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Digital page images are linked to the text file. st I i IJ r 19p14H1 NEW poI lTt i f3 ii 1 d u f 3ew Series Vol XL No 31 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUKCt H B TUCKY AUGUST IV 1904 H007A A j j r L t r- I 1ii I THOMPSON HCBOBLin J I I i iSSBThO111PBOll Tr1Co UNDERTAKERS sa 1 AID EMBALMERS Carry in e stick all kinds of sapplieg Fanerajj x OUR DIRECTORY i f SPRINGFIELD county scat of Washington County 52 miles south east of cxinston 59 miles from tioaisvaioon Bardstowd branch plI Louisville and Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone j lines express office flour mills lumber 1100 population ofvyards Population county 15000 111 Representative in Congress Hon D t flSmithHodffenville Ky Representative inKeutucky Legis lat re Hon W D ClavbrooTcc Represcntative iri State Senate Honk Jarry IlUCLster Lebanon Ky County ireck 1 CIRCUIT COUR Circuit Court begins on tl Monday in February May tor LDthameo f a torney oFM Campbell Clerk v MG Leachman Master Commiss Qner1 fJ 1rQlfiRTEKLY COURT v Quarterly Court is Held on the third Monday in each month B rt LUsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Cu itt meets on the fourth Monday in e ich mouth 1LL1 Litsey Judge- WsKBooker County Clerk Tl S Iayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham iitlney Osborne RH Alullican Deputies EtTMasters James F Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor T P OBryaitDeputy L V3obert NoeTreasurcr CoronetJJM Montgomery J W Bush Sapt of Common Sahools P p Springfield V CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge Join Grac Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney 1 isJUSTIC1CO1JrT 4 Jntice Courts are held ifl January I April Jujy and October j Church Directory fjMETHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services OnthcFirstthld Third Sundays in each mbuthTatll a maud 73Q p m Sun day School every Sunday af 10 um Prayer t eetingrevery Wednesday night t CATHOLIC CHURCH I Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a in Services at St Rose same hours IV CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev it Felix Pastor Service A second and fourth Sunday io each mouth I ii PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T DLatimer Pastor JPreaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sundayschool every Sunday at I0aro Prayer meeting Thursday eveningjat 7 oclock 1 Jevorv BAPTIST CIJURCH j Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor i preaching every Sunday at 11 am and 8 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 Oclock I rFraternal Ordeas MASONIC LODCJK Springfleid lodge No 50 meets first and third Mouday in each month J Washington R A Chapter No 57 t meets every second Tuesday Springfield Cpuricil No 52 ineet on every tourth4ondy KNIGHTS tVciv fill of t TlUiM4CNEItSMcctolI l rAMERICAN 1 II SILVER k TRUSS I tar l Severed l hernia b 0 p LIGHTrCOOL Easy to Wear No pressure on HIPS or Back No untlerstraps Never moves o4aro ti ibrsaJe1yCJBaydui TManZan ie certainly a specific for Riles This new discovery is put up in p coliapsble tube with nozzle o pplicd where Most needed Stops the ain insta itly and cures Sold by Hay dons Pharmacy t k iiii uli mriM W j ROUND j TALK n In the Heart of the Wootf AMABEL CORNELIA MATSON From the wo lt s coldly curious eyes I hide my er rt away A stranger among strangers there I walk from ay to day Butto the4o Is the silent woods In their gre i garmenting As to a frieI vho comprehends My inmost ie irt I bring Safe in their fa stness all alone Yetnot Tik nc tis there Without one he ritating fear I lay its sepre ts bare The soy wood b rds all understand From every b ish and tree Tbeyhift thejir oices up to God And intercfed for the And every leaf nd blade of grass Each tiniest ild thing Gives to nSy joy an added joy And balm for orrowing s OF HAMEFut4I1 iisv certainly iIdisgusting spectacle and shock toon is moral ideas to witness the wholesale corruption nnd the del ravity of certah Zters in an lectiOn It is aU ost incredijle to beleivei hOw cc htly some men who ordinarily 10 nd as go 3d citizens Tiluo their h 01 Wi n it omC = to nn election tra saction In theT Democratic p imary held in this county last S turday it is ho ex aggeration to gay that about ono third of the voters received some compensation dhe tlior indi rectly either in the shape of whiskey op money before voting How the Coiisciences of some men can become so seared as not to scruplel at selling their votes ishard to unuer Jtand but it is done atc ery election One would be astonished to know the full list of me i whose votes can whiskeyorcludes farm owners and men whose word oi honor passe s for good among their neighborsj Much has ben said about the negro floatier but the well todo white floateri i these latter days of corruption i nd bribery is running him a close race for sup e ma y in degradation The can didates them elves are more or less responsib e for this state of affairs FeW candidates go into a race for an ffice now without Imvingasyst matic plan of vote buying mapped out and the oaters know ng this are quick to take advantage of the fact and proceed to bleed the afore said candidate for all he is worthy If sucliI a tling could be brought about as an agreement among the cat didates not to buy any votes at an election the floater would eform from neces m- a1thathappyfor j 1m IlEDmeeting afc Bebanon failed to come to any agreement in regard to the manner of nominating a candidate for Circuit Judge in this distridt Q the matter has been passed u to the State Central Committ for settlement Judge Thurm in the candidate from this cpunty fay rs a pri mary election as being the fair est means of getting at the choice of he voters and the committeemen from Vashington holdingiteeman fronjt I arion dii account of Mr Cooper ivishesrvotes for a convention ind the member account10f ItImatter under tlie circumstances in favor 6f a primary election Conventionsai e not fashionable in Kentucky a vy more rind for good reason Two recent ex amples of the pipracticabilitytof settling nomin itipns by conven tions are to bseen in the con vention in the Eighth Congres siona district which resulted in a deadlock anc a primary being called tp settle the nomination after all Anc tlier example yas the conventioni Lexington to nominate a cai ididate for Appel ate Judge which resulted in a complete split Judge Thurman is strong with the voters throughout thi district and un less all signs fi1 he is as certain t J bl J l to be elected Judge of the dis trict as he is to enter the race GB Mm Tesliflfs Alter Four Yaars G B Burlians of Carlisle Center N Y write About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taldngless thantwo bot tles of Foleys Kidney Cure It cu dustscdtlaease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms dur Ing the four years that hayo elapsed and I anl evidently cured to stay Cured and heartily recommend FOleys Kidney Cureto any ine sufFeringfrom kidney or bladder trbttble Soldby Wood Campbell PiilsAnEiilToItAll- 5A4 grievous wail oftimes comsj as a result of unbearable pao from over taxed organs Dizzi ness Backacha Liver compiaint and Constipation But thanks to- Ur Kings New Life Pills the- ypuanendtoit all Thevv are seotle but thorough Try them Only 2uc Guaranteed by CJ Haydonrs Drugstore Kntu ky Pail bates DanviHeAug 33 days isvileuy- Crab YrbardJuiy 2idays Harrodsburg Aug 93days Lawrn bulgAugJOJ days Sbepherdsville Aug 236 days Shelby ville Aug 284days Springneld Acg234 clays Somerset Aug 304 days Nichol svilje Aug 303 days Florence Aug 31 4 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Elizabeth town Sept G4 days Rartf rdfopt 214 days Georgetown Aug 94tlays CommJssib hers Salel James Beiiliaui admr c Plf1 EqtrMaryBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Waafaineton circuit court rendered at the May term 11eha1lproceCourt House door in SiningUel ON MOKIJAY AUGtTST 22 1YI at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be gbelnbidderof6 and 12 months the following described property to wit A certain tract or parcel of land lying and beirg in Wash iington county Ky on the waters of Little eech and bounded as follow s Beginning at a stake on the bank of said Little B ech corner to Wallace Seay thence running down with meanders of same at waters edge 3G8i poles to a stake just above mouth of a small branch corner to Collje Cheser thence with Chesers line S 51 E 82 5 poles thence S 13t V14 25 poles thence S 22f w20 poles thence N G3 23 25 poles thence N 12i E 2316 poles to a cedar tree corner to James Ben ham thence with said Benbams line as follows N 89 w 15 25 poles ito another cedar thence N 57 w poles to a thorn bush on Ihe 111 thence N 25V w 35ipoles tto asiake in his line thence with same as follows S G44 w 24 poles to ah elm near a drain thence S 58 w 25 3 5 pojes thence S G84 w 10 poles to bank of said Beech Fork thence down bank ot simc42 9 10 poles to small sycamore corner toJohn A Bob itt thence with his line as follows S 8G E 27A poles to a stonfe thence S 1 E 10 poles to a stake sl11allbusha biisb thence S 15 y475 poles to a bush thence S 2Vw 12 poles to a stake on bank of said Little Beech thence down bank of same 61i polts to a stake near corner to vallacef Sear thence with Seays line S 52 E78 i polqs to the beginning containing 112 acres For tho purchase price the pur chaqei or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest Iromuate ot mile until paidand having tim force and effect of a Judgmqnt Bidders will be required to comply with these terms SLEACIIMAN iLCw C A SWfl8i jB11lh is a never faihnc sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is no remedy in the world equal to Kod9l Jbyspcpsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspecsia and Ml atomach disorders Mrs jilary S Crick of White Piains Ky writes 1 have bcena dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grot worse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at oiicc and after taking a fe r bottles am fully restored in weight health and secength andean eat whatever I Jiko KodQl digests whit you eat and makes the stomach swc t Sold qy all drug gists Its Over The Democratic Primary Election in the County Several Exciting Races and Close- Finishes Mark the Even THE NOMINEES J County Judge B L Eritsoy County Attorney T s Mayes County Clerk W F Booker Sheriff J S Osbpurne School Supertcndent JW Bush Jailer George D Catlett Repsentjitive W D Claybrooke Coroner J M Montgomery The Democratic primary whidh passed off llast Saturday brought out a bg vote and everybody appeared to be inteiested Every effort was made to get out the full JDemocratic vote and judging from the vote cast not only all the Democrats but a few Republiansturnod out The greatest interest was cent rpd in in the Sheriff a race and both sides worked hard to win Ac cordingi to tliereturns Osbournes majority wap 61 over Keene AV D Claybrooke beat W RY Goodlett 32 rvotes in the Repre sentatives race while in the Ass sessors contest Torn OBryan received a plurality Qf 141 votes makin him the head of the as de puty t intheCtleindisist- he of county ihe having received tlic highest number in that district There were said to have been made all sorts of deals and combiiiat5on among the various candidates and the results at certain pollsl were surprising However tlijij defeated ones appear to be taking the matter quietly as could be expected uu dca the circumstances We publish the detailed official vote be low 1 i 1l Ji ri to l 118 b 022 117 1iL till 191 98 laC 4j42 Sale Cavanaugh Pinkston J By virtue Judgment and order sale the Washington Cirpcit court rendered the May term thereof 1904 the above cau e shall proceed offer for sale the Court House door Springfield Ky MONDAY AUGUST 1W4 itor about oclock pm being county day the highest public auction upon credit of six mOnths the followIng described property wit A certain tract parcel of land lying and being io Wash ington county Ky and bounded- aS follows Beginntig at a beech tree in Andrew Pinkstons line thence 70 24 poles to beech thence 7JJ5 508 poles to a stone in Farris branch tnence down 26 0 poles to another stone near a beech thence N 48 8888 poles a beech in Mont joinerys thence with said line 80 poles to top of the ridge thence up said ridge 85 928 poles a stone in drain thence up said drtinS6L5 wld tothe begin ning containing 50 25 acrQs For the price the pur chaser purchasers with approved security sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest fvonr data sale until paid and having the force and effect Judgment Bidders will l e required comply promptly with the so terms MG LEACHMANfM C C APencct Painless Pill is ino one that will the system set the liver action remove the bile clean the complexion cure headache and leave a good taste the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and eflectitdlly are DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore Lafayette fILd says All other pills iave used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by at druggists Inhuman Brute Several nights agowhile Mr Spencer Clark was at jihe home of Mr Pete Hays in3he Pleas his1110rsestarted to go home he found that some inhuman cowardly scoun d reI had cut the harness off the horse had badly damaged the buggy ard besides slashing the horse several times with aknrfe had cut its tail off and threw in the buggy The Animal was fine and a big 1os to Mr Clark No clew so fat has been found to the ffuilty jparty but Mr Hays says he yill giye liberal reward for his capture and conviction Such characters these are source of great dangler to community and every means should be used by the officers and citizens to put them where they par t prac tice their nefarious dedsFalc- on Jndot Bitter REM Two physicians lad a long and stubborn fight th an ab cess my right lung writes Jf Hughes of Duponl Ga uJnd gave me up ijSverybqdy thought my time qa come As alastresoit I tried Dr Kings New Discovery fftr Consumption The benefit I received was strik ing and 1 was on my feet in a vays Now Pve Entirely reo if all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by C J Haydons drug store TrialbottlesI cdveryputup a new w ha cortain for all Kidney and Bladder trou ble rhcrmatisjnj Lumbagp etc You rltaet5dto call at our store and let how you Pineules derived from the pineS Sold by Haydon Pharinacv n re i a SS I I tedt I ncr t e t j t j c 1 l = 0 Q 5 p fl o J 1 01 E = QC 0g 1 n Q C 2h a a 1 J 0 0 a Q 1 I r t 3 83 bu 112 12 22 3 3 5 57 North ill 0 fl2 4622 12 i31 44 2 i o 3 0 15 6 65 13 J MackiI1e j 21 3 a 31t73 91 81 f 31 4 55 4 S7 64 o 71 61 47 50 4 4 83 55 85 32 34 Springfield f il 1 2 2 83 9 56 4i au 94 No 10 3 i 5 55 41 99 i2 Kelly 22 44 40 j 14 H ti2 33 59 Ii 11 15 3 it 31 44 t5 7 31 j 19 47 51 tic 11 al of a of at in to at in on 22 2 to bidder at a to cr S w a S w E to N E 8 the S w to or or of of a to W C dense to in of I it is 0 as at w on in urc are us J II ratham Springs Died July 29 Mrs Alice White wife of John formerly of tHis plape but has Chaplin She was buried in the Rok brjdge cemetery hereneajr She leaves a and tour small besidps aed mother and hosl ofVelatives and friends to mourn hcfr dea h Mrs Is Jon the hops seelier able ito be lip again soon f John and Willie Jenlns still on the lisi Messrs Richard Prank Ash are a trip to the Worlds Fair Mrs ap pldpeehng last Thursday night They report goOd She got a good many apples pealed and eattoolI presume Iwilitry and the qu0s tion asked by your Valley Hill fleas know a remedy that will never fail Just catch theI flea and give a little and will every v SThe Death Penally A little thing spmetimes suIts in death Thus amere scratch iirisifrnificent cuts puny bOlts haVc paid the death penalty It is wise t have Bucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its bfst salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Spre Ulcers and Piles Only 25c at CJ Haydons Drugstbre TAR 0J chUJ Wagf5tLf4Lr 1WP Lafaa ith1r UtJjiW1iWt Of INTEREST 1 MM 7cw PQ vNED AGAIN The Leba non baseball club is certainly a persistent ibody of fighters and to use a prize ring term they be regular gluttons fore reJpeatfields they conic back for more They came bacli more on last Triday afternoon and they got good strong dose this time which will probably satisfy both playeis and backers some time to come age gregation came over this time welLttyed as they thought io make d killing of the innocents They got together player from every where except aail were prepared to carry home many The and financial of the team however got wind of the game and sent to Bloomfi ld and to and goth few choice ball tossers on their o account In fact the name is about the only claim either had to identify itself or Leba ncn iThere were tyro or three Lebanbn bojs in the team which bore that najne and the battery and one outfielder were the only home members of the other team And right here we wish to mark that the managers are in way to kill interest In base a ninsr down regular ball team who members of the ho s apd have goQd play ke outsiders for the of makinga sure thing of win ning With only three home members the team coujd hardly be called Springfield base club and its victory reflects small Credit to the town The game last Friday was onesided toS orprliiiary Election 19O lr Co Sheriff Su pinlCoro pre Jl1 Asscssor 1He t r + 3 tifl irstf= Lt1 a acco 9 II i 1II l F J r L jjff = E prelCrh loorrll1c 52 no 162 41 46 24 42IOOtllS 13014515fll7987 Ilemircujtj74 61 60 49 liS 3S fOllO 55 82 Pottsil1c 143 20 89I 3 13th 32 813G Springfielc1 88 No 139 iruuuliehui lS2 BIfoO 118 l1Q Shop S14 ii ii 91 llrush lrOve 37 221 3- 7ff0 32 iajoritie 49069HI 817j 897 10581624 eonli7 Commissioners et Kquityiof court safe line 49 72 purchaso any gainetnjers Friday Mr WhilOi moved near husband children an a Drjjrlatchelt sickllstbutwe to Mlsdames are Sick Pinikktonaur contemplating l3enlCeeling gave an rail a time answer correspondent a preventative for I it poison it die tune re or io the threaten FOLEY IIODYAM LOGJ1L appear to for a for The Lebanon Springfield Lebanon scalps management backers Springfield BardstoW witlfSpringfield troWJgife jprovGri- 1inaporting ball too 1 OmciI tote4Jri4H9I UUSr Stll113 j1tili4 Plff tpt for by interesting The Lebanon 1be put in thepitchqrs one Mr Barger u tall young fellow who was discovered down in tthe wilds of Russell county HeJs by fat the best pitcher that has been put in bya visiting team nere tlifs season and had he been given any support the result mighvhav Men different as nearly all of the scores made by the home team were there suit of errors on the part of the visitors Colvin was as usual a puzzle Io the opposing batters7 and h f superb mppolt zad4 victory easy Ina4it1weent- ure to say that the team as made up for Springfield would makd a good show no against Qny ametuer cldb jin he State The rerult was Sp lngfield 13 Lebanon o TIlE SttTJAlTON The Lebanon EnterprhC hcommentlngon the ominittCeI action in regard to the judgd race cally spalviog SaysClTfc6ni1 mitteOTStands conven butslapalysissbowsJ the following result For MrICoopers inter sts one vote for Mr Wilsons one vote for Mr Thurmans two votes Mr Thurman strength in the Com olittee then is equal to the corn bined or consolidated strength of his opponents This Analysis furnjsh thekey to the situation andl in our humble opinion should determine positively the final action of the Committee Ifi Mr Coopers br Mr strength iin the WtlsonsI two for a convention to one each h1a nrinno t1 51r no oue would or should complain r or censure the Committee for calling a convention preferably tc tying up indefintej the re Fult or referring it for settle mjenttp the State Central Com j mittee Our committee shpuld settle this matter itseltand ici will follow the logic ofthe situa tion or obey the Golden Rule it will settle it right and the verdict wiUcaee the vigorous applause of the people These lines are written as we see it inI tliel interestof jjustice only iMc CHORD Hon C C Me4 Chord of Springfield KYdwas iin this city yesterday He is Chainman of the RailroadCom mission ancl came here for the purpose of inspecting the term i rial facilities cf the Railway Company at this porat of which there has been much complaint for the last year or two While MivMcChord did no make his conclusions public it is understood that a number of changes practically amounting to a re building of the depot will be Ordered by the Commission when it hears his report Law renceburg News NELSON PRIMARY The Ipem ojcratic primary election in Nel son county which took place on ihe same day as the one inIthis county was hotly contested andI they say that H great deaUof money was spent on all sides Nat W Halstead beat R C rv for County A tornev- U gtes Morgan Gilkey about 500 ty Clerk over was elected Co C Mann Boone Rapier and T ler beat several opponents foF3i CHANGE There has been a change in the law with reference to the date of assessment of all cat ble property which directs that the valuation be made from the first instead of the fifteenth of Seplember as heretofore The county assessors will soou b3 at work on the assessment for this cjarS1w b bY10bamberlains Diafrloea Remedy and Per itaiB a We Sayed fA short time agwasi taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and be liejve I would have died ifll had not gottenrelipfsays John J Patton a leading citizen pf Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamterlains Colic Cholera and DiarrhoeaRemedy I bought a twentyfive cent bottte and alter taking threp doses of itwas en irely cured I consider it the best tiQclcomp1store i Tile oxygenized strength of the healing piqes combined with other well known kidney and bladder reme dies is dresetl ted in Pineulee This new discovery gives immediate relief and permanently cures all kidqey and bladder troubles Sold by Ha don Pharmacy A SScruviIIeh gain the pleasant showers liajve come to make glad the heart of the despondent farmer are always ready to give up IW sdon forgetting Gods pro niie that he will send the rain Ion the just and unjust Miss Ellen Smothers die3 at tile home of her neicc4rE Speed Lewi3i Jast Wednesday ndwas butied at Rockbridge on thefolI low iog lay 4jjers jt i Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayes Hair Vigor is the o- nlyHairYigor hftlrfood you can buy For 60 o Vears it has Been doing JUstd what we claim iLwill do ItmwillI not disappoint 1uoIf hair used t be IMI born utaftleSusing era itait Virosa short Ieto rrowmnd no ItT feurteen tchs This it to S5WbS4C almost wlthoofa 5atr 18l1UIsiN aisttIe- drnr1s 4 fo p rlnII Short Misses J3essieand Effle fiordcb visited their uncle at Moore vine last week I H T Scruggs bought a calf from J as M Nicholson for12 t Clark Bros had avery lb e f fSmilch cow to die IJaV week J Thevlce creamteupper given by MrO Edward Farris at Yocum Hall was a success jn every feature 4very large crowd t was assinblet1 and yet seemed to haven splendid time SikH adachc For several years my wife w 8itroubled withwhatpbyslcianz calf d sick headache of a very BeyerecharaL I ter She doctored with severalenuneiit physicians and at a great expense I only to grow worse until ahe was u a Aboutjyeara lains Stomach and Liver Tablet dItoday weightfmore than she ever jdfbefore and is real wellsays fri3eo R Wright of New London NW York For sale by Hayd us drugstore fBees LAXATIVE Hon Yadd Ta Is the original Laxative couglf cure It is j ithe best laxatiye cough syrup tin de Bees Laxative Efoiiey and Tare tains the antiseptic hcaline sootbi g Jand strengthening properties of the Native Pine combined with otber n grhdients in a laxative syrup made from pure strained honey Cures all coughs and strengthens weak Inn js So Id by C J Haydon BblNCOB J jtDr Ray Filiatreaii of Davie ss county is VisjtlDg his parerts Mr and Mrs dR Filiatreaii Little Missefe Lillie Gorbkfc and Louise 6eecoTam are visiti ig the latter s aunt Mrs 01 C Ca n bron J Miss Nettie Fields oftLou s yule is the uetfPf hqr oo iin Miss Alma Fields The httia infant child of Mts C C Cambron is very JI wi ii cholera infantum at this writing Mr James Edelen is herelrom 10 wherhas a poiii Lpuisvi p tion iOUr school which opened lat Monday under the manageme tSof Miss Katie Shatfnty is pre gressing nicely I1frJohn Kelby who came ub 5 from Louisville a few week aoto claim his bride Miss Burba of Holy Cross atYi i turned tpbpnisvilla wl will make their future lwish them success and a Ion j life f VvV MrsYn H Fields visited Ke r sister Mrs Edd Cusick Hi t 1 k Fridaya fI Mrs JeitrOsb i1earid anljJ lstill continue the gust of het mother Mrs mFilidtreauix r A crowd of bays fro itLo i villo fprmed a fishing ailYO t the river last week and if1 them were Messrs Ecld atid Kelty I dont think themefc with iauch success for they i turnedhornetoosoonS r1 CASTOR IA tFlr Iiiti uilOiUnp- TH KM YM Nays AInys k athe Signature of k I + 1 1fThere Is more catarrh in thissec tion of fhc country than all pinerdfs eases put together and until the las iOa fey years was supposed tobiuc4r abltFor a great many rears doc tors pronounCed it a local disease ant prescribed local remedies and by co 1S stantly faIlIng to cure with local t treatmejnt pronounted it incurable Science has proves catarrh to be a constitrttiooal disease and therefore re nirc coastitbtioual treatment dbyd is the oplyI co StitU tona e OJ thl market It Js take a internally ihl doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon It acts directly on the blood aiidj musoiis surface 9if the system They1 offer one hundred dollars tot any case it falls to cure Send for drctflarsaBdh h testimonials AcJdres F J eheneyf Ci Toledo Oijio Soldly druggists 7Sc Take RaWs Pills fdfconstipatioa Ill Poor Ec troUcal1 Ira W fflefNiniiie1d5p writes UI wag In poor health for hik L years snfferlag from kidi yanotf bladder trouble iCtjd spent considerable1 Lraoney consulting physicians without btainler any marked relief but wa51icUred bfFoiraKklncy Care adjcsjre to add my testimony that iltL be theause of TestorlB rkNlthoft old by Wo d Cawpbel tF t iii J I liitothlng better full livec traBgeMcafr and conati ition titan ehamberlalns Stomach anti Liver TabletsL FAndrcwi De s Molu i J ThN1WS4AUR FUBLHUED XYXXY THURSDAY aSA YEAR IN ADVANCE 2 SPRINOFIELD KV jt ELDAVISONJrC3 Local er iitueI notices Wheats per 3Ck ubentinsest1o Calls oscanillclatee and poUUcalmatter cents pH UBe Job work isdoae at low rates but cultil Aiust be paid on delivery of goods I AC7 rtl lBg contracts made on liberalf U M Obitaarte and resolutions of respect a euU per line AN1oD1ccrnr3 cIaty aglslrats 250 1 C uuty acen5OQr D1tricOces1CO9 t THURSDAY AUGUST n 19 For CIrcuit Judge We ire authorized to announce- I H TURMAN as a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of thl3 the Eleventh Judicial district composed of Washington Marion Taylor and Green counties subject to the action of the Demo cratic party The Democratic State Central r C mmittie will meet Saturday t and among other matters will J settle the question of how the nolnination for judge in their dis f trict shall be made as the district Imttie was unable to decide the questioh Wa believe that when the case is presented be fore tbii committee the decision will be in favor of a primary election as the fairest means of i getting at the choice of the peo 4 pie Judge Thurmans chances in a primary are excellent as the Jpeoplejire overwhelmingly for t him The primary election for the Republic I Congressional nomi nation lD the eleventh distriotwa- st very close and complete returns ware not in yet but the indications are that Dr Godfrey Hunter will be reeleced over his oppo nent D C Edwards L s warn ws is that the Japs are preparing to take Ft Arthur in a veryshort time IHB eniRAKTEE PEWECTS YOU Li Iff Mlbna Doe a Not Cure Dyspepsia Wood Campbell will return your money I When you buy a box of Miona t natures cure for dyspepsia have Wood Campbell sign the following guarantee This protects you abso lQtely against loss should the treat mentfall to cure you J GUARANTEE We hereby agree to refund the money paid for Mtona on return of the mpty boxes if the purchaser tells us that it has failed to cure lyfipepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee cover two SOc boxes 4xxcs or a months treatment d Wood Campbell Anyone who has dyspepsja indi gestionx headaches dizziness or specks before s he eyes or any form IIof liver ani omach troubles should take advontage of this chance to be cur d without risking a penny The guarantee is plain and absolute If Miona does not do all that is clain bfor it if it does not give perfect satisfaction if it does not cure dvs pepsia in any form and give perfect 7 and natural digestion your money is refunded upon demand Wood Campbell give a poitive gaarantee with every box ebowing most conclusively their faith in this 1 remarkableremedy I 7 r WILLING TO HELP 4fAOlil Seauiau Scheme to XVlo JleaJl For Farurlie- An amusing story Is told of an old fttOmau on oiie of the United SUites cruisers hi the north Atlantic squad ron He was not a person otwide af fections but he had a warm place in his heart for a young ensign who had t been kind to him In many little wa1lf One day a landsman fell from the rigging to the water and as he could not swim he would have been drowned 3 but for a young olflcer who sprang hi Itter him and held him up till assist auce came Later the young officer received a complimentary letter from the secre tarT ot the navy Every one rejoiced but the old seaman he coveted the let ter for his ensign 4 That a nice thing to have a lettci like that he said a few days later f You ought to have one I doat quite see how I can get one tiCked tile ensign Will see here said the old man e agirly Tomorrow nlgmfTH bell the mala chains fussing with some tainc or ether and I might fall In1 and yoa could jump after me Tkat would be very good of you Mid the ensign gravely but you see Im ROt a pod swimmer by any- XetJtat aaang so matter salditbe old aai Ill hold you up till the boat ceei CJ aaO2I cCRY tlMackviIJt tW H Wright sold a bimph of 110 pound silo its to J WXWutts at4c s IJ T Lest sold a sixyeaf old combined horse to 0 Mi Ca tent of Lepanonat 80 George Wycoff sold a fiveyear old combined horse to J 0 Wakefield of Spdngfield at 90 Louis Yankee solda bunch of bogsa ve rag pounds tid PelerVCo irafa12 per hun dred pounds j l Ed Burton of Indianapolis was in our midst i isiting last week W B Hate lett sold a seven yearold mare mule to LawrencE i ODaniell of Le banon at 595 also bought a Jnare mule colt of John Votaw at5 arid John Best of Stfewarts lie one yearling mare mule atl 100 and one two yearold hOrs mule at 100 Hebem Bottom and wife of Louisville ana J T Wilkins and wife of Bowng Green were guests last we k at the home of C W Camden Prcf J T arc rom will bej gin a high sclbol in Mack il1ec on Aug 15 4 Quite a number of our psopje are cor tem plat ng attoGdmg the fair Harrodsburg this week Yallty Hill Mr and Mrs Bcoih of Louis ville Mr and Mrs Wilkins of Bowling Green and Miss Mamie Montgomery were guests of Mrs Samuel T cke last week Mrs John Lair of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs T t C Tafriim of th is plate this week c T C Tatums little daughter is quitexill attaist writing as is one of Mr Ca rrbll Kelly s cliill dren tPetet popular young gents visited in our neighborhood Saturday t night and Sun ay Mr Arthur yafcce and wife of Dayton 0 visited at the of Mr and Mrk I L Janes lastii week T Several irpu thi0 attend ed cburchaijopo SUhday AiflOj054whq are on thE 4rist are Missrs Sam TucleC1 i Who has typhoid fever and Her bert Moran who is quite ill of lonsititisj Several farmers of this place who tried to i4 first in staclcing their oatshav2 had the trouble o tearingidown ltheir stacks and- re shocking Horn so that they will not rot One farmer Says he firmly believes that if warm days had ccn tinned his oats would have tecome sohot that flames would have consumed theI stack But tas pressure caused them to sway they were forced courscAiatfrom being burned Itj is best not to be sob sty or weiniay be behind after all Mak6 smalll shocks and let them thoroughly dry before sta king is the ad vice of Uno- Tobacco iis being topped this week and the prospects are for a fine crop at resent whi h we hope will coniaue Worms have been scarce this season which was a rand thing for Ihe growers al36 the user as the use of Paris green to such an extent was us less and this wit prevent the strong effects that could be supplied had it beenI otherwise Misses Sue md Bertha Edie ton twoof Hil Isbhrosmost jpcipu lar young ladies were m our midst Monday t Willie Virgin and Earnestl Goatley madja flying trip to Hillsboro Sunday afternoon A snake story which is vouched for by Mr Palm J Grundy one of the n ost honorable chii zens df this p ace who says that one day last week while seatedl in his barn he heard a queer noise Iin the boxing of the side wall and proceeded to mvesti gate he bun that a large black snakes had aized a smaller species of snake and was en deavorjng to swallow him when thegpoth rol ed to an open spice ndiwere disj atched bj a olore man who was present UNO 4Iroe Miss Mabe Thompson has re Itnrnedvisit to friend s in Lebanon Mr J F regory and famil r l visited in Danville last week r ilAyersPillsWantI J akatl1I1 broWn or richblack Use U T W W iiWiJJiOOfiOWf iWU WW News Horn The County i Happenings Among the County People 1 as Reported by our Correspondents ml I Mrs J N Kelly of Spring field spent the day with her daughter here last Saturday Davie Litsey attended the Danville fair last week Mrs Alice Thompson and Miss Graham Van Arsdale spent a Jew days last week with Mr Jim Thompson who is ill at theMnfir mary at Lebanon Frank jMoore and sister Mrs L lYI Gregar are viitiug friends in Danville this week Mrs W P Hays and daugh ter Miss Juliaf off Bloomfield haye eturned home after a andpleasant visit to friends relatives here V MissNannie Thompson is visi ting in Lebanon this week With the exception of a few fights causedby the distribution fa good deal of the essenceof corn among the Democratic voters the primary election went off quietly at Kellys Shop Misses Lizzie Mae and Ellen Gregory attended the Danville fair last week JMfr Leslie YanArsdale and wife and Mr Sanders VanArs dale of Indianapolis and Mrs Sallie VanArsdale of Harrods burg were the guests of Mr Sam Va Arsdale SundayTf I call safely say that we have the most popular girls of any omrnunityin the county One of our fair damsels only had nine callers one Sunday not long ago VVe believe that Springfield is altogether minus of such attrac ons Mrs Artie Brown of Spring fold is visitingi this neia hood iGi Broohsvillc Mr Moore and wife of Card wen spent Sunday with tneir daughter Mrs Cooksey Andrew Ferrell of Frankfort is the guest of his brother S T Ferrell Mrs T E Wilson visited her sister Mrs Thompson of Spring field last week Mrs Ivan Carey of Taham Spring is spending the week with her mother Mrs S B Neil Dr Luther Cheatham wife and daughter of Louisville Mr and Mrs T jf Trent Mr arid Mrs C R Chatham were the pleasant guests of Mr W P Gheathamand family Sunday Mrs A C Pinkston was visit ing relatives in Anderson county last week Messrs Frank West Charlie SandersMijses Monie West and Mary Roberts of Perryyillespent Thursday with Miss Nora Chat ham lI IIlllsLoro a The farmers are very much in need of a good rain corn and tobacco crops are beginning to suffer and stock ater isgetting scarce Mrs Bertha Miller is spondin the weekat Fenwick Prof J H Howell of Ma kr ville was in our midst Sunday shaking hands with his many friends W E Sutherland sold a number of shoals to B H Mcllvoy for 275 per head Tl daughlter Emma have returned from visiting friends in Perry ville Well the primary iis oyez and we are not sorry while some have accused usol being partial in writing news aboqt the candi dates we were in no way inter ested in the results of theprima ry and whatever we wrote it was furnished or requested of us by sdme friends of the candidates mentioned We had DO favorites among the candidates and really wished they all could have been successful We have been requested to 1say that there will be a match game of base ball here Saturday afternoon between the team from Poor Townand the Pennyriles The teams match fairly well and thegame promises tob ah in teresting one Tile public is requested to come and witnesjstb6 bestr game of the season The public schcol begun here Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of vour biliousness Sold for GO years 100001Lewll DYE rim en z r atu co UIBVJ I ft Monday with Prof Peters of MackvjKe as teacher Thsre will be four months of school jri the fall and the remaining two months will be taught in the spring Pro Peters is a teacher of much experience and will cer tainly do his duty Let both parents and pupils unite with him in making this ore of our bestschools Quite a number from here have open atending the camp meeting which isin progress at Pleasant Run All report good preaching and a fine meeting Mrs Hobbs and daughter of Mack ville visited tthe family of Z P Leachman last week There will be services at the church hereSunday at IJoclock We do not know whetherrtfey Uampbell who has been erawfcy ed to preach the remaining part of the yearwiIl be with us or not on account of being engaged in a meeting at Berea in which case some one will fill his ap pointment here The following hasT been told to us for the truth and can be proven to be true but we will not mention lames unless desired A certain man sowed a crop of winter oats in the fall and there came up a nice crop of cheat and no oats He harvested the crop of cheat after which there sprang up oats from the cheat subble and in proper time he harvested as fine a crop of oats as he ever raised He says he pulled up the Stubole and showed it to several- theha1s1 JU Jrrrycame PSm cheat tubblo The cause he does noc know but if anyone doubts it we will gladly put them in corres pondence with the men who can vouch for it j6 ing true LILAC Mr George H Lambert of Louisville an expert carriage painter has been engaged by the Springfield Carriage Works which is turning out sopie first cass obs w IatilamSprJn Thursdays ijepreSen Louisville Fjirichville Cliapljo rIcharming AddieKremembeed protracted meeting rjinchyilieeaflcr pleasant friendMrs ThursdSy twoweeks- is Thursday moonlight Saturday Gordoh- C oyaity Thursday Consumption cDiisumption preparation gErgEr ath EtErEtErEtaa WoOd 1 Campbell i miIvIam St Springfield Ky Speciall Attention Physicians Prescriptions A Full Line of Oi- lsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Spar Moner in the of England the levjlnj of spur money by the choir boys was un established cUstom Dek kertells the gallant of the seventeenth century that when he goes to St Pauls cathedral hehltobe sure your silver spurs clog your heels and then the boys vrllP swurlu about you like so man Avhlte butterflies When ybu are Ju open qulre you shall drnw forth a perfumed embroidered purse the glorious sight of which will entice many countrymen from their devotion to wonder ing and quoit sliver Into the boys bunds that It may be heard above the tiNt lesson although It be read In a voice as big as one of the great or guns The custom would appear to have originated from the disturbance of divine service In the cathedrals by the jingling of the spurs of persons walking within their precincts a tri lUng fine being Imposedl upon offender called spur money1 the collection of which was left to the beadles and slngr lug boys If however the youngest chorister present failed to render his gamut correctly upon being challenged the tax coulUiiot be levied Looking After the Sailor Sailors arc never more than children In many respects Of nIl lives theirs Is in most Instances the narrowest Tile poor tars have more than people on land but their tootsto l Is a mere matter ot a few feet beam and a few hundred over all When they ar rive In New Ydrk after many weeks or at sea and start out for a good time this sort of notice In serted In niarlne Journals and bulle tins of commerce by agents stares them lu time ace wherever they go British steamer Moukwcstern SullIes muster from West Africa ports is discharging at pier 700000 All per rons are hereby cautioned against bar boring or trusting any of the crew as no debts of their contracting will be IJald by the captain owners or Quittal Ilcrby Co agedts How would you like to ha vethat tagged on to you In every pgrt Those poor Infants of the occaii New York Press Nothing but Praise Mr iliclley hud nothing but praise for your work for him before the cltt zpns committee said the friend Yes replied the lobbyist gloomily nothing but praise1 Press Perfeetlin Husband Hm er whats the mat ter with this cake Wlfe There cant be anything the matjjfr The cookery book says It Is the most delicious caki that am be made I s Thirty four persons spent the day with Mr A Snyder and family on last Twelve different families vere ted Those from a distance were Me Chris Hahn and family of Stinnett Rev Bincett of near Miss Nora Gibson of and Messrs Richard and Ed Snyder of flwas iua manner there was Snyder presided at the organ Ifc was aday to be all ways as one of the bapPF s t spent by thos present Rev Bincett is assisting tbe Rev Hatchett in a at old Brush Grove this week Miss Nora Gibson has returned tier home at a visit of ii woek with hei Harvey Hatchett Miss Bessie Keeling visited hit cousin Miss Addle Keeling on last night llrs LEn Hatch tt has been quite ill for the pat some better at this writing Quite a crowd of young people attended church at old Friend ship on last night Miss Mattie Gordor attended the fete at Miss Luella Rubys on last night Misses Mattie a d land lirastus ojulter and Oscar Mbbley spent eve at thehotel ij War Against All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many yictim every year Fbleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and coles perfectly and you are iin no danger of Do not risk your health by taking some unknown when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having it Sold I y Wood Campbell g i2J Given Pai ns and a u cliurchoH formerly horizon harbor months Philadelphia Whelks s 5oTseT Dewarra a currency of New Britain an Instance Chow the spoils of the chase may be turned to account as the outward and visible sign of wealtL Dewarra Is made by stringing tJe shells of a dog whelk upon jthe ribs ptI palm lea These strings may be retailed at so much n fathom usually the price Is equivalent to about three shillings fl fathom length or ijieymay be made Into various articles of per sonal adornuient to be worn on great occasions In New Britain the tic warra hoarded up by urick man Is produced at his fuqeral and divided among isis heirs in much the same kind of way as personal property ls divided among us Flail Diet Dad For lie Voice Fine voices ft Is tmlU are seldom found In a country where fish or meat diet prevails Those Italians who eat the mOst fish those of Naples and Genoa haye few tine singers airiong tUtui The sweet voices are QUail in the Irli h women of the country and not of the towns Norway Is not a country of singers because they eat too much fish but Sweden isa coun try of grain and song The carnivo rous birds croak grain eating bIrth slug THE JEWSHARP U Pint Nnuiv au Je1vaTruu1r- but o Ou KnoVH WhiP TIme Jew han hits been wlih ua for more than three centuries We limit In llakluyt Voyages a ftrencettO tlie roaring trade in jJewaliatys done by Duddcley and Ilulclgh with the new world Earlier still tUtnuiiio was Jews trump but no one has succeeded lu tracing historically the rensou tor ci thor name Various theories have beet put forward The suggestion that It Is a corruption of Jaws harp and the connection of It with the French Jeu are dismissed by modern authorities as inept Professor Skeat oielcstundI name was given In derision undconI talus a reference to the hafp of David SmythePalmer inalrttalned that It ought to be ideiitlflcd with gewgaw which at one time meant a flute Bqt the most likely solution of the puzzle Is that the little Instruments were first soldjn England Ujid Scotland by Jewish peddlers Although Jews had no legal status In England between the tluios of lEdward 1 and Ccounvell waYItooccupation would be that of wondering petf tJUIILoJdon Globe I Sole Agen s for HickoryJand l r ago nsI Headquarters FIRM SUPPLIES Quantity Carload L McCLIRE WELLS j q c DEALERS INb tz Buggies J Impleients J Grain and Fteld Sleds 1 II 4fYWe handle Buggidsi SllleYsarts of allgr1t to suit 4dthe purchaser Agents for the Syracuse Hillside Plow 4 j S all and examine our extensive line of Harness Collars f Work Gear Biiggy Robes and Horse Bhmkets c V it iti SEED OATS d CashPacifor HIDES and FURS THE STORY OF A BRIBE lor n Scna tprn Vote Wits Soul AVitliont Kuovrledge A former distinguished senator and a man who died poor although he spent hisj entire liffe in public affairs once tohta very nterct ill story of how his vote ws sold without his knowl edge Tossibly othe senatorial votes 1ia f been sold In a like uianner- In n Pullman car one day the sen ator relic ked the acquaintance ofa pro minenl railroad than he had met In Wt shingtc n and who he kucv was in ter sted in a land grant bill which bill become a law and haI Vccolvcd itie eel ators ort 9 s1t sour bill got through cU right remarked tliu senator though you were very uneaisy about It 4We had a rghto be uneasy re sponded tlie railroail man In these tinies of iintlrailroail scutimqnt many pu lic mi s fear to vote for a railroad bill Well voted for It because It war a jnst mensurt nndmmu amount of prej udice wot Id have scared me remark ed the sei ator Oh yc sWe knew ehnd jotir vol the railroad man remarked with a eculiar look How i Id iou know It asked the se lator sharply VHeeaui e we paid 3000 for it an scored tl c railroad mail firmly he si4ator gasped got his breath dojnandeii ail explanation iinj the par tlouhirs cf the affair then came out It di velo ed tLatwhcn this bill was pending tile rtllroad man received in fof itthU that there was danger of its being defeated and came to Washing top to se6 about It Sdbn after his rival he metu niali whom he knew slightly as a legislative promoter and n number if senators siiiit tto be doubt ful were inamed but added time prol motor tf olr votes could be had for a ennsiderotlpn The price of this patS tlcular senator was fixed at5000- Xow he is a little peculiar about these things said tim promoter und you limit bjettbr let me see him first Then later in the tIny you can call on tilin nnds4ithepromnises his vote It seems Ithat this promoter dM call on tile sent tpr and mentioned tbrall road bill ajnd said that there nsn man In the city Avho would be gad tt know that tflic senator would sn pporl the bill irjlnirght call later am hea him say so Oil yesf said the senator It is a good bill and Ill vote fouit but I hav time to bother Avith this man NevcrlhcieasJ In tie afternoon the railroad luaU and his friend were ushered into the scjjators Committee robm and the promoter said Senator this Is the gentleman I spoke to yon about title morning In terested In that laud grant bill Hewn be ghtd to know It Is all right Yes Irs all right said the enator The blll ought to paRs aid as I ssld this mornlujfr 1 am going to support- It The Incident apparently closed until renewed afterward updii the train Upon the strength of that interview saitj thcrallroad man we paW that promioltcr 3000 for your1 vote Well itts needless for me t68t11 never kuciv aiiflhng about It But tell me hy did yop go about any timing of that kind Why didnt you come to me first without negotiation and Ibid out how I stood and what I1 would doT Vellwewere so scared we didnt take any cliancfs on anything was the reply Telling the ntory rftenVard the see ator saul had often looked at some of my collengtmcstiose reputations s had been impugned and asked mys 11xre they knaves or fools lint after Incident- whomII felt like critlcls n fellow member for being a kiiuve andi takfng money for his vote or f placed In a position where he was gu 4 poctcdof It and thorefore n fool t would check myself as some ono might be h lving To which class do you be bug Wnshinglon Post rIse waits of Oid FIVe hundred years ago mlnstreisnt tnched to the kings court were c lied waits probably from the old Etcuch verb waiter to watch It AW their duty to guard the Streets at nifiht and proclaim the hour as Watchmen did afterward uiHli the appointment of po lice V We tInt them spoken of lby Hymen In the reign of Edward Vns follow A wayte that nighlelye from Mychel nina to Shrove Thorsdajie plpethie the jntche He catcth Inthe balks with mynstrielies Another derivation Is Indicated by Butler In his Principles of Mustek published In 1030 who mentions the waits of hoboysyIn confirmation of this Dr Bushy ays of waits In his Musical Dictionary This noun for merly signified hauiboys and from the utterIparading th0 streets at night with their music occasioned the maine to be lip plied generally to fill such musicians London Chronicle for all J SPRINGFIELD KY s Phone No 20 5 Bushelo radoDisQllaws t Bring Your Buggies THE f v New Paint Shop NDl II SpRINGFI KY lBuggies and Carriag 1 1n first cIa s Y leanl l an ptodate manner U faction guafanteed Prices reasonable J P PROPRETQR IIINolle ttcnlne erery without cockare this IIIASK r Oliver Chilled Ii FOR CHILDREN Males teething regulates the bowels and stoipach stops crying cures summer complaint Mayor Ycwell of Owensbofa KJV baby was wvtinjr 4 seemed ebeElsaved his life I cannot say nough It our taby i t bolllts For sample book free address THE FLOYD JHEDICINE DETROIT hitch I I FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS frcf 1rsa1e by J HaYdqnpharrilacisttt Pare Oppottuhi1ies 11 ZapitaIsts wetors FO IGm seil t Ithe lines ie I and I ft3JNTi Great Southwest Systfencfi f 11JIIf lines to Missouri Kansas3 Arkansas Indaaii i Tefrlt6ry3 Louasiania and Texas v It hli Sleeping Free Reclining Chair 1 Ilomeseekers first and thirq Tuesdays of each moatfa vt sDescrIptive maps folderz on 1Ii tltfltlt I r Slioiitc M Hclrcxn Tnlfcn Irc- rtttiiiig Nl1mt to old nail cstabllsjied mustmmPitt Japan the eldest child wheiiier malt or female mu f under Rlj divuinstanc s aUIde at and Inherit iliehosne Bj this incdna n lQntIuuv ous uwiyskm lit assurcil nUll time isftitps cannot pusS hands of I From arrangement It of accvvsily that no child can uiar rjjJIt live with an eldest child of the opiipsito sec YUpn au heiress weds tier husband must assume the family Dn ute A similar custom prevails In certain families among time people of the provinces in the north of Spain Aneldeston among them is not allowed to marry an eldest daugh ter If both are firstborn this case too time of any eldest laUgh takes np residence Under wifes roarjand adopts r Is thus tMAiSmlttcd tc their children hls1 vacation Disease no summerI If you need strength Scotts EmdsQnsur- nmwyas r Send lot in wintertBOWNk ChemistsSCOrr 409415 Pearl Street 3ccanJJioo alrdruggiiU Yorkll l AMe sll Coal in Any from a v a L f r T c d PlowsS S 1 1 is easy Say Our away iaved 25c ind Sc Iback Unqt j I and Cd tcr for ItWlzcstlor 50 tablets iSOc Sample anil bock I Ii C I of ON t tn iIYts U EL Direct Through Pllnin and Cars fxcursionS ltlrature etc ajp1ication I uL1 If Intothe transcM this follows Eldest Ilasque In husband his hcrnaine takes use New wthlarfory along i iiiiTi KIDNEY CURE t wili Kidneyi icure any case of or Bladder disease that is beyond the reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE noiIIB BpleWl 1 12M N Virginia St led writbs Fororer four yoars Iwa s with n kidney and blAdder airoction riost and vas unable towork Threephysician sUed to help mb cud I wastivoa up tq die Foloyn KW or Ono was recommended and tho flr If oh s rao er at relief and aftortakinff the BocotJ bdttli I was eitirclr cured t cie9 SO Cents amd f100 BEES Laxative HONEMJIR ilh An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bro chial Remedies Cures CoughsS Strengthens the Lungs ind Gently Moves the Boweli Pleasant tQe taste and good alike for Young aniOia PREPXED av fiplt Medicine Co Clcsgb VS A iiiMJ BURTON 8itIIIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED sVTHOUT PAIN t tOFFICE Hagan Block up stairs I SPRINGFIELD KY Dental Work StrictlyIt It r Firstclass QR J HLAMP1ONi it OFFICE t in Opera House e DRSIS J SMOCK t V SPH NGFIELDJKY i OFFIOEDr Rineharfs for met offices over Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pm p WJrJ GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW- Office over People Bank- SPRINGFIELD KY tDrS M I6Feel DENTIST JAll kinds of dental work Teeth f extracted without pain Offices formerly occupiedjjy Dr Hord Phone 56 SPRINFIELD KY M W llYT11Ti1M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Peoples Bank Building Resjd2nce93 TelephonesOfficet r 95 JAMES GRAVES74 PRACTIC- AISatctaakBraiiil Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialtyy Locate atT W Simms Jriii old law office opposite Court House Springfield Ky 4SI Railroad Schedule Fo1lowingis the time schedule now in effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad NO 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 5 2pra Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardovn Junction 705 am arrIVeS at LrJuisyille 755 a m No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstowo Junction 030am Bardstcjwn 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm- No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm i c4 arrives at Louisville 545 pinv No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 ja WrBars town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pmf Bardstown JutictioX 050 pm Bard town lr 735 p m arrives at Springfield 825 pmJOhN Y MAYS FUNERAL DIRECTOR AAOn EMBALMER I TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 5PMGFIELD KY lave You HaulinQ TCD DO ifo caU u J iL ALLEN at the Depot fRE1GHT ANn TRUNKSN Haued Furniture Moved r6 anything iin the hauling tirie done carefully and at cnableI8tes PHONE 22t i rI vy BeeVIMXATiyE Honey and T different from all other cough 53 nip Jt contains antiseptic proper tics Jo dfstrcy the germs solven properties iocut the phlegm and lax I Dative properties to cleanse the system 4 1Bh Lasativc Honey and Tar is a pWsJvttt pwmancut cure for al- cdujjhsVcolds lung and bronchial trou I blce Sold bv Haydons Phartnacy fj We are rageji8 for the famous little liver pills recently diseo red by thi Venerable Dr Dade of Chicago Per ons who have d Dades Pills wii have tio other JThey cure constipa y B Sold by Haydous Pharmacy wi1 I TOWN r w w iimwtWiW mw WW Local Happenings of Interest S The Freshest and Latest 8 j iAI AboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances i See our nice milk crocks 3fQr 25c at Campbells See our new stock of ii ted glassware at Camp elPs Furniture prices cut nearly onehalf at CampbeTs t Fruit Jarss caps and rubbers can be had at lowe t prices at JJ Afihadef Get ourprIeon fruili jars in glass and stone at CaifcpbelPs grocery For your fresh Jneajfe and ice go to F T Cox to Next door to Joe Shader stpild We still havea few gallons of that nice sorghjSm at 453 at Campbells The best and wh est preserv ing gar18 pounds for a dollar at JA Shatters Dont forget we pay cash frproduce if you dont want anything m our line at Campbells Ice for sale at C xs butcher shopFull ight Main street next to Joe Shader 4 store FoR SALE Polled Angus Bull 2J years old Geo Tucker villey Hill Ky See us for fruiw jars caps rubbers and tin can H gnn Bros q We kill only the best beeves We also have pork mutton and salted meats PCox Co Special low sale on Jardinieresi for the next 10 djtylHjagan Bros Base balls bat mits and other sporting goods cheapest and best atJA S H1dels 4 A large and han some line of Fruit BelTy and Ic j Cream Sets I HaeranBros See Boblitt Thompsons Benedict Bake ri and Pat Kellys bnggies All done at the Spring field Carriage Won s Coal will advaiic j soon Place your order with A len fc Tones They ire pregari d to furnish the best coal at th most reasoii able prices School children wJll be admitted free on Thursday the sec nd day of th r Sprujjjfial fairthisJ earntist jadof Friday s Jeret fore Mr John R Sui th lost A valu able work mule last week by it breaking its neck willie plnying in a Afield The animal was valued at175 if Aball team fron the Canary neighborhood pla ed the second nine atthis place on last Satur day The game resulted in a score of 8 to 5 in f vor of Canary IAlready there i ia large entry list of fine stock for the Spring field fir which begins week after next on Wednesday and onojof the finest shows in thS history of theffir is assured Everybody shoul get ready to attend We acknowledg i with thanks the receipt of a jompliinentary ticket to the Law enceburg fair which begin Au st16and continues four days This fair promises to be Especially good this year and iiioulcl attract many Washington county people Ben Medley GeorgeqolvinJnd nttQBloom the Spring field Tuesday and playcd with that team against Shelby ville The result was 18 to 2 iin favor of Bloomfield CAlvin s pitching was the feature of the game Mr Joe Mansfi ld will deliver his lecture entitled The Loom of Life on Wednesday evening August 17th at the Springfield Opera House he le ture isj said to be a finq one and there should be a good rOd in attendance Admission 25 35 mid 50 cents Seats wi1 be on at- Wood Campbells drugstore ou Monday The colored folks are to have a big day here on next Saturd y The United Brothers of Friend Mysterious MusicIand refreshments the grounds A base ball gme between the Springfield nine and Campbells ville will be a feature of the day IliopLosil l IJ A family reunion of the chil dren of Mr J B Ensor one of tBd county s most valued citizens took place at his home last in tihe Mclntire weekll The following sons and ters werejpresent W B Ensor cf Kansas R A Ensor and wife of Mead county Gertrude Hick ersonand husband pf Mead cow ty J C Easer of Missouri Mrs 3eoi gie BoonVof Davies county Mrs Annie Leathers and husban- dS hrloretin county and = Cole man EnSOl of Springfield Two sons Henry of California and Thomas of Hardin county were unable to bepresent FOR SAIEIdesire to sell my place privately Said place contains 117 acres of land the most of it well set iin grass There is about 40 acres of iieV g od tobacco land whicli is close to barn and easy to house Said place has oIl It a good tobacco barn and good stock barn also a small house with 4 rooms and all necessary outbuildings It is situated on the Beechlahd and Lincoln Run pike 6 miles from Springfield and 2i miles from Volley Hill Station y A B WALKER Mrs Joh anna Fitzgerald widowi of David Fitzgerald and one of the oldest residents of the county died iij tier home at Beach land on Tuesday morning from diseases incident to old a ge She was a good and kind hearted woman and had the respect of all the community in which she lived She had reared a large family of children Those living in this county are us follows Mike William Day and Tomj Mrs Decatur Dragoo 14s Henry Reed a lllMiss Sal ie Fitzgerald The funeral loot place on Wednesday morning tit St Dominic church t ECON rL T J ivlcCabe Iris gone to Brecch Lick J Miss Ahna Spalding of1 Lob non is visitiifg Miss Mary Mc Cab fThe dancing club uvetlieir biweekly dance last Friday night Miss Bessie Anderson of Dan reIthei AmeiIcusWakefield Charlie Roberts has gone to WiJliamsburg to work in the railroad office Mrs Will McClellan visited friends and relatives in Lebanon last week tMiS Sue Knpttand childrdniime visiting relations in ElixalSoth tovn this week Jonetbenefit of her health Miss Nellie Greene has return ed from Danville where she vis ited friends last week Miss Mary Lee Shnras has re turned from a pleasant visit lo friends in Catlettsburg Miss Nbla Milton of New Haven is the guest of her aunt Mrs C A Green Miss AlLjeRieves oP Lebanon iis visiting Miss Florence Hamilton at Fhdicktown Misses Lmcy and Sophia Ar nold of Newport are the guests of Mrs Harry B Thompson rs Mary Goatley of Louis yule is visiting the family of herbrother Mrrora comstock Mrs CbapezJe Vathen and chil dren of Owtjnsboro aro visit ing Mrs Salli Simms this week Luckett Simons Hopkinsvire was at nome for afflivisit to his mother and sifter the firstbf the wjbelf Miss A1athrire Medley has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Pius Whalen of tBarJstown MrslT So Wright and little daughter of West toiut1Cy- Le visiting ab the home of I H Thurmah MisdseJ Fasnie McElroy Eunice bisrari and Ifarg and Will ONan attended the Danville fair last week J Mr and Mrs Martin Allen of atltheAllen this week JJ Miss Susie Irvioe of Lebt1i 1 AdviceM lt pti al AdvIce t We are prepared to give you advice in this matter correct advice time saving sightsav ing nerve saving advice Ware properly equipped for making Uiorough and intelli gent examinations of the Eye jj fF YOU NEED SPECS We furnish them at as low a figur as correct Glasses good Frames perfect Fit and la guarantee can be had any wbere If you ont need Glasses we advise you of the fact and thank you for tIle inquiry 5 LET US ADVISE YOU MainCE RUSSELL Springfield Ky DR IF TRUSTY- PRACTICAL DENTISTdfficc over Ha jdon Barber Dental work at roasonable prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFJELDt KYI non has been visiting u her sister N iss Bettie Irvine and other relatives here the past week Miss Hazel Morton who has been the guest of MissSadie May es for several weekshas re turned to her home atCalletts burg Mrs Hubert Claybrooko and charming bride of IScottsboro Ala are visiting the parents aad other relatives of Mr Olay brookeherfc Mrs EL Davison Jr en tertained a panty of young folk- soiitst Thnrciinv PVPninrr tn mppt her Nell McCoy of iSitorLIiss Misses Beulah and Acquin Montgomery of Louisville who have bein visitingi the family of Mrs TW Sim ms Sr have re Ii turned home MS E R Epboitts of Amedia Oho who has been visHingher sifters Mes ames WsJCl Robert son and Palmer G Mclblroy has returned homo Mis Ilarry R riiompson er tertained inJiohpv of her gucsts the Misses Ainuldl Wednesday evening The imarried ladies from six to emhtl the unmarried gentlemen and young ladies from eight lo eleven Mrs Cliftoli A Green and Ms c P Hosley entertained t1 number ol friends Tuesday inorniifg from nine to twelve oclock in LIcenocinoltl of Covinglon and Missl MintorTm New llaceu DI Shaunty and R F Sulton entertained a supper party at Hertleins on last Saturday even jug The follong were present Mr and Mrs HR Thoinpon Misses Lucy and Sophia Arnold Miss Foice Miss Annie McUhord Messrs H M Grundyj Di S M Green R F SUtton and Dr Shaunty v The following party chaperon ed bv Miss Jennie Redding left for the Worlds Fair Tuesday morning Misses Kote Mays Sallie May Carrico Lizzie Waters Lydia McElroy Lucy Selccman Mayola ClementsFlorence Ede len Ella Duncan Mary Dohonoy Robbie Siinms Katie Hertlein Mr and Mrs T F Pettus1 Will Waters Jr1Mrs Simpson Robert and daughters Miss Bessie and Lallie FoiSalc A nice now 0 ropm story cottage with lat ge hull varanda back porch and all necessary outhouses containing nearly two acre3 splendid garden grass lot well water well fenced lo cated on Perry ville pike near High School I also offer a small farm of nearly 15 acres good land with nice new 4 room cottage and necessary out houses located on Perry vile pike Iti miles from Springfield For further par ticulars terjns pjiMcac address W P jLAVRENCE Springfield Ky DefitlfeI Tie Name When you RO to buy Witch Hazel- Salvclook for the name DcWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making D- cittWiJch Iaz1l Selve which is the best sal vein the world for cuts burns bruises bolls4 eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve duo to Its many cures has caused numerous worthless counterfeits to be placed pa the mar EIall druggists nQna11J3JIRWIPtl31Ifla poqoqu3UJlUdllrulg r3uqvtoJJ iLa Repairing Promptly arid Done at Reasonable Prices Springfield Yf f Commissioners Sale fRC Canary Administrator of Jack Spdldinfr PUT VEqityElizafn By virtue dgment and order of sale of OftWashington Circuit Court at the May term thereof 1904 in the above styled cause iI shallproceed to offer for sale SpringficldKyo1 MONDAy AUGUST 2Z 1904 At 2 oclock pm or thereajbtiut be Ing county court day to thehighest bidder at public auction upon a credit f6and J2 months the follow ing described property towit r A tract of land situated in Washington county KyW and bounded as follows Beginning ofPieasitabove the mouth on a branch thenc up tne creek S 55 E 22 poles S 40 E 28 poles S 19t E 18 poles S 1 w 10 polEs S61 w 14 poles1S 67 w 47f poles S 55 w9 poles to a sugar tree beech and elm corner to VL Hardhl thence S 21 w 29J to the mouth cf Joseph tlardins spring branch thence up the branch S 63 E 28 poles to a double elm thence S 16 E 26 poles S BIE 15 poles to a stone corner to Joseph Hardin thence N 40 E 51 poies to a stone thence S 32 E 23J poles to a stone thence S 24 E 145 J poles to a beech tree on the branch en A Canarys line thence N 44A w 37 poles to a stone on the branch thence N 87 w29poVes to a stone on the banks of Jeas ant Run thence down the same N 39 w 14 poles N 55w 23 poles N 2 54 w7k poles thence N 10 E 4 poles to the beginning containing 60 acres more or lees For the purqfiase price the purchaser or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judgment Bidders SvjII be required to comply prpmptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN MfW C C Commissioners Sale 7J G Royalty PJff EluitTUBy virtue of a judgmentand order of sate of thn WiL hinr ton circuit court rendered at theJ May term thereof lJ04 in the all vi caii8 I shall procoed to otfer for Baikal tbo- CourtHonBodoor in SriuigiieldKy ON MONDAY AUGUST 22 7904 at 2 Oclock pm or thereabout blp ling county oonrtrijjvi to the highest r at public auction upon ii credit of and 12 months the following described property towit A tract of Mud in Washington county Ky on the waters of Pern Creek and bounded on the iiprlh by the lands ot J H Lis toiTQn the west by the lands of V nTHsfin onl south by the lands of saftULong and on the East by the county dirt road containing 12 acreslfLQre9r less Tract No 2 A tract oPhlnfl situated in Washington county Ky and thus oounded Begin fling at a stone on ridgecorner to W B Royalty in HowaVd Masters line thence to It stone in Anderson Longs line on west side of county road and corner to said Masters thence to a stone corner to aforesaid Long ihence to a stone and walnut slumpt cor to same thence to a stone on a branch cur with Liston thence thence to a stone on same branch and corner to said Listen thence to astone and bor to same thence to astone and beech stump and corner io same thence to a Stone in Elk Run near a stone fence corner to said Listen and John W Christisons line thenc to a stone in branch cot to Pink stons line thence to a stone cof to same thenco ccjr to same thence t9a gate post or stone in Elk Run and corner to same thence to stone ill said Pink stons line corner to Royalty thence in said Royaltys line to the beginning containing 49 acresIFor the purchase price the pur chdset or purchasers with approved securjtty or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date 6l said until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders thesetermStermSM p LEACffMAN M Ci w c c jjCbOlera Maiilnni This disease las lost its terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DiarrhoeaRcmedy came into use The uniform success which attords the use ef this remedy In all cases of bowel complaints in children has made it a favorite wherever its value has become known For sale by Hay dons drugstore A PNCCIt Painless PPill is the on that will dense the system set the liver to action remote the bite clear the complexion cure headache and leave a good tasfe in the mouth The famous little pilla for doing such vork pleasantly and effectually are DeWitts Little Eariy Riers Bob Moore of Lafayette lud sijs All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts liitile Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by all druggists rOLEYSUOBYJJb 1u P tIMtII 111 7I HO APP MILLER Manufacturers oft Harness and5 Strap Work Neatly i it J the Mind That 8e How do we see l Did you ever cbanca to think I have asked quite a Dumber of people lately and they reply With our eyes of course How else ot words to that effect Did you ever real ize how much of our vision is Cental We see nothing properly and definitely until the mind lends its perception Wx may gaze steadfastly at a picture yet be unable to see anything but n contused muss of color because the mind Is seeing faces quid scenes a tuou sand miles away perhaps Call the mental vision back and the figures on tb canvas sake their proper places At once we sec the picture Or shut your ojos Can you not see the faces of those you love x r hate as clearly as you ever savf them with the physical means of sight How many times one glances nt his watch yet when asked the time as he replaces it In his pocket is unable to tell simply because ho looked only with the eyes and not with the mind also Exchange Manic In Japan Music In the eyes of the Japanese Is a very inferior art the general belief bciugl that the combination of sounds mas possibly please women and cUIl dren but that a Japanese gentleman could not possibly tolerate them no matter under what pretext In fact it was not very long ago tjmt the profes sipn of musician was considered by tho Japanese as being an insult to human dignity and whereas there have ex- Isted for centuries popular songs which water carriers and the workers in the rice fields sangint chorus as well as warsongs sung by the sailors the profession of musician has b en considered unworthy of any man and has been ex elusively left with the women it being largely for the purpos of clearly Characterizing and accentuating her In feriority that she tins been allowed to exercise her aptitudes find tastes in musical compositions rubllc Opinion Bird Clinractertfttlc Among nil the birds of this country the lunvk and parrot come the nearest to using their feet like hands Wading birds and scratching birds develop vexyhtrgetoot Birds that are in the air most qf the time have much more delicate feet titan those that are on the ground frequently The variety of bills Is quite as astounding as that of the claws The hook on the end of the bill almost always denotes a bird of pry Flat bills denote fly Cfljtchlng blrd3 kingfishers herons etc The meadow lark that is much on the ground bai strong stout begs and the oriole which is more in the air has slender legs The stiffened tan is not confined to woodpeckers and chimney swifts but the bobolink that clings to the long grass bus also stiffened tall feathers tO help support the bird upright Two SuierstltlonSSpilling the salt and the iUomon that attaches to It are traceable to the lalt supper of Christ with his apostles when it Is said that Judas accidentally overturned the salt Because of the after doom of the unfortunate traitor to spill the salt at table Is unaccepted sign of future ill luck to happen to the person doing it Thirteen at table and Its unlucky tignificnnccf originated at this event also Christ and his twelve apostles Atalng together for the last time com ppsed lie number that has since been regards with superstitious aversion not onj uAIe1A1cr ot dIning but lui a st everything e so ai wt Whatto Eat Jnpnn lIe Penclnjf The Japanese sword is usually wielded with both hands The cutting nluys a much larger part In their sword play than the thrust mid point They also fence with two swords at once the long two handed weapon being held In the right hand while the left uses the shorter and lighter Llndc The fencer stands with his right foot for yard and his sword lucid in both hands directly in front of him its hUat about the levell of his waist Its point being at nearly the level of his opponents eyes Bamboo In China and Japnrt For centuries the Japanese and Ch noHc have raised the bamboo aa practical crop The natives of tropical Indja and the Malay archipelago would be as much at a loss Without it as tb American farmer without his whlU pine for they depend upon It not only for their chief building material but for ropes nintu Tdtchcn utensils etc use Ideal Bcnulr in Japau In the Japanese ideal of beauty thest lire the leslredpolnts Her face and figure ball iS and feet and her nose must be long and narrow her arms and limbs blender and her hips small Broad hips arc the one unpardonable sin Few Japanese women measure five feet 80 the length of the figure It relative Ko One Want Them Viliy Is Itt asked the pliI16soph that mfsXortunes never come singly Cant at replied the other man unless ft Is that on account of the i ceptlcn they get theyre afraid to tray alone Not Acting IIU Part Customer Gracious nOW loud mouthed and domineering that man Is Is he a member of the firm Sales manYes hes the Silent partner New York Tlmesw Strike Bobby hqrcif your penny and you must go right to bed Pa I want more pay and longer noursI Indianapolis Jonrnai A Scrldoa Decliton Beatrix aged six after remaining In deep thought for quite two minutes ad dressing her mother whp has been choosing frocks t rbcr Mummy dear before you buy the frocks Ive thought It all over and r think Id rath er tie a boy London TitBits Confined to Hi Room Benefactor How Is your husband now my dear woman Poor Woman I am sorry to say sir he Is confinedIto his roomI cnca him Poor WoinanPosslbly sir it lOB npllenttkqgntyJ1L I VtilI litititiit tiitiww ilili WWW WWiiiWi I Reduction in Clothing I s In order o reduce fS I iJ i OUR ff ELbT1irodmii O k to make seJaIC 1 for Fall Goods we H make fr BRHEARD OF PBICESf1 l jsJ LertJ c Ijj j Come in and lelj us eon 1 Vince you that we are in + I EARNEST E if BIOS j 11Robertson i= t Ht f mf ft O rtt mt JOHNS McELROY 1 fiNnRAL INSURANCE AGENT Life fl4ard Tomacta7 I OFFICE OVER PEOPLES ANK V J J Duringmy absence from offjce VV F Origsby Neii irk will at end to any businorGeorge met sJJ IiE ff EEiE3E EEE EBBEB the Big Money Maker foj Hog Raisers f- W 11year11 this particulars this Dr Haas valuable book ror evrry copy askingj9 25 can S1250 half cans SG50 250 arid per packae J tt2O th Century Poultry Food t r j I The grbatest egg producer on the Keeps rows tl1 healthy prevents cholera roup and all1 other diseases 4 m mI 33 Ibba5S35Oi2Se per J gsj Dr s Haas Live Sfock emedtFor Horses Cattle Sheep Etc ifSAg its name implies this a REMEDY not a fooeltan is un m fejJ1 equalled for correcting the common iwfiorses cattle and LYI JA she p as well as many more seriou A splendid rtph conilitioner and growth promoter and a suire preventive from YK disease P i AND 2Gc PER PACKAGE 1m FOR SALE f tj LURE WELLS f CALL IFOR CIRCULARS SPRINdFiELDKY IJ L itjiti tj jtIi idiiti itijj 1 The Best is the Ckeapst tS j AndThere is None eerTh MIi f 1 TNEPAGE WOVEN WIRE FFflCEf 3 A Fence for every PurposesI T turn anythingi andcai be run ojer any 5 kindof ground All Sizes And I Bnrns McClure eA Wells 1I SOLE AGENTS Springfield Ky- tfMfl1OJO If If t m t m f Iftf 5I cow the Urnncl Is thatI Landiicor 51r Cfajsus asked the visitor paualij before the painting jtrcplJe1 the bosH reckon It Isl a Dufimih how broad It Is be tween hbrns and the valor mid curl onj Its fbrehend Thats a genuine Durham sum Notiilnjc to Speak Of Miss Slcrtjwnoy glggllngifilri Kidder Is such a flatterer Mlss Scum What has h i been saying to youZiUss- Skrawney Dh ffee bee Hes sogijJ hunt net Itl me I had arms like t1liI Venus ai Philadelphia Press Pal Una HI Cow Slias What Is old Rube so liotabo CyrusWhy tin artist asked If he could paint lila cows Silas That did lint hurt the tows did it CyrusYes by heck he painted a sarsapariila sign on each one Philadelphia llecord t Ileartlekn MaHcrHp broke heri benrtthi wrotclJ Celeste Did ha jilt tier MarlefNo insisted on her keepltiff her engagement when She had a betP- coer There istlwayf room at the top but the young man who waita for a apE daily constructed elevator hIs case will never1 leave the ground floor Nashua Tslogiaph 23 ventive Wll en Remedy is fedks a pre Full regard ittin Insurance Proposition in ii It book Hugologya most hog raiser I4and a FREE of which may be r had at our store for the Ib 5125 50c market m wpoultrjr package fa o it disorders e of the complaints i h OIOO BY c D i li j jl It will See the see do Ho d he Jo fit V CO Commissioners Sale Robert W Johnson exor etc Piir vs Equity William Hlntonc Def sl t By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Wasbiagtqn eireujt Court rendered at the May term thereof 1004 In the boxe canac 1 sjiall proceed to offer for salt at the Court ponse door in SprIngfield Ky oi MONDAY AUGUST 22f 19Cg 1m9r about 2 ojclqclc prd Xbejag cbnuty icourfc dayr jto the liljgftiett bidder at public auction upon a et dlt V of six months the following described property towJt S Said land is located In Wastiiffton county Ky and Is bounded on1thc north by the Lands ofThos NJineit on tIle south by tie Jands Ofticob Brengle oathe east Tjy ThpsN Johnson and James Spalding an lon ithe west by the lands of Henry yam tsatt and one piece of landfs dlsui ted from above and lies between Jajies land and H Wimsatt containing in alll about 6OacresI Pot the parckate price the ipur qkwMr er paroliiiMn with pprved jMewcity or MHiilei ut Xteutc bolKi beazhuiz leral interest lrern dM0 oi3 EMit paid apd 1taYiIicfI Iee and etet a Jut DkJlhrt wilt be required to comply pro ptly withth WtI- MG ACHMANfMCWCO j jS I ON St Luis One of the most interesting attractions on the Pike at the St Louis Worlds Fair is OJd iii St Louis This splendid pro I duction takes the visitor back to the period prior to the date o f the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 Upon entering he sees the Stockade Fort Commandants House Church Government t House Court House Indian Camp the crude residences an business houses occupied by the early rettl rs He will see hunters scouts trappers and slaves dressed in the costumes of the time1In r entertainment hall he will see i such scenes as the landing of Laclede the arrival of the In r dims the murder of Pontiac I 1the whipping post the Indiar attack on the village and other hloodstirring scenes of frontier life In the theatre he will witness the consumation of the Louisiana Purchase Territory which Napoleon Marbois Liv ingston and onroe all appear dressed in the gorgeous military and Court costumes of the time v He will also see vaudeville per- formancesi by distinguished artists 5 Sflicifee Prevented The startling announcement that a prevenfative of suicide had been discoyered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably precede I suicide and something has been found that will prevent that con Edition which makes suicide like JjPly At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters Jjfltbeing a great tonic and ner vine wil strengthen the nerves l j jteand build up the system Its fklso aVfreat Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by 0 J Haidcn Druggist t fasfasuiiAiay 1 had been troubled prith kidney r Ithsease for the last five years writes Robert R Watts of Salom Mo I lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without Iirelief FinaU jtried Foleys Kidney Cvre and less tBan two bottles com pletely cured me and I Jmnow sound and well During the summer kid ney irregularities are often caused by excessive drinking or being oyer 11ieatel Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kidney Cure Sold Ly Wcod campbell f Bal Act et A pec liar accident happened at Simms Ky last Saturday Which caused the death oIone f cow and made another cow very sick Dave Sweeney the genial clerk at Smiths store was clean tsingup about the store and in the rabbish was a largeboc in wbicl paris green in bulk had been slipped To the side of the box and to the bottom a certain quantity of the poison adhered and to make sure that the mate rial would be completely de Istroyed so no harm might re iult he put the box in the pile xbf rubbish piled it all in the mid Os Ieofthe pike andjet itcn re Wheiiitu appeared to be entirely burned he poufed a can of coal- oil on the ashes stirred them u well and plied the match Be lieving everything burned up be left In a few hours two much cows belonging to Messrs Ed and Clem Brown came along and began to ick in the ashes where the p iris green box had burned lt was not long before the cows became very sick They suffered greatly and one died Sunday morning The other tL Dragging Pat 1825 Keeley St CHICAGO ILL Oct 2 1902 r I suffered with falling and con- c pl0U of the womb With severe pains through the groins I iuf ferod teqibly at the time of JFen vtruation had blinding headaches and rtHihiBg of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it eemdthat I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine- of Cardoi that blessed remedy for tick women I found it pleasant loiiake and soon knew that I had tbe riabt medicine New blood I V to course through mYTCina awf after using eleven bottles J wu a well l woman 7 if Mrs Baa ii now in perfect Mkk becMue betook Wine of Owphpi Jot menstrual disorders ipMKMif iwwp pains and blinding Jatl teaahlotbrrcedisi Jailed to Wiaf Wr ralie Any jtisc may Mewe Malt byial I IWiaseiCardu In helh TWinl bottle MariaoM the pat tiMt sUk MUM road to Ukk vr lit jdrttr ih ea et squIring a IrIV1JLgE WuImc n JwL cowmay live Young Sweeney who bears tn estimable reputa tion in tlie community was lt greatly griuVed over the affair and offered to pay the damages but the Messrs Brown recog nized that the misfortune the result of aci accident and le fused payuientLebanon En terprise V 1 Sflffliner CCold A summer Jod is not only annpyhig but it not relieved Pneumonia will be the probable result by Fall QQC Min ute Cough Cure clears the phlegin draws out she inflamation heals soothes and Strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes One Minute Cough j Cure is an ideal remedy for the child ren It is pleasant to the taste and erlectly harmlesS A certain cureI for Croup Cough and Cold Sold by all druggists r A Sprinter from Greenbrler Dick Hu chens of thGreen brier cou try has established fOr himse f a reputation as a sprinter cf no mean ability Yesterday he was triedin the City Court on a charge of drunk eness and iras fined three dollars and cos1sHe failed to pay the assessment and was ordered to j jail En oute to the baslile j Hutcbens in some manner es capedfr9the grasp df his i guardian irngel Marshal Phil i lips and Iffictety split down the alley by t ejjjail he went on the wings of ttne win di He soon dis tanced Marshal Phillips and others wt o had jjcnned In the chase and reached the wilcteof the c untl Ida the classicl pre cinctsof Badins Roost wiere- he shouteU back defiance to his would qe captors and disappeared in jibe bushes wherefbe will protfably remain for some time to jpprae The incident created considerable excitement for a shortjtt timeStandard KILLS j toMS OF DISEASE J1 HyoiricI Coca to Ihe Root of the DIs e seat Makes Astonishing Ti Cures1t =Cat rrli4u mot be cured by lie use of fills liqni d njedicines and socalled system toiifc Under such treatments the gcrtos of the disease wilfstill livesin the air p ssages and increase and multiply Howe Jin the only scientific and thorough yay tto cure cataarh Killing the germs Jn theair passages it enter the blcjojdj with the oxygen de stroys the inicrobes in the blood and effectually drives from the system all traces of cat rrhal poisoning Probably the strongest evidence that can offered as to the powers of HTromeijti cure catarrh is the fact that Wood rz Campbell will agree tof refund tbejttiQuey If you say Hyomei has uot cut cd you The ijomplete Hyonei outfit costs but 100 add consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hiomei i Tlie inhaler lasts a lifetime and if one bottle does not cure an ex tra bottle o Hyomei can be obtained forSOcentt Snake Bit en Mr Roj Russell a youpg man of camme Hart county whojs employed at the QyesenBujibft Uos s T n ih while m bathing at the fore bay o the Lynn Milling CO1 on last Saturday eveni g was bitten on the iforefinger of the right hand by a snake He stuck his hand into crevice between two planks when the nake grabbed his fin ger The bite stung fainf con siderably ind he put tne injured member tohis mouth and sucked it fearing that toe reptile was a poisonous one The fiSger be gan to swell and he rushed to a physician rs office andhad rem edy appli d to the wound which counteracted the effects of the poisoni Mr Russell does not unow to VhICh species of the reptile fanily his snnkeship be locged Callue County Heraldt Pile salvcacts hlkea poultice There is no Sore boil or abrasiopof the skin Piiwialve will not curcjpinesalve tIISold by H ydo Pharmacy A Celestial Evening I A dinner iq the roof warden of Chinese Yjl age on the PikealL the St liotiis Worlds F I thing hop soon to be forgotten It is the proper beginning of an evening crowed ith strange an p1eaanb experiences The bill of Tare contains delicacies whose na mes are unpronbunce ablenbltlie English topgue but whose taste would delighfcthe any race under the ePicurl li this bower of foilage 8 one dines at his easewwl on by soft footed almdud eVed celestials who though mSy Efp not understand toIbt which entibleajkera in soraa way yOUrIhas formila ed them There is Tw 7c Jw none of the hustle and bustle and clatter of disher that char acterizes the American table man The servica is performed quietly yet with dispatch and he who cannot enjoy such a repast is either a misanthrope ra dysppptic and should bury him self in a cave of the desert Music lends its charm to this quaint feast and when the cigars are reached one has but to whirl in his chair and consume his weed while watching the as taiinding feats of a couple ofI Chinese conjurors who seem tOi set at defiapce some of the best known laws of nature The wonderful autom tan that tellsl your fortune from the pre seht to the grave will next claim yqur attention mid then comes the marvelous marionettes worked by a thousand hidden wires Who will play you a come dy or tragedy as you may elect Following this a visit to the JOss house will awaken your curiosity regarding the religious rites of the heathen Chin eand last but not least you can wind up an evening of manysided en joyment by attending the per formance cf the imperial troupe of actors from Pekin whose arts so gr2at that one can follow all the incidents of the play nearly as well as though the story were told in purest English What is Inside of the Worlds fair And How lo Sec It At The Least Bxpcnfe The Henderson Route has gotten lip andis now offering for free distribution a very complete and valuable booklet descriptive of what jis nsid6 and what is outside of the Worlds Fair and how to see itat the 1etexpensQ The booklet contains informa tion ot such value that all pros ipective visitors to St Louis should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Louis ow get around the grounds to the best advantage the most econo micalplau fcr touring the Expo itiOn things of importance to e mStLouis together with ip any other valuable pointers r garding trip of this nature ar only some of the many points covered in this complete booklet It is something you should have before planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be ob tainedby addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky 41 CncTT the Brand Is that a Landscer ilr Cropsus asked the visitor pausing bcforp the painting No replied the host reckon It Is a Duriiam See how brOad It Is be tween the hbrns nmiee the color and curl on Its forehead Thats a genuine Durham sure Nptlifni to Speak Of Miss Skrawncy giggling Mr Kid dor is such a flntterer Miss Ascum What has he been saying tbyou Miss SkrnwiiO1i ieeLHessogal ant He told me I had arms like Ce Venus de Milolriilhidelphla Press Inllltllltr HIM Cows Silas What is old Rube so hot about cyrus Why an artist riSked If he could paint his cows SilasThat lid not hurt the CQWStIttl CyrusYen by hock lib pahitetl a snraaparllla sign on each oho Philadelphia Record hearties MarieITO broke her heart the wretch Celeste Did he Jilt her Marle XoJ lie Inslsttnl on her keeping her engagement when she had n better offer There Is Always room at the top but the young inun who waits for a silo ciallj constructed elevator to fit IIH case jyill never leave the ground door Nashua T Ieguph H E We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course we reimburse tho druggist You know him and trust him Dr Miles Nervine Is medicine for your nerves It cures diseases of the Internal gans by clVIng tone to the nerves which make these organs work It Is a novel i1eoryn ttot anatomy but of trcatmcjit first discovered by Dr Miles and since made use of by many wideawake physicians who ap preciate Its value In treating the sick If you are sk wo otter you a way to be made well Dr Miles Nervine This medicine is a scientific cure for nerve disorders such as Neuralgia Headache Loss of Memory Sleeplessness Spasms Backache St Vltus Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nenous Pros tration etc By toning up the ncnes Dr Miles RcstoraUve Nervine will also cure those diseases of the internal organs duo to a disordered nervous system Some of these are Indigestion Bil ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma tism etc My brother had nervous prostration preIupon flestoratlvc Nervine and now ho has fully recovered You remember I wrote you how it saved myllfe a few years ago when I had nervous trouble I preach its merits to cxcryone REV M D MYERS GorrectlonvlHc Iowa FREEWrite us and we will mall Freo Trial Package of Dr Mires AntiPain PliIi1the New ymptornyour case and tell you what It wrong und CO4IABORATOWEII bow to rIght It Absolutely Free ytt THE OCEAN VAMPIRE A Monster Capable of Dragging a- Vessel From Its Moorings With the possible exception of the1 busking shark the sea devil or ocean Vampire 43 the largest of nil the mon sters of the deep An unborn ocean vampire taken from the mother pre served at the British Inuscuin s fivs feet broad and before mounting weighed twenty pounds The mother measured some fifteen feet in length and quite as much in breadth It is at all times a dangerous undertaking to attempt to capture one of these monsters snysthie Sunday Maga zine but particularly so in the case a mother accompanied by her ofI spring She is quite capable of revers lug the role of hunter and hunted at tucking and capsizing the boat contain ing her would bV captors rfnd of seeing that none of them escapes alive Imagine writes the Hon William Elliot in describing the exciting sport he had In hunting ocean vampires a monster from sixteen to fweuty feet across the back full three feet in depth possessed of powerful yet flex- IbleI flaps or wlugs with which he drives himself furiously iu the water or vaults high in the air thro ghI which he skims like some bird lila feelers commonly called horns projecting several teet beyond his mouth and paddling all the small fry that constitute his food into that capacious receptacle and you will have 1nn iidea though an Imperfect one of this extraordinary fish nIItI1slonIsfins much elongated pointed arched in front concave behind stop short at the head to reappear as frontal appoint ages projected on each side of the head These appendages take the form and character of limbs being flexible and capable of grasping prey and car rylng Itto the mouth The feelers as they are coiled are sometimes three feet or more In lenajh and are curious ly articulated at the ends so as to re semble the fingers of the human hand when clinched In this way fishing boats and vessels ufa much larger size have been drag ged from their moorings and in some cases capsized lby the ocean vampire having laid hold of the anchor Axi in stance of this kind occurred In the liar bor of Charleston A schooner lying at anchor suddenly and seemingly of Its own volition to the amazement and alarm of those on board started at a furious rate across the harbor lp lnearing the opposite shore Its course changed so abruptly as almost to cap size the es8lInnllt recrossed the harbor to Its former moorings These mysterious flights across thP fltImastonished spectators who were utter ly at a loss to account for the phenom enon The migrations ceased as suit denly they rgnn Not till then dill the back and undulating flukes of an immense ocean vampire appearing above the wiiftr of the harbor disclose the motlvepower that caused It all One erf the curious habits of the fish Is loiChvovr somersaults sometimes at cpHiTiderable distance beneath the ffurface sometimes at the surface and sbmctinics In the air above the surface The reason for this peculiar practice which Is kept up for hours has so tarns the writer knows never beericon Jectured At tunes the great fish will throw himself bodily as much as ten or twelve feet into the air The Road to Health Keep your vitality above the nega live condition and you will never know llseaseof any klhdf No disease can exist where thras nn abundance of pure blood To get tho necessary amount eat nutritious food to circu late It perfectly take proper exercise and to purItyt get fresh air ndsun light Itn perfectly healthy condi thou of the skin exists and an even temperature of the surface of the body ila maintained It Is Impossible to catch oold Cold water baths taken avery day will do much tOward produojfn1 the former proper food anderdise the latter Nature hcsInalarmIn the first cmilyugnug neca It at ouce or hay thonnij Take a jriSfc walk or run ircnlje deeply and keep t ftputh cloSed If you are so stunted that you cnn do neither as IOn church lecture room or street curt breathe deeply rapidly and noiseless ly until you are satisfied that your hotly hits passed from a negative to a positive condition Exchange Elrgu Eggs may lose their nourishment by cooking The yolk raw or very slight Iy boiled Is exceedingly nutritious It Is moreover the only food for those ailllcted with Jaundice When an egg has been exposed to a long Continuance of culinary heat Its nature is entirely changed A slightly boiled egg how ever Is more easy of digestion than a row neThc best accompaniment for hurt esc Is vinegar Raw eggs have a laxative effect hard bood UlP con trary There is an idiosyncrasy In some persons which shows Itself In tlo utter disgust which they experience not only agalngt the egg itself but also against any preparation tft which it forms an Ingredient however slight Eggs should always be liberally ac companied by hrpnd historic Cannon Four of the cannon taken from the French off FInlstcre In 1747 by Ad miral Boseuvreu now fill the lowly K Living on a FetvCenU a flay The problem pf llVlifg on a few cents adnls not so dltUcult of solution if one cares to limit oneself to the actual uecessurjes For Instance we coultl point to the workers In the turpentine forests who labor hard froin suii to sun on a bill of fare tlm costs not more than 5 or 0 cents per meal The average ration of turpentine hand In the woods per week Is five pounds of bacon or pork one peek pf corn meal one quart of molasses and a pint fsultThe value of this ration Is about 1 to 110 The real problem then is not really tunv cheaply may one live but hpw many of the extras of outing one willing to do without Savannah News A Hint Borem itp mYes Im a perfect eeryIthingcant get to sleep at night Miss Cut Jug suppressing a yawn Pld you over try talking to yourself after going JIPiker TVhy did they call the me Jneval period the dark ages Pro cssor Because It was knight time Comcl1 1hlo When a real meek man gets good and rand he cbuies mighty near having tsAtchison Globe THE DAGUERREOTYPE = I Odd Notion Concerning the Process Vlteit It Warn New Many amUsing remarks were made at the doors of daguerreotype galleries when they were first opened In this country A small frame containing dozen specimens would draw a crowd One mavu would undertake to describe how they were made You look In the machine and the picture coiie5lf you look long enough Another would ugUmtIIng glass and when you sit In front ot It your shadow sticks on the plate IIow It amc about wns never known but the Impression became general that the sitter must not wink No bpdrutor of intelligence ever tOld the sitter jiot to wink for thc efTorl to refrain wpulfl have given the eye an unnatural expression We found it a duty to tell the sitter to wink as usual that natuntl winking did not nfl ct the picture Even then it was not always understood One old lady jJompvd out of the chair before Ji sitting was half over raising both hands and exclaim lug Stop It stop it I winked Another remarkable fact was that sitters seldom acknowledged their WllSIuJJ this conclusion Maria yours fs per feet but this does not look like me But the old lady answered Jeeuis yours is as natural as life but mine is a failure After a Jlonger consultation the old gentleman said Ve must knowaih other better than we know oursercs At onb tlme when Daniel Webster sa tor a daguerreotype the numbed plciure was held before him Turulpg away he said I am not to Judge of my own looks Itis for you to Judge and you must decide whether the work Is worthy of your reputa tlouA Bogardus Jn Century MISTAKES IN LIFE Droodliig Over Then is Bides anti Unprolllablo AVorif One of the most unprofitable ways of spidiiig time Is the practice to which many persons are addicted of brooding over the mistakes one has made In life and thinking what lIe might have been or achieved if he hhd not done at certain times just what bdid do Almost every unsuccessful man In looking over his past career Is Inclined to think that it woul l have been wholly different but foV certain slips and blunders certain hasty III considered acts Into whlch he was betrayed almost unconsciously and without a suspicion Of their consequences As he thinks of all the good things of thJS worldhonor position power and iutfuence of which he has been deprived in some mysterious Inexplica ble way he lids no patience with him self and as it is painful and humiliat ing to dwell long upon onos own fol lies it is fortunate If he does not im plicate others friends and relatives in his disappointments Perhaps as education has never been ttfic from mistakes mistakes indeed of every kindbe Imputes the blame to hisI early training in which habits of thor oughncss and accuracy or again of self reliance nOd independence of thought may inot have been implant ed Perhaps a culling was chosen for him by his parents without regard to PlCrIsiblllty The result wits that the square man got into round hole or the tri angular may got Into tlie square hole or the round uWii squeezed himself Into time triangular hole Success A Hitrd Critic A clergyman was rebuked by one or the ruling elders for sauntering on the Sunday ilong time hlHsIde above ninnso lime 9iJJ the r J ln good plrt but Uiitf tO tlJow the romoiiHtniiit that the action of vlikh he complained was Innocent and lawful and lit was about to cite the famous example of a Snbbath walk With the pluchlilg of the earn of corn as set forth limilie gbspolx whenf tie was jnterruptwl with the remark 0u ayoi sir 1 ken wiiI what you mean to say but for my palrt hue nefer thocht the better o thorn for breakltl the SawbbatiJ Geikles Scotch Item inlscences FIie lniignroo Int One of the qiuurest little animals of the antrpodoan wilds of the paradox heal continent of Australia is a little coologlcal oddity which Jthe tiaturnlists have called the kangaroo rut It av erages no larger than the common ro dent of the Norway variety but Is a miniature kangaroo In every respect Its mode of locomotion Is precisely tIme same as that of Macropus glganteus Besides this the female carries Its young in pouches which nature lias provided for that Itzrposehmti in many other respects Imitates tha hitbfts und characteristics WI rgl sm tic relative i No Room For Doubt Oh mjr yes lies dwmy mp1n Shako jIsj guessed thdhc hail ever road a line of Shake pmaro Thats strange Iluvent you noticed tjiat every little while he saysdim sooth l Chicago ItecordUqraldr CnunePor Cheer fiilnciM J Cranky Husband lit a rCltpllooI wish jouwere us lively as that woman over there Wlfe Uumph Jfo wonder hes iolly Shec a rich widow Kelvin and Figure Most oft e stories about Yprd Kell vin which obtain InXSlasgow are found eQ upon the occasional inability of the great man who hispellln logarithms to bring his mind toh chidish saui Tfr famous one tells how on his blackboard ht once made two and two 5ve and hearing the chuckles of his cllghtcd class altered It hastily to three He was however once heard to say in his characteristic slow way with his beautiful use of the soft Irish n See times nine Mr Mucfarlane are a humlredund Avhat Pause But no seven times nine cannot be f hun tired and anything Mr Macfarlane for the square root of a hundred Is ten It Is also told ofhlmthqt walking one day with a friend in Largs he no ticed thnt It lint begun to rain He questioned his fitejnl closely as to where hfs coat anti umbrella were and having satisfied himself thatjiis friend hind not these articles with him he said Well in that cas doctor will walk back beneath this belt of trees1 for the rain will not percolate the jcaycs doctor for twenty mIn utes The Name California The word California was first used Ppb1tsl1edleged history of time adventures of Amadls4 of Gnu and his son Esplan diam It was otgrlut length mid di vided Into a great number of short sto ries one of wliicL wag the mauner In which Calltla the queen of the island of California ft country Inhabited only by women who iiv tfas amazons and bad gold without end saved Constan tinople from nn attack by the Persians This story us well as others was wide ly readbr the people of Spain anti bj maivy regarded us fact Among time stanch believers were the members of Cortes expedition who upon landing upon the peninsula of Lower Call fornia imagined that they were on an Island which pnring to Its appnrejt riches they named after tub fabled isle am Cortes himself called the new country California A Valuable Tooth William Archer in the Fortnightly Review tells an amusing st6ry of the economy practiced and necessary In the early dajis of the Norwegian then ter at Bergen It was In 1S49 when Ibsen and Bjornson were creating the national Urama A lady had been tn gagcd for time part of second ofd wo luin when It wits discovered that her elocutionary powers ivere Impaired by the Stut that she hud Iost one of her front teOlh Impoverished as shewzis the management carat to the rescue nnd bbre the expense of the necessary dentistry When she retired howcVer after two seasons she had to leave tLei too h behind her the example of time lentists art being the property of time theater The managnuout was too poor to part vltI1IU Beantlcft of TrnnNlntlriff In New Britain a mlssl6nary in translating was seeking some nrtivef idiom to convey the iidea of a binding oath when a chief suggested that the desired phrase was I would rather ppTfok to nIT wlfeB mother than doj such amid simch a thing In British Columbia1 a misslonujiy wanled its icutechlst to translate A crown of glary that fudcfinot nway This was done to the satisfaction of at conc r1et1 but ulthnutefy the missionary found to his horror that it hud been rendered A hat that never weursI nutl I r An Awful aiiitake r You say the thoughtless act of Mrs Slltigytolgh caused her husband a scri ous relapse What did she do in heaveusname 3iayshe came right Into the skfk room arrayed In n very expensive hat L PItO peril t zuort tury Chapter irI think you mire just the cstet goodest husband in all the vorldl Chapter II I wonder how much she wlnts- thaptcr IIIml he gave it to me without fusslng a bit I wonder what he has been up toY The DuNlneia 3an Dont you think he rather likes me Oh wellenough to consent to your harrlage to his daughter biiiJ dont think youd better try to borrow any money from him Chicago PosJ Limit For a Friend In Need A friend ln need Is a good thing sometimes but I always make the limit Icy Field and Stream Tickled With a Father I never knew any one who could be so tickled with a feather M my wife Ticklish Is shei Not usually but this ms an ostrich puttier she bought at a bargain aa- lIlilladeiphilaiedger Never mind where yea work letl1 your cure be for thu1rk 1tseltI1 Spurs on An Oiil Glohe A great gliibc onmincjitctl with the nap of time enrth carved in stone 1Imites the estate of nn eccentric Eng Ishman at Swunuge It Kttinds overi coking time sea and is visible for quite distance One may walk about It null slimily It In dcall The pluln surfaces such as the oceans lakes and deserts are decorated with Scriptural texts which are supposed to apply especially to the locality they occupy = HOW WEGUAHANTEE1- L Dr Carlstedts German Liver PowderT- o cure Constipation Biliousness Indigestion Dyspepsia Malaria DysenteryI remedy Take it according to directions Thentif you feel you have not been benefited enough to feel satisfied that you will be cured by its use just go back to the druggist and tell him so and he has our authority to refund you every cent you have paid him Nothing could be simpler and fairer but we are so sure of the results of this medicine thatweare safe in malting this guarantee Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder is manufactured by THE AMERICAN PHARMACAL Co Evansville Ind and sold locally by C J EtA YDON Pharmacist 1TiTi1IJtIt1JAMg- cLabIcPreparahionforAs slmilating the food andRe ula ling theStomachantBosorPr- otnotesDigestionCheerru1 H1LDKLN neitherOpiuniMorphine OT NARC OTIC Jaeaqouji2g11pffrJffR 11 rtiIAxjmja oJw slii oIfa o e rIlmiIv m flam I onsUpanonWoriusConvulsionsFeverish ntss and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of tc yEV YOftK months ol- U5Dosts5Ci MS tXT COPY OF WRASiZR- t j1We1 lozfreereponsoanow w reurc Patentm and TRADEMARKS wtJit 2 U S PatentOfficci iOPPoslte NGTON D C lImproved TrainService Offered by thcHcnderson RoutcB i yveen Louisville an St Koula t Commencing Suqday June 20 KoLtuckys popular lice2tile Henderson Route will Inaogu rate a safe and Fast Day servfce betweim LLouisviloaud St Louis in cadi ditec jon and wil im proye the time and equirmen generally of all trdsnsbeiVfeei n thps points J ihree dailv trams wilt ibobp crated In eachdircctioni on the foliowipg safe scheduleSfbetweei Louisville and Bt Louis Leave Louisville 830 am 900 p ian 700 Vam Ar riye1 St Louis 6d6 pm 720 amj and 616 pm The equipment is brand new he shops pf the most modern vestibule patKrrnadsL as fine as ona11yt ain operating in orout of Kentucky The 830 am train through without change pf cars will bf composed of Pullman Qbseifva tion Parlor Cars Free Reclining Ubair Curs Dinirfg Cars aniiftgb back seat passenger coaches The 900 pm rain througli without change of cars will con sist of Pullman Siceping Cars Free Reclining Chair Qarsand high backseat passenger coaches The 700 am train will have Parlor o Cars uming Oars anj3 high back sOat passenger coaches The Dining Jars on day trains wil sfirve meals a la carte you pay6nly for what you get AJ1 trains will leave Jrom and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depott Louisville arriviojg at and departing fionj the mag ciificent new Uniorn Statfon St Ltouif In purchasing your tickets to Stt Louisor to points west ask time agent for tickets via Loui ville and the Henderson Route He will have them in stock and will be glad to ticket ydu that Youwill yay be satisfied iii eyery respect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official RQut for Ken tucWans DeWittDeWitt you to to buy Witch Hazel SaJre DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Is the orietnaf and only genuine fact DeWltfsl only Witch Hazel Salve that Is tnadafrom the unadulterated WitehHazellAll others afe counterfeits basj ml slims cheap and worthless eten dangerous DeWltfi Witch Hazel Salve Is a specific for Plies Bleedlne Itching Protruding Piles AlsoCuts Bonn Lacerations kCisSCarbuncles Eczema Tetter Salt Rheunvand all other Skin SALVEPILEPJaan DrIE c DeWitt 4 Ce CkJcacl SCR cALPfELL ILieETtQN PEPSI a CASTORIAf For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought L I Bears the H Sign ture iI Of lI I tInri UseL I ForOve i Thirty Years CASTORIA i1CWyO5Cl7y NI 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in viting for a summer vacation As health resorts Munitpi CJolo ijardOjSpringsGlenwood Spring Sultijake City are worldfamed Low excursion rates prevailI t Colorado and Utah via all lines allowing liberal st ppvcrs In westof Colorado points Through car service iron St Louis and CLicagoi to Coloiadt Utn1iabd California points Superb dining Cars servicei ja h trltnsBrautifuJIyvvrll besent Ireeon app5icatio ito L j s K HOOPER G p rJ AJ Denver Col rFOLLQWTHEFLA TQ H gAhIPORNIA II AND H tOLtTHWRS rho Wabash Mlroaf i ind its connections otter very llow rates to CoJoniat and Home Seek era frdm March 1 to Atril30j Also very low round trip rate fo San Franciscjoj AND Los Angeles On Account of General f f Conference Mcth latjEpiscopal Tickets on 11eAPrl12210 Ma io For urthei particulars call ort ad drCsi F w 1REFNka Pass igt- Wabash R R room Q1