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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v I W c rr1 II rHI4 N7S4fDI e v 4 4 c J j 1i 1 t t f J fJfA + fiiBfejw Series Vol XL No 36 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON ourcr KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 15 1904 1 illiOQ AJOSABU t 4 f 1 lII IISIKJF 1C lOBLIILJ WBURIOI B BThofflpsou r1Co UNDERTAKERS J AISD EMBALMRS n Carry in stock all kink of Femora wppltef PHONE 53k OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of p Washington County 52 miles south east of 14 xinrton 59 Wiles from Louisville pa Bardstown brahch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad in farming and agriculturali district Two Banks telegraph and telephone tines express office flour mills lumber i yards Population 1100 population of county 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D ft Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis Jature Hon W D Claybrooke jieprescntative in State Senate Hon Harty Lancaster Lebanon Ky County 9Irectory i CIRCUIT COURT l J Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday In February May and Octo b r14 ft WlDarliam Commonhealth At I i torney t F M Campbell Clerk iM Gr Lea hma Master Commiss- oner11 QUARTERLY COpT Quarterly Court is held oh the third It J ifpndayiin each month j B L Litsey Judge j COUNTY COURT County Cv trt meets on the fourth Monday rniiidcli mouth i BL Litsey Judge W F Booker County Clerk v T So Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham J Sidney Osbbrne R UMullican Deputies Ed Mastersv James F Moore County Surveyor 3 i Royalty Assessort T P OBryan Deputy i4 Robert Non Treasurer jj M Montgomery Coroner JIV Bush Sapt of Common Schools P O Springfield CITY COURTtJames R Noe Police JudgetJo in Grace Marsul VW 5bVQrIgsby City Attorney t JUSTICE COURT 4JflOtico Courts are held in January ApriiJuly and October h Chiirch Directory 0 METHODIST CHURCH Rev J P Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Suudays in each mouth aill a m and 730 p Sun diy School eyery Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Wedncsday night tCATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser yices every Sunday at 8 and JO oclock iiu Services at St Rose same hours fa i + CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service Vccphd and fourth Sunday io each month j t tPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and 1Jt1pID Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting svery Thursday evening at 7 oclock r BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and 8 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every WedneBcfayevening at oclock Fraternal Ordeas MASONIC LODGE Spring eid lodge A No 50 meets first and third Monday inVach month- tVashtngton R A Chapter No 57 tteets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on every fourth Monday KtfiGHTS of TIm MACABRE Mept cvox nt f itte a ctcLnfon SSsSsI AM k JIi I SILVERL TRUSS j i Eaijr COQIi to LICIr Wear I1 1J No pressure on Hips or Back It LYJ jKevcr 1 Forsalel byC J Haydon Thatawful grinding scabbing pain Jnl 1he back if from the kidneys A a dlOu of Eineules will cure Iit over p iiifhV Pineales is a new discovery v4 put up iiL2 new way A delightful remedy alnd specIfic for all Kidno ratid bladder trouble Sold by Hay dOFfs Pharmacy BgKW5a MSMS faWK OOiWi tmwro W UW mro g A1 ROUND Of TALKi M j No Tossum Trust LL Washing on Star JPig Is in cle yood3 tied ah1 dc chick ens on de roosj Ps thinkin bout the beefsteafr but it isn any usej De cow is in de pasture an de sheep is on de bill But 1se been awaitin ills long an IlLkeep awaitih still De rarigements on dis good ole world I ih generally just De culled man has troubles but dlr ain no possum trust Yous1 got almost a ycarto tthink about dat speqial meat Dats juicy fiB a honey comb and 1 pretty near as sweet You keeps a hungerin for it But itss comfortin1 to know ftsfully worth de patience dat yqus called qpor to show Dar no politics or strikes a raisin up a dust To spoilyob expectations cause d ain no possum trust JrEDLEYBenMedley son of Mr Geo E Medfey of this place in addition to stand ing high in his classes at Notre Dame college developed iinto one of the best ball players on the crack team at that place D ring the summer vacation Ben and George Colvin have been the invincible battery which has won games for the Springfield and Bloomfield teams Medley has been pronounced by good judges to be one of the best ame teur catchers in the business and has had several flattering offers to play with professional clubs in minor leagues The attention of Manager Tebeau oftheLouis ville ball club has been attracted to Medley and he has promised to give him a tryout with a view of making him an pffer of a place on the team r fir LOnifn a numb GUNlocal sportsmen laveorg- anized a Gun Club for the purpose of promoting the sports mens interests of the county Some of the ber twin r shots of he town are members of he club and as a pastime and to keep in practice they have pro vided traps and have clay pigeon shoots once a week in which all I take part Another object of of the gim club is that the mem bers will Interest themselves in the enforcement of game laws All true sportsmen have a natural interest in tilei observance of thelaws of the State passed for the protection ofgame and they Will assist local officers in the enforcement pf such laws Among the new laws passed by the late Legislature by the way vas a rabbit law making it unlawful to kill rabbits until the open season for bird shooting This it is thought will be an excellent thing for the protection of quail for the reason that these rabbit hunters start out early in the falj ostensibly to shoot rabbits butthey slaughter many young birds contrary to law and as a consequence when the law is out the majority of the birds have already been kill ed Another law passed by the llast Legislature provides for the appointment the County Judge of each dounty of a Game Warden whose duty it is to re port all violations of tim game lvws and who iis empowered to arrest offenders Judge Litsey will make an appointment for this county as isoon as the right man can be found to accept it Game in this county is getting scarce and unless the truesp rts men take an interest hi having the law enforced ic will soon be entirely destroyed v v t OOELY WATERED +Spring 1A field has for years had the reputation of being one of thE worse watered towns in thC country When the water works plant was pujt in everyone df course thought that complaint would no longer be in order but while the wate works fill allong felt want to some extent it doe not fill it completely Evidently laboring under the impression that everybody should get water from the Watr Company our worthy Town Trustees have al lowed the pumps in the town wells on which poor people of aresorpatrons of the water works to becmeso out of repair that it is witl great difficulty that one can get drinking water at all The wht r from the water mains is forIi durinOfthetion of getting good water has ecome aserious one among the business men and poor families living in town This can be re medied by a little attention and small expenditure of the towns money by the Trustees There are several good wells ihi the heart of the town whose water Can be made available for use by having some repairs done nndit pump or twP put in FearfnlOdds Affa1Ist Him Bedridden alone anddestitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J HavensTerajIlcs 0 Poi many eaJ5hc was troubled with tfidney di3ase and neither doctors or medicice gave him re lief At length he tried Elec iricBitWrs It put him on his feet in short order arid now he testilie Mlm on the road to compiete recovery Best on earth for Jliver and kidney trou bles and all forms of stomach and Dowolcomplaints Only fOc Guarantee bjr CoJ Haydon Druggist 80nr Stomach Wiien the tfalitityof food taken is too large pr the quality too rich sour stoniach iis likely to follow jnA pecially Eoiiif the digestion has been weak lled by constipation Eat slow l too freely bleaaily dlpcst d lyanIJnot e the fpod thoroughly elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight In the region of the stomach after eatingt take Chamberlaine Stomach and Liver Tablets and the sour stomach will be avoided For sale by Haydonsidrugstorc A Puoi For Good The pill that are potent in their ac tion and pleasant in effect arc D Wltt6 Little Early llisers W S 1liiipotof Albany Ua sasDuringn bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel hue mass jor any other pill I ever took and at the same tinlc the effect was pleasant Little Rarly Risers arc certainly an Jkcall pill Sold by all druggiits Nelson Stock Notes Geo M Aball of Coxs Creek purchased of Gabe Duvall eight lu ad of cattle averaging 800 Ibs fat 25 per held Mr Ab11 purchased in Louisville 130 Blackfaced Southdowns averag ing 97 pounds 0144 cents per pound He also purchased afat Jersey qow from Pius Whelan weighing 1050 pounds for 35 of Nail Br eightlambs for 27 of H C Snider 10 sheep fOr 25I of John Kurtz 13 hogs averaging 13o pounds ot 480 per hundred ptt Jenkins Bros 5 cattle averag tfig 840 poll nds at 275 por hun dred Mr Abell sold to Arthur Magruder 23 sheep at 3 per head to Spencer Humphrey 35 sheep at 305 per head to Geo Sim Viggmulon 32 sheep at 2 perJhead to Thos V Wilson Hunters 30 Southdown yearling ewes at 450 per head He has still on hand 100 Southdown ewes foV sao at 4 perneadr Standard lOOUcWard 18J Tile readers of thJs paper will be pleased to learn that hero la at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to curd in all its stlg san that is Catarrh Halts Catprh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being c constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catrxrrh Cure is taken internally acting directly iipon the blcioa and mucQUs surfaces of them system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and ass isting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they oiler One Huridrcd dollars for any case that it fails tbeurc Send for list of tcstimo nials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by drup gists 75c Take Halls family Pills for Constipation i Bees Honey and Tar is different frm all other remedies offered for the relief of cough lung and br nchial troubles It contains Antiseptic pro perties that destroy the germs and Solvent properties that cutthe phlegm allowing it to be thrown off moves the bowels gently Cures Croup Whooping Cough and Colds in one night Sold by HaydonB Pharmacy f Enthusiastic Meeting of IIhe Tobacco Growers Held Saturday The Burley Tobacco Growers Co Receives Almost Unanimous En dorsement from Local Growers The meeting of the tobacco growers of the county which was held at the Court House this place on last Saturday was an enthusiastic one and the tobacco men present showed an interest in the plans of the Burley To bacco Co thait equaled all expec tatioris MrE C McChord addressed the meeting and out lined in full the plans of the or ganization and what was expected of the growers if they wish to realize more in the future for their product than theyhave in the past MF McGhord has made severaltrips to New York and New Orleans duringthfe past few months and has succeeded in securing financial backing to the extent of 10QDOjOOO for the purpose of handling this years crop The plan of the Burl yCoas set out is in brief as follows The Burley Co purposes to raise in stock subscriptions among the growers themselves and others 906000 When this 5s doneand the greater part of the years crop is secured at schedule prices the New York syndicate will fur nish 9 500000 with which to pay the farmers for their tobac- CO This tobacco is to be graded arid Deceived at the county seat in each town and the farmer paid for it thou and there The Louis Ville Tobacco Warehouse Co has agreed to tale this tobacco for storage in its various warehouses until such a tune m the Burley Growers Co can sell it In otHer to have as many of the tobacco growers to become stockholders and interested in the company it is proposed to allow the holders of the 500000 worth of stock 40 per cent of the profits made out of the to- baccO handled while the New York syndicate which furnishes 0500000 of the capital will re ceive GO per cent Thus the tobacco grower rot only gets a good price for his crop but he is allowed to share in the profits after it has passed out of his hands provided lhe becomes a stockholder which is of course optional with1 him At the meeting held here Sat urday the growers present en thusiastically endorsed the plans as outlined by Mr McChord and a county organization was per fected A vote was taken and every tobacco grower present signified his willingness to join the organization and to sign a contract selling Ins tobacco A board of control for the county was appointed composed of thrge farmers viz W H Leachnuni JF Gregory and WA Clem ents In addition to this board a committee of three men from eacl voting1 precinct of heI county was appointed Jbhese jcommitteemen to solicit tobacco crops and stock subscriptions from growers in each district Contracts were given opt and thesolicitors are at work so ag to get as much tobacco pledged r youngPPlants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may scem the same but some plants are weakand therS strong And thats the waywith children Theyare like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an easy wayout of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation not because of lack off food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength Whateverthe useofweak ness and failure to grow Scotts Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right Send for free sample Scott llowne Chemists Pearl St New York 5ocnudxooa1ldwgg1stL i a k as soon as possible Theloa triict which the farmers are sign ing provides that the tobacc6 iis W be delivered in good merchant able condition and is to DB in spected and graded by an in spector to be appointed by the growers The following is the schedulel of prices paid Spodge grade 1 tOe grade b The grade 3 oc Trash grade 1 12c graded lOc grade 3 7c Lugs grade 1 tIgrLdc2 12c grade 3r 9c Red Leaf grade I 13c grade 2 lie grade 3 9c Bright Leaf grade 1 I8c grade 2 14c graddS l2cM Tips gradtfl Ipc grade 2 8c grade 37c Green damaged frosted and common black tips 3p to 6c Fancy leafand cigarette lugs from 200 to 26c A BoyS Wlia Ri POi Life1 With family around expecting him todie and a son riding forI life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Piseoyery for cons mp tion Coughs and Colds 7 II Brown of Leesvtlle lcd I eh romfstbma tligpt1fLikemarV sumption Pneumonia Bronchi chilis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all throat abd lung troubles Guaranteed bottles SClc and SI1 rial bottles free atC J Hay dons Drugstore A new theory that is proving sue cessful l in the pure of Cpughs Lung and Rronchial affections JS offered in Bees Laxative Honey arid Tar This rencdy cuts the tnucuL heals the aiembranoua lining of the fthroat luLgs and bronchial tubes warps off Pneumonia and strengthens the sys tern generally Croup aim Whopping Cough disappear bdld its use as snow before the sunshine of Sprihg It1 pleasant Sold bYHaydons Phar macy Bold Robbery It is repbrted that a huckster named Joe Smith was fast Salur day robbed of about 05 pear the Bardstowji depot inthe presence of a number of persons who were awaiting the arrivalof the afternoon train to Louisville Smith drove up to the station in an intoxicated condition it is said arid entered into c nyersa tion with two white men and three negroes all strangers Smith displayed u roll of money and afterwards placed it in abag on the seat beside him After a short conversation with the strangers ho dove out the Louis ville pike Th five strangers cut around the old depot store and intercepted Smith wh n one of the negroes seized the btfg containing the money and made off with it Later the money was divided between the robbers near time old engine house below the depot Then they caught the train at Wjthrows and es caped Smith was not aware of his loss until sometime afterward He resides atMt Washinglon Bardstown Standard r FinIeyhUck Sues DlJinstGusditor in Louisville for l500t alleged due the laintiff on salary as Chief Jlerk of Claims iii the State Auditorf office under Mr Coulter The plaintiff sajs it vvar agiecd that he should re ceiue 2400 a year andth t he received all of his salary except 1500 A suit for the airiouet was bi ought in the Pranklir Circuit Court but was dropped on consideration of an agreement by whehvlr Coulter admitted the debt and agreed to gi e the plaintiff a warrant for the amount iltis said in thejpeti tion that payment was refused by the Stite Treasurer oA the ground that the Auditor had drawn more than the limit al lovedforclerk hire Mr Shuck is aresidntofLebanonIC He is represented Attorney JW- S Clements Jas Tayjor of Kondallyllle Ind was seriously diseased with kidney and bladder trouble for 20 yearjs He tested every known remedy without much benefit umil he used PnenlesL This neir discovery cured utterI1nSf by Haydons Pharmacy I 1 0i iiWh JNdJWMiU li Vlro OOU g- iOR j i LOCAL INTEREST 111 uM1 1tgWJ MMM WMMlo JMk WA BAPTIST AssbcTloNTbe Central Association of Baptists f which mot a Mackvllle last week WPS well attended ii das an invl tteresting session The large crowd of visitors we e well taken care of by the good people of Mackville and they were loud in their praise of the Ihospitality of the citizens of that place There are ten clWehes elongingto the Central Association and all were represented at this session Judge W E Selefcman of this place officiated as Moderator and Mr Ft M C mpbelljwas chosen clerk The introdu tory sermon was preached on thfirst day by Rev w H Williams of the Springfield Baptist church and his address was an abe one The greater part of the two days was taken up with receiving and discussing reports of the various committees which gave indica tipn that the various churches were in a prosperous condition and grpwmg spiritually as well as otherwise The annual ser mOH was delivered by Rev A C Graves Before adjourning res olutions were passed expressive of the gratitude of the Association to the Majckville churches and to the peopfc of Mackville in general for their hospitable treatment The next annual meeting will be held at Bethle hem church onthe first Tuesday in September 1 9C5 THUKMANCOOPER The Tay lor County Enquirer says LalitI Monday afternoon Judge I H Thurman and Hon H P Coop er candidates for Circuit Judge in this district spoke to a fair crowd at tho CourtHouse in this city Judge Thufmah i poke first at some length and t was plain to be seen that he hn1 the crbwd from the applause MI Cpoper spoke next and hIs effort met with a javorable hear ingjiind he has a good following in our county Both and dates presented theiri side of the controversy in a masterly manner ill though we thought Mr Coop eriis effort was based entirely too iniich insinuations We favor Judge Thurman in this race and think 1im a winner by u hand some nkjority but it is plain to our vision and the people at large in thedistrict thatin either event the Democracy will be re presented at the next election by a safe and conservative lawyer and One that cau trim the sails of any Republican that may think he has an opportunity to win L4TERSincewritiug the above we have received iinforma tion from a reliable source that Mr poop r had withdrawn fromI the lace leaving Judge Thur man with no OppOSitIOf- lRI4WSTRAT4ONBOOkS have been orJerdaud all preparations have been made for trie registration of voters residing within the limits 01 the Tpwn of Springfield rJlwpew llawjre quires thatal voters tWb ofI toe Itiftn uiid sixth class must register at which time a certifi cate jwili begjiven him which cerI tificate he Ipust produce before llhe will bo allowed to vote at any GIlectiou Ort Tuesday Qctober 4th the pojls in the town of Springfield Will be opened and everyone who expects to vote at any dlectiorl National State County or Tjnvn uiust register dnd receive his certificate rr Ayers Sometimes the hair is not properly nourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls outs turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a Hair Vigor hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears My hair coming oU terribly Tyn ulnfoit afraid to comb it lint Ayer Hair atopped the failing and also r retJftwr natural color tes E 0WalwLandIng2J tll bottle I c ATlm co 1ngzht r Lowell jor oor Hair npn pririgfield is the only incorpo ratedi town in Washington county nlyIers becomes necessary DjssAppdiNTED IN LOVE jsepjh A Edelen the young man who committed suicide in Louisville last week because he was disappointed inloVe attended the Springfield fair herethe last jdiyhis object in visiting this policeJ being to see the young lady with whom he was in Ilove Miss JillieCambronwhoi former ly lived here and who is a sister of Mjr Will Cambron of this place J After his return to Louis ville Jfrom this place it eems that delen became despondent Because he feared that his love was npt returned and on Tues 4ay shot himself with fatal re s ltsi Miss Cambron js still visiting relatives in this county Edelen was reared in Nelson county To THE FAIR4Elev n of the boys from this place who were members of the military cdmpany which was mustered out some fortunateienough to secure a free trip to Binyithe captain of the Shelbyvilk company who is Robt A Button rfn old Washington county bOYThe crowd left here last Saturday to join the regiment whieh is now at St Louis Tliosq who went are Lieut D R Litsey Sargeants Duncan Leach man and Will Roberts Corporal Chris Hertlein Private Cliff Roberts pfck Canter Chas Roberts Jim Shultz Willie Greere Jimi MpLaughlin mid Pa1mr Grundy WVhat Lift In the last analysis nobody lcnos but we do know that it isuneer strict law Abuse that law ven slightly pain results Irregular living means derange meat Df the organs resulting in constipation headache or liVer trouble Dr Kiug New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at C J lay oob Drugstore 1 Unred of r ants DISeasc Geo A ShCrraanJ Lisbon Red Mill Lawrence Co N Y writes I had kidney disease for manyyears and had been treated by bysIciaus for 12 years had taten a well known kidn6y medicine and other remedies that were recommended but ot ho relief until I began using Colbys Kidney Cure The first half bottlel relieyed me and four bottles have cure me of this ter rible disease Before I began taking Foleysi Kidney Cure I had to make water every fifteen minutes day and night and passed a brickdust substance 1 believe I would kayo died if I had not taken FJsleys Kidney Cure Soi1lby Wood dam pbtjl Peculiar Accident Last week Dowden Veatch who lives just across the line in Taylor county was the eye wft ness to a most peculiar accident He had been working onedf his mules during the dayBnd took iit to the creek nean by to water it Having drunk all the water it Svanted it stepped a few feet to the side and began to lick the blue soil which seems to contain a salty substance The animal persisted in remaining asjong as possible at the blue lick and tinally when urged to move on it Stepped on its own tongue with one of its fore feet and in its struggle to frpe itself from this peculiar position tore or cut off about seven inches of the licking member Mr Veatch at first thought of killing the mule but was persuaded not to do so by a neighbor who told him tile tongue would heal up aJright and though this member was seven inches shorter it would not impair the general useful ness of the mule nor lessen ill feed bill In the annals of accidents this case yill have few- partlIelsEnterprlse GASTTORIAFor lafiits ait CkiMrta ml KiM YiHivAIuys Bears th 5Ignur et J jI roll Air rHi a Well JJ II Messrs Mjchael Hanrahtin and John Blain narrQwly escaped death iinn well they redeep I ening on the place of j4ra Doei Idaybottom ofthe well Mr R laine Suddenly fellarid seemed be1 feeling with his fhinds for some thing he had lost At the saw Mr Hanrahan detected the odor ind called tttb Blaine who often1 plays joUes on his fri dSJfhat it was ro tImc to be foolnl By this time Blame was past peaking and his limbs were stfIenjn With rare presence of mind and courage Mr Hanrahan lle for help tied thd ropeend about Mr Blaines bqdy and aw hijn stars 4limbsl rung and it too was being car ned up Haqrahan released the a ladder and escaped by eaD3of it but not a mqnien too 50081IJust before reaching the surface the vapor gt the best of him and but for assistance from th9s6tat the mouth of tbewelt would surely have fallen back Both have no vr recovered from the ex perience It appears that there was notgas in the noxious vapor qjsa t bundle of straw saturated with oil lighted and let down into the well failed to cause flame Qrex q plosion but was itself extinguish t Ii ed as soon as lowered Nelson RCCQrd LAst AND STOCK SSALE i Iif On the nremises the farm Renown as the Waro place To miles iiorthof Springfield inth I Pleasant Grove peighborhood I will sell at public sale on TUESDAY OCTOBEIi4th beginning at 1 pimJthe farm containing 137 acres onehalf in Jr cultivation and tile balance in JJ grass Place ha on it a good six room brick dwellin and all necessary outbuildings It has good orchard and the place iis I well watered Farm contains sqme good tobacco land and is a very desirabre farm cpnvenicnt to school arid churchI A Twill als6at the same time and place sell the following Two good work Inares one pair 2 + year old 1iome mules one ftwo year old mare oLe yearling horse one suckling horse c lt2 ShortBorn cows 2 weanling i it calves 12 stock hogssow and 8 pigs 50 No 1Jgoo stoclewes one bucl About 5b6 bushels if tjicorn some baled hay uqd straw one two horse wagon one break ing plow and other farming iinV jpiements TERMS OP sALE For the farm reasonable terms and wIll be announced ondayrof sale On personal property a six months credit with good baikablohote- will 1e required on alll SQr 10 and overUnderthatarnouijt cash V L W A THOMPSON Ail ExeitiiHj Dish Monday night some one drove up on East Office street with shouts rivaling 1 Comanche In dian Wokhouse KeperBo rd ran out and grabbed the horse TbDggtCitochase which preyed very exit k ing for the firstooyird a thpugh Mr Board is a heayf weight Bnhis xacethttMeers weapon fell from hiship poclwi lund broke his hat Jell from hit head and he never got ckS rto J hs victim than tQbe able ii t touch him on the shoulder Finally the disturber escape4t having outwlnded his fritter The officer re4urrcd took tb i buggy and plAcedjit im a 1iv 1tstable On Tiiwiay oriit a 1 big niixfooter appeared at jxilic headquarters and Ik dthi the horse and koggj be turned over to him H stated that h was not the out yfho hid left tM ehiclEi but that it wait Day Ross of Washing tpnCountywhtr had sent himt tValUiriKi Hews told to tell l avjF to co a4 anig tv his own horse awt bgyHarrocTsbur Herald 11 FiffttTerll1Smacy unITcoRukssrnps 4 I I t T THE NEWSLEADER rOBLTSHfiD EVEBV THURSDAY A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KYI E L DAVISON Jr ErnTonANDCLtSfl Qocalor bi lne polices 10 cents per kcbsubscquenf insertion Gallon candidates and political matter rentS per lino CJ Job work Js done at low rates but cash usttiopa on delivery of poods 4 Amortising contracts made on liberal rIt feiftiarlei and resolutions of respect 3 ntsperIine- t4 AotrgME t 23 iunty Magistrates county OrncerE Distrint Oflices = e TjnuRSDAYv SEPTEMBER is 1904 jForGifCuit Judge Wc are authorized announce v I IL THCRMAK p candiaate for the oDlcc of Circuit 4 Judcof tillS the Eleventh Judicial mstficti composed of Vhshington Marion Taylor tnd Green counties J bjftcr to the action of the Demo critiC party The withdrawal HP Coo prirom therace for tneDemo c atic nomination fury Circuit JiHtee leaves Judge 1 H Thur- iran a clear field and assures his election in November as it is lirdly within the ppsslbilitte that the Republicans will put a candidate in the field Judge hunhan showed this strength with the voters of the distrio s from the very Erst mention oi liisTiatne in connection with tho jicfgeship Coy Beckbam was farsighted enougli to see this aid although ha had to turn down spplcanis for the place who kerc closer to him politically h3 dixl the popular thing and ap poirttcd Thurraau Duringlh short canvass which Judge ilflmirman basmade he has Cain tiength daily until his one oFlcut very Iilroly foresaw 4the inevitable result and grace i fully witIdjew whnejfli was yet lima to save the expense of a primary v I 1wQ beleive that fthe Burley tobacco growers jof Kentucky have 10 opportunity to assure a great and properousfutureibrt- hmse1ves in their line of agw culture by cooperating with tire 4phs of the Burley Tobacco Growers Go If the thing is a 1 go this season it means permit nent high prices for tobacco and more money each yeAr for the farmer for his years work Money for the flvcmer means more money in circulation more husHuQss for the town merchant and others dependent on the farmer As far as Washington Bounty s concerned our farmers are thoroughly awake to the situation and if the movement 4 has taken hblQ as Well elsewhere success for the new association is assured The public will be entertained for some timeto cdmeby reading and digesting letters of accep tance from candidates Presi dent Roosevelt has just given us plenty to think oy er and it is now said that former Senator Davis hits gmplafed the first draft of Iris letter accepting the Domocrallpv vice presidentiar nomination and the finishing t u 3hes wilt b 2 added Thursd ay The document wili not be made public until affe r the publication of Judgf Parkers letter of ac ceptance All signs point to an early I cndinjof the Rn so Japanese vai liThps have practically 4jrou 5b it toa close themseiirt J by Dipping the enemy at every turn arid nowit is said that the Powers wil r be called uppjo tp inte vens for peace and thnfc a ntention cjf beHaguc forThrl 1U1POS L4L hwiIdcst ecitemen1inc tfamous Loiter corner be it icurred in the Chicag9 grain arid Mieat pits On the strength of r the Government crop Tcport and- 1 pjs joi killing frosts Swheat advanced thrcq ahvl one lull cents and corn two and t ireccigl1 tl s r t r ii r ji J IINewsUtom The County Happenings Among the County People b as Reported by our Correspondents J MOOES7ILLE r Born on Septembei 11toJile wife of Heibsrt Edcleman a 10 poundbQy Mrs Gstl erine Boblitt has gone to Wi more to malife that her future home Hope to repprE a wedding next week Guess who Mrs Jcsie- Settle has returndd froni Spence coutty vf here she has been visiting relatives for a weeir Our pistol Ice will bedon tinuedon thd Ipth Burr Cru ics slesas wel attendeti and everything brought fair prices Mrs Sustn M Hendrdn of Jefferson vill is vintlng friends and relatives herp Mr Nintirc 1 Smth s jlda suck ling mple 2olt to Luclcn Gregory for i7O7to be delivered October 1st j Stock ant drinking water is very scarce at this time ip and around Moo esvillo- El May ed and Redmond Smith will finish their contract of hauling gayelca ihe Valley 5111 pikeha nog hauled 400oads ofgravel at 20 cents Tljey wiU wind up this weVir We do not hear any thing about the next prijnary People have had enough of primariies to last them awhile Mr T J Settle is soliciting wrders from tobacco mrnjor the Burley Glovers Asscctationr Ilillsboro Messrs T6m Prather and tiess Shewm sjker j vere in Hart otlsburg Saturday on busioess Mrs E JT Wilson has returned to hpr nouie near liitse aftei several diys visjt yith heron John Leahait Miss Kailie Ballard of the Grove sp6nt Su nday with Miiis Floss Arm roig Mr Ttjjfp Sjcllvoy and wife gave the young people v of this community a dance PridayUight Missesj Eliu1l arid Hattie Sec ties and BerJ ha Miller accompa oledby Megs rs Less and Ernest Shewmaker ind Mitt Leachman atlecdect chirch at WifHsburg Tuesday nig it Mesdames Emily Leachman1 and Annie Grddby were calledTto Pairfierd Saturday by the illhess of Mrs Will Leachman Miss Moilie Shewmaker oi Gotland sper t Tuesday and WeNd nesday wit tha Misses Innan and attended the Association at Mackyillev Died Sept nnberSth Franklin the infant son of Mr aud Mrs Ira Qilispie of Hct Uprings Ark Mrs jilispio was forme ly Miss Re nor Sliewnaaker of this place Mrs Anni Godbv bought a 5 oar old mai e of Davis Settles cf Texas for 100 lam requested to sayTliat we dont need Prof Howell iand his sinking sch 301 at this piaca as we rhave an extra good choir under the jnanagem nb of Mr Z ian vMesfrs Bob and Charlie Mcllyoy and Mrs Mqllie Noil of Brook vilie spent Monday here with their sister Mrs Cora McIlvoy Mr felsa Royalty has veturnV ed to his hot 10 at Card well after visiting his daughter Mrs Louis Orark Mrs Minnie Heed spen Tues day viji or daughter Mrs Mary Thompson The Brool svillo baseball learn will play bui boys here Saturday afternoon All are jnvitcd fo4r cone atyd se a good game J S Leaeliman has rc4iteI tha fqrItheyeariOOi Rn sh3Iovc- I Bictiard ipodhasV bought a tafm from Cal Seayt 000 and said two ho sos to same at 260 35m GhSs r issick with fever hub isjsonte setter we think Bill iMilburu is cutting tobacco today 3d Blitho from Indiana ls vis ting relatives hercj also his Uncles Messrst Frank and Fred Thompspn Enoch Burkhead arl fatuity visited Mrs Rena Thompson and family near Tatham Springs last Sunday HinkOhoser bought a hdrse from MnYahcey attLlO It is still dry in ouiycomjtuunity anU we are needing ratn badly There is talk of having a two pheJyIwrillsent word he vyoulfl be hare in about two weeks to hold a two weeks meeting Charles Burkhead and wife and BIlfMilburn line wife visited Ike Ghesor Sunday ilas o APic Oi Ghria1 Cll1li ii4tI have sold Ohambcrauii Cough Kftnicdy fob more than tiiut years airl it has given entire attsfaction I have sold a Tpileof it and cnn recom- tncnd it high ly Joseph McElfiii iy- Linton Iowa Ypn will hid thfs rcin- cdy a good friepd when troubled with a cough or cold It ahvajs affords quick relief ardia pieasiant to take Forsale byjiaydonfs drnsetre From 148 to 2 Pos One of the most reraarkatlO oaSOflof a cpd d epseated on 4he Ifiirgss eanshig pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fcnncr Ivlarloiv Int who was entirely cured by the usd of Onc Iinttto COugh Curs Shesavn tiThe coughing ami straining so weal ened me that I randown in weight from 348 to 92 pounda I tried a num ber of remedies taio avail until I used One Minute Couch Cute Your botrles of tliis rqndcrlul Ieniedy cured me Gtitilr ely oftrn cough strengthened mvilnngg and restored me lto my nOr mal vyeight health and streugtj Sod byalfdrugffists Jensonfon A V Arnold sold Wiehcraaiii der ofhis land io J Li Harmon for J920 Possession gi ycqon- oybefore January 1st 1904 Mrs J L Tlarmoh vo has been very low with ty phoid fever is getting well again We had a good rank last week Farmers were glad to receive it owing to stock water getting scarce The tobacco is being eut rapid Jj here Mostof it will be cut by the end of next week AjI Grain was yisitiHg 4iis father Sunday We have had very little tinjo to gather much news Wvis week corisequently we haya a short letter BllC1C IiF atjyg Has world wide fame for mar veious cures Il surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or bra for cute Corn s burns bcil sores feb1i s ulcer tot tar salt rh eu mfeyeir sores chsip ecr hands skin erupfiops infallible sor piles Cure guaranlced Only 25c atJJ Hay don Druggist Whtn troubled with coiutijwtioti try Chamberlains Sto ai and Liver Tabets Theynr easy to tike and produce no griping of olher UHpleafi ant effect For eak by vHaydonV drugstore 1ingpys epia Tabkts cure indi gestioji dyspepsia and streugthezi the stomach Sold by UaTtis Phar may Carfwzli1 s Cuek Mu and Mrs James E Smith were visiting at J B Garricos Sunday Born1 to tim yifeof Richard Keeiie i5n August HI a girl Miss ronia Medley is vary ilt with typhoid fever ftt this writing Misses Flora Smitlrnnd Alice Viiite xf near R ywick were visiting Mary Belle and Jcssid Onrrico Wednesday alid Thurs day of last week A good many young people of this place attentled iliie social given by tlie Misses JKoene of McxEntire Albert WillQtt and MlsS Churl fey pFFrederi6ktown Wre visi ting at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Matt Mock bought from Je11t ODaniel a hbrge for 05 Misses Della Ftinnie and Lizisie Smith were visiting an WttOBryajis Tuesday last VEGETABLE 5ICILAN flairRenewer 4A highclass preparation for the hair Keeps the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff and always restores color to gray hair Uj9a rc33WM Mrs Jhtnes IlL Smith is spend lug this week w fch IIGTJ sister Mrs Will Browning of RaVwick v y A Notice Taxpayers V The state aTiloo nynx foi the your 1901 aj now dueitr4 all ijec pns ifvittg same wl pleastqai on iti or my deputies and settle Uli otf rher d lay which will dfe5b BTrpx C1oAcE- hf b Sheriff W C LACI OFAPIETITE 7ct reI Zetkk t TIHH tN 7 iI4 t nat A 3fl4ho r4tl at u k aloulJ have hU dktuA a A oar kusiu ipeaiods prbldbft ILta ray ef lltjinj ti net f k LJ tiziy diawi a Iiaztut IIlih L J1bIUa1 irxakfairt 7i- whot dlauIr t1F prop- otiic1 eftq lit os at tf or kLC- Vist wU Cta iit breuknt ir- Ilat Is niecaay Most uiis hu- Lcu br34kt t tIiuc It uiqi3 t t3iguod TflcZa s d viiiI few do t r any Icuth- t tiu i 5t1nck to binJ tZt 41rIc b tht I- tL3 eC1Y the fUOd I a llt hi ti n aii- fl 1iO baj 4 th ike ef cin ol troI- 4Lgkt or ctil J rruIt- At cinaer ri4iritu o Itr jtu1- t1 twf sat iti T Irrltiitlos- tlice eret wteafl ipctZe- it rut b ifl4crEtoJ t1rt tC kKk of nttit lijifzy ef c8ilutt w aBfelleat uIuewhU 2bt oithk wlthcrit a2St t1nIIacb2tI rbLt tLu ilill- hZuI wii ut rii rQnrGr itn luL le7n-u uand feel thiit Iii 4I rgtr tha kre Tl ja iLLm p frc2h LkP t lLVV rer ic dshc4 lt zUIJ t iiiity 1hii 14W- s Vtj4 c iu 1Iiir taste Itil ii35ato 5vct audits kIttie niiette iij cli i1rit p w gi- iII7 Et4fli dIk iust b- etanttTi1 I ewii1i Ia r4i the lae4t flfl4J Ii seen ci tst tstka A uttnrh- tite f tLitp bit t1 nIzwe ci 1 IIkcd i1P u t1 Iitj- cf surer Jroa dyii rh maTh thta HJt 45 bilious iietc atffl 1ek hesd PWwna- lIeChpGdaU NATIJTRE8 HAriDIWORK Tc Wnisgt11trdgc 4kai t 5HC7Du n Ltat VrItii i3ut tke voloMifIrklg d- Ltshi V W iar iayuintbt C tiirr Aeio C5OLb manurln ket hwla firni ifrftli to well nature hs tinown ft bleuh1t3lrer of lcl an4 stone sixty fcut HiH hi the c ntrii part apd forty tee frkle leaviitf iwip derneath it a eiftJ cpcttluft 507 feet Ii rprial4ttJar W0it tW lateral waliir of thc artfli rtie jmpeMieilarly nerj tot tiif top of the JMrklgo when tJ7 flare uuM ttlpr jHftjranl giving tUe ffec ot t1UnCiiiP ccpIii iL WU- k5oyIinl the iimlu Itrtwtnre ftrt e or ttreife tNt 0 eavhilc 4iI tcndiaip tdib tie grttrt ruIadtIu- iL yrnmetr te WI hait ci t1 brhlsie jgMf Mittle proportional f iliid brtds iy tw pmu rqlthlwd b71 few eotap irtyp i Tlinu its hdglit 1 mor than twko iifltt ht spi woze than thte tmet3 reata 01 the tamoiw Mtoral bridge cC TIrin1L its btrVIIW 00 1i8f fL frthcr- sLrt tM1 bouI ot the chbrnfrd u soary arvkin flu Dlsftrict of CohIInIbI3 knoU fl cg149 Jkgi btidc a row inIk fVera isfatoift ni e wbk- Iai the ciitQIt nfl 0 ii3 iaOfl- brJje tbt C07thWat THI4 brtg woithIt ovTd3D tI CPltOI Lt WiII h iton aiJ ear the op of kthe loin by fiftycur ilrfc Al lf tUa llofited- tee f hi tM laliitNBd8i grove of ftsfl ID trauf0En t tMxI In the b3t lota of tie caitfba JU ttjL itU nIl Lwk tbhtjItt tNt of nieLdd tlu ira 1 tafe of the mreh LrLigO ol ir vcr7 light I1 ftt1tDd tL 01 aiIutlhtthenFof irciu uLd orange tlntvI IkIY4 hqe aid there v tikt iiIjt bntgrcZe 5L1 alcnX thtI eTevk Ih iorqr t1- iikc gIvl TIVanUth enl br to wondertflt phtprc i44iI is III 9II4ifr TtIOWa M vb9 ra bebendi- iIiii liwM tmOilLtCI fea wit 11 tIled says IlchrutcLcr tjUh anui Cone4Tn thnt In o1rra woU biv p pearal to tIe krIty butt 10 Jrtw natare najagftedtia tiw ffIJnn4 ho lad bp04 llWtV tmuvrdu dttrlnZ his lu1prIwuU3e3lt With n atlietl ouch irWriif i Wfcr a eat triui th- qtre hupi3rfU kcrd ril t ilows wIi tkt to Lt b xfrou him U tImi46 abut up hop kl wheu tbIrar3 are nil gone I1Lts h bad tbS iejtinij etyhly thOilbt he- wn ihoL2t thO WOTt Why kin ing jjifir w idnt cunie to hte faiimli Well fr l ve bee- oti a 1laauanih u for tb last Art yieai tbtt ift Mkiaa s tb ony raI saIs lit ever 1veL 1y- IogaIthJ gaodnn poli HJ ntriat 1kJuV Tidow ILmprIt iWmyCmoW l cigarettes iI1td iire to hurt er 1IiinyTeIt Where did yer git dat notion Front pop A v Le WiZ Wt litrinsln yer So he wniflt IWnsIn me He wtw irrppla ffio Pnta bow I knows it hurti4 t cHe tan lail and Tlniwt 8tca Ttaiy Comment At a cauncM of ceiierals eriy ti UK clTil vrr oa3 cf tUbarvaiiutevl that Lfajnr V3 TVouuLJ ad would ba unallo to per a a e rtiJu J ty fc- wlileh he iitvl Veen st t1 VounJ si1 Ld Te n 1f ttt s really so l thlnk It must have bxvrj ly an accidental dldcharga of d 11 y 7LJ I Dcmocrafjc Cjndidj Tiiobllowing gentlcmcln voj declire4 Iho nominees of their paiUy for the respective con ni y jgustj voted for at the regular pheUonj November 1905 For Go inly Judge B L Llt ey For Co AitorneyT Sr Mayosj CJmmty OfekXVv JP Broker reps T tlive W 15 Ukybrobke STl1 Shoo1J V thish 1 r Jb I erteo D CiUeLL- OrAS sovrr Pb131yan VT rp MiLc1iellDefuty Focoroher J M M 3btgofii40ry 1P1TH AND OllNn if tO iate fiui t We1 a pfcpm fee nO1 tzan we can ptrforaa lt c4Mfr r thai OtLIX 41o Thu- he liirni 3tutbI rct tJt on 4c1rns cloy yc thinyril Thwel wtb hin1ItTt uit ama jM2r Cut taInmeta I9Uth1teritity i01 T k2 VI0V 8e1lst ion 1013 flfl jvze TroingetieIf bow 3I 0I1 guc Wbc n IlilU tIonhigen ally Tb f4oft t teltt b fjWke 1w bly h0ep4- it nb ij cstid It tool ie HII ca be way ibwn ins If the pkttrci In the family nlhtua were II n iu hLan thhi13yoir ligo- l0pkb zrmgh I 4 1IQ3t lsflere c ing a dCr nt tribe it hnn icetniTsonCkde wIth icii tL Oii c tl urlititoteiv York lily ira1 rcl on bitiwiay itfltosojiSy tho mtxii tier of ymtisg Mfor ca ruliax hi 1am IiI4fl there srttti- ii 1 but iire ten WC7 travrl- Ieio a Ui iIntest every caie tIpr ire the rt f ynun onAtn vboi- fdlng ii hkIp ofrarjy kind t T 0 or 1hi typo ippotbiw- Cb3flsfl zit tuuIti7 nnh 01tjr fryinr XeiIy t msk if tiargthi with him WaktiI away wltb tfctlf iio e high ID eaIr rniey auuhcr jIJrOf wnil- T1n s 11 the MflIV iIhist4- Theyrt the kind tbt tMISk r14ing In bn1LI the reel thIng azad tty Ayeup Il k to blow thmIve b- a ride c nniay rliejsIws try i a dOWIi and ineat w let b11d Jtwlnn bnifais bad icttlf cilrk Prcs Rdtble innlM orou a hiftie iIaid of the hiUji pEnes one of the chief o rce9 from Wii coW edible bird itoftfc It has iben waIl of cic1flt1g the sea hi wbfdi tire dtei lvW qMere a cer- Wa a waIIniv tiilb ht eet 7he- i1d fl Lin eolkxt- tb zasts frm the Ihtts y means of lungEnB iupentIltng tbcii to h- 1uce tracl rs who vtflQ ftcui ft heir oTL cbntry Krettty t ccnx- UlllrcMt dlkiThiaeats are Iirue hnqb Ini tM br 1l 3ICxl cnn fur Znrl i oCtc rd1ng to Pdzt 1lo Um Cf which jht Lire lc evmr orre- t1l frzu Ike salivary ilaiada of- wgd1ts r uoi Plane 40 When yta Ivc miFf whit you in- 201rd BJJ Ptk whenyou have jziltcn fcar yjinjl IihtctEIo4 to wrte- t A prnftIr nfth n hIWt ill rand i uai rfhr anr pet3eia to- rJl c ti ny liivervea readable V ity ha a rgln dt much tat LI uiIerio cudred pa- efitl3 Au 1krruuaIe fDo rtHiib titt7hi tnhappy JRasr 4tyr rrvl ii IL 1iI7 fl t ibey ei- Ithnr ot t3fst boh tk- jitr ti 4ptft tjit n tc acoarh l t iiL y t r 4et uicho- atou iltSin tktttifra j J p iltl Piu- 4tll tkiI QSpithL t ts ntr iir IhN ereL4u sw- b44rp t3 thu war thepc nd 0 it i3tr cflnt OihLi- odctn EuJ wajr tksKi iZtttn hI fabwd bOtlen the tLe cote tjt ehtv vuh tucr t west t t L waai tht rtdget of tf tr r nieaUit ttu- n 12a PhI ui lashL3gan- i to aj3ril Jtd snIwhcoure hi brrxr uimb1iWefiar- rin4 Vlaee Ibtit t i rornsevp- iithr rta the Vrfctfi H Yrk ItIra- Th OPI Cf ti wLy L1aSn IeIegraph I fhritbairePrle IITIZcim ftr Witn rs lIuudre1i f tir n took c1oes- fbii itecrIit a inighIs theIia tibu rum ilic catuIwjmr of Iorae ktiI2tfli1ItU rmtsof i l1l r Iid eJUciInd 4- hOci id 4tCarhci i- lvr Iii wc uea tin by te ucs- u ah dLinaen ai4 eii n of n ILIU r tcd iu thjrvn LII IFitv ciillil liinuor S rvlccl Tliey say iil uinsettee taiins of clkl goll iliijij r vr lr th1 vp not sre t MiYei or foiir of tlim ii tl vorli nril ifiy nift too smI f y f ii F i tit I ijii1 it u ofIlt ptCo wlilth loiir pr dfjyfl c Is bt i i vi i t ttbUvr irti s b CQII to1 o1 r t ttpy vi k lleriiU f y r r kill a I t rT i cE cje Agents for SJ Old Hicftory firid Stud baker S Wagons i fora tt M IN Fi We r ugjg Carts fall tthe jor the Plo t Gall antl jO ir line of Harness Collars ti Vodti Gear Buggy Robes and Horse V I r ij L LI H 5 WHEAT Cash IP ajd for t dIIDES nL FURS 1vi1l euro any case of Eidney Bladder disease that is not blyond the reach pfmedicine GIVEN UP TO DIE Saal X VfrViniiSt EausviteI- Z ritc3 oc fler fI IwoFtrubletl h kiiaeIdbJddetEectiop I lest flesb I wa un3bletowork Three phrsleiansf iiIno awl 1 was siren up to die Foley V uer Giro tMtr fncoram Bde l and the flret s rirfi ma great Bltof and after tctkiaj tIn buttli I wa sttirly cored trwrc Stie 50 Cents and 1OO- Farfa1cW- e hav4 ur charge for 5i the fflemrg described cts oi Iiii ittl HI take gren I p imir nsimany of their priee bn3I i1cv VrToNM 2 CIC farm 1 ihks Irrn SpnrgtleW good sniiI lous gd Uaru ttftoc whl fenc d fiid cftkr9d mcmUj Su grass Pncc e1Oirracre Ile llaC0 5 mHcs frost Sptingtied rgu tin th life glpoI liOjID4D1I Lain all good Inid firt1ms tobavco land i IlOj acre trn r miles fro- nSltflgLid iighl ecu the plrei itfw five isaep IioasC row tetrii L4rro h eiliivre4 atd fenced 4knd of cultiyatio ice 5 peracrc 3 3 acrf farm 6 rftihs fro- mctriikeJprir XfipW gool vsl rOn hVjttSi ill good oubhuild h1s hid f wttei aad well feed ZljOO ITO acr3 fimrm n3ile house anti barn ptent atOftd t bacco land vrellI wkterecl aIU fenced Price 151 acie piece H mles from SiiringfleW Land all lays well 4tid in higii MaLe of cultivalibn at1Xl three room house and gocd Wrn Price fiaOO l5 acre farm 5 miles froia ri gtield right on pike small hiue and birn plenty of good tohitcn J nC Price S500 20h acre place 7 m ihs frolh Springfield handy to church Htnd ohotrf Avail fenced Land all IC goO4hmtpe gLpd t IooI1 b 30 kndfWil Lmrn S700 it110 acre farm 2J miles from pHngfieW JS jckSin house gftod scick Xntttobtcct barn arm ma5tly in jcimi Piico 40 j acr paf tfo ac tl paL S miles frct Sprin fiotd good house jyid barn uW good land CO acres Of batonr tiL3jeIt fenced plenty ot tiiofeer irice SO per nero gjgig fttiIs great Cosycreiceto lRva at aId iviUWe rciwedtef for nUc in of accident aini for Hjht ittjerj s and mitnteutft Agec luiitoeut and otto that ia fit hcHJOmjnjra fivorilo If pot I hou cboi4ttecex Ms1s Chamberlain Pa Jo Balm U r flp3itlg it4jrowptiy to r cut LiuJpe or burn liallxja the yin aIl capises tIe isijor to kI Ov jfbfcut oaO tMrt tHc tinc usually rO qiirid fcjpfljnf iiiI an a tisepttc h rrccnt I1y dsugr 01 bOoItPOlS0I Jhrf WhceP ii IJaltii is kepttit hand a sprain mij be treated before hula ii4iJl ada Li which iiviiren a quick recover Jut nJebv Fujdons dr store s 1om i tt n A weak stomach weakens khe ian tecause iLannot trau4frmi the f v he c zitS into o tirshinf nE Health cud ragth cannot e rfttofed to any ilck Iniiri or weak woman w4 liouS frt restorinsf iittlth and strength to the stomach it Vreult stomach cin uot digest crfOagh food tc fcetl h tiJcs and r yjTe the trcdVuHrUo djviiitrbs ajdCjr nns of the hotly Kodol pyiWS6 Cure digEsts what ycu oakcleMulesi and rajfIhirns the glands and membranes of the stomach rnd cures indllftstion dy pep iaand ill itoviijch troiijv9 Sold by all drus fl- 1iC43 Or oat Headquarters FARM UPPL1ES KY Phone No 20 Quantity tfromt a Carload k CUR WflS DEALERS Buggies Ill1erndllts Grain and 1Seods handle eSjSurrqys giales7to uitrpiirehiser Ageiatjs yrdcuse Hillside ekamiiie extensive Bhmkets FOLEYS- KIThEY WtE mnhg1ttaLe from- iprirlieW1gocd SPRIRGFJDLD TOjlladolhsc CHILDRflNI crying cures summer complaint KraawaytuIem beyond control Three physicians = S re loin up Owens Pink Mixture = saved his life I cannot say cuough It saved our baby 0it0 xeelne wlthant this lIe Sic bCLeI sznxtureo3enqpackme Moze1backIIeitestbct y LI oli sanmpie and boo frc nddrcsTfi FLOD MEDC1 CO i FLOYDS DYSPEPSATABLETSjb0NM For sale by C J Pharmacist Oporunifi 1jis5 rcsrDa-an zcZ t io Li Crct Stvr s m Darcct z 2to fsm Lahz 4rkas3s3ndfafl frEi1co1y d Pw nan Sleeping ird FTCD Reclinin Chair Cars MuReeke s xcvrsions first and thin Tn sdays oi tach month escriptze lmtaratu waps foldem ut cii app1icatioi j tia c fOWiSEND P T G MATTHEVSi 6 alas39pfe r ndII4e4gent Traveling EasscnscTA6nt T LOUIS LduisyiLLc Mr Notice iU All pibons having clalnjs- a i aibSt lh estate of Mrs Susan1 M Duckmau wiU please presdht the same to me properly proven oil or before Qctober 1 1904 or tt6 my attorney WF Grigsby at his office in Springfield Ky on pr before said dale JOHN COLLii Admrf of Mr Sbsan M Bqckman j A Well Lcnrcccl Lcsxon Amonff time villnif scboolB Iii tub Tyi til is qiw vlifyh is coudactc4 on the itost Anadttu prlmJirfcs so munch so indcql UNit tIe cItiUren ate hu the llblt of a Wiiassinff time tnnstcr tis Lilt instep of with the more re sbcctful jdtt JCcc U bisbop nnaoanted hisInt n tjtfa of iiiaiKHrtiiigr the school Thtr Biastee thereupon culled the children tS tiietvttiul toW them thsft they uuiat on no nc5at nay dnto the blsUcp tortr nut iuAtonfl nhvnys ndarttrf him flj Jgttrtf lllKJillec GaadoaV your ftItOIL11 lordship A Htth latwtiio bishop arrived dnJ itiiia rxeIict with Ueroralnsrdvorcifce ii onler ti test time Knowledge of thi flitljlrin mattcta roligious he asUcd tiicm TeLl me try chfldrea which Is the cjlshth cbdimaadmont YThcrouiJoa Up rose a shrill chorus Xour cpU s5pal lordship sinai nott 1E S- Laxatiye egulatesi Pare JNEWAR An improvement over tfl Lung 1nd Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Sthengthens the Lungs anl- G iitlyMovPS the Bowels Bleasant to the taste and good alike forYourig and Old PREPAED BY finale Medicine Cost Wcago U5A i 7 1 We sell Coal in Any Hrros QIivor Chullcd Plots DsTgOrrMIcIL Haycton tS2hrt-I Cough Gommissioriers Sa1c I GBoblitl dmr etc PIls yS4 Fquity HamPile Guar etc V Dctti ij3y rtue of Judgmcnj and prd o sale ot tim Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Fob term thereof 1904 iu the above canpc 1 shall proceeof to offer for sale at tim Court House dopr in Springfield KyonL MONDAY SEPF 25 19C4 at OB about 2 oclock pwi being county tourt day to the highest bidder aFpublie aactiqh upon a credit rf 6atid2mphth the fpHo injj dej spribgd property tbwit Two tracts or parcels of land lying and being hi rashngio HF county K tract K0 1 boundi ed as follows BegiuhiLg at a stone in fhe lice of F Settles near and corner to New 3opj church thence s 26 e rr poles to a ste in said line thence s61W88 poles to a stone cicf side pt lull thence n 241 w41k poes tctf stdne in branch ihence n 7 e 17 poles to a gaiepostcpr f uei tograyeyard lot thence with j same s 24 e 18 4 poles to ja stone thence n 24 w 17 poles to a stone one pole south of church lotv thence n 64 e j poles to the beginning r cohtJiining 9 acres of Jlandtl ss and exempted of tbQu i above bdupddfrv 2 acres more dr less Tract No 2 Bef infiing at a point where dirt road No intersects the Mobresville anti Booker turnpike rod thence north with said road to TOf pfob lilts line thenqa vi hv said Bob litts line to the line of EaiidiU Settle and Charlie Butler thence with their Un6 to the srid urn pike toap thence with said turn I If pike tead t Ih4 beginning1 ioo j taining4Q acres more or less For the purchase ptiq tih par chaser of purchaser with approved eecnrity or anfetk matt mxcatw bond bearhuig Ieal iumtereet fro 4ata- of sale uutfl paid and havJn the fotem and efect of Jumgaent Bn iswlll be required to eoply proesp41 with these teiaj SG IAC1Af C W C0 i Sean t i d Ysi m- r44 1Tii 7 7 7 N w Ur I T rJ = y 7W DR JJI BURTON RK JDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED VitHOUT PA1N 0n10uH1no a k upstaJr KYSPRINGFiELD AHDental Work Strictly 1FirstcIas 4DRJH LAM PTON OFFICE la Opera House r 4WFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY At LAW l mO1lice oxar Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELDj KY i DiS1 M Green t DENTIST 4 All kinds of dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Bordtt Phone 56 SPRING FIELP Iii JB ROBARDPM W HYATT f RoBARQ8 HYATT v Bjsiciwss and Snrgeons- Ofiicenext a lo UlerkJs Olceh JAMS GRAVES P ACTI6l Aratchmaker aDd Jeweler rICarries a line of Watches Clocks and Tcweljy Repairing a Spe chilLy Located atT W Sirams i Jr old law office cpposite Court House Springfield Ky t = L1k DRW F TRUSTYl PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Hajdon Barber t I t Dental work atroasoutible prices 4AUwork guaranteed SPRINGFIElD KY n JOHN Y MAYLSsi FlWIEfiAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER TELEPHONt PAY 19 NIGHT T4l SPRINGFIELD KYc HHave YlollU Wing J TCD DQ I If socaUu J L ALLEN at the Depot j r mm mwm ii Hauled Furniture Moved l rd an ything in the hauling i 5r iine done careiully and at easoTiable rates PHONE 22tt I Railroad ScheduleI Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad No 4i Leaves Louisville at 410 pni Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown1 552 pm- arrives nt Springheld 645 pm No 42Leaves Sprin Qeldat 530am Bardstown C17am l1Bardslown Junction 705 amj arrives at Louisville 755a mjNo 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930am Bardstown 1115 am t arrivp atSpringfield 1240 pm p Nb4 Leaves SpringfieIdaS j 120pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotiop 435 p m arrives at Louisville 54o pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeavesI tSptjn4ie1d at 715 a ni Bards town Sam Bardstown Junction I 845 am arrives at Louisville 985 am oQl Sundays only Leaves Isouisville at 6 pm Bardstown JunctipJv 6 50pnt Bardstown 735 prnji arrives at Springfield 825pm I find nothing better for liver dn rangement and constipation thac jOhnbr18fls Stomach an Liver Tablets L F Andre a Tea Ioin s for salt by Haydons drugstore WOO- f iITOWNLocalf i ii hWiWt WHappenin svof Interest i Freshest and Latest 3 AH About Yourself Friends 1j and Acquaintances M qq1 J W Bush lost a fine young lhorse this week iomi the effects of lung fever Two thoroughbred Black Berkshire sows and ten pius for salecheap E L tAVisoN Jr Aunt SaUte Hundley da old and respectd colored woman died at her hbmein Jim Town last Sunday FOR SALEA good second hand pheaton newly painted and in firskclass condition Apply to E L Davison jjr The Springfield Colored Fair begins today ajrjflj will lastthree days The Ass ciation offers some good premiums and attrac- iousthis year ana a good meet ing is expected Therp will bean excursion out from Louisville Saturday Mr Tom Hardesty has bought lot of M Li Searcy on Davison avenue and will at once begin the erection of a cottage Other ouses which will be builtonI that avenue shortly are those of- F R Hodapp and Theo C Campbell Mr W H Yancey has sold his farm on the WiUisburg pike a and a half from pringfijerd to Dan Kelly at Olper acre The farm copain 214 acres and isWell mPr sale WAS made througji vedfhhy Wharton H Poultry ticket No 337i the tiCk t1UP iltry and eggs has otyet been presented If same iis1uot presented by Saturday OctJ 1st another wilt alre place imme in order to give my cus toinrs another chane forjhet prize M H The SgripgHeld Graded School ojJetied Monday in the commo clious new school building The first days enrJlIenf 6f pupils numbered 207 and the attendance s growing each day There are ix teachers employed and the school promises to be a flourish ing one from the tart A dispatch frpm Owensboro says that Ed Orkies formerly of this place wasa quitted at his examining trial of the murder of Thomas Oldham an acc untof which was published in this paper last week The killing occurred in Orkies saloon at the little town of Ourdsville near Owensboro Si Moore a colored man em ployed at the electric light and power station liaela narrow es ape from serfoiis injury last Saturday He was doing some work about the stegnl pump and removed the wrorig tap from the compressed air C amber when it j blew outf The f rce of the air struck Moore iin the side kiiockr ing him clear ac oss the engine room and bruisin him up badly The wounded nan was taken home where he v as given medi cal attention j jS I Drs RoBards aind Hyatt have installed in their Cffices what is known as a Staticd machine which apPlIanCeSjused diseas sand as a help in surgery The machine ha an Xray at he1settingofi locating pistolballs in a body and in many other ways The machine is a very elaborate and expensive One and is such as is usedin medical colleges and by upto ate s rgephs Sad Death t Little harlielthe tenmonthsI old babe s Qsc rll Aubury was called by the Angel of Uealhon Sept 8tbi He had been ill about lour weeks of fcxI anda slight attack of brain fever Do not weep dearparents sisters and brothers for you know the little departed angel has gone to a better brighter land where he will n ver know ough f pain or sorrow We know it was hard to give the litth jdarjing ba ktQI the One who sent his sweet babyish facet give jpy to all for so short a tithe but remem berHawho did it koewiwhat wasbesVtL lC S Sheep fqr Sale I have some riica western and native stock ewes prices right ee me before buying ROBT M THOMPSON iiMTQFIGSI twl crI fI Millinery FljBeginning Wednesday Sept 21st The Knott Com Jj PflY will htve on display their exclusive line of Trimy med Hats which will surpass any thing cversh j 3 wniIiIIh Springfield Miss iinvites her many friends a j I J the public generally to call and inspect same PUBLIC SALE In order to settle a partnershipS business we will offer s on THURSDAY SEPT 22904 at 2 oclock pm on my arm 4 01 miles East cf Springfield known as the Horseshoe 13nd1the fol lowing described property con sistin of 3 extra good brood mares 1 six year old work mare 2 extra onefilly colt 1 Jennet n4 Jack colt 8 Polled Angus cows and calves I De ring bind er Deering mover and rake Iwwalking cultivatorj 1 disc hare row T two horse electric handy wagon 1 Dix fodder cutter arid a various other things too numer ous to mention TcrmsA1l sums of 5 and under cash over that amount onn January tfmcnot negotiable and payable jn bank with god gersonal soquri y CTLoOspON wIV Pop Sale of nice new 0 room iJA story oottagewith laige hall varanda thbackouthouses Sontajning nearly iwo a rden grass lot well water weOeTfeed lo L cated on Perryville pike nelrr rbaff rb nearly 15 acres good land yitb nice new 4 rom cottage and necessary Outhouses located orPPerryvile pike It miles from Springfield For further par tic Jars term pric2c address IIWP LAWRENCE 5s Springfield iCy REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THEI FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Springfield in the State of Ken tucky at the close of business Sep titeinberNo 1767 EESCuEcES libans and Discounts 16212711 OS Qyerdrafts secured and un secured 590372 U S BOlds to secure cir culatIon 5000000 Banking bouse furniture BandMerchandise GJS3150 rDuenot reserve agent 1U9532 bDOQ from Stato banks bankers L 0375 Due from approved reserv cj agents 1783735 Notes of other National banks 305800 FractJonal paper currency 1nickles and cents 25423 pLAWFULMONEvBANK VIZ Speciei V 8702240 Eegallrnderl notes S54500 1256740 tJS tTreasurerFcirculatzbnTotal 31609236 TjTJH RTT iTSTXES f C Capital stock paid in i 6000000 tUndividedpenses and taxes paid 477029 NatiQnal Bank not a out standing 5000000 Due to otherNational banks 102000 Due to State Banks andIIBankers120985subjectto 12930981 Time certificates deposit 5078241 Bills payable including car Smoneyfor STotal 631609236 inINOTONII AC JToElroj Cashier bf the above a named bank dd solemnly swear that the J abovestatomant is trubto tho bpst niy knowledge and belief IA G McElroriCashIer Subscribed and worn to efore mebthis 12th day ofSeptemberjl9O4a C d MCCHORD Notary ConnEthAttustS F r CAMPBELL SIDNEY GREEN Directors BtLLITSEY liSBargain A Kood160 acre farm for sale Ona pjke and convenient to church and school Well fenced and watered Land in a highs state of cultiyationi New isiMdence and barn unctgood thnautS house Price low and paypents easy For further particulars call on or address MCELROY WHARTON Springfield KyB IfOIEYSKlDNEYCDRE 1 t MIksKldn5and Bladder RIght tt ItJt EYE HEADACHES SHItI Many people suffer fronijj1 Headaches caused by Jjjye Delfects You may see 3 right f your Eyes may not pain you jyet because Df a Eorn thing lacking which properly adc 3justed Glasses alone cau sup jwhetherl j j live or not arid if they WE Glasses CAN FuTilE PROPER ONESsfl Our prices are very reason f abIeandweS f II Guarantee Satisfaction c G F RUSSELLt t Main St Springfield Ky YYYY rw P ERSUNAL 0001 JK Wall has returned Ii Louis Mfcji Clay McElroy is quite ill f typhoid fever 11tTscOtl Mayes was in Bardstown Saturday G A Lon ney of Lebanon was in town SaturdayS Mr E A Cox ard wife were inII Greensburg last week Messrs C W and Evau Hagan ere in Lebanon Sunday WVA Clements and sonare attending the YorkPsFair WTt 0 McChbrd is attending ourt at Campbellsviile this week Leonard Baker was in Leba the first of the week on bus iness 1Dl Mr arid Mrs Andrew Gun ningham are in Cincinnati this eek f Mr and Mrs J Rogers Gore Hodgenville were in town last Friday MissEdith Price is siting Miss Annie Timohy pf Danville isveek Miss Eddie Muljican iLlE turned from avisitto fr fnds in isvUJe I i N2Cracroft who has eeh quite sicktwith fever is im- rovjng slowly r Mrs Nannie Simms iis in Pine ville visiting her daughterMis B Blandlord Mr F Ji Cooper and wife of Vine Grove are Visiting Kir and Mrs C H Mclntire tIMr Paul Sou1hof FfaDkfort visited Miss JCucy Selecman at his place last week Mrs McClasky of Bloomfield visiting her sisters the Misses Brown here this week Mrs Walter Leach m has re rned from a pleasant visit to her mother at Crescent Hilll Miss Nellie Andrews has re turifed home after a pleasant visit to Mrs J W Rushfifi Messrs John L Barber Ly man arber and Maury Durrett have- eturnbd from St Louis i Mrs F R Hodapp and Miss Sadie Mayes returned Monday j night from thE Worlds Far Misses Margaret and Aiathaiie Medley hayp returned from a leasant visit to the World sFairC Mn and MrW F Grigsby and DrS J Smock havo re- urned from a visitto the Worlds ir Mrs G R McElroy Mrs W McChord and Miss Sallie McEjroy are at Tatliam Springs his week Miss Marie Barber left Mori day for the Hdly Rosary Acade y in Louisvilie where she will attend schQottJudge W E Solecman Will Selecman Harry ONan ndt Clements left Tiicsday the Worlds Fair g Judge Thurman who is h9Idt g court at Campbellsvrlle wast Sthomeday and Sundaylast Miss Willie Knott has returned from the East where she has een attending milinery openings nd learning the latest sliylJs in hat JudgeJ P Hob onorEliza7 bethtown candidate for reflec t tonAppeals was intownthe first of the week Miss Hattie Hurry returned tos Danville where she will attend accompanied by her sister iss Mary and Miss Gertrude J tocker of Bardstowh Mrs J W Carter and son ande Miss Rena B Yankey left Tues day for St Louis Mo to attend he wedding of their cousin Miss ertha Montgomery formerly of i his couny l Messrs G C McChord and W J Lr i t t i 1 2 j1tjfl CO1lClltlO111d COllOB- EARD3IiWN 1 JI JtJ i KY JJJ1ncli1 r jnipjf irr jrfling Schoolt IIc9rps of lie5clIent llicheis work donofn Art Music j JCcui JU Lterary UPrcfd3te and ColW e Courses Nbnril cCbmmereUl lr DepaAmaii Confers II l 1bfurJ1n r prIC9 tnDJett Op2fl jiitlC iibr 1Ii l914 r rnf G18aNwLT4Pres dl 1p I pd p 4 f1 J= c= ri aiJ 4 m mlTool i 9 j lndab e It IIt L the bestof I Dianiou Ede Tools llII tTh are made of tiMt revy best i l mat rial and by expeii nced work i ard every D nrttklKdgt r I ftol is tned lf jti not i repesentcdttuin iIt U usaiid aIIy6ii m6ney ktoO tIWE I AvF r t1iSwj1lCnAttlzesM ant in fact a full lint lf Orpcn tors Tools etc J1- tt REMEjiVIlBER we ariRnt verythin inD ond 1 I Edgeline Call and see what we ffitl rJtirilPhySlifr fl Cliiybrooketvere in Frankfort week Mr McChord attau ded an imporEant session oTtbe1 Stat6 Railroad Commission Mr W K RobertSon has fai turned from Cincinnati whet tie J wont to buy some new fallgoods for Robertson Brcs Ho wa accompanied home by Mrs jlob i ij jliiSi herVI UKllli IIU UIUU mother iaJgtoii Mr Oscar vaters spentt m weu k here with relatives I Scar is now the L N agent at Woodbine Ky nndjs b6dig- dorna i C5 ponsble xfefttor He 34 aocbrnpanied here bis fddu d MIY A E Arcbsr 6 Mr Cill Oraycioft of J5b r malirl1OflS is here thw VII tol visjVhisi aunts Miss BetVie raY croft arid Mrs McKenn Mr Crayqrcft wis bcrn andrurnd in Sprirhjfieid Hef ie DW a prosperous druggisi o Sh rmaiV Texais S j rt Mr Thcs A Medley wH waa at one tmc Master CoefKniai toner of the Washiaglon Circmfc ourl has moved with his fans ifIly to Pvon bpro tto engago wib liia hither Mr George E Med eyii the listilling business Mr Modloy has many friend hero vho wUlrcgret toiiavohni acd his wife loftve the community Mr John F Simrfis has por ishased the Medley home or Leo anon ETillil The Boaisvillo Tiiiif S says- The engagement of Mia Julie Dudley of Qear eloviiUdkih tsrof Dr R Ml Dudley IVtiii dent of Georgetown college rid Robert Eojraett Harvcgr o Lids city iisannouncjccL The wo iog will taltCp18coi In October Miss Dudley visited in SpringflelU thisi summer being the guest oi 5its Esther 6oul ware Mr 5T rvciyr is also known here ben the nephew of Mrs S R Glij or Uh is place JL GiygIWTI 11plegel 204ON S1IfJitia Street Fivat rllle InUif writes Tfgg ovjr five years I wfti troubled Ith kMritT andWaddcr aflectiun4 whIr ouaei ftblandhadlw aMndOit work entirely I bid lIra of Ute but phr ieiaiifc who did me no good and I was practically hen e U die 1uleya Kidney Cure was rcctiinnitfiided and the first bottle te n e great relief aad after ttlib socbiid bottle was entirojj JdgI oldTy W 1 ft ampbell Pi iiicve aacts like a Pie S M by 1hydo4c Parian Matter Vtuip THte Eitterpris Henry Miller of St 14arysdd- o J D iinms fe Son 1 pair ex rn liQav togar mulesl for iQQ also 1 gopd 2 year old work mule to Bon Spalding for 105 Hq bought pf Dee Burdotto 1 pair niules feeders for 235 and of Bjjn F Beaven one QJcfeit good ugar mule fav1775i Joseph Estes sold for DrY E Matliuigly exeautor of the state ofj Mrs Susan Russell decease one house and lot near St Augustines chiirch to Beta Haydon of Witshinpton county for 373 Also svn harlof horses at prii r rmts fium SUU Jo S72 3ULLJ Jrtey cow 21J 30 i yearling rntile70i Vyill Roberts wlohls been employed asiKvrferatHardegtys grocery Was tried Ju9gc La Pahee befqcactingll a charge of malicipns sbootiug Uoberts sljot George Spalding in the rm Sktarday night because the latter MsentcdRob cjpfcs slapping SpaWin s sister H6 waShldrt the CircuH Jpouctand in de6iut of bail w- asenianacLAreF colored- County our 6atemarr 1Af mare 5Sf 1 dry 6w 21 rO l oid cow Sl4 1 i ibeifer 50 i yearling tecrf lstSO py heijJ old hdggy 14 For- iommkasioutr M tW kJer he sold tb j farm kittingt Ca tbe Eiisha Lsiacs farm 01162 acres on the RiiKng Pork l tJ327p This pijopterty confiftified much knob land and the rchaser was ByJd vdttj9radfordS iHe Also 72i acrel3ear Kt Charles Of uninjproved land for 070 iltJ1E AJD JHfY MOYT- ICibrg1 wy U whlch Wood Ca1nphcII5M1 ftC cuJC tferD4pii dYipepiial t yor1ey is tbfbroad a aJileriJ wat inwhlcli W carnrbell ari telling MKonapMafeSl cure for dyaI Pfpsi I ItMl JiOtJoin Indedl that anycaie ajIs tbCU1eVeI ItliotI pro ring c nolusivcl the tmot htfvnrteblq good results tbcffollow the uic of this scletilific rcAtm at fortomach trou ble V 4 A 50c box of MIoba ct htain4 two week treatment sod benefit will be j0II i not give perfect satisfaction tie full price pftid will be refunded when the empty bzes are reterord Jand Covers tWQ bcfete V ThertJi no other medicinei i liiat win fvingmaCfort after eating dl aiuos specks b tore iqe cyce fs and fcrtnenfation in fact all forms tt ladiffestlon qnickly rclieyeJ mid per ouie3 by ivTiona Tt increases areIl vitntity3 theil and healS any nai iinflamatioii X8d gives tune and strength to the whole system IBegin tbe use of 14t1usia todSiy ana see how easily and quick r fttomcb troubles may bb cured if the right re inedyitsiSi IN3tBIIIWJSZUD1ll Foiojr t Co Chicago originated TI n0Y and Tar M a throat and jJuugI remedy and on accouirt of the great merit aid popularity of Foleys Uoiie i and Tar many loiitatioM are offend for the erennlaeJ Ak for Folcra Honey aiid Tar add refuse any substi tute offered aa no other preparatioH will give the tome Htiafactioit It i11 mfldlyl laxative ft c otaMia no opiates and it safest for ehCdren and delicate nersottk Sold by Wood 4 Cmobl Notice rAll perfors haying ehums J against the estate of the late Alfred Denhaw will present the ftant toiDO properly provau on or before Qctober1 1904 or to my attorney W F G r rjrsby at his office in Springfiel J Ky on i or before saul date JAMES A BnaANAamro of Alfred Benbaoi JJ I l Jp4tJPES JJrt i XtiAlAJW I viii II Iiijj i iVi Beady for School fv= jyQOU WILLINEE- I Ji S JSlJ JCfT T it 11articlesl we are showing i iftNewi Fall Suits 101 the Boys New fail Dress Goods for the Girls LargeS i Hp6 Trunks Suit Gases and Tele g fl l scopdssSapsz Oombs Brushes in S ftct a full line of Toilet Articles f 11lf lcsff right pl 1 Ii ifeMlJ c 3 v Sacrifice t E y 1 t tL Robertsonb BlOS f f 0 O f fiMttTOMf tt t t J irOi1N CKM ELuoG C VYHUlTOir I t McElrox frWharton i limraije lalEMate Agents 1 r Fire Life and Tornado thsurceI If vi ahaild Sold on i Kdininissich ffej iV v Qffict over Peoples Bank 3iPhone42 L- SS I ii ErgE EEiEaErEeBjsl 18 V TheeBig Fi1lloyjJaker forf M Raisers tt I 1 toJ Is Div Jps Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 t years has stood the severest tests and in all cases cftn be m r rlj depended upon I ffmDlt AS PAYSFOR HOGS THAT DIEId II this fed Fulfparticulars t InsuranceProposit1Qn i HaaoIcbook whiifliaytehad yyIb canS12 hatf Jais 650 S250 123 add SOc perpackage a Ili CI1 urt Pu1try FoodSttIThe greatest egg producer ol the rket Keeps fowls Iff iI4i Itfialthy prevents roup and all other poultry diseases r41 2S IbbaS SO 25c pci ijt1tH HDr Jos Live Stock Remedy R1 J5 k1 For Horses Cattle Sheep Etc Vi name this a REMEDY not Ufoodj and equalled fur correcting the common disorders horses cattle and m heep weirab iuaqy of the more aeious cofaplaints Asplendid J loner and promoter and sure preventive from SQi i OOfGO AND 25c PER PACKAGE 5 Foe BY V l m McLURE WELLS j CAL FOR CIRCULARS SPRINGFIELD KY icS 27 ll Ea itJ tjiiJitiiti tilJiUitiJIi W Viijjvyj iThe Best is the iCheapestf H 1i= z EF l i 1Anti There isNooe better Than lTflEME WEN WIREFMGFI lf 4 A Fence for every Purpose IIt will turn anything and ran he run over any 4jkindl of ground All Sizes and Assortments I r Burns J Mediatee Wells p SOLE AGENTS Springfield J y t tSS4 p wt t WWtoto t lWtotoQ S IMfi jr Foq Sale Haying decided to retire from Lime milling Businessi I will forjjttla my jpoporty consisting of Flour Corn Hcminy and 1QgddjSfiUj also my residence aud about seven acres land This one of the best stands in the county both water laD steam power For further pirtoulars call oh or addrs S G V VANARSDALB Litseyi Ky rarmro iiEimave idr sale from 4iO 380 acres the farm known the Joe Clark farm ailuated near Hillsboro Contains about 20 tftres Jaridr and a fibe focust jroVo coi taining from OCttp 400 worth of locust posts House and barn and necessary oii uildmgs Well watered two good ponds and a halfmile from pike Will take 1350 per acre Pot further particulars apply to z PLE42M4V vl en Rezjeth Is nla prei- ventive m tegard 04 it his in Dr Hogolgy n most Ijvaluable lor tz hogrntS 3 20th 1 ill cholera S S3 package Haas As Us implies It J3 un in as co tt grbvrth 00 01 SALE 3 i t S j tI 1M offer of Is having Saie to of as tobacco j SAVE YQUR CLOVER Wea rtif J agents for on of the most use ful ap liancl ever invented for the armer rne Amercan Clove Bunclier fr handling clover is niadej to fit any maker or size of mower Ifeleayes tte mater al in neat bunehes and does ndt twist and tangle itlri aU soj ts of shapes En ghadfdition 1 material can be saved on a ny acres of Clover Seed HaY cstc to pay for a Bunclieiv Call a qpeeJtAat urtQ eovMcCLUnE WELJS SpringFied1Cy PARM FOE SALBi47j afcre J goodi npryement onp kjijdpd grain ilIistook farxi buM orii chard in coiantyj pl nty mfAtri iaohehalfmirf Botlawld irill bargithai fHt A r + OT1SPOKTIR J AtthdYoi ne4ow grad Allen Jones have I lowered the price ol UJQ best No trash only clo in fcIoel m F v Fcr Iw THE NE VV SlE D R 7w J I r Listft Delinquent i rS rf 7 4 list of elinqbent taxpal ers for Washington I cptfatjr fpr tile sear 1903 L 1S fjtiimi frutyrths REMARKS ii I Ii Byron Croahos List f 1f FRiDERICKSTOWN yAuberry Sam iit j 25O 1 Not found Buckman Jas B 1 Left county 3oon11f1i0JDS i 1 Insolvent Marion Ui 1 InsolventBlartdj i Johnson W M Ji1 1 insolvent illudd iJj V f insolventjSarlan t 4 Muddr Nick 1 Insolvent t1 Not foundfr attinglTJCLV Mattingly J lT 1 insolvent 11 I IMontgomery J Pl l Insolvent t Montgomery Chas 1 Insolvent 2 Mudd Alex j 1 Insolvent Murphy Lloyd 1 Insolvent Nally RA 1 Insolvent 4 IaIIy Ray I Insohent Ni1y Wi1l I Insolvent PllesJoJHr 2 s 1 Listed inrNeson Co Parson Bill l Left Co paldingHorace 1 Insolvent Smith DickInsolvcntTaylyrNaz 100 1 Left Co Tinle James 1 Insolvent f WinOeld Roseman i Insolvent rYate3 w F 1 Insolvent It MOORESVILLES Barnett Chas JiL 1 Insolvent c PistiltlJ5e Mis 0 I Saturday night the streets of 1 Harrodsburg vco the scene cf two desperate encouners in one pf hich Policewaa Luther H- erkonin selfdefwise shot William f v Jones colored The ball entered I V his abdomen i and passed clear trough his body Chiel Smith and Herron had arrested eight negroes who are laborers ou the c new railroad east of town for disorderly conduct in the rear of the Turf Exchange saloon i Jones being among the number One of the men was turned over w Herron but he broke away from him and escaped Jones was in turn placedl in Herrons custody and ho tried to escap but Herron gave pursuit On Jhe back sreet the officer fired one shot to make him stop but b3 wouldnt need the warning and Herron overtook him on Depot street near the Blue Gocse iphe negro resisted saying he was willing to give up his money but did not intend to be arrested The officer attempted to place hioj under arrest and a terrific st fitrugglevtook place the negro jsing every effort to wrest Her Ii ji Isto lcfr m ir the scuffle otSMSien fell the negrb on topHerron called for as sistaoce but no one heard his- cry Realizing that he was losing strength the officer shot maLIs i rice ws callell in rind he pro nounced tbe wound fatal In the 0 vmoantime Chief Smith hada rough time with two of the men whom ho finally clubbed into submission Jones lingered un til 2 oclock Monday afternoou when death ended his suffericgs Shortly after being taken to jail he stated that tbe officer was not to blame for shbotinghim Dep otuyJailer Tom Chatham was unable to find acoloied person who was willing to nurse the Wound cd man tnough he offered liberal pay and was himself compelled W milster to the dying man Policeman Herrons trial is eet for this afternooa Harrods burg Herald See a Mammys face St Louis The two genuijii Egyptian mummies iu the An SlhrOpQlOgy Building at the Wbrlds Fairar among the most J popular exhibits in the buildings Ta T TROUBLES LIVEK r pp1IndTbedfordaB1sckDAughtf spentIOOwithdoctnra fclne I te1flS CAROLINE d MABTiy Patkeriburr W Va 1 If your liver does not act reg I IziS ularly go to vour druggist and I Ssecure a package pf Tncdfordg I lack Drl1uuht and take a dose- c nmiJrdof biteJ Thedforda Black Drought will cleanse the bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid JYS A torpid liver invites 4 colds biliousness chills and sickai n cpfifeglon Weak kid MYS rpul4iairights disease yw1ii as many victims as ptibn A 25ent r J fliedfords Black keptSISf iSIb4efledtorda mack t SDTsnhtIor 1tvr and kidney p4Iita anti lnnd nothing to excel If fLttWILLIAKCOFPlIN 11L 4K THEDFORD3 lACK pRAuciiT Br0tfn WmD J Left Co t Brewer1Johp L 1 Insolvent Bobtett Ja9A 1 Insolvent BreVn John T vl Insolvent Benedict I A 1 Insolvent buitainger H B 4 Insolvent Coulter deorge l Insolventj Cafs HardiS t Left Co ChWham Ben F A il Insolvent Ohjeitbam Floyd J 1 Insolvent 4 dnwayWm 4 1 Insolvent CliCfitham John Sr 1 Insolvent j Green t CJ eper Berry = 1 insolvent 1 iV Frank 1 Insolvent Grjeen Pius Goa 1 Insolvent 1 tley Joseph 1 Insolvent fcitii bin Mrs Huston 285 Left county Gbcdlett WmHi 1 Insolvent F Goc dlett H 1C J Insolvent V GbdletPZ 1 Insolvent S Ha din Jessie 1 Insolvent t Hoper Thomas L 1 Insolvent Harrelli James l Left county Hardin DartJ3 1 Insolvent 1 HpU Albert 1 Ins rvent J JS Hardin BascomMUj 1 insolvent 7 Ingram Wm w 1 Left con t Kinder John Ev 1 Insolvent tLajnbert John B 1 Insolvent M tingly tfUlon 1 Insolvent Neat Dan 1 1 LeftState Richardson Shrwood J LeftcountvS Smith James B IL 1 LeftcountyJ Shields Zay I- Taitum 1 Insolvent Esker 1 Insolvent Valnileet John Insolvent will J M guardaiti 1 Listed Twice Whldridge Robt 1 Insolvent Ii ridging by the1 riumbqr of iper SODS who constantly throng the lower room of th4 JS ryptian sec tion where the mummies are kept The older of the two is that of the daughter of at Egyptian nQ bleman and daes rrom the Late f New Empire abjoutsOO B C The mummy is prt served in its original casket wljich is covered with inscriptions The linen in which the body wis Avfapped at thettime of its embalming has been removed from tne face of the mummy and yisitcrs may study the actual features ofIfellow human jwho dirt more than 2700 yearsJigo t The bthet mummy which iis- competely cr vorbrltwith la ers of linen wrapping yellow with age is thai of a ijobemairof the Greek pericd abput 200 B C Both mummies with the original coffins are enclosed in glass cases The mum ies are under charge of Arthur B Hoover re tfreseniaiivQ of the Egyptian l Government jllA43ARftll9 Hyomni OnlY GuaanIccdCurcl9r This Common and Disagreeable Disease JHyomei cures catarrh by the simple method of breath ng it into the air passages and lungs It kills the germs of catarrhal poison heals audsoothcs the irritated mucoas membrane and effectually drives this disease from the system If you have any of the follOw ng symptoms catarrl al germs are at work somewhere 14 the mucous metr brane of the throat bronchial tubes or tissues of the lungB offensive breath HiSkiaess of voice dryness of the discharge from the nose nose pain across the s oppage of the nose eyes at night pain in back of a hing of Jhobody the head clippings in throat fn pain In rout of n outh open while tde head sleeping tendency to tiI kling back of theta ke cold alate burning pain f rmatipn of crust in in the throat the nose hawking to clear Iry ness of the throat l thethroat in the morning ipaln in the chest loss of strength a cough spasms of coughing stitch in side cougn short a 3 losing of fledh hacking variable appetite cough worse nights low spirited at inights mornings times l lossin vital force raflingof frothy a feeling of tight mucous ness across the expectorating yel Upper part of the low matter c est difficulty in beathiug frequent sneezing Hyomei will destroy activity of all catarrhal germs In the respiratory or gans and in a few weeks the cure will be complete This is astropg statcmer1 but Wood Campbell cmphatize itby agreeing to refund Jour 111bncf if Hjomci dots not cure Wbatsilu A Name Everything iis in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve By C DeWitt COof Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazjsll that is a specific for piles For blittd bleeding Itching and protruding jPiles eczema cuts burns bruIses diid all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal ruts has given rise to numerous worthless Counterfeits4isk for DeWitts the Wfengine Sold btali druggists Yoa cannot ct re plies by extcrna- lappiIcationA y remedy to be eicttse must be apf lied inside Tjght at tI1c seat of the trouble ManZan is put up in a ccllapsiblc tube tfith a no zlesothat ft reaches inside and applies the remedy where it is most needed XliiZn stretigtheiis the blood vessels aria nerves so that pilei arc impossible jMaiiZaht relieves t pain almost ins aVOyvhfeals soothes HaydmsPharntacyto + FOR SALE +A nice Buck H S LITSEY Springfield Ky H F IX No4 THE A1NC3 PROCESS A Medical Sakcxdoii ns to Itoir It Xjiy Be ArrcKtcil To drink the wutcrjo the fountain of youth is still in the opiuiou of some within the range of possibilityl A recent writer observes that man be gnu iua sehitinpus condition and eiids in an osseous or bony one lie is sod In infancy lw Is hnnl in old age Agn is a process of ossification After mid die life has passed a more marked de1 vclopmont of tle1 ossfftc character takes place The arlerles become thick eucdwith calcareous matter and there is interference with cIrculation upon which nutrition depends The whole change from youth fo ofd age Is one of steady accumulation of calaireous deposits in the system Entire blockade of the functions of tlic body is a more matter of time and the refuse matter deposited by the blood through the syn tpm stops tire delicate machinery we call life The blood contains com pounds of lime magnesia anil iron In Ute blood itself afc these earthy salts In early life they are thrown off hi age theyjnrc not Almost cverythhig we Cat contains these elements COt de strojing lifd Kartliy salts abound in the eorcnls and bread itsolf mistaken ly called thefstaff of life is one of the most calcareous oif jwliblcs Nitres enous food also 9l44tIISthCSC pig inontsliecej jtt made up of fruit is best for people advanced In years The dailjs use of distilled water is after middle life onti of the most important means of preventing secretions and de rangements of health Dllutpd phos phprlc acidl Is onO of the most power ful intfucnccs k1own to Bclcuce for shielding the human system from the Inconvenience of old age Use It daily with distilled water and so retard the approach of senility To retain per petual youth avoid all foods rIh in the earths salts use much fruit especially juicy uncooked apples end take dally two or three tumblerfuls of dis i1ltd water with about fifteen drops of diluted phosphoric neld in each gl63I full Thus will your days be longer in the land Medical Age NIGHT ATTACK AT SEA Donrdlni n HostIle Ship From a Fleet ojt Sinnll Doat Imagine a hostile ship lying at a n chorIn an apparently secure position oif a dark and cloudy night There are just enough breeze and sea to make sounds on the Water Indistinct Around low hendlnnd half a tulle away front the anchored vessel steal four or live boats pulled with iniiflled oars and fill ed wIth nrlHN men They approach noiselessly rcriiaps they ore not discovered and thus reach the sides of The shIp The next Instant the armed inert are pour ing over hqr bulwarks and a desperate fight takes place on her decks ler haps they are discovered before they reach the vessels side The alarm l ghnlhc lUCt In the boats hear Itt and lash their oars through the water In a determined effort to rtach the ship before the rapid Hrcguns csin oi eii up on them Flashes ot tIre illumine the night The scoroblights send out shaf t of blinding white The jjhinrp peals of the six and throe pounders the rapid hoarse barking of Ilotchklss revoivlyig Cannon the vicious sputter of Gatllngs break upon the frightened air Givt way with n will shout the officers ofr the boats the men bend to the oars and the light guns In the bows hurl their defiant answers back at the wall sided ship As the bouts sweep up to the vessels side gongs clang and rat ties sound calling away tle riflemen ta repel boarders from the oats If the boats crews enn1 boar the ship and tlap down lice hatches before the crew gets on deel theirs thfrxVlctory buT Ifher see mlnry battery Is muiUldnud her riflemen stationed before the boats are alongside theft goodby to the boat expedition fdr there Is nothing more pitiless tthan Catlings und revolving camion W J Henderson in St Nich 1dlls Crcwuoine Vcil ilnif Prevent Among the ilnongotes a tube of say ages in the interior of Luzon accordifig- to A Henry Savage Landbr the wed hug present given by the prospective groom to his sweetheart does not lack quaintness and consists of a human head part of JT breast mid heart J well asa finger or two Unless a uaaii can produce these gifts lie tits to re multi a lbachelor but thi siglfts are In variably procured The Inclined to wed lies in wait In the high grass until an unsuspecting man woman or child happens to go by who a few minutes llter Is len dead upon the trail minus the mmtonilcai portions enumerated above TIle Itatpjar Fonnd Out ipne of the worlds grcijtest psycholo egIsts desiring to know how the mind of a streett boy would work If lie ad dressed sill absurd question to luau accosted a bootblack with Well son ny what time is It by your MheI Aw gwan retortcd the boy aint manIa Is yonrs eI The prOfessor took ort his hat to urchin with great gravity nnd departedI a vIser man His respect for news boss Is groatlj IncteasedI SWORDFISHHOW TO CATCH Vntch For Their AVnvlns Dorsal Fin Then Spear Them In oIl that blue and dancing water of the opeh ocean between Montauk Point on the east end of Long Island ant mock Island No Mans Laud and Marthas Vlneyafd the swordfish is al home in the summer months Toot Is the grownup swordfish Is nobody eyerI saw u really little onethere They visitors to this wheiiup ns country they reach say seventyfive pounds InIweight It is said that the young found only In the ledlterrauean 1orresorts Is to be gucsspd by those who have active Imaginations and how the fish1 find their way over hee year after year Is equally puzzling They come and fqed on the squid young mackerel and other objects of Interest that they encounter This fat LettIng diet moves them along to a weight of sometIme as much as pounds With their swords and their amazing powers of locomotion they have nd tear of any thing and they lie on the top of the ocean as serene asif there was nothing olsc in creation The big black dorsal flu waves gracefully to and fro in the air as the fish lies there and Often the tall sticks out most as conspicuously That Is 011 gives thorn away It scorns almost soVftline jinoablH but it is by discovering tiic OU1Itllw jorioojor I hbhind him Usually she is luovTiug so fast as to run past at first Somctiiiics hllJlacjt oil him The vessel comcsupbe hind to avoid dlslurbjng him and w ui the bow la directly over his Idle aid imprsslvo majesty a skillet hajid takca rp a lance and drios It down into his Lack The arrow shaped dart at tIll oijJ dislodges Itself from the hhrft which con cl back to ths v C simill off goes the suordllsluwith the dart stick ing to him like a poor relation He is up longer a sleepy nnd loafing idler but n magnificent fish exerting all his enormous powers to escape A cask tieil to th rope which has the dart at Its oUter end anti when the fish is struck he cask Is thrown over board Then away it sail sometimes out of sight and at other tines sklm uiliig the water mid tanking the foam Uy jis It dashes alan In the coursef of tjitic the fislj tlf estlilmself so that n sailor puts out in a ifory and pIcks up the cask Then he hauls slowly on the rope and gently brings his catch to the top If the fish is ugly there is opportunity for a 10t of tj9IjyetUt ifSiOl gtl- It cut In the throat from i slurp knife and goes out of business summarily Then the weighty body lis bpistcii aboard and the prize is secured New York huts no fancy fo swordfish stculfj which Is mIghty goojfl eating but Dos ton Is a ready buyer ttntIthie wholesale price ranges from or 8 to 1iJ or 25 cents a pound according to the sup ply Hartford Courant The Word Doodle Late Amorkau dlcHonarles acknowl edge hoodie as a word Dr Murray quotes frfltm an American paper of 4SS4 inuwH of war soap nnd oth r synonyms for campaign bootije nvo fanilllhr1 There however toboo tile is cxnlaiujcfl as iHeaiilng only stock iirtnult kinship with the Dutch bowlH a nntnH stock of busl uiws or Isonschbld goods being highly probable IVrhaiw boodle uiojinlitK crowd or piuk as In the phrase uh whole boodte or UKodIe of them is flic same word In that sense middle Is found In tIle early seven teenth century Xo doubt it Is only a coiiicldemc that there is an out Scotch word boddle or bodHV mciiuhig a twopoimy piece anti de rived from the name of the mint inns ter Uothwe tit SCJtthu That n She was surprised when she heard of the engagement anil site showed It Why vast purfcetjy satisfied In my own iiihal that you liked Tonn bet ter tluiii Georjie she tuiid Well to tell the truth I dill re plied the engaged girl Hut you gay you arc engaged to George Yes thats true VcI I dont u dorstnnd it at nil Why Itst very simple You see Gittrgo wri till on8 who proposed ynt HIM p ii DotIIts rldhiilothj fOJlii young man to get martkd as soon Jis he coined of age said the elderly bachelor Think so do you said Henpock languhlly f Ofcoifrse Why lies scarcely old enough to be his own boss Well he isnt It lie gets married rhiltideJphia POsS It Kxpcrlencc Junior Partner I suppose we lund better say in our nd tlwt wb want a man of cxiierloiice Senior Partner Xo Advertise for a miuii williOut experi ence Ttrrt Wclttl1 tench him sonu thlnglUlI j lPerhnps the ttuiuiveit toftJl brave rilue coward r1u1fI not run Phllit dPjphla Pullutln Surer When You Buy Spoons knives forks etc btiy reliable band even if they do cost a little more They are worth the difference If 1847 ROGERS BROS is the stamp it insures genuine RogerS quality famous for wear bold by lending dealers everywhere lor Catalogue Cl address the makers international Sliver Meridin Conn A SNOW EXPERIMENT Frozen Vapor from the Action of Sulphide of Curbou Two solid bodies ofie yellow sul phur tile other blacjc carbon unite under certain circumstances to form u colorless Ihjiild called sulphide of car boii which must be handled with much pffecnutton on account of Its great ex plosive roperty The soluble property of sulphide qf carbon renders if valua ble tto lake spots off garments If Its odor asiuoTe disagreeabhetlian that bustIly in conseiuence of the prompt evapr omtlon of the liquid There isuothing equal to ItlotnUJ ort spots of paint oii clothca It does not do It however without ercittliug great fear in who use it for thei first time personsI see ou the very place where the lundgreat pleasure paint pcared a largo white spot the nature of which Is hard for them to define and the mdre they brush tile more unsightly anti the larger that white spot grows Is then the garment 1ostI No for fortunately lifter a few moments the spot melts away never to show again It was snow and nothing more fhe sulphide of carbon In evaporating takes heat front the cloth and surrounding air fiIlIl the result of that is n sudden lowering of temperature sufficient to freeze the vapor of the atmosphere Without operating oji your clothes you tony make the experiment in the following way Fill n small vial sulphide of carbon taking great withI do It fur from all Ilame or heated Then close 4he bottle with a cork stop rerQtiSI1bore a small roll Tho paper must reach to J the bottour ot tile bottle and about an Inch above the cork Within fifteen minutes you will sec the outside of this paper covered with snow tile quinMty of which gradually increases The liquid has rifon through the pores of the paper as the oil of u lamp through the wick When It gets to the open air it evaporates ana water contAined in the sur rounding atmosphere being brought to n temperature below 32 de grees has been frozen If you divide the paper outside of the bottle Into sew eral pieces you obtain Mowers and most charming effects Yqii may ninlce the experiment in summer and in the full rays of the sun The result will be obtained then more promptly evapora tion being more abundant Flrnt Stogie Made In PcnnnSlvnnin The first s pglc was made by bund In the wilds of Pennsylvania said a tobilcco man oi Allegheny Cty The story which they tell once In awhile in West Virginia and which must be true Is that the long cheroots derived their nanie from the town of Conestoga Xa An emigrant train of wagons was finding its way across the state andt supply of tobacco was ojmd at Conestoga rjuuu1grauts got a lot of It but failed to gSt 4iy pipes and so could not smoke unles3koy made pipes themselves Necessity lstlie mpthor tof Invention You may itaveimiTifd that remark before Anyhow one of the nion rolled a leaf of the tobacco In his hand and wrapped It withlnnot1crI leaf Tliat was the firststogie Oth ers followed hits example and they rill willed the article that they made a Vtoga Iniholiorof the town at which t the tobacco was secured That Said to be thai trtze story of how the name Stogie originated Louisville Courier TIrflJ1I Xot a TabtftH 110steu As might be cxpcctetU the junk shop guoitcliftmber Is sure to prove a pitfall to the unwary having not long ago to Rut the fUiIshfiig touches to a portrait I went Into the country to passa couple Of duysl with my sitter a mere ac quniiStnncc At dinner tljefirst benin wh5hJiig to start tile conversation pleasr antly I asked Whose portrait Is that luiny room Suyha chllft ting facurt After a chilly silence my hostess an sweredl That Is my husbands first wife The conversation rathceiniiguishied- during tIlt rest of our niciiI but I ipatli tin clfoste toruvive It iilIot Gregpry in Jonturj SIdpI tnliorersjJ SNHWliiit gyjreyou norvyu prostra tion Wry Will Overwork mum ShioI nov r heard of nttrajnp working himself Weary VhIfI I spose ibiunni They be gencnillyi too tired to tOll of It Newv York Tiinc Soiuclhlnfe to nrinir Oiu 10juw tvlIois broehl Imvejone faithful TrlBJMr left Brown nfewbrpkelWlib is Wi Iy p lc Hn JJtIH dniw On that Town 1 oifrs- iTrrtnip IToriestly sir I lout know whore my mvvtt inenil Is com lit froitj Citizen gnUllvNpU urdo U Itufertnlnlv not Vomlnn from me = My Breath Shortness of Breath Js One of the Com monest Signs of- HeartDisease Notwlthstandlnff what many physic nns say lienrt disease can bo cured Dr lilies New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who baa found no relief in tho medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regularl practicing physicians It has proved itself unquo In tho history at medicine by being sd uniformly successful In curing thosg diseases Neatly nlw js one of tho first signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Whoth er It Conies as a result of walking or sunning up para or of other exercises If the heart is unable to meet this oxtrfi demand upon its pumplni povera there Is something wrong with It Tho very best thing you cap do is to taint Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will go to the foundation gf tho trou ble and make a permanent euro by strengthening and renewing tho nerves know that Dr Miles New Heart Cure is a Teat remedy For a number of years 1 suffered from shortness of breath smothering spoils arid pains In my left side Fee months at a time ilwould be unable to Ho on my left side and If lay flat on my back would nearly smother A friend advised using Dr Mllcs Now Ilcrrt Cure whIch did with good results I began to tmprovo at once and after taking several bottles ot the heart Cure the paIns In my side and other symptoms vanished r am now entirely well All those dreadful smotherinG spells aron timing or ti-mpasLP P DIIAKE Mlddletown p If the first bottle does not help you the druggist will refund your money write ors Joe Free Trial FREE package Dr Miles Anti Palrr Pills the Nw Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong nd how to rtgkt ItDR MU48 tUDICAL CO tJOBATOIUE3 SLKHART IND THE BODY OF THE SUN In Its Deniiltr It Heicmble Some rGlobe bf Tar It is generally agreed that the malt body of the sun the nucleus within the photosphere must be purely gaseous This seems to be an unavoidable conclusion from the sOns low mean density and Its tr meiids ustntcmal temperature which must almost Cer tainly be far higher than that of Its outer surface so high that even the enormous forCe of solar gravity is able to compress the vapors to a density on Ily one mind fourteenths that of water although among the constituent ele ments are jmuny of time metals iron be- Ing the most conspicuous which in tthe solid or liquid state are from three to eight times as dense The reader must not jniaglne however that this gnsccuis nucleus is like air or other gases as we cncoUnwr them upon tin earth Denser thnp water and strongly viscous from the heat it more re sembles a globe of tar except near the outlide iTlfere the vapors relieve from pressure ore free to expand and to cool bqth by the expansion and by radiating heat to outer space In a re- gina of powerful currents ascending descending mind cyclonic The photosphere or luminous surface Is generally believed to be what It looks lIken sheet of clouds enveloping the nucleus and consisting of minute drops and crystals formed from those vapors which condense at the highestl temperatures These clouds float in an atmosphere composed of the pennd neat gases like hydrogen and helium rfLIcompose the cloud particles opinions are unsettledTrrofcssor C A Young In bqrpcrs Weekly t THE COOKBOOK Salt Ini the oven under baking tint will prevent pastry scorching on the bottom If It is flesired to keep cakes moist nut thetr In a stone jar If crisp cakes are preferred use tin ns ajreceptacle When weighing molasses sprinkle the scale well with flour and then it will slip off again quite easily without sticking The best way tto jhnsh potatoes is to rub them through a wire sieve You can then be sure there are no lumps loft For luncheon or supper sorvqthe bread and butter In the form of sand Mrlches Cut the bread thin and re move part of the crust Cut In strips after buttering or In rounds with a his cult cutter r By cutting old potatoes into very email balls allowing them to soak toy three or four hours In cold water then boiling in cold suite water and serv lug with cream saUceli very good sub ttituto for new potatoes Is obtained EVILS OF 8 EtFHEfiE Tic DouftcrM That Lurk 1m Our 3Icd era jIuaiiin Iethotb If we may jiidge by Its effects on those who obey its cbniniaiul our slang motto Oct there Is not an elcvatlu or ennobling one On tIle contrary it Is brutalizing It appeals to the lower qnd not the higher instincts in man Yet this motto Is quoted all over ourI lind It is demornhizliug the law it is creeping liJto tlio pulpit it speaks from Sour Schools it looks out of the eJe4ot tho umbitlouK it uuderiiilues health niUl It frcquciitlyelostroysail nobility of diameter The ol J fiusliioiHtl l slow anti sure methods of ataiiiiig a conipoteney sro tnlxMCHl The man wild spends hMn lifetime In making a fortune is regard od ais slow Short cut processes at any cost mire the dcmttiul of the hour Ironi the time a boy enters school he is gondcd on by unnatural ambitions He not satisfied with stcluly perma nent grouch He must progress by leis mind bounds Boys and girls are encouraged by their parents to get Hhuid In their dnssps even if they inusU burn midnight oil and risk thefr health In order to do so Its phiahlo to wntelTa typical Amer ican going to businessi In the morning lie Is not content to sit quIetly and reI- n until the train parries him to his destination in the city Long before that he leans jforwanl In his seat maid lUllkosreu1ytrilenlf oft while the train Js moving With everj muscle Hcnse jui anSIous worried expression In his face multi a uerHUS twltchluff of the hands clutching his cane umbrella parcel or theback of the sent In front of him he Avastes cliough energy and Ktrcugth before he reaches his office to execute the labor of half the day The lire of the average American is feverish unhealthy until uniiatuml Wt urc In too great haste with everything mid consequently lack poise In the perpetual rush totobct there weare In very great danger ifllosiug Our equilib rium Orison Swett Mairdcn In Sue cots Jl anurt atucy Chapter I1 think you are Just the bestcst goodest hpsbanU fn all the Aorld Chapter IIiIwonder bow much slie wants Chapter IIIJ11 he C1t to me without fussing a bit I wpndo what he has been uPttb The lIisiiueia Man DotTt you think he rather likosmeT- OlH well chough to ctfnsent to your marriage tQJtls daugJiter but I dont thinE ypuM better try to borrow any inoneyjrom hlmVChleago Post I lniH For oFpl9ndIn Need A friend In heed Is a goOd thing sometimes but Ialwaysinake the limit 5FloJI and Stream T Limited Dun The Sunday schooll class was singing I Want to He an Angel an4 the tonchor said to one little fellow Why dont you slag louder Johmiy iIm sInging Just as loud as I want to be an angel answered the Incor rigible Johnny t Sym htiiy Is due any woman whose husband has dyspepsia It closes Up the prtth to his hienrtAtjhulson Globe lie vuho h gInrrDr timIngs finishes nothing Simmons ohlnK Jut Prnlne Ir Rlchley hall nothUig but praise for your work for him before the citi zens comifllttce said tile friend Yes replied the lobbyist gloomily nothing but praise Philadelphia Press Perfection Ilusliand Hmer whnls the miter with tills cake Wife There cant be anything the matter The eookez lr book says it is the most delicious cak that cr u be mOde 1 The Kind Yoit Have Always Bought and vliich lias betm In 1150 for over 30 years has tybrnotUo signature et 71VI and has l eiLinado Kinder WScpee sonau1etvision since its influicy ji e4t4AllOtVUO one todeceive yonin t18fAll Counterfeits Imitations and Jiistasgood are triExperiments that trifle with antl endanger the health t Infants and Culldren ExpcriencQ ngahist ExperiiaeBt r 1 What is CASTORCostorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Par jgoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It n contains neither OpiHiii Morphine nor other JTarcptle 5 substance Its ago is its guamlltc It destroys YOsIs t and allays Feverishness It cures T iarrho3a amid Wiwl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoastipatkHi and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tH Stomach and Bowes giving heal thy and natu 181kTTlio Ghildrcn3 Panacea Tho MotJicrff Friend t r I CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of k 1 4UThe Kiiid You Haye Always Bought In lse For Over 30 Years j vJJ L it1 Cqmmissionejra Salea i Geog6 Goatey Admr etc Plffs EquityClenvie By virtue cf a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1004 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to otTer for sale SpringfieldilONDAYSEPT26 1904 At 2 oclock pm or thereabout be ing county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon credit of and lii months the followajj lag described property towit l A certain tract or parcel Innjl lying and being in Wash t ington county Ky situated on i the Moorehville and Gooker pike ardbounded on the north by the Jands of John A Tucker on the- trytheasH lands of Jeff Smith on the VesENbythe county dirt road iN W and ont e south by the Eooi eyilleVnd BoowSTtwKK rtlessrtt FbrTthe purchase pr5cc the purchas er or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from late of sale tintil paid and having the force and elffect of a Judgment t Bidders will be required to complyi promptly with these terms M G JFA m IAN Jif P W c C FREE RJEOL1JSING CHAIJi CAilS j Pullman Observation Parlor Cars v 1 Dining Cars J and Sleepers On the Popular HENDERSON ROUTE V Between t lAOUSV1LLEstoiiis the WEST arid- fSOUlHVESr If fou want to travel on the Solid ComforttmlineS IGptJthe i Henderson good habit Ask the agert fur this routing when purchasing jourIt 4 tictcets L J IRill CEIttt Pj CeiPaenoef Aoehtt Tray PassraerAcut ACUISVILLE K- YDeWittf peWltt is the name to look for when you to to bur Witch Hazel Save DeWltfa Witch Hazel Sajvo Is the original and only Renulne In fact DeWJI1sls the onlWitch HuelSalvo- that Is made from the unadulterated WitchHazelAll others are counterfeit ho heir Utlonsa cheap and worthless even dinterous DeWltfs Witch Hazel Salvo t Is a specific lot Plies Bleeding Itching and ProtrudingPiles AlsoCuts Bums Bruises Sprains Lacsraticns- Contusions Bolls Carbuncles Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum and all other Skin SALVE PBIPARID BT ECDcWitt4CoCkici t CrubbingLisi The beSt Magazines arid Newspapers published m the country offered at reduced rates toNEWS LEADERs bscribers xf 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The invigorating climate of Colorado maUeffifr especially m fw vifcicgvfor a summer vacation v As health resorts L1tinitop Cob raclo Springs Glen wop Sprin s Salt Luke City are wbridfamei Low excursion rates prevail to Colorado and Utah via all lines ailowitj liberal stop ovjer atr an wet of Colorado points t Through car service from St j Louis and Gbfcago to Colorado titahand California points Superb dining cars service a Ja carte on all through trains Bipautifullr illustrated booklets will be sent frecfoh appjicatioh to 1 r SX HOOPER G P lfA Denver1Co C5eadtfreetepori oil tentabitity For fr Look Patents IrRADEMARKS 9 pposlte U S Patent WASHINGTON D C I Cold eIL1c IipAtJintiesse P2lilutlerSt 0iifia gp writesSii aa a switchman asdFaiTt out in all kinds ofsrjalh1cr hook a told which settled in my kidney ii ana I was irt bad shape I tried save rat dyortlsed remedies with iio eiww lit until Iwas recommciidcd to try Foleya Kidney Cut c TW jh thir Cf cf bottle turcd tec Soldiby Wood it 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