meI point beyond Chaplin where ho was to speatc on the issues gf the day and organize a McKinley club Allor the tobacco has been housed some of it is curing nicely and some of it is not doing so well Corn cutting this week lsenigaging the attention ofr the far l mers corn is very heavy this season Mss Ada Snyder of Chaplin is visiting Miss Eliza Reddf ks j Miss Nora Bonta spen1astp week with her aunt Rinasan Russell t Mr Will Nichols of Nelson county was here llast week buy jicig horses for the southern market Miss Mattie Moore is very Bick Mr W S Y Goodlet of Springfield has r movedbs family to his farm near the Har desty schoolhouse Mr WE Houtcbensthe welt known horseman of Chaplin has 11L11 some fancy horses Houtchensi Bros have some very fine horses on band now- MnHansoB Tales and family r1frisadsWilHsburg t i Mr Sam Tingle has sold bis property situated on theLittle Beech to Mr Kirk Ofaeatham loiS sir hundred dollars Mr A L Baxter of Sinai was here on businesTuesday Squire Nim rod Hendien of jWiliisburg was here Monday Mr Wm Grigsby and wife and Mto Saute Macsal were 11 CASTORII ForInfant ad OhildrenJ The Kind You Have lwaYBouGhtI VtiD Signathrof oU j T jj- InI Use Fur Over Thirty Year- sCASTORJA P4CtORCIf John Grigsbya near Litse Monday S H Bishop bas gone to Ju h napj1is this week to buy goods t 1IChamberlain Coufth Remedy aaGreat Favorite Tho soothing and healing this remedy its pleasant propertiEsL rompt and permaucntcures have rajade ta great favorite with people ey ry yvberei It is especially prized by moth e1 ot small children for coMa croup E and whooping cough as it aly y8j of of fords quick relief and ns It contains tto opium o other harmful drnx Itmaybe given as confidently th a bahy as tqan to For sale by Hrtvdon Robertson druggists C CASTORIAI For Infants ani Ohildrex Tli KInd YBI Hari Always Bought earathe h8gnatureof lacttcr From Campbells villc Campbellsville Sept 18 1900 DEAROLt NJJWSLEADER w This is a quiet littlevillage of fifteen or shrtgenhundred in habiJtants good kindhearted psdpie Men of means are as so ciable and kitd here or even more so than thosfe without money All seem to be onno equality Tn+ tick crop isfaiHi P to be immense this season espet aily in the woods so 1 hear men say I have been luck since 1 have been here asI have vetljImost all the rigs of iWO gj d studies all the week and thin ot Sunday the young men turnout for drives to Dripping Springs New Market Cane Valley and other points A large crowd of young girls and boys running auywhere in numbers from 20 to 80 go ou one night in each week for a hay ride t Last week there were 32 in the jcrowd on a largo hay frame driylug a team of sljw mules Circuit court justjcloletl hfere last Saturday su fur the past two weeks the boys around torn have been very scarce on acou t of the Graud Jury 1 suppose One colored girl was sin t 101the pen for one yoarfof giyinfc car bplic acid to ahoy after which he died The Dr Shields case from our county was continued until the January term of court astfOIltWShundred shelled oats tew crop 25uf oldl corn 55c a bashel hjiy from 25 tt 40c pferSoO flour l75s Irish potatoes Ifovsweet pota toes 50c eggs 10 dozent chickens c b6ns 6Jc butter 20c and IS For fear this wll be thrown into the waste basket 1 wll clote kIt will be on your streets next Monday and if any of my friesis in these parts wish any kIndof stock soil 1 will gladly sell it for them at the irsual price asimy license Js paid there until Fdbratiry 1901 S M CAMP BELIrI A good many consumptires would be cured and the worst CaSes comfort CYIaDdYou should do this aaa friend Hay dou Roberton I ITo Cero Constipation Treover Take fiisciieta ijmli CalU irtlc 10cor25a c Salt rttuwlmocc tojii MOORES71LLE Fro Our Kedular Cor eepo cleat B rnrJQn TSeplember 13ih to the wife5 of Floyd Gheutuam a tenpoiid girl Tobacco is all housed i Some is houseburned some is damaged otherwise while some is in good condition fA party composed of MJ Jeff Murphy of jLekiiJgtpp Mist Nancy Barlow Mr W S Good antI Mrs Lula Truax went to Tatham last Sunday Mr Elijah Smith and family of Indiana are visiting Mr Jeff Smith at this place Mr Luke Barlow purchased a tract of land containingi 50 acres more or less from Chas Rub for 400 Pos esslongivenip cember 25th 1900 MriGabe Knightly and Mr John K Moore areon a big land trade which will be madd this week Mr Moore sells his farm containing between threeaud tour hundred acres at S 750 per acre We are sorry to report that Mr Jessie Filers nblrimprovmg very fast Mr Logan Shehan is improving slowly Several more cases of typhoid foyer prevail across the river from Maud Mr Fdgar ppof Illinois is visiting Mr Joe N Bbdiue of this place Dame Rumor says we are to have another weddiag batwein now and October 18 Mr Richard Graeo and family of Fredeick tow vrsilLed friends erellast Sunday Misses Louise Settle and Della Virgin art attending school at Pro GVeenwells Bardslown s iis alsp Mr Luther Boblelt Mis Maggie Eeightlv is attend ug school at Professor Claw rds at the same town Miss Sallie Parrent of near ardstown1invisiting the family Thos Weekley at thisplace Miss Emma Wall has fetarued her home in Loutsvilie Mir Warren Jones and Miss lara Moore eloped to Jefferson villa last Monday and were mar ried The bride will be fourteen n December which was the most objection They say Geoige H Chesser ed a wreck last week near Mt Washington He lost his knee cap but the dc etor found iit in his hip pocket 1 woman and child were also buri It post 15 tofix is vehicle so b d jyi ffeaTe glad to report that our friend Geo ge IS all p Know A Mr Moore of Missouri is visiting his cousin J R Jopre4 at ibis piece 1tXflr WO CARDUlW Y WINE OF line brought petmnnont relief to a mil lion luBorinir women who were on their- waytopreumaturo groves Mr Mitchell was fast declining In health nhca Wine of Cardni perfonncda wonderful cure in tor case flhb BUffered with the agonies of falling of the womb Jenconhcua and profuse menstruation The weekly appearnnco of the menl for two months physicway Thea came tho trial of Wine ofCardnl and the ctiro ldrs Mitchells experience ought to commend Wine of Cardnl to suffering women in words of burning eloquence WIJCAUID1JIIs druggtztfornottalrc a substitute U tenderodyou MrsTOIllo Mitchell South Gaston N Ct Wine of Cartnl end Thedforts Black flrangbt bave performed a miraculous rats In had teen a greet eurocer with lUlInK of too womb end lencorrbcea end mJmenael came week for two mOnths and were very punfol Mr hue band tndnccd mo to try Wins of Cardnl and Btnclcnrauflbt and now tho Uucor rhoea ha disappeared am restored to perfect speddlredlcni LheCbaCmtWlOOia Teen I bad a runningabre on my- everal lejffor years writes Mrs Jas Forest of Chippewa Falls WJsland spent hundreds of dollars In trylpgto get It healed Tw boxes of JBanner Salvo entirely cured it Haydon Robertson jjiL Snake Story One tine moonlight evening during the patweek a party wadriv1ng over to Mt Sterling from Bethel and coming to a large pond near Judy their at liention was attracted bv the ftectledwhich IDade pleasing pectcle Looking out toward tie center of the pond there could be seen objects moving about lie the water The gentlemen thinking tsjf wer j muskrats concluded thejfwould watch the moving bodies KK KK KK K Nervo9Yleak MerTtooe- esnMofyesn d ate ana al1y eeptO 5 peve UuotIeh EARLY IcABT BXCBAWDBLOOD IitOOiattileJMarttJOtSMkS5Egeeeiergr ned stteBfl11l tired ornIarg reetleas sights cfmaageable moo4sWeak as- hairreszit antedorgans rlUatJue boe pit son ist etc7 ftWUI 7eL MENS IJ7E BLOQD i eIseioeatnlghtbSSI55I5I21dedUfeorocialhapplnes poetlivelyr Namwi Ud Wlthoiat Wrlu Ct Itt QlaysIrasoneotheaee The drains oa ray system were weakening y brain u well as my cexval and nervous eye tess For ten years T tried scores of doctors electrIc beltS aad pate tmedlc Some helped me none cured I was Idlllp is despair la fact contemplating saiclJe whes a friead M Tieed ma as a last resort to give the N w Method Treatment of Drs K AX a fair trial Without confidence I consented and la three Months I was acared ass 1 was cared Berenyearago a married tied happy I 8QdUdeli1eUowJaWa treatand owe Varlcocels EnInloas Vendsa DeMHty Seoilaal WaakaeM Gleet fitricUre Syphilis Unnataral Discharges SelfAbueiKWae7rDiseases and alljseasea of Mea aad Wometu BNONAKESUBEn WITHOUT WRITTEN COKSENT PRIVATE IJrej K1 sMsUdMeemtaODKolwme oiboxeao eavelOfes tTtrjITilff tiriflilsrtlll Qaeatioaltet aad coet of treatment PKEB IlfL KennedyJ 1 KgaWALT5TflUT K K K K K K K K K for a few moments letting out of their buggy they approached the edge of the pond and as the interest in the bodies increased there dame to the surface an ob ject which seemed larger than tbetoPIittion of the spectators Its head veiy large in size projected above the water some distant lhtibeimovingrat aswas supposed tut a huge water reptile jWhen it cam within a few feet of the gentle men it was observed that the trend of its bcdyi would measure about twelve feet Ihllength and two feet in circumference The men became frightened to some extent as itnearqd the shore ard beat a hosty retreat The snake becoming conscious of its ob servers silently to theljottom The gentlemen wept onto Mt Stealing Iand reported what they dad keen and were told by several cozens of that cit that the l snake had been seen several ttimes before It has created some interest and a party is about to be organized to search jthe pond for the purpose of securing tt for exhibition There is a subterranean passage under ttnj pike and it is sup posefto ttake up iti abode there Centy Is BIooU Deep Clean blood mtonsj a clean skin N beauty without it Casicarets Candy Cathir c cI an yo i epitsicsnrbys- tilTIn jI e azy liverand driving aizm toItakingCawarete5Bits satiric ion Kyardntced 10c25c50c Having a rime A moth r sent her small boy into the country and after a week of inxiety received this butiIforgot to irite before A fellar land Iwen outitla boat and the boattippei over and a man got me out was S3 full of water thatldidtiit kuoiwanytbog lor- a llongtim a Th0 other boy has to5i bun d often thEY find him His moth r came and cried all the time A horse kicked rne over and I ve got tlo have some Wetaretonight and I ishduld senile if jwe bullyfun I dontihliVt1omt jtama wood i hjra in my NodeorSae- By J vLti t a Watront from Ron Chas EBapjTTJ 8 Collector of 1 tcrQa1r Revenue Lou isville I 1ekyoffer for sale the real estate of Ben F Colvin near Willisburg Wash ingtoh co iinty iky cbntainipg 40 acres mote orj leskand mdjn cent to the ibnd of T K Vilsbn joh North and lVes by John TaylorIrsatisfyftaxesthe sUJIloIS n5Ej9 with fcper placetortat about 1 pmI R C SPEED Jeputy0ollector This the I9th dfot September 1900 T CONSTIPATlbN I tare goes I days si time wltkovt Tsaefit of ibe kewels sot helg able noTe tbeatzeeH Uthg koi wa tr IsXcUosa Chronlo eoattlpMlonlor levee years terrible ooadlUom Caries tku time I dli er smblnff I heard but fused sAy relief inca wsturc o until ibegnu UaagOo8CAR5TI sow have tremolo to three pstMtes as4 If I was rich I wosiS itt MMJOfor each oveeteet4- NimnsasreusL AyuixaLUuw- rIsetl 1M 1sIei oK1 CANDY CATHARTIC PlMtaat Palatable Potent Taste Do Seed Weier Sicken vreakeoorQri fiecXeiOc CURE CONSTIPATION i U1 W OHN4 Zikei I Ted W f AfrreIeat ftI SPOLIN Fic m our Regular QoireepeBdent j Mrs Ijizzie Weal lefrMoiiday Mr Indianapolisi where he will sp nd the week with her dlonI Cash and wife are spending afewdYSJri Louis yule this week S H Bishop left IMond Y for Indianapolis and will go from there Jto Chicago Mr George Tewnaey an4 ittle xdaughterf Ethel visitedr latives Washington and Spencer conn lies iaslfweek Mrs Jennie McMakih of near Taylorsville was the pleasant guest of Mrs Bayne and Arnold- last week l ITJ Trent has returned home from a trip to Oklahoma 1 Marvin Hardesty made 9 flying trip to Mackyille Sunday Miss Nettle Baker of Pleasant Grove was the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs Crow last week Hardin Case and family tire confinqd to their beds with mala rialiiever l Mr Hence Scott and wif and Miss Eliza Miss Lena ami Walter Scott spent Saturdaynind Sunday with Mrs Cojey Bridwer of Spencer county Mr hea ham bought of Mr Sam Tingle a farm for 600 Mrs Fannie and Laura Ear desLyandxsblldren Mrr SHl Bayne anaTwife and Master Jobh nie and Miss Eliza Reddix were the pleasant vtsitors at the home ofMrsrs H Bishop Saturday LETTER LIST List of letters remaining nn called for in the Springfield Ky Potaceforthe weekending September 15 4900 Sam Booker LScflBadyj James Deeming Ben Donebigh v Dave EllipjLtt I V Mrs Katie K91ty bt Mr Wesley Massie Miss Agnes McCarney Miss Made Russell E C Sweoffart 2 John HSneed When calling forthese letters please say Advertised W A WATERS P M A Perfect Uttice RomenIdeafined this bnjance as tta sound mind in a sound body A weak or sickly body tends to drag down themlndtltsown1eyi Keep theixIdy in health and the mind will take the of ifJelf The ealth of the body depsnsehmiyon two things A sound stomach aad pure Medtealmakesthe dpb0dyedepreeced wredlyMedical Discovery ibecameMadiiouCb1Ohiot1=DoctorPlercelQ4general4kbUlttI1Dd lMedlent Discovery Isix bottles on4 takingkahave not taken any nedicine of any kindand Saw aNe to arktibSrn4nEi te the stomach alter teitlBg and ray blood feedjshape Dr Tierces 100t foal Adviser paper RtltfrNion cent stans to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr- Pierce1hdfa1eNY aikafTImurmiesa remedyt that qufckly careelt Is lOne Minute cough Cure Hayden K Robertson f 9 i Spring iteaetos JS4 Every stock4n our store is filledL neweTTIbiightestr i SDecalit Mcesln iwv Jf BIkCrapph 1 IwoEth K5O L Blk Henriiettas 75c w rthJ1 J Blk Blk Novelties Lusterine 75c 65cwortfivi Worth I H f fI2 Colored Venitiaris 65b worthtP S Colored Coverts 75c WdrtHqir r1 r J Colored Cpvert 50c woith75c5S fl lJFrerlch Ghaltirs 4Gc worth 6Ee Attractions In White Goods lid lid Fiteitt- Si i i White Lace StrIpeLawns J ur- White Lace Stripe Piqu J White Organdies andIndiaLnens WhiteS1k Mulls and Persian fawnsII Colored Piquet r tr ColoredI Organdis flj rL 41 Colored Mercerized Satin es H fColored rU Special ClotMtfj i SttcIpil oDae rrlf I 1Mens Cotton Clay Worsted Suitt lf l l t l Mens Wool CJCy Worsted Suit f6 r Mens Blk Cheviot SUIt35 s fiw Mens All Wool Cheviot Suits 5 1110 Menis FancyWorstecl Suits S7t50 and np 1 u Boys Wool Clay Woriter 5 Boys BlUe or Black Cheviot Suit 3 J Childs Blue or Black Cheviot Suit L P DONTM1SSTHESESpECIALVALUESSI IiMENS FURvnSHlNGSNet th1 iiii SbirtiJ fi Collars Neckwear Suspenders GJbve Rats Ac Ioa SHOES jcollecionStf Shoe cepr sep ta the highesti deytlop 7 men s in Shoemaking tphis collection ijot only iia l4efevery sort of shoes but it insures afit for eyery rtot foot It W LL tPERe C1R aTS wdsrksiiaaMRt u 50tullOelComeIt will always lead in Igwest prices Call aid ass mv We I will treaty u well IIndve you moet I J Cullllllgharn Du iaif J 0 tasMngtonV Uegiatrll lte rJ V SPRINGFIELD t 0 y r I OPENS SEPTEMBEItSd 19O0 t t tjThoroighinstructionhigher branches Special attention giyanto our primary department the school is strictly nofrSectarian r TlMSS1S f tr For fu erparticulars ppl rep Jn cipal fl 0 B GRANT Springfield t Ky GflRTWRIGHtS CREEK- 5prom Our Special Corrcsposdect s Smith ifc Co J grist mill canghv fire and burnt up last Fnd y bIght The fire is supposedto have originated rom sparks flying fromJhesmoke stack due iugtbe day- Misses Georgiai andNora Med lev enlertaiDed aleWrot thr friends Sunday evening Miss Belle Boiitb ntert iBa a crowd of youiiRSters TuesdRT rnj ht AIlrep r anice timr Miss Belle IS a Dry nt0rUfnlti yopng llady Little Miss GisrliBSmitfi who has b en very si skforsbme IWo with typhoid fever is imprOVipg at thisiritivgo Mr JV B Cai rfco Mf s MJg OBryan and Miss Fannie OBrvan visited Mr Joseph Spalding Tuesd ly Mr J Smith andtilr Barton Mattingly Wont ioLebanon Mon day ona hunt for aeri8tmUl We wish thejj better stfdbess next time j Misses Nora ijdj Julia Smith and Miss Katie fidget visited Mr Willie Osboarne ani faBily Tuesday Mr Lee Smit and tu ally vis ltedMr Dan B unO and family Sunday Miss LUliaOrkifK entertijoei a cro dxf yo pMUirJi itslast Jt4siesdaj yeuibg All enjoyaiii tery i lueh Mr AlbfHSaitt sold a bOtH to Mr Wilt Ron ralr106 last wjwk Snccf M oyou Ah Ybu aasnmajBo isle when Wiy Cb mfcerllHa off iaH JJlwr rtoffia Roumly H tieIalt Hbbirtuftit druggists will 0ft ad y itf imi y If 11IeVHVWfterel asccie1u1resaedyi Ii Mrfw bowti- apJ and Ue oily out thed Tiftr fall It18rJ IOsent tsndielisbi- dnsaS tceToni sow Ii w Candj Cathartic ur conaypatioivtotbvcr OcZc uoca IW uggtstsfflunttunnei Had Se ftAII efgjOnce while James iiitco Bk iKIWF w 55 SeltlRgA tielllt pwhera Isp was booked toe give a reatUej a lMI mlttc ctilitd to take MB Jaf rtmover ties cRy In ackBowlpSlgtni the coinptiiucht Mi ld lU e With iriw getkwli pesM td yoa proml e thatjroa ill a6t show e ties new coqieeOsarthS iSt 1f b- Q0ballthe new sci1eeD JtM sewj- aI1 for IvesWM tbeaaJI a kadsd 1rnes 1ti any towns aW tby is variably weal BM oot itforf IbcithsM artlV fortH eort tB to rIM os 1MTevening e tert lRn btr Atkwte jCo stirutioli15 t J t itorrsMJJJtIN I OF GODLiVJgR OIL jbPlOS ufJS khould always IM kpt Iiii the hous for tiMIfwt lowtfttlilM FaT BeoMMie If any HMM lf i ItciihefamhahdwikciwsL i iili 1f thrI 1 dren are ae id k4ILa- kethm Md wa 7aBcausewihtiseimot II siisa ii Jftc this aMClflSdSbOdrW wrthem Isp ud gi iirn haf- igtL isY IriI k flabnted jeit djt in all thrort sd IiaoSts1 jit houIifI1hoW4 It K Mw 1 Ia susfl v asIwIis4erV tlHt t ct r Clees WMda Msb wiihsat it CIIOStIUCIIIII5SPSSt la YWt b S acfr Tto most dIY and fMv pills made mw l WJilii UtIle Karly RUtn is They are uaequaled for Hye shj bowlJt1nhlpsISOy tgtlp flad- BertaonI ENEWSfLEADE 7 II DRJI3URTOHJ RMSID MT DfcNTIfcT L TEETH EXIJIACTED- t t WITHOUT PAINI tc IJMeekp W PRIM0FliBtD Kt Alll Dental Work Strictly tclaM r QjS B CftSSEIjL t t YoANAposuPtUON orIICW JIOUM k 7te8P r y iCllJPJI AT JtumEKO jHUBER H H0RD DENTIST 4 O1CERIuEAr BnnDii raeL1rkeJ F IWtnfGFIBLD KT T t 4D4tJ H LAMPTON t OFFICE 1a Otttno H0U T h IDRSJJL SMOCK l J SPKIKGFIELDKY k FIOEDr Rinebartft for v mir oBoU over Peoples Deposit B3I1c OMce hourS 12 io2 ppm DR BC CRAYQROFT fr DENTJSTfr ti sydoa Barbers Fjj BPKINFFIELD KY rWvg iLAYIiROOKE I t orJelatLaWJ Of 1I 8 attetiegtha te tH 11c aot Me aM M001IBt j i O ewiUI W OXcObord rS SPRINGFIEDD KY t IW B RINEHAR- TkATTORNEYATLAW OAce over Peoples Baak KPKINOFI LD KY tonster Wagou sUIY- SE CLEMENTS H ei4qiartei at OotteRs Uader taking aBel IvBltvaMon I dMeteiIotIfY th pub thatl aM prepared to Jl1 of ha1Ig tSp clal aefltOa to deMvedng Yruk1l Bd mdvi cJaoueho1d geod Ta1e Xe 17 or lleave iders 2Et 8 L OL WOBKTS lentnckj Nurseries Qf D ftUville have beta trans firedne ir IibiiifUle otf Bards z4p4ke wber their iDcreMinp basiseascaa be carried on with f muck Jor aie Vacilities s 1r iofc better EyCry way All iomM mcattod iiwuld be adI LdresedtO2V 1Bo MWIERIMgr leiticky Nuraery eo Louisyille Ky 1 Lj11y Slope Narseryj Vjfe have as fine aii assoiimfent of trees ornamental and fruit shrubs for delivery this fall as can be Prices reasonable w0 v replace for two years all that lie We solicit yourOrders W Q ELLIS As- iMooresville t Ky WILLS HALL I Prop pike County Mq tV sit Ctf tic Sale At Perrjvitljl Ky oaSatut day tepMIMrtOth there will be a big cattle sate conducted by H O BoWs 4 Co About 150j beftclof feeder stocker C9iS clVt eve will be offered AI p o1H w lH aid boceee two fine jides awl toM eep The sale willJMffiV t 10 oetoeka c anaI altiiick willbetecTedto tbos whotWad- C6ptTD Eifllwh t will bethe anetkneeer It iiutIi13ieta1 pbe IoJI K4Rvtos- Il a fif lF fHItiFIKfififlfIEfiElfiEfitt iI AJ30UT TOWNQ tM MitJl II ttt IMtJIJJ ItIIJtJIJJIJJtittIIttd For achdot books and supplies go to Wood A Wirimtfs f 4 QGood clean seed wheat for Mile BC MCGILL Superior wheat drills are the bed For sale by Thompson Lake BORN On Saturday fceptetr ber 15th to the wile of John F Greene girl SohooJ books tablets box p aridtoilet articles at Wood kWimsatts Seed iye and the best seed wheat for sale by Thompson Lake We self and recommend Reads Fertilizers for fine wheatVG D ROBERTSON SON I Goto Wood Wimsatts for school books slates lunch bas kets book straps satchels etc Marks Green Co wish to sell their lumber and coal busi ness See ad in anothercolumn FOR SALE CHEAIOfle galvanized coal oil tank Capacity 110 gallonsV JTom CLSHADER eadquartejrsbooks used in the public schools op hand 1he htioise belonging to me and now occupied by Mrs Yeager is for rent Apply to JM BURTON t rSs sold his house and lot on Stnstreet to Mr Dillard Tapp Price 1100 Waltons Fertilizer for wheat It has ben tried and found suitable for this soil Thompson t Lake Have it for sale in any quantity I There will be a special excur sion to Mammoth Cave from here on Wednesday September 2 tb Only 640 round trip in cluding admission to cave The ladies of the Chi istian Church will serve adinneron county court day in October at some convenient place to be an flounced laterV co1I11tyiat Tatham Springs on September 29th An enteresting program has been arranged lor the xocca onIHon Willard Mitchell imo crat will address the citizens of Washington county at the Court House Springfield on next Mon dy which will be county court day TheVCour1er3onrnalpub1isbes- Ue names of the following from this county who were married in Jeffersonvilie Monday Warren Jones and Olevena Moore Geo Best and Grace Cocanougher Hon CL Edwards Republican Elector from the Stateat Large is announced to speak at Willisburg Friday September 28th at 730 p m and at Spring field September 29th at 2 p m I desire to announce to my friends and customers that I will open my millinery establish ment on October 1st when I hope to see all of my old patrons and friends I will this season make a specialty of pattern hats and everyweek Dominic an old colored res ident of High street was tried before Judge Litsey yesterday on the charge of killing his neighbors stock Last Friday- it seems Dominic got on the war path and tot and killed two hogs belonging to JohnSiippers Spalding his nearest neighbor Dominic claimed that the hogs had been annoying hirajby getting into his yard and garden lIrE Aud and Miss Lizzie Janes of Washington county but who has ben visiting here for several weeks went to Louisville last Wednesday and were married Mr Aud was forrnerly emploed at The Record office They will remain in LouiSville t for a short while when they will go to Bowling Green where Mr Aud has mployment in the RecordpMrt John 0 Burns of th Chaplin Beig bprhood paid the ICxw LcADKji office a call Mon dy and ddf1a hw name t3 our ImbflcritioB list Mr Burns VV has recently sold his farm con sistiig of 135 acres to John D- and Sam Fields prIce 15 per acre Mr Burns will move ip shortlybegin largel1I wish to sin my farm of 413 acres located three milts from pikeWIllSellable price andon reasonable terms For further particulars call on Gr C WHARTON OJ O CABRON The fine Kurtzman piano which was kindly loaned to the ladies prt Presbyterian church Byj the Smith Nixon Co of Louisville to be used at the r6 cent Miss Hicks entertainment has been purchased by Father Hennessy of this place Mr Matt Hall the clevragent of tho Smith Nixon Co was here several days recently and has succeeded in interesting quite a number of Springfield people in their piapos and more sales are expected to follow Mr and Mrs R E C Lawson rejurned home Tuesday and Rev Lawson will hold services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday as usu IThey have been at Bethel Taylor county to attend Presbytery and also the centennial celebrAtion of the Bethel church Mr Lawson re ports a good attendance and an interesting time at the ceJ bra tion Among the ministers was one WhO had been pastor of the church 56 years ago Mr Law I cL1iJlfilS Yen daj meeting at the church which was very successful and resulted in good fotthe congregation Railroad Accident A bad accident occurred on the railroad at Croaks Station on Tuesday The local traln from Louisville to Springfield it seems had put off a car loaded with coal slack at WoodIan tp be used by the sectionhands on the track rafter the tram hid side LVron the section moo took charge of tIe car and began to move itI along down the track The car started down the grade which at that point begins and before the men realized it the car got beyond control To add to the difficulty it was soon found thatt the brake was useless and the car started on a mad race down the grade following the train Two of the men Joe Williams and Adam Clark sUyedonthe i run away car tryin in vain to work the brake iher flew down l the grade and as they were crossing the brc ge discovered to their terror that the train was Ptanding jjUat ahead on the track at Croaks Williams macE a jump although the car was going probably at the rate off forty miles an hour He struck the ground and rolled and rolled and when picked up later was a mass of bruises and scratches Clark stuck to the car and when iit dashed into the rear of the train he was thrown violently off but fortunately escaped se rious injuryThe coach and baggage car of the train were derailed The injured men were brought on to SprlD Bed Williams had a brokeq nose and innumerable scratches and bruises Clark was slightly hurt about 3DgersIwebadly shaken up by the collision Mrs Dorsey a lady passenger from here was badly shocked Mr A C McElroy of this place was a passenger but he was not hurtV Administrators Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Mary A Powell deceased are hereby notified to present the same tp me properly proven and the same will he settled Persons indebted to the restate are also notified to come forwardSnd settle S G MAYES Administrator vNoticeAH persons owing bacttl taxes tome and deputies are hereby notified that if the sane Ware not settled by Monday September 24 that their property will be advertised and sold HlB POWELL Sheriff WO Mothers eadprae it children like It old folks use itOrie KlQpte Cotigk Cure ItVIWiU qalckly care jail throat t sad lung trouble To keep you +keap welL seep tk t Nerves cain the body raddy kBd wdl ted wIth DrM AlaDCI BiJlUBOuLivrMed1J ciiergulatethe Somi hAD4b9 w U H AiI f NEVER BETTERI Vowing tp our greatly increased tra4 it has been necessary tor us to Vincrease our stockand we wereV NEVER BETTER prepared to serve our customers than at presentV IN DRESS GOODS j We are showing TJenetians Camels Hair Poplins VandVeffects Our line of OUTINGS is strictly tipto Date IN UNDERWEAR WE LEAD fIVOur Furnishing Goods stock is OK YctiVcant afford to buy without seeing our liiie ofV VJJ MENS and OYSSUITS and OVERCOATS I We have the RTG LT THINGS cheap COME III wfe will price th 3m to you And last hut not least we want to cajll your attention tqour superior lines SHOES L I FORMEM WOMEN AND CHILDREN Yours TrulyI li ORUNDY CMiYBROOKE CO t snLSO l tIt JlJ week AH iV McOho d is in CincinnjiUto buygoodsV Miss Delia Campbell is visiting Miss Susie Mopte at Bardstown Leacbmanccornpanfedby MlfB Margie Warlord of Columbia t is a guest of Miss Rose Cleaver Mr and Mrs T S Moyes were in Loalflvilla the first of the week Mr and Mrs I Hf Tbtirman were in u1sv1fle the first of the week Mrs JO McElroy and Miss Dollle Green went to Louisville Wednesday Willie Waters tOn of Postmaster Waters is quite sick of typhoid fever Mr W S T Goodjet and family have jhoved bacK to his farmnear Polinto live Mr NF Hardin of Boyle county visited relatives at this place the first Ofthe5weekV- A big crowd of Springfield folks went to Louisville to take in the carnival this week Misses Lizzie Waters and Lnoy Selecman left Tuesday for Oxford Ohio to attendsobo- olMiaftellle Reedy of Louisville rand AlUejaill of Lebanon are visit ing Miss Battle Robertson Tq make fine wheat crops use Reads Alkaline bone thD ROBERTSON SON fIof Ice TpbaccQ Growers I wish tq inform the shippers and growers of tobacco ot Washington Nelson Marion and Boyle counties that I have made an arraugement with the Buck ner Tobacco Warehouse Co of Louisville Ky to solicit con- Signmentsi of tobacco to thorn and will be prepared 10 make reasonable advances and furnish casks eta to parties wjbo desire them to ship tobacco to the Louis Vi 1arketancf I will make it a point to call and see as many of the shippers and farmersas I possibly can between now rand the time of shipping and I would like for all ofjlniy friends who have tobaccor hat they will likely p izeto remember me when they get ready to Ship My Post Office address for the present will be Polin or Spring repreIsent is an Independent House iand own their own warehouse property and have been engaged in the Warehouse business lor 80 years and will assUre all who may tsbip to them courteous treatment and prompt and beet eorts tQ get thetn good prices for their tobacco GOODLETTI Neat For the Kewcls No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you wilt never get well until your bovvelmcro put nght CASCAftETS help nature cuie you without a gripe or or paIn produce easy natural move monts cost you just 10 ctnta to start getting your health back CASOARETS CandyQatkartic thogenulne put up lw Metal boxes every tablet hall O C C stamped on Ito Beware of Imitattoos Keep the lrt ek and bowel In good co dttlori the fr e bf 4ofDrMA8liniQn- Uyet pWicma LV MUD nrSpodalCnd0fl Tx regular correspondent from this place has been somewhat de inquetit in his task of newsgatheringi we will attempt to furnisi a few items of news for publi jationl Othejrwise some not npto date people might con RIIVanreality tits Ispne of the most wideawapce alV enterprising sections of the county Mr George Dnganiand family of Harrodabjargj have been visi ting friends and relatives at this place and in the adjoining county of NelsonSMr Jese Pie who has been seriously ill of tpoiai ffevjer for some time past is now improving and his many frIendS hope to his speedy recovery Miss Matte Andrews has returned to her hOme here after pieasaht visit tofripodfratSiiup ShebytvilleMr j have been called tot the bedside of their brother lAndy Lynch of Pleasant Run who has been very sick tot some tlneVSeveral of oiir people have txcurlsIthe carnival Among these are Misses Katie and Roxie Wake field Miss Lydia Huston B F Settle and otberVPat Whelan end Robert Camp bell of Sprlpgfield wire here SundayVMrs Robert campbell after spending several days with her parents here bas returned to your town accompanied by her sister Miss Bertha SettleV Mr Jas Royalty and daughter Miss Dora spent Saturday and Sunday in jthe vicinity of their former hom nearT blow Mr James Carey and family were the guests of friends at Tatham Springs snnday- Mrk Brpner Cartiey and family have been visitingtnear Fairfield and TaloisvilleMr Carney is looking around withVVIdVW to locating but we think he can do no better than to remain with us- seemsthatit out little town is to have a boom in building Dr Shehans new residence will add much to the appearance of the village when it is completed The proprietors of the mill have decided to put iih rollers for custom grinding besides making other improvemenfs in their es tablishment With a new blacksmith shop and iteto be built later on Q rcto9fo shows the signs Qf business prosperity SJGNA To eaVwiUf appetite Digeet with Cpor fort arid Sleep wtth Tranquility take a dose of Dr M tSlmmbiLivei Hedlclne pccaalonallyV Cuts sad Bruises Qalekly Heale Chamberlalaa Pain 3sil ap Med to a cut brulM bern scold or like Injury Kill Instantly aUay tbe ptinaai WIItk the pen la teas MM sheaLU7 etker twat wit U1JM the B8ry U very atT itlt will sot leave a tear pain bate ale cures wwMd10IViZn ii aoo Druggist h tGo Business For Sale ker toett1e up a partner ship the firm- CoVhsvicg of Marks dissolved the lumber planing mill and coal business Will be offered for sale ThE entire stock of dressed and rough Lumber aIr the ma chinery of the pill and everything pertaining to the business will be sold This is a fine open lug for the right parties This is the only planing mill and l bar yard In the town and good money can be made out of it Iif properly managed Possession can be given at once For fur ther particulars call on or ad dress Jtfl MARKS GREEN Co Springfield Ky j FOrSisLC1Vop Traded two No 1 Birdsell flhvei Hullers hive been rUflVtWO seat sons One No 8 Champion Rock Crusher oe Pony Saw Iill Breanan fe Co j make good as new one 12VILP HuD trac tion engine five VyeaV014 in perfect orderV J VDEBAUMI Perry ville Ky REPORT OF TIlE CORDIIIOH QP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SPRINGFIELD gyV At Springfield in the Rtate of KeatLcky at the close of business September 5 1900 o177VaE1IO cEIL ttUIOMJiOrerdrafU S fiondsto cure circulation 6000009 U 8BoBds on haudV bOO Premiums on U S Bonds 109000 Stocks securities etc 789008 n1d g house Furaitura IzV 700000DeCTeAgentSle 1 S8 Dee from approTnd reserve agtQta 398917 iBterBalraTeaMBtamM 16500 Notes of other NaUoBal Banks 86800 Fractional paper correacy niCkeli andeentaV- S4S LJkimri ICexxr KMMTX nc yl- ilSpecie1184285 j Legalteadeg notes aa5000- M0928Sj Redemption find wlthU SIreasVnnir5 percent of circulation 258000 TotalV236o91J 5 0000BurplnsUndivided profits less expenses 621393NationalDue to other National Banks 63403 Due to State Bank and Rankers 84865 individual Deposits subject to 10398101Time t 11mUlLfablUtlesoherstated SOTM Total t taag081Sg W4ZRnEOTONI AC McElroy Cashier of the above named k1do solemnly swear that the above statement U true to tkV beet olJq knowledge and belief A d McXLOYCaskIei- Babscribed and sworn to lelbrt Be tkle UthdayofSspteHJberlOOO 3 JA BoctyABf N p W 4t1 Ky Atteet C VBJLflSEYVVJOHN W LEWIS tDreMers FOAilELiJV- WANTED several Trwetwortfcr PeJ BluIIHIbUMtloe It la mainly pAc work eoAduHed 1ati I envelope Herbert L HeM frest MpartOMBt M Chioato 4M4 Ts 3s WI s t 111i GreatPeasue1iThkgi ii ENOMOUSI i ftt f rfII AD BEUT- IFULIRLL3TQI I 1 J IJ Broad Gloth Outings Fit cyfttJ 1 L1 H HosieryTh Vi I Newest thinks fb Waists Ia Silks Flannels Cloths O 1ff r Evry Shade it fee our cAVLLV t f PERCALES CALIOS I And GINGHAMSI 3V H ButterwicIcPatters can now be found 1 I OIlIacrs i IIJ- NOYMA tI M M t Jo 4ES JOHN A MUM SJ ilildertakers tofc Dealers p Carry a full line of fine Furniture Bedroom tSuits fine Eockirig Chair Carpetst and Picture Frames T t JOB Undertaking Department Ij t Is complete in evejfy detail JyCoffins Caskets and Burial Robes always on hand Calls F Ff answerproniptiy Main t Bprinafleld 1g We Lead Tie Procession1 Lto 4 With Buggies Fheatonsi Sttr reys and Driving Wagons whichrr you win find stii011ytofcHdta and uptodate Wea w rVhouse full of Vehicles from v hich one may alaelection to suit JB taste arid pocketbook IVI c iAitf We aLsol haiidJe the Old gikoryagOD one ofj the b st m the world 1 McCQRMIC MACHINES 1 Plows and aI11thofFarrnngithp1ernentsl i 7 t1 FEED A P ciri FOR QR4IN SEEJSS oi 1 if l c JI r L 4 t ljZ i 9S THOMPSOS rmPRINGFI i iVcTVV BARbSTH COiDgCATlONAi- QIC J BFERDSTO1N KY f Spie 4MIye iiilpfedxBortfliMrfc ol Good corps of tcaehar tl94O date workfcSotJe in Art W uic LiteiaryAcadenk b d Colter Cetm Xloo km BiWHie ad1oral t JeyfcrtnietiU Coofera the u2 Ltixnrj degree Price ModeraU lC1I oIopens aeJ v 32o flJG r r Washniton letter cf I Wmbl o hpA 11 lO Bow tbs owiias o nt 61 P M M d kw is pipreMe i4ssg OhMtr tfl PaIR Jc the iwssi oeidrii ot ttrit Obi tW ijoG The piosia Gf tI oeruiiiit ocilLy ade ibis wMk IBM that UHu 0i jr likf iii aeoctaUqt wish Pit Cliiaff Sc authored io 1Ia h tbe powers1i iis qpf ser froM b M totlaMrQMMI tf mftor te ftta beftifWIkledIl tV BB OIIiyUtti our troopc 1MIwitlfJ pdI lUde to illiattwith tf rooPa were PItth AlDericalt kops wotMaio b withdrawn iiJMjb that this goTernment baa laformattoa whish hac nol M maifl MIbUCt coacernlng a cibMf OMta Otithapart 0 K U about witWrawiBg its koopi If ot the official state- moir hard to qiar f with eMit otk r But Li Smg Qhaa- gte MM Credited witb bkguu piki BuMiaa ooutr ladl Jie prob bay kiiw what he wee doing proit ctkMi BlxrwdBjea are regularly on th tp iatbis canpatgli TfeTat Is thertres1women whcj r tecoiiwt ity the political coaiMittce OB the same basis as IM MlC spellbinders and dteJ MMk lorth8flfiipeak There bdoabtleeaotb tr women speak 1M Workmg waVer local corniit t Oftbeseix two r J E1W Foster and Miss Helen Yartek 13oeWelI+are speaking fer MeKiQlejr And four=Mrs AUY Digjs Mf s Ellen Lease 4 Uiec I ffeeapd JIII Eva Mc Donpld Va1for Bryan The great demand foi the women stumpers comes from Colorado 0IdOho Utah and Wyoming al- ij oujeh jt isby tio means con INd to statesthas0 A incioeat sma 1iJifiSi 6talke of in diplomatic circles as indicating a desire on the part of the German Emperor 10 show hit friendliness towards UM Uait d Slatet Three ASI iauit Naval constructors W Gras Brse E F Eggert i J I Powell who have been pur teuitig a special course of study M it e great sh pyards of Glas gow BcotUnd have been on the peeiar and urgent invitation ofr th JfiBjperor oidered to Berlin- iustructtOnfWaouiirseoi in ad Traaeed avul architecture In accordaicel with an opinion pt tbe Attorney General holding that all of the card chain scheme now being widely ad 1ertised we violotions of Ui atiUlottery law the Post Office Department has directed post 1II islerl 4o notify i1Ipp3ote- rlx l conductors of such schemes to discoDtinue them or take the coisequenbes of being officially r proceeded sgaiosi A just Ce the Supreme CJourt 2ofthe District of polumbiahad a a utIle pnzzle presented to him ibis wk inIvrig the status of a clliieb of Porto Rico A Porto Rtcanwho iis a student in Wash itftpo applied to the clerk of thtiourttQ receive his declara arl HelI wy who claimedi that no papers tfeTe Bw 8irj JJiat the treaty of Par made all citizana of Porto RUip ciiiMu f the Udlt dlStates Tclejk declfned to try to solve the Itta1Jtllttthat the safest way was for t Pork icll1to forswear beI ience to Porto Rico and take the oath of allegienceto jthe United States His lawyer Ob Seated claiming tbatif be lor Sirs altegience to Porto Rico J dt3tatJoJustlcecededtbo point made and then iB5trwted the Applicant for citjiaejwhip tbforswSarallegience to 8Kin orsany crown or potentate and directed that lie be given his papery This ruling practically 1ll that Porto Kicansareno S ctiZ Hot the United States It f Eoi surprising that l wye S lookiKforfd with Interes ttbe deelaiQQ pf the Uaited ttea IIKMM Colrttbt will B ttJitlMi OoMtitutional status of Porte The court will be asked to4ir the cue inrolvinp thUqiij ioaiQoa after it n ets exLMt tta M ar11qe Mtdff U looked for But IMM Wtt fc I there M poliUee In the t IIi be d eWni iriU be banded dowy faiip fU PIlectoll ii Odr Jh HeMakftti Labor otp e4pMr j6f New York WY ii ibt JtII 1t hl WH f T i 4MtisI kl ri ir which is devcjting u st tiitrk 0 tt4and heir rJ iiiSbasr io llabor He sid rof present eoMfeoea Ths cit danger ia IUM pceeeat liidcrftrial situa ikiie that the saocec or trusts ia leading business enterprises rltl J adtb the popular belief tb4Ct tbe concentration of all fctteinaesi enterprises ander one geeeral maaageeent is a good tAlag aid tbaVtbus the drift toward statftsoctHs mi ht be hacteaed 4Mr McMakin said thW while favoring arbitration industrial disputehIs expe litfiotf IB Keif Y4rthad not grea4ly iimpressed Dim with the vilie of State arbitration boards that board hawing darlag the 1st year only aetted 46 out of t comei4Powoteotw oBctetooltresemWihgmnsh rfpiM bay ea M l frequent deaths this year Be sure to see only the gonulno Observe Use same card wb n you ask for EtoWitts YQll Haz l Halve There arIpbteoouaounterfeltB PeWittTo is the onh origlrlBl Witch Hazel Saly tlsasafe aad ctii cure for piles and al t till dzseeeaBaydon ct Robertson liair 1eIWeiid In Darkacss M to the iasee of their m health Ifi they would start to treat their with FoteyV Kidney Cure t neysI eee of body and mind JMaebe and rbeumatio palm diacpfar Haydon Robertsoni News Notes At Osgpod Jnd a negro jockeyj was wrapped in a blanket slid placed ou a tin roof where tolreducethe sweating process This fail iing he was buried ifa a manure pile pp to his neck and came out at the desired light weigha iin twelve hours time One day last week Mr TilfordI Jones of tho Red House Ilocality came in from his work and tool bis team from the wagon allow ihit them as usual to go to the stable alone As soon as they were turned Joose they started to run andYrn their ejnjt jeirtran over eesT f1lheand before they could be gotten off bne of the tRam bad been stupg so badly that it died in a short while Tbe other one Vas also stung and it was thought Iit tiwould tie Mr Jones in at Itempliug to rescue his team we painfully stung about tbe lace j and hands Sweet music RichmondRegisterI IUreach the highest standard of excellence baa always been the aim in tbe manufac 00171UleifeeStegerfactories thoroughly equipped Iiei711olargest fa the west latendlag porchasei iwlll find H profit abeto write for full descriptive catalogue which will be mailed free upon appllca tioa SIBOBB lr Go Established 1879 Chicago m aptf Ulcers open oi obstinate B6res scalds and piles quIckly ured by Ban ner Salve the most healing medicine In the world Hayxjon Robertson orW Him Chief if Police Ptjnnj oJ Junction Oiy is on the lookout for a smooth individual who is defrauding people of BvmpalheV iic natures The rascal travels under the names of 8ujiih Jones and Moore Qe poses as ah in valid bolscring up he claim with a haciir g cough loiug to a houst to aSKs for food and shelter Sand then sneaks away from the piemiseswith anything of slue that he c n straf Con sid rnble cash a number cf Avatcbes and Dom o les jjjewel ry havu hen stol nby the renew Hu rains ttspci l delight iu Ictithzi1toadJuien He i about live f ott tctf inchtsi alt ordghialpOiu 13 pounds is thIracpMdrshail tYrin at oncei Ian1clUe Auvocaie Kodol Oyspepsiia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlficlally digests tle food and aids Nature iu strengthening and reconstructing tbe exhausted dlgestlve or guns It is the latest discovered digest antand tonic No other preparation can approach it io emclency It In permanentlycuresDyspe5sia Flatjiencc Sour Stomach Nausea- 1ckIreadacheGastrhlglCrampSaflU all otherrMnltxnf iinrcrfectdfrestlbn- Pftparei by E C DtWluaC CtcoflO rOOD k W T1fD ktt Accidents Several accidents and a shoot ing affray pcuurred during the fair On Wednesday J S Wal act nflgro jjockey Frank sus tafned what at first were considt red seious injuries He rwas iding Loretta in a hurdle race Ihen the mare struck her truce u ns t a hurdle and thre v Ier ricer over her head In enGe onng to tegain her foonng vI hoof struck the negro on the haa cutting a r considerable badlY1wr8nch JillliJill Oh Thursday one of Jjjplins colored jockeys while riding inI tbslhree quarter milerrce DarI ro wlf escaped being filled Tbe horse yho was riding ran up an embankment and felt throwing the jjockey as iin thna first fn stance over its head j By some medns the jockef clasped bis arms about the ho9cjs vneckl Tlfeanimal iastantlv regained 3 its feetand started around the track at full specdrrrlinaing probably 300 yards beforje it icould bo topped AU the time the negro was hapgTagstVthetHprS necff a sttbe spectators thought by tiis feet The highest excite iment prevailed as everyone expect d that tbe negros brairOs would be dashed outagainst the ground Wea the Hprse was finally stopped however iti was l J noIt f nDJ iin a diffiouliv on the outside of tbe Fairgrounds and for a time titt leaked as if some QUO would be killed Yewell drew a revolv r land tired for times et Audersoi mpliImeet by hurling a few stones at Yewell Peace was at length restored when It was found tbat no one was hurt which was some what remarkable as there were number of bystanders congre gated on the sceneiof the afiray No arrests were made Bards town Observer AgoniesIEared Dent hs Only a roaring fi re enabled J M Garrett son SajrAfitoLioT Ptoliedown when attack 3d by Asthma from which he suf for years He writes his miserywas often tioIgreat thatits- eemed he endured the agonies ol death rbut Dr KingVNew Die coyerv for Consumption wholly curedbinii This marvelous med ctneIs the only known cure for Asthma as well as Consumption Coughs and Colds and all throat Chest and Lung troubles Price TrialIsons drugstore To prevent consum itlon quickly cure jhroatj and lung troubles with One Min uto Cough Cum Hay don Roberts n ISck Itbbone of may Ivps Dr M A Simmon LlverMeulclno curef and prevents this annoying complaint I Aj4 ii1e1zw11iIot oebe1TayIor eontet 0 muatrA- fo JIiSAVE be fc lit T Ieel f Set Spooa isilt 14 IIHer quad o5aw ouad a-gUiine50BuMfe IT Sugar ui best quality Stamp BoxIteTlljg lD1eri6cl atblade r 4I4 i iII8 i GeHM WICd1IiJ oW T tobacco Market D The week has been one of in acliyjty in the tobacco market li anyuro we bave ieiort the market lless active ihauTth or we hopeii ersjIIwella5 the Independent facto ries bidders Offer iings the breaks this week amounted t6 2516 bogheads sales 2218 hogsheads of wbich 1045 were Burley and t466hdgsheadsDarkf jbabco A hogshead qtJfoqd leaf here mid there made its appearanc- ebutasi rule the offerings were composqd br lpgrades com mon leafand trashes predomi nating for which prices ruled nearer outside figures 4nd were out of proportion what ruled a short while since reviews ago Ijj was a t rarity that a audIunder valuation yet have pot been 4s heavy as expected which indicates holders are up against reports from the country that will not down and man to the good tobacco at v0ry reasonable prides rToe only thing that duiturbedthe serenity of things during the week was frequent reports from various sections that owing to tne crowded conditions of the barns and the weather jthe crop was becoming badly But this wasnotenough to make any change in the rketiLouisville Weed FolcjH Kldhey Cure isa pByexdediclne and contahjjsLin concentrated fornTT rem res recog nlzed by the most skillful of the medi cal profession as the most effective agents tar the cure of kidney and bladder diseases Haydon Robort son The proRreNiive nations of tho world onsnmll1JnltlonsGood If you cannot digest all yon1 oat you nocd Koilol Dyspepsia Cure Itjdlgests what you You need uotd14 your burr it contains all of the dlgestnnts combitied with the best known tonics and recsnstrncUves It willoyti digest nil ilnssesjof foods in a bottle oilier preparation will do thls It instantly treliovos nnd quicRlv ciires nil stouvneli roubles IJnj lo Robertson Dont troSpt Smoke Tour lw quit tobacco cushy ainl forever onlnff ITo 1ull llfo berre and vigor take No To thattnnlcM xrca lemon Kipnff All We or II Cure guaran teed Joe and RimpJo free AdclrcsJ otcrllnB 1teuadj Co Chicago prNow Yerfc r 1 iMUST PUBLISHED ItI t 6 0 cube guAt 0 a rollflal l bUr ibt ceitiry w wtsosswue ad aryct1sradat Br IbE HUGHES F SCILLEFEK S mnd L WILLIAMS 0 0 0 One Urge Octavo volume Over 100 o XUu tr Uon Cloth Extr 175 0 By tail Postage Paid onBcccpt ot e Price 4 work Is the production of three I IThis newspaper men who have their labor in an un manner giving a fun vivid iej esississ and truthful account of the most Sremarkable campaign that ever took S IncidentSandSeth be used aa a book jof reference for years to como jj XlnUClaMAffe Watsdor Unoccupied Territory Addre pTHE ROBERT GURKE COMPANY PUBUSHERS Vot 81 3S aad 85 pat poartk Street CiacIaKst1 Okie sien issIh YOUR STARrurrTAGS If 4tag IirW lag presents mentioned below and may assorted Everyman W wOman and child can find something on the list that they would Jfllket have and can have fEE tW 1I6S 8co1lfK Kat Fork84 get on rupepiMaea51temeW srreecb5riirwoO4Ppe Pa Sae W ki ktbtqa Ptate I ft ukep1ad Bille 5m31AisualMloaieaqsa1lcytO5 1fIII = Jkoaed itlU if to pewtobaccofWhlC1 indifferent on hogsheads to ice1P rejections manufacturer warm houseburned Qau and tiiownnderTrorUcr druggIsts I flJIRMCIUE W Es r T aft eOiaM JIeItnI Zsyeu sad OMMBroaet 1f 64Oun case leather no Unade W EerolTer utoHtJ double action TMTI I anil= n er7bsdiomeBeailsgton kio4lSorISc1b InyMCbIterI1nlr eUTe1tul itaJ ueJeawMIr aa4 darabJeJi800 1fRiiyIauolIBoTelT 1ftachi = sl- IorlJM =ir Wit lcii11s1os4ObIsStII64- 0 ya = iac DaC56O 1f TIlE 1OYE OFFE1t EXPIRES II0YEIIIEI30THsoo 5 J1 wirtk f f sTRIXPL TOBACCO Jf will isC 1i1 and aird ere plianre thai a 1mes wsrsk iaoq w ediHav pJIEEJ TSTI T- 1f seed tatCONTINENTAL IOBACCO COLLeikjL I IoIEs 1 CUNCLLSLi These oil welcome rWlltse1lmonthsCarbuncles which art more painful and dangewns bai neckeatingrekardedbysonuipeoplethe mi4taken idea thattheir health is being l1edefit that their blood is too thick + cnce undeny and thisNature 8 plan of thinnIngt The blood is not too ri oltoo thick but is diseaed7 fBl1 ay it unless telieveci the entire will suffer ofJioii system The b4lIor carbuncle gives warning of ouslntemattoubIewblth axe only waiting for a favorable op ttunity to deeop Many an oldsore tuafIIgUlcereven cacer Is the result 01 a neglecteaioL DanI roucause these paitiful disfigurinij diseases Boils S S S cures boils and 1 rbuncles easily Carland permanently by reinforsg purifyt gandf nOesl wastesnatHyorStrLM Caw nt1dherhwb u ctdirectljonthe1loodandall isoftlDomatteri1P1irc bow deepseatedcire medicincitbietotaCim beagUllabJctrlcoralffi1 fifty jhaS all kind or reJIIry blutSIy beencuring and skin rI ir aCdiCSi1 has DunncthesanmtryounoUzlqgf jx8 I was per ij trivjtheded ry 6 8 and 4fterI procs dDpetitel digestion upour s SacTeralboU1eswacnUrclytlln geterat hth7and keeps your blood inrnrder lave tpertsnphad haVC made bUSod sad skin 4is studywrite them fully aboutyour case and any information adviCe w edwill be cheerfully given We make 6 charge whatever for this seuvice Sndo4onrt book pn BlOOd And Skin Diseascifree Address The Swift SPllclOc AtlQr1aQ To J iiLny GEODENNYtj J EDGEtWHP PABRIBH President Vic P e8ment nd Treas A countant LEXINGTON INVESTMENT COi LEBANON JBRANCH A ADDAMS Manager j OUR GROWTH I Il Paid CerUttE1tejJolders SSopebber 1 8M t 631 60 u MalIn 7 000uv SEW DISTRIBUTION OF THE LEBAR05 BRANCH APRIL 26 1800 J AmtPdbn Amt CoupdnW Recd 80 2 40 H RNesbitt Jl20- 3 60 W P MyersvlL JjJZ 00 600 R TE delen z 2 00 600 Tohn Rubcl 200 600 Mrs Jessie VanMeter 80I 240 W WRubel f 2 00 6QO Mrs Katherine Rub l 801 2048 W W Litsey 2 00 J 00 CM Faulkner 200 600 J C CarrolC 80 240 WHPurdy 40 120 W T Conway 160 4 80 CRCaskcy 1 20 360 Roy E Smith4I 1 2t Cecelia Ha court J u 1 40120JOB W Irvine 2 00 600 J G 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Mattie R Rnott 2 20 3 60 J M Knott 4 J2oo JF Harcourt J 200 6 IdaB Faulkner 200t 60S Jane Addairis4 40 i R L Gre neFranlfort 2 00 6 JJane Buchanan Crrb Or chard KyM 200 600 Brrch Buchanan Crabv Orchard Ky lSo 24 0 J W Mills 120 3- 6JMRains200 0 6 H Murray Z 11 200 5 R L Fjcsbitt J 2 00 60gg W THawkins 200 Mrs E D Po tjisj Lexihg ton 200 609 MrsDennyLexinjfvtpn 200 600 A Adda1 400 1 200 LhirDistrbrnitkii f1L9ai10n r i 26th1900 tS0JREdmiston ktz AmtPdon Amt 2d Coupon EeC Mrs A P Carter 2 00 600 Charles Pattison 5e 400 12OO 001JA Addams Jr mm 40 100 B J Lancaster Jr200 60a Harry Ltncinte5 400 HP Cooper 400 1ZO 0 James Bell 2 00 620 100Spaldmg iBeUg i 20iil Lexington Ky 8 2420 Hush Brown 4l 1260 i V AmtPdon 1st Coupon Rec- e d chardKyL 60 11 180tWSt 801Edmu1 Springfield Ky 150 4 50 J J McCabe Springfield 10 Mr T S Mayes Springfield 1 4 50 Mary E Hewitt Stan iordi Ky 30 90 L W Cpakley Greens Io 145QDickj JAVTwyman 30c 1SO gtMisiMrs Maria Hardestyi150 f4 0 Mrs tiC Shuck1S0450Mattie A JohnstouL 1 60 450 Mrs J AniiPooLL 3fJt 00 tnThe Lexinglon Investment Company docs business on a life iin jrancebas si ny revrsngthe plan Hive Insurance Cojupaiiics pay large sums to the fewQf thcirmembers jwho die 1 We pay a smaller sW to all of our mmbersas theircoupnsdie- sThe Lexington Inyestmept guarantees to pay to its members three dlIai for every one rcdeivitd from them T The Lexington luyestmeijt Co is an improvement overall other plans Of In vestment 1 Bicanse it pays mdre money r 1rcashincomecertificate is killed jl3 Because it redeems its coupons in a regular consecutive order an has no So called numeral drawings or lottery features attached to it by whicl45it is possible tc favor thef few at the expense of the many 4 Because after three years if the certificate is not killed thehlde may obtain a paid up pertigcate and cease paying on same his remaining cotj pons being redeemejl thereafter in their regular order Our strength like life insurance lies in our membership but unlike Life Xnsnrc our field of business is unlimited as everybody is eligible to mejnber hip No medical examination required T SCOTT jMAJESf I Locul Agent at Sjpringfield ABUSINESSEDUCATIOI nJr i man or young woman who would win success in liie This being conceded it tojof first Importance to get your training nt the school that stand In the very front ranfcf BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE L LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEPING experienced teachers seen one ajpeclA lice Graduates tljiscollcRrfprpforrod Sn ORT 4N D1 11Sevcniss houses Write for beautiful bOC giv TELEGRAPH froth graduatns occupying prorni rnn positions nil over the United StateSrit bi mailed to you FftEE The sebpol is ln sesslo the whole yar no vacations students din en n aiziirre SSTATEllUlllJ AGENCY j80silu6K MCELROY and GMEG WHARTON SPRItGFILD Kyo We dtaI In farms and bave listed with us a lot of good ones in Wjashlnsr ton county at prices to suit If in needof anything in our line give nra call or If you nave property for sale we mayflnd d purchaser for you PATENTS GUARANTEED Ourft Tettir orlifT7eiaiL Any one sending ste cli and description of gnr intention will promptly receive iur opithozrfree concerning the patent ability of same ffow to Obtain a Patent sent upon request Patents Moored through us advertised for salo at qur expense Patent taken Put through us receive special notice f without charge im r Tns PATEKT RKCOED an illustrated and widely circulated journal consulted by Manufactuferg and Investors li end for wuniplo copy FREE Address jirVICTOR J EVANSCOyPatent Attorneyg v Evans Building WWASHINGTON c E cm8ltcl HuMor 1 1plM pies Cured by B 3 B Bottle Fret Ip Sufferer Vocsour Ftrcssingfeel sdotC otupauyDScabs CHairEcemaC onJJSwol1llen ut1IngSoresymtom i anPoisosncured tike B B B Botanic Bipod andLcause sorest 0 heal itching of eczema to top forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet BBBlsjtlstthe rein edy you have been looking for thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readir are adviscdtottyR iris For sale by druggists at SI per larger bottle six large bottles full treatment i5 bottleTogiven away Write for it Address BLOOD BALlJ CO Atlanta Ga personjIIeniucTrFair Dates rJopkidsvUle Sept 25 frdayaf Hpnaerson S ptJ5 J6rtTiorti cstreet Fair Sqpfe2528 Horse Cave Sepf 264 days Owerito Sept 264 days JHartford Octcb r 4 3 days Cored of Clironic Dlarrkcca Alter 1Ilirry ears ol SafteriRff flir thirty years With diar- rriojv hn Jthongbt I was user helnc curedlt8a John S Halloway of French Camp lffsstuJ lied spent jwnon time aud money and puflbred much that I lied given np nil hope of re cpreryi J was sg feeble front the effect- sdlarrlieathatiof the 1 could do 00 kind bufbyjof ClatnbcrTains Colic Cuofera arid llial b Eli KoineJy and aftc talcing sev J tbntttrpuhlethat I am artxions tipit It beln reach a15wb suflan Ihaye For salob ofIfl Uuydou Hobertson brugglsts r rsTIle cm erpciscy SfB sent lytt cLnrch ockty to Ivansas soldiers In tho Eliilii plnesrconfained among the necessities bdxof DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve tho vrellknjpwn cure for piles Injuries aml skin diseases The Indies took care td obtaiu the original DeWitls Wiitcb hazel Salvp knowing that all thocoun terfeita are worthlcs lluydon tRob rtson p vr Was in f he Sfppm Mr Georg R Dayisoflhlil cpirotv has vivid recollectionsl the great tarm which swept over Galveston Texas1in 1875 He was there buying jroods whentbo storm cambup and br three davs ad nights yas hetpmeci in tbdcitv which Wa entirely cutXfffrbiUCOfocnurilca i tion with the outside world While Hbat hurricane was tat as destrupliVe of life rr v sJbu one of last Shurdait diuL reat damage to property tfud c U iied suffering iitett llasted Two huntiretanc1flftyIboe- weredestroyedbutiiiy s Lhirtei llives fere lost For months af tor the storm subsideriarg forces Of m nweioatF- rk cleafin hnIDuring thee eijivfe aridnightsr tilr DVissaysIthe wiu bJew a flu r ricaue 4hile at the s let be rain came down in torrent The waters of the Gulf of ffexico svept 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