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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i w V r y 11jt TilL NS4AIDRMStI t l ft f T Sttt 4 fY f1 j i J tL f r 1 + t I t I i f ed i f r I k i New 8iieftVoL XL t25 q 1 SPRINGFIELD wisfr8GmoS JJQUTTjjb KENTUCKY JUNE 80 1904 I r 3 roo r A ijlirj 1IstTIIrsI LrlTIJMIIITIl d B1MIpsollrJG UNDERTAKERS ASr Wp EMBALMERS Crry in tock aU kIali1ifl- Tppt PHONE 53 JI UTWECTORY t SPJtlXGftfeDf county scat of W 1iingto1 Qqusty 52 mile south tag oli4edJjtos 59 miles from Louisville Bardstowtt branch of J60isvillea d Nashville railroad in a farming anc1 agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone 1iei pre 9lice flour mills lumber yards PoP f tkm lldO population of udy15OOIJTtepcesemta tiyeiu Copgress Hon if Smith HodgeaTilie Ky Xepceseatatlte l Keutacky tegis HUre Hon W D Claybrooke Repcescatativc State S patetHos Harry Lancaster LebnonKY 01 RtyflIreCtOry COURTCIRCUIT Circuit Court begins en the fourtkI Mo day in February May and OctoI vbar- CB patcnudgC RIL Dariiara ConnHoniYeZlth At 1 lorey V tM Campbeli Clerk M G LeactuntB Blaster Commiss r rtEjO QUARTERLY COURT c8f 1 Quarterly Conrfcisheldon the third ffJ onday in eacV p10u thI1oIf LitseY Judge i1 r COU TYCOU1cCounty Co irt meets on the fourth Monday in e ch MlUI B L Iiitsey Judge te VTF okerCoaBtY Clerk 1rS Kayes County Att rdey1 jlGeorgaCatlett Jailer i t t Byron Croake Sheriff 1Uctar4 Ishani tidaey Osbotn RH AUllicaa Peputiei Ed Kasters James F Moore County Surveyor T I Royalty Assessor TP O ryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner JtW Basbrsapt of Commom J cko li JO Springfield f CITY COURT- James RNofe Police Judge 1 John QMS M irsiit as W i Grlgsby City Attorney t JUSTICE COURT t Jutice Courts are held in January Aprilv July aM October Chuech Directory t t METHODIST CHURCH f Rev J D Ward Pastor Services mineFirst and Third Sundays Ineach mouth atll a m and 730 pm Sun L day School every Sunday at 10 am Prayef r meeting every Wednesday itight ll CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser Tices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rosc same hours I t fJ CHRISTIAN i CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service iecond and fourth Sunday in eacbJ month t PRESBYTERIAN GHBRCH Sa BeAT D Latiraer Pastor- j PreachiPiX every Sunday at ltamIr and at 7 pmtSuniay school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting tery Tburtdav evening at 7 oclock Fraternal Ordeas i MAS6NIC LODGE Sprinffteid lodge No so meets fiut and third Mouday l in each month- Washington RA Chapter No 57 meetS every second Tuesday SpriaKfield Council Ho 52 meets on eve orUQtony KKIGKT Of TiizMACAEES Meets In it1 t Ac i jncab mon ittttttiS AMERICANI 6 rI SILVERI 1 t TRUSS i1 t rC- i IJt S5 ciIc x Ie I UCKTjiCOOL HIpt rLM- Hun iFc Hal by C X Baydoh 1f t i 1IY1TratiL- i rif I f cLiiw a t n Oit of the wa t p4srtote iron elm tiol1 afUily is oftftdr ye to ds fj pSfM4oa Ia cs of ccidRtpt 2 imsI jJi aC41ta JQ4iMI I Ji v etc tijr ta s pil oft aok1nsArflIcsSn Itbi bLoia earth 25L c JUiy- DiDgt4M rt The Greatest Everr the GreatWtrlis fair As Seen TINHlitlle fyes ifisprJgt ffeW WHIM t 1Kt JR Partln f he Worlds Great ffST Louis Mo rJune 26 1904 EDITOR NEWSLEAPER Kentucky stands well up in the front ranks at the Great Worlds tFair June45thwas Kentucky lDay IIandwith the single exception of Missouri it comes outt as tbe red letter day of StatesI The crowd was simply a crush The sun shono bright on our New Kentucky home and a greats generous hospitality was dispensed Well groomed col ored waiters toodby immense punch bowls filled wjlth Ice and Hpatiug mint and served silver ladled mint juleps td ever reach ing hands Great quantities ofr letaqnade and punch Juscidus bg red apples and cpen de i canter for all visitors proved jj beyond a doubt that Kentuckians do know just how to entertain eivedjhistaff aftirdd in full Regimentals t which made a brilliant scenej Near them floating down from the 3d floor the beautiful silken flag which is thirty feet jojig1 and broad proportionately brought from CbiIa and pre sented to the Governor by tbeI officers of the Battleship Ken tucky Weils orchestra furnished t the music and OHI Ken t tucky Home Dixie and simi lar Southern airs played at intt tervals throughout the day and evening always brought forth applause The luncheon was very perfect in every detaij and amongother things on therfrenuj card you found Kentucky Beat en Biscuit Kentucky Old Country Ham Kentucky Layer Cakes ana Kentucky Pickles L1it1wo Reed of the 6U1U B Cavalry our own Will Reed was prominent both officially and Socially On Thursday evening the Ken tucky Society of St Louis enter tained all visiting Kentuckians at another elegant reception aud being away from Green Kentucky Pastures has not affected their hospitality in any way Several times through the day and evening the new song In Green Kentucky Pastures was iven to an appreciative au dience 5oSo many erronepus mid misileading newspaper Stories haveg gone abroad about this Great Worlds Show at St Louis But people who know and who saw the Chicago Paris and PanII American Fairs unhesitatingly i pronoUn e this the best Some few exhibits are not complete sbutThe prettiest picture that one could wish to see is to view at night the beautiful waterway with the ciscade flowmg over colored lights and the misting cloudlike fountains falling riri front of the encircling back ground and the Gondoliers sing pretty Italian love songs with j harp accompaniment as the Gondolas pass Under the ar hedc bridgeways The Foreign exhibits are costly and wonderful Fair Japan is here in great shape and the Japanese people admire us Am ericans very much The Philippine Camp attracts more than its share of attention i and the Tgorrates or dog eaters 2areOvisitorscallrotes are the most famous Can nibal Tribe of the Philippines but since the advent of the Am ericans on the Island they have gWen up much of their Cannibal ism and now eat dogs They go entirely rnclad and evidently cnjj joy their notoriety Of the Palaces that of MinesJ j and Metallurgy is to my mind the most perfect specimen off Architecture on the grounds and Jthe lighting of the bnildin only brings out allits beautyI Of the Slate Bujldings New York itbe handsomest andi Kentucky comes in a good second Oor building is not onlyr beautifully planned and built i but so well fun hed S Louisi iliiliIiiIi papers haye been very generous in their articles about the Blue grass State Among the hundreds of Ken tuckians present to do honor to the Dedication exercises we saw from our home town Miss Salheii McElroy Mrs John S McElroy Mrs Scruggs and son Fintev Misses Louise Booker Annie McChord Bettie Irvine and Messrs Shaker Robertson and John McElroy also Emmett McElroy who belongs to Spring fielcj tboughbe registers from Kansas City Emmett looks spleiididly and as if the world was dealing very kindly with hit and either Springfield or- t Kansas City should be proud 16 claim him as her own Say to all your readers that things are ready forvisitors and there is no disappointment in Store for them All the attrac tions oi the Pike are simply the Greatest that ever came down the Pike and aregrand in their Oriental gorgeousness KENTUCKIAN A Strong Heart Tflassnrecl by perfect digestion Indi gestion Swells tbektomach and puffs it up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpitation of the tandgeneralweakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indir eshon re offIthe heart and restores it to a full performance of its function naturally Kodol increases the strength by en tivelorgans to digest assimilatei and appro priate to the blood and tissues all of the food nutriment Tones the stomaclrajid digestive organs Sold by all druggi i Bee8 LAXATIVE Honey and Tar is the original Laxative cough cure It Is the beet laxative cough syrup madeJ Bees Laxative Hbney and Tar con bins the antiseptic healing soothing and strengthening properties of the Native Pine combined with other IIn gredients in a laxative syrup madeI from pare strained honey Qures all Qou hs and strengthens weak lungs SoldbyCJIJapdon That ibfObbi Headacbe WQuld juicUly leave you it you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers i have proved their matchless I mejrit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pur blood and build up your health Only 25c money back if not cured Sold by 0 J Hnyddn Druggist f BOOKERS f S3Miss Louise Settles ias re turned from Louisville where she has been visiting friend f Misses Lula and Sallie Trouta f Springfield and Bettie Oum g roids of pouisyiile are charming uests of Misses Jennie and I Ophelia Yates Misses Lola WaU Ohio Cl llII Fairy ijydanne Ophelia Yates and Messrs Burnet Wall Otis j Settles Edd Yates and Henry Wells attended the ice cream t at Woodlawn Mr Edmpnd and wife spent Sunday nigh with Mr Lydanne Dr Stowhll of Ohio and Dr i Bloebarns of Potomac Ky i spent the week it1t friends here Neal Boblitt and Will Russell t of Springfield call oh thdir best j girl here Sunday Lafe Wells and vife spent Sunday here Erastus Tren xof Pleasant Grove visited at the homo of A Q Yates Sunday Notice To The Pnblfc The public is notified that myJ son Alvin Riley who is not yet 1 years of age is not a member l fmy household and is not au thorized to purchase anything on my account or to bind me in any way for any sum and I will not pay debts or contracts made by him and those dealing with him must look alone to him for fulj fillment of their contracts JOHN RILEY u234t Bees LAXATIVE Honey and Tar is different from all other cough syrups It contains ajitlseptio proper ties to destroy the germs solvent properties to cut the phlegm and lax ative properties to cleanse the sysfem nees Laxatlve5Houoy and Tar is a pleasant permanent cure for al coughs cofds lung and bronchial trOu PharmacyrFiftys Kidney CUte imak k1 vs WM4cr cbt fats Cm Alive Several slays ago the little two year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Vineyard near this place was missed from the iami 7If circle and her mother becom ing uneasy over her prolonged absence started out to look for Ih iiplaceii fewltes discovered the child in the dining room her face and frock all covered with bloo3 Rusningi to the baby she Vas horrified to see a snake coiled about the little ones arm striking venomously in every direction The child had the tail of the snake clutched tightly in her chubby fist and she was calmly biting off the end and aticg it with apparent relish About twpinches of the reptiles body had been masticated Before the frantic mother tore it away The childs face and arm were terribly bitten by the infuriated snake Physicians were hastily summoned who examined the wounds but pronounced tIle child in no danger Fortunately the reptile was a garter snake whose bite is not poisonous It measured eighteen and a half inches When or how the child caught it is a mystery but she has apparently suffered no ill enecls from her awful meal Harrodsburg Herald Worst ot All Exqericnces Can any thing he worse than to feel that every minute will be vourlast Such was the expe rience of rs SHV Newson Pecalur Ala For three years she wrttes1 endured insutfer able pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death stemed inevit8bie when doctors and all remedies tailed At length tryiiiIElectric Bitters and the result was cbiiaculous 1improyed at once and now Im completely recovered1 For Liver Kidney fcforaaoh and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is ihe only rhed icine Only 50c Its guaranteed by 0 J Haydbn Druggist All DrnlSls ask the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia CumJ Those persons who haveJused it and who hare been cured byJh do not hesitate to recommend it to theirI friends Kodol digests what you ejlt cures indigestion dyspepsia and al stomach troubles Increases strength y enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood al f the nutriment contained in the tood kodoLDyspepala cure is pleasjj nt and palatable Sold by all Drug ists 0RinehartEubanlc i The Oakland Cal Bulletin has the following account of the wedding of Mr W B Rinehart formerly of this place During the afternoon ofyes terday Mi s Eugenia Eubank l daughter of Mr and Mrs R Gll Eubank of 1115 East Twenty second street East Oakland wasI made the bride of William Bar bour Rinehart a young attorney of that city The ceremony took place at the patental home inl the presence of friends andtt among a garden of delicately tinted and fragrant flowers Under a floral arch of suffusing pink the bridal party led by the bridesmaid and best man Miss Susan Eubank andA S Mayes and followed by Ihe bride on thec arm of her father paused and the officiating minister Rev Richard Hardin repeated the words that united the couple in matrimony After the ceremony- a wedding feast was partalren of and later Mr and Mrs Rinehart left for the mountains The bride is well known as a singer of unusual ability in Oakland and tli groom as a rising lawyer The cbuple will make Oakland their hbtne Aslbda 8uffrcrs 8bonlUnOw T1iI Ppleyfs1 Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were con BidereclihopelesS Mrs Adolph Bues ing 701 West Third St Dayeifport Iowa writes AA severe cold con tracted twelve years ago was neg Jedted until it finally grew into asth maThe best available medical skill could not give tne 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 if I had taken t at the start I woxild have been saved years OfIi Iisuile1ing 1j Washington LetterrrI The fires of the summer solsi tice are blazing overhead but the heat does not prevent bust ness being done at the head quarters of the two political parI ties here Rumbling off from each are ten or a ozen rooms filled with coatless men and maidens decolletecs writing wrappers at lullf jump to every county and almost every town in the United States The Republicans have just received a rev consignment of partisan litera ture from the Government PrintingOffice the Public Print er having givea a partisan twist to the agreement in Congress to permit do more leave to print matter not uttered on the floor Republicans all over the city are laughing very heartily at havingf cunningly outwitted their adver sarirs The plea of our delegates to the Chicago convention to have self govermn Iit restored to the ptstrict whtrreby we shall have once more a mayor and common council to govern us instead of1 appoiQted been turned down by theconven tion without discussion Ifavote ofthe city qoud be taken itt would probably result in an ape proval of the present orderjof things however undemocratic and absurdly incongruous it may appear We at least escape the Sfc Louis New York and Phila delphia loot and corruption Nan Patterson whom this city graduated to the stage and pris oners dock has a faw friends and many admirers here They h8shvstericalfainting absolutely necessary for they be lieve tjiat she is in no danger of being punished for the murder of Ceaser Young The dismall fact seems io be that any woman can kill any man wUh impunity if she can make her way to his presence when he is ale no Self defense or emotional iinsanity wilt always bring her tff un seathed V A murder here this week has some unusual features A negro named Hamilton killed his wife oh Monday night 1y strangling her to death with his hand He then wrote a lettersaying thatI he committed the deed on account of jealousy and because she re fused to obey him and added that he sqpposed he would have to swing for it but he might just as well for life was getting burdensome and then every thing will be bff my mind In this anlicpation the blackamoor is certainly mistaken unless the Presbyterians and Catholics are The opening of Levi Letters will has few surprises He leaves the bulk of his property to his wife and a couple ofmiI lions apiece to his children with provisions fpr agreat deal more He gives Plunger Joe acoupl fI mjllion dollars ank forgives him the ten million which be lost in the wheat pit So Joey has 100000 annual iincome enough to pay the expenses of his cons teraplated trip to India on a visit to Lady Curzon the Vicereine Theysay taat he has swornolTI from heavy Leiters will still continue tore side here It is alleged that on the strength of their official position some of the clerks employed in the Department of War contract debts in this city which they I ic Ayers sayIngIhair makes you look old And yet you are not forty Postpone this looking old Hair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied naturrlcolornleieit U all you claim for It XnsJVA1fD1CLLBo lec1o f v a botta All drtzgl4t fort cJxncoW4It Mass Dark Hair J neglect to pay The Secretary of war has issued orders to the effect that if creditors corn plaju and the facts are found as stated such clerks will be dismissed The effect of this order is likely to be wholesome It might be adopted by all the Executive Departments arrfll EVIdenc Fresh testimony greatquan- tityis constantly coming in de daring Dr Kings Newi Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds tobe unequaled A recehit expression from T J 31 afland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes ill had Bronchitis for three vears and doctored all the time withoutbeing benefitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery an4j a few bottles wholly curedme Equally effective in curing all T hroat and Lung trouble s ions mptiU Pneumonia and Grip Guaran teed by CJ Haydon Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c an l 100 Fcc Ipdllill Doom Tfie feeling o impenduig ddpra in the many viCtims of Brights disease and diabetes uas been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Foleya Kidney Cure It will cure incipient Brights disease and diabetes and even In t to worst ses gives comfort and relief Slight disorders ere cared inu few days I writearMarion Lee of Dunrethi Ind I tried eight physicians without relief Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made me a well man ySoIdjby Vpod arnpbeUJ Tire PhysIcians Treated Him Willou Success lw L Yancer Padjcah Ky writes I had a severe case of kidney disease and three of tlfe best physicians In Kentucky treated me without success I then took Foley s Ki hey Care The Jirst bottle gave immediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently I gladly reconunenthis tvpndcrfni cmsdy Sold by Wood pampbeiiH lLancaster People Gnlied A telegram from Lancaster states that about twelve montbs ago an investment company ot Now York engaged in corres pondence with a number of Lancaster citizens urging them to place funds in their hands to speculate in wheat ant other articles the company getting a small per cent for their trouble Fox several months those who invested received large profits This lured many otbors to invest untilsome of the best business men in the town became involved A letter from the concern Mon day announced to each of its cus tomers that the firm was finan daIly wrecked and that probably later on would resume business Those who invested from this place are out 10000 to 12000 Such ficoncerns fire never to bet depended upon and it is bad business as well as bad policy to make investments with outside concerns with which people are unacquainted that are willing to promise more than legitimate interest 0 Howls This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh tba tan not be cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last IS yeansanl believe him perfectly honorable In till business transactions and fiuan cially able to carry put any Isbliga tions made by his firm W AIDINC KINXAN MARVIJ Wholdsa Druggists Tolcdq O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter naljy acting directly upon the blood temj1TeHalls Family Pills for constipation Kiniucky Fair Dat Danville Aug 3 adays Kirksville July i5IaCrab Orchard July 2713 daysI Harrodsburg Aug 93 days Lawrenceburg Aug JC taislShepherdsvillei Aug Sbelbyville Aug 234 diSISpringneld Aug 234 days Somerset Aug 30 4 days Kicholasyille Aug 803 days Florence Augf 314 days Glasgow Aug 31 4 d ys Elizabeth town Sept O4 days 1GeorI JIpINi t lrIJll I r Lefcmii teals From The Enterptisc William Newcome of f Brad fodsville djed if his hone yes tflilllrtake place at Old Liberty cTeme tery today Sister Virginia a member ofr The Lor ttine Order diea Wed nesday tLorettoAcademy after ahingerngitlness of cqnsump tion Her interrment was held at the Academy cemetery yester dT William Whitehouse aged iip smpefivefordsvilje killed himselfi it iis re ported Wednesday byi cutting his throat No one knows any cause for thact A dcuVe wedding was solemi uized at Ray wick June 22 the contracting parties being Miss Annie Bickett and H Wt Wright and Miss Mary G Biciett and E A Nugent The JbMides ar6 aughrsor Messrs Li p an DV Bicketl respectively The Enterprise extends vcongratulaf tions to the young couples Married at the Baptist parson age in Lebanon June 2JMr William Peterson ol Texas Washington county and Mis Cordia Nelson ofMpiou county audit daugLter of the late John T Nelson The happy couple weie accompanied by a party of friends who returned with them to Texas after the ceremony By order of the Board of Health the Yellow lljlag has been posted Curing the pas week at the resiflencei of Messrs Fiank Osborne arid Henry Humkey In each of Iwhichon memberdrof the family5 itis claimed has the smallpox There is talk that the smallpox has been in this City for morp than two months but that itl is so mild a form that it pan hardly be distinguished frona chicken pox Whatever it is those lam ilies havIng it should use every precaution to prevent its fUrther spreading and all others should do everything in theip power to keep it out of their families The Fowler family and these two other case just referreTtp are all thfe known cases yi town and a rigid quarantines m fjrce as to themt N CHOKING CATiRRH CURED Your Moneys Back If Hyomel Decs Not Cure You Use L Hyomci anfl b curedOt I tarrh is what all whoi have triecl it for tbat disease say 10 their friends It is the easiestthliig In the world to stop catarrh at its beginning if you use Hyomei Just breathe the health giving balsamic air for ja feW miantfts and your catarrh will be Cured In this city and neighboring orns there arc hundreds who can esiify to the remarkable power of Hyoaaelto cure catarrh JJany o4th0 sUwachest friends of this remedy today began 4t use with little hose thjit they yroald be cured but as Wood k 9aapbU offered to refund the money if tdti not ure they decided to try it en that plan and Avere soon restored to health1 44t AnAlariCIictror25c2 If you want togetup early and feel gQOdalIiday take a Little Early Riser or twoat bed time These fambtts j little pills r laX the nerves give quUt tJrest and refreshing sleep with a gen tIe movement of th bowels jrtxHit breakfast time W IIHowell Hews ton Texas says irarly Risers are the best pill made for constipatiOH Biefc headache bilHoUa jUetc Sold Yff all druggists lj Chlckei Thtevcs 1 J Last Friday Chief of olieI Thompson arrested at this place two toys Charli0 Bentoiand- Alonzo WUIford charged with stealing chickens and houiie breaking in Boyle count The boy are poth pn frtW4at1- yearsof age and are reported to be members of a gang who haye made iia practice of raiding chiokeii roosts fcftoi itiibe pat After the arrest tpe bbjtmad a clean breast of their wroag rYIwan startling The 1ja 11wliieH they operated ws i pewJ ip affair in WhiCh fOJ r figiaiedj One of the members 0f ibeftjft watf a huckster matt who her rcelying t1Q stolen chickeo de ducted oaejfpurlth of Ute WOrtht 1 otthe chfcliifor liM tpfireit j rhfboy Sffoils WuIhad b8e on lot udt- bet J iiadS rIp4J jrcathe down andjarit he boas to J itoareheMfjrpassed a law making chickea 14 1 Stealing ra pettifenttarjr ofcHS 1themselIlOUI ftrouble Chief of Police Thom omplain1ghave prtiesLebanonhosechick jl ered frbm thieves of this chars r ter If those participating i1rL wrong dpingof tbi cbartctcr dont ia t tl toFrankfort 1 to put on thestrip of a crMt IY t 1 I hp1bettert90 late for Chief Thornpn will surelycatch them rLebanc Enterprive The oxygeifzeistrentIti c ttje healing pifleIcombined wlLIi 4otLir HJttwell known kidrieyaud larremer Ltl diet idreselltediaPiiiuiKi VThWi Jfew discovery gives immediate rellefjfd audIb1addrm fPharmi fir A nire Ill1 Ir ttHZas a sperlorreiaedy but it rewaUeafor l Cf D Witt Co of Chicago to discover how to combine the virtues of Wifc Hazel with other a tiseiits tIB th WitckHazesalyt ia thtj world for Sore CJ barns bjakei and Uesf11e high itandis p this salve has gives rise to oiterfeit- and t the public isaavk df6 look for the naaae DeWttttpa tksiickate t and accept no other Sold by ail 1 irl1glists ti t New 1ltrLIW- The tislriitio lw passed brt the legislaturel Jlast win tsr appltf t aU Clt1M oltbe Fifth anJ Sixth classea that inclu3esveryi- acorporatei te3wJtinWaajatl i county UJM1er tIelaw uOeiU zeri can vote ia any electioii tk lessee isregfsered The refi Ii tration must be htli ii tbe month of October Whi Man is registered lie is iYelL ic aj tificate to that effect aaathii certificate muM be sHw Id iie officers on election day i tf te ij cak deposit aJbalioti It Mr wenl JsLnt r their right oMriHchwe Pintale is tr zane of a Ltewl L cpveryput pli aewwayacMiaf rlbleare requested to callat par 545cc mll let i thet iHcs SOW by1Ia7ons1r t t A Bor Hero I 1 A BotlandcopepodtS the following to tb SUod tl Tbeheroitm of a boykmm narrowly averted what irciiil doubtleM Have proven a fright fur accident to Mifcwf Psrl Con nor and HiUtfe EddUman ir they probablyowUteiJiv hLpZuck and braverjr The U young tWOBtti Jad sUrtod on drive toSpriDd1d when hors becamefrigsned M ibe were parting a wagoa andi ing suddenlyl started on a speoel ruHfl A ofT atbad just passed as he was tnnij t ing atonx hi taitored cio and almost barefooted saw and clutching the bridfcdf frightened anUn l cliipg oo w fhe auooeeded in atof7pui liiot Nor waa thU aore too aoont theywerenearahigabsa k k Cur the f ft was rwsr but one of th joang wpaeii sMWM sorry ha vaa not h just a little tohe minbtwbi olJtain4dapoIioiiofthe Gtu r- eroi h fa itSTbere was no damage dope ceptiBflr ibe Joee QloIrubber loltae trap W 4 fKJitucon t iric1j rc jraciag tScattetfjMkd been no worterJ E iia Brd towti fiUodard 4- wImIuIniipLlhlIlIr 4 j- Mr JWTurar of Tfmhart V M7 that tuatesJlb Stk-Uvr Tta bre a bias gdthaaaaytke oiiIdget- a tJf acy III tla eovotrr we ftbto to Is dcthat would pro iof revalff ia cuctoiT bWsas Sr tiue wwOtf be aadisa os tIoc r Ea au 3 TTTi f NfWSLfADfRI WBXUHED EV TTII11UOAX- A t YEAR IHADVAWCK f SPRINGFIELD KY B L DAVISON Jr 2mlcA3rrtJrn t z ie r osid4 es uL polLUl watt r pVIIi btt bsjM Jb work 1s4oi atIwTk o delivery aoe o d I Ilbeftrtc4lvtIsIa eo d pbi4siii4ssatt1his f xsieet- t 11i Mahtti ntyOe o o TUURMDAY JUNE 30 1904 = We are author1z d to announce BLLITSY for reelection to the U a candidate Nct of County Judge of Washington co4Btj subject to the action or the Agust 6 1904 Democratic primary Ve are authorized io announce BYRON CROAKS acaadWafe for the office of Count- 5 idee if Washington coHnty subjec tt the action of the Democratic pri bL3rAnrut6 1904 We are authorized to announCe- Sv soOTtf MAYES for reelection to the4 ga caitfli atc ftce ofCouaty Attorney of Washihgf loft county subject to the action of i he Democratic primary August 6 We are authorized to announce ty FBOOJER- Ulcannldate for reel tion to the ocof County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary upstGtrOO We are aulhcriaed to announce the IMUMOf GEORGE D PARROTT fcjL eftndtte for tIle cfflqe of Sheriff j CWwihiBiton coanty gpbject to ad1 of the DemocraU theII XtoetUn November 1005 t W are authorized to annpunca- J S OSBOURNE at a candidate for the office of Sheriff cWashington county If elected H B Powell Ed Masters Sam Anderson aM Herbert Eddleman will he his dtpities Subject to the action of tfc Democratic primary August 6th W are authorized to announce FRANK KEEN as a candidate foi the office of Sherfff of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary Augtmtu 1904 If elected his deputies will be R H Mullican Henry Hilton George Cocanougher and George Bowen We ara authorized to announce GEORGE D CATLETT M a candidate for reelection to the offic6 of Jailer Washington county abject to the action or the Demo cratic primary AugUBlCthl064 Were authorized to announce T P OBRYAN r as a candidate for the office of Asses sorot Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 Your support re spectfully solicited V We are authorized to announce W D CLAYBROOKE t8a candidate for Repr seuativc in thejlowcr house of the Kentucky Leg islature from Washington cot ntyv subject to the aclionpf the Democratic primary August 6th 1904 We arc authorized to ahhpunce W S y GOO rETT as a candidate for the office of Repre sentative in the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature from Washing ton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 s We are authorized to announce MISS ELLA D SHAUNTY ala candidate for the office of Super intendent of Public Schools of Wash ingtbnjcounty subject to the action of the Democratic primaryAugust 6 41 1934 We are authorized Announce J W BUSH as a candidate for reserection to tie ojlice of Superintendent of Public Schools of Washington county sub ject to the action of the Democratic primary Augusta 1904 v PUREST KM OF DFFHR Mlona Do3Not Cure Dyspepsia Get Your Money Sack at WoedCampbeir to You run no risk whatever in pur chasing Miona Natures cure for dyspepsia GUARANTEE W hereby a reo to refund thc money paid for Mi6na oti return ot the empty box it the purchaser tells 1tlstba it has failed to cure dyspepsia t or stomach troubles This guar anlee covers two SOc bxcsorn ninths treatment Signed Wood Campbel i Take Mlon for a month a50c box coalaioB two jweckft treatment and if it dots Hot8fJp you bdng back the empty boxei to Wood k aiapbell and they will return your moiety in accord alice with the fuar ntee ManZan fe certainty a Speozc for- Pi1ec This new discovery tj put up in a ooUapa14C tbctwith nozzle o be Applied where J4ost e dcd Stop the paia loulltII cures ohfly Yi Wddit ij JUt News From Tile County 11 tI pp4RIIll Among the ounty Peple as Reported by our Correspondents ftIftl1InnnnnnnnRftftnnrldnAftftAnRAAftftA a 11is d n to l r 1 i H S 22 at ed a1 ti to HALESw l l t i t off iCeI iIi rIy life restored to hair eonoserioq dam ge was done body got their ttobacco set t Misses Ophelia and Jehnii gave a moonlight fete last night in honor of thei Miss Lula Trent Quitel crowd present r Henry Wells will leave In- I few days for his home at to engage in school te Tacl One young lady we miss him Mrs Minnie Mayfibld is on the list- Mrs Miranda Shehan who has paralyzed for about a year who had just jDegJun to wall a little fell one day lust broke her hip and now in a critical condition Wheat harvest is on this week Miss Ethel Hendricks who has in Oklahoma for about low teachirigschool has arrived her old home in this county ear TatliamSprin s s Some say we write things we not others say it iai none our business what people do we not write it up Now there lots going on in this vicinity I would be ashamed to write of course some would get at usif we did Sq from OH we will be careful what write up although there are of things that people ought know that they do nofr Well our primary is near at and we believe we know how esepolls will go but for far the returns may fool us we just say mat these poJls will for Croike Keene and Bush of this I have nothing to except we think Claybrook tto be elected again Plackvillef SD jpampbeJl boughta mare pf Jesby Hickerfon at a Miss MaY Russ9ll Seymour is visiting relatives in the Blke Arnold of our worthy ersne r Mackville iis a can for Assessor Being a to him we know him to an honest upright gentleman well qualified for the office seeksSThe committee for raising to build anew Christian in Mackville are Pro nicely The Methodists hah had th6ir painted which adds y to its appearance Will Sweeney sold a bunch of shoals to Wycoff Case at cents and bought a bunch of b shoats at 2 eacb Miss Mary Humes and brother entertained the oung in a most charmiug man at a moonlight social given here on last Saturday even Musicfurnished by Yofium Reuben Bottom sold a pair of rlin horse inu1sto Elyin at155 W M Harmon Son sold a of 1073 pound steers to Coleman Harrodsburg at 4825 each W F Hall and wife Wood t and daughter Miss Ora Japie Barnett and Mrs Martin left this week for St Louis Expsiionei i bitsey j Your Pleasant Grove Corres has arousdd our indigna i tnd wo feel it our duty to ndicat the lair fame of our village it is the first time has been slandered to such an- utrageous extent We wish to Jibe good people of the- ommunity that fleas are no more lentiful hero than elsewhere as for playing a game of love practicing medicinea more place cannot be fcund have we not had two doctors grow rich and marry in the few 3 cars Hugh Noe of your town her sister Mrs Arvin OBlast week Mr Curry of Hmjdsourg was on business lasji week Two of Getbsemafies students In our midst Sunday Boys Iere is the attraction J Pinkstcn tjoughtof Alvin iley a horse and buggy Tor 150 SICILIANHairRenewer Is it true you wint to look Idr Then keep your gray hair If notIJthen use Hairs Hair Rencwer and have all the dirk rich your oo 1cfxIaRiley has gone ttt Illinois where he willmake hii future home Mis Blance Shirley is visitinj her sister Mrs Alice Pinkston C M Hines has moved iioLo his nowVesidenoe near lhero Ellen Gregory and IMisses ere the pleasant guests of Mss Laymia oco nor last Tuesday Joe and John Polin attendee cotnjnencemedtt exercises at St Marys W P Kelly is still working en his house We hope to see iit- completed in the near future Pleasant Grove tMiss Elma Leachman etter tamed a few friends Tuesday by leading them in a chase after old Reynard Among those present Vere Misses Mary A Thompson Chicago Nellie Reed Jennie Leachman Veola Browne and Messrs Ire Brawn Day Buster A Nelson Duncan and Clifton Lachman On last Weduesday evening the young folks of the Grove en joyed themselves on a jhayride tb2jr deitinaton being Spring field After partaking of a fev bottles ot coco cola ani other refreshments they returned home Those aboard were Messrs Stsyie Thompson ByonParks Stanley Edwards Nat Thompsou Dave Litey Wathen Simms Duncan Leachman Frank Willet Erastus Txent and Dr Williams Mjsses Mabel Thompson Jennie and Elma Leachman Veoa Browne Davis and Graham VanArsdale Bessie and Wary Thompson Lizzie Leachman and Sue Duncan Mr N Thompson and cousin Miss Mary Agnes Thompson were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Sevie Thompson of Springfield was here Sutday Miss Edith Curtis of Louisville will arrive Wednesday to be the guest of Miss Lfzzie Mae Gregory Mr Dave Leachman and Mis Elizabeth Leactimatf spent a few days at Tatnamlqst week Mr Stanley Edwards has re turned to his libBio in Perry rule liter a short vi itto relatives The young pebple of this place will have a picnic on the Beach Tjjursdap July 7 Dinner will be spread rand all ore expecting a grand timer Mrs Jas Rv Noe of Spring held visited Mrs J C Taylor last week Miss Veola Brqwrie of SpringS lieU wasthe charming guest of Miss Elma Leachman last week Miss Jetfnio Adams of Ear roilstiurg B visiting Misses Mabel and Bessie Thompson this weef Miss Marie Leachman is visiting in Lebanon this week BiookSYilIe Severall of The boys of this vicinity attended the party given by Misses Artie atd Olive Sutton at Wilisburg Saturday evening Mr John Noel calletl to see= his best girl Suqday Mr Moore and witgor Cad well Visited their daughters Misses Birdie and Arioie Cook sey last week Mrs Leathers of Anderson county visitedi herdaughter Mrs A C Pinkston last Mpnday Miss Emma Hi tt will loach White Hall scho 1 Mrs Florence Wilson and her sister Mrs Alice Thompson and Mrs Jane Birch were the pleasant guests of Mrs W P Cheatham on Wednesday last Mrs Delia Carey of Tatham is visiting her mother MJs Sam Ncel Mr Miller Birch was iin Har rodsburg Monday Miss Hester Noel one of Brooksvilles fairest daughters spent Saturday with Miss Lillie Blackerby of Willisburg Mrs Harrison Steele who has been very ill is better at this writing f Valley Hill Hello Central give me the NEWSLEADEH which is our eadmg county paper and one of the most interesting for the price that can be found Several ot our farmers were caring a frown until the recent rain but nowley are wearing the smile that A on t come off The ttobacco is all growing nicely and the corn is beUig laid bYb I Uisetaes iw wrw- II Vacation If you ftcecTjksh and strength use 7 Scotts Emulsion summer as In winter Send for tree sample SCOTT ft EOWNE OusmUli 409415 Pearl Street New York ocandioo all druggist which is of courivery pleas ingto the mbjorityfvI Misses Bessie Roberts and Jennie McGabe 5f your lon have returned home after a pleasant visitt to Misses Ola and Pearl Gcatly Miss Maranda Tucker has re urned1iofafle a weeks isit 1 in Louisville IFrank Japes visitod friends iin tlis Vicinib Satutday and Sun day Miss Lydia ViiTigin the charm inar visitor ffrom Maud has re tuned home after a pleasaiM Visit to her shterMrs Edward LjittC1 tRT Beam was in Woodlawn Sunday He reports Mr Rodney Dugan in aJcrilical condition Johnnie Roberts of Spiingdelf1 visited JetijGoatey Sunday Messrs RobertS McCaoe and Robertson vere inour midst Sun day aft r oon These young men seeinj to have occasion tc fiequent our community whats the attraction boys Our village was well repre sen court Monday It edattounty gh the people cat time to attend county court James Moran and Clyde Goat ley attended the ice cream sup per at Ju pge Litseys Wednesday nigli Thomas Reed and wife visited relativesjin the Grove Sunday The question asked b Lilac is we t inkan easy problem The readers delight in reading spicy letters yet they do not realize thereiltee value of a nes item to a correspondent They therefore urge long letters an- do not think of supulying a sin gie item which would be readily accepted by Uho at any lime- Y TT Elliott has purchased new surrey price 110 T Hardesty and wife and charming daughter Bessie were in our midst Friday One Saturday night not long ago Mr1 Edward Goatley was away front hpme until late and on returning found a strange horse in pis orchard he exam ined the horse which ho thought was a b own with a bald face He then went into the house to inv sti qte and stumbled over a saddle and this was of course more perplexing so he went into the adjoining room and lighted a lamp Lo und behold the in truder proved to be MrHubert Virgin the p3ulurcandidate for Assessor who had ridden from Tatham Springs to Mr Goatleys and AS no in was at horaeMje just tok possession until Edward returned Hubert was warmly welcomed as we trust he will be as Assessor If it is not intruding upon your patience wo will ask one more question Why can la deaf man not be llegally convicted UNO Ilillsboro The long droughtj has at last been broken by a nice rain Mrs Bertha M mct spent Mon lay with her grandm thor Mrs Ei J Wilson near Ljsey Mr Evan Rogers and wife of Springfield Mrs IKSate Litsey of Pleasant Grove and Mrs Mattio Drjgoo of this place were the pleasant guests of Miss Sallie ntzgerald last Thutsday Miss Liny Reed Of neir Willis lhiStp1aeMr tieoflPleasantI evening with Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland Rev John Merbum filled his regular appointment ber Saturday night and Sunday The Hillsboro singing class has been requested to be at Fen wick next Sunday evening to sing Mrs Sue Vice was in your town Monday on business Mrs Royalty who has been sick for some time at her daugh ters Mrs Armstrong we are glad to say is veVy much better The family of Marshal Keeling ire very sick with measles A combined team from Canary and Fenwick came over Saturday to pay the Penny riles Those ptesent witnessed a goo dtbox11the7 l 4 iSce1JJ Old Hickory 127 and Studebaker agoriseC OO Headquarters FARM8UPPUES j j t1ff L d- cli y f I McCLURt i WELL it tlt ift I i Z i Tj DEALERS IN r i L lfJ Ikc Buggies Wptaent Grain M11I Fie1d h1tTUf 1 t rrt J I j r 00 We handle Buggies Sprreys Carts oft11 gaHes to suit 3rQr the purchaser Agents for the Syracuse Hillside Plow 00 Call and examine our extensive line of Harness Collafst fr Work Gear Buggy Robes and Horse Bhink tse tt t SJrED OATS Cash Paid for 0 HIDES and FURS5 I- Y1 3 ors were not long in solving his curves and tho result was nine scores in the first inning Aftei that Mcllvoy took the box and held his opponents down to four runs One principal feature Of the game was the heavy hitting of the home team Coulter got two home runs while Shewmaker and others secured threebase hits The score stood 18 to 13 in favor of the Pennyriles Bat tories Pennj riles McIIVoy and Settles visitors Lawrence and Smith UmpireS HCrook- Commissioners Sale James H Burns adiurcfTMf SEqtyDeliaBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1104 in the above auee I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse doOr in S ringlleld Kyt ON MONDAY JwY 25 1904 I at 2 oclock pm or tbereaboat be highestbidderof 6 and12 months the following de scribed propertYJtofVit Beginning at a point on the rnpikelroadt thence with hs line as follows S 40J w 895 poles to a stake in a drain thence down and with said drain as it meanders S 86w 22 5i poles thence S 15 w 85 2 poles tthence S 54i v 181i poles tHence S 52 w 11158 poles to a beech on side of the dim corner to saii runringlwltb thence S 29 E 22f poles to a snag on a branch corner to Prather and Yocum thence down and with the meanders of same S 3lU w GJ poles S 54i w 3 15 poles S 2 w Bt poles S aUi w 7 poles S 31 w 5 poles S 45 w1iIt polesS 3it w 6 pOle SI 45 w 14 25 poles to a stone just above a leaning sycamore on the North side of Water Eun ihtnce thence down same leaving same 2 3 on the left bank as you go 90 pole3 to a stake opposite mouth of thelong branch thdnce up and with the meanders of same as follows N 3D E lOt poles to a small oak neara water gap N 2 J E 2744 poles thence N 2Gi E 18 poles to mquth of another branch thence up the right hand forkNSU ElOJ poles N 33 E 15t poles thence N 31+ E 17 poles thence N 42 E 194 poles to a beech snag thence N 48 E 24 pole thence N 49 E 18 08 poles fhencevtf 20 E183G poles thence N 46 J E4 poles to end of a slat fence N 801 E4 poles lob stone Prathers corner also corner to Cbeat ham ihqnce witp the fence aS it now stands running on the Cheatham line leaving the fence on Burns side S 69 E 18i pol s thence S 74 E- itas o E o jrpoles thence 37 poes to middle elf said pike thence with middle of said pike 36 92 poles to the beginning con taining 731 acres For the purchase price the pnr Cbaset or purchasers with approved security or sureties muse execute bond hearing legal interest trom date saleiuritil paid and having the force tot effect of a Judgment Bidders bo required to comply with these M LEACHMANjr C Wc c Ole All DroiEisls ask the eadersof thU paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have used it and who have been cured by fit do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and al stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach anddigefitlve organs to contribute to the blo9d at of the nutriment contained in the food Koddll Dvspepsia cure ja tiles ant and palatable Sold by all Drug iatsS i Is courting death more suddenly but not more Surety than neglecting bid nley disorders Foleys Kidney Cure vill cure a slight disorder In a few dayfi and its contiqued use will cure thc most obstinate cases li has cured many people of Brights disease andJ liabetes who were thought to be in curable If you have kidney or blad del trouble commence taking Foieyt Kidney Gore today before it Istt o latci Sold by Wood kCampbell v Hr ior alt SPRINGFIELD Kl Phone No 20 a a bId Disc l 5 Bring Your i 1 t i l t jTO THE New 1 Paint ftfCtr Jr iiic CASEYS OLD STAND k JSr SPRINGFILD Buggies and Carriages paintedjii firstelds styleI and1 in uptbcate manner Sati k Jl T faction guaranteed Prices reasonableS i tr J D BKTSEL RROPRifeToo ff f1 1 twalte wUbwit thh IIiiiiae H cnn pKbtC IASK a to 0 an f R I N I IS FOR Fitiyi YeweH otasboro Ky Our was wasting away while teething Hu bowels seemed beyond control Three physicians gave Sun up Owens Pik J jfJ IIPar M fk ud book address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO DETROIT MICH It n FLOYDS TABLETS Indigestion JI For sale by C J tJ 1 re f iQ f j1j 9ltvalong lines the fIt rind idf t1 L 1t S IJ g 1cI lines to 14 fi L Through Pullman and Free Reclining Chair Cars flomeseekcra first and third Tuesdays each math Descriptive literature njaps folders1etcon applicatloa hi tic TOWNSEND Qaal Passenger Ticket Agent ST L9UIS cure Itny case of Eidjiey or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO witti tkidney and bladdeallecUon IIostftesI and was unable work Xhree pluslcius tailed holp aud was giY up todle Foley Kidney Cure wts rocom ended and tho l1nl bottle cavo great relief and after takinr tocoad bottle I was estirolr cured 2 Twa 50 Cents and f110 JI BEESLaxative AID An all Cough Lung and Cures the Lungs and Gently Morn the Bowels J1 Pleasant to the taste and good alikjlor Young and Old P1NiS Middus Li by oil Any ntity from iT aiJJ W S I rfY t Shop RV i QWENS MIMR CHILDREN stopscrying sars baby i Mixture DYSPEPSIA j 25e i kflld Mm tackU ett UJKKJ I f ilIIfree Jar 50 Sample a =d 1 J HaydpnPharmacist ijg Rare Oppprluhitii t 1nvestos f j t the of and DIE to to mo mo thf t SIc Soc f fJ 1 J ii Ui t1 t j Jr ii I t lltAU t 2SS tthwestr System I 1 J Direct Missouri5 Kansas Indian Louisianaand Sleeping EJccarsioa J J FOLEYS Will Ey1USTIUelad Sixes1 HONEY TAR nprovcmentOfer Bronchial Remedies Strengthens PEPARU c41ciuis rSod IIydon WSBushel Carloadt seeas Iid Buggies 1r1 K regulatesthe t3cuoub11tlavcd lbkUI Siti capitalists honeeekeri II Texas KIDNEY CUBE Coughs ATPN r- tT iiSArkansas Territory ftT G MATTIIEWL Travel1ngPaseegerAgat ir1 1 1 LOUlSVlLkL1K fi rlf Ii o J Commissioners ale1 t tti t 4 i I 1 I IEsscneth HiineiFc1 5 tirli 4ttJf J J tOf IByI IthereoffHuuseL f f MONDAY JUNE 27 1904 1 f I at or about 2 clok jwu J beiiic cointy coert day to the igbeet j J of fIIbWd ratipablic auction upom a credit six months tile fotlowia det r cribidproperty tswir ll A ra toj aii4 ijt aIngtGe5 county Ky 0J1 The rater fiMaye Creek and bouliiedon ke wrth by tint mn of Z PTea lB the t 3y the lands of Felix iOtj tntMEast by Mayes creek nion tMeweit f by thellands ofZ P telcbJliaQja 4 i tncland of Joseph Clark aeceasejk and contains about two IcteSJFor the purohai ffc tfci pii t chaser or parchasp with apptoi security or stiretici mUst ze i ad bearing legal tat re M di I sale until paidtpod kaviaj lii Mteii eRect or a JudgmcX MMwi be requIred tocaply p j4I withtbees tetms GLJ4ACHW lf u W C c r Rig1 DyrpepelzTable4e iigMsaty 7 7I aWfiarrWTi and sure dyspeiai Ii08f yieing tarrkofJtbc stomach ad iM1estIoa I ii l4u v1oas 3baqr hal i I rr r DRJMBUETOHIfcsiDENT it TEETH EXTRACTED 1THOUT PAIN bmcHa Bleekp lll SPRINGFIELD K- Y4jenta1 Work StrictlY I Firstclan R J H LAMPTON OFFICE pen lIMM q itsS Sloof SPEIKGFIELD KY t j 11OFIQEDr Rineharts for tner offices over People deposit 4 4ik Office hours 12 to 2pm MIVSFGRIGSBY- ATTORNEYAT LAW I 08c vr Peoples knrS- PRINGFIELD KY z Dr 5 Wl Green DENTISTf All kinds 01 dental work Teelh extracted without pain Offices iotoierly occupied by Dr Hord PhojieSC SPRINGFIELD KY Jl W HYATT H D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Peoples Bank Buildins 4 l JRsidencc93Telephones fOffice 9 JAMES GRAVES PACTICAI litcliinikcr aFfl Jeweler Carries a line of Wakh F Clocks and Jewelry Repairing iSpe citUj Located aLT W Simmp Jr old llaw office r pppsUe Court irpuse Sprfmgfiejd ICy f IRaifrodd Schedule Pollowingis the time schedule now in effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 4LLeayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstawn Junction 502 pn Bardstowh 552 pm jutivesfat Springfield 645 p tn- No 421Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardsiiown Junction 7 5am arrives at Louisville 755am No4aLeaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 11 15 am J arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield at 120 pm Bardstown 230 prtf Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm i3arth town 735 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm JOHN Y MAYES fUNERAL 1ICTOR AND EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYi19 NIGHT 74 v SPEMGHELD H fl+i ve You HaulioQ rp EDO If so llup J L ALLEN At theDepot wi IIFREIGHTA TRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved rnd anything in tbe hauling inc done carefully and at e easonable rates- PHONE 22 HIL i Bees LAXATIVE Honey and Tar isNdifferent from all other ccogh iyrnps It contains antiseptic proper ties to destroy the gersas solvent propertica to cut the phlegm and1x- ative properties to cleanse the system JUii Lixatirc Howy a4 Tans aI pleasant ptrmaneat cure for aV f couglw colds lung and b cliial troa tie Sold by HaxeIs Pharmacy VTe are ageith for the Isiilitt1i Uyer ptll recently dsiverby the VeneraWeI DHeof Ckieago Per lwJIo haye KMi p kPHtJa will fl eMatlPoitaL Mr J Ba 7on pJaaf y I IJJ flOWN v rg iU iJtA iri Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest = c j IIAJJAbutYurssIT Friends j and Acquaintances IL J I IAll kinds of fruits received at 0 W Hagans For the nicestqueenware at the lowest prices go to- Hagan Bros The PreSbyterian Sabbath School will give a picnic on the Fourth of July Prescriptions compounded by registered druggists only Wood Campbell We want your hams shoulders and bacon highest prices paid Hagan Bros Arything you want I have got it and anything you have got to sellTwantit C W Hagan Special attention given Pysi cians prescription day or night Wood Campbell Complexion brushes andsponges bath sponges and car riage sponges at Wood Camp bells The Sacrament of the Lords Supper rTjvill be administered in the Presbyterian church on next Sabbath Two cases of Fehrs malt tonic beats going off to the Springs and is much cheaper Cv W Hagan Agt Now is the time to sell your bacon and I am paying the high esL market price Cash if preferred C W Hagan Just ask your Doctor what Fehrs malt tonic will do for you when you are run down in gen eral C W Hagan ARt Now remember that J guaran tee every bottle ot Fehrs malt tonic Wtat more could you ask Your mon y back if not satisfied C W Hagan Agt The rain prevented the Children thy exercises last Sunday at Johnsons chapel They have been postponed to Sunday July 10 at 3 oclock The ladies of the Christian church will give a Raspbarry Supper at tbj Court House this afternoon from 5 to 10 oclock Everybody invited Now stop and think you can not livd but once so why not feel like living while you live Fehrs malt tonic is what you need C W Hagan Agt Drop in as you go to supper and take a Ibottle of Fehrs malt tonic with you and see how riiuchl better you feel when you awake in the morning Ct W Hagu Agt LosTA tan Eton jacket with brass buttons and a black lustre Eton jacket between the residence ofM H Jones and Jarboe Campbells mill Reward if re iGrundyi When you are in the inarket for fruit jjars and sugar it will pay you io calKandI see me Bought while they were cheap C W riagan The general merchandise store house of Claybrooke Litspy at Texas together with its con tents was destroyed by fire last Friday night The property was valued at 6000 with iqsqr ance of S3 400 Tho origin bf the fire iis unknown There was a small sized crowd in town County QpUrt day and the livestock market was dull Col R B Whayne reports the following sales One 2yearold mare 5450 1 2yearold horse 6650 1 cow and calf 3050 1 aged mare 20 1 yearling heifer 11161 aged mare r6BO i 1 Fra zier cart 17 r Dr W F Trusty of Hodgen Ville has rented the office over Haydon Barbers store for his openforTrusty comes highly recommended as a Dentist The Hodgeh ville Herald has the following to say about nHWe regret to learn that Dr W F Trusty has definitely made up his mind to find another location and will leave here with his family on Springfiekthis stayherefriends and who no doubt will share with us in the sentiment expressed above We com end him to the people of Springfield as a genial pleasant gentleman and a skil1f practitioner of den tistry TOPICS3 I Narrow Escape Miss Sadie Mayes and her visitor Miss Hazel Morton had ta thrilling and dangerous exp li ence late last Wednesday even lug They started out for a drive and going down Walnui street opposite the Christian church tlie hore became unmanageable on account of the backing straps not being fastened letting tIle trap run against it The horse ran into Main street and when near McClure Wells store Mr Wells succeeded in getting on the back jDart of the veliicle and got hold of the lines The combined strength of Miss Sadie and Mr Wells on the lines broke the bridle bit and the frightened animal ran on unrestrained until it reached Jarboe GampbelFs mill where the trap collided with the platform throwing the girls out on the road Both young ladies were onsiderably bruised up and were confined to their rooms several days under the care of a physician Both are able to be out now but do not care for any more such ex citing rides Mrs Gfundys Will The will of MrS Sallie H Grundy was probated in the County Court last Monday The principal devises of the will follow To the Board of Directors of GroVe Hill cemetery Shelby ville Ky 1500 to be used in keeping monuments and grounds in repair To Rev William Biickman former pastor of Catholic church at Frederickstown Ky a valuable violin To Rev John C Tate of Clarksville Tenn 5000 To Rev W Y Davis of Bloomfield Ky 2000 To the Presbyterian church at Springfield Ky 500 This devise was paid in the lifetime of the testator and is revoked by- coqicHTo the the Catholic church at Frederickstown Ky 500 This devise was also paid during the lifetime of the testa tor and is revoked All the re mainder of her property real personal and mixed is devised for the establishment of an Or phans Home at the old Grundy Homestead a grand old place of 600 ares with fine mansion and all the needed improvements for an ideal Old fashioned Ken tucky Home The Synod of the Presbyterian church Southern branch j is named as Trustee and in caseit fails to accept then the Presbyterian Synod Northern branch is named as Trusteei and if both fail to accept the Trust then the Grand Lodge of Masons is named as Trustee and in case all refuse to accept the Trust then it is made the duty of the Executors to take charge of said estate and expend the same in worthy Christian Char ities Rev W Ya Davis and John W Lewis are made the Executors of the will Annonncaments In this iissue appears the announcement of Mr Byron Croake who is a candidate for County Judge Mr Croake has been in the public seyvice for some tme and has made a host of staunch friends As the present Sheriff of the county hehas made a splendid record as a straightforward honest Sind capable business man and is in every way well qualified to fulfill t1 duties p1 the office to which he aspires He enters the race backed by a strong following and will no doubt prove a lard manto beat Mr W F Booker in this issue announces himself as a candr date for reelection to the office of County Clerk Mr Booker needs Jno extended writeup or introduction telIIthe voters of Washington county His popu larity as a public official is per haps the greatest of any man in public office in this county lIe has attended to the duties of his office with so much promptness iin such a businesslike manners universally kind to all that in all the 35 years tlat he has been the clerk of the County Court he has never had opposition either from his own or opposite political party except perhapV once Another to announce his can didacy in this weeks issue is Mr W S Y Goodlett who is a candidate for Representative Mr Goodlettis one of the most prosperous farmers in the county as well as one of the most pro Jgressive While Mr Goodlett d b s f P fP4vianywho for year have suffered intensely from chronic sick headache using drugs of all kinds without beneSt have4 found iimmediate and per matent relief in properly adjusted glasses because t causelWe remove the cause and our cure is lasting Satis Il faction Guaranteed ItItcL F RUSSELL Main St SpringfieldI fJ has never been before the people as a candidate for office before he is well andfavorably known throughout the county us a sen sible prudent and good business man His candidacy is there suit of considerable solicitation from his friends in all parts of the county and we have no doubt he will make a strong race forth office to which he aspires In this issue we announce the candidady of T Scott Mayes for reelection to the office of County Attorney of Washington ounty In the Circuit Court Mr May s as the representative of the Commonwealth has shown him self to be a vigorous prosecutor and as the legal adviser of the Fiscal Court and the county officials he has shown marked business capacity always looking to the interests of the county and advancing measures which have invariably resulted in the countys good He first inaugurated the system of having the county levy paid at the same time as the law requires it to be paid to the State and by this system Washington county for the first time since its existence has been placed on a cash basis Immediately upon his assuming the duties of the office he set to work to collect taxes from cor porations which had escaped taxation for county purposes entire ly and to take such steps as would place them permanently upon the taxpaying list of the county As the result of his labors in thjs direction he has succeeded in collecting bark taxes to the amount of about 10000 from sf urces which had never before contributed one cent of taxes to the county town or any of its taxing dis tricts and has added from this source jin increase of revenue to the county of about 14000 per annum Mr Mayes being an expert accountant Washington county has been greatly benp fitted by l experience in aiding to bring about reform in keeip ingthe accounts of the countys finances and today we have the best system in the State He is a Democrat who contributes his time and energies to every contest that comes whether it be county tateor National and theife are few Democrats from this county who have contributed more to the success of the party than he Asa party worker organizer and campaign speaker Ji6 has but few equals and as a lawyer stands high at the local bars Notice to Creditors ill persons holding claim against the estate of Martha A Glasgow decease will present same properly proven to the un dersigned or his attorney T S Mayes SpringtieldKy on or before July 1st 1904- J B HILL Executor of Martha Glasgow R F D No 2 Springfield Ky Notice to Creditors claimsIagains rHord deceased are hereby notified to present same properly proven to the undersigned for settlement at his office in Spring field Ky on or before July 1st 1904 TS MAYES Administrator of H H Hord Wonderful things are dou fo Hi human body by surgery Organs are tajien out and scraped and polished and put back or they may be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of yelns antiseptic dressings are applied to iaju1rIescauses Hon and in onethird of the time reI qnired by the old treatment Chain berlains Pain Balm acts on this same principal It is an antiseptic and when tOIhealsorene Pain Balm in your home and it will save icu time and muney not to men tion the inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail For sale at Haydona drugstore 0 Repairing Promptly and Near 1 I Done at Reasonable Prices Ky PERSUNA 1 MrS C Cambron of Lebanon was in ttown Monday EC Hundley of Lebanon was in town Tuesday on business C W Hagan has gone to Stanford to see his best gicl Messr Will Cleaver and Scoljl McCabe were in Maud Tuesday Mrs E Carl Litsey of Lebanon s visitingher parents here Miss Bessie Abel of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Margaret Greene Miss Nora Bonta and sister Blanche are visiting friends in Louisville Mr James Cheschier of Louisa ville was the guest of friends here Sunday Miss Rose Cleaver of Lebanon is visiting Miss Maranda Tucker of Valley Hill The Misses Sisco of Bards tovcn are the guest dl Miss Pearl Connor this week W D Clajbrooke has returned from a visit to Louisville Frank font and Lexington Anno1Longthe first of the veek J Miss Louse Setiks of Booker was the guest of Miss Susie Pope the firstof the week Louis Young and wife of Lo retto are visiting at the home of Mr Ben F Young George Lear of Bloomingdale Ind was here Monday shaking hands with many friend i Miss Mary McCabe returned Sunday from a pleasant visit to Miss Ohi Goatley of Valley Hill Misses Effie Robinson and Dora Brown are vsiting their sister Mrs Robert Noe this week Mrs P C Cleaver and daugh ters MissesNora and Rose were m Springfield Monday on busii ness Miss Sallie Adams of Lancas tel who has been the guest of Mrs Joe F Pettus has returned home Messrs Hariy Brown and G A Dohoney of Lebanon were iin town on busness the first of the week Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon was the guest of Mrs Fred Bfagan the latter part of last week Miss Annie Claybroke has returned from Stat College where she has been attending school Mrs Oscar Clemens and her two little girls of Rives Tent are visitirtg the family of Rev T D Latimer Mr and Mrs Oliver 3roake and daughter cf Croaksville visWi ted at the home of Mr Byron Qroake last week Erastus Burton who visited friends and relatives here last week has returned to his borne in Memphis Tenn Miss Gladys Walker the little daughtar Ojf Dr and Mrs J H Walker is visiting relatives in Louisville this week Miss May Mayes entertained quite a large number of her friends at Jir JJODIO Wednesday evening from 2 to 5 Mr Finley Scruggs has re turned from Lebanon where he had been under Di4 McChords treatment at the infirmary Mr Wallace Hickerson of Louisville who has been visiting at the home of his sister Mrs John L Allen has returned home J R Gloybropke wits called home from a pleasant ttcip to Bloomfield on account of his business bein destroyed bv flea Mrs Harrington who is spend- ingi the summer with her brother MriI 14 Moss has returned from ai visit to friends in Louisville Mr Lawrence Cummins of Louisville visited his daughter Miss Elizabeth Oummins who is spending the summer with friends at Willisburg Sergeant Ernest Cox et Manila is home on a furlough and Is visiting his father MrS A Cox i R DAP 7ILLER Manufactirers of Ja inessand StrpPWork r Springfield This iis the young soldiers first trip honie fop seven year Mrs Louis Htlppof Lebanon was called here Monday bv the illness of her mother Mrs Rose Good n of Lebanon who is visit ins her daughter Mrs W L McClellan 4 Mrs W C M Chord has re turned frofo Virginia wheie she went to attend tho commence ment exercises of Virginia Insti tile She was accompanied home by her sonWi1 who graduated frbm the Institute Misses Annie McChord Bettie Irvine Mrs J S McElroy and Mrs Finley Scruggs John S McElroy Jr Jack McChord and George Wharton returned from a trip to the Worlds Fair Miss Sallie McElroy who was wHh the party who went to the Worlds Fair last week wcnt on to Kansas City to vIsit her uncle iIugh McElroy and wile I Wood 5 Campbell Bring us your Prescrip lions Dont matter whose blanks they are written on We can fill them for you Leading Bear in mind the necessity of using Pure drugs and tcompoundingt tfons Our mQtto is Be ware of Substitutes Pharmacists Taken Up On myace a spw aiid pigs OjJTiet can have amQ by proving property and payingsill costs 4 JOHN Y MAXES h Poiiltry Ticket Na 337 is the Jucky number in the eon test The holder ofthis number will please present same arid carry away the prize Iri H JONES f Tlie Eye ol fl jlnnlnt A pianist has to otUjyatc tbQ eye so as to see ZPO signs ai one mlnute the lingers to make 200 movements and the brain to undwstnd nil these signs as well as dlfect nil these movements In phiylns Webers iloto Perietuo a pianist has to read 4541 notes in less limn tom minutes or about nineteen n secfonit but the eye can receive only about tea consecutive impressions a second that in quick music it seen that a player does not see every note singly but lin groups probably a bar or inbro at one view t tiAii Extrnorillnnry Memory At the G lessen congress on psychol oery Pwfcssor Mueller of GocttTngeh told ot a certain Dr K who within a fev secoirtls was able to work out the square of any number of live figures given to him He was also able to erP by heart and repeat a row of jlgures 204 in number within twelve nnd ahalf minutes Professor Mueller Asserted that nonsuch nidnory for llKjires had ever been known the rec ord ihaving been 204 figures in seventy live minutes rilut hml Steel Mrs Illghmore with cold dignity To what nui I indebted fdr the honor of this visit Unexpected CallepTo your careless SCrIUltJetI haps madam I dare say she forgof that you were not nt home Chicago Tribune The Truth cr Ilardup must have used a great deal of flattery to Tvinthchelress- Xo he simply told her tub truth Indeed t Yes lie said he cpuldnt live with out her Spiteful Miss OldpJrlI dont like the color of jjiy hair Miss jioungthlng Dont let that btither yqul my dear It cant be long now before t turns gray A Little Cola Dlooaed Speaking orald blooded methods In business said a soithern merchant reminds me of a story they tell about n New York drummer wua died sud dcinly In an Atlanta hotef The coroner telegraphed to his firjh saying Your representative died here today I await your Instructions In a few hours this answer came back Search his pockets tQr ordors Express his samples to New York Give the body to a medical college A Codnterlrritnnt What Is a countorlrrltantS asked Mrs Smlthers countrlrrltnnt replied Smith era Isa wonian who malcfis the clerk pull doSvn everything from the shelves Cot two hours and tbcnJ1urs4 ctnta W0rth of lmrpIusCtevelaudPiess Economy Friend If your washerwoman charges by the piece It must be rather expensive Young Housekeeper Oh no She loses somauy things ihnthgr bills are never high ew Yorjc AVeck Iy U Neiutty Drove IeI dont understand your Icxtrava ghnco Ii fore weiwere mafflcd you lied thq reputation of Wins Very eco nbralcal She sweetlyput yqu forI get dear that before we wer marrleftj I didnt hKve tile money Detroit Fret Press ilWiw 1i liWiwIiliWiH t wjit I Great Clearance Sate r Ii Gt Diy GoodS Glothi irr 1 shoes Carpets Mattings If8 Liuoleums Wall PaperV i Etc EtIj Ji r i ja WeJhave on t handa Jarg and welic f f 2 assorted stock in fact too many gdodgS1 I 3 for the time of the year and irr order ff I to reduce stock by Ju11st we wiI1e t I Gut Prices Deep f fa3 Merchandise at BARGAIN PRICES I a EJust received a new Mai of whitekid belts gilt belts tC silk belts EwhIte washable belts siiit jst beltsi fans handbags sea he ladles hand Lii bag wp are runnihg a 25c som etf50c fOr same hrng hand bags up to J tr ii250 each Fqllsock run ksr valises and telescopasWe will take pleasure 3 in showingyou and quoting prices 1 ROBERTSON BROS f1f t tO t O ttMtr=I ftThe Dtlights ofv It Summer Resort Whenyotf go tok sumatcr re sort one Of the child delights are fyf a cool delightful t tandt add anothuroom Jo your houseaile ipleasantcst room of all during the heated season You on lnadiww or tea on aporth fitted with PVUilQltii PorcH ShadsthPerfCtrimcrwhilevewiUsthepi ersby Yon am also hare V 4or Window Shades adjusted to your window they will letln tbtonpl brace IMS O1tt heat of 6eiuer jm Tby are especially mMniJtj for aafMriM and rooms ti tTheTaremadeln t onue with the woodworlcof toM oYou Ire especially reqaesied tiview theVH4lbr Exhibit ia oto shade departimt We also invie your specialt attention to bur I Stockof Carpets Mattmgsr LinoleumsfRu 5 I IILace Curtains Shadesc The larestanct Jri best selected stock of Wall Paper shown in this section Please visit us before Q4YingrKi Cunningham Duncan JOHNS McELROY l AfiCfLifeOFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK Jf During my absence front office w F Grigsbyjj j I or George Neikirk will attend tqany business for me 11 i iaEiaE aa II gj be Big Money Maker foi log R strIiWJ Il Is Dr Jos Haas HpgV Remedy which for more t years has stood he severest tests and in all cases can fro depended upon 1m DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAI DIE tt t 1VJ 1 1Ivaluable book for every hoff raiser t hni be f I 1badi1 25 1b can 1250 half cans S650 250 125 and50c per package I p aOthGcntury Poultry Food y Tatet eggproducer on the market Keeps iPliIk hbalthy prevents cholera roup and all other poultry diseases I 251b baj359t25e perpackae j Dr b s Haas LIvetockJeMedY v4 MI4 For HOrfattI4ihetpEt Ii l r IAI As its name implJe this a REMEDY not a lJnd it II IJB qualhedj for crrectIng the cotnmoudisortleri inhdrses catticas4l JAl sheep as wcllas many ofthe mQre serious complaints fspleJ t conditioner and growth t roinoter and a sure preycutlvc fre It disease W 0100 1OAND fec Flt FA iCAt m FOR SALE KY m McCLUjRE WELLS FOR CIRCULARS SPRINGFIELD KY LCAtJJ C7H 2nN I m WiVJiWijiVIIi WiwwWWWiWW J I TheBestls the Cheapest f l And There is None setter Than xJ I 1 i 1 THEPAGEWOi K IKS FPNGK A Fencefor vet y PUrpose Ic- i ati It will turn anything Ml cmatb sjmOYer iy t kind of ground All SLwdt ma Assortments iI BurllsI GUFiWIkt j SOLE AGENTS Y 2 SpriBgieid y a a i T y Tfc IIIee oC Bntterfllea r AtteraUtJurchief clinrni of this rac- etInied flowers dots not lie in their arM aM brilliant Ieauty1nor yet In tbir wwHlerf Aeries of iransfornia ttoMln their long and sordid catcrpil Mr life tlz tlong slumber In the cfcrjwU or tie very brlefperlOd wblcl comprises taIr Iweaufy their lovemak tar their parentage rand their death Nor does It He In thi fact that we do bb yet certainly knptf whether they haTe bi the caterpillar shape the facul I ty o lff ht or not and do not evci know the precise use of their most con ipictteu organ Jninarurity the anten RAe Nor does it consist in thisthat they of all created things hare fur 5 5nIMhel nan with the symbol of his own iL Immortality It rather lies In the fact that with all their varied life and activity they represent an absolutely 41Ueftt world All the vast array ef pi dcrn knowledge has found no butterfly which murmurs with an audi A fete yoke and only a very few species which can even audibly click or rustle witk their wlngsT W Hlggjnson ic 1 AtkHtic Material Vsed In akliil Note Paper It is not a pleasant thought that Uu brilllaiat white note paper which your hasd rests upon may haves In it the ibers from the filthy garment of sonic Egyptian fellah after It has passed through all the stages of decay until itI is saved by a ragpicker from the guj ter of an Egyptian town and ydt It is a tact that hundreds of tons of Egyp tain rags arc exported every year Into America to supply our paper mills Att v Mannheim on the Rhine the American bovsesltj Europe the disease Infected Levant not t excepted arid where women and CllU dren too poor to earn a better living T work day after day with wet sponges tIed over their mouths sorting these 2 Sifithy scraps for shipment to Now York ti Our best papers arc made of these rags 4 tad our common ones of wood pulp which Is obtained by grinding and It 0 macerating huge blocks from some of our soft wooded forest trees Katlonal Geographic Magazine The Stave Mirror ri t Whenever a looking glass appears in a scene In a play above a fireplace In ti a sideboard or a cabinet one s almost 55 sure tc hear somebody ask his or her neighbor Why the glass has been smear 4fctl ed with whiting or soap or something that dulls its surface completely All sorts of reasons are hazarded or sug gested Sometimes it Is stated that It Isi done for luck at others that they fdid not intend to leave it dirty The real explanation Is however a slmgle i4 one The glass Is dirtied to prevent the illusion of the scene being de iZ stroyed as itcertainly would be if the audience saw in it the reflection of themselves or worse still the rcflec tion of the poodle In the wings carry ing on the business of the stage Chi cago Tribune 0n2iius Ir Diphtheria In cases of diphtheria onions In the Jfx form of a frdnlticc and a sirup are said to have ftri alnrost magical effect The poultice In this case Is made of the raw Sonion pounded to a pulp and bandaged around the throat well up to the ears clanging as often as the ranss becomes dry A poultice qf thin same on the sole of each foot reduces the fever The mucilaginous properties of onion Juice 4mn e it specially soothing to the in flamed mucous membrane and there fore acceptable fn ease of whooping fffcough croup or diphtheria An excel lent way to make the sirup Is to iuttt the onion Into slices sprinkle ly with sugar nUll press pientifuli i plates and ri heavy weight until nIl the i Juice Is extractedscMirror Crytalanl1 Stroril l The three symbols of the Imperial house of Japm are the mirror thocrys z tal and the stord and they are carried in front of the emperor on nil state oc t caslons Each has its significance LooK nt the mirror and reflect thy self or In othet Words Know thy self Is the medsage ftf File mirror l VBo pure and shine Is the crystals in junction while the sword Is a reminder fI to Be sharp The Scare For SuceeIThis Is my advice to young men seek lug for success Fix your eye on Eng land fix it on Alaska fix it on the ru moon collect beetles desire tram tickets demand lost boot laces die for deadll J youJyour dreams upon succcs for the bones of those dreamers are wrecks ajong the shoreG K Chesterton in London sews JV unU It Is usually the young woman who wpuldnt Ijave te best man In the l Florid who snaps at the first offer and flip limn who isthe most cynical about a matrimony Is pretty sure to propose thejifirstwoinan who gives him an op i pbrtmilty Eostqn TrmscrIptr My Breatht r Shortness of Breath Is One V f the Com moncst Signs of Heart Disease KotwlUistandlnsr what m ny physic- xan cay heart disease can be cured Dr Miles New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who bad found no relief in the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It has proved itself unique In tho his Story of medicine by beIng so uniformly successful In curing those diseases t Ifearly always one of tho first sll11Si of trouble Is shortness of breath Wheth 1erit comes as a result of walking or Tunning up stairs or of other csorclses if tliaheart Is unable to meet this extra demand jppon Its pumping powers thcio is something wrong with Jt Tho very test thing you can do Is to take Dr Mlesl New Heart Cure Itwm go to JiD foundation of the trou bleand make a permanent euro by strengthening and renewing tho nerves heartCurei of years 1 miffered from shortness of inir on my side J and If I lay flat on ray back would nearly wnother A friend advised using DrlUIcs New Hctrt Cure which T dId ImnroUfatJJof JhIJe1t Cure the pains In my sldo r Sr oihier aimSsisiethering spells are a thing rthopeat FP DRAKE Kiddletown O Jr youtheX thetr money 1 i PRrRre Trial MilK AntlI theNew cntlflc Remedi t tm Blank ortat wm Iano your case teU bat nd 1 OWtortgl1t Jt llAL DCO r 2 r 2str IiII f J 5000000CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn Addition to the R gular Free Premiums Would Ye L II LbkiA Check tike ThisII Wt Navt Iwariul 2000000 il Presidential Contest II Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffe Packages and a a cent tamp entitle you in addition to m the regular free premiums to m one vote The 3cent stamp coy iers our acknowledgment tb you IK that your estimate is recorded lYou can send as many estl mates as desired Brlnll First Priz if 500000 will e awarded to the one who IIs aeareat correct on both our Worlds Fair and PresI tfeatUl Vote Contests We also offer 500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Oerks Particulars in each case of Lion Coffee Great ContestII Vote 1S256000I How Would Your Name Look One These Checks Everybody uses coffee If you will LION COFFER long to get acquainted with it you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money Thenrou will take and thats why we advertise And nre using our advertising money so that both wcwm get benefit Hence for WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES v Complete Detailed Particulars In Every off c LION COFFEE 37 WOOLSON SPICE COt DEPT TOLEDO OHIO Worked Well The Police Judge of Lexing Con seems to have solved a knotty question in satisfactory way He sentenced a negro chicken thief to be whipped b licly The n ght before this public castigation two dozen hens were stolen another citizep The morning follow ing hG aforesaid citizen was astonished to find all Of the chickens illa basket on the backdoor steps The conscience of the last named thief was doubtless quickened by the public whip ping that had been administered to his fellow chick e a lover There is virtuo in the whipping post although it may be looked upon In ullra senSationa quar ters as a of barbarism Thieves who do not care for confinement in jail or the peni ten ary even regard grace to be whipped publicly The method of the Lexington Judge mightbe adopted in localities with profit to the munity The same Judge de dared that ins future wh en a man was brought before him charged with carrying concealed deadly Jveapons the offender would be the limit of the law and that the weapon would be by an officerin the presenceof the courtThis also is a good precedent and worthy to be followed by other court officials Georgetown Times Is courting death more suddenly but not more sorely than neglecting kidney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure ii disorder in a few days ana its continued use will cure the most obstinate cases It has cured many poople of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to be in curable yow have kdn y or blad der troublej commence taking J oleY8 Kidney Cnrc today before ILlS too late Sold bv Wood Campbell Pinesalvc acts like a poultice There sore boil or brasion of the skin Pinetalve will n6t cure Pinesalve draws the me out of a burn instantly and heals without leaving a scar Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Lowest Rats Ever Made to the Sonlli westvIa the Rock IslandFrisco Mem Arq you interested If so get ready and take advantage of the owest rate ever made to Arkansas Texas and Indian and Okla homa Territories Tickets on saiej front Memphis St Louis and hiago Pebruarj AprH5thaIestticket agent or address frHL McGuiRE District Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio FOItM14tEYMwTARt11WI ttii J Cash to Lion Coffee users In our Worlds Fair 2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in 1 First Prize 1 Scoa4 Prize j rrlzM sack 5 ftlMi 20000 PrliM 10000 lOOOOD sooo 1000006O 2000 1000OO 26O PrIzes 1000 1800 Prizes 500 OOOOOO- J2OOOOOO2139 ZIZEI TOTAL of enough we of a your Liun Package CONTEST other destroyed slight If is no IGth Tlie Hindoo Idea of Wit An Jiluglish hidj wfornier of uncer tain age who visited India to deliver A told the audience that she would be happy to answer any ques tion upon which a fat baboo came to the front with How old are Oh no she replied 1 dont nicqn questions of tb tsortl only ones OuI nected with the stibjlCt of the lecture Are you forty continued the baboo noyvls6 abashed No I wont answer such a question was the reply Are you fifty continued her tormentor Oh uoJo told you I wont answer sixtyIOblady responded ltelpltutelYIA shlkarrl out partridge shooting was seen in tits of laughtOr slapping his thighs in Uie ecstasy of his glee On Inquiring The cause of his hilarity beII hurriedly said Hush sahib epoly Indicating one of the has just been bitten by n green snake but ho thinks It Is only a thorn Dont tell hftn or hell be frightened nail stop beating From General Gerards Leaves From the Diary Of a Sokller and Sportsman Tli e Jade J9kal Loved Of one phase Of his life Jokal the Hungarian nov hit wrote In disgust Well confess it I must I have n sweetheart for whose sake I have been faithless not ot ly to my wife but to my muse a1soa sweetheart who has appropriated best Ideas and whose slave I was ami still am Often have I wasted half my fortune upon her and rushed blindly into misfortune to please her For her sake I have patiently endured ins lt ridicule anti reprobation for Ii or sake I have staked life and liberty Now If she had been a pretty young damscl there might have been some excuse for me but she was a nasty old painted figurehead of a beldauiea flirting faithless tic kle foul mouthed scandulmongcrlng old liar whom the whole world courts who makes fools of all hcr wooers and changes her tvs often ns she changes her djrcss Her name Is PoI Ucs and may the plague take her CnstontH of the Kafllrn The author jof a book on the Kafllrs of South Afrlen says Tlio women are on the whole In favor of polygamy Sometimes a woman who has a dozen other sisters as they call fellow wive will to awonmn who Is the solitqry wife of a man and ask her If she does not tcerllonely No one can visit a large such for example as the kings kraal In Swaziland there are hundreds of huts and not feel that there is a tharm In the social life of the place It Is a sort of college life and frequently my thoughts have reverted to my old varsity days and thus struck me that If one could Im agine a set of men living In the old court of Irlnlty sQrrounded by wives and children with a social circle in which every one was related to every one else one might get some Idea of the sheer Joy of life amid 1000 rela tions Swallow and Microbe Swallows nnd other migratory birds Invariably shun those which ore In the sjlghtest degree Infected by noxious microbes Thus they are never to be found In districts yellow fever the plague and other epi demic diseases prevail The districts which they select as their temporary homes arc in all respects the most healthy that can be found It Is evi dent from this that persons who are afraid of catching or other In fectious djscases pttght not to live ln places which are shunned by these birdsIA Useless Verdict Yes said the old traveler uI was On a jury In California once It was a murder trial I didnt want the fellow hanged and so stuck out against tbq Ahi alavpn for nina lava lorkod un In What will be the total popular vote cast for PresWeat votes for all caa k dldatei cemblned at the election It November 8 1904 In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti mates received in Woolson Spice Com- Panys office Toledo O on or before November S 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest estimate prize to the next nearest etc etc as a S5OOOO 10 20 PrimPrliei 250000 on use no other Headusyon froth relic cpm fined lecture you1 beaters lovers go kraal where certain places where cholera cholera correct second follows the Jury room when they gave in and we brought In a verdict of sot guilty and then I was ready to stab myself with spite What about Cause the mob had hanged the prIs- on r on the very first day we were locked up Enjoy mat You anITo be soured by poverty or to be hardened by It Is a mistake an error of thought Instead of enjoying our life we are crumping ourselves It is as It we were set qt n feast and sulkily r6 fused to enjoy a few dishes because could not reach everything on the table and make ourselves sick like foolish children that i we arp Bliss Carman A Tclllntr Stroke The hare easily caught up with the tortoise Well old man youre not much of n runner he sneered No admitted the tortoise Im not f think Ill try tot the crew You see Im quite at borne in tho shell Prince ton Tiger A Distinction Can a man patent a scientific dis covery askedthe commercial person Itlsnt usually done answered the scientist But some of them ought to bb coyfirlghted as literary produc tions Washington Star Xo Trlflliiff Detail Miss Trucsoe Am I to understand papa that everything settled In re garth to my wedding Mr Truesoei Yes my dear everything but tile bills Chicago Journal Explained PIkerWhy did they call the me- diaeval period the dark ages Pro fessor Because it was knight time Cornell Widow I When a real meckvman gets goodl and mod he comes mighty near having fits xVtcbison Globe Herculean Lnlior NaggnbyWhint did he leave to char- Ity WugKsby IIe left It tho bluest Job It ever tackled that of covering ills multitude of snsnaIUmorc Airier ican The English statute utile was first de fined In 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nine dis covered byDrblad- der Dr for you you this sent None of Swofl dollar bM are sold by all good druggist a wlIMftlhat Pflsdia formerly u power In Turkey as leader of a reform party brought about the deposition of Sultin Abdul Alt Trlnco Jfurad than Us proclaimed pultun Five days later the ersultan Committed suicide net which vas proved by ntu teen doctors Ten days utter this tragedy Sultan Alurad became Insane nut was deposed nnd Abdul flauild ascended the throne Mldhat wnsfTiaiilsUed but wufi received with so niiiejj favor In Europe that the sultan became nervous and recalled him and appolntexl him gqvcrnpr of Syria ILere bo did much good but found himself called upon to resign In 18SO He pet l ccfuie governor gen eral of Smyrna but shortlY afterward be was arrestea with Mehemet Hush lPasba anil Others on a charge of being concerned lu the murder of Abdul jizfz The trial dragged on for nontlJSnnd Mldhat with others was condpmhcd to death but on the Interrentldn of the English governnjent his sentence was cbnnged to Imprlsounientfbr life Mid hat was sent to Taut In Arabia where ninny attempts were made to pOlson him which were frustrated by his serv ant One night however he was dragged from his room by some of tho sultans olllclals and strangle how SeventyaIx Ky Cot It 11me Thick In Clinton county Is a village called Sec ttslx Iutke midst of the vlllagp Is awatorfall which greoteiMhc eye of the ftrst frontiersman who went to that part of the stoiC when It was still a part of Virginia He measured the depth of the fall and found it to be- seveutysixfeet The accuracy of the measureuieut has never been coiled Into question nnd tlie inhabitants of the town to this day havctUclr mails- uddresse4 to Seventysis Ky The III Is of little volume during the sum mer mouths lIutlis of great beauty at nil tlmeshL the winter it Is a roaring cataract and Indlati creek frequently goes upon a rampage The section was Tivorite hunting ground of the In In in the early days anti the creplc derived its name from the number of spewrheads and spikes which are found In the fields around LouFsvIlle Cou rler Journal Slrntejcy of the Cuckoo TIle Indian fruit cuckoo which like nil members of the cuckoo family lays Its eggs Inthe nests of other birds and thus avoids the trouble of hatching them Is said to exhibit most Interest jug strategy In dealing with crows wbjcii are Its enemies Whereas the lien an Inconspicuous speckled gray bird conceals herself In the foliage the cock remarkable for his brilliant black plumage and crimson eyes places himself on a perch near a crows nest and inalces a great noise The crows Immediately rush out to attack him uti he takes to flight with them In pur cit The hen meanwhile slips Into the nest and deposits an egg Sometimes the crows get back before the egg is laid and then the Intruding lien cuckoo gets a trouncing Youths Companion Origin of the Picture Foatnl Card The originator of pictorial post cards Dsn Frenchman M Besuardeau of SHleloGuiliaume In the department of La Sartbc To this gentleman oc curred tho happy thought at the time of the war with Germany that as there wore 40000 conscripts most of them somewhat Illiterate In the camp of Coiillo lie mlglitagwell sell tuein cards IIejdilltures of cannons and shells quickly cleared out his stock and responded to tIm continuing demand by issuing a hlchlsoldiersmight have taken part Westmlnstcrj Gazette The Leopard tintS the Kid To illustrate how perfectly he had tho animal under control Professor niich ot Berlin ot1celput alive kid fn the cage wihia Icbpanl Then th professor fixed his glittering eye on the savage beiist and willed that hi should remain quiescent ThWel was something Mrpng with the thought transference for the leopard Immedi ately changed his spots anti sopkl the kid A bloat a growl nruln crunch and the Illustration was ruined Milk and Urlicht DlKonfte A physician suffering with Bflghts disease anil weighing l151 pounds hegain to restrict himself exclusholy to a milk diet taking one quart at enclf meal pr three quarts daily Soon no traces Of his former ailment was perceptible lie gained thirty pounds In tcsH and this notwithstanding cons mt attention to pVofcs ionttl duties both lily anil nlglit Chicago sews Ait Ujcpcrlcncctl Opinion Father Ugughtur Algernon Ypn Spook uauts to marry Oti IJnpher- rWhtt Thjrtt nmn Why papa wouldnt hue him He ha nt any jehie Father Of course not of coujse notf Von dont suppose he jvould be wantlns to got married If he hud d- OoUV Ptrolt 1rc Press a 7 PREEMPTED BY BIRDS Ibe Xoiiaico lInt Oi0 Bird KfcTt In The Gulf ofMcxlco shxtyOvedillisling sun rise half u dozen barren sand liars from thoxqulslte tujquolsebluc Wnters Onef these Garden key Is a government fort amid coaling another isthe Loggerhead hey fitnUonII CentrnlAlllCrlaveXVhen tile great sea turtles crawl Owalone Blnl key Is preempted by MuJ birds U would be hard to Hud V more desolate otlIsolated region Though the climate Is warm throughout the year It Is not until May that the feathered hosts arrive from tile far pouth at this study rendezvous In the van conic the noddies a few ahoit he 1st of May and the rest within a few days A week later the sooty torua pour In and Jtls said that within a vek orb lr arrival both kinds begin to lay piVt the time of our coming nearly all the birds hail eggs nnd wen devoting themselves to their family cares To peach the buildings from the llttl Utndlng place we had to pass through a Inict of bushes and here It wns that I saw tkViilrst nests of the noddles Up oibthe tops orJn tile forks of the bush es each pair hurl built n rather rude yet fnlrly stitetantlal platform of sticks only slightly bpllowed and upon each one sat a dark gray bird There wns something about these graceful little creatures that Instantly took me by storm n case of love at first sight The noddy Js very much like n dove exi fipt for Its webbed feetIn size inform in the softness of its plumage tho expression of Its large dark eyes zd ItSj gentle confiding ways There Is no jyild affright as the stranger ap inroachOs Just a shadow ef earls evi dent bnt the birds sit quietly oii their nests hoping and trusting nntido not IW unless approached almost within atOms Breach Then they tilt gently ajiyay nllslitlng upon a neighborln- g bush until the Intruder has withdrawn when they return directly to thel charge It seemed remarkable to find birds tio perfectly tame Outing IiPITH AND POINT V When a friend tcjls you of his wrongs lie wants sympathy and not an argu lent Before n mans first baby Js a week 61d he knows more than be had evoi drojnmod about SpeCking of secret sorrows It is 1 good plan to keep them so as telllnj Only multiplies them When a man wants to give you ad ijice tau cant Jose anything by listen Jiig lint you will mike an cnemb y Irjof using A man occasionally breaks even jWhcn it conies to wall paper the wif jdoes the picking and thehusband doeis the kicking upIeasier by the time the age conies fot taking a nap in a chair Atchison Globe Trained Tortole Jnjnhcsc and Korean siipwmeii IIr addition to their skill as jugglers am acrobats display a truly marvelous skill in tOuching animals tricksq They not only exhibit educatet bears spar Ielsi monkeys and goats but plso train ed tunis aiid nhat lil the more astou Ishijig of all trick fish Oijo of the most curious examples oi patient training Is an exhibit by an old Korean boatman of a dozen tortoises Directed by his songs and a tynaH metal drum they march in UnciCXlute various evolutions and conclude by climbing upon a low table the larger ones forming of their own occbrd a bridge for the smaller tot AvhJch the feat would otherwise be Im possible When they have all mounted tkqy dispose themseves Jn three or Tour plIes like so niuiiu plates The Study of Nature l confess I have not much sympathy wljth the laboratory study of nature ex cept for economical purposes Nature under the dissecting knife and the inl crscopc yields 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