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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r i i THF NEWSLEADER J i1 G iK i i1 wsriesV lXIl No 24 C SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTS EMTITCKY JUNE 16 1904 f t f100 A YEAH t11N LJJ ICIIILin J I IUlTU I kSvBThoifliBOll6 UNDERTAKERS Jr tio AND EMBALMERS Carry ia stOCk all kUrii of Fanera UMopiHONE53 0lJR BiBECTORY PRIXGrILvD county seat of TI Mirtof1 GoJotnty 52 miles south east of ifciiBRton 59 miles from t i Old i1 Bardsfown branch of Louisville aa Nashville railroad in afarminK ac1 agricultural district jEwo Banks telegraph and telephone flour mills lumberlines expres office jyarrts popzatiOn 1100 population of tfeuntyl5X0 Kepresentative iu Congress Hon D I ir Smith odKenvi11e Ky tprsentatiYe in Kentucky Leffis i 4ature lion W D Claybrooke keprescntative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster1 Lebanon KT tJsCunty DirctoryL r CIRCUIT COURT Circuit coL rtbegilictnthe fourth Moiday in February May and Qcto fi t MY 4oEpattesnIJudg OR JL Durham Commonwealth At f1 boey JPM Campbell Clerk M G l eachman Master Co miss r JJQUART XIV COURT I Quarterly Court is hlldt on the third onday in each month r4iitsey Julge d1 COUNTY COURT J County Coart meets on the fourth Qnday1n etch muth 1JL Litsey Judge MV F Bopker County Clerk TsL Mayes County Attorney r George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isfeam Sidney Osborne iv JMullican DeputisV c1Masters James P Moore County Snryeyor JI Royalty Assessor- T P OBryah leputy Robert NoeTreasurer b Oi NOf1trmeryCbronet jfVW Bush Snpt of Common Se oilf P 0 Springfield CITY COURT Jaines R Noe Police Judge John Grac2 Marshal flV i Grigsby City Attorney f JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January r 1pril Juyanddctobcr GhuchDirectory1 ff i J METHODIST CHURCH Rev JD Ward Pastor Services nthe First and Third Suudavs in each rinoutltat 11 amahd73O pniSun 4day School every Sunday at 10 am paerrmeeting every Wednesday aight CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev ta 5PF Henuessay Pastor Set vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock aY a m Services atSt Rose same hours n CHRISTIAN CHURCH jjeVf = Felix Pastor Service second and fourth I Sunday Is each monthtPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T DLatimer Pastor Preaching every Sandaat l t am QI and at 7 pra Suniay school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock t Fraternal Ordeas MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets first and third Mouday in each month WashingtOn R A Chapter No 57 w meets every secoad Tuesday SpfiBjirfield Council no 52 meets on everY tourthMonday l7 KNICHTS of rMz1LkcAwEEsMeet ftnfint tiiineach mon 1rAMERICANI4 II r l TRUSS IaitI uPkkCPse It III 1 3 DDDM Foraje by 0 J Haydon IIiT ratior iifiigt aa out of the way 1ij erote from civilization JffiiiiJif i offcea driven to desi i rUot ia Ie case of accident mvtilt Burns Cuts Wojnde 1Yicars atc Lay in supply of 0 B eidteia Arnica Salve Its thiS bteti1 5c at Lr j s DrtOte miifiN mw wtim Aj ROUND OF TALK YW Ye Son jOf Juno fThe burstynge buddes be fayre to see Their weight doth bend ye bow Their fragrance gladly wad be free With Junlu flowere WtYe grasses In the broad rich meade Do nurture well ye coW And eke thereon the lambkyns feed Wit June in flowere now Full jolle is yehusbandmanne He giveth up ye plow And goeth fishing when he can With June in flowere now rd ayne go forth where blossoms be Wad busynesse allow It dont and t mourn bitterlee With June in flowere now rcanjnonas pastor of the Springfield Baptist church it seems has accepted a call from a church at Elkton Ky The Todd County Progress published at that town gives him a good sendoff which is headed The Cannons Opening Charge It says further Our Baptist brethern propose to shoot with a big gun this year having se cured the services of a Cannon Having heard the openingcharge Sunday morning the editor of The Progress is of the opinion that the brethern selected Wisely and the campaign against sin will be measurbly successful Rev SJ Cannon the new pas tor preached his opening ser mon Sunday morning to a good sized congregation severe warm weather considered His text Was Noalls Mission and his deductions therefrom were eminently practical The preacher seems disposed to stand on a brQad ireligious platform He says while he is a Baptist he puts Christjanity above church isms and wants to unify and Christianize The sermon7 met with general approval p- xIT BRINGS iUCKcAll Ohio exchange speaks of a man who always pays his local paper two years in advance As are suit he has never been sick in his life never had corns on his toes or toothache his potatoes never rust the frost never kills his pears his babes never cry at night his wife never scolds and he succeeded in serving two terms on the school board with out being criticised And there is another thing which we have noticed in regard to the man jwhp is liberal with his home paper Wehave never known a candidate to be defeated for office who is prompt to announce his candidacy jn the county pa Fand who planks down the cash in advance for the same Its a sure thing and brings good luck A little cash in ad vance invested with your county paper is worth a barrel put put among workers who only York the candidate himself which they do to aqueens taste Iilxxor The lawlessI namiters trappers etal evidently havelittle faith in the de claratidh pf the Prosecuting At torney of the Circuit Gpurt that all such will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law if one is to judge fr6m the reports of thE law breaking It is said that a w lOlesalerai4was made on the fish in Beech Fork in the Fred erickstown vicinity last week by big party of Marion county men The crowd according to reports came prepared to get fish and they got em nor did they scruple as to methods The result of one raid was given at 600 pounds of fish and every known means was used inclu ing that destructive agencydy namite It is needless to have a- lw for the protection of gme unless some active measures ate taken to enforce it Under the new game law passed at the llast Legislature the County Judge Is required to appoint game wardens for each county to see ithat the law is not violated and to bring about the punishment of any violations iif possible These wardens are to be appointed in ithis county as soon as a copy of iheaQt is received re and then there should be something doing in the effort to stop allllawless ness in fishing It is the duty of t5wyJSwJJ every godd citizen anyway 01 report lawless acts whether he be an officer or n6k it IN EW ROUTE Mackville i sI to have a free rural deliv I eryrdut to start from thatpoint and to take in a territory lying ea tandnorth of the town serving a population of 161 people Ib will like all other routes in the county be a great conve nience to a large number of peo pIe who have heretofore not had good mail facilities Thc new route will start July I5thThe carrier has not yet been named although an examipation was held some time ago Applica tion for another route out of Waiisburg was made at the same time but it hasbotyet been acted upon but probably will be shortly IE reIviball has occurred and the local players and fans have become quite enthusiastic over the game The game on Tuesday with the female aggregation of ball play ers was the first match game of isonandg nized and prepared to meet all comers There is sqme good material among the locaj boys and with practice a good win ning club should be organized A good diamond has been laid off and prepared on the Graded School grounds and some good games will doubtless be pulled off this season IF AIR VISITORS The first party of Springfield folks to visit the Worlds Fair left this week It is probable that there will be a large numberfrom the town and county tp take in the big attraction bu there seems to be a disposition among the majority of those who will attend to wait until later n or in the fallL September will probably be the most popular month al though as jar as the attraction is concerned there will at any tinfe be more than anybody can reasonably expect to see and the exhibition is now well underway 4 DO IT TODAY The timeworn injunctionj i NeAer put off till tomorrow what you can do tQdayis now generally presented iin this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want tp give you about that hacking cough or de moralizingcold with which you have been struggling for several days po haps wpeks Take some reliable remedyfor it TODA 1 and let that remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup whiQh has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you com pletely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs Germ n Syrup will surely affect a cures fthas done be fore in thousands of apparentlyt hopeless cases off lung New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At 0 J Haydons drugstore L SifoDE Heart is assured by perfect digestioil Indi gestion swell the stomach and puffs iit up against the heart This CAuses ahortneas of breath palpitation othc heart and general l weakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures ihdipestton re Heves the stomach takes the strain off the heart and restores it to a full per natureilykodolincreases abling Jtthe stomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate and appro priate to the blood and tissues all of the food nutriment Tones theI stomach and digestive organs Sold by all druggists Bees LAXATIVE Honey and Tar is the original Eaxatlve cough cure It is the beet Jaxatiye cough syrup madeI Beefl Laxative Honey and Tar con talus the antiseptic healinr soothing and strengthening properties of tbe Native Pine cottbintid with other in 1 gredients in a laxative syrup made from pure strained honey Cures alll coughs and strengthens weak lungstt Sold by C J Hapdon 4 Valley Hill News iis scarce this week but we will try to be with the rest in our specia1coluirinsr First of all we must say that we were lucky to have Mr Hubert Virgin of Maud who is a candidate for Assessor in our midst last week Mr Virgin is well known throughout the honorItiblei first attempt in politics and we sincerely wish him success We can truthfully say that he is fully qualified to fill the office I and therefore he will be a hard man to defeat Hon Ham Shehan of Maud was at the home of Edward Goatley ThursdayI I The crops are needing a gentle rain in this section I Mrs Tom Baker and William Janes were in our midst last Friday Itt seems as though the road question is dead the Question and Answer column has never anyquestionslicly Why will a person pay twice as much for a paper not half as good when the NEWS LEADER answers the requirements of all Mesdames Zak Leachman and Annie Godby pf Aillsboro visited Mrs Susie Hughes Monday Mr Byron rksthe popular horse trader cf theprove passed through out village Friday He looked somewhat downhearted Mrs Tyler of near Fredericks town visited het daughter Mrs Ben Janes Sunday Messrs Lucian Gregory and Dave Snowden were in qur midst warmlywelcomed Mesdames Frank Beaven and Walter Janes of near Science Hall were at the home of Mrs Donahue Friday Mr Smith visited at the home of W B Ballard last week t Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes and W E Elliott arid wife were at the home of M D Reed Sun day Thomas Reed and wife visited relatives in Maud Saturday and Sunday Miss Maranda Tucker visited Miss Lida Grundy last week JO Mann purchased a graph ophone from T A Tatum last week price 20 One of the Groves most popu lar young gents is frequenting our neighborhood and we sin cerely hope that he will not have the veil of defeat cast over him as did the young M D of that place It this happens he will be the next to follow the exam pIe of the Rose andN tions Clyde Goatley was at Maud Sunday Mrs J L Moran wasat the home of Mrs I L J nes Sunday A couple of our young citizens were driving a young horse Sat urday with intentions of taking a trip but the horse became unmanageable and broke out a shaft hich prevented their trjp This was a bitter disappoint ment and they have tne sympa thy of UNO StarUil End nCB Fresh testimony ui greatquan tityjis constantly coming inde claring Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent cxpressiorf from T J Pharland Bentorville Va serVes as example He writs HI had Bronchitis for thr e years and doctored all the time without being benefitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery ahd a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Thjoat and Lung trouble s Consumptin Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c anti 100 Au Alarm ClOCK For 26c If you want to get up early and feet good all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refreshing sleep with a gen tie movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howell Houston Texas says Early Risers are the best pill made for constipation lick headache bIlUousnej etc Sold by all druggists c a DD LFTTfR OffICE RELfCS Curl6us Collection from the Mall In the Government World Pall Exhibit The Post Office Departments exhibit in the United States Coy slFa1rithings The collection taken from the Dead Letter office in Washington is the most curious pf an It contain a almost very thing Iroman aligatorto a pocket knife There are several young aligators rattlesnakes scprpions dolls pistols knives brass knucks canes shoes bats and all kinds of curios which were sent through the mails but were never called for or else were LiBld for postage and finally were buried in the Dead Letter office Another feature of this exhibit is more pathetic than amusing itS a large collection of jvar time photographs of Union and Confederate officers and private soldiers that were sent from the field to loved ones at home but never reached their destination These old photcgraphs could tell many a tale of love hope sor rowand separation but are only mute relics of bygone days and their pathetic tales remain untoldVAnother feature of the Post office Departments exhibit shows the methods of carrying the mails Here arepaidtings of the various kinds of mail car riers in Uncle Sams service The plainsman of the West on his trusty broncho is galloping across the trackless plains with his mail bag across his saddle The mail carrier of the Irozen wilds cf Alaska is seen on snow shoo with his pack on his back anua man dog sledge with sown dogs from Alaska standing asif ready to start ross the snowclad plains The mail car rier of the northern woods of Maine on his snow shoes and the Porto Rican mall carrier on his little mule are other features of this interesting exhibit An old stage coach which saw service in the Rocky Mountains for many years carrying United Slates mail and passengers is an interesting sight showing the old method of carrying the mail while an up to date electric mail car shows tn new method Country mail delivery is shown in moving pictures illustrating the arrival of the rural mail back the delivery of the mail to the rural population and the gathering of the mail through tho country A postal car inte nor is exhibited with its mass of mail sacks sb wing how the mail is handled on the railroads These features give instructive object lessons to the public and give better ideas of the magni tuae of Uncle Sams domains and its varied climates and conditions Youthful Rollers Willie Higvins and Charles Sauce two negro lads about ten years of age are the llatest addi tions to the highway robbery fraternity in Danville Last Saturday afternoon about four oclock they jumped on little Barrett Nichols the eightyear old son of Mrc John Nichols the laundryman and relieved him of a small sum of money which had been given him by his father to get changed The lads demand ed the money cf Nichols andA when he refused they pounced upon him and whileone held Ayers To 6e sureare growIng old But why let everybody see it in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone tee If yop will lIthrVgorV your gray hair will soon hive all the deep rich color of youth Sold for eo years Tam oTer Yd sne ibmthick Blowy bead of Ju21 hair whIch a wonder to one who sees It AtC o- ts7brZZvff1OSsbott1 41 for WhitcHJ him the other got the pocketbook containing the money Young Nichols immediately reported the robbery to his father and the culprits were apprehended The Higgins boy has been in the House of Reform for a term and is a good candidate for the penitentiary His mother works in toe city and was only last week called upon to adminis tel a sound thrashing to him m police court on the recommenda tion of Judge McDowell The money had been spent when the boys were found but the mother of Higgins promised to refund it T Advocate All Dmoists ask the readers of this paper to test the yams of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persefla who have fused it and who have been cured by Jr do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends Kodol digests whatyou eat cures indigestion dyspepsia ami all stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the steniacliand digestive organs to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia cure is pleas antand palatable Sold by all Druggists Pinettlea is the name of a uew dis covery put up in ft Mew way acartain cure for all Kidney and Bladder tron bles Rheumatism Lumbago etc You are requested to call at our store and let us show you Pineales derived fieni the plnes Sold by HaydonH Pharmacy A Drip Ti Deatk Wallace Dean met with a fear Jul death at the fluor spar mines near Salt Spring in Ibis county yesterday He had brought Sup rlntendent Jenkins dinner to the mines MrJenkins took the dinner and walked into the turn nel which is 50 feet long At the end of this tunnel is i shaft 50 feet deep This is covered by two doors leaving about 18 in cnes between them it being the purpose tq place an engine over this opening to pump water out of the hole Jenkins reached this opening and stepped acros it and did not mow that Mr Dean was following him A few moments after crossing the shaft he turned and 40 his horror saw Dean shoot down through the opening into the 50feet hole About 80 feet below were some rafters extending across the shaft and in the fall the body struck these timbers and hor ribly crushed dropped to the water below 20 feet further down He was taken put as soon as possible and it was found that besides other iinjuries hIt neck was broken He was fifty years old and leaves a wife who was Miss Nora Nave poroner Gibbs held the inqietHarro- dsburg HeraldV That fttgWl Heaiacie Would quickly leave you ii you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up y our health Only 25c mOney back it ot cured Sold by 0 J Haydpo Druggist Will It Ic sl1 David Highbauffh Smith United States Senator Hpd en yule Ky If one may read aright the signs of the times and properly figure courses of the sturs of tha Jtjical hrmaraent t will besq written in the near future Of course you all know itldpprec ate the geniallDave but with this best of men there is bound to be somewhat the prophet without honor ir his own country The man whose duties occasionally call him to the nations capital or into the councils of the national Democ racy comes to look upon Smith as one of the Coming men who have already arrived Such iai the estimate hisa billties demand at the hands of his compeers in the halls of Congress and it Is but fitting that in an age whea young ara to the front Hcdgen villes foremost citizen should be sent to represent the proud old Commonwealth iithe foru where ner most iillustrious Ihave served LaBue CoMy- Herdid t l Rings Dyrp p8ia Tablet lutaaIy- 1vsiIevsistoack i and aW dtgUSJ They are at pleacwir a s leaf pr rlOItanhSold b7 liaydiii brmIC1 t I t tieiiiiii Mts From The Enterprise Court day was rather dull there being scarcely a handfulpf people iin town The wither was propitious for farm work hence the absence of the crowd While therb was some stock on the market there was not enough to justify either ofthe auction eers in retiring from business to live sales on their profits 6f Mondays I Mr JoeMsckIn has made a contract with St Marys College to build the foundation off their large gymnasium which iis tobe erected within the next two months He has also the con tract to build tne stone fund tion of St Catherine Academy which is to be erected this IU01I mer near the old siteI Joes hands are full but he says he 0 will be able to do all the work A very sad accident oclcurred near Texas Washihgton County last Saturday afternoon Lewis Hay the fifteen year old son of M Belle Hays was on his way home from ajfishing trip when tlI horse fee was riding fell through a culvert on the dirt road near Texas The boy wjuf pinned to the ground by tIe hea5y animal and crushed is a most horrible manner QJh ac cident happened about 2 oclock in the afternoon and d thito rejieve the unfortunate boys sufferings Sunday morning Fa neral Monday at Belhlehism GOO J SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Theicnain source is the verand all the fine spirits ever made in She Blue Gus State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandobe il effects it produces Yoa cant liavelOOdIptritJand a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be iin fine condition it you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful height of eye light of step vigorous and successful il your purauits You canpntyour liTe in fine condition by using Greens August Flower tntgreatest of all medicines for tIe liver and stoaiach and a certaia cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite bdusenoW remedy for over thirt five years August Flower will make your liter healthy and active itiHcftfius leaure you a liberallupp1J of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 7fct AtC J Haydons dru sto1J rldIIJC1ii1M Tfie feeliHg of 1pend1igdoo inS the aaasy Victims of Bright s ditaand diabetes Sea beta chaed to thaikfmleM by the beatit derived from takfaf iToleya Kidaey Jare It will cure iaeipieat Scigk s dIsease and diabete and even Ii the worst case gives comfort and relief Slight disorder re cared in a fcjrjiayi Jt kid diabeUs iia its worst fprwriIee Marion 4te of DtlfJ tIIK1 i tried eight phyiiciasr withpet relief Only three bottles of Foley p Kidney Cure mademe well man SoW by Wood Campbell HaaZa ta certaimly a setlc for Pile This new discovery te p tnp iu a olipsble Ufe ewitk c4zeko be appttei wfcere t1OIt needed Stope tke pain iltaU led cures S 4dbyHay doss Pharmacy Mr Lancasters ivdI Mr RB lAncasterV will 41 recta that all kia just debts be paid That fl000 be ptkl to Rev JT Pike to help erect UM main altar of theeW St Charles hurch and tjiat one mais per month be said Before said alter for the repoee of the soal of his father and other dijc Medrela t1ea who are Jaf td im the St Chmrles cetg terf i ItNive 1300 tolha ps tor gt St aetil toFatbar ZilertRayw1cka0O to St Boa Pectory to be waadfor Maaaaafoc the repose of his own soelawthesolaol his two caaaW wjvaa flOJ iU ftk4i e SJrao 1b oo SIt 1100 to the UrfwlitteSwUnifui oto be InveSted tba inoooie fnbai which a maaa ia toaaiwid tlU first Friday Of each mooth in MOT of j a gaxsradHaarifoc tba aifftrinr amila in purgatory I The axactttors ae directed to Itli bSslrOPIr7POIiW1 IJKi ysty N tsy dem best sa after tkattxHra apecia bleats are MtdI4 s bb MeA ba converted into Qua ite eojriyalenV the iiv t mairderI iis to be divided equally I tamong his children His watch and chain were willed to E B Lancaster His sons Ben caster were Jrjj l without bond and requested to aiake estateThelasvtany devisee or legates contesUf will they shall have no part Iif the estate LebAnoh Falcon t1 m lem All EneriCICt j pan anything be wore than t to feel that every niiuta will be your last Such Was tkaep rience of rs S H Newscn Decatur Afa For three years she ritesH1 endured insuffer able pain lrglindigestion stomach aid bowelL trouble Death spemecfiipeTiUibla 1f I ui Electric fAtBitters amflKthe result fjj ivai miraculous I imDrore atH once and now IJoi cooapleUjyG recovered For Llyer Kidney B4oaiach and Bowel troublcsSl4CtriCBlt TI is the ottly isiiJA idle Only lOc Its 1rawiW byO J JJotDr1l1 Li lllll 4 WedKer One Hundrst D1ars Re war4f9f MjfcaMoC Catarrk that can sot ke cured by Han Oatarrk cWec FJ CHENilYCOTiO iWethe iT45rn4ned have 1CMwa J Cbeney for the 1itl yIa4c1tI 4 betfeye him pe ftcUy boworablet ta- U binta transactions and Saan- daily abl to carryout any pblicaji tioeismdebykistlri WAIDLiG EJNN NtXA1tt Wkolecale Dra IWT 4de O t Halls Catarrh Cure kfa4i m liter Mllyactiaf dkectly spos the Weed andcoa surfaces of ih systemt I Teff imoHiaic seatfree Pticc 1 per bottle SlldbyalH Dragfisis Tab Fallfi Familr PiUs for CMcUfatkW I Faiuss kI1dkzzvd M Ndua Mr Charles T Tpaon a proaainent farmer of aar town JJ iOfrmsth Standard that time famous Balled Bu ariwa ai t Visitor to his place a sort tiae ago Mr Thorap6oaands ffral others were at kin a iekl when their attention warn attract t ed by the tinkling of a be pbll The sounds can from akota and oa looking up a burl was seen nappiDr tf1l taiTJJ diaiaaeei lat a little aboya earth The tInkling ofthlhl warn quite a dibla uitil the fttl bird began to sal when the sounds ceaWdt Mr Thoinpeoa resumed hia woricftad siorUr af t terward the bosaard rpteraed ringingi his bell ia a very decided saaner After cirU aroood f1fthaN the hiM ditappwrad and fas sot bft mN n sinoi A billed buzzard ha pariodkaJlf j medeiiappearsecsintkiisasclion t eat whether the oaa that rcent 1rv Ited here it the sane cm that krat attracted 4Unik ia ir problem waaraiiiabletoaaaWerir Stiwdardf w V t js J AXXtrvB Hey ai4 Tir is fUircreat from all eHtMfeeipli syrupjui It contains aatMestic p et Jitss o dstrey the grm as4Mp- copEtits te eat the plkgad km Uprofertks to cliue te1necs Lszative Ifeos ant Tans L pkMHtiti perma Mt ewe for all ccfM etlda l qf awl bronckUltro b4i tSo1lllty UayilMis PfcaMMlcVi TakcWaraas if iA pfrpantile copaaypstd alargposteroaaJ bftdga The wimTcattaad it to flatter end scar a taaa TkteamiipPad theWEg aoverbroketwodoea eggs a ham strap the drirara leg idnaxle tree Tby awayadthrougkspsappink r stuijf a OllDi i Jy oftheseJUtXk her lips swelled to fuob ict j a jtroportkmi that ber but 11w left her and weot to the Bhaippinaar 1beldriver sued tbajitim Iw daoMtfaa Otfa bon dreii aid eighty wilaaaaoa feaia ealpad When they irara aske- dwbAtwaaadYefeedoethepm f er OM or them coald bell Moral fut rour mnts on thc p ges of pail 4but aid = ip idtt jA5OAjThhI- WYNnAIuyIIt IdWI Been the VtV- tJi Vt- PENEWSEAORPUBL J A YfUt Ml ADVANCfc f7 SIIIO pLD xv I B I BAVISON JrJ tIJ FtINl11 iA j LiasLrt14uJuasisSst 14 e PlC- 1 f Wb es44 4 pUtIclWItt11 sr1taslt ITblbt easb M S S t a bs U18olS4lel 141 H1IalA7 9WSl4ss NflpectS 1iMJNI 1 150 500 v V00 tIJM1retO ess IgUDAT JUNE IS 1904 We Me Mrtkcrk d to zaOWICl the MM Of O1011GE D JAltmOtT j1 a eMiHk tot t4 iSos of Sbwifl tWasIW ewimfj stbectJ to the Mtkm of Ute DeaOOratic party etIt Noycet p05 Year nUaMdtG BfloUflCl J I OSBOURNE- M a oa dHhit for the ofice of Sheriff of WMItoe ooHVty n elected H B Fowoll 3d M Ww S Anderson oiil IkCbICt MdletHl1 will M his tpMIii1S fcJ ct to tM action of ths DOCrUC pCIMF1 A CQItt 8th 4 AWeare authorized to announce FRANK KEEN as acaHIater the office of Sheriff of Washl jrtom county subject to tile acticm of the eJlllOCratJcprimary AWfWJt ti 1904 If elected his depu tit will be K H Xullican Henry HUto George Coxanougher and George Bowen we are aMbodead toaoiC t GIOUG D CATLETT t ala CidIdM for rekCU9l to the rt bileof Jailer of Waihi ton county w aijoct to too action ot the Demo eriitepCI17 A i t th 1904 XJFC are authorized to announce r T P OBRYA- Na d a candidate for the office of Asses eorof Washington county subject to 1 Tthe actloBofthe Democratic primary August 8 1904 Your support re r8ctfolly solicited t ire are authorized to announce V D CLAYIROOK- Bit ilcaa4Wte for RePresentative iin th ftewer h eotjtoK ntucky Leg kfatwe frmt0fl county to the Democratic qtt subject ac4jBrae pCirT AuIt Willie Hcwho the news w pipers still insist is not in it for the Democratic nomination for President iis still getting instruc T tibnsA His latest capture is nil 4t 11318 and h9is an account of IhdW it wa done A dispatch says the Iinois Democratic cone vantion at Springfield Tuesday Was completely dominated by Join P Hopkins assisted by Jjhn P Quinn of Peoria who presiedwitb a reckless display t 5 of gayer rule Mayor Harrison was unseated as a delegate and tieftfor home without entering the convention hall Lawrence B Stringer as nominated for i Governor after the other candidates Prentiss and Crolius had withdrawn in angry speeches dedaring that the convention- did not represent the Democrats of Illinois John P Hopkins A M Lawrence B6n T Cable 9 and Samuel Alschuler wee elec- tel delegates at large to the national convention The dele ijirates were instructed to vote for 4ftf73 iW B Hearst fgr President so long ai his name is before the convention War in the far East has been quiet for Some time but it still- goes merrily on as the following fightingJbetween the Russians and Japa Ie has occurred in the vicinity Yafangow Gen Stakelbiirg In- vaii official report to the generals iffat St Petarsburg says the Japanese forces made several uBSUocessful attempts to turn 1 the TJussian armys flank but- the Russians maintained their 1 petition at severe loss A report ffoaa Tohdo says Lieut Comman iJ der pa and nineteen men were killed aiPort Arthur by an ac cident to iaj Japanese torpedo Nh i fi DliilTn HlWAni 111 rt SS- se rsr1w LYnc TttPaclee1l Ky wriMi iH Had a oven oaw of ki+Mftr ilfeeaoe 4 three of the bet yKyiSci ia vKeottacky trAtd ac withit aeeoea- rrSI ii t0ofcro4 r S Kdn 7Cue rile tff t bottle qiiate relief and- throe bottle cw 4 nie penrancntly f 11nd thIs wonderful tf 4 by Wood A ampbll f iItiNtW 3 t iI AlLi j News From The Gounty 1 MppenInAon j tfc ounty Pejrte i IjIj V T as Reported byour Correspondents t1 AAft n AAIIAftIIf1Inn nnnnnnnJnnnftn ftJUUtf UI WALPleasant Grove Miss Ella Sweeney of Lebanon is visiting Misses Mable and Bessiie Thompson this week Judge B L Litsey and M G Letchman attended tha Demo c atic Stale Convention at Louis rule Iastwcek- The long anticipated and much talked of hayride for lEst Wednesday night which was to make glad the hearts of the yfcung ones and to lake advan tageof the sunless sky would give chance for the bashful lad to whisper his secret of love to the bIuingmias was much to the sorrow of all interested postponed on account of paren tal objection Mr James P Thompson one of Pleasant Groves best young men who unfortunately forth last year has been very low with a complication of diseases has returned from the McChord In firmary of Lebanon very much improved we are glad to say Master William Sweeney of Lebanon has returnedhome after pleasant visit to his aunt Mrs Alice Thompson are David l Litsey iis at home from Central University of Daa yule for the summer DrRodman Williams and your correspondent accompanied by Missel Davis and Graham Van Arsdale paid Tatham Springs a visit last week We find that this famous Ibuntain oryoufch with Its world wide reputation that has attracted visitors from all parts of the globe has become more attractive this season than ever Messrs Vm Medley Geo Robertson and Vatben imras ol Springfield were here Sunday afternoon We feel proud to think that our little circle is to be honored with such as these but Wathen our girls cannotstay out driving until 10 oclock pm Mr Irvine Adams arid wife spent Sunday with Mrs NP Thompson Mr R Y McElroy of Leba non was here Suudiy afternoon Mr B Leacnman spent Satur day and Sunday with his uncle John Browne of Penick V Miss Elizabeth Mae Gregory will attend commencement exer cises at Nazareth this week Mr Stanley Edwards the hustling book agent of Perry yule who has been here for the past week pushing his trade is makng a strong attempt to rob the Grove of one of her fairest daughters Mr Carl Walls was atKirklavd Saturday and Sunday Mr Byron Parks visited his parents in Perry ville last week HiIJsboro Rev John Marcum will preach at thisp1ace the fourth Saturday night and Sunday in this month Miss Eertha Lee Edgerton spent Wednesday night with Miss Ellen Gregory of the Grove Mrs Louis Clark and children spent Sunday with Mrs Julia Leachman Mrs Mattie Dragqd and sis x r Miss Same Fitzgerald spent ast Wednesday with their brother Mr Mike Fitzgerald of Spring field Miss Addie Foster is spending this week with Miss Annie Deep JMr Leslie Shewmake left Monday for the home of Mrs Bettie Hord where he will en gage as overseer for her thre maindcr of the year Miss Bertha Miller and brother Mitt Lcachman entertained their many young friends in a most charming manner Wednesday night iJQi hooor of Miss Addifc FosETh s visiting ifthe community IMisses Susie antL Bertha Ed gerton had as their guests sung day Kiss Lida Virgin of Mud and Messrs Ed Kelly of Valley Hill and Hugh and Mitt Lcah man of this place The boys of HillsbonJ had a very interestln game 6 base ball here Saturday afternoon Miss Artie Sutton of Willis burg is the pleasant guest or her cousin Miss Hattie Settles this week and it seems that since two lIlALUS lcolor to gray hair Sold for fifty years L of Willisburgs fairest daughters have been Visiting old Hillsboro two of our young men are aU- smiles Mr Richard Scruggs and children of Tatham spent Satur day and Sundaywith his sster Mrs Cora Mcllvoy Misses Flossie arid Pearlie Armstrong spent Saturday night with relatives at Tatham Mr Frank Shewmaker was at Mackyille Sunday visiting his nephew Mr John Peter Miss Bessie Best of Anderson county is visiting her uncle and aunt at this place Two couples of young people of our neighborhood spent Sun day atTaihara and had adelight ful time Mrs Annie Godby and two children attended church at Mackville Sunday Several people of Hillsboro at tended church at F nwick Sun day afternoon which was con ducted by Bro Marcum E Mr tBiirns of Fairyiew spent llat week here with his daughter Mrs Edgar Settles Forest View e Forest View was well represented at the commencement at Loretto last Tuesday arid also at Nazarethpn Wednesday- Miss Lillie Osborne is visiting her sister Mrs Ed McClahr in Marion county this week BurnettSimms of Louisville passed through here on his way to Frederickstown last Sunday Walter Derringer of Valley Hill was rusticating among the fair sex of this locality last Sun day evening Walter is a bright boy and we are always glad to see him in our midst Two of the Fathers of St Rose called on us last Tuesday to examine our Indian relics which we took great delight in showing them and will be glad to exhibit other relics when they can find it convenient to1 call and willbe pleased to see them at our bumble hdme at auy time Mr AUord Newton seems io be getting along nicely quarring rock for St Catherines founda tion We bid them God speed as the lofty towers of that great institution will be seen from our door The show tbat was so exten sively advertised for Cecil v ille proved to be quite fc small fry Mr Henry Boon has bought about 100 hens and win start a poultry yard at the farm of Mr Pius Nally We wish him success Jet 0 Daniel tells us the fol lowing He heard his hens makiug a fuss one day last week and going to ascertain the cause of the row he spied an fold grey fox stealing off with one of his hens He drove him off a short distance and returned to the house and procured his strichrnno sprinkled a little on the dead hen and retired to await the consequences When hecame back he found Reynard stiff and cold in dent 1anU now his liens wander through the thickets and along the greens bauks of Shep ards Rnn in peace We see that Mr Wat O Bryan is almost broke down going night and lay Shipping hogsfrandt lambs We beg him to take a rest if the old boat never lands The growing cornin this sec tion is looking Ayell and the stirrers of thesoii have it in trim order TUJA Falliam Springs Miss Mallie Hahn the milliner of this place has returned to her home at Johnsonville after sell jug a large supply of hats 1Mi r Isaac Johnson is preparing to build a ncff dwelling house at this place Dr Hatchett and wife have gone tOSt Louis to attend the brtds Fair and ore going to dfklhbma to llook for a home while tliey are gone Isaac Johnson and Ivan Carey bought a store and dwelling house from Mrs Amanda Foster for8OOVMr Wmfield Lawson has moved rear Puljiam T i Mr George Dear had vcryf a VEGETABLE SICiLI- ANilairRenewer 1 Mikes the Htir crow long and UetTy and keeps It soft and flotty Stopt ftlline hair and cures dndruff4And it always restorest 4 bad luck at church here Sunday While tbe people were leaving church tne buggies crowded up together and a drunken fellow ran his b ggy up the shaft running through tho top of Mr Deans buggy tearing it clear across Rev Summers preached to a very large audience here Sunday Mrs Otis Tenkjns iis on the sick List Mr Leslie Snewmaker and Mrs Bertha Miler Mr Sam Montgomery and Miss Annie Dean and Mr George Deanwere- the guests of Misses Claudie and M audio Royalty Sunday Mr Samuel Keeling and fami ly of Louisville are visiting rela lives here Mr Hanna of HMTbd burg has engaged the lambs around here at 5c Mrs Tom Brown and Mrs Valoise Royalty visited Mrs Marshall Keeling Monday llast Mrs Reeling has a very Sick cbildSWe have had a very htieto bacco season and most of the farmers r have got llxeir tobacco set out iIilthis vicinity 1 Jensonfon Countyfudge Prewitt of Boyle county diedlast week in Danyil e J Morgan Harmon sold a bay mare to Will Tumey Perry ville for 140 Johiisayshehas a suckling coifworth 100 not for sale yet r J W Grain wasi visiting lbs son 0 H Crain last week Elder W T May filled his ar polntrnerit at Texas Sunday He had a Jar audience W H Milburn and wife were visiting A W Arnold last week Weare glad to see Mrs Milbqrn out again as she has been sick for sever weeks f J T Harmon was visiting ibis daughter Ella Harmon near this place last week J RT Pope J Wr Edwards and a few others met at the school house here last Sunday eve for the pnrlose of organizing a Sunday School Wil meet again next Sunday at 3 oclock Lonnie Campbell was visiting his father S M Campbell last Sunday at Springfield J P Crain and wife of Boyle county were visiting Mrs Nannie Harmon Sunday MrsJ L Raw lings and Miss Stella Rawling were visiting A H Grain last week Hardesty Schoolhouse Farmers are getting along nicely wkthtbeir crops Misses Lela and Ttvie 0cod lett attended church at Willis burg Sunday Rev Maxwell filled an appoint ment at the Schoolhouse Sunday evening Mrs J ti Gray spent Sunday with her lather Mr Gv W Suth erland Mr Jim Kays and wife spent Saturday night with his brother Mr Sol Kays at Pleasant Grove Mr D B Sutherland and son Jim left last FHday for St Louis to attend the Worlds fair Mr Walter Lewis and wile visited the fanJlly of Mr J L Williams Sunday Mrs Butler Barlow and little daughter Lucy have returned home after a two weeks visit with relatives Scottsville Iud Thurman Gheser has returned hpme from school at Bowling Green IISCUjgSVIf Miss Lettie Bishop is visiting her aunt Mrs Mattie Bishop near Bardstown Mr Jonn Hardin and Miss OraIday Rev Sommers filed his regu lar Eppointment at Rock Bridge Saturday and Sundar N Messrs George Shirley and wife L We Jenkins anrl wife andtt Mrs Mary Hines were guests of Mr and Mrs M V Crouch Sun gay rMr S E Y cum of Mobres ville and Miss Sallie Hendren ofI this place attended meeting at Tatham Springs last Sunday soniarsba1 HIRlndiQMiss Ih Colvlii and brother 1 r Disease takes no summer vicatipn If strength ypu us- eScotts need flesh Indtt Emulsion summer as in winter- Send for free sample SCOrr ft EOWNE ChemfcU 4 jmS Pearl Street New York jbc and Jixn all drujcutj I Garland will start for DeRa1l Ill j next Monday to join ther titherMr Samuel Colvm thru Mr Ci W Hardinand Mrs Anna Hafdin visited relatives ct Taylorsville last week E K Bishop and wife of this place and J A Seay angl wif0 of Perrrviiie will visit J A Bishop near Bardstown this week The shadow of death stil islonlyisl spirit of our friend and noigh bar Mrs Phoebe Hilton will be its eternal resting place 1waftfdto Keeling and family visited Mr Dave Curtsingerl and wife last Saturday lowest Mats Ever Made to ffiB southwest VIa the Rock MandFmc- oMem Are you interested If so get ready and take advantage of the lowest tate ever made to Arkan1 sas Texas and Indian and Oklahoma Territories Tickets on sate from Memphis St Louis and Chicago Februarj 16th March 1st and 13th and April 5th and 19th Call on your nqar est ticket agent or address H I McGumE District Passenger Agent tOincinnati Ohio j 1TQV GARDENING It Ii of AH Sort tilt Mutt Pltifol and IlldleqluuM Our counsel Is to Avoid all mlmlcrj In gurdeiilng as we woujil avoid It In speech or In gait Soniitlmes wfe do not mind Wing repetitious In gar dening we say ulniost the only thing which costs unduly In money or In mortification Is for one to try to give himself somebody elses garden One of the reasonswe give against It Is that it lends to toy gardening and toy gardening is of al sorts the most pitiful and ridiculous No true art we say cnn tolerate any make hc Ieve which Is not In some way liner than the reality It simulates In other words Imitation should always be In the nature of an amiable condescen slon Whatever falseness pretension or even mere fralltj1 or smallness sug gests to the eye the Ineffectuallty of a toy Is out of place in any sort of gar dening We do not actually speak all this but we Imply It and we often find that the mere utterance of the words toy gardening has a magical effect to suggest all the rest and to over whelm with contrition the had taste and frivolity of many misguided at tempt at adornment At that word of exorcism Joints of cerulean sewer pipe crested with scarlet geraniums rows of white cobbles along the walk or drive like a cannlbala skulls around his hut purple paint kegs of on the scanty doorsteps petuniasI kettles ot verbenas anthill and well sweeps and curbswhere no wells are go modestly and forever Into biivlonZG W Cable In ScrlbnersI FIRST PIANO MAKERi Two Specfmea ofCrltOforl5 Work Still In ExUtcacc It was a harpsichord maker Cristo Tus1cuuycessful piano As curator of Ferdinand de Medici tie had a splendid collection of Belgian French and Italian instru meats to look after and this undoubt edly aided him though the model was crude that the inventor could never have dreamed a monument would ever be erected In his memory Thero are oply two grand pianofortes of Cristo fdrl In existenceSOne decorated In gold and ChInese figures Is in Florence and the other ia In tho CrosbyBrown collection In the Metropolitan Museum of Art Three documents attest the authenticity of this lust Instrument which was pur chased from SIgnor Diego Martclll Irom this feeble beginning n longjlst of names could be mentioned of men who helpeU perfect the piano lint fnc torles alone could never have achieved without royalty to encourage nUll sir tuosos to play Frederick the Great or durcd five pianos for his palace where they can be seen at the present day Merle Antoinette wasn patron of the art and Clement in England and Mo zart in Germany Introduced the instru meats so It became a part of life It was In Pleyels concert room that Chopin played and our later firms have brought Qut a long list of artists Jo Bcffy Fadcrewskl and others House keeper Ive novcrauy pity for conceited pep pie because I think they cUrt their comfort about with them George Eliot CiiaiiilierWs Siomacli aand LiyerMels Better Than a Poesors PrescrJv slou Mr J W Turner of Truh rt Va says that Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets have done hint more good than anythirg he could get from a do torJIf any physician in this mediIhr results in cases of stomach trouble biUousuess or constipation his whole time wOuld be used in preparing tIis one mcdlcNhie For sale at Huydqns drugstore Pinesalveacts like a jpnltice There is no sore boil o abrasion of the skinj Pinetalve will riot cure Pinesalve draws tlie fire out of a burn instantly and heals without leaving a crISold by Haydons Phar- macyothUOETTAR tla4t oih ttltJt forctand StudebaKer Qr agons 00 y frt f I I I fL J I f 3 I I Jn ZJ l 1 7 J 1 Qr l and our of and L t Cash Paid for and FURS Sale- Jam fI JEqty De f By virtue of a judgment and order ot sale of tbe Wa hington circuit court rendered at tbe Mar term thereof 1904 in the above cause Ij shall proceed to Offer for sale at the Court House door in Ky ON MONDAY JUNE 27 1904 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be scribed property towit at a point on the and Chaplin turnpike road to corner to James Scott thence with his line as follows S 4Qi w 895 poles to a stake in a drain hence dpwn and with said drain as it S B6fw 22p poles thence Slw 85j pjles thence S 54i w 18ir poles thence S 5Li w 1108 poles 10 a beectr onside of the dr ain corner to said Scott thence up the hill runtiirig w th said 5 otts line S 311 E H poles to a stake on the ridge thence S 29 E 224 poles to a s agon a branch corner to same S 391w 61 poles S 5lw 315 poles S 24 w 3i poles S- 39i w poles t S UL w 5 puica S 45 w litvoles S 3U w 0 poles S 45 w 14 25 pules to a stone jjnsf above a leaning sycamore on the NOr thrstde of Water Run uhtnce thence down same leaving name 2 Won the left bank as you go to a stake opp site mouth of the kng branch thecce upend with the meanders of same as follows N 30iE 16 IIi poles to a small oak near u wate- gap N 2l E 2744 poles ihence N 2GV E 18 poles to mouth of notber branch thence up the E 17 poles thence N 42 E 19J polps to a beech snap thence N 48 E 24 poles thence N 49 E 18 c8 poles thence N 20 E 1880 poles thence N 461 E 4 poles to end of a slat fence N 30f E 41 poles to a stone Prathers corner also corner to Cheathandf thence witn the fence as it nOw stands S 69 E 13i poles thencq S 74 E 363 poles thence S 37 E S 45 poles to middle of said pike taining 73 acres For the purchase price the par chases or purchasers with approved security or sureties muse execute bond hearics legal interest from date at sale until paldand having tbe force and effect of a Judgment Bidders willbe required to comply with these terms M G M C w cc Sale iEsseneth Howell c Puff vs f Eqtr Charles W Oder Ac Deft By virtue of a order of sale of the Circuit Court rendered at the May term t thereof 1004 in the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court t House door in Springfield yCn MONDAY JUNE 27 19C4 county Ky on the waters of Mayes Creek and bounded on the north by the landsof 74P Leac man on the south by the lands of Felix NOel on thebEast by Males creek and on the wests by the land of Z Po Leachman and the lands of Joseph Clark deceased and contains about two acres For the purchase prico the pur chaser or purchasers with security or sureties must bond bearing legal interest I of sale until palli and having and effect orn Judgment Bidders will he required to comply promptly witbsthesa terms M G M C W C C A I Is courting death more suddenly but not more surely than neglecting kid ney disorders Koleys Kidney Cure- s+ii1cure a slight disorder in a few days ana its continued use will cure the most obstinate cases It has cured many people of BIghts disease and diabetes who were thought to be curable If you have kidney or der trouble commf nee taking Fotoyw Kidney Cnw today before it ii too P late Sold by 5S foraHIt FARMSUYPLJES 4S H KY No 20 sell inqAny Quantity rrbm4aBUsh cirib d j i i iI McCLURE i Wail Li DEALES IJ tBnggtes pleri1ents Grairt ahiFFieM WWedWI 1tbeCall examine extensive line Harness Collars Work Gear Buggy Robes HorspBljmkets sySSEED OATS HIDES Commissioners PllfVB Sjjringfleld LofBeginning Willisburg meanders tlifncedOvu 90poJei polesN qleaving pikJaU LEACHMAN Commissioners Judgmentand Washington fbehJJconnt approvedI LEACHkAN SffloWIii OwcrS lRI WoodsACampbell Headquarters SPRINGFIELD Phone ido rrols OUTer lIed S Bring Tour Buggies 1 TO THE if New PaintShopj CASEYS OLD STAND J SipRINGFI Llp I Y fJ Buggies and Carriages palijted in firstollJlf style and au liptjtfdite manner SaiJit faction guru aIt cd Prices reasonaWe1I V tJbBTSLFROPRITOI II I IwltUS II n u mn to I u FOR CHILDREN teething easy regulates the bowels and stotoach slop crying cures summer complaint I I I Iperae aM frye ni FLOYD MCtiKHiE CO DCTKOtT MKtt I UI FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS For sale by C J Haydgn Pharrnacitt II- 6Rare or laFGO t K Zalistg Imiestor reiJlog iteno1 Le I 1 andt jj r 1 N S ufi esf j Direct lines Missouri J rjans Indian Territory Texas Throuffh Pullman Sleeping aSiaFreoReclmlnff Chair Cars licraeseekers first aad tairi Tacsiaya each MMttk Descriptive liWrature tnaps folders etc H Ctoal PJUMBif or and Tick Agent ST LOUI KIDNEY CURE Wilt cute any case of Kidhej or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE EvrmsrllleIndwith kidney and bladderailoctlon rIoseizand unable to work Throe physicians failed to mo and I giroa up to die Foley Cure rocommended and thq flrt trarome great reliof and after taklag ths- ocoad bottle 1 entirely cured Twe Sixes 50 Cents and 100 BEES Laxative RIN lit rIseemcdJbeyondCl OpportuiiitiejS rGre FOLEYSt HONEY AIDTAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and BrOnchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently MoVe the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and Qod alike ibr Youn jmd Otd PitapDw j P wf Sold by JHYQ1 71fi4 We CoaI If Lto ta I Tor iscR iz Ob PlbIS i in Makes MttlM 1 Ifjl boek THE help C lor IMKfestJf n fOtaWlOc aad I I t l UKOJ I J iJ4riiOJT J 1 t bllir to lansas otisKnaapd Excsrsiet el on application C TOWNSEND a was was was i d t LTGATTLWLIraYl1lUl4lCA1 tou1aviaE1 IfII FRISCO SYSTEM SAINTLdUISw TO THE ENTIW- CS9BTH HD WEST ySERVtCCtN KEEP1F4WtTH MODCR t I HAS AND Ext CUTJOJl i ftllOlITSt f lOSSlRi KANSAS AIKANSATtIAS INDIAN TEREITOBY fl OKLAHOMA YGr dtrt cuIisM4ios lal- ssosj = Hii4Rj i bM iSU ywavctniiATi OHIO f II c rotmllOm TAR res PPRsu fv5 f DRJMJ BURTON JtKSIDCNT DENTIST f TEETH EXTRACTED fITOUT PAINr isi4v BUek ip atair- iilNGFlLDl 4 KY I LI Dental Work Strictly I FirstcIasi- R i J H LAMPTON- k tii i OFFICE rIen 2AfDR s j SIOCK J SJKINGFiELD KY 4OFJI EDr RilOartsi for fc oiiuw pY r Ptople Dpoiit Bk Omc fcdMrr 12 to 2 pL j tWF GR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW O e ovr Peoples Bask SPRINGFIELD KY + f cDr Sv M Green DENTI6T All kid ot deo tal work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr fiord vPhoae 56 SPRINGFIELD KY NHAL1FT M D SPRING1IErD KY t Ottce In Peoples Dante BiLtd1ngs r 1 Residence 1- 3f Te1cpioncsOMce 95 + 1 JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL tIatchi1iaker IPd Jeweler p Carries a line of Watches Clocks J iaxid Jewelrj Repairing a Spe cialtyi Located atT W Simms 7Jr old law office opposite Court louse Springfield Ky If rRa ilrptfd Schedule w PollowiDg is the time schedule now in effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad Hb 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction t- 14J 502pm Bardstown 552 jxm s arrives at Bpriugfaeld 645 pm I cNo 42Leaves Springfield att 530 anX Bardstown 617 amI Hard own Junction 705 am- arrives ut Louisyille 755amJ No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 ara Bardstown Junction 330 amt Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield att 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisviler545 pm l Sindayson1LeavesSringfieldat town 8amv BardstownJunction 84 am aruives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves LouisyUe at 6 pm Bard town Junction 650 pm Bardstown 735 pm arrives at Springfied S23pruiF d JOHN Y1 MAYES jRUKE RAt DIRECTOR L AND EMBALMER 4F y TELEPHONE DAY J9 NIGHT 74 SPRIMELD KY 4Hae You HapIin 4 a fr1 ire DC ALLENlfl atlillte Depot s iiGHf m TRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved haulingji reatonable rates r PHONE 22 Its Proof df high cul ture to say the greatest matters in the simplest wayITS PEERS MALT TONIC u- ii TOWN AH About Yourself Friend- sudAcquaiiitnces t LI I If you want fresh salt rising bread you will find it at P JThomas Lap Dusters frO 20c to DOe Few leftrFormerprJce 25c and 1 atP JIIhomas All orders for rocries promptly delivered Hagan Bros Prescriptions compounded by registered druggists only Wood Campbell Dont fail to see our new din ner sets in Bavarian ware Hagan Bros Complexion brushes arid sponges bath sponges and car riage sponges at Wood Camp bells Examine my stock of buggy whips they are the best arid cheapest Price from 10e to 1 at P J Thomas Tooth brushes nail brushes flesh brushes hairbrushes cloth brushes and all sorts pf brushes at Wood Campbells Just received a new shipment of Limoges and Carlsbad China direct from the manufacturers and importers Hagan Bros Notice You save money on every pair shoes you buy 150 shoes go for 125 Must make room for more P J Thomas Mr F E Neal bought of S H Bishop a lot eighty feet fron ting on Davison avenue for 350 Mr Neal will probably buildl a residence there soon Montgomery Bros Co the live stock dealers have shipped from this county to date 700 lambs and have several thous andsmore bought for July de lieryI The first oratorical contest among colored people which has ever taken place in Springfield will occur tomorrow Friday evening at J6hnsonrjsChapeL A gold medal will b6 awarded to the most accomplished orator There will be six contestants and the affair promises to be inter estingV Two of Springfields popular Democrats were honored by the Democratic State convention held in Louisville last week County Attorney T Scott Mayes was chosen alternate delegate to the National convention and W D Claybrooke was elected assist ant elector fron the Fourth Congressional district These are well merited honors and the re cipients thereof will doubtless prov entirely worthy of the compliment paid them Sudden Death Mrs Millie Epperson wife of Mr C W Epperson died very suddenly on last Thursday afternoon while sitting in a chair at the home of h rson near town where she had gone to spend the day Mrs Epperson was about 55 years of age and had been living in Springfield only abrut a year havingmoved here with c01ntyTheyat the top of the hill on the Mackville road just in the eastern edge of town and Mr Ep person had engaged in farming with his son but on the old Mayes place three miles from town Mrs Epperson had jjust come into the house at her sons home and after taking aseat gave a gasp and died in less than a minute Heart failure or appoplexy wps given as the cause The remains were taken from here to Winchester her former home to be buried LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield postofflce for veek- Jppe151904 Mrs Alice Boone Mrs Susie Carrico Mrs Josie Edelen The Knox Automobile Co Luther Kinder Myrtle Lyons John McNulty Mrs Lawlo Ray Schmidt II Botley Duck Taylor Henry Tatum persons caning tor tnese letter will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M Specialattentio given Pysi cians prescription day or night Wood Campbell FOLETMLONEYADTARb f I W tliOOiiwm Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest uTOPIGSj OOM Female Bill Club About 500 people paidi to seethe base ball game last Tuesday afternoon between the female ball team now touring the coun try und rthe name of the St Louis Stars and a nine made up of local players As a drawing card the female ball tossers are a success but as ball players that is quite another proposition If the exhibition of ball playing they put up here is a fair sample of what they can do they should be held up for sailing under false colors However there was no kick coming from any of the audience The game contained many amusing features and was at least entertaining throughout A chunky damsel with Brown hair and red stockings was put in to pitch in the first inning but the heavy hitters of the Spring field team were not slow in solv ing her curves and soon the out fielders were put to work earning their salaries The boys bitted around a time or two until they grew tired Eleven scores were made off of the female wonder who then retired on her laurels One Qf the men players was put in the box next inning and he held the run making down so as to make it something more like even The visitors were allowed to make ten scores mostly on errors and careless playing for they did not succeed in hitting pitcher George Colvin to any extent at all diring the game The game erided 17 to10 in favor of Springfield REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At SprlngQeld in the State of Ken tucky at the close of bu3ineBs June 91904 No1767- toans eESouecES and Discounts 199209 77 Overdrafts secured and un secured 460234- U S Bonds to secure cir lOOOOODankingand fixtures J 560000 Merchandise GS3150 Due from National Banks notreservo agents r90505 Due from Statu banks bankers 188961 Due from approved reserv ed agents 3186668 Notes of other National banks 77ToO Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 22300 LAWFUL MONEY HESEIIVE IN BANK VIZ Specle 62795- 0Legaltender notes 816500 14j44450 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 6 per cent of circulation iw 250000 Total31 2485 LtAE3JLiJcs Capital stock paid in S 6000000 Surplus fnndm 1750000 Undivided profits less ex 51922WNationalSstanding j 5000000 Due to other National banks 203030 Due to State Banks and Bankers 5023 Individual deposits subject to check 11722015 Time certificates t deposit 5546350 Liabilities otherithan those above stated 6157 TotalmS31ts24 35 STATE orKEXTUCKr COOXTT OF WASH INOTOX ss I AC McElroj Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly sweqr that the above statement istrue to the best of my knowledge and belief j A C McElroy Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me tbisjlSth jay of June 1904 J A BOUIWARE Notary Public CoRnECT Attest IJOHNLITSEY W LEWIS t H M GRUNDY Directors Notice to Creditors All persons JiavJns claims against the estate of Dr H H Herd deceased are hereby notified to presentsame properly proven to the undersigned for settlement at his office in Springfield Ky on or before July 1st J904 T a MAYES Administrator of H H Hord T Notice to Creditors All persons holdiog claims against the estate of Martha A Glasgow deceased will present same properly proven to the un dersigned or his attorney T S Mayes Springfield Ky on or before July 1st 1904 J B HILL Executor of Martha Glasgow RFJ D No2 Springfield Ky J Taken Up At my place a mile above Hills boroathreeyear old bay filly with four white stockings Own byprovingprtising and keep J TPRATHGR Scrn iq befpr buying your screen uoors and windows Hafan Bros AJIUtA AAAAA AJI CLEANING GLASSES Is an accompaniment of their wear But dont uiiiake de- ff J fective or non suitable lenses JJor moisture or dust oil them If your Glasses are not the exact kind you should wear they will dp you more harm than good 1 Perhaps you would do well c 3 to Call on us anyhow ahd find j out whether you have thei RIGHT lenses or not tyell J be honest with vouwe ant afford to be otherwise and We Dont Charge For Our Advice ClF RUSSELLI J 3 Main St Springfield Ky IEICNAL Mrs T p Wells iid visiting in Taylbrsville this week Mrs M W Hyatt is votingi relatives ip J3oomtieId Mr Frank Wall of Louisville is here on business this week ir Miss Myrtle Price visited friends in Bardstown last Sunday Miss Long of Louisville is the charming guest of Miss Mary Lewis i Miss Hazel Norton of Gatletts burg is visiting Miss Sadie Mayes Messrs Toni Stoker and Jim Stoner of Bardstown were here ISunday Messrs W D Claybrooke and C W Hagan were in Lebanon Sunday Mr T Scott Mayes and Miss Mattie Browne are in Cincinnati this week if I Wimsatt has returned from Omaha City where Tic has beenon business W B Spears is attending the Confederate Veterans Reunion at Nashville this week Mrs Newell McClaskey and daughter of BJoomfield are visiting the Misses Browne Mrs W C McChord has gone to Lexington V11LO see her son Win graduate at college Misses Lillian Gorley of Louis yule was the pleasant guest of the Misses Price last week Mrs Thos A Medley isvist lug her mother Mrs It N Wathen of Lebanon this week Mr and Mrs A H Rooertson of Bardstown spent Sunday at the home of Mr G D Robertson Miss Margaret Russell of Bardstown spent several days with her parents the first of the week Miss Mary Curry who grad uated from St Catherines Acad emy in Louisville has returned home i ffromff mencement exercises at this wepk LoretloI Dr D O Pplin was Louisville last Friday by the death of his daughter Mrs Charles Haydon 0V Mr Fleece Allen of Frankfort who is traveling for Smith Nixon spent several days with his brother J L Allen Mr Albert Bevil I and sister Mrs Oscar Spalding of Lebanon were the guests of liheir sister Mrs J C Abel last yeek Misses Crum and McClure ot High Grove who have been guests at the home ofT D- Wells have returned home Mr C H Mclntire lias gdne to Meade county for a little visit Mrs Mclntire and childrdd have been there for several weeks Hr and Mrs LouiBeidelof Taylorsville visited Ithe tlatters parents Mr and Mr sRlcbardIBoblett the trstofthe Mr Finley Scruggs who re turned to this place from New Mexico last week is tow at the McChbrd Infirmary LebanGn- Mrs JL B Cassnll of Harriman renn and Mrs J W Botts and Rev W E Mitchell are at the S R Gray home for the summer Mrs Carl Litseyof Lebanon has returned home arfter a pleas ant visit at the horn e of her par- entst Judge and irsW E Seiec than Misses Sarah amd Annie J Simms attended the commence nertt at Loretto Tuesday and were accompanied home by Miss Stella Slatary who Will b their guest this week Little Margaret E ele has re turned to her home in Birming ham Alt after spemdin seve ral weaks at he Iume of Miss Carrie Edelen 3 J R NeatlyDone Conrad Hertlein John Searcy J W Reidell Andrew Cunnfng ham C A Green and Joe Smith are in a party of fishermen at Frederickstown this week Mr B L Fields and family of St Louis were in Springfield Sunday Mr Fields is a repre sentative of the Simmons Hard ware Co of SU Louis and is well known here fThe first World sv Fair party left here Monday morning for St Louis to spend jabout ten days taking in the big chow The party which is stopping at the Christian Endeavor Hotel is composed of the followirg Mesdames John S McElroy Fin let Scruggs Lilli Handy Misses Sallie McElroy f Nannie McChord B ttie Irvine Louise Booker and Messrs Jack McChord John- S McElroy Jr and Finley Scruggs Jr i Millinery1 d New summer styles bought be Jow value as it is late iiv the sea son for sale at onehalf former prices At Mansfi lds LOCAL KW Many people are taking advantage of Wood Campbell liberal offer on 14iona the flesh forming food Wood Campbell have so much confidence iijn this preparation that they sell it on approval f rIn the past few months many peo Camplienthey have never used any medicinal treatment that did as much good as this It is a positive cure for dyspep sia and in many instances has prc duced a remarkable increase in flesh Another evidence ot the remarkable qdverti ng value of the NKWSLEAO iik ib ihowti by the large sale that Wood Catnpbell are haying on Mio tia This treatment is comparatively new yet they say it is the best selling article In their store This shows the dduantage of NBwSLEAEER advertis lug when one has an article of unusual merit to sell on guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure the way that Miona is sold Among the many well known people ybo have used Mirbna is Francis Murphy tbs apostle pf temper nce He ays fiona is a wonderful remedy Ii have used it and with all mv heart ind renewed strength I thank you for tJI Wood Campbell are the local Agents for Miona selling it at SOc a box and have so much faith In this preparation tha they agree to pay for it themselves if it does not cure Kelvin i PJgurea Most of the stories about Lord Kel fvin which obtain in Glasgow are found ea upon the occasional inability of the great man who lisped in logarithms to bring his mind to a childish sum The famous one tells how on his blackboard he once made two and two five and hearing the chuckles of his delighted class altered it hastily to three He was however once lean to 0In his characteristic slow way with his beautiful use qC the soft Irish r Seven times nine Mr Macfni lane are a hundred and what Pause But no seven times ine cannot be a hun dred and anything Mr Macfarlane for the square root ota hundred Is ten It Is alo told of him that walking one day with a friend in Largs he noticed that It had begun to rain ire questioned his friend closely as to where his coat and umbrella were and having satisfied himself that his friend had not jthcsc articles with him he said Well in that case doctor we will walk back beneath this belt of trees fori the rain will not percolate the leaves doctor for twenty minutes 0The Name California The word California was first used In a work 6n Spanish chivalry pub lished In 1510 This work was anal leged history of the adventures of Amadls of Gaul and his son Esplan dlam It was of great length and di vided into a great number of short stories one of whlcL was the manner in which Calitlq the queen of the Island of California a country Inhabited ony by women who lived as amazons and had gold without end saved Constan tinople from an attack by the Persians This story as well as others was widely read by the people of Spain and by many regarded as tact Among the stanch believers were the members of the Cortes expedition who upon land ing upon the peninsula of Lower Call fornia Imagined that they were on an Island which owing to Its apparent riches they named after the fabled Isle and Cortes himself called the new country California AVnluai1eTootk William Archer In the Fortnightly Review tells an amusing story of the economy practiced anti necessary iu the early lI1Y8 of the Norwegian tbwi ter at Bergen It was In 1840 when Ibsen and lljornson wire creating the national dnuim A lady hud been engaged for the part of second old wo moV when it ins discovered that her cIoutlonarY powcn were impaired by the fact that she hall lost one ofhbr front teeth Impoverished as she was the management camo to the rescue nnd bore the expense of the necessary dentistry When she rrtlred however after two seasons she fcad to leave the tooth behind her the example of the dentists art balng the property of the theater The managiweot WM too Rrp prt wiLthltLJTi iDAiManufacturersP of Harriessand I Strap Work Springfield Ky TIi LTUBE HE IS WILLING TO FJGHT BEFORE HE IS ABLE TO FLY tThe Fledffellaff Mu Voaderf Strcrctli of Bill Is CoarafreoaB and AeKfWalvetBiid Is asQuick Almost am a Flask ot Lightning In Ute soutli there Is one bird which everybody kntnvs Roller ho Is a nature s udentJor not ref r to the turkey vultutje or turkey buzzard as most i eople chll him This bird seems to be an ever present feature of the southern landscape for look upward when rou wllf you may see htm sweep lug the sky with outspread wIng wheeling in broad circles or Soaring in graceful spirals wtlth seeming faever a stroke of the mighty pinions for hours at a t me One day I saw a vulture sailing thus says Ernest Harold Baynes in the BQsto Heralid and I carefully marked his flight until he descended from the white clouds and dlsappetared near the edge of a distant wood Supposing that Ilie had cjomeAlown to feed 4n some carr na dtiad horse perhaps which hud len drigged just outside of the woQd and itl made the lest of my way llo the pot where I lost sight of the bjrd thajt I might be a witness to tbefcjast I arrived iit the wood but neither bird nor carcass could I see Then I bethought me that this was the month of May anti that perhaps the buzzard had a nest thereabout I hunted un der the bushes along the side of fallen trees and in some old stumps which were standing near but not a feather was to be seen Presently I spied a log which lay somewhat apart in the shadow of some shrubs and as I approached it out from somewhere came a big turfcey buzzard which quickly Disappeared behind the trees Oncoming up to the log which was a large one I found that it was hollow and in the cavity jthere ware two eggs which doubtless belonged to thevulture which had Just departed TLieyvere considerably tlar ger than the eggs of d domestic lieu and in color they were dirty white heavily spotted with chocolate brown I left them that I might have an op portunity to study the young The next time I visited the hollow log the parent birds were not in sight but in the nest I found two downy fledgelings which could scarcely be oalled pretty They were in every way Jess attractive than young hawks of the same age They expressed thel disapproval of my presence by a weak growling sound I could not visit the spot again for some weeks and when I 4ld one of them had disappeared The other was no longer in the hollow log but stand ing at a little distance and I was Interested to see the change in his ap pearance In the first place he had grown tremendously the down which had formerly coveredthe whole body Was now confined chiefly to the head neck and under parts and the test of the bird was clothed with firm black feathers He looked fut and well fed 1 readied out my hand and caught him by one wing But here he had a surprise for me for he seized my finger In Ills hooked bill and with a turn of his head twisted ort a bit of the flesh before I had time even to object After hurriedly cleansing the wound I again advanced on the enemy who was game enough to satisfy any one and came to the attack with open bill Of course he was not dangerous in the least for he was very young and could not even fly but for a fledgeling the grip he could give with his bill was astonishing However I picked him up took him home and tethered him in the garden wjth ajjtrap to one leg The first night he ate a good meat of liver and after that he took almost any kind of meat that was given him I let him have carrion whenever it was convenient but at other times he ate freshly killed frogs fresh beet opossum and even ft hOne night soon after I had brought him home I went out to see how he looked when he was nsloep It was so dark that hits black plumage was not visible against the grass All I could see of him was a white spot his head as it hun r near the ground- I apprc ached ycry quietly and was within fle feet when something happened 0 Jt of the darkness there came a flash cf white straight toward me with a speed Which cau ed me to step quickly backwardiand at the same in stant there was a startling rustling sound accompanied by a guttural growl whichl for a moment I did not recognize as the voice of the young vultureFAltogether it was a most startling lphenomenon and although I realized In a moment flint the bird was in some way the caiiJe of It t do not know even yet jusjt what happened This much I kuow however that the bird rushed at rue growling with all Ills might and that the flash of white was the white down of the body uncovered by the opening of the black wings The rushing sound was I think caused in some way by the wing feathers or tall feathers or both but wheth er by dntgsiug them along the ground or otherwise cannot dl I tried on severalcfecaslons to find this out by ap Iproaching the young vulture when there was just light enough for me to see what happened but he would never net in Just the sameway unless It was quite dark i No doubt this is sonic provision of nature to protect tthe bird when it is young and helpless and I can testify that it is a good one for I am sure that few night prowling animals would care to pursue their investigations after be ing given so startling n reception bA Pillar IN Nerwajr Close to the old Arigvaldmies church on Knmeon Island Norway and lean lug toward It is a stone pillqr about twentyfive feet high called the Vlrfi Marys Needle Tradition boWg that irheii the pillar touches tbe church the world will conic to an cad T uper stitioug local preacher whenever he imagines that lu polite setting Dftle- to the sacred bulKUJfe mountS the PJl lar it said andPe a bit off the top so as to ave Mf rorld from annn i1 lIe11 eUd v IVt1 ii iWilj Viij i W W iwi iAi Great Olearanc6 Sraie 1f1 Jf Il f fa Of1 Pry Goods Ciothirig t It S oet Carpets MattiHgS f tLiuolims VaU Papery I L a V Etc Etc i J We I1I eon hand a large and weUiIassorted stock in fact too mapy goods fff for the time of the year and iti1 order J to reduce stock by July 1st we will H U Cut Prlqesr Deep fJ Now iis your chance to get seasonable S1 92 Merchandise at BARGAIN PRIcES IP f i Just re eiveda nw Hne of white ii3 kid belts gilt belts blackAsjlk belts white washable belts shirt waist belts t9 fans hand bags see the ladies hand t j ta 1 f get5Ocforsamethigand I Jpit 250 each FuJi stock trunks valises 9 and telescopes We will take pleasure i iin showing you and quoting prices ROBERTSON BRoSLM Mr M 1 I ttI The Delight of a Summer Resort Wh l you go to a soauKtr few sort one of the chief kLg ts are theecoIcozyerandaha 0ucaRit ia theshdeaa4y a cool delightful breeze can mike your owa pordi M tHY and comfortable by iHuttuc itttM with VudorSfeades Tbertet mthe brccic anclbCJI out tile hint TIN pmetkMr add anotl tr room to your limt Ihrpleaautest room of all dariai the 1MM season Youcansee ior iaon a porch fitted wtk ttJpPorcKShadwith perfect privacy while gtt +ersby Ygu dan aUo eviMewShakes adjusted to your n irfetM they willletirf cool =a5eeeout the heat ot the rau They are especially maafijIeA Jor MiMriM and linroVndorPorcb Shade cetMi ItJt W They are made in djaerent colors o Mr taonlze with the woodwork oyo r home You are especially reqs st d to view the Vudor Exkibtt k owr L shade department M We also invite your special attention to ourp Stockof Carpets Mattinies Linoledms Rugs Lace Curtains Shades csc The largest and best selected stock of Wall Paper shown jin thissection Please visit us beforibuytng Cunningham Duncan ir1jki JOHN 5 McELROY GENERAL INSURANCE Afiii Life Fire and Tornado OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK P i rT During my absence from office W F Grigsby or George Neikirk will attend to any business for me lV aE FF = Ii he Big Moneymaker for log Raisers IDr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more tha7II has stood the severest tests and in all cases IIIS upon I DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIEw Wtcn this Remedy iis fed ai a pre ventive Full particulars regard I I ing1 this Insuranpe Propositiom in Hvaluab1ehad at our store for the asking 1tSJ i 23 Ib can S1250 talf cans 650 250 125 and SOc per package J V1 20th Century Poultry Foed I greatest egg produjcer on the market Keeps fowla IIThelthy prevents choleral roup and all other pouUf 1b 215 Jh hat l50J l5c JiCIJackai Dr 0 Sa Has Live Stock Rftiby I For Hirsts C ttlaIMp EtaIX iAs its name implies this a REMEDY not a HIOOfiU and itiJIequalled for correcting the commotidIsozders in horses jcattli d sheep as welt as many ofthie mqre serious complaints Aspl i flp conditioner and Jffrowth j romot r and a ure preyentivei iwgj disease J MW nIee 50 iN 2IsPW PASIAU i FORALEY V McCLURE WELLS J CALl FOR OIRCULARS SPRINGFIELD KY i N ZHI27 I I W WWWW I CheapestAnd I Iii d 1TllEpAGR fOYM IKI n 1 A Fenc for every puTA J ii t It will turn anythihi Mod can be ihii crny kindof ground Afr Sizes and Asio I I B1CCIIItJ c I 11I = C SOLE AGENTS Springfield Ky t m m t M If 4 WasWiHJton Letter x1Coritlyou has tIIad Secr4ri hte lotlter in P ction I c from tinier ofN w York to u wbrs be has been tray tDc forV feHera1 ttthiWihU cityi nest and ill givea out that then the of the nofetotoo question c 11jin hip of the Repubiican tt XalioUtComitteewill bo set M ia itr 11 L rumor that the BrccUtait fr determined to stick to ri81iou on the ground fiat I 1Mclean aud honorable Md ou high 4apaivCCk aadcn trust him un 5rtotH fbancl the Senators who atf Mil potlticiaDS and think aU say that if only r r tiT knowifc the eeCUQ1 of PrtiidentKoose t alfwB cofld rnd i16 wouldnt f i wattec Who iltb campaign WiMU1e larr and more im It wxttnt intfts olte party SMC bs looked after In other Xs word they opttUsid that the ft1f jHOsirity of the country is J bowdmp in the success of the 4 tf JUpnWic party and that it would be fatalto allow theDem f ifoemutoapn come intQ pow- eri14 IAfter all as the time draws i J I jiMr for actual work to begin on rCual the difficulties xl I of cJismtt disease etc begin H t to mH away if the expectations fefe ottbce la authority are not ejj d rCQlGorcos chief t Matery oficer of the Panama V rf crbM foriaulited tentative pUn whidh will make every i tliiimJMdfe and lovely All vil Itftf in the zone will be put under military camp regime and v tss ia b lMtatttt will be obliged l toobfy rules rigidly or takes fcotcour martial Lime to wen thin s ili to be used inv abttsvdance camps are to be iramtd i m qiniio nets will be rovii for the workmen to jlleploIrKJEri stagnant pools are to b drained and the whole zone iVit tbW sprinkled with coal oil to Jf utterly destroy malaria and yel 4 low fever bearing insects Bet ter than all tile rest a hospital I train will snake daily trips across j S the isthmus to pickup those who have fallen in the ranks and the cases will he segregated as much i I aa possible Now that the President has d ckidUat the new building for c tl qtlM Dep rtelt Of Agriculture shall not atavd on the Mall in fe ttlioaeityin front of the Washs I inftoti Monument but that the j plau for beautifying Washington a decided upon by the expert i com mitiroo must be adhered tot Jihcrf iis Nothing to hinder the work of oonstruction which will i soon begin The building will aQ the Souih side of the Mall anclwill have 40 acres of grcwBd around it The whole kr facade wilfbe 650 feet long Theo main building to be monumental f in clMwacter will have a front ofT about 150 feet with a dome towf rbe built of white marble or gran a ite This will cpntaih the offices l and the library on the topfldbrf The two structures for laboratory I purpoe will each be 256 feet Vj OaK Altogether the building v promises to be one of the most i imposing in thec cityCi J I Every day more or fewer Gerd fflftns find their way to the White jHouse and grasping the Presi dent by the hand teh him how much he resembles their own dear Emperor in the Fatherland and how glad they are to feel F htafter all they are at home t ic laKspuolican America One oaf f tj WakefulJf i 1 Sleeplessness Ma aask SliD of Nerve Trou If ble and ShouldV 1 Be Looked To There are three different manlfesta t tlons of sleeplessness FIrst hardly to sleep a wink all night econa to lie ayako a Ions tlmo before lit failing asleep third to fall asleep BOOnt raklnc UP after several hours and then 7 i itad it krd to sleqjp again They meaa that somewhere In the i1erveibr soMewhere So he brainfCell somewhere In the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something is rHkaly wring and must be righted or the a4 way bo worse than deathsTo richt It take Dr Miles Nervine Bone ether syaiptoms of nerve ttous J b1jareDIlnes Headache Back ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability 3HelaBcholyj Lack of Ambitionafr4rTh1 indicate diseases which may lead X4Seey PIts St Vltus Dance gcesveiie Prostration Paralysis Insanity t KUibic will give such quick and last kit HIW ac Dr Miles Kenlne 1 Jltliusbnd had beeR sick for weeks eMaIL not tilt up to have his bed made WWI alt the medical help wq could get h continued to grow worse lie could e 1Mrllheporeat Our baby girl was aet away aM a eallers Haired be 4 MM JMot not s a d a bit of talk 1 Jsgr a TMTvous pros tradsa sured by r Nile Restorative r wvts Wi gtvlnr It to him a jyuable to bChe steadily bte me t AGved N YTi rJ1ID Writ to us for Tree TrJal Packj of Dr MltM Ant Is Pills the New aelentISc Remedy vcIailst lr1CO It 1 LQgA9l8 8IJCHART 1KD I I I W r vwyA1TNLAEDPI Y iooo OO Cash Given Away to Users of COFFEEWetheLionHeadswehaveIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiumsthe LionHeads wilmakeasmany estimates as desired There will be 1TWO CREAT CONTESTSI Totalvmaking400000oH Braid First Prizt of 500000 Five JJoniieads I cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums rone vote in IIto contest WORLDS FAIR CONTET LouIsWorldFor nearest correct estimates received In Woolson Spjee Corn willIfvenext nearest etc etc as follows 1 Writ Prize t eS25OoOQ1 Secoal Prize I lOOOOO 2 PrlSM S5OOOO oacll 100000 lOOOOO1OlOOOOO2OrrlzMlOOOOO6O1OOOOO35O26OOOO18OO2130 PMZES TOTAl S2OOOOOO IN EVERY WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO the latest visitors was H Von Kupflfer editor of the Berlin Local Anzeiger quite a paper in its way Both expressed gratifi cati n a the cordial relatincs which exist between the two Roosevet speaks German fluently and sometimes in the heat of conver ne drops into that lan guage as naturally as Silas Wgg dropped into poetry GIVEN TO THE SICK OS TRIAL Wood 6c Campbells Generous Offer Hyomel Coats Nothing Unless It Cures Catarrh Many vho areJh need of Hyomei the treatment that tires catarrh with tt stomach dosing have not yet re alized its wonderful healing powers hey want everyone Who is troubled ith catarrh or catarrbal calds to get Hyomei outfit Jrom them with the under tandin that it is absolutely ree unless iit cures catarrh and free the system from germs ot grippe and infiticnzS The first days use of Hyoin show by its exhilarating and ing effects that it is doing good t for a foIl niuath entirelrat Wood mPbel1 risk Ifat the end of thirty ays you can say that Hyomei has not helped you they will return yourI money without question or arg The complete Hyomei costs but one dollar and treatmentI inhaler that can bs pocket Or purse a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The inhaler will last a lifetime and iif one bottle does not cute extra bottles call be ob tained for fifty cents It is the most enbn cJical of all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh and the only one where you cqn obtain a months treatment from tour loeal druggist that costs dothingj if it fails to cure Try Hoomei forfa monlh It cannot harm you as it is purely vegetable cures withovt any stomach dosing it falls the loss lalls entirely upon For A MM Years For a hundred yearj or more Witch Hazei has been recognized us a supe remedy tjutjit remained for EC DeWitt Co ot Chicago to discover how to combine the virtues of WHcli Hazel with other antiseptics in the orm of a alye DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Ss the best salve in the world for sores cuts burns bruises nd plies TJie high standing of this alve has given rise to counterfeits and the publicclis advised to look for the name DeWitt on the package nd accept no other Sold by alii druggists t J J tclcphiie LIneJp Maud VI Mr Bright in charge of a con struction crew of the Cumberland Telephone Co arrived in Bloomfield last Monday land at nce began work on the JFne be ween Bf6omdeldl4 and Maud hu line williDe ia reafc conve nience to the citiznsof Maud and lclnlty abdits completion will be hailed vilh delight Mr Erht iIfI also extend Uijfj IIconteI VOTE What will total Popular Vote cast for President votes for all candidates combined at the election November 8 la election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest cor rect estimates received In Wools on Spice Cos office Toledo 0 on or Nov 5 we will give first prize for the nearest correct second prize i6 theaezt nearest etc etc as follows 1 sasooOo- I p 100000 2 FrtxM scoooo ekeli rf 1000005 Prizes 2OOOO 1000001O PrtiM 1OOOO 10000020 PrIzes COOO 1 OOOOO- 6O Prtzw 2000 10OOOO 2139 TOTAL I OF from Mr F B Offutts near Bloomfield to Mr Dixie Ham monds at Mr T M Sawrie of Auditor of the gum berland Telephone Co waX at New Haven Bardstown and Bloomfield this weekj checking up the books of at these places We are told that he found in good shape Standard Wonderful l things are done for the human body by surgery Organs are tahen out and scraped and polished and put back or they tnriy be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds and like inju ties before inflamatlon aetq in which causes them to heal without raaturt tion and in of the time re qnited by the old treatment Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on thisfeame principal It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save yea time and money not to men tion the inconvenience find suffering WhicH InjurIes entail For sale at Havdons drugstore j The oxygenized strength of tie healing pines combined with other well known kidueyand bladder reme troubles by Haydons Pharmacy Exciting Chases Chief of Police Wood had a very exciting chase lilast Tuesday arrested several months ago in this city charged with petit Jar ceny He jerked away from the officer while Lis room was being searched for the llost articles and made his escape Since then nothing has been heard of him Tuesday Chief Wood received word from Lexington to arrest Haydon on a charge of grand larceny as it was believed he was in Danville his man at the depot and when the negro spied the chief he broke for the s oods A lively chase ensued with the odds in favor nf the officer A pistol shot dirrcted over his head him to his sensls and he caine to a sudden halt He was taken to and turned cfrer to the authorities there Haydon is charged rith stealing 50 worth of clothes from private residence in Lex o oaX A loarfft l iI 1Printed1 every Lion Coffee age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment you that your e5cl RESIDENTIAL CONTEST bethe before estimate riritPrlxeSeeensiPrlxe 26OOOO18OOPKIZXS 12000000 4279KstrifHriiri UINICOMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS PACKAGE LION COFFEE ountries1President iwinl Cat11pbelJI Stringtovn NashvIle Traveling tlthoffices everything yelns bruisJburni onethird such ThisI Jf1mesHayden Hayden Theoflfcer located brought Lexington empioyedDauvUe AIXfleart1eIhi wztlrrol Pack timateis f DdSs Head Cut Off- C Elgie oodloe of this cityin compun with the Morgan boys went fit miles in the country Sunday after a squirrel dog The dog belonged to the Morgan boys and had oeen loaned out for some time They tied a rope around its neck and started home with itabut had not gone very far until tHe dog began acting strangely and appeared toi be SiCK It frequently fell down and rolled over and refused tb go having to be dragged a portion 01 the way One reaching home the boys concluded the dog had been poisoned and in order to rrivehim relief mixed up some sweet milk with1 salty grease and attempted to pour it down his throat Goodloe was holding the dogs Imouth open and duringa parJMdsmof pain it closed with a vicious snap biting him through lone of his thumos A few hours afterwards the dog died and Goodloe fearing it might have died Of hydrophobia hastened to hisawound examined The physician advised htm to cut the do23 head off and send iir to the Pasteur Institute at Chicago to ascertain whether it was effected with hy d ophobia which he did Itfonflay morning Darlington Bee Asthma Sucrern SonM Know Th t Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were eon sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph Bes DayenportIowatracted wasnegJedtl i ma Thebest available medical skill could not giveme more than temporary relief Foleys Honey dlJar was recommended and one fifty cent bpttlo entirely cured me of asthma wfcich had been growlngon ire for twelve years and ifI had taken it at the start I wouldhave been saved yea a of suflering Sold by Wood Campbell littleliverby the venerable Dr Dade of Chicago Per vU1hCOnstIpationPharmacy fipck Throwers Sunday evening just as the excursion train had left the 0 0 Junction on its wry to Greens burg it was attacked by some parties along the track and a general shower of recks fell in ard against the coaches The result was seven or eight broken windows and one ypung man from Spurlington was struck in the back with a rock and slightly injured Such conduct is most publictQO great for such offenders It to be hoped the scoundrels ISI 1qelaw Falcon rlffcteK Ti Death ly Snake KyItterday literally frightened to death Mrs Henry Hargis wife Of a wellknown farmer living at Dabney near here Mrs Hargis had gon from the house into a field on the farm where her husband was at work to take him a pitcher of water and after remaining m the field with him for some time she started Oil her return trip to the house When she had gotten al most out of the fieW where her husband was working she felt something pulling at her dias from behird but thinking it was only a brier or a weed that had got fastened tp her dress she gave the skirt a flounce in order to extricate it frorn the supposed brier Instead of that she flirted right before her gaze a long cop perheap snake one of the most sightbfto her clotniug so tifJIe5 her wth fright that she dropped in a dead faint She was seen to fall byrr her husband who after seeing that she did not rise again rusbed to her side to ascertain the cause ard just a little ways from her stdelay the huge rep dlS1patchedaud carried his wife to the house where she was restored to consciousness again A physician was called and upon thorough examination found that the reptile had not bitten her but she wailed like a drunken man with the delirium tremens and would almost jump from the bed crying for them to keep the snake away and to take it oil of herbA few hours later she died in awful agony believ lug that the reptile was still clinging tQ her Tlje death is one of the most remarkable and saddest ever known in this section s Dainties of the Russian Peasant The ttusslan peasant pen It dhe bread he eatsis bLiqkJinsa bon Louche to adi to hIs meal much sought by epicures In tile western world the wild mushrooms which grow thou sands upon thousands on the steppes of Russia Many time a run and sa vory meal Is provided with the addition of sausage and onions even n mushroom often contents them for A meal with their coarse rye bread The poorest laborer bus also a luxurious drink always available from the ever present samovar and the tea they drink would be the envy of any lAnier lean connoisseur of that beverage for the best t Culnas tea Is found In Russia and all classes enjoy Its qual ity and fragrance ever Is water al lowed to stand on the tea over a few moments so none of the poisonous tannin is extracted and a mildly sUm ulating straw colored drink Is1 the r i BUlt li would be well If the Russian peasant would content hluisclt with this for bls only great vice Is drunk enncs ISoclul Service A Story Once Tola Jiy Lowell Something happened one day James Russell1 Lowells office which suggested the fpilowlug There was a time when the fastest sailing ships In the world were built In the shipyards of New Enslnnd About that time an mcrlcull ellI1r andan English yacht were hrfrbor f Genoa to gether and there was a race between the clipper and the yacht and the per won Ittthe race When the two tbe11BIJmanners came board the American dUller handsomely congratulated the captain of thecllppar upon his achieve ment which he said was nil the more rejnurknble In view of the fact that It was the first time that his yacht had even been beaten The liberal minded old Ymikee captain replied Well now tliats ciirlous Its thfe first time the Tolly Ann ever beat anything WLeu Golf Wns Serious Golf players complain that their ft vorlto game Is not taken serlously enough by the people and they protestt against the tone of levity In which newspaper discuss the game There was a time when golf was taken seriously eifough as this ex cerpt front an ancient law document attests On September 0 1Q37 Francis Broune Bone to John Broune wabster In Banff was convicted y the borrow or Justice court of the burgh f breaking Jnto the bulthe of Patrick Shand hind stealing tiicrcfrcjn sitnie goUt ballls end the judges ordalnlt the said Francis tobe presentlle tackcn and caret to the gal lowshlll of this biirghe and hanglt op the gallows thereof tqthedeatb where of William Wat dempster of the said assyis galve dorpmet in tne itI 11 The ordinary houscrot will not fight If he can find his way Into a hole In closed In the pit with no chaiice of es cape the cnse Is dltferent The rat will not only Hjitit its nemy but will turn on those of Its kind with which it Js bunched The trained rat dog will Jump backward and forward often times entirely over the rat In avoiding Its bHeunnd watching Its opportunity f will catch the rat by the back give one crunch and break Its spinal column Then It throws the rat dead or dying aside and like a flash leaps into place for seizing and killing the next rat naaataa Choral Singing Love of music cultivated and enlarge by the line rendering of tile an thems and chants of the services of the 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