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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t J T JIi j JHL NEW84BWER1 I Jt t t l L q I Id I RINew Series Vol XL No 82 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON O1JrcXA1JGTST 18 19041OOAY4Aj l J ItiKWMSUIJi imiUi J 1101101 B1hompson Jr Co UNDERTAKERS k h AND EMBALMERS 1r r t era11DpllOUR DIRECTORY LSPRINGFIELD COunty seat of Washington County 52 miles south tastf of ucxinton 59miles from r Bardstbwn branch of Louisville on Louisville and Nashville railroad ma farming aid agricultural district Twoants telegraph and telephone f Itries express office flour mills lumber- yards0 g PopttatiotrliOO population of county 15000 DJCongress Hon Representative H SmithHodgenville Ky Representative JnKeutucky Legis blattire Hon W D Clavbrooke in State Senate Hon Representative arryLipC35terLebanodf Kyr Couiitti Wctoryw CIRCUIT URT Circuit Court begin on the fourth Octo Monday la February Mayand ber AtCommonwealthR L Durham tOlD j V F MC mpbel1 Clerk Leachman Master Commiss- Ot02ri ai3G QU ARTERLX COURT- Quarjterly Court is hjld oil the third hCbWday in each month Bi Y Lltsey Judge f = 1 COURTCOUNTY County 0irt meets on the fourth F Mpqday inC tch mouth BLvLllsey Judge W E Booker Countv Clerk tTSMaye9County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byron Crbake Sheriff Richurd Isham Sidney Osbocoe RH Mullican DeputiJi EdMasters V James F Moore County fnrv yofj t T I J I Royalty Assessor P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe TreasUrerS JtL Montgomery eotnet JIW Eush upt ot comm2Dj ScboolB EO Sprlngfleld CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John GM25 Marshil I W FGrigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jatice Courts are held in January Apr l July and October =t= Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH ReyJ D Ward Pastor Services in 1i First aud Third Suudavs In each isntth af 11 a m and 730 p m Sun at 10 ainSundYayScli ol Very J prayer tmeeting Iev Wedncsday night TnOLICCaURCH T v P F llenneg lY Pastor Set Vices every Sunday at 8iand40 clockI a til Services at St Rose same hours a 4TCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service second aiid fourth Sunday IB each month I PRESBYTERIAN OHT3RCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am Sunday school every and at1pm Sunday ut 10 am Prayer meeting hL even Thursday eveningat 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Haaison Williams Pastor Sunday at 11 am r Preaching every pand 8 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 oclock t Fraternal Ordeas MASONIC LonfiB Springfield lodge No g meets first and third Mouday iii fiach nionth- WashmstpuRI A Cfiapter No 57 meetseverysecond Tiefldav Springfield Council o52 meets on evcrv tourth Monday ii RIGHTS of THE MACAQUES Meet piiA lut ceioesi hi uhWon j SSS1 tSSSS3SSS 1 AMERICAN II SILVER I I k TRUSS r u LI 16Ki vrC LIGHT COOLEar NopfMcareo 1Ipiorack r J i 4J JIUn o1eI3i C J Baydon 4afZai ite certainly a specific for Pltia1his n W discovery is put up in Jpepllapftbli tbf with nozzle o ffHcd where most needed Stops the ml t inst intly and cures Sold by Hay jrtii Pharmacy 1tfswra in zwwraiftHraas woo mW e i t1 ROUND or TbILKI r t d i ionrnurnierorla bigjtime at San lFrancisco The Marion FalcOnj says Ma non Comrnand ry Anights Tem plar are going to run one of the finest equipped tiffins in the uliman service to ithe Triennial Conclave which occurs in Ran Francisco Sept GJ 1904 This train will start ftoto Lebanon at 4 pm Aug 29 aim will consist of six uptodate Bullman sleepers a special baggage car and one observation hundred and 62 carOne ldy engaged berths Marion make headquarters in S afv Francisco at the Hotel Eocha beau where they will keep HOp in house andI entertain in true Kcultucfty style This is one or the banner Com manderies of i the 3buth during the past year having won the beautiful diamond jewej by Grand Commander Loyd of San Francisco for dpipg the best work of any Commandery in the State The itinerary of this train is unsurpassed and includes the Worlds Fair IDenver Cob rado Springs Pikeh Peak Salt Lake City and othi great scenic features of the West Y t nRIMARY Judge II HThur man has gained a decided victory in the Judge ship contest by having the Sjtate Central committee decide in favor ofi calling a primary ele tion to de cide between the candidates for the nominatiOn The committee met Saturday at Frankfort and both Judge Thu man arid Mrf Goober were presf nt the former advocating a pri ary while the latter presente arguments favoring a convention The committee advised the district chairman to call 4 primary to be held not later thii October 1st It was further agreed that in order to 4eterriime such matters hereafter where there is a disagreement the Central Com mittee on mottoiil of Committeeman McCutch6nj adopted a new rule providing that the State Central Comnlit1 emnhaving the largest nprof counties in the district where there is disagreement snail determine and ifjie cannot 1Ibso the chairs man of the ate Committee shall actin his st 2kd The opin ion is freejy impressed that Judge Thurman will have an easy time of it iin a primary elec tion and that ho wilLrun Mr Cooper a close race in his home gentlemanlecid Judge Thurman in a partial can vass of the di3trict has received enough assurance of support to make his election easy IrOODCR W Neighboring vX towns win re Fairs have been held this ear report good crowds and sue fessf ul meetings ill every resperplis is evi dently to be a good season for fairs The far ers who support these annual e nts are feeling generally prosperous this year over their citap rospects and if the farmer and his family take an interest and support a fair its success is assured The beginskextoria of the be ty on re or4 and deserves the patronage d nd sup port of all tI e peopldlof the town and count pi 1r 4 OR MAYO ij There is some F fnterest jjng expressed in the election 0itown offidials in November next when Springfield becomes a city of the Fifth class There are to be elected a mayor live councilmen and other officers Several prospective candidates for mayor or about and only waiting to b urged by their friends to oflcjr themselves to the voters so that a contest may yet develop for that high office cr TOCK LAhjr The qustrlon of votin4a stock law in certain distriQts in the county s lflbeing agitated and the vote male held in ondoi two precincts tifjtfe county Certain magiste rial distiicts have the privilege of voting for tie enforcement dj a law requiring owners of stock to keep iit under fence Such a lrtwffind many advocates Gspeci ally among farmers wlio depend on their crops and whQdo not make a business of stock raising To the average farmer the item of fencing is quite ail expensive one It appears moie so when ProjtcCtiOllstock andii seems but fairfor a keepit11 t a lm fit to run at large to a hQY his lijaighUors G rlaDsTeslifis Alter FoDrlaars- G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Yv writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that IIhad been entirely cured of a severe kidncv trouble by taking lesi than two bot ties of Foleys Kidney Cure It en tirely stopped the brickdust sediment and pain avid symptoms of kidney dis ease disappeared I am glad to say that I haVo never had a return of any of those symptqms during the four years that have clapped addj am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Soldlby Wood Campbell Pots An End To II Alt A grieyouswail oftimesr comps as a result of unbearable pan from over taxed organs Dizziness Backacha Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to iit all They are gentle hut thorough Pry them Only 25c Guaranteed by CJ Haydons Drugstore l IKehtifcky Fair Dates Sbepherdsville Aug 23 C days Sbelbyvile Aug 234das pringneld Aug 234days1 Somerset Aug 80 4 days Nicholasvilje Aug 303 days Florence Aug B14 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Elizabethtown7 Sept 61 days Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 94 days WaS Mm Away 1 had been troubled with kidney disease for the lat five years writes Robert R Wattsof Safoni Mo I lost flesh and never felt wen and doctored with lleading physicians and tried aU remedies suggested without relief Finally I triedi Foleys Kidney Cyreand less than two bottles com pletely cured me and I am now sound and vell During the sunnier kidney irregularities ares oftcp causcd by excessive drinking or J3eing over heated Attend to thekidneysat once by using Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by Wood Campbell v Commissioners Sale iCavanaugh Pinkston et al Pitts vs Equity Merritt Ft ster Admrc Delta By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 in the above cause I shall proceed tb offer for sale at the Court House door in Springlleld Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 22 1904I at 2 ocIcIrpm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property jtowit A certain tractor parcel of land lying and being in Wash ington county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a beech tree in Andrew PinUstons lint thence S 70 w 24 polesto abeech thence S 735 w 508 poles to a stonfe in Farri branch tnence down same 20 0 poles to another stdrie near a beech thence N 48 E 8888t oles to a be ch in Mont gcmerys line thence with said lIneN 80 E 49S poles to the top qf the ridge thenqe up said ridge S 85 w 928 pplestoa stone in drain thence up said train S 015 w 1072 tothe beginning containing 5025 acres For the purchase pico the pur cbaset or purchasers With approved security or sureties tausf execute bond hearing lieal interest from uate ott sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms M G iEtCII IAN M C w c c Bees LAXATIVE Honey and Tar is the original Laxative cough cure It is the best laxatiye cough syrup made Bees Laxative Honey and Tar con tains the antiseptic healintr soothing and strengthening properties of the Native Pine combined with other in grhdients in a laxative syrup made from pure strain d horey Cures all coughs and strengthens weak lungs So Id tlj C J Haydi n Cartwpights Crook All of the young pe pe of this place attended the picnic Saturday given in the beautiful Collegefwpfiarles new church Mr Arthur CarricQ in compa ny with Miss Elite Smith and FiorencelSmith Sunday Mrs Watt OBryan entertained quite a number of her many friends at dinner Wednesday Miss Susie Wheatly of Fred ericUstown who has been visit reojtllrned110me ing school Monday on Cartwright Creek This 13 Almas iirstat tenlpt aidwe wish her success Mesdames J B and Smith Oarrico and Mary B arid Jessie Carrico spent Tuesday with Bert Smithand wife Valter Riuey of Daviess coun ty who has been visiting friends and relatives here for the past week returned home Monday Violent AtthCK of Biarrlioea Cord to Ghamberl ins Colic Cholera and Diarrlea Remedy aMPer hans a We ayed HA short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and be lieve I would have aied 11 had not gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a twentytfyre cent bpttle and aWertaking three doses of it was entirely cured I consder it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaint For sale by Haycons drug I store t The oxygenized strength of the healing pines comiiined with other well known kidriSyand bladder reme dies U dresenfed in Pineulee This new discovery gives immediate relief and permanently curcsallkJUnoy and blald r troubles Sold by Haydons Pharmacy A Large Cottarje- SrASFORDfKy Aug42 19Q4 Mr EditprVitbin the last ten years Springfield has grown in size arid its people in ideas When I knew the town and iits people we would have consider ed building at hundred feet square too big to be classed as a cottage but would have regarded t as a full grown house big enoygh to hold the convention that Hugh Cooper wants or of sufficient size in which to store old manSidneyi Greens tobacco crop Things have changed W P Lawrence now advertises iin the NEWSLEADER for sale A nice new room 11 story cottage with large hall varanda back porch and all necessary out houses containing nearly two acres Just a cottage mind you and containing nearly two acres Why I have seri Rutledge Whar ton drive old Wilkes W a25 cUp iin a4 fair ring that could ba put in the kitchen of such a cot tage Charley Noos base ball team could have beaten the Lebanon nine in the front parlor by the usual score of 7 to 2 without sver knocking the ball farenough o break the window glass or Soil the wall paper Lawrence feels cramped for room and wants1to move info ai full size house Wont Gus Shultz have a picnic when he gets the contract to put on the1 tn roof uJ N SANDEUS = AyrsFeed hair nourishyour give it something to live ItIThen it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only Vigorihair food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Mr hair Used to be WT ihort Hat after usIng Ayert Hair Vigor a abort Ue It began to grow and it Is fourteen iacliei long Title seems a ipleedld rovult to mtt after belue almoit witlsnt any haIrJ Tiiaa J II 1 1rf8t t4irado SjIngs Colo a bottle Jrxflcodrueel Liwefl Mali a 10 P Short Hairr a TlmlISketch elf a Pioneer Citizen ol Washington County IThf I place was written by Judge L P Little Judge Booker was born August 1785 in Prince Edward county Virginia He came to Kentucky in 1806 studied law was admit ted to practice at Springfield and enjoyed fair professional success He represented Wash ington county in the Legislature in 1816 He favored tjie right of Lieutenant Governor Slaugh ter to succeed to the Governorship on the death of Madison Slaughter had fought under his command at New Orleans where Bcoker commanded a company A REMARKABLE CASE At tbe close pf bis legislative term he was appointed Commonwealths Attorney by Judge Wit iliamL Kelly He especially distinguished himself in the prosecution of Samuel Davis charged with the murder cf one Smith In that case Judge Rowan defended A mostremarkable it was Davis was a short man not over five feet SiX inches and very flChySmithw8s a tall man and slender They had a personal alterdation and during its progress Smith stooped over to strike whea Davis staboed him in the shoulder with a knife severing the chyle duct On straightening up the orifice of the wound through the skin was an inch or two down on the breast some distance from the actual puncture of the flesh An unsuccessful attempt to prObe it was madebDi Ephriam McDowell the distinguished and well known physician was sent for and came He pronounced it a mere flesh wound and not at all dangerous Hut in a day or soSmith was seized with a swell icg of the abdomen which de spite all medical aid continued until death ensued partly as the result of the deposit 9f chyle in the abdominal cavity and partly from pure starvation Rdwanst defense was based on thetheory that the deceased was not killed but died qf starvation Medical men corroborated this far as to say that deceased died of starva tioh although they said starva tion was the result of the wound The prosecuticn was ably con ducted by Booker His speech was said to have been fully equal to thajt of Rowan who was always able The defendant was however acquitted by a jury unaccustomed to the subtle sophistries of the bar APPOINTED CIRCUIT JUDGE In 1812 Booker received the appointment of Circuit Judge from Governor John Adair a post he held for twelve years He was a clear headed man ex ceedingly logical in his modes of thought and of excellent attain ments He discharged thp duties of his office not only with credit to himself but to the satisfaction of the bar and people It 1833 he had an attack of cholera and fell into bad health Afte that he seems to have suf erred habitually from the appre hension of death or rom appre hensions which at least slight causes would arouse He never practiced law afterward except in matters where he had a personal interest He died in May 1872 iind was b rIedJn Washington county where his life had been spent There is niorc catarrh in this sec iou of the country than all Qtber dis ases put together and until the ast few years waa supposed to be incar ible For a ireat many years doe iors pronounced it a local disease and bycouIScience Jas proven catarrh to be a constitntioaal disease and therefore require constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 hOps to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tim blood and niusous surfaces of tho system They offer one hundred dollars for any case anditestimonialsCe Toledo Ohio Said by drcggiets 7Sc Take taWs Pills for constipation ttlRCtMinutef rllbGue for Cough Cp fs anfl Croup Commissioners Sale James Benhaniadrarc Plf vs + VEqty Mary A Boblitt et al dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order sale of the Washington Circuit 1Of rendered at the May term 1004 ii the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale- Sprlngjf MONDAY AUGUST 22 1904 At2 oclock pm or thereabout being county courtYlay to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 0 and J2 months the follow ingjdescrihed property towitf 4 ceriain tract or parcel of lland lying and being In Wash ington county Ky on the waters oft Little Beech and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake on the bank of aid Little B ech corner to Wallace Seay thence running down with meanders of same at waters edge i368l poles to a slake just above mouth of a small branch corner to Collie Cheser hence with Cheserslme S 5i E S 25 Apples thence S 13 W 34 25 polesi thence S 22f w26 poles thence N 03 w 23 25 poles thence F 12+ E 2310 poles to a cedar tree corner to JamesBen ham thence with said Benhams line as follows 9 w 152 5 poles- to another cedar thence N 57 w 11 poles to a thorn bush on llie ridge thence N23J w 35k poles to a stake in his line thence with same as follows S 64 w 24 poles to an elm near a drain thence S 58 w 25 3 5 poles thence S 68 w 10 poleS to bank of said Beech Fork thence down bank of same 42 9 10 poles to small sycamore correr to John A Bob itt thence with his line as fol lows S 86 E 27 l poles to a stone thence S 1 E 10 poles to a sake thence S i w 10 poles to small bush thence SIll w 10 poles to iLbusbf thence S 15 w 1475 poles tp a bush theiica S 2Ow12 poles to a stake on bank of said Little Beech thence down bank of same 614 poles to a stake near corner to Wallace Seay thence twtyh Seays line S 52 E 78 poles to the beginning containing 112 acres For the purchase price the purchas er or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and havingrjthe force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN MCW C C Md 01 Bitter Ftt Two physiciansjhada long and stubborn fight with anab cess on my righjb lung writes J F Hughes of I uPontGa and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As alastresoit I tried Dr Kings New Discovery forCon umption The benefit I received was sink ing and 1 was on my feet in a few days Now Ive entirely re alnel my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by C J Hay dons drug store Price 50c ndSl00 Trial bottles free t keeiLBrnath- s l a never sign of a healthyfailidc stomach When the breath is bad the stortiach is out of order There is no remedyin the world equaijto Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and Ml stomach disoaders Mrs MaryS Crick of White Plains Ky vritcs I have been dyspeptic for years trid lull kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By these of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and serength and can cat wbatevcr I like Kodol digests what you eat arid makes the stomacli sweet Sold qy aU drag gbts MHeaWe Ior seyeral years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe character She doctored with several eminent physicinnw land at a great expense only to grow worse until she was un able to do anv kind cff work About a year ago she began taking Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she ever did before and is real wclsaYfMr Geo F Wright of New London New York For safe by Haydons drugstore Married in Illinois Kirksville IllMarried in Shelbyville Illinois August Cth Mr Charlie J Boyle and Miss pessia Mast all of Moultrie county Ill Please insert the enclosed marriage notice in your paper for I think it will interest the many friends of the groom in Washington county Ky to learn of his happy marriage for doubtless they thought him a confirmed bachelor and felt sorry for him but now their sympathy can cease he is a happy benedict 4 I have beenO this sate near two years and have met many teasoht and friendly people aacl would Uketo live here very well were it not for toe coW wmdyiwinters and bad roads Jjj the winter and spring I aft glado see such favorable countsof the crops in Kenl cky- fronyourNEWsLEADER It iis quite different Here at least ii this section of the state the cpr is firing and farmers tay will not inake half a crop the fruit also is a failure iin many place 5 Iti is very dry at this time haying had no rio for more than thee weeks and then it was a lIar beating rain We have a fine naver failing spring withitra few yardsof the house and whatt is singular you go uphill to get to the spring T1b Tie Deatt Fealty A llittle thing sometimes re suits in death Thu6a men scratch insignificenittcuts or puny boils have paid thq death penalty It is wise to bay l3ucklns4 Arnica Salve ever bandy Its the best salve on earthandwilr prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten OnljrSScat CJ Uaydods Drugstor waS Ii Poor Ecaltt Fur luirf Ira W Kelly of Mansfield Pa ritcsII was in poor health for two Years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked relief but Wae cured by Foleys Kidney Cure ad I desire to add niyttestimony that it inay be thecause of restoring the heelth of olhers Kef use substitutes Sold b Voo4 Campbell lebaadnYCQurt Hiiise The Fiscalcourt met in special session yesterday andlfiIedn response to Circuit Judge Patte sons order to building a new Cpurt House The response sets forth the financial condition of the county andr on constitutional l grounds prays the Court to an nul the order or submit the question to a vote of the peopla We shall pubPsh the response ni full next week Concerning the building of the bridge at Brad fordsville against which an in junction suit has been filed Jfche Court decided to visit the scene accompanied by the engineer tfor the purpose of ascertaining whether or nota different loca ion for the bridge could be made Without materially adding to ihe costs after which the Court wil take final action Enterprise iPenect Painless ML ts the one that will clease the system set time liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leave a good taste Ithe month The famous little pills for doing such york pleasantly aaJ eflectu llj art DeWUts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Difayette ttdj savF U1 other pjlls I have used grIpe and BtckeHi while DeWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect JA Sold by all lr ggista iII Pineules is the name of a ucw dis every pubup lIn anew way a cartain ure for all Kidney and Bladder troo lies iRheumatisJnj Lumbago etc You ire requested to call at our store and let us show you Pineules derived from the pines Sold by Haydonu Phainacv I find nothing better for liverjfe ran bment and constipation than Sha hberlains Stomach and Liver TabJetsL F Andrews Des Moines or skle by Haydona drugstore bJ new tiLe Dcnnd that a Landseen Sir Crcesus5 8ked the visitor pauslr4 before the suiting orelHed the host reckon It Is Ejnrliain SCQ how b tIt is be wWn the horns and oa the color antI- unIon its forehead Thats a genuine uiham suren I 9 fiothliig t6 Speak Of lss Skrawney giggling Mr KlI dtriJs such d flatterer MlssAscum What has be been saying to you Miss kravrney Oh tee heel Hes so sal lnnt Iletold me I had annsi like tarcauH de UloPbUl1dclphhiPr Paintlav HU Cewa Silas What Is old RUbe so hot abou- tyusWlmy an artist ased4f he could paint his cows Silas Tbat did nntlhurtahe cows did it CynisTes by heck he painted a sarsaparilla ifii on each one Philadelphia Record HearUe MarieHe broke her bart the lIc hff11nrJeNoI1 f but1thQrottngut but1 nslcn qtpb i At021 erst 1 4VJI r Z42 a r r i THE SiCILIAN crJITile IJro ri HcditeaAbo 1jr a zeiiis ofAlmard Supcr tltlon f1tPeople Sicily are vastly superstK tlons The Sicilian lc1Iires to glVp a i JdoubleJ to take In Its mpnth the tvhmiug num btra of the lottery lie believes iLls unlucky to niariry or begin a Journey on n Tuesdny or a Friday lie believes iii ttie powerof maledictions and of the evil eye and atteiripts 1J defend him self against them by vcarluff amulets seh ns tIe cornor n coraMuiItatloii of the hjrii if the goat by spitting three times on the grodlidwIile l pronouncing a magic forjnuln or certain dis tricts hy invoking the name of Virgil who somehow netiulred luflirg thejuld fdIegician He bellevec in sorcerers of whom a goodly number practice pro fcsslonally on his Island selling to hliir amoui other wonder working QJmrms grotesque colotxd images of Sffhul ta bo attached to Barren fruit trees tOll which jtialleves 4 nyJs able to predict the future arttf that a persojo born on June 20 thereto of SLTnuI whO was unharmed by the viper which onclrdodI his hand is aWe to do both these thliisaiid to charm serpents besides i SOkRY SHgSPOKEi the Mistake That WaB Made by a New YorU MllilMcr One of therichest anti most promi tent society women in New York caught an unexpected glimpse of the rvorsa sld ota Fifth aveuua trades woman manner the other day Tim society woman In question Is very quiet and unostentatious in her dress and It is only time appointment of her i equipage that betrays the fact that she Is wealthy She stopped her carrrag outside the establlshmcnt d able milliner entered and a ashlpnJJ the proprietress i I see you have In your window a stenfAppreuticc Wanted she began The milliner eyed her contemptuous ly from the crown Of her modest bon tnett t shoe r You would not do at nl1she said l ill want a ladylike person who can t t wait oo customers I io t I wished to place one of my maidav with some one from whoin she could I learn millinery while Tnm nbromn t f co ttnued the visitor quIeUyb5t IM t afraid you would not do IAs the footraan opened tht dnrria door for his mistress the horroixjtrlck en milliner recognlxe d too late the llv ery or one ot the first ti1DII1ca of New 3Torkj5ew York Press f rICROWS tllaere Are Mali Points of DlJterrjmf j l lSt title of the bird amity which includtu 1 crows rooks 1avens and jackdaws l F main distinction between crov and rooks is that black and gray crowa which are found always lfif pairs aro migrants retreating southward wiU iI the advance of winter while rooks nr i gregarious and remain where they banI t been In time habit gfi nesting wrio Itoo are carrlo eaters while rooks jlt jtt j j i dlffereAce between two are X nbseuec ot feathers trom the face gt 81 rlookJ r wise hardly entille It anti the factj lhat its feathers trcota rich pu n1J irblack alujost Iridescent while tiiu plumage Mhe black crovris In shadv iriz s6upwhat like a badly polished boot and possesses but littlO lusterY r Weodea ShcX lla ITelbiH The wjooderi zceuzild a native att j4byltl1ewershoes that fire worn laAmerica The t foot Is clad ih a heavy woolen stocks JIngvr3thout fastening They never fall off I 1tlemTl1ywoud4no i comfoftable TIme sfibea iroot elm t ttjj wood and cost from 10 to 15 cents oC + American money Two pairs will last f a year 1i 11 Lrdt J0 t LTROU5Ltf L Iiilad Thdfords IDTa1Ut tt rw jnS18hrmuodorL Itteallth W t icfne r taeeMI CABOUKM MARTIN PftTkcntaqy W ifyourlirsrqssnotactrs i1i ularly go to vow 4nuif lit wA ecure a fcsckag of TheittpnlV BlkckDnracbt and taR a m tonight Thu greet faisulj pjmedlciM free the coittipket bowelf itir tip the torpid hvtc aad essis a bety iiMciof bile Thecifords BMcDr ogbt ffiU cMuM tthe bow t ol tnt ftiN M iiiHtethin tlwkkk e A f colda bill fever and allSflees and bontagipa eisrestdtlnBriW8ich as cott um ion A 1ICb Thedfods Dfl1t u1d alwayi be i iathebcusII UM4 fltifords S ek DvI1or 1vr sad kidney ieLk 1LLIAJOOFFm isbesks4 m ThDFOR3 LAIti UG 1 lilt NEWSLEADE flIJMED EVERY THURSDAY 1rf jAYAM IN ADVANCE 1i 5P lillfGFIELDi KV 1t i ZXDAVIsON Jr f 1pjOAD pU3L15HER = 10 cents per o4iLl or bPU t J nOtICes t wckinsel Uofl and poUtCaIfl1fttt c11on caadldates 1pr1tn at low rates but cash f lob rkh done 11 deliveryi Of gooas HtaJaon7 st liberal rert1SIg contrCt made On rmi esolutions of respect 3bItuarleI and suts per fine JTNODNcsMErs t 250 ctity Magistrates 500 untyOlcer District Oces1c= THURSDAY AUGUST 181904 L For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce VVr IH THURMAN as a cantUate for the office ofCir u t Irudge of tin the Eleventh Judicial district composed of Washington Marion Taylor and Green counties subject to the action of the Demo iratic party Tlie Hunter and Edwards fac tions are still at war over can lIPVlssing the returns inthe late- Republican congressional l primary in tne Eleventh district Seven members of the district committee met at London 3 es- tteriay but were notified by Chairman Byrley a Hunter man t to meet at Middlesboro tod lY Hunter sass peis comirated by 31 majority and will be giver the certificate of nomination Edwards claims he is nominated ti by a majority of 1164 I Reports from the war indicate that the laps win soon bring thing toga climkx They are closingt inon Port Arthur and the fall of that stronghold is ex tepted soone The Japanese have destroyed several Russian o balteships recently h flalK X IlHIsbopo 1 Mr and Mrs James Colter 1gavean ice cream supper Thurs d sy night whilr was enjoyed by all present 5jMrs Larkin Dean is on the sick list Hugh Leachman attended the ice ream supper at Fair le v tfatuiday night Misses Nellie lUed and Reno Yankey spent Friday night with Mrs Annie G lby Albert Hines and wife of Coon hollow spent Saturday and Sun day Here with the latters parents Mr and Mrs James Settles MisB Mattie Tobin has returned to her home at Canary v Mr John Wall and family of ihe Grove spent Sucdayherc the latters siser Mrs John Armstrong Mrs Sup Vice is on tho sick V list this week A large crowd was out Satur day aftErnoon to witness the match game of ball that was to be played here but on account of put of the Poor Towq teem no being pesenl the game was called ouV ajter which the boys choose up and played one of the 4most interesting games that has I beeR played here Mcllvoy and t Armstrong who pitched for theii I respective sides did the best ball twirling that they have done this season for there were only a I few bits madcs The score 4stood 8 tp 2 in fav r of Mcllvoy The team from here will play at 4 Tatham Saturday if arrange Kj ments can be made with the 3i iS latter teaip Hardesly Schoolhouse r A nic rain fell bere Sunday night whichiwas a welcome one 1 J41AC Barlowand grand er are the guests of rela es at Scottsville led MrGtr W Sutherland who i has been confined to his room for the past nine months is worse at this writing Dr Sieban cf Maud Dr Peak of Louisville and Dr Williamst met atF W Grays Surday to iisee His daughter Miss Nellie I jriao has beenpJD the sick list for sone time r CASTOR IiA 3 Jr ImfimU ami CWWre- iTk KM YM liw Atom butt wr j +It Iithc MInd That I eIHow do we sle7 Did you ever diane to think I have dsked quite a number of people lately a id they reply With aur eyes otcourse How else o words to that effe tf Did you ever real- Ize bow much of tir vision is mental We see nothing jpi operly and definitely until the mind lends its perception We may gaze steadfastly at n picture yet be unable to see anything but a confused inftss 0 qolpr because the mind is seeing fac s and scenes a thou sand miles awn perhaps Call the moiltal vision bac and the figures on the canvas take their proper places At Once we see the r Icture Or shut you eyes Can you i ot see the faces of those you love 0 rhate as clearly as you ever saw them with the physical means of sight low many times orto glifiices at his witch yet when asked the time ns he tel races it in his pocket is unable to tell simply because ho looked only with the eyes rind not with the mind also Eschangev Silicic In Jni am- MusicJn the cy s oif the Japanese is a very inferior1 n t the geireral belief being that the combination of sounds may possibly pie so women and chil then but that n Japanese gentleman could not possibly tolerate them no matter under wlia1 pretext In fact It was not very ion agd that the profes SOD of musician was considered by tho Japanese as bern an insult to human dignity and whereas there Tiavc ex isted for centuries popular songs which water carriers anl the workers Jit thrice fields sang m chorus as wpll as war songs sung b the sailors the profession of muslcla has been considered unworthy of any man and has been ex elusively tleft wit tho women it being largely far the purpose of clearly char acterizing and rccentuatlug her In feriority that she lias been allowed to exercise her aptitudes and tastes In musical comppsltipris Public OpinIon Bird Characteristic Among all the jlrds qf this country the hawk find pairot come the nearest to using their feet Jlke hands Wading birds and scratching birds develop a very large foot Birds that are in the air most of the t me have much more delicate feet than thoe that are on the ground frequently The variety of bills is quite as astou iding as that of the claws The hook on the end of the bill almost always denotes a bird of prey Flat bills denote fly catching biidJ kingfishers herons etc The riieadoTr lark that is much on the ground has strong stout legs and the oriole whfch Is more in the air has slender legs The stiffened not confined to tnlfIswoodpeckers swifts but the qbolink tha clings to the bug grass has also stlffcucd taU feathers to help suppprt the ijird upright TTTO Snpcr tItionB Spilling the salt and the nl omen that attaches to liL are traceable to the last supper of Christ with Ills apostles when It Is said thjat Judas accidentally overturned the sUlt Because of the after doom of the unfortunate traitor to spill the snit ait table is ail accepted Igri of future HI luck to happen to the person doing It te Thirteen at tdble and its unlucky algnificancc originated at thIs event also Christ and his twelve apostles filling together for the last time com posed the numbejr that has since been regarded with superstitious aversion riots only In the uiatter of dining but In almost ev jyjthing else as well What to Eat Japanese Fen jng The Japanese word fis usmtllyivlcld- dwit1i both hauls The cutting lilays a much larger part In their sword play than the thrust ind point They also fence with two swords dt once flue long two hand weapon beluiglieltl- In the right han 1l1l1e thd left iiscs lie shorter am lighter blade rIte fencer stands w th his rlglit foot for ward antI his sw rd held In both hands dlrcqtlyln frdn of him its hilt at about tlleJlevpldf his waIstIt9 point being at nearly the level of lih oppo nents eyes ML Bamboo Ill China nnd Japan For centuries the Japanespl and CW npsc have jaisedi the jjamboo as practical crop The natives of tropical India and the Malay archipelago wouM be as much at a loss without it as tblt American farm r without his white pine for they depend upon it not only fnf their duet inflfllntr material hut- tott r ropes mats kitchen utensllu etc The Ideal Bounty In Japan In the Japanese Weal of beauty these ire the deiiircd otntsIIer face and figure hands and feet and her nose must be long undjiarfow her nrFii and limbs slender and her hips small Broad hips are the one unpardonable tin Lena Japanese w men measure five feet so the length of tiie figure li relative t tI Pfo One Wnnita Then Wliy Is it asked the phllbsoplinr that misfortunes never come singly I Cant Kay replied the other nlho yuless it is tha ou account of the ze Tcptltin they get theyre afraid to trav alone Not Acllncr HIn Knrf Customer Gracious liow loud mouthed and domineering that man 8i Is he a member of the flnq Sales man Yes hes the silent partncrs New York Time a r A Stride Bobby here4 your lpenny and yoil 1115t go rIght id bed uPI I Avaiit more pay rind longer riours Jndiaiu polls Journal 1 i llit i iiiiiy The Siiiinosc prince whojn the early was1tb11uot10nse1thicing asked by the ciiptaln of the boats to go down and1 don little tubblnjjw he iirew hlmsc f up to his full five feet and nplity When I go on time river at Baugkoil have eighty slaves to row me 4 pnlriftli Piker Why did tlieycall the me Uaeval period t ICutlurtq ageai Pro fessor Because It was knight time Cornell Widow f When n rQnl njeek man gets good and FavlniQtsAtcblson ALLS1 r jT iftftfti nnnJ tiiHratf ttfitftir iHftWhfrg attireani NOO infWOO msfir3 fiiiHW I k NewsTrom The County 3t I I I t Happenings Amon the County People as Reported by our Correspondents ft ftft nft n n n M t WillisbiiiA Bro Waldori fitted his regular appointment here Sunday Miss Mary Cald well is visiting her many fiie ds al this place J Quite a crowd from this place attended the Maccabee supper at Sharpsville Saturday night Messrs Frank Ash Richard PinUstohi Jnd Miller Birch Misses Nancy Cheathanl Mary G rider and Fanny lieley are at tending the Lawrenceburg fair thisweek Several from this place alien ded the baptizing at Tathani Sunday afternoon Walter Wells and Miss Mary Cald well attended the Harrods burg fair last week f J3d Reed of Lbusyille is spend ijug the week with Mrs Jane Birch Dr Pyatt wife and daughter Nellie spent lat week at Tafnam- Niss Maybe G bbsJf this place is visiting relatives in Law reneeburg this ss eek Oscar Shirley of Tatham Sprrogs attended church here Sucj1ayeMr and Mrs Kett Rogers are spending the weekwith ther parents at this place Pleasant Grove Miss Mary Sweeney of Ltba Don Jis visiljing Mss Nannie Thompson MissElleti regtryeneitain etl in honor of Miss Mary S tteeney of Lebanon last Wed uesday evening vFiank Willett and Fred Van Arsdale were in Mackville Sunday Duncan Leacbman attended ttjeHarrodsburg fair last week Miss Lizziefjeachman of Leba nfn is visiting her sisteri Mrs Alice ThompsoTj Miss Nannie Thompson enter taioe i a few of the younger set rharsday evening Those pres eut were Misses Mary Swdeney olf Lebanon Ellen Gi egory and Jennie Leachman Messrs Char ley Trent Hark Shehan and CliftonJLeacliman Messrs Joe Ed and Willie Thompson of Pittsburg Penn arrived Sunday for a short visit to their parents here Mr Sand Mrs G A Dohoney of Lebanon visited at the home of W Pi Merritt last week Dr Ricchenburg and 41iss Addie Cox of Mackville were the pleasant guest cf Mr and Mrs J L Marti 9 last week Miss Elizabeth Thompson has returned home from a protracted visit to friends atd relatives in Mercer county Mr L M Gregory and oe of his tenants Mr Snowden have been daving quitea little trouble over a horse which Mr Gregory was to furnish Mr Snowden but failed to do so according to Mr Soowdeus statement TheY that in Mr Gregorys front yard the othtf1 day andiiad itnot been for the presence of Mr Thompson the quarrel would have probably resulted in something serious As a result of this Mrs Gregory lhadltt nervous colapse and is in a very serious conditioni Miss IS usie Moore of Woodlawn is visiting relatives here Scriiggsville Mrs MaryE Reynolds of Chi ago is visiting her parents at his place iRev E Stommers filled his egular appointment at RockS oridge Saturcjay and Sunday in tbp af ternoorr1 R S Hardin old avery fine nule to W S Gibbs for 120 Mr John Britton or Mercer jounty accompanied by his cousin of Missouri were guests at the hdme oMrand Mrs imrod Hendren last week Squire J H Gordon andT A Jardin were in Bloomfield the rst of the yeek Quite a strange freak of nature was discovered by Miss Flossie lardin Wmle preparing her- itireri one day last week she VEGETABJLE SICILIAN i HairRenewer 1 Renews tthe hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just what you fleecI if your hair is faded rfurning gray foriHlways restores the Jcolor Stops falling hair alsoUJWiiMaTcoTCt jtuI 1 CCICC found a ver large sized sewing needle in an irish potato She did not discover the needle wvhich was rusty until she had pared cooked the potato She lard account for this as there was no one present who could pJtaItCrouchIrvery sick child of Mr Jenkins Miss Viella Cheer and Mr i JohnInmau were quietly married aithe home ofuthe brides father Sunday afternoon Rev Sims officiating J f Tathani Springs There asA family reunionat the home of Mr Willie Jenkins ist Thursday week A very bountiful dinner was served in honor of Mrs Jenkins it beirg her 20th birthday There were 67 people present t Mr Whitehouse of Shelby county was at this place Sunday last Miss Elsie Dennis has been spending the week with her sister Mrs Elms Kays attending the meeting at Pleasant Hill sehc olbouss The protracted meeting has clcsed at Brush Grove church with 13 candidates who were bapiizpcj at this place Sunday evening 311calves1l1 a head 7 Mr Ivan Poster bought a rubber lire buggy from Foslc- rOat9OG Thereis a laYge crowd at the hotel at presen everyISatuProtracted meeting will begit here on Monday night after the third Sunday in September W Full a B a Mr BenKTeeling lost a very valuable mare last week Mr Charlie Ruby antf Missei Maltie and Paralee Roy ally visited Mr Levi Satterl and wife Sunday Several from near here at tended the ice cream supper al Sharpsville Saturday night Mr Charlie Grider wife brother the lormer parents here week t 4t Valley Hill and wife Visited at the home of Mr John Virgin at Maud Sunday J iZ Mbran is on the sibk list We are glad ito say that Mr Samuel Tucker is regaining his health and we hope he will soon be out again Miss Levinia OConnor and Mr Louis Kelly were in our midst Monday Mr Edward Goatlfcy came near being badly crippled last Thursday He went into the pasture and caught his horse He didnt have a bridle and got upon the horse without it and he immediately started for an other field instead oi going to the barn and ran into a wire rene falling updn left leg badly bruising il and slightly injuring his neok Our advice is to take a bridle when a horse is to be procured John about one acre of tobacco in one lot the majority of which measures 44 inches in lenghlh by 23 inches in width anyone beat that Remember iit days to grow jet 1 One day last week Mrs W F Moran heard a1 queer nci eJn a side room and entered to iuvesj tigate found tlat llure- snake had caught rc one of the house cats and was squeezingit to death She was long in freeing the snake from its peril and dispatched the snake imme diately Snakes are getting too tamelately and very should betaken toward extermi nating theua Several from here are contem plating a trip toT tham Springs Saturday and Sunday Someone requested us to men tion our school in the columns Of the NEWSLEADEI but we can only say that itt has so farprqVen a Success There has ben an average attendance of about 35 scholars Everyone is pleased iilh Miss Smith asteacCr and she esteemed for her Womanly ways and teaching in every respect Weknow not why so coMge nial a person as the Grovecor respondent would have Gossip for his Nom De Plume for gossip is a bad practice aid a gossiper is regarded as a mis chief making person S Wethank the Tiitham Springs for his prescrip tion for killing fleas but wish to call his attention to one point hefailed to designate the quanti ty for a dose or how to giveit Another question is how are fleas easiest caught The NEWSLEADER isi4the right paper for general use and as lt is with wild oats a sire crop is to be reaped if i iis planted for the NEWSLEADER UNOI War AEaiuStCoDsimiDlion All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white plague tliat claims so many victims ever year JToles Hone and Tar cures coughs and colds per fectl and are in no danger of consumption Do not our health by taking some unknown preparatiop when Poles Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for IFolevs Honey and Tar and insist upon having it Sold b Wood Campbell EreaamWWoOd TilE LEADINGg t8 Pharmacists m 81 Main St Springfield Ky mm Special Attention Given Phyioans Prescriptions A Line of Paints and Oils BBBBBBBB Gordon and arevisiting tIns ThomasiReed Mrs his Tanshas Can hasrseveral She not precaution correspondent risk =Nothing is farther from the earth bail fheaven nothing is nearer to heaven thiu eartiithuW The Jnde Jofcnl Loved Of one phffse of hN life Jokal the Hungarian novelist wrote In dlsgusU Vli confens It r nustI have n sweetheart for whose sake I have been faithless not only to my wife but to my muse nlson sweetheart who has appropriated my best Ideas and whose slave I was anti still nhi Often have 1 Wasted half may qrtune upon her and rushed blindly into misfortune to please her Ior her sake I have pa tiently endured insult ridicule unit rep robation for her sake I have staked life and liberty Now If she had been a pretty young damsel there mlght have been some excuse for me bt tshe was a nnfJtoil vitiated llgurcluwd of It beKTame a lllrtlng faithless kle foul mouthed scandalmongcrliiR old liar whom the whole world courts who makes tools of nil her wooers nod changes her lovers as often as slit changes her dross Her name Is roll tics and may tIme plague take her CuBloniB of the Kafllrn The author of a book on the ftafllrs Of South Africa says Tlie womcJn arcI on time whole in furor of polygamy Sometimes a woman who alias a dozen otlier sisters as they call fellow wins vlll go to a woiiiun wjio the solitary alfe pf n man anti ask her If she does not feel lonely Xo one can visit a large knml such fqr xample as the kings kraal In Swaziland AVhcre there ui hundrods of huts multi not feel Unit Iherls n certain clytrm lu time social lift of place It iisa sort of college Ufiv and frequently my thoughts have reverted to jay old Varsity days and it has struck intr that It one conlrim jplne a set of men living In tilt oil lourt of Trinity surrounded by wlvtyj and children with a social circle in whIch every one was related to ovary me else lie might got scum Idea of lie dicer Joy of lifo amid 1000 reIn lions 3rralloTT and 3Ilcrobc Swallows and other migratory birds Invariably shun those places which nrei In time slightest degree Infected by noxious microbes Thus they are never to be found in districts whore eholura yellow fever the plague and other eli demic diseases prevail The dtrlcts which they select as their tcmporarj homes are In all respects the healthy that can be found It Is mostI dent from Ibis that persons who ore ifrald of catching eholcra or other in fectious diseases ought not to live InI places which are shunned by these birds 1 Scle Agen s for OldHickory and Sudebaker agons Headquarters al- lHRMSUPPLIE5 lini aCarload1 l fI IMcCR vuisIl FW OO DEALERS IN i Buggies IImplements3 Grain aidt w lid Seeds 00 s j 00 We handle Buggies Surreys Carts ofall gra3esip4uit the purchaser Agents for the Svracuse HiHsiU e Plow S i f Call and examine our extensiveline of Harness Co11aiI Jj l Gear Buggy Robes and Horse Blnnkets 8tllil SEED OATSL c 1Cash paid fotI HIDES and FURS tJ T HOISTING ROPE The Thrcnilt of Wire Upon XVTilch So Jinny IT Dnllr Depend While ths longest ropes are used for hauling IHUVOSOS some of tti most in torestiug data lu connoctlou with wire ropes are obtained with their use for hoisting purposes Hundreds Of tb6u sands of lives are literally cncli day hung by a small wIrii thread as the men are lowered iiitd and hoisted from the bowers of tile earth and In many cases the only means of communication between the surface and the under grcjund workings which are from few feet tp luiliilc Indepth is by a comparatively small hoisting rope Think of hanging from the end of a ca ble only u few Inches In diameter and a mile long being hoisted at a rate which is faster than that of the aver age railroad train nd some idea of the hoisting problem can be gained To the honor of the wire rope manufactur ers it must be said that very Vew shaft accidents are due to the breaking of the rope excepting where time csje is overwound and unwarranted demands are made upon the rope or which are traceable to false economy on tie par of the users pti wire rope Xo part of a mining plant Is more carefully in 8p ted und watchAl than the hoisting rope and very few mine managers will take any unnecessary risks in till holstinpr of ninn Time skill of the wjre rope maker is taxed to the utmost to provide rolei for hoisting from great depths To make a rope of practicable sfzo that will be sulliclently flexible and that will bear evoii its own weight Is no menu problem for III such cases the weight of the rope Is often much more Jhan the material lifted hence we have taper rope intended to give a vaiylng srfftlbu dependent on the ntnount of rope off the drum or reel Mines and Minerals TJSETTINGTHE CLOCK F 1leonant Sort of Deception Com mon to Jinny People It is a common thing to find the looks im nine out often households vlther fifteen lulnutesi or half an hour fast fliRt shojiitl you Lappeu to be in a marry or mention the fact that you Save tobe going you are at once reas sured by the tact tliat you have no tause to hurry the clock is so much thcad of the time has it ever occurred to you why clocks are usuhlly put ahead Some iiiyskiuug have said itIs due tp lazi ness for It is such a satisfaction to th e iazy man to Ibid when he has to get cp at 7 in the morning and strains his lia If closed eyes to look at the clock that It Is half nil hour fast and he has SP much more time to doze with the result that he oVersleeijs himself any how and misses his train or boat Said a watchmaker when a ked about the subject Yes it Is 0 lpeculiar timing with most people to put thcjr clocks fast and while there may lie sonic satlSfactfon In It when it conies to dozing a little longer there Is really no advantage In It for when you wake up say itt li and glance at the clocknud It registers halt past 0 the fact remains that it Is a half hour fast While this may make you feel easier knowing that you still have thirty minutes to doze I confess I dont see much advantage in it Why not have the clock right It Is the same thing in the end Suppose railroads were to put this ittto practice how Many trains do you lliliik people wonhl miss thereby 1 ThIs putting clocks rust Is rojlly only a pleasant forum of deception vlich peo pie like to prucUee in thfinselves lint It does icon hnroi tbuuguodXew iorji Ilcmhii A AVny Spencer find Herbert JSponccr hat7 il passion for jkutfMizaflon If you remarked fiw11l1 a line day Spencer would answer- Vcs antlcyclonic conditions lio those of yesterday seldom btoak tim without warning or the advent of h depression from westward If you observed that Sirs Joues was a ifret ty wonian Spencer would reply Her rather Avas a west hIghlander and her mother an Irishwoman and tutor nan riage between highlandcrs and Irish al most always produces physically band tome but intellectually inferior chll drcu To Rend flit TcMtnntcut A great many people are under tlfo Impresslqn that it takes aloiig while reati the New Testament remark a Kansas City prjencr the other Ito but as a matter olTfact It only sixty hours for the average reader to read the entire book forln other words If n man were to read moureacim day he would finish the nnI Inside of two months I told tills to business man once and lie said didnt believe me Thinking It beI be a good plan to get him to read It 1 t advised hint to try it ll id the result was that he reported tliaf he had read cvcrylli In It wltWn forty bO1rsI OLEYSHONETHWR CeI4J PLYIt PuiimsIa for OTMFIFLD iRi Phone No 20 i a We Lell PoI Any from Bushel Work do Disc llarrosI OliYer CHilled Plots S ir f yBring THE i T New PaintShovJi tLCASEYS OLD STAND SPRINGFIEID kVfI 11 Btiggie and Carriages painted in firstdasl style and in anjuptodate manner Siitis- factionrguaranteecl i Prices red5onable 1 1 JD feKTSEUPRORRieTOR I iri FOR CHILDREN j Makes teething easy regulates the bowels and stomach stops = trying cures summer complaint Ky OwetusboroIaway f5 I zeernedI = i gave up Owens Pink Mixture saved his lile I cuiaot hEIt saved our baby Ii IINo 1111pa1anoaIi FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS For sale by C4 J Haydon Pharmacist l- I 6RareOpprtitni1i r FOR Capitalists Investors Iomesee1r5 t along the Uncs of tho J tit and 9RON r Ui1JNTA IN 1 f IfROUTt ic prep Southwest Systehivy1 Direct lines to t MissOuri Kansas Arkansas Indian IJ Territory ouis ana and Texas I IfrlomeseekersIf IL C TOWNSEND G a 1 Passenger ind Ticket Agent S LOUIS AM Hlcsaat Amnitpiupnf In Ills description of sporth In I hg Jaiid Thomas Strtttt who diedlitlO tbIQwIlnmViit at fairs iflie cock was fixed haIti Ings to nj peg and would be thrdwers paid s6 much a sbjJnst as thcy do Pow at a eocoanut only Ihe cqckl was1 more diUictilt to hit hccauso he dodged the mlHslle The wprd cockshy is a survival of this elegant amusement Another version of it was to put the cork into an earthen vessel made forthe purpose aiid to place him in such n position that his head and tall might be exposed to view The vessel with the bird In it was then slspeudiHl across the street about twelve or foUrteen feetfromn the ground to bo thrown ut by puclf as thbscto make It trial of tlcir skill Tvopcncc was paid for fbiu throws ifiiVd who broke the pot and delivered the cock from his confinement had him for a reward Disease tikes no summer vacation tIfstrength use A Scotts Erjiulssons- umrr r asnwinJereD Send for free simple IscOvr COWNE3 Chemists 40945 Pearl Street New York t soc Jioo alidrugguts c4i J t = J i tI f ifQuantityI a o t r I I I him sy enou forInd1resjIon5Otab1etsPI l ill by he ana PT G MATTHEWS t Travel ILOVhSVILL ie Passenger Agent Mrj rII l = I FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will cure any case of Kidnqy- or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO B Spiegel N lad writes For over with a kidney and bAaddor DIEIInna was unabte tov rk to holpmo and I was glyon IsoI BEES I Laxative HONEY ANp tAR rV 1An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cturi Coughs Strengthens the Lungs aftf J- Gent1y Moves the Bowels tPleasant to the tate aM fgoodalike for Young andO t PREPARED Vt fineule Medicine Co CWcigo U SA If D J BRTO RESIDENT DENTIST ii iiTEETH EXTRACTED rtY1THOUT P JNI 1tJii Ornc4Iaga Block upstairs I l SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly I fl TFirstclass j H LAMPTON i I9R I OFFICE i InOperaiouse i DR1SS JJ1 SMOCK SPUJNGFIELD KY OFICDr Rineharts for1 t ineFoffiees over Peoples Deposit n1rOftice hours 12 to 2 pm WFGRIGSBY ATTORNEYATLAW Office overfeoples Sank SPRINGFIELD KY Di1Si M Green DENTIST r JUl kinds oi dental work T et1iI extracted without pftin Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord 0 PhpneBG SPRINGFIELD KY s 1M we HYATT MriJ ltJ SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Peoples Bank Building ffTelephones 931Office JAMES GRAVES- t PPACDICAI latcliuialfir mi Jeweler Carries line of Watches Clocks and Jew lry Repairing a Specialty tocated at T W Simms Jrn ola law office opposite PUt Hoase Springfield Ky t 9i Ri1roiaSchedUIe Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springderd branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 41pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 045 pm 5rNo 42 Leaves Springfield at 580 am Oardstown 017 am 13ardjo7n Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 amj Baril town Janction 930 am Bardstown iL15 am arrives at Springfield j 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstpwn 230 pm Bardstown Junotibn 435 pm tarrhez at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundaysonly Leaves Sprinstield at 715 amBards town S am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am S wNo 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown hr1 73q pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm uJOHNY1 MAYES AUNERALS AND EMBALMER TELEPHONES i AY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY TT Hve iou Hauling TjCp Ppf- sqtall u J U ALLEN at the Depot t rtBiHtr jio0 TBMIBU H Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything in the hauling irie done carefully and at easonable rate- P ONE 22- Bees tAMATIVE Honey and Tart s differentj trbm all other cough J perlbesJtec xLaxatlro Honey and Tar iisa pleasant pgrmaneat cure for al- I cOt iiI colds lung and bronchial trouble Sold bv Haydons Pharmacy Ve are fents for ttejamous little Jtivfr piiis recently discovered by the venerable Dr Dade of Chicago Per- JMiawhohafe d Dead sP ills wilt IkaTehdf other JThey cure constipa n Soil by Hadons Pharmacy fltfarfflSWWWIr ffrtftKTSrtS wSrtfttWtt iai t jiSTHoiS Happenings of Interest i I 1NLocal Freshest and Latest I I T TOPICSII tM MMC M 555 MM ICakes and hut wafers for sale byJ Shader Cut prices in ruit jars and sugars at O W Ha1ans Get our prices on furniture Fair week at Cam bells r Fort SALSOE e good stock ewes JV C CLEMENTS WANTED To buy a good milch cow H 11 STILES Dont fail to atte id the auction at Pottsville again Saturday j August 20 Tin cans this week at cost Now is your time to buy- CJWHaganj A full line of vin jgars cheaper than ever knownb fore al CtW Hagans Bring in your produce to usjas you go to the fair Campbells Grocery A full line of groceries and prices right Gail and convince yourself C W Hag n SM Campbell isin Louis villethis week bung goods for Campbells Grocery Store WAND Country bacon Will pay highest mi trket price in cash or trade J A Shader Well if you want a treat call C W Hagaii anl get one of those melons ITI the cold storage Why not take jour produce where you can get the best mar ket price cash if p eferred 0 W Hagan CdalSis selling lhver than ever before fee Allen Jones and be convirced Tb y handlethe best You do not to house low grade Allenones have lowered the price oJ the best No trash only clean b ock Dont forget we will Jutveltn auction every nigi t during the fair 1000 wort of goods consigned for this sale at Camp bells and more to ollow Tickets for the fair good for the second day Thursday wUl be issued to pupils of the Graded School district by Prof GeOrge Colvin on next Tuesday at SupL Bushs officerr LI If anYOne doubqUiat the coal Allen Jores sell soclieapis not the best consult various par ties using it nowle JWe guarantee satisf action No trash R G Fox cLwill be in Springfield Morilay August 22dy court day to buy 100 mule colts and 50 ydarlings Will also buy horse cohs r FARM FOR SAriL1tacres good improveifients on pike good grain and stock liarm best orchard in county plenty water in one h lf mile 6f Botland will sell at bargainSOTJ PORTER 5S i Botland Ky S AI Campbel reports Dan yule Court day is follows A good crowd jand comparatively no business in stpsk pens or on the street About 100 head plain cattle on tF4market 8 to 3Jc being pffered for GOO to 800 Ib steers and plug horses rling ing in price fromSla up SAVEOUt etc VER IVe ard agents for one of the most use ful appliances evie invented for tie farmer T Ic Amerioan Clover Buncher for handling clover is made to fit any make or size of mower It lleaves the material fh neat bunches hnd does not twist at d tangle iit in adIdltionalon a few acres of Clover Seed Hay etA to pay for a Buncher Gall and see it atic ur store 4CCLUREj jtr WELLS Springfieldl Ky 1T CDunt1T Bush is chairma dod C W Stallings is secret riot the in stitute Thennstrtictor is Prof ckportIinstructive and entertaining Und the teachers ente jnto the dis cussion of the ttarious topics with intest Tie daily talks byiii i t rtfct r ore of especial r teachjs Death oiMrs1Walf Ii Mrs Catherine Wall died at her home in Springfield last- 5 Saturday morning after a long illness of Stomach trouble The 4tIFrankwealthiestWashington countys citizens arnd who was accident ally killed in 1897 by a railroad train while in Pittsburg on a business trip Mrs Wall was a woman possessed of great strength of character and bright mind Being possessed of quit- eii comfortable fortune she attended to her business affairs personally and with ability Mrs Wall enjoyed the admira tion and respect of many friends in Springfield and there iis a general expression of regret at her death MjPs Walls maiden name was Catherine A Kelly and her home was at Americus Ga where in 1847 she Was married to Mr Frank Wall who f was then an engineer on a steamboat running between Pittsburg and New Orleans She t went with her lhusband to Pitts burg where they lived until 1866 when they moved to Washington county where Mr Wall was for years a successful farmer and stock raiser The deceased was a devoted member oft1 eII Catholic church and the funeral took place with High Requiem Mass at St Dominics here Tuesday morning Two sons and four daughters survive as i follows Mr Frank Wall of Louisville arid John K Wall of this place Mrs Ben F Sjmms and Miss Dannie Wall of Spring field Mrs Kate Kuhn of Nash ville and Miss Bell VaIlI Good Man Gone t f Mr John W Kelly one of Washington countys oldest und most valued citfzens lied at hist home about four miles from Springfield on last Tuesday af teriloon after a long illness of Bright disease Mr Kelly had been iin failing t health for about two years putJ Ihad not been confined to his bed but3 t few days He was in Springfield on Aug Cth and voted in the Democratic primary election He took to his bedj three or four days before his deathand sank rapidly until the j end In the death of Mr Kelly the community los a sterling good citizen who spent his life in the county of his birth A man of the highest sense ofr J honor and integrity he coin manded the respect of all with whom lie cthnehi contact The deceased was born J in this county in 1833 being the son of Daniel Rebecca Rliiney Jelly He land educated iini the public schools of the county and at gt Josephs college Ob oIe was a great lover Of fine stock and was the owner and breeder of some fine horses and cattle ofi his TOO acre farm hear town He was the owner of the celebrated saddle stiijlion Blood Chief which was sold in Boston by Houchins of Nelson county for 3500 He wasji director and Vicepresident of the Washington County Fair AssOcijjtioni t for years and always took a lively interest in the fairs He was a director in the First National Bank of Springfield In 1884 Mr Kelly was married to Miss Lou Kelly ofBardstown who with their ffive sons sur vive him The funerall will take place morning at 0 oclock at St Rose of which church hew s a moJnI belv ForSale IA nice new 6 room lJi story cottage with laige lhall varanda back porch and all necessar outhouses contaming nearly two acres splendid garden grass lot well water well fenced lo cated on Perrrville pike near High School I also ocr a small farm of hearly 15 acres good land with nice new 4 room cottage aud necessary out louses located on fromIW P LAJVRENCB Springfield Ky jl find nothing better for liver de r ngemeut and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Lier- TabletsL F Andrews Des Moines for sale by Haydons drugstore FoLE13UONEYTARr 1 Advice I J Optical Advice 3 We are prepared to give you advice in this matter correct r advice time saving sight say- ing3 nerve saving advice Wer are properly equipped for making borough and intelli jltj figure as correct GlassesIl g od Frames perfect Fit and a guarantee can be had any where If you dont need Glasses we advise you of the factt and thank you for the in jjquirj t TJS ADVISE YOU IfLVIF RUSSELL Maini St SpringfieldI Ky f mDR ff TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice Dental work treasonable prices All wcrrk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY FERSiONI- I M G Leachman was in Louisi ville the first of the week Lum Hamilton of Meade coun v iis visiting relatives in the county Miss Allie Rives of Lebanon who has been visiting Miss Florence Hamilton has returned home Miss Josie Lee has gone to Bowling Green to accept a posi don with a dry goods firm MrsW K Robertson and Mrs P GMcElroy are in COY ingtoi where they were called by the serious illness of their mother Miss Julia Rowan of Bards town is at the Hotel Wai on Mr and Mrs J G Mansfield aid son Joe returned Saturday from a yisU to Dr Dtnn and family al Asiieville N CMr and Mrs Mansfield are both I greatly benefited 1in health by heii trip Mr James Stoner of Bards town visited frifends here Sunday Mr and Mrs C W Noe is- ied1rsXrvine Vhayn lal Utica lad last week MrOH C Nelson Misses Lizzie Bosley and Mary and Lucy Browne left last Saturday for a trip to Old Point Comfort and other Eastern resor sThy joined a party from Lebanon Mrs Jennie Talbott and brother T IL Carrico Denton Texas Itfi Tuesday to visit friends in Lincoln county Mr Carrico has many friends in thjs community and has been spend f ing tlelasL two with his sister and old acquaintances MISS Bettie Cummins of Louis yule is visiting her aunt Mrs Susan Colvin this week Mrs J W Lewis is visiting friends and relatives in Lebanon thjs week Miss Nell McCoy of Lexington who has been I the guest ot Mrs returnedihomeJ Mrs Piety Barber of Bards town wh has been visiting roa tives hOre has returned home Miss Nellie Wilcox of Louis ville is the guest of Misses Edith and MyrtlePrico this week Miss Sarah Sirams has relurn ed home from a visit to friends and relatives at St Marys MrJ F SimiDs ani family are spending the week at Ta tham Springs Misses Lithe and Cecelia Simms are thej guest uf Miss Aline week Smith of Bardstown this Miss Alma Spldingof Leba non hasreturned home a pleas ant yisit to Miss Mary McCabe L Mr and Mrs John Green and son Lite ward are visftrng friends and ieltiini Lduisville this week MargaretJBeShelby county and Mr Waller Wigginton of Spencer were visi ting at the homes of their aunt Mrs Mary Waters and cousin Mr P J Thomas last week Miss Mary Lewis left yester day with a party of friends from Lebanon for an extended wes tern trip She will visit the St Louis exposition Yellow Stone park and other points Dr J B RoBards has rcturnel from Ne v York City where he has been taking ap6t graduate course in medoiii Mrs Ro i r Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done at Reasonable Prices Bards Who visited relatives in Mercer county during the doctors absence has also returned Miss Annie McChord in enter tertainlng a party of friends at Tatham this week The party is composed of Mr and Mrs H R Thompson Miss Arnold Dr Shaunty and Joe S tJlaybrpoke Mr T Scott MayeR is still confined to his home pn account of legJwhich he sustained about three weeks ago by being thrown from his buggy The injury was at first thought to be slight but complications set in and Mr Mayes has had a serious time of tOIbeMrs Hattie Jones and little daughter of Mason county ac companied by Oliver Smith of- Shelbyville is visiting her sister Mrs M H Jones The Worlds fair party as re ported from here last week haye returned after a delightful week spent at the big show John C Shader who is travel homeIThe many friends of Mr G D Duncan who has typhoid fever will beglad to learn that he is rapidly improving frat1d Mrs Arthur Vance wh 3 have been visitftg Mrs I L Janes have gone to Jackson Tenn to resideSt Dr Veavei Treatment Syrup purifies ihc blood Cerate skin erndtlooi Commissipners Sate rtrtccan1Jr Adminiritratorl of Jack Spalding Plff EqltyFIizaSpahVng I By yirtuciof a Jtdgincnt and order of sale of rthe Washington Circuit Court renqered at the JTay term thereof 1904 ip the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale SpringkidMONDk Y AUG UT 22 1904 At 2oclocl pnn or thereabout be hIhestbiddercredit of 6 and 12 months the following described property towit A tract of1 land situated in Washington county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone and elm on the bank of Pleasant Run about one poll above the mouth on a bfanqti thence up toe creek S55E22 ptles S 4P E 28 poles S 19t E 18 poles S lw 10 poles S 61 w34 9felm corner to W Hardin thence S 21 wj29 to the mouth cf Joseph Hardins spring branch thence upithe branch 803 15 28 poles to a double elm thence S 16 E 26 poles S 3U E 15 poles to fi stone corner to Joseph Hardin thence N 40 E SJpoies tq a stoue thoncd S32 E 23i poles to a stone thence 8 24 E 145J poles to a beech tree on the branch cn A Canarys line thence N 44i w 87 poljes to a stone on the branch thence N 87 w 29 poles to a stone on the bank of Pleas ant Run thence down the same polesN25t 4 poles to the beginning contain ing 60 acres more or less For the purchase price thepurchas bondsbearingsale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders promptlywithAI G LEACUMAN M c w c c HO APP MILLER Manufacturers of Harness and Strap Work Springfield kjj Commissioners Sale = J G Royalty PuT vs Equity W HListdnc Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the MJIY term thereof 1904 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Hpuse door SprTngiield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 22 1904- at4 oclock pm or thereabout be lag com ty court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property tawit A tract of land in Washington county Ky on the waters pf FernCreek and bounded on the north by the lands ot J H Lis ton on the west by the lands of W B Long on the south by the lands of said Long and on the Eastbv the county dirt road containing 12 acres more or less Tract No 2 A tract of land situated in Washington county Ky and thus oounded Begin fling at a stone on a ridgecorner to W B RoyaltyI in Howard Masters line thence to a stone in Anderson Longs Jine on west- side of county road and corner to said Masters thence to a stone corner kfaforesaid Long thence to aston and walnut stump cor to same thence to a stone ona branch cor with Liston thence thence to a stone on same branch and corner lb said Lis on thence to a stpne and cor to same thence toa stone and beech stump and corner to same thence to a stone in Elk Run near a stone fence corner tVsaid Liston and John W Ohristasons line thence to a stone in branch cor to Pink stans line thence to a stone cor to same thence ccr to same thence to a gate post or stone in Elk Run and corner to same thence to stone in said Pink stons line corner to Royalty thence in said Royaltys line to the beginning containing 49 acres For the purchase pr pe the pur chaser br purchasers with approved security or sureties muse execute bond hearing legal interest from uate ot sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bidder will be required to comply with these terms MG LEACHMAN M Ctf c for Sale My farm of 214 acres 1t miles north Springfield on the Wil lisburg pike and is one amQng the best farms in the county well watered a 7rogm dwelling house a tobacco barn stpck barn and buggy house and all necessary outhouses The price is right term liberal If not sold privately before court day in September will offer it pub licly at the Court House door in Springfield For further infor mation call or write to WM H YANGEY 4t Springfield Ky J Sheep for Safe On Monday county court day I will have in Springfield a lot of western and nativa stock ewes Prices rightt ROBT M THOMPSON U1t The Name I When cu to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWitt on every box Thepure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De WittV Witch Hazf Sslve which is the liest salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boltS eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salver due to its man cures Has caused numerous worthless counterfeits to be placed on the mar ketoThe genuine bears the name E O DeWitt Co ChhF tOe h alldruggiats m WE HAVE Tools Tools Tools I and above all the best of Tools mmjj Diamond Edge Tool They are made of the very best material and by experienced vor man and every DiamondEdge2 sold is warranted If ItIS not kIiIi represented return It to us and I your money back WE HAVE I qlSaql l lIKnives Braces Bits 1leSI Adzes fp and in itersTodls t a full line r Carpen Ic etc f1 11 REMEMBER we warrant Everythinl in piamond I t Edge line Call and see what we have l J II I t I 75S i VIWiil iitiiiitiWtitii itii6 ll iwWlJiwE i II School Daysi r I Have cpnie jandj you 5 should see that jtotf boy or girl Is prpperly shod II We 1iavethebesttIung lorithe market the lineojt 55 r 1 SCHOOL stiois f11LiJLiJ 4 We are getting in a new line pf 5 Shoes for general ware Early Fall i fgoodsS r I Robertson fiiif 2 t 1 LS rttr t If tt mm t f E r h JOHN SHUCK MCELROY I G 0 WHARTOH MeEIroy fr WhartonS k Instance Real Estate Agents Hi t Fire Life and Tornado Inprdce v Ir Land Sold onKpniinissicii SSOffice over Peopfes Bank fiAPhone 42 a e aga EC aaThe Big Money Maker for Hog RaIsersrm I Is Dr los Haas Hog Remedy wWch for more than 27 ai4 years has stood the severest ttestsand in all cases can depended upon bemm j DR HAAS PAYS FDR ALL HOGS THAT DIE hi If Ilfij Wl this Remedy i fed pre ventlyc particulars regardm injf this Proposition pandahad at 11S ii tt- fI1 l 25 lb can 1250 half cans S650 2SOL25 rind 50c per pacTcagej 20th Century Poultry Food rsf Tjie greatest egg producer oft the market Keeps fowls m prevents choleraf rbnp and alll other mihia1thY poultryI I25 lb baA 350 25cpcp package jj Dr Jos MForHaas Live Stock Remedy I j As its name implies this aHEM DY hot a food and jt mjequalled for correcting common disorders in horses ttJeancllYt ff sheepaj well many of the more complaints AsplendidS111 conditiOner and grpwth promoter and a sure preventive It r disease 0100 50 AND 25cPER PACKAGED r t j Q a 111jt jj4w Lijj i Ijti iiUiw itiwW t l1IThcBestisthcClicopest 1 And There is None better Than iTHE PAGE WOVEN WIRE MCEf L 3 M A Fence for every Purpose will turn anything nclcan bcrun over any kind of ground All Sizes and Assortments E S1 iii j Burns J Wells e 3 AGENTS p iPeld Ky I tt t ifm mm IfE i1 k Fbjii SATEI desire ip sell my pjlace privately Said plac contains 117 oland the most of it well set iin grass There is about 40 acres of new gbqd tobacco land which is close to bhrn and easy to house Said place ihas on it ayood tobacco barn andXood stock barn also a small house with 4 rooms and all necessary outbuildings Jt is situated on thex3eecWarid and Lincoi ri fun pikea x mlles from Springfield and 2iii1es from VallqfH l Station j A B WALKER 11Cboiffi1l iiiianffli This disease has lost itsjteirors since Chamberlains Colic ffiholerai and rrhoeaRemedY came iinto use The nbiform success which kttards the use of this remedy in all caSes of kowel complaints in children har jnade it a favorite whcrevejClt8 value haa become known For sale bylfay dons drugstore t d O ri4UeRIthelMKYlw313 Slgnatur if t mten is as a Full Insurance Dr Haas book HogolOgy1 a most 1I t our store for the asking m 12t isun the ca as serious from W tl It McClure SOLE acres t Commissioners Sae J t tj t t iIWiJ CJDCtt j toft thereof 1904 In the above canpe 1 snailr J proceed to offer for sale at the Court t House door in Sprinfield1Kyon v r i Itatj tbidderti j itofs scribed property toWIt Sr Jscounty Ky and is bounded on the nort4 by the lands of Thos N JaneiJ on thesouth bY the lands tJ COb Brengle on the east by Thps 4NJohnson and James Spalding andes thVwestby the lands of Henry Jlmsateand one piece of land is disnititeft rom above and lies betweeA ancs1 land ahdHv Wlmsatt coBtaimlnf in r fatl esltaboufQaci Ih For tMJNrc il pdc Uts r Ltchalor dr purchaeefs with apprsvde- ecurlty i or iur4Ie Ntebond1eariEk4attIre dM of sale ntIlSjaitd effect ot a Jaiunt 8MWe will be requIreI to eply piilywitkthe ferne MG LEACIlMANMtw tl1 FOLEtfiONETmDTARjjjjj Ui 4 SENT BACK FOR THE PURSE WMNm Vtd R EiHj ty Wallet te 1ItyxU7Pklilntfup a wornput empty pocket v book a salesman In one of the large dry goods Stores the other day thought ke would have a little fun with it He therefore placed It on the counter half celcd by the goods lying on it l Presently shopper entered TIer eyes Hcht Jon the wallet as by Instinct and while pricing half a score of arti cles she endeavored to cover Itquite artlessly of course now with her l111dkerc etthcnwith her satchel Mild again with her umbrella The salesman without appearing to notice her Actions each time removed the pocketbook out of danger and into light Finally she adopted new tactics tad picked It up with the remark Somebodys left a pocketbook YeS replied the clerk interroga And he took thetively Thank you leather and disappeared with it for a iepment Upon his return the wouiau aiiked with a slight show of Interest 4 Was there much In it2 0nly 3ft replied the salesman care tegsly with the ease of one wlio has been used to lying all his lifeIADd who wjll get It Jf lIt Isnt called for2l asTced tile shopper t The firm Is the eplgrammatlealie etfbnse TJur woman went out In ten or fit tccn minutes a boy came in andasked Was a pocketbook with1 3ffound here this morning IiYtS replied the salesman but it lias been called for J JDh salT the boy and retired Anil the salesman smiled audibly vGIcago Tribune STHE SUGARCANE We Wave Borrowed It From India Its Native Home Mhe sugar cane And Its uses have fi been known In India its native borne from time Immemoriall It Is perhaps the earliest source from which sugar was produced andall othcrjuodes of manufacture have been borrowed from or based on It The early classical writers knew sugar vaguely as honey of canes To tho GrecoRomdn world the sugar cane was the reed which the swarthy Indians delighted to chew and from tvhlch they extracted a mysteri suIt sweetmeat It was the Arabs those great car riots between the east and west who iutroducotj the cane in the middle ages lInto Egypt Hrally and the south of Spain where It nourished abundantly untllWest Indian slavery drove it out of the field for a time and sent the trade in sugar to Jamaica and Cuba Early In the sixteenth century the cine was taken from Sicily to Madeira Jind the Canaries Thence It found its way to Brazil and Mexico to Jamaica and Haiti Cane sugar wn1 well known in Italy about the second cell I r tury nnd hiis been common in England since the Tudor period The strenuous Jays of great Elizabeth had sugar for their sack and ginger was hot i the mouth too rts we all well remember 1 CornhlH Magazine Sect Cklaeuc IJatlia v A traveler 4n Mongolia writes f There are some hot springs by the road nbout twenty miles north of Chlngpeng Tile place is named Tang than The arrangements for those anxious to benefit by their healing properties are very primitive A roW of twcnty or thirty wooden boxes the siz9 of an ordinary packing case are ranged beside the rondoII these sit bathers of every age and both scx s with their heads protruding Atten dents with buckets continuously rcfillI the boxes from the springs For less luxurious bathers there is accoinuiodu tion In a pool which has been dug out cJose by In this they squat scooping up the water andTJOurlng it over their hands with brass basins It is curious fto reflect that establishments like liomburg nnd AixlesBalns have had their origin In such beginnings Beetle Soldier and Sailor There are beetles itt England of the Inmlly known to scientists as telephor idap that are popularly called soldiers and sailors the red species being called J the former name and the blue spe des by the latter These beetles are nmongthe most quarrelsome of insects and light to the death on the leasta xirovpcatlon It has long been the cljs ton among Engllslr boysto catch and set them fighting with each other riynre as ready for battle as game cocks and the victor will both kill and oat his nntiiganistSt Nicholas jLo6Jdna on the llrlclit Side i The lesson which I have learned in lire whlcli Is Impressed on me daily nnd more deeply as 1 grow old Is tho eKson of good will and good hope I r believe uat tddt y Is better than yes t lterday gnd lhat tcmorrow will lie bet for thnii toJuyI boHeve that in spite of soiimriy errors and wrongs and even crimes my countrymen of all classes deslce what Is good and not wluit is t evil Senator Ilonrs utblosraphy We Risk Itre Druggists Who Sell- Dr Miles Nerviner Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Ot course we reimburse tho druggist You know him and trust him Dr Miles Kervlne lamedlclno for your iients ft curea diseases of the Internal or can3 by giving tone to tho nerves which J make these organs work It Is a novel theory hot of anatomy tLlUt of treatment first discovered by Miles and since mada uso of byImany wldeawakp physicians who ap predate Its value In treaUng the sIck j Jou are sk we offer you n way to be made wclFDr HUea UcnJne f ThIa medlclnJs a scientific cure for ncne disorders sudi as feuralsla Headache Loss of Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Backache BL YUus Dance Epilepsy or FIts Nervous Froq traUpn etc j iiflestorativeJ diseases of the Internal organs due to disordered nervous systemJSome of these are Indlgcstlo fons Headache Kidney Trouble CiirnI ConsUpaUon Dropsy Catarrh Itheititlsm etc- My brother had nervous prostration and waa not expected to live J pre MilesRestorative linefullyyou how It saved my lifo a few years age Whei I had nervouS trouble I everYQneREVX d IMfcBR Write us and 011 mail 1e1 otDrSymptamyour case anti tell you what Is wrong aied how to rljrtit ft Absolutely Free wre DR MILES MEDIGM COjjAQATQiU5 LXIIART t I 0 jtiOOOO CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of XVPCPPB1LIONIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums Iow WouI4 Y IllikeiaCneCK likeThisl11 Wt Urn Awarded 2000000 II 1L Presidential Contest 1 Five Lion fields cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 = cent 4 stamp entitle you in addition to M the regular free premiums to fjl one vote The 2cent stamp coy ilers our acknowledgment to you 1 that your estimate is recorded Y l1can send as many esti mates as desired 8rani First Prizi of 500000 will be awarded to the one who la nearest correct oi both our Worlds Fair and Preal 11deftttal Vqte Contests- We also offer S500000 Sp claTcash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars in each case ot Lion Coffee ContestI Vote IIHowwoufdYourName Look PREMIUMS as Then well on aswewiUget will to One take getacqu AND no a fTheseChecksII v Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package o- fLION COFFEEI WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST TOLEDO OHIO Jinterlnl Cncd In lalfine Abie inpcr- Jt Is not a pleasant thought that brilliant white note papcr which your hand rests upon duoy hare In it tIme fibers from time filthy garment of sonic Egyptian fellah after it has passed through all the stages of decay until it is saved bya nijnjlckcr from the guttI ter of an Egypthmi town and yet It Is a fact that hundreds of tons of Egjp taut rags sue ejp itcd every year lntQ Auicrlcii to suppljii paper llls At Mannheim on ihej Ilhlue the American Importers have thpij rugpioklug houses where rags ore collected from all over Europe the disease infected Levant not excepted and where women and cliiK dren too poorto10aru a better living work day after ditfw4tli wet sponges lied over their iriputUs sorting these filthy scraps for sliipnuiit to Ncw York Out best papers aV mud of these rags and our common ones of wood pulp which Is obtained by grinding mid macerating hinge bioek from some of our sott wooded forest trecsrXatIouaJ Geographic Magazine The Singe Mirror Whenever a looking glass nppoars lu a scene 1u1 IltY bOy u Urcplaeev in sideboard or a ci binef one Is ulnicrst to hear somebody askbis or her neighbor why jdlass been smcar pd with whiting or soap or something tbtjt dulls Its surface completely All sorts of reasons ftfe haurdetl or suggested Sometli ej it Is stated that s done for Juckj it others that they not intend toj cave Jt dirty Thp real explanation JBi however a simple one The glass fS dirtied toprcvunti the illuSiosi of ijlio fctne being de stroyed as tit ccrtfi nly would be if time audience saw inj It the reJlcction ot themselves or wose still time reflet tion of the people In theT lugs catry ing on the busiuoisf of time stage cago Tribune Oniony Fdr Diphtheria In cases of diphhcrii onions In the forum of a ponltlco andaf Irup tire said to have an almost magical effect Time poultice in this csis is made of the raw onion pounded to i pulp anil bardaged around the throat well up to theirschanging as often as mimes bclom l- dlyA poultice of the same on tin sole of cnch toot to lucbsthe fever The mucilaginous pror rjlies of onion Julci make it specially soothing to in flamed mucous nijmbrane and there fore acceptable hi case of whooping cough croup orf diphtheria lit excel Icjit way ta mal the sirup Is to cut the onloirlnW sliyclj sprinkle plcntjful iy with sugar iiuit press between hot plates and heavy weight uimtllztll Juice Is extracted ioMirror Crjjilal suit Srvorii The three symbols of the iinpcrlttl house of japm are time uiirror time crystal and the sord uid liiey mire carried in front of time cmj cror on state oc casions llehJ its significance Look at the mlr or and reflect thy self or in other words Know thy self is time incsuife the mirror IJe pure and shim Is time crystals in junction while thclsword is n reminder to Bc sharp The Search For Sueccnn liIsilBlnii advice to vountr nion seek g aivcss mxiur on Bn- gtn fixIt on olns1n tlclt all time mo6n collect beetles desire tram tick Jiicmand lost boot laces die for dead rriLS4lo nnv of these timings and you fixyourbones of those dreamers are wrecks along time shoreG K Chesterton In London News J VtsHaIi It JS usually ctl OWJg lh who wou1dnthmmty c Ii iii n ftJe 1themlln1 ttmatrhnanythe first woman wi 0 glxes him nn op portunity Boston Txnnscript Cash to Zfon Coffee users in our Great WOrldsFalr I2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in What will be tile total papular vote salt for Prcsideat voteS for all caa k dldates combined at the electles- k November 8 1904 tkkIn 1900 election 13959653 people voted A for President For nearest correct esti 9 mates received in Wbolson Spice Com I panys office Toledo 0 on or before November S 1904 we will give first prize fpr the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows i 1 First Prize r 2BOOOO 1 Second Prize 100000 2 Prizes J6OOOO each 100000 6 Prizes 20000 100000 10 PrIzes 10000II 100000 20 PrIzes 5000 100000 50 Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1000 250000 1800 PrIzes 500 9OOOOO 2139 PRIZES TOTA1 J2OOOOOO long enough you other you DEPT tho our sure the has Chi the the time his Qo Slatlc Him Low Spirited Near to where live in Scotland there is a farmer yho has hud consid erable cxperieijcc In wives lie has married uihd buried Jour After the death of the last wife a frfend of Ours walked over one Sunday afternoon to mnnIwalking listlessly about his deserted garden and sympathy haviiig nn chalned his tongue be oxcralmctl Aye aye AVhat with bringing the wives haine and 1I tem them awa am pair lijninen doon Iov spirited London Gentlewoman A VronRT Iel4nr A ccrtabj olliclous lperson once bins tered into the oflicc of W 7L Hdnder son the music crltlc and lagan to tell film what was the matter with Jean do IlcszUl s interpretation of Wag ners Trfslan In the first place said the caller llnllcnt tones lies got the wrong Idea Mr liqihlerson looked at him a 1110 nicnf vVeIl he remarted he got his Idea frqjn Wngncr A11iere mIld you get yours VhIntlliie Vomrn- Jtg a peculiar fact remarked tho obsen ng youth fthat only one woman in a thousand can whistle Xothing pecolJar about that ro joined the nmn with the absent hair As long isn wmu 1icnn talk she doesnt care to whistle Illustrated nits Plnanclnl Ability oSO young SmIth has come Into a for tuiiQ Do you think he has the making of a financier Uindqubtedly Several of them And Id like to lie one of time bumichNew York World Ileuerve Fore JUIlynns Young man you seem to hickl energy Mopeljr You are mlntaU cnsir f aru a vurl table reservoir if energy awaiting a crisis New Koilk flames Prosperity Isrt groat teacher cdvcf sltlsn greater Possession pampers the mjnd privalion trains auft tr uiigth enslf tn rnaAhas any sense at allin hli lo eafTairs helosps It when he ceut arlvjiK AtchlsonClobe I1ilniiidIPiker Why did thCJCnll tbd me fllacval period the dark ipse Iro- f5sorBtetitmse it was knight time Cornell Widow Viicn a tea meek man S ooc1 and mad he mighty ntytir lurMni Ols Atchison Globe The rinccroe n IwpII f And there is oiro thing about the UUpll of the eye that i csinn say abrxit lots of other pupils rcruarked the touchier What is that asked tlie schol are In chorus It is nhI1 stound tip nrourAl the head YonkersKtatosmiln Making Sure Mr Toltcrly Could you ninrrvTi very old iiinn with a good deal of mo If lIe told you rnnllJ how old ho was pud hoW much he was worth hiss Timely now lU Illshe vorth JI lIe Vent Unwelcome Suitor Thats v lovely song It always carries me ftw ay She It I had known how much pljpnsurelt could sungitMP The Uinal Fatmain It makes no difference lmowsmaii a boy Is whou hisliiioUjer gcolds3ilm she always sis You ought to aIt usham ed of yourself a br boy lJe 1nL What is Inside of the Worlds fair And How to See If At The Least Expenfe The Henderson Route has got ten upandis now offering for free distribution a very complete and valuable booklet descrfpjtiv of what is inside and wuttis- outside of the Worlds Fair and liow tosee it at the least expense The booklet contains informa tion of such value that all pros pective visitors to St Laui should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds upon arrval in St Louis bow get around the grounds to the best advantage the most econ mical pla4 for touring the Expo sition things of impprtance to see m St Louis together with many other valuable pointers re garding a trip of this nature are only some of the many poins covered in this complete booklet It is something you should have before planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be ob tained by addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky Suicide Prevented The startling Announcement that a i preventative of suicide had been discoyered will iinterest many A run down system or despondency invariably precedes icide and something has been found that will prevent tbat con dition which makes suicide like ly At the first thought of self destruction lake Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and ner vine wili strengthen the nerves and buUd up tbe system Itm also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by 0 J Bay don Druggist Pine salveacti likea ponltice There is no Bore boil or abrasion of the skin Pinesalve will not cure Pinesalvc draws tbe fire out of a burn instantly and heats without leaving a scar Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Vas Not Deliberate Johnny said his mother Im afraid you told me a deliberate false hood No I didnt mamma protested Johnny I told tt In an awful hurr St Paul Dispatch Tbe Dlot oh human Nature Time recital of a mans happiness and thee story of his troubles alike bore us but If forced to choose we find more pleasure In hearing the troubles New Orleans TImesDeui6crat Aacletit History Aunt Mary Why thought you two Aad quarreled and rjre never going t1 fcTjoak to each other again Mabel Ob y S but Unit was yesterday I The first steamer on the Thames was tic Slarjory in 1814 The Richmond fa low d It n year later Oddities of La VoatalneILa Fontaine the famous trefocb poet and writer of fables was a nota ble example of the emrntrkity of genius When he lost his entire for tune a lady who was one of his Vjest friends and ap ardent admirer of hU works hastened In alarm and distress to find him She met him hi the street penniless and cheerful i 1You must come to our home sht said was going there herepljed and II began a visit which prolonged It Into years during which La Von taine never seqyied to be troubled by ji thought that he was dependent Nor hId time lady or her family have any other feeling than one of delight and pride that he made his home vlth them Some one adopted one of his sons when the child was n baby Knowing flint the boy wee In good hands he seemed to forget nil abqut him Years afterward at a dinner party he met a young man whose wit and charS of manner pleasedl hlly jrestly L Why that Is your son be was tcidrIndeed I am pleased to hear It was his remarkable reply S TliePrnlrlc flog An old cherished supeistltlon njjbut the prairie dog Is thus ruthlessly brushed aside In the American Natural History by William T Hornaday I tIsi not true that the pnilrle dog lives in peace and harmony In the same burrow with thq rattlesnake and bur rowing owl Tie snakes would mike short work of the young prairie dogs ant he latter would quickly kill the owl It is safe to surmise that when a deadly and qlnirrclsomc rattler in yadcS time home sof u prairie dog tam fly the lattqr speedily seeks a lunn elsewhere The burrowing owl is hv the habit of tithing refuge in abandon ed burrows and nesting in them to save the labor of digging a burrow for it self In the Philadelphia Geological garden Mr A E Brown once tried the experiment of associathlg burrowing owls and prairie dogs The owls WOre immediately killed and tOrn to pieces by the dogs Ferdinand The first half of this worfl Is tcrh youth or life The second half is a little uncertain but may be conjectured to be probably iianth darwgi It wa the Spanish Goths who gave It Its earliest vogue In the penlnsuIa as lernando or Fernan San Fernando Kinx of Castile sent It on to Aragon and thence to Naples where it became Fcrdinando aid figures in Time Tem pest accordingly as Ferdinand With Ferdinand and Isabella its fame grew worldwide Again In Spafh Itself It became Hernando and Hcrnan In which last shape It was immortalized by Cortes Who would have suspected 1the conqueror of Mexico of bearing a name which on analysis turns out toel pure AngloSaxon Longman Magazine ln time stat rtc Time ordinary use rat will not fight If he can find his way into a hce In closed in the pit With no chance of escape time case is different The rat will not only light its enemy but will turn on those of its kind with which it Is bunched The trained rat dog will Jump backward timid forward often times entirely over the rat In avoiding Its bite and watchlngMts opportunity will tch the rot by the back give one crunch and break its spinal column Then it throws the rat dead or dying aside and like a flash leaps into place for se2inand killingtbe mmextrat tuisian Chornl Singing Lowe Olmusle cultivated and en larged by the fine rendering of the an theme oiud chants of the services of- Lte churches Is a trait ot the Husglan peasant The choral singing of jiien and boys in some of time smuOllerhanm lets is indeed so rich and finished In style as to be a constant source of wonder to all travelers Social Serv ice Medical Advice What prompted you to rob this mans till asked the judge of tile prlsonirtMy family physician sir was the reply lie told me It was absolutely necessary tl1utl should have a little change A Suggctlon- MislImnleVimy d out you propose to her by telephonej then MrHonnv ley Tinimld Maylie she wouldnt know hQII wan Miss Snn pt Exactly That might help your chance rhJU delybla Ledger An Odd Globe A great globo ornamented with the map of the earth carved in stone dec orates the estate of an eccentric Engt Hshuian at Swanage It stands oveV looking the sea nntIlis visible for quite a distance One may walk about it nUll 8iudyit In detail The plain surfaces such as the oceans lakosjiind deserts are dtcorated with Scriptural texts which are supposed ttl apply Mpexlally to the locality they oiicupy = 7rT = rrH- nsv Slantr Trarcla People who ttravel a good bltwe snnirlsid If tLeyre obervant at the raplditj with which a new slang phrase will tour time country said n salesman whose district is from the Atlantic to theliulllhIe often own nero with a choice selection lettII brand new eolloc ulallsins stored up Use on my westernl friendsi only toIbave them hurl d at me on the other side Qf the Uockics when I stepped off the train The tclegrap Is what does the trick Tcltgrap operators are the Jjreat roiimimlgmtt rsat slang An vy tmtor In New iTork hears something new and catchy In the line of slang quid he springs Iou an operator io San Francisco Lt a colloquialism Is caSued In Pbiladtipliia In the afternotu San Francisco gets t threQ hojurs earlier the same day Opcnvtors dre al the time Joshing en h otlier over the wire hiiil slang is usl uiet for them jrhats how It attains Instantaneous circulation And thats how the wIse kuy of the metropolis1 gets foled when fie strikes OshLjosli or Oklahoma ex pcjctlng to diz7Ietbe natives wlthseme thing simrewdPiiilu4eZimia Press Jnouow tfee ne carcruny concealed iiiic Self nUll breathlessly awaited the icourse of events In due time time temi gO assembbd and at once began drink ing bake and dancing Thou wood Icutter No2 tt Inking the right time had come dashed from his place of hiding ahd essayed to thug a leg in tune to time music lint alas the ichecrlng which greCtcd his first ap pearance soon he could not dance of the ifrjend whom hdlc1uwnyfor lie ended Ills efforts The chief upto icrestfallen Woodcutter und made a satirical bow Thank you he said anti as you retried to aiuuse Ui we will nay yot with this AntI so speaking lie clapped upon Ihp envious woodcuUcrs right check welt he hind taken from his fellow suf Corer and tie wretched man returned tto his home carrying two gigantic wpns instead of the oueVIth which be had left his hut Case of Necessity My soiisaid the parson to a small boy who was digging dont you know ClPtjinCause thf1jlsI ctse of necessity replied the young phQosopher AlfeJ ler cant fish Without laiLrcarons Weekly As lie Interpreted It How commandments were given to 3ioiiest asked the Sunday school teacher of small lobby lie could not remember so in order to prompt him she held VP her ten fin gers Oh rl know he exclaimed triutu phanyyc Two handsful Cincinnati lEniiuIrer Opportunities For Good Deed Remember that it the opportunity for great deeds never comes time oppor unity for good deeds is renewed for4 you tiny by day The thing for us to long for Is the gobdnfrss not the glory Frederick W Foirrar Wlicre lie Undo Ill Starts ijSfluhcln a certain town lutd jUt 4mdsitcd mrrying ii ypung couple and proceeded in a patenuil way to giye them good solid advice Turning to time bridegioom he said cxjrnagmpossible Time bridegroom iisteimedrespectfuiy- and thou remarkedSXell jiulm wemifht as w ll bdglu on you And he proceeded to givof the Squire cents fqr tying the kubL Philadelphia Ledger StoneTsIlM Comment At a council of generals early in the civil war one of them reojarUeJ that Major was wotui Jed and would be unable to perform a certain duty for which tie had been suggested Wound cdl said old Stonewajl Jackson tLatisreaily so I thlk It must have been by an accidental discharge pf Ms duty A Doubtful Conipromlce Ive woraout six pairs ofsfioes salt the collector coming after you with this bill Dont let that bother you replied the editor Ive got an old pair thatll JustCtyou The1 Pace You hear so many people talking of the pace that kills I wonder what they mean exactly l Well it tlcpcnds Theres tire mes sViiger boys pace for instance That merely Lllla time Philadelphia Press We will give 818Y100000 fromConstipation And to prove to them that Constipation Biliousness Indigestion Dyspepsia Malaria Nervous and Sick Headache Diarrhoea and Dysentery arc absolutely cured by DRCARLSTEDTJS German Liver Powder J This is the one specific that reache3 the greater number ci unman iils v For when you have regulated tile Hvcr tjiit timelock put upon whole physical structure speakhhbest Let the bodyget run down and mental machinery Lcc rnes correspondingly inactive A vigorous man or tvoman is mentally strong and reliant So fter we have consulted with minutest care inflexible law Nature has written down for u- sthat is if we do not go beyond this and put into circulation seme drug mixture that affords only a brief and stimulating eftcctHwehavc donp tho world a most beneficent service Thengmt out below ouponat nee and send to us nmlVc willsend back to you by jo turn mail an ordr on tile bcltiw druggist for one full rizcd kettle winch we will pay him for It costs you nothing ttj test our rczncdyvc take all the chances villingly and with every confidence ia its cfiicicncy CUT OUT THIS COUPON For this offer may not appear again Fill out the blinks and mail to The AHWrtow PharmacalCo Cvinsvlllo Ind Mydiseaseisa 1 have never tried Dr carlsttet German Liver rowder but if you will supply me a 25c bottle free I will take it 7 jit 1 ivV v3VciVcwr VdM Writ Vl iiy For further particulars call upon d J HAYJDON riiarinaoist i t r f I J eIS t AsTcim4 Arcgetable PrcparalionrorAs siinilating HieFoodandBeguIa ting ihe Stoiaachs andBowels of I S Hll DKLN Promotes DigestionCheerfuH ness andRcstContains neither OpiumMorphine nor Giiera- lWOT JARC OTIC 1fi2rc4kh7rLrRjoxsse I1tJmnm RorJlIi Sdl- dLmeJAd ItlJd 1 rtlr 11iIJw ConstipaTionWorms ConVulsions feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP ipac Simile Signature of NEW YORK 41 b iTionlhr olcT- J5 Dosis JjCi NIS fcXACT COPY OF WRAPPER fmmvbntSand rScQlj model free1ookgi jL l 1 SttentfficjASHGTONDCI Improved Train Service Offered by the Henderson Route Be tween Louisville ansi St ICouIs Commencing Sunday June 26 ICet4ucIyspopular lite the Henderson Route will inaugu rate i safe and Fmtt Day service between LouisviPo and St Louis in cdch direction arid vLll ira pivete time and equipment generally ofall trans between tfoesje pointer Three daily trains will be op crated in eachfiirccii n on thE follo Ir gsa e schedules between Lou villa andSt Louis- XJBivetLouSville 830 a m 900 pm and iOJam Arrive 5t Louis G1G pm 7SO auii and 016 pm The equipment is brand newt just from the shops of the most modern vestibuJepattern and iis t as fine as on nAY train operating iiii or out of Kentucky Th 830 am train3 through ttjithciiU change of cars will be CQraposedCf Pullman ObserVa- tion Parlor Cars Free Reclining Cbalift Cars pining Cfsand high back seat passenger coftcbes Tile 900 pm train through without change of cats will con sist of Pullman Seeping Cars Fie Reclining Chair Cars and high backseat passengeV coaches The 700 anV train willftave parlor Cars uining Cats and sIITh Dining Jars on day rains wil serve meals a Is carte you1 pay only for what you get r All trains will leave from anti arrive in tha Seventh Street lUniorj Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the mag nificeht new Union Station St LouitSIn purchasing your tickets to St Lbuis or to points west ask time agent for tickets via Louis ville arid the IJendersonI Route He will have them in stock and will be glad to ticket ryou that way You will be satisfied in every respedt with the accommodaticn and safe train service that is offere by this line whichftas been termed the Official Route forK ntuckians DeWittCjeWItt Is the name to loot for when to to buy Witch Haiel Save DeWuts Witch Hazel Salve Is the original and only tenulnc In fact DeWlKsU the onlr Witch Hazel Salve that Is made from tho wathm- lteratedWitchxIiaz1 I All others are cunterfeltsbaaelmi andWOlthlesevenchncerousDeWIUs BleedlnrHehlnrBurns Bruises Sprains Lacerations Contusions Bolls Carbuncles Eczema etterSaI t Rheum and alltother Skin Diseases SALVEratzmnEn lIC DeWitt t CtCWcac lI- h CR CALDWELLdYRUP PEPSII CURES lhDQCTQN 11 r I ii iitTIAijj ij O For Infants and Children C The Kind You Have Always Bought ir Bears the l 1t I t Signature fJ 1 of t tJ 4mIflmf i J Us Q t rMI I F riFri Thirty Years CASTDRIIj THe j + t tt IClubbt j I Magazines a Newspapers published in the cguntry offered a reduced rats to NEWS LEADER subscribers t tTH NEW8LEADI Louisville Post daily 3 50 lourerJournal darly4i G 40 CourioivJoprualweeklr Ji 50 v jLouisvillejt Ii hlY Home and FarmH vi 25 at Farms Home JournaL i 7ti j TimnesdailyG00 TGin Commercial Tribune il 40 Cincinnati EbqiiircrV iliGS Country Gentlemen f 3 Op nterstatePuuitrymanl30Ohio Breeders Gazette ji1 2 00 j iInd pendci v 350 The Commoner H i 50 St i 4iubcDernoerat1 r5 i 1Harpersr Harpers weekly c4 25 Harpers Bazar 4 2fj American gricilturist 1 35 Special rates given tin Hin1 other publications not lllPl1tj tioned above whlchwill be made- knownOnJ application to E L DAYISON- Jr1PllbN vEL ader fti KpriagfieldKy fift Will profit by adding a trip lto Colorado Utah or tlie Pacinc Coast touring the dolightfal Rocky Mountain region viathQ Denvea Rio ande Railrwl 57S which has more scenic at ractiins mountain resorts mineral springs and hunting and fishing grounds than any other line in the worldIThe invigoratirrgchimatoi of Coloradcr makes itieipecia11y iii viting for a summei vacatioi As health resorts Munitot Cob rado Springs Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City are worfd famed Low excursiop rates prevail td Colorado and Utah via all lines ajlovirt liberal ftcppyers at an west of CoIotado4oints- Through rcar service 4pmSt Lou4r and Clic go tb Colorado Utah and California points Superb dining cars service a la carte oa allf through trains BeautifiiJljrNillustratea booklets wiiroefeeiit free on application to v S K HOOPER q P i r A 5C Denver Col Jti F LOlTHEFL I SALIFORHtt NORTHWETS i ANDi t1The Yabask Railroad a and its connections offer yer low rates to Colonist and HompScek d ers front March 1 to April 3Qj Also very low round Irtrat 1e Sin Irr Ifcisqo AND Los Angeles ORACCQCRIf Vc rrCoclcccMc NmdIM pIicoaJ Ckwrc IIJ TicketsousaicApriV22toMa3OFor at 7Wabash