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I c mtrNw1TI-I + i J Xrt t Id a New SeriesVol XI No 77 SPRING IELD WASHINGTON OOUFTY K RNTTJGKY J JULY14 1904 y rJlj C YEAE I 5jz r J nOI EMBALMERSFi S Co Jt Carry itr tock alt kinO of Fanera f supplies PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY 4S SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south cist of i ezin ton S9 miles from Louisville on Bardstown branch ol- Ttbulsville and Nashville railroad in 1 farming and agricultural district 3 wo Banks telegraph and telephorie tines express office flour mills lumberyards i Popuation 1100 population of iI county 1S00- 0Representative in Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenville Ky o Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke 44S Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Directory CIRCUIT COURT f Circuft Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Oct b2r v RT Durham Commonwealth Attorney KM Campbell Clerk eLeachman Master Commiss oner QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third- idonday irfeacJi month B I Iiitsey Judge CQUNTY COURT County d Irt meets on the fourth Monday in etch mouth J LLitseyJudge gF Booker Counjty Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney t t George Catlett Jaijer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham JHidney 2R Osborne DepuUcs Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor L L Royalty Assessor iwA TPOBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner j W Bash Snpt of Common Schools P Oi Springfield ctTY7 RTtIJamesRNoev Police Judge Ji hn Grass Mirshil W F Grigsby City Attorney J1 JUSTICE COURT b justice Courts are held in January April July and October = tr = iiChurch Directory METHODIST CHIJRCH a Rev J i Ward Pastor Services nth First and Third Sundays in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting jeverx Wednesday night i CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Henne sLY Pastor Ser Viccsrevcry Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rcvv Felix Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday in each month t t V PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D L timer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am1 5and at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting r every Thursday evenine at 7 oclock Fraternal Ordeas MASONIC LODGE SOTlncfleid lodge No SO meets first and third Mouday in each mouth Was un toI1R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council flo52 meets on Severvlott Monday r KNIGHTS of TIIE M ACAQKES Meets V eft fvv in each mon iit i ct It ss sssssssssssis f AMERICAN T1 SILVER n L TRUSS I iwhcetPtI pr Zziy 0 pr 1CO1 jKonnderstraps NtTcvei s- SI CfOE ale ly O1fla on Dce LAXATIVEHoncy and Tar iis 4tiexiginalLix t fee uth cure Itiis the bcsUxatiye cough syrupmad 4 n eerLaxative Honey and T r con tain the untueptic healine soothing I i id strepcthening properties of the t JNativePinet cinibiced with other In e rMiecU in i laxaiive syrup made f ro 11pirer eo fM awl tr fthens akJungF WbC May40 ErnIy Risers I WnnWi oo mwromwro A Of J IVELY CONTEST The COn test for the Judgeship of this district made vacant by the death of Judge Patteson pro mises toj develop into a lively scramble It the first place it is up tp tie Governor to appoint a man to fill the position until an electiojn canbeheld and ire understand that there are nearly a dozen applicants for the ap pointment The appointment however will not amount to much except that it will give the appointee a good start in case he wishes to stand for electron which is probable Tile election to fill out the unexpired term pf Judge Patteson will be held in November or on the regular Presidential election day so that the man appointed now will have only a short time to serve and enjoy tne emoluments of the office It is now almost certain that Washington county will furnish at least pnecandidate for the Democratic nomination for the office and from the pre sent outlook he should win win easily Marion county is expected to furnish from one to half dozen candidates and doubt less the other two counties in IroJIljTi1enuke the nomination and have the election and Some tall hustling may be looked for among the aspirants for the honor iI IXX NCERTAiN The race has them to the outcome in this scramble for comity offices is the assessors race One may get ahline on the other contests anL have some kind of an opinion at least but in this assessors race it is all guess work to pick the winner There are six candidates from which an assessor and a deputy are tobe chosen The manner of choosing the nominees is rather peculiar The candidates are to be voted for all over the county alike but the county is tp be divided into twp districts northern and southern district The candidate receiving the greatest number of votes and living in a certain district will be the nominee for assessor and the one the next high est number of votes and living in the other district will be fhe deputy assessor The vqte of the county will thus be so divid ed that it will be a hard matter to make a as to the- o tcomeI 0 1m field Graced School for the next term Has been made up and is as follows Prof George Colvin Mr a W Stallings Misses Jennie Redding Ella Duncan Emma Nunan and Sallie CarrP Miss Bettie Irvine will be the mUsic teacher The new school building will be finished and equipped by the time for tihe opening of the term in and it willr be second to none and The enroll ment of pupils promises to be large and besides the children in this district it is expected that the will be greatly increased bythe addition of a large num6er of pupils frorna distance who will come here to take of the good school facilities 1m BACKERS ngton County Teach r ers Institute will be le1d at tile new Gr idqd School this place during the weekr begin nng July 25th All teachers of the county who are Tor the are required tp attend the Institute A com petent instructor will be on hand and an program has been arranged The teachers institute is of great benefit to teachers and those to tsach aiid it should be well attended County J W push will as usual bejip charge of affairs 4 ts ROUND TALK allguessin thatI receiving predictions IEACHERSThe PrincipaljV thoroughly September inconvenience completeness exceptionally attendance advantage INSTITUTErhe- Wasb building employed JIlingsessions interesting expecting Superintendent ETTLED ITTwo candi date for the nomination for assessor have at least done their part towards simplifying e55cJ9 MW matters in that race MessW Blake Arnold and W H Wright bejng both from the same dis tiich Mackvillef decided to sub mit their claims to the Voters of their home precinct as to who twas the stronger candidate Accordingly private poll of the voters of the precinct was made and it was found that Mr Arnold had tile largest following 16av1ingIackvillqIiswould be much better if other candidates in that race could come to some suchagreement 1 IJcircut y1Lewis Greensburghaving d by the Greensburg bar to fill the position when Judge Patteson was found to be too ill to pre side Greensburg is Mr Lewis highinpeople of that county It AYES Mr T scottiiJayes has returned the National Democratic conVen llrrerbadgeana success this fall He says that it was a great gathering and there was no lack ofenthusiasm He says that Judge Parkers an nouncement of his views on the money question after he had been nominat oldIstroke but met wiwi time ap proval of the conyeni6ft F f it X JIOOD0 account of the Jaie severe frostsi this spring there Jsa gocd peach crop in Washington coun ty this year Mtliough thous ands of fruit trees are planted by the farmers V3u this county every yedr this is not considered a good fruit raising couuty fcr the reason perhaps that the people become careless about caving for their orchards When a good fruit year comes around however the yield of peaches and apples partially repays the farmers for their outlay hi trees Some very fine early peaches have been brought to market so far and it is said that the late crop also promises a good yield ei lhIiugmail route which goes out of Mackville are wonderfully pleased with th6 new facilities afforded The route cpvers a territory which has hitherto been suffering from the inconvenience of being a long distance from a postoffice4 A change has been made in the star route mail from Springfield to Mack vill j also the wagon leaving this place early 4n the morning in stead of in the afternoon iiii or der to connect with the R F D carrier The R F D is a grow- ingi and popular institution BrnlallY Tortorefl A case came to light that for persistent arid unmarciful torture has perhaps never bum ebualel Jqe Golobick of Colu sa Cal1 writes For35 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing re lieved me though l tried every thing known I came across El ectric Bitters andiVs the greatest medicine on earth foi that trouble A few bottles of it comb melJustdebility Oily 50c Satisfaction guaran teed by C J liaydon druggist Notice To The Pnblfc hatmyson21 years of age is npt amember of my household and is not au thorized to purchase anything on my account or to bind me in any way for any sum and Twill not pay debts or contracts made by him and thos6 dealing with him must look alone tobim for fulfillment their contracts v JOHN RILEY u234t Lebanon Locals From The Falcon Lebanons second base ball team went to Springfield Jfsd hesday and defeated the first nine of that CIty by a score of 3 to 2 A challenge has been made by the second to play the first nine of Lebanon but as yet no agreement has been reached r The big Holiness camp meeting which takes place annually near Alicotof begins today and will continue ten days This was the first holiness camp meeting organized in the State and brings together thousands of people Sam Jones George tuart and other notei divines are expected Bardstowns base ball team came here Monday and defeated the Lebanon team by a score of i2 to 2 Notwithstanding the fact that several imported play ers gave our team assistance it seemed that everything hap pened to their disadvantage and this joined with the superior playing of the visiting team made our boys easy victims The scramble for the appointment as successor of Judge Pat teon is on in earnest We have it from a reliable souice that two applicants have gone to St Louis to interview Gov Beck ham in regard to thematter A special election will be called for November to fillthe vacancy and from the IndICations several can ThejGovernortcrsrrve until that time Safr uard the Childr Notwithstanding all that iis done by boards of health and charitably in clined persons the death rate among children is very high during the hot weather of the summer months in the illarge cities There is not probably on pane ofbovcii complaint in a hundred however that could nob be cured bItimely ue of Chamberlains Cone pholora and Diarrhoea Remedy FoISalcfby C J Haydon H GEORGE COCASOUGHEU 1j thelltheThen It Rained All towns have Miockers but it was evident at Hoods Park last Monday that if any of the Lebanon base bally team longed to that class they wore sadly out of practice The Bardstown aggregation of ball tossers assisted by George Col springIGeld UhestPr Phillips and Bob Jleayer into camp and what the former club accomplished was enough to send the deep dyed rooters of Lebanon totbae tall uncutf rom the start to finish and the story is easily told in the scre 12 to 3 George Colviu pitched a great game and the Lebanon batters couldnt connect with his curves1 and when they did it was itnpbs sible to get the ball past Bards towns star shortstop Ernest gamidr2ggedt our enthusiasts However Brown who pitched for Lebaj hon did weland nearly ell of Bardstowns 12 scores were rotde on errors Lebanon was very contident of winning and before the game was called very few if any of the Bardst wn rooters thoughfof carrying off the victory II they hade what a killing they eouldhave wade but perhaps they were troubled by recollections c f the past The day was an ideal one for a bjili game thdsun remaining behind thq clouds and a few minttes after the game vas over the rain fell in torrents One of the largest crowds evar seen at theI prfrk witnessed the gume and promoters were a few dollars to the good Lebanon Enterprise FOnY5KIDfiIYCUR isKIdss H4I 11ddw l1t Had to Sight Them A farmer living near Gulhrie Ky employed a family of Swedes who had lately come to this CJVfltry towork on his farm These people could not speak a word of Erglish and the contract was made through an agent After they had been installed in their new quarters the farmer took the man and his two sons to the Held to lipe corr When the roon hour arrived the a ers wife rand the bell for mll Jiands to come to dinner but the Swedes worked on Then she blew a horn long and loud but the Swedes worked on She sent one of hey bovs to tell them dinner was ready but the Swedes could not understand and lkept on working Finally she sent the boy back with a biscuit on one han4 and a slice of ham iin the other This had the desired effect for as soon as they saw tne food and the boy poiiTtingto the house they dropped their hoes and made a breaR for the form house After this iit was only necessary for one of the farmers children to appear in in the field with a cold biscuit when the Swedes would drop everything and start for the house i When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets Per sale by C lHapdol Increase in School Per Capita It is thatreported Superintent dent of Publiclnstruetion Fuqua says the per capita of the schools of the State this year will be be tween325 and 350 which willr be a big increase Las year the per capita was 254 and a jump to 325 or more viIl b6 quite alarge increase It will mean a handsomeaddition to the pay of the county teachers whose reDuraeration is by no means what it should be IL MIILWAN f be Reeclpt for Kissing t f sToadd a little mocnlight take for tointosoft hand Sift sHghtlr two ounces of attraction one of romance add a large measure of folly stir in a floating ruffle andC one or two whispers DissOlve a half a dozen glances iina ClIOr1l silence dust a small quantity of hesitation tone ounce of resist ance two of yielding a kiss on a Hushed cheek ov two on two lipsc flavor with a slight scream and set aside to Cool This will suc ceed in an climate directions i are fullowqd t Vnblic Sale If not sOd privately before IJ will on L MONDAY J ULY 25 19G4j t at time Cdurt house door in Spring fielu Ky offer for elo the highest bidder the farm for mery OWl d by Dr H H Hord deceased Situated on the Spring field and Lincoln Run turplke 2 miles fp m Sprinsfieid Said farm contains 15Q acres all in grass but 35 acres has on it a fair dwelling two new barns three never failing wjells and all necessary outbui1ding and Would maIn a fine dairy farm Termsmade known on day ofI sale JOHN W H0RD Work1ll nI Niiht andDay The busiest and mightiest lit tiothinJEr tfiat ever was made isI Dr Kinds New Life P1l1sI These pils change wtakness into strength hstlessness intn energy bram fag into mental power Theyre wonderful m building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by C J Haydon Druggist Macfcyille H Walter Foley sold combinedl 5 yearold horse to Si GMackin Lebanon at 125 LOUiSjville COrniShJvlllesf in our vicinity recently ihi 1wasinterest of insurance a Brown of Mercer county 1Vbought of different parties a number of good mare muje colts at an average of 75each Misses Bessie Rose and Ethelr CleIbndo Park villeI were the pleasant guests off Misses Maggie and Sue Rose last week Reqben Bottom sold a cow and calf to Jesby Hickerson atI 35 Misses Nora Coffee and Kate Carsonof Liberty Casey county were time charming visitors wilh the family of Willis Bottom lastt week VYRHatchett bought two yearold coltf of S R Naliy of Wanton at Lb6O and fiplit it to Dave Matherly at J05 c No Pily Shown For years fate was after me bontinually writes t A Gullege Verbena AlaItI had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumor When all failed Bucks Arnica gooaIpains Only 25c at C J Hay on s DrugtoreS i 1AllI IIDrnfisls asktbo readers of this paper vhoard suffering jvith indigestion or dyspepsia to call on them at once and geta bottle ofKotJol Dyspepsia Cure If yoji knew the value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer an other day Kodol Dyspepsia pare is a thorough digestant ifssuebuilding tonic as well It is endorsed person d1y by hundreds of people whon it has cured of intigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you tat It plcs ant palatable and alreiigthe ing SoIdI by all druggists Origin of Me Too1 All sorts of origins have been g venfor the II Me Too story but it was fprung first in the fashi4nable centrall New York summer resort and this was the manner of its springingi Mrs Olive Elwood counted the brightest woman iinr Otsego 10re1Coop fcction from the United States senatb because Garfield insisted onnairing a man distasteful to Conkjlin as collector of the port 1 New York Then Mrs El wood read bow Senator Thomas C Platt had follpwed j1heov6r shadpwing figure of Conkiin out of the sedate As the woman read a great hulking Indian pjissed the gate He was loT lowed by an undersized squaw Baskets to sell howled tne brave Me too meekly echoed toe squaw Mrs Elwood turned like a nash to a frjend That squaws Tom Pattj1Itsle said and Me Tnrk Plntf lio has been ito this day This reminiscence has been re vived bytthe death last Week of Mrs Elwood Pittsburg Dis patch Closed Dp As shown by the lletter of Mr M F Jchnson Superintendent Ayers You can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor t9 restore color to your gray hair every time Follow directions and itnever fails to do this work It stops Hair Vigor fallingoftliehaiiaISO Therfs great satisfaction in knowing you are not going td be disap pointed Isnt that so ivhfttf4 itniflitwag about wlllte It took Jun one bnUle If Avefi hair VIgor to restore it to Us fonner dark rlcb color your Jlatr Vigor eertalt11d1w I what yilu claim tilt ItA I 1oaoAK1Lock1ugban i C r III for 3 a co Lowell Mnt Fading Hair i of the Kentucky Horticultural displayj at the St Louis Worlds Fairy the display has been sold out and the department closed up In the absences of any iex planation or reason for this ac tion the course of the Kentucky Commissioners seemsarl outrage pot the frtrit industry of the State This action is not alto igetbera surprise howeveJv in view of some earlier Incidents in the management of1 Kentucky pel1jiogofmissioners practically abolished the office of Superintendent of the Agricultural Department and eliminating that display oJ Kentuckys products A credit able dispjay hadbeen secured All this labor and expense nowi goes for nothing o tar as exhiI biting to the wprld Kentuckys fafmtaud orchard products Mr Johnsons let lt indicates that ttlleIruit display wnsimply gp6 blesl up and old to pay the ei penses of extravagant social fvnctions and bllowoutsattfiet TCen3uc1y building Fron a farmers standpoint it was sup pcsed that the hundred thousand dollars appropriated from the taxes paid by the people was to exhibit Kentuckys material re sources from field orchard andS mine We do not feel thai tucks hospitality orsocial standing is especially on trial Those features are weft established and known to the world If Ken- I tuckyrf agricultural and horticul tural exhibits can b4 sacrificed oo the altar of sociall Junctions orilyr may it not be possible that her live stock exhibits rnaygo the same way We hope the Kentucky CommisSijoners may have some satisfactorjy explana lion io relieye the conclusion necessarily drawn from i the in formation given inMr Jofinsohs letter Farmers HcilieSournal 1CoreHI BnWs tease MiR O Burke Elnont N Y writes Before I started tq use Fo tleys Kidney Cure I hall to get up from twelve to 1 venty times aj night and I was all bloated up witb1 dropsy aud my eyesight was so impaired I could ftmilyacsQSSthe ing vvhena friend recommended Fo leys Kikney Cure bhje 50c bottle worked wonders and lefor I had taken the third bottle thje dropsy had gone as well as all other Symptoms of Brigfits disease SoIdby Wood Campbell 4 Pineules iis the name f a uew discovery put up in a new wja y acartain cure for all Kidney and Bladder trou bles Rhcuroatirin Lumbago etc You are re9uested to call at Out store and let us show you Pineales derived from Ihe pinesSold by Haydoqs Pharmacy t r Ipst Rats E1erlgde to Jh4 Soil wfit VIa tile EociMafltFrisco YSll1k getteadyandlowest rale ever made tto Arkan sas Texas and Indian andOklal homa Territories Tickets pn sate from Memphis St Louis and Chicago Februarj I6th March 1st and 13th and April 5tbafld 19th lUonyour near est agentoracldressH District Passenger Agen Oincinnaii Ohio Curious rrekC- oLuimus 0 SpeulaIts- a i freak said the proprietor of an E Town st bd and dpg stpte wl1ig is in the busings almost as much from his love for f animals as in the ncpof prptit It slpuldnever havd been born The animal is a well jleyelpped specimen of coach dog Save for tie head which is that dlt a hog Someone discovered the animal somewhere nQijtn of Columbu It is now about three months old Tho body Distinctly marked with the blaclcand white spots pf a cpacftdpg The hair is shprt as that pf 1f1 p ise and almpsfeas tine At tbneck begins the change and tb bristly sandy han stands up hike a brus The nose id vl Jng the eyes small with stubby lasheIandt- he bed entirelyt ttbat of tfashprnt When it reached the store itisas puny and sickly Since then itt has developed rapidly MauZan Is certaiaiy a peeiIcfoi r Piles This nsw dUcoyerjf i tpbcoilips ble tOe with aoaze o applied where Most iiefdedilltQjw the pain instantly ad cures Sold byUa3 dons Pharmacy f 1 Thf Wayis Jtori trAn exchange very trutjifiiiljy tsaya The man who hahd1 1 the local department of a jiwti paper learnsftedue experie not fo expect very many thank for a column of pleasant thing but he knows nas surely as com the seasons that a single linel isunintentiona1mkkes b1 heard Alsp that when he hfi made pleasanttIDntiQn999 timfe of some perscn place orlhibuttbn u el0CO time fails to- sOhemustnotexpct toiei4r 1 given The omissioq may baJN been froni accident inadvertenbi or even an entire lack of know edgeit matters not Thatd jple fact remains tthat he dUC judged on that BJa may s gppdythings abpu spme businc man for weeks butletliimmar sornemitake and the tdd thin ai1lrnare forgotten nci that rna business is denie him ttDB tft Umot Be Gnrtj by loial applications as1 they ctfMnt rea h the diseased portion of the ca re is OnLy one way to cure dc ITb a and that ibx Constitutiouaiaei eSijs Deafness iikqamsed byti ii flai zed condition of the niibusjjujnlof be Eustachian Tunic When ta tut e is inflamed 3 ou have a rutnlAfn sou nd or f 1prfecthedng anIwhe it is entlreJy closed Deafnesses thi res lit aniunleis the laflamaUotf ca be aken out and this tube restored Its normal condition hearing will b destroyed forever nine cases out tej are aused by Oatarrb which i npthingibat an inflamed ondiono the mucous surfacesS7e will give One Handred Dollar for anycase of Deafness caMsed tb cai ifrhj that cannot be cured by Halt C focjcircularstfrciiJ t Sfld bydrugghuts 75c Take Halli Family Pius for constipation I CIiiii1or1iis s Cotic ch ali titir I liiairtoea Rcfflcdyi7 1 neeciFdinmciHs verl Itcan always be depend ed ispbn even In tho most Bevere ai id dangerous cases It iis espec1l1yi ya It aable for summer disorders IH ch dr4it is plewarit to take and flev r fail to ivepromptrctiefeWhy n it tujit now It may save life For stkI by C j Haydon l Kcitucky Purses Jbhn Gilroer Speed represent ing the insular departmentpf tie Unite States Government hiiS beein inpentrt Kcutfcky Jrsa erall weeks purchasing hors whctt the government wille pottot the t Philippines sVt a view to improving the Mock it those islands Before cowing 6 Lexington Mr Speed bought a numbrof horseci in the nbrther a States Alter purchasing abPi 4 fifty mares and three stallions nr Payetfe and adlpinirig countiei Mr Speed left for Missdui s where he will make other chassKentucky v Farm Brest Cr D IOn illIeioak Dt 1iTj Peter Fry Woodruff Pa wrIt Aft r doctadnf for two ycarawi k the best physicians in Whayncabu s and still getting worse the dbctpj a advised nie It Ihad apy business p attend to I had better attend to Ut oncers Icould not possibly live a othermqatb as there was BO Cure f r me if oleys Ktdniy Cure was recoa mendied to me by AfrieBd andJiiim sentnysoi tcj1hcfoce f rit aid after ialcing thre bottli I began o get better and cofltiriuedtpt Impro e untif llwaS entirely well Boldly Wood CawpDell v Thi pill tha wniiVjrill NilJ the jbiU Withottta giipeIToc1anse the1verwithuaqniv J rakolt e at nifht i DeWitts Ijittle EftrlT1 Risers small easy to take easiy a eute effect yet they are 6cerUIn in suits that no one whovMf tMiilij disappolated For quick r lif ftu biliousness sick heftdfeche ift flyer jaundice dizzlaeis a A trouble arising fjrogi an litaCtl slugffiBh iHver EtrJy Risers are lUalcd Sold by all drug1ta- J Kentucky I2Ir Df ft Danville Aug 33 dayir Kirlcsyillc Tuy 152 days Crab Orchard July 273 days HarrpdbHrg Atiif UTI days- Eawreaeeburg Aig 164aa- Sbe hjk t tiig 236 he1bylkAiig 234 klsys sprtDtteId Ai 1 231 daya tSoner Atg liO4c1atat NickcaYillel tA1ICo 3Qa Flo4ec i AuCl1tda1 Glgow Aug 314 day t9Dt8epL6t II t1 ri 21 Ay A 4aP r r iJl tJtt THE NEWSLEADERrOB- UNHCD J JEVKKY THUMDA- Y4lA J f Y1AR IN ADVANbE i SPRINGFIELD KY S L DAVISON JrJ X 1Ii1 SLtsJK =I1S4IS otlccs 10 CIRts per f tAo sr JCIa RtlnHrt1QB CeIc e4 cBtll4atelud political matter ctCuF rHH i4o1 twk Is done at low rates but cash i ust fee paid delivery of goods JtfcrerttslHfr csBtracts made it rw oDlIberall OMtwkrfec and resolutions of eats p r line XouxrJDNTS iciity awaKJjtratsuu 250 500C unty QJer Distriet Oces 11 4rRURSDAY JULY 14 1904 c We are authorized announce i3LITSEY rr asa candidate for reelection to the office of County Judge of ishington countysubject tn the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 We are authorized to Announce BYRON CROAKB as a carididatefor the officeof County VJudjfe of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic pri iaryAngust 6 1904 We are authorized to announce r t T SCQTT MATES reelection to the Iasa candidate for office of Couftty Attorney of Washing ton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August6 We are authorized to announce W F BOOKER as cannidate for reelection to the officeof County Clerk subject to the t ation of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 We are authorized to announce the I iaamtof GEORGE D PARROTT is a candidate for the office of Sheriff Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party EIectien November 1905 C We are authorized to announce J S OSBOURNE a a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington county If elected H B Powell Ed Masters Sam Anderson anlI Herbert Eddlenmn will bo his deputies Subject to the action of the Democratic primary August Cth We are authorized to announce FRANK KEEN v candidate for the office of Sheriff Of Washington county subject to tie ation of the Democratic primary j August 6j 1904 If elected his depu ties will be R H MulHcan Henry Hilton George Cocanougher and Goree Bowen We are authorized to announce D CATLETT atGEORGEala candidate for reelection to the ffi6 of Jailer of Washington county abject to the action or the Demo cratic primary AngustOth 1904 We are authorized announce T P OBRYAN ai a candidate for the Qffice of Asses sorof Washington county subject tc the action of the Democratic primary August 1904 Your support re spectfully solicited We are authorized announce W DCLAYBROOKE Itaa candidate for Represeutatiire in tuelower house of the Kentucky Leg islature frcm Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary A ugu8t 6th I904 We are authorized to announc W S Y GO6DLETT as a candidate for the office of Repre sentative in the lower house of the KentuckyLegislature from Washing ton county subject to tile action of the Democratic primary AugustG J We are authorized to announce MISS ELLA D SHAUNTT as a candidate forthe office of Supqr intendent of Public Schools of Washington county subject to the action SJ of the Democratic primary August 0 1904 We are authorized to announce j W BUSH a a candidate for reelection to tl e omce of Superintendent of Publc Schools of Washington cpunty sul ject to the aciion of the Democratc prImary August fit 1904 In the rush of political and other newsmatter close at home 1 we must not forget that the war of s still goes on A dispatch reach ing St Petersburg from a Rus sian cprresj pndent at Mukden says the Japanese attacked Rus sian positions near Port Arthur evrt thenignt of July l1and were lreplljJjl wyth enormous loss The disPatch says the Japanese lost not lessthan 80000 killed or wounded by the explosion of Russian mines The story not confirmed Admiral Togo reports id Tokio that his torpedo boats atUlcked the Russian guard ship at PoitArthurithe night L Jr of Tu1y11 but theresult has not iP been ascertained beyond the I cttttiat the torpedoboats re tintact Reports from the fnd operations indicate that the Russian forces are still re treating and that the Japanese will occupy New Cwhang at an early date f Ii The Democrats have named their ticket At the Stto Louis I convention Judge Alton B Parker was nominated forPresident Judge Parker who had been silent up to that time on the financial question created a sen sation by telegraphing to the convention after the nomination that he stood for the gold standard ancl would accept the nomii nation with that understandihg i For Vice President the convene tion nominated ExSenator Henry Davisi of WtYirgini who is eightyone years olda IlilI lionaire and a railroad magnate The ticket is regarded as one made up to please Wall Street and the moneyed powers of the East They have an original way up hi the mountains of settling dif ferences between candidates In the Eleventh Congressional dis trict by a vote of 53 to 25 the teachers of Laurel county de cided that D 0 Edwards shoulu l make the race for the Republi can nomatiif for Congress agaistJk Hunt i Capt Ed Parker accepted the result and will make speeches for Edwards J j Jensonfon Capt Museni and wife and J LRawlings and wife of Perry yUle were the gusts of J w Isham celebrating the 4lh 6uesg they had a good time for they usually do when they meef They are all well posted men on jokes Rev Elliott Summers will assist the Beech Grove church anl pastorin a protracted meet ing begicnjifg tthe night Cf July 18th Mr WiS Y Gobdiett candidate for Representative was in our community last week Mr Charlie Coyle received same lambsatl this place Friday Iqtoo C A gooil rain Vfonday Gcitn crops are lodkfrig good in this secionI A Ja Grain bought of J H Isham a nice Jersey roy and calf Saturday Sne iis for sale The bacUbrry crop is very good here selling at 20c a bucket Wheat has been harvested and the crop is short in this section Mr roe Hagan and Miss Dora Elliptt were married at Rev Ry L Purdoms atLTexas Suuday evening ahl left Monday fur Lebanon to spenda few Jays with relatiyes t rilhsbrs MisseV Lulaand May Colviri and Mai tie Brown have rccpver edfrom the measles I Rev JA Sims has been quite sickl for the last JesvdaysT Bo n tp tHe wife of Sam Black erby on the9lh a 10 lb girj Mr Walker of Mackville is painting John Mcllvoys house this week Misses Cora Trent of Spring field and Ophelia Yates of Louis villeare the charming guests of Mrs S1f Crume 11isee thee Viilisburg belles Sun day afternoon Dr DeBaun of Potomac Dr Stoyall of Gracon Misses Lula Merritt Oha Yaics Dr Yates of Louisvilloiind Mamie Merritpen Sundalatfatham Spring Prot C W Boll and wife of ETarrodsburg spent last week at the home of WS Gibbs Our popular candidate for Superintendent J W Bush wjtlS in our midst last week Mrs J NCull of Kirkwood and Mrs Kent Rogprs of Fen wick spent last we k with Jheir parents at this place r Austin Cbeathap has returned r home from DeKalb III Dr Barnett lf Mackvillo paid our town a call last week Mrs1 Lea fuller of Wood lawn spent Sunday with Dr S M Crume n Miss Momi7e Merrill received a painful burn on her right hand Monday while lifting a kettle from the stoye IALES litbPtJ1W fii NHWHWWH WiIn untyIig r- I t as Reported by our Correspondents IV rIIV fPFA n n ynr tnrr nmn9oo Cc PuIIiam R C Pinkston bought a farm from Morris Cheathnm for 2600 Possession Christmas and sold a farm to W E Foster for 1200 Mrs Dea Sparrow visited the home of Mr Georg Coulter Sunday t ffIhall will soon be completed at this place Moland Shields bought up lambs here last week at oc also a lot ot hogs at 4ic Rev Summers filled his regu lar appointment at Rockbridj last Sunday evening well1throughot are higher than they have been for several years Mr James Black of VanBuren was in our midst last week We expect to be connected with the telephone world soon The posts are on the ground and will be run from this place and connected theTatbam Springs line The fourteen year old son of Cioacre Terrell died July 9th Cause of death not krown The remains were interred in the home cemetery Fred Qrouph and family of near Sharpsville visited the home of Mr W NKeoling last week r Mrs Ed G off is on thesick list at this writing Marion Ryans and family visi ottllastWe have beenblessed with several good showers the past wy1c LincoJ Torr jll has moved his saw millfo Mr J9JinA1I Mayes pi ice S Robert and James Brown have returned from Louisville where they have been for some time Harrison Hatchett one of our young men has disappeared and his whereabouts are not known Pleassnt Grove Miss E izabnth Mae Gre bry entertained Wednesday evening in honor other charming visitor Miss Edith Curtis Miss Mary Agnes Thompson has returned to the Grove after a pleasant risit1to relatives in mackvilie atodHafrodsburg Mr Stanley Edwards of Per ryville is visiting his cousin Mr Nat Thompson- Mr James P Thompson has returned lhomq after a short stay at the MctJhord Jnfirraa y in L b3nonI Jim Moran and Jeff Goatley of Valley gilt w re here to attend the picnic Thur dayn V 7 Mis Roe Ijlbnlgon Cry of Leb andn was the guest of Misses Mabel and Bessie Thompson Thursday and Friday Mis Mabel returning with herr to spend a few days XMrsJNKelJy of Springfield is visiting her daughter Mrs W H Duncan Mr G A Dqhonoy and wife of Ieban0 n were over Thursday to attend the funeral cf Cecil Gibbs at Willisburg Mr J C Taylor whahas been recently promoted to a Veltcr position in the Railway Mail Service has sold his handsome residence to Mr LM Gregory price 3000 It has been rumored around that a matrimonial typhoon is about to esweep down upon Pleasant Grove Some of the knowit alls predict about six weddings by xmaS Miss Mary Agnes Thompson who has been visiting relatives hire for the past month has re turned to her home in Chicago IMiss Edith Clrtis who has been the charming guet of Iss Lizzie Mae Gregor for the past two weeks has returned to her home m Louisville Messrs Prentice Boblitt and Will Russell of Springfield hod quite a misforlune near here Sunday night As tbey wete aiming to give way lo a buggy which was coming in the oppo posit direction they ran off of all small bridge and wereoverturued Iinto a wirj fende The buggy was completely demolished aid L SICILIANHairRenewe f why not stop this falling of yourKair At this rafe you will soon fII Ibe without any hair JUsl remember that Halls Hair Renewer falling halt and makeslialr giow rrr wuLLl LL r the horse was slightly hurt but the boys escaped uninjured Politics are quiet in the Grove except for the Litsey boom Hes a winnersureThe given to the Pleas ant Grove Sunday school by Messrs Bruce and Henry Keene Ion last Thursday was quite a success and was largely attended from all pass of the county At 112 oclock dinner was sprcal in Mr Bruce Keenes yard and the eyes of Pleasant Grove ybung sters never before beheld such a feast After dinner was over severall of the young girls went wading and one was so unfortunate as to have one of her toeI almost severed by a piece orI glass which was hidden bene the sand This piece of glass was perhaps the remains of a bottle llong since cast intothe Beach by some old lover of the essence of corn Pleasant Hill SharpsvilleU almost brimful of measlesl Everybody oiSghtJ to be very careful and not spread the disease Mrs David Derringer spent last week vith her parents near Louisvilled i Miss Annie Royalty pnt V7edoesday night with Mr ajrd Mrs Valoise Royalty Mr Jasper Durr sold a rat ciw to Will Graham at 3ic per lb Little Ray Burkhead is vary a tfl t this writing and has been for a week We hope to see him at school soon j Miss Oaty Dennis visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs George Shirley last week Crops are looking very prO- mising in this community and if nothing prevents there will be good yield Gardens are looking 01 well and from all prospects the children can roast corn this winter tMr Lud Cornish complains of the muskrats cutting his corn down Hill The is by till It comes every Thurs day as as nray of sun light on a day Mabel anti were at the home ot N rss Mi D Reed and those who the the Beech from this were Mrs Emma Miss Sarah if and Imor gene dc4 j Iessrs James Jeff They a most time Mr Reed and wife visited near Maud Sat Mrs Ben Janos Was called to the cf ier lott who is quite ill of a of Mis Della the Irom Maud has horns alter a visit to her sister rsEd a 3 Mr and Mw Ct L Grove jt m this have a severe attack of dist m pet and one or two have been to die We hope this will not invade toe wliole on of work be done A rabid has been ray this for the past few days cattle have ben bitten Mudd has bitten and cow tp John has been killed on bi clogs have been bitten and the d hens of this and ad their ai these dogs may witn at any time We think it ro for the dlcg owners of the to ttheir dogs to then from any harm should ttiey be bitten A law to this effect would be a good thing at Miss one of most yourg ladies ie the visitor of- her aunt Mrs J L this week Mr Ruel Foster of your tovn was in bur midst after noon The many of v ere to hear of his death has scores of who will miss him in their Died cn last thej child of Mr arid Mrs This child had beer the light and joy of iits home until a few days before its God saw cause to call back the boon His love had g yen tThe were in terre it the ceme tery at 10 We cur to the l n and at this i wire sorry to hear of hjer death wick has lost an pop orable and citizen and we our to tie Mr JIW Bush was in our midst the many Voters He is a well known man COinpetetIfor him a never popu Miss was jujst ahead of her many ab eprimarrWefhntr ihntli nnnnnf hold tie1a SITnothingSIT TbeYe was a rain fll ecE E aa Wood 6 mpbeUm m THE m- S m PharmacistsMalnSt m Ii- WmWm mABBBBBValley NEWSLEADER Ipvod bright cloudy Blisses Sarah Tucker pleasant guests Friday SaturdayI Among attended picnicat bridge place Tucker huldren Tucker Louisville GoMly Moranand Goatley report enjoyable Thomas relatives urday andSunday hedsicle mother MrsI Tyler Saturday compliclEtticn diseases atthisvrbirifr Virgin popular visitor returred peaSant 3oatley Grundy visited reattvei 1htbp neighborhood Sunday Several hpres vicinity expected contagious pestlence Eeclipn account yeUto canine aging comnunity Several valuable Hycinth severalcalves a belonging Eimberliri colored account hydrophobia Several joining districts should beon gnarJ bestrickeu hydrophobia adsatj county muzzle prevent doing present Susie Edgerton Hillsibbrbs popular charmiDg Moran Sunday rends Judge Charles 1Patteson greatly shocked sudden Judge Pajteson friends greatly business careerI Sunday morning infaijt Charles Marksbury deaihVwpen remains Springfield Monday oclock extend heartfelt sympathy bereay parents Them mend relatives plaeeofMrs Cynthia Kelly JFeri Christian extend sympathy sorrowing family Monday seeking failing larity Sbaunty hinvjwith general LEADING Spe last Friday wHich was very much needed The pld saying that jt does pot rain at night in July has badly surplYbiLdwhich we were an eyewitness UxO iaIIianiSprings r Elisha Vhite sold 8 hogs ito Mr Shields Prce unknown John W Satterlj sold a bunch of sheep to Mr Sum Hood fur 850 apiece The exhibition at Fairview sfthoolhouse Jast Friday night was a good one and a large crowd attended Mr Wesly Gpff of Fairview ha thV misfortune to slick a nail in biti Jeet one going clear through ius foot Mr Ivan Keeling is teaching tie school at this place This Is hi second term here Miss Annie Wells who is stay Moorfslvilleplace Sunday HogTchofera is raging in this community and quite a number of hogs have died Mr Levi Satterly wife and daughter Ethel and Miss Paralee Royalty visited Squirt Royalty and wife Sunday Elijiha White is on lhesicklis There iis a crowd ffidhersl camped on the river fishing They have been hero almost a week Hard that town jblks may corp and flsh wkien we people that live hefeare not allowed to fish isnt it f Meeting will be here the third Sunday in this month instead of OUIIpastor JIWhen Lilicus take Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by lee 1 Bapdon W rr c Sole Agents for OldHickory 00 and Studebaker 14 agons J Headquarters fARbt Quantity Carload i McctUR j lttJ t I DEALERS INV I Buggies Implements Grain aM Fielde d3 J j jtJ kI WQitfndieBuggicVSntey8S C rite oi all graces to smtj the purchaser Agents fOr tJheSyrabuse Hillside Plow Call and examine our extensive line of Harness GdJarSy 00 Work Gear juggy Robes and Horse Bhmtets SEEDOATS Gasii PSiidfor 00 HIDES and FUfiS 1 Commissioners Sale James H Burps adinr c Pit yEqMyDeliaBy yirtaa of a judgment and order of sale of the Wa blngton circuit court rendered attbe May term thereof 1904 in cbe above cause I shall proceed to offer for gale at the Court House deor in S ringtield Ky ON MONDAY JUtY 25 1904 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of and 12 months the following de scribed property towit Beginning at a point on the Willisburg and Chaplin turnpike road to COrner to James Scott thence with his line as follows S 40 w 895 poles to a stake in a drain as it meanders S 36J w 225 poles tiience S j5 w 852 poles drain thence down and with said S 52 w 1108 poles to a beech onside Of thediain corner to said lhence S d4itw 18J poles thence with said Spotts line S 3H E 21 poles to a stake on the ridge- S ctl thence upthe hill running suSg on a ran h corner to Prjither and Yocum thence ih ncoS 29 E 22t poles to a JcfWn and with the mOanders of sane S 391w OJ poles S 54i w 3 l 5 poles S 2z t w 3t pules S 3Ui w 7 poles S 31 w5 poles b 45 w Hi poles S Jl1 i w G pote S 45w 14 25 p Jes toa st ne jnat ubjovo ra leaning s camore pn the Noah side of Wutqr Runihuicd th0nce down same leaving Fan e 2 3 Qn the left bank as you go JOr pole to a stake oppfsiie mouth of the lung branch thetce up and With the men 3ets of saWe as follows N 3Di E 1GV poles to a small oak near a water gup N 2D E 27 44 poles ihence N 2Gi E 18 pores to mouth of another branch thence up the righ hand fork N81i ElOi poles N 33iE15 poles thence N3H E17poe thence N 42iE19 p4les toa beech snag thence NI44 E24 poles thence N 49 E la CS poles thence N 20 E 1880 piiles thence N 46i E 4 pobs to end of a slat fence N SO E 4 pples to a stone Prathers corner al 50 corner to Cheaham thence with the fence as it now sta tjcnmgon the Cheatham line fence on Burns side poles thence S 74E flionrto S UiE345poes tp middle cf said pike thence with middl of said pike 30 92 pOl s to the beginning con taining73 acres For the purchase price the pnr ubaset or purchasers with approved security or sureties pibac execute bond bearing legal interestirom date ot sale until paid and haying the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with those terms M O LEACHMAN M C wc C IIlillsboro Missllie Sutton ol Viljisbuig is pending this week wr1 her aunt Mrs Cora Mcllvjf Misses Corino and Miy L chman of Louisville are vis ting at the horne of IS Lach man at this place Several people pf Uillsboro attended services at Willisburg Sunday niglt John Arnistrong and family visited relatives at Tatham Sun day Mrs Larkn Den is pn thE sick list Mesdamcs Leroy Reed ijannie Leacbman Kate Litsey Nannie Thompson and Misse Ella and Sue Duncan spent Tuesdaywith Mrs Robert Thompson wt M G Leachman is in Louis villednd Cincinnati this week Mrs Eliza Royalty left Monday for Palm to visit herOn Douglas Royalty Sam Montgomery fought anew buggy from Shewmakcr at Mac1iVille for 105 CASTOR IIA jiciifsiiiuc1iIM- rs41ThiKflHMw1t Bears the- 81guturoQl ir t T r for lr SUPPLrE l 5 Bush el yr SeedsI SPRINGFIELD ilPhpneNoQO TornadoDiso Harrows 41Oliver Chilled Plots JJring Yotf =BUgg C6 I TO THE New Paint ShO CASEYS OLD STAND t f SPR1NCFILbot Vi4 Buggiesandj Carriages p inte1iinfiistcla jsti1eau in fiD uptod te manner ttti faction guaitiriteed Prices reasonable 1 JD BTSLPRITO t III II fCMtM WMM tlfa lc M tnry Mckaft rl Any to QWUfs MlflR FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easy regulates stopscryingMajrar Yewell Ovensbora Ky cars Our was wasting aJ1while I be give nsjiIt IPw eimplc Md bo frtdrw THE fLoYD MEDICINE CO DETRort UCflo 111 fLOYD DYSPEPSIA TABLETS eCtlI SEple For sale by J gaY OD acist I Rare Oppor1uiFIies rI a i OR rapitalist D sor 5e 2 1 t 1og the irics of the IJ + l on j ORii ouNit4 ItGreat sou I1vesfSY e1f ll1 1I r Direct liiica to l J1J I Missouri AfkansaSj IInd anY Territory5 Louisianai and Texas j jii Through Pullman Sleeping Chair Oars i1 flaraeseekers ExcsrsioHS Writ ad third ol each aioata Descriptive mapsr foldersetc on applicaUon H CTOWNSEN all FMMiger and JTlcketj Agent r T LOUIS tt Where lie XradqjIIlN Start A squire Iiia corbilu toAVjthfttl just finished iiuirrylnj a yofiins couple nml proccojiled fR pnteniiij 11ytu give them good solid advice Turningl to the bridegroom he said j i Never spent your Imo1py extra va gautly tutu be saving Iii every way possible The bridegroom llstenejl respectTully und then remarked Well Judge j vc might agwcll begin on you And he proccededtogive the 44uIr cents for tying tile knot J t uStoncvaIIa CoNIeHt- At oouncll of generals early In the civil war one of them remarked that Major was wounded and would bo unable to perform a certain duty fcjr which he had been suggested Wound ed said old Stonewall Jackson llt tbatls really so I think It must nave been by an accidental discharge of hist duty t I A DomkttKl QeMpreier hairs foii socsuIve worn put six said the collector coming after rotlI with this bill1 Dont1 kl hat bother yps1 epUed the editor 1vefgotan old iait thatll Just fit you1 J II Tb er You her i nany peop4ei 1 tthe pace that kllfc tweer w utjtHY exactly Well It Ocjvefida There the meih1 enger boys pace for Instance That merely kills time Philadelphia A TL i Ve sell Coal in jfiro rn aj I1a vft r 1 r f tr of cItc loatj Uck Mt k for Indication 50 tablets 50c fraal trsi 11i at C Phar 1 r i l 2 da 1 I ffi fi tt If t It I J Kansas dFrcoRec1ining Tuesdays v litaraturie L i e iThlhidelpbhiLedger a 1I eaii Frek aid 1 T G MATTIIEWI = J 1 Srayelteg Passenger Ageat JILOUISVILUC KL 1 r rIt FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will cure any ease of Kitlne or Bladder disefcsa that is no beyond the reach of medicine fVCMUPTODlC tiSpiegO lIDl N Virginia St ZvaayiIi t Ind wrlte ForoJlIOJttreatsItrowith a kidney and bladaerasection I lost flee and was unable toworVvThre phjralclaMfj toKolpmdaadIT7asgirea up ted Fo sy Kldnor Cure Was recommend d and DM fir bottlo rave mo eroat relIef and after akie ftlsecond bottlo I was estlroly cared1 Two iiem 50 Cnt and fl0i f BEES Laxative HONEY0TAfl An improvement over 1 Ctugfa Lung and flrcncia Remedies Cure CoughS Strengthens thelings Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste good tlike for Young aid ppPARED tv v rFisiale Medicine Co CWcigOjWS Ai So C LHaLvn J Ij DR JE BURTON RfWDCNT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTEDif q JVlTHdUT PAIN Omo Hagaa Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY of AllfDtfit1 Work Strictly It Firstclass t DRJ H LAMPTON OFFICE IB Opera House j SIOCIeS J SP1tINGEIErDKY 4 OE ICEprt Rineharts for mer offices over Peoples Deposit rtBauk Office hours 12 to 2 pm WFiGRIQSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Qfficfe pver Peoples I ank SPRINGFIELD KY inp 8M Green Y DENTIST AH lands of dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Horil Phone 56 SPRINGFIELD KYv 4 M W HYATT M D l SPRINGFIELD KY 1Oftice in Peoples Bank Building v Residence 93 Te e2lIOflCcomco9s JAMES GRAVES PHAGTIGAT Katclnnato aii4 Jciclcr f Carries alline of VVatehos Clocks und Jewelry Repairing Spev Jciilly Located atT W Simms Jr old law office opposite ConrtHousO SpniigReld Kj Railroad Schedule41 Following is the time schedule 1nqw in effect on the Jai d town arid Springfield branch railroad No4t Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction rp02 pnh Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Spriugheld 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Birdstowiij 617 am rna Bjlrd3o rn Junction 705 am oIarrlVCS tat Louisville 755 am No 4 3 Leaves Louisville at 73 Oam Bardstowo Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives dt Springfield 1240 pm c No44Leaves Springfield a i2O pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Juribtion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm V 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 Bardstown V 735 p m arrives at Springfield sr 82o pm JOHNY MAYES fUNIR l DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD K- Yi1aeH YouHaulinQ cTO DQi- fsocallupj L ALLEN t Niit th Depot 1 fREIGHT AND TRUNKS I auld Furniture Moved iaithinc in the hauling ine dons carefully and at eisonable lates PHONE 22 Boes Li AX ATI VE Honey and Tar is differQijt from all other cc ugh propertIjjrppertles to cut the phlegm and lax systcmra Ifjleasant pcrmaneat cure for al Initfrjii colds lung and bronchial trou 7t ii Sold by Hay Jons Pharmacy t teaacentn for the famous little liver pilH recently dicovertd by the venerable Dr Dade of Chicago Per sORe who have ttwd Dades Pillp will Oonstipalion H I TOWN Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest J ff AllAboutYourselfFrlendsndAquaIntan M P Jlq For the nicest queensw re til the lowest prices go to HaganBrosl W want Y Ur hams shoulders and bacon highest price pl1id aganBros RQV C C Ware will preach at the Christian church here the fourth Sunday morning and evening Send your laundry with Jiinmie 9oic agent for the best ste 1n- lllaundry in the country Clothes called for and delivered My Photograph Gallery will be closed August 1st Come at once if you want work this seiasori EA Cox LosT GALF Strayed from my place bout May 1st solid black muley steer yearling Rc wardf returnedito LNIEED FOUND Inmy strawberry patch a pairpf eyeglasses Owner can have same by prov ing pop rty und paying for this advertisement EA Cox Mr J D Batser proprietor of the Springfield carriage works desires to notify all who have buggies to paint to bring them in He hasa firstclass painter at work and is prepared to do strictly good work Aj Sinde the item about the TachersInstitnte whlchappears oh the first page of this paper has been printed it has been de cided to postpone the time of- lbohIingth Institute to August of the dale named L Persons desiring a good fancy driver or a show horse should not fail to take Sdvantagapf the sale of R E GodQards ntire stable which takes place 1e1I Burgin in Mercer cpuntyonI Wednesday July 20 He has some fancy animals to sell Invitations are out for the ap proaching wedding of Miss Viola Butler to Mr Hubert HV Claybroolce which iis io take place at Scottsboro Ala Mr Claybrooke is a former Spring field mah and has latelygone into business at Scottsbprpt where his prospective bride lives Mr Claybrookes many friends here will join us in offer lug ongratulations Oce of the biggest spies of cattle to take place here for several years vas made lastI week by B F Simms Co who sldtheir bunch of slqp fed cattle to Phelen the big packing house man of Philadelphia There were OOheadof cattle that averaged 1208 pundsand the price received was 560 per hundred pounds The cattle were fed at the Mattingly Moore distilleries At the solicitation of Rev H C Weoden Rt Rev G W Clin ton A M D Dwill preach at Johnsons Chapel next Friday evening July 15 at 8 pm Bishop Clinton is one ot the great preachers of his race and an able lecturer He delivered a series of lectures at Booker T Wash ingtons school last May apd lectured on the race question in Boston Philadelphia Washing ton Cincinnati St Louis Chica go and Indianapolis this year An invitation is extended to the public to hear him A section will be reserved for white citizens Seats free to alL Sister Mary Zita died Monday at the temporary home of the Sisters of the Order of Sk Dom inic at Sixth and St streets Louisville CatherineI invalid when the fire She suffered from exposure and was never able to leave her bed since trie St Catherine fire here llast winter Sister Mary Zita was a daughter of Benjamine Cambron of this county She was thirty years old and had had a vide experience as a schoolteacher For severalyears she taught in St Louis Bertrand School Louisville and before she entered the St Acadeniy she taught inCatherineI The remains were ItrainCatherine c4flx4 f It 3RtbeTM Haa Mwat fwgln TOpICS g 7gvw 4cwJ74kq lo jH vinmetjth an accident whichlhas affected me to such an extent that I am not able to handle my horses I have decided to sell them at public sale They 1 consistj of brood mares th bEst individuals I could find with dolts at feetand in foall again byt Red Leaf the champion show stallion of Kentucky and a lot of 1 2 3 and 4yearolds y11 him Among raiem are many show horses and probably some trotters and several Jfigl class youngteams I will also sell my herd of Shorthorn Cattle about SOhead Everything seHs Everybody mvited A good dinner S lea gil1s at 10 oclock Wednesday July 20 Free con veyancs win meet trains at Burgin and I will gladly take care of visitors from a distance I R E GotfDARD Burgin Ky T D English Auctioneer I TALfOfA SWAGGER STICK s blculcnant Rccd Presents Cher lhetl Caribou Horn Baionlo Miss Roosevelt Lieutenant ReedJ Sixth tfaV alry United States Army a jap per officer of the Jefferson guards staff is minus a treas ured swagger stick which Jie dOQs not mourn gifbatly and incidentally he is the envy of all the officers ofthe guard Miss Alice Roosevelt is the proud possessor of Lieutenant Reeds swagger stick She caJne into possession through the- o Kentucky galitintry dLthc young officer In place of the carIbou stick LieutenanbReeil now sporfs an ordinary carved an umbrellt fiandle sawedt off to the proper abbreviated diinensions s pf tlui real thing When Miss Roosevelt was rlnmo the Fair if hfsramn Lieu tenant Reeds pVouu pnvilegQ- oheday to escortVthq Presidents daughter through the Halai e of Agriculture He had with trim his mseparable stuck Mis Roosevelt admn ed the siendl or baton of ppltshcdj Caribou hemb with its silvervhqad and ferule and Lieutenant lybcd told her its history V He told her that it stamped tWe twirler ofJt ls3cl ember of l tle Order of the Qtrubou Stick I because it could frightfully be carried only by those officers who had seen service in the Philippines prior to the dechirthtion of peace July 4 902 Miss Roosevelt admired the swagger stick all the inore after she had heard its history and during the tour of tub palace she carried it Avhxm the trip through the building was ended she handed the stick back to theg young officer buth19 gallantly refused to accept it and present ed it to herSt Lou Republic LETTER LIST c Reraaining unclaimed in the Springfield postoflice for week July It 1904 t Sam W Baker Mrs Ophelia Borders Puzzle Editor oPFarm 11Annie11 Personscainngior tnese letter will please say advertised and givedatc of list AV A Waters P MI J IiiNi liI Was Her Terror I 1 would cough nearlyj all night tong writes Mrs Cutsa Apple ate of Alexandria IpdJand cculdbardiy get any sleejJ 1 had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I wourd- cough frightfully and spit up blood hut when all otner medi cines failed three LOQ bottles of Dr King New Discoveny wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guar anteed to cure Coughs Colds La 1ri rtc Bicrch d alltt Throat and Lung troubles Price SOc and 81 Trial bottles free at C J Hay dons Drugstore OneLLMys Bocomifleiitlaiioii sold Fiilv Boxas of ClMWriaiiis STOMACH J HBIfflB CIoftt Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets on the recommendation of one lady hero who first bought a bottle of the about a year ago She nbver tirer of telling her neighbors and friends about the gooc qualities of these TabletsP M Shore druggt Rochester Indi The pleapant purgaptive etiect of these Tablets them a favorite wIth ladies every where Forsalc by C J ifayd- onoLEYSlioNTTfAR J iwu Csldtj Pnvsts PMUMla I Ripee Old Age is AJ1Ut J Only attained by preserving 3 those faculties with which na 5 ture has endowed us The jfmiling contented bright f 5eyed old man will tell you lhatjj 5 he owes the preservatIOn of 5his Eye sight to the proper Ircare be gave his eyes in youtaj and middle age There Is Nothing fj Which a Sciehlific Optician 5can do that we vill not do for YOU and yourEyes C F RUSSELL Main St Springfield ICy DR WfRU TY PRACTIC L DENTiST Office over Haydon Barber Dental work atreasonable prices All worjr guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY FEFCNALf rIOt F Wharton was in Lebanon Sunday X S Claybrpoke andtFA Massle werq in Bardstown Sun day v Miss Margaret Popeha re turned from a stay at Clark sda1 Miss i MrT SMayes ahdffamily hive returned ftom a trip to fct- Lbuis t Mr and 1frs George Austin of Louisyille were here thefirst Ihe week MrsF e ter ceeof Louis ville is visiting lieAiunt t Mrs J L Wharton Allen Hickerson of LouTsviifc is Visiting his cousin Leoaard Allen thisi veeir Mrs W M Dumtfc and Mrs Davis are visiting in Nclso county this week vMts M W Hyatt Qntertaired Monday evening in hcMipr of Miss Hazql Morton Miss Mayme Allen who has een quite ill afc h rh Jrio1s nuch better at this writing C ptniJdlls J M 13 rooks OP Kioxville were at Ahe AC MeElriy the Hratof the week Mr F A Massto of Paiat Rock Alalj visit d the Clay brooke family here this week Mr1 Nejlie K Thurman who ats been In St Louis for several months caine JU Tuesday night Miss Rebecca McWhorter hiis returned borne after a pleasant visit to friends ihCampbellsville i Misses JosephinE ard Nellie Turpin of Americus Ga are- uests of Mrs J R Wakefield this week Misses Lillie and Katie Ltn caster of Tocoma Wash are visiting friends and relatives hero his x eek Mrs John r5 McEIroy and Miss Sallie McEIroy have re t1rncdfrom a visit to t Louis and Kansas City Miss Rebecca McElroy of Lebanon has returned home fCer a pleasant vi itto friends and relatives Miss Elizabeth Leaclipan who has been visiting her sister Mrs B Hill at Lebanon has returned f home Misses Lydia McEIroy and Elizabeth Waters have returned fter a deligHtful visit to Mrs phn Brown Lebanon nenter1tRineFriday evening a large number f of her friends at Pit Miss Stella Slatlerly who has been the charming guest of Miss Sarah Simms has returned to her home Clarksville Tenn Miss Sadie Mayes will entertain this evening in honor of Misses Hazel Morton and Josephine Turpin Quite a delight ful time is anticipated Mrs G C Wharton and two hildren who have been visiting Mrs Whartons parents in- hicago for several weeks re urnedhome last evening LO T Between the residence of J J McCabe and Conrad HeiMlein a gold medal engraved Politeness with S Simms on inbai r RewarcJ for return J F Smui- sFOLthUONEY4DTAR tope u oiis dbftJ1daI and Done at Reasonable Prices Q13ALITESOFAMBIIILMANY ED TO THE YELLQW GUM i Ii The Belief In It Abllltr to War OJr DUeaHCJi of the TbroatIaedg- a Charm AKalnat Various Kind of 3II f6rftlne In Olden Time ypflrtt to buy a string of amber bends said a nervous young man to a clerk in a Jjirge cigar store in Nas situ street recently 4I flont know Just where to get them but I understand you people keep them i Sorry my good man but Ave are all out them at present but I can tell you where you Can get them And the clerk gave the young man the ad- dressof a jewelry firm near by Its strange said thech rkhow many people come in hereto buy am her beads We used to keep a stock on hand but there was no money in it for us and we gave It up The tlerk was well Informed on the subject and went on to tell something about amber that was interesting Indeed You know it Is an old superstition he continued thaf a string of amber beads around a childs throat will keep off throat troubles and especially croup Doctors of course pophpooh the idea but mothers will swear by the beads Wheth er there is really anything in it or not I cannot tell but I must say that people testify to The fact that these beads do wonderful good in thrpat troubles and it is really facts that count You know the idea Is an old bne and irnbcr wes known before the Christian era History says that Pop paca made Nero dress the amphl heater at Rome with amber and had bro ken pieces strewn in the qrona to pre vent the infectious odor of the common people from reaching her when at the games during an epidemic Tie TurKs were the first to use amber asa mouth piece for pipes owing to its alleged quality of hot carrying infection Such mouthpieces were first fitted to the public pipe those which vnere passed from mouth to mouth Few people know where aniber real ly is found but most of it Des from Prussia and some from France and Norway Gathering of amber is no childs play but Is fraught with prIva- tion hsrd york and danger The moth rr whoso baby wears a string of bcadss knows little of the tlskp that were rim to get the yellavr gum In pldcn tlmts the amber used tQ be gathered after storms the henry seas having loosened the weajth which lay at the bottom of the shprewatcr The men would then venture tip to theirnecksIn the surf and wtltli Jong poles having hooks on tilL end they would rake up the pieces o amber and carry them in to slore This Iii now much simplified hnd we no longer w it for storms boA In stead dlvefs are employed who go to the bottom of the sea anti detach the rich deposits When the amber tins Keen washed and tiie pebbles have been piticed put it Is passed into re volvlwg drums With a certain amount of sand which scrubs off lhe outer surface It Is then sorted into about a dozen different varieties jaccordlng to color ajul shape Flat pieces are used for smokers goods Hound pieces go to make up beads and fragments for varnish The size used fo be an important commercial factor Now iit ploys qn unimportant part It is just as easy now to make a large mouthpiece as if was formerly a small one A few years ago a manufacturer an adver tisement made a cigarette mouthpiece that was over fifty inches dn length Years ago the pricetfbr such a big stem would have been enormous but now it is considerably reduced The pale pieces of amber are bought by the pipe manufacturers of Turkey anti Egypt The light whitish colpr are used for ornaments in Italy an i the finest grades ot clouded green gray nail blue mire sent to the United States England and France What is amber Wet that Is not so easy to answer Men of scleuqe say that ages ago long before Earl Erie cured at his sldejhe mighty sword with the hilt of nm eIthat gave him warning of the storm and fight there stood on the Samlayd a mighty forest dtr conifers whose descendants today are fount in California and Oregon These trees piled up around their root the golden gum and when the sea sub sequently wiped out the forest the amber was burro in its depths from which It Is now secured Amber can be traced through the world as a love philter a charm against all kinds of Illness sorcery witchcraft poison and blindness Hundreds of unknown Insects and plants have been found imbedded in the yellow guni Strange to say ambit cannotbe coun tterfeited any more than diamonds can limber used to be Very fashionable for Jewelry buf u9w It is only used as plpestems aud for warding off ills easeNeW York Herald Five Good Weather Rule An ofilcyr of the weather bureau at Washington has collected a great nurn ber of feather proverbs Jle says that these proverbs forecast the weather accurately and he thinks that they should therefore be emorized by farmers sailors and such persons ad are out of reijch of the daily weath er reports The following five proverbsare those that time officer sets most store by Bain before seven fine before eleven A mackerel sky and mares tails lake lofty ships carry low sails If th rain comes before tttcl wind Lower your topsails and take them In If the wind comes before the rain Lower your topsails and hoist them again A morning red wind or rain dread A circle round the moon Srlngcth rain t ROOf Tickled With Fther- I never knew any one who could be so tickled with a feather M my wife Ticklish is she Not usually but this vi tsan ostrich feather she bought ata bargain sale Philadelphia Ledger NeTer mind where yoa work let your care be for the v rk 1tscltI Spurgeont r T IODAPP IlfflMa- nufacturers of Harness and Strapp work RepairingPromptly NeatlyJSpringfieldKy QUARTERLY REPORT OE THE CONDITION OF EtiPLES DEPOSIT BANK iNCORPORATEb SPRINGFIELD KY At close of Business June 30 j J904 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 19131090 Overdrafts secured 476429 Overdrafts unsecured 000 Due from National banks tow S 817115 Due from State banks ft bankers 1328794 IDue from Trust Companies 000 2149 09 Banking House and Lot 500000 Other Real Estate 000 Mortgages 14000 00 US Bonds 000 Other Stocks nbonds 000 Specie 4188110 Currency 475500 963610 Exchange for Clear ings J lO1 Other Items carried as cas j 000 Furniture and Fixtures Fund tp pay Taxes Current Expenses last quarter Total J246170 38 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paidln in casj 50000 00 Surplus Fund 17000 00 Undivided Profit T 91198 DueDeposltors as foilows4 Deposits subject to dheck on which interest is not paidK 13869022 Deposits subject to check on which interest 3s paid 0 Deniand certificates of de posit on which interest is not paidL 0 Time certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid S39568181782C8 40 Saving deposits on which is paid Certified checks 00 Due National banks 00 Due State banks bankersCODue Trust Companies 0 Cashiers Checks out tand Bills ing rediscountedC = Z Unpaid Dividends t Taxes due and unpaid t Capitarstock notpald7 o Total S246I70 38 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of inipbtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including iu the liability of tbe company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof dircctlj or indirectly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount ofsurplus of the bank None How is indebtedness stajedin abdveII item 1 secured None Highest amouut of indebtedness of any director or officer if amountoi uch indebtedness exceeds 30 per cent of paidup capta1tock of bank None Roi Same secbred NoneI jDoesj person company or firm including in the liability 6f the company or firm the liability of the individual mem hers thereof eScceed 30 per cent of the paid up capital and actual surplus N v If so stat6vamount of such indebted ness Nine Amountof last dividend S2000 j Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted thereform before de daring dividend and was not less than lu per cent pf net profits of tnt bythedividendbefore said dividend was declared Yes Statcoft Kentucky t8iCounty of WdshhjgVolKL IopIesDepositdoing business on Main street in the countybeingreport is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1904 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above retort is made in compli ance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designa ling the 30th day ot June 1904 as the day on which snch report shall be made J A BOULWARE CAsiiler Subscribed and sworn to before me by JA Bouhvare Cashier the 1st day of July 1904I AC McZLROYN P jCottntisj GL SAYDON I H THURMAN fGEO ROBERTSON Directors KATORE8 OWN REMEDY i Ml oira No Ordinary Remedy Guaranteed Bond with Box EvcryC of The unusual ttwayn which Wood Campbell one of 3prinjfieldra most reliable druggists sell Miona em tiphasriesflpossessesunosualantee that they give with every packc age is rain and posltlyeIf MiOnmkj does not cure Qt of dyapepslaj we wmn return your money IIs Miona contains remedies that sOothe and heal the inflamed lining of i the stomach It helps digestion and thus relieves the digestive sj stem ef j work and strain It gives pure tichI blood and strengthens the nerves SoI that the whole system Is built up and vitalized while the dyspepsia is being cured fiirftry Ticket frt 337 k a is the lucky number in the XHt test The holder of th8 nuiBber S will please present ama wxl carry away the rizeIM HTjQNi3i I rWer I nextI t nants in Mattings sulingijj 3 from 5 to2Oidt the tF flS3X l I piece Do not miss this op j pdrtimity o ket some good 1 t if73 patterns e v I i I LRoborfsQu BI1oaI UUilil S McELROY dfNA1 j INSIANCEu AnN j Life Ffre arid Tcirnadoltc OFFICEOVpR PEOPLES BNKii fl During my absriceJr in office W P Grigslbl businfors II ML2t7TLTrTLT u 66 1 61 6 I M 2 N The Big IMoiiey Maker for Eogg Raisers j Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more lhan 27 mmIs has stood upon the severest tests and inall cases can be 1 DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOG TH AT DIE j Remedljs a jlngtbis 1vai MlI can 1250 half cans SQ50 250 123 and JXc per package kai 2Oth Century Poultry Food Thegre teRtcggprOducon the market JCeeps fowls fj prevents cholera rpu p and all other poultry diseases 2 J 1hi35bze pirpackagt k Dr os Haas Live Stock Remedy F6r Horse CSttfCeEtcq itsnamfr implies this a REMEDY not a hood and ltis un A equalled for correcting the common disorders In horses cattle anfljl ft sheep as well aaimany ofthe more serious cbmplaihts AIendidconditioner and growth promoter and a sure preVentive from X disease t IA Bi99 58 AND 25c PER PACKAfiE h 0 FORALEYa I McClURE WELLSfCAIL FOR CIRCULARS I SPRINGFIELD KY t f4 61 61 II W WW WWW WW W iThe Best is thethe pest And There is None Better Than ITTM IOYEH WIRE FEHOE f v A Fence for every Purpose if i i JTr It will turns anyjthing and can be riift over any i kindof ground A11 Sizes and Assortment t Burns McClure Wel I SOLE AGENTS Springfiekt ltfm 1 tIMYSTERIES OF NATURE Same ef ikc faaT TklH That Flid Titf RncT Ex laHRll8B Whatever opens UlllQW doors or vindosrs for us Into tho world about us Avlmtovcr widens the field of our Interest nnd sympathies has some ort of value says John Burroughs In nmntry Life In America Iftt much the J50 called nature study opens jab ncy doors or windows It affdrda no mental BatlsfactloiAor illumination or esthetic pleasure it Is mainly petter Ing with dry unimportant facts sied etails Do ydu know the edelwelw owers or our own matches Hrhatws alter you have merely analysed and- lassified them No more than yw now a matt after havlnr Tc51j5a and easured him The fUBctkH of t1aiai always interesting Wk t do they do how do they pay their way iJiuae rigid bcononiy of nature Jl4tWdGthe- Tsurdc Why do tbe rootlof true 1 hrougk tW rOiMd like ran eIs of moitit H4et1 of MPartkl1 and uHltlftg again iprWte the baaees re thISPstUtiU right ot entreat Why JI or cozunion twWftIa- miore Wte tlwit aay tlwr tree pJMrt a upoa a rock WJiy 4G oaks ci theM aNti ottwi fprlwf 1IP whet a pfM K l4esfloek thu MII cI4r- way jQtIPaoeJy gm4ksa IMm trW r k r an aekadYT CI never tcht WJ 7 iloe the bolt jOniethnee cttcr the tree about atid at therffoaly plow aTchannel down 1U trunk Why does the bumblebee complain W Joudly t Wien this fedas pre j I Dr Haas bookIoHog 1 healthy As lynen worutuupon certR newer Why does the honeybee efh ftl thenlt stinga a person while t wasp the hornet and th bunsbte da not Hov does time chlMttey ewi low get thQ twifaa It baiW INn with Pros what doe thE horn inaeitspPer I have ilever beck grsftyiMtereat ib spiders Uut I have alwayi want tb know how a certain spider HUM f to stretch her call wiwwiely acre the road JAi Ute ood abcmt 7 front the grouisii SEPTENCE SERMONS J The Rlml inC9criUioQt J the en lees life X rOaii aiamonj Is worth wttch pi 1dfKt There is MceWort where no cot pendouis i J tntti who put phmanea Ifit bI er tatndtwkwaM4etI areeittIti e- lqnut Tb ut mniMhtku4n ii4eurNo ntntued a jq b jnn- Iaveradn4y W ecirg afar k 1i2t ntI- thwine lhoDWr 1If iaJa tiasa b l lt mflilliPeople who ntfvfrtfr their twfoWls ever clear oflt tlfclr tkk IiThere Isl no froiai i rij 11tltboii fit itonfefcslmt the shuct cituvt J4to Tribuule The tone Hand There are many traces of old Jchi A Murr1 still to be found in this section of Kentucky but ff maray of these historic marks have tpesn neglected by the writers of the country Of late 1 iytars lbore bas been a perfect ti j deluge of books and stories which deal with hair lilting inci k 5 dents detective tales and things t fifotlh t sort conjured from ier f lz tile outrather perverted imagi il1tti nsaJ11 yet these ingepkus i fellows might have found in real i life storis that would have t shamed the wildest of their i dreams Take the case of Murfp 0 roll for instance There are ifaany unpublished ircdents of1 Ills lfe and be has left many tJrrquee things behind him as reVj ioV t minders of the fact that he once t inhabited thp earth It has bcea said that Murrell and his garg t y- t never operated in Nelson county t but an aged and reputable citizen w from over the river was in townV 1 1 the other day and said that he had heard his father who died l0 t at an advanced age speak of the p old outlaw often He said Mur roll acd his gang often rendez foriri seen Jll 1n nar Holy Cross There was a lone pine tree standing right at r the base qf a hill and a shorqi f i distance away a spring bubbec out ol the side of a hill and t1 f ll wEd down trough the bolt ms j Pro ably 100 yards west of thef JI pipe tree was an Indian mound a rejjcoftlhe time when the red I man was monarch of that section Nailed to one of tne limbs of tl e pine was a wooden band While there wasUo proof of the fact the belief was entertained fcr i many years that this hand was put there by Murrell It Was Jt 4 one of his i eadezvous The hand wa crudely inaneof pine or per3tipointed back towards the hills and no doubt in thedays of Mur rell it meant a great deal to the outlaw and his associates b crime It was probably adjust able in the daysof Murrell and was used by members of the E gang to convey messages when they were scattered on their A plundering expeditions The limb on which the hand wasp nailed was some distance from the ground on account of the growth of the pine and it could riot be reached by humdn bandsn without climbing the tree Notman in that section of the counh try care to disturb the hand Ittwas a relic to whichethecitizcnFI pointed with some degree ottj pride and so they just left iiV there pointing up in the billaand probably itc1icllh g the last route of the outlaw han heyt passed for the last time from thes Jdne pihat the foot of tbecidget ioti1 Jt became decayed and wasd beaten from its fastenings by thp ehmenlsBardstown Stary ci9r Annualfeet Washing J A special from Owensville in 1 says Next Sunday ajt the resi dtnce cf Elder James Mbote ncr Carringtons Ttoclr tl i codntyan interestinglcereraonj will be observed This is the Idate st for tte annual iooL lhing fil the Baptists to which church Elder Mool ebclongsB For forty years on one Sunday in each ear this ceremony is got e through with at the resi deuce of JClder Moore and each year tjie gathering to witne s Jlhis peculiar evidence of brother NtlFatal No Matter What Doc si tors Say We Know That Heart Troutt ManyCasee Cured fsheart dlsea viz 1 Weakness or Debility t J2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia r3 Valvular Disorder 4 DilatIongEnlargement Fatty tion 7 Dropsy Documentary evidence will provo thousands of socalled Incurables have ben absolutely cured by Dr illesv Now Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dis ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc 6 symptomsShortness Smothering Spells Pain in Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Anklesroj Face and Lips Palpitation a lfl htmare Jrresular Pulse X1ive srcatfalth In Dr Miles NewHeart Cure and speak of Its merits4i whenever opportunity presents leanr JIoYr go tap and down stairs with ease I bardlywalkAIlMstillaid so much for mo that I find It a farrreater medicine than you claimed It to h aD YOUNG th D 6i7 North Ir FJAeIInNatchez JslotteyMdc Ifflratfrottle falls to benoflh 1Write us and We will rnaIliIL r you a Free Trial 1 f MI1AIIUPaln Plili the ofI fdentine Reraedr for Pain Also Symp torn Blank fpr our SpecIalist to dlaenosoq Four case and tell you whAt Is wrong FroAddressORAT01UES ELKIWtT4 INI i r t 50OOQOO S CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of JI LION COFFEEj In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums oWWoucl Yot1L I like Check Like This I Wf Nave Awarded 2000000 I Presidential Vote Contest IFive Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Paokages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to M the regular free premiums toIone vote The acent tamp era our acknowledgment to you V 4 that your estimate is recorded 1 You can send as many estU mates u desired Grind First Prizi of 500000 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi i dentlal Vote Contests We also offer iS00000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars each case of Lion Coffee How Would One of These Everybody coffee If use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted it IIconvinced is no- the take no dthcr and OhecksIIUsing so that usyou as well as benefit for WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS CASH Detailed Every of LION COFFEEI SPICE CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO II ly love grows larger Next Sunday people from all partsof Bath and Menifee counties win attend the services The services beg with songs rayers and rel ious exercises After these are done bowls filled with water are produced and each person washes or her hbors feet m thfc water arid dries them This service iis to emulate the wzshing of he decipies feet by Jesus Christ ormer1y Elder Moore did all he washing himself the shadows of ninetyeight years upon him and he iis nolonger able td perform this act broth Ljspreeesat these services and hunJ reds of people have attended Elder Moore vis ninetyeight old and has been a mnis ter of the Baptist church almost seventy 3 ears has held meetings in almost every county theState and is widely linowri Over 3000 converts have ben baptized by him and over 2000 couples have hen united in mar riage by him His mjn t and hearing are almost perfect but is eyesight has failed Ills wife is abpat ninety years fairly goodu healih 1T A PATENTiIJGIE Hyomcl the Guarantccd Catarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No ono should confound Hyohiei ndcrjtiscdprior to them aUas tha dianiondi ii more valuable thau cficap glass Their composition is secret but Hyomdi liI gives it formula to reputable phy lat1SiIs it not foolish to trV cure tarch by swallowing cts or liquids only natural to cure this dis rcspiratoryThis treatment has been so success ulh curinff91 per cent of alt vlh9 havc byIIWoodurantee to refund the money if it docs not cure run no rirk what in buying Hyqmef IfIt did iiotJ possess tinusiul powers to cure it could not be upon tlIsplanV t She dFivff DoctOf Mrs Frances D Sales of Missouri Valley Iowa writes I have been afflicted Wjth kidney trouble years had severe pains In my back and frequent desire to urinate When riding I experienced much pain oer the region of the kidneys I tried five physicians without benefit and then concluded to tr Foleys Kidney Cure- ftertaking three 100 bottles f was complbtbjy cured Sold by Wood iCampbell i4 Pihe salvejets a ponlticc berc 1ctskijlPinclllve jnSlannYIanlSold by ITaydons Pharmacy Cash to Lion Coffee Users in our Great Worlds C people get checks more will get them In the QtestII1 1 First 5250000IPrize 100000I2 Prises J600OO eabh lOOOOO PrizeS lOOOOO18 PrIzes lOOOOO PrIzes 5000II 100000 PrIzes 2000IIPrIzes 1000II 250000 1800 PrIzes 500 OOOOOI 2130 PRIZES VT0ALV S2OOOOOO Your Name Look on uses will with you there other such money Then thats why we advertising both of wewill Complete Particulars In Package WOOLSON CO his eld but of He old- otharein all aiul clI The way You ever sold fiyc ri like Fair 2139 2139 Prize value Improved Train Service Offered by the Henderson Route f vccn Louisville St Kouls Commencing Sunday June 25 Kebtuckys popular Hoc the Hendersoii Route will Inaugu Irate a safe and Fast Day service between Louisville and Louis in each direction arid will prove itbe time and equipment generally of all trans between these pQintsV i rThree daily trains will be operated in each direciipri the jfollowicgsa schetiulcsbetween Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 880 a ra 900 pm and 700 am Al- rj tPt Louis 010 pm 720 nind GIG pm- tnecquipmentis brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as any train operating iinor out of Kentucky r The 830 am train through withoutchange of cars will be composed of Pullman ObserVa tion Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Oars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger The 900 pm train through without change of ears will con of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars and high bal seat passenger coaches The700 aui train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars apd high back scat passengercoaches The Dining Cars on day trains serve meals a carte you pay only for what you getV All trains will leave from and in tIe Seventh Strce Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the wag nificent new Union StatknSt LduirInT purchasing your tickets St Louis or points west ask tile agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route iHewill have them in stock and will be glad tickct you that way You willjbe satisfied every respect with tile accommodution and safe tran service that offered by this Iine which has termed the Official Route fdrKenluokJaus VUiiiiial Folcy Oo UhicDgo orlginrlcd Honey and Tar as a ThroaJ aiul lung remedy and on account af the hicrit and popularity FoleyaHoqey and Tar many imitations are offered for tile genuine Ask for Foleys tyard Tar refuse any substrate ollercd as no ether preparation will give the sanic satisfaction It is mildlv laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate pejsons Sold by Wood and Campbell Xodol Dyspepsia Gui o Uls sts vtiar you eat I What will be the total popular vote cst for President votes all can dictates combined at the electlonI November 81904 In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct mates received in Woolson Spice Cora panys office Toledo 0 on or before November 5 1904 we will givo first prize for the nearest correct estimate second to the next nearest etc followsfetc as 1 Second = 2OOOO 1OOOO 20 50 lOOOOO 250 you for you will are our money get Hence AND re Qc and St itn on t on coaches sist wit la arrive to to to in is been x great of Hon and u for esti 1 A VERSATILE PRODUCT J t cir ThliiKsi That ri r Cuimblc of Jin V aft Corn Probably Yew things that grow are inoable of atf mmiy usesor ale as com iilelely irtJ as corn The rulnlIs used for rfr wt both for hiininu belngp Kiul cattle wHHe the stalksjuo used nsj onttJe feedylw plthtof tthe coriwtalkc Is uscif in the iiutaufjicture of smoke orihighrndlfact lire of iwpor The wocnly Portions nre used Irt Vie imtniifacthro a clump quality of JMlVf As It fooil l corh Is nuppHcd In ninny xUCTbo jiwtst fHiiillIur are ns meal lioiithty Jinil grits Ilsctlcally all the xlurch that is used In the United States Ii mud frutu corn Immtiise luuntl ties lire also nod in the nuinnfnctnrc of gtticw Svltlch among other things enttrs laigely into tile manufacturo of beer ass suhtlUute for malt A IitgQ qiutntfty of corn Is used an nattily in the manufacture vbisky Mini nearlv 13000000 bushels are used every year In Ute nmnufaeture of co logne spin tf find nlioiiol Even In the ntaniifnctiirc of these products nothing Islottt TUesiutlnoiifi and pther resi dues in tin imumfiHturc of starch glucose whi ky Jtlll1 alcohol are used as cttttlo fccKl THE GLUTEUS MAXIMUS it In tie StrcincrcKt Muncle In tlicIIu j ii ifoily TiLe strougst muele in tlm hunmn lo ly is tliv gluteus Auixlinns Hardly a niovoiuent of the lower extreinltlea 011 Ix iiise withoutt bringing It into piny but chief duty Is tto balnneO the jKlvfaf on the henxl of the thhzli lone It joists hi currying tile leg for ward Inli oultrirrd lii walking and without Iit aid ilny liiovenient of the body fronf the hips would be Impossi LIe tVAis It t H strtnitest so is It slim the largest miwcle we jX5ss5 In the full grown inaif It Sill exert n force of 110 Pounds to tlH 80Jre inch of Us section In the thickest liertVAtiOlher strotigt muscle which Is sit uated in the cnlf of the Ilgjlst2lpl1 ble of sustaining seven times the weight ofUhobo y lhe great tendOn which is inserted In the lice bone call yLtendon achlllw Is also of slngulhr strength When removed from the c The Eminent KidneyI and Bladder Specialist rte Discoverer fJVSWmPBfat Work IDs Laborstory There isa disease prevailing in thlc country most dangerous because so decep byItheartheartrfailureQrdiseae If kidney trouble is allowed to ad vance the Wdneypolsoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away coY ay cell Then the rffchness of the blood thf Albumen BrightsDiseaseDr Kilmers Swampl oot the new dis covery Is the true Specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless casafter all other efforts have faIled At druggists in fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwampRQctDr Kilmer Go Bjrtghfmton N Y and mention this paper IiPit 3uus s jtaiutu n w elgnL ox JDoay pounds yet sometimes by the sudden action of the muscles of tin calf to which jt belongs it has beer snapped across PERMANENT MAGNETS The Simple Way of 31acaetlzlncr a Dar of Steel The simplest way of magnetizing a tnr of steel la that known as single touchPJhe bar to be magnetized is laid on thc1ablejAid the polTat now erf ul magnet Is rubbed from teii to twenty times along Its length always in the same direction If the north pole of the magnetis Employed the end lot the bar lirst touched will alsobc opposIteIfore returning will be a south voleV There lire other and more complicated methods known as divided touch and doubl touch In which two and even four jnagnets are employedV A steel 11 vaIl ajlso be magnetized by placing It within OIl of insulated wire through whIch galvanlc current Is circulating The magnetism Induced In this way however is weak compared with that which cnhVbe procure If the same strength of current Is inn ployed through the Intervention of an electr magnet Ilianlet at Kliilnore I Shakespearean commentators have Tvoiulercd vhy the poet placed the scenes of Hamlet at Elslnorc Sir the Island of 2tnland whereas the Danish prince lived and died In Jutland But the municipal authorities at Elslnoro discovered In their archives that an English company was acting In their town in IiSTVor loSS and among the names of the actors are sovoral of those who were acting with Shakespeare in London in 1S9 Obviously these ne tors must have talked about their ad ventures lu Denmark and so Shake SITe became well acquainted with Elsluore and when he wrote Hamlet naturally placed the scene In a place which Ic knew by description rathcr than in a place of which ho knew jioth ligV VTls General Utility Consul IIn those larger towns In Turkey where England is represented by i consul that otlleil11 is looked upon as a sort of court of appeal by Christians Armenians Bulgarians Macedonians and even Jews who have probably never heard an English word spolcen- will appeal to the British consul when iuf difllcultles and he rarely refuses his kind offices In ordinary cases Ills unofficial backing df the giaours la effectiveV Curiosity Professor said Mrs Xoozey to the cranky old professor ot archaeology what do you consider the most curl ous thing youvcver saw V Wouian unqnestlonablyt lie replied rUiladelphla iedgerV 0 Moonshine An old lady having been told of the theory tthe ihoon being lInhabited remarkedj with cinphasls Nonsense What becomes ofV the people when here nothing but a little streak of it left V VAppropriate A Chicago girl wrote the bpauty de partment of a local paper and asked VWhatthe reply appeared Big shoes Houston PostV VVCAUSTIC CARLYLE Ilia Contempt For Grent McniWn Subject to MOdificationV Carl llS opinion of Herbert Spencer ns the most unending its in Christen dom must of course be fend In con junction whtl Curlyles derisioni for uiunklnd hi Kciiernl Mostly fools ho cheerfully thought of us all Danviu we know he would not intro nt any price not a word gf him tardlnni Xewman he estimated had fthe brrJi of u medium sized rabbit Ituskiii wet it bottle of sodat water A bad young mail was his sum up of anoth er eminent WrtcVV But these hostile plirasf were sub jject to consldenible modlticntion if the man against Avhom they vere nlnjel came near enough toCarlyle to do him a personal favqi ewu toi pay him u personal compliment Disraeli whom he had described as a mountebaik dancing uponlolnf Hulls stomach oN fered Cnrlyle bnronotcy and elIcited Jfrpm tifp1 together with n 1Il1snll ihe title many tributes to his mi imirfnlty He said verylittle about Disraeli henceforth in Urint and in prJvnlehenpokeof him bjjly its a very tragical comical IdiotS r Loiidoli VCbImicOVtI VTHE1 Reincily Which I C1iilmiil to DP Infilltitic lu lIieujuuninV This relmeily wfiich Is clnlirtcill to tbe Infallible was foriliulntPil mushy VyC1- LIVfltJlJVltthL known physician lVit v Eugiaiui who never lost a patlyut thIs i six or tten hrI aClOl OUrfnlwanil chop line in a r a hot fire adtl lug buttime sailie quantity nieiml ry nnd Alnesar to forum a stiff paste VStirltclI nilnutist Jut Into a cotton bag hue eiujugh to covor time Jungs and aIy to chest mat as hot as till patient the It li about tenrain utts dUll the poultice nnd thus con tinue reheating hut applying and lill1 few hours the patient will be out of danger And Justt here a word of tiu tion Injipplyjng this or any other hot poultice fare must be exercised not tto let the pjulent geL chilled dtiringAtlie changing process Have theLiitall ready to go qn before the coolfug one Is removed nut make the ex 7 iungtd j miiy aua cvrtty tent tLro Is not a niuincnts exposure of the body surface which becomes ex ceedingly sensitive to a chIllV POSITION DURING SLEEP Ellcfttlr Raise the Hcnil anU Lie tlieJllslit Side ORI Tbcmalu object of sleep is that every orgnu of the body should have perfect vestTime brain the lungs anti the heart have been not inappropriately calcd theVVtrid of life us upon them hangs the prosperity tof the whole frame 1enee we slightly raise the head to check the flow of blood tOts brain and more or less quickly find out the position of greatest ease for lungs and heart This will be fomid by sleeping for the greater part of the time on the right side for nearly twothirds of tl j heart Is cii the left of the medial line and the apex points closely to ttsmaller loft lung hence the fullest mini freest play possible should be given to the left side VVA Quiet pulse diminished respira tion and refreshing rest are all com blued wheu open windows moderate warmth and unchaflng heart work to gether ivjs often best to court sleep on the left side and turn to the right before going ntVA rhilnnthropiHt Modern advertising can cope even with the etiquette of courts A Lon don Journal tolls us that a ypungj American woman wished to be prcj sented at the court of the kIngot Saxony The high ofBcfals havlng in quired Into her social standing at home objected They represented to her that thev king could scarcely receive the daughter of a retail bootnjakeri The young woman cabled homeVV and told her father the situation VT he next morning received his answer Cant call it selling Practjcally glying lbe1l1llwny Sec adyertlse mnectVVrunt 0 ed the difficulty She was presented rs the daughter of an cml flOUt philamthropistV i A Doctorn YlNit More patients become dlssatisfipd because they are not visited ofteiv enough than because they are required to OtVOXCOSSOf services One of tliemost grateful families that I ever knew was one that hind just paid a youngiiKdlcal grafter for fourteen visits made be teen 5 and 11 pm of a single slay when two visits would have been am pl3 sufficient Small wonder that sonic of the younger tin yield to this temptation and shortly become known to tie profession as repeaters But these soon lose casteThe World Today Lesion In Modern Finance urn sflldthie son of the captain of industry what is being recreant to oners trust Xof increasing the capital stock ev ery time the public cin be hypnotized Into buying a few mores inres for time benefit of the people who hold the bonds Chicago lleeordHerald Foresight De cfarrjAs you intend to marry her why tla yon consent to her rldlng a bIcyeleVwhemi you are so opposed to it MerKltt Well I knew she would mire hor wayilmt tlC end anti I calcu laledsHIuit by giving in now her fathei4 ittTl baiyfo oar for the blcrcle 3Inde HIin LOW Spirited Near to where we live in Scotland there ISVa farmer who has had cotshI erable experience In wives lie has married and burled four After the death of the last wife a friend of ours walked over one Sunday afternoon to see anti condole with the poor mann who report said timid been an exceed- inglyI kind and Indulgent husband to jill his wives He found the farmer wrrklng listlessly about his dosertcJl garden sympathy having un chained his tongue he exclaimed Aye afWhat with bringing the wives liatuc nnd plttem theui awa I am smile Inuldcn doon low spirited iondomtVCemmtldwolzmnulV i A WrtoiiBT IlcnVA certain officIous person once blus tered 1n1oflie oiilce of W J Hcndel soil the inuslc critic and began to ten him what was the matter with Jean dc Reszkes Interpretation of Wng uers Tristan In theflrst plucesald the caller In confident toileuheJJot the wrong Idea Mr Henderson looked at him a moJ mont Vell he ijcmarked he got his Idea fyoui Wagner Where did you get yours VhlntIinirWonien1 ulls n peculiar fact remarked time observing youth that only one wo man a thou uul can Whistle JXoth1ug peculiar about hatVV re Joined tile man with the abcntluilr As bug as a womaii ci n talk she doesnt dttme to whlstle4lllustnit0vl lulLVJJnntulnl tiIlltyVSo young Smith lyis come Into a for tune Do you tlilnk lie has time maklufg of a t1mmziimttrTV Uniloubtedly Several of theme And iId like to he one jof the biinchlNQw York Vqrljl VioreeIiilyuns4Ypung man JOUSt to lackIopeIyl Vini lire mistak en Jr4 1 inn a rerltnble reservolr of energy awiltlyg a crisis New York rimmmeV 0 Irospcrity 1st a great teacher favcr slty iVfl greiitor possession pampers the mind privation traIns and strength emisitV HOW WE GUARANTEE I Dr Carlstedts 1 German Liver Powder To cure Constipation Biliousness Indigestion Dyspepsia Malcria Nervous and Sick HadC11eSVIarrhwa and Dysentery Go to your druggist and get a bottle of this wonderfulremedy Take it according to directions Then if you feel youhav not been benefited enough to feel satisfied that you will be cured by its use just go back to the druggist and tell him so and he has our authprity to refund you every cent you have paid him Nothing could be simpler kind fai rJbut we are so sure of the results of this medicine that we ate safe in making this guarantee Dr Cftrtotedts CterrrMHl Liver Powder is manufactured by THE AMERICAN PAItACOJ Evansville Ind and sold locally bVV C J HA YDON Phartrfacist i- Tt1iiIT f t rt ii TileRlud beemIn I oVfr years e time sinlatnre IIsonIAllI f What is CA3TOBIA ParIIt V contains neither Opium Morpliinjo nor Stlier Na otJetsubstance Its ago is its guaranfcb It destroys VorMif t WiwlColiceuresoustipatlo tisStomach t The Childrens panacea The lUotliers Friendrr j r GENUINE CASTOR ALWAS ITheI Tn bse For Over 3CXYears tHE THCCTHCW t4t rwe promptlt Z obtain y S and Horelm 1 cdcad model mush or pi eta cihnTcnt1oni rfrecreportoa patentabmtr Ybr free book 5no w lCCUro Patents and TRADEMARKS write to fl IffV M Opposite U S Patent OMI Ii WASHINGTON DC 1WHY ICE STAYS ON TOP Water the So Tp Exception tonii qtli erwlaeCnhc IuI Lw It Is one of time most cstruordlnaryl timings In this extraordinary world nrritcs Henry lartyu Hart luthe Out look that water shoUiabo thCjSdlpcs ccpUou to the otherwise iuiverstr la tliat alf cooling bodica contract mid therefore iuircaso In delJsily Water wntniQls as Its tcuJBcrjiture falls and therefore becomes heavier Vitild HuklUntil Itlieuhj ID degiees ivt this temperature vatv ia tit hear lest This Is the pojut of Its maximum i density From tills point It ucgius to expand Therefprc InVinter nlthoug i the surace iflmI freezing aLa tcm peratiuc of I 2i ffasvistisr the water at the bottom of the pool Is six or Seven degrees warmer Suppose that water like everything else had gone on eontraethig as it cooled until it reached the freezing point The uoaVJost water would bare sunk to the lowest phico and there become lee Althojrgh It Js true thatt eight pints of water become nine pints of ice and therefore icebergs Hoatv showing above the snrfaceanr eighth vof their bun still Jiad the water when at tthe bottom tutd dlnto ice ttbc stones would have locked It In their fluterellccs and liPId it there and before the winter was ovor 3tthe whole pool would become sold ice and all time poor fish would be entombed 4n clear beau tiful crystal JAPANS G013 OF WAti Jlnrltiman Strange to Say Ja a Lovcx v of the Peaceful Dove ITnchhuan the god of war In Japan strange tot Siy loves n dove Ji bird symbolical hi the west of peace and not of war Go td ally temple or shrine where Hncliiutau Is worshiped and you will find a great many doves coo lag either on the roof of the te nple or on the ground below The tablet on which the name of the god is Inscribed begins with the tIdlogfaph of Hnchl the two strokes of which are Intended f tq picture n pair of doves time female on the right ansT time mimic oh the left Doves are Hachlriians fnyortc birds t messengers by which he schd3 good tidings of peace niul loveVHachiman never fights merely to Fn tuite his thfrst r rbooLL He flghtS battles for itatceVfle never makes sacrifices ofjives so that lit glory over the conquered lift is a great en euiy of tymnfs mind Ojiprcssors tie is ever ready to help those who arc op pressed and persecutes He fights wars of Justice lIe wishes to see jus lice done ounJJ sides Ills banncra bear Inscriptions conveying time timouglit of rlghteousiuss and justice Mlsenible will be the fete of any r who venture to violate tlfb peace niulj welfare of time world for Hachlmattlln his righteous wrath Will fuish down such a one under his mIghty feetrJ Chicago Nwi Str 5 tl Them Uljrht He Thry have dropped their anchor SIieomi her llrst trip Serves them right It has been hanging over tthe sde nil day long 4 All men mire equal time day they are born and the day they mire buried f DeWittDeW- IttIs the name to look for when toe go to buy Witch Hiel Save thoorfcfnaJl DeWltfils the only Witch HwelSatre that la maSs from the uradui- tentedWitchiIazell IrnibUondanceroiu DeWItfs Witch Haiel Salve I3ieedinltchmnandBunu Bruises Sprains Lacerations ContuSions Carbuncles Eczema T tter Saltt RheanrtndJiU other Skin 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