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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c r i J jirTHF1 NM1fRFLz1 7 f r t f No29jj ZBJJ Nw Series VoL XI SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT KENTUCKY JULY 21 1904 V fHOC A LL y i JHWpsflMr uI niLin J itmm l JKTho11s p5on Jr Go 1 L UNDERTAKERS J k AND EMBALMERS S Carry in stock all kinia of Foners Inlleg PHONE 53 I 4 OUR DIRECTORY fl SPRINGFIELD unty seat of Ji Washington Gouijty 52 miles south east of j cjcin tpn 59 miles from Louisville onBardstown branch oi Louisville and Nashville railroad in F farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone tines express office flour mills lumber p 1J of uuyards Popuatiori 1100 population county lS000 Representative iu Congress onD J B Smith Hodgenvill6 Ky Representative in Kentucky Leis lature Hon W D4 Claybrookey t Rsprescritativc in State Senate Hon t farryS Lancaster Lebanon Ky =WIt I County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth in February May and Octo- J 2Monday ber vR L Durham Common wealth At ftoraey r 1rM Campbell Cltrki Commiss I lJr G Leaclnuan Master PtOflCf t rv QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday In each month 7 B fhLibeyiudge v COUNTY COURT i County Cv irt meets on the fourth Monday iin eich mouth TrBLLitsey Judge WJP Booker County Clerkt i 7 T SMayes County Attorney 9eorgeCnlettrai1erE jByron Croake Sheriff j Richard Isham fRi lEd Masters iJames F Moore County Surveyor JJ Royalty Assessortt lT P OBryan DeputyiiL Robert Noe Tteasurer r T M MontgomeryrCoroner c JiW Bush Supt of Common jhools PO springfieldll v CITY COURT tJames R IJoe Police JudgecJoK GfJi Marshal v VE Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jiitice Courts are held in January I April July and October t Church Directory c7 METHODIST CHURCH i Rev J D Ward Pastor Services onlhe First and Tfriad Suudavs in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetingi every Wednesday i night CATHOLIC CHURCHC Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser viceVevery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock- a nv Services at St Rose same hours v CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rt Felix Pastor Service gecbnd and fourth Sunday ie each month Co PRESBYTERIAN OHURCHI iileV TD tatimer Pastor Poaching every Sunday at 11 am Pr andiat 1 pm Sunday school every ij snhday at 10 am Prayer meeting 4 Thursday eveningjat 7 oclock Ivcrv BAPTIST CHURCH u Rev Win HartijotiVilIiamsPStOr 4 Reaching evry Sunday at 11 am ndt8 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 nm Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 ocloclc- ====t === Fraternal OrdeRs MASONIC LonGs Springfleid lod ge J C50 meets first and third Mouday in each month Washington R A Chapter No 57 seets every second Tuesday tv Springfield Council No 52 meets on everY fourt Monday 1 7 KNIGHTS of Tmi MACAHEBS Meet ftCJ fu1 ci tt incacbmon AMERICAN k J f SILVER I I I l Tiiuss1 t r llJSrc 11 iffr Zayl e LlCHTii Ifserac1cXe i jecaev iSr t Iljf I lie tj C J Htydcn ManX cvfa certainly a specific for Puts Thuatw discpyery is put up ini caIbhtbe with nozzle o afylitA where taoct needed Stops the iii lat taaU aDd cures Spldby Hay sm Pharmacy c ii W ij C 1i1I t ROUND OF TA1K r lUU1aDlUUlnnnnnnnn nnrJutlUtnuJmnnnnnnnnnI Retrospect Dedicated to vice presiBental noml flees generally I remember I remember The shack where I waS born I ought to for in all the papers Tis featured evry iriprn The swell Queen Annelti whiph I dwell Wontrcorral any vqtest But hot stuff is the homestead old With background full of oats iVemember I remember The grindstone in the lane How memrv yanks me back to when The grindstone gave me pain Igues4ll bunt it mid the junk And then some suckers find Wholl turn it like I used to do For lve an ax to grind remember I remember When I was used to swing And when I used to think besides That swinging was the thing I find the game less jocund now Butt must learn a peech And swinging round the circle make The bird of freedom screech remember I reme her How great Squire Corncob seemed- I thoughthe was the whole works then Bu now I know Ireamed Tdine he bows his hoary head Since Itheticket grace But hell wake too fdr if I win I win but secondpa eEx EDICDLOUS FIGURES Mr Hubert Vreeland Ked tuckys Commissioner of Agri culture publishes with a great flourish and no doubt at a great expense to the State what pur Ilce1ageof tobacco grown in Kentucky during the year 1903 Anyone with a particle of information on he subject can see at a slight examination that the report is full of misleading information and rediculous statements and nstead of being an aid or guide of information to one of the States most important agricul industries it does a great injustice We will take for ex ample the figures given for Washington county being familiar with the true condition of affairs Washington county is- redited in Mr Vreelands re port with having raised 129150 pounds of tobacco during the year 19Q3 That goes out to the world as official Washington county raised 129150 pounds of tobacco over its entire length and breadth What makes the statement more rediculous stills the fact that the acreage is given at it910i which would put the average yield per acre at 67 pounds Think of it you farm ers who have toiled iin field and in barn to make a crop you are credited by our intelligent Corn missioner of Agriculture with raising 67 pounds of tobacco oti each acre of ground or at the market price you produced about 536 per acre Thetrue figures of a tobacco crop are not hard to obtain if the proper methods had been pursued The Continental Tobacco bought and handled at its warehouse here last season 2250000 pounds I of tobacco practically all of which was grown in Washington county From figures and estimates the amount prized and shipped to Louisville breaks was 750000 pounds thus placing the crop of the county at three million pounds If tobacco reports are to betaken asa criterion the State of Kentucky is supporting- an Agricultural Bureau that is doing morej harm than good It IGi OOD PROSPECTS The sit uation in the tobacco mar ket looks oencouraging to grower and unless all Indications fail good prices will prevail for this years crop Authorities on the tobacco market appear to have good arguments to that point anyhow Their opinion for high prices is based on the fact that the independent factories must have stock to run their plants as the Continental this year after the tobacco had left tire hands ofi the producer gobb1ed up every thainde1tGrant it that the Continental has sufficient stock to run with out the present growing crop which is nofe a fact of course that mammoth concern will nd tsit idly by and allo N the inde pendents to buy tobacco at a low o figure but will go into the market and buy therefore the price will continue at a figure that the farmers can afford to raise it for In a nutshel tire situa I tion is this The independents mugt have this crop and have it earlyi andit is not the policy of the Continental to let them have any part of it for nothing Fur ther the Continental must have a goodly portion of the new crdp to continue in business 4 ARROWED DOWN The contest for Circuit Judge of this district has narrowed down to two contestants one from Marion and one frbni Wash ington and from prsent indica tions Washington county has a very favorable chance to have the honor of furnishing the Judge Mr T Scott Mayesyho thought strongly of making the race has yielded his claims to his fellow countyman Mr I H Thurman Who was already in the fight witha determination to win Mr Mayes will take the stump and will throw all of his influence in Mr TJiurmans favor Mr Thurman it is said has even this early received so many flattering offers of support from all over the district that he feels as if he already lhas his race won Doctors Said HoWonld Not lip Peter Fry Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Whaynesbunr and still getting worse the doctors advised me it I had any business te attend to I had better attend to It Sf once as I could not possibly live an other month a there was no cure form Foleys Kidney Cure was recom mended to me by a friend andl inline sent my sou to the store for ii and after taking three bottles I began to1 get better and1 continued to rrriprOye until I was entirely yeP Scidby Wood Campbell Beatnss nnolBceured by local applications afc they cannot reach the diseased portion f the ear There is only one way tocuredpf ness and that ia by constitutional jem edies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tunic When this tube is inflamed jojfhave rumbling sound or iic perfect hearing anur when it is entirely cldsed Deafness iis the result and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing bat an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars forany case of Deafness caused by catarrh tthat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free 1J CHENEY CO Toledo o Sold bydruggists 75c Take Halls Family Pihs for constipation MOO ESVILLE The infant child of Mrs Debby Nally died and was interred at New Hope cemetery last Sunday It dieU of scarlet fever Mrs Carrie Campbell and Miss JBessie Settle of LOuisville are speeding a few weeks with their parents Mr and Mrs B F Settle at Maud r Prospects for a good tobacco and corn crop are gooda the present time Tie telephone will be at Maud in a few days Dr J N Shelan returned from Ihe Worlds Fair Sunday night He was alsoVi attend anedat the Rational liotnocratic conventiop Hegtves allowing account of what he heat and saw Msc Maranda SilE han isstiUI in a precarious condition V countvIoffices seem to be growing worm and it is had to tell who will be the winners in some of the contests VVe do not believe any ipne whdhas opposition will have much of a majority in the county We could make a lew remarks but we fear someone would get wad so if people are fooled they will have to make the best of it Mrs Minnie Mayfield is still on the sick li tas is also Miss Maggie Weekly School commenced at Fairview schoolhouse last Monday will Miss Sallie Montgomery as teacher An average attend ance was on hand the first lay Mr W O Ullis is stilt in the nursery business Any orders intrusted to him will receive prompt attention Mrs Ham Pile and Miss Ross have been in our midst the past week delivermg goods they sold in June Mr Ezra Goodlett of Polin was here Sunday Wheat stacking is gcing on at a rapid rate this week Brnlallv IforluredI A case came 10 light tnat for persistent and unmarciful top lure has perhaps neverfbeen ebualell Joe Goloblcof Colu sa Gal writeSicFor 35 years I ondured insufferable pain from Rheumatism atiq nothing relieved me though1 tried every thing known Icame across El ectric Bitters and iiVs the great est medicine on earth foi that trouble A few bottles of it com pletely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kid ney troubles and general debility Oily 506 Satisfaction guaran teed by C J Haydon druggist Piles UpnTpi oof Piles Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures then There are many diflerent kinds of Piles but if you pet the genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve made by E C DeWitt Co of Chicago ar cure is certain HATisdale of Snmmerton S Csays I had piles 20 years aid DeWitts Salve cured me after every thing else failed Sold by all drug- gistsi The oxygenized strength of the healing pines combined with other welt known kidney and bladder remedies is dreseuted in Pineulee This new discovery gives immediate relief arid permanently cares all kidney and bladder troubles Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Pnbllc sale If not sold privately before I Dillon MONDAY JULY 25 wi4 at the Court House door inj Springfield Ky offer for sale to the highest bidder the farm for merly owned by Dr HITHordI deceased situated on the Spring field and Lincoln Run turpike 2 miles from Sprinsfield Said farm contains 150 acres all in grass but AJ5 acres has on itaj fair dwelling two new barn three never failing wells and all necessary outbuildings and would maka a find dairy farm Terms made known on day of sale JoliN Vi loRD Kentucky FainDates Danville Aug 8 3days Kirksville July 152days Crab Orchard Juty 27days Harrod burg Aug 93days Lawrenceburg Aug 164 days Sbepherdsville Aug 23 0 days Shelby ville Aug 234 da 7sISpringheld Aug 234 days Somerset A g304 days Nichol sviJle Aug 303 days Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 34 days Elizabethtown Sept O4 daysj Hartford Sept 214days Georgetown Aug 94 days LAnL Mr W C Price who resides near Bardtovn has in his pasI IIwatchi II anI openfaced pat Dtleer affairf and was made by Joseph son at Liverpool England Mr Pried is 83 years old and the watch was presented to him on his wsixteenth birthday by his father Mr Joseph Price who established the first pottery in t iis section of the State The latter gentleman sold Mr Steph en Cambton a pioneer citizen of anditookthepaym date on thotvatch to indicate its age but iit is bound to be con siderably over a century old Untilafew years ago it kept ex cellafit time Some of the works are now out of order and the Watch is only valuable as an heirloom Bavdsjown Standard 0 Pity ShOWll For years fate was after me continually writes F A Gullege Verbena AlanI had terrible case of Pilescausing24 tumor When all failed Bucklens Arnioa Salye curdd me Eqnally good for Burns end all aches and pains Only 2c at C J Haydonj Drugstore THRftILINGErISOLrnPI3ncei On HI Way fo SetMe In Nelson County In Sketchest of Kentucky is narrated the capture of John Lancaster by the Indians while emigrating to Nelson county from Maryland In 1788 John Lancaster Uol Joseph Mitchell and his son Alexander Brown started for Nelson county en a flat boat While proceeding down the Ohio near Maysville tthey were confronted by a large party of Indians with lleveledl guns One of the chiefs known as Shawnee Jim caused a White flag to be displayed from the shore and intimated in broken English that their object was to trade witn the whites At thisc juncture askiff manned by four Indians was rowed rapidly toward the flat boat and struck so violently as to upset the skiff which precipitated three of the Indans into the water Lancaster jumped to their rescue and succeeded in saving them All the whites were then taken prisoners Having robbed the boat ot its effects the Indians departed taking the prisoners with them Camping for the night after stripping the prisoners of their clothing they bound them hand and foot and tied them to stakes driven in the ground Then throwing a blanket over each they were left for the night Next morning the prisoLers were taken to an Indian villag Here Mr Lancaster as adopted into the tribe and named Kioha ba or Running Brook and he was treated with great kindness Several days afterward Mr Lanj caster WdS left in charge of Chief Shawneb Jim who was iir- a sullen mood At length the chief began to quarrel with his squaw The woman became tightened and fled from the carirp Her husband followed i ner and afterwards returned t home aloue andas Mr Lancas ter supposed murdered her Att daughter of the chief was stand ing near LanCaster at the time and she told him to run Being assured by the girl lhat11idrO father meant harm to him Lan caster turned andfled Looking t backwards hesas a burly savage raining blows upon the body of Col Mitchell with a tentpole t Lancaster afterwards learned that Jpol Mitchellis son vas bathed at the stake CoL Mitchell and Brown were aClerw rds s ransomed and returned to their friends After six days fatiguing travefwithout fbodvsave four turkey eggs Lancaster found himseW on the Ohio He managedto cross the stream on the floating trunk ofa tree and succeeded intConstructing a raft upon which he was finally borne to the forks of the Ohio He made his vay to thesettlementon Hardins creekwhdre he located Lancaster s has many descendants Nelson and adjoining counties AllDreisis ask the readers of this paper who are suffering vith indigestion or dyspep sia to call on them at once and get a tbottlet knew the value or this remedy as 1we know it you would not suffer another day Kodpl Dyspepsia Cur la a thorough digestant rid tissnebailding tonic as well It is endorsed person ally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Curedigests what you eat It is pleas ant palatable and strengthening Sold by all druggists IGhambcrlains COlic CholeraandI diartaea RemedY This remedy is certain to be needed suJrtIed upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases It is especially val uable for summer disorders in chil dren It is pleasant to take and never fails to give prompt relief Why not buy it now It may save life For sale by cJ Haydon r foriiDr flight mi Dayw The busiest and mightiestlit tie thing that ever was madeis Dr Kings New Life pUs These pills change wtakness into strength listlessness Intn energy brain fag into mentalII power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Onjy 25c srer box Bjld by C J H 3 don PrJigt aV r I 2 awwHsaww eHaswK5 ii uuHiiifiii W j os IloIo Of LOC5AL aaDaARftAnnnnRn INTEREST Jtnii A GREAT GAME One of the most soulstirring hairraising sensational games of baseball ever seen On the home grounds was the game last Friday afternoon between the Springfield and Lebanon baseball clubs The game abounded in excitement from start tQ finish and there were enough brilliant plays and misplays to keep the fans up on their toes at all times The Lebaiton aggregation came load ed for bear They lave a team made up of players from various parts of the country and they have somje good ballplayers Brown theboy from Mackyille this county does the pitching arid does it well and the team behind him gives very good sup port but they cant bat a little bit at leatthey failed on that occasion to do anything to pitch ertm George dolvins delivery The runs that were made by Lebanon were due to Colvins wildness at times coupled with errors of certaininfield players The visitors failed to make a single earned run The home team put up a poor fielding game but were mere fortunate in bunching their hits than were their ojpponents They missed leyeral chances of winning the game however before they did take the final and successful one In the eighth inning with three men on bases and two out 001 yin knocked a high fly back of shortstop Both Sanders and Phillips ran for the ball and collided with terrific focce With the ball on the ground the bases should have been cleared which wiould have given the Spring fields enough runs to put them ahead Cain failed to run in on time however and was caught at the hpmeplate retiring the siue wth the score standing 7 to 6 lit favor of Lebanon It was in the last half of the last inniiig that the local boys made their grandstand finish Lebanon was one ahead It took one score to tie and two to win two batsmen had gone ut and the crowd was begirinmg to disperse thinking it was all over Marks got to first on an error and the crowd paused fIt was Hagans time to bat but a brilliant ideq struck Capt Cpl vin determined to take one desperate chance to nnInnIh4 Jim Graves whowhq jjittjei but had in the game was called on and he proved the manor the emergency Two scores were needed to win and there stood a runner on first awaiting the effort of the man with the stick It came Graves caught ile sphere squarely on the nose and lost jt away out in left field The crowd went wild The trick was done so easilyand- o unexpectedly The Lebanon rOd went home knocking against tough hick TOO SLowThe Lebanon Enterprise thinks Judge Packer was a little islow iin announcing his views on the financial ques tion Tne Enterprise was the first newspaper in the State to de dare forJudge Parker but we cannot sincereiy defend his gold en message as an utiprem dioJ tated utterance As an advocate of the gold standard the Judge could have with all due respect tothe high office which beholds expressed his convictions on the monetary question at a time much earl er than he did Alter the Albany Qonventior In his own State at which the support of New York this given him and when a set of resolutions with no reference to gold standard was passed in our humble opin ion wouldvliave ben a far more auspicious pccasibni for him to have committed himself His dash from sil peot the particular time henlid so takes the monetary question from the ap proaching campaign but leaves his motives peito unfriendly criticism I SADLY AFPLICJTED Tne Market correspondent of Lebanon Enferprise has the iol1I lowing tosay about the froubfea of a former Washington count OOO7cc 5M t citizen Mr Thomas B Hicks of Bradfordsville who was summoned to New Mtlrket tthe past week by the sudden death of his little grand daughter Hazel Moberli has certainly beeE a man sorrow and feqqtiaijtted with fgrief In December he buried his third wfe tbe2ifJune he was summdnedto Lonid ville where his eldest daughter Mis Jennie Hite died and now to New Market making the third member of his family hav passed away m 6 the last six months IMPROVEMENES Mr Luther Burns who is one of thetowas most enterprising property owners is making more improve onpMain street He has made an extension to the back of P J Thomas storla building and Coxs butcher shop and greatly im proved the quarters for business By building up theirI the rear several additional rooms have also been made to the flats above Prom an old building in bad repair MrBurns his con vertedhis property into a first class modern apartment house and business block which should yield a profitable income LEBANONS COURT Hous i Wuhihtbe n xtfew days County Judge Cooper will issue a call for a special meeting tour Fiscal Court to convene atant early date to consider the proposition of a new court house This action is made necessary oo account ot an order fssued by Judge Jatte son at the April term of the Circuit Court condemning the pre sent house as unfit for the pure poses lr which it is used Opin ions of our best llegal talent differ as to the effect of the condemna tion order and the object of the meeting is to consider whatsteps irenecessary to be taken Falcon MARRIEDDr T D Latimer of the Presbyterian church this place performea the ceremony which united the hands andj h aits of a young couple from Lebanon one day last weeky The JohnICrawford and Miss Jennie Gad dis was the bride The couple drove over from Lebantn and were quietly married by Dr Lat iimer in his study JBAPTIST SEKVICES The new pastor Rev Win Harrisoh Wil Hams will have for his Sunday evening topic during the summer The Story of Joseph J Hehts announced the following topics July 24 Joseph and Pojbiphar July 31 Joseph and Phardah Aug 7 Joseph and his Brothers Aug 14 Joseph and his Father Aug 21 Joseph and his God AN OLD FAIlrcFor fear that it might be forgotten Unclej Dick Alexand dropped into thet office a few days since and told us that he is a son of the first girli l child bbfrt m Kentucky Fis1 mother was Mary Caldweil who was a grandchild of he first mao who came to Kentucky after Daniel Boone and sbe was born May 10th 1798 Just about the time she was born he says William Lawrence built the firA house within the present limits of this city and hisfatLej3 was there a little boy attbat time and his grandfather assisted in etsLosing your hair Comiic out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in that Why dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor and Hair Vigor r pdYltopthe falling Tour hair will begin tp grow too and all dandruff will dJs appwr Could you rcuon ably expect anytkfRJ betttr Ayarg Ye a yktrwee talus uiIYSf1 i1 wc 1cJ fore Z Jf II llJinJl itj tt the raising Uncle Dick says j tthat he found the Dairyofhwi 71 1 fagof printed by a firm iin Louisville U and he promises us a look attha j r book as soon as it comes from j Ihepress He says that tet J t boo will pel for ten dollars a4 copy Uncle Dick is jjustly proud of his ancestry and loses no opportunity to let people know of his pride Ande ont r tNews q tlIrttII f wjriteg Before I started to use Fo leyV Kidney dnjel had to get upifrom Itwelve to twenty timesva night ad I was allbloated upr yvitb dropsy and my evcsijhtwa ao impaired I could scarcely sceoiie of my family atspaa the rpom 1 had given up hope oftivItrig when a frifcixd mommened Fql tf 1 leys Kikney Cure bne SOc bottle j worked wonders ini before haditaken the third bottle the dropsy had gone as well aajall other symptoms of V Bright disease Sold by VoodiJc Campbell j1 J4lie pill that will will till the bill Without a gieTo cleanse thleliVerwithut a quiver f Take at vDeWittssmall easy to take easy and gcritciii effect yet they are so certain inre suits that no one who uses them Is disappointed For quick relief from to biliousness sick headfche tPrpsd N liyer jaundice dizziness and all y troable8 arising from an inactivCi sluggish liver Early RIsers arc lnn f equaled ioldbyj all druggfets j K f SafrIrilbftGhllir l Notwi stan li1gi111 that is done by 4 boards of health and charitabIj ia dined pereonsthQ death rate among children isVver high dnriBg thfhotv weathcrof the Summer months in the r large cities T jiere is not probably onC case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that tould1 not ba cored by timely use ot Chamberlains OUoC Iffaled t iIIti IcOnthe new Presbyterian Orn J frhadage in Kentucky Dr Beat tie writes The beaiiMfn country boiB of Mrs Sallie K Grundyr lhiffby her will to the Synod of item tacky for an orphans home is an enduring monument to a very worthy Christian woman The farm consists ofvsif hundndi acres of fine bottom laRd welt improved iih Washington county EyM aboutsjxj miles from Spring tied The buildings are in a t grove of fine forest trees fa d hill overlooking a fertile valley T A large stream of waterwinda IJ through the bottom land with its attractive fringe of trees Bei Yond this irises a wood d ridge I long the side of which the 1uThemainj substantial and spacious struc j tare built accordiug to the ideas of solidity and strength ifrhiclj characterized the best country homes of generation ago It ii surmounted bjra Urge obsrya tory and isj surroundedt by all the secocdary buildings which enit r into the complete equipment cf a country gentlemans residence The farm the house the fur oiture the silverware and Other personal properyjvaluedJ Wt understand at about6OOal1 are left ttcf this Noble charity the Hon John W Lewis anti the Rev W yDayis are jioaai nated iw the will M ex cultor We doubt jiot the Sjr wM of jtB trcky will cheferfuirjiiccep udadminister this trus t It would be difficult to find a mor ideal spot fora hQmeforbdTf per ticularly It is a proof of the wisdom arid grace of the gesis it ous donor and an exainji4ef ii piration well almd trI to pr yoke like minded liberality iJi others1 cat tf i Are caiiMd by lipdljfcstipjt IfjoVeat A little too Mxuclf rif ion are subject to attacks 4f indlffistioa tile scteieiack expands shells aHdpuf1 np akaiVtlke heart This crojil th art aad IItoriHa the bftiUk Rapid actbesa add k art dkeae iis tbn1 rslie9ol DTs eCut itig siwtyou tat tafeei thfatrai ftf fbclMWri i curls MiOI dyarusis stoniacli ttd contribieoMrIaiet ItrUtlli health to sry oraa ethe bodySoIdby all d1uft4E Pineulei it tlM nas a ei ovctJ pt up Inw wsy Is I cre forai Xy tnblei 1kmt tlt Yoii I are reqbeStCd tooall w riiiet isa ahoy 7 it1elt dj illthe ptsse BoM by Haydoh sTeyW- mvisBr Tws t- 1f W9o tnM IUfNfWSlfAD TtTBttiHUD ZVEZY THURSDAY t A YIEAB IN ADVANCE urfSPltlKGFIILDiKVi 2 ns E L DAVISON Jr cEBITOR PCSLISHEK Local eibv fres tooUces 10 cents p 4 ck Bubseqentinsertipa and political matter CA 6n ndldatcs cents per lin i Job work is done at lthate5btt casl Iust be paid on delivery of goods Altertlsisi contracts made on liberal rm obttuarle and resolutions of respect a ants perline i AofzulcTs 4city MKi3lntes JOstrIetOMCC5 CedRty OflIcers h 1JJQ t THURSDAY JULY21 1904 For I Circuit Judge to announceauthorizedWe are fIH THUR TAN I Isac ndldate for the office f Circuit Judicial Judge of this the Eleventh strlctcon1PQscl of Washington Marion Taylor and Green counties of the Demoactionsubject Ip the cratic party to announceauthorizedWe are n L L1TSSfor reelection to thecandidateJ as a omcof County Judge 0fWaShIflg0- 1countysubCct to the action of th I5emoCrattCPrimY August 6190f- to announceauthorizedWe are BYRON CROAKB i as a candidate far the ofllce of County Judge of Washington county subject Sth theaction of the Democratic primary Angust 0 1904 SWeare authorized to announce a T SCOTT MAYES reelection to theasacantlfdate for olnlof County Attorney Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August S4 4 We are authorized to announce V UF BbOKER a tcannidaU for reelection Totbe to the orilc6 of County Clerk subject a lion of the Democratic primary August 0 1901 Wearc autbcrized to announco the namoTof GEORG fl PARROTT EiSa canaidate for tue office of Sheriff Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Election November 19Q5 p authorized to announce V 0 are J S OSBOURNE R1 candidate for the office of Sheriff If elected fi- B county Sof Washington Poivell Ed Masters Sam Andersoil Eddleman illba his- and Herbert depdtleB Subject to the7 action of the Democratic primary August 6th Ware authorized to announce f FRANK KEEN tdSS candidate for the office of Sheriff o1VasbInton county subject to tie action of the Democratic primary- August 18C4 If elected his deputies will be R U Mullican Henry Timpn George Cocanougher and- George Bowenr Wo are authorized to nnounce GEORGE D CA LETT aa acanaidate for reelection to the office of Jailer of Washington county subject to the action or the Demo Sztti primary August 6tb 1904 lJ jYcarc authorized to announce- ST PO RYAN SasacadiaateIorthe0mCei Of Asses 4 sor of Washington county subject to tJic action df the Denfdcratic primary August 1904 Yoiir support re spe tfully solicited We arc authorized to announce- w D CLAYBROOKR- a3 a candidate for Representative i- nta1vcrl house of the JKentucky Leg islaturc from Washington county sabject lo tile action of the Democratic prinary August 6t 19 4 v tWeare authorized to announce W S Y GOODLETT g iis a candidate for the office of tepre seutative in the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature from Washfng ton county Bubjecr to the action of theDemocratic prImaryAugustt0 4Wcare authorized to announce MISS tELL A Ii SHAUNTY as a canpi ate for the office of Super intendent of Public Schools of Wash Jngton county subject to the action jofeiiie Democraticprimary August 6 19OJ t o are authorized to announce- v J W BUSH A ay Candidate for reelection o tie ofilce tof Superintendent of Public Schoqls Of WaR ington countysub ject to the action of the Demdcratic primary Augustfl1904Sf t4Wa mnounce this week the r if 7 andiditcyofi Mr T HThurman 1of this place who desires the positionl of Judge of this the Elvhth Judicial district i Kentucky composed of the counr Uas oft Washington Marion Yt yoraqd Green Mi Thur stywUl of course b subject to tlw action of the Democratic parly Miv Thurman needs no introduction liom us to thQ yotens of this district for his A acquaintance Is wide and his popularity iis of equal propor tions Although a comparative lV youft ntahe has rapidly forged ahead until he now standin the front ranks of the successful practitioners of the is rictA inn of keen intellect and quick perception and possessing a mind well versed and lildlrwho would deal justice strictly without fear or favor There is perhaps no man in the district who stands higher in the coun cUs of his party than Mr Tliur man and when there is work to ofIpemocracy lie has always been found ready and willing to per form his share A man of un ttiring energy and ambition has made a success in all of his undertakings and he has en l tered this contest with his usual determination to succeed and his opponents if there be any must needs consider well and look to their interests Reliable news from the far East is hard to obtain and the public has only unconfirmed rumors on which to depend The latest burich of rumor says that a Chinese junk which has arrived at Che Foo briings a report that 4000 Jajanse were killed by the explosion of a mine at Port Arthur July 12 The Chinese also report that a Russian torpedo boat sank a merchant ship mistaking her for a Japanese transport These reports arena confirmed It is admitted at St Petersburg that the Russian losses at Motien Pass were larg er than estimated jin Gen Kurp patkins report Gen Kuroki says the Russians lost 2000 and the Japanese 300 meii Other reports say tile Japanese loss was heavier one correspondent estimating it at 1200 The Pemocratfc party appears tu behaving some difficulty in selecting a campaign manager At a meeting held in New York they are said to have asked Sen ator Gorman to accept the chair manship of the National Corn mittee and that he has the mat- tirf under consideration Mr Gornian was iinvited by Judge Parker to visit Rosemount to ay with former senator Davis but fclie invitation vas declined the Maryland Senator telegraphing Parkerjj IatrS Viisbur4 Mr J Mj Trent aid wife spent Sunday with relatives at Kirkland S Mi Crume and wfe IDr guests cf Mr Thos Trent hland Sunday HB Greenwoocr bought Mrs JW Buttons property fcr 750 Mrs Burton is thinldug of going West soon John Sutton of McAfee and Miss Addie jSnodgrass of lor- nishville paid our lown a call Sunday oJ C Foster and wife attended church atfTatham Suaday Mr W S Gibbs was in Har rodsburg Monday Mrs Sue Vice and daughter of Hillsboro were the guests of Rev Ji A Sims and family last week Mrs A B Wells and Miss Bettie Cummins wqre visiting relatives at Beechiand the firs of the weekr Mrs Luella Birch and daugh terof Louisville are guests at Birchwood Misses Ethel Settles and liula Pinkston of BrooksVille were in our towa Saturday Mrs Sue Merritt spent seVe ral days with relatives at Mack rule last week Mrs Steve Colvin of Spring field spent the lay with her brother J M Trent Monday- M C Clreathaiji iefttbis place for Decatuf Ill He is expecting to make that place his future jomiMiss Annie Mcllvoy gave her AversPilsi Want yottr moustache or beard 1t tbeautiful town or rich black Use KK23r i Weriiifii UHmnni H iJiWiWi WHi Ki News From the County = t Happening Among the County People as Reported by our Correspondents i young friends an ice cream sup per last Thursday evening All report a good time J Pleasant Grove V Rev W T Overetreet will preach here the fifth Sunday Mrs Garland Thompson of Louisville is visiting relatives hereSMr and Mrs T J Trentand Byon Parts went to Louisville ThursdayS Miss Jennie Leaclman enter laired several of her friends Monday evening in honorof Mr Charles Duncan S Miss Lera Reed and Mr Dan Kelly will be married in thei parlors of St Ruse Wednesday afternoon at four oclock Mrs J C Taylor has returned from trip to Louisville Miss Lillie VanArsdale enter tained Wednesday evening from Sto hf Miss Elizabeth Mae Gregory attended the lawn fete gWen by Miss Sadie Mayes Thursday evening Mrs W H Sweeney and sons are visiting Mrs N P Thomp son Miss Sue Duncan ison the sick list this week Mr George Robertson was here a short whileundriy Valley Hiir Hit is not intruding upon your patience too much we will again supply a few items regarding our citizens Miss Imogene Goatley pen last Wednesday night with Mis Sue Edgerton who is visiting in1 this neighborhood Mrs Margaret Offutt visited Mrs Mary Janes of Science Hall last week Miss Addie Lee Piles returned home last Thursday after a pleasa itvisit to relatives in Springfield Lee VanArsdalo has removed farmafMtSterling will saw several thousand feet of lumber to erect tobacco and stock barns Mrs Hugh Goatly visited rel atiV snear Science Hall last Thursday Mr Ball Cleaver of Lebanon visited in this vicinity last week Spveral from this place atteLd ed the picnic at Frederickslown last Saturday They were dis appointed however as it was postponed James Moran attended the social given by Miss Lillie Vriti Arsdale Thursday night Your correspondent at this place was in the Grove neighbor Hood Sunday visitingjriends Tne question asked by the Tathatnb Springs correspondent regarding fishing is certainly an easy one It is very touching for a crowd of town sports to come out toour fishing waters and fish as much as they please and return withOut being bothered andMf a gang of farmers go fishing they are all indicted andhavp to pay more than seve ral messes of fish would cost therefore the farmers lot is a sad one When it comes to the fish question If we can get on the good side of the jury next term we ill all join in and have a fishing party but if not we will have to postpone until the fish will bite at the hook and it may oe that we can get a mess sometime during the nert J2 months If any of the town au thorities wish to go fishing just come out and we will surely es cort them Several from this place conI template attending R E GodI dardsSale near BUrgin July 20 One of tno mind readers of this place says that if he is not mistaken the Grove correspond ent is only out of humor because heis excluded from the wedding tyrhoott that is expecting to swoop down upon that flourish ing neighborhood As far as we know the Grbve correspondent Is a congenial person ands we cannot see why he should not be Deluded but it may be that we The dose is oncjttt one pill at bedtime Sutarcoated mild certlln They cure constipationi 2i1 BUCKINGHAMS DYE J nFl O3 r Kill t MHOi are not included in the knowit all society The picnic that Vas tp be held Iat Fredericksburg Saturday was postponed until a more suitable time Several persons went while It was cool that morning and had to return in the heat of the day This was a sad disappointment but nevertheless we cannot be pleased always Mrs Sherwood Weakly isquitfi ill at ibis writing of typhoijt fever W N Elliqtt and family visited his brother Elmer Elliott of ooar Texas Saturday aiid Sunday Johnnie Janes visited relatives near your town Saturday and tSunday Miss Sue Edgertoij the charm mil visitor from rHillsboro has returned home after a pleasant pcasant visit to relatives in this vicinity Several from this place have been attending thq protracted meeting at Maud for the past week Mrs Samuel Tucker is visitt ing relatives near Bloomfield this week Missi Sarah Tucker the charm ing iisitor of Miss Mable Tucker has returned to her home in Louisville UNO L den nton A few of our boys went to Gin cinriati last Sunday on a trip pleasureI jWe are needing rain thisI sectiom JMesrs Co anugb i r Math erly are doing good Business in their shop JeIceivpdThe Misses Marlin cf Springfield are up to attend meeting tt Beech Grove this week E Carrico of Stanford is visit ing A H Grain this week NannieMay Harmon has about 6 s 70 stock sheep lor sale Bu yersII will see X H Grain for The entire crop is for sale Heriry baby died Sun day and was buried iin Bethlehem Martin and wife were Bob Sunday j J L Goode and wife of Nova da were Nannie Harmon Sunday Jno Stalon sold some to the Lebanpn Lumber Ca- Price to us v The farmers of this are very busy their with crops most of Ihem ar s through with their corn hay and oats harvest and tobacco keep them hustling and work hands cannot be found at any prJce Miss Katie Hardin visited her cousin Miss Nellie Cheser llast week Mr Tom here Saturday and Mr J as Yocum formerly of this county but who has lived in the Indian for a num ber of years is friends and in the county The Rev R jSjle was unable to fill his at Rock Bridge church and He isgetting so feeble that be can not get about much and it may be that his congregation may never have the pleasure of hearing his warning and pleasant voice from the pulpit Miss Dlara Sheajherd of Shep herdsv le has charge of the public s5hool at this place also Miss Ana Jones of Pleasant Grove is at Cedar Grove near here Mrf Sarah Fester is r her son Mr Merritt Poster ati Willisburgr Services pre held ever morning and Prayer Meetitg every Wednesday night at the new house of worship at this place These meetings are very largely attended LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield postoMce for Mrs Lizzie Boone Mr Tine lEdelenj Mrs Lizzie Edelen i M Richard Hyde Persons caning lor tnese letter will please say and give dateof list W A P M v Canary The little infant child of Mr and Mrs John Barker died July 6th Mr and Mrs Elvin Yaste and Mr and Mrs Elvin Andersdn spent with the family of R C Canary Lee Hiatt and Mis Adray Canary were in Lebanon Saturday and LItseyIthel jLitsey last week MissMay Logsdon spent last week with Miss May Lanhann Mr Will Bphanon and wife are visiting friends at Garet this week IR C is on the sick list The moonlight party given by Mr and Mrs RV P Lanham last night in bpqof of Mr Wallace Adams was a nice affaIr The young people enjoyed them selves and had a nice time Brack Yaste is On the sick list this week j Music at Mr and Mrs Lee Hiatts Friday night given by Mr and Mrs Lewis of Danville A EI EI EI rim Wood Campbell m ggTHELEADINGS m m3 Pharmacists mII Main St Springfield MyS m rlptiOnsmtt BBBBBB Youngs Monday cemetery Matherly visiting Hatchett visiting lumber unknown ScruviIIe vicinity but MattipglyandIamily- visited relatives Sunday Territory visIting relatives appointment Saturday Sunday againi teaching visiting Sunday week- JuIy2O1004 advertised Waters Sunday Sunday Canary Thursday In MemoriomS Cotnirunicatcd It is with a sad and aching Jieartthat tpdayI grasp my pen in hana and chronicle the sad death of a friend and school rifaterC Cecil Gibt s He wa born August 19 1334 at camden Anderson county Iv he was the eldestchild of Mr and Mrs W S Gibbs He spent his child hood days where be was born his first teacher beingDr M W Hyatt of Springfield Just foun years ago Mr Gibbs moved with his family to this place and Cecil attended school here One year and afterwards taught two terms where he gained the love and friendship of the fpupils at this place He attended school at Harrodsburg under his uncle Profl Cbas Bell While in that city he was converted untoChrist at the Christian church under Dr Buckcer do won scores of Iriends at that place and upon lleaving called for a letter fom the church showing that wanted CKri t for his guide heI protector It was the secynd Lords day in January he was startingto church when he hap pcned5to the accident Six long months he bore his sufferings arid afflictions patiently and seemed to realize Isis condition and was prepared for the uigel of death His father and mother and other friends were at his bedside when be died The re mains were brought to Spring celd where a number cf friends from this place met tbom from there they came on to their country home where the sister and brothers awaited the sad home coming of their darling brother The funeral took place onTue dar evening at the Chris tian church Dr Bucknerof Jar rodsburg conductel the services approprijte aJ S7W Sole Agents for 2 OldHickory and Studebaker t agons Headquarters tti ir rilttjn Ji l1 Ji ItSn ii J c rl I i 4ttf f BllggiesinlplefRMSUPPLIESSPRIGFIELD r aM ldrSeeds rt JP J t Ye handle of all 1o suit cj the purchaser HiJlide Plow rJiCall and e n of Harness Co11ais j l Work Gear tJ SEED OATS Cash Paid for HIDES and FllRS were J J Sharp J K Wilson WL Wells H B Greenwood Dr S1 M Crume E JD Suther land Twelve young ladies who- rew his pupls paid due respect to their teacher assisted by MorrisWjison and Earl Cheat ham Alter the funeral the remains were deposited in the Fairview cemetery to await the resurrection morn Cecil had friends by the score in this and adjoining countis he was a bright ambitious energetic kind good boy and will be great ly missed from the society circles bat we point the fond lovlrg parents to that great Master who will all their sorrows share It was for a grand and noble pur pose that Cecil was called to that lovely palacea h me prepared for all who love the Master We extendSour sympathy in tl i your bereavement nnd ever remember it is Jesus C irist ho is our comforter inthe hour of trouble There iu reaper whose name ii death And wkh his sackle ken He rqaps ttle bearded grain at abreaih- Ahd j the llovvers that AFRIENDI sty beteen Willishurgr Ky Commissioners Sale James H Burns ad nr c Pit- V8 EqUy Della Burns et nl arts J By virtue of a judgment and Orderj of sale of the Washington court rendered at the May term thereof 1104 in the above cause I sjall proceed to offer for sale at tbe Court House door in Springiield ly- ON aiOHDAY JULY 25 19 1 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be ing county court dov to the higheBt bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following deS- Cribed property towit Beginning at a point on the Willisburig and Chaplin turnpike road tJ corner to James Sddlt thence with his line as follows S 40 + w 895 poles to a stake in a drain as it meanders S 36J w225 poles thence S 15 w 852 poles drain thence down and with said S 52k w 1168pOles to a beech onside of the drain corner to said thence S54 w 18 poles thence with said Scotts line S Sii E 21 poles too stake On the ridge Scott thence up the hill run Ding snag on a branch corner to Prather and Yocum thence thencf S 29 E 22 poles to a down and with the meanders of same S 39 w6poles S 54i w 3 15 poles S 22i w 3i poles S 8u1 w 7 poles S 31 w 5 poles S 45 w lIt poles S 8H w 6 poles S 45 w 14 25 pules to a stone jnst above a leaning sycamore on the Noith side of Waier Run thencE thence down same leaving same 2 3l on the left bank as you go 90 poles to a stake opposite mouth of the long branch thence up and with the meanders of same as follows N 30i E 16V poles toa small oak neara water gap N 2H E 27 41 poles thence N 20 E 18 poles to mputh of another branch thence up the right hand fork N 31+ ElQi poles N 33+ E 15 J poles thence N aa E 17 poles thence N 42t E 19 poles to a beech snag thence N48E24 poles thence N 49 E 18 68 poles thence N 20 E 1886 poles thence N 46 J E 4 poles to end of a slat fence N aOt E 4 poles f a store Prathers cor jer also corner to Chen ham thence witn the fence s it now stands jnelleaviDS 69 E lat poles thence S 74 E 36 8 poles thence S 87 E 84 5 poles to middle cf said pike tljence with middle of saId pike 3092 poles to the beginning con taining 78 acres For the purchase prIce the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties muse execute bond hearing legal interest from dated sale until paid and haying the force and effect of a Judgment Bidder will bo required to comply with this terms MG LEACHMAN rCwCc When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by CT Hapdon 1 Foleys Kidney Care zku kktyi crrJ E for aU + 8 Phone NotiO u Jr 1 c I G I an v is f cd D E o R I fCMlae viikMt ttb II sell C Qantity frori Carload M Tornado Diso 1Jarrois 1Q1ier ChiI1ed piS fl Bring Your Buggle 1 TO THE New paint Shop iI JCASEYS OLD STAP- DaSPRINGFIBLD Y- Buggies and rriagepaintedi1 fist1iiI styl9anqln uptoda manneiv ltP faction guaiante Prices reasonable J BTTTlS IETOR FOR CHILDREN zgu1atesthestopsayingtJJttyWYewe ol 0rensboro KJOur baby wa while teething Hb boW seemed control Three physicians gave him up Owens Pink Mutbre i cnouhit j t itII 1 FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS 25CHdSlCbIWLI Forsale byCJ HaydonPfiarrnacistJ i 1 Rare Oppoffieit L1 FOa- y1l1l Capitalists Inyeslors mnra eer IIalong the tines the Ptii i and South Ilf Diract ji 1I Af f Tex s Tnroygh Pullman Sleeping ReclininiT Chair 1Ji Aomeseekers Excursioas first hiri Taesi exckMMtk 1 literature folder etc on application i H TOWNSEND I Q ajl Passengerand STLOUI5 Ticket Agent 3ZJIfy Qtuer Its mighty ijuocr nboiit faianics ThercV Mr pShimghnpssj flip hast no ehihlreii rta If I rayiniinbqr eorrfct jy It was tile same with her niotueii Ufe 31a1lii Himself AsrrccnMs Strnrki Corge sajs was horn with silver spdouIn my mouth SEtinCiIin that little iuontM OI seIt wag one pf those after dinner toffee poons Clovfflqnd Plain Deal er Creditors have better memones luau lebtOrsFnnkIIii FAIREST KIND OF OFFER tff If Mona Doe not Cure Dysptpala Gil Your Moncy llackal Wood- IIchastu Campbells I dyspepsia GUARANTEE We hereby agree tI refunJ ttiI tthetr tells us that it has failed to cure cs1hi J btxciora months Wood CampbelL t fkeMioNafof5 moeth ooxJ contains two weeks teateut arrilif it dod Lot heji you bring hack the emptr boxestb Wood A Catapbell and corIlanceI ShI Wd alln t11y a Bushelfr b tit ia Zt Alf ra3S ii k J sJ S S l LP sirs beyond IiI I foe Indigestion OUbJet 5 uc Sample end boo k SI tll bi 5 I 1 f tC J I ct1N J DiiNTJjIt 1JIp jkjj eoUTE l f Great VestSYstCli HP liacsii Missouri fafisjasij Kansas Jndiait l territory Louisiana and I H andFree Gars uclt ys IIt t Descriptive maps l C I a trgalnvenf IIti I 1 Yiff foursKIDNEY CUp Will cure any case ofEdny or Bladder disease that isi ioi beyond the reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE B Spiegel f Virginia St ETaasvJIfau IoAt writes For orer foar jean I waa troshW with a kidney and bind affectloq I lost Mand was unable towoylc Tfcr phyrieJMM HAM ttoheJpinonudIwasgiT VP to die r Mrrfl Kiducr Crro recom wad and Jmt great relief aeti ftMwk ueI ioottiocmtotU Inaa entirely CHrod 50 Cnta and fltt fEES Laxative LW J HONEYAuTAR t litCoughLunglitlitI Strengthens the Lungs i Gently Movw the Bowels t Ptes1flttothetMbaadsfo i j PItID1IY FiHill Mrtictfll Client St SoldbyCJHay4 I DRJ11JRTON Tb RESIDENT DENTIST 1TEETH EXTRACTED ITHOUt PAIN I 9nlcti1I1oo upstaIr BPRINGFlfeLi KY 4Afl Dental Work Strictly Firstclass IVDRVLAMPTONIf i OFPIOE f iiN Opera Housfli 4 DRSIS J 8IXJKar t I SPltlKGFJELD KY 1V 19F 19EDr Rineharts for t er offfues Over Peoples Deposit Baipk Office hours 12 toi2 pm V WF GRIGSBY a ATTORNEY AT LAW V1tce over Peoples BankV SPRINGFIELD KY Dr 8 W fireeH f VDENTJT- All kinds ot dental Jork Teelh extracted without paJn Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hofd- PhoaeSO SPRINGFIELD KY i JWHYATTJ M D SPRINGFIELD KY4VI pnice in Peoplqs Bank Building Residence 93 I IV TeICpaOflCScOfl1ae95t 1t j JAMES GRAVES T DIACTICA- IWatohniaker and JewelerE I f Garries a line of Watch s Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe vcialtyi Located at T W hnmsrJ lTroid law office opposite Gourt House Springfield Ky Railroad Schedule following is the time scheduld nSw In effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad No4 1 Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junetfon l 502 pra Bardstown 552 pmcarrives at Springheld 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 53OVm Bardstown 017 ambBtrdocu Junction 703 arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730am Bardstowo Janction 930 am Bardstown 1115 a in arrives at Springfield 1240 prn- SpringfieldJNo44 Leaves al l20pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 54pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Vprinfie1d at 715 anrBards Vtown8 am Bardstown functionp 845am arrives at Louisville 933 am i IVITo 911 Sundays onlyLeaves LOuisvilleat Cpm Bardstown JuuctioD 050spm Bardstown 735 p m arrives at Springfield S2apniV JOHN Y MAYES I JfiliL DIRECTOR AND EMBALM fR 4 i TELEPHONE DAY19NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD HieH You Hau1in TO DO I pfI atiheDep3tV FREIGHT m TRUNKS 1Hauled Furniture Moved ri aithin in lthe hauling ie done carefully and at er s in able rates r PIiQNE 22 SV41 SVJ6svAXATI VE Honey and Tar rrfis dlfferent from All other ccngh 4rrup It contains antiseptic properg ties to destroy the germs s1veits pfopcrtles to cut the phlegm and laxii aUve properties to cleanse the system 4 VJteceLsxativ Hooey ad Tar is pleasaRtl Tcrjnaneot cure for al eoHisrhs colds long and bronchial trou blctvSald bv Haydohs Pharmacy I VWeare ftfeiiis for Ihe famous llittle liver pLlU recently discovered by the1 I ywerable Dr Dade of Chicago Per I srwO have usd Dadejs Pills will constipaSby y PMsrzcy a IITOWNLocal I AH About Yourself Friends l IIami Acquaintances It j jjOur Campbells dry salt meat stil goeii We have nice country lard for sale at Campbells Grocery Fruit Jars caps and rtibbers can be had at lowest prices ati J A Shaders IrJ1hefinest assortment of cakes Qampbells The best and whitest preserv ingsugar 18pounds for a dollar at J A Shaders Dont forgett we have nice country sorghum at 4oc gallon at Campbells Base balls b tsmits and other sporting g ods cheapest and best at J A Shaders A few pairs rubber heels for sale to go on yourSndaJshoes at lOc a pair at Campbells For the nicest cueenswaie at the lowest prices go to gag n Bros The busiest people in the world are taking time now toc getour prices on furniture atc campbell We wantyour hams shoulders and bnconV highest prices paid- Hagan5Bros Rev C C Ware will preach at the Christian church here the fourth Sunday morhing and evening The ladies of St Rosecongre j gation will serve dinner County Court day at Barber block Re I reshments in afternoonV j The Maccabees of9 Mackyille will serve a supper at that place on Saturday evening this week Everybody invitedV Sendyour llaundry with Jimmie Cox agent for the betf steain laundryvin the cotnryV Clothes for and delivered it My Photograph Gallery willll e closed Augustj 1st Come at once if you w ntvorkthisseasonJ J EACox The Spring eld Carriage Works uses only the very best materials to be hail ordering through our house Wood Campbell FOuNDInVmy strawberry atch a pair of eyeglasseS i Owner canhsame by provjj ing property anfl paying for this advertisement ff VEACox r Mr Lucas More on his faim t on Pleasant Run had the host wheat crop so far reported this season The crop yi ldca 946 bushels of wheat from 291 acres of ground oran average of about32 bushels per acreV 1I SpringfieldcGrndedI year 1904 are now dueand if not paid before August 7th the penalty will be dded G C WHARTON Collector Springfield G SDistlictt We will discontinue from this date giving ted rebate stamps and alE those having stamps in- their possession are requested to aCblcman t LOST Between the residence f of J J McCabe and Conrad Hertlein a gold medal engraved Poiteness with S J3i trims on inbar Reward for return J F SIMMStt We have rjeduced our stock of flUgenville to ayery small amount Anyone desiring to go into btzsitness can buy us now at a lOss- s A good country store and a cashit i trade established vMrsFANCY CARRIAGE iNTING J Gold Silver Gold striped inri silver silye striped in gold f yellow strip in gold brewster I striped in gjpld royal blue t In gqjd tuscan ied stripedt in gold nile green striped gold or anything turned out in the world we will equal her Springfield Carriage Co Mr Dan Kellyfsouof Mr John nYJand Miss Leara Jeed daughter of Mr James Jeed both of this county were married at St Rose yesterday ifternoon Qnly ia few rind jiOO iI Happenings of Interest Freshest and Latest I TOPICS j t MM t r and relatives were present too witness the ceremony The NEWLEApERextends coilgrat r illations Kots of people Jiaying good carriages arid buggies a little rusty say Ah we will get a new one when the point on them was factory lone Being one thin11 cost of whitelead and one drop black ana vernish when we can put on five coats and make same better than nevI will last 10I yearsVSpringfield Carriage Works Miss Iria Kimbprlin and Dr Barnett of Mackyille were quietly married at the home of the brides parents at Texas l st evening The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jake Kimbc rlin and is quite popular in society circles The gioomis- a rising young physician of the county who is a native of Anderson county Mr and Mrs Barnett will reside in JVlaekville Mrs Ed Hagan an old and respected Jady of th6 county died very suddenly on last Ion day morning at her homea short distance from Springfield of heart troqble The deceased was a most estimable woman and had reared a large family of children to useful manhood and womanhood ThV funeral took place on Tuesday morning from St Dominics church LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN Taken out of my stable in Spring field Jult17 1904 Might bay mare 10 yrs old 14i or 15 hands high crease on neck from fistula no scar a place oh her right hipabout the size of a dollar- t where skin puffs when she walks no scar no other blemishes Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded VDa 3TB MUDD AlcTom Buck man son of Mr John Buckinan of this county died at the home of his father on last Friday after a lingering ill ness of consumption The de ceased was about idVears of age and for the past few years had been making his home in Jeff r villo Ind where he married Early this spring his health having broken down he came back to his old home where he died He was a hard working worthy young man and had many Iriends The funeral took place from the Catholic church hereon Saturday morning Joe Mansfields turf The lecture that has ben talked of to be delivered by Joe Mansfield on July 27th will be postponed until his return from Asheville N C It iis hoped this postponement t not only will not be a disappointment to those who had planned to hear him but even better suited to their convenience The lecture will deal with the most vital prob lems of life in a most scientific and philosophic way and yet in a style so plain and simple that a child can follow the discourse The subject istThe Loom of Life Another Victory The Springfield basebitll club clinched their title tb the clua4iV pioriship of this enciofthe woods Tuesday by defeating the strong team of ball tossersfrom Bloom fieldrrhe latter team is made up of firstclass ball players and until they met our Springfield nine Tuesday they lhad never suffered defeat The game at tracted a big crowd of people notwithstanding the weather The home boys llost little time about the matter and iin the first inning waded in knockedand out two scores From that u 1ibil he end of the fifth inning wlien am caused the game to be cabled t was the same story rhoj were unable to do aiiy thing with Colvins rvesat all and when they did succeed finding the ball it was gener ally nabbed by One of the fast infielders The pitcher Mr Yan is whom the Bloomfields put i- ihbox was a sort of pudding for he local batsmen and he was knocked allover the lot during the five innings thatwere played The score stood Springfield 10 Bloomfield 1 The Bloomfields went on from here to Lebanon and thence to Campbellsville uri Spectacles THERE EYE IIELPSJF RiGHfr1 EYE IIURTERS AN HEADACHE MAKERS IF WRONG ii Who but yourself cnn pre vent yourluaving them wrong if you dont get them tt the- right place NotbMo average spectacle seller His misson eseems to be to get your nose Jharnesspd with a pair that J strikes your fancy and opens your purse K L It is by knowing the optical business thorougaly anti 3 tending to it properly that i hpm reputation to build and to keepatII JroO F RUSSELL 5 Main St Springfield Ky DR WF TRUSTY r PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydoh Barber Dental work at roasouable pic s All work guaranteed f SPRINGFIELD K- YFEFCN A L Mr A H Robertson ol Bards town was in town Sunday JOW Hagan and Glen Wood were in Lebaboa Sunday Miss Allie Rieves of Lebanon was m Springfield Saturday- Miss Corinne L mc man of Louisville is visiting relatives in Texas Mr Lucas Moore of Highland Park Ky was here the first of the week Miss Myrtle Price is visiting Miss Katia Wakefield at Maud liis week v Miss June Dudley of George town is a guest of Miss Esther Bouhvare Dr Sam Tatbailldf the Wlllis burg neighborhood was in town yesterday Miss Lopa Ganterhas returned after a i51easan visit to friends In LebanonV Clarence Mnloney of Louis villo is visiting the family of Mrs M E Popet Mrs E Mi Raley of ouisville is visiting her sister Mrs C Bj Jeffries at Texas Mr and Mrs Tofin Rowland of Dandstoivn are visiting J J McCabe family y Mrs Geqr e Robertson enter tamed at eight hand echnre on Tuesday afternoon Miss Buela Montgomery of Louisville is visiting relatives in the county this week Misses Copper of Louisville are the guests of their aunt JAV Bush this week 1frsf Miss Rebecca McEIroy of Lobanon visited her sister Mrs L F Thurman this vyeek Mrs Leo Haydon has returned after a pleasant visit to her parents at Coxs Creek N iss Mary McCabe has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Ruth Bell of Fairfield Miss Marjorie G aham has returned home after a pleasant visit to friendsin Illinois Miss Louise Wathen of Leba non isyisiting hersister Mis Thomas A Medley this week Mrs C B Cleaver and sister Miss Nora of Lebanon were in Springfield shopping Saturday Mr Joe Minsfield of Hopkins ville is here torn short visit to hisS parents Mi and Mrs Jiq MansfieldFrancis Mulvey formbrly of Springfield now of Louisville i isI MarYIMulvey manyfrie Mayme Allen are glad to see her out again after a very severe spell of sickness Miss Jennie Claybrooke ha returned from a pleasant visiti to friends in Nelson Spencer and Shelby counties Misses Emily Russell and Mayme Allen and Christopher Hertlein attended the base ball at Lebanon Wednesday fr Miss Marie Maloney of Louisi 01pleasantrelatives jn SpringfieldV Miss Bessie settles of Louis yule is spending the sunfmer with her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Settles at Maud iCapt WrigbndwifeRI Sutto Dr Shaunty and 0 J Grace were among the nutpber to go to Tatham this Week and NeatlyVDone at ReasonableJ Prices Springfield Ky Mrs Arina Clemerts and children of Reeves Tenn who have been visiting Rev Lati rnediIMessrs John Joe and Samt Buckman aUl of the State ot IlL nois were dalle 1 here last week by the death of their Thomas Mrs G p Wharton entertain ed ina mcjst delightful mapner at Flinch alk Ijer home last eyea ing in honor of her cousin Mrs Fetter Steele VMrllund Telephone CoItnd who is now stationed at Bloomfield spentSunday withhis aunt Mrs CD Miller TGS Frank anjl George Harrington of Louisville are guests at the home of Wr H M Moss kMr and Mrs jrchHays who have been 7isiting Mrs Hays par ents Mr and Mrs W H Leach man hav6 returned to their home in LouisvIlleV Migs Eli e Durrett of Bloom- tield who has been visiting e sister Mrs M W Hyatt has re turned home accompanied by her mother who came for her Miss M ttic Lee VanNatta who has bveen visiting her parents in Shelbyville has returned to the home of hjer uncle MtH Jones to spend the summer Mr Wnghtcf Louisville is spending several days with his parents Capt and Mrs I W Wright who ue spending the summer tat the Searcy home T Mr Pat Tobin who has been farming in Oklahoma for some time was here this week on a visit Pat has secured a home stead but is going back to llli npisoi to engffge In business Mrs Lutie Craddex of Denton Texas reice of Col R E Wha ne accompaned by hi daughter Miss Willie Whayhbof Louisville are visiting the Colonel and other relatives in the courty Ore of the most elaborate so cia functions of the season in Springfield was the reception given on last Thursday evening bj Miss Sadie Mayes in honor of her guest Miss Morton of Cat lettsburg Quite a large crowd from Springfield and adjoining towns attended Those in tho receiving line were Miss Mayes and Mr Lewis Miss Morton and I j V Spalding Miss Willie Mayes and Mr Dave JitSey1 Mrs d3 C McCbord and H M Grundy Miss Lucy Salecman and Mr SpencerSnider Among those from a distance who attendm ed were Miss May Bsodine MnudI Misss Farris Lancaster Messrs Will Wakefield and Will Stilesc Maud Mr Frank Lewis Shel byville Mr Spender Snider Bardstown Nibt WaaHer Terror sVnipht lonE writes Mrs ChasI Ajpple ate of Alexandria ndJ I81epothadif I walked a block I would upbloodcines failed threet00 bottles of Dr Kings New Discoveryt whollycured me and I gained 58t pounds Ifs absolutely guar Colds1La7IpThroatPrice 50c and SI Trial bottles Tree at C J Haydons Drugstore One t fnlvBoxasTABOOS b I have I believe sold fifty boxes of Chambarlains Stomach and Liver Tablet on the recommendation of onet lady here who first bought a bottle of them about a year ago She never tires of telling her neighbors andm friends abdnt the gooc qualities of ihese TabletsP M Shore druggiat RochesterInd The pleasant purga tive etiect of these Tablets makes t them a favorite with ladies everywhere For sale by C J Haydon CASTOR IIAtIFerhWatl ui Child L- Ike Kill YH Hays ftJflj Iiibt t Bears the- IgnatarqQ t IUIIRPF kJ1tEEIf- Manufacturers of Harness and Strap York iRepairingJPromptly IN TIlE KOUNBHOUSE THE ATTENTION THAT IS BESTOWED bOCOMOTIVESI Be nnlredbr the threat Iron Horaei of the niill IIow the Tlr ot tiLe BIg DrivingVha Are Tightened ralIrroads has seen the engineer dismount from the cnL oil pan In hand as soon as the train has conic to a stop at some way station seen him walk slowly about the ponderous machine feeling of each bearing with his free hand as hb filled the cups ylth oil scn him per Imps tiip a valve gently with a wrench pr examine Critically some working air pump yTq lany man all this Is Interesting but how many arc there In all the vast crowd that enter the city dolly at the great terminals who can tell offhand what becomes otthe train when once the cars are emptied of the passengers To be sure they have seen the cars on a Aiding out In the yard They Know perhaps that a roundhouse Is a place where epglnes are kept when not in actual use But beyond this the ideas of the ordinary niau are a bit hazy As soon as the passengers have left a train that has Just come in from a long dusty run It Is backed out Into the yard and the cars arc set off on a aids track Men go upon them at once and begin to put them fn readlnessfo- rtlienexttrlp The windows are wash ed cars freed frpm all filth and dirt seats cleaned water tanks cared for and the lighting apparatus put in order The locomotive after leaving the cars proceed at once to the round house wherej the ponderous machine alsi receive a proper overhauling Ijlrst of all the tauksarc filled with water and thj fuel supply Is replcnish roThcn few jipuffs bring the ure box aboye thtash pit where the firea are cleaned and dumped altogether The next thing Is to stable the great iron horse The roundhouse itself is a most unin viting place with Its soot begrimed walls rfud smoky Interior These build tugs are all constructed on the same story structures and senilclrcu senerdUnes10tonc of the Circle turntable Ar side oil the building is a line of doors each exactly like Its neighbor Tinder each runs a track of sh giving the whole an 11dntgauge unlike a spiders web which Isi the turntable The turntable Itself consists of a pit walled with stone across which Is a bridge free at the ends but balanced at the cpntcr on a spindle nails are laid across this as It it were a part of the roadbed V When the fires of the locomotive have been dareji for the engineer runs his machine1 upoii the tble With deft hand at thq throttle hearings it to a stop at fhe prepisc point where the hundred tous ofl steel balance on the spindle that supports the bridge Then the ponderous mass Is slowly revolved- until the roliuircil track Is reached and the engine Is backed Into the roundhouse 11 IVrOnre within tle hqusc the engineers duty Is done elms but to go to the office and report in a book prepared for the tpurpos0 any repairs that are needed and he can go home assured that his machine will be ready for him when he starts an the next run Time engine Is aow turned over to the roundhouse cre Whoso to work on It at once The ai tentiou that a locomo tive reeeIvsoz arrival a the round house Js jabou the mime that one vould cxpbct iillee besto red upon a race borse WIi ers go over every Inch of Jhe surface carefully removing all dust and oIL thers drop into the pit beneath the ma ilUne and wipe the run ning gear Th headlight Is carefully cared for and the brass polished In fact the whole machine is put In first class shape in every way Throughout tjhls work keen watch is kept for ahy sins of broken parts and any found are repaired The hundred or more flues are cleaned by steam pressure An engine eejdom comes to the house that does not need repairs of some sort The delicate mechanism tanUy con becoming broken and unceas ing attention Is required One of the most interesting of all the repairs that are made In the round house Is the tightening of the tires on the drive wheels Each wheel Is cur rounded ith a heavy steel tire These occasionally work loose and It be comes necessary that they betlgbtened without sending the locomotive to the jshops To dolhis a stream of Oil Ila fed an tomatlcally upon the tire and allowed to burn as it runs down The fcsuty Is hat tile whole rim Is soon a circle otA flame This Is kept up for a long time and the tire being heated faster thand the wheel Itself on account of the prox imlty of the fire expands until the thin ieces ot sheet Iron cant be inserted belo tween the wheej and the tire When the tire has again become cold it contractsd and clutches the wheel hard and fast The cumbersome repairs sucl as turning dovn worn drive wheels and by replacing boilers go to the shopsi where lathes cranes and forges ore toe had But all the minor troubles arew remedied at the stables and the foreman of the roundhouse iIs responsible for the condition f the engines He Is ed the man to whom all look in an emerf gency and it is ho who must look forlal wardand plan for the repairs In suck a way as not to Interfere with the rguth lar operation of the trains Boston Globe llthbiirl hat nobody Will believe tbemPlato A IllstbfrBoremmartyr to insomnia Ive tried every tiling j over heard of but 1 simply luantsingj eer try ttalking to yourself after Jln laoijpd Cave Ver C1aeerfIR lIO1wIshJuis Jollybes a rJCl11 4ovlr I Rednctionii Glothtaglli11- ff r In order to reduce tM I OURclOTIyNG I pw h oJ l 1i = t ji Stock to make ro mftJYJj lf6r Fan JGpQcjs wet i Ur will make v f t rifiit OF PRICES f JI I VI ifii- f t I fIl Come In 9nd let us con Ez w 0Pii a vince you that we are in = 1S1 r F I l O S I l Mt t iMIfir E Joris MoELROY pTh GENERAL INSURANCE AGlNfkd i ufe Fire andT9radorHJJJ OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK i i ri if During my absence from office W FGtiisby 11 J for or George Neikirk win attend jo any Business tme l 7 aEESEf 1E8E Ij The Big Money MaKerfoF Hog Rais rs I Hi1 1 depended Ijfeaupon kbem ft IirrDRIIAAS PAYS FOR ALL Hocs THATDIE 1r il da8 particulars lnsuraece Proposition IllISi2jand FREE copy akIngL 0w rra1 25 cap 150 halfccans 25 and OO per package J E9 20th Century Food j4 fowshealthypoultrydiseasesba 2lJc per package It Dr os Haas7 Live Stock Remedy nFer Hrs Cattle het JIEtrIirq As its name implies thia EMEDY not ciu food and isunequalled for the common in horses cattle and Isheep well many of the moreserlous complaints splendid fromdisease98iCC5eND 256 PER RACKAGE FOR SALE BT McCLURE WELLS CALL FOR CIRCULARS SPRINGFIELD K- Y1t 2n W WWW WW I I The Best is the Cheapest IAnd There is None Better Than ftTHE PAGE KM WIRE PNGEs IL A Fence for evety furposert It will turn anything and can be run over any 15 t kind of ground All Sizes aid Assortments 1- J t Burns McClure fl Weils Sf tt SOLE AGENTS Springfield Yi LVmm f m fTHE TWO WOODCUTTERS Fairy Tale From the JapeWith AM9InE Moral Japanese woodcutter who had isfiguring wen his cheek was aught one tIny violent storm of ain having sought shelter a hair w tree te ell fast asleep Then ho woke he found it was night but the Awus Illuminated by thou sand tiny lamps By this light tho woodcutter saw open space Just his tree a nuniuof of tengu br- airies who bad been indulging sake the national drink of Japan and ho were now Inn very merry mood dancelbegunfrom place concealment ell dancing like mad The fjtlrle ughed and cheered till the WcxMHre- c hood ad when morning dawned ey declared that he hail diverted them exceedingly and must COBM alAnd said their lOader air iaportaat ttl tengu a pledge that you will pay another visit we take thte Thq words had scarcely1 bees 0okM y the fairy chief when ties WCK few om the woodcutters cheek aadlttte came smooth Swia little eblWa Now sobgppeited that Helgklw g woedeutWfjivJw had ft knee wem kS ct was devoud by envywh kow hta borer had iI Uavl ctfce secret iV5 otIf foe tb Where the hines met with A tetlooII his feH t IOtliltnnvsaadaJa time 14tO May p 6 Wl this Remedy f zpre f t JtntIVeFullngthis regard Dr ECaas bopk Hogoloffy a mo valuable bOok fonevery hbgralser a of which may lbe had at ourstn for the jf rr JiI lQ 650 2 l fC Poultry T f i 1 25 3 30 j I s it correcting disorders aa t I J e v tJM I I j an A on right in a in t In au In of to as us as a it I OIl k c i en is ii as it noiiow tree ue careruliy conceajtd him self and breathlessly awaited tblcourse 0f events In glue itlmt the teu gu asstfmqled and at once began drlfik lug sn elU1d dancing Then wood emitter iXo 2 thinking the right tliua hind conic aahed from his placeS of liMing and essayed to fling a kmItime to the music But alts tlio cheerliig which greeted his first iltp pcaranec soon died ltway frcewklnot dance with the agUltyet the friend whom he envied and be s4ed 1The tt prcstfallen woodcutter Jand Me a fcatlrlcalbow TRk7ti be said ad as you have tried to amitee we willl pay you with tkfa l And jsp spCaklHg he clapped spoil JbjS eaviouja 000 e itte raffchttilftkiko J welt lie ha4 taken frow his fellow wf fever ftttd the wretched ta r 5tBrBil is hte home carryi c twa itgMirtcw ta- MltemJl e tM MM wi4k Wl acieMiIl left kt1alr I J wriac JJ Mrim 40f MIli1 IICtIe 4 pMtty mch the MMC teate as sheet farnIn laA1Mttrt1JkltJIO pectlo fVate pOpIh4itiOlI of CiMl A bride floes i 0t take bw dowry Ic Sfwek M lajlawl I ogy krC the I itt sb bo tkdltktw r mwrt it they bts wMltitrT1owf1tllXlr srveam mtatfor hiluLsa Vrhll nmKglLlfieQItt costs sre iaI rn i1k1 What not rto ft f tbeusnmid mite o treated every yesr London olfCsa t I 1 I 1Washington Letter ti This has been anniversary 1 we tkJ la Washington Forty tJlrsago era Tuesday the so WathinglonI T irwM fought and son that day a 4 monument was unveiled here to i the dead of the 122nd New rode S which was CQnspcuous in the lt j defencel Qn July 11 1864 7 Jnbal Early army suddenly ap J4i peared niiltbe northern e i fa of t ihe District Pher was panic t r1 ivi Jthe capitht jvhJQh was prac boatrlri L wii lvi Bincoln down the Potomac a f BariV saw the dome of the Gapir- v olrii 7a ibl and promised himself its po- si1D iL3QU Ihe next day But Early f 0l was too late His friends say of J J hirp tbathis ttardiness was caused r r byVhdue elation at the sight of rj theCapitouHesaw tLe prize i t j before him and thought he S coulJ take it At any time i His A 4nemies declare that his elation j = was caused by too great intimacy J with John Barleycorn He had 25000 trained soldiers and there jnof LJes1igbliest doubt that if he had pressed on with vigor eJ and lacrjJyat once he could l bayer unfurled the Confederate i1g upon the White Houseand s another President inusthave im k r Itated the fugitiveMadison A i 1 days delay made a coup de mainI f impossible for Wrights corps inarched up Pennsylvania ave t nue Early attacked Fort i iSieyens and Lincoln went out and stood upon the parapet til l llie enemy retreated They re li treated in silenc0 though they 4 had approached the day before shouting in chorus uThe day off 4 v Tubal E has come j There were impressive ceremonies on + Tuesday arid although Gen Lew Wallace who commanded the jid vance lorty yenrS ago was pros trated by heat and could not byIseveral survivors of the battle Theadmmislrjiion is paying vsome attention tol the rorerbera tl Jtions of the demand for a parcels f postwhich has come up from all 4 parts of the country It is a dis I grace that out postal facilities 3are inferior to those of ivory Qih6r civili dDntjonror ex f amplel that wecan only send 4bur pounds of merchandise by matt and thatL a tremendously exorbitant price The rate charged by the u S Post Office for merchandise is 0000 per cent greatei than that charged by Germany A package can ba pp3tel in Edinburg ScbtlanJ brought across the Atlantic 9 LCJrried in IT Sr Postal cars If across the continent und deliver odJii Portland Oregon for one 1 fourth less than it wOuld cost to feud it frow Washington to I Philadelphia This abU omu- strJSe remedied This outrageous roBbery of the American taxpayer by four express compa flIeS must be put an end to at any cost The American Con gress rs not altogether indepen dtiitof the American people t At least five larga public build iings ala now in course of construction in Washibgton which will cost iia the aggregate some 25OOOOOO The jnnlude the new City ball the tfreat Union 7 Depot the new Department of L Agriculture the alaco for the llouso of Het senttatives and t the new National Museum This last stipatfture will stand on the Southernside of the Mall will have 27 acres of flooring and t will cost at least 8500000 It will be a magnificent monumen tal building of white granite NotFatal No Matter What Doc 4tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou- tl ble in Many Case Can Be i iC1lred 5iici wo scvn pialn features of jr5il eart disease pfi 1 Weakness or V pcblllty 2 Itheumvtlsm or Neuralgia + l Valvular pisordcr 4 Dilation DcscnemTlion 1 Dropsy- DocumentaryI cvldenco wUlprovQ thousands of socalled Incurables have 4 been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Cure Patients often have no Mca their lls case Is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion liver Complaint etc t Here are some of tho pyraptbms Shortness of breath after exercSe Smothering Spells Pain In ChestrflSt Lrrfafononei Cough SwcHlnff of Feet and Ankles j t Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation fli Nightmare Irregular Pulse il4ji w whenever opportunity presents 1 c- antJlow go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago J could hardly walk oeie block One year laterItm stilt te good health the Heart Cure Mid M vci fprinc that I find 1t a far I KTfMer jnklfie than you claimed It t Jus iir1 YOUNG D Do 637 North j r V9iHiftr Jfatcher Miss i N4tT Mek If flrst bottle falls to benefIt 7Bwrite us and wo will mall t YU ft Free Trial Package ot Newlc4estIflctSf Blank for our Specialist to diagnose I wrongIi 4rs DR MILhS IEDIcr CO 1AOflIE ELIJLUtT ml second only to tthe Metropolitan Museum in New York Already there are enough coldctions to till it V 2jt She Irled Five Doct rs Mrs Frances ii Sales Of Missouri Talley Iowa writes 1 have beeri afflicted VtUI kidney trouble jive years bad severe paTS in my back and- a frequent desire t6 urinate When riding experienced much pain OAer the regioy of the kidneys I tried y ve physicians without benefit aiid then concluded to trFoleys Kidney Cure After taking three 1K bottles 1was completely cured iSold by Wood Campbell Pine salveacts like a poultice There ivno sorer boil or abrasidnof the skin Pincsalve will not cur j Pinesalve draws the fire out of a burn instantly and heals without Ileaving a scar Sold by Haydons Pharnacy Improved Train Service t trOf fcred by the Hcndcrsbo Route Bc fhvecn Louisville and St Kotils Commencing Sunday June 26 Kentuckys popular JiDetbe Henderson Route will inaugurate a safe and Past Day service between Louisville and yt Louis in each direction 1and will im prove the time and equipment generally of all tran between these points Three dailv trains will be op rated in each dirc lion on vthe following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 am 900 pm and 700 am Ar- riveSt Louis 616 prn 7O am and 616 pm Tne equipment is brand new just from the sjiops of the most modern vestibule pattern and js as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 880 am train through without change of cars will Jbe composed of Pullman Observa tion Parlor Gars Free Reclining Chair Cars Din mg Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 900 pm irain throijgh without change cars will cO- nsist of Pullman Sleeping C4rs Free Reclining Chair Cars and high back seat passenger The 700 ant train will flare Parlor Cars mining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Carson day trains wil serve meals a la carteyou pay only for what you get AILtrains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh rStreet Union Depot Louisville arriving atand departing from the magnificent new Union Station J3t LouiE la purchasing your tickets to St Louis or topoints west ask the agent for tickeCsyia Loiiis ville and the Henderson Route He will have the jn in stock and will be glad to ticket you that way i You will be satised in every respect with JLhe ijaccommbdation and safe train service that is offered by this line wiildlf has been termed the Ofllcial Route for Kerituckiansj ifjOrifliialh Foley 00i Chicago orisJnvted Honey and Tar as jl Throat and lung remedy and on jaccdun t af the great merit and pojnilarityFolovsl Honey andTar many imitations are offered for tbegehuine Ask for Foleya Hon ey ard Tar and refuse any sbbstitate offered as no ether preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative jl contains no opiates and jis safest for children and delicate persons gold by Wood and Campbell Bees LAXATI VEHoney and Tar is hheorigiual Luxat e cougfi cure It is the best Irxatiye cdugh syrup made Bees laxative H npyad Tar con iains the antiseptic heaJinp1 soTithing and strengthening properties of the Native Pine coinbihed with other in grhdicnts in a laxaitve syrup made from pure straincil houey Cures nill CQuglis and strcntticnsweak lungs SoldbyCJHa4E J J J t Mysterious As it Wiile the various concession aries at previous Expositions have endeavored to reproduce as a midway ai traction thewon 1EasternI l mained for that typical ethnblogi caPartist Mr Gaston Akoun to bring before the visitors at the Louisiana Purchase Exposiiion an aggregation of the magnificent splendors of oriental lifein the East which for brilliancy mag mlude and active natural pot trayal by mears of real Ufo ejr hibits has undoubtedly eclipsed anything iin this line ever before attempted 4 tl Akoun who is a Parisian by birth has the advantage of former experiences at no le s than twelve previous Exposi tions where his marvelous suc cesses weVe continuously repeat edlJand asn l cessful caterer to aff amusement loving public his fame spread fac 8Ddwic1eI Tln general plan embraces a most interesing representation I w of Asiatic countries including faithful reproductions of the mpst historic and educational buildings of India the Mahal Temple of Agra the Rain Sipri ot AlniiadJibad street reprodu tions from historical DelhI Cal cutta with its picturesque bunga lows anI decorated buildings I grtft workers with their actual ndlceraniici l wood Bazaars teeming with commercial activity with native vendors in the picturesque cos tume of thenative country form a part of the attracLion Ceylon with its attractive tea houses and kiosks Inside of which the visitors witness the process of drying and rolling tea which 4s served by native Singalese in purely oriental fashion Burmab- it idolatrous inhabitants and the Golden Temple qf Rangoon Burmese musicians playing upon their peculiar native instruments and Burmese dancing girls doing their fantastical and religious dances There are brass chisel ers candy makers fortune tellers andfakirs displaying and selling their wares consisting of silks draperies laces ornaments embroideries jjewelry and other articles seen in course of manu filctuteby natives COSTS NOTHING UNLESS CURED A Fair Offer Mttdc by Wood Campbell io All Sufferers from Catarrh Wood Campbell are selling Uyo mei on a plap that has caused consid erable talk amongst their customers The plan is different from that fol remjedj an unusual record of curea to its credit tba Wood Campbelloffer to refund the money If it does riot give the de sired benefit Jhisis certainly one of the fairest offers thst can be made all ftnv on6 who has catarrh and does n9Xtake advantage of jt i doing hlih self orlierself an injustice ft i Do not suffer any longer with tieR ling smarting burning evewatering troubles Ihafafilict those who have catarrh Hyotnel will Cnre you but if you should not find it adapted to ypuf case Wood vt Campbell will refund Vour monfy HAyTHORN S WQRKS The Hisrlr Stanilnra They Have Set- Iur Amerliivii Iltorntuto Two things are itot be reinenibered wliun Hawtliornes name is mentioned First tho slory be reflects upon Amer lcm literature Little has b ciiv done by us in letters or art that is quite of the hlgbpst order except the works of Hawthorne Thtee have thc clear promise of perpetuity Tlie themes dIre of supremo and tfnlvcrsa moment He rises to their moaning and depicts them in commensurate form He Is not a preachbr lo cry aloud but an artist Who paints yet not without a hoart flint throbs in pity and a faiity 11mt muses o5r the woiulcr of It lUll will not suffer the pall of darkness to hangover it forever That wt 1ave In Uaw thonic an author whose work In those high lieids of thought is vrowuctd with Unimpeachable honor uml Is sure of porpetual riineuibrancc Is a constant satisfaction as years go by lint Hawthorne has a wider claim upon out gratitude namely the fact that hp has set the sealot glorious achievement in letters uifon the JnOlal laws of our nature The greatest things done In literature have been of this sort They alone from Job down are tliiemberod nut therislietl In the agp lAwthorne Is our only exponent of genius in this Held and how suiJvrb ly lias he iilled It Ills message Is that of Dante and St Paul and all grea- tjrahistiwhialtrer a man dries to an Othtr hldoes tto hhnsclf Atlutberit be good or crtl MenI will trevef dwell in this truth nnd wjll iicvcr forget lJuose gifted souls who see it clearly rind Kpt It fyrtli in perfect forms of lit erary ztrtCentury At the Tc of lie IlelrA woman whose Mcqualiitahiv with the intlbotls uil oppurliiiithsof work 111n modern nuusyaper olliw 1s of thJ slightest was lillking to a friend about her sons staut in life The young man had just let collogo and had cvurVd a position as reporter on Out of the im portant bCvw York dallios hi llifliuni bin capatlty which Is the usual lot of the cuh journalist that of a police court reporter Ills mother was entliu Elastic over his good fortune Do you know she e clnimedf tbejvc given him such a splendid po sition Hes the crime editor at the po lice court Harptrs Weekly An Old Fiiphioticii Salve An old rerlpo usd1l for over lot years In the writer family and excellent for gathering I cutS chllhlnlns etc Is mhde thus Put onequarter of a iioutul of pure bc esAax onequarter of III pound of rosin nhd onequarter of a pound of mutton Knot freed from fill skin into a Jn And place the Jar in nIsaucepnn of boiling water When the nilxtuf has thoroughly dssfeived stir and pour it Into little pots or jnrsIt is an old fashioned l but most oflfectlvi remedy New York Sews Recasting Ills Phrases Its curious that Avonien are never great pools or great inuslclans said iIrJIeekton What did you say aslied his wife ur was merely reinarklng that wom en are too sensible to HciuniuTo their energies onpootry and music to tho or tent that some men d6 AVaslilngton Star JawtinnMy Jilted floggsWIiy did Togks Jirenk his engagement with Miss Sadblrd Joggg Because when he took her torn walk tip Fifth avenue he found that none otj the men stared nt her Princeton Tiger 4 Cot nu WishsTommy V XIa olw ish youVl gimme SOnic cake MthierToinuiy didnt Ii tell you not to as for any cake Tommy t nlnt nskhr Im Jest wish In PhJJadelphJa ledger Dragging Pains 2825KeeleySt CulcAno ILL Oct 2 1902 coaIg 21the pains through the groins 1 luf IstruationI seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sickwomen I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed to bourSe through my veins and after using eleven bottles 1 was a well woman GMi4 Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed tto bring her reHefby ii sufferer may secure health by ing Wine of Cardui in her takIThe first bottle convinces the tient the is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department TheCbattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn WINEcARDUi- f APPLES FOR BREAKFAST A Prc crlptloii that May SaTe Yo 31uur a Doctor Fc p The true not the new should be the motto of those who trite or speak about the apple the fruit longest In use by our branch of the human race There are certain simple principles that must be given Hue upon HiRVpre cept upon precept to every fresh gener ation jf men or rather should be given jjust about that time that the genera tion is beginning to lose its freshness ahd to cull oil the doctor for remedies Every welt to do man of good digestion anti appetite tends to eat too much meat every lily after his twentyfifth birtbdny and one of the values of fruit the apple Shove others is the case with which it may be made an uutluicnt for breakfast article With baked apples zand cream and good roast potatoes on the batkfnsttzib1et- liCdlsli of cold or hot u at becomes subordinate even if It Is not entirely abolished Mon of forty the ape when every man jiot a fool Is supposed to have acquired tbe right to givemedical Iprelntethclrremarkable self cures just as they had given up nil hope and In general these reduce themselves to this I ate less meat but I lid not know it and I took a great deal more fruit especially ap pIes liaked apples for breakfast tend to reduce the amount of meat eaten if we are inclined to eat too much and to supply the system with mineral foods and the digestive tract wltl acids People whp eat too much food are not to be nd led toent baked apples as a mere addition to the breakfast and those who need a substantlnl meal hot let the baked apple interfere with the taking of solid foods a rule those who eat three meals per diem will Wisely have the nicest dish of baked apples obtainable foj breakfast It Is a piece of simple wisdom worth jjajres of ordinary mtfdlcal litera ture The digestion of milk Is sonic what delayed by sour fruits but pure rich creanrls not milk and taken with a Juicy Imkvd tipple whnt dish can be more tempting anti wholesome J If you aretwbntyelKbt or tlilrtyflve Inclined to ring the doctors bell and talk with yqur druggist try this pre scription You may put sugar on the apples but we shall not sugar coat the remedy with nay mystery or any claim to novelty We merely turn to your good wife or your housekeeper and ask whether siuds careful fo give yoiMiIco roast tiPples anti cream suit to make the breakfast meat dishes as little tempting js may be American Gar den DUrnell and Glad one A short time before his death DIs inoll sat for hIs portrait to Jilllals hif his studio hung a proof engraving of Gladstone with his hands hanging down before him lightly clasped and an nltuost beatific expression on his face Mlllal observedHmt Disraelis eyes were fre iuent4y bent upon the portrait At length be asked him if be would acjopt a copy il wan rilther npol9otIcillto Jiavp It said Disraeli With what for him was an almost eager manner People Ihjink that more or less through our political llves I have dislikedl Mr Gladstone To fti1 the truth jny only dUliculty In resjicct Jto him hats been tbat studying him from day to day and year to j ear I could never understamJ him The OrlirlnuI Anclonmnlnc Wayne had Just won the bajtle of Stony Point lint why inquired the British 10 they call you Mini AnthoiiyV- Uecause n replied the doUfchty gen eral I am the brlglijal Auglomaniac Putting his Btutement to the test he pressed onward taldng with him sev eral cannon of the Irttest Kugllsh man ufacture New YorJyTrlbuUe SerlusbeteetSYoung man this elevatOr1s out of order I sbalr ertainly report It to my husband who U air assistant elevator inspector Wliwhwhat the matter with it maam The mirrors are soiled and dingy sir Chicago Tribune Inconsiderate MPhiJT do believe Miss Ponds Is in love with that poor young lawye- rClamWhat a shame And she would Wake such a good wife for sonic fellow who was marrying for money Puck ti Chagrin Little pick Uncle Richard what Is chagrin Uncle RlcharcJ Dickie elm grin Is that feeling you ought to have wucn you kick at the cat and fall over backward ndianapoils Journal in the hour of distress ixnd misery the eye of every mortal turns to friend ship lathe hour of gladness and con vlvlallty what Is your want It ftjvwlshlp J HARD TO SHOOT WILD GEESE They Are Crafty and Ctuijus In Their Lopr Flights Young geese near the remote breed lug grounds rind before they ItI1Vt been educated by the long perilous flight from north to south and buck not sel dom behave In a fashion calculated to cast a doubt upon theft Intelligence but that Is u conuuon fault of youth and Inexperience The two eir Id goose Is a very different fowl and i there be anything In feathers better able to extract chunks of stfld wisdom froman experience with a trace of lend In It I have not yet met that bird Nor Is it at all strange that tun honker should be tireless In vigilance mid exceeding loath to trust hIs big shapely body too near any form of growth or shelter which possibly mlgUt conceal a inan Roughly speaking the Initial southern trip from the fowls birthplace to the whiter rendezvous Is an airy jaunt of about 3000 miles more or less at ast onethird of which Is punctuated with peril In all probability the true story of a gooses migration experiences would bo something startling especially In regard to the quantity of lead of various sizes vainly hurled after the adventur ous flier Would It be pounds or tons At first glance the latter quantity might appear absurd but It must be remem bered that a goose Is long lived while ninetenths of Ids would be destroyers use more lead than science In lhcr abortive methods In any event ItIr had the choice of contract for carrying In a canoe the goose or the stuff that had missed Mm there wouldnt be any licsitancy over the selection of the freight The fact Is that the honker Is the most shot at and the least killed of nil our fowl the reason for which Is sim pie enough Not n few old sportsmen and all new hands at the game Under estimate by about onehalf the distance at which a flying goose is passing The bulky body and great wings make a noble spread even when couple of hundred yardsoff and only long school Ing ciiu teach the utter uselessness of trying at half that range with any standard gun To a novice a goose actually within sure distance will up pear almost on tot of him and It la only after a few fowl have been killed gathered and the distance at which they fell noted that the eye acquires the knack of measuring with anything like correctness the deceptive mark London Sportftjg New Color Color Is very commonly looked upon as a definite quality This howeTer Is only partly true The more jrprrcct ahd scientific concept of color Is that It Is simply the name of a certain group of sensations by which we are affected Thus we saj the rose is red It Is more correct to say the rose produces in us the sensation we call redness A nina who Is color blind will declare that it is green showing that the color is not In the thing but in the perception of it So far therefore from retaining their color In the dark objects cannot prop erly be said to possess If even In the light The rose Is red really menus that the size and arrangement of its surface molecules are such ns to re fleet that particular part of the spectrum which we have agreed to call red In the dark It Is simply black or col orless though ILretalnst Its capacity for again exciting in us tile sensation of redness on lbelngrestorld to tin light Just as an empty glass retain Its ca pacity for being refilled 0Living on FeV Cents ii pay The problem of llvlng on a few centsi a day Is not so d ilk tilt of solution If one cares to limit oneself to the actual necessaries For Instance Sve could point to the workers in the turpentine forests who labor hard frojn sun to sun on a bill of fare that costs not more Than u or 0 cents per meal The average ration of a turpentine hand In the woods per week Is five pounds of bacon or pork one peck df corn meilC one quart of molasses U11u pint of salt The value of thy ration Isubutl to 110 The real problem then Is not really hov cheaply may one live but how many of the extras of eatinj one Is willing tojO do wlthout Savannah ces ncnutlr of Translating In New Itiitaln n missionary in trnns1atihigwms socking some native Idiom to convey the idea of a binding oath When a chief suggested that the desired phrase was Would rather speak to my wifes mother than do such and such a thing f1Jl HrjtJKb Columbia a nisslonary wanled rfis catcchlKf to translate A crown of glory that fadeth nGt away This WHS done ttodhe satisfaction ofal concerned but ultimately the mission ary found to hIs horror that It Ishd been rendered A lint that never wears out Aa wfui Miitiicc You say tin thoughtless actOrvMrs SUn hhh caused her husband n seil oils relapse What did she do In heavens name Why she came right Info the sick room arrayed in a very expensive bat and tlresSew Orleans TimesDem octet there Is no Impossibility to bljn who stands prepared to conquer every Imz Irot Tlio fearful are the falling f FAMILY HISTORY Why it siiouiii no Studied byThoD CoHlciuiiIutlntr Jlatrlniony- The fact thai the offspring may be the heir to till morbid tendencies of Ihe parents makes It iinperatlve that the greatest cure should be exercised ii the selcurlon of a spouse but one should not grpw too wiiry and byper critical No generation ever existed which lid not possess some abnormal- Ity and a rational niode of life will lend to meliorate certain untoward a lotions The rule of the life insur ance companies to Inquire Into the funnily history of tthe applicant would be a prudent course for those intend Iifg marriage to adopt Evcii If the us pirant to marriage evinces no un healthy symptoms a minute study of the physical condition of hIs immediate relatives might disclog the morbid tendency to which he or she Is heir Whenever anomalies and signs of de gen rntlo repeatedly present then selves in preceding bud present genera tions thus proving the ascendency of such morbid affections we may as sume that subsequent generations will not be spared and marital union with a member of such a family should be femphatically Interdicted Among the lower classes and for that matter also among those of higher standing the fact that there tuberculosis or In sanity in the family Is perhaps the ofIYj deterrent to Contemplated conju gal union and here It is the graphic and obvious manifestation of the dls eases which lusplrp the dread Of the hature of the numerous other grave flint disastrous affections the public in general Is woefully Ignorant Unless the dangers that iiwalt them are im parted to themjnjau Intelligible inrfu ncr there can be little hope for the amelioration of present conditions American Medicine TMME tUSSAUD jThe Famous AVn ell Modql Artist ot lnriintl London Mine Tussaiul was already famous In Paris before sjie Went to England It was with two jot her waxen repro ductloiiK seized by the people for a parade through the stijcctst of Paris that the Frondi revolution was started The solders attacked the figures Two ilajyi Iatcr folloNvcil the memorable stormfujr of the Hassle Modelins wphad bwn tli0 fashionable craze of time couft and tug rich It was caught frfcm a phfekian of Hcrne uafecd Cur tins who Turned to tine art his re mnrkablc skill Iij iimodliiig uatou hal specimens and wiiS Invite to Paris by the Prince dc CJaiitl Miuiv Tussaud nee Marie Crcsholtz tie clilld of a sol lller was his niece and adopted daugh for first his pupil and thially his iuas ter There were few personages whose names are famous jiowlu cohnection with the revolution who did not sit to the young artist In wax Tile heads of some she hadtmtp model aftcr the guillotine had been employed upon then She gave lessons In the art to the kings sister Mme Elizabeth among other illustrious persons nnd Avas Imprisoned wjth Josephine de Henuhuruals af torwiiid empregs Even in those early dayjj Mf gfirtius hind a chamber ofhol roaSti I But after the resolution Mme Tus Raud left prance forever Nor did she at first find times itt England much inore propitious After trying the Strand sUe moved to lhlackhenthi then a popular resort but at lust bad togo on tour froui town to town It was not till 133i that she was able to settle pernmneatly Ih London Chicago Trib tine 611JAln Un Glacler Glaliei bay Is the iuust accessible region In which t rsoc large tidewater glaciers of AlaskjJ There are eight glaciers which discharge bergs into its Waters ITio largest of these Is MUir glacier which drains an urea of about St square ml es It Is moving with a nlaxliuum velocity of about seven feet a day anti is continually discharging large icebergs from Its end Its fluctu ations have been great within recent links One or two hundretl years ago il extended In common with the othe glaciers of the ba3i twenty mlfes below its present1 endlngi tiiul not long before that the glaciers were so small that valleys now barren and bleak were oc cupied by large forest v lCae of XeceUT Mf son said the parson to a small boy who was digging tlilont you Uoow that It Is n slnto dig oji Sunday except In caseof necessity Yes sir replied the youngster Then why dont you sSp itt asked the goo l man TCaiwc this sacnse of necessity replied the young phllasopher A teller cant flsh without bait Pearsons Weekly v 4lie Interpreted It now many comumndmeuU were Btvou to MosenS asked the Siinilay school teacher of small Bobby lie couldnot remember so In order to prompt him she held Up her ten gers f Oil I know lie exclaimed triune phI1tlhhtWO hmalmdmtfulCiueiunat- IEnqtilrer l Opp6rtniitI Von Good Deed RemenilMr tbtt If the opportunity for great leeds hoyer cOUles the oppor tunity for good deeds is renewed for you day b3 day The thing for Us to long for Is thegoodness not the glory Frederick W Farmr j 1 j CONSTIIPATI ON1ti is your of long standing Never mind we take all the jJ chances your morley refunded if a cure is not effected Dr Garlsfedfs German Liver Powder has had fifteen years of unparalleled sale because the above has been our ironclad changelesj guarantee from the first Yet nOt once during these years ttJave we hafl a bottle returned or a failure reported rhousands of casegiven up by the sufferingshaveWt hm curid thousandst orBowelefPrf trll she bottles This is one great home remedy that dispenses with doctor bills longspells of slcknessanci theirconsequcpt sufferings Listen to Nature warnings and be prepared Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Igoes right to the spot there is nothing in medicine like it It is made right Iwe have the secret and we look carefully tto it protection for it is worth millions Iof money to the people Dont accept substitutes In case your lIst happeas to be out of It we will send It to you direct daucI 100 PER BOTTLE TRIAL ZE25 CENTS lTill AMsrIu Pkafllil CIuaHfHttirlfit iNwi EvmvIllijIiHl ISold locally by t 1 0 JHAYDON Pharmacist STn1 TIIittJgc- tabIePreparauiniirrAs imilatingtIieTood andileg ala and RestContains neither I9pI 4VOUlis4MlIElPJT I IqI SetI Axjmna uMIJ skiefvt Bl g=llfnttJtttll =Aperfect Remedy forConsUpa non Sour StomachDiarrhoea Jrms CQnvutsioos fever sh ness andLoss OFSLEERrr FacSinuU Signature of NEV YORK tXACT fOPY OF WRAPPER we promptly obtain y S and Foreign PATENTS Send model sketch or rl oto clinvenUon for bookHOitOocUrdTDAfl Patenband lURU Mfli GASNOW pposite U S Patent nice- GTONDC FAMOUS BATTLE SONGS Two In tniiccM Where lio Tide lVn Turned IiySlu In Them There are two Instances on record of a hattIe lug won hy tti Avar song In the fifth Century Clcnnanus bishop of uxerre and LupUs bishop of Trojes were sent Into Britain to refute the doctrines Of Pelaglus During their stay In tills Island the Plets anS Scojs hearing that the notiian llegion Irad been Withdrawn eomnienqcd hostHIj tlcs and drove the Britons fromlthC northern to the inSre southern piirt Lthe island Gennanus at the of the IntrO pressed Islanders llrlucstjj against the IMcts and Seottf adahocilins fur as Jlold In Flintshire The bishop haying hCen a lnijlitary coininandcr In his youth placed hs men in un advantageous position and tliea started out of the songs of the church jrhis sous begun at the com mcncGineiit of the lint cuulso vocif erously did the iJfitaus slug the rb ruin Halleluiah that the hills cell qiiig with Ute sound terrified their en einios and caused Uicm tto flee in untIlI timuJ historians at A P 4fl The secondMnstancc occurred on lhc Gth iiNovember 1792 when tlie French under Uumourlez gncountcfed the Xusfrlans at Jenmiapcs In IJelgi liie day was going dead against the French whon punipniicz ran but to the front anti hilgeil the fanwi1 lalse Forty thousand voices Instantly took 1111tthe Chorus aiid inspirel Jb the iiinlc of the hattIe snug ttifc French rallied and fell furiously upon the Austrians that the title b Ijiittlb was completely JLUrnodt and vie tory glvbii for dcfeatTibarsons Week Jy 4 A Cnzaeof Ctttch- Sonieljody once twitted John GrrtI built oiij lip way David1I Dudley Fir hii Jtmnhlohigyer wljllo Field wns sclectwl by his state foe the exalted duty of codifying her Jaws It M slniply a game of catch be rtVerlied He trios fo put lip ns many bars an possjble all uniformly strong Then II 0 around nUll tr them anti see Low Ciiiauiy4Wbch heats Jlr Graham ho was asked f r rOh jl think I doIn the Jong run he responded Field neve1 succeeded In keeling tile out as ninny tiinOas I Intro s ccoo led in breaking hV U Haxi Iiuliau iNnmcii nyJcttefiieIpitied The following pkked jit ran w dom from the books of a London flnu t dolll Sbathnaiiics throughout the empire J6gaaa n in ScothasauiachpiHlrudu Manthri Jr1 lIra Surynnarayana Vnngar lathangj yijayaraghatacharrhir Con ll1Ou Muttukuinaniswaniy Mud HaV ooinuiin lie Shunnjugasundarani Iuduiir KeduRiniaugalaini Subrnmnn 1st Chldeinbera Jyer Ieruvayel Coonm leeswarenpettah Ilajaruthnh JfoodUar aTh DeWitta- nDeWitt Is tha name to for when you go to buy Witch Hazel Savo Dewltt Witch hazeL Salve Is the orictnal and only In fact DeWUfsU the only Witch Hazel Salve 7thtWitchflazel linltattoos t dangerous DeWitta Witch HazelSahre LeunsanclcsEaemaTetter sALVE i T EC DWitt 4 Ce Ck1csgLo i CASTORIk iI I I For Infants and Children t The Kind Youliave Always Bought j rjBe s the Signature l lr ofrJr JJJ 1tikIJ + J 1oI nChO UsLl1 1 FFQreOverS Thirty Ye ars1 CASTOIAITHUENTAUIO y05 Gill t i C1ubbirigLiztThe i Newspapers publishcdii c the country Softeredait i reducearatesto NEWS t LEADER SUbscribe WITJr j f jNWSLR Louisyilt Post daily J t35tO iConner Journal dailyLtiJJ iCourier Jo iTtal yeeklr 104J iLouisxill iirald dajly 525p tc ouisvilJe flerJd Wechly125Lv Home and Farm 1 liiriners Home Journai i 75 t Tuies daily G 0QJf Chi Commercial Tribun ion I j CincinnaiiiEnqiirjrc Country Gentlemen 300 Breeders Gazette 2 00 pteEstatejoalbrymaaT Qhio Farmei 2 15o Ipd pendtt Gbmmotrer 1O tJb Jjdnis GlobeDemocrat 1 75 btFicholas 85Q- Barpers Mgice 45YiHarper s vteklr Harpers Baar 4 2 American A grfcalturjsit i 35 Spfipjal rates given niany otler publications not men t honed above Wbrlch wiH be naade tcnowho appHcationto E L DAVOr Jr lub NesvLeader priigflelIXy4iS W6rlds lair Visitozi TJlllproHt by adding i trip Colorado Utah or the P Coast touYinj the deiigjitfiuipr Rocky Monntain region Mllil Denver i Rio Griwte lWf ilwhich has more scenicatiractiSfis mountain resortsrminGral springs and unting and fishing grounds than any other line in the world The invigorating climate ol I Colorado mhUes it especially ini yitivg for a summer vacation 4 AJieaith resorts MBtiifcoti Cblpv atio Springs Olen wood Spring Salt Lak6 City are wbrldfamed ef Low cxcursioa rates prtevajl toi ororado anti Utah via alllliu aJpving liberal stopovors Ut j an west of Colorado points i Throughjar service from Sfi Loiis anti Oticago titfColpfudo j tah and California pornt Superb dining cars service ala carte on trll thfougli t atns cautifuhly illustrated bopklets ill be sent fro oii hppicitiaii 0 tIjICBOOPER LP 11A- Denver Col FOLLOW THE FLAI 10 GAh1FORNlA AND NORTH WESf 4Se Wabash Railroad d its connections OfTct very 1ow rates to Colonist and Home Seek j ersnfrpm Iareh 1 to April30 1 ln very low round Iripi rate fii San Braneiseo I AND osAhgeiesOn ACCOM nt f CctUzfal i ContcrMqtkasBpincojsaICkurck rickets on sale April22 to Sf ay m t For further particulars cill Isa j xlre i P V 6RBENJK ry 1eI Ajt abash It R room 303 tR Bl4g uisville liy ctHII