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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l I 1r 11HL NEWSLEADER l p Aqi- t gJ I Iy t yio fll IS3 iS3Nev Series YoL XI Noi 22 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT E ENTUCKY JUNE 2 1904 v u ttIYEAB L I III ANDEMBALMERSF Go e t Cirry in tock all kinia of Faaera iwppliePHONE 53 v OUR DIRECTORY 6PRINGFraint county seat of Vaskifigton Go nty S2 miles south Last of cxittKton59 miles from branch of Lousyi1te on Bardstpwc J puis i11e and Nashville railroad in farriunf and agricuttaral district r Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yams Popuation 1100 population of county 15000 aRepresentative iu Congress Hon D IL Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Keutucky Legis lature Hon W D ClaybrookeS Represcntative in State Senate Ion Harry Lancaster Lebanon Jv County1rectory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octo b2r X E Pattest n Judge Commonwealth At I R Li Durham torney I FM Campbell Clerk M G fceachman Master Commiss loner QUARTERLV COURTD I Quarterly Court is held on the third iConday in each month 3J Lftsey Judge COUNTY qpURT County Cv trt meets on the fourth is 1 in ch mouth i BLLitseyJudgetW F Booker County Cierk T S Mayes County Attorney George Catiett Jailer V Byron Croake Sheriff RichurdIsham Sidney Os I RH b1 ofnett Depub 1tEd Masters James F Moore County Surveyor- it LI Royalty Assessor IrPOBryanepUtT I r Robert Noe Coro1ctJ M Montgomery JV W Bush Supt of Common Scboolfl PO1Sprlngfieldl I 1CITY COURT Janies R Woe Police udgeIJotin Gm Mtwhilt W F Griffsby City Attorney x JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January SIApril July and OctoberCr Church Directory r METHODIST CHURCH Rev lD Ward Pastor Services t h theTint and Third Suudays In each Sjnouth atll a m and 730 p m Sun Sunday at 10 amday School every grayer meeting every Wednesday sight CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock I m Scrvjces at St Rose same hours f T f r SCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service t second and fourth Sunday jo eachI tnonlh PRESBYtERlAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school very r Snnday at 10 am Prayer meeting everyiTbnrsdav evening at 7 ocloc J 1L fraternal Ordeas I MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge Noi SO meets second Monday in roach month Was lntonR 0 Chapter No 57 tnsia every third MondaY r5 Springfield Council No S2 meets on even tourthMonday KNIGHT of THE MACAHBES Meets trv itu t ei mi n each iron rij AMERICAH J ss- J8ILVERI kTRUSB t I pHtraU c PIP ZytLIGitTII lilpier ak- Xov3dtrMraps il ceyN SS Per sale by C J Baydon i t 11i11 DtqenUe 4Liyiag at an out of the wayr l ace tefrom civilization fcj iiiir is of ten driven to 4es t priuQ in a ease of accident aSIM1t Iin Burns Cuts Wounds 8 TTfeers el P Lay hsuppiyolI 1BacklenAtntcs beat on jkrtfi T5c fit C J Hay dons Drugstore UawinW mw A ROUIND Of TJ1Lh A n ft n njI She Has Done it Before l liReJi1rdsli And watches for the moment when J The pate unlatched shell spot And then into your garden fair Shell dodge and have A picnic tberet She calls with duckings low her broodt Of unfledged chickens spry And though they are unskilled and crudeI c They make the gravel flyaWith chirp and cheep they fluttertround And cover every inehof groudd g They do notfail to recognize Your choicest beds and plats j And thereto every chicken ieiJ And feasts on marrowfats They wallow all the onionsoutaAnd gobble up each tiny sproutpWith energy they pick and scratch And twitter as they raid And very soon that garden patch All desolate is laid eJy then that oidblackhen Eer forces marshals out agatt1nEVt1u H IeDeIIe nominate candidates for county offices has been called by the county committee for the first Saturday in August which will be the sixth of thatmonth The various candidates are getting busy in earnest as the time is not any too 10Igin which to a thorough canvass among the voters of the county Con siderable interest las been awakened amdng the candidates and some of the contests promise to grow hot forethe primary pulled off The two sheriffs are out and hard jjt work and the campaign iin tlTat race will be a heated one from startc to finish An large numberofcandidatesmve t sprung to light in the race for nomination for assessor and is likely that the field will 1 bring for h a dozen before the entries ciqse We understand the race will be conducted differently in the assessors con test than heretofore The raGet will be an open one and every will make his own fight the man receiving the highest num ber of votes and living in a cer tain end of the county yiU De nominated for assessor and the- candidate receiving the next highest number of votes and living in the opposite end of thfe county will be named as deputy Each candidate is to be voted fori atfeach voting place lo far as we hitve learned there will be walkovers for present incumbents for all of the offices except those of sheriff and assessor zItLTheCarlisle Mercury contains a long account ofI the dedication of a new Metho dist church recently erected at that place at a cost of 18000 The pastor of this church is Rev F M Hill who was born and reared in Washington county and who has many relatives ahd friends living in the Western part of the county Mr Hfllit seems has been Very successful in his work and it was largely due to his efforts that the hand some new chqrch vas built it IS EINING County Attorney I T Scott M ayes who de livered the instructions to the Grand Jury jast week jzi the ab sence of Attor ney Durham followed up that officials charge made at the last term of court and urged the Grand Jury to do their full duty in regard to small as well as larger offenses against the law He impressed upon the members of the jury their duty ingcegard to unlawful seining and trapping fish and told them that they had no right to ignore evidence pointing to violation ofr certaini laws because these lav had not been enforced in the past as they should have been It is said that the stiri which ha been made against seiners and dynamiters of sh has had some effect and thesfe violators are not so bold as formerly A great many are laboring under the impres sion that there is a new law against seining for the reason that the law had been for so long disregarded that it had be came almost a dead CT c 7IG SCHOOL Those who attended the picnic given pupils of the rcled CllP01l ast SPringfieldl could form some uu of the schooll One to jjudge 6y he h bbub and noise and the territory over which the children might11avei rtounting 4rdvaiitag of the one period ini ttheether and quiet to do the counting There were just 217 children the lunch tables and this does not represent ail of the average at the session justI assed f N astonishingly Commonwealths investigating letterI IDIP comparatively gatheredafound O DECORATION75For the 1 second time in yearstlme embers of the G A R post at as hi place allowed Decoration to pass 1it1Q ut any public to commemorate the- ccsiQn a or to decorate the grave of departed soldiers in tbe Springfield and St Rose cemetefies The ranks of the Gp R post at this place have become sadly depleted during the past few years through the death of some members and the moying away of others until it i a is 8 hard matt to get up a cele bration among t the remaining ffjffc Out in the county however the occasion wasJ duly celebrated DO rrTQDA y L The tirnewornnjunctionN- eAerput j off till tomorrow what you can do today is n w generally presented in this fQWfc ICDoit today That is the terse advice wewntto giVe you about that hacking copgh or de moralzingcold with which your have been strugglicg for several days porfyaps weeks Take somet reliable remedy for it TODAY and lettbat remedy be Dr Boa cheete German Syrup which has been in use for over thirt7fiye years A few doses of it w1ms undoubtedly relieve yoiAr cough or cOld and its con tmued use for a few days will cure you com f pletely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs German Syrup willsurely affect a curcis it has done be forein thousands of apparently hopJess cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular s ze 75c At C J Haydous drugstoreS Bees Honey and Tar is delightful remedy for coughs colds la ripDeI croup whooping cough pneumonia and consumption Made from the best clover honey anl tarry drstillations jit is mildly laxative tonic and stre lgtheninc Children like it and it cures Bet cough cure 0 J HadoJ Pharmacist i The Bes Pill Sold SForYoungorOld t Dades lttlcIiiTerPiIs MackvIIIa Johnnie Graves soMa 5yeai old combined horse to J Cj McElroy Springlleldat 145 E lt Milton bought un 8year old combined horse from Ghailio Kern Perry vi lie at 5750 WycoiT Case have bought number of llambs to be received this week atjBc alsp ewes at 8c Sic and engaged of different parties their lambs foi the July matketat 5c and 51c Mrs Sue Haydou and family who have been living in Louis v llQ for some time have moved to their property recently pur chased in Mackville J3 L Brjtton sold a nice two yearold colt to Walter Shew niaker at 100 W P Hatchett bought two aI jarold horses of Danville parties at 125 each Quite a nomber of tobacco harris will be built in this section this summer Quite a good deal of tobacco has been set out around in oui vicinity I The health and fragrance and strength ot thegreat pine forests are condensed in PJneules a new discovery put up in a new vay A cur 1 for Rritrbts disease calculus rheur matismlumbago and every form of urnjary pisturbance C J Haydon Pharmacist US NAVY L A Washington County Boy Writes Of His Experiences JOHN C THOMPSON SERVING AN ELECTRICIAN ON BOARb A U S STEAMER 2I rACIE NEW YORK NVTr May 15 3904- EbiTOR LEWSLEADERYOU- skcdthe for a few of my expe since enlisting In tbeII Sa Navy They have been rather varied band possibly of little interest but here goes r1 was in Cincinnati July 18 lastI and saw the sign Young Men Wanted for Our Navy With two or three other young fellows walked into the recruiting station where I was handed a blank application to fill out After this was stripped measured and weighed Then I was examined to my profiencv in my trade and was accepted and given a paper to sicn which proved to bejj contract between myself awl t the U S Government for my services as an electrician 3d class at 30 per month for fourtt ears Then 1 was sWorn into the service and at 12 oclock wasI given 11and told to report at the depot the next morning at 6 oclock On Sunday morning at oclock the train consisting6 three Pullmans and a DagOl1gei car pulled out from Cin9nati for Norfolk Va with 96raw re cruits aboard It was a howling mob for the first few lour but by the time we bad reavhedNor folk the next ternooijthe Boat svyain in chargp lad the party well in hand and musterefc us in the Franklin 9JL strong hav ing lost 5 enrpute The next morning Tuesday I was put to work breaking out paymasters stores from the hold of the Franklin and earning them to the Paymasters office At three oclock having finished this task I was given my outfit wbichconsisted of hag hammock Tjlankets 1 suit blue s eldthes 1 white dress and threp undress white or workingsuits a plate knife fork and spoon and two cups These are called messgeaj I wasthdn told to mark cll and send my civilian clothes home srentlltNoand then I was sent to League Island Pawherel was put to work digging well and ditching and layitg tile for two months when I was sent to the electrical school at Brocklyn N Y and in three months I finished the course there was promoted to 2d class electrician with an in crease of Il2 per moUth and afterl staying another month in the dy name room on the Hancock I was sent to the Glacier where r have stnce been The Glacier is a refrgerator ship and carries meatsand stores to the fleet We have made two successful trips since Feby 1st from New Y6rk to Guantunama Bayi Cuba The other trip we finished distributing our stores at Pensacola yJaand now we are about half unloaded and are likely to go to San Domingo or Colon Panama to finish this load We also carry PAssengers taking new men to be distributed to the fleet and short timers back to New York to be paye d off While at League Island and New- York wa had lots of drilling and lessors in physical culture be I m- AliersWhy is it that Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remark 1able things Because it is a food It feeds the hair puts new life into it The hair Hair Vigor cannot keep from growing And gradually all the dark rich color of early life comes back to gray hair When I first used Ayers flair Vigor my hair as about all gray tInul t a nice rich black and ai thick with KLOFIXXSTIEX Tutcumbla 5IJO a bottle All drucciati2 for Je TEn co Lowell Man Gray Hair sides the wOrkso also we were very busy We were trained to slfunch the bag and had bouts with gloves sotne two or three times a week Anyone could get these instructions that wisatd by simply going to the class so there was no partiality In fact that is a thing there iis little of in the navy every man is rated according to his work and behavior and is given liberties when berates them A special first class man eho0 ashore every night when we ar d class man every otlr night 01tt la third class man once in twotweeks otc We are gIventarget practice twice a week iith smalll arms and marks are given each tune cAsible 25 qualifies the marksman sSlsasharpshooteI mark at rifle practice at the New York Guards before I finished my course in the school Guantanama Bay is a land coasthofgovernment to the lied States for a coating and winterins sta tipn at the close of their wur with SpaIn to repay us for the part we took in their aId to gain their liberty There is very little here now but a surveying party is laying out quite a lot of work iyearsi around one side of the bay docks IQ be constructed and the coal ing dock which is to be similar to the one at Brooklyn where the coalJ iis dumped from the ca sii to pockets and from these right into the bunkers on the ships Quite a saving of labor indeed and one that is much appreciated as coaling ship in the old lash ioned way was much dreaded by all bands a 1 his is quite a rambling kind of letter but as iits pretty warm 115 in the dynamo room where I am trying to write I hope tube excused fur not giving a con nected story Taking it asIwhole the navy is not such a bad life We have lots of work but we have three shifts so its not too much on anyone There are occasional accidents but sel dom oue so serious as that of the Missouri recently at Pensacola Outside of the little danger we are ml see no reason why the navy should not grow wi h the needs of the country and by the showing our markgmen are making at target practice we should be able to compete on water withany country under the sun We have the entndtbema ichinery The Missouri is a floating electrical palace far tooI much for description in fa letter as short as the above mentioned heat compells me to make this With best wishes I am MostRespectfuJl- yJNOC THOMPSON US N GOOJ SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could notr remedy a baa liver or the hundredandone il effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition U you would feel buoyant happl and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful il spur pursuits Youcan put your liverin fine condition by using Greens August Flower t n u greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It hasbeen a favorite household remedy for over thirtylive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and activo and thus itisuro yoij a liberal supply of good spirits H Triall size i25c regular bottles 75c At p 1 Haydons drugstore A StroD Heart is assured by perfect digestion Indi gestion swells the stomach and puffs it up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpitation of the heart and general weakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cute cures indipeshon re lieves the stomach takes the strain off the heart and restores it to a full per formance of its function naturally Kodol increases the strength by en abling the stomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate and appropriate to the blood and tissues all of1 the food nutriment Tones the stomach and digestive organs by all lruggistsS romliOffxfARip the cgbh 4 bs11e BIG BUSINESS Done By The Continental Tobacco Corhbany At This Place t TWO A QUARTER MILLIONS Of POUNDS OF TOBACCO ANDI HERE TinS REASON t t An idea of the immense importance of the toaccointerests- in Washington county can be gained from the figures of the EusijjQSR done by the Continen l TobUc trOoj at its warehouse at this place during the handliag season gust passed rKx II M Moss the local manager oftfe anys business here rur figureSshowing From the opening of the buying season Dec3 1903 to date the Continental Co has bought from the farmers of Washington county delivered at the ware here 2250000 pounds of for which has been paid the sum of 175OOQ The total number of crops bought was 625v and prices ranged from six to twelve and a half cents perpoundI I The business of thisyear shows- a big gain over that dflast year and also over the business of the before Last year the num ofpounds handled was 1934 f 000 pounds for which was paid 120000 and in 1902 the comtt pany handled 1100000 forwhich 75000 waspaid The sum paid out to employees for handling the crop this sea son by the company was 5000 Mr Moss says that he could easily have bought 2500000 pounds of tobacco this season but he did nothave the room in which to handle it Arrange ments have beeti made with Mr ML Searcy to xrect a nqw warehouse on the lot recently boughtby him near theL N depot for use by the Continental Co This structure will be large enough to handle OODOOO lbs of tobacco in It will be 140 feet long by 60 feet wide arid two stories high and will have all of the conveniences an uptodate warehouse These figures do not represent the entire crop of tobacco grown in this county last year for it must be remembered that there were many thousands of pounds shipped Louisville Red sold on the breaks The indications nowi are that there will be one of the largest crops In the history ofr the county put out this season ana if the weatheris favorabler there will be a tremendous crop grown x torsit 01 All EiDeriencK Can anv thing be worse than to feel that every minute will be vour last Such was foe expe rzen e of Mrs S H Newscn Decatur AlaICFor three years she writes cal endured insuffer able pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death stemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies tailed At length 1 was inducedi to try Electric Bitters and the result was divaculous I improyeS at onae and now Im completely rrecovered For Liver Kidney Somach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is tbe only med icine Only 50c Its guaranteed byC J Hay iion Druggist For A HOD fatd Tears For a hundred yean or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a supe rl remedy but it remained for E C JeWitt Coof Chicago to discover how to combine the virtues of Witch Hazel with ther antiseptics in the form of a salve DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is the best salve in the world for SOres1 cuts burns bruises and piles The highstandingof this salve has given rise to counterfeits and the public is advIsed to look for the name DeWitt on thE package and accept no other Sold by all druggists i Wants i Pardon jii- At theSpt1903r term of the Marion Circuit Court George Adolphu Neilsen was convicted of arson and sentenced to serve a terra ofr 144 gears in the State penitentiaVy On May 19 1904r Circuit Clerk Tom B Spalding received a letter front Charles Earl Cufrie Royal Danish Con 1suI Louisville saying Nielsen had petitioned the Consulate to intercede in his behalf in the matter of procuring for him pardon from further service claiming the 5roJectiJDn ofthei Consulate on thV grotmdsi that he is a Danish subject hiving beeu born in the Danish Wet Indies Consul Currie explained that in taking cognizan eof Niel sens request he did not do so With any intention of ojffering an interference with the jaw or its operation but rather with a yiew to pointing put should the inves tigation enable him to 60 so any injustice or irregularity iithe cise which though nriperceived at the time may have operated as a hardship agaipst the prIson- er The Consul asks for a com plete transcript of the record ofl the indictmenrnd4iaJ- of NielsoflTand askCtr the ham9f the officers Of Court jurymen Judge as well as of the attorneys who were irii any way connected with his trial Nielsen is the party who scattered coal oil over the premises of the noted Mary Lou Spalding colored and applied the match He had alsQ given the officers considerable trouble and was considered a- very dangerousjnan His record in this town ws a noto riocs and vicious one and unless the Governor of Kentucky be lieves that all such individuals are better fitted to live ia the Danish West Indies than ill the prison walls of Prankfdrt or any other penitentiary in the United Slates there is little hope of Nielsens ever receivinjg execu tirei clemency Lebanon Eater prise Sartlll1 Endc Fresh testimony in great quan tity tis constantly coming in de claring Dr Kings NOwliscoy ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McPbarland Ben torvt U Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis far thre years and doctored all the tImE without being behefitted Then I began taking Ir Kings New Discovery and a law bottles wholly cured me Equallj effective in curing all Throat and Lung troubles Consumpti n Pneumonia and Grip Guaran teed by C J Haydon Drujgitt Trial bottles fret regular sizes 50c and 100 All Drtlwsts ask the readers of this paper ito test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cut 1Those persons who have jused it an t who have been cured by It do nott hesitate to recommend it ta eir friends Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and al stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digeStive organs to contribute tp tile blood al Of the nutriment contained in th e food kodpl Dyspepsia cqre ia pleas ant and paiat bJeSoJdby all Drug- giStS r oItNeeTkemlIThe PirievilleIndep5nderit iiil commenting on the fact thatt fifteen students of KeutuckyUni- versity will go lo the mountains this summer as missionaries un der the auspices of the American Boam of Christian Missions among other things says We dont want them doni1 need them and have no mbre use for them than for a Virginia grant We have plenty of Godfearing preachers who ezpouic1 the gospel with vigcrand persistence Ye do not want this condescend ing patronizing bunch of theo logical cub in our mountains Ocr advice isto Send them back home The strong mountain air is not healthy for such an outfit If these young nteVwilldome tp us with surveyors insjtrumenta in their bands ancl proceed to lay out railroad and highways and coal mnes they will be welcome otherwise they would better vamoose Howss Tlls9 We offer One Hundred DlIars R f wdrd for any case of Catarrh1 that cap not be cured T y Halls Catarrh Cure1 F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have k own F JCheney for the last 15 years and believe hmperfecUy honorable ia ill business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by hia firmJWIDING KitNAN MRVfN rWholesaIe Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter Iatly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the aysttM Testimonial sent free price 7forer bottle Sold by all Dcawftts Taricc Halls Family Pills fec coilsUpatiwi tlOJmtW AUd4e t tr Jf I l Tii THE OLD RELlAa- LElOY4i1 tiMllil POWDER AbsoJutyPurs- 7K IideRfleatk1 4ir f Mr and Mrs Walter JG Ltatiti man of ttbis pface received atele gram Thursday evening annbtfiici ing the sudden death in Ijduis e yUle of Mr Lefihy Mrs Leij6 p mans father The Courier j Journal l in giving an ccountoti the death 5473 John K Tjeahyt of tbeD rm of John K tabylSOOc tdealers died siiddenljfat his resii deuce In Crescent illlesterd i afternoon in his seventyipurtk year He had just ret roe home from his office iidsf Q t4 in the house for a wmommti to speak te his wife and fitmiliH and then stepped out to looirj over his grounds when he wiisi seen toistumble and fall HisJ wifeaDd daughters ran fcThinX immediately and with thi assist ance of tbe hired hands aboliV his place they carried him int j the house using what reslora ttvesthty111id and sehdingIor pbysician j r Dr Frank Kiefer used all ef forts to revive him uff ilk j Mr LeiAhydyingsboitlaftet ward Mr Leahy had been iia the coal business for twentyfivt years or more having previoasly5 t been interested in the inAhufac ture of brick Inthecorbnsb ness toe was joined Jini 1863 bjr S 8 Go bam uiderthe1 firm name of Leahy Gotham Later V r Gorham through ill health retired from the firm and Mr Scanlon then associated with Mr Leahy under the firm namt of Leahy A Scanlon Of lateVwirs Daniel Leahy has been assocUtedt with his father Under the firs present name Mr Leahy leaves a iifidpwiiMl three Qhildren Baoiel I br Mrs Mary LeahyWeiMn arid frs Walter B Leachmai of Springfield Ky fla1zHeaiIciI 4l Would quickly leave you k you used Dr Kings lew Life Pills Thousands of suffett i have proved their ttatciikwi 1r q merit for Sicki and Neryowi Headaches They make pure blood andbu11d uproar healtfei Only 25c money back if leoj cured Sold by 0 J Hiydoj Druggist f ft A AIrrlmDC Pmr1sf If you went to get Uearly zadfeelt goodalll day take a Little Earl yrRisc or two at bed time Th s fMtpH llirestllit e best pill made for coaitiJjatiqm iSck headache billlousness etc S od bj iLltdruggists EXCCUTOfS SALf U As executor of the will 6J jfII SOD reen I will ftfc hisIaik4irfi ideifceVbout urmiI sNit of- pringfi4ldl on THURSDAY JtE 9thy f at 1 oclock ttnlpIfit9ri the following property i0isd- f t horses mares and coIUrscwte nice ones 5 work mulet a1 suck hogs 8 sows and pigs Mt Vwjjii + with lambs 20 head of caUtepi a 1l1nst a1tv 1 sale SInErGREEN t til i fQl SW Campbell iuCtr t i You c 11JMtettnUes by XWra p IiCtO S2f i ijfria- icoliapsibis tjjbe rltlf eJH fea dk 19PU1se Most aee4e MnZsis iopethebainooth s cooIaaudcureL sold bv C J nayclou Phanuaclit JII NEWSLfoDIXJ- MEBD JYBftY TKUMDJLY I A YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 PHtGP1LDKY t 1L L DAVI30N Jr I tJ JaAX PtUSIU J + r tttMal r W MM MtiM 10 ceMs perk M- ert1 ntUUealttKsp HM Job1wk k is at JewratMit bt cash t to U fell wry etg eJI JUTMrMte MAUcta mUt ea liberal trimsSt4s Hi rsIe1I4tQ at reljleCt 8 taper UH 1nNM1KMIZX1I CRtT altrfu 2fO IIeera I IDIitOeu 1Ct0 THCMDAY JUNE 2 1904 We are aatlwriMd to aHBpnBce the nam oISaiQ GE 1 BARROTT candi U fm tM tfto of Sheriff I C3Ut etb ratio prty Iaetk ybr 190- 5W araUiord to announce J I OSBOURNE- as a a tM U for the Cce of SherIff t WaihiBBt e taiy If elected II B Pwwrtl JU IiMere Sam Awiewon Sscbert IMtMM will M his ItiSI7Ib3eet to UM action of i MMDMMMratie vrteary A cot 8th W are aiMnrlaii to IIOflCe 4 OftOKGE D CATL1TT at a isMs fOlrJeetloB to the JaJtor Waihtoftoa coaatf irtjut totlM aettaa oc tfce DeQ wntit rcirnvy AvffMt fUi 1904 PWe ae atkrU 4 to announce IT D CCAYBROOKE js tta ea 4Mte for fcepresaatatUe in- the ikwer fcee of tile Kentucky Leg KkWrf ftvm Washiagfton county attract to jkbe action 0f the Democratic pdicyAii eotthI904 J It M thought that a climax will aoon be reached in the war 8lt atiofi in the far east The la4t neWs dispatch is that Ad miral Togo reports that one of hi fwaboats was struck by a awflwhile making a recoInois MBC at Port Arthur and an oCcer was killed A story from ttttkcteB dojahtless referring to tbesMM affair says one Japa ae e gunboat and two torpedo k boat cbttroyers were sunk Tokio fllkpatches say the Russians veito4Dlny after the Nan Siban Ifht leaving valiable property behind Chinese rein ge f who have arrived at New Chwaog say food is scarce a6 Port Arthur that there is much r sfekaees and that conditions are J desperate The CourierJournal says that SrScott Hayes of this place will 5be ODe of the delegates to the Natioal Democratic convention Sfroa Fourth Congressional dis tiict No better selection could be joade as Mr Mayes has been Stireleoe and valuable worker ibr the party in the district xnd jIntheState11I f H WALT THE m C1pl That Knllllejt Y u ieMIa a Trcatiweml Without RlsklnJI Penny + Th ooly way to get well is to treat the w hen d digestlva system and J2j i SM4kr aataral action so that the t io iikeusi Uated Strength and iv kcaMklriUtiMB return It is on this 3 pliielJn1latli a the remsrkable 4 4 teak f rmtet food and digestion regu tOlaa fitl atd The results fol of lBwi KSu wehave been so wonderful r that WOod It Campbell the local t ayeHtg eSct aMoOllths trcatmealto r thcUia lckly aH rundown in ac cor4a 1C c with the following coupon COUPON Tutu cowpon entitIes any reader of MM N W LKADKX to have the pur eltke price ofMioBa refunded in cue it lot increase the weight iM ere vtoMack trouble We as MHMC all tie risk aWl Miona is pb- MiHtcly free nlesit gives satisfac tilo t Woo It Campbell W1AtXALZ iISX 4 Wrn iia Cda MX of Mio nal leave ftfty eiiU en deposit with Wood- I jfe CawpMft ai aa eyMehce ofg6od tkli IMf will give you thelrxlf ned rd+Ipt for tk isuaeTi antilng to te teni It at ooI Wilaotit Sy questions i JfKJ Ie M i the tkat the treatment ElM II ye ceawe fIII i Te foou4eOintMj Hri5tikzglitsdiat- aseStl ttSChd to t iI H ftfce be ifit derived I PMH t l tMes KfcUerUwre It wtII IIic t abeam a4dIibS9 even hathe Wont gjcSkrtand relief WightJ iI dui1 eared i afcuIe Wttsw krsIrwrite arI we PssVttk tadII ht jkyd4iSS witltolltrilSkf A OrtT thIee 1ottol FokaKld y v Car S tra Welt man SoW by I b iici c u News From The County I Iiiicio Rep05ted Correspondents o f Wfr Ilillsboro Mesdamel John Arcratronf James Shields and Marshal Keel ring attended the Decoration at Fatrview Friday f J Mrs Mary Thompson children and grandmother Mrs Emily Wilson spent Friday at Mr L N Reeds Mks Ethie SHields spent Sat urday niEht with Miss Myrtle Johnson at WiIlisbigS MissMi nW Nfattfngly has returned home alter visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs John Redix of Rockbridge SMrs Matt Inman and daughter spent Monday here with tier brother Mr Frank Shewmaker 2ipenaturday and Sunday with licflte fofiLaudS- everal people of tbispce attended Decoration services at Willisburg Saturday afternoon Mrs Harry Shewmaker and daughter Cora Mrs Martha Shewmaker and daughter Mar tha and Mrs Sallie Wright spent Monday with their sister Mrs Eliza Fitzgerald at Spring f l JdiMr JohnRoyaity and charm ing daughter Miss Claudie of Pleasant Hill were the guests of Larkin Deans family Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Johnnie Wall of the Grove spent Friday at this place with her mother Mrs Royalty Misses Nellie and Lucile Reetf of your town were the pleasant guests of their sister Mrs Robert Thompson near here several days lastweek Several young folks of this cpmmmnty wept to Fenwick Sunday afternoon to hear Drey Marcum preach Mr Johnnie Burkhead has moved his sawmill on the farm of Mr Ben Mclivby and is siw lug a large bill cf lumber for the sameSMrs Cora Mcllvpy and child ren spent Monday night with Mrs Mollie Noel at BrooksviUe Miss Susie Edgerton cne of HHlsboros prettiest and most popular young ladies spent last week with her many friends at Valley Hill Mrs Edd Birch is very sick at this writing I Mrs Bertha Miller spent Fri day with her grandmother Mrs Emily J Wilson near Litsey Mr Ormsby Shewmaker was at Willisburg Sunday night to see his best girt We are sOrry to learn that Mrs Tom Kelly Fenwictr is so itl biS1community who would be glad to hear of a speedy recovery Mrs Fannie Shewmakqr visited her son Uriah Shewmaker at Fen wick sevraISdays last week Mr Davis Settles and family of Texas spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives Valley Hill We will try again to have our vinll represented in the worthy columns of lthe good old NEWS LEADER Miss Susie Edgerton visited at thehopce of her aunt Mrs J L Moran last week Mr Dave Gulhrie and granddaughters Misses Mary and Hat tie Guthrie accompaniedby Mrs Mary Berry returned to their yIafter a pleasant ome of W F MoranSEdward Goatley and wife visittd relatives near Maud Sun daySEdd Kelly and Ernest Goatley were in the Maud neighborhood Sunday evening Gilbeiht Donahue was in oiiis vJlleSu daySSamuel Montgomery lanjil wife of Pleasant Grove were iin our midst Sunday Mrs Palmer Grundy and Miss Bettie Cochrane spent Tnursday with Mrs Donahue IfThe many iriends ofM rNi1 than W Janes of this place arp very to hear ofhis severe illness r41wasr41 tBAclS J2JWw- Ydidnt have their ground ready will lhave to wait for another elsCln One clubqf Johnsons Chapel of the A M E Zion church of Springfield had a festivall at the school house here on last Satur day night They report success borrowedalyoung t last week to break and we hope mis1fortuncMrs T A Grundy We met Mr Ben Jan s last smiJesbutJ sorry to hear 01 the c lScfeath of Aflr William Mock vvho had be naJrtfelong citizen of this cjyrfSy He had brother4 Mr Mat Mocll and asisterMrs Rebecca Goattey The latter resides at the bpme of her neice Mrs Dona hue at this place Mr Frank Keene and daughter of the St Rose neighborhood were in our midst Monday- It seems that there are several of our citizens who are full of avidity to have a Question and Answer column at least once every month in the NEWS LEAD ER and of course tins would be amUltijtodeofI more than please SUNO Pleasant Grove r Miss Mabel Thompson isvisit lug at he home of CaptW1I Sweeney in Lebanon this week- Miss Ola Goatley a very charm ing young lady of the Valley Hill Heighborhood visited friends here llast week Liept Dayid R Litsey who has recently been appointed by the Adj General of Kentucky to tne school at Ft Leavenworth Kan for Motional Qifardsmen is at home foraSshortf time Wp are sorry to report Pleas ant Grove very low with a severe case pf feminine gossip Mr N P Thompson and sister Miss Mamie were in Lebanon Sunday visiting their brother James who is at the McChord InfirmarySMessrs Andrew Yankey Hark Shehan and Johnnie POuR Jr visited lady friends inPoor Town SundaySMrs JS Yankey and children are visiting relatives at Freder ickstown this eik Nat Thompson has bought a new rubber tire buggy Wm Sweeney Jrof Lebanon is visiting at the home of Mrs NP Thompson Mrs B D Lake of Springfield visited her mother Mrs J W Thompson last week Miss Annie Jones was at Kirkland last week to apply for the school at that place- Mr J C Taylor jis laid up with lagrippe Dc John M Spalding of the Citywas called here Tuesday evetiingoni account of sudden relapse of one of his patients Mr Hiirve B rnett and wife of Antiocli visited the latfers par ents here Saturday and Sunday Misses Daviess and Graham VonArsdalespentTbursdayviththeir Springfield The abundance of rahr which has recently fallen has afforded an efxcelleut tobacco seascn to ihefdjmerspf this section We areglad to see itJl although the powerful sun shining against the damp ground and glancing up in our faces produces sad results sometimes The Presbylerian church of this place is soou to begin a protracted meeting which will be conducted by Rev W T Over street He will have assistance We sincerely hope that this church win regain its strength during this revivall as it is now considerably behind GOSSIP SS BlslNCOB r As it has been some time since wjo had a letler from our little yiilage we will try and come again with a few items lo the VEGETABLE SICILIAN flairRenewePerhaps you like your rfiy hair then keep it Perhip not then remember Hills Hair Renewer always restores color to j tray hair Stops falling hair lsou ttarJoTrtCJCi11 SW m newsy columns of the NE sLEVDER The farmers are all through planting com and a general com beingImade 3he moles and crows are said to be worse this year than eyer before tMrs Rad Murphy who has been very ill with intermittent fever IsjmprovilgsloWly Misses Alma Fields and Rose Filiatreau have returned home after spending a few weeks with friends and relatives in Louis Ville Messrs APtbtrrTMentor and Jj nieEdelerr have returned to rijouisville where they have 5positionsdays with their parents at this place Mr Torn Filiatreau and sister Miss Susie visited Miss Rose Filiatreau last Sunday Mr Ernest Watnen has re turned from Louisville Where he was called by the illness of his sister Mrs Gladis OBryan Scruggs vl lie The welcome rains which have fallen in the last Tew days have encouraged the farmers very much in their work and quite a great deal of tobacco has been set oufc although there is much complaint at the scarcity of plantsSMisses Nannie and Claudie Royalty were the pleasant guests of Misses Sallie JndreRand Dora Crouch one insrhtlast week The memorial services at Rock Bridge conducted by the members of the G A IL were very impressive Those who had friends and realiyes buried there spread their garlands and vines in rich profusion while the soldiers looked after each dead comrades grave and were carefull that not one grave should be slighted showing how highly they held in memory that dear departed mrade who had toiled and traveled with them through the perils ot war Mrs Foster and little grand daughter Miss Janie spent last week with friends and relatives at Willisburg Mr and MrS JGLynclof Waddy Ky visited the family of Mr and Mrs H T Scruggs and Mr and Mrs W M Baker the first ot the weekt Mrs W S Brawley who has been quite sick is able to be out again J The Saints began a series of meetings in their new house of worship at this place Saturday These meptings aYe conducted by the ReV FtizwaiersS1 Mr Gfo Yocum better known as Unclej George who is living with his tons Messrs S E and Edward Yocum of Mooresville is visiting friends and relatives here this week t Mr Tom Colvio and wife visit eJ relatives he rel Saturday and Sunday l tVIlUsburA The Sir Knlghts of the Macca bees will serves strawberry sup pet at the Miller Hall at this place Saturday night June 4th Everyone is cordially invited to attend Decoration Day was observed at our cemetery aturday 28th instead of the 30th fur convenience to Qople who have rela tives and frieuds buried in other Thouaaada HaTe Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and letfit stand wept Iour hours a by sediment or set fling Indicates tIunhealthy condl tUon of the kidneys if it stains your linen it Is vldence of kid trouble too jfrequent desire to ass it or pain in ihe bafck Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and Wad der are out of order Wkat to Do There is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRoott In curing rheum ism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder andevery part Inabilitytopassingitwlnsorbcertnd overcomes that unpleasant necessity of peing compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times extraIordinary effect of SwantfReot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the 1bestwonderful discovery ll1moreabsolutely free mall ney wish ICoBlnghamtonNl rcadlnrthls fwwow efjerjn t Jpaper t SCOTTS J EMULSION SCQtts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men vomen and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure pf consumption and the repairing of body losses from a wasting disease For women Scotts Emulsion does this and more It is a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bearsTo children Scrii Ssiui5 sin f trengtl1 foT growth of flesh and bpnc and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help Send for froo sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4OO415 Pearl Street Now York 6Oc and SiOOj afl drjuffslsta f = H cemeteries near as well as he e also Rockbridge being so near where decoration services veje ngithe occasion the cemetery had been put in beautiful condition aim due preparation had been nude on the part of the people having friends and relatives buried here 6 make the decoration service a success These are over three hundred graves in the cemetery Fairview and pretty flowers were strewn lavishly by hands of many people upon the graves of relatives and friends There were very few graves that had no flowers of memory placed upon them The people began to assemble early until there was such a crowd as likely was never seen in Willisburg before The church was crowded to its utmost capacity this being only amere handful compared to the crowd gathered in the church yard and cemetery people trom all parts of the county and neigh boring towns all peaceful and- e occasion seemed purely com memorative to the dead Mrs James Mcllvpy died at tier home at this place Mondy morning May 10th aftera lin gering illness of consumption Misses Othie and Maud Yan cey of Springfield Jennie Yates of Booker Messrs HughesOi- Bloomfield and Ezra GOodlett of Polin were guests of ABWells and familySundayS 5Mr John Sutton of McAfee yisited his parents here last week MrTom Sharp of Mercer unllelJJRev Burns of Chaplin tilled appointment at this place last SundayS SinoBD lo A Powder Maine Is courting death morcsudde d but not more surely than neglecting kidney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure a slight disorder in a few days aba its continued use will cure the mst obstinate caseS It has cured rainy people of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to be in curable If you have kidney or blad der trouble commence taking Foleyn Kidney Cnr today before it is too late Sold by Wood Campbell Sued By HIs Bonier A doctor here has sued me for 12Jj 50 which I claimed ras excessive for a case of cholera morbus says R White J of Coachella Cal At the trial he pralsed his medicall skill and medicine I asked him if it Was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhocs Remedy he used as I had reason to be lieve it was and he would not say un der oath that it was nct No docor could use a better remedy than this In a casc of cholera morlms It neyer fails Sold at Hayd ns drugstore SMass CoveMtlON A mass cqnventioh of the Democratic voters of Waslftng ton county is hereby called to meet at the Court House in Springfield at 1 oclock pm on titerpurpose isville on June 8 to name delegates tothe National Democratic convention at St Louis July Oth T sl MA YES Chairman Washington Co Dem Co Meltons Sliiacli and Liver lfabICI Bettor Tnan a Doc3ors Presei siOll Mr J W Turner of Trubart Va andILivera doctor If any physician in thIs country was able toconi pound a medihcine that would produce such gratify Ing results in cases of stomach trouble biliousness or constipation his whole time would be used in preparing this out medicine For sale at Hoydens drugstore Rlcgs Dyspepsia Tablets give 1m IIdyspepsiaII and bowel troubles Sole Agents for J Old Hickory and Studebajcef agdns 00 jK i j 1 1 i J I B t J J t c 00 r 1 c Jv i X IJ for S l L our qf 75 rr C and to All claims the estate of Dr H H Herd are hereb notiti d io same proper V to the for at his office in Sf rings field Ky qn or before July IF 1904 T S H H Hord A sorrel horse about high white spot in small knot on back caused by saddle and one black mare mule Any l to their be Ky iL YancQV Padacah Ky Avrite HI had a severe case of kidney disease and three in treated me surcesr I then took Foleys Kidney Cure The first bottle gave relief and three bottles cured tee I gladly this vordcrful remedy Sold by Wood For sink headache take ins Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick curft is certain For sale at Flxbinnr Unilcr DICuIU Au old retired army olllcor1 says that whim he vas n young captain In the army lltglitimig Indiana In Arizona UiO major of the regiment was an enthusi astic trout tisherman On one occa aba AvhiMi the near a trout stream the major as soon as his duties would permit toOk hliT rod nnd bejran tlo fish an atrow1 whizzed by his head anti then a rllle bulift snug close to his earfi The Apaches wore hovering near ohd see Ing ttime major nlone and unarmed were trying to pick him oft Some men un der the would have quit fishing Not so the major He called out u detaIl of armed men and had them stationed along either bank of the stream the men moving flown stream as the major iished along the soldiers keeping pace with the major undo beating buck time redskins cery time they advanced to the ttnck Thus protected time mnjor fished and succeeded In securing a One string of rainbow trout Goethe ni a Joker Oil an occasion when GOethe was staying at time court of with his friend Duke Charles Augus tus one cf the court Indies when about to retire for the night found her candle suddenly just before she n acheU hqr bedroom door Taking no notice of the occurrence she roped along In the dark but to tier us could not tiiid the door handle Again and again she felt her way ntdng the wall but with Ute same re suit At last she minnie Up her mind to go to tlic duchess for advice The latter however was already asleep ond no help was to be had from her The poor lady did not ore to take any one else into her for fear of being Inngled at and so spent some hours In vaIn search only to llnd at last that Goethe and tb duke himself hud with Vir own hands taken door oft its hinges some time earlier in the evening and walled up time entrance to the rnofti LoNlncr Conple of Anclkori if makes me weary Raid the skip per of n clipper ship just in from Sout America to buy n Just after I have landed and rend that my vessel suffered no loss from the storm except slipping a couple of anchors How many persons who read that know that ships anchors are sold by the pound and that each pound from 5 to 7 cehts I carried two 5000r pound anchors and time ioss of them means that I am out JOO That wipes tIme prollt of a voyage In double quick time doesnt it Some folks tolkIabout ship anchors us though didnt cost more ithaft Sew York Press IB Bornco When a dyak of Borneo makes he helps the girl In the hardest portion of her daily t l11C silo smiles upon him matter how sweetly he not respond but walts untt til the next dark night Them lie t to her house and wakens her as t lies asleep beside her parents parents If they approve make no but sleep on or pretend to If the accepts she risos and takes from lover the bfttel and he hasl brought her That seals their betrothal anti he departs as he cape neither tier Je1m spoken I SJ I Headquarters for all FARMSUFPLIS i i No 20 tewlM wttieet Ibis II mt1 plCUte II c4flIIt maBJJfie1o ti McGLWRE WftSit JJI 11 DEALERS IN 41iII Uggi Irnpielltsirainp l1dFie Rsee IIJJ JJJI We handle Buggies Surreys Cants giaJetosuit the purchaser Agents the SvrAe Hillside PIo Call and examine extensiv0line Harness Golial1 Wok Gear Buggy Robes and Hore BhnketsS SEED OATS CashPaidfot CHIDES FURS Notice Creditors persors havns against deceased present proven undersigned settlement MAVES Administrator Strayedor Stolen loflands forehead yearling information leading discoverywill liberally rewarded GEORGE WHEATLEY Blincoe HiK6BWcaiisBiatflHiiB JIM Snccess- W ofthebeit physicians Kentucky witfiput immediate permanently recommend Campbell Ciiamber Uaydohs drugstore regiment eijeampcd Presently circumstances peacefully andcomfortably SnxcWclnfiir extinguished Toulshment coiihritncc carefully newspaper O5t3I theyI marlinsplkes Lorcmnklnar lovet doesb liuniedlafely stealst shet Theo signb girls tiervsweetmeats BDcabJjir toI SPRINGFIELD KY1S5 Phone IH d h ln = == c Makes easy thei bowels and crying cures summer Mayer Yewetlwof Owensboro Ky ears Our baby was awav I gave him up Pink I j book free toMress Jim FLOYD MEDICINE j 1 For sale S 2 r i FOXl Si 5 ri i the lines oi Iho Jnd9 J l I rnrTP f f c ctni i and Freo sad Jiyi ef each BOitk naps folders ttt a C nalI Pasaeng or and Ticket Agent ST LOUIS OAH Lz Persian Ocif Is Hotter Gallfor Is usually tus thehbtr test on earth butt I Isnt cniite that lirling ttcl s rather unpleasant distinc ioji to a portion of the of the Per shimu gulf at and In the oft Uahrln prqve that il e moan an nual t Of Vivian giiit furnace Is 11 I than of OIl valley and the cf path plccs Is about en a par though am iuciincd to bolieve If my rocclr lection of the ict blunted n little r has jeen found in n few Isolated si lug ulkall surface of Hey wltife as there In no water at nil to be found un tie shpiv of the guif within n rattius of nearly while Dt is Inhabit ed j life there Is lpcll1 ljni d siLk has tstanil thoinund people aiuli an as n village for many cen tunes Cf course the pcoiMo mire stunted rtud to a lless ex tent a filet duo to tIme fear Cut under vlii1i they tire hut lh v do live there null Lily the nearest to5nln mandera In the human fjvmIIyM do they do water and food Why time Intt oi Is brought to In And sold In for the from the desert and the lat tiT they have In fairly goojd near them You thought il t was no water1 wltulii miles of time place I fiiiloa Is the onjly place on where f esh secured from 4 sea The gushes up In cc from springs a id Is sccunjd by divers The gulf Is about ttlfty feet deep the orifice of the skin the mouth of time spring it jilts ew seconds nhd the dlvcf closes j rifice null Is pull the y a rope That 6 the wty the water of time oil shore la l roenred The nro stippospdtat be due to Ktttrains t have tlelf orUin 11 the rcwv llils of il UKinnti over 000 miles I St uulg Wes ll tY fr CaP l 1 t II ofall T lllo Discffarrou- Q1icr PIolsOO n S QEENS mm M IX FOR CHILDREN teething regulates stojnachi stops complaint wasting seeuedbeyOwens Mixture enoughIaied II ICO tlEritr CMI It f FLOYDS TABLETS rjlrlu Whnt slt 2iad5IcbeI 51and DYSPEPSIA for liidfcesUon 50 SOc Sample iwd book fna 1 t a e byCdHaydon qPP9rttipi1i s I IaCapitalists lKvesfoss3 1 1ir M 1 111 I r areatSest Systetji ffIDir itfMissouri Kansas Ain5as Territory Louisiana and Tekas Through Pullman Sleeping Reclining ChairCars doraeseekers first IhlrfTae Descriptive literatorei etc pri ippllcatlon TQWNSENDS TORRID INrVoriaoo 1n1jerDeath5 mia referred spot MfHalph meJTJiis bcionjjs shore vtclulty Statistics temperature degiieWhlgh that aridness Unit rliOltlstIs JtJI Deiv nliywheix ilODttiUo- aVt by trlltltII thl1l1l11pcraimnnit hasjlmd existence luentally slIghtly physically condition aveprpbai approach for them boats cxchUsrc fertilizer thwydlg several bUlldmcot Velljso orlCraShorl probably earth drinking watcrYa 4salty wnteI usldecable Volume oiil 1bottOJil backfto bagjllreetly orcj eoinmunltyj springs ujidiigrouuit whichI tUlid1 O1ubeDemnt Coallin It Any Quanit st Chilled Y QIIC1J11cklfb1lcltc1 irttttt 111 Pharmacist ajlong 9T4NJTi Ijtidiati Extarsioai L T G MATThLW5 TraTeliBg LOUiVILLE4KVsj ngetAgent III T If LoiJais Ever MaJelo llbft sintli t i w t vlfthC Ro ISlaudIr co Ystoffi5 Are Wbu int rested Its get ready and take ud vantage pr the iIf1O1 state ever made to Arkan sas Texas and Indian and Okla4 hama Territories Tickets ojv sates from Memphis Strand Louii J Chicagp F bruarj I6tlfl tMnrch IsfcTancf 13th aritl April 5th and 19 7GaJI on yournearv jj I est ticketsagent or address II 0H I M CG IRE ft jsif9t Pasengcr Agent i CinciunatiQliioij t I iSnosme Plants There nrc few plants that have notf I 1 ijcn utilized inone way orajipthcr by I Kipanklnd forlfpbd papfcr drugsor lull I qtlier Vn3S 1uoug not fCU known inay be inentioued time Japanese 1 wax tree bcarins bunches of fnUt growing like grapeMwhich contain tf i speciesl of wnJI sedjlii m feinffcaiidles7 Another Irce fowid4nyh Paelfic ia 1 landa anti laiowifi ac the candle nut 1keruf 1 the cnndle liee is between three andy 1 ItI tree they present tIme appearance ofus number of wax candles bQtcl phmt which grows In India Is IfSlcJJ tier erect shrill scCairca ll because some ieseiuiblancotosisnuls ili the Illff tlou of 1tstl10JltcleifVfs thgttyoi side oren r1sng anti f UInSaltCinateJyt SeineIfinesi pud sometimes only ii few tIe greatest activity being iu tIme rtrti rhmmg amid not dcpcudiug on theAvhid A 1lJerary CnJslt7jIj 1llcre isva literary CHriolty laW jarcf tenet opora rotas It Is cj bpcaxxse It spells tke same iirtfiw as forward The hit tettws IOUi each word placed etxee uf itreit Bpeirtfeft last word ifeestxt io te M letters th iRext to the Lust Word awlt- hioiihmotmhon There are also M niany letters Ju iach word as there are words in the sentence iJJ DRJIBURTONJ PMSIDENT DENTIST i TEETH EXTRACTED ITHOUT PAIN OnJJH g Block up staIrs L SPRINGFiELD KY I Ali Dtntal Work Strictly 4 J First lass DR iJ HLLA PTONr Ii J OFiCE IB Opera House i lDRsS Josoor 8P1tINGFIELIK- YOFFIOEDr Rineharts for c M er offio s over Peoples Deposit- Bask Office bouts 12 to 2lpm- GRIGSBYL 1tW FJ ATTORNE AT LAW II Office overjpeoples Bank SPRnsGPJELD KY 0tvS M Green DENTIST All kinds5 odental work Teeth extracted withoutpain Offices 4formerly occupied by Dr Hord 1Phone 50V SPRINGFIELD KY ii ti mm M D c SPRINGFIELD KY Office iIn Peoples Banc Building 93TcIcpionset JAfES GRAVES PflACTICM Watchma era l Jeweler Carries a line of VVatches Clocks SIand Jewelry Repairing a Specially Located aLT W Simras JrohC law office pposite toCpurtHoust Springfieldl Ky t 4 JOHN Y MAYES FllRJILF DIRECTOR M EMfiALMER f TELEPHONE at DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY j HHave You HauIinfu i i pCI l flttlBHT AND TRUNKS i H auledl Furniture I and any thin in the Movedjj line done carefully and at So reasonable rates H PHONE 22 It1itis Proof1s of high cMIb ture to iSy the greatest matters in the simplest way lITSFEHRS f MALT 4sI TONIC FOLEYSS 0 KIDNEY CURE- Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine 4YENUPTODtE Spgol 124 N Virgiala St ZvaiaflI- Iwsi vttli luda raaa bladder rctkm Ilostflesh tmnbe1 aM M unable towork TtifM physician failed to ias aIwas glvea HP to die ftAey ArMbctlMeoBa bottle I wentire1y cared Tw Cf iCenta and flOt 4 11 1Mct musts fir Silc j toj1Jwiborban properly for isle cm suit you Piles reason andl SEARCY Plo e14 1TOWN Sr w w mi rth W1 W iThei i AboutYourself FriendsJ11All and Acquaintances I Leave yorilaundrywith Wood Campbellc L Screen door and windows kajt TloW prices at Hagan Bios Send in your laundry on Monday WOOD CAMPBELL For tomato cabbage sweet potato plants and flowers call on EAOox Fly time is at hand Get your doors and windows screened at HaganBros j Pure evaporated pickling vine gar at 20 cents per gallon at O Nans grocery Orders for groceries fruit vegetables etc promptly delivered Hagan Bros We are paying highest market price for wool Call and get a sack Robertson Bros Home grown vegetables received every morning Hagan Bros Laundry leaves on Tuesday iridaynight New patterns arid ready to wears just iin 5Mrs Williams FOR SALEA2QO carriage only used a Jew times Will sell at a bargain THEO CAMPBELL Buggy and wagon timber on hand and repairingdone Also buggy trimnnngs pn hand W H BOND Car Imperial Coal coming Place your order for the best ori the market at greatly reduced price Allen Petarson bou6hto04 Main street formerly used by the publicschool PrIce 1350 Grain cradles repaired and re built I also have some new hand made ones for sale at Hay don Barbers store W H BOND R0v W H Williams of St Louis Mo will preacli at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening All cordially iinvited members aleI pecially requested to be present The ladies ot the Presbyterian church will give a strawberry festival in the lecture room of he church on nepct Saturday evening June 4th Refreshjments rom A to 11 oclock Everybody invited I STitAYED From my place bludsbirt Any information leading to her rrecovery will be rewarded by GEO W TEIWELL ju22fe Chaplin Ky Mr 1 H Thurman has sold six lots in his new addition and kthe purchasers of whichi are to build nice residences on them in the near future Thelots are 70 200 feet and are beautifully for residence property The purchasers are W F Grigs y Theo C Campbell George Colvin F RHodapp and E E Miller Mr Ben F Simms lost avery- aluable thoroughbred broodmare Ten Bah from foaling last week The mate was one of the finest bred animals in the State being a daughter of the great Ten Broek Ten Ban had produced some good colts whicfti havebeen heard of on the tfbeing the dam of Pontas Jluoge Redvine Hook See Ocre She had been bred to Imported Her manse sire of Hermis and Mr Simms said had h6 raised thet colt it would have been worth a small fortune The mare he valued at 5000 The remains of Mr William Mock who died last Saturday at the National Soldiers Home at liM riOntInd were brought to place Montlay and were buried on CemeteryiHill services being conducted by Rev T D Latimer of the Presbyterian church Mr Mock Mas one of the old inhabitants of Washing ton county having been born and reared here He was about 78 years of age and an old Union soldier having sevcd through thecivil war About four years ago on account of his age and feeble health he was taken to TOPICS i MM t the Soldiers Honie to be cared for He vas a brother tlMrMatt Mock and Mrs Rebacca GoaUeynLthis cqunty Uncle Bill as he was familiarly called waSan upright and Itindhearted j II citizen and has many friends here who regret to hear of his 1 dqath II ltIiss Naomii Brown daughter of Mr and Mrs John Brown it formerly of his place was mar ii ried at the home other parents in i Marion county yesterday to Mr Dause of Franldin Tenn a Successful fntertainmenti The entertarnment gIven at the Opera Home last Wednesday oflthetho and Miss Bettie Irvines musichclass pleased a large tandThe main feature of the program was a decamatory contest in which four boys and four girls of the school took part The sub i jects were The Qeathbecl of Benedict Arnold by John S EcElroy JruHow Reuben a Played by Miss Dorothy McEl lP rby The Confederate Dead by Ivan Keeling Goodnight Papa by Miss Eunhe ONan Rum Maniac by Jaqk MctJhord The Apparition by Miss Stella Simms The Char riotte acc Lyman Barbern Two Vagabonds MiSs Mary as Uaydbn Each was well rendered and received liberal applause ad it seemed that the jjudges would have a hard time to decide on a winner The hard of a handsome medal was finally made lo Mr rack McChordby aunan h imous voe of all the judges A pleasing feature of the evening was the music rendered by Miss Irvines pupils who showed great talent and skill and the effects of good training jie Given A Watch The commencement eTtrcises v of St Catherines Academy was held this morning at Bertrand Hall on Sixth street Since the destruction of St Catherine s stiluUon by fire theI1 academy has been tern porarily transferred from Spriiguieldd KYJ to their branch HOlY Rosary on Orinsby avenue ttj The valedictory was read by Miss McHugh Following the valedictory a feature n9t on the- oprogram was intrcduced in the ciphsentationlaine watch tq Miss Mary Curvv a graduate 1tlve heroine of the tire The gift was a token of the deep gratitude Ieltby the pupils ai for one who onhcl crutcbes braveJy traversed the smoke lladened corridors to the main dormitory there by her alarm to save the lives of those 1osttoa danger In their sleep th This afternoon twenty of the Louisville members of theSt Catherine Alumnae Association will give ha graduates a ban cjuet The decorations vlll be in the colors of the association purple and gold The Hstbf graduates is Miss Mary McHugh Kentucky Miss Mary Rose Kelly Kentucky Miss Louise Ware Kentucky Miss Gertrude Purcell KentuckyIn Miss Gertrud Stpjcer Kentucky n- Miss Loretto Tighe Kentucky on Ms Helni Acosta Tennessee Miss Mary Curry ntuckvInTimes Circuit Court Circuit Court will wind up today and adjourn after a short and rather unimportant session The following cases on the Com monwealth docket were disposed of Lawrence Beavens charged with a breach of peace fine 20 and C tsC L Price selling liquor to minor found not guilty Jonn Carter breach of peace 25 and costs Robert Armstrong sjlmfe 5 and costs James Weakley destroying fence ofbl another 5 and costs Tom Votaw carrying concealed a deadly weapon 35 and iOdftys in jaila1 Andrew Devine breach of peace a 5 and costs Carl Perkins fufm wishing liquor tp a minor 06 aild costs William Sutton breach of peace 5 Alex Cullbreacli of p aUe10 aridcf all Taken Up At my place a mile above Hills boro a three year old bay filly with four white stoking Own er can have same by proving ti property and paying for adv r tising4 and keep FJ T PRATHER Hi CLEANING I f GLASSES Jt JIs an accompaniment of th wear But dout umtake de fective or non suitable lenses ror moisture or dust on them Fxactkindthey will do you more harm than good I Perhaps you would do well t to can on us anyhow and find t out whether you have the RrGuT lenssor not well he honest with youwe cant afford to be otherwise and I We Dont Charge j Our Advice I 1FOt C F RUSSELL Main St Springfield Ky YYWYYYWYrww i Announcements George D Catlett is announced as a candidate for reelection to the office of Jailer and will sub theJDexnocraticprimary election to be held next August Mv Catlett has mader e of the best Jailers the cuntyS as ever had and by strict ion to his duties has left no cause for complaint about the performance thereof He has devoted much work to beautify ing the Court House yard and the public premises Which fact alone lias made him marty friends amongthe town people who ap reciate his efforts in that direction Mr Gatlett isa strong candidate and it will take a good- man to beat him Up to the present time he has no opposi tion for the nomination We announce iin this issue the ame of Mr J Sidney Osbourne a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county subject to Democratic primary on August 6th next Mr Osbourne has served several yrs as deputy sheriff and is well quali fied to fill the position to which aspires Mr Osbourne is too wellknpwn to need any introduction rom us Hellas fricnfls all over the county who admire him for his sqUare dealings and uprightness In case Mr Os bourne is nominated and elected will name as His deputies the following H B Powellof Mack ile who served jis sheriff of the county for the term preceding the present one and who had before that served as deputy Miv Powell is wellknown and- asa strong following Mr Ed Masters living in the northern artof the countywill be another eputy and will add strength to iQ ticket From the western part of the county the deputies will be Messrs Sam Anderson who has never heldl a county ffice but flio is a very popular tizen and Herbert Eddlemanof Mooresvill who is a young man with a hOst of friends Hon William D Claybrooke announces this week asa candi ji date for jreelection as Represen r tative in theLower House of thfc Kentucky Legislature and win submit his claims to the voters t the Democratic primary elec in the first Saturday in August Mr Claybrooke was Washing ton countys representative at the last session and acquitted himself with credit and looked after the interests qf the county with diligencer He served on a number of important committees having been appointed to positions of trust over older and more experidnceck members He served as chairman of the com itte on Codes and Practice as a member of the committed Kentucky Statutes was a member of the joint caucus com ittee on Education which drafted the school book bill which became a law was secre appointedtQ everallothet amIbrepresent county another term PiiblicSakl Onehalf interest in the Willis urg Roller Mill at Willisburg Kyon SATURDAY JUNE 4 1904 t 2 olclbck pm This mill is 40 barrel Richmond Roller ill doing a large wholesale and retail business in Washington Mercer Nelson and Anderson counties In one of the best lo aticins in the country People l directions furnish cheap wood laid down at mill at 110 per cord Will offer onehalf inter estand as a whole to suit pur chaser Col R E Whayne auc oneer BURNS QJIEATH- AMOLEYSliONLYTAR top the cough azd hiZge J Th fE A Mr Gwin Mark was in Leba ncnSundajv Mr Glenn Wood has reurned from a visit to Bardalown Mr J L Alen and family spent Sunday at Tatham Springs Dr Ben McClaskey of Wake field was heretbe Urst of the Iweek Mrs W M Durrett and son Maury are visiting Shelby c untvl Messrs Josh Houston and Will I Hough of Taylorsville were here Sunday 11iSS Sadie Maves visited at the hcme of Mr Jick Beam the first of the week Mrs W L McClelan visited her sister Mrs Louis Hilpp ofr Lebanon last week Misses Lydia Mattingly arid Annni J Simms were in Lebanon the first of the week MrsJ C Shader and Miss Fannie Wall were in Lebanon the first of the week Miss Florence Hamilton ofr Prederickstcwn is visiting her sister MUg 1 L Barber Miss Agnes Stoker after a pleasant visit to Miss Edith Price has returned home Miss Sarah Sims land Bon D Cecil visited friends iin St Marys and Lebanon the first of the week Mr J D Whayne lafter a yisit to his brother Col R E Whayne has returned to his home Denwnl Texas Margaret Hagan attended IMiss nary seryice at St Augustines church in Lebanon Sunday t IMiss Elizabeth and Win peach man attended the funeral of Mr J K Leahy at L uisyille last Saturday v Among the boys who have arrived for vacation are Lieut DaveR Litsey Wilt Green and HLod Cunningbam Miss Lucile McCiaskfey who has been a guest of Mrs T Dt VVells aTthis place has returned tdhci home in Nelson Mr Paull South who has been employed with VVood Campbell for sometime left yesterIay for tiis home in Frankfort f forffrom on trip through the east where he has been in theinterest of thg Mattingfy Moore Distillery Co Misses Myrtle and Mabell Price aahd Marie Barber who have been attendingSt Cattier ine Academy in Louisville have returnjjjlfpr yacdtion Notice 1 United States District jCourtt Western District In the matter of Thos M Bad gett BankruptTo the creditors of said Badgett in Washington county Ky District aforesaid Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 19th day of MayJ9J4 said Badgett was duly adjudiqated a bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the law office of Thos A Medley in pringfield Ky on the 4th of June 1904 at 12 m at which time the creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such Other business as may properly come before said meting W J LISLE ISReferee fry Bankruptcy LETTER LIST Remaioing unclaimed in thp Springfield postofflce ortweek June2lfi04 James Bess Gl L Barkley Jim Baker J C Coffey Maggie Hamilton John Y Hutchinson Miss Cora Joncan Ira Moore Ms Alice F Matthew Clara Smith Persons caning ror tnese letter will please say advertised and give date of list W A WatersP M Notice to Crciiitir5 All persons holdirg claims against the estate of Marthrt A Glasgow deceased will presents me properly proven to the un dersigned or his attorney T S Mayes Sprmgtield 1jon or before July 1st 1904 JI B HILL Executor of Martha Glasgow R F D No2 Springfield Ky IFOUETSRONIT TAR Jj CUdrIt diL1 J Sw SS VRON6 USE OFWOItl5S MRS 1 ALA ROP HAS MANY RIVALS IN MODERN SOCIETY Tlie Danger and the Folly of Pane tuatluar CoueratloM With Ex rea alone of tkeMcanSnga of Which the Speaker IB iKBofaat Since the days of Sheridan and his Immortal piny The RhalsMrs Mnlaprop tins ben synonym for the lIgnprnut misuse of words Yet bow nwjiy people there are today In real Ute who Z1tte1flttugThe use of words which are to them unfamiliar err as grievously as she was wont to do A proper understanding of words consti tutes one difference between the noJ 3raut man stud the educated man and gives the latter ahduiinenseadvatitnge- This is admirably illustrated by a well known Incident in the life of Danj IttlOCouuell thin famous Irish pqllt j leal agitator The story Is familiar but is well worth reaUngIn this parI Ucular connection There was In Dublin an old appJcwoman renowned throughout the city for her violent temper and for the vI I tuperatlve genius with which she en 1pertectt from her mouth on such occasions and It took very little to call It forth OConnells friends made a wager with him that in a war of words with the old woman he would be completely outdone iin spite of his well known powers of oratory Be took up the wager and on a certain day repaired with his friends who had staked their money against him to the vicinity of the old womans ripple cart This in an apparently accidental way he man aged to upset and was assailed bya perfect torrent of abuse He retorted in kind and the battle was on The old womans volubility at hEat proved ttoo much for OConnell and much to his friends delight seemed to behe getting the worst of it when the tide turned In his favor by his piling her an isosceles triangle That floored her jut she was tame to the last and i still fought on But when he called her a paralleloplpedoa her enfotiods overcome her and she became speech less And so he won Her ignorance of the meaning of ordinary harmless words proved her undoing for she read into these polysyllables the most outrageous meanings They were epi thets alents for which she could find no equiv The misuse of words 3s of course says a Chl ago paper often a Source of much humor and funny stories without number dre told of modern Mnlaprops which outdofanythlng that that famous woman ever uttered There is a well known wealthy woman In Chicago to whom are attributed many humorous Instances of this failing The trouble with such people is that they do not realize the danger and tin oily of getting beyond their depth IInln their grandiloquence they seek for words of which they have a very vague comprehension The fojly of it all in one sense Is pathetic but it Is al ways humorous The woman Just referred to bnce in talking of her young days said Yes I was very fond of dancing in my girl hood Intact it was at a fancy dress ball that I first met my husband Ire member it so well He was so quaint ly dressed He was in the garbage of a monk find she stuck to the word dress with which she was on easy terms shea would not have made tier self rldicufous but in groping after the unusual sue got boyond b ep depth The following is also accredited to the some woman My daughter you know she said has been traveling in the cast hnd crulsidg about the Tc vant iHoT deligBtfulle claimed a friend And did she go to the Darda melles Yes Indeed was the reply I think they asked her to dine wIth them On another occasion when some one took occasion to remark that it was tooobfld her daughter was so delicate she replied Jfot nt all My daughter is fvery indelicate very Another woman a nouveau rlcher had at once decided upon tile dcqul j sition of wealth that some of her her Jtencllenthusiastic upon the subject Yes J she would say to her friends my son has gone offIie is making a circus of the globe unaware of course that she was making a circus of herself and that probably he was doing the same thing Hes In Switzerland now she would rattle ondoipg all khu1sot wild things climbing moun tame and glaciers and vetting Into dangerous places It worries me to think of It George is so reckless Why only think of lU He wrote me the other day that he stood on the brink of an abscess In this sort of thing the is Ii JcaPltnJ show he seeks to use big words that tickle his vanity and raise him In the eyes of the multitude The to Malapropism Is an admirable humorous instance of this wingII characteristic A young colored whose whole appearance denoted get ostentation was seated In a icy car the seats of which were all occupied Presently colored glrlgot on With much manner he rose and doffed his hat Take my Seat madam Oh Ah doan Ink to deprive yo o you set sabsaId the girl Not at all madam he rejoined with great gusto hits no depravity madam no depravity Mrs Malnprop has been called an Impossible creation but instances of this kind prove tliat she is a reality hi modernl life Verily truth Is siren get than Hctiqu How Slavir Travel People who travel a good bit are surprised if theyre observant at the rapidity with which a new slang phrase will tour the country said a salesman whose district is from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ive often left town here with a choice selection of brand new colloquialisms stored up for friends only touse on my western have them hurled at me on the other = side of the Rockies when I stepped off the train The telegraph Is what does the trick Telegraph operators are the I great promulgators of slang As op erator in New York hears something new nn1 catchy in the line of slang and he springs It on nn operator in San Francisco If a colloquialism Is coined inyPuIlndelphld the afternoon San itFrancisco sets It three iicmrs earlier j the same day Operatoraore all the tune Joshing ea1 other over the wIre and s1auig Just west for them Chats how It fittttlns InatanfAaU circulation And thats how guy of the metropolisgets fooled when he strikes Oshkosh or Oklahoma ex Iipectlngto dazzle the natives with some thing shir1wdPhiiadelPhiaPreS5I I w 7w 11Thev Summfr1eoftWhen yon go to a sumnier re S sort of t1wch arethewidecoolcozy enjoyaYoucanjuc cozyandlUll breezeandkepoutpracticalladdiiougethepieataitet beatedSe2tOfl003 porch fitted with 2ador Porch Shadeswithperf- eclpriTacTwhJieviewJnjrthepis eraby You Q o have Vudor Window htretheywailltln 1ecpoaTheiareand lliving rooms Vndor Porch Shadel cost from up They are made in different colors to bar monne with the woodTrorkof your home You are especially requestedto view the Vador Exhibit ir our shade department We also invite your speciali attention to our Stock of Carpets Mattings Linoleurns Rugs Lace Curtains Shades C The largest andf inhist Cunningham Duncan williWiWiWiVill iWiWiwiiIJ ijHwWivi r Thee Good Old f lill SSummer TilIDO J IIS HERE i HCpared for tt We have1r It t i We show the right tF ings rorf 101It r rt 3 Coats White Vests all at reasonable prices IV7e have a few earned over Summer Coats r I 1 and Vests at half price v 1f 3 thinUnJ1 Full lii 1low cut Shoes Straw Hats i derwcar Suspend fsBe1tsCollarslNeeJc 3wea1 Sox Handkerchiefs etc = We sell the Fountain Sh rtth best there is for thd Prices 100 150 and 2 00 each We show tin Jegant assortment of these Shirts in bbth white and colored e3 We also show the best hpe of 50phirts i fROBERTSON BROS f i t ft t l1 fm = tJOHN S McELROY- 6ENERAL j INSURANCr A6ENItJt Ufe Fire arid Tornado tT OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK H IL During my absence from office WF Grigspy v George Neikirk will attend to any business or meV fJv r BBEHSHBESBBBBE vTlie Big Money Per ftfHogg Kaisers IsDr Jos Haasr Hog Remedy which for more thll1Li211 years has stood the severest tests and in all cases cai IJ depended upon f f beI JUt HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE i Wl en thjs Remedy is fed as a pro regarringtis J Dr Haaa book Hugo 10lry a wdit valuable bookfor every hoserand a IjTtEE copy of which asy be hadiiit our store for the asking j s can 1250 half cans 8650 250 i25abd SOc per package rqf ND25lb k 20th Century Poultry Fowl C The greatest egg producertm the Jritrfket Keeps fowls healthy prevents cholera roup and all other fpoHUrjT I diseasesS2 lb bail 350 25e per package os Haar Live Stock R intdy mmDr For Hers Cattle Shill Etc implies this a REMEDY nota foodJanfl it Is UB equalled for correcting the common disorder in horses cattte and sheep as well as many of th0 more seridua complaints AspleiWid conditioner and growth promoter and a sure preyentive from disease ft v lee ae AN 2 e PER PACKAGE lFOALERY McCLURE WELLS CALL FOR OIRCDLARS SPRINGFIELD ky I a BIIEBEmDl iWiAitlwwWi l iwwWlwWitJiWiWi I The Best is the Cheapest And There iis None Better Than i I TIE PAGE iOYEK fIRE FPKGff CF 1 t i AFenpeforeveryPuroeS tt- It will turn anything mjfcd can be nto over any f J i1iBusIawe1eenlats f i z4 mm SOLE AGENTSSpringfield Ky mt m t t t fHP 1 stonily Killed Joseph Elliptfj one of the best known fanffers in Mercer county livinsf about six miles from Har Todsbarg wckty light ening and JwSntW killed Mofa day afternoon during a terrific 4att6rm Mr Elliott was out in the yard assisting his wife to get somt chickens in ou t of the rao and was standing near a locust tree The Iightening struck the iHraa ab3ut SIX feet above the und ara Mr EIliotC dropped dead at the sameinstant that the tree was struck Some months ajrb Mr Elliotts lather hung himself iothis barn after beating his wife IntiD an unconscious con dition rs Elliott recovered alter long suffering Anderson Stews v I Railroad Schedule I Folowing is the time schedule I now in effect on the Eardstown c atid Hpringtield branch railroad ff No 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 pm JBardsto yrr Junction 502 pmt Bardstown 552 pm a arrtves at Springneld 645 p m- Nji 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 a nh BardstoWn 617 am- Bafdsjown function 705 am I arrives at Louisyille 755cam No 48 Leaves Louisville ct JT80 am Bardstowo Janction s i 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m iurrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield at l20pm Birdstown 230 pmr Bardstown Juntition 435 pm 1 arrives at Louisville 545 ptn No 90 Sundays only Leaves Sprin tield at 715 am Bards tttown 8 am IBardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 985 am i i N6 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown function 650 pm Bardislown 735 pm arrives at Springfieid 825pm INYITAT1UH FROM WOOD CA1PBBLL Leading Sprln tleld DruS Isfs Urge Ypji f6xTry Hyomcl iht Guaran i iced Cure for Catarrh I Any reader of the NEjvsLuADKS who suffers with catarrh or who is sub ject to fcatarrhal colds iIs invited to i Wood Campbells store for a cow I pletcHyomei outfit on approval So VC confident are that Hjwmei will cure the worst and most deepseated cafe of caorjh that they will nrnisn a full xitynltfs treatment of Hyomei on taiai I While it would be unrersonable to ex ipecta chronic case of catarrh that has jliecn growing vworsa for years could be cured within a month yet they fet sure that the thirty days treatment will convince the user that Hyomei is infallible in driving catarrhal poison fcoui the system There is no danger ous stomach drugging when Hyomei 4s used Simply breathe its healing balsams through the neatinhaler that Scqxnes with every outfit and the germ killing andiealtnglving ar will pen etratet6the most r trtotc cells in the air pasiajes of wthe head throat and lanqjs and drive cataarhal poison from tlie system Nothing else will so t quickly cure a cold in the head or stop an ordinary cough Singers and pnblidspeakr8 wril find Pyoinei invaluable It strengthens the voicennd gi res Ita rich clear tone Catarrhal deasiiess is cured when Hyo msi and the special Hjomei balm are- wed The complete outfit costs only one dollar and if after tiaing you can say- lhat itdidnot help you Wood Camp bel will retur your money Tim Colvin Acquitted Tom Colvin was acquittedof lorgng The specific charge was i hat he had forged a check cir the Mercer National Bank for 23 payable to Sam Thpmpson and signed James Bottoms Lu cien inkston was also indicted for uttering the false check Pinkston testified that Colvin jave him the check and told hm t r to go anti buy him Colvin an overcoat and a pair of shoes and to rf present himself as Thomp son Colvin said that he never saw the check until after both j Aycse arrested Both are young Vmenjand are from Washington c nibfw Pinkston will bj tried next cou Harrodsburg Herald Jriniiiplis 6ff 3Iodcrn Surgws KPf Wonderulihings are done for Hie by surgery Organs are labefi out andlcraped and polished and pntlbaCk orthcyninr be removed entirely bones tife spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to nvbuiids bruises burns and like iajur- rieS before idflaniation sets in which causes them to heal without raatura- tioit iitid lit bnetbtrd of the time re qrtiredby the old5 treatment Chain Lerlains Palo Basin acts on this same 5princai If isjriilnttseptiaund when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quicklyE it also allays the pain and jjorenesRipKuep a bottle of Paul Balm jjyour hionieandgji- t eycci time and tit ney not CT tli inconvenience and cntad Pihicialv contait all the 4fl icp te aii4 hieline prtlesof the pinI There ls tip sxafe fitfor abrasion of tlic1iliI that Piiifcwife wil not cure tdrbr s atldeuts nd a a faraflr ulf c PhsesaTwe i4 IbJbdafcsaJvo in the llis J I w LIFE IN THE STEEET ODD CUSTOMS AND CONDITIONS ONE MEETS WITH ABROAD City Sea venceri of Turkey and 3Iejc Icci The Algerian Barber Pile Ilia Trade Upon the Public Sidewalk Antwerps MllUnidlilB In the street the traveler learns the cbaraeterlstJcs of a race better than lt the house Man Is more artificial out doors than Iu AVhethcr Savage of civilized he Is prone to dress up Tvheii he goes out Whether It be a tow more feathers or u new rock coat the principle Is the Hanic He Is mere ly a son or a father ut home but In the street men call him a carpenter a barber u gambler a miser a Judge a colonel or whatever other name fits hlsartlfldal relatlQiis with the outside world yhcn the native of Constantinople for example visits New York bVnoeds only to walk up Broadway to discover how widely different are the Turkish and American civilizations Tlul sight of a sang Of street cleaners at work would immediately claim his attention The spectacle would be novel and strange to his eyes He would won der why these mOn waste their time In sweeping the gutters and In loading refuse Into wagons Why nil this la hoc for nothing he askshimself Why does not the American like the Turk let the dogs be the city scavengers Constantinople existed long centuries before Manhattan Island had streets he boasts nndjrjJt the only street clean ers liave been the hungry pariah dogs When the American visits Mexico he sees In the streets of such a city as Yera Cruz a spectacle as strange to him as Is a street cleaning brigade to a Turk He sees vultures roosting on the house tops or slovy circling over head with nevcr a Ihip of wing and when some busy housewife empties garbage out of the front window he beholds the entire flock come swoop lug down to the pavement and fight over the cast How different are the American and the Algerian ideas of personal comfort may be seen by a short Tvalk through the streets of Tunis Here one finds the barber on the sidewalk Instead of in a shop Should One desire a shave he Is not invited with a bland welcome to recline at ease In a plush uphol stered chair nor are bls senses soothed with perfumes and salves On the contrary the barber takes one over his knee as if tp draw and quarter bin He squats against a wait where all Tunis may watch him as It might a public executioner He squirts some water Into ones beard from a dirty goatskin rubs the hair the wrong way a Tew moments and then begins to scrape The steel of his razor Is sharp but his way oft wielding It Is relent less Shduld a cut be so deep that one complains his simple explanation is Only the blood of a coward runs In Korea the horseshoer like the barber of AlgfcrJn iliakcsjlie street his place of business Ills forge blazes within his thatched roof house and makes one wonder why It does not set fire to the establishment But no borse is brought Indoors When the Korean1 jehu finds a slice Off liisbeast of bur thin he leads It to the edge of the street whcre the horsoshoer ties the nose of the animal to one posf and its rump to another From a crdssplece supported by the two posts he hangs a noose which ho fits around the horses belly B3 means of a few vigorous tugs be lifts the beast almost off its feet and tliejii completes his task cf shoeing at leisure Xo customs of tba Yankee and the West Indian offer a wider contrast than the methods of their milkmen In the United States the milkman brings his supply in cans or bottles from his dairy In Cuba and Porto Rico be brings his dairy vflth him In walking through the streets of Ponce whether in the morning or the afternoon one is likely to come ona herd of cows chewing their cus pensively In front of some dwelling house When the milkman fills the measure of his ens tower direct fromj the udder he carries It foaming into the ouse collects a fcVcentesImos add ives his herd on Jo the next doorSvay Sometimes he will linger so long In a corner cafe that by the time he leaves his glass of rum a couple of hungry calves pave ended his business for the dny Tbc reason that time West Indian dairyman must drive his cow to his patrons gate because milk keeps fresh only n few hours in such a climate Milk for breakfast must be delivered direct from the cow early In the morning And for Clipper late In the afternoon In Antwerp wbereuiHk keeps sweet overnight In winter at least theniilk malds employ almost as rudimentary methods One sees them In the streets driving a pair of oxen or a team of dogs that are hitched to a lumlJerlng wagon containing a huge barrel With a quart ladle they dole out a measurt here and another there into the cans awaiting them on the various door stops Just as the Mexican cobbler works iu tile gutter so the Panamaii batter kp tli street bis workshop Here Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trou nyCases Cured Thor are seven main features of heart disease viz Weakness or Debility Rheumatism or Neuralgia Valvular Disorder Dlldtlon Enlargement Fatty Degeneration Dropsy Documentary evidence will prove thousands ot socalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles Keiv Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dis ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here are sotno of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells rain in Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Falntlnsr Spells Nfervou s Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse I have great faith In Dr Miles New Jleart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents 1 can now co UP and down stairs with easo naruiyall Camitdgreater medicine than jrou claimed It NprthPineiloney back If first bottle falls to benefit PBWrifo Jus and wo wilL mall ree Trial PacksirioP Dr Miles AntiPain Pills theNewScientific Riimcdy for Pain Also Symp diagnoseiourwrongendreeAthiressLABORATORIES COhK1it1Tf 5r IT HEALTHI teephouseDraught We hare used it in the family for over two years with the best of results I have not had a doctor la the hems for that length of time It is doctor in itself and always ready to make a person well ftndhappyJAMESHALL Jack sonville I1L Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the 4nstipated bowels and invigorates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys No DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where iskeptcountry mullet frolfl any physi 1ieJthforyears ThiedfordsBlackDraught ness dyspepsia colds diills and hcadaclesdiarrhcea and almost every other ailment- because the stomach bowels liver and kidneys so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORD5 BLACK DRAUGHT he weaves grass Into a soirtbrcro be Ocath the surface of the water In the barrel at his side In England micro bats use the streets much as itinerant bands do In this country The gym nasts generally travel In twos anti threes and on coining to crossroads of a village or a corner of a city one blows a horn while anolbdr spreads a bit of dirty carpet on this ground There is always some master trick Which is fre qucntly referred to but which cannot be performed unless the hat that lIs passed around contains an adequate number ojf pennies Tap contributions however are never large enough and so the perforiuaucc each time is uucer emttnlously broken otf in the middle of a trlcki New York Tribune Bible Translation At the beginning of the utnotecnth century the Bible was current in some forty longiiages today In some 400 It Isnccessiiry to use sixty different sets of types to print In these many tongiies while sumac fifty languages require to be printed in lucre charac ters than One to be legible tp all races anti creeds In that particular country Again to translate the Bible Into one forejgu tongue Is In Itself a work of more than a lifetime very often What must be then time labor required to leahi some barbaric tongue which has iio writing no characters or aliiliabct of its qwn and to supply all defi ciencies before the task of translation can begin Moreover the Biblical metaphors and similes hae to be al tered and made comprehensible to un iutoreti minds One translatoi IIenry Soft by name cpent twenty years in Tahiti to learn the language after wjnch he spent another twenty years In translating the book Into Ta hltan tongue London Chronicle A Singular Coincidence One Sunday affcmooii in the ura mer of 1SS9 Mrs iCa northern worn nil said to her husband I dont know whyit is but all the afternoon have been thinking of our old friend Em ma in Natchez Miss We have not heard from her for several years be lieve that I wili write to her She did so Tjfe letter was mailed that even lug It would reficli Natchez on thV next Tuesday On Tuesday morniii Mrs receiveil a letter from Emma dated Sunday aftornooh commencing My deaf Mrs K I dont know why ft is utl hat been thinking of you the afternoQij lUll concluded tlmt vould wrHe to you It has been soy oral years since I have heard froui you lleiice these twd ladies one hi the far south the other itt central hIll nois were thinking of each other writ lug In almost tile same language and evidently at time same moment Where It tn Always Cam Ynr- In Otto putt of all tIle Uflsslas the provJiKo of Ukraine It Is always 1enp year as far as the female privilege of prOposIng Is concerned It Is said to be customary there when yojmg WO man flails In love with a man for her to go to bis fathers house sxd In the most tender and pathetic manner plead with the yoiuns man to take her as his wife She pninlsci the most submis slvc oedrenee to ills will be will but accept hot If time young iliftn says q leg that you will ectie me from this she tell him Ihat she Is resolved not to depart until he shall promise to take her for better or worse She ac cordiugly talies up her abode there mind remains until lie Is woocd aud won or untfl he ends time siege by fleeing to parts unknown Smoothing1 Trouble nt See Once crossing the Atlantic salt an old traveler a tremendous row arose nmoiig tile sailors Tlmey ought down In time forecastle like a pack of wild beats Luncheon was going on at time tiuie and the first officer left the table to sec if he could quell the disturbance He hail only been gone a llttjc while when the hubbub began to tile down Everything was qtiiot when he return ed Time captain called across the si to him Itr an approving tone Things seem to be smoother now 1Yes ritunicd time first officer we have Iroued the sailors sir SHnorvn and tlio Flute A recent historian suggests a reason why the flute la not popular with dies Miiieiva h ancient Greece ltej 8ays began to play flute thinking At such a beautiful instrument jic rtjeeds must leanUt But onc lay look Iiig hi a mirror while stfjwas playing site saw to her IrorroXthat time act of veryfneiegaiitn pet she the instrument away Perhap theTcelings of the fair sex to ward tbjsrmite have been Insensibly In fluenceu by a similar conshcraIoii IntiuiIie rirli Bessle l almost hate Carrie Dyer She asks such Impudent questions you know vas telling her If Frank Barnes iiarf asked me to marry bin once h fliailivaskcd me twenty times anti silo had the Impertinence to ask mo if he had asked once Minnie The Idea But has he Bessie Boston Transcript THE OCEAN VAMPIRE A 3Ion telr aiialtlc of Dra sliiK n Veviicl Fri ItM MourIngi With time pqsslble exception of the basking shark the sun dosil or ocean vampire is the largest of all the won titers of the deep An unborn ocean vampire taken from the mother pro served at the British miiseuni fivp feet broad and bofquo inoitutliig weighted twenty poundB The mot Inn measured some fifteen feet in length uul quite as much iu breadth It Is at all times n dfliigerouB under taking to attempt to capture tile oT these monstirs the Sunday Mag zinc but particularly so iu th9 cntfy a motlicr accoiupRniml Uy her oft spring SIte is quite qiimblo of rererx lug the role of hunter and ImntiM at tacking and capsizing the boot contain lug her would lie cnptonj anti of swluk that none of thorn escapes nlive Imagine wrhtesthe IJon Wlllljim Elllotr In describing the eVvrftlng sjwrt he had In hunting jftcettii tamplre n moiister from sixteen to twenty feet across the hack full ttiree feet in depth poss s8od of powerful yet fls iljle llapji or wings with which he drives himself furipusly in the water or vaults high in tIme sir through which he skims like sonic unonmms blvd his fjflens commonly cnlfwl horns projecting several feet beyond his mouth timid puddling all the small fry that constitute Ida food into that capacious receptacle Mini you will have an Idea though an imperfect one of this extraordinary flab4 The so called liorns to which shIft sion Is made are a singular feature in this animal The puctoral or breast flits much elongated iiointe relied in front concave behind stop short at the head tb reappear as frontal append ages projected our each side of the Lead These apiicnditgvs tnke the forin and diameter of limbs being flexible timid capable of grasping prey and car tying it to the month The foolers as they are called ttrQ sometnqos three feet or more In lrimtht ami arc curious1 ly articulated at thf ends so a to Benible time lingers of the unman hand when clinched V In this wMyt fishing hosts mind vese1s of a much larger size liave been drag god trout their moorings and in some cases cniKsisMHl by tlie ocean vampire liaving laid hold of tlisjiivclior Aii in stancc of this kind qpeurtrtl In the lair bor of Clmrleriton A ffchoonr lying at anchor sudilenljr aiiU Pcinli gly of Its own volition to the iimazcitu t and alarm of those on Uonitl etttatctlnt a furious rate across 4he luirbw lp n Hearing time opposite store its course changed abruptly as uUhnst tfj cap size time vessel ami it rftmwcctl time harbor to jts orates uiobringsi- Tlicsc mystoiIous flfelits semis the harbor wosre reiented a mimbcr of tunes in time i resi nce of hinlrtsls of astonlsdiesl spcetatorg who were utter ly at a loss toaccpunt toe the plicnnui eno Tito liiignvUoiM etseI as sud denly as thav bopMi J t tjll then did thebaek maul undnlnt1Ag ilukea of an immense ocean niiuplrp aprearlnjj above the water of the hnrbor listlose time motive ix w0r that cauactl It till One of the curious habits of the fish Is to throw smiK rttuIts sometimes at a considerable dfartaaue beneath the suiface soniftliaW t he surface mind sometime in the air above the surface Time reason for Hil8i octIar practice which hi kept up for Uowr so far as writer know iiever lhteen con Jectnrcil t tiiue llitv great ftt4i wit throw himself linlity as miah as tep or twelve feet Into the sir The Itond to llcalUi Keep your vitality above the itera tive condition suit you will nerer know ilistaise of iy kind Tfo dixease can exist whore there Is an abundance of pure blooil lo get the noeesunrv aihennt emit nutritious food to Hmi Into It per feet ly talce proper exercl and to purify It getfrerit air aiid light If n perfectly Jiwkliy cowll hop cf the skln exists antI an even temp er Uire of surface of the Ixxly is maliitiliied It Is iinpoxaibie to cntih cold Cold watef iMfilw taken every ilay will tie nnith twanl iroulichsgl the former jrof er fo vlaml ex rtIse the Inttir Xiure1vesyou an alarm In the Hi st clillly felijg Heed It at once or pay the p oakj Take a lw4sJ Walk or run bro the dccjtly umil keei the mouth closetl If you are so sit uated that yoa ean llo nrft ef as in a church lecture roopi or atreet car breathe deeply rajifcHj ami noLeUWi Iy jinlil you are sitt fieil tUat your boily lias a l frw i weiottlve to a positive coiMJItlofl lixcUaaac lIwW Eggs inayMcow their ssoirishtmstnt lby cookhijr rime yolk jaw qr very HligUt ly bulled is es w llmjly MWrltKms It Is moreover the only fowl tOt those afilictcd with jnuwlk Whew an rshats been exiiotml to ak tt coi Umtaure of culinary lieat Its iiatHra Is mtlnJy changed A slightly ftoitalI gjr IWK ever more oa4y Ot 4lge tkJ Ihnli a raw nile The lbest aeew fniHitmnt for a hard egg Is vinegar Itatr OSRS have n laxative effect baril bolleiltho eu trary There te adjtoaytteravy i sotmmepersi wh4ehih4iws Itseifin 4e utter dUgnst which they exp rleme tint only against the etsg Itself bat ateo igain t any prepa ration wldcit H forms an iMgrcdleuf lieVever Might KTgs should ahray be liberaHy ae tdnipanletl by ire4 HUtorlo Ciiiinon Four of the 4a taken from the IrnnjMi off KhtfaleffK lit 1T47 by Ail uiryl B scrtwii now Ht the lowly If Lum ut t t im- s1mlit lI1i u Itim do sciidaut Lord ihmumIm siuie Tuwir lifllttifr a rw at simits In tle tttrl flo4 tvory lIU f v kich Is a mni m wid his 1iy XTVfee or has been really tto do H agil eitl3ngkind enemies Iotidon Telegraph lin UUhont n Lnzignage AJtypiigj the people of the world the Swte lift ship In ImThJij uoinngunge they ehill their own According to a iwrquti vitor to the little oqimtry nboutvUiiTcyrpUiths of the iVDOpIc of witwt nd iie k Ofriuon Willie the rfcoiaiijtJHh tfvkle four oilier InHgliHjjQS nmoi gticMu iajjiil3 Llvnch swid jtnl 1ant biiiiswigps viiiTing 3nirube iiceonflst to irehitityot time Ixo pie to each country whsse tongue they Apeak Public docMWieiils aid n Ucoiare printed In both French aiut Ceminu In the Swiss itatlctwl i nrlt uieht ttIp members make their speeches either lit r reiichor German tot noarly Ujpinieiuber unUerathud both lan gtia The orders of the president are translated by an officIal Interpreter and ftrtiUIied to the iicwipapors in 60th Loimir JnarnCH Mnde b Whales TlMJ wbMjes tliatswlin about Lkf iis laiKl wfeleh lie off the coast of XoWny anil ifliitowl March and ApHJ travel iromdpse dhrtaifces In May thoy turn up at the Azores or even at the Ber maflilir anti sotcctiin iwy visit to ihs Airtiiles Tury sVto fast Tor In buDe thry ae beck agulff off Norwcy Sense oCtlMae whaks have been laiowu to brjtie bJukevIiUnices of where 4hcy luve bectifor Imrpjponsof the iwuullftr kind u sd oft tbe const of goutli Amcr iItit have beeti found stuck in tiioni St JjttKJi fetMrtte Grniul Advfoc A slMHnyaker eame to tIme minister iskHT Jill advice because that sWecp lib landlord had given him iiotiee to quit ajul he woukl Imve nowhere to lay Ul heat The minister could only advtee him to lay his case before the Lord A week latcj tile minister reftirfletl and found the shoemaker busy awl merry TJfat wAtt grim nil view ye gied me minuter said the man q laid iny case before Uio Lord us ye 4eHt an noo the sweeps IeklL Geiktes Scofch Roininls cetiee Good Iluiiibr According to ancient theory there are Cwir iHiiciii J humon la the body W iidf piilegui ch leiaiMl melancholy The rfctkHiihiauce of any one de tonntHnl tlife temper hence Uie cxprop skm cliolertc humor etc A nice bah unco a good cpinponnd called gooil iMimor hush a preponderance of airy a bad coinpound called an or bad huiiwr had MlNJililKeil him 0oe yowr fathcr ever hiss your niamnm Willie asked the lady who liad pnee been the gentlemans sweet lieaft Yos erery inornlug when he goes away lei ithe city Dear me Ami to think that I once dpnbtd his courage Chicago Rec ordlierakl Her Curiosity MraS Ctietlus looks bad doesnt suet yes anl no Avonden Shes been awake every night fgir a week past iiie Jules What Wafi the uiftter Site discovered about a week ago tlMt Her Imeband talks In lila sleep ami f eoun sl had ti llsteaPhit hdelpJtta Ledger A Xorloe nt the IliintiiCKM I uppoce you Uud a intrfectly lovely thjiet Wexfords house party it was a fizzle Mrs Vcxford has so little tact She was always ar rmigtMg so that men would have to iMitr off with their own wives Jxciuange Ismotlon turning bnck on itself anti natiis4hg ow to tlmiight or action Mi Ofiwoeit of madjtusis J Sterling Crfeir the Ilmnd- I that iJatMlsccr Mr CrreiiisX aaiMsil tl o visitor musing before thc- jimimtog AI ow willed Ui liOBt rechon It Is rpurtmtn Scu how Urwid It Is be ftrorift the horusnwi see thfeoior aiul curi n Its forelM ThaUs a genuine Iurbia ure utt to SjicsnU Of Miss Skruwney g1ghhsgMr Kh drr b saeh a ftajteror Mta AIIIIH iht lue b bctn sa31ti it ys SkrjjIKHeyTOU tmciwe lIes m g1It lanUHe toW had jiriite like taVoMB dc MiJoIrinlnovlilr TrOK X Ill UK Ills ClitVM ftlIlhat UoUl Uttbe ol otkbcnt1 CyriWhyzutmirthit fakpd If ho coald paint his oow SHusTJiit till nt Wtt the cows did ft CynwYos Jlf Ihaek fee punted a sanmimrHin tcm on ouch niithlu4eIplsIalhcprdI l iittmtls Ifte ne tiroke her Iteart time herrMMeGIieir 9ngaein mt wUcti site liada betts offet a There ft fclvfajs room aft htf top lint tbeyonnj man who waits for a t jo flaHjr csuistnuill elevator to tit iiu caw will niTW fcive the ground Ujo shLi TIt I CONSTIPATION Is yours of long standing Never mind we take all the chances your money refunded iff a cure isi not effected Dr Oadstedis German Liver Podera- s had fifteen years of unparalleled sale because the above has been our ironclad thangele i guarantee from the first Yet not once during these years have we had a bottle returned or a failure reported We have cured thousands 2S2Tt SSSiS have been of many tedious years standing Sick Headache Stomach or Botf el Troubles Constipation or Piles are cured by a single bottle of Dr Carlstedts Gentian Liver Powder 100 sizo which equals six 25c trial size bottles This is one great home remedy that dispenses with doctor bUlslong spells of sickness and their consequent sufferings Listen to Natures warnings and bo prepared Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder goes right to the spot there is nothing in medicine like it It is made right we have the secret and we look carefully to its protection for it is worth millions of money to the people Dont accept substitutes In case your drug gist happen to be out of it we will send if to you direct SfOO PER BOTTLE TRIAL SIZE 25 CENTS The American Pharmacal Co Manufacmnnir Chemists Evansville Jnd Sold locally by S C J HAYDON Pharmacist w J y T 5000000Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEE theLiodHeadswe have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same LJonHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which Witt make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in asimany estimates as desired There will M I TWO GREAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair the secondreTates to TetMl Vote For President to bo cast Nov 8 19W ao oooOowill be distributed in each of these contests makiaf 4000000 on the two and to make it still more interesting in addition to this amount wewilhtf veal I Grand first Prize of 55OUOOO Five Lionrieads I cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 centstamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums I to orte vote in I either contest WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What will bo the total July 4th attendance at Jhe St Louis Worlds Fair At Chicago July 41893 the attendancewas 283Z73 For nearest correct estimates received inWoolson Spice Corn panyi Toledo Ohio on or before June 30th TO will tUfo first prize for the nearest correct estlmatesccond prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize i J25OOOO 1 Second Prize lOOOOO 2 Prizes S5OOOO each lOOOOO- 6 PrIzes 2OOOO tlOOOOO1O Prizes 1OOOO lOOOOO- 2OtPrlzes 6OOO 1OOOOO- SO Prizes 2bOOH lOOOOO- 26O PBlzes 1OOO 26DOOO- 180O Prizes SOO 9OOOOO 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO I 4279 PRIZES 4279vto the a Is shall givi 5SN to Groctrs Clerks sn In COFFEE Miking rind trial cf WiH COMPLETE PARTICULARS IN OF LION COFFEECONTEST LaxatiHOPIE AND TAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BYii Fineule Medicine fyb Chicago SA Sold by C Worlds Fair Visitoi Vilt bj adding a trip to Cylorado Utah ort the Pacibc Co ist louring the delightful locky Mountain region via the Denver Rio Grande Railroad which has more scenic attractions mountain resortsl mineral springs arnd hinting and fishing grounds than jny other line in the world The mvigQrating climate of Coloi ido jrnaUes it especially in ryitiog rorja surmner yacation As hoallli resorts Manitou Colo rado prings Glenwood Springs Suit Luke City aie world famed Low rates prevail to Colorado and Utah via all lines ailovinp liberal Stop overs at an west of Coloradol points Through cor sprviqe from t ttLouis and Chicag to Colorado Utah arid Califriia ponts Superb timing cars servFce a la carte on1 Oil through ti tunsI Beautifully illustrated booklets ill be sent free on application to i t S KlIOOPEB G A DcnverCol iJ rtSScientists announce that flrights diserfse Kllabctcs icyBtitis and every form off kidney and urinary troubles As well as rheumatism lumbago and aimilac do not and calinp exiSt in the pine forests The very air is laden with the heajing and invigdfatirig breath from the pines Pineulea bring health to your home and are a iiev filling cureforall the above tr9jiblcs CJ llajdoi 54s1111R SllffFrS4SQllId KllO Thi Foleyfr Jfpucy and Tar has euro many cases of that wcrd con Bidercdhopelcas Mis Adolph Bites ing 701 West Third St Dayenportj Iowa writes A severe cold contracted twelve years ago was neg cdted until it finally grew Into asth Da The best available medical skill could not give me more than temporary relief LoleysHondy and Tar was recommended and one fifty cent bottle entirely cured me of asthma wbici had been growing on ire for years and if I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years of SuIle ring Sold by Wood cc Campbell to the one who is nearest correct on both and thus your estimates hava tw opportnnltiesof wmrfingabijrcash prize you PRESIDENTIAL What will bethe total Popular Vote cast for President vots for all candidates atthB election November 8 I election J3959653 pdople voted for President For nearest cot met estimates received In Woolson pice Cos office Toledo O on or Nov 5 we will give first prlzo for the nearest rect estimate prize to the next neateate terete as follows 1 FirstPrize 26OOdO 1 Second Prize X lOOOOO 2 Prizes S5OOOO each 1OOOOO 6 Prizes 2OOOO 000001O Prizes 1OOOO Prizes 6OOO 1OOOOO 5OPrlzes 2000 ifc lOOOOO 250 PrIzes 1OOO i 26OOOO- iqOO Prizes 6OO 9OOOOQ 21J39 PRIZES TOTAL J2OOOOXK 345000100IR HIs we piriiftllirs LIOM cms a DETAILED PACKAGE SPICE CO DEPT OHK Strengthens Haydotf profit excursion PxtT affections great asthma twelve contests t FOLLOW THE FLAG GALIFORHIA AN- DHORTH WEST Th bash Railroadl and its connections offer Aye F low rates to Colonist and HomejSeek ers from March Also very 16y round trip rate to San FranciscoAND Los AngelesOtr Account of General Conference Methodist Episcopal Churcfi Tickets on sale April 22 to lfaj3b For further particulars call on acV 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