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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r jI j l c flNVSiAOH i D 1fHI Iy rf tY f Y I A t l i J 1 I I NewSericsVoI r L XI No2ff SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT KENTUCKY JUNE 23 1904 rlOO AYEA- j 1i c 4 iwarwt r1L1 tmmrjJ mm Lr ThompSOn Jri Go r UNDERTAKERS AND EMIS LI4ERS CRry in tosk all klnii of Faawa MfpUM PHONE 53 v WJR DIRECTORY SPJRINGFIEUJ county seat of wWashington County 52 miles southeast ot xjcxington 59 miles from ouisviUfron Bardstpwr branch of i koMisrille and Nkshville railroad in V farming aifd agricultural district Iw Tvro nkstiitelegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yards Popuation 1100 population of county 15001 Representative Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis itlature Hon W D Claybroofee 1J l Representative in State Setiate Hpn Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky 7 ouaty Dlrcctoryi CIRCUIT COURT lr CirbuU court begins en the fourth + Monday in TTebruary May andOcto W t CIE Pattest Judge i It L Durham Common yeath At ytocmeyi F M CarapbeH Clerk tMG Leachman Master Cominlss v rloner QtPUTIRlYCOflRT- a t Q arter1yCitt is heldon the thirt 4 rfonday in eh month Bi It Lit ey udgeIACOUNTY COURT County Cwirt Wets on the fourth Monday in etch mouth tD ILitzeyJude W tf Bookers County Clerk T SMayes oitTAttorney George Catlett Jailer iyron Croake Sheriff r Richard Isham Sidney Osborne I- RH Mull ican DeputfcV EdMasters 4 James F Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor f toP OBryan Deputy Robert Noe TreasurerJj JM Montgomery j W Basb Snpt of C mon Schools P O Springfield t CITY COURT James R Noe Police JudgeT- Tpul Glj zhr3n mb Grlgsby City Attorney 4 b JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January April July and Oct ber TTChUech Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Suudavs in each mouth at 11 a in and 730 p m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 am prayer meeting every Wednesday might i tJ CATHOLIC CHURCH jtev P F HennessaT Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Jlevf Felix Past r Service ccond and fourth Sunday ia each t Bibnth f PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev toD Latimer Pastor 4I jPreachIng every Sunday at 11 am- 4and at 7 pm Sunday school every i Snnday ate 10 am Prayer meeting r every Thursday evening at 7 oclock f ==4 t Fraternal Ordeas MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets first an 1 third Monday In each month Washington R A Chapter No S7I meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council o52 meets on r everv tourth Monday r KNIGHW of TitnMAcAuEEsMeet In each mon O en fj1Vciiii v SSSSSSS SSSSS irAMERICAN SILVER Ii I k TRUSLJ j I Ligu LIGNTeIItjr I 1 I GI lIenla tNii j dft 7LcaMiyot sale oy C T Eaydon cr I l PTt1 TQ BiS1tiOL LiVjif am out of the way I b1e remote froM civilization t fJllf isoltenf driven to desI I 4 f peraIioa II case ofa CutsJ aliag1tBnis f IJtc rL etc Lay in a suppiy of crc BaeklensiArulcaSalve Its t he f1t Jln ta earth n 5c at C J Hay jCIz Drl1lore r 4 fiHH UUW uWW UOO A ROUND Of TJLJI I IlMMMI A Street Fair and Carnival Co which has been showing1 at Lawrence burg and Bards town offered 150 for the privilege ofapparing in Spring field but the offer wM refused by the Town Trusteeson acc untof a protest from local citizens Whats this we hear Well did I everlJWhat nerve yl And what audacity r 1 Is it straight goods Orliobair That a Fair A vulgar Street Fair Such as visited BardstowntLawrenceburg and other one Horse towns Wishesto co et Springfield Toinvade our effete And virtuous community sTheWe who take nothing strongert t Than the Bloomer Girls And a dog and pony showjj And that great annual event The Washington CountrFairtNay nay get thee hencetYe aggregation of spielers With your highdiving Billy Goat and Enoch the Manfish We want none of you Get ye to Lebanon Or some other Seaport Where your talents Will be appreciated We protestV1fi 1 Our level best A Yt You bet J Not yet r Have we come b the point When we will allow Any extra dimes to be Carried out of the county For our people must save And spend their money athome And not for shows That goes Besides the base ban seasons yet young And who knows There May yet come along More Bloomer Girls Or other attractions ust as strong Which will not QorrupV Our morals IjkeIRiding a horrid Ferriswheel Orgazingat Enoch or Eauwhoteats en alive i D 10 UNDERTAKING Few p people of the town who have not visited the place have any conception of what a bisI undertaking is the building of the ice plant and water filter which has been under construc tion for severial weeksl down at the reservoir The work has been carried on under many difficulties and has involved an immense amount 6f labor and expense but it has prog essed to a point nowwhere ftie comple tion of the task is in sight and the management can promise to have the plants in operation Ice of home manufacture It is promised will be on the market before the really hot weather setsin and if nothing unforseen happens the public water worlds will be furnishing pure water instead of the liquid of odiferous complexion now being s rvedI y RIDDANCE A quar GOOD ofyoung neerdo wells about town belonging to that fraternity known as Dead Game Sports have been con spicuously adsent froin their usual haunts for the past two or three weeks and it lias be come whispered about that there are reasons good and strong for the scarcit of these particnlar D G Ss in this particular baili wick just at present The last grand jury it seems issued nu merous indictments for various offenses and many offenders have taken alarmin time to dodge the sheriff With his dreaded bench warrant C ROWING WARMAS only about six weeks remains before the Democratic primary in this coinlty the various candidates are etting in their bestj licks and are now out for blood The warmest contest is lookedl for between the two sheriffs tickets and the candidate for highsheriff and his four depu ties on each side are hustlingr rnight and day The race for Assessor which is an open one with a big field is also attracting attention and at the presentt I stage looks to be anybodys race Candidates for other county offices appear to be walkovers except perhaps in one instance where a contest is likelyf The Ii second aspirant half not declared hinfselfas yet however but it is saidi will make known his inten tions in a Sew days 3 JJ ETTER STREETS The P Town Trustees are to be commended for the good work they are having done on streets of the town The rock crusher has been at work and several hundred perches of crushed stone have been spread on the- treets which willmake them in firstclass condition in a short time Taxpapers will never complain of money that is spent judiciously f9lI public street im provement Nothing adds more o the attractiveness of a town tbangoodstreet l CAHOpTlie Annual XsHop at Tatham Springs Hotel will beheld on next Fri day e enng June 24 The hotel this season is undei the manage ment of Mrs Wornall who has contributed so much in the past to its success and reputation TIle hop vhich is always given near the opening of the season attracts a good crowd of young peopie and the one this year pro fuses to be quite up to the standard f DO IT TODAY The timeworn iinjunction NeAer put off Hill tomorrow wbatyoucan do tociayis now generally presented ip this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or de moralizing old with which you have been stiuggliig for several days porhaps wpeks Take some reliable mcdy for It TODAY and let UiatremeaybeDr Bos chees German Syrup which ha- sLenn use for over thirtyfive yearL A few doss of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough orcoidT and its continued use for afew dayswill cure you comp etely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has done be- fOre in thousands of Apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 7 cAt C J Haydons drugstore V A StrOll Heart is assured by perfect digestion Indi gesfton swells the stomach and puffs il up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpitation of the heart and general weakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion rer lieves the stomach takes the strain off theheart and restores it to a full performance of its function naturally KOdol increases the strength by enabling the sfomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate anti appropriate to theblood and tissues all of the food nutriment Tones the stomach and digestIve organs Sofd by aU druggitc flees LAXATI Hon y and Tar is the origiual Laxative cough curejllt is the beet laxatiye cough syrup made Bees LaTtative Honey and Tar con ta ins the antiseptic hcaliutr southing and strengthening properties of the Native Pine combiced with other in gredients in a laxative syrup made from pure strained honey Cures all cgtghs and strengthens weak lungs Sold by C JHapdon Up In The Air V O O Stealey the Courier Journals Washington correspon dentwrites as follows concerning tho Residential contest The situation at this time is decidedly mixed in fact all up ia theair Cleveland is in the bush Parker bnthebench and Hearst moaning over his setback in Colorado and Utab for to Hearst the loss of these two States which ho had so lovingly nursed was the unkindest cut of all He did not mind what they did Jo him in Ohio and Indiana but to enter as it were into the bosom ofhis own family and snatch from his own fireside two off his cherished childrert was an actJ that bows down bis head with the weight of its woe The Street fair The street fair and carnival has come and gone and the old town is rapidly resuming its nor mal appearance The Carnival company during the week pre sented a number sf shows which wore fully worth the admission notably Enoch the Manfish The Old Plantation atid the Electrical Theater while Little Nellie the high diving dog was a marvel to the animal creation The Ferris Wheel did a land Iildidwell behaved and polite to all and deserved a much better pa troffage than theyreceived and the managing officers Messrs t Finnigan and Marfcinelli are thorough gentlemen and business men There was littlOor no disorder at any time during the week and Judge P C Wa11 ker of the Police Court is com plaining loudly because of the slight patronage he received All iin all this city had a most enjoyable week and ifi the same company should come back to this city they would be welcomed by all Anderson News This is the same qompan which wanted to come to Spring field and offered 150 for th6 privilege but our worthy Town Trustees influenced by protests turned down the proposition on l the ground that it was abad show StarlUu EVIdenceI Fresh testimony in great quan tityis constantly coming in de daring Dr Kings New Disco ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from TtJ 3 2 i arland Bentorville Va servesas example He writes SIIi had Bronchitis for three vears and doctored all the time wit oulbeing benefittod Then I begantaking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equajllj effective in curing all Throat and Lung trouble s Consomptin Pneumonia and Grip j Guaran teed by U J Hajdon Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes oOcanUlOO FeellpuJimDooE Tfie feeling of impending dooni in the may victims of frights disease and diabetes has been changed ltothankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Folcys Kidney Cur41t will cure incipient Brights disease and diabetes and even in the worst cases gives comfort and relief Slight disprderstre cared In a fevr daysj 1 had diabetes in its xverst fonu Writes Mdrion Lee bf Duurth Indl 1 tried eight physicians without r 1lCiI Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made me a well man1 Sold by Wood Campbell Smallpox at Lebanon Snall poX in a mild form has ntidstAboutBarr was called to W F pow lers repair shop where he found four of Mr Fowlers children suffering from symptoms hatI were difficult to diagnose but which he thought meant small pox The latter part of last week tbceases were fully de veloped and Dr Barr notified the Board of Health which ordered the entire family removed to the pest house near the old fair grounds This order was complied with and the trick en family was removed abput 11 oclock Monday night Dri Barr has charge of the patients who arb doing very well The house where the disease developed has been disinfected and every pro caution taken to prevent the a spread of the disease and it is lq be hoped that uo new cases may develop Enterprise HOWS m We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured t5y Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fluan ctally able tQ carry out any obliga tions made by his firm WARDING KIJNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken hter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the syatem Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by aU Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation PUfllf Early Riser The famous little sills 1 New Laws JJ Monday was the ninetieth day since the adjournment of the legislature and ninEty seven bills passed by that body became followJing are some of the most import ant ones urqf which carry appointments to bo made by theIounties of Knott Magoffin and iFloyd in wbida Judge an- d1Commonwealtb named for service until the libe in November next the Embalmers measure providing a Board of five members to bestyled the Board of Embalmers and whose authority is- O regulate the practice in Ken tucky the dentall measure au thorizing the Executive to appoint five members of a State Board of Dental Examiners and the State Board of Health Bill adding by appointment an oSteo- pathic physician to the Slate Board of Health Other measures of general interest which become effective on Monday next are the registration certificate for all voters the Policemens Pension Fund Bill for Louisville the Six Months Common School Term Bill the measure making chicken stealing a felony the Game Warden and Game Season bils the bill tax ing shares of stock of national banks in the hands of the bank the bill providing for the re newal of franchises of public utility corporations the Berea College Bill prooibiting the co education lit races in any school the Compulsory Edutation Bill providing for the election of truant officers in the cities of the State the bill regulating the spei d of automobiles and the bid making September 1 the date of assessment of property for the purpose of taxation Taking all in all the last session was a very creditable one FRANK KEENB Candidate for Democratic nomination for Sheriff Primary August 6 1904II Colored Man Killed Evan Harris cdlorifu who was employed by Huston Duncan of Bloottfiqld who are engaged in the lumber business at More land KYi was killed last Satur day by a logrolling aver him ETarriswas scotching on a skid leading to acar The log they were loading was a large one and four horses were pulling it on the car Harris waswarned by Mr Green Duncan who is in charge of the business to keep out of the way as an accidept was liable to occur About this time time the rope broke and thg log rolled od Harris The break ing of the unfortunate negros bones could be hard at a dis tance of orty feet However he lived se veral hours after the accident and told his wife before dying that if he had listened to Mr Duncan he would not have gotten hurt He leaves his wife and two small children Bards town Standard AyerDo you like your thin rough short hair Of course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why Hair Vigor not be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whole story Sold for 60 years I hive used Ay rt lUlr TJror for s long time It lJ Indeed a wonderful hair toutc restoring healthto the hair iid scalp and at the tame Ume provlnr a plerdld dre lnp JnJ ToLTcX 1adUlInd T 1100 a bottle J nitTxiwelt Mss4nJQIIUfor Weak Hair A Snake Story Mr W A Weller of Dcatsville was in this city Wednesday and related to the Rqcord the follow ing snake story Mr Weller said that on the Monday pro vious he and his son felled a large popular tree for the pur pose of making it intO saw llos feetIivhich was unfit to be left on a log and they determined to saw out a block six feet iin length and then cut a ten foot log above the blemish In sawing this cut they found a cavity in the body oi the tree in which there was a large cow snake over three feet iia lengtn The cavity would hold about a gallon and a half and was polished as smooth as glass by the snake in its fruitless efforts to escape from its prison Mr Weller and a number of other gentlemen carefully ex amined the blpck to see If they could discover how the snake got ioto the hole which was Situated about four inches from the near est point to the bark and was en tirely surrounded by perfectly sound growth of wood Run fling down from the hole was a streak or scar which looked as though a branch had been broken from the tree years ago but rthichwas also grown over with a sound growth of wood and bark Other than this there was no evidence as to how or when the snake found its way into its place of confinement The supposition is that many years ago the snake found the cavity and crawled into it for winter qvarters and in some way the entrance thereto became ob structed and and the snake t as unable to get out For years the reptile was turning and twisting vainly seeking to escape and by its constant motion polishing the walls of its prison The tree continued to add new growth until alt traces of the entrance were entirely obliterated The snake was active and full of life when liberated and was in the act of crawling away When diS patched by r Weileiv There is no telling how many years the snake had been confined in its prison or how life was sustained while there but it was there and was alive and Well looking like any other snake of the same variety This story is vouched for by Mr Austin A Weller who is one df the most prominent citizens in the teatsvlle Neigh borhood Nelson Re ord i Yoisf ot All EIcrgiccs Can anything be wprse than to feel that every minute will be vour last Such was the expe- rIence ofrs SH Newscn Decatur Ala For three years she writes i endured insuffer able pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death stemeft inevitable when doctors and all remedies tailed Aj length 1 was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result- sw mil aculous I ImproVed att once and now Im completely t recovered For Liver Kidney yomach and Bowel trouble Electric Bitters is the only med iidine Only 50c Its guaranteed by C J Haylon Druggist Au Alarm Clock For 25c If you want to get up early and feet good alll day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest arid refreshing sleep with agenj tie movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H HoweHHous ton Tcacas says Early RiserS are the best pill made for constipation sick headache billiousaeM etc Sold by ill druggists 4 Pfneules is the name of a uew dis- cOvery put up in a neW way a cartain cure fotaH Kidney ajid Bladder trou bles Rheumatism Lumbago etc Yqu aresequ sted to call at our store and let us show you Pinenes derived from the pines Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Qseer Case Monday a most unusuaLIsci was Jip in Judge Roach s cportt ia which two cow and a palf were the chief witnesses The ownership of the caljf was in liti gation A cow belonging to Mr George Wood and one belonging to Mrs AlmediaBrown had been pastured together afld when one of them gave birth tb a calf both parties claimed it And to mike matters more complicated both cows claimed it toO In order to assist the jury in reaching a decision the animals were brought J1pbeforethemput both cowswere equally solicitous and demonstrative toward the calf and the calf unselfishly die vided its attention between the two cows The result was a hung jury and a now date was set for the trial Harrodsburg Herald CURES VHIE YOU SLEEPS Hyomel Guaranteed to Cure Ca tarrhier MeRcy Refunded liy Wood ft Campbell lIn addition to breathing H omei three or four times a day through the inhaler that comes with every putfit it is well in the treatment orcatarfh or catarrhal colds to mtiten apiece of flannel with a few drops of Hyoraei and pinit to the nlgljt clothes right under the chin In this way Hyomoi will be breathed the whole night long curing while you sleep In most cases it will break up a cold over night Ths complete Hyomei outfit consisting of a poeket inhaler medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei costs bat ORe dollar The inhaler wilt last i a lifetime and if more Hyomei is needed extra bottles can be obtained forfiftycents It iis the most economical 9f all rem edies for the cure of catarrh and the only one that follows natural method in treating diseases of the respiratory organs Physicians ad vise a change oT climate for tile cure of catarrh With Hyomei a change Ot climate is gained while at home Its healing balsams impregnate the air you breathe and their healthgiving and germ destroying powers got to the most remote air cells of the respFra tory otiansJYou take no risk in buying Hyomei Wood Campbell have So much conk lldence in its power to kill catarrh grippe and catarrhal colds that they sell it under their personal tgaranee to refund the money if it fails to cure AUDnoists asktbe readers of this japer to test the value of Ko lol Dyspepsia Cur Those persons who have Used it anG who have been cured by Ih do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends Kodol digests whatyou eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia cure is pleas ant and palatable Sold by all Drug irlsts The fKHtlcer The fellowwho sits all day doing nothing and complaiqing that everything sr eswrong and nothing goes right ifs the man who Is really in nard luck arid he alone iis responsible for this state oP affairs If you want tq succeed in life stop knocking stop med dhng with other peopteVbns1 ness and go to work says the Earlington Bee The min or woman who goes about town with a jbugft face complaining that times are hard that neces sities of life are too highland enyying their neighbors good fortune only malcethemselvels miserable and in no wise better their condition financially or otherwise If you woUld have things nice in your home if you 6uld lay by something for a rainy day if you would be happy cheerful and contended go to work quit knocking land keep busy e lat TtOi llacb Would quickly leave you it you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless mont for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure olood and build up your health Only 25c money back it not cured Sold by C iif Haydon Druggist Bees LAXATIVE Hoijey and Tar is different from all ther ccugh yrups It contains antiseptic proper ties to destroy the geifms solvent properties to cut the phlegm and lax ative properties to cleanse thesysfeM Bees Laxative Honey and Tar is a pleasant permanent cbnre for al coughs colds lung and bronchial iro bles Sold by Haydomfs Pharmacy Irtttoc Ti Ifcc TiWc The ptfblksls notified that my son Alyin Riley who is not yet 21 years ofage is not a member of my household and isnot su- thoriaedopuChaSe Anything on my account or to bind me hi any way for any sum apd I will not pay debts dr contracts made by him and thote dealing With MM must look ak e to him JcHful iIlzestpf tbetr corsctsJoint J ji2a1t 1 A I iRdy 18 years oJd was killed by a trHej frolsQnff had been on visit to bjnr011 and 14 Jlwebatt ticket for t Boston where his mther resideand Was een at the latt rpace fLlOut 9 oclock that right Early the following morning his body r ff badly crushedndmngkrj j was rrfound tying beside the railroad and his dog guarding there 4 i mains The supposition ii that j he was struck by a freight train tand instantly killed but in what ncr no one knows HeS was gentlemanly young man and it is 8II idthat he bad dtbeenc tory at Boston for some time nIto Eliz bethtowntforinlerrment Bardstown StandarJ J GOO j SPIRITS G lspiritsdona1lcomefrom I Kentucky Their main source is the liver nd aU the fine spirits ever made m the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundred ndbne ii canthaver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition it would feet buoyant happy youIiIi hopeful bright oteye llgfitt step vigorousand successful iiIyour pursuits You can put your tril August Flpwerit titi E greatest of all medicines for the fliver and stomach and a certain r cure remedy It has for dyspepsiaormdigestiCnffI August ef your liver healthyI anil active and thcs USOU a liberal sUp ly of f 1 good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75cAt C JHaycfons drugstore TbrcePhysiciansTreatetBiI nua sicCi W L Yaii e Pad cahXT writes I hada severe Caeof kidney disease aud three of the bett physicians in Kentucky treated tae without success j tthen took Foleys Kidney Cure The lirst bottle gave immediate relief and three bottles cnredwe pernianentlyj gladly recommend woadcrful f cinady f Sold by Wood Campbell r Aiiclcit luesij j Mr Sylvester Malone whof lives on a form about two miles P the other side of Ne Market on the Campbellsviile pifw in i town Tuesday exhibiting a par Lion of the backbone cf some iii animalwhich had petrified Sev 1feral days ago Mr ilalonVs son k fin plowing struck a portion mof I the petrificaonpnd Mr Malem has ever since bee excavating j in an attempt to unearth tlie find Itis four or five feet under earth arid itis imppMibte to get f r theobject out whole The p6r lion s pwnus Tuetday was about 14 inches in length abauji 10 inches wide and 4 inches thick The marrow in the bone nasi plainly visible likewise the Joints j 1fimonster Judging from the weight of the pieCN already re covered Mr Maloaeihinks fcjjit it willl aggregate 1500 pauMtds hdiispeCleatmysterrl Nearly all who sw the poftionj thegetlemaW had here wre Of the opinipn that it was a loSastoi ydon an extinct geails of JMDI mals allied fotthe ekphact bet larger It iis jipoieibieJinfi- rm i this theory as Mr Moes iis excavating froTtfce rear i iand it will beseeral tottotof he teaches the head uiiclcase hiti isthe r oiiM os Mastodon thfi sk wilt t fudawl may lej jffiirelv feet in length There M lio iWl lfttinghomaiytbousaedaoyersthis J t tbV bowel of Cotbtr EaJ1 4 tthelohiUot i t peoa ojL remoie aiiall life aDQnEaterprt ti C STORfAil 4 aM IL DI P ot 4 I TSADEII1 A TEA IN ADVANCE tC rtiJ D1V- jL q Jt L DAVI30N Jr 6 CAPD f iPSISI 11 cI Ytteea kul AIL I stc 0T d MtUUealtw firltiiTarif at wr ratw fct cash 4b w bs psM MelsS4radI 4 UMr l 81th rWJNIIMMuf reipect 3 K eX1I 250 hH r 500 assos lrU0 Ltst tf 1 TUrnD43jj31904 v We are aitIl ei 0 xnnouace L L LITSIY M x czIMte for reelectioa U the 4Ct 4f Cwwty Juflf of Washington cMity1Iicct tn tke action of the August 6 1904 peaocratic pclaiary f W artto UBOIUlce the aIogON1E D PARBOTT tM 90901 Sheriff i iMwUkteto lOt JfWataffftMi eoMty Object to the aM e 1 tlMDeMOCratlc party Jl6MtIeaXoTcur 1O3 w utlloriH4i tO aRoWce 1 8 OSBOURNE JuaeMiiWe fot tIM o ce of Sheriff eWMhte0e cot4y If elected H f H Powell MMlew Sam Anderson I aMaMMrt deM will be his 4ce liec Sfbject to the action of UM Dee e cpril1 Aago t Stli 1 We are authorized to announce 3 FitANK KEEN- JI aca iWate for the office of Sheriff ef Wa hi ftan county subject to the actkm of the Djeaiocratic primary Aufwt 1804 If elected his depu t tk will be R H Mullican Henry- and HiHo Geprge Cocanougher Gkerre Bowe EW are aMNIseiJ to anmomnce GEORGE D CATLETT reelection to theae a eartUate for ettcc fJlfier ef Washiagton connty ict to the acttoa or the Demo cratic fd acy As4 tb 1904 I 1 We are authorized to anuje TP OBRYAN as a caJM1tci te for the oW of Asses- ii iKoi Washington county subject to the action of tae Democratic primary Atgiut 8 19W Your surtport re Jj ectfully aelicited We ire authorized to announce f j W D CLAYBROOKE for RejJreseBtatire inas a caa4idate t1Mlwtrlwtlseo the Kentucky Leg- lilitSre fro Washington county inject to t1rf action of the Democratic me man Aiijtst6th1W04 We are autborizedto announce MISS ELLA DSHAUNTY t- ai a candidate for the office of Super iateHeatof Public Schools of Wash ington couaty subject to the action of the De ocratic primary August 0 1804 We are authorized to announce- S W BUSH asa candidate for reelection to ti e Ii oJce of Superintendent of Public Schools of Washington county sul ijectw the action of the Democrat c t 1 e priry August 6 1904- se j myel t iM filf It will be Roosevelt and Fair banks that will carry the Re publican emblem at the National t a election The convention at Ghicagoc was harmonious and enthusiastic and it was all Roc v ltrof course Fairbanks of Indiana was the favorite for VicePresident from the start 1 and was nominated amidst en p thusiasm TiREST DID IF QFFtl itlIe naDeaNt Cure Dyspepsia GetYiiarMeiseyackat WeN Campbeir e y rva ao risk whatever purr 4ckang Miona Natures cure for I GUARANTEE tWe hereby agreo tu cefund th OH5Y paw for Miona OB return 0 Ike eMpty box it tIN purchaser telh as that ithi failed to cure dj apepsia or stMMfa troubles This guar aiitee covers two SOc boxes or 3 rnuutk kMttSig ed Wood k Campbell Take J4io afora month aCOc box eawWOM two watk treatment and if c g4stlp ycu bring back the e ta4y bs tto W od Jc Campbell aDd UNJ willrttiici your JBOoey in accord aec with the fua vntee I 1Mii1iii iac tLyc1z i 2ftIItJlqiJ i rti Mr J W Tskr efTnr art Va r Stcaaidsa tach and Idlsr T e4l hae siit kiorea ttWr 1M oiltget from a Itw fcysfck in- this f w aMS to COp04a41 a ii edi c CUM tkat w M produca sch fraUfy yl Jaf jftaaltl tp aaiaf lUamtTtca ble bUfoa ess or coMtiftttioa ma whoW time tMdldbe used Jprftparingthia OM meiicliK Fur sale at Uvydenx QaJt rt1I j ii ii iiWnhfliW li iifiihiiH N u W HHiiW I IN S From The County t i J Hajppcnlni Anon the Guilty Peple II tsII i tIii as Reported by our GOllesPond IItII nnlllnrnnnnnnnnnnnnAnnnnnll11nnn nnnnriJldA ft AA8 Pleasant Mr W LrM5 Wilham Mr Edgar Wilbam were tbe pleasant George Shirley and day last Mr John Kays had tune to lose a valuable SOur week school at this begin the first wibMr Henry Wells as teacher Mr J A Durr and family of Mr Worth urday and Sunday Mr Charles wife of Pulliam were this vicinity Saturday dayr Mis Mollie Gibson ville has returned to the infirmary this being tripSSilas Armstrong new rubber tire 119 Miss Mary Clark of widow of Joseph Clark land who has len for years flied last Remains were in view cemetery Miss Birdie Brown oMr John Brown of is in a very critical with a complication of Mr BucK Long is this writing with John R Rose has rubber tire buggy J M Royalty and ted at J S Royaltys The people in thisi who are not done would most heartily good rain J T Lester Nackvirie sold a six year old horse son Harrodsburg at sold a plug horseat and calf at 35 Creed Hjckerson of the week to visit Paette Idaho Willis Bottom of 1000lb heifer of J gorat 365 per PJllsYrounch of calves of ties at 12 50 each There will be ah trient at tthe High ing in Mackville on of thejth of this ning at about 8 p m the public is cordially Reed Thompson worthy and popular has been attending U college at L home fqr the vacation 061 Geqrge Varr alscf AA Camp of were in town Sunday One of the most casions that we have pleasure of attending time was that of a social given by Miss dod in honor of hEir cousin Miss Hattie Friday evening M Martin Sam and accompanied by Hope Carpenter son and Lillfe and ance ren of Perry ville were Emery Peter of Den andNDr Preston stead Ky are around Mackville Oscar Mayes of Ind week was in our Butler Sh wmaker se eral thousand othy hay to different 75c per hundred Cel Coleman bought a bunch of of W B Hutchett at Ibs Also a 1070 Ib 415va 100 IDs b a MissEva Hatch t relatives it cU b Irvine MaJ esu twoyearold mare 1 bert Horn at i5O Will Sweeeybou bined Sjrearold Yankry at 125 Derwood Shewm l twoyear aid colt 6f J ey at 80- Miss Beulah Turner IAyerk IQ 10 girls is visiting at Stan Edwards book agent o f haibeen doing a nice through this section J llillsboro T 0 Prattler and wife relatives in the JVillis Y Saturday and Sun eing of Louisville ac dby his sistersof Ta the family of J M last week Lucy and Mollie of near Fenwick spent with Mrs W E Suth IIOllie Sutton one of Willis fairest girls has been visi in this community tthe week appeared in our last l which we now desire to for the benefit of the It stated that Bro is meeting hete would Wednesday night after Sunday in July It have been on Wednesday the third Sunday in requested to say that Coulter has a crop of to plants that measure across from tip to tip whole crop will average Now is there any the county who can beat crop If so let us community them will be well in the primary for of Coroner as we have Capt Settles M Montgomery the pres nt Both are making canvass and each de he will win by a nice public is invited to attend here Sunday morning and Walking Bible Julie preach one of his able Sutherland sold a year to Z P Leach man for bought a buggy from Co pf Mackville an lvalso 8 ewes from J lor 40 isprettids1 rilo team met Saturday and played a practice between the first and nine The boys showed sldli in playing ai d proper practice they a hard team to defeat will be a match game here evening unless there iis team against the in which case they t play cholera is raging in this and has killed a llarge of hogs S H Crook Coleman Settles have al l t heavily from it Robt of Wayside has a reme has never failed to cure The medicine cost unless it gives a perma Shields has recently calves ana a trjlk cow ded witha peculiar dis When first taken they head to the nsrht side greatly The animal a short vhile This is disease in this community nottcedio the Standard famous Belled Buzzard in Nets n county a few Tnis is certainly a bird for he has been Taylor county and recent where he badl bee Warren county A few ago we saw this Belief with hs tinkling bell to the buzzard roost that on Mayes creek We that several years ago oy boys put a sheep l a buzzard and ever since has periodically made e in this yicinitv quite familiar to all our but whether this is tbe that appeared in Nelson and other places one only but we are in to think that Hillsboro is this now famous Belled first made its start question why will a person as much for a paper as good when the NEWS answersthe requrements It must be that thy fail treat rule of health p the bowels regular tile treat mcdlciie i06AVerl Wadyoutacheorbeard BUCKINGHAMS DYE j or rickblat tse ram n u rJWLa oi T to realize and to appreciate thq valueof a good hOne paper that tells them all about themselves and friends Here is another question Why is it that so many will read the home letter the first thing and urge the cor respondent to write a long letter furnishIhimletter It seems to us that it woud be more comfortable if some of the young men who attend meeting here would remain throughout the services insteadof tiptoeing out on squeaky shoes and closing a still squeakier door after them during the sermon This is es ppcially noticeable at the after noon services It has called forth some very plain words from our members in regard to it The primary election to nomi nate candidate for county officers is not long off and on that day every Democrat should come out and vote It seems that tVe Sheriffs race is attracting so much attention that the other races are being put in the back ground LILAC ratham Springs Death has taken from Mr and Mrs Murray Grider a little in fant babe It was sick only a t few days of pneumonia The family has the sympathy of the communityMrs Clark died last Wednesday night at the home of Mrs Sallie Mitchell The causes not exactly known but she had been sick a long time She was the wife of Mr Joe Clark and the daughter 01 Mr Thomas Hedger both deceased Her former home was at Hillsbcro but she had come to live at Mr Mitchells last winter Her age was about 65 years She was buried in the Fairview cemetery Dr Hatchett and wife have re turned from the Worlds Fair Mr Hanna shipped fpm this country about 200 lames last week at 5 cents Mr Ivan Cary has moved to the house he purchased of Mrs Foster Mr John Leans says there is asnake on his place that he believes has escaped from a show somewhere Mrs Bill Keeling and daugh ter Addi and Misses Nannie and Gertha keeling visited at the home of Mr John Perkins Wednesday V llast v Rev IJatchelt bought a buggy from Mr Albert Wilham for 7250 J r I WIUjsburA The Sir Knights of the Macca bees gave an ice cream supper at this place on Saturday night June 4th There vias quite a crowd present and among the number 6f visitors and passers bv was a party Consisting pi thirty vtwo youoc people from Perry ville who had spent the day at Tatharh Springs and were loyally entertained by Mrs Wornall during the day After 0 oclock the wagon driven with six horses was loaded and an hour later they reached the hall- whore the supper was given at this place The party was given in honor of Messrs Frank and Fred West of Perry ville it being their 21st birthday The Sir Knights express their thanks to their many friends in ussisting them in their wotfk Miss Mattie Brown of Louis ville is at homo tq spend the summerII Mrs Fred Hughes and four of her children arEick with the measles I VVe are sorrj to report that wear gob g to los our eseemed miller J C Burns and family from ourmidstifThey have been living here quite a while and have made usefufand good citi zens While Lawrenceburff will have them for its own benefit we will lose them c Born to the wife of Jimtar- lw t on last Sunday morning a 10 pound boy V IJrW W Hyatt was in Louisville i on business last week Mrs Rachel Grume ot Wood lawn is fisiting her son Dr San Grume at this phrceIMr Rodney Crume of Nelson cornty visited relatives here Sat urday and Sunday I Miss Annie Mcllvoy spent several days urtii Miss Birdie1 Brown at SiarpulleIRufus Foster knd wife spent vacation Disease takes no summerII If you need flesh and slrengthuseScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free ampleISCOTT fc EOfrNE Chem5 U 4IH15Pe3i1 Street New 5oC and zco all druggau YorkI Sunday at Tatham Springs MrWm Keelfng wife and daughter Miss Addie spent last p1rlkn3l Mrs Searjy daugh ter of yJaur town epent last week at the home of t Reed Lester Clyde and Miss Mabell Gibbs have taken thfe measles as well as quite a number of other children in this community Mr Sam Keeling and family ot Louisville were the guests of 0 0 Foster Mr WSGibbs was called 1id Louisville to see his son Cecil who is very ill Edgar Rile is on the sick list Valley Hill 4 We will try again to have our little villaft rei rasar ted in the nejs7 columns of the NEWS LEADERThe residence which Mr Palmer Grundy is having erected for Mr Ham Piles is about coII pleted This will be a great addition t the business faculties of our village as well as bringing in our midst two wellknown citizens James Moran is quite ill at this writing Mr TP o Bryan wbo isa candidate for Assessor was in our midst Thursday soliciting votes He is a welltnown citizen at d will doubtless prove a hard man to beat Mr Frank Keene the popular candidat3 for Sheriff was in our midst Monday Mr and Mr John Baker df near Tatham Springs visited at the home orif A Tatum last week T J Trant and wife were in our midst Sunday On last Monday afternoon the stock barn belonging to Mr S P Den inger was discovered on fire Appeal was made for help but before sufficient aid arrived the barn was reduced to ashc A corn crib which was standing near the barn was also burned The barn was one among the finest lathe county and was a great los lInsurance ampuots to 400 which will rebuild a nice barn How the fire originated is not known Louis Head visited Willie Moran Jr Saturday night and Sunday Several of our young gents attended the ice cream supper at Maud Saturday night r Miss Lydia Virgin one of the Maud neighborhoods fairest daughters visited her sister Mrs Edward Goatley Saturday night She extended her visit to Misses Susie find Bertha Edgerton of near Hillsboro Mr Clias Shehun was in our midst SaturdaywMisses Miranda Mayhel and Louise Tucker and Beatrice Elliottspdni llast Thursday with Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes Gilbert Donahue Will ONeal Frank Janes and Earnest Goat lley were in the Hillsboro neigh borhood Sunday eve t Rubber Tires are all the go in this vicinity but three gents are too many for one especially when driving young horse J C Hughes was in the Hills boro neighborhood Sunday J C Piles wife and daughter were at the home of T A Tat m Sunday UNO 0 MOORESVILLE There was a large crowd at Maud last Saturday night t3 at tend the ice cream supper We are informed that they realized 3850 Mr James Moore and Miss Irene Corbelt and Mr E G Boblitt and family of Springfceld spent last Sunday at Mr Jeff Smiths our time soon expires for IWell g mail to Maud and Mores iile July first is the day the new schedule takes effect We wish them good luck iin their undertaking IMr Joe Beaven will soon have Mrf Walls barn completed It is rumored that Mr T D Sweeney has made an assignment however he is winding up his iffairj If the people who owe him woull pay him it would fcej ill O 1C witi him We hope c Sole Agents for Old Hickory arid Studebaker agons Headquarters SUPPLIES McCWRE 1 WELLS j i rI fl 1r f I 1 DEALERS l f ftil IiI J Buggies IImpithileilts1 Grau aM held Soods flII I 4 L y We handle Buggies Surreys of till iiiiO t1 rJj the purchaser Agents for the Syrdcuse Hillside1 1 t Call our extensive line of Harness CbllaTs 1 and Horse Blimkets J f SEED OATS Cash Paid for HIDES and FURS they will- Sunday School every Sunday Sc o ii moningat half past ifne at New ROle churchr Mr VTm Sweeney arid Mr Jeff Cox swapped horses theI other day Boh got cheated so they say There is a young lady iin thU vicinity who says that she has quit wearing diamonds Cjornis looking well It is an oldjsayinga dry June for a good crop year We su ey have had a dry June this year There is a tobacco setter in this vicinity and it ih being used aid plants seem to be doing alrigbtv News iis scarce this week Wed not hear or see anything that ii IAMonday night A large amouiit of ttobscco wvs set and reset Tuesday qA oung mans condut last Saturday caused bim toL leiye for parts unknown SundayS accusedlori think he had better leave I will not mention any names our cornor munity knows who they are Commissioners Sale James H Burns adrar c PlItva r XEqtj Della Burns et al dfts j By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho court rendered at the Mat term thereof 1904 inthe above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyn ON MOIiDAY JUNE 27 19W at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be hfghesclbiddtrof 6 and 12 months the following described property tOwlt at a point on the Willisburg and Chaplin turnpike road to corner to James Scott thence witn hs line as follows 8 401 w 89jpoIes to a stake in a drain thence down and With said drarnasit meanders SGf w 225 poles S 15 w 852 poles thence S 54+ w 183 poles thence S 52 w 1168 poles loa beech on side of tbe drain corner to said Scott thence up the hill running wth said Scotts Jine S 8U E 21 POles to a stake on the thence S 2J polesridgeI branchsoagona corner and Yocum thence down and with the meanders of same S 301 w GJ poles S 5HI3 15 poles S 2it w3tpoles S aUf w 7 pples S 31 w5 poles S 45 w Hi poles S 3lw6poeS45 w 14i 25 pules to a stone just above a leaning sycamore on the No th side of Water RUD thEnce thence down same leaving same 2 3 on the left bunk as you go 90 poles to a stake opposite mouth pf the long branch lheice up and with the meanders of same as N SO E 16 poles to a small oak near a water gap N 2 J E 2744 poles thence N 26t E184 poles to mouth of bran h thence up the right hand forkNSii ElOi poles N3Bt E 15 poles thence N 3H E 17 poles then e N 42t E 19k poles to a beech snag theqce N 48V E 24 poles thence N 49 E 18 G8 poles thence N 20 E 183d poles thence N4C2E 4 pol s to end of a slut fence N 30 E4 poles to a stone PratherS cornet also dorner to Chea1 ham thence with the fence as it now stands running on the Chetham line leaving the fence on Burns side S69 E 13i poles thence S 74 E 363 poles thence S 87 E 3 45 poes to middle cf said pike thence with of said pike 86 92 poles to the beginning con taming 78t acresSFor the purqhase price tbe puT chase or purchasers with Approved security or sureties mast execute bond bearing legal lntdretIroni uaw ot sale until having the fore and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with tblse terms JI G LE ACHM AN M G wc a i Everybodyshouldtake a tpnlc at this season so why pot hive too best F hrs malt tonic C I H gan AgE for all EARM SPRINGFIELD 11 Phone No 20 alike r sell Coal in Any tfrom a jll fl 1 IN Carts and Gear night thence E22t Prather follows another middle paidnd V fi g 1r 1 CASE S pLp STAND i Y 1 i D ecd Prices J D J I I p thC bowels and stomach stops crying cures summer complaint 4 MiyerYcweii of Owensboo Xisays Our b3by was wasting away teething lii bowcia seemed beyond control Three phvsiciaos gvf him op Owens Pink Mixture etr L 2Sci free Mrus THE FLOYD MEDICINE btkUCO I 1 orJD sdS 4 For sale by C J I I L t r 1froFOft40 a Ii blV sog iJg e r dlons ttho lined of tho qJl 1111 rJ it 1f iiI l I y t TtEItP II Bi dJfui a i ii rr Direct lines tot t ff t I and f J Tnrough Pullman Sleengand FreefRetUnii Chair Cars y flomeseekers Excorsloais first aai ffciri Twiwteys el pwitJu It Descriptive f H j Agent ST LOUIS Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease tha is not beyond tho reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE r Splegol ioi N Virginia St Evansville md writes For over four yea Iwa trouble with a kidney and bladderallectlon Iloetfiosh and was unable to work Throe physicians faUcd to hblp mo and I was eoNera die Foloy Kidney Core the first great relief and aftor taking tha Olt1ai H 0 AID An yfir all Cough Lung and Broach Remedies Gum Coughs Strengthens the WnII and Gently Move th Ekrwek Pkiuiaiit to the iaite and forgood PKEf AMD PIMUIS IdIciH t ai r- WeI Quantity Bushel tQt + a Carload n examine Work Buggy Robes Wavbingtoncircaft Beginning TorfladoJllarrosIiyerta 11i tJ i 11 1 B1 our Bug1 TTHE- New Paint Shop SPRINtILD iBuggiesguaiant reasonable BKT3BL PROPRIETOR enoughit 1NHeagItb1s DYSPEPSIA TABLETS 5kwnI HaydonPhaimacist Rare Opporiuniti tJ Capitalist RN I nndft OUr 4- biet SoutvCet systcz Ty IVIissouri Haiisas2 Arkansas5 indiah Territory Louisiana Texas ucla fFjOFOLEYS KIDNEY CURE waa 1001IBEES Laxative IMales HONEY TAR improrem iit TooagfciiOll IV ClJlitA SoldyC JHaydon PITG MATTIIZWI yel1aPeIerAget LOuiILi4KV litlitttl I Commissioner Sale I TrT EsBenethIomiU PIffi t I lCharicsW lf 1 By virtue of a Judgment ard f iII of sale of the Washington CIr Qo rt tendered at the tray thereof 190f in the aboye cause J 5l1a11JJ jjrdceed to offer for sale aLtbe Conrttmase door IH Sprlngfleld Ky MONDAY JUKE 2f 1904 A- ato l lboufr 2 67clpck jpni4j belBifj corint coHrt day to the bi1ghot bidder at public action atxm a credit of six jtipnlh8 the CoUowlllg die rsrlb3dprqpetytowit A tractof laiidliyirtgiA Wasbingtoin County Ky ori the waters of MayefIf Creek and bounded on the north by the r 11To lands of Z I Leacbaan on the south r JEStJ by the Linds ofZ P Leachman and thelandsof Joseph Ola rfci deceased and codtajnsjabouf tWGacr SilFor ih purchase ptk the jHi r chaser or pnroha8 ri with appovdv secarity or Itiretl mart txaee J band bearing kp Unt retrOd4Ma rH1811nUIp id NyhtCL Iud effect of a 5Uc t 8 t will IM requite tto t MAj pI =with these kii WG WACHAWXC w P1 t RinaDcpepsIablDstIUy c 1Nf tTaliev the atoaeck aisI dIrittrare atAat as and cure IL1yspS De r4osagb tarrhofttsiornach ed i4 r Sold iz j T 10118 Pharmacy p 1OLEY3ftONETADTAROurs PT i r 4 D8JJJI BURTON RftttDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACT- EDITHOUT PAIN t ftto7ek1IIlJ BPltlHGFlBLD KY AH Efental Work Strictly j 4 LPirstcLa f DR J lL1 LAMPION OFFICE Vii Open Hou s DR S J StOOl f t 8PlUNGFIELD KY v jOFFICE Dr Rineharfcs for r iitr officfs over Peoples Dtposit JSamk Ochours12to2pi W F l AT Omce GRIQSBYf BPRINOFIELb KY t 1DrS1MGroenj DENTIST sTAllkhdsofd ntal work Teeth oJ extracted without paip Offices formerly occupied by D f gorcic Phoae56 SPRINGFIELD KY 2MW4 HYATT M Dt It r1 SPRINGFIELD KY 4 01 lceinPeoplsDlnk Duildingf 1 93 e cpioi1clOffice e95ce JAMES GRAVES kPFACTICAI Kitcliniaker a1Jwfl 1er- 4 Cnrriesa line of Walehes Clocks and Jewelry Re vuinR Spe JciHlty located atT W bimrasJ- r Jr old law OffiCei rpposite Court House Springfield Ky 1 Ra Ilroad Schedule J I Following iSthe time schedule now in effect on the ardstown and Springfield branch railroad VNo 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction I 502 pm Bardstown p52pm arrives at Spriuglield 045 pm No 414eaves 8rringfieldat h 530 am Bardstown CL7 am Bardlocn Junction 705 amfj t arrives at LouisyilvfcoS am No 43rLeaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 30am Bardstown 11 f5 am arrives Springfield 1240 pm L Np44 Leaves Springfield at 120 pm Bardstownt 230 pm iBardstpwn Junqtton 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards a J town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am ANo 91 SundaysonlyLeayes1 Loaisyille at1 0 pm Bardstowti Junction 650 pmi Bards loWn 735 ppii arrives atSpringfield r823pm L TJOUNYiMAYES EUERA1 DIRECTOR f AND EMBALMEfi TELEPHONE DAY19NLQHT74 SPRINGFIELD IF I jHave You H ulinQ COcIf 4b call up J L ALLEN at the Depot HFiOilT UBU TRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved haulingvline done carefully and at easonable rates t II PHONE 22t JtsProof of hiahcul ture to say the greatest matters in the simplest wayITS j FEHRS MALT j TONIC rliUJJi1illiiiiiU I- iII TOWN I AHA ut Yourself Friends 1 IIHI Acquaintances I I All kinds of fruits received daily at C WHagans Born On Friday June 17th to Mr and Mrs Hugh Stiles a daughter For the nicest queensware at the lowest prices go to Hagan Bros Prescriptions compounded by registered druggists only Wood Campbell We wantyour hams shoulders and bacon highest prices paid Hagan Bros See our line of saddles bridles etc before buying and get prices At Campbells I Arything you want I havegot itand anything you have got to sell I rant it C W Hagan see our 15c brooms good as other people sell for 20c and 25d At Campbells Special attention given Pysi lans prescription day or night Wood Campbell Services will be held at the Baptist church tonight Thursday at8 oclock Rev Poulston will preach Complexion brushes an d spOnges bath sponges and car riage sponges at Wood Camp bens Two cases of F hrs malt tonic belts going off to the Springs and iis much cheaper fC W Hagan Agt Tooth b ushes nail brushes jle h brushes hair brushesJ cloth brushes and all sorts jf brushes at Wood Campb9ll Our stock of nice cake3 is fresh our lemons are llarge and fat so come and get them for hot weather lunch iAt Campibeirs Now is the timelo sell your bacon and lampaying the high est market price Cash if pre C W Hagan Fpr a good cup of coffee try our loose roast Yale coffee at 15c None better at the price At Campbells r Just ask your Doctor what Fehrs malt tonic will do foryou when you are run down in gen eral C WV Hagan At rThe Springfield and Lebanon base ball teanis will play here- this afternoon on the Graded School Grounds A good game anticipated Now remember that I guarantee every bottle ot Fehrs tnalt toai What more could yOu ask Your money backif not satisfied C W Hagan Agt We feel that the summer dull I season is on us so in order to rush up our trade we will give you some deep cut prices in all our lines At Campbell fa Grocery Now stop and think you cannot live but once so why not fellllike living while you live voulneed com1menced on Davison avenue on a lot obtained from Mr Andrew Cunningham Mr P G McElroy cttagein the same neighborhood is almost completed The ladies of the Presbyterian church of Pleasant Grove will give an ice cream supper at Judge B L Lit eys next Wed nesday June 29 from 5 to 10 pm Everybody invited Pro ceeds for benefit of the church Drop in as you go to supper and take a bottle of Fehrs malt tonic with you and see how much better you feell when you awake in the morning b C W Hagn Agt t A very exciting game of ball aftrImenItook ten innings to decide the wonlbypitched for the marriedmen while Son Green did the twirlingI for the single men ChildrnsDay will be observed at Johnsons chapel next Sunday afternoon at 230 pnl A prb gran in which fortyfive children I w wHHiifi iiiifi iiOOii j V Local Happenings of Interest ii The Freshest and Latest J TOPICS i ioM mOOM will participate Will iijterestthe audience The childrens chorus with cornet will be a special feature Prof George Colvin will dqliver an address on Edu cation Seats free to all i I All persons holding tickets in the egg Contest will notice thatI the time expires June 28 The 1 drawing takes place on that day andi there will be no tickets iissued afterJune 27 The winning number will be published immediately and the party hold J ing duplicate of samevill please present and receive prizes M H JONES LosiA tan Eton ja6ket with brass buttons and a black lustre Eton jacket between the residence of MH Jones and Jarbpe Campbells mill Reward if re turned to Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Mr T D Sweeney a merchant of Moor sville this county has filed a deed of assignment for the benefit of his creditors namI ing W F Grigsby assignee An inventory is now being taken The liabilities are greatly in excess of the assets pThe warehouse R Barnes at Bardstown containing feed stuffs vehicles arid l kinds of farming implements was burned at l 6cloclc Saturday The fire originated in the feed depart ment but ibis not known in what mariner The loss js estimated at 15000 It was covered by insurance The fire at one time threatened the whole town Died In MJ ssyurJe A Sedalia Mo paper received at this office gives an accounts of the death ofMr James A Mont gomery a native of this county He was a son of Dr Thpmas J Montgomery a former practic ing physician of this place The account says of hJIl1tr111 Montgomery was born in Spring field Ky December 18 1846 and removed to Sedalia Mo wifti his p tents when hwas 11 years old Wlien he had grown ttto manhood Ilie engaged in the gas buisiness and for twenty seven year be waviriariager fI the Sedalia Gas and Electric company At the same time he built arid managed gas plants at Moberly Lexington Nevada j Mo and Gfeencastle Ind Two years ago his health broke down and hewent to Dal las Tex He removed to St Louis where he became asso ciated with the JenningsAmos Manufacturing company us treasurer He was a member of the Masons Knights of Pythias and the Royal Arcanum Miss Shauntyfor Superintendent In our announcement column there appears this week the ShauntyIe- of County Superintendent of Schools subject to the fiction of the Democratic primary in Au gust In asking forthe support of the voters Miss Shaunty has particqlarly i1 the office to whicli she aspires and which should justify her claims to recognition from theI voters She has long been re cognized as one of the most thoroughly competent teachers in the county and her experience of 18 years in public arid4high schools has served to familiarize her with tne details and require ments of the publib school sys tem SHje possesses the first State certificate ever given in the county She is a woman of fine executive ability and if elected would doubtless proyear most efficient and satisfactoty official Miss Shauntyhasa host of friends and supporters l throughout the county and al though the time is short for the campaign promises tQ give a good account of herself when i the primary takes place in Aut l gustais WpBWh for Reelection II Mr J WBushannounces for reelection to the ffice of County Superintendent of Public Schools for this county subject to thett Democratic primary August 6tbi Mr Bush js now serving his Second term as School Superin tendent and has made a most ex cellent officer He has been at I tentive to his duties and hasimI proved in many ways thet methods of the public schools in this county He has been con1 Headaches lAnd Yy est ing Many who foryears have suffered intensely from I chronic sick headache using drugs of all kinds without benefitt have found iimmediate and per manent relief in properly becauseI3 eye strain was the cause We remove the cause and our cure is lasting Satis faction Guaranteed C F RUSSELL I Maini St Springfield Ky nected with public schools for a number of years having taught his first school in 1878 Mr Bush is a believer in modern methods in the public school system and has inaugurated a system of grading in the public schools of this county which pro mises to work great benefit Mr Bush has always been a strong Democrat and a party worker Judge Litsey Announces t Judge B L Litsey announces this week his candidacy for the office of County Judge of Washington county to succeed himself and M ill submit his claims to the Democratic primary Judge Litsey is too well knowri tothe citizens of the county to need any introduction from Us He has served several terms as the Chief Magistrate of the county and has made a popular official No man stands higher socially or in a business way than Judge Litsey and he has a host of friends throughout the county During his adminitration the affairs of the county have pros pered especially in a financial way as economy has been the watchword In consequence the county debt has been reduced year by year Judge Litsey has always been a fighter for his party and itakes front ranKS in any servieesIare needed LET ERLISr Remaking unclaimed in the Springfield postofllce for week June 22 1901 C EJ L Dunscomb J J Han berry Mrs B Gbunan The Great- WesternPlantCo r John Mack colin Mrs Lue Turhill JSThompson Miss Ella Thomas Mrs Mary Specks Henry Stump Persons caning ror tnese letter will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M Notice to Creditors All persons holding t claim against thgestate of Martha A Glasgow deceased will present same properly proven to the unj dersigned or his attorney T S Mayes Springfield Ky on or before July 1st 1904 J B HILL Executor- of Martha Glasgow SpringfieldKyl Notice to Creditors All persons bavins claims against the estate of Dr H H Herd deceased are hereby notified 10 present same properly proven to the undersigned for settlement at his office in Spring field Ky on or before July 1st 19Q4 T S MAYS Administratorof H H Hord AstrayThree sows and 11 shoats Owner can have same by paying for this ad and keep- WAKEFIELD BROSV MaudKy Taken Lp On my place a sow and pigs1 Owner can have same by proving property and paying all costs JOHN Y MAYES Millinery New summer stylesbought below value as it is llate in the sea son for sale at onehalf former prices At Mansfields B Wonderful things are done foti th human body by surgery Organs are out and scraped and polished nd put back or tbcymay be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take Jhe place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like inju ries before inflamatlon sete in which causes them to heal without maturation and in onethird of the time re qnired by the old treatment Cham Pain Balm acts on this same principal It Is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allay the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of aIn Balm ia your home and it will save ycu time and money not to men ion the inconvenience and goffering which such Injuries entail For sale at jLivdons drugstore a Repairing Promptly I Done at Reasonable Prices Kyjii EIBcN5tL David R Litsey was in Leba non Sunday Mr John Offutt of Bloomfield was here Tuesday l1terKnottJames Gheschier of St Louis was here last week on business Hon John W Lewis was in Greeasburg last w4ek on a fish ing trip Miss Rice Thurman of West Point is here this week visiting relatives Mrs Rose Goodin of Lebanon is visiting het daughter Mrs W L McGlellan Ben Medley is at home from Notre Dame college for the summer vacation George Wharton left Monday morning for St Louis to visit the Worlds Fair Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell visited friends in Bardstown last week Medley who spent IMrGeo at hqme last week left Tuesday for Boston Mrs J R Durrett of Bloom field is visiting her daughter Mrs M Vf Hyatt this week N iss Leba non was the guest of her sister Mrs I H Thurman last week Miss Alice Mcelroy has re turned from Oxford Ohio wher she has been attending college MrJ R CJaybr nkeJrand sister Miss Pearl are visiting the imUy of J C Durr tti in Nelscnr county Miss Myrtle Price has returned from BardstoWn where she has been visiting Miss Gertrude Stociker Messrs Will and Evan Hagan attended the play given by the young peope of Lebanon last Thursday Mr Henry Edclen and wife of Bardstown have returned after a visitat the home of Mrs Jane Willett this week Mrs H it Thompson euter tained ina delightfulmariner last evening in honor of the young lady visitors in town Hon John W Lewis lleft here delegateifrom National convention atChicago Mrs H B McElroy enteotain eda few young folks Tuesday to meet Miss Long of Louisville who is a guest of MissMary Lewis Misses Mayme Knott Placet fcjirpms and Margaret Spalding have returned from Nazareth where they nave been attending school Mrs J J McCabe and dtugb ter Miss Mary have returned from Bardatown where they were the guests of Mrs Rowland last week Mr and TMcElroyJleft this morning for Hot Springs Ark wher9 they will spend sometime for the benefit of Mrs McElroy s health Mrs Ed F Donnelly and little son Joe left last week for an extended visit to friends and relatives in Pendleton county and Paris Ky 1Tb largest crowd ever known to attend an exhibition from here attended the Nazareth exhibition on ThUrcday last Fifty seven leaving on the 530 train Misses Aleane Newman and Mary Gore Fulton and Prof John Cooney and Tom Moore of Bardstown passed through here Tuesday en route to St Marys Tuesday where Prof Cooney delivered the Alumni address Mrs J F Greene received a telegram from Glasgow ann un cing the death of bee uncle Mr James Harlwitt He was the father of Miss Mary Hartwitt who visited hero last summer Shaker Robertson has returned from nrverwhere be spent the winter at school He was accompanied home from St Louis by his aunt Miss Louise Booker who lud teen visitingi the expo sitioM Tha following young people ti4 place attfxled a hop tt BarJstown li t ve k Wisas i1llODPPi11 Manufacturers ofilii Harness and Strap fork andNefatly Springfield RebeccaMcElroy aMayes3MessrsjON8nJrkeandaJoefrom a pleasant trip to Scptts 3vWle Ala Lookout Mountain and other points in the South i a dbrother aisplace Mr Erastus Burton of Memphis Tenni is visiting his cou Jsin Mrs Dudley Tapp He is 3 now holding a position as 11 C s a railroad office at 3Erastus is an indus ojhierjinjin man and his old d schoolmates are glad to have him with them once more Jensorifon T G Key says tie sea turkey on 17 eggs and she hatch ed 18 turkeys Well this is a very good hatchj Guess all eggs were fertile Has anyone else a better hatch t A bay mare belonging to O B Powers died llast week from the effects of drinking tdo much water Bora to the wife of Jim Minor on the Oth a girl The1 Pottsvila stock scae company have built new lots to their scales and are nov pre pared to weigh slock with very little trouble M T Harmon and wife visited J L Harmon last week Born to the wife oC A F Craine on tim 18th an 8 pound girlvJ Morgan Harmon and wife ardif bweref j tlmont Charlie Cocanougher aarrowly escaped being hurt or killed j Siturday night His buggy was upset and was dragged stveral leer in a barbed wire fence which1 6capedunhurtI OBryan Yankey Co re ceiyed lambs here Monday andj Chas Coyle was buying some Tuesday Born to the wife of Houston Green on the 2Gth a girl Pleasant Grovef Miss Mary Agnes Thompson the charming visitor from Chi cago has returned from a visit to relatives m Mackville Miss Ella Sweeney turned to her home in after speni ng a week familyI Bessie Thompson Mr J F Gregory and attended commencement exer cises at Nazareth last week Mis3 Mary Dohoney of Leba non spent Saturday and Sunday With her aunt MIS Ora Merritt Mr Byror Parks was in Bloomfield on business last week n I iinterest of his matrimonial aspirations lyas Mr Mr perhapsIII turned to the McChord Infirmary in m LebanonMiss Jones of Louisville r is spending few days with her sisters here Mr Ed Goatley and wife spent Sunday with JD ShehanaLd family Mr Hark Sh ban was in Maud Saturday and Sunday Dr Rodman Williams says that he s going to retire to private life To practice medicine carry t IisI aSundayatP Thompson 3 The candida tefor sheriff are getting things pretty jjjjrarn around here Mr Harry Thom fl of Springfield wag here on business J aTheat the Presbyterian church thIs month has been postponed until ton July with Ni MIuLsnGroryk k 1 j MIuLsnGroryfloErrAt tw Ip 0r l wWiIi iVii iww iwHw j firat Cleap nG Sale v E t OfDry Goods Clothing 1 Shoes Carpets Mattmgg f Linoleums Wall Paper f 1fl Etc Etc fWehave ou bjudaJarg and wel 81Ito reduce stock by July 1st we will tGut Prices beefpifr Now is your chance to get seionab1e 1i Merchandise at BARGAIN PRICES Just received a new line of white Rid belts gilt felts black silk belts Jtbag we are running at 25c some get 5Oc for sajme thing hand bags up to 250 eaqh Full stock trunks valises tand telescopes We will take pleasure frn showing youand quoting prices ROBERTSON BROS E t 1r I TKeDtiiighfs ijjrt q f iSummer Resort When you go to a summer rsortS one df the chief delights are the wide cool cozy verandas where you can sit in the shade and enjoy a cool delightful breeze You can make your own porch as cozy and comfortable oyshatiff cot the with Vndor Shades Theyjet in the breeie p and keep out the heat Thq practically add another room Joar ouethep- ieaintest room of all 1Iurinc the he season You lUTe laacbtOMor ledIIon a porch fitted with t InlLI H with perfect pri while vfewfae the paj ersbr You can alio have VuJor S des adjusted to your window where theV will letia the cool breeze ant keep cit tile heat of the sua sun They especially eoweeacted Set aars ne fVadorJorchShadacettfrom f They are made in different colors bar fYoff Uview the Vudor Exhibit in our shade department If also invieyour speciaLattention to our Stock of Carpets Mattins Linoleurns Rugs Lace Curtainsi Shades cJ The largest and J est selected stock of Wall Paper shown In Js section Please visit us before buying Cunningham Duncan JOMN 5 McELROY J- NRAL J INSUMNCE AGENT r Life Fire and Tornado7 OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANKI During my absencfrfrombtftee WF Grigsby j Jjfori I aE yj= DJE = lie Big Money Maker for Hog Raisers II Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which formore Uia27 M has stood the severest tests and in all Mel eW IIIs upon beIIDR HAAS PAYS FOIl ALL HUGS THAT DrE w WI ea this Remed is fed arsi pre ventive Full particulars regard 1ing this Insurance Propeeitlon in Dr Haas book Hog otoyy a JQQtt valuable boolc for every Mcrarauda FREE copy of waJcJaay had at our store for the askiaf 25 1U can S1250 laUeanssiso 250 5125 aria 5pc per ackage jj- Jq Ib ITheIIi1 i 25iba35O25eerpackafre 4 Dr 0 Ii Hsi Livestock Rsdy m Far Mru CattHt h p Eta As Its name implies this REMEDY not L food and itia equalled for correcting the common ilsorderrirakOrsest cattle adsheep as well as many of the more eerkma cooiilalife AgpttlilH conditioner and growth prompterfatd a u ptveO a disease 1 1 81 ANa PMit FA44CAM POALER- YkcCLtJREWELLS V fi J CALL FOR OIRCUfiARS SPRDGFJ llD KY W aEREHEEBE1IUq I JiWtiiwWiWiINi H Id S stiHf j I THE PAGE IOM illFEIAFe- ncforevetyPurpoee titwillturaiytintsndCflbCrU ovanyE kind ofroU lt xes A J i 1Eim1 Q Jr 1i- I I SOLE AGENTS Sringfieid Ky M ilf fi Wi I- kSonqfLabor I4 Ofc ike oritHlt aeaQI3 the dewyI s r Wacr W fitw aM Narrows and 2 lOWtMf ralMCet11i11 dtj Ja tb wMiiac springtime 1usatirItqtotlM tiJltbtrdJ- widle Ib t w rI1JC Heart 1sard Bte heart a 4 iives together Iat1Hif1tU the sunny lie Whrt be s4 pI to tbe harvest his IIMII Ntb4IIte8 Ia tM rpeI samxer weather Tte wil ia kU body as light as the lfk Of tbe little deadbreeze that cools iky 4 y hs Wan aa answering soul re lilT t taloves together it tleTeifttlll YIICS1 tile twilight Wk v tefc Wkre ae labor awlSaweats to the tkfIaiIs i1 l iga iWHfof the toll that avails l Ia the fniitful autumn weather n beartaR4 lit soul as free fronrfears v jU the Ir t white star in the sky that clean Wllile tfce uilc of life and of love he ears Oflife ad love together Madison Cawein iaslipgton LetterI As tb Urge Republican ma Joritj iin Oregon bas filled the cbwrnpiowi otltlM administration with iacrsinghl ope and confi ee 0 it has had a depressing et1otDer quarters and it is iMi lo be demM that Democrats Mye been thrpwa by it iato a eQlitetapktireood Is it un 1tiea iotItt the whole West is lor Roowrelt Of course it fpoaWl takes good many of the f kfMdtes that have F oily tfarW electoral votes each to 4 terbftliBC New York Illi- Mwii= oc Indiaia but Democrats Ittltbat they fcv6 no vovesto 4s apart Of course they are somewhat stimulated atd buoyed up by the rag time tunes played by UM Republicans in Ghio Illinois and Wisconsin especially the last two stales while Deleware lt akMMwhich Republican quarrels seen determined to throw to the Democrats would offset such a state as Nevada or Idaho If Spooaer and his fellow bolters keepp the fight they are ma- kiIc the regulars in Wisconsin piheelectoralt vote of the State is likely eadugh to be thrown against Roosevelt especially a he has taken a hand in the con trove ny tirst on one side and- then the other The cable brings us news that Perdicaris and Varjey may bej t re eased tomorrow But May bee we are told do not fly twtweryday It was likely from the first that so cunning a tiar dit ss Rsisoaly would insist on some t mstworthy guaranty that Mor co would do as it agreed other wieite contract would be worth less than the goat skin it was written OPtUncle Sim and John Bun declino to be a party naturally enough What next PericlrJs is not exactly a Char lie Ross and fie brigand chief must either return him or kill buiIl There is no alternative 3Tb prisoner writes rosealt letters to his friends how he aud the gentlemanly bandit Seat to getber sleep together and play I r cribbnge together and have a foaTtime generally But it is VlBpnghl at the State Department that these am rilies or the subtle Arab sheik doTfiot facilitate the solutios of the problem Very likely the gracious entertainer- I 1 My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com mon mt Signs of Heart DIseaset H twM ii lnc what Jny physic- itjt m K7kert JliMiM can be cured Dr iffiM Ktw Hacrt Cure bas per amatJy reetor d to health many tfceiMB4 who bad found no relief in UM Bwdlclmes allopathic or homoeo patUc 9t regular practicing physicians It IUM proved itseK unique in the his- te r 9t medicine fcy betas 00 uniformly 1 Suecstig la curlBc those 4ieasea Xearlr always enot the first signs ot trouble Is afeortneBfl of breath Whether it Ces a a result of walking or TttMtac up Blairs ec5e other exercises v tk heart ta unable to meet this extra I i1JpoR its puplnf powersthere 1 seethiag wrong wIth IL jn1verybetl thing you can do Is to New Heart Cure ItwW go to the foundation of the trou r Me aiid sake a permanent cure by rthaln art reaewlnr the nerves HeartCweumbereofbsMILwr M Ibs7 SIy1t n my back would nearly i Mr A frJeHadIsed ualn Dr didSt e 4 rtMdtt I began to tmprova =aUr takluc several bottles jl ewe the yalac ta my si- davuia ryaatehed I amw st those dreadful tAlltI fort 7p5jLtheant iMit heJpy01lr r wUI UIM WJ1ta to ua for FrM TI1a1 AMI ik5DrMUi Remedy OurttellmHI 1In may within a week send into Tangier one of his guests ears on a stick as a hint and a reminder Mor 6ver it is strongly suspected thaitv the prisoners letters are censored or edited or at least that they are diploniatic There will be 56 negres in the Republic ationalConven tion Real Estate is in acjive demand hure Owners whosepro perty was taken for Jhe sites ofI the new Senate and House an1 nexes opposite the Capitol to the north and south have not received their money from the government nor have those whose property was condemned for the new Union Railway Sta tion been paid IBut many of them are alrendy lobking over the city and obtaining refusals for preferred property There will be lively liines when this money is paid over and the re cipjents go into the market sin ultSneously to ouy two or three thousand houses The President was busy yesV terday Powell Clayton called to present his resignation as ambassador to Mexico Secre tary Moody called to make arrangements for succeeding Knox as Attorney General Gen JoIn C Black called to appeal to the President not to disturb the Grand Army Veterans in office who are over seventy Geo J Gould Morgan and Cassatt calledwhat for is a matter of conjecture Gen Tyners ap peal asking the President to withdraw the charges of cor ruption and bribery was taken up andconsidered in the Cabinet meeting by tie only four members of the Cabinet who are now present in the city There is a sudden tumult in the army Secretary Taft has proclaimed that army officers serving in Panama shall receive fifty per cent additional to the salaries they aife entitled to under the law Although this is what Democrats denounce a- sexetclegislatin J the mit- itatygenemeneffected by it are in rWoffe They claim they ought to have twice or three times thgir regular salaries and here they have taken their stand OAroeXAeantheThi s7Tha J Astlulla uffcrrs Sbonld Know This I Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were con sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph Bues ing 701 Vest Third St Dayeuport Iowa writesIIA severe cold ton neghedtednsai The best available medical skill could not give me more than temporary relief Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended and one fifty cent bottle entirely cured me of asthma which had been growing on ire for twelve years and ifljhad taken it at the start I would h vebeen saved years Qf suflerinfiT Sold by Wood Campbell liptleliverVenerable DffPade of Chicago Persons vho have used Dades Pills will have no other They cur constipa tion Sold by Haydbns Pharmacy LyMchIMQ Lebanon Junction was the scene of another tragedy Tues day when ftiaria Thompson a 250 pound negress offended because John Irvia wealthy far mer had reprimanded her son went to tile fieldin which Irvin was at work and stealing up behind him cut his throat from ear wear death soon followirg Tuesday night toe negress was taken nom the jail by a mob and swurigto a limb On account of her weight the ropa broke and she started on a run when a fulisde of bullets brought her down The mob thinking she was dead left her where she fell but when the offiqers reached her she WAS still alive though fatally wounded She was bur riedly taken to Shepherdsville jail to avoid the angry mob Kentucky Fair Dates f Danville Aug 38days i KirksviUe July l2day Crab Orchard Jny 273 days Harrodsburg Aug 93 days Lawrenceburg Aug i64 days Sbepherdsyille Aug 23 G day Shelby lll Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 234 days pmerset Aug 304 days Nicholasy lle Aug 303 days Fiorenqef Aug 814 days GlMgow Aug 814 days JIZI bethtown Sept 64 days Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 94 dys ManZan Is ccertainly a specific for Piles This new discovery is put up in collapsible tube with ii6zzIeo bei applied where most iieededt Stops the pain instantly and cures Sold by Hay dons Pharmacv YOLthllEYADTAR I she oo1 pdhs2ii5sni lA Town OrdinanceI At a special toeeting of the Board of Trustees of the to jn of Springfield Ky held at the regular meeting place June 16 1904 the following ordinance was passed Wfiereas It appears necessary to open a new street beginning a point on Main Street near atI K Rbertsdns reridence and running North through the lands of W K Rpbertson formerly the old chool house lot to High Street and thence from High Street in the same direction and wrigLflandTburman to Grundy Avenue in order to open a new residence section of the towrrot Springfield Ky so that peo pIe of said town my buy l fst upon which to build houses The Board of Trustees of the town of asjfor parcels of land are needed and necessary for municapal purposes in order to open the street afore said towit Beginning at a post at the edge of pavement on Main Street Springfield Ky corner to W K Robertson residence property thence alorg the inner edge of said pavement and paralell with Main Stret 55 feet to a stake thence N 21 E 424 feet to a stake in HighStreet thence along the edge of Hgh Street West 60 feet to a stake thence S 21t W 190 feet tra stake at the edge of W K Rot ertspns garden thence paralell to High Street S 67 E 5 feet to another stake thence S 21+ W 234 feet to the beginning containing about 610 of an acre also the following tract of land be longing to Mattie Wrjghtj and Mary Lea hman beginning at a stake on High Streetcorner to I H Thurman thence along the edge of High Street 24 feet to a stake in the edge of same thance N 21 E 222 feet to a stake in I H Thurman line fthence W 67 Wl8 feet to a post corner to I H Thurman thence S 23t W 222 feet to the beginning Signed S J SMOCK chmB T S Q C WHART0NClerk it For A HflDteid Ycas for a hundred yearj or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a snpc rlor remedy but it remained for E C DeWitt Co of Chicago to discover how to combine the virtues of Witch Hazelwith other antiseptics in the form of a salve DeWitts Witch theIand piles The high standing of this salve has given rise to counterfeits and the public is advised to look for the nome DeWitt on the package and accept no other Sold by all druggists Onlun attuarrlcliei Onions entcu raw with bread and butter jnnkc a capital complexion clearer and nightcap especially for the nervous person Inclined to lie awake 0 nights and to wake up dishearten- Ingly early In tile morning Slice the onions thin and sprinkle lightly with salt to take off the raw crude taste and have the bread Win and a good deal of butter Sir Edwin and n Poem Sir Edwin Arnold had one very pain ful experience ns a pont writes a cor respondent He wrote a poem and sold the copyright to a stranger whom he too hastily assumed to be the editor of an American magazine When he next Raw his work It was being used as the advertisement of a proprietary me dicament Gooil ArrnnaeuictiL Say Mr Jackson tua wants to know why you dont come around and do her wnshlh Yp tell yp ma dat my ole mans In jail now nnI dont 1mb tq wuk so liabd like I did befolew York Journal t The UmlC MrsMugglns My husband Isa pert feet crank Mrs Hugglns All hus hands my dear Mrs MVgglns But fancy a man who complains that my mustard plasters are not ns strong as those1 his mother used to make IDO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable who reads theAlmost everybody news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful t cures made by Dr lFf KUmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver Land bladder remedy It Is the great medl caltrlumph of the nine Iliii teenth century dls covered after years of J byDrneat kidney and blad IsIlame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec oimendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekjdney Just the remedy you need It has been tested In sp many ways In hospital work in private practice amonp the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers nf this paper aIsample sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you havekidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous CIIJIsendregular fifty cent and nome of Root dollar sUe are sold by all good druggists HOW WE GUARANTEEu Dr CirIstedts- German Liver Powder- T curs C Mtip tk a BUtouBtte Indigestion Dyspepsia Malaria Nwveu ami SIck HMdacbe DiarrlMea and Dysentery Go to your druggist and get a bottle of ithis wonderful remedy Take it according to directions I Then ii yotifeel you haVe not been benefitedenough to feel satisfied that you will fce cured by its use just go back to the druggist and tell him so and he has our authority ldbeIthat we resale in making this guarantee Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder is manufactured by THE AMERICAN PHARMACAL Co Evan villE Ind and sold locally by C Jj HAYDON Pharmacist THE SICILIAN f Ills Life is Sledged Abut by a Sense of Absurd SupentltloB People of Sicily are vastly superttl tlonp The Sicilian believes to give a few examples In the existence of a double tailed lizard which condescends to take Iu its mouth the winning number of the lottery lie believes It Is unlucky to marry or begin a journey on a Tuesday or a Friday lIe Relieves In the power of maledictions and of the evil eye and attempts to defend him self against them by wearing amulets such as the coruoa coral imitation of the horn of the goat by spitting three times on the ground While pronouncing a magic formula or in certain dls trldts by invoking the name of Virgil who somehow acquired during the mid die ages n bizarre reputation as a ma gician He believes In sorcerers of whom a goodly number practice pro fessionally on his Maud selling to him atoll otlier wonder working charms grotcsquccolored images of St Paul to be attached to barren fruit trees and barrels iu which wine has soured He believes that a person born on a Fri day Is able to predjct the future and that a person born on June the fete of St Paul who was unharmed by the viper which encircled his bond able to do both these things and to charm serpents besides SORRY SHE SPOKE The Mistake Tlifct Was Made fcr a New York JHlllIaer One of the rlcbest and most promi nent society women In New York caught nn unexpected glimpse of the reverse side of a Fifth avenue trades womans manners the other day The society woman In question Is very quiet and unostentatlpua In her dress and it Is only the appointment of her equipage that betrays the fact that she is wealthy She stopped her carriage outside the establishment of a fashionable mllllnqr entered and addressed the proprietress I see you have In your window a slgn Apprentlce Wanted she began The milliner eyed her contemptuous ly from the crown of her modest bon net to the tip of her common sense shoe You would not do atnit she said I want a ladylike person who can wait on customers1 1 wished to place one of my maids with some one from whom she could learn millinery while lam abroad continued the visitor quietly but Im nfrnld you would not do As the footman opened the carriage door for hls mlstr ss the horror strick en milliner recognized too late the liv cry of one of tho first families of New York New York Press CROWS AND ROOKS ThereAre Many Points olDilrerenee Bettreen These Bird Sclcntlflcally corvus Is the generic title of the bird family which Includes crows rooks ravens and jackdaws- A main distinction between crows and rooks Is that black and gray crows which are found always In pairs are migrants retreating southward with the advance of wlutcrwhile rooks are gregarious and remain where they have been lu the habit of nesting Crows too are carrion eaters while rooks though fond of grubs aud worms will not touch dead things unlesa driven to do sob hunger Time most obvious individual points of difference between the two are the absence of feathers from the face or- the adult rook giving It a vulturelike look to which its characteristics other wise hurdlr cdttle Itrand the fact that its feathers arc of a rich purple blnck J almost Iridescent while time plumage of the black crow Is In shad lug somewhat like a badly polished boot and possesses but little luster Wooden Shoes Iu Holland The wooden shoe saul a native of Holland Is worn Almost exclusively by the peasant classes and they them more comfortable than ttio leath er shoes that are worn In America Time foot is clad In a heavy woolen stock- Ing then slipped Into the shoe without fastening They never taU off because the people are used to wearing them They would not exchange because any other kind would not be comfortable The shoes are of elm wood and cost from ip to 15 cents of American money Two pairs will last a year Auliual Criminals As a specie of hardened criminals among placid herbivorous animals none Is woree than the bIson or American buffalo Towanl niflu and beast and even among thehigplyes these vicious vindictive and utflle brutes whose half brothers on the other continents do not fear even the trridc onslaughts of lions and tigers ore In t state of al most continual r warfare They are among the wIckedestArogues ever seen In a zoo McCIures Magazlne A Roller of Pickles Anything I can do for you mad am asked the clerk In the seed store Yes answered the sweet thing tapping tile counter with a tapering finger ijwlsh to ascertain If bottled pickle seeds will grow as well as those of the bulk Tarlety IndlanapolU Bun A CIVIL WAR TOAST V Th War It Yfrjr KmlMurr Iav sIta 1aU WM UtTf It may seem rather trite to gcj back to civil war times for a story but all the toIls of that memorable time have not been told t My uncle Major Thomas Rldgly wua surgeon attached to General Grants Btaff IIt wai aZtec UW purreq der of VlokkTourg The union lorcca had entered the city and much merrymaking and entertaining were going on One night a dinner was in prog ress at which many northern otll ers and a large number of southern ladies were Present Many toasts had been proposed and drunk all of them practi cally in honor of the successes of thp Union army and the men responsible for them Finally one of the southern ladles a great beauty ariuVnQted for tier Intense partisan eelh gfor the south arose and said nt1emenwny I propose a toast With natural gallantry and a little trepidation the ranking officer said Certainly Well then gentlemen I give you The Southern Confederacy It was an embarrassing situation but with hardly a moments hesitation one of the northern officers relluved the tension Down with It gentlemen he cried And the glasses were drained without embarrassment and without dlslpyalty LIppIricotts THE TERM BLACKLEG It Probably Came Prom Sporting Men Who Wore Black Top Boots The term blackleg which has come to mean onewhosstematlcaJly trios to win money by cheating In connection with races or with curds billiards or other games of skill or chance and is used as synonymous with a swindler a welsher is of uncertain origin Some authorities connect It with time black legs of a game cock so much used by time sporting fraternity for betUng pur poses According to another and more prob able view the expression had no disgraceful sense attached to It at first but was applied to turf and sporting men because they were often In the habit of wearing black top boots When blackleg had thus become a current phrase for professional sporting men It probably passed into use as applied more particularly to those who took an unfair advantage of their opportunities to cheat the unwary The derivation of this term was onLe sOlemnly argued before tile full court of queens bench upon n motion for n new trial for libel but that learned tribunal was unable to decide Its or igin QuIcKSAND It Ii tile Presence of Water That Make Tlieut So YIeldlnir Quicksand e moving or livin- gsidIs ordinary sand so saturated with water that it will not bear tiny considerable weight Saud that la dry or not very wet becomes on being pressed closely compacted and less yielding but where tuere Is sutUcIeut water mixed with It to keep the grains apart it docs uot cohere and yielUs to any weight Quicksands then are sands from which the water is not drained away either because a constant current passes through them or because there Is a dense substratum of clay or rock They are commonly fbuiid near the moUths of Inrge rivers or where there ore springs or on that beaches Probably those who full Into quick sands would ndji be engulfed If they kept quite quiet As soon as the sand reached their chin thy would be sup ported rather more than If they were In ordinary water owing to the greater density of the mixture of sand and wa ter which constitutes qulcksaiid The Koto and Sunilncn- Japunese girls of the upper and fmld dIe classes learn to play the koto while those of the lower orders usually learn ttbp Kamlsen Time koto js h narrow horizontal Instrument about live feet long with n sounding board upon which arc xtrcteheil strings slip ported by Ivory bridges it in played by means of ivory finger tips Time player sits before time instrument on the floor in the ordinary posture and when she touches the strings she often sings a soft accompaniment The sa- misen is a kind of banjo and is often played during theatrical performances and recitations It gives forth dull and monotonous tones DOttor Fee Rem lned In tile Wellr- lme queerest fee ever had offered fp mo was bymm 61d former IIP Iii Mon roe county said a prominent piy slclan who Is also something of a sportsman I was up there one year for the trout fishing and one evening I was summoned from the hotel where I was stopping to attend an old woman In the neighborhood who had suddenly been taken ill After liSd fixed her up her husband said tome Doe dont know what your charge is but I aint got no ready cash about me Ill tell you what Ill do though See that well ocrtthere Theres pup ntf Hw finest trout you over seen Iq that thpro well an It you can ketch him lies yourn had no tackle with me and as I had to return to thel city next morning I missed the opportunity to collect my fee Philadelphia Record The Imperial Euicle Tub Imperial eagle the largest of the species known OIlS to a height of from 10000 to 15000 feet It Ifg a na tive of South America mind Its habitat is among the lofty mountains of that country Its power of fiylng to ujgb altitudes Is only exceeded byithe condor of the Andes wJilch Is said to have attained the height of six miles or within one mile of the greatest height ever attained by a balloon The eagle sails fu time aIr at heights ranging from three to five miles and when seen to soar upwartl by an observer on the earths surface disappears from sight In about three minutes JI rrSOM ANCIENT KEYS EmlcJird AVUln O rnuiuenta and Treated Work of Artv 111Hie Klxtoiiith century Europeaa irJin workers lmrdtitI keys cnriclicil witli ornaments In rglleY amid treated as works of tflt Nothing could be more jjraitful than the embossed figures coats of anus and grotesque arabesques which embellished tint bows wjiicb In this utilitarian nKOtare replaced by or dinary metal rings Tlie keys were ftrcf iint mind tlioti chiseled by an er pert artisan The so ttttltl Strozzl key formerty the propertyof Henri I I III of Franco changed hands a fe I years ago r9l1 thei enormous sum of ft twotbuck ou the capita of a column The stem 1s In the forum of two concentric pluftcthe hit is slireildcd tine It very tine comb Another famous key dates jroin time beginning of time seventeenth century The eh boratf bow reple seats two seated n ale figures support ing a ducal coronet A third key Is exceptionally orualle the entire avail able sptceis cnrlcued with arabesques Urmiuatlng in cupids reclining river gods a stamitlimig flmre of Victory and vliullnr detlces The step of this key b supported by tigurcs6f a man and a woman Under Philip IL1 of Spain arjd his stieccssors the mlu biters of the crown were possessed of whatt the Spaniards termld n clave marstra orjnastcrkey which gave them admission r to the royal palaces D rlqg the reign of Charles II 0731 OOjllt master keys were conferred on thetndbles and gen tlemen In attendance on the king These keys corresponded with an gave admission tonll time rooms of th royal palaces They Jiadhuge oblon bow handles which projected from th right hand pocket and were attache to the person by a ribbon The subc dlnatc members of tile royal household were honored with similar keys though they were not gilt It is re corded that If one of these keys war lost the unfortunate loser find to warm a high olllclal of the court who it once laud all time locks changed at t cost of over 10000 Spanish tlieiiThis large sum had to be paJd 1by unlucky Individual who lost the key Another curious custom In vogue In the peninsula at that timewas time giv ing of dummy keys as batjiges to om cials and to certain nobles who held nocQurt post as a mark of favorand fsthJCtion Egyptian keys still exist that are about 4000 years old They consist of straight pieces of wood furnished with three fixed wooden pins An ancient writersays that the keys of Egyptian temples bore the figure of a lion from which chains were suspended having a heart attached to them During the Roman occupation of Egyptw1men Iron was In general use keys were made of that metal many of them having a long straight shank or stem about five lInches In length with a bar ajt right angles to It on which are three or more projecting teeth with a bow or ring at the opposite extremity Another variety of RomanoEgyptian key has a wooden knob In placeof the ring Pitfalls For Blrdn In Scotland there Is a waS of taking ptarmigan which stems so simple that It Is hardly credible that any birds can be captured Yet reliable witnesses have spoken of It as successful A place on tia mountain side is chosoii where ptarmigan resort and the snow lies suillclently deep With an old wine bottle held neck foremost hofes are made In the snow and the bpjttom of each holfe Is filled with grain The ptarmigans over to peik it outleau and furl themselves overbalanced mid cauglit bead downward In the snow unwilling prisoners but unable to use their wlii rslii getting out again lu Siberia wild gvese are regularly taken in pitfalls like these but dug In the earth Instead of being poked iii the snow The pits are dug on grassy places whore time r ese assemble and are shaped like largo flowerpots round and gradually narrowing to tom Units of grain prove Irresistible and the geese tumble headlong In and then being unable to extend their wings find that they cannot get out again Treasures of the Sultan- A correspondent writing from Con stantinople to a Purls journal pre tends as the result of personal inspec tion to give details of the amazing collection of jewels In tile sultans treasury The turbans of all time sul tans since Mohammed II are there all glittering with rare nnd large gems of the purest water There are also the royal throne of Persia carried off byiI rt e Turks In 1314 and covered with snore than ruble emeralds and tine pearls and also the throne xif Suleiman I from the dome of which there hangs over the bend of the caliph an enierald six inches long and four deep These two thrones are time chief objects in time collection An omerali1 0 by 4 Incheswould certainly bo a worthy decoration of the throne of Suleiman and AlJ ulIla Dragging Pains 2825 Kccley St CHICAGO ILL pet 2 1903 suffered with falling and congestion of the womb with severe pains through the grqius 1 fered terribly at the tjme of Inca struation had blinding headaches andrushing of blood to the brain What to try knew not for itS 1failedI of Carduu that blessed remedy for sick women I found Unpleasant to take and soon knew that I had the right 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