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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i rr 7 us r 7 OI i I INEWMCADERI I t n c tf IlL I 01 Cyl J l t1L t t I + 4 New Series Vol XI Nt5t SPRINGFIELD SHING1ONcbj11fT JsivTUGKY SEPTEMBER dt l1904 r 1j LOQA a iAjm I II BJltoSOUr RC BOBLIII Ji HBDHIQI j SBS Thompson r1 Co UNDERTAKERS kAND EMBALMERS Carry in stock all kinds of Fanera applies PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of 7asuTngton Cunty52 miles south east of i cxin ton 59 miles from LouisviUe onBards oVr branch o- fXojsvuleand Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural disjtrict Two Banks telegraph and telephone office flour mills lumber lines express W 1100 population ofr yarns Population county 15000 Representative Congress Hon I flYsmitb HodgeriVilleKy Representative inK tuck Legis lattice Hon W D Clay rooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebarion Kyv County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fpurth Monday in February May and Octo bar oR L Durham Common wealth At torney FM Campbell Clerk JM G eachman Master COmmiss OJVf I QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court ihi lied on the tbird Monday in cacb month B J Ittsey Judge COUNTY COURT County trt meets 6n the fourth Monday in e ch mouth Ii 14i41Y Judge i WF Booker County Clerk T SMayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer tA Byron Croake Sheriff I Richard Isham rtahomer1Sidn v RH Mullican DeputiC3 Ed Masters I F Moore County Surveyor tIJunes Assessor TP OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner jI yBnsb Supt of Common Schools1P O SprIngfield CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge JJoiuGra33 MarVnl P Grigsby City Attorney 4w JUSTICECOURrrc 1 Jutlce Courts are held in January- April July and October =Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH TRey J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Sundays in each mouth at 11 am and 730 p m Sunday School every unday at 10 am- Wedncsdayray r meetinevery night CATHOLIC CHURCH jKcv P F Henuessay Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rose same hours k CHRISTIAN CHQRCHj Rev Felix Pastor Service gpcond and fourth Sunday ia each month PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH Revr D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am andat 7 pm Sunday school every r fSunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCHI Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching every nndayat 11 am and8 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8oclock Fraternal Ordeas MASONICi LODGE Springfield lodge Nor 50 meets first and third Mouda in fiach month- Washington R A Chapter No S7 meets every second Tue davISpringfield Council No52 meets on every lourth Monday KNIGHTS of ThE MACAHEES Meet e fut Ju1 Jneaibiron 4 rAMERICAN I1 SILVER IhI TRUSS LIGHT e COOL Easy to Wear Ho pressure on IHps or Back Noundersinps t1Uevcr j = 4 tK J or ale by C JJ Baydon kiW = Ihat awMl grinding scabbing pail1 t Iii tlic bck Jlri from the kidneys A y 0ef Baeates will cure It ove ryiiipat up Im anew way A dcligbtf remedy and specific for all Ktdne y nud bladder troubles Sold by Hay ddpfs Pharmacy rrthbnIwtuji 1 QtLzQjS tJ1lJlJ1Jl tJ11lII1JlJlq IlJj 1lJ1rHl lJJ 1 IrCHORD Our thwnma- n4A3c C McChord is having boquets thrown at Bim from some of th State papers and lie is being urged to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination jfor Governor The Lawrencebujrg News lasfcfweek contained tIe following There has been sojme talk througlitutI the State with reference to probable candidate for Governor in the nextjstate campaign and a number of worthy gentlemen have been named for the honor among them Hon C C Mo Chord of Springfield Mr McChord iis yet a young man but has been in publiclife for a goodly term of years and in every position held by him he has acquitted himself with credit to the state and with honorto himself 9Aa member of the State Senat he was the author of the law which gives the State Railroad Cojminission the pOwer to fix rates 6f freight where the Companies discriminate betveen sections or individuals or hereI the rates are exorbitant and to compel the furnishing of necessary conveniences for passen gers at tiife stations alpng the lines of rail oad and asa member of the ommission he has been active iii enforcing this law and by iis actions JJias been instriimenta iIi procuring better service fran the Companies and jin saving many thousands of dollars to si ippers and producers In ourj judgement no better man can be ifpund for Governor than he and the New is for him for our next Governor first last and all the time T y fIGH PRfCES It looks now A 3 ifihe tobacco growers who are fortunate enoufjh this year to rais4 a good crop of Bur ley RJllmakiei a good thing of it prodded thdy are shrewd en ugh to study and take advantage of the situatioilas itis developingi among the buyers The estS mates of tillS years crops all point to a shortage which will of course b0 a factor in forcing high prices but the main cause ofa hjgheri market is expected asa result cjf competition among the buying nterestsThe Con tinental Co or the trustVisoft course maki ig extensive preparations to buy and handle as much of4 the cropas possible and it is understood that the warehousemen of Louisville will make extra 0ffoi ts this seasonto secure aportiqn of the output from the farmers Another fac tor in the market this season willJe thje Burley Tobacco Growers Association which was organized lat year but owing to some hitch j n itsV financial arrangements 1 did not carry out its plans the promotersVf this organization we understand have now secured ample financial support andit is proposed to parry out the original plans of the organization which win guaranteet the farmers Ml advanced priVfor their product Mr WC M Chord of this place has been interested with the pro moters of tlie State organization and he reports that everything is in sfmpe to carry out the plans of the associatipn and all that offas many of the tobacco grower as possiplei A meeting wa held her a little over a year ago for iie purpose of getting the sense of the tobacco growers about joining the Growers As sedation A committee was ap pointed winchwasi to maTce a re port when the association hadl become financially strong enough to justify the llocal growers to cooperate with it The com mittee announqes that it is ready to report rf nu for that purpose meeting will be held at the Court House in Springfield I on next Saturday at 2 pm Every tolpaCco man in Washing ton county should study the sit uation a regards the market andact oin the plan which pro mises tpT Realize him the most money for his crop That is the r natural tping to do and the va non J buyinjg interests must be I mad t i alize that so far as the farmer is concerned the c ngest price g ts Iii product Vry OWN ELECTION rNotwith i stancling the fact that at- the next November election new officers f9r the town as a city of the fifth plass are to be elected no interest has as yet been man ifested in the makeup of a tick ret We have plenty of lkickers who complain of th short com iings of the officers in charge of town affairs but when the elec tion comes around there is none whotakes an interest Another thing to which we wish to call attention is the registration law Under the law enacted by the last Legislature registration has been extended to all incorpo rated towns of the Vfte Inrad ditioh registration it requires the issuance of registration cer ibificates to all persons entitled to register and provides that such persons must produce such certificates when they offer to vote A duplicate can be pro cured if the p rson makes affidavit that he has lost same by pay Inga fee of fifty cents to the county cleric The first regis tration day is the first Tuesday in October next and county clerks will be directed to see thut the proper books are pro vided and instructions given to officers of election in the towns affected by the new law Fearful OddS AailistHim Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brieff was the condition of an bid soldier by nameof J J Havens Versailles 0 Foi many years he was troubled with Kidney dis3ase and neither dp- ebrsor medicice gave him re- lIef At length he tried Elec Iric Bitters It put him on his t feet nrahcui t order and now he testifies lrm 0 UlL Toad to couipiele recovery tit4 earth for liver and kidney trou bles and all forms of stomach and bowel complaints Only LOc GuaranmuJ iyq J ilaydon Druggist SonrSomacli VJieii the quantity of foodlakon is bo large or the quality too rich dour fctomach is likely to follow and cs pecially so if the djjfejition has been Svcakened by constipation Eat slow ly and not too freely of easily digested frood IMaaticatcthc food thoroughly Let fiye hoqrs elapse between meals jinct when you feel a fullness andI iveight ii the region of the after eating take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablrts and the seurstomachwi1l be avoid d For sale by Haydons drugstore t A Powerr For Good The pill that are potent in their ac tion and pleasant in effect areD Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga sas During a bilious attack I tcok one Small as it was it did me more good than calome1 bue mass oriany other pill I ever look and at the same time the effc ttwas p1thiiitV Little Early Risers are certainly an iideal pill Sold by all druggUts LifeJentence At Lancaster Saturday the jury in the case of John Metcalf charged with the killing of bis brother Den Metcalf in April 1903 returned verdict of guilty of murder and fixed his punish mentat confinement in the penii tentiary for life Six of the jury were for the death sentence The case is without rrecedent in the annals of crime in the history of Garrard county and occasioned widespread interest The kill ipg resulted from the return of John Mecalf from Missour5 tc make his home Pn his fathers place after an absence of 9 years Ben Metcalf had been living on the faYm and resented Ivhis brothers return It was proven that John Metcalf went to Richmond and purchased aI pistol and the next evenings ot bis brother doWn in the presence of his father mother his wife Ijis brothers wife and their chit IrenV Wsfl i Baffle Everything in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt fc Co of Chicago discovered YCIfromforpies Fcr blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts turns bruIses and all skin diseases Deittialvh has no equal This has given rise td numerous worthless Counterfeits Ask for DeWittc the genuine SoH by all druggists ILIST OP PREMIUMS 1 Awarded at the Wastiing Ion County Fair MARES fOR GENERAL PURPOSES Mare four years old and over Leonard Baker let prem Buster and Sandidge 2d pram Mare three years old and under fcur Grume Bros 1st prem McClure Wells 2d prem Mare two years old and under thtee Jos A Janes 1st prem Buster Sandidge2d prem Mare one year old and under kvp Gpddard Buster l1st prem W T Smith 2d prem Mare unper one year old PS Barber 1st piem John G How til 2dprem Y- ROA DSTE a STALLION Best roadster stallion G W Poster 1st prem f Goddard Busier 2i prom BUGGY GELDINGS t Best pair buggy geldings 1 0 James 1st preniV Goddard Buster 21 prem SECOND DAY Best Berkshire boar one year old and over Orange Fry prem Best Berkshire boar under one year old Oraffge Fry prem Best sow over one year old Orange Fry prem Best sow u ider cue year old Orange Fry premP- OLAJND CHINA Best boar over one year oldI Luther Burns preniV Bet boar under one j ear old Luther Burns prem Best sow over one year old Luther Burns prem Best sow under one year old Luther Burns premVCHESTER WHITE Best boar over one year old E S Mayes prem Be 5t boar under one year old E S Mayes prem Best sow over one year old E 18 Mayes preniVundm r9 d Luther Burns prom SWEEPSTAkESb Best boar any age any breed Orange Fryprem Best sOw any age any breed Luther Burns prom Best herd of hogs owcoJ by one man Orange Fry prera SIIEEPV Best buck over ore year old G P Fisher preinV Beit buck under one year old 0 H Irvine prem X Best ewo over one yearxold C H IryineprenV X Best eve under one ear old 0 E Irvine prem SWEEPSTAKES Ewre any age C H Irvineprem- Buck any age C H Irvine prem v BUGGY MARES Pair buggy mares Leonard Baker 1st prem Goddard Bus ter 2d prem HORSES FOR GEN PURPOSES Stallion four years old and over CT Sandidge 1st prem W S Drye2d prem Stallion three years old and under four C T Sandidge 1st prem J H Scott 2d premV Stallion two years old and under three J H Scott 1st prem Grume Bros 2d prem Stallion one year old and un der two Grume Bros 1st prem J F Simm 2d premV Stallion under one year old J L Cochran 1st prem J T Lester 2d prem VSAIDLE GELDINGS Saddle gelding four years old and over oS C Mackin 1st prem C T Sandidge 2d prem- ROADSTER RING Roadster Mare or gelding I C James 1st prcm Leonard Baker 2d pram NEW YORIC SADDLE CLASS Saddle mare or gElding W S Drye 1st prem Leonard Baker 2d preinSaddlemare stallion orgeld iirig Sam Nalley 1st prom J R Walker 2dpremTHIRD DAYV BEEE CATTLE any brew Bull two years old and over I H Thurman pleml I Bull one year old and tinder two T S Mayes prem under one year old TSIBullMayes prem ICow two jears old and overT SMayespr9rnV1Cow one year old and under troT S Ma 05 re ii Cow under one year old T S W ayes prem SWEEPSTAK Bull ar y ago I H Thurman piem Cow any age T S ayes prem Ferd of beef cattlel owned by 1oneIJERSEY COWL Cow one year old and over I Anthony Grundy prem BABY SHOW Handsomest baby under two years old daughter of Daniel Mcllvoy IoSADDLE STALLIONS Stallion three veas old and- over CT Sandidge 1st rem Samii N lley 2d preriicbolt sired by Chester Dee J G Howell 1st prem JE Bowles 2d prem IsH1RSES FOR HARNESS URPOSES- JMare four years old aii4 over 1i 6 James 1st prem Tom Phillips 2d prem Iiipi Mare three years ola un der four C Sandidge 1st prem Leonard Baker 2dpreni Mare two years old nd under three J A Janes 1st pr6ih Walter Janes 2d prem t Mare one year old and under two Goddard Buster 1st prem W T Smith 2d prem 1 l Mare under one year old P S l Barber list prom J G Powell 2dp prem aGELDJNGSGilding four years old and- over 1C James 1st m W 5a Dryo 2d prem pre Gelding three years old and undJBT four S C MackinLlst prem C H McChord 2d prejht Colt sired by Waco Dard Jr J J Yowelll 1st prem I1 B Janes 2d jrem tjROCKAWAYRINQ Mare or gelding Goddard Bluster 1st prem t 2dprernV IomlPhiliPPSt l cO t anon mare or gelding rye 1st prem Sam tfalley 2d prem ROADSTER RING Stallion mare or gelding 1C Tames 1st prem Leonard Baker 2dprem FOURTH DAV JACKS I Jack three ears old andover JJP Harbferon Son prom 1thr1 Jjick one year old and under two M E Mackin prem IVJack under one year old Jfennett F Fjl Mul two years old land over Wallace McElroy JJennett one premfItwo H T Virgin J nnett under W McElroy prem S SWEEPSTAKES Jnck any age RRt McElroy VprernIJennett any age W W McSlroy1 prem i MULES JEiorse mule two years old and premHandiei two R L Parrptt yrem Horse mule under one year old C Kj Morris prem Mare mule two years old an- dover3oA Phillips 6onprem Mare mule one year old and under two I H Thurraan prem Mare main under one year old llumphrey4 Co prem EWEEPSTAJCESI horse mule any agd Wlieelec SpaldinprVeml1urt bge I H Tliur man p emVJH6mphr3doprem Pali mules either seji driven in ha Lness Ben Spaldin prem SADDLE RING Stallion mare or gel iinT C Sandidge 1st V S Dryal 2o Sam Nalley3d HARNESS PURPpEES Stallion four years olclIC over D S Carpenter Is prp i G W Foster 2d prem Stallion three years old WB I under four Goddard Duster ipreim T C Sa hdidge 2d preni Stallion tVo years old antItder three 10 James jlst prm Sam Mackin 2dl prem Stallion onli year old and wa lder two John P Sioimajlst prep Stallion vnder one jyear old Ardy Spealg 1st pretll Jt T Cocb ran Sd 1111t Best Turnout Dr J B RoBardsl 1st prem W S Drje 2d prem Best mare ard cole PS Barber 1st prem J J Ybwell 2d preinV RogersVCcmblnedprem Best double tea I C Jams J st prem Goddard Buster 21 jtSaddleand over T C Sandidge 1st prem f L L Rogers 2d premS100 BBI ard SIOJ The readers of this paper will bed leased to llearn that thereis at least ito ne dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all ija stages and that isi catarrt Hills Catarrh Cures the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a onstitutIonal disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Cafcirrn Cure is taken internally acting di- ectly upon the blooa and mucous of tle system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by J building up the Constitution and as- stngnature T in doing its work The have sd much faith in Its curative powers that they ofter One Hundred dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for llist of testimp J nials Address F J Cheney CosToledo O Sold br drup gists 75cg Take Halls family Pills for Constipa j ionV 1 i Yoa cannot cure piles by external application Any remedy to be effect ye muSt be applied inside right at- fthe seat of the trouble ManZari is f ut up In collapsible tube with ai nozzle so that it reaches inside abd j pplies the remedy where it is mosti i needed ManZan strengtheui the blood vessels and nerves so tbatpIIeid re impossible ManZan pain almost instantly heals soothes J cools and cures Sold by Haydonp Killeta Pharmacy Mal t t A dispatch from Owensboro gives the account belcwpf theJ killing of a man by Ed brines a former Sprihgfield ndlai who iis well remembered and woseff father and other relatisstill live here rhe particulars of the affair are ras follows Thom as Oldham a wellknown busi n 65 man of Ourdsville this countyshQtand instantly killed llast night t 11 oclock bvr Ed Orkeis aK irTitjii K ofthpt same place The men hadtrouble previously and in ihe afternoon Oldham had a fightdt i with a tarmer The latter a pistol and Oldham accused Qrkies of giving him the weaponll Later Oldham Wettto saloon and attempted to strike him with a lantern JOrkei t picked up a shotgun and fired pi him at a distance oi four feel tearing a hole through Oldham body Orkeis was formerly iti horse trainer and was born and reared at Springfield though hi had lived her fifteen years Or keis was brought here this morn ing and his examiring trial will be held Saturday VValialleHH The wife of Albertl L wis cot ored made a valuablq find Awhile sweeping her yard thi sweelf It js a gold dollar of the mintage of 1864 It iis somewhat defaced by Us long burial and the probable causes that led to it but the figures which consist bf 13 tar on each side of the coinapro file of the Goddess of Liberty a wreath and the date are plainly legible The Lewis homestead was the form property of Un leJim Hill vhosn usefulness was in the ante bellum days and who bought the place soon after free domeOn tbe maternal aide ho of Albertwas the grandfather Lewis the urbane porter at the depot and an attache of thejfcho is still inforce so the property the familyUncle Jim had tthe misfortune to lose his home and property by lire many years ago It was known at the time that Uncle Jim had money burned This coin shows signs of its baptism of tire and evident ly belonged to the cqiu that wns burned in the hoseNewlavenE- cho A neW theory that Is proving fac cessful in the cure of Cofhs Lwg and flrbnchlai affections is offered I- ilices LaativC Honey and Tar TIit- iemedy cuts the mucUS heal the ofVthC thr- aiags tttembranous UBinl and lirolc1dal tube wards olI raeumonia and itreagtheas tkesy tem generallY Crosp an4WkOP1 disappeir b flH t eaaconVgh noW before the uasliine tptl- eseaastSiT1T r lePaiIt 1IC1 JUIII I L1VVVo liV OGlIiINJJ 1ifiW fSJ II1 IUNHEALTHFuLSome of the presidents in the southern side oftthe town re making lloud com laints against the foul and un ealt1iful condition in which the town branchis allowed toremain everal sewers empty into the branch or rather where thell branch should be and since the ry weather the filth is allowed t cumulate until it is amen ace to the health oilhe neigh borhood besides being very disC agreeable A formal protest i ned by a large number of cit izens has been circulated but a remarkable circumstance in con nection with the protest is that no one has yt been found one whom to serve it Men who are upposed to holdthe office of own Trustemphatically deny when approached with a ptotest they hold the office They Eat they have resigned4ind they have At any rate omething ought to be done to bate the nuisance or an epidem ic of sickness may be expected THURMAN WILL WIN The Taylor County Enquirer las the iCollowing tosay of Judge Thur man Circuit Court will convene Im this city next Monday mornj ing and this is the first cour held in the district since the eath of our lamented friend Jndge Charles Patteson Judge Tburman recently appointed by Qov Beckham will fill out the tferm until an election will be Held which will take place at the regular November ele tior Judge Thurman is an able law year and the Governors ap pointment gives general satis faction It is the opinion of politicians iin this county tnat he vtill w Dtbe nomination on Sat urday October 1 with ease i AFTER OFFICE Our brother nSewspaper man R D Thorn bjory Editor of the Lebanon Ealcon has the political bee in ibis Dopxifit to the extent that he Ssannounced hjmsei N3 a can date for Representative ui lje next Legislature subject to the aotion of tie Democratic party Brother Th +rnbury has his pajd vinouncement in the rival paper the Enterprise which together with his own paper should give him advertising necessary to put his name before the peo pie Mr Thornbury on ac 56unt of his profession should be in touch with the people and should make a good representa tiye IDIVORCE SUIxA divorce suit was filed in the Circuit Court at thiS pla e by Mrs Jen nie Barlow against Richard Barlow Jr The petition al leges among other things that tile defendant drove her from hbme with a shotgun She asks for divorce and alimony and sves out a general attachment against all of his property asks for the custody of her bhild and an order restraining the defend aift from interfering with her Or her childISOLID Judge Ike Thurman has made himself solid enough among the people of Green county to be designated as one of Hour people by the county paper The Green County Re cprd saysU A number qf our people including Judge I H 4TnlAyers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickliRf throMlMci iaCoughVRlatbehIa1lt CherryPectoraL jRI5Wffflfl 1f k aliduci streRttbcM Your dsdOt W- WcxthlgtOyOa Fhk9V- afl OUt tJ ouIII medld we bsvs sIM Aysi anrHI Ser yI IS bs1sI 1tW A aM i ipp II eo for Weak Thrxmts vettflt1Y I t I ThjUrman Sprigfield attencet he B Mbntgbmety sale Wedv nesday A Botil ffloe for We With family around expecUn him to die and a spa riding fork J f IiNewion Coughs and Colds W HVBrown of Leesvile Ind en durt d deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderfulI medicinei gave instant rejief and soon cured him He writes aInnw I leep soundly every tight Like marvelous curesf 0 rcono JI sumption Pneumonia Broncrii hitis Coughs Colds and Crip prove its matchless mer t fbc all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and jill r rial bottles free atC j flay donsDrugs1ore- Caret of BriMsDlSBasfi i Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red MiuJ Lawrence Co N Y writesill hadt kidney disease for aaaqy years nc11iad1 been treated by physicians for 12r years had taten a well known kidnoy medicine and other remedies that wcri l recommended but got na relief until began using Foley Ktdney Cure The first hall bottle relayed me ndj I four bottes have cured me ef thia ter I rible disease Before I began taking Foleya Kidney Cure I had to mak4i water every fifteen minutes day an night and passed a bnckdust substance 1believe I would have died I I ilbad not taken Foleys Kidney Cure Sold byWood Campbell j l killed ely I CarV fIIJ The Louisville Times givesi tin jtfaccident of the child of the lat ir Ed Udelen formerly of Ithi place Leo Edeleri an eightyean oli J orphan who liv d with his sis lteir Mrs A D Mackin 2424 Ves Broadway was struck fay westbound West Broadway car NV 613 within a short distance n his home at t3Q oclock tin morning arid was almost ifistkml t ly killed The car was opera by MotPrpaan George Nallej who is a suitor of the little iqi tim SVIfor Mss Mary Edelen 1L urmlicrii law is also a motorman Leo Edelen had been playin daioty with a few of his conj p 1 ions on the north side of tJ street cn Broadway betwic Twenty fifth and Tweutj sixl streets Leo quit playing aijl said he was goiug home breakfast It is thought thatimust notbave se n the appro6 ingcar as he darted out IB fro ti of it The cir had stopped for a pasM ngfr to alight at Twerrt fifth street and Motornaan NalIhad just put on the full cufre tt I when he saw ths boydaab frc4 the sidewalk running towa 4 the tracks He reverd t current and applied the bql aVIas hurriedly as possible battwls unable to avoid the accideotJ i It The lifeguard struck tle b IlegsI the limp body acros i tVlifeguard with part of it dra ging The car ran about fiCtet feet before it camiQit stoVThe child waruaconscipus wlw picked up and dial before physician could b3 called TI Iswere bally cut and bruised an t it is thought tnt be was late nallf injured The bodf was rt moved to his hoewliere Tj 11winMo Me1i was a apnolu late Edward Edeks a faraaJr Washington county jSJ jprM died thrst years ago ms ia ily then movi i to i Louis vi The mdtber Mrs Annie C B Ten died llast March Since i thescKiWrett have ben livinpf al toe borne offtheir brotWin Ui A D Mackin wHo m aMdlot man eiaploycd by Uie Louis viil JltHway Company The Jita I Tictino Is survlyed by twutns1 Mrs A D Msckitt W Mi FtoriAn MUlMhA- liceVDt Edelen ctt brothers Jositp JSdeteo i Jama BdfIef who ki1 UH U PliNthI iiesayaetsP likit a pttttrI faby Iyo11iarmici THE NEWSLEADER fi1UL11XD VLERY TXUWAY t IAYEAM IN ADVANCE SPRIMGFIELD KY E L DAVISON Jr 4 zinfOaUfp PC5USRZX- rLecalor Vvlnw BoUces 10 ceilk pe I eluHq1i1entinsertlo C lls on candIdates and political matter 1jts Prlin I J Job work Is done at low rates but cash list be paid on delivery of goods Ai rtlsiBg contracts made on liberal rnw Obltuarie and resolutions of respect 3 nts per line t I LNNOtXcaxEcT- 0 b casty Iat t ratI250 CtuntyOMcen1 500 MstrlelCMBces IrtJo THORSDAY SEPTEMBKB 1904 e For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce i H THURMAN 1n1 a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of this the Eleventh Judipial olstrict composed of Washington Marion Taylor tfl1fJXCCfl counties subject to the action of the Demo- ycratic party l It will be tothe interest of every farmer and tobacco grower iin Washington county to attend the meeting called for Saturday c afternoon next at the Court- House this place We belpive Cthatthe tobacco men of the coun ty will learn something material ly to their advantage They at least can lose nothing by attend I ing thismeeting andlearn of the plans to be laid before them con cernng a market and prices for dSj their tobaoco crop a subject 0which will interest them all Perhaps many of the tobacco t men have already heard ofthe V Burley Tobacco Growers Assc ciation and the efforts which are being made by its promoters to handle the Burley Tobacco crop 6 this year It is impossible in the brief space of this article for us to give the plan but it will be iully explained at the meeting Mr W C McChord one of our k county men has ben instrumental in promoting the financial end of the concern and he has just returned from New York with assurances of all the capi tal needed to carry out the plans for buying The important point twhicll will be made and the one which every tobacco man canujff derstand and appreciate igthat tssociation pf poses to atonce- put buyers in the field and offer a schedule otpricesi forte pres bigherJNEWSLEADER is interested in this matter only for the farmers We want to see the hard work ingi tobacco growers get the benefit of high prices for their products and we beleive that if the farmers will cooperate with Growers Association that Ithet I high prices for Burley tobacco will come and come to stay The meeting will be called at 2 i oclock Saturday afternoon and every farmer should attend All indications point to amend of the great stockyards strike at Chicago All the unions involved in the strike voted secretly on the proposition of abandoning t the strike and it is stated on ygqod authority that a large ma rjjority voted that the strike should be brought to a close without delay After the vote was taken there was a stampede of strikers to the stockyards where they clamored for work- Between 1300 and 1400 were given employment but in most q cases the men who tookrtliet places of the strikers are retained i The Japs have Gen Kuropab kin on the run and it is evident that the great war which is re suiting so disastrously to the Russians is nearing the end When troubled jvith constipation 4try Chamberlain Stomach and I iveri Tabcts They are easy to take i and j rO lHce no griping or other unpleas ant erect For tale by Haydons iS ri1t0re TlJBgs Dysp p ia Tablet cure mdi gestiCH ype p hand ttfedgtheBs tIe s4oach Sold by1 Uaytlowi Phar macy r Wavea TrPstmRt flynppwiftM Wood CenUbMli kla eraotioM 1Tr THENE SLEADER 1 I mro ftrtfefr tfOAiHiSHWO Atffftf tfaK i iWV MnW HW qjmnju UHV I t J Ipews r9The County j1 i iipnln it3n thl1ung People 1 i I as Reported by our Correspondents L c1SMb REST1ILLEc Born on August 30th to the wife of UO Offutt a 12 pound boy Born on August 30 to r 4he yjld of Sam Green air 8 pound I tJ3oth mothers and a babes art doing well Mr JMv Wall sold a stickling mare mute colt to Joe Wake eld for =7 The ewas an average crowd out ti bear RevB F Adkins preach at Nev Hope chutch lasti Sunday Protracted meeting will begin at New Hope Baptist church ithjrd S nday night inI this monjih Seer of our people tdolrin the Bardstown fair Saturday Work has commenced on thb different turnpikes Irj Jc Goatley of Illinois has returned home after spending a couple o weeks with his brother Everett Goatley of this place Our Postoflice will be discon tiqued acter a few days Anyone needing jjoxes to put On4V D No 1 should apply toiW O Ellis Rev itirkandee of Jefferson county will assist Rev Adkins in the pictcactcd meeting tit the Now Hope Baptist church Tobaciio men are rushing their crops teethe barn However it will I e the last of September before at is all housed School opened Just Monday at Maud with Miss Florence Stal lard as teacher Capt Andrews house att aud- is I near Completion und will be ready to imove into by Septem bir22 Mrs Jjosie Settlei and daughter Elizabeth are spending this J week with relatives in bpehcer count IPalham Springs r r The teachers association which was bLId1heze Saturday proved t9 be very interesting butt on account Of the weather it wasnt as weil attended as would have been tyr E E Brown cf Will- iS urgj was President Most all the tethers were present Prof Sanders closed a sing ipg schqollat Fairview cnch Sunday ProJiacred g eting 50 closed there Sunday Prof Santtersi will begn a singfBg schooll hero next Saturday morn ing at 9 c cloctr Mr Iv in Carey is on the sick list at this writing A gra dold music party was given at thelhomeof MI Mat t Wells Saturday night Music was rendAre jjy Messr Ilildre3 Shields Charlie Shield Charlie Ruby of Bloomfield and Miss Claudia r Royalty of Pleasant Hill All seemed to have a good time Protraqted meeting will not begin unlTuesdav aft rl the 3rd Sioday m September I Miss aster NoelJ spent the last two weeks with her sisterr Mrs Dell Carey of this place The two little children of yr Earl w Wiho have teen very sick of typhoid lever are some better As wte havnt yfet had a rain since our last writingpf coursE we would be glad to see a shower as everythings wanting rain very badly Valley Hill h Owing p the illness of your correspondent the Valley Hill letter wiltllbe somewhat short this week i i Miss Hattie GuthrH t hob been visiting relatives in this section returned to her Jiome in Casey couuty Friday DBthdM1M B tBerry of Casey county arovisit iingtatf th hmeofMr mrFMoan tmsVweekf 1 f Miss TinyRed is thetpleas r rJ3neclic1Janes Thomasjlieed and vifeisited relative njear Maud Sunday jfrjnk J ineso l netr 2pur town is jn our iastthis week wererOctfzenl L MW lE Irthatas as the NEWSLEADER which appears on the same dateE Walter Goitley who has bean quite ill for the past few days is bletobeoutagainThe vicinity are burning up A weeks rain is badly needed and if it does net come we wont make a half crop t ofcoru HHIsboro The long drought was brokin here last Thursday by a nice rain People say that water had not beeri so scarce since 81 Wells and springs failed during this dry spell that neVer did be lore But View famished springs and ponds have been greatly re plenisbed and pastures are look ing better The farmers are getting along nicely with their tpbaceo cutting Abouidne half of the crop has been housed The past Ten days have been cool and afforded an excel lent time for cutting A few cropsll JJhere have already been i lOc Z P Leachmaq bQuita horse from Davis Settles llast week Pticou kno1nIMrs John Armstrong gave ah apple peeling one night hut weIr which was well attend dr and a lot of apples were peeled Before leavins iier daugnter Miss Pturl entertained the crowd with some excellent music ren derdd outhe orgar TheTye wheat and oats crops herehave not yet been threshed iknd we aie ven anxious for a fra it will soon be time to sow gra macliinemay see tips wo woiiH be glad for him to give us a call We met Jim Oder last week and he was all smiles but no wonder a bounciag big Demo cratic voter is at his hume Charlie Bazil Mother and babe are both doing nicely Mesdames lEmma Leac man and Anna Godby vlsltedfriielvds infackvi1ieFriday t W EutherTand rind wife and WtJatnmack and wife attend iia fish dinner at Mr Richard Jsons near Tatham We are requested to say Rev lerSunday morning at 11 oclccU and also Sunday night All are invited to attend and hear one of his excellent sermons LiLAC GIYCII Up To Die 5B Spiegc 1204 N Virginia Street Rvauaville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with ki ltiey aridbladder aflectlons which caused meniucli pain cud worry I lost flesh and wn all run down and a year ago hadtu abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who diJ me no good and I was practically given up to die Fo1eyKidneyCur- wasreco iminded and the first bottle gave thC great relief and after taking the second bottle I was entfrelJ cured SoHby Wood Campbell BoclenUr a Salve Has world wide fame for mar veious cures Ii surpasses any other salve Jotiou ointment or bh1mfor cuts corns burns boils sores fen ulcers totter lIICart Wrights Crock Prestoa Phillips of neur Leba byMissesSunday sIisIimproving at this writing 1Edd Osborne Fonzy arid Len and flezzie Smith JeftI Monday for Gethsemani College where they will attend school for the next session They have the correspondoLt Masses Mamieand Katie Scan nell of Louisville who have been visiting Miss Fronifi Medley for the past two weeks returned horn Monday accompanied by their father Mr Battle Scannel J R 0 B san of SVrncentsii I PillsAyerPi11 j IWat DYEabcutffijt 03 Q5LZeuusz ci Q4Acxdemy is here on a visit to re latives Miss Fronia Medley entertain ed Friday night in honor of the Misses Scahnelof Louisville Misses Mary B and Jessie Carric entertained at their home Thursday evening in honor of their visitors the Misses McLain VfiB Cambron of Sprin tfieid and Miss Lillie dambron of Louisvilie visted Sidney Os borne and family last week IBorn to the wife of Robert Orkies on Sept 1st a girl Has SOld A Pile 0Oi Clihffllieriaiiiss Conii Remedy c I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty Tears an1 it hasgiven entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can recommend it highly Joseph McElhiney Lintonlowa You will find this rem edy a gooU friend when troubled with a cough orcold It always affords quick relief ard is pleasant to take For sale by Haydons drugetore From 148 to 92 Ppniifls One of the most remarkaLle case of a cold deepseated en the mugs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who wasentirely crred by the use ol One Minute Cough Cure Sue savs i4The coughing and straining so weak cncdme that I ran down in weight from 148 to 9l pounds I tried a num ber of remedies to no avail until used One Minute Cough Cute Foui bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the couch strenfjthenec fir Inngauct restored me to my nor wegbtheajthiandstrengt1f Sodt bya3fdrgists MackviHe Culvih Sfiewmaker bought a two year old colt of Henry Ccnc liy Willis urg at6O Miss MjntliR Cunningham j Gornishvilie is visiting MiFf Janie err Will Harmon solla bunch d YpO Ib steers to Dave Bottom at 3c Miss Melvenia Wycoff after ar oxteiHted visit to relatives ir Boyle county h returned IDkgaion bought a bunch tyfcalves of differ Dt parties at 135Oeach Miss Janie Deer entertained the young people Saturday evening in a most charming manner iin the elegantly furnished office of our popular doctor W T Birnett B F Bugg sold a mare mule colt to o WChmden at 165 he- also sold a buuch of 255 lb shoats to JT Tobin at 4c J D Sweeney and wife and Mrs Maitha Tumey lleft last week for the St Louis Expo i tiop they will also visit othei points in Missouri- S K C field of Lawr neeburg is in our midst buying oak tim her in the tree t80cpcr 100 ft poplar 1 per 100 ft and walnut atl 50 to 3 per 100 ft J A S arp bought a buncn p 225lbhogsof Uottoiri Walter at 4c also a cowand calf at 25 We are sorry to report our popular babker J YoSallee quite sick and threatened with fever Miss Hattie Cozatt a charmng lady of Columbus Ga iis visit ing the family ol R P Hendren Miss Clora Ireton of Boyle ccantr is Visiting Miss Flora Matherly f T T Wingato and wife of near Danville were guests of the farm ly of Johnnie Wycoflf the first of the week TieSiorcCulstlieMaa A weak stomach weakens tile man t becaueit annot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot tc restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to t1e stomach A weak stomach can not digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tIred and ran down limbs and gansof the body Kodol Dyspe sin Curd digests what you cat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indicestion dyspepsia and allstomach troubles Sold by all druggists Pleasant Hill Rain seems to be the leading subject in tjiis vicinity how and has been for Severall weeks Rain ir needed badly withAis and I am certain there isnt anyone j who would object to a fine rain Born to the wife of Speed Shirley on the 29th a fine toy ISiJas Burkhead i has his new residence about completed ShNds MItchEll of TayIt rs yule were in this community last r week buying stock The two children afMr John I Harla who have been very ill with typhoid fever are improving Thomas Trent oi Pleasant Grove was In this Iccaility lastl week buying hogs at tcl Isaac Armstrong hd the misfortune tc lose a valu able horse Saturday night Little Birdie Brow i Who has has been ill for so long jand wbciI has improved somucb lately we are sorry to report is not so well now Mr Elijah Kuyler will arrive here some time this month horn Mini r III with the remains of hs son who died lat January- Interrmentwill take j lace at Mt Freedom I Emeneiicy Itfups fIt is a great convenience to have at hand reliable reraedief fojj use in cases of accident and for slight injuries ajjd ailments A good liniment atil one notlaPain Balm By applying it promptly to a cut biuise or burn allays the pain and causes the injui7to heal in about ona third the times t sualTy rc qnircd and as it is an antiseptic it prevents any danger ot blood poison iri r WhenPala Balm is ceptat hand a sprain maybe treated tefore infla mation sets lai which ins4res a quick recovery For sale by Ha dons drug store i Bees Honey and Tar ps different from all other remedies entered for the relief of cough lung anl bronchial troubles It contains Antiseptic pro perties that destroy the ferms and Solvent properties that cut the phlegm allowing it to be thrown 0ft moves the bowels gently iCures Croup Whooping Cough and Ccldsin ono r night Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Brush Gray This community is ery dry and te are needing ainvery badly1 Stock water is vjjry scarce and also lvbiki g water in some places IThe well at ourschouis ready for walling rhere is plenty of FredfroJDPsonis Ike Chesserand tobaCJ visited Mr BillMilburn Mr Mart familY nd wife and Frank wife werevlsiling in Moore llle last Monday i GF1 TilE IGHED OHARkIITEff Jood 6c Campbdl cctrRdunc If IVHona Palls to mauc Have Wood Campbell sign the following guarantee tfhen you buy a ox of Miona nature cure for dyspepsia GUARANTEE We hereby agree tu T fund the money paid for Miona oii return of the pmpty boxes if tlie i urchaser tells us that it has failed to cure ttroublesfhisguarante Ixxea ora months treatntent Wood Catapbell is a remarkable preparation Iltuonat up the digestive gans and quickly gives perfect health and strength It will cuctbe rorst cas of Indigestion or the deprsssed irri tate4 state that afflicts nea rly everyone who liaR stomach troy ale ILls Inot a were digestive like U e pepsin tablets but Is a rctucJy that absolute ly and positively cures dyspepsia and restores perfect health to te diges tive organs L Wood Campbell can- tell you of many of their customers wbo recojn mend Mloia becaunc it cured them tttcr t tan all estimorilal tliougl1 is the guarantee under whijbh licna i sold It is a plain positive tjtatcment that Jf this remedy docs not relieve you of indigestion It wHl colt you ab solutely nothing LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield postofllce lor week Sept 7 1904 V Jim Bernard Hank Conner jMarvinJHardesty Spaldirig Ii Persons caning rtnesO letter Will pleases advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M to at Be Imupscd lifoley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar an a throat ahd lung remedy and on account of the great merit aid popularity of Foley Honey ItfItIO trite offered as no other preparation yjjl give the same satisfaction It mildly laxative It contains ho opiates all it safebtfor children and persons Sold by Wqpd 4 ic1eHcateI Notice Taxpayers j The state and countytaxes fort the year 1904 are now due and all persons owing same will pldase call on me cr my deputies l 1ani settle without furtheri delay whjcb i ill 1BYfloNCnOAl s r-p tf Sheriff WC y SQJe1 s for Old Hickory aod Sudebakerk agons I Headquarters fARM i1I McCLIRE h c DEALERS IN10 Iit Buggies Iml men s Grain and Fi1d Seee J 1 Ira aJt6stlt We Biggiesi Surreys of llg the purchaser Agents tiojr the Syracuse Btillgide t PloyvHt and examine our extensive line of Harness CoIlatsl Workl Gear Buggy Robes and Horse Btlankets BEED WI EAT fyCashPaidfor 1 HIDES and FURS S f Farms for Sale f Wehavc ir our charge for sale the following described tracts of land and will take great pleasure in showing any of them to prospective buyers MCELROY WHARTON 200 acre farm 1Jt miles from Springiield good small house gbod barn placJe well fenced and watered mostly itf grass Price 10 per acre 26 acre place 5 miles from Springfield right on the pike good house ana barn all good land firstclass tobacco land Pric 1300 100 acre farm 7 miles fiom SpriDgfield light on the pike new five room house new barn farm well watered and fenced Land inhigh state of cultivation Price25 per aero 30 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on pike good six roon house all good outbuild- ingsi pleny of water and well fenced 81100J 170 acre farm 9iils from Sprioglield go uTioiise and barn tobacco land well Tafeied and fenced Price 1000 t ntlcsromSpringfieldl and in high state ot cultivation small three room house and good barn Price 1800- So acre farm 5 miles fron Springfield right on pike small house and barn plenty of good tobacco land Prjce 2500 201 acre place 7 miles from Springfield handy to church and school well fenced Landau in good shape good 3 room house and small barn700q 14 acre farm 2I miles from Springfield 6 room house good stock and tobacco barn i arm mostly in grass Price40 per acre 200 acre farm 5 in from Springfield good arid barn all good land illills of bottomland well J plenty of timber Price 50 acre AND STUCK SALE On the premise the farm known as the Wain placej 6 mia s north of pryigfield in the PleasantGSrove peiffbborhobtj will sell at public salejon- TTJESDATj OCTOBER 4th beginning tl p m the farm containing 137 acres onehalf in cultivation ana the balance in grass Place has on it agopd six room brick dwelling andall necessary outbpilding hasItgood orchard and the place is well watered Farm contains seme good tobacco land and isa very desirable farm copveniont to school and church I will also at the same time and pl4cescllthefcllowing Two good work mares one pair 2 year old horse mules one two year old mare Ole yearling horse one suckling horse colt 2 Shorthorn cows 2 weanling calves 12 stock hogs sowand 81 pigs 50 No 1 jrodd stock owes one buck About 500 bushels of corn some baled hay and Straw kiIphments TERMS OP SALE For the farm reasonable terms and willl be announced pn day of saq On personal property a six months credit with good bankable note wi tteI required on all sums of 10 hd over trader tthat mount nash W At THOMPSON lDr DadesLUtlfi Liver Pills cure Liver ills SoldIby Haydons Phar macy MkMadLst I IOln1K1DNIYCOII G for all SUPPLIES i iPhone No 20 i aL selitoal j antiiI WELLS SPRINnFID nJKtUi rChilI6d f FOR CHILDREN regulatesthe s COIJtpJaint1iiI lays Oar baby was msttnc awar i seemedbeyondgave hun up Owens Pink Miitirire NHe ftHlee witsit this Iper ipIe aa4 book DYSPEPSIA fneadlfrU TIll VV FLOYD MEDiaNE I CO JBi Zkad5kwttuI I Fpr sale by C J Haydon IharmacistJr r- L ii QQiRaret 1 v ii tsj 1i aO s e 1 11aiiii kc ltSfttftn Ii J f fgEtit qncJ tIIrtJ JI f i tr f t utiU Grcrlf t f1 1 fitD in1ikk Louisiana ncfTerHory tl Sleepihjj rind Reclining J Chair Cars J fit f dl C TOWNSEND It T 4G MATThEWS ttPassenger md Ticket Acnt TraceJag rasscnegeak 11 f GT LOWS l itJVq hll l th6 same to me properly provenI on or before October 1 to aiy attorney bt office in Springfield Kyr on hi1 befQre said date JOHN COLLINS Admr of Mrs Susan M Buckman A tVell Eearncd Leisoa Among the village schools lin thfc Ty rot Is one which Is conducted on theI sOJInueedJ habit of addressing the master as thou Instead of with the more Je spcctful you Qucc the bishop announced lila Inten Hon of Inspecting the school Tlio master thereupon called the children together and told them that they must on jno acwnut sriy du to the blshep but must instead nlvrays nddrcsa him i aj Euro brshofllchc Gaadcn A little later the bishop arrived and wn received with becoming revcrcncp IirprUcr to test the knowledge of the children In matters religious he asked them Tell me try children which7 Is the eighth commandment Whereupon up rose a shrill chorust Your episcopal lordship shall not IIBEES Laxative SouhwetSY3trVnunto isur5Arkansas if1llscnplivc1 IlIfUSjUIM4 HONEWAR p I An jmpioTement ow aJ11 Cough I ung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs StreafUstoi the Lungs tD4 Gently Motet the we1s l JpodJ PillllII Qlace U s A l I JW tl Any Q froma a Carload ins f handle Carts Call 9tv6od LAND Tornado UiscBirrol OQliyer P1ev I enoughit tMiItlCHmt1JMC FLOYDS TABLETS flVOi9 rLt0 1UlJl ti J texas TniGjujhFullhidh Frea t 13eat LOUISVILLE l WFGrtgsby t Uour- elcopnllortlshlfJ u Busheic Commissioners ale Fiit i E G htobliti drJ etc Plis- vs i Ham Pile Guar etc IEqiDefts Ift By virtue of a Judgment a dor e of sale ofi the Wasbrnetop Cirq ffiltLptcceadHouse door Springfield Kj on MONDAY SEPT 26 J9C4 aGar bout 2 oclock pra Ybe County court day to the high jjifbijderat public auction upon a en jji cf 6 and I2tnonths the following scribed property tpwit of nla 1Two tractsor parcels lying girl being in Washtegi hf county Ky I tractlNo 1 boud ed as follows BeginqiDg itrstone in tthe line of JPSstlft near and corner to New x ch rct1theDces261 e x to Sstopr Il sard line te i s 61 w 38 poles to a stone nl side of hill thence n24i w 41 pos tca stonein branch the e n 47 e 17 poles toia gatepost c r tier to graveyardib thence wAh same s 24 e 184 pole to a to thence n 24 w 17 poUstQ n ito ie one pole south of chsirrhi I itfccnce n649 tpolest9J thjel B JlandtIabove boucdary 2acres more less Tract No 2 Beginnj at a paint where dirt road No intersects the Mdoresvillejji I Booker turnpike rondU en I norh with said road toWirJ Bo lifts lice thence with said Bol litts line to the line of Emnii Settle and Charlie Butler thncf with their lino to the arid tttr pike rop thence with said t ttinf pikdoad t i the beginning co tainjng 30 acres naoce piliesL- Fbr the parckai vles tea p chaser or purohaaeri witt ap4rvie- curlty or afeikc WB t tx bone beaaitig JefM interest fmalj of iale until paid wt hlnj Lb and effect of A JHdgMMi will brqilrd to soply proswpt with thewj term iX Q C ACH IfAK K C W cliorLza5rithilIWis8itiis St BIJR N RKDENT DENTIStr TEETH EXTRACTED j fif Omens Hagfta Blockup stairs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly FIrstcass1r tRJ H LAMPTON 4 I OFFICE In Opera House i4i DKSJSOQ SPItING FIELD KY O1FICEDr Rineharts for i mer offices over Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12to2p- mWFGRIGSBY iSS ATTORNEYATLAWf ilJmce over Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD KY Dr SL M Green DENTIST All kinds of dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord JphoneSO SPRING FIELD KY M t1W HYATT ft ft SPRINGFIELD KY Ofllce in Peoples Bank Building Resdchce 93 Tdephonesf f Office 95 f JAIYIE GRAVES PflACTIA- IWatcaiIker adl Jeweler I f J Carriesalineofi Watches Clocks p ad Jew jry Repairing a Spa culty ocuted atT W Simms Jr oldl law office opposite Court House Springfield Ky Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule POW itf effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 4t Leftyes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junction I 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arr yes at Springfield 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield atl 530 am Bardstown 617 am 4 Bards ovn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am JAf INo 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstownj 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm NoU4 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm- Bardstown JurtDtion1 485 pm arVives at Louisville 54o pm 4 No 90 Sundays only Leaves I Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am 4 tfo OlSandays onlyLeaves Louisville at6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown 735 poi arrives at Springfield 825 pm JOHN Y MAYES FUKERAL DIRECTOR rT m EMBALMER TELEPHONE 5DAX191NIGHT74 SPRIHQFIELD K Y Have You Hauling 4i TO DO ff sO Call U J Lr ALLEN Stlthe Depot i JRElGHT JNDTfilELS Id Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything in lhehauKng l ine done csreiully and at easonable rates THONE22 t FOlEYS- IIDNEYGURE74 Will cure any cue of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the leach of medicine ttTVEN liP TO DIE Ji ItHllIt X VirgiM xcurnIIi JHriForodCNwt4kkk Ddbsdd2 sUSs I1ctIgwnbIorok faUN Dd 1 aff im ya4Mr SJb c was ieossds4 aM tII boM mttnriM ucIftK taklo tb JIom1 botil I WM tstlrelf tf5W iWLZS s W pta and fiM A 1 1HfiI TOWN rIwW mNi O1Wth Local Happenings of Interest The Freshestand Latest AltAboutYourselT Friends J and Acquaintances it 4TOff fiWMW rAI nice reed rocker 3 50 kind 275 at Campbells We still have nice fat Imcn atI 124c at CampoeUs Dont forget we handle fresh bread now at Campbells BORN 0n Sept 2d to Mr andMrst Jil Wirasatt a son A full line of new fall ready to wear veils ptc at Mrs Williams l See our glded glassware the prettiest tbi g in lown at Camp bells See OJl 750 bedroom suits eqtfal lo 250 elsewhere At- C m bells For asa dieor set wagon breeching or wagon lines get our prices at Campbells Tin cans this week at cost Now is your ime to buy C W Hagan If you are oingto havq a public sale sreS M Campbell at Oampbells grocery for your auctioneer V FOR SALEI A good second hand pheatomnewly painted and in first class Icondition Apply to ELDavidn Jr FOR S nice Buck LEJIA S LITSEY pingfield Ky 1tF DtNo1 M isses Willie Mayes Regina Clements and Rebecca McWhoi ter will be jvtflh Mrs Williams this season and ask their friends to can I Messrs C FBosley Democrat and Thos JMiller Rub liean have been appointed elec tion commissioners for thisI county Both of these gentle men are well qualified to serve in that capacity i My stock will be more com plete than ever this fall In few days will have in an elegant line patterns select 3d in the Jargest houses in Stf oiiis and other cities Prices reasonable Come in Mrs Williams Mrs J G Mansfield und Miss M Clellan are attending MilliI rery openings this week of the wholesale houses of Cincinnati Indianapolis Louis Chicago and Louisville SIt They will be prepared to w the most upto date hats of the season on their return i We call alien ton to the adver tisement in thi issue of the public sale of the rfarm and personal property of Mr WA Thompson in the Pleaiant Grove neighborhood Mr Thompson is go ing into other business and will sell out his stock and farm The sale is to be on Oct 5jb- HaLEdelen dfc color was triedlI before Judge Litsey llast week on a peace wanjanfc sworn out by Mr Sli tmanMartinaneighbor- Martintestifie that the negro had threatened to kill him arid his family and burn his property arlltinspptEdelfundert j t S M Campbell reports Har rodsburg court Monday as beicig largely attordedi Some 4 or5 mule colt buyer therel and any where from 105 to 200 colts charged hands at from 20 to 89 according tc quality Some 60 tO 80 cattle on the street Sold eight 2 year old heifers at 1450 each ffve year old steec at 2010 each 1Q plain yearling steers 11 each l weanling heifer 11cow11 ujp old buggies at axvold price The many fiiends o Miss Willie glad to learn Knott11lbei g to open up a in Spring field this se asonJHer firm will be known asuJjhe Knott Company and will have elegantly PeopleBajkfor business abc ut the 15th of i September when she will be de lighted to meeth friends Miss Knott will can jr an ex lusiv line of Ladies Trimmed and Keadytowear lats and chilJ drens head weai fGeorge Colin jand Ben Medley went to Bloomfield Monday to do TOPICS = MUVM q = the battery work for the Bloom fields in a game of ball between that club and the Stars a crack team from Louisville The game w4s a good one and resulted in a victory for Bloomfleldby a score of7 to 2 Cojvin and Medley are said to be responsible for the victOry as besides doing fine battery work they assisted ma terially in the run getting Col yin scoring three and Medley two of the seven runs made by their side Teachers Association The Teachers of the Willisburg Magisterial District Teachers Association held their annual meeting at Tatham Springs Saturday September 3d Owing to the unfavorableness the weather in thei forenoon several teachers dil not attend and the attendance wasjiot as large as pftethe county were present with a few trustees and anumber of patlroris and pupils j The following subjects were welt discussed School Govern ment Ivan Keeling The Philosophy of an Education WL Keeling Tie Relation of Teacller to his Profession E T Franklin How can phrents be riterestedthe Schooll Miss Clara Shepherd Teaching as a Profession Mrs Kate Sliewmaker What Education Rightly is EE Brown The forld we live in Miss Lettie Bishop Also the subjects The Influence of Teacher on Pupils now to conduct Recitations How to excite interest in study The Responsibility of the Teacher The use and abuse of the rod and The Teacher at Recess were taken up in open discussion anl some gdod prad tical thoughts were presented by Messrs O Peters E P Bed man VL Keeling E T Franklin L Misses Anna Clay brooke Clara Sheperd and others The meeting was pre sidedj over by Mr E E Brown ofWillisburg TItlug teachersI were MissJAnnti Claybrooke and Mrj E Ti Franklin of Texas MrO Peters of Mackville E P Ded man land W L Keeling of Chaplin A bountiful dinner was spread and leveryono sQemied to enjoy the day It is hop d that all members of the Association and a larger numberof trustees and patrons will attend these meet ings as they are certainly profit able to all School Opens School opensbin the new bpild irig for the first term of the year 19045 Monday September 12 A competent and experi enced corps of teachers have been Engaged and the most suc cessful year in the history of ithe ilIdancan enrollment of more than 300 T he course of study includes all tile eight grades and a collegiate and normal course besides The ashipgtollcountyIliVn complete and thorough education for their children lessened by being brought near to them Tuition is moderate rated by grades Primary 10 per term of 5 months Intermediate 1350 Advanced 15 Collegiate 20 payable in advance for each term with deductions made for absences of two weeks or mare GEOiCbLYiN Prin Por SnlcI A nice new 6 rpom story cottage wit iaJge hall varanda back porchund all necessar outhouses contaning nearly two acres splendid garden grass ot well water well fenced ated lo Perryvi1Iqke near Eigh School LI aio otTer a smal farm of nearly 15 acres goodld with nice rew 4 rOom cdtiage and necessary out houses located on PeriyJiie pikn if miles frkim Springjfield For further pa ticulark terms pricsc address W P LAWRENCE Sprinsfieli Kyi CASTOR iIA- Fr Infants and Children Tfci KiidYoHHavid Always IIitt l I UtIIA A W j Advice lWI- jii Optical Advke CQrrectjaing nerve saving ddvice We are properly equipp d for making bar ough and Intelli gent examinations of the Eye- 1IF YOU NEED SPECS We furnish them at os low a figur 1as correct Glassesl ood Frames perfect Fit and Ia guarantee can be hud abyj 3 where If you dont need jj Glasses we advise youof thefj Ijfactand thank you for the inIijquiiy 4 LET US ADVISE YOU Or F RUSSELL I Iain St Springfield Ky llll- DR ff TRUSTY pRACTICAL DENTIST OJnci oor Haydon Barbe- rDentalworkatraasoriabltpri es All work guaranteed I SPRIN FIELD KY TT4rTACQUITTfD Dr Sam Crume is DJsmIseiat Ills dcamlnlnfl Trial forjthe Killing df Ambros Graves I Ii After two days takenup in hearing the evidence in the case of the Commonwealth against Dr Sam Cruine for the murder trofLitsey dismissed the defendant on last Monday night v Aboutfifty witnesses were examined and the circumstances itakeii all together made it a case of justifiable homicide There were certain points about the actual shooting of the negro by Dr Crumes which made it appear j at first against the accused but when all of the evidence with f icard the unanimous opinion l was that the killing was justifiable The evidence went to shov tthafthe negro was shot from the rear or at least from the side l Ibut itwas proven that he had been advancing oh Dr Grumes t Iiria threatening manner and with his hand on his pistol when tthe latter lprocured his shotgun and fired Graves evidently t turned just as the first shot was ifired which accounts for the dis charge from the gun entering from the side and rear DrJ Grumes followeu his manup and emptied his revolver into his body as he lay on his face on the ground It was develbped at the trJal that Graves bpre a very adJ reputation in tho community in iwhich he lived and that he was quarrelsome gird was regarded i as q dangerous negro He and Dr Crumes had liad trouble on previous asions Dr Grumes liad fired two shotsat Graves on one night just tire week before the killing on account of a threatening remark the negro had made It was Proyen that- GrAvesand his brother had been hanging about the town with the apparent purpose of waylaying Grumes and that lie had told the doctor that he vas going t9I shoot jt out with him Tire verdict rendered by Judge Litsey is regarded as a just one by all who Jieard thetestimony and is universally approved The defEmscwas conducted by Messrs John W Lewis and W D Claybrooke while County Attorney T S Mayes represented the commonwealth Bargain A good 160 acre farm for sale Olia pike and convenient tof church and school Well fenced and watered Land in a high IiclenceI Ii house Price low and payments easy For further particulars call on or address McEmov WHARTON Springfield Ky Notice All persopg having claims against the estate of the 1ateff Alfred Bennam wUl present the same to me properly proven onff or before6 October 1 1904 or toI my attorney W tf Grigsby his officein Springfie J Ky on t or before said date JAMESA BENHAN AdmrE of Alfred Benham Sheep for Sale I I havksome nica western and native stock ewes prices 1i4ghtv Seeme betore buying ROB M THOMPSON bi VR CAtDWELL3 t YRUP PEPSII7URE IK r rcBardstOJnUoEdncational GollOo 1 BARiPSTOWN KY l2 apendid v q uipdBoardtng Schooll lull corps of excellent T mfiifbtJi1Opa3MSeptemberl3Presif coWE J HAVE I Tools Tools Tools and above all thebest of Tools Diamond Edge Tools They are made of the very best materiall and by experienced work man and every Diamond Edge Tool olJ is warranted It itis not as Represented return it to us and get r your money back WETEAE IDiamond Edge Axes Hatchetts DrawingKnives t Carpe1tersToostc r1 j fl REMEMBER we warranteverything in Diamond K Edge liner Call and see what haves McElroy fr SluiltzweIj o 1EIRCNAL John M Cooney of Bardstown was here the first of the we kIMr pal Nichols of Bloom field vjsitedj friends hereSunday G D Duncan is improving nicely from his attack of typpoid Mrs Dudley Tapp visited her parents in Bardstown last W kJ Mr Charles Robertson made a ily ing trip tp the Worlds Fair last welrSf Missl Axton ofjCnicagb was the guest of Miss Mary Ragsdale ast week V- MissMayme Allen will leave tomorrow to visit friends it Eliza beth to vn CMrsT M Estes and Mrs McGriiderof Lebanon were in town Tuesday James R Claybrooke Tr has accepted a position with Cun ningham Duncan Miss Fanny McElroy accom panied Dr iLalimer and family to the St Louis exposition Mrs BenF Simms and daughter Miss Stella have eturmd from a trip to tne Worlds Fair Mrs M W Hyatt has returned from Bloomfield where she visit ed her mother whojs quite sick Miss Regina Clements is in Louisville spending the week it the wholesale millinery houses The Misses Turpin after a visit to friends here have re turned to their home at Ameri ciis Ga- Messrs W K Marks and George Colyinhave gone to Manchester to see about the purchase- of some timber Miss Mamie Donnelly enter tained in a very charming man ner in honor of her visitor Miss Morton one night last week Miss Ollie Morton who ha4 been the charming guest of Miss Mamie Donnelly returned to her home in Louisville last week Mn Louis Cain is at Mackville managing the affairs of the Farmers Bank at that place during the iiliiess of Cashier Sallee who has typhoid tever andI andIvisit relatives In Tennessee Dr Latimerhas been givena months vacation by Iris church Mrs Joe Hagan and little daughter Annie of Union counjty were visiting her aunt MrsR W Wathen last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Hagan was fdr merly Miss Lula L3gsdoadaugr St1MarysJThe announcement is made the engagement of Miss Francis Foote Forse daughter of Mr and Mrs Carson B Forse of Newport Ky toMrRobtF Suttonof this place The wed ding will take place in October Mr Sutton is the U S Mail A ent between here anti Louis ille and has a host of friends His bride t6 be is a chacuinS young lady She visited here his summecand made a JlJm11er if friends IRe wf H Williams has gone to see the VqrlTs Fair Quite anumber of Springfield people took in the circus at Bardstown Tuesday rrRev W M Stalhngs of Marks bury is here this week to attend the Baptist Association at Mack ville IMiss Ruby Lampton of Owens boro is home on a visit to her pa rents Dr and Mrs J H Lamp ton John Spalding and Dave Lit sey attended the fair hop at Bardstown last Thursday Misses Allaire and Margaret Medley left Monday for a trip to tire Worlds Fair Misses MargaretSpalding and Ma3me Knott eft Tuesday for Nazareth to attend school Miss Berth Tong has returned home after a pleasant visit at Howardstown RicbardKellyjdav for St Maryjs Kan where they will attend schootIMr T H Carrico after several Weeks visit to friends and relatives here has returned to hisj Ipomeat Finley Sauger Scruggs Texas and son leave forres Chicago today After being with friends there a few days she will join ber husband and Finley Jrin Eureka Springs Arkansas Dr and Mrs Rodman of Louis vile isijed the latters sister Mrs IH Thurman last week l JStow last week Misses Allie Reeves Lebanon and Florence Hamilton Fred ericksburg visited Mrs John L Barber last week Duncan Leachman Willie Clifford and Charlie Roberts Christopher Hertlein Dick Can ter Willie Greene and James McLaughlin will leave Saturday willIplace and attend the encamp meat at St LouisS For SaIe Haying decided to retire frpm the milling business will offer- f r sale rny property consisting of Flour Corn Hcminy and Feed MitIalso my residence and about seven acres of land This Js one of the best stands in the county having both water and steam power For further particulars call on or address S C VANARSDALE Litsey Ky ari FtrSak l I have for sale from 100 to 180 acres of the farm known as the Joe Clark farm ituatednea- BillsboroCoDtains about O acres tobacco land and c fine locust grove containing frt m 300 to NOO worth of locust potts House and barn and necessary outbuildings Well watered two good ponds and a half milefroi pike Will take 1850 pe acre For further particulars apply to Z P LEACIIMAK w s ejI I r wiiiWIlwW wWiill ii1i 1 Getting Your Boy or Girl I I IIt I 1 11 rt j a Some oi the nofany Useful q lit i 1 articles we are shbwing t + L 9 New Fall Suits ior the Boys New f Fall Dress Gocklsfo the Girls Large fia line Trunks Suit Cases and Teled scopes Sbaps Combs Brushes in f t if fact a full line of Toilet Articles tj Our new Fall Shoes have rrivedaldi i i you may rest assured that we hare the t 3 correct styles at the rightprices 1f a 41-t s All SjmmeGoOds at a Sa9Tlficel EJ c t Bobertsonb I Bros 1fi 31P m m t i m M rJOHN SHUCK MCELROY G O WIItRTOL1 McEfroy fr Wharton Insurance Real Estatbt f Agents 11lr Fire Lift and Tornadod Insurant ti 4halld Sold on gommissicn yH Office over coplesB nkI Ttiqne 42 i i K3KT ZC7CK7 = The Big Moneymaker for Hog Raisers i 11 Dr los Haas Hog Remedy which fQr more than 27 rtI 1 has stood the severest tests and in all cases can 1 f IIIs uponI bemm t DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE JJ 11 Wlen a Full particulars Proposition book a FREE fortheasking r 23 Ib S1250 half 8230 50c 20th Century Poultry Food greatest egg producer Hive market Keeps fowls 111 IIlbe prevents cliqlerar roup and other poultry a 25 lbb package N Dr Jos Has Live tSck Remdyt M IJA1l II- growth promoter a sure preyentive I1cU 81S CS XCCPEK FA6KA E t IIequaed cLURE SALE WELL f t CIRCULARS SPRINGFIELD KY wt2t7 a7 I I I De W W W W JIheI Best Js the Cheapestp t i1And There is None better Than jig 3 i 1THE PAGE WOYEN WIRE FPCE- if tA Fence for every Purpose fe 11 will anything and can be run over any kind ground All Sizes an4 Aaortnnti I Burns McCtoi 9jiP tSOLE AGENTS SriiiBy 1- kJfli 1t t 4 MMtIn n FvSaieSMy farm 214 acres miles north of Springfield on the Wit lisburg pike and is one among the best farms the county well watered a 7 room dwelling house a tobacco barn stock barn and buggy house and necessary outhouses The price is right terms liberal It riot sold privately before court day in September prill Offer itpmb lic1yAt the Court House dooryii Springfield For further infor mation call write 10 0WM H YANCBY r Sprinjield Ky 7vMftS- A farm containing 68 sores W good tobAcco land mils frow Vah1syBiILost Mooisvi1Ie pike Very ibf boueJ g water for f rt her partfcalsrs apply to JNO F KKYMIK vslieyRl Ky- I kicMtt i riIyfr- ranqisent aid cosUptot tha- QIasber1 Sosick5- LiJi5V this Remedy is fed as prem vefltiycj regard flJ r inff this Insurance in Dr Haas1 look Horology a most valuable fpr every bog raiser copy ofv1ilch my be had at our store can cans 125 and per package JA1 on all 3BO25e per j and and ANa FOR Y fr N c It turn pf 3 of in all or 4t i od J and 650 H ty i 1 SAVJ YOUR CroYiRye are agents for one of the most use ful appliances ever invend for- fthe farmer The Aiferiean Clover Btiucher for haling Ii clover is made toyJLt anynike or SJ01 mower t1fs4tbe Imateriaiyn neat bfiftche and does nol tDd 4it in all Iiouhad tUlC beaved cl6ooon a fw acres of Hay etc to pay for a BulcberN Cal1aeiiatoerM r McCiuitarkWEa4 MlX1p I t j Fx POR S LilJMEl JI paWciNCti t cIr3 tSitt MM in onehalf Ivaiflf1Lwill MIl tblDr z y05 0 lOi to low V4 A1I t INter Rays Latest Mr Fo ter Ear the well known mutofflobilist of Lebanon 1MctOw of Louisville ran Mtttck Saturday evening last o n Main strea M r Ray playfully roUibiH1f a cigar out of a buudte of greenbacks of large it kCMiMlio and proceeded to take an expensive if not a fra ffftmtMoke before the eyes ol an admiring multitude Are mark row an irritated and dis ftwied bystander Jedtothe stMect on Mr Raysxjfor that mid bystander was a liar Thereupon said bystander ed vaced upon Mr Ray with inten tions indubitably hostile and 31 r Kay adroitly drawing his pistol stood his ground Mar shall Phillips here stopped the performance by wrenching tbt pig ol from Mr Rays hand and 4stayingtheonslavght of the at tacking party Then he sug geeted to Mr Ray the advisabih ty of a peaceful and prompt jour ney anywhere out ot town reo c turned him his pistol and started him towards Louisville But nay nay be had not Zone Taking a good runtinK sat he put up an artjcle of speed com r lug back the main thoroughfare that made horses jump to right and left and the town marshallI bail awl jump the automobile Mr Ray was again disarmed vand led captive to the jail given a speedy trial which cost him 1455 out of his cigar and sent speeding again upon his journey 4Neson Record 1 i t1 f hat sLifc In the last atalysis Nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict llaw Abuse that Jaw even slightly pain results- t t Irregular living meansderange JC e tort e organs resultin in constipation headache or liver V trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25 at C J Haydonb Drugstore Jas Taylor of K ndallyille Ind was seriously diseased with kidney and bladder Iroublefor 20yecrs He o teste4 every known remedy without I uack benefit uniil he used Pinettles This new discovery cured him and Mr Taylor advises all persons suffer inr from kidney or bladder trouble to get abcttleofPFneules at once Sold by iHaydons Pharmacy t t THE MILK TEST ew T 3a DIeever If Yor Do gtntlanlm Perfect Milk is known to be one of the few complete foods It contains the bonc muscle ml fat producing elements and sustains the heat of the body The milk of different classes of animals 4rnaniinaI varies in composition io suit the different requirements thus mares milk is richer in sugar but lacking In protein compared with cows milk Another fact of interest connected with milk is found In the difficulty with which some persons digest plain Ii milk It Is safe to say that should any organ secretion or digestive juice tall to perform its free duty the milk consumed will not be properly digest ed The reason for this is simple Milk contains such a variety of cow pounds that all portions of the dl festive system are called into activity Tor the digestion of these varied cle t Kicuta The gastric juice attacks the cheesy matter the pancreatic and in testinal juices digest the sugars and tats This takes the milk through the stomach and the small intestines into the large intestine The lower Intes tine digests wood fiber also This alone of all the forms of food nutrients is It slot found in milk Because of the facts above stated the ability to drink milk sn test of perfect digestion in J Marly all cases Philadelphia Ledger 0 Serrvil Them Right lie They have dropped their nnthor She on her first trip Serves them right It has been hanging over the sMe all day long AH men are equal ftc day they are horn and the day they are burled L LIVER TROUBLES IIi4TbdiotdileDraugbt 4 I fM4 iMdMo tot liver disease H eared my oa after lie bad spent fWSwHh doctor It lullthe med WIt I teMkL CABOLINE HAKTXN rarkenkHrr W Vs If your liver does not act rag- wly go to your drnlgist and ecure a pacKage of Thcdford BlftckDraHght and take a dose toaifhti This great family medicine frees the constipated fctwels stirs up the torpid liver- a 4 MUM a Lealtiiy secretion of hUe Tbtdford Black Draught wile tautM the bowel of im yariiiis aad strengthen the kid tjpf A torpid liver invites eMU biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick iwasaed contagion Weakkid wyi result ia Brights disease which claims aa many victims t U consumption A 25cent ckafe of Thedfords Black j PiimEit should always be kept itk CUM ax M J38dfords Black DrtIrIvrsd kidney corn p a sicelIJ1ILMr elrc THEDFORD5BUCK t DRAUGHT r r 1 r W1 C Oo O1oo CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of a LION cOFFEEIn Addition tot the Regular Free Premiums tow WouItJouA like A Check the This luiawJAil Oft to Xon Coffee users in our GreatWorI4s Fair Contest W4ve 00000CashJtWlllll J people get checks 2139 more will get them in the Presidential Vote Contest Five Lion Heads cut from Lion What will be the ttal popular vete cut for President vtes forall cas Coffee Packages and I J cent COMe at tile clectlea stimp entitle you in addition to iTdidatea L 1904 the regular free premiums toV4f In 1900 election 13959653 people voted orie vote The acent stamp cov fl for President For nearest correct esti our acknowledgment youWJJ r 1 mates received in Wools Spice Com erf panys office Toledo O on or before that your estimate is recorded p W November 5 19Mwe will give firs- tYQucan esti prize for the nearest correct estimate send 1as many prize to the next nearest etc mates as desiredeZ0fo1I BrAd First Prizi Sff 500000 will be awarded to the One who Is nearest correct on both our VorIdf Fair and PreI deatial Vote Contests We alto offer 1500000 Special Cash PrIzes to Grocers Clerks Particulars in each case of Lion Coffee How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks Everybody uses coffee if you use COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with It you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money Then you will take no otherand thats why we advertise And- we using our adv rtising money sothat both of usyonas well as wewiU get a benefit HCncc for your L1ia Memds WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package of vi if LION COFFEE 1 WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO List of Claims iA 1is of claims allowed by the Washington County Fiscal CouVt at its October term 1903 towit Anderson Sam v S 190 Booker W P S 2040 Boiiker Noe 3312 Burton J M Co 1000 Ballard E f022 Croake Byron4 350 CoxHytt 2500 Cungham Dmican 200 Oatlett dD 1880 DerrM land 41075- Edelen Mfs Geo11020j Ferrejll ST 9 C- OGrundyCl Gordon W H 100 Same 4 10CO Hyatt Dr M W JF 700 Hyatt Dr M V i 1000 SamcL JIOO HaydonqS 2681 Haydpn Barber 1 1396 Same jv 5980 Isham J Q 2V50 KeeneMrs JPlM 1340 Same 2oO Hungate tarl JlCO Hyatt Dr W W 1 50000 Litsey A L 200 McChord Robertson 10104 McElroy jj Shultz 4223 Mullican R H 4 800 Mudd Dr J C 1000 Mudd Dr J C j J 25CO Same4S 9X75 Same 1500 Same 375 Mayes JY 5500 MastersEd 1 0 pNan H M mVO- sbourrie 2 00 I S 50 Perkins John 100 Neale Fll 500 Robertson Bros 4895 rd Ir J B 800 jSihoql District No 24 600 i TH 2 AMIABLE MULii 1 i Pew VforJ of 1ralne For Thl Muyla awilciicd Asilmrfl kftcrft lifetime of cluse aHaOcintipn witli the Juule says an Old military oUJelal have hoVer knowII lilin to kick a nutii nor have I ever met a jinn who neynnother man of his OWl Unowlodgjej wlio had been kicked bu muleSThis ISI n bold statement buY it hue is ncv rJLIielcss You can jncstlon soldiers of the army everywhere nUll I jonlidcnfi predict that 4hey will bear me out lu this 1 know I am uprooting a popular belief but I ask you to stop and think1and see iif I nm not doing our mule friciijl a deserved justice horses kicks are plenty Mule kicks are as rare as promotions Were you ever riding at night on the prairies faraway froin comrades ansl camp weary looking fju the flistanfr twinkling camp1 tires not jq be found Dill you cverat such a tithe see your mule friend lilt lila tireless head 1111 blow his rcttonant trumpet 6ji discovery of the sought for haven Hc has not seen it but he has smelt It a ulin a moment is trotting a beeline fct ihu distant picket line mid forage rat Jon Were you jever jIding nt11ttbhSti uboutsuiidiscbvcrcil riiro thc brIdle loose qn tl e mules neck ivml give him his wmoIe will take you to water aa unerringly as n ciirrier pigeon wliigg Its way j0ttts roost Nebraska State Journal THE PHONOGRAPH Its Invention Vax tlie llcnult of n Cut on the Finger Ah accidenta cut On tthe finger caused KdlsoiT t6 Invent tlc phono gniph or talking machine ir Edlon told the tJtory of this Invention jp a reporter At the time he said ito was slngihgrlnto a tele phone and In the feliphonos mouthpiece he hatj placed for safe keeping a fine steerpoiut Suddenly this point cut his linger He found to his sur prlse that jit had been movlnghere and there and roundabout guided by the vibrations of hls oiyeSHe placjd a strip of yellow paper under the steel point replaced It In the uiouthplec and said the alphabet The steel whil spoSe ran over the pa per and far each letter of tho alphabet it made ui different murk or scratch This wjfajwliat iir Edlsoirthart hoped for lie ibw held the steel point still and dretij jthe paper scratches slowly over It fTJhere was given forth very faintly ttit alphabet as lie had re 111CUCd itIthfe principle Of the phonograpll registering antI the reproduction of tuo Ti twa vibrations was dkeov 1 Pint Prize i1125001 Second Prize 1 OOOOO 2 Prizes S5OOOO sack 1OOOX O 5 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000II 100000 20 PrIzes 5000 100000 6O Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1000 26OOOO 1BOO Prizes 500 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL J20OOOOO LION RoB School District No 35 1000 School Dstrict No 41 6C Shauhty Dr Geo 840 Smock Dr S J 10C Smock Dr S J 500 Same L 30 Sam 1500 Same 1 474 Wright Dr J S 1000 Wood Campbell eo 140 Wright Dr J S 16200 Wood Wimsattr 86 Waldridge Ben 500 Th2 following allowance was made to County officer IK the year 1104 Litsey B L County Judge I 500 d Mayes T S County Attornty 425 Mayes TS office rent jL 50 I Croake Byron Sheriff Ju H 150 0 Booker W F County CIerkL4u J 150 t Campbell F M Circuit Clerk 125 0 KeeneJ F Poor House Commissioner 50 Bush J W School Superintendent 718 4i Claims allowed at the April Term 1914 of Fiscal Gffurt Bodine Joe 3000 Booker WF 155 Croake Byron 4400 Catlett 6 D 2502- Derr Moland 40205 Isham R Jl 267- Ishara R R L 450 riatne i 184 Kimball A C 10000 Miller T J 40 Mudd Dr JC 6250 Masters Ed 167 OsbourrieJS 1 1900 K idel JW 96 Thompson MrsD q 200 Neale F R 50 Campbell W Tj L l Hays Thos 10 ercd through the cuttlng of a linger 7t was Edlsons linger though that was cut Smiths or Browns might have been yttl to hacked oil and no phono graph would have resulted tiulle iuicinn Of the 11agbino1I11 tribe on the long narrow island called ralanwan in lie Philippines Mr andor writes Most nuisichivs of other nationalities PiIY wind Instruments by applying theta to the mouth The Tagbanoua lhiy tiicm with his nbse The liintul n reed flute has two holes and oneS nose piece ilt one end of the cane at the Joint The lantui is pressed by the thumb against till left nostril the right nostril being 1ield tightly closed by the first linger of the hand f The Tagbanoua nose Js so flattened at the base and has such expanded nostrils elongated at the side that it ls es jcclally adapted for this purpose The Tagbanoua musician elm get In this fashion some sweetly pathetic sounds by far the most melodious sounds IIhave ever heard from any bodys nose and he is cvcii bold enough to attempt with success too a trHl A VunKy Nu1anu4 Of a pronilncnt lecturer pf London an acquaintance says 4On one occasion he was the guest of a friend of mine a busy LIverpool merchant mId when the popular lecturer returned from the liallhy asked for all sorts oClmposslble dishes and liquid concoctions peculiar to abstainers a demand which some what upset the cputlne of the house hold When In Ijcd his nervous tern perament was tried bo could not bettY tluMickiiy of the clocks so he paraded the house iji the small hours of the morning utah stoppcdthcni all In con cquoiicobf t1iithie servants had to be roused by clolcnl bell ringing But the guest was not to be distressed so he arose again ami ordered the servants hack to their rocais and locked them in and then wont back to bell A Ilcllc oC Dnrbnrlsm In ancient time Jt wits the customof the vktors In tattle hr decorate their liporpbsts with the skulls of till van liitisVcd With the advance of clvllizjl lI6nbt course w no longer continue this hilt of barbarity but the custom has not been allowed i drop nltogcthcr as is ieenby the stc 6 balls which are often rot on gatepost a relic of a barbarous Iilca of ioUf vgo In certain parts if Africa the ikulls are still used uIIpconitloiisi Vholp villages may icea wIth tlv doorposts of the houses burazouiitcji f t this gri wsoue lashlon rFIid Some Drnwbncka- I sj yos you otijoy the freedom fj itrl a fjni brings VpJVV L v iJl Mv CUiiiros If u n Rut ir hnrtirt o got rich I wouldnt have hUG to study French lrleurl1 to pronounce tbe names of Wagners operas Washlnj ton Star THE BARN DOOR SKATE A Landlubber DeicrlptlOB of This Peculiar Fish The bam door skate beggars do Kcription I ueverfould tell whether lie was looking ut me with his eyes or his breathe holes lIe is a bottom rtsh and tint like a flounder He bus si triangular body the apex of which forms the snout opposite his snout sire his tall and n few extra pieces of lila overcoat which kind nature hat lagged on to him In case he gets torn siud has to be mended His tali is cm liclllshcd yjth a few spluesthls I laiow for tactilie has a couple of eyes a little WilY back of his snout and right bad of these are a couple of holes that extend completely through him These holes connect with his lungs or what ever he uses to breathe with and have au unconifortable way of looking at you at tlie same time as his eyes He hits a mouth too but it is on the under sldls pf him and convenient for business His a funny thing with plucj on the lips and when you pui the lower jaw the upper Jaw inffvai with Itu sort of automatic trap not unlike ivhatyouj can see In any ten cent restaurant This is a landlub bcrs description but It is enough Country Life In America STHE WORD DOILY Orlclnnll It Wa the Name of a Fab rlc For Semmer Wear Though the void dolly Is now re slrlclcd In mending to tlsmall cloth that covers a dessert plate it bad originally a much wider signification It seems to have been Introduced as- a cheap and fashionable fabric special ly for summer wear about the latter part of the scenteentb century for Dryden speaks of doiley petticoats null Steele In the Tatler mentions a doyley suit The name has been Ipug cgnnecte with a London firm trading as linen tlrapcrs in Upper Wellington Street Strand who occupied the great old corner house licst to Hodsolls the iiankcr from Queen Annes time to ld Though their name happens to be the sauieTas that of the stuff there jj no authority for linking the two gether Vcdgwood rejects derivation and suggests the Dutch dwaele a towel or better still the Swiss dwaheli a nap kin TIle dolly Itself used to be coiled a dolly napkin till shortened by cus ornary usage LoudOM Standard HOMEMADE YIXESAtt IT IS NO TROUBLE TO BREW AND YOU HAVE IT PURE The Coa Ii Next to Xotulesr and You Iiae J Much Mqre Uealtlifol Arti cle Thru the Avcrccc Irmlnct of the Vlitjrar Factory tout you make your an yIn IWh oietl my grocer as I g fc him an for a gallon of his lnvr Oh its too much bother bull be sides I ilout Know how answered putting tuo chief reasdii1nst Well Its the simplest thitit in the world he replied and Is no much hcajlthlerl that one can afford to take rWeject of food adul eraHon and I proCted so much by Ibis badI that I gljjdly listen d tt what he say on tlje subject j fyinogarT He said In substancethat iuucji of the vinegar on the market Isjmade by pouring a overIhave ben soaked In strong vinegar usually jaddlng hyjdrochlorlc and sal phuric acids Xowjthesemclds in them elves are bad ciiojugh but when they come In contact wlth copper brass tin or zinc nj portion oij these metals Is dis solved ojnd the vthegar becomes still more posoiuus hwill eat the tops of fruit jjars If used for pickles until they becjome Incrusted and feel sticky to the t mcb and thc pickles get soft and mushy after n time and often loso all sour taste ti also eats the glaze pu the inside of s one jugs and hence should Le kept in glass jars or bottles There arefew excellent pure vIne gars ont be market but so few people know tb lInjurious effects of the cheap er grades that there is not the sale for them that there should be The old fashioned cider vinegar Is the cheapestt and safest to use but since the tem perance people have done so much to discourage the use bf cider the farmers do not make so much as formerly and consequently do not make the vluegdr In grape section flu excellent vinegar Is made In connection with the manu facture of wine but here also the tern pcrauco iuflucucj has been felt If It Li Impossible to get vlnegai from a farmer ir bme other person who uiakcs It fortlale there are a number of sitiipl ways of making it al home I have found It very little trouble It costs nothing and you know what you are vtiug Half gallon fruit Jars are better than stone jugs to make It itt asa larger surface Is exposed to ottliljoxgenntlcloth should of course be tied over top to keep out Insects and dust The jars should be set lu the sun and when ever the fluid has worked clear strain oft and leave it in a warm place until it Is sharp as desired When mother forms new vinegar can be made byI simply adding sweetened water AIi ways use soft water but if it is not available boll the water and set it in the sun a day or two The following are some excellent recipes that can be adapted to different localities and seasons IiVinegar From Apple or Teach Par Ings Fill a jar half full of parings add onehalf teacup of molasses and fill up with water set in the sun and strain for use in about two weeks Corn Vinegar rut one teacup shell ed corn and one teacup brown sugar or molasses In a jar Fill up with wa ter and set in the sun This takes I three weeks to make but Is one of the very best vinegars Tomato VinegnrMnsbone quart of ripe tomatoes to a pulp Strain the t mice and put lit a jnr With one teacup ful sugar or molusnes Fill the Jar with soft water and set in the sun for two weeks Yeast Vinegar Dissolve a half tea upfull brown sugar 10 one pint warm water and add a small yeast cake Fill the Jar with water This will be ready for use In two weeks Alcohol VinegnrThls Is the least desirable of any for home use Itls made by using one part alcohol to four parts water It is fermented with yeast as In the foregoing recipe or by the German process Qt filtering through beech shavings but this Is a laborious undertaking and not adapted to do meitJc purposes Blackberry or Raspberry Vinegar CoVer one quart berries with strong vinegar Let stand two weeks Then mash the berries and strata the whole over one quart frch berrIes Let stand a week then mash and strain again To each quart of vjncgar add one pound sugar bring to the boiling point skim and bottle while hot nslpg sound new corks Thjs furnishes grateful jicld on hot days diluted with water mill poured over cracked Ice It also makes a refreshing bever 4je for the sick Spiced Vinegar This glfes a pleas mj a er U My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Corn monest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many physic ana nay heart disease can Jirficurcd Dr illlee New Heart Cure has Permanently restored to health many thousands who had found no relict In the medicines allopathic or homoco pathlc of regular practicing physicians It las proved Itself unique In the lila tory bf medicine by being u successful in curing those dl ntormlyI Nearly always one of the of trouble Is shortness pf breath Wheth er It comes as a result of walking or running up pairs or of other exercises If the heart is unable meet this extrn demand upon Its pumping powers there Is something wrong with It The very best thing you can do Is to take Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will go to the foundation of the trouble and make a permanent euro by strengthening and renewing tho nerves know that Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Is a great remedy For tt number of years 1 suffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and llJray left side For months at a r would be unable to lie on my left side and If I lay flat on my back would nearly smother A friend advised Dr Mlles New Hcrrt Cure hPcn1 did with good results I began to Improve at after taking several bottles of fceiJt Cure the pains In my side and other symptoms vanished I am now entirely welt All those dreadful smothering spells are a thing of th- opaatF P DRAKE Middletown O youthemoneyITrial AntlISpecialist will diagnose your case tell ItIUDO ATOlUKlJtjLIWARl IND w cumbers and many salads it w inao as follows For each gallon of good vinegar slice six small garlics six on- Ions two horseradish roots four ounce bruised ginger root two ounces cacl black pepper oDd allspice uugroutic and four ounces mustard seed Put nil In n stone Jnr and set qn the back ot the stove where It will simmer fo aboUt ten hours Thch strain and hot tie for use or set away In the Jar Celery Vlucgan Thjs Is an excelltnt flavor to soups gravies etc Put four ounces celery seed In a quart bottle and nil up with good strong vinegar It Is ready for use hi a few days Curry Vinegar This Is maile In the saute proportion as the foregoing reclp and tla boiled slowly for several hours GQocl Uousekeeplnir SKELETONS IN BOOKS SECRETS thjAT ARE UNWARILY LEFT- IN LIBRARY VOLUMES Stories ot Lore aaTl1 nit of Crimi- flUiled Dehicen the Leaves by Ab eiitmiiiclctl Renilcm The Way One Murder 3I Mtery Was Solved nqSureIJf for reading It through for It was found hidden snugly away between the lejnpi tf a dusty and ancient volume of poeiiii drawn from a grrat library The Oral er took itcrefully to the librarian Another otieV said the librarian in quiringly Oul of the old edition Of Moore oh Will 4f guess we wonit send It buck t generally return p0r sonal letters It they ilre of Cliugl1fu terestand nobodj calls fcr them bit If I sent everything back hat we find the directors would be about my ears for wasting postage stuuips The aft crnoou was a quiet one and the II brarian lOntruuedtWe shake ever book that is return cd and almost always something falls out It niy be letter like the one ypu hilve jilst found or vlsltingjjCari or a hairpin Almost invariably the treasures that we unfold iear the ear marks of feminine possession ati not charging women with carelessness I am simply stating a fact Generally the things We lfind are documentary In their nature Last week I shook out of a book oh hom life a signed and Indoised check for made payable to the drc siuakei whose statement of account was pinned to It On another 6ccislbu a fifty ilpllar bank note fluttered out Both were coiled for within a shor time Occasionally one giver sa glimpse of a love secret or a tragedy Xot so long ago a Jitter was taker from a book which was Qt such an uti usual ntftuie that I remembered the names concernedlloug enough torecog uiije themln tIle newspaper reports oi ri court cne which tlividcd ai aiiilly The letter was addressoil to a AVeiuni and ifillc with the fnink nml open avowal of a mans forbidden love for the woiuru was the wife of another I carefuilj secreted the missive and n few hours later was confronted byn tall heavily yeiled lady who askcl a letter hind been found In a book which happened to bo a morbid prob lem novel of great popnlarjty at the time the work of a well known ling Hshweman The question was askCJ In a yoke which tried hard not to shake I Iwudcd the kttcr over nail the woman hastily took herself ofjf Scarcely a mouth later I rita across hei name In the newspapers as defendai In a divorce Cfturt Yet the writings we find In bo1is- are notalvaySSo intimate SomctftuOi they savor of domesticity anti the de1 lights of the kitchen Indeed I have enough recipes forlas0rts and sweet meats to publish the collection ris jut copkbook Now trial then ii book Is a verlt ble mine I liave found In thcm gold silver uul precious stones fiiii broidery silk by the yard and of rain bow lines may be fished out from sbmt novels a alas an occasional ciga rette pup fr The evidences of masculine forget fulness arorgrer I have fofgott 5u al most air such Instances but of those Ahicli I do remember there is one of which othe details are as clear to me now Ilslt they had happened yc tUr day Indeed It win never leave my mind for it led to the capture of a gang of criminals A wealthy but solitary old bachelor Was Ifound lifeless on the floor of his library onof morning On his bodyj jio wound Wilt liseovcrcd and as fsr as the detectives could ascertain no bue laid gained access to the house The case excited great public Interest atid I followetlHile developments win clOse Hess In tthe newspapers Thiirebud been at first some talk of suicide mid more of heart failure but the autopsy put a new phase upon the ease for it showed that the old man hail coinei to his death through an Insidious yet pow erful poison The question then uro Wo administered it As I was read lug the detailed report t f the dpcfors I suddenly dreppetl the paper I remem bered tluft month before a stranger hind come In one wet djsuial night and asked for a rceondite1work by a for clgn author It was a standard treatise on pollens nnd a volume sel iloiii read I hurried to tire library and sought he book Cpeulu It anl rapidly run ning over the page you may Imagine nty nstonlshmcjit iml almost horror to had lylns botucen two pages devoted to a detailed account of the very poison Lhat caused the old mans death a smirched arid thumb marked piece of aper On it was wrljihigIn n small mid angular hand referring to the jlmpteV hhd page on which the poison was lescrbedl I then looked up thd record of the books wUhdmwal anti found the name whch the man htd given 1 also found that tile book hqd not n11en out since Having as certained these facts t went at once to the poiicij Taking the Informatldtt us a clew the detectives utter n lloijs ind arduoiw searclC followed ntoHs oglchl end and arrcstetl the only rel i the tile old man hail possessed a mod csil studciil whose existence had not neir been fifnown He confessed his ihare In the crime and with his accom liccs paid the penalty That case jpencd thy eyc3 tot tIle value of Inspect nx every look as it returned to the hibntryNew York Tribune Slica Jut rrncUcInff I undertnnd that Mr Bins and ha lahcco Iinvi Lid a quarrel uYC nn vercii Mss Cayenne But It Is nothing Serious She ISA mideiit girl juul wants to make sure site an manage him vrheti he Is an gryWiisliIngtOfl Star Not Her FauZS EiI thought you iere never gcv lug o spent to Harold again as lotig as you med ClssI know ls1ld s1- JtJullt vcasut my fault lint I broke the resolution Eva =How hid It happen CIss4He called me up over the telephone Womans Journal IgeEablePreparaLionrrAssimilahing ting the Stmacns andBowchof Promotes DigcslionChcerrur ness and estCont ins neither OpiumMorphire nor fineal NOT NARCOTIC lJrfNflJElP1C1 Ji1ffJlMM SJiI Atrt I iNrII mw Jr Aperfecl Remedy forConsUpa lion SourSlomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsion Feverish nessandL9SS0FSLEER PacSinulc Signature or NEW YORK lEXACT COPY OF WRAPfiER J1 Commissioners Sale George Qbatey Admr ctc PIlls EquityCleavieBv virtue cf a Judgment and order of Ale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered fat the May term thereof 1904 In the above styled cause I shall proceed tooffer for sale SpringfieldMONDAY SILT 26 1904 At 2 oclock pm or thereabout be in r county court day to the hijfhest bidder at public auction upon a4 fQUOWing plrceIlond of ington countYK situated on the Moorejjville and Booker pike ard bounded on the north by the lands of John A Tuckorbn the east by the lands of Teff Smith on the west by the county dirt road No and on tho southby the Eojj svnie and Bjuk r tutn pike containing 15 acres more or less For the purchaseprice the purchas er or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the forcz and effect of a Judgment Bidders AvHl be required to comily prompt tls witli these t rms M G LEACniiAKM YC G FREE RECLINING OHAIRCARS Pullman I ObseivationS Parlor CalSij Dinliig Caisv and Sleepers On the Popular 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