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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = I 17 w wrw p i i 1Itr IfJkI EtDR1I t IF 1r li 1J iINeSerisVo1Ixi No 83 J SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON CO1Th T EEVTrckY AUGUST 25 1904 1oOi YEAR s t F f l j jti I TBOMPSOUf BC Jii- I it MiOB- IOISsBTliomp5on I i Jr6o r UNDERTAKERS I f AND EMBALMERS f l C VL n parry in ttocfc all kinds of Fanera jaEpHes PHONE 53 1 DIRECTORYy SPRINGFIELD county seat of r6 Vyasnington County 52 miles cast1 ot xexinston 59 miles southj GoutsvUte oilS Bardstow J Iouisvilieaud Nashville railroad in 1 farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone i linesi express office flour mills lumber yards Popuation 1100 population of Bounty 13000 Representative in Congress Hon P Hiinith Hodfjenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon f trY L1I1 tcr Lebanon Ky p t County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Cburt begins on the fourth kqnday in February May and Octo b2r J R L Durham CommonVealth At torney ftMV Campbell Clerk fM G Xeachman Master Commiss r o12r b QUARTER1cOURT Quarterly Court is held oil the third lionday in each month r BrlLitseyiud e 7V COUNTY COURT County Cv irt meets on the fourth 3miday in eich mouth D L Litsey Judge WFB60ker County Clerk T S Majres County Attorney George tiatlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Ricliard Ishajn h Sidney OsbOrne R Hr1uUican Deputi 1 fIr Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor T POBryan Deputy Robert NoC Treasurer JJJ Montgomery Coroner JV W Bulb Supf of Common Schools P 0 Springfield f i V CITY COURT I JamesR woe Police Judge JoinGra N Maratal 4 WlF Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jntice Courts are held in January ApritV July and October a- t ttiurch Directory METHODIST CHURCH t Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Sundays In each mouth at itam and 730 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 10 eLm PrayerI eetingrevery Wednesday night CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and10 oclock a m Services at Sh Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday in each moith pRESByTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor PreachiiiB every Sunday at 11 am J vibdat I pm Sunday school every Snndayflt 10 am Prayer meeting exery Thursday evening at 7 oclock f J yv BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor Sunday at 11 amPreaching every and 8 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 910 am Prayer meeting very Wednesday evening at 8 oclock t = Frlaternal Ordeas MASONIC LoDGE Springfleid lodge No SO meets first and third Mouda in each month Wash1t1 ton 5A Chapter Ko 57 meet every second Tuesday Sprng1ield Council Ho S2 meets on every lourthMonday KNIGHTS of THE NA AaERs Meet tMi fut tcrjci incachnron rAMERICANi ssSs I 1 1If SILVER I I I k TRUSS 1 LJLC1IT SCOOLrt Wear 1 Of Back SnercYUiPSI I I i i c sue C flaydon- xJ a ctftai J1 pt cdlc fott fJ fwf JftisIMwdiscovery is put up u pco1Ipi1b1e tithe vitl i me0 afptied wfcere uost ncedci1 Stop Mi In ia xy tia t a i n Sold b Hay Pr4Ira3cT IJ U mnw W WW IiUmn 11 A ROUND OF TALl ie A Refuse fCountr Gentliiircn lOh the citys no place 0 reside noises and smells ere abide In flats you must s welter in jjBad Office melt or in trolleys must ride SoImgoingtcfbuyrne4fafmi Away from thecLtya1arm Forthe mahj who weary Of busy dreary rii The country has yorde ful charm Ill be free f roifl the tur 0 i and strife Of toe tiresDme city canned life My wdrk will bejleaaure Ill find wIthout nieasure New health for mv children and wife Well make friends of t tie horses and dogs t The cows and the pta try and hogs No bothersome house rents Or slavish depend jnce Onstyle or on stiff city toss Broad acres will yieklt our hand Abundance for every de mand Through hours fo rind twenty WelUive onthe fat of the land 1T ORRIED Mr Hubert 5 Vreeland Kentucky Commissioner of JAgficultUre appears to be gredtly worried over the NEWSLE iiERs criti cism of the absurd tobacco tatis icssentut1 his bureau in which Washington comity is credited with producing 129000 pounds of tobaqcoinj 1903 instead of three million pounds irndin which other errors equally ri diculous abound Mr Tree and has taken our criti ism so much to heart that he Ilias had published hi the Lexi gton Farmer and Breeder a colunii article in eluding the letter which we mentioned as havipg been received by us The reason we did not publish Mir Vreelands letter is that we stated in ten lines what it contained and we did not have the sptceto publish it in full For tHe benefit of these who may ntave follotred this incident say that Mr wallill rhisgrounds his that the NEWSLEADE i was unjust in its criticism he fact that we did not notice lis excuse for publishing such rroneous statistics which was in effect that he had taken the figures from the county asses ors reports We like probably nine out of every ten other readers noticed the figures but d fll not notice Mr Vreelands apology How ever we insist tliat Ar Vree lands excuse is is bad as his offense Are the taxpayers of Kentucky to be cilled upon to spend thousands of dollars to support a bureau hat is to furnish Incorrect a nd damaging Statistics upon Ore of the States most important products We would like to know of Mr Vree land if there is any law compelling him to publislf figures which go out to the world as more or less Official when he knows or should know that they are in correct and will do a great in justice to the State No one with any judgem t or informa tion would ever ltl ink of depend ing on county as essofs reports on statistics of this lcindU they get the val atioA of prop erty for taxation purposes coi rect they have d one well and that is all thea verage county assessor tries to d 0 The matter of getting acuratd fi uresQn the tobacco crop oft e various Ken tncky courties vould not be a difficult one byf ny means and it the Kentucky Bureau of Agriculture desired to furnish the public with true figures it could do so Take Wa shington unty f r example the Continentall Tobacco each season Coi1uysher furnish ths figures Wash ngton county tobaccd it luis Bought Thb b lance of theto oacco grown hi the county is sold in the Tjrtiiivill and Cincinnati Breaks These figures can also je had for tlife asking It is the same in every county Would it not be battier for Mr Vree land at the h acl of his bureau to invest a few postage stamps o secure accurate information than to send ou td the wdrkla tot of ridicuiou figures and at lemjt to shift the responsibility f them to some 3ne else It is a natter of prid to every citizen Vasbingtton county lifts kja productive soil and stands amOng the foremost cl MlMoJc as tobacco growmg county and that the people resent the misI representations of Mr4 Vreeland arid his bureau has been made evident from numerous personal expressions from farmery who had noticed the erroneous statis tics which have ill sent out WORD M RErli Mr ONE g1auds card published in the KentickyJIarmer and J3reeaerhesays In view of1iS thelame and somewhat ambig uous excuse offered by the editori of the Springfield l NEWSLEADER for his unjust criticism of this department regarding tobacco statistics sent out by this bureau etc n Mr Vreeland would have it appear that we were hdeavor ing to retract or excuse our un just1 criticism Those of our readers who have read our arti clesl ofl this subject wiIl1not dis deMandharillfu3tlmisleading statistics by the Bu reau of Agriculture and wecan not see that Mr Vreeiands ex planation lias justified matters any x IndiJLAgood1rices for tobacco this spa son and unless all signs fail the tobacco growers will make a good thing of it proviUed he takes advantage of the situation A writer on the outlook says It issaid that the Continental Tobacco Company is making preparations to buy more exteii sively than ever direct from the tobacco raisers this year The promisees also made that bette Jprices will accrue t3thegroers because the will be started at higher figuresl and hpt held down until tile tobacco has gotten inJo the hands of speculators uitd dealers The judo pendent factories are alarmed lit the prospect of the Continent buying up more than its 60 percent share pi the product unil thus cornering the market and forcing them to come to it The Louisville warehousemen too are awake to the situation which promises to keep the tobacco from being shipped to that mar ket This may make some lively inducementsprthe grower the Continental endeavoring to buy of the growers mid the independents and warehousemen trying to get him to ship Ins crops to the brakes Kentucky ir DafesS- heioherdsville Aug 200 days Shelbyvilp Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 34diys Somerset Aug30 =4 days Nicho1asi1e Aug 303 days Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Elizabeth ibwnr Sept 64days Hartford Sept 214 Jays Georgetown Aug 9 4sdiys Wass Wiu2 Away it Iliad been troubled with kidney disease for the last five years writes Robert R Watts of Sainm Mtr I lIo3t 1flesh2nd never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remediea suggeited Without reUef Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cvrc and lless than two bottles com pletely cured me and I am now sound and well n Dudng the summer kid ney irregularities are often caused by excpssiVc drinking or being over heated AUentl t the kidnejs atonce by using Ftley5Kidiicy Cure Sold LilVvdI Camuibelh Tjiere is more catarrh inhis seer tion of thi country than all other dis eases put together and until thelast few years was supposed to be incar abje Kora great many ears doc tors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local rcmc es and by con stantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proyqii catarrh to boa cdnstilntioual disease and thjefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Ctire manufactured by FaT Cheney Co Toledo Qhfo is the only constitutional cure on the market It is ttaken iiiteinallv ii doses vfrom 10 drops to a teaspoonful It cts directly on the blvod and mucous surfaces of tho system They offer ono hundred dollars for any case It EaIlsto cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co ToledoUhlo Soli bj druggists 75c Take Kalla pms for consUp- ationOLffSliOYTAR cir s Colds Prevents PneuniMla Hog Cholera DrJR Paxton a piominent veteHnaryv surgeon of Swain Ark gies the following inter esting facts about the best means to exterminate hog cholera I jwill pdmit that buzzards are apparently harmless but I know ifhatit they do the farm elmore damage than eagles hawks owls Evolves foxes vildcatsf skunUs ana ratlescakesaIlput togeth er and thats no exaggeration either AYnile birds and beast of prey destroy a few pigs and t ilJionslofannualLy I practiced as a vet eiinary for a third of a century ia the State of JoTaj4 which js one of the greatestpork produc ing States of the union and am now engaged in hug raising in the Qzark mountains During all these years I haye been try fng to find out a remedy or prO ventive fur hog cholera but today I knowofoqthjng but to place the hog beyOnd tIle pos sibilily of infection and that can not be done while buzzaids infest the entire country The Mexican boll weOviland iheTe as tick are now receiving attention fromthe best talent our nation 1 affords while the pestilential buzzard is still protected by law Violent AttaCK of Diarrfipea CnreflliY CMm rlains Colic fliolcra and DJarrboeaRemedv andPer tea Life M A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and be lieve L would haye aied if I had not gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamlcrlains Colic holera and Diarrhoea ReniiRdy I bought a twentyfive cent botllt and after taking three doses of itwas entirely dured I consder it the best remedy in the world for bowel com plaint For sale by Uaytons drug store The oxygenized strength of the healing pines combined with ether1 well known kiduey aiiVl bladder reme dies ia dresented in Pincule This new discovery Rives immediate relief and permanently cures all kidney and bla ld T troubles Sod by Ilaydons t Pharmacy IImportant Ruling The pastoffice department has rulgd that no sheriff deputy sheriff police officer or jjailor has any right to open the mail oT priscfiiers oi persons in cus tody accused of a crime The postal laws distinctly forbid an officer from prying l1to the af fairs of a prisoner j The letters and all other mail of prisoners must be directly delivered to the person addressed unopened No law Authorizes an officer to tamper with mail mutter A civil ofiicer has no more right under Federal law than the or dinary citizen The officer or citizen who fails to respect the mifil of another citizen subjects himself to indictmeHb foij an offense p11isi1abIely a fine of 500 iinprisonment hard labor u year or both Slci fedaclie For soyeraf years lily wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of avcry severe charac ter ihe dottorcd with several eminent physicinn and at a great expenso only to grow worse until she was able to do any kind of worl unI year ago she began taking lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she over didjbefore and is real cltI says j Qeo Fl Wright of New London New York For sale by Haydpns drugstore farms Sold IMrI IIfine f75 acre farm yesterday to- M r Thomas Metcirlf for 80per acre Mr MetcalfMias been liv erallllIiohth l t ly home The many friends of Mr Hundley and family willwgret that they have sold their place and hope that they will still re side in this county howeverit is reported that they intend to re move to Lexington where Mr Hun Jley will enter the thorough bred horse business The 210 acre farm ofS A Moore was sold last Tuesday to Mr John Spillman brother of our popular miller George Spillman for 0825 per acre Thi iii one of the best farms i i tl i vicinity Mr fpm an wU be warmly welcomed mt this vicinity Dan viUe Jews MQORESVJLLE y Bornon Aug llth to the wlf of Ham Sweeney a 10 pound girl Miss Florence Keene com raenced teaching at this place last Monday Well the primary isov rand of course some are dissatisfiecl with tl c result As far as are concerned we can supper the nominees We lost twc vote hearthere at the primary I hay heard several i good i Deiiiocrai say they are done with pnmari s J hope we ill never have an other one like the ono that wds held Aug Gth 11 Wheat threshing isi going on this week Mr Clel Hardesty and Miss Gertie Gheatham were married at Brush Groye church Aug llth at 8 o clock pm We extend congratulations Mrs Etta Grume is quite sick attbis writing Mr BP Settle will comV mgnce huckstering this week Hew nt Louisville and bought an outfit The Maud and Burg bo js played a game of baseball af Maud last SaturdAy resulting Jin a victory for the Maud boys y score of 13 tc3 is icported that the postIt office at Moortsville vill be ds continued after Aug 31 Mr Jeff Cox we 4ealnllff move to Lawrenceburg in Sp tember The infant child ofiMr and Mrs Jas McCaun diedi Aug lth at Chaplin ihterrment the Jol Jowing day at Chaplin Fork1 cfimetgry v Elliot BitterFllit Jtnga1dJ F Itugnes of da and gave me up Everyb di thought my lime had come As 4 last resort T tried Dr Kir gX NOv Discovery for Qon umpt on The benefit I received was si ik ibg and 1 was on my feCa a fow days Now Ive entirely re1 gainei my health It conq ers all Coughs Colds qnd rrb oi and Lung troubles Guaranteed byq J Haydons drugstore Price oOc nod SJOQ Trial botbes free Jcnsonfon fl Canary ball team played the Long Run boys here Saturilayv Aug 18nnd defeated the latter by the score of 22 toll Long Run played well for fivejnnjings and were in tile lead lllo 8j but they lest out in the last foutin nings Canary has a good team and with practice should play good ball r Mis J L Harmon is very sick with typhoid fevcr at this writing Corn crop am good iQthis section Nannie Ilannpn sold to Wes Kiraberlin In sheep at 350J She has about 60 more for sale A H Cra1nis sale igeut for her J W Pope is with us at this writing Mr Pope is complarn jug some and his health is not good Aside Jjvm thihqiaso- via1 as cer1v JOintil EHictt sprainet his ankle last eek andii unable tb work G B Mm TBstiils Alter FonJYaarn G JJ Ilurhans of CarlisV fjenler N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that Ihailtjcen FidneYtroubleflbtics of Foleys Sidney Cure rIt en tirely stopped the brick dUstscdjiycnt and pain and symptoms of kjdny dis ease disappeared I am glal to say that I haye never had a return of illlY of those symptoms during tb fodr years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily recommend Fjoleya Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Sold by Wood CampbenJ Bees LAXATIVEHoiy and Tar is the original Laxative cotghcuc It is the best laxative cough syru made Bees Laxative Honey tad Tar con tame thett1tiscptic heaitiirs1otbiug aud strengthening properties of the Native Pine combined with other n grbdicnts in a laxaiivr syrup made from pure strained lpvy Oures all cough and strengthen weak lungs t old yC J HayJo i a r IIMriWi itr iwwliMi il 10F06ALiNT ST fO nnnnnnnnIt who has been at this place for nearly a year and who recently opened a carnage painting snop here was taken to Pin eV J1e Ky last week in charge of Sheriff Byron Groake The specific charge against Batsejl was car eying concealed a deadly H ap Ipn and there were three separate indictments against him on that account mado cut lythei Bell county grand jury Batsell is to say thelleast all eccentric indi vidual He came hero about a year ago from Middlesboro and continued to live without being engaged in business until about July 1st when he opened car riage painling shop At about that tithe a warrant of arrest was sent tojhe Sheriff of this county from Bell couny charging him with writing an insulting and abusive letter to another He was arrested on this charge and gave bond in the sum of t0t two local pnysicians becoming his surety onthe boh L When these other warrants eme along hisbondsmen became a trifle uneasy and as MrV Bat en was Enable to secure houdsmen oh his other eases Sheriff Cronke accompanied by one Of Bhtsells bondsmen tookJiini in charge and went to Pineville and sur rendered him to the Jailer of Bell coucty Sheriff Groake says that the prisoner appeared unable to secure bondsmen at PineyniejiBd he left him id the bands of the jailer Batsell was in business in Middlesbriro be fore coming here and often re furred to some trouble he ha become involved iir at that place but the particulars of which we have been unabe to learn be yond what is indicated by the warrants sent Jiere for hinl He was doing a good busmOssini his carriage shop and his painte are continuing the wtfrk in Order to finish the jobs which have been started Batsell has a room in the Searcy building which well furnished and it is probable that should he secure his release from the Bell county authorities he will1return to this place STIlE MEANES MAN There is probably no place on earth better tliaii a country printing office to learn how many Jcinds of people there are Some get huffy if a statement is sent others will not pay Until thy receive a sttenient1 Some will pay without a statement and others will not pay whether statement is sent or 1l0tSomc thought they owed morO and some thought it was not somuch Some say they couldnt getfalong without the paper and others say it doesnt amount to much But the meanest scrubbiest 1in the list is the man who owes for two or three years and then re fuses to tuko it out of the office and tlfen spends half of his tithe explaining how he used to take the thing but stopped it be cause it was uOcountEx SFoit GovERNpn The Frank fort Journal is responsible for the follo hig Close friends of Lt Governor WP Thoine of Eminence say there is no doubt that Mr Thoine Will be a candi date for Governor three years hence The statement comes froin sources so clse tp Mi Thorne as to bt regarded as ul most ofticiul 1 Auditor S W AjjeriIWhy is it that Ayers HairFVigor does so many able things Because his a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life intoit The hlirI Hair Vigor cannot keep from growing And gradually all the dark rich color of early life corn s back to gray hair When r first nicd Ayert Hair VlKorir hair ws about all frr Hat now It i co rich black and as tIkk ai t colI wis In St78A1 LOiVEST1ZN tulcum f Ala Iso a bottle Jc AT1n lIAllltnu Itfor TII Gray Hair WYd ad Commission er C C jlVJcChord of Springfield are also bt down at this time a J sure entries in the contest SEROThe Spencer Courier says 21r M L Searey uf- Springfieid f has purchased lot from Mri W M Houston ad oining the railroad andwill at once begin the erect ionof a large building tb be used as a tobacco rehandliRg house The buiding upon completion will fee lleased by the Continental Tobacco Com pany who will locate a buyer in TayorsyJlleJr Mr Searc has begun the erection of a warehouse for the Continental Company on a llot recent1gpurchased by him near ihe N station at this place 11ie Death PBnalivC A little thing sometimes re sults ia death Thus a merej scratch1 insignificent Quts or puny boilshave paid the death penalty It is wise to have Bucklenjs Arnica Salve ever handvi Its the best salve on earth anid wilt prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and PHeso threaten Only 25c atC J baydoq s Drugstore walinpoor RcaHt P rYcarn Ira of Mansfield Pa writesJJJAvas in poor health for two years suffering from kidney and blidder trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked relief but vas cud by Foleys Kidney Cure ad f desire to add my testimony that it maybe the cause of restoring thE heeltb 0 olhers Refuse substitutes Solo by Vood Campbell r =Warren County heat Crop Ibis estimated that the Vheatt crop of this county will bring tot our farmers at least 55b000 and- S 0me pjat it as high as 600000 to760000 The Bowling Green Milling Co alone will make into flour 200OCK bushels and no doubt the buitfof it will come from that islaswhere 111 the State The wheat pat aid hay crop which have been saved are large ones the prospects for corn and tobacco excellent and these crops to gethejj with the surplus cattle hogs 0tc mean that everybody whpAVorlfs yiii have money and property advance Bowling 9venews j A g8iBreath is a never failing sign of a health stoma SVheiI the breath is bad the stomach in out of order There Js no ilcmcdjfi ill the world equal io Kodol DVspcpsia Cure for curing imligestion dvspeusia and Ml stomach disoaders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains ICyojtCs I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse fly the use ofJ Kodl Ibegan to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and serengjth and can eat whatever I like Koaidlgcats what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Soidqy all drog glsts1 Voiinq Ladies Renounce the World Six novices took the habt of Sisters ofr Charity at NfiZireth llast jMp dayRt Rev Bishop McOllsijey officiating tn the CUapJin 1eck Richard Davis assisCtig 1hose ttaking the- habit1are as follows Miss Eu ialia Lov enLturEstheri Miss Loniie GreeawelISister Mary Tne lesia Miss Mliry Rapp SsiefCoihttnce Mis Hpriplin CasevrSitcrCUrice Miss Kate Mud4Sister Adelita Afss Agues Gcrvia Sister Retina Miss Losson is a daughter oMr John Lossou a prominent busi islwell s the daughter oflMF Felix erIchana native cf Nelson county wherli ho hits many frieridsfKentucky Standard I i Piqeulea iis the name ofaicwdis-t covery put upln a ntwwllyi acarUiu urc for alI Kidn eyatid Bladder trom bleBIlhcumatiam lumbago etc YOU arejfquested to call at our store and t let us sh W ouPitutn1eirLved from the pines Sold by Haydoa Pkarmacv J FOOYSKIDWTCUFEHiilMc tlmporhJAile yi Tcr When iit was Imown that UilHi State Central CommHiee had fixed a primary for October J t1904 lOdelect a nominee for4le ioffice off Circuit Judge in is4f Judicial District the local candi P date requestedI rather Vigorcu Jy Mr Wm JI Spalding itha Chairman of the County Commit tee to call tho members of tLo County Committee together forv he puroso of haying the prHj mary llr local olltqesfixed ipr Nov 261904 changed to Oct l r 1904 running the two pcimaries ontbe earlier idate t c Referring tp the party ruesi adopted atthe last State Con vention iMri iijpalding replied ii- that Rule 11 part 3 saidutal Executive Committee or anyX other Committee shall notqalia primary or convent oV for the nomyiatioh of Democratic candi date or candidates for Tiny tffice to be filled by a p mpi1ar vte prior to the lrst day oNtNovem oer in the year next pfeceduig the year in which the electioni r jfo be held for which said and 7 date is to be voted for 00 July t 27 1904 at its meeting at Coy ington Ky the Stte Central Committee passed the following resolutionI Notice is hereby given that in the future aapy pf I mariescallfed inconflic with thee rules of the State Democratic Convention will b deqlared NULt AND VOID by the Committee 7 This settled the matter and thet cal canddates droppedthe af fair much chagrined 1vl 9 SpaFding is a level breaded Chair1 s I mrn and endeavors to do r thtktwhich is the winning card j Leba non Enterprise tH Pills Il EllTuT1 Alt 1 SAgHeyouswMlortimes conies t as a result of unbearable P11llfrom over taxed organs i ness iBacfeacba Liver compiaii t ind Constipaliop But thanks to Dr Kins New Life Pills they Outaaendtoilii alll They are gentle but thorough Try them ii Only 25c Guaranteed by OJrEaydOns Drpgstqre r jIA PB Ctt Painless Pill is the one thatiwill dense the aystcitj set the liver to action tenjovc the bile clearl the complexion cure headache JtTheork pleasant ij aaJ eflectiidllj are DeWitts Little Ear RisersBob Modre of Lafayette lud saysII Alt other pills I have used Jrileaud sicken while peWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect SoldLy all druggists r if The Bottomless Sjirlri r A mishap that cameiear being tragedy occurred a day drjtyb ago on the pre ises of Judge W Ci Bell A colored man JialI t ben employed who know noth t ing of the history and the dar ger thatt lurked fa the famous bottomless springi on the Jjrm This body of water we areitokl has been sounded to a tl ptli of several hundred feet and no bol I torn reached but unCDnscipisi of this the man drove his buggy into it in order to wash theJwheels Horse and buggy im I mediately began to sinkaHd the man with rare presence ofinibd as soon as he saw the daQgerf grabbed the little boy whpSrftS with him and threw him to the shore arid safety ThOr he him self jjumped from the buggy an 1 a moment later vehfee 4nl horse sank out of sight at the edge of the hole Wen they cametothe surface once morc the man unhitched the norland the animal managed to icali shore Then he located the buggy 2nd tieftjg ropes to it hauled it V out Bravery ahdr quick action were required to avert thedacgert but in spjifb of ibis it is a miracle how th imsn1 and childesQaped unhurVar roesburd Herald J I j trlckOI While ourTcountynian JoB p t Willis Was dr llinilQ1jiftwr some fiye mites from Shelby vilje last week he slFuck a 1tovy flow of oil at a depth di about tone hundredjfeet Thecapcity- of the well has not b8eiitted but it is sail toEbefa Jeoodord The prouietdriTsl teiaipcg to goTh p riin crJerto bsijr oZthevalveoZliisl fmn anl uyi thia tlierin pripaiti to go 7txj fwtifneiosrr Tle jreU ihii ocatd or t 0 lYinch I IekerAn er onNs IJK pusa BVKRY IeDAYI i I 1AY1AR IN ADVANCE ilWlIMGFIELD XY B LDAVISONJJr J 5 I CM JD PV LIn tMalH oUoei 10 CM per seb MtINeftti t1 c e e WtM aad political matter eMp1r14L 4 at low rates but cash- Mui4be Jab w rk is FU Uvery ot goods AclTtrttota etrrctsade on liberal uMi OMt riM al rMolutioas of respect 3 Kp4flae I iXOOXCXIXTS t 950iipAy Msgktrat 3 i47 OIIeVse 500 0 t 04 Oe ICU0- TIlUMDAY AUGUST 25 1904 r = FOr Circuit Judge We are authorized announce L H THURMAN as au candidate for the office of Circuit Jialff c pi thte the Eleventh Judicial ilkrict composed of Washington Marion Taylor and Green counties subject to the action of the Demo cratic party The Jttt from the war is that tbs Japanese forces which ate bMgiBg Port Arthur have cap turd Chair fort and are said to bwiU a a mile and a half of the c city tsk Petersburg is full of kinster rumors butis clinging to p the boptthat Gen Stcessel may be able td hold out Advices at- C Foo indicate that the fort ress cal kold put only a short tittet ndthe Japanese residents resub cribiog funds foi a cele bration A Tokio dispatch says the Russian battleship Seyasto pool has strpck a mine and has beea seriously damaged The muddle in the Eleventh Congressional district between Hunter and Edwaids will te taken to the State Central Com iBittee and probably into the courts for settlement JurrIRE HGIEUGUARABTER f WdCpbdI airec to Refund If Mlsna Pallat i uc you well Eave Woodk Campbell sign the following iuara ee when you buy a bjx of ioa natures cure for dyspepsia GtJARANTEI refund theWe hereby agree money paM for Mioma on return of che bmpty boxes if the purchaser tells us that it has failed to cure iyipepsia or stomach troubles this guarantee covers two SOc boxes ocxei or a months treatment Wood Campbell MI oHaisa remarkable preparation that tones up the digestive organs and quickly gives perfect health and ttreagtb It will cure the worst case of indigettion or the depressed irritated tate that afflicts nearly every oae who has stomach trouble It Is not a were digestive like the pepsin- tablets but 1sarcmedytbat absolutely and positively cures dyspepsia and- restores perfect health to the diges tive organs Wood It Campbell can tell you of many of their customers who recom mend Miona because it Cured them Better than all testimonials though is the gittaraBtee auder which Miona is sold It is a plain poaltive statemen- tS if this remedy does not relieve- you of indigestion it will cost you absolutely not ing SL Tlie PrccrIpt1on Bath The bath house nj each of the famous Ahealth resorts of Europe Is the most imposing building in town with stntelj isfacatie iiml Inviting entrance lusldt are llong corridors ladles to the right nml Rcutluiucn to the left lined with dozens of little celllike rooms end containing a bathtub Ii couch uiid a tLonuoinetct At the door Is a strong- iuiudmiiiwsur There Is much coufcr Srihg b Vween the doctor nail this attendant repeated testing of tempera Stures and mixtures of water In the tub- After the patient gets into his tub tilt doctor waits outside the door watch in Mud timing the Immersion Then the masseur gets to work with vigorous rubbing still timed by the doctor Final Iy the patient appears dressed and re freshed The doctor talks diplomatic ally on favorite symptoms sympa 0thiIzis a little flatters n little more and with ft sweeping bow bauds his victim Into a carriage Everybodys Maga zine SLaagage f Music- The best chamber music like the finest symphonic music I a sort of transcendental language which affects the hearer somewhat In the same way as the study of astronomy or the high mathematics their ardent devotees tauggests the ineffable mcl tie II e 4MIpS more vividly than any form of art It also evokes manjj Images and thoughts of a dcfljJ tare but in two eases arjjre MCBtal pictures Identical A stwgratlng a stincct to one lieu caH IH a battle scene to anothe K Bwt M rc i oMible persoa wishes to force kta fJkt1ir fm kta aelghbor especially M tIM MIMe paseage way visualIze it Kit jMTereiitly to Ute same nearer on JiWtfmt ecaslowg Jr8ft1 Diversions 1 f a Mwrte Lover 00ki otZ J- w 1 t 7W J- SF StSWfiW ttfi lltiiWai 1iBSjil TfrJ iF kjJIId ujI News From The County t l Happenings Among the County PeopleS l 11 I as Reported by our Correspondents Y Valley Hill Miss ueij E3 ertbn one of Hillsbprojs jlairest daughters spent laejt week with i her aunt Mrs J1 lit loran who is quite ill of tbnsilit is Mises Pearl and Ola Goatley returned 1asbweek from a visit to the Worlds Fair They re port a most njoyab1etripS Edward Gpatley and wifeatS tended the rejecting at East Texas Sunday lastSJames Moan and Cly defeat Sleycounty last atuidaySMisses Mary and Hattie Guth rie of Casey county are visiting relatives jiin this vicinity this Week fv Mr John Janes Avhohas been quite ill frthe past week is convalescent at present Mrs Rebecca Goatley who has been visiting relatives in this section for the pas two weeks has returned to her home at Springfield J As th fjris all the tklk now news items are scarce t jUNP FNWKISIt Miss Sjettie Shewmaker and mother erjfMonday with the family of WJ F Logsdon Misses Annie Logsdon and Ir Hattie Bowies spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Wilt Charliejj Miss Hattie Nulley of Bards town is visiting her brother Mr W M this place f Miss NaJlJof of Jenson tcn welt with her parents SMr and Mrs Wil Nalley spent last week at Bardstowd and Samuel Miss Sallie Barker of Hopkins yule is visiti 3g her parents Mr and Mrs J 3 Barke Herman Purdom and Leon Bradshaw of Texas weie mere Sunday Mr Don Jjnes of Waco Tex is at the box e of TP Kelly Mr Warren Rose of Harrods burg isi visiting relatives here Mr iSchuvler Bowl s vas jn Fairfield lasfweek Wi rA cl5lI As I have ben absent for two weeks 1 will jot down at few items The cild NEWSLEADER is a welcome visitor in my home and Tdo not see why every home in the county should not be sup plied with it and the county news Mrs T J Miller and children spent last Monday withl filends at F nwickS r SMrsdaughter M rle spent several days with relatives in Anderson county last week Mrs J M Trent was called to Louisville to the bedside of her sister srIT Cheatham who is quite ill f Mr BeeqP u1ter is on the sick list also Mrs SuaeMerrtt is suffering with an attack of nervous neuralg a Miss Estell Millercnterlaited her many riends i ii most charming ma mer at the borne of her sister Mrs H B Greenwood on lastThiirs fay evening time who attendE had a p ThoEGJ SS Born tlo tie wife of J Ji iortlingafioevufeof Edd Sutherland on Sun daughterBoth doingnicelyS Misses Lila Pinkston and Ethell settles 6f Brooksville paid our town a ca Saturdat Godin his almighty wisdom has visited Ourraidst and taken from the horn of Mr L T Jen kins and wie their 14 months oldbaby on Friday evening Aug 19th Two long weeks litte Mary Hazel suffered intense agonies All that medical skill do di41 not relieve her belii homeI REzra Sijtherlatddelvered ii very impressive dicourse to a IAy Pill Want jaw mustache or bear dutiful brONB or rich black sei 6 P largo concouvse of friends on Saturday evening at the Christian church at this plate lifter which the remains were deposit ed in the Fuirview cemetery Mrs JW Burton and Carl Cooksey of Botland are vtsitm r friends at this place Mr James Birch and wife of Louisvifle Cr4 visiting Mrs Mary Jane Birch at Birch wOod hey were married on last Wednesday arid Game lothis place on Thursday His wife was Miss Lizzie Short and lived at this place a number of eiLrsag Mr Birch was reared at this place They will return to Louisville iin a fow days Mackvillc t Reuben Bottom sold a pair pf mare mule colL to R T haIl of Dugansville at148t James Bowls Sons sojd a pair of three year old horse mule to Lee Parrott Springfield at 3OOSWP Halchett bought an 8 year old combined horse of Berry Hhewmakerjit 100 Green Matherly of Lake City IIl iis visiting relatives in th5 icinity 4 The Baptist ASS ciatfbn will convene in Mackville on Sept C and 7 to which tnp public tSCOlf jdially invited Claude Bricken ani fainilv who have been Living in Missou jrlfoc some lime have returned to ihem old Kentucky agam Hatchett Camden sold a pair of two year old mules to J S Xankey Pleasant Grove atr 220 j Ve are glad toretrVool1 Gillispie who has typhoid fevei improving Miss Woodie Raihso Stanford is the guest of the Misses Hobs Miner Bottom and sister Miss thigie gave the young people a socialSaturdayl evening- Dick Hickerson scld a mare mule colt to W TJ Brown Mer eer county at7O Rev R5 H Hob will leave the latter partof August for Lex ington where the annual confer yeariII lalliani Springs Herod Goff soW a mare to J W Satterly for 125 11ft Isaac Johnson will soon ihave his new residence com Dieted which will add much to dllngcJrJ W Satterly and wife were Itii ypur town Monday Several from this pfoce are contemplating attending the ffair At your town this week tSingingt lairview church Prof Saun ders teacher Messrs Ivan Keeling and Hdnry Wells have retarhod home after attending the institute at Springfield last week Tom BacketerbovgltaS rub ben tire buggy for S901 Misses Elba Shields of Hills hero and Gertha Kedlmg of thts place visited at the home of Mr Griffen Saturday Dud Sunday Mrs Willie Jenkins iis sonic better atthis writing A everything fisneedinjr rain and watert is sdarC3 a shower would bebheartily welcomed by everyone CarTwrhis Crock Mr and Mrs Frank Spalding Minnie Matjtingly Sam Smith alp Bert Smith and wife were vlsjitifigrJ B Carrrco and family Sunday inlySmith alSCharlpy Whealley of St Mary were Aisitlrgj at Joe B Cafricas Sat urday and Sunday iMiss Lill 0 Prlficp entertainedi ut her homo Sunday evening in honor of the Blisses ScannoU of Louisville All report a good time as Miss Lillte is a charming hostess Fronie Medey Mamre IMiSSFS Scaonell spent Mon Mrs Betlio Bad ctte IMisses Mary BelJeand Jessie enter taiocda few qf their friends Friday evening Mrs J H Cacnco and chil yegelable liver pills That curddonstipation sickheadache iZtitf i I DYErimn M JijInVWIMi 2VW dren rc urn d boiijp iSundaY after a visit 10 h6r brothers Bart and Fail Warren of St Mary Tom Wheat ley began buildtp r a rievvhouso for Watt OEr an last Wodhesdny SIboa great crQpsIingreat scartiUy James Mnhoney of Louisviflfl iis visiting fri iids and rcathe at this paee Brooltsvillc We aro nocdii g rainS this ea lioa badly Quite it number of our citizens attended county court Monday Mrs Sallie Noel and daughtor Hester were at rn ham Springs Monday Davis J bell iijis returned home afieran ictndod tqur ihrqugh the west M iss Liilie Blackorly of Willis burg visited Miss Hattie Settles llist wtelr Miss Lizz e West of Perry vi is the guest of Mcs WP CUeitl ham Misses Lula Colvin and Julie Sutton aiiCToim Sutton pkstd thiough Our village lnJlopte tjj GJenslrrkichprchSun alr MrsJ T R Wilson spent llinr dayiin SprlnglUldl Quite aIJ m5erof school child ran aro contemplating a grand time at thbfa r jJ hurCay- Miss Add Foster and Mi- pse4Ithrough our viItc en oute Mackvi1leSunlayS iJ Uillsborp t On account of the recent dry Weather tho Ifcmpr have bcon compellodto begin cutting their ttobacco before it is really ripe The crop looks now as lilt wilt be exceedingly short Tne corn OJDaYieS8Couhly IS ApMCflliSliWiKn elJeEei eIJf1flE g Wg6dGampb0H Ih mmrJJmMainfaSpecial Attention Physicians Prescriplioiis Full 9fJaints anclOiIs p FJDFJPiBBPJPJ2iPifBFJ B jPJ3 crop has suffered pastures hare tbL1rntupo D clSdtherIandecttO yards yule Sunday to see his best girt MissesVM innie andBetio Mat t ngly and brother loo attondcd c1itcthatiaekvilI Paul Booker and F K Ngfit- eofyoar ton wrr P in pur inidst Friday ltiking to the tobacco growers The int6re t hove scms to beion a borm Sutton Sutionof Yilli burl have jrst completed a 1cCu barn 00x36 for BJ McIJ wy and are now biiilding one of the sirno sixe fprJolm Armstrong Z P Lttchman lost a tine saddll rind harness horse lastt week Oft soor death inknpwnu- Honacrh t Settles thepopi lar catc1tcrsIfortHe ball here isAyearing a veiT sad face this weekl and all kinds of guessing are being made by our people ae lo the useDutft be tlisfcojMv aged Honachcr you wiH jgrfjualj Popper Bill Schriver orluuis ville If you will kcepptryirg Jas W SeLtles4ho recently suffered an attkOf Oklahoma fever has soJK his farm to JOe Mcprc fortQOaid says he wIn bid hh 14ar good bye iin the nGrtr future and try Ins for tunXin K e west SJ S McISlroy and G O Wharton the Itbstiiogi insurance agentswarcin our mi4treccnb- ly on Iusinoas P B Prttliar lifts about com pleted with tb lexcbptiori of l ditches the work cn his paft of the QIl Maclr ville and Beechlund road and it is in good condition Wo have one of life best road d beds in the Qounty land we think j as we aroat5xpJ3rs and fomepuy ver biaavy tas that the Fiscal courtshould give us money to put the motal on the t llrLd asrd if done itt vt til Ito ore nf the lest roads in tljp county ard traveled almost as nuch as tho Springfield pike There is quite a tel c in the Republican circles for a man to make the race for Repreaenta II tfve against W Clpybrooke atid it scorns that nit are heartily t in favor of Butler Birlow of Moortsvilie lis1 their standard bearer Mr Barlow is regarded by both Democrats and R publi cans as a very suitabhiI man or fchc pace and one who could pan as many votes as any feaii in the RepuWican camp Be is our Aioice and will doubtless receive tiltf nomination at the hands of the Republicans withoi t opposi tiou LILAC 5teie1 IifllIllll This disoasc has Jost tts terrors JaCtf Chamberlains Coil Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can e into uso The success which altards Ute QiC of this reiiedy in flll cases of etvel complaints in children has iiindo iti a favorito wherqvCr Its vUue Jins bcc Me known For sill by Hay 1k1I I drugstore iS BLINCOEV jileasant vjsitwith his jiarcnts t ths place Miss Prudie Cmbr4n enter tained quite a nurnberibf f friends list Sunday afternoon rall report a good time I l brother Roy are visiting at il ei home of Mr C R Filiiti 2iu t Miss Tettic Fieldsl hais re turned to Louisville f fLcr a pleasant isi f itiifricndst i and relativei heve j Rev Father Pike of Sjtt Qharles was in our midst l stveek George Edelen and wife of Stt TliDseAisitecIi their son Will Edet let here last week j i WljA r AU uatipiis are endeavoring to 4beck the ravages of cottsui iptioii tbbI whitQ plague that claihis so yicti im ever Sear Fob s Hone Inn far euros coughs and olds lper t feet and on are in no danger ot t cod mption Do not ribk urheauh jpY taking some unknown preiaration when Fol cs Ho nov and T4r is safe and certain in results Ask frFoleys Hpncy and Tar and insist up 3ii haying it So1c11 Wood CjlinpbelJ flJ fdg fllJ t c Given cl Linet3 = g and SunduyS tobacco tcaQi friends uiyform i 1 r otin iih farther fnm tlif earth than JiHiv n lIothir4 darcr to hcav fl tthiuSriIII1nt Jhe Jade JnlMil Lovoll Of oue liflm uCI iiud tie tmgarian iw vrllHf Atwtc im disgustt VtOUtf8H it I intuit VllI Imvfo sWoethnrtfsfr wismIeI h Ye 6CJ filfUikiw not oulj to ray wife bmt to n musi aljlltslvthrnrt vlip has apprf riatcil nty l st Mims nn whose taT1t1sflirjiiu Of en luivc l1wste1 half iny furttino uion her 1Iil hwlKHl Wlmlly into uifefa trine to plQse hor For horenke I lave im tlrotly cnaurtui InsiiU ridlrulu tat ron rpjuitlon Aw her sake I liar stmj41- Ule and liberty Now It site ndXtoen a pretty young daju ol then might kav4 been HOHC excuse for wp but 4ie wa ifisty old palHtejir Ilgnrehoaid oft Wlnn Yii fliftinsfalthl tiS tie e5 foul uiouthed5xuitlathn gerhg bkl liar whom tlieJtofe wont courtc trtw inakoB fooIsXu all her Avoters and- lail ngs her iovers as often as she eanitee herart Her tiaiuu Is Poll ifcg and cay tlieplagiie bike h r CMlpiiiH of the KnUlrn ifj aothor of a book eli the Kafilrs i Sc utb African itllic won en areS ti whole ltifavir ortfQlhgnuiy ftatiMUnirg it Woman who has I down MlMi tbtI5ert UMJy dill Vclloi wftl o to liSoman1wbu Is UJo InI1 wWott mast and nsk her If ai if M evSvWtj tknuillirg aIAcXlinilns Un klIvi krajl in SrAfrazlfioul wtaw+ rmve 4r9 IpiiCnd ct lutii ffrl net f tl llwlt ici4 lift crtlhi cmrnj ht tlw IIOIijflpp 4stho pfoce Hi la sort ef oltoRe Hp nSfreiutttjySInjhoIglitSltte l f roiftHl to iiiy phi v ily Uay i IWt1 t Jt itai Ktrnek ru ttult tonc co 11 llui agnta et of luoti llrtoe in t IlM 11aI 11 c4e Zle ihIgbt1git t sztt Iiei or t of life aiaW lOOC rela rjoT JSirklloTTB nnil Microbe Winr nun otlicjr zniratory birds I fttarI4W7 iinn tboa IJlfte wid4h are Iittb4t byinhitObesBoailo s t ta boo found lu difttri ts where ctiolura yI1w fever the pmuo find other cpl smteSflgqfl prevail The dhlrlcts wlsKh tloy selwrt ns their toms nil1 homes are in nil respects the most Gitntl ofiifin f iiTlins ilioK rn or 0th r In Ccrtloftn Itsrrsps otiKUt not tto hire III plitis which are luuwiJ by jlhejo rdP 00 Sole Agens for 1JOld hickory and Sudebakrer Jl agpns 55 ttJ k 4 I1 j S IN r I jf t rit 1 j 1 We handle Surreys Carts of all grdifes tosuit the Agents icir the Hillside HoMlt 1 Call and examine extensive of Harness J 3 Work Gear and Hor l ti J SEED OATS Paid for HID for Sale Norvin W 36763 Bay Stallion 10 hard high weight 3 250 lls 9 years old full brother yto Norvardipe 4 year old 218 triall 208 Sever of Norvio yTii colts havd reij cent y sMd for 3350 00 and three others one and two yearlings sold for 460 Son qf Norval 214fand Onward 225ir Stood lat season at30 to insure AlIert nay Stallion lof bands high 3 years old dutpf the damofNor vandine Son pf AHertoji 209J Uud Onward 2 25i Aflerton greatest sire cf trotters in the toil Allert stood last season at25 to inSureS i OiLy tattion4 years old out of he darn of Ail En 20Ji a wcrlcfs record rson of Gambettft Wilkes Lll9I andJ Nutwood 2182 tiara bettai the world s leading 210 sire and 2 30 sore of 19 02 and iiUjDS Gambian stood last season dU 15 to insur- eChester Dare Jrf- lay stallion 158 high 5 yoArs iugton handsomest and best bred saddle stallion In the world Chesier Date Jr stood last season at 515 to InsurQ Cab bell Js Lexington Chestnut Sorrel Stallion HJf hands weight 1350 lbs Alarge One handsome saddle horse with perfect ion and a fist class breeder Had a colt that sold for 1000 and was shipped to England Stood last season at 10 to insure SRoyal Boy Brown colt two years old son of Norvin W arid Abdallah Mamv briro This cplt will haye style finishand speed I sold two Colts ouLorhis dam for 2500 Stood lfst season at10toinsure d B I adk Jack JBtaqfr Jack points Stood last season at 10 to insure These stitilions have been doing a good business for several seasons at therabove prices I also havba ulee lot of choicely bred 4tuds jand fillies Two 5year o ld trotting bred mares each has ocen a mile in 285 Also one handsome 3year old bay iiiiy For further information and extended pedigrees address Jrfo B WATHEN Ju Botf 303 SLebanon Ky Pine tc8 is tho name of a iicwdis cOveryput tip in ancAv filra curtain fire for all Iidney and Bladder trriu bios Rhctirratidra Lumbago etc You arc requested to call a our store and let us show you Pineules Jcrived from the pines Soldby Haydois Pharmacy j j I An improvement overall Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and ently Moves the Bowels t PREPARED BY Finejilil Uedlclne Cfclcigo US A Headquarters for all FARM SUPPLIES S IKY phone No20 5 Enlarfferf l8 i We sell C6aliiin Any Quantity aCIo d a J ti jl 0 McCLURE WLtSt I1c DEAF Buggies JmplewentstGr inaantf lei Seedjfjf4r Buggies purchaser Syracuse our line CoUqhJ Buggyjjlobes eBhnketsf SS 1CaSh andFURS Stallions suckling GambianS JIdisFosi 15hamlshhrwhite yearling f lEES HONEYADTAR J tgood l SPEIHIiFIDLD ToriladODiso llarrosct- QlivorChilled P1os FOR CHILDREN I Makes teething easy regulates s the bowels and st mach stops crying cures summer qomplainL I Kvsayswhile teething Hb bowels seemed S beyond control Three physicians = gave tim up Owens Pink Mixture = aed tis We I cxt y enough 1taved our bab ttwlM wliSont ttli hfz 2k lcd teflli IIIINoie Maple CTUeaC and book free address THE erVt FLOYD MEDICINE MoneyklsIxjr CO DETROIT illicit 111r k FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS 1aSSSSSaffigftg For sale by C J Haydon PharmacistS 5 SON TfMkih d Worlds Progressive Railroad Shows Museyrri tc k agaric and Trained A ntinal Exhibition Jli r L c and Recon presentseasonANNUAL TOUR I4gestrEmtJstJ ji and Best Shw l Thursday Soptemb tao 11r AT SPEINGFIEEiD iSISi Sii COME AND SEE dUR i I TRAINED ELEPHANTS 1 T E1TrippleE1 SSutumersaulbif and FlyOvers r t r 1 j Jafiame Jessie Leo + and High her s1 Jf r londerM L Hill Family ssociety horse Virginia SuIl- Acrof ri tI Introducing iha latpt dating sensational ricks ri5 iCommorror tbODIost Won 8rfntnlhP Slfl the world performing the remarkable feat fSttdwalking a tightrope in mid alllOOJL l for his eqijI y gtt 1 t DAN LEON the Famous EitleF JiPrincfpalJockey and Horse Equestrlerini V 1JHERR JfLOIZr in Ins dn of Teiforrniii Lions and1 WildAnimalsI J r l ii r Apddta llostofllappy Mirth ProvokiDg Jesterss rj t Mi+ j tI fa ists and Knoek Aheut Elowus fcjj jI tI r rTlje surely is the best greatest And others acts anqnor lJqrland grandest all feature shovr top numerous lo mention that will visit here Ibis season The Gratd tjrDTURES piE Sun Brothers Big Snow of the STREET ARADE talresjiplaco vorl4 iaf 11 o dock am fflrsflay sSept181DO4 J I P v btafn u 8 and ForeIgn F Send model sketch or plotocilDT iUoaor tret report oa paten liability For free book IHow to RADEMARKSwintents aroI 1 1- 0pk WASHiNGTON t 5u entjj yuot1oiu3 JW8qotu poo q01l1Iutrn luawiwaJL 54a0tvnAt 55tSsSSsL5 fiomaus1ielo i i fili ojiEarths1 all Four = 11 FOLEYS t f LIIL or Bladder disease that is not L beyond tho reach ofmedicine i IIYEaUprOrng1S I rSplegl IM H yirrfmUSfc Xm Inl1wrhii JFor o t r f w s iVw wiUialdd n boJaddera lk SLand vhsunabIe towoik Tinas phrsLeiaaaSralairaKidneyb6teav mo grsat relief an after tAial u-Eocuta bottla I was entirely curciWsTwo Sixca 50 Cm nU r DR JAf BURTON R1DENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED VITHOUT PAIN OrrKnt H fMI Block up staIrs SPRINGFIELD KY f ti Dental Work Strictly Firstclass I DR J H LAMPTON j r POFIOEJn Opera House q DIt S J StOCK ISPltINGFIELD KY OIFIbEDr Rineharfs for M rOm estover Peoples Deposit Bank Office h urs 12 to 2 pm r c WJFJ GRIGSBY ATTORNEY 3T LAW Office oter Peoples BankIr SPRINGFIELD KY eittr S W Green DENTIST All kinds of dental work Teeth extrdctedwithbut pain Offices i formerly occupied by Dr Hord JPhbueSS SPRINGFIELD KY- MIW HYATT HD SPRINGFIELD KY- Ofilcein Peoples Bank Building 4jRedeice93e coffcorn e 95 OAMES GRAVES PRAGTICAI Watahiuker and Jeweler o rCarriEd a line of Watches Clocks J and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialty Located at T W Simms Jr old law office opposite Court Hou Springfield Ky r RaiIroidSchcdu1eFoIlowin schedule now in effect on the Eardstawn and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 4UO pim Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstpwn 552 pm l arrives Sprmgaeld 645 pm k No 42 Leaves Springfield at 580am Bardstown 617 am Bardsjown Junction 705 am I arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 7m0am Bardstown Janction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrive at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Lees Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm- t Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm NoIf90 SundaysonlyLeaves- Sprin teld at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 amfarrves at Louisville l985 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville atB ptn Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards towp 733 p hi arrives at Springfield 825pmJOHN Y MAYES WM DIRECTOR HD EM8ALMER TELEPHONE I DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY J Have Ton JauliiR- TOt DO If soc n u J L ALLEN al the Depot L mm AND TRUNKS ti Ha lcd Fur nilui e Moved rd any thing in 1l hauling 4 inevddre csreiuljy and at v eascrjtfcle isles fOPHONEf 22 Bees LAXATIVE Honey and Tar- A J different from all other ccngh syrups It contains antiseptic proper lies lo destroy the germs solven properUeB to cut the phlegm and lax atiVcipropertiea to cleansethe system Jlcert Laxative Hoaey and Tar is a pleasant pcrnianeat cure for al Gu lif colds t iing ant bronchial trou IC8Sold IJY Haydon Pharmacy J eateaejb fortefandus little liver pilH TcceBtly disevred by the Vinerabie Dr Dad of Chicago Per Ins who hived iljj U1i will1 Jl ye no ttberJThty cur constipa H ooJd by laydou Pharmacy i5 iiH iiiWiV I TOWN wi- i1iiiH W Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I F IAllI AboutYourself Friends and AcquaintancesIe Il MM f The Fair J The ieldrir is ID full oneoflthe gestjcrowds and the best exhibition on record Yesterday was a big first day and today which isI school childrens diy the promises to break all records Balloon ascension e ach day Cakes and nutwafers for sale by J A Shader Cut prices in fruit jars and sugars at C W Hag in s FOR SAtJESOIi1 good stock ewes J CpLEMENTs- WANTEDTO bua good milch cov t H r STILES Tin cans hjsiweek at cost Nowis your time to burt6 W Hagan Afull line of vinegars cheaper than ever known be fore aj 0f W Hagans Rev Felix wii 1 preach at Johnsons Chapel next Sunday at 3 oclock A full line of groceries and prices right pall and convince yourself 0 W Hag nol WANTED Country bacon Will pay highest market price in nash or trade JjA Shader For firstclass fresh meats of all kinds go to the firstclass butcher shop of Ktlly Carpen ter T Well if you want a treat call C W Hagan aijd get one of those melons from the cold storage Fresh mutton ijork sausagb and good old ham at aU times at Kelly Carper ters butcher shop Why not take your produce where you can get the best market price cash if referred G W Hagan tBe up to date lead the latest books sold at a sacrifice pSee them at Wood Campbells Drugstore Coal is selling lIr wer than ever before See AUe t Jones and be convinced T ley handle the best r Are youaloyer of good books Go to Wbc d CaiTpbellsfor i the finest collection 2yer shown in Springfield We kill only tll e choicest of beeves and caivgive you a good steak or a good roast at any time Kelly fc Carpenter If anyone dour t that the coal Allen Jores sell so cheap iis not thebest consYlt various par ties using Iitttnow We guarantee satisfaction No trash For sale atlles than half the cost price 80 liar dsomely bound books the latest rorks of fiction by the best authors the best book bargains sver offered in Springfield On sale at Wood Campbells Drug tore Rev and MrsjJH C Weeden was called to W ndsdr Canada Monday of last veek to attend the funeral of Captain Jam s Smith father of Mrs Weeden Capt Smith had been on the great lakes for 50 years and the first colored ma i to hold the position of Captr in on any pf these Vessels William the e ght monthsold child of Mr and Mrs J J McCabe died on llas Thursday from the effects of whooping cough and was buried h Friday afternoon at St Domi nics cemetery The sympathy many friends is extended to tIe bereaved par ents in the loss of their little One the Willisburg Magisterial District Teachers Association will be held at Tatham Springs on Sept 8J The session will begin at 10 oclock An interesting program has been pre pared and an enjoyable time is promised those Who may attend Everybody invited especially the teachers and trustees of tthe county We call attention to the adver tisement in thi isueof J B Wathen Jr of Lebanbn who offers for sale privately six of his famous sfallions These hoses represent the cream of highbred trotting horses fn TOPICS 1 q H Kentucky having some of tjie best trb tjbing horse blood inthe world ihi their veins Anyone wishing to become the owner of la famous sire will do well to address Mr Wa lienat Lebanon The Nelson county Fair begins at BardsfwllKy Wednesday Aug 31 1904 continuing four days and will be one of the best in its history They have this year added many new attractions which will add to the pleasure and enjoyment of those who at tend Ffine horses and fine stock of airkinds and other new and ploasant features Catalog on application The Still of Mrs Catherine Wall wasi filed for probate in the County court here on last Mon day jut owing to it having been Written in the State of Tennessee a delay will be had in admit ting it until it can be sent to Nashville that certain forms may be complIed with The contents 1 4f the will have not been made public andlwe are unable to give iderstoodi tator makesl a very equitable division pI her estate among hert children tMrsrespecte lady of the county died Sunday at the home other son Orm by Parrott near Siinms this county of the infirmities of old age The deceased had been a lifelong resident of the county and had eared a llarge family all of whom are grown to nc hood and womanhood Her husband died many years ago r and she lived wfthher family on a farm about three miles south of Springfield until a few years ago Her sons aie Ray Otmsc by George Horace and romtt and her only daughter islIrst John Rojby of Marion county Avery appreciative audienc c gathere4at the Opera House on last Wednesday evening to lear Mr Joe Mansfield in his lecture The Loom of Life Mr Ib Mansfield is a Springfield boy t being the son of Mr and Mrs t j5 G Mansfield of this place t His mai y friends here although i appreciatingi the fact that he had a brilliant mind and is quite t versatile in his talents were probably unprepared fQr the learned I and original mannei in which he handled a deep subject Some J of his ilights of imagination were brilliant in the extreme and would do credit to maiiy a fa mous Oltator of thi time If any fault at all could be found with Mansfiejds lecture it would beth t iity so abounds in beau Hul thoughts and word pictures that the average listener can hardly Jceep uii with them The lecture would furnish fpd for thought t for many days ibthc student Mi Mansfield but recently ventured into hat lecturefield having ideliveived this lecture at Hopkinjsville somt weeks ago but if he persists in his under taking We predict that he will I win fame in that particular line of work Death of Mrs Nichols Mrs Elizabeth Browne Nieh ols formerly of thistojunty died at the home of hClSon 11 ThOm i as Nichols near Bardstown onl lastFriday night after an illness of several weeks duration The Washiug1ton the large family of Mr and Mrs Stephen Browne IIi 1845 sh6 married Mr Thomas BNichols and they llived in Jthd Pleasant ant Grove neighbovhood for a number of years a few years ago mbving to PerryvillQ viliere j Mr Nichols died About three years ago Mrs Nichols began mahin her home with her son in Nelson county where she died Perhaps a more lovable Chrish tMyst respect and confidence of all with whom she was thrown in contact and her life was a beautiful example of Christianity f fylrs Nichols leaves one daughter Mrs F R Neale of thisplace and a son Dr Thomas j Nichols of Bardsto vn She was a sister of Mr John Browne of 3MariohBrowne of MissQuriandMrst Evan Rogers of tthis place The remains were brought to tliifplace and taken to Pleasant Grove for interrment Rev Dr fiPattersontown Presbyterian church conducted the funeral services v A Aa s f R AAAAA LJJOptical Advice f 5 We are prepared to give you advice in this matter Correct advice time saving sight saying nerve saving advice Wear properly equipped for making hprqugh alirt intelli gcnt examinations ol tlje Eye IF YOUNEEDSPECS We furnish them at as low a uIgutas correct Glasses good Framcs perfect Fit and a guarantee can be had aoy wnere It you dont ed Glasses we advise you of the hfact and thank you for the inquiry LET US ADVISE YOU C F RUSSELL Main St Springfield Ky DRIF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Dental worklit roasonablc prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY Teachers Institute Th annual session of the Washington County Teachers- nstitute hell at the new school building last week vas an enter taining and instructive one The teachers had as intructorPiof- A CFlesliman a former Ken but who is now elI ployed in school work in Pennsylvania He proved himself un able leader and well upon school problems of the present time During the week discussions were hau on School Discipline Sp lUng Reform Fractions Per 11tage Geography History ind others of minor importance MrT F Grigsby and Dr Smock kindly consented to ad dress the teachers on Civil Gov ernment and Physiology and re ceived the thanks of the Insti ute for their helpful iinterest in these matters of Educational a uefJhe address of each was full of helpful points and was delivered ill an entci taming style A number of visitors all of whom were made lionovary niem ers were present anil showed their iinterest by taking part in the exercises receiving a vote of thanks from the Institute Wash ington county teachers are always glad to welcome visitors to their meetings The following were elected presidents of their respective magisterial district associations No 1 Mis Norn Bontn No 2 E E Brown j No8l Miss Annie Osborne No 4 MrSiAda Ai nold No S Miss Maggie Smith No 6 E T Franklin IJefore adjourning a County Tdacliers Union was formed with about 35mombors Officers elected were E T Franklin Prejs CY Stallings Sec s vicepresidents Miss Ella Slitun y Mrs Kate Ray Hays V S GplvihE E Brown EP Ded man and Miss Maggie Smith Miss Ella Duncan was made treasurer and Miss Sallie Carried assistant secretary The Lebanon baseball club played the Bloomfield team on the latteis grounds Tuesday and were again defeated by the score of 0 to 5 Colvin and Medley Springfields crack hilt tery played with Bloomfield and itJs said that their fine work is responsible for the victory Quite a number of fans from this placd went down to see the game andC rooted hard for Bloomfield v FEFCiNAL- Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein E S Mayo Luther A Burns and probably H M Grundy will join the Marion Commandery Knights Templar on their excur sion to Califorhia which leaves next Monday I Mrs W fe Robertson wbo as been in Covingtdn at the- edside ofher mother who is very ill returned to Covington yesterday morning Mr Joe Mansfield left Tuesday for a business trip to Western Kentucky f H G Claybrooke and wife left here Jastweek7or Cincinnati Messrs J So Claybrooke and V Spalding went to Bards own Sunday to attend the fun era1oC Mr J T Nichols who died at that place of typhoid etcr Mr Nichblswas a young man jrho often isited in Spring s1 and had many friends here tfho fiid mired him for his many excellent qualities of character fjTjCOUNTYL 1 1IAml I i AtBardsttwiFoui 3Qiaj4 August 31September 3 A Regular old limQ Fair Consisting of displays of Mdies Home Madp Goods Flowers Painting Farm and Garden Pr ducts Fruits IelonsZthck Poultry etc s r Attractive Features oath day V v i Balloon Ascension i 1 r and Parachutje1 Leap Each Afternoon j Good Music Plenty to Cat Jf Bar stown GoEducaTIonal Coi1oo li1 BARD3TOWN KY JiiSplendiqy equipped Boarding School Fall corps of rm excellent Teachers Upta ate work done in Art Music Elocution Literary Academic and College Courses Normal Commerciall and Business Department Confers OpensLJi5 1 September 13 GRE NWELL Pres Mrs AngieWorUiam and Miss Louise Blanl of Jjonora Ky are guests at the home of Dr JV H Laraptdn Mrs Worth rn is sister of Dr Lamptori Mr A S Carothprs Of Bards town wa hera this week atlver tisipg the qnr SlOwtlfnir Mrs Maggie CarrUhers of rouis ille is visiting relatives here I lMrs Russell Thomtspn of Pewee Valley js thq gcest of relativps here Gielland Uunninghahi who in business ac Nashville is at home visiting his parents and takipg in the fair IVlfrei Grundy who is omr ployed in Louisville is here this voek attending thefairl Miss Fannip Hoskins of Camp bellsXille is a guest at theG R McliVhortbr hoinethis wok BlissesJ Anna May and Vtll ria Hardesty of Eminence Henry atthphomeThomas Mrs Charles Balling and hal ijMtIdin4daughters M Spalding of Kansas City Mop arrived in Springfield last Tours day and will yisitMr George E1 freiidjshiNelson counties On their r turn home they will visit re a tics in Louisville and stop over to see the Worlds Fair EdwTn CaseYof Lawrisncoburg is here this week a guest at tte John W Lewis home Mrs F R Ho npPentertnintrd at Flinch on last Tuesday er noon 4 Mrs Fottcr of Iiouieville s visiting her daughter 11s JLW Barton Dillard Tapp who is itraVoling is Josman for Armour Packing Co with headquarters at fijtl Louis visited his parents here last week Miss Maria Merrime and Mr Hamiltcn Merrime and Mr Ew oring of Loufsville are guests at tilrSeek 11 Miss Bessie Settle of Louis viile is the guest of Miss Emily Russell t nis week Mrs Mag Scott of Wincaester yisHed the family of Mr JOt McOaoe last week Miss Mdtfiel Rooney of St Mars is the guest of Miss Stran Simms iuiss Omear Jrvin of Louisville iis visiting Miss Jennie Greene tns Week JMrs Chas Killinger of Louis ville is visiuog heir aunt Mrs JJ Alen this week trMiss Margaret Russett of is visiting her parents this week r Misses Coo1ror Washington Ind who havebeen visiting their aunt Mrs J Wr Bush will leave fotlhome this week Miss Mattie Lee VanNatta let Tuesdayfor Shelby ville to attend thefair Sergent yt Clifford Cox who has been visiting his parents has returned to Cobmbds Barracks stJttQt Sheep for Sale On Monday county court day I will have inSpringfield a lot of wesern and nativa stock ewes nt right ROUT M THOMPSON i for Sale- A J nice new room fl storyI cottage with laige hall varanda back porch and all necess aim twoIcated on Perrrville pike near HighlSchooJl Ql also ft1cr a small arm of nearly 15 acres good landwitb nice new 4 room cpttaga and orjWPerryvilo pike It miles nom Springfield For further par liculais terms pric3caddtess WP LXWRENCE Springfield Ky I find notli iug Wetter for Hver de thandiamberia1nsTablets L F Andrc DearMoInes for sale byHaycIons drugstore iiiijWE HAVE m i Tools Tools Toolstt t lhl llllbI Diamond Edge ToolsisI F They are made of the very best materialI and hw pvnoiMoVioorl work iin liiI sold is warranted If it is not as represented return iti tous and get your money back II WE I HAVE 14 Diamond Edge Axest Hatchetts l prawingKnives l i 0 andln facta full 1hiof JarpenWvters Tools et- cREMEMBER I bwe1 warrant everything DiamondpJ I line Call and whatwe J VhaveMcEIro fr Shultz r k II0 I biUliiW ilViiw j wiAir1 1 t- J 11fI JI J School Days I f Have come and you J should feee that your boy tor girl i projjevly fehod ff f2 We have thebestMiing g Elon the market da the line pf Ef S 1 li Os3 t We are getting iin a new line of Shoefor general ware Early Ball goods n 4 j fH J I I IRbertsonf BMV ff fl T E j L2It1ft rHl M1ft It IIR 1M 1M 1ft 1ft 1M 1M ifIf i= ff f f J = JOHN SHUCK MCELRQY G C WnRTOJi 0 IlfInSUfIlf HI V j r Fire Life and TornadolnsuranGe 1 Land Sold on Gommissieij Office over Peoples Bank Phone 42 a 1EE3 GBBErRH D W Tile Big Molley Maker fOJ log t Raisers mmI I JflJ Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy Whi h for more than 27aS years has stogdthe severest testsand In all cases can rpQ depended upon bemm m DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE UJ f Wl en this as apreill i Full mfJ tDJbook for hog store copy u I 25 lb can S1250 half tans 650 250 125 and 50c per package g 2Oth Century Poultry Food The egg producer on the market Keeps fowl healthy prevents cholera roup and all poultry ri diseases gS 25 IbbaJ 350 ZScp r packaic Dr fleas HYB Stock Remedy fr 1Forj HOrS Cattle Etc r2ts1its nime implies tin4 REMEDY not a food an it Is unequalled mfor correctinfthe common dSOrders in hokscatttea d I4 liIqeepart well as many of the more serious complatns Asplenthd conditibner and growth promoter and a sure preyentive from t p O10bSO AND 26cPERPACKAGE i t FORSALE- SYMcLUREWELL tm CALL FOR CIRCULARS SPRINGFJELIH a mEE RU l i4tj iJwiW lliiiijwiiwWii Wi f jI The Best is the Cheapest 111 I f And There is None better t Than ft IITHE PAGE nlaWOYEN WIRE FFHGE f iIiIi i 5 A Fence for eveiy Purpose Jra It will turn anything and can be ri n over JIS of ground All Sizes and Assortments I Burns McClure YcllS 1i SOLE AGENTS Springfield J t t t a n for Sale My farm of 214 acVes itmiJes north of Springfield on theWil lisburg ands onO among tlie best farms 4n the county wen watered a 7 rrom dwelling ouse a tobacco barn tock arn atd buggy bouse and all essary outhouses The price right terms liberal If aot sold privately before cOuttrday September win offer it pub ei y at the Court House door in Springfield For further infor dadtion caller write to WM H YANCBY b SpringfieldrKy Deilll I Tie Kale When ougo to bUY Witch HKC Salve look for the uame jDeWnf0r eryboX The pure unadultirateirv atch Hazel Is used in makjln pt Witt4 VitchHazel Sslva whlqli is the best salve Iii the World forcnjtuis bruises bolls eczema arid ile The popularity of Itel itta Itch Hazel Salve diML tQ lt lan cures has caused rntzrow worthless countferftltsttb o fl war et The genuine bear theSamtE JeWHt 8 Co HI 6jldbt an ttwgr1I1t R6inedr is fed ventlyc particulars regard valuable every raider anda FREE pf which maybe had at our for the asking greatest other Jos Sheep dIsease KY any kind Ky f pike place Chlcaj SAVE YOUR CLOVER VYe are agents for one of the most use 11i ful appliances ever invented for the farmer The lAm ric n Glover Buiicher for handling clover is made to t any in kei or size of mower 3 t leaves the material in neat b nchesandIdoes not twist and tangle it in all sorts of shapes Enough ad ditional material can be saved on a few acres of Clover See I Hay tctopay foraBuncher Gall and see if at our store McCtuitE WEL1S li Sprideld iIi I Ky rof i L4J AiujFORS SAlL17Sci rif- god improvement onikegood grain gnd stock 3rm beet or- cbrdiu rV9 w coiaafcy p4yi- n r 9ey1ia1faile tl l will sell at bargaini l r tOTrso NB0tLDELXy k J- Yuu titi hI pJraM iC Ji telowered iFlplfie of the leatt o iriftb tnY ote n fc1ock t rVs Ti Vtte myiif The practice of buying an Sellimg votes has increased t J I iiuch proportions that it demand I serious attention The numb of floaters in Ibis county ha grown to be so large that w would not mention it in the Re cbr4 simply for fear of the burr jog shame of publishing our d5s grace abroad There may hay been a time when an honorabl man could approach the poll- and cast his ballot with a certai 55Zee1in of satisfaction and- o pride but he cannot do so now his vote may stand for HII judgement HIS honor HIS seds pfiright HIS patriotism but Ihr floaters vote standing only fo dollar and representing onl the absence of manhood is a J good as his and in order to casi bis vote the upright honorabl man must for the incment stam theequal of the vilfian and the chetP Do we wish to fill our public offices with riffraff Do we want the worst elements of our corn- munity controlling the entire machinery of the law Then lei the practice grow ol buying and I selling votes It ought to be re membered by the citizen tnat nc 1one sells his vote wno can find no buyer that the man who buys does equal harm with the mar who sells and for the equal harm hoiif the more to blame Why Because usually the floater s a poor man to whom a dollar is a good deal an igno rant man who does not know the full bearing of what he does a man of no position whpse ex ample would influence few whilst with the biiber it is differ ont for he isi usually a man not in need a man who shouldknow I better a man whose example exerts a far reaching and in this case a terrible influence Wizen will this practice cease How will iit be stopped We be lieveit must be done by enforce- ment of law public opinion will daruly do it for some of the Ib3tpeopleDafe involved arc 1 the scorn of the few will hardly be sufficiently felt The question lies at the bottom of our public welfare Nelson Record Sflfcifle MenM The startling announcement that a preventative of suicide whad been discoyered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that con- 1dition which makes suicide like rly At the first thought of self C destruction take Electric Bitters v It being a great tonic andner vine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by 0 J Haydon Druggist RiilelA Biinri Man 4The meanest man on record cime here Friday to attend the fair Blind Dave who is well known on tie street was play ing his violin and soliciting alms when a man named Munday cime up anl dropped a beer chick into the tin cup tellitg Dave it was a quarter and he wanted to give him a sickle The poor sightless fellow reach cd down iuohn pocket and gave him 20cents and the man made off towards the fair grounds Mr W J Hanna who witnessed tie outrageous robbery followed hint and just as he started into the Old Plantation Show he called a policeman and put the LIVER TROUBLES p lindThedfordiBlackDranght rood medicine for liver disease It cored my t on after be had ipsnt JIM with doctors It Is all the med icine I ttkeMRB CABOLINE MABTIK Parkortburg W Va- Jf your liver does not act r g ularly go to vour dniggist and sure a package of Tliedforda BlackDraught and take a dose tonight This great family medicine frees the constipated Trowels stirs up the torpid liver- and cauMt x healthy secretion of bile Tbedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of im puritie and strengthen the kid xgeys A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills jind Jeer and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weakkid neya result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of ThedforJs Black keptinI issed Thedforda Black ktdneycomLILI1and THEDFORD3 f BLACK pwGIi1 w case before him Munday wa brought back to town where h made restitution by return iii the money We had so unfeeling pilsered The only excuse fo such an act probably was tha the temptation to attend the Ol Plantation Sjhow was too stronj for him Wie wonder if the eon cience of such a defrauder pei mitted him to sleep after such contemptibl4actHarrosbux Herald HOUGH DOW WILL M WL Only Way fb Cure Catarrh l flrca1hln Is b Hyom l Ask any physician if catarrh is blood disease and he will te1Iyou tha lit is a diseased condition of the mu cons membrane and that it cannot b cured by blood pursers pills tablets or other forms of stomach dosing Th only sensible and scientific way ofcii inff catarh is J j the use of Hyomei Breathed for a few minuses four five tinjes a day through a hard rub her inhaler that is so snairthat it ca be carried iu the vest pocket Hyonic will absolutely destrpy all catarrtra gcrms and cure the disease Catarrl can never exit where Hyomei is usei It has a two old action destroying the disease gc rms in the ajr passage end luugfl ana soothing and healinj the inflamed raucous metiibrane Wood CampbFll one of the mos reliable firms in SpripjjfieM are gi vinj their personal guarantee with ever package of Hyomci they sell that i will effect a jure or they will rchtn the money They have had scores o reports of remarkable cures of botl acute and jchrpnic cases of catarrh b Hyomci The complce Hyomei outfit cost 100 ani com prises an inhaler a hot tie of Hyomei ami a dropper The in haler will last a lifetime arid addition al bottles of Olyomei can be obtained foraOc What is InsWDfthef World fai And How to See It At The beast Expcnfc The Henderson Route has got ten up andis not offering io freedistribiition a very complel arid valuable booklet descriptive of what is inside and wha jis outside of the Worlds Fair anc how to seQ j tat the least expense The booklet contains information ot such value that all fro pectivj visitors to St Louis should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds upon ariival in St Louis how get arounc the grounds to the best advantage the most ecbno mical plan for touring the Expo sition thirgs of importance tc see m St Louis together with many othei valuable pointers re gardirfg a trip of this nature are only jsomd of the many points covered in his complete booklet It is something you shpuld hye b3fpia planning you Worids Fair trip and can ba ob tained By addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson IRoute Louisville Ky CASTORIAI For Iniants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of d SmithSpalding r The annpuncotnen has been ado of tlie approaching wed ing of Mr William A Smith nd Miss Mary Ruth Spalding uwo of the best known and most popular ypjung people oli Bards own Th0 bride to be is the seautiful and accomplished laughter of Mr WT Spalding Master Commissioner of Nelson 3ounty ana the oldest merchant Baidsto wi Mr Smith is the Idest son of City Councilman Prank Smith and is one of the most highly respected young inen in town He is a membei af the ente prising firm of Wilson fe Co This wedding announce ment has created great interest in a very wide circle and the happy yourg couple are receiv ing the copgratulaiions of a host of friends IvRecord i Nelson Hortes at Worlds Pair Mr T E Houtchens tho wolf known hofseanm of Chaplioluft todaj for the Worlds Fair at St Louis with eight head of tine horseswhich Avillbe exhibi ted at the great horse show Arrong them are thesplendld resyearold stallion Golden Gay and thefamous slioxv marea Ivandale The latter is the win ner of sixtyjlue ribbons and is one of the1 best educated horses in the United States v- Mr Hoptcbens wife accom panied him on his trip and tbQv will be absent about two weeks returning in time for the Lcuis tIe Hoarse Show Standard Pine salvcacls like ponltfdc There ij uo sore boil or abrasion of the skin fMietaJlve will not cure Pinesalvc draws the fire out of a hum iria antly and heals without leaving a scar 8 W by H ydous Pharmary I T wv i y jw 1iiV ajL f Ill STue EngllulL Party Whip ftevertlug to the duties of a fhf and patronage sfcretury It is an u tOuistilug fact that gentlemen of bin and social position cap be found to fll thje post The junior whips diftie are jiot only onerous but irksome ijhey sit or stand In the outer lobuj ot the house from 330 to 1230 a night and they ask every member jivh phases where he is going whether hi IS paired and when he will be back If he is not paired they have cithc ttb find a pair fur him or to prcvcui lihu from passing out by coaxing trent the Cormier for preference vhoii tliclr party are in these gentle ition have toattuml to tholr olliee fron t2 to3 Their hours of duty are therefore from 11 a m to 12 p in o thirteen hoirrv with Intervals fo lunch aniUUite they do for 1000 year When their partyv ft out the do It minus their ofllco work for noth ing In addition to keeping an eye on hi Juniors the chief whip who has it00 a year deals with the members or their more touchy side It is he wi practically distributes ribbons fine tjltlcs and sees that cards of Invitatioi tjro sent to this wan mjil that that iic dtie is giyon tiridue preference a dell unto duty which requires much tael ijutl skill London Standard When yittltliikIx Ilontiure After all is said and done visiting friends must always be the most deli cute of pleasures Of nil forms of so iial enjoyment a yell cliojon house party is perhaps thcJnpst complete niiti Satisfactory It Is Jiijy during sucli feliort vacations and on board ship thsjtt the galling harness of every daj routine drops completely from onc weary shoulders iCs there only thnt ve escape entirely from the myriad Ittle cares and worries that lie in wail or us outsiile On LbolUng back many if us will be surirised to find how Juost of our truest friendships date from the oecasjon offered by a visit pile may go on mectifii people for a decade at formal entetUiininents and it the end tff that time know less their real seivef than is revealed by ione short ycejcend ptvsscd together Under a congenial roof especially It it be a home whcie the welcome is sin iterc hnd the liberty is cdultilete an Where the kost and hostess have taken Illic troubJp to sleep from time to time In iheir gucst chambers rillot Greg dry in Gcntuiy e Ilril anti Their Ilcnlv- siWliy do birds live so much longer than jnainmals which are often a lain dredtimes their size Iossibly among otlier thingi because they have beaks Instead of teeth All camlvotOHs beasts become1 weak and liable to Starvation as thcii teeth drop out or break Xel ther ute the herbivorgus aninraJs hi nujcii better casc Old horses uouhl probably die of starvation if wild for their teeth would fall theta indeed in some iJtony countries old horses have to be kiikd bpcaune their teeth are worn away by cropping grass dose to the rock Undents constantly die from Injuries to teeth But a birds beak neither wears out nor Jropci off and as it constantly swallows fresh grit to nldIn grinding foodl In the gizzanl that needs no repairing either A Ucninrknblc Tree The most remarkable tree yet din coVered tourishes iu the Island of 1icrro one of thelargest of the Canary group This island is so dry that not even a rivulet is tp be found within its boundaries yet there grows a spe rids of tree the leaves of which are narrow and long and continue green throughout the year There is also a constant cloud surrounding the tree which Is condensed and idling in drops keeps the cisterns placed under It constantly full In this manner the natives of Iicrro obtain water and as the supply Is limited the population must of necessity be Hmitwl also Hail 3Inilc CJiaiiic- oIsnt iheresoiuetlijiis Intmy policy nskwl a caller at aji Insnrnnco oilice tire other tiny about my having to report Lily change of residence Yes sir saiL the uulaulnt the near est desk picking up a peni Where have you uipyetl tot I havent moved anywhere re joined the caller I have made a change In my rcSlduticc by paintiiig t light straw color and putting a jhln upy put on the kitchen chimney Ir thinlv thats all Good ItLyr iIeNtsihhuIgi The best things are nearest breath In your nostrils light In your eyw llowera at your foot Unties at your mud the path of Gml just before you Then do not grass at Jhc stars hut do lifes plain common work as It come certain that dally duties and dally bread are yio sweetest thing opifo Impitsslbns Your 1czrsiIg Wear your ifarninj like your watch n a private pocket anti do not pull it nut nnd strike It merely to show that roji fiave one If you are asked what clock It is tell It but do not pro lalm it iiourjy and unasked like n iVittclnnani Chesterfield My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Corn monest Signs of Heart Disease JCotwlthstandlrs what many pusiC nfl ay heaft dlscaso can be cured Dr Mines New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found np relief In tho medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It hiss proved Itself unique In the his oy of medicine by bfelng so uniformly successful In cyrlns those diseases Nearly always one of the first signs of trouble la shortness of breath Whith cr it comes as a result of walking or running up Fairs or of other exrrclseg Jf the heart unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumplns po were tli ere Is Bomctiitnff wrong with It The very best thing you can do Is to tako Dr Miles Now Ileaft Cure Ifwjll go to the foundation of the trou ble and make a permanent cure by Btrensthenlng and renewing the nerves I Know that Dr MJloa New Heart Cure la a great remedy For a number of years Buffered from nhortnesa ot breath smothering spells mid pains In my left side For months at a time I would bo unable to lip oh my left side and If I lay hint on my back would nearly smother A friend advised using Dr Miles New Henrt Cure which I did improyetof the Heart Cure the pains in my side and other Symptoms vanished I am now entirety well All those dreadful srnothcrlng spells ore a thins of ti- oastF IV DILUCK Middletown o youheVlI1tp to us for Free TrialJXrJiiHi PacRaio of Dr Miles Anti Pills tJie Now Srlentlflc Remedy r Pain Also Symptom Blank Our peclnllst will diagnose your case tell ou what Is wrong and bow to right It Tree DH illLBS aiKDUAI CO WlUOJlATORIESi JBLIULtUlT 1KD The Swami lntlv Si Ictcmlmttr SL IVUirslutr va uuiv z sWiimi1 hiys itcunt wriUi HiiJ HJ rotten lite ground that It wvukl be quits pos slLlfr for uionolltli OHt thislxty foo coluunis for St Isaacs to sink out o sight and tieycr mOro b hard of T jivovkli ajiifiwt suChh contingencies forest of piles WitS driven Into th earth at the cost of lOOJ6oo as th foundAtion cf St Isnncb and yet th cnthtHliiil sinks Like enuscsrcnder th roads of St Petersburg the worst 1i Huroitb Winter frosts which pent Irate several feet below the surfn gfizc on the Iinprlaoned wstters and tcii up the streets Tilt surface thus biro ken Is so destructive to wheels tlmti litiyc known nil Engltshinan Avfic though he kept f4r qtrrlages hud no one in n comlltutn to uae The joltlnj onv the roads is so great ns to make i wise for a traveler to hold on fast nil when Indy and gcntlchmn ride sit by side it is usual fur iiie enfleinnn t profect the Imly by thrpwlnt his arji roiihd Ills conipniiions waist This dell jii etrt tent Ion Is so much of n utllltn ran nwC elty ns In no way to implj further obligations A Deceptive KI ii A naturalist who Is familiar wit Coyfdn write Jn the clear water o Colombo harbor it Is notuneonniioi toseefilcii mid faded leaves of tin Jak troo floating a shirt distance be iowa the surface or sulking slowly ti thcbottoin A certain small Hsli con manly known ns the si hat laiinci thesiu ieurvs both in form and color iii order to escape detection ilotlilii slilipe aud color they look when In tin water hIke waterlogged leaves bu Vlion txtitovpil froin their native ele incut tills resemblance is linmediali lost They hunt in the water hall sldiwxys and all swjjn in the same di rcction Uniting simultaneously Oi one occasion Mr V8ley attempted tf capture one of tintec bats In rock i0iJ and direvtly he nmdc r plunge with tue hand net saw nutliin oxctpt wlmt be took to be a jak lea slowly ami inertly sink to the Iwttoin To his asfoiiilniJoiit as lie withdrew the net the supposed leaf righted Itsq and darted hway UiiulNli Icnunntry The lianfsl iHwsuntry have a not nblQ iovp of order and symmetry in housoltoid Jirraiigrmint placing tho furniture wherever i ossibo in iwJre and In exactly corrosiK mliig poflttoite One old imcHnHt wlw hail accuuuilatw a little money and badboln prevuHct upon to buy ift daughter a piano sc rionsly coitttklercti buying another ti place agaiiwt tua oPposite Avails TKti bedsteads coutftet of great boxes gen erally prtiiitwl neill or green and hcniteJ with fentlrtsr beds between which they inslnua4e themselves winter iiud srnn mcr If tumble to afford so many feathers the underbed is of straw and reitlvrs so little attention tint mice build latin nests in it and race back and forth squealing shrilly witli out dlKtjirbtig the stolid peasant smut hers Thd building Is not Avashed of teiier than once or twice a year Lon don StamlHrfl Judicious Mnny a true word is spoken finite by accident Jlliwe were two middle agod Ay6nun in the waiting room of a do partment store the other dnyt and looklngover the railing they espied an ncquaintJiirco on the floor below Tliercs ilrs Blank said one Well I nut say that siies heLlo n wise tiling fOr once Xo woman ought tp go on llVlng with a man that acts like lien liinDAnds done Whats she done asked the othor Aint you heard queried the Ilrst Why slrt s got a judicious scpttni kinVshu1igtOn 1ost Bnmlioo Oral Trap X ctirUmf wtt of the bamlioo in some islands of tHe Iaclftc Is as a crab trap Clue Joint wl bamboo Is stuck Into tlie BroiiiMl ICiieb ptece a little bow hnif vay up ami string set at ten sion to shoot off an arrow passod througli au aperture in the lower part of tlie cylinder It is sot at the mouth of crap iwws n xl when the crab pro reeds to cJtinb up to the upixr jmrtof lie tubv a drjicatHy sot Iiook witnisea lie broad arrow which closes tiki low tr apoflur ami imprisons tie crab Origin iif the W4iril jjjiriii The origin bf the Avonf farm Ii as olioHs Iji the Saxons time the estates vhicli tile lonls of nmnors granted to he freOiurn were at first but for a ernrof years with a render of a rout vhkii yihosc days wlfs of corn maid ithey prddiice The leaser so maUu ve io called formes or formes but linos eustilng turned the produce into noiioy and onus of years to terms df ifcaid InJioritanco Slits ofiiieViiiers Fair Girl mire iimps voiid not jbject to you but I nix tifruld u ainin i ivlll Sub flS your slimily iiavir tie raved ttea KIch GtHKers iSon LJood grautoug Wiure ilk she get lint Itiea iKalr UJrII think sMa udgosby tbe butter that your fathpr ned to roconu eml as good Tin hear Uris Milly Ytjw kiiovv dc rt weve boon nguti l for two years and think ItfS hue ve yerp geitlng nmrricil Tllioy 3h I dont inio v dear If you roallj ovc Him you let liini be hamiy for n telongeret Teiiinit Tagglojs nwipcck huts acquired a di Ulod 51001p hlgV tip near his net Aagijlejj Ohv T gruels thats tlie stoop its AVlfo sftjOiiiuulge i itui serigit Quick mutitcrl Jtaby brother his lalieii dowrii the well Ohiii Ami the well hnaitt been terllfeMl Town Topics llnthcr Iroo laiinorci- lJluuricellewletMvritusof time people f Certaldo theruallan town where Socimtclo uiits Iwrn ard lived Their iomen are hamUMiine as they ought to e with green eyes dusky skins fair angled lisle They carry themselves iolt upright lute ijjl niouiitHineers but kitb better renpnUhan nuwti for tholr ignres are reniarkhble The men slug ay songs tune ltji py and free inan nrcd awl If lloceVccio Is not at the oltomof t time iMfsVlilef js I saw hen vhat I linvp never weon ejsfcwlierc in lon Italy a man sljp aud kiss a irl in of cnstrpot No offense either IB was a baker who jwunea floury moiIno saw and4t nsfdre l tlie bend if her indusirloua huh anil stoupcj nd kissed her as she sat Dewing at her foor Her lovers amid acqiiaintanees bout her say HQtliing amiss nor was he nt nil put ouf After so flagrant an chieveljient time madcap went a whole irogresa of gallantry down the street tone reajnting lilsf freedom lie dancod Iith one good wife chucked nnotlior bin and lifted a third bodily Into the singing nil the while 1 Kuiiuth English Kossuth had n remarkable master of English This story shows how h strengthened his knowleflgb of our dll tlcult tongue Speaking at Concorj Muss Kossuth wished to express th figure of the Austrian eagle reudiii tlio yoiing freedom of mingao Th word escaped him Stopping fora nu uncut In the f ill flight of eloquence h askeil a matter of fact American wli ant near him What you say who innn jeumr his coat Hole was reply That word dril not satisfy him niul Iaiph Waldo liiuorsoii whohai ovorucn rd the quesHoii whisperei renlj with poetic sympatlo for eu phony and time stately swoip of tin sentence was completetl lie learne the hinguage after lila arrest in 1S3 7 wheA be Was sentenced 4n 1S5JS to lire years imprisonment during a part o whicli he wts cut oil from all comuiu nictil Ion with his friends and was de nftd the use of pen anl Ink and eye of bxtks In tiie second year he wa nlloed to read but as allpolitica Looks were InienliclM he s iectedai Kn lisli grammar Walkers pronounc lug dictionary anti hakcspeare VHh out Knowing single word bebegan t read Tlitf Tempest lie wu engag for a fortnight in getting thnough th first page AVliy Julmii Iliis XoIoi cc roKtM In Japan when afarnurifcrmlts telegraph or telephonupolc tQ bo erect ed qn his land he 1ms made a great con cii Ion to modern rcfornu Only the ex cectlingiy rich halve fences aronml theii farms in Tapannot because of the eos of the fence but because of tlievalu of the square inches the posts andpick eta would consume If a border Is di sired around n hell it is custoinary t splant mulberry luces The total ai ea ol oinul in lapan Vtliii8 dd voted to tlu sjlkworm tree which otherwise wouk Le taken with fences Amounts t iHHt 1WOUQ acres This huts no refcf nice to time mulberry farms ajul groves the are cot which Is over three time as much The fact that a Jipanesi farmer is forced to figure on tlu jlinonnt of ground a fence post would occupy and tho interesting ifact thai the government in its statistical cnu inerations has haul he areas covered lij individual mulberry trees on tarn boundaries carefully computed dojnon strates the great value bf arable land Cooklovcrs1 Magazine t tIA IlnmluTHIiifiT Expert on Ioe In an odd way a BaltiHiorc journalis limit settled for the still disput ed question of Edgar Allan poesper sonal cliaracter and liabitsj Ilavinj several autograph letters of JToes let tOns written In theyouth the inanhobi an I the litter life of thcunhilpqy poet he cut oft their signatures and Submit ted them for aimlysis to n linndwritihj Expert The expert reported on them ns fol lows Thcse letters wore written al different periods in lie life of the saiiu persdn They indicate a tcmpcraminl at once imaginative anti methodical unit nerves great courage and aesthojth tastes You ask if theypoint to dnijik ounces of alcoholism 1cply that most decidedly tiey do noh Deeldeuily cool A friend of the late Ilishltp Hunting Lou was spending a Sunday in Kdinr burgh and followed the crowd to the church of a celebmted preacher4 At tile close of time service he said lo the clfrgynuiu That Was renuirkably line sermon The uiinist r puffed up with pride said Than you thank you wIJut said the IJ ston man I have heard it before it is one Of Bijji 9Pi Iluntingtons sermons Ah jes I daro say o lbe sure butt nuntingtoii could never have got it off ns I did The anecdote is relatetl by the Con gregationalist iviiose only coihmcnt Is tlrnt for consistent anI unblushing plagiarism this beats thcii cord ICIIIIup a FrtKlHon The muff reached its htghost point in he reign of LJuis XV Then fashion declared for af cloth muff Instead of fur ami the furriers mafle a great upi roar Tltoy netltioned tthe pope to ex communicate v he wcaijcV of a cloth muff haP to no purposo Finally some ingeiihxis inerchant bribed the heads man to ci rry a cloth ihitff ou execution ilay Tlie womim sliranw from such as ch tloninil taic fur won the day IlefrrtthxneiitM I ill Church Family iiov4were hut eulncetl at the tg nitlag of 10 sevenleenth century Some of tliesc hind n able and flre Mace also MirJains and winuowblind3 to s to secure utmof I privacy This led to abuses In some ofjthc ciosed pewrs card plajing was tot tincommon niut the tcdiun of a long service was eoinetlmes reII hetl by light refresh intlit lleilqimry AU or tiv lest Why fib the roses fade slowly way site Inquired tically Woil replhvll that ijal iheaduti joilijg nan when y m think it over jtts nil or time best ts more iomfortaine to tavc tUctn fin e slowly awny than o off all of a ukUM W e a torpedo Mig lit lie Wir i HoiTlfted Mi herI Ji t this minute SW Sir Nieef Hows ar aronml your raist Its pirfpvtly a vfMl llepcnt Ait Daughter Yes other but it tvoiihl lie a gf sat deal iwe awiuil to ice isis arm round sei e othqr glria rt Her TroiiWc lirJt1mrdl iIias liltreouI ye con It lhtuid oUt tuat 4Sqk en lltC t euut a uly 13ailinI- 0utM Mi irs Ah Hut you fitnt 5t ttimu tI l4iL Iio Kyn Life t George Snmla Oddltlc George Sand or Mute Dudevant the fatuous French wpmaii writer scandal ized her literary friends by wearing wells clothes A long gray overcoat sue herself says she wore a woolen tie auidtuida pair of boots These boots were her Joy I longed to sleet with them On their little iron shod heels I was firm on my feet nnd trotted from one end of Paris to the otjer She also smoked in public cigarettes e en cigars so that hert teeth were inuch llscolpred It was tills outward maiinlshness that won for her the title of Illustrious Hybrid llowcver her hands were beautifully feminine It- Svas says one who kne herj de4li cate humid all grace tact jflrnjnesjr antI flexibility One could notj dream of n more perfect combination of the French working class wonjianrs and the aristocratic or royal ladyjs hand It will be recalled that jjeorge Sand boasted The blood of kings Is mixed In my yeins with the blood of the poor and lowly Shews im She termed it astride of time two classes the peas antry aiul the aristocracy A Ciuiiliit Ircjolniimtlon Somewhat over a nundred years ago George IlL of England With ibis court went to Weymouth for his healtli The mayor of Dorchester n neighboring town being much Impressed by the ex pected arrival of time royal visitor Is sued the following proclamation Whereas lila majesty time king and queon is expected to honor this indent corporation with thelr presence In tin course of their tower In order to prevent them from meeting no impedE ment in his journey time worshipful tin marc have thought proper that the fol lowing regulations shall be prohibited as follows Nobody must Jeavenp dust nor nothing in that shape before their doors nor shops and all wheelbarrows cabbage stalks marble stones Irish po tatos nmf other minerals must be swept out of time streets Any one Avho shall give offense in any of These articles shall be dealt with according to lajy without bnlt or malnprisce God sae his majesty the king nOd queen and his worship the marc Die Skull SluIiikcrn Time iljuinbiscs Indian living in the northern part of Lcru and iteir thc southern boundary of Kcuadpr follow one of the most remarkable vocations Iu tho world They are able by n process known only to that tribe to reduce time human head to onethird its original size und rdtaiii the fea tures and coloring to a perfect degree The head is severed from time trunk the skull and frontal bone arc remov ed and in the cavity a soft mold of clay Is fitted It is then hung by tIme Scull froni a tripod over a riot of boil lug water anti steamed for three days After this the shrinking processi bor gins tvliich requires skill and Is a secret that the Indians guard jealous ly These heads arc sold io the tour ists nLiXh each but Us tIme tribe Is savng4 and the comploxity of civiliza thou h is not mastered them It is flit ficult to obtain the heads at auy pUce The HoiicybccI- Tow much honey does a bee thin in a Uower A naturalist says he Was obj sorted a bee extract awholo drop or hrfupy from one flower and again he huts watched a bee visit a hnudrcil lowers without getting Joad enough to retrtrii to the hive Bees work ad vantageously within a radius of three mullen of the hive hut they will go eight miles to get honey from a field of buckwheat They lure very partial to the buckwheat bloom Bees have a most dellcntefyfleveloped scent When a bee leaves Its hive It rises In the nlr nijd scouts honey bearing flowers In time wjndund follows tile scent to tile flower CIiiuiecM In National F nlureii Whether we look st portraitgalleries like Hampton court qr turn over illuaj tratlons in old books it Is ovident tha some physiognomical change has beejj hiking plncp Time stout plethoric muscular ruddy facetl man of sto expression Is becoming exceptional and his place is being taken by a thinner more alert active type The modern face Is more keen leaner aUdi of less coarse mold titan that of the oder pioneer who Jald time foundation p their countrys greatness Aspects of Social Evolutions Oughi A correspondent aii English papcl1 points out nine ways of prQUOuncing the letters oughH These are writte phonetically as in coJT cant each allowable onuffj thaut tim throo Jiiq cup tIme Irish lough arid time Scots pro nunciatiou of sough such the two final consonants In the last two word repiesentlug time corresponding guttur Hs in German The editor In commcn ndd There Is one otherr bough n For ver Silenced Does your Husband find lilY fault with your cook ingr- VCeitainly n6t answered Mr Meek tons wife My hu btuuriias the chaf lag dish habit stud Is not in a posltlot tofiiid fault with anyhoilys cooking Washington SUir Waut1iagiityone TimEs eorirrnt oil uwk plaee over ttItlmomte line nt uichmoud iollo Ileilo Vre ytwlsiV No IJm noj sixty yct ShOhnng up the recolvoij like hfttlng the boz with a roeljHlebl mtomhMhonrlmtmt ills UtiilirnKeuun lnit Hti1a great 4laluLbotit his famj- Ily tree That unity account for the tales Ivej heard about his shnly piitPiiiltiduIT thin Pnts t HOW WE GUARANTEE Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder to cure Constipation j Biliousness Indigestion Dyspepsia M larit Nervous and Sick DysenteryIGo to your druggist and get a bottlje of this wonderful remedy Take it according to ejections Then ij you feel you have not been benefited enough to eel satisfied that you will be cured by its use just go back to the druggist arid tell him so and4he has our authority to refund you every cent yOu have paid him Nothing could be simpler and fairer b1it we ate so sure of the restilts of this niedicilie that we are safe in making this guarantee Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder is manufactured by THE AMERICAN PHARMACAL Co- Evansviile Ind arid sold locally by CisJ HAYDON rharmaeist I Time Kind You Have Always Bqnglit null which has been in uso ibr over 30 years lias borne the signature of aini has been made tinucv his per JSupervision since its iulnncy no one deceive yon in tills All Couutcrferts Imitations and fJustagood are batExpcrimeuts that trifle with nnl endangAr the health of Infants and CliUtlren Experience against Expcriiaemt What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OU Pare gone Drops and Sootfiingr Syrupy It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other ITarcotiQ substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys tVoraw and allays Fcverishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Vhwl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the StomiK liniifl BoweLs nrivitio healthy and natural sleep The ChliIdrdn3 PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears theJSignature of Tie Killd loll llao Always Boilit In Use For Over 36 Years INc HT read mnoielstetcut or r ate ci iuuvention tar bookUOtIoSeCUmTDAflC Patentand 1IMULMIIFtU WIU1V u Ipposite U S Patent Office Improved T ain Service Offered by the Henderson RouSe Bc twecn Louisvllic ansi St Kouls Commencing Sunday Jtine 2G jKeutuckys popular lice the Hepdersort Route vUl inaugu rate a safe and Fast Day service between Louis vlle and St Louis fn each direction and wi im prove the time and eqU nient generally of alll trdins9 WAVCCD these points Three daily tbins wilt baop crated in each Qirecyion oni tiLe jfollowicg safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 am t ip00 pmAad 700 am Arr rive St Louis GaG pmV 720 am and GlGpm- Tne quipment is brand new just from the shops of 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