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T7 rw w 7 wJ t IWI- t I M NIlS I D r t iIf bi d JID re- J i i New SeriesVol XIo 30 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON CO WT EENTUGKY JULY 28 1904 4j iiiEA 1cIri EilipsIIiiJ 1CI lliTt JJ SBThonipsoliJr1CoAWD IEMBALMERSI Carry la tock all kinii of Fanera IIlpf1ir PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIEI county seat of Washington County 52 miles south rasf of icxlnjton 59 miles from ouiiyiHe on Bardstowu branch ol Lpuisville and Nashville Vailrdad in K farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone tines express office flour mills lumber yards Popuation 1100 population of county 15000 Representative iin Congress Hon D H SmIth J Hodgenvi1lc Ky Representative i in Keutucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Barry Iancaatert Lebanon Ky i County Dlt ctory f CIRCUIT COURT 4 Circuit Court begins on the fourth Moadav in February May and Octo be4 V TvjRI Durham Commonwealth At tiwie IT l J F k Campbell Clerk Mi G LeacbmaDFIacr Commiss V crir C i v tfei QUARTERLY CblRT j Qaarterly Court is held on the third iCaodayj in1 eacb monthh u T tlitsey Judge COUNTY COURT County dytrt in etgon the fourth Monday iae ch mouth r r BJ Litsey Judge V1 iFi Booker County Clerk 5CSMaye County Attorney Cccor e Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff I Richurd IsTiam ISidriey iRi H 1ett Deputict E i Masters 4r l Jkmes F Moore County Surveyor JlRoyalty Assessor T E OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer ixoittgomery Coroner SIw Bush Snpt of Common- SchoojfiP OSprlngfieia1 I x CITY COURT Jamesli Noe Police Judge 1J9hn Gracs JMarshal WF Grigsby7City Attorney V JUSTICE cOtrrtT Justice Courts are held in January April July and October t Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH cj v Itev Ji Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third SundayS in each mouth at 11 am and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meetingievery Wednesday night I CATHOLIC CHURCH 0V P F Hennessay Pastor Ser vices eyery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours I J iCHRISTIAN CHURCH Pastor Service 3 1iiellxl Sunday is each ionth PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ReV T D Latimer Pastor Preachinitl every Sunday at 11 am 4andat7 pm Sunday school every Sn day at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thur day evenineaat 7 oclock fii i BAPTIST CHURCH ReyjWrt HarriSon Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 a wand 8pm Sunday School every Sunday fit 930 a t Prayer meeting every Wednesd evening at 8 oclQck Fraternal Ordeas 1jSONIC LoDGE Sprngtleid lodge o NoSO meets firstazadthird Monday- itieach nonib Washington R A Chaffer No 57 meet every second Tuesday SpringflelctCounCil JS652 meets on 5 toirthMonday KNIGHTS fTflE WACABKES Me- etsfJ11i i in each mon AMERICAN 4 I SILVER- I1kTRUsB Z r Li Ltcxr CO L I 4J ZaayeWeM 4 fNoprsreea I Y IIfporack- kl XIfaI lX0PL41kc4scL 11cYCaYs 0TcsJe J y C 1 flaydon ii7a1 ctrtiiUljr a specific fo t JMPa niw discovery is puI 11piu lfafbbt jibe wIth roxzle to ipgful where riost net4ed Stops thf pla iwUntly and cyreS Sold by1ay s Phcntacy Sfia wwaKr WW ffliMe S WW miWuWUu 6 I VIi fw uVJ 5 Disappointment ITis sweet to sit in woodlands solitude Beneath the oaks reclining thereat ease ITo list the songsterswarblingin the wood To watch the bquirrells rambling in the trees But ah too suddenly their gambols cease When rudely broken is the spellr profound That broods oer foil and in the yale of peace By lumbring shot that makes the woods resound Tis sweet to seethe gleeful children play jt rOut on the meadows vrfiete the flowers bloom Where scented breezes all the sum mer day Like swinging accusers waft a rich perfUmeL But ah how changed to sec them wildly scamper In haste and dread aqd with alarm fog crIes When all at once there comes the drenching pamper With cannonade of thunder in the skiesr And how enchanting is the anglers dream H As buoyed with hopes that make his spirits glot He sits ashore orj wades the rippling stream J With rod in hand until the sun is hhvf But ah returning in ynseenlly guise He meets his friends who ask Whatluck old marl Why fishermans luck adroitly he replies Ancljfaintly smiles if faintly smile he can t J A S rU1GE THURMAN it iis Judge Thunman now Last week Gov Beckham notified Mr I H Thurman of this place that he was appointed to serve as Judge of the Eleventh Judicial district until after the election in November As was announced last week Judge Thurman is a candidate before the people and from the present outlook his chances for an easy victory are most flattering his only oppo nent being the candidate from Marion county There are three terms of court tobe held in theI district between now and Novem ber at which Judge Thurman will preside Yiz Campbellsville Lebanon andj Springfield 1crl 1 ainst Q seining and trapping fish has been tile subject of much discussion among the residents of this county who have ben in the habit in past years of in dulging ina little illegal fishing without being bothered about the law The imfpression has spread that the seining law is a new onejjust passed by the last Legislature when the fact is it has been on the statute books of- Kentuckyfor years What has caused the question to be agitated in this county is the an nouncement which was made by the new Commonwealths Attor ney Durham shortly after he assumed the duties that he would try to have the law enforced and the grajid juries have re cently been instructed to indict all parties guilty of seining or unlawfully trapping of dynamit ing fish The law is jjust such an one as exists in nearly every State in the Unipn and is Q most sensible and necessary one No one who cares anything about the sport of fishing wants tto see our streams depleted of fish by the destructive methods which have been indulged in by certain reckless citizens of the county Va understand that certain voters aI6l trying to make itLan issue with the candi dates for Representative from this county that they agree to have the seining law repealed Such talk is nonsense The law is too old and too popular over the State to be interfered with by a Washington county Repre sentative or a Representative ftom any other county in the State for that matter 0MotT1WN ELECTION Listen Li all ye knockers and reformers All who have been telling how the town should bet run and who have been abusing the present town officials for their shortcomings and lack of attention to duty The time iis at hand when you can apply the remedy It will be up to the voters of the town to name and elect a nev Board of City qpun cilmen at the November election next All who are dissatisfied with tjie way things are being run in the town now should get together and name a ticket or forever after hold their peace Tlfe office of trustee oicouncil man is generally speaking a thankless job and it is sometimes difficult to get good men to accept the honor People who tire prone to criticise the shortcomings of stown officials aW generally the very ones who refuse to take a hand or an inter- eat f in the election of such offi cials The town after the dec tion passes from a fifth Cq a fouith class city with a different government It is important that only good men who have the good and prosperity of the town atiieartbe put up for office 4 car ETTING WARM That the v race betveen certain candidates for the nomination for county offices before the coming Democratic primary is growing warm isevidenced by thecharges and counter charges which are being nlade between the candi dates So fur however the campaign has been quite free from personalities and it is only the political or official records of the various candidates which are beingi attacked Ihe outcome in several of the races is extremely doubtful owing to the fact tiut one Cannot tell just what combi nations may be formed among the candidates 4 Plies OjioiLTQi of Piles Piles upon top of piles of people hay the Piles and le Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures them There are many different kinds of Piles but if you pet the genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve made by E C DeWitt Co of Chicago a cur tis certain H A Tisdale of Sntnmertin SC says I had piles 20 years and DeWitts Salve cured me after everything else failed Sold ball lrug gists The oxygenized strength of the healing pines combined with other well known kidney and bladder reme dies is dresented in Pirieulee This new discovery gives immediate relief and permanently cures all kidney and bladder troubles S ldby Had na Pharmacy b Brutally Torturc A case came 1o light tnat for persistent and unmarcifnl tor lure has perhaps never been ebualeJL Joe Golobick of Colu sa Qal writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved inej though I tridevCry thing 1diownI came across El eetrvc Bitters and iits the great est medicine on earth fot 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 d1lv 50c Satisfaction grfarjin teed byG J Haydon druggis Mackvillet perry Shewmaker bought a 5 yearold combined mare of Char lie Shewmaker at 165 Miss Kay SallCa is visitjng at Stanford also J O Sallee and Dr G A Reichenberg are visiting at Harrodsburg J0 T Lester bought ofV differ ent parties a bunchof c iIves at 1250 eaClVThe Maccabees Realized 15 at their supper last Saturday even ingIBorn to the wife of Charlie Ruby on the 23d a fine boy Ji H Cregor lost a fine mare by getting snagged under the shoulder blade Died on thevlGth after lin goring illness J C McMillenr inhisSOthye r at his home near Mackville qf infirmities of old age Funeral services were conducted fit the Presbyterian church Of which he was a consistent member by the pastor Rev W T Overstreet after which the remains were interred in Peters cemetery Born on the 24th to the wife of W P Hatchett a fine boy Mrs Tom Brown Lancaster and Mrs Marie Peter of Indian apolis are visiting tpe family of J L Cochran also JB Davis and family of t Danville were guests of the family of Johnnie Wycoff the first of the week J S Yankey bought a pair o f two year old mules of p W 1Cainderi at 250 and one two year old one of VV B Hatchett t135VV Worill lltt andDai The busiest and mightiest 1ft1 tie thing that1ever was madeis LiiePlllslThesp Dess energy braIn fag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the heaHb Only 25c per box Sold by C J Haydon Druggist CurEd ofBriWs Disease Mr Robert C Burke Elnora NYt writes Before I started to use Fo leya Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to t tf enty times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired I could scarcely see one of my family acsoss the room 1 had given up hope of liv ing when a friend r commend d Fo leys Kikney Cure One SOc bottle worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy had goneas well as all other symptoms of Brights diseaseSold by Wood Campbell Tatham Springs Mr Ivan Carey hasbeen quite sick the past week butwe hope he will beable to be out again soon The milling company of this place bought 2000 bushels of wheat at 95c a bushel lIMr Oscar hirley gave a moonlight party last Saturday night in honor of his many friends WillisburgV BrOoks ville Duncansville Card well and Sharps ville were all represented and all report a good time also had good music Hope you will have another party sometime Oscar Mr William Gordon and famiiiVJy1Mrs Elisha White and daughter Mr Bill Keeling and family Mr Alford Snfder and family visited Dr Hatchett and wife Thursday last Mr Clarence Mitchell bopght a largenumberohogs in this community llasLwOek at 495 per hundred MrV charlie Pinksfon and Miss Eansdell attended Sunday School last Sunday evening Mr Sam Wells and sister Emma visited thair Uncle Jim Drury near Ash orpoke Saturday night and SundayV The wheat crop in this section of the country is rather small but there is more oatsHhan has been in a Iqtg time CQrn and topacco are looking tine Mr Joe Bujhead bought two head of cattle at 15 per head and two head at ll per head Miss Gertha Keeling is spend ing the week with her neice Miss Bessie KeingV Mr J S Koyalty and Mr J P Burkhead attended county court at your tqwn Monday last De tness Gnnot Be CIIFOV by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutioiialem dies Deafness is caused by an flamed condition of the mucous inI of the Eustachian Tit me When thiItube is inflamed you have a rumbling j sound or imperfect hearing and vpbcnjJf It is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the itillamation cal be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing1 will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten arc caused by Catarrh which is othiug but aii inflamed condition of the nucous surfaces NVe will give One Hundred Dollars for any Case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by HaWsII Catarrh Cure Sendfor circulars free 1YJ C9ENRY COJ Toledo 0 II Sold by druggists tSc Take Halls Eamily Puts forconBtlpatonI Kentucky Fair Dates Danville Aug 83 days Kirksville July 152 days Crab Orchard July 278 days Harrodsburg Auer 93 days Lawrenceburg Aug 164 days Sbepherdsville Aug 236 days Sbelbyville Aug 284 days rf Springfield Aug 234daysiSomerSet Aug 30 days 1 Nictiolasville Aug 80B days Fl renceAug 31 7daysII Glasgow Aug 814 daysIElizabethtown Sept Hartford Sept 214 days daysI Georgetown Aug 94 days A Wonderful Blind Man Hardin county possesses a wonderful blind man MrOs Green residing near town is a No 1 cyclist While it is true he sometimes Mis by the way side yet such Accidents by no means interfere fch this exer cise he is so passionately fond r of Of course the public wants to know how he perfurms this feat He trails that is he rides in therCa of icompanion who guides his course by the ringing of his bicycle bell and the command Gee and Haw On a level road Mr Green can make as good time as the majority of riders and rides as erect and unconcerned as if his eyesight were good He does his own cooking and washing and would put to shame the ordinary nightrhorn and goes possum hunting He isi a shingle maker by trade and can turn out as many deftly made or well formeji shingles as an adept with perfect sight E ii bet town NewsABo Pity Showni 1FaF years fate was after me continually writes jP A Gullege Verbena AlaII had terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumor When all failed Bucklens Arnica JSalye cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Qoly 25c a t 0 JHaydon Drugstore kllBrllIs1 ask the readers of this paper who are suffering with indigestion or dyspepsia to call on them at once and get a bottle of Ivodol Dyspepsia Cure If you knew the value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer an other day Kodol Dyspepsia Gore la a thorough digestant xnd tlssuebnllding tonic as well It is endorsed person ally by hundreds of people whom It has cured of indigestion uyspepsia palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleas ant palatable and strengthening Sold by all druggists J Care for Hog Cholera ri Dr J R Paxton a prominent veterinary surgeon of Swain 4 Ark givtfltbe following inter est facts about the best means to exter ninate hog ch9era1 will admit that buzzards are anpar ently harmless but I know that they do the farmer more damage than eagles hawks owls wolves toxes wildcats skunks ai d rattlesnakes all put tcgether and thats no exaggeratian either While birds and beasts of prey destroy a few young pigs1 and chicks buzzards destroy millions ol dollars worth of adult animals annually I practiced as a veterinary for a third of acenturyIn the Stateof Iowa which is one of the greatest pork producing States of the Union and am now engaged in hog raising in the Ozark mount ins During a1lthesel years I have tried to find Out a remedy or preventive for hog cholera but today I know of nothing but to place the hog beyond the possibility of infection and that can never be done while buzzards infest the entire country Tne Mexican boll wevil and the Texas tick are now receiving attention from the best talent our nation affords while the pestilential buzzard is still protected by law The pill UiattWiJI will iill the bill Withput a gripe 0To cleanse the liver without a quiver Take one at night DeWitts tittle Early Risers arc small easy to take easy and gcnte in effect yet they are so certain in re suIts that no one who uses them Is disappointed For quick relief from biliousness sick headache torpid liver jaundice dizziness and all troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Early Risers arc un equaled Sold by all druggists LufgftHiaU Err Iii tto tiu soat Iwrtt TIE the Rockc IsMFriscd c c uYstei Are you interested If so get ready and take advantage of the owest rate ever made to Arkan sas Texas and In d fan and Okla hams Territories Tickets on sate from emphis St Louis and Chicago February 16th arch IstTaud 13th and April 5th and 19th Call onlyour near est ticket agent or address H I McGuiaE DistrictPas enger Agent Cincinnati Ohio fblcys Kidney Cure cabI kJcys i4 WMcfct rJcht J 90aMH ilflIrlro a aagK HHH fiWWHHHfl i Jl flil I IIOf LOCAL INTERESTS I iOj BASE BALL The Bloomfieldt base ball club after suffering a defeat from the Sprigfields here on last Tuesday went over tp Lebanon and op Wednesday beat the club at that place by a score pf 10 to 7 Ben Medley df this place played with the Lebanon team and made three of runs On Thursday the Bloomfield team playedat Campbellsville and were defeated by the score of 8to 2 An effort was made to induce the Bloomtield team to play another game here on their return Friday buf they appar ently had bad enough of trying fssues with the local club and although tby passed through here oc thejr way b letthey could not be pursuaded to tarry for another try The Spring field team has met and defeated all cpmers so tar and is now waiting for niore victims DEF ATs +The banonpeo pIe are somewhat disgusted over the inability of tbir bae ball team to win a gameThe Fal con says Lebanons base ball team has gone through tha ordeal of two more defeats since our last issue this however las become so common with tne team that they take it apparent Iy with much pleasurethe other hand the patrons of the game are beginning to think it i time to be treated to at least one victory A prominent Mm istef of our city suggests that the team should sendvfpr the Bloomer Girls to come back Monday our boys played Camp bellsville a game in which the latter won by a score of 16 to 12 and Wednesday Bloomfield de feated us by a score of 10 to 7 Individually our boys played IiI good game of ball but were unable to manage the game as a practicett To JAIL IN BED SherifF McDowell Chief Police Wood and policeman Jas Moore ar rested Walter Embry Friday aftdrnoon and brought bim from his home on the creek to jail in bed Embry has been an invalid for several years being confined to bed for that length of time The officers have been aware of his unlawful selling Of liquor but he has succeeded in ehiding them and it was uot until last week that a warrant was sworn out for his arrest He was fined 50 and 10 days in jail and refusing to pay was hauled to the jail in his bed where he will serv out us time Embrys case is a pitiful one He is hardly able to move him elfi and with no moans of support would have a hard time living But the law must be upheld Danville Advocate KILLEDBY TRAiN Raympnd A Hurstaged 24 years son of Mr and Mrs George Hurst formerly of this place was killed by 80 train on llast Wednesday afternoon near Hazel Patch He was a brakeman on a freight train and itiif supposed fell from his train and was run over His body was found some time after the train had passed Hazel Patch by the crew of another train and was taken to London from which place the remains were shipped to Louisville for burial Young Hurst had been a brake man for about two years Hew a grandson of Mrs Mary A Ay rs Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Halt Vifor It ch cks falling hair makes jhefcalr Hair Vigor grow conlpletely cures dan druff And It always restores color to gray halr all the rich dark color of early life Kr trXM etal7 asti wal afraid I would lose naIL I tiled Ayeri IhlrYUor It quickly wgfOwfcMJfCM IJll da limit I EzuUa Z LLiX Z1iMb NJ yiJMkltottl i jyacoeh AlrdrullVltafOI UIi FalliniJ Itair Noe and was known in Spring field l His unnles Messrs S A Noe of Lebanou and P B No of lhs place accompanied tfye remains to Louisvrlle Krhertfaie funerall took place Kr ank Mrs Hurst parents of the young man fiave been living at Hop kinsvillt for some time I REMARKABLE WOMAN Unr cleJim Mdore the well known County Surveyor tell Qf a re markable circumstance of the life of an old lady with whom he was veIl acquainted Ant Betsey McKay was a wellknown citizen of Taylorsville She lived to be 104 years of ae andI livedall of her life and died within ten miles of the same spot cn which she was born and yet she bad the distinction cf having lived in one territory two state and four counties She was livingwheu Kentucky was a pritJ of Virginia and when her home was in Kentucky county afterwards Jefferson then Nelson then Spencer BAD ACCIDENT A bard acjcdentto the Water Works on last Wednesday night CuJthe town to be shut off from water for three days One wall Qt the clearwater basin ol the new filler plant gave way andJ let several hundred gallons of water out and interferred with the system until a sew temporary wall could be built The accident is said to be due to the care lessnessl of an employee who al lowed the basin to fill up with water when ic was only intended to contain about three feet InJ its unfinished state Thtacci f dent cost the water company several Collars to repair i j GOOD OATS The oats crop is an unusually good one inV thisI county this season tie grain beIing of extraordinary quality The best specimen we have seer so far was a bunch from a geld on Mr E S iBarber place The heads on this oats are tw lve inches long and very heavy vTtfe variety is tne ordinary northern white oats ulaJirlails Cltlc Criiii junMt Bdfiii This remedy is cwtaivtoi t be aiadlin almost every borne before tbe tuai mer is ever It canalways be depend ed apes even In the moot severe an4 dangerous casest It IrWpecially val uable for summer disorders Ia cbUI dren It is plea to take and meyer falls to give prompt relief Why not buy it BOW It may save life For teIl by CJ Haydon tO1IrBarman c i Notwithstanding all tbatas dOns byI boards of health and en iritablj iis dined persons the death i ate aong children iIa very high duriNg tile hot l weather of the summer me alia in the large clUes Thcrels not probably onn cageof bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be oared tiyI tImely use of Chamberlains Colic J Cholera asd Dlarrhfif Remed yloSale by C J Haydon HifHU ack Ai1oThe biblical parable ol the lion l and the lamb lying down togeth i er comes true for the first time tnibtj history of he world atthi great Carl Hagenbeck Show CD il the Pike The famous Animal lOng of Hamburg Germany presents a massive open air panorama where not so mu has a molq1ii iio aetting epataiel both the mam eating beasts an the creatures of burden from the amazed pub- Lic This marvelous scene con taming lions and tigers roaaaiBf in their native jungle with tthe most Jlmjcl desradc- alled aleep is the Aniaal Paradise The breeder of Hire stock will be astonished to btcoflMncqaaia ted with the hybrid cflsprUrs of the horse and s bra The hy brkt of cross breed iintiil is MW to Naturall Hietory He ihlyimnfuaeto th bite of tbedrt 4ed TeTH fly and is being used in the Geraaan Army by Emperor William maoU1I4trcu pbants and lidos bears Mid tifOM relcprw tee trom the j hnwds of their kKperJi Baby t elephants slide down aion tf ar toffganiutoa pool of water and swim like ducks r DootorsJa 1 HeD JBt Life Peter FrT Woodruff Pa writertilAfter doctoring for two years Withthe best physiciansi i in Vl3ayjeaburg and still doctdrsadvised toattenatonceanotherwas no cure forme Foley5 Kidney rorjmendedandlinimesentatori jOC itaMlJFafter taking three bottlest began 01get better and ImproveUntilWood CipbelI WelIdb J R6Idurdssae tfirYesirday Was attended byfl ii recprkbreakjng crdw k C p fain Tcni Efiglishiaj iisjbestanditojuchebustj t fn ofthedfY by an effort tJt t 1 doubtless made Cicerolle bones tirat in spiiidesire t rtb tOC9pe wIth hint in an oratorical 1fort Mr God lrd bcT e1erythihl arranged with i i Coflvefianceto bidders ltho l ls CQDQuctJK1inal q immense barn with eit J ranged for the crowd and a ioV trum for aUCt OiIeeraJKlthe V ladies jPrices obtainedTckeittlower than the pretent prosperity of the timjes jmtifiiid but M fttflounced at jJthing put tip was old2o 6y biddingi iranged Vshortcatclewentj Correspondingly low 4frd dpled dance of barbecued excellent burgoo pr pirufbYtdtKl Dallas Goddardkept rrun qning to ndfrOfn Bargi to the tsale SOV15 01 the many bjyers roi a ditaflc5ured tiDe bar gains Nja Bu5fVpaid UiJ6 lina yonV mars at 400The total ajftrtfitciV about 10000 The i40 kors4 i averaged tIa head tSarrodsbnr Htratd reare caused rouetasubjecttobe atoiucl-iexjuds t 4wflU and agassttlieheart am- lshortss the HetRapidi1t andhiartJdieue tessltKodo1Dypewj r yGLeattakestl45raiof ihcnkecIlt mires indigestio l tistomach lan ontr ut siiouri kii t f 4 Itresgth ad l ofthedriggfsts Piwwlfi iis tKt name ore lutw ilJJ cpvery pit split a sew way JicatUiR fatrtrsi blea Rhenatiiii Liusbago dc Yo farerrtorcadlet ifthepiae 1 1tteIyASej Twemy yeari ago whjzat r Carlj j t wan bitten by a large spklru eyer since then hebas an- fual periods of intense sufferiag ifrom the wounds inflicu by the agninutivt Iut Oi5JftoalapiaJ At tne time of tile Jinjury MIV 1 Uatlett jwas in his Jekl biirfin I ats t lower t He felt a sting oi the + 1ipQl1rinYt t a spider know as the bottle i j variety had bitten hmT HurryJ I r ngtq the housfe baiiy1ji1 caHed for Wbl II the aticnjiiantco tSsleCt1b wu lj almost in couvwlsges febmptiV 1 and th bite caee Mar cavtiBc his deth The t 1ed1 pe Ifl l jjTVune and evry 7ez since at the very her o ths t day o4 the II1Oti aiwl jesr M- Cstlett ft IIM uraepoaO- L el ts saiL goes throsgk ts J 1S00 inteii sefHsgJpg tbt severa1d4y 74tMa o lUiit T tI huast efftttoqpietu- usia J tis whikyssdeecyy jsi bforetb tiwe fOr te rs trnok 1M aJftidbr Jlt ctanteciitiBf the result Is forcVWrpMirt to take whisky to cou- ntSt t the effects Of th poio Thierarabejncdeaah J ktI ric stIses Iad lrfticMtnt My tat it k t era dit CAM 0f flte kied on recoid a i T7if his f INrQttUl little crceics aatiuiS b INW hWW annual attacks inr idwi L tbetfraibleagosyt heunckrgos 1arue Couny IIra fj LiJ L i v 7 THE NEWSLEADER 1 LS TT TKJMDJOT + IAYIAJINADVAPd9EI it1 mtaIlLDKV E L DAVISON Jr b c jbii JR tAet1 c UeH 18 per sk 11 oiMa in ui political w ttw pr- Js j wsik kaitowTatM bst cub 4IbS psM Ia t4ecj if gees AIvae aiO 1Iber- awL 1IUI1F s tHI4W4I f rMpect 3 J Sj JIM IM6Ihtiu 3- 5Oss 500 0IIeeI1CtJ J MTOIWDAT JULY 28 1904 I pocciccuitjudgeawthodS We J L H THURMAN 41a caWate kr the oIce of Circuit Jnife ef this tfce Eleventh Judicial iikrkt AMtpMed of Washington tfarto raytor aiMl Green counties aiHject totfce action of thd Demo cratic party We are aitkwUed to announce NBL LITSEY M a cdi ate for reelection to the ace ti COitt7 Jwfce of Washington cetybtt ta the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 4 ezreantoc1wtoannmhlce BYRON CR0AKE as a ca 4liate for the office of County Jttdffe f WasklRftoa county subject to the cUf the Democratic pri I aryAngitlQ04 We are autheriied to announce L SCOTT MATES as a cWMMate for reelection to the ofke f County Attorneyof Washing totl cwmty subject to the action of tks Democratic primary August 6 Wear authorized to announce WF BOOKER as acamnMate for reflection to the 0cepiCo ty Clerk subject to the actlwi of the Democratic primary Ant14 i We are wkkcrtoed to announce the LiastJ GEORGE D PAR OtT k a MurfUkto for the Iice of Sheriff uffiIs1xitS coity wbetto the MUM t the Democratic party k Btoetto Kaye b r ItQS Wa sriULbOdd to UJKQDCe 3 S OSEOUBNE a oft MIMe for the office of Sheriff ocWMUagtoa eouaty If elected H ipwldMa4arSafl Anderson aMl flerfctrt gdIesn will be his deputes Subject to the action 61f the Dabocrattc primary August 6th We are authorized to announce PRANK KEEN 8 AS a candidatel for the office of Sheriff- of Wa ki gton county subject to te action of the Democratic primary Aufwt 8 1904 If elected hia depu ties jrlllbe R HT Mulllcan Henry f Hilton George Cocanougher and George Bowen Wt ratbrIsed to announce GEORGE D CATLETT a a adiate for reelection to the e4k e Jailer of Washington county Mbfeet to the action ot the Demo- S tie primary A KMt6tb 1904 We are authorized to announce T P OBRYAN 1as candidate for the office of Asses sorof Washington county subject to Abe action of the Democratic primary Awgiit 8 19t4 Your support re spectmullysolicited We are authorized to announce WDCLAYBROOKE Scandidate for Representative in th4oweikoase of the Kentucky Leg IskUre from Washington county suhject tto the action of the Democratic baryAigut6th 1904 We are authorized to announce WaS Y GOODLETT W 4asacaadi ate for the office of Bepre sentatlve in the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature from Washing ton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 We are authorized to announce SMIssELL A D SHAUNTY asa candidate for the office of Super c iiltendent of Public SchooJs of Wasl ofthe iMjoa county subject to the action- Democratic primary August 6 1J04 Weare authorized to announce- J JWBUSH as a candidate lor reelection to tte omce of SuperJiilendent of Public School of Waiifafton county suL fecbtotbe action of the Democratic primary Auguat6 10- 4AaUicKtii kian as been tRt TM Bocratic Na OMittee st its meetingI1ITwiidiy Iim New York iinani m miy ttoele Tbom Taggart I liftMtr etoirwitn although HMM WUJO M ppoiltidH from S11rs iptotbe last 1eiiiti Urejr Woo of Ken- tockj WM tecUd jtcreUrj of the eomIUee defeating A1 Walsh of Iowa by a yple of 3o to 12 on4thgbijgtI labor strikes has benaugura- 4ei among the packing houses at Chicago AH of tho laborers at the stock yards and at tile various packing houses ar6 out Qn strike and the fight between the two sides will be a litter one for the packers are striving to fill the placet 4fi tne strilring If men Gen Percy Haley has been reelected Secretary of the Demo cratic State Central Committee A State campaign commlttee was selected and S W Hager elec ted chairman The names of several prominent 1 Democrats were recommended the Gay ernor as election commissioners ratfiain Springs The farmers are through mowing hay fkifli this vicinity and are now cutting oats Mos5 very one has a good supply ofboth Capt Wright and wife Mr and Mrs John Searcy and little daughter Miss Louise of your town and Miss Stratenburg of Louisville are spending a few days at the hotel of this place drinking the famous water for their health Mr M L4 Searcy and wife and daughter Miss Ethel paid Tatham a visit SundaySb Oscar Shirley entertained his maiiy young friends in a charm ing manner on last Saturday night at his home near Tatham All enjoyed a good time- Mr A Snider and family W B Gordon ani family Mrs Bettie White Mrs Harvey Hatchett Mrs Nelson Dennis and Mrand Mrs W NKeeling and daughter spent the day att Dr Hat chetts last Thursday Mr fohn Noel of Brooksville called on his sister Mrs Della Carey of this place Thursday eyening Messrs Jim5nider Granville Brown and John Hungate called at Dr Hatqhetts Thursday eve Lafe Wells of your town visited his parents Wednesday night at this place The protracted meeting at this place has been postponed from the 29th of August until sometime in September We will have services ry second and fourth Sunday now and Sunday School every Sun day evening at 3 oclock All are invited to come and take part Ivan Carey has been quite sick but is better at this writing Walter Keeling attended ser vices at Love Ridge Sunda- yFOLiLliOiEYANDTAR fer MIr tur 1l ptatu POblN The angel of death visited the home of Mr Robert Thompson Saturday claiming his little daughter Miss Carrie Thompson Miss Car lie was a bright pretty girl of fifteen years She was lovely in home school or societ Her death came as a shock to all who knew her but it was expec ted for some time as that dreaded disease consumption had its deathlyl claim ijipon her1 Friends sad is it not only for her parents oflthishe too drops tears of grief May her kind acts and influence with her c inat1ons be strong and lasting and let Iher example be a guide for all that knew her ThadChedtham was in Waddy last week visiting old schoolmates Mr Berry Pinkston was in Springfield Monday Mr Pink son is 55 years old and has al ways been a1 resident of this county but Monday was the first time he was ever inSpmngfieldi on county cpurt day Miss Ray Wells is visiting atf Willisborg Miss N Delia Virgin will begin her school at Polin August 1 and Thad Cheatham will begin at Brush Grove August 22 Mr John Carey went tc I1U nois lat week to see the country with the intention of finding a place that he would lather live than in Kentucky but bebas ifei turned and says there is no place like the Corn Cracker State to t him IRiLlS r rii= r T ttis iyttjiaafr inW itHiiHV HHHWHWwHHHWH Q liIL i 11iI11 i i Sasfltported by sur Correspondents A a dnftnRlUUtaBM LIL7ftL ft8afta anAftJUUuuta JAr ScrugviIIc- 5Mv C R Cheatbam had a- very valuable horse to die ilast t Saturday also Uartwell Ether ingtori lost a very fine Jersey mill cow Both supposedlo die from hydrophobiaS Mrs Etta Hendren and daugh ter Miss Sallie Kate spent Sat urday and Sunday with relatives and friends at Mooresvjlle Mr Oltie Keeling wife and son were guests at the home of Fred Cheatham near Fenwick last Sunday There wilt bean ice cream sup per at this place on the night of thYSOth Supper will be served atYocom Hall Mr Qmer Scott and sister Miss Claytie visited their cousin at Hillsboro Sunday M V Crouch is working on Jas Coulters house this week Steve Baker and wife of near Chaplin visited the family of J W Baker Saturday and Sunday Mr Samuel Lewisand wife are visiting their sons in Mercer county this week Valley Hill Mr W S Y Goodlett ofnealJ Polin the popular c ndid Representative was in our midst Thursday seeking the many voters who are of demo cratic sympathy Oat harvest is over in this section and the crop hasproven a good one There are more oats this season than was ever known before and prospects are they will be lower On last Thursday night some night owl invaded the turkey roost of Thomas Reed and took eleven fine joung turkeys No trace leading to the recovery of the turkeys has been found This was a good haul for the rogue but it is dangerous business and If they don t watch they may thinksomeone owns a magazine gun in this community Thomas eedand wife visited relatives near Maud Saturday night and Sunday Thomns A Grundy was in Louisville Saturday V Seer 1 from this place were in your town Saturday shopping Mr N W Janes of near your town was in our vicinity last week se1lin goads Mrs fEm ma Tucker of this place andmother Mrs Rebecca Goatley qf your Town visited Mrs J D She1ian of the Grove neighborhood Sunday Addle Lee Piles and WT Beam were in Woodlawn Sunday H H Tatum of Litsey left this place Saturday to attend the funeral of his sisterinlaw Miss Pearl Lear who died in Louisville Friday of typhoi4 fever Mr Frank More and Mrs L M Gregory passed through our village Sunday Mesdames CL Grundy and W F Moran were at the home of Mrs Donahue Monday Mr Houtchensof Bloom field was in our midst last week Mrs J L Moran visited her sister Mrs Thomas Baker oi Hillsboro Sunday Misses Sue and Bertha Edger ton passed though our village Sunday enrcule to Miss Lydia Virgins where they spent this week Mrs Jeff Hughes of Shelby County was canvassing ourSec tion last week selling a compound for preserving fruit without cooking This is a grand thing but several citizens say the old wayt r is good enough for them Sijrce this letter was begun it nas been discovered that on the same night Mr Thomas Reeds turkeys were stolen seven of his hens wera also slipped Irom their perch Mrs T dj Ttumwas called to Louisville last Friday by the death oof her sister Miss Pearl Laar who formerly lived at this place ynd has a score of friends here Several1 of our younger citi zens request that Mr Editor should supply another receipt ttt VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer heavyAlvaysrestoresyouthStopsfatllflghaIr J I for kissing as the last one has failed in this climate We think the receipt was excellent but nevertheless some caq find fault with anything except the Npws LEADER and there is but one aulp with that and that is It doesnt come otten enough As there hasnt peen a question ino r special department for qnite a while we will kindly ask if any one can inform us of a preventive for the fleas We will return the favcr any way possible and remaiu UNO Hillsboro 1lwrIowith of baseexc ption ball gossip and political talk but we will try and furnish one of the best county papers in the State with sOme of our happen ings Eld W Ezra Sutherland preached at Botland Saturday night and Sunday He will begin a meeting at Fair Mouut Sunday John W Rpmines and wife ofI Chaplin visited the family of P B Prather Satthday and Sun day Jas Settles and wlfebavereI turned from a pleasant visit friends in Nelson county toIIII Miss Mollie Cammack a lar young lady of Wardsville is the guest of Mrs W E Suther land dvring the meeting Misses Corine and Mamie Leachman and Selma Pfleiderer II of Louisville have bean visiting the family cfS Leacbmar They delighted our people with some excellent music rendered on the guitar and mandolin Miss Ella Shaunty the demo cralp favorite candidate for School t Superintendent was in4 our imidst the first of the week presenting her claims to the voters and welearpredict that she will make a clean sweep of Hillsboro voters Es11mm pharmacists m I4M1n Springfield KySPhysicians Prescriptions A Qf BB BBThere is quite a complaint be ing made by some of our people about be boys plying base ball of a Saturday evening because it takes up too much time Our boys are good industrious and work faithfully live and a half days in each week and theyI should certainly have Saturday evenings for enjoy ment Strangq to say some of those who to ball playng can find time to attend county court public sales political speakicgs and all other kinds of meetings but the indus trious working boys are not to lose time enough to play a gamell of baT Let themset the exam pe of faithful work before tbeyjjj say anything about our boys be ing time kil1eisSMesdames Erma Leachman and Annie Godby are visiting friends at Fairfield this weekI We have bpen requested to say thai there will be a base ball game here Saturday between the Cross Roads team and our team The entire PennyrUe team is expected to be present The vera and tobacco crops are lookng well but are begin- ningi to nedd rain The old faimers say that the present in dication for a good crop is better now than for years Tha Democratic istt getting tb ieyer heat here and it is not wanting for talk for each man is busy for his favorite t candidate Oneo our siys that he is going to quit work until the ejection is over- tfor there are so many candidates calling on him that he has hardly time to eat much leEs to work iis Prom the best information we can find Kctie i Goodlett and Miss Sbaunty will get the bulk of the vote bereI I Jas W Settles who has recently sold his farm is very low Jt iA O Ac with Oklahoma fever with chances for his rceovery very doubtf ul The protracted meeting which begun Wednesday night under the thost favorajble circumstances is continuing with growing inter est Eld Perry R Campbell of Harrodsburg isidoingthe preach ing to the delight of all He is in his twentysecond year and it s safe tosathat ito series of sermons were ever preached here that received or attracted more attention than his The verdict of the people iis that Campbell has something talsay and Knows how to say tHh preacbjing is plain and simple yet earnest and powerful and above all it is Scriptural The people are so much impressed with his knowl eigeof Gods Word and his ability to impart it that they are comllgfrCy quite a distance to hear him f LILAG r Willisburl Miss Cora Thompson daughter of Mr and Mrs Robt Thompson died at her hcme on last Saturday of that dreaded disease consumption She was 16 years old and wasthe eldest of four children Not long ago the fond parents buried their youngest child at this place Rev J A Sims delivered the funeral discourse to a large crowd of sorrowing relatives and friends Her remains were interred in Fairview cemetery and the pall bearers were Misses Nora Sims Myrtle Johnson Ar tie Sutton Essie Hungate Nora Cheatham and Attareen Riley Miller Coulter is confined to his bed at the home of his father with ttyphoid fever Mr George Birch wife and daughter and Mrs Edd Reed of Louisville are guests at Birchwoodt Miss Sue Bell of Lawreccc burg js a pleasaut visitor at the home of Mr W S Gibbs THE LEADING 4 St IE Special Attention Giien Full Line Paints and Oils and object primary citizens Miss Lillie Blackflrby spent several days with Miss Hattie Settles at Hillsboro last veek Rev 3 A Sims Is holding a series of meetings at SeavnIe this week Miss Agnes Hines of Litsey isI spending the week with MistS drinkingtheSpriugsrorMisses JAntiie Mcllvoy and Addie Foster spentt last week with friends at Hillsboro Quitea number of Macca es attended the supper at Mackyillol last lenjoyedMr C R Cheatham bad theI misfortune to lose a very valu uPPoition a mad dog Dr W Wi Hyatt and family ent1Sundarritt of Louis ville is spending his vacation with his aunt Mrs Sdo Merritt Carfwrlghis Creole The dinner given by tho ladiesIi of St Rose parish at the Opera House Monday for the benefit of the church was quite a success Mr Haydon Buckler a highly respected citizen of Marion counll ty died Mondayjaf ter a long illness His funeral took place at St Charles church Wednesday morning at 10 oclock He leaves rn children to monrn his loss Miss Susie Wheatly cf Botland visiting her aunt MrsPius Ntlly of this place Albert Medley CAme up from efIs don BucklerS t Mrs Belie Kepre was visitin iJ 1= Sole Agents fof Hickorytandker FIRM 8UPPOEI jpaJi Quantuly 4VfCarload 1111 J J t McCURkft4Ttt 1 J DEALERS rNt T f I Buggies IIinpleinentsI r t GGrain an 1 PISSeedsdS 1 T We handle Buggies Surreys A alts p al grst8 sprfe L I the purchaser Agents for the Svractf se Hillside Biow v I If all and examine our extens1v line of Hariiessr S Collarsl J I Work Buggy Rob s and Hors Bhiiakets j j4 SEED OATS Cash Paid for IHIDES and FURS her mother Mrs Vicc Smith Sunday Mesdames Mary Spal iog Minnie Mattingly and Harriet OBryan and children spent Monday with Mrs Julia Stanford Smallpox is raging in some parts of the neigh borhood Richard landford and Miss Louisa Montgomery unfortunately are the victims alI present Qa tion should taken to any further spread of the disease iTHE GUARANTEE PROTECTS YOU If Mlona Doe not Cuse Dyspepsia Wood Campbell wll return your money When YOU buy a box of Micna natures cure for dyspepsia have Wood Campbell l1 sign the following guar antee This protects you absoititr1- rgrinst1ossshuukI the treatment fail to cure you SGUARANTEE We hereby agree trefund the money paid for Miona on returnof the ompty boxes if the parch er tells us that it has failed to tucdyspepsia or stomach trouble i This guarantee covcrR two Soc boxes btxesor a months treatment Wood Campbell Any one who has dyspepsia indi get on headaches dlzziuees or specks before the eyes or aty form ot liver aiid stomach troubcs should thc advantage of this chance to ba cured without risking a penny The guarantee i plain and absolute If Miona does not do all that is claimed fer it lilt does riot give perfect satis faction if itdoonot cure dyspepsia la any lorm and give perfcctand natural idigestion ycur motley refunded upon demand Wood Campbell give a positive Cuarautee yith every box showing most conclusively their faith in this remarkable remedy Pleasant Hill V Born to the wife of Edward Jenkins a fine boy Purdom J A Durr bought a nice cow andcalf of Jacob Ward of Card well for 25 Mr and Mrs George Royalty of Seaville visited relatives at this place last week J t Royalty sold two head pfcattle last week to Shields Mitchell at 3c per pound i All the lambs in this vicinity lave been delivered There was a very kooc1 crop of lambs in this section this season When illious take Chamberlains Stomdch LivcV Tablets For sale by CT Hapdon The OrJulnnl Anulomanlac Wayne Lad Just won the battle Of Stony Point nut why Jnqulrod the British do they call you JMuiliAiithouy Because rbpllotl the doughty genera I am the original Anglomanlac Putting his statement to the test ho pressed onwaird taking with him soy eral cannon of the latest English man ufactureXewYork Tribune Scrlona Defect Young man this elevator Ii out of order I shall certainly report It to my husband who Is an assistant elevator Inspector Whwhwhats the matter with It maam The mirrors are soiled and dingy sir Chicago Tribune SInconilderateMabel I do believe Miss Ponds Is In love with that poor young lawyer Clara What a shame And she would make such a good wife for some fellow who was marrying for moneyPuck Chagrin Little PijkUucle Rfcliard what is chaj rln Uncle Richard Dickie elm grin Is that feeling you ought to have when you kick at the cat and fall over backward lifdtanapolis Journal In the hour of distress and misery the eye of e ery mortal turns to friend hip Iu thn hour of gladness and con viviality wfiat your want It Is rltnlshlpS 4 E jHeadjquarters for alU I SPRpFIELD Kl PloneNQ2OBringa ZAny Gear prevent Tornido Oliver 1a 0 Busies New iiIiit Shopt K 11 Js OLD STA- NDSPRINQFIELb KV u Buggies Carriages painted in firstclass style and in an uptodate manner Siltis guaranteed Prices reasonable I 1 D BATSE L PR0PRJE3Tpe I1Neee fttolM wkSt tilt emy Mckife Wesefl J y r Chilled PiOls i r CASEYS faction l M S I IL 1I1 regulatesthe iiIII says Our baby was mstint IWhUI P teething His bowels seemed aj n d control Three physicians I him up Owens Pink Mzxirc his life I cannot say enough Eour baby i cad bosk free rnddress THE FLOYD MEDICINE COj DETROrf uCK1 r It t ql FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA I n acykccUtcatIicsq IItSIe TABLETSfor1ndlges1Ion5Otzblets I For sale btJ Haydon Pharmacist Pare bportunifies1 1t Siz 55 OA 4 rf ttapitalisJillnwe gltiJoeee2rs i i along the Ijncbof the t 11 UI th i f fjtt t tIItu and ROUNTltJp L tmnli Trc0 1t1 i Jj llUaJ fl Lr I i t i 1f 4r P Great Southwest Sy Z jTt I Direct lines 10 l ftfj Missouri Kansas Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana and Texas 11- Throueh tPullman Sleeping and Free Reclining Chair Cars fe tDescriptiveH C TOWNSEND L T Of MATTHEWS Qflall Passenger ADd Ticket Agent Traveling FasaongerAgent CT LOUIS LoUIsvILCiI lII Spot of Heiress Tnkcn Her Knntc Acoordhijf to old audi cstabllslled custom inr Tapnn the eldest childf jrlibthcr innle or female must tjmlef all circumstances abide at and Inliorl Xue boim By this menus a continu ous succession is assured and the istfitoa cannot pass into tin hands of tftran ers Frotn this arrangement it follows of nccbssity that no eldest cUIHlcin mar ry and live with hn cldes cnlh of the opposite SaL When an heiress wods her husband must assume the family fiCiib A similar custom prevails in certain firuillies among the people of the Basque provinces in the north of Spain An eldest son among then Is got allowed to marry nn eldest dtfygu tqrilf both are firstborn In this case too the husband of any eldest daughter takes up his rcsKJcnce under his wifes roof and adopts her nairife which thus transmitted tu their children Diseisc takes no number vacation SIf you need flesh mil airength ue- jScotts Emulsion tummcr as io wwter 54oare SCOTT ft BOWNE OwMbM 415415 Pr Street NswYosb joe aid ioo all droggtsU J f 11 a j Disc H rroir j J lli and l 2Sc4 McleWes I ti 111 f if KIDNEY Z Zill i il I or Will cure any case of Kidney Bladder disease that 19 no4 beyond the reach of medicine CIVLNUPTODIES B SpIoffOl JO4 N Virginia St Xrxasvilkk Ind writes r Fororer four years IWM trqablM with n kidncY nndbladderaJIecUoll IlosUeektoand was unable to work Three physlclaB3fil tnbolptnanudlxrasgiyoa up to die Toter 0Kldhcynporo was recommended and the i5boti3 saa reatrelief and after takteff thi I 1TVCi 1 BEES Laxative HON EYDD TARHS Ao t meat over al- Cqgh t Lung I 11 Remedies Cures eoIiI rethLI8aDGently Moves the Bow iPIeaMnttothtaatewtgo- odalikeforToungandO t PREPAMKD Pillule Medicine CooJCICI10fU StA f t DB JJI BURTON 4 MKSDENT DENTIST r TEETH EXTRACTED WTHOUT PAIN VoWHJt Hafjwi Block up stair SPRINGOBLD KY4 All Dtnt1 Work Strictly j l i Firitclmis litDiIdHI LAMPTON OFFICE v la Oner HouSe 1DL 8J81001 SPItINGFLEEKY OFFIGB Dr Eineharts for wir offic over Peoples Deposit Ba k Office hours 12 to2pm I WVF GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW OcoysrPcopIca Bank- 8PRINGFIELD KY S M GreenDr1 DJ3IMTJSTSI All kinds of dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord Phoue56 SPRING ELpKY iMV c HYATT M D SPRINGFIELD KY Ofllce In Peoples Bank Building S1I11 Telephones f 931f IJAMESP GRAVES tEACTICAI fitctaiaker and Jciclcr CaWiesa line of Watches Clocks arielJewelry Repairing SpeI daily located htT W Simms 5Jr Bid law office opposite CourtHouse Springfield Ky 1 iRallroMd Schedule Following is the time schedule- now in ffectou the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown function 502 pm Bardstown 552pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield kt 530 am Bardstown 617 am UjtrdFjown Junction 705 im arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstowd Junction 930 am Bardstowu 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardatowri 230 p m Bardstown Junotion 485 pm i Arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sunday s only Leaves i Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bartlstbwn Junction 8V45 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm B rd town 735 p m arrives at Springfield 825PW JOHN Y MAYES fUN fRAt DIRECTOR c ANn EMBALMER- TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 5SPRWG U XT- c Hie You Hauling 1TP pQ- SIf call up J CL ALLEN at the Depot FREIGHT AND lHUNKSi Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything in the hauling Irie done carefully and ate t asonable rates PHONE 22 BeestLAXATIVE Honey and Tar jis different from all other cr ught yrfipH It contains antiseptic proper tieto destroy the derms solvent rapertlei toeat the phlegm and lax attive properties to cleanse the system Jke Laxatlr Honey and Tar is a f pleasant pcrmaneat cure for al- coughcolds1tig and bronchial trou fcic8 Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Wt r ttfcnislof the faaipus little liVer pills recently disoveri dby the Tencrabte Br Dade of Chicago Per sons wbJiavc wed lades PHil will lave itO OtljerIThey cure constlpa ion 3db Utydou Pbsrnacy- 1 I TOWN fSW SsoiLo fttHappenln s of Interest g The Freshest and Latest1 I All AboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances tM IFruit Jars caps and rubbers had at Ibwest prices at J4A Shaders See us for fruit jjars cdps rubbers anqtiI1 bans liSS Hagah Eros The bdst and whitest preserv ing sugar 18 pounds for a dollar atJA Shader js Special loy sale on Jardinieres for the next 10 days Hagan iJros Base balls bats inits and other sporting good cheapest and best at J Ai Shader ttS A Large and handsome line of Fruit Berry and Ice Cream Sets Hagan Bros See Boblitt Thompsons Benedict Bakers and Pat Kellys bnggies All done at the Spying field Carriage WorksIMr George H Lambert ofI Louisville an expert carriage painter has been engaged by the Springfield Carriage Works which i turning out some first class jobs The taxes for the Springfield Graded Scho61 district for the year 1904 are now due and if- not paid before August 7th the penalty will be added G C WHARTON Collector Springfield G S District We a ilLdiscontinue from this cdate giving reel rebate stamps and all those having stamps in their possession are requested to presnt same to5W L Leach man and get prizes Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire A Baptist tent meeting will begin at Canarys Spring on Pleasant Run 6n pext Sunday The meeting will be conducted by Rev Biddell assisted by Rev R L Pjurdom and other ministers and a large meeting is expected i Mr D Riley the wellknown farmer of the county has a new cropof tobacco which he thinks is about the finest in the county He expects to send a sample of his new J ropto the Worlds airto be put iinto the Ken tuck xhibit The Sprtngfield base ball club will go to BloomfielS Tuesday next to play the team at that place The Bloomfields are tile strongest team Springfield has met this season and on heir own grounds they may make it warm for the champions There will beagame of base lill here on Saturday between the Springfields and tha team from Harrodsbtirg weunderI stand that the club the410Callteam a good game is In prospect The game will be played on the Graded School gronnds r There were about 50 buggies in town cpurt day that only needed to be repainted to make them better than new which eight coat work will do there being only three coats when turned out of factory we make them better than new ones We do eight coat work Springfield Carriage Works A most worthy candidate for the nominatioi for a small office on the Democmtic ticket at the primary next month is Mr John A Smith who seeks the nomi nation as Goroner of the county Mr Smith isn good hardwork ring carpenter but promises if elected to find time to attend to the duties of the eorohors office and should the voters of the county so honor him we sure entirely he satisfactory will fill the place manner feelI S M Campll auctioneerrre ports county court day as being one of the blones for a crowd but very few stbpkon the market and a duU day throughout fpr business on the treet He made the followingkajes One cow and calf 28 one same 2625 one same 323 1 old cow 1410 two yearling steers 20 each one vearlingbull 23 one lot gbdkte about 5c a pound one nice blackl mare 125 one nice bay mare one 3year old filly 85 IlQ8 Young Mens Day will be coQduetcd here next Sunday T u1181t under the auspices of 1the Ktita Executive Committee or the Kentucky Young Mens TOPICs ISI- Su7qrCM massJJIleelmg IIwillbeisII injLiCeHinj j Presbyterian church at 745 Sun day night at which representa tivesof the Young Mens Christian Associations will make brief addresses Be sides Mr Dix Mr Chas D Gates of Louisville President of the TurnerDay Wdolworth Company which employs 1400 men wl speak Mr Gates is not a sLranger in Washington county Both men and women are invited to the union service at night FOR ALEI desire to sell my place privatelyi Said place contains Ii7 acres of land the most of it well set l1grassI There is about 40 actfes of new good tobacco land thichis cl seJ to barn and easyto house Said place has on it a rood tobacco barn and good tock barn alsoa small house with 4 rooms and all necessary outbuildings It is situated on the Beeelfland and Lincoln Run pike 6 miles from Springfield and 2 miles from Valley Hill Station I A B WALKER A CARD As there has been a good deal of talk during this campaign concerning the law against seining I wish to state my position on that question I am against the law Which has been on the stathtefbooks for som teighteen years and will say tbis to the people Qf Washington county1 If the majority of the citizens are against the fish law and wish it repealed if lam returned as your Representative to the next Legislature I will promise to introduce a bill to have the law repealed provided the peo pie indicate to the their desire SVery Respectuflly t W D CLAYBROOKE BIRTH DAY t JENSONTQNTQuite a circle of lloving and kind relatives and friends of this place gathered at the home of Mrs Melvina Young widow of Mr MD L Youngj to have her 67th birth Iday celebrated last Friday July 15th by giving her a surprise dinner and many beautiful presents amounting to 8 The table held mDnytthings which kind and tender hands had pre pared The number present at the home was 89 besides many little infants in their mothers arms It is needless to say that everyone there from gray haired to infant had an enjoyable time When the day closed all left bidding her an affectionate goodbye and wishing her many hap py returns of that day to which she said that she may never meet us again but hoped to meet again ki heaven She has lived a Christian life arid as she is old and prepared for a better home we Imow she will be glad to go at the Saviours call Written By Her Great Niece 0MATTIE AJELLIOTT FIRCNAL Dr W 0 G r jgsby of Bards town was iin town Monday C WEagan is at Crab Orchard Springs this week Miss Mary Lee S5mms has gone to Catiottsbnrg for avisit Nr John May and daughter of Bardstown jyerG here on Satur day f John Hord of Cairo 111JK was here the first- of here iron business Miss Margaret Russell of Bardstown spent Sunday with her parents Miss Virginia Weisman of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs Walter Leachma Mrs Thomas Hardesty is visi ting friends sujd relatives in Lebanon this weekSMr and Mrs E S Mayes are visititur their daughter Mrs John Mahon at Lebanon Mr E S Mayes JrJ was in Louisville Sunday to see his wife who is at anSJ2Mrs Wallace Brown who has been visiting Mrs H R Thomp son has returned to Bardstown Miss Inn Qsbournewho has IUUUt Jt JtJt Spectacles ItAl f THERE EYE HfPS IFRmH r t EYE HURTERS AND HEfiDJCH MAKERS IF WRONG I Who but yourself can pre j vzii vjr uuj having th if you dont get 3 right place Not emwron1II spectacle seller I seems to be to get your nose harnessed with a pair thatIstrikes your fancy and opens your puicS J opticalbusiness tending to it properJy that we Ihcp to build and to keep a reputation C F RUSSELL Main St Springfield Kyt DR fF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENXISTDfficc over Haydoh Barber Dental work atroiisonable prices All work guaranteedS SPRINGFIELD KY been visitmg Mrs C H fclni Ure nas returned to Mead county DMiss Acquin Montgomery of Louisville is visiting at the 1iome of Mrs T VV Si cams this week H M Grundy and Miss Annie McOhord spent several days in Danville last week visiting rein lives v Miss Jennie Glay brook e enter tainted in a inost delightful mall ner Thursday in bonor bf th VIsItors Mrs Gore and Miss Mary Lee Wakefield of Nelson county are guests of their brother Mr Ray Wakefield MISS t Sarah Simms has return ed home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives m Eliza bethtown Mr and Mrs G Fetter Steele of Louisville after a short isttl to their aunt Mrs J L vharton have returned home Mrs John W Lewis entertain ed at euclVre at her home on last Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs SfeeleiOf Louisville Misses Sado Maves Hazell Morton nOd Josephine Turpin have joined a house party at Mr Jack Beamsat Early Times Scrgeant Clifford Cox has returned home Bfter a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Green county his former hone 1 Mr mid Mrs John H Morgan and two little daughters have returned tto Harrodsburg after visiting relatives in the county Mrs J1L Wharton entertain ed quite a llarge party of ladies at eighthandFlinch nlast Thurs MrsJFetterStt CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of To the Farmers of Washington- County The Kentucky Growers In surance Company a strictly far mers company with office at Laxin lonr was organized in Oefobef 1890 It covers the same 10 counties of the Blue Grass Section whi hit originally selected as its t rritpry One of these counties is backward in giving the suppo t it should and the Management oi said company contemplates yithdravying from it and substituting another county instead The first chance at this proposition is offered to comIpanrwards of two thousand members and has insurance to the amount of 2200000011 the bevjarjn property in the counties ofAJlIIfderson Boyle Franldifi FftyeTte Garrard Jessamine Lincoln Mercer Shelby dWood ford It is stronger thaW ever before in its existence It has written sixty per cent more insurancejini the past year than in any yrrjS II ponding time Its rate qt aejment is high enough for safety and low enough to give perfect satisfact ion to its members The rale has not been changed for the past three years ndis likely to remain at that figure still longer because it has proven so satisfactory This rate is about one half that charged by stock companies The company knows no such thing as a dissatisfied l member This card is addressed to the farmers of Washington county with a- view cf having asi R epairib Promijiy and Neatly ei rpone at Reasonablel Prices Sprjhgfijeld KyI rnwiy of then asIrd poncene4v wrte the company within the next jib days and staJjQjhe r views and their ideas of whit measure ofporniseWitshingtoi coytywillofferif taken into thei compaay Let each One who writbs state what ha himielfAvip d6 m the prcmlscsc AddressSTHE KENTUCIV GiTIt I or411Mill4 NIht Was HerTerror t would cough n arlyrihi night long writes Mrs Oha 1 Applegate of Alexandria rncjIi Hanel could hardly getanys1ee- I lad coDsumption so bad that if fi walked 0 block I wou q comhr frightfully ana spit DiP blood hut when all other medl cines failed three 100 bottles QfIDrKingsNew Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 38 pounds II Its absolutely guar aneed lo cure Cough s Colds LafGrippe Bronchitis and all TnToat and Lung troubles pice 50c and 81 Tuial bottlesl free nt C JH ydos Drugstore t One iL ilrt JeccmieiiialiOu Mt MY Uxas ofCbambirlainsST IMAUa ABLTS have I believe sold fifty boxes of- Chamber1aiis Stomach a dLiYFr TaSet3 on the rccommeridatibn of IndY here who first bought a bottle ofhem but a yean ago Shejnevr tires of telling her neighborsana friends about the ffOoc qtialUieffSpf thlce l bletsPM Shore druggist Rolhestec J 4frl leagnLga S1 the Ttiect of these T bTdTd1s thcin arfavoritc with iladies every where For sale by C Haydpn USES FOR LEMONS Two or three slices 01 lemoniuti cup of strong tea AVill cure a lietYo1t s lieatW achet 4S t Lemon juice outwnr application wijrailay the Irritation oiu idby the biteS qf insects M SA icnspoonful of rlcnion juice Ui a small cup of black coffee will relieve bilious headache A dash of lemon in plain water is an excellent tooth wash It not only vc moves tartar but sweetens the breath Lemon jnice Is bolter than any drjig or compIOxfon pqwder for giving per uiancnl clemuuss and btaUtj to the skin The julceof a lemon taken in hot water on siwakonhi in the muritng an excellent liver corrective and for stout women Is bettor tlmn any anti fuft medicine fever InVcuted Philadel phia IkCeorilt Dnuerinu tdiitlon 5It is danKorous to nialf a confession unless one teally inoansif tnd We may add bat It Is sometimes dangerous to take a confession as honestly meant A husband and wife between whom a little unpleasant passage had occurred had made the mutter up and time wife said as If to clear her conscience Oh well I suppose that r have my faults Yes my dear said tii husband What 1 simply said Yes Tliat I Ihaver niy faults exclaimed the wife indignantly Vhat ar6 they I Bhoiild like to know SYclI to begin with Xo I doiit want to hear London Tit nits IndIfference An old old wdman sat on the curb of Patlc row Her clothing wash rags Her bleared eyes were deep in a set ting pf wrinkle r Upon her scant gray hair there was something that once hud been a hat SilO trembled with weakness 15cIde 1miwas a basket Oiled with trumpery evidently a stock in trade Passing her were scores of well clad men and women Few no ticed the wretched wrecW liar feelr shoeless but wrapped In strips of caV petlng had been brylsed on the stones of the street and she wus adjusfinj the coveringSTorriblel sniff a lady to her escort iYes1f he replied Wuorc we go lunchNew Yorkl World l1or ArtlutfM t1n 1An Acivschagin 111hIB ef realism made some jstraiige mistakes There is for iustauce a pic ture of his represpnttuff the execution of rebels during the Indhin niutlny which is vrry powerful Unfocnwitb ily however the artist had not apprr cntly known of the changoin IJrltibU military costume and In consequence the British soldIers in the picture aro represented m wearing the helmets which flld not conic IntQ use in p ur nrmy for more than a quarter fml cn tury utter the ihutiny London Globe- Her Jlamnmn Error Mrs Cuttor Ghnrlca whtjttiirc those large red vwhito and blue Ivpry ibz cages saw in inur pDrfcctl last night Mr Cutter Oh tiiOKC those are trad ing stamps lear Mrs Gutter ThoN Ithars just what I thougntriliey Yore but mamma declared they hml some nmeUoston Ill c Vrii1t Mra lifiltorson1 Avontpf If it ins pnll to give our daughter stit1nutl education ITatfrrsoju PftSiU Iiy ot cdnrsQ Iantt ym m Xrosni jpr inajiQor how supivfnr Klif to l1lIlt OX RABean timeflig fut 7r6 n TT IIODAPPP mm- v Manu ct 1Gers of HarneBs 4 d- Strapp Work THE DAGUERREOTYPE Odd XotloiiN Concerning the FfoceH When Jt tWit life w- Msuiy amusing rjeinurU were made nt the doors of dugruerreotype galleries when they wore nrst opened In this country A containing a lozcri nUUI1fifrtIne lraw u crowd One man tQ describe how they wore made niu look in the machine and the picture ponies if you look long onoushl Aiiothcr would saj IIU is not so iniuch thj looking that does it limo simi bufns it in ifjou keep still Another 1 made tnU very pljiin jy stating trhe plate is a look ing ghjss amid when you sit hi front of ifyourr shadow stiijks on time plate JIow Jjt calne about was never known but time imprcfslou became general that the sitter mist not wink ifNo operator of intelligence ever told thejjlttornotjto wink fQftbe effort to refrain would 1iaveg1vcp the eye an unnatural expression te found it a duty to tell the slttpr to fInk as usual that snatural winking did not affect time picture Even then It wsis not always understood OHO old ladV jumped out of the chair before a sitting waa half oyer raising both hands und exclaim lug Stop It stOp fH linked An6thcr remarkable filet was that sitters seldom acknowledged their own likenesses All good but mine was the common decision An aged couple after examining their pictures came to this conclusion ilarlS yours is per feet but this docs not look like me But the old lady answered Jeemg yours is as natural as llfcbut mine is it failure After a loilgor consultation the old gentleman sald We must know cghothertbetter than we know ourstlvtsj At one time when Daniel Webster sat fotu daguerreotype the finished picture was held before him Turning away he 5nl 11 am not to judge of my own looks Its for you to judge and you must decide ivhether tlie work is worthy of your reputa tion + Bogardus in Century t MISTAKES IN LIFE t BrpodlaffOvcr 1 hem In clennd UnproUtaljlc Worjc One of the mot unprontable ways dfcvsnpndhijr tiuut is the practice to which many persons are addicted of Ibroodjng pyer IHe nistakes one has uiiidg in life amid tliinlcinff what he uilghtj hnxe betfrt or achieved if he had xmt lone at certain times just what he lludb Almost every ui juccessfui nina n looking over his pastcareer Is iuelinfol to think that it would have been wliolly different butt for certain slips jtuid blunders certain hasty ill conaMerod acts into tviilch ho vas be trayed almost unconsciously aud With out a jsuspiclon of their cons qu nccs As lie thinks of Wl the good things this world hono position poWer and tllt1cnccot which he has been deprived in some mysterlousr inexplica ble ty1 he lies no patience with himself and as it is painful ajid uumillat lug tcj dwell long upon ones own fol lies it is fortunate if he does not im plicate others friends and relatives hi hi disappointments Perhaps as tdueatlon hits never been free from iiiistakos mistakes indeed of every klndfhe Jjputcs the blame to his early ltraln ng in which habits of thor ougliucss anti accuracy or again of seW reliance and independence ot thought may not have been Implant ed perhaps a calling was cluosdn him lbr his parents without regard his peculiar talents or tastes and pifor ercnces or if he was allowed to cho for h nisclf it was when his judgwl was iinmattire and unflt for the resploa fcibHity TIme result was that the square tuna got into the round hole or the trl aiigulnr man got into the square bole or the round man squeezed himself Into the triangular hole Success A hard Critic A ergyman was rebuked by one jf the riillug elders for sauntering on the Sunday along the hillside above the mans The clergyman took tile re bake Iii good part but tried to show the remonstrant that thenCUollot taHlcli he complained was innocent and lawful nUll he was about to cite the famous example of a Sabbath walk kith khe plucking of the ears of corn iis set forth in the gospels when he ivas interrupted with the remark Ou jiye air I ken weel what you mean to ay Uut for my paint I hae liefer thocht thc better o them for brealiln the Bawbbath Geikies Scotch Rem jnlsccbces SThe Kangaroo Hat t iOnct of the queerest little animals of the antipodean wilds of the paradox ical ciontincnt of Australia Is a little zoological oddity which the naturalists have called the kangaroo rat It av erage no hirgor than the cOmmon rodent pf the Narway variety but is n muiiature kangaroo in every respect Its mipde of locomotion is precisely the same ns t bat of Macropus giganteus Besldps this the female carries its youiuriu poiiphcs which nature has provided fw that purpose and in many other respects hhltatcs the habits and characteristics of Its gigantic relative Xo Room For Doubt Oh my yes hes uway up in Shake spqntCI Isie I shouldnt have guessed that ho had ever read a line of Shake rspiKire Thats atrange1Ilnvcnt you noticed that every little wliilcj he says in soothV Ghicagol RecordHerald A 3M olfff Chapter IJlthlnk ypU are Just the bostost goodest husband InnUtlJe world ChAPter Uc I wonder how much she wants r Chnntor nIfoud hegave it onje without fussing a bit i wonder what hebasbeOntiptoS fl f EnWlnoa pllan Dont y6 iQihii lie rather lifees mQ11t If Oh woll enougli to consent to your imri1asoto his tatght6rf but I dont think youd bettor try to borrow any money from l rniCblcitgO Post Limit For n Friend In Xced A frjfwl In nr d Is A good thWg nftin lit pa but I always raaUethe limit 3Ikwi and SttcmuJ JwS I ilI tIiiwWWiWiViwijjWt iil1Lll Wi + I Reductioned t 1Cp CClothllgI Is IS jt Inordprto1 L 1 uQefi 01 I If f1 j 11Si Stock 1 to make room Lt a IOr Fa11tGobds we= I will lIjr f- ifv III t 1ComeS 11 n it J f t vince you that T re are in I f ciIEABNEST fi jf jttRobertsonJ BrOs IE1Cif1 E tiHHHHHHi MIRfA M 1II t r JOMK S McElRCyj GENERAL INSURANCE INtL Le Fireeand Torr8dD- FFICE w OVER PEOPLES BAI K aS + I During iriy Absence froin office WV FGrigsby ui of George Neikirk will atten4 to any business orme H III D EEE3 BBEi EEKESHSBBEJH The Big Money Maker for Hog 1Iais6sSa W m- gj Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 lit i4 years has stood the severest tests ant in all cases can be k P depended upon Bf tm DR HAS PAYS FORALLJHRSJHkrplIiif i m Remedy fed is a Insu 1Dranda hatlatouroreforthe 251b can 1250 half cans G 502S9 S125J ind SOc per pacJtag- eft a 20th Century Poultry FoodiiJh The greatest egg producer on the market Keeps fowls feU healthy prevents cholera and aU Other poultry fe9 diseasgs I f ra 25lb 350 25e per Si7Dr os Haas Stock Remedy M tsl For Horses Cattle sheep Jtr 7 SSeSSs a ASW As its name tljis aREMEDY not d food and isuns JflJ equalled for correcting the common djsbrddrsiq horses 11 sbeep as well as many more complaints ASP lendi tt1 conditioner and promoter iid al sure preyentie from dlseasei CfOO5O AND 25 PER PACKAGE m FOR BY flS McCLURE WELLS 0 FOR CRCULARSS SPRINGFIELD JC5uT a E EE zu SZ 1 i jitiiti itijji tjOIliitiij hkWfijW fThe Best is the Cheapest 3 And There is None Better Than j ry ITHE PARE WOYEK IIRE MpA Fence for eveiy Purpose fc i It will turn anything and canbc hove any S S kindof ground All and AssortmentsT i tellszl I SOLEAOENTSSpiizi1t iJftJyJII f tt1f f m rn OUT OF Trnccar pt Vnemnviormnent to tile Man Vho in AlaS Thb tragedy of nnonlployment Tep can mum case of those uiwi who are visibly aging passing prcmHturely in to that foiidiUon when society has uel timer use nor ICgard for their services The development of the city life in its feverish thirst for sum sucks up the activities of the young Work can always be found for the children hut the nina of forty has al ready hcpome suspeeLAt fifty therd is evkleutly1 stretching before him the bleak old ige of the unwanted poor The dcspajrlng dutch of the agiiig at any degrading occupation which before they would have Scorned Is one of the commonest nnd pitifulest sights of rn life I think gf those vrhfoa I Imo known those Vho dye their hair to lleep time ajpiJcaranco of youth the applicants for positions theirl efforts toward respectablllfy the Ink tiRed tent the shabbiness conceaictthc at tempt always so grotesque and inef fective to rstrik6 the right note be tween a dignity that will conmaiJ4 rtspec t and an eagernew that will W coo ft mona inendlcamt pJeiMihif fee St remember e e with a rec 4 over thirty years eowtatcjit trfk i exhibiting hands twfrted and gaarfcd iltItlirtJllDhha tctCtIrJ1o thtwOn3tSCIt WUen this isi pre m 4 t ventive Full particulars regard ming this ranee Proposition In valuable lwkifor every ho r raiser FREEIcdpy of which may be asking I roup baA package Live implies it cattleanct of the serious growth SALE CArt i Sizes WORK mddern aldl nn ngpnjr the one panlg foSr is not that lteMiimiiI lie cdmpcllcit but tiVat he shall be foiblJdnn to Continue I think of others tucked away out of sight itif the reCesses of ten nent dwe11l flung aside from the actteDuiCJrlii of the r0iid who cannot quite Wtar L themselves tq join tile uem j rprocessions or solicit fa 9 inlewMM 7 charity of the crowd iirb ctiaff le the dcspcmte hope dint one dr the dpvd will lighten time miracle ijnH that gome one will w derictiiff tfceir serffceSf This is J1 ae jMiBie t imd ttliJpI coranfwuir vfjBlicmtr iup orf1iig its ckhliiftfJ bl1t iqeJl k pourIng Into itl lioctlecs Wyoiid the dreams of uvanice amid wc1ucuqy 11M- vain display Jis ca4 trM P WilJeted 1 in the later dya of iGaellet I 4eat IteviCw uy tJ ii4jt lTheee r mitldii- th WWe Jft1ie thtroAk44i ef stone lt1eovergntIouusle ShOd poimt ttJtquite arteji4 iiw t1 i bctiWitt f Citl8 tJ xj tt- a Nt ot titem sfCwmt I ifirlone 1Xf take OOI4 U4 eiMt1on by atrmone and then you md bare the wIn4 rcf t1erea an cna tif cveryttui else peri ais tC iltrt 1of Ha tIju you may imvo ItcAr4 all of tic4 tivre fhUj asMngton Letter sA Bted ad ev ribrilliant- ofCOITeH iiibr has exhibit U hMftttlf on tte itrts of Wash v iiitos airingt H last week inn kti4 p eon picttbs inebriety Ia o4hir words fighting drunk Jt irtiftebo of mine when he told jM Hftwijup his hands and tx- t claiMed What a pity that Con gwawpeal morals are nowa days V at seh a low ebb drinking and Sfbtin Then he alluded to Mtwoor thie small quarrel WMf members that have t bikini piace daring the last year M 1 ftcalltd other Congresses a 4 ccflM tp the conclusion that v ihk is probably the soberest Ccafiiit the country has ever MMU Fifty or sixty years ago 1jlbitywas so common that it rtUUle comment When a t Mswberjtaf geitd into the House MMl wade a maudlin attempt at rfttbrr be was laughed at and kJitdiiitothe cloak TOOM but no Jbiy thought it worth mention IiiI When half the men in the f MM occasionally or frequeptly got drank a sparodic case of tfptlitsM ccavEed r o comment TelMC bat is now being made Oft a imnaifntljpse from tern fere c pa the part cf tbifee or fpyrSemators and tnetnoers is a ki li tribute to the general so IIiirof Congress Since the cka q the Civil War drunken MWf lOT the first time in the hi 4orjf of the human race has reputableJAsiale is when Kossuth was in this city there was a scandalous soeoe The banquet in his honor w sh ldiat the National Hotel SpMcbeg were made by Cass WtbcUr Shield Seward Mar nlh and ottiers and several poienti guests got into such a eoflditio that they had to be helpedl away from the table The great Magyar and his suite were carried beck Jo the Metropolitan onlf four doors Itway i icar riages but one was so helpless that be tumbled into the bridal Vbed1 with his boots on and re uSEd to be disturbed Condi tishate greatlymhanged when a man cannot getdrunkin public- or be seen emerging from a J gambling saloon without injury to his reputation Different intdeed was it in the good ol- dtitneathe i beydey of Blifil and Black George when Pen tlletba his dVfortune on the Avenue and pre t sided at a sumptuous dinner every day at five in full dress surrounded by twenty or tbirtyc Members of the House and SenI ve Cabinet ministers generals diplomats and judges attracted I by the pleasures of the duplex tables the faro table immediate 4y succeeding the dinner tablec The cuisine was presided over by ah artist the wines were bought at auction when bankrupt German dukes sacrificed their cellars Everything was luxurious and scores of distinguish ed gamesters chased the ivory t chips around the green baize tillc the ttnoraing came in with its glow Humphrey Marshal being appointed minister to Russia in 1852 dropped intp Pendletons I llit night before his departure to I play one farewell game and IIhelost all the money be possess ed his entire outfit and six I months pay in advance and then I Pecdleton lent him enough c mooey to carry himi to the Snowy Empire where he doubtless- t i lbt the fu ny game to theii subjects of the Czar The story I is still told nere how the godlike LIVER l TROUBLESsppuII4ThedfPIB1fteDght J spent1411w14h4oetors JMARTINIf yow liver docs not act reg tirly go to your dnigist and t Ncwe a package of ThedfordsbBlackDfaaaht and toaifht tThi great faxnilqwklicine frees the constipateIfcewek gin up tho awsl4IiM a healthy secretion J V olbilei TheWords Bltdc Draught 1IfilldeMe the bowel of imepl41t14I Miditrcngthen the kid4 eyi A tifpid liver invites fl r eoldt LiliofMMfts chills and fer r and all maanw okk3MIIaHco aflonWeiiofiruItjn tdi i f lwcl I ceetuBiWion A 25cent t off Thedfords Blacks=sbirald alwaysll8 kept ia te 1iou 1ackDsgktaH1P1ItMI Mhfsg to exc- elw1nA OOFFMASr Mar e ThEDFQRD3h DLAUIs DRAUGUT i r Li l oooos Jj CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of t LIONI CQFFEEiiln Addition to the Regular Free Premiums f josvWouItj WouItjY0t1P III like a Check like This III wi Mvt touM 2000000 I Presidential Vote Contest I Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent 4 tamp entitle you in addition to m tile regular free premiums toe mjj vote The 2cent stamp cov ersour acknowledgment to you that yeur estimate is recorded W YOU Can send as many eStIC rates as desired Irani First Prize if 500000 will W awarded to the oae who Is nearest correct OB both our Worlds Fair and Pros 4eatial Vote Contests Waalio offer S500000 Special Cash Prlzel to Grocers Clerks Partlculari In each case of Lion Coffee comWaed I How Would Your Name Look 01 One of These Everybody uses COPFEEIong get acquainted with you I convinced other for the money you will take otherand why ChecksIIusing that well wewill get abenefit Hence WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package oft COFFEELDaniel made maudlin spaech tt Pendleton3 dinner one night his hearers shedding inebriate ears when Kentucky member in frenzy of patriotism jumped upon the table sho ted Reform or revolution Liberty or oath an3 hurled champagne bottle at the head of the greai Expounder of the Constitution And when great Pendleton died the Mayor of Washington and Senators and members bore his pall and the President of the United States attended as chIef r And there was about Ah times have hanged Among the stories toll of Bouse when it met in what is Statuary Hall is one of a member who was permitted to keep his valet in the cloak room tithe care of him when he be ame helptess and another of chairman in Committee of ibe who caused great conster nation by suddenly insisting on to bed gavel in uand under the Speakers desk Such wadaysIdrunkards in the House just fiftj yoars ago Tom Marshal and Jim Sprigg of Kentucky and allIinake a scene Jn the House any time Marshall waspretty to drunk vhen anything great was expect ed 9Ihim Jim Sprigg drank much could get and was made very happy by it night ho had a barrbom tight on Pennsylvania Avenue with a loafer and had ran ear bitten off We welcome back tp Kentucky aid Prentice in the Louisville Journal all there is leftt of our gallant owpitizenJHon ames Spr ggJFelix McConnell should have been Iplized Infelix He was very and erratic member uick at repartee witty well informed and the delight of the House when on drunk r sober he was sensitive to know that drunken ness in ecQmqimiliateel by having his habit alluded to on the floor he Returned to the National and committed suicide Why multiply instances With greater civilization come im proved manners anIxnoras ard very Congress hasl peen more t pPaceablentrave than is predecessor In tbisCobAreSs scoresfocca ISion ny hut there is not one- onfirmed drunkard Even the alf dozen who sometimes drink o much have kept theIr sell Cash to Lion Coffee users In our Great Worlds Fair Contest 2139 people get checks 239 more will get them in the What will fee the total papular vets cut I for Presldeat vstea for all cask dldates at the etectl November 8 1934 IIn 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For neatest correct est mates received in Woolson Spice Com panys office ToledoO on or before November 1904 will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 PInt Prize 2600001 Second trUe 100000 Prlzes3500O0 each 1000006 Prizes 2OOOO 1OOOOO PrIzes 10000 lOOOXKX 2O Prizes 6000It 100000Prizes 200O- 25O 100000Prizes 1000 26OOOO Prizes 500 900000 2Th0 PRIZU TOTAL S20OOOOO toffee If you WHt use LiON enough to it there is no such value Then no thats I we are our advertising money so both of usyou as as for OHIO a a a a the mourn no scandle it the now to a Whole going sure be as as One f l C a his feet but cb be d i l fl 5 we 2 10 60 180O r jspect and pay to temperance the tribute of concealing their Weakness Improved lrahi Service Offeree by the Henderson Route Bc txvccn 6ulsvlllc and St Kouls Commencing Sunday June 26 Kentuckys popular line the Henderson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Louisvilleand St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Three dailv trains will be op erated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a m 000 pm and 700 am Arrive St Louis 016 pm 720 am and h16 pm lnocquiptnent is brand new jjust from the shops pf the mOst modern vestibule pattern and is as fineas on any train opel ting in or out of Kentucky The 830 am train through without changeof cars willl be composed of Pullman Obse rva tion Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair CarsDiningCarsandhigh back seat passenger coaches The 000 pm train through without change pf cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Oars Free Reclining Char Carsand hfgh backseat pas engercoacbeS The 700 am train will have Parlor Gars jjining Cars and high back scat passenger aches The Dining Oars on day trains wil serve meals a lla carte you payonly for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street qnionDepot Louisville arrivio g at and departing from the mag niGceritnew Union StatiouSt Louir To purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets yia Louisville and theHenderpn Route He will have them in stock and will be glad to ticket you that way You will be satisfied an every respect With the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the OfflbiaJ Route rot Kentuckians TheOtha1 Folcy Oo Chicago oriiriiitcd Honeyand Tar as a Throat ajid Jung remedy and on account af tire great merit and popujarity oFolov Honey and rar many imitations arty offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey at1Tar and refuse any substitute1 uttered a no ether preparation will give the same satisfaction It iis mildly Jp thc It contains no opiates and is safest for en dreu and delicate persons Sold by VoocJ and Campbell Primary Called At 5 oclock yesterday after noon the Democratic Committee id sessionat Nicholasville unani mously ordered that a primary election be heJd in this district on Saturday October 1st to settle the contest for the Con gressional nomination between Congrejsmdn G G Gilbert of Shelby Col D L Moore cf Mercer and Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln JThe action was pur suantto the recommendation of the District t Convention which met at Shelby ville three weeks ago and adjourned biter being deadlocked forrfive days Dr Frank Beard of Shelby Dr Ben McCluskey of Spencer the Demo ratlc county chairmen who were summarily ousted by Mr Gilbert andihis friends Wed nesday Vore recognized as still the legal chairmen by the Corn raittee and voted AU three of t the candidates have declared tketr intention of continuing in the race and the primary is expected to be the hottest ever seen in the district HarrodsburgDemocrat MSSHOTHING UNLESS CURED ft T A Pair Oflei Made by Wood kCampbell to All Sulfercrs From Catarrh Wood o Campbell are selling Hyo mel on a plaii that has caused consid erable talk amongst their customers The plan Is j different from that fol lOAvwd b other remedies but the rem edy itself indifferent also This treat ment for the Cure of catarrh has such an unusual recprd of cures to itt credit that Wood Campbell offer to refund the lnQnCY11f it does not giye the de sired bentfit This is certain lone- of the fairest offers hstcanbe made and any one who has catarrh and does not take advantage ofit is doing him self or h rself an injustice Donot suffer any longer with tick ling sma rtuig burning eyewatering troubles that afflict those who hnye catarrh Hyomel will cure you but if you ehonloV nut find it adapted to your case Wood Campbell willre fond your n toe- BeesLAXATIVEHOfleY and Tar is the origiual Lixatlve cough cure It is the best laxative cough syrup made Bcefl Laxative iloney and Tar con ains the antiseptic healine soothing mid strengthening properties of the Native Pine corn bleed with other In grhdients in a laxative syrup made from pure strain d honey Cures all coughs and strengthens weak lungs Sold byCJHaydo- nMveys s Killirio Ed Alvey the Loavsville pool room proprietor und horse ownor is said to have o3QOO in a great coup at Brighton Saturday while those among his friends wno were nextf followed him for smaller mount The coltI which AWeyboughtfrom StfcCafferly Tvliichl LoW11 Dick1 t the colored trainer has been handling Alvey had been loos ing money on Walter Arnold which lie bought during theI spring meeting here in races around Chicago and his friends had begun to whisper that like other bookies who have amassed fortunes and then became owners that hehad bucked the game at the wrong point and had better have let the ponies run in other peoples colors However Alvey was waiting and when Brown Dick showed him the rate in which McChord could negotiate five eights he was satisfied that he wa3 good enough to win a race He shipped to Brighton Beach where be could bet without exciting suspicion got down for 5000 tan average of 7 to 1 and ordered Jockey Hildebrancl to win the race Jockey Hilde SlIpedIr She Tried Fire Doctors MrsFrancesL Sales of Missouri Valley Iowa writes I have been afflicted With kidney trouble tiye years bad severe pains in my back and a frequent desire to urinate When riding I experience much pain oAer the region of the kidneys I tried five physicians without benefit and then concluded to tr7 Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three lW bottles I was completely cured Sold by Wood Campbell Pinesalveacts like a poultice There iik no sore boil or abrasion of the skin Pineialve will not cure Pinesal ye draws the fire out of a burn instantly and heals without leaving a scar Sold by Haydons Pharmacy i 500 OOO On a request from Superini tendent of Public Instruction IIFuqua Attorney General Hays rendered an official opinion construing subsections 5 and 6 pf Section 4370 Kentcfcky Statutes in which he holds that the comm n school system is entitled to 58 99 of the whole Slate tax and that the common school fund is entitled to have its proportion of the funds derived from the in surance department set aside to this department He holds that for the year end ing June 1904 there should have been placed to the credit of the school lurid 95 000 this be ing its proportionate part of the 215000turneJ intoi the treasury from this source He estimates that between 110000 and 115 000 will be due this fund from the money turned into the treds- nryJuiiOi905 He further holds that the f school fund is entitled to the proportionate part of the funds turned into the treasury sInce the law has been in force since 1898 which will amount to about 500000 Heretofore the funds from the insurance department have been covered inlothe treasury and none of them devoted to the school fund SHORT WINDED + ftbx Savie P moniiIleooine Brea less With Severe Exerclne fireatblugcouslstf or two rbytbmlfjaJ altcrnutluff proceifees Inbreathluff In with the muscles of the chest Illay their part and outbreathlng In which the elasticity of the lungs and lhe weight ofthe chest force out air 11be iiumlwrof breaths which varies with the uge is one to every three or four pulse beats In ordinary breathing on ly about onesixth of the air in the lungs Is renewed but In exercise the amount Is considerably increased and the mnubcr of breaths multiplied In disease such as reduction of lng area the Jilood Is in danger of beccjiu ing overcharged with iarboiile acid and the lungs struggle to get rid of this And to bring in more oxygen ExoreJp i auses a similar change and If of the rtfiht sort and not too long continued the circulation und hrcathjng jjtre quickened and tile result Js good In severe exercise such as long con untied speed trials the qulckcied breuthing can no longer copc with its task carbonic acid accumulates taster than the heart and the lungs can deal with It and breathJessnoss Je suitsSHABERDASHER i Tile Word I Supposed to Mean Thin tf of Little Value The word Iinbcrdnsh first nppc irs In Un lauiuaie ns comjj from bauior rtus tne name of n fabric mentioned In the Liber AMjus nloup with wool can vus mjd felt as subject to customs duty about 1tiJ1 A parallel and al most tonlciuirorary list has bnbcr tasshprl TIle yorl Is supposed to mean things 6f little vnlue sawll wares such as buttons and tapes Skeat derives lt from tbe Icelandic hnperbask trum pory pedlars wares In a register of burials of Ware In we have one entry Michael Wntkins Londonii haberdasher of butts probably tbs being the first material ol which hats were madeSGliambers gives another meaning to the word lie says It Is derived from the ancient name for a neck cloth bcrdasb which Is derived from beard and tache acovcring Ilapertas was originally a cloth of a particular kind the width of which was settled by Magna Charta Hence a haberdasher was the seller of lispe- rtasserteLondou Answers TH LUDDITES Afitliora of tIe Fnmoi Stocking Praise niotn In England PEnfly in 1511 bauds of distressed stjocking knitters In Nottinghamshire bcgau a long series of riots markedby most ivanto mischief Assembling in parties pt from six 16 sixty under a leader styled general or Xed Ludd dis guised nilllnrmell with swords pistols hammers and axes and bound together by illegal oaths they succeeded In smashing stocking frames lu all parts of England and their during outrages continued cjoji when a large military fcjrcc was- brdughr into the nttghbor liood and two tendon pollc magis rates came down to assist tie civil power To such a pitch had this dangcrou disturbance grown that n royal pro ln niatlon wa Issued offering a reward of fiOlor the apprehension of any of the offenders Not until October 1816 did tLiil wholesale destruction and rio Iqnce cease by which time more than a thi5itriiiHl frames and many lace ma climes had been broken up and the mischief lid spread Into neighboring c6uaJei London Chronicle give Thnuemul DlKttnct LnncnnKQ Mr J Collie writin Oii the subject says that Over 5000 distinct languages are spoken by mankind The number of separate dialectsis enormous There are more than sty vocabularies iLl TJrazl and In McxkortheNahua lUll guage has brokcn up Into dialects There are hundreds in Be moo In Australia there Is no classifying the complexities and generally the num her of dialects is in Inverse proportion to the intellectual culture of the popu lation Assume that only fifty dialects on an nitrate belong to every lan guage aiM we have tint colossal total of 230000 linguistic varIttIesPcar sons Weekly African Itohd Urcakers Engineering fcjfts by big game la Africa are thus described by a recent explorer Elephant and rhinoceros tracks were ubiquitous These mon sters are ecrta1iiI the best road break era ill Africa Among the hills some of the rhliloieros paths were extraordi narily well graded Unfortunately the rblnpcoros has a hide threetiuarfcrs of an inch thick aiid so docs not see the necessity of clearing the thorn bush rout ocr his road An elephant is ihore considerate he makes a clean sweep of everything THE CURES DINNER It 3InrLcd a Xctr Era In the Life of Inn Appreciative MarqnUe IIOw ftwtlieetre like the charming aty In ono DflllatSavarins knee lotes flow few there are wtio know ivhat a good dinner is But she did jithough she had been brought up in an artificial school She bad called bn a simple cure to otter alms for fits poor and she dldr not know hat cures dine in the middle of the day Dinner had Just been announced and the cure hskcd her tto dlnewitli him She consented It waa n new crain lice life After that culinary complications be camq vulgar in her eyes pate de fole gWs land cream laden sauces disgusted her had even Nessolrode pudding un less binde by an artist made her un liaijpy As fqr liqueurs she learned to regard a liking for thOrn as a symptom of advancing age It was a fast day and this made rterfectlon all the more dlUlcult to at tain the part of the cures old serv ant Juliette The tablecloth Blistered the porcelain was exquisitely white und the plates were kept hot over boil water The soup was bisque of crabs followed by n unjnion trout with q sauce aduilnibly proparOonod and then came an omelet of fish root so round so odorous sorcdplcut of parsley and chives that for a moment all douvprsatlon stopped A salad on the leaves of which light dewllko drops quivered preceded the dessert of three luscious pears a cheese resembling Camembert nUll a pot of conserves The cure did not say giace until he 4nd his guest had sipped from fragile but not coatiS cups tIle Hmpldandhot JIocha r So llquoura tho cure ajd For my frlend yes But no BtMnijr drinks for me They are the resources of age It Is recorded that tIle lady AVaS nt fected almost to tears by this x mbi riatlon of simplicity and elegance It was arevclutlon and to this apjrjccla tIe marquise the introduction pthe famous omelet au thou the secret of fhlch Will almost lost In the revolu tion into Parisian society is dU8fPQr- lce F Egan In Smart Set II J 0tiEGIIAnANYEtDr1t German Liver Powder To curt Cwistlpatlon Biliousness Indigestion Dyspepsia Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhoea and Dysentery Go to your druggist and get a bottle of this wonderful remedy Take it according to directions Then if you feel you have not been benefitedenough to feel satisfied that you will bccured by JtlWiPi just go back to the druggist and tell him so and he has our authority td refund you every cent you have paid him Nothing could be simpler and fairer but we areiso sqre of the results of this medicine that we are safe in making this guarantee Dr Carlstedts GsriYUHl Liver Powder is manufactured by THE AMERICAN FKATWACAL Co Evansville jnd and sold Ilocally by OJ HAYBON Pharmacist J1w 5 f CASTO 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beeafin use for over 30 years has borne jhe signature C flfll has been inado uitdeItis per 1 sona supervision since its liifancy Allow no ono to deceive you in thIsi i All CounterrpiJs Imitations and Justasgood are ktExperimentstiiiit trifle with and endanger tim health of Infants and ChuldrenExperience against Experiment What iis CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pave r goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor Ktotiier Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It d stroysWoia JfT and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coiistip tioa rj and t jStoGENUINE GASTORIA ALW yiJy Bears the Signature of rT J11 ttsp II Pe Kind Your Haie Always B ghtlf YearsI ji puiiitAvrrftccT new J J r + YepromptiT oBtafn y s jnd foreign PATENTS i fotfreebookl1oi48ecuoTDAflPatents add IflMUI MLIIu wr i GASNOWIiII 11OPPoslteus Patent Of1c DITHE BODY OFTHESUNIJ Ini Iti Density It 3lc cmblc Soe It irhat a GIdbe of Tar lit Is generally agreed that the main body of the sunthe nuoleils within tIle pliotosplicrfrmust purely gase ous This eems td be an un rolUubla c m antllnsltty anti Its trcincuilous Internal jmieratnrc which must almost cer trtlnlj he ftir hIgher than that of Its ojitor surfjjce so high that even the sjiorinous force solar jiravlty Is able tot compress the vapors to y one antI fomtunths bC1eJlSitton1a though tmoasr the u outs are ijianxof the ii g tbb iitbt equsplcuous which In tie solid or UquKl statoure Crpm three idcrbhgieous uuqeus Is like air or other gases as veeiicoiinter them upon tile f strmwIspaLlcs a globe of tar c ccpt near the outside hprc the vapors rclievcil jom prcssiiro are fee tff expand and tp cool hot by tile expahalon and by ritdlatliijr Iteit to OUter space In n rO jrion of poivcrful currents ascending itescentliiiixfaud cyclonic The photOsphcro or luminous surface IS generalljy believed to be what Jt looks lken shoot of clouds enveloping the nucleu and consisting of minute drops and crystals formed from thqsc iapors which condense nt the highestt Jpmporatures These clouds floatin an Rtmosnicr0 gomposed of the perrna tent gasfsi llko hydrogen and helium mixed with the more numerous vapors which comtense only at far tower tcm ijerutnres than those that fprni tJJei clouds Ak tokthe subslancck whicbI compose the cloud particles opinions founrPtj THE CQOKBOOK V t gnlt in tim oven undeR baking tins will prevent pastry scorching oh the Bottom r It It la desired tolccep cakes moist jpiit them Iii a stone Jar If crisp cake are preferred use tin as n receptacle Nyhen weighlng raolasses sprinklo the cale well with flour and then it will yilp off again quite easily without stlclc IngiThe best way to mnsh potatoes is to rub thcjn n wro jifovor Youthorough pan then thcrtf irc no lunips left rFor lunqheoii br supper serve the breath and Ibuttcr Jrf the form ofesand VlohcK Cut the bread thin andre part lot the crust Cut in strllisl JJoe uultcfing or Ju rounds wltha bis ijBy cutting old potatoes into very email Tjallsj allowing them tPjsoak for three or foUr hours In cold water then boiling in Colil saltc water and sore Ibg with crjcam sauce a very good sub titutcr for zlw potatoes is olifalued1 A Little Inclined to It Himself Towue Fheres nothing I hate so much as lazy man ItroiivVefl I ylsh there were more of them Towne You do Hrowue Sure The more may men there 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