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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 7 w r w 1 w cT NEW84JE DfftI i ILfl i II- r iIiI ew SeriesVol XL to 37 c SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 22 1904 i ilOAY i Jv rt IInll JrICIUillTT JM aUR- IOISBTbhmpsonS r Co i UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS carry in stock all kind fFunera oppltep PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 mites south east of cxinpton 59 miles from Louisville on Bardslowh branch of Louisyille and Nashville railroad in a fanning and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and tel phone rI tines express office flour mills lumber yards Population 1100 population of county 1500- 0Representative in Congress Hon D fl SmithHcJgenvilleWKy j Kepresentative in Kentucky Legisj lat re Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Hirry Lancaster Lebanon Ky t County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octoo br T R Li Durham Commonwealth At t tofniey a FwMiGampbell Clerk G Lcaclimafl Master C mmiss oar QUARTERLY COURT- QuarterlyCoiirt is held on the third tfonday in each month BlL Litsey Judge COUNTy OtJ ltt County Cvtrt meets on the fourth Mondayin ach mOuth D L r4itheyJudgc WF Booker County ClerictT S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake SheriffIj Richard Isham tiidney Osborne t eREd Masters J James F Moore County Surveyorh 1r5 J I ROyalty Assessorff 4T P OBryan Deputyt Robert Noe Treasurer JiM Montgomery Coroner j 2W Bush Sapt of Common Schools PO Springfield CITY COURT James R Noei Police Judge JO H1Glaif Maraxit IK Grlgsby City Attorneyf 4 JUSTICE COURT Jnatice Courts are held in January i April July and October t Church DirectoryS METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Scrvice b on the First and Third Suudavs in each mouth at 11 maud 730 ptn Sun day School every Sunday at 10 aintPr yer meeting 1everyLWednesday night i CATHOLIC cHURC- HRcvPEHennesgayPagtor Serii a and 10 vices every Sunday at 8 m Services at St Rose same hours 5I CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service I second arid fourth Sunday io each month PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every Snnday at 10 nm Prayer meeting SSSevery Thursday evening at 7 oclockl BAPTIST CHURCH RcvWm Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching every Sundayat 11 J1nt and 8 pm Sunday School every Sunday qt 530 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 oclock = = Fraternal Ordeas tMASONIC LooGE Springfleid lodge- No 5p meets first and third Mouday iiicach month- dWashallgton R A Chapter No 57 re ccts every second Tuesday Springfieid Council No 52 meets on every tourth Monday KNIGIIT of THE MACAUEES Meet i iTiv iin V Ui oj Y scttL non j = h s3ss sSsss sSSSSSS r AMERICAN l SILVER I k TRUSS i tJtettacI t I b rt No Eas 1N hip r tcootJ t Vor sale yC J Hayden That awlal grinain sabliog pain tSi Vvicls let i time kidneys J 4g i ofEiacates will cure it iilffci Piheales Ua new discovery jpftkfi la Hewwaf A deligbtfo envoi y aftdpectic for all Ktdcej td badcr koai st Sold by Hay datmsPharunaCy Y fFro r ii ij A nOuNn OF TALK iU1 nhnn Thinking of Fall Were thlnkin of this fall time with fires blazin briglit The gray frost fin the furrows the duncia ev ry nigIt Tbe Iciderf An pass it all around bojfl till you hardly know yourself Were thinkin of the fall time When oer fields of gold grain Old bobwhite is acaliin1 of his sweet heart homeagaiuSThough summer sees us sighin we hear the reapers sing And the brown October thrills us with the melodies of sprjngl Atlanta Constitution rXJcL cCHoRnfTheOwenCounty ILookinI o find our friend C 0 McChord of Springfield is being favorably mentioned by th papers over the State as the proper one for the next Governor Kentucky The Democrat has no protest to file rathert our amen The State possesses no man in our pinion more fitted for this im portant position He is one of thyery best men in the StateJ This hearty endorsement of Mif McChord eomjngasitdoes Voluntarily public expression befortany l from him ir tions or intentions in thatdirection is quite a compliment to that gen tleman and is but a slight indi cat ont of thq high favor with which his open announcement w ulj undoubtedly met The ime is yet a long1 ways off andI Mr McChord has probably not yet decided on Wliai action tOI take Unless all signs fail how ver the insistent of his friends throughout the Stale will force im to acquiesce their wishes or him to become a candidate 0 G OOD nEASO HtiglljP Cooper in his card pub lished in the Marion Falcon gives very sensible reasons for i withdrawing front the contest or the nomination ffor Circuit Judge Mr Cooper says Hay ing foundtliat the Democracy of the counties of Taiyjor arid Green seemingly on acjcourit of recent political contest is averse to selecting a nomine 2 for the pffice of Circuit Judge from Marion county and realising that man Democrats object to me on ac count of my ifaitjhjful adherence o the single menetiary standard Mr Cooper puts Itjie whol thing in a nutshell and gives one rqas on which should be sufficient in itself when lie isays believing my chances for fciiecess in a pri mrimary are not sufficiently promising to jjustify me in en gaging in a contest with my worthy competitor I have de cided to withdraw 4i IINQIf the movQinuit of the Burley Tobacco Groovers Association is taking as well elsewhere as itis among the farmersof this county the thing will undoubtedly be a go The result of a canvass among the growers of tIle county has been very satisfactory so far and Washington conby will undoubt 1imake good h6r share in theor ganization Rep Jrtsfrom other counties are equally as favorable and we see no reason why the plans of the association should not be carried out r t w rep9rtslare ened with an epidemic of Weddings this fall in uothrpart of the paper w Ube found Announcements ofseveral and there are others spoken of but not yet announced W1iatJ Lift In thefllast alalysis nobody Knows but we So know that i fs under strict law Abuse that painresuItsirreltular ment of the organs resULtinin- constipation headache or livei trouble Dr Kings New Lift Pills quickly readjusts thi- srtsgentle yet thorough Only 25c at cJ Haydonb Drugstore l zc Early fliseN Jfa fjwwuf Hltlv PlMf w4qqqJle- ll ai in Her tap Dove hunters haye enjoyed rare sport for the last ten days and hundreds of the innoccnt though succulent birds nave fall lon victims to the unerring aims of sportsmen An incident hap pened the other afte nbon during the shooting in Sam Forsythes field which 0 occasioned a toss of 4 dove shot by Fount Smedley tend the frightening of a lady passenger who occupied a seat in a passenger coach of Captain Sam Kings Lvrehceburg train The railroad runs along by life side ot the hemp field where the fusillade Was in progress A bird was flyingswifily towards the track on which the cars were passing when Fount Sinedley Bred and shtt it and the bird drivel by its own momentum fell through the car window striking the lladyon the shoulder and falling hilerlapspiing with its hearts bood her white shirt waist The lady was bfully frightened atfirst but recovering her equanimity after understanding the matter carried the bird hQme with her as a souvenir of the incident About 400 birds were billed in a single afterfioon Harrodsburg Herald a Fearful OS Aa1nst Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of 3 J Havens Versailles O Foi many years he was troubled with kidney disease and neither doc tors or medicine gave him re lief At length he tried lilec Iric Bitters It put bim on his feet in short prder and now he testifiesmon tbe road to complete recovery Best on earth for liver and kjidney trOu- bles a dtall forms of stomach and bowel complaints Only EOc Guaifanieul by C J Haydon Druggist 8onr8tom cll When the quantity of food taken is too1 large Or the quality too rich sour stomach is likely to follow and cs pecially if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slow Jy and not too freely of easily digested fo9d Masticate time fodd thoroughly Let fiye hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fnllneai and weight in the region of the Btoniach after eating take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the sour stomach will upoyoided For sale by Haydons drugstore LAND AND STOCK ME1 On the premises the farm known as the Warn place C miles north SpringGeldi in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood I will sell at public sale on TTIESDAYOCTODER4ili beginning nt1 pm the farm containing 137 acres onehalf in cultivation and the balance in grass Place has on it a good six room brick dwelling and all necessary outbuildings It has good orchard and the place is well watered Farm contains spme good ttobacco lland and is very desirable farm convenient to schooL nd church t Iavk1l also at the same tinie and place sel the following TW9 good Work mares one pair 2 year ohl horse mules one ttwo year old mare one yearling horse one suckling horse colt 2 Shorthorn cows 2 wpanling calves 12 stock hogs sow and 8 pigs 50 No 1 goocj stock eves one buck About 500 bushels of Scorn some baled hay and straw one two horse wagon onebreak hug plow and other farming jm plements TERMS OF SALE For the farm reasonable terms and will be announced on dayof saV On personal properly asixmonths credit with good bankable note will be required on all sums of 10 a dover Under that amount cash j W A THOMPSON APovrer For Goad Thq pill that arc potenVin their ac tion and pleasant in effect are DcWittS Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Gasasc JDuririg1 a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good thai calome1 bue mass or any other pill lever took and kctainlyi k drpRgUts 1 f Jr A fine Country Says a Writer About the Indian Territory FORMER WASHINGTON TIIINKJ THE fJSEST EARTH 1n QkLAISept isfj1904 EDITOR NEWSLEADER Springfield Ky AtI frequently have inquirier from friends in Kentucky in re gard to the probabilities acd possibilities of this new country if you will kindly give me space in the n columns of your paper I will take this metnod of answer ing some of them as by this means I will be enabled to reach a larger nuuuberof yt up readers than 1 could by letteryIjwish to say in commeLciog this letter that I have been over almost the whole of Oklahoma and the greater part of Indian Territory and that I regard Cad do county as being the best part of either one of the Territories In the first place the rain fall is mora frequent here than it is in any other part of the Territory atleast it has been so for the last three years and that is as far as my knowledge goes but I am told by old cow men that it has been the case as far bacl as nirygoescattle here for fifteen years and some of them twenty years pre viSus to the opening The fer tility of the soil is unsurpassed by any that I have ever seen ex cepting the White and Wabash River bottoms of Indiana There is just one drawback to the farm ing possibilities and that is the best farming lands are allotted they all belong t9 the Indians and jre not coming under culti vation as rapidly as the homesteads though they are beiug leased by the whites as fast as they can get them and it is a question of only a short tirne when they will all be producing crops The bottom lands seem to be adapted to all kinds of crops They grow tine wheat coin cotton oats Kaffir corn or anything that will grow in tthis or any other country while thp uplands produce all the crops mentioned except wheat and oatsand in addition to these they produce a fine quality of broomcorn vbchis going to be one of the staples of this country It is uow comingJn baled ready for shipment and selling at from 15 to 50 per ton The average per acre is about 700 pounds The farmers are hot getting the worth of it but the speculators are taking advantage of their necessity knowing as they do that they are not able to hold their stuff and are buying at their own price as they usually do It is worth 85 and 90 in Kansas City i We have had a fine season here this jear crops never having suffere for rain Wheat was a very yoor cropJon account of dry weather last fall and winter Corn is of fine quality and will average I believe for the whole country 40 bushels per acre Cotton promised fine up to Sept 1 About that time the Wind blew hot for three days damag ing it considerably by causing it to shed Some farmers I have talked with estimate their damage at one half The weather is very favorabla now and it is opening file and picking is in A iijjersImpure somewhere If theskin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves t then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach biliousness loss off appetite Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 years Keturnlnff from the Cuban war wia a perfect wreck Jlly blood was ball and health was Rone hInt few bottles of Aye a Sarsaparilla completely cured JfcCDOEULjiBScrantonrsu 0109 a bottle AU drurgisti for 3 c AYiL rowen cOI1 illillImpure Blood Aid thraRriIl iy Kng the lewoIs re4j Wit yer p progress having commenced about a week ago It is selling- at the gin for 10c per poULc which is very satisfactory to the growers There is a large acre age in ani it is estimated that there will be 3 000 bales marketed at this point which will mean 140000 at present prices distributed among the farmers Of this locality I have heard no estimate oil the amount of broom cprri that will be shipped from here but it will run up into the thousands and I think it pretty safe to say that llaort will starve or go hungry for the next twelvemonths and a few morel crops as good as this one ard we will all be vearing diamonds Now a to the city of Fort Cobb We have a beautiful and thriving little city of between 300 and 400 inhabitants peaceful lawabiding hustling goahead people that is some of thorn are We h vetVo churches one schobl builddg capable of accommodating about 300 pupils two resident ministers of the gospelI two doctors two cotton gins one elevator two llarge drv goods stores one gents furnishing five groceries two hardware stores two livery stables three wagon yards three Ilumber- yardsf two banks and three sal ociis all doing a thriving basi 1dsintemplate changing their place of residence a any time in the near futurej I would advise them to come to Oaddo county Oklaho ma where the sun shines bright er and the grass grows greener and the water is purer than it is anywhere on earth so far as I know and where the heat of the summers sun is tempered by the winds from the Southand sometimes from the North when it is ot so pleasant especially in winter season but taken all in all it is a very pleasant country to live in KENTUCKY A BOYS Wild Rifle For Life With family around eupecti- nghiodie and a son riding for life 18miles to get Dr Kings New iHscoyery for Consump tion CouRhs and Colds WH Brown of Leesville Ind en dUrE d deaths agonies from asth ma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He iwntes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Con sumption Pneumonia Broncm chiliSi Coughs Cold and Grip prove rtSk matchless merit for all throat ahd lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and SI Trial bottles free at 0 J Hay dons Drugstore 0iNotice To Creditors i Washington Circuit Court Preston Pratherj Adin etc plff vs Martha Jane Relddix etc Defts By virtue of in order of the Washington Cir uit Court made and enterei in the aboye styled case all creditors of the estate of Sarah Franc s Young are ordered to produce and file their claims against decedents befor SpringtTeldjKy of October 1904 properly prov en according to law M G LEACHMAN M C W C C Notice To Creditors Washington Ciroui Court R C Canary Adin fcc Pllf vs Eliza Spalding c Den By virtue of an order of thi Washington Circuit Court mad i and entered in the above style case all creditors oftne estate of Jack Spalding are ordered t clamEagains SpringfiaJ4tKy of October 1904 properly prove a according to law M G LEACHMAN M 0 W C 0 Jas Taylor of Kondallville Ind was seriously diseased with kidney and bladder trouble for 20 years He tested every known remedy without wuch benefit until he used Pineales This i1ell discovery cured lite and Mr Tayl Jidviees all persons suffer inS fronvkidnev bladder trouble to get a bottleml PJreules at once Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Dr Dades I 1tUe Wver Pills cure I tver Ills Sold by Haydbns Phar macy i J ffiZMftrStf iWf fliiiifl firul Of LOCAL INTEREST M M ILEWISI which has been set apart by the management in recognition of the eminent public services pf Meriwether Lewis the first Governor of the Louisiana Pur chase It is saidf that 12000 persons by the name of Lewis have been invited to be present and take part in the celebration A Kentucky Lewis Day Society was organized some time since by Mr John C Lewis of Louisville who is the president and goOd work has been done toward securing a representative attend ance of Kentucky Lewises at the exposition September 23 the day set apart for the celebration The late Judge Joseph H Lewis of Frankfort was the first vice president of the society Hon John W Lewis of Springfield is the second vice president Marvin H Lewis of Louisyille is the secretary and George K Lewis olf Glasgow is the treas urer There will be in addition to those mentioned about fifty member of the Kentucky society who will go tothe St Louis meeting The full list has notJ been completed but it includes some of the most prominent men in the State The gatherjngwill lue unique iin that it will bring together probably the largest number of people of the same oiame ttiaff has ever assembled for the purpose of a reunio- nGAMEWAREn response to a petition signed by a large number of citizens Judge LitS y last week appointed Robert Marks Gam3 Warden for Washing county The appointment liis a good One and willI dOubtlegs give satisfaction Bob isatrae sportsmen and will not ibe afrhidtoi dohis duty as ap officer and will look after the protection of the game byenJ deavoriiig to enforce the law lit is the duty of game wiaadenS to report or trest all violators 1Ilowed a per tent of all fine impose pn convicted parties The last General Assembly passed two bills on the gume question one of them prohibit ing killing of squirrels and rab bits between September 15 and November 15 each year and the other iintended to prevent the sale of wild turkeys pbeasants grouse partridges and quailj within the State Rabbits maybe hunted with dogs Or snared but must not be shot and quail may bejkillecl for ones personal use Only TnuiiMANjTlie Lebanon Fal con says editorially In another coluijin 1of this issue will be found a card from Hon H P Cooer withdrawing from the race fOr Circuit JudgeintbisI district ThIs leaves the field clear to Judge I H Thniinani who is the onlv remaining candi date and who WIll be declare the Democratic nominee oy ttie district committee when it nieets in Lebanon at 10 oclock satur- day morning in response to a call of Chairman Wm M Spald Childrens Fertilizer Thats a gdod name for Scotts Emulsion Children are like young plants Some lwiligrow in ordinarysoiL Others nee4 fertilizers The nature of some children preivents them from thriving on Ordinary food Such chil dren grow rightiftreatedright r1tilii Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment Fertilizers make thingsgrow Thats just what Scotts Emulsion does It mztkes children grow in flesh grow in strength grow rich blbodgrow in mind grow happy Thats what we make it for Send for free sample SCOTT e PQWtf Cfciftbts L PfXII1 lMTi uu4 fIOQj ill dv4I ing Jiwge Thurmah has won the nomination and it is with pleasure that we hereby pledgi him our hearty support He is a man of ability a scholar and a gentleman and will make a val uable Judge ngthe past three weeks he has been serving on the bench m Campbellsvilh J and has received the praise of all for his jjudicialdemeanor an- dwennow say that we firmly believe there is nota Republican who will be so foolish as to tackle him in tbe1 November election so we now doff QUi cap to nextJudgeelect QUEER CHARACTER The BloOmfield correspondent of the Spencer Courier has the following about a queer Washington county 1iara Brown who resides tertAlexSprings is a silent having spoken for seven years He leads a secluded life and has built a coVe in which he spends many hours He has invented a ma chine with all the alphabet on it He talks on this and composes poetry aiid puts it to music which is sung in the little church near by Whether he has be come slightly unbalanced or has Determined that speech is silver and silence is golden and conse buently will not speak remains a question for solution t RETiTRNiNGrMf and Mrs Conrad Hertlein and H M Grundy have returned from their Knights Templar trip to California These are the first of the Springfield delegation to arrive the others remaining over to do some more sigltsee lug Messrs Jj A Boulware and Luther Bui ns are taking in the sights of Yellowstone Park and will not be at home for seve ral days while Mr E S Mayes will remain over at Oakland for several weeks visit to his two sons Matt and Archie who are in business there They all re port a very enjoyabletrip A SUCCESS The Washington Pounty Colored Fair took place dst week and was quite a suc cess in point of attendance es p4cially on Saturday An excursion train from Luisvilleon tHat day bearing several hun dred colored folks which greatly augmented the crowd already txegfield Colored Fair is a big annual event for the colored folks who come from far and near to meet each other and see the sights SlOn eiart S10J The readers of th s paper wIll be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has bcen able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Care lis the only posJtive cure known tp the medical fraternity Catrrh being a Qonstitutional disease requires con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh cur 10 taken internally acting directly upon the blooa and mucous surfaces of the 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 offer One Hundred dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimo nials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 7Sc Take Halls family Pills for Constipa tion Nf tfoe Ti Ceiltws Jennie C Willett Adm PUT vs V NickWilett et al Dffc In obedience Lban order miftijj in the above styled caus tlhe May terrA 190I1 ofthe Washing ton Circuit Court all creditors Of the estate of GeoB Willett deceased arereqaired to prea nt IhQit claims propfrly groven to itettray office iinj Spriiglkia IK7onor before Oct 22 i1t M 0 LEACHrfAN M C W C O Nd Nttcs rrork Stal4d ll Mi Riley Price of New Hayea was ntown Mo dy He recent y told hi faro Mr BenS ReittKMi of Lara county 11QOn pkof iiBO twwi 140- acrtl and Mr fMriw gets uat medae wwsewion Mr Idce L a will remove to New Haven forY the present but ater on will locate in Louisville 1lberebe has purchased property Mr John Blain of Mill Creek had the misfortune to lose a nice Western range pony Saturday night It was hitched in Siisco 1 sheds and when the owner went for it it was gone The supposition is that it was stolpn The animal is crea colored and is r branded on right hip Mr Claine will pay a reward for any information leading to the ponys trecovery The last willdf Elizabeth L Nichols was also probated Ma tilda L Neale daughter of de t cedent was given 100 After the paymentOf her debts and funerall expenses she bequeather to her grandchildren Thomas Ball Nichols Stephen Brow r Nichols and Andrew Wilkinson Nichols the remainder of her jes tate to be divided equally Dr Thomas B Nichols was appointed executor and permitted to qualify without bond The wilts is dated January 24 1903 and witnessedby Wallace Brown and Jbhn Wallace f t Monday was County Court day but only small nnmbejr of peo pie were in town Business however was fairly brisk and Auctioneer Bridwelll reports the following sales of stock T shoati weight 70 pounds 385 per beacJ six 55lb pigs 235 per head 9I80lb sho tsj330 per head sow And nine pigs 1950 bulLcalf 18 75 long yearling steers weight about 700 pounds 2230 two weanling steetfcalves l2 5Iper head two heifer calves 22 milch cowS25j our year old har ness horse 15 hinds high 111 small bay horse 76 old buggy 10 McDwelIRoWIM A2 The marriage of Miss Patlie t H McDowell and MrWiillianl S Rowland was solemnized this afternoon at 230 oclock The ceremony was performed at the first Presbyterian church by Rev WY Davis of Louisville a brotherin law oftbe bride assisted byt the pastor Pr E M Green The altar of the church was iDeamtifully dedorated with palms and ferns andpresented a very handsome appearance Promptly at theappointed hour the wedding party gathered at the church and to the strainsof k Mendelssohns wedding march the ushers Messrs Sm Cheek 1a1 trlitbtt Wiseman and W D Moore at the left door of tne church crossing in front of the chanceL They were followed bj the brides sister Mrs W Y Dayis of Lpuisvillt who acted asDanit of Honor and Miss Margaret Mclfowell Maid ol Honor who came in at ttpe opposite door Then came the bride oi the arjof he groom and took a po itiipi immediately in front of the ilSK The bride wore a Wryhamd pwt r gown Of point despitandth conyentipnal veil which wai pinned with a brooch of arJs and diamonds She carrie iiF her hand a luV of bi4ei roses rhe Maid and J me of Honor wert attiiia baiitifiuln gowns of white silk and carried l boquets of pink and white cbina IwtIfriends of theooatrftclinf qit i wore present to witocMi the emony which was a mOll hti ful and imprtMiire oa fflllj rmany handsome prents rted t J ed attest tp the pqp J rltl OfjJand Mrs Rowland j who4bsafternoon train for a briCIil liir of the East DftaTilk Ally yijiltf i DeeiHoaey and1ar 4l w4 I eniaI1otkerreme4LeoNedIoitbei rtlicf of C01l1h1troubles It contafnAMjUtpra jJ p t pertiu that de troyrtW gsI d ttrr Solveoti CpertIet1lMtIIt pM M alJowiar it to bethron sffiiuoui the bowels gellyC r trvjt Whooping Cough ami Coils iif MMilCht Sojfdby Hafdoaa Phars lAnew theory that iprvIwi cWfiil in tthe ewe of Co fh Lao t Isd eichlal aftctiona Ia ofered la Ies raxative Mosey sad Tar This ri4y j cits the JIHICtII boa the Kait01l1 UlriIlC Of the theeSt i uiissd beo a1 taMlj ws4ioE PiieaiNO a iid Mrgthathes7a jt 45 leMf Creep aud WoIg I disaS it 14 Jr befe of ItI sPidbV W isc7 i I J i I W w i1 W W I 7F ciHTHE NEWSLEADER OBLIMUCD XVJCKY THUMDJLY- A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRilf GP1ELD KY E Xr DAVISON Jr ED1TOAX JaJIoLISJl ixwal 01 fciMnws notices 10 cuU HT cia susqHeBt1Ur0 Calls o candidate and poliUcal matter cento per liB 4S JJob oks cl0tt8 at low rates but casb ust be paid delivery of goods A 1T rtUI g contracts made on liberal rAI4 Obltawtet and resolutions of respect 3 mis per line d1fotllCa1OJrS 250 tty Majclstratwt Caty OMcHIL1r tflitrktOe 5 HUIWDAT SEPTEMBER 22 19041 For Circuit Judge 401 We are authorized to announce I HTHURMAN the office of Circuitcandidate foras a JUdge of this the EleveniiI Judicial district composed5 of Washington Marion Taylor and Green counties subject to the action of the Demo cratic party James Richardson was nomi nated for Congress in the Third district by the Democratic con k venionat Scottsville over N A I Porter ty a vote of 54 to 45 on r the first ballot Chairman Taggart of the De mocratic Na lonal Committee e says that he is Wonderfully pldsedwith the political outlook t after spending a f week in IHinois and Indiana f incampaignThe Republican Maryland was formerly opened i in Baltimore last night with s seeches by Senator Fairbanks SenatOr Dhlingham and J L Flndlay 0 Canary William Hunley of Marion IcOunty spent last week witI the family of R C Canary Born on the 6th to tthe wife of William Lanbam a boy J S Cocanougher bought of R 0 Canary one mule colt for 65 Elvin Anderson and wife spent Sunday wilh the family of R P Lanham William Barker and wife spent Sunday with the family of RC Canary Mrs Yaste an4daughter Miss Maggie spent one day last week with Mrs Blvin Yoste Elvin Yasto Bought one nice horeat W r Rob s sae for S85 kepr4s RI Mr and Mrs J B Carricoen tertamed some of their friends nt dinner Sunday Miss Ffonia Medley who has Sbeen ill with typhoid fever is1 pconyalescant Smith Carrico wife ard baby t were visaing at Hillary Dow lings Saturday and Sunday Watt Olfryan gave they on nj pnple a dance last Friday night in his new house A large crowd was present Alex Blandford has returned lo Louisville af er a visit to reTa tivfes here p The rain that fell Sunday did coasiderabje good in filling up tils creek and branches Misses Della and Lizzie Smith pftt this week for Louisville where they have positions t4 r Tke LexiIgEirots- October 4th is the day or which the great ten day meeting of the Kentucky Breeders Asso ciation commences and on tha dythe famous 20000 Kentucky Futurity is trotted Twenty tfive of the best 3year olds evei 4c known are eligible and it will bt 4thegioatt colt race in history Grace Bond Alta Axworthy Ormonde wilteen Lord Revel stoke Maud F May Earl Ga zote Princess Allul Harry Me 7Kerroo Floy Medium Totara Jessie Beoyon DocmOre and Elden Bells pt the lot have allI shown miles in from 21 J + tc 313 + and toe record ol the stakf 2101 is certain to be broken Half rates on lz railroads are in force and5iforce and a great crpwd is expected to see the sen jaiional coetest for the largest Tieon the trotting turf CASTORIA JIsaiMr- I Thi KM YM Itw Ahnjt knflit t rs uBgnatur of I d MIVG lrltW Jiij iWWK News front The County 1 H PeliiA910nthe County People SS 1ii g as Reported by our Correspondents ftftAftftftftftl1ln IW Hi Hsboro J 0 Absence ffrom home will gale our letter t iris week to be some What breif Felix NolI sold a number of fat hogs to tank Co for5c per lb B0H Mcllvoy also bought several from W P Scruggs at tie same price Jas Montgomery who has been visitirigi his relatives here has returne to his home in Lou isviile Mrs W Sutherland has re ttriled from a visit to her aunt Mrs J W Davis at Bardstown Hog cholera basagain broken out in this v iciniy J A Coul ter and others have recently lost several hogs from Vie effects of the disease 4 J A Counter has abou com pleted his new frame dwelling hous itt bs an exclentIcca tion and when completed it will be one of tfre best and prettiest county Newt Hardin had charge of the work mdit certainly com mends him as a first class work man 4 Jas W ettles who sold his farm some ti meago with inten OklalloIlRsarsit Qudrbyehas rented property from IfM Snewmaker and will mo e there about the Grit of the year Our boys adedanotber victory to th irJist aturday by defeat ing the Br ksville tam The team rromtf athain will be here Saturday evening to receive another defett Qapt settles is anxious for his team to play Mackvllle and Frederiekstown before thd season closes We tre mTeceipt of a letter from Ret l R Campbell of Harrodsbiirgjjstating thatbe will nut be with us the nxt Sunday and to ask the church to accept his resignation for he cannot be with us jaiiy longer Rev Campbell bFa host of friends here who wjill regret to hear of dis resigniatijan Eld W Ezra Sutherland will begin a seres oft meetings at Love Ridg church Saturday night The day services will eI conducted at Fairmount All are invited to 4tendand take part in the work We are requested to say tbaU Prof Howell of Mackvilla has a large number of friends in tbisI vicinity jnrho are all ways glad to have him to attend church here and take patjt in the sting service and in regard to the sinking class it vrak s ggesied by the pastor and several membets to have a slngmg school ttaught forte benefit of our church and Prof Howell only offered in case they got n0w books to como down and giye the class the bene fits of his knowledge of niusic free of cliafge and we are sur prised at any one objecting to it and as for him not being needed one only haslto attend church hero but once to be convinced about what is need damlnol iisten to the egotism of a corres pondent LICAC Talliam Springs Protracted meetingbegan here Tuesday Rev Moore assisting Rev Sommers Both are able preachers and we are looking fora good meeting Mr Graves of VanBuren and vrs Addle Smithey of Fairviev were married last Thursday Rev Hatchett officiating Joe Carey and family pf Louisville are visiting relatives here Miss Piralee Royalty of Pleas tnt is quite ill with fever WeS hope toj hear of her recovery IIsoon Miss Ber ilia Keeling visited her sister Mrs John Jenkins Friday nigljt last W Hi Keeling is having a large amount of lumber sawed Tor the tunneHeadlng to the min Mrs Wcrnal manager of the hot l here has gone nome andl tie hotel will be closed until next season LMr Reaa Thompson sold a cowstfor 37 There was anice creani sup l B SI LCS Y reStores color hairU IC PnightalsQaP John Jenkins sold a mule to Snead Gibbs for 50 George Kays sod a bunch of cattle to Bill Graham and Eras i tus Holiday 1tt15 per head Mo everybody in this corn munity is through cutting to bacco Some have a fine crop while others r port only about half a crop VaIItyIIIIT- homas Reed anawife visited the lalters parents pear Maud Saturday and Sunday Mr Dave Guthrie Miss Mary Guthrie and Mrs Mary Berry returned to tbfeir home in Casey county Sunday after a weeks visit to relatives an this section J Liitle Margarec MOl an who has been quitot ihi for the past few days iis convalescent at this writing Mr Benedict Janes andI mother of this place aid Misses Sue Edgerton and Tiny Reed of Hillsboro spent Monday at the home of Mrs yB Ballard Willie Virgin and mother of near Maud spent Friday at the home dfThoncas Reed Rev W E Sutherland and wife two of Hillsboori most highly accomplished citizens passed through our village Sut urday Robert Thompson of Pleasant GrQve has purchased the farm ol Mr Charley Lewis which is situated about li miles from Valley t Hill on the Bloomdeld pike The place was formerly owned by J f j Shehan Price unknown Mrs Jas L Moran and children visited Mrs Thomas Baker of near Hiilsbora Saturday night and Sunday Everybody irv this vicinity seems to have the obow craze It is all the talkl of attending the show ILebanon T A Tutum has a small crop of corn on which the ears are of averageiength cf from 13 to 16 icches Has anyone a crop that can beattbis If so please make a response through the columns of the much r dESLEAPER Jeff Goatley is attending the G rded school in Sprngtield Eddie Moran who was com pelled to stop school last week on account of severe illness has about recovered again Ernest Goatley has been visit ing his sister Mrs Seay ofr MooresTille for the past week The annual school election Is to be heldat the school house in this district No 50 Saturday optt 1 and we hope that the c citizens therofwill take a more active part than usual jI1 the sd lecting of trusteesI I Amuck needed rainfellheJe in last Sunday w th its refresh lug torrents followed by a cool spell The rogues seem to have a pick at a certain farmer in this district If he is not disturbed by the squeaking of chickens it is the falling of fruit or whatever comes in reach of tim rogue Somsbne will be reminded of the Fqurth of J use night when the ring of this farmers gun is heard on the calm night air We are sorry 10 report that Samuel Tucker who is quite ill of typhoid fever is nor better at this writing The tobacco in this district is about all housed and the raisers teem well pleased about the farmers house that is about to beestablishedS v UNO MOO eS71DLE iAgqod rain fell last Sunday which was badly needed in this section Mrs Lula Walker arid two daughters isses Catherine and Thelma have returned to Louis yule after a pleasant visit to friends here Miss Fay Lydanne has return ed home from a months visit to friends in Lpusyille Mr Zack Crow shipped a car load of horses from Booker last VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer IIIA 1IOJiyan1 4zviit py SiL I Kt Monday There ws also a mixed load of stock shipped the same day- There has been four carloads of coall unloaded at Booker dur iiUg theipasl week ChaplinJastbe enson the past week Several from here attended the picnic at Fredericksiown last Satucday Miss Sallie Montgomery isit1 ed her sister Mrs Kept Smith at Prederickstown from Saturday until Monday and attended the picnic trades are all the go ILand Tobin has bought a farm from Mr Ben McMakin known as the Ben Pile falm coniaining 403 acres at 34 per acre Possession given Jan 1 1005 Mr W H Yancey bought D L Hum phrey the Abe Thomas farm containing about 80 acres at 150 per ace H6 also bought of Wint Sweet ey about 45 acres Pnc6 unknown Jetson Lydanne is put again after a severe attack of typhoid leaver Mrs Nannie Weekly kas returned home after visiting Mrs Jas Farnsworth and Mrs Rrch ard Shumate of Nelson county andldauLatonia Ky visited Mr Stevenson last wee k Mr Ed Pile and Miss May Bell Hirsch were m nied at the home of the bride Judge Frank Daugherty of Bardstown per forming the ceremony Aunt Ham ah Curtsinger is very ill at this writing Miss Dana Royalty is in a critical condition in Louisville here she went to have an operation performedforllppondlcitis Nearly all of the family are with herItis tto be hoped that sbe may recover Arthur Eddleman went to Louisville last week to lay in his fall stocK ofgoods- Msdames Jeff Smith Susan M Hendren May Grigsbyj Eliza Moore W O Ellis and daughter all dined at Mrs 1 N Curtein gers Wednesday Mjr and Mrs Jeff Smith gave a birthday dinner 8ept Iain nonor of Mrs Jeff Smith She Iwas born in 1834 Although being three score and tten she is a cheerful old lady and looks to celebrate many more birthdays There was a large crowd present all of her children being ut home except two sons They hada bountifnl dinner and it was much enjoyed by all present Mr and Mrs Smith and their daughter Miss Maggie know how to entertain in royal style and their home is known for its hospitality After a prayer by Rev Maxwell of Chaplin all the guests departed wishiig thny could spend another such a day and also wishing Mrs Smith many mdre such birthdays 1 Pullfam Mr Esquire Kays and wife of Huutingburg iud ore Visiting relatives herO this week Dock Kay and fIe of Blanr dinsvilla 111 are visiting relatives hero at this writIng Mr Lincoln Ternl has moved his sawmill to Mr James Kay IThecomb was burned down Sept 3 He had justcompleted his he use and had only been living in it a few days The cause of the fro is tot known He carried 050 icsuiance MrW N Keeling is building a new dwelling bouse on his farm near AntiocbJ Joseph Carey and fanrily of Louisville are visiting relatives at Tathara this week rlinthisrl to Prices Chapel neighborhood JB Jenking plda horse mule to WS Gibbs for 5G Miss Addie Keeling gave a musical entertainment Saturday night Sept 10 JastiweokA good many hogs are dying in this section with cholera comlpIthaw Springs line Ths In Democraiic Candidates Ie j In The following gentleman ndeclaredjiarly fOr the respective county aryrhgust 6th 1904 They are to be i voted loraL the regular el ction November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Clevk W F Booker Reps nt ive Wrf D Claybrooke For Sheriff J S O bourne SuptofhOOlSJ VBus- hFrjailerGeq D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryao W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerS M Montgomery will be of much convenienceAo this community Mr J B Jenkins bougha calf of G W Coulter fon8 also one of William Jenkins for 50I There fs lots of talk just row about the Burley Tobacco Asso ciation which nearly every to bacco growerIs going into The Continental TcibaccpGo has had us under their thumb for several yearsanrl if this the last remedy falls to talre they wilh keep us there for several more years and perhaps Trass us harder Harry Pinkston of Polin spent Sunday withrelativeshire WHh U A Messrs fobn K and Morrs Wilson have gone to Chicago where they will engage in work Mr Lewis Franklin and wife and Ben Tennill and wife of Cam den were guests of John Suther land and family Sunday Mr Dee Shewmakeri wife and children of White Hall Bob SheTmaker wife and daughter of Fenwick Mrs Maria Bainy daughter Miss Lula of Law renceburgi Mrs Parlee Nichols and son of Tablow Mrs JaneI Durr of Seaville were the pleasant guests at the home of Mr PeterShewmaker and sister Mrs Mary Hughes on last TlWrscay Just two years ago they met at the nome of Mr Dee Shewmaker to spend a happy day with their aged father Uncle Fantley Shewmaker We wish uncle Fantmay Hvfe to spend more happy dajs with his sister andI children He is 80 years bid Miss Mattie Brown has return ed tp LouisvIlle after spending the summer at this place Mr Clay Drury and Miss Effie Hoskins ot Anderson county were quietly married at the home of ReV J A Simson last Thursday evening MIss LulA Earl Merritt has gone to Louisville to spend Several weeks with her sister Mrs Edward Wilder Dr W W Hyatt and wlfij have gone to St Louis to gpendseveral weeks at the World sFairi We wish them pleasant journey W L Wells and Fred Suther land spent Sunday in Louisyilje Charles Blanton of Boston spent Saturday arid Sunday with WS Gib s Mr Lester Gibbs and sister MayBe have gone to Harrcds burg where they will enter school under the instrucion of of Prof C C Bell Wo notice in your column where our popular teacher and friend GW Colviln lejun his school in your town the 12tfi ye wish turn success arid trust ho may have heb est schocJ ever taught in Sp ingneld GW Merritt lefi our tovn for Bloumfield last Sunday whe e he will s pcriri end the farm of Dr AM Shields Mr TH T Scruggs and wife are spending a month at the Worlds Fair They wjll go from St Louis to Denton Texas to Msit relatives Mr Everett Scruggs and Miss Liljie Riley were mantled on lufet Stnday eveplng at the residence ofRv 1A Sinr5 May joy be eVor th irs IiMiss Addle Sharp of DallaF Texas is visiting relctives at this place Prom 148 lo 92 2 Mb One of the mostt remarkable cases ofI a cold deepseated en the Inngs 1GertrodeOne Minute Cough Cure She savsJ The coughingand straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 143 to 92 pomidB I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Curl Four bottles of this wonderful remedy curedI me eutirelyofthe cough strengthened mv lungs and restored me to my nor niaVweight health and strcrgtb Sold by all druggists IS bit CALDWELL YRUP PEPSICURE lt1 pGEerIQN 2 Sole Agents for 1Old Hickory and Studebaker Wagons V H- l rii i r b p i ijI l f r l lJ 2 I tcr IIt We handle Carts ifall suit tJf the fort c Sy racuse Plicrwv A Call and our line of Collars J Work Gear iRo es and Horse r c + SEED WHEAT 9 Cash Paid for llIDES and FURS CURE Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beY9nd the reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE Evansvillemdwith a kidney and Bladder affection I lost flesb and was unable to work Throd physicians failed FoleyKlduCTbotUa cavo me great relief and after taking the socooi bottle I was entirely cured Two Sizes 5OCnts and 100 Sale B G Boblitt Admr etc Phs vs Equity Ham Pie Guar etc Deft By virtue ofa Jndgmcnband order of Be of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Feb term thereof 1SU4 ir the above cause shall proceed to offer for sle at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY S PT 26 19C4 ac or about 2 oclock pra being county court day to the hiijhcsl biJder at public auction upon a credit cf 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property to wit Two tracts or parcels of land lying anli being in Washington County Ky tract No i bound ed as follows Beginniig at a stone in the lice of r F Settle near and corner to New Hope church thence s 26V e poles to a store in sad line thence s 61 w 3V poles to a stoner on side of hill thence n 24 w41t poesftc a stone in branch thence n 47 e17 poles toa gatepost corner to graveyard llot thence with sames 24 e 18 4 poles to a stone thence rt 24 w 17 poles to a stone one pQle south of church lot thence n 64 e 1CJ poles to the be ginning containing 9f acres of landless and exceptcd of the above bourdary 2 acres more or less Tract No 2 Beginning at a point where dirt n ad No intersects the Mooresville dud Booker turnpike road ttenc north with said roadto Vill Bcb litt s line thence with said Bob litts line to the line of Emmitt Settle and Charlie Butler thence with their line to the srid turn pike roap thence with said turn pike road t the beginning containing 80 acres more or less For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must txecute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be requhed to comply promptly with these terms j M G LEACHMAN M C W CO Epracv Mfitaej It is a great convcmedce to have at hand reliable reiuedie for use in cses a houscoldnecesity Pain Balm By applying it promptly to a cut biulse or burn it allays the vain and causes tile injur to heall in about one tliird the tme usually re quired audas it is au antiseptic it prevents any danger ot blood poispn inir WhrcPaio DalmiY kept at hand a sprain maybe treated before Jnfia matijn acts h which insures a quick recovery For sale by Fuyd ins drug store TieSoin3cli is the Ma1 A weak atoinach weakens the tuna because it oannot transform the foi1 he cats into nourishment Health nd strength danndt e restored to any sick man or weak woman wi hont first restoring health and strength tQ the stomach Awcnk stomach cii not digest enough food tc f ed he tissues and revive the trcd auu rundown limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dispcfsla Cure digests what you eat cleanses ami strengthens the gjands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by all dnrjgists r9 ice Taxpayers t Thestate 1tnd county taxes for tne year 1004 are now due and all persons owing same will please call on me or my deputi Sj arid settle without further delay t wbrch illtidd costs BYRON CROAKE tf Sheriff W C I JIBARM SUPrUES t i 1Y Phone No 20 o Quaitity- froma Bushelte- a iHS McGLURE MM DEALERSINI Buggies I1nplementsGrain and dS l Buggies Surrey gialesto purclnfeer Agents Hillside examine extensive Harness Buggy Bhmkets FflLETTS KIDNEY Commissioners ardIauments i Nf II SMGFIDLD afti Field Seeds t Tornado j 3lili 1 The Smart Set H t V 3A Magkzi Cleverness K Magazines should have a d fined purpose Genuine entertaihment amtsement and mental recreationi are tfie motiO of The Smart Set the i v IJ t ryOST SUCGESSFUIi QF MZII E if J Its novelsa cqmpieteprieini Cali numb rj are by the rnot I riliant authors hemispheres cV U Its short st ribs are matchlessclean ahdulVor huiuan rHomort r rtt Itsj ikes witticismsi sjcechcs etc are admittedly the I1 stImirthprovoking i rJ J 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING =f No are wasted on cheap iLustratipn cditoiilvarorits or wearying essays and idle discussions X page will interest charm a i d you Subscribe now250 per jar Remis in ch qupi Pi Pii nr Rvnrpcs nrtfhr or rrpfrUtprprTlAltftVtrt THF SET 4n2 Fifth New Yorkl t N B Sample on Appljcaticn Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON r STAkIOCT 414 21000 FUTURITY TISSDAY OCTOBEB 4 I t OHDAY 3000OCT01EJC 10 40 GREAT ACES I on All We bave ir our charge for sale the tracts of land and will take great in any of them to buyeis 200 aCre farm 1 railef from i per 2Q acre place 5 miles from right on thi piKe good house ana barn nil good land firstclass Jand Price 1300 e 1GO nero farm 7 miks fom light on ttejpikc new five room house rev barn farm well watered ard fenced l 36 acre farm 6 miles ft om on pike good six room house all good outbuild ings and well fenced 1100 170 acre farm miles irom good house od watered and fenced 51 acre place H nijles from rand all and in high state of cultiva ion i 95 aCre farm 5 miles from l right on pike nal1 20 acre 7 miles frotej to church jIWe sell Coal Any o DlslLts Oliv i jJIi S of well cfboth interest pages Every refresh HWA1iIx Avenue Sent Free 8100000 CUP tObacco plenty plenty tobacco place Ipndy t IJI i r J j 5000 V NIAjj THt JtSDJLY OCTOrtt S 3odoMcQOWELL TUEDLY OCTOJZZ 11t EVER OFFERED 1WEE FAMOLJ AND IHalf Rates Railjoadat1 Farms for Sale followirg described pleasure showing prospcctive MCELROY WHARTQN bouseISpringfield Springfield ciltiyationtI Springfield offeTnyater Springfield nndbarnJ PriceflOOO Springfield Idysyell dlbarnSpringfield good1tpbnco Springfield CMlIad topics ri I GIfATEST PIOGAMME and school weltlt fenced Lariflf tthoJsE140r acre arm 2+ miles frog I Springfield16room house goal srC2 kand tobacco barriV Jatrw mostly in grass Pi ice lipj 4 acre f 200 jjicre farm 5 liiiles Xronf Springfield good house laiii Ibarq ultgbxJ land 60 aCreo bottoml ncr w1t Cenced plen timber Price fpO pern retr lor All peiiiona Notice having laimJJ Inagaibstjtlie estate of flJrsSpsaii M duckman win please present tbcametomo properjyrprovon it on or before October 1 1904 or t to my attorney jVV K GrlgsbyjJt his pflice In Springfield Kyvon t tid dateot bCfte JOHN CojJMfis Admr t of Mrs Susan M BqCkman 1 BEES laxative PURSLS GNIdcwens 1iIII TRAN5Y lr 1 HONEY DIAD An improvement over alt aaclBPrldAtOUIRemedies Cures Cod Strengthen the Lung a Gently Mores tht Bcgtote + P1eaanttothetastI H good alike faj9 and Old P Fi08Qe Medlclnit ltjap USA DR JM BURTON PIIDiNT DENTIST I TEETH EXTRACTED VITHOUTV PAIN OffnoK Hmgw Block up stairs SPRINGFiELD KY J All IJenkv Work Strictly 1 Firsfclmss DR iH LAMPTON OFFICEi I j In Opera House r iIf WrrFGRIGSBYj J ATTORNEY AT LAjW tI Office over Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD KY L Dr 8 M Green DENTIST 4 4AlIkinds of den tal work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord Ehoae56 SPBINGFIIBLDIKY1 JiB RoBARDS M W FYAT- TRbpARDSi HYATT n v Physicians and Surgeons t 1Oflicenex tto Ulerks Office JAMES GRAVES PEACTICA- IWatclnnakert aM Jeweler i Carries a line of Watches Clocks t and Jewelry Repairing a Spe ci lty Located atT WvSimms t Jr olJlaw office opposite Court House Springfield Kytt DR W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL j DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber HPental work atraason bkIpricesr All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KYf JOHNYMAYCS FUNERAL DIRECTOR ANn IMBAlMfR I 1TELEPHONE r DAY19 NIGHT 74 rPdGF1B KY r HavHouy HaulinQI TO DO If EC call lijL ALLEN lPtat the Depott fflBBJlT INn TRUNKS Hailed Furniture Moved rd anything in the hauling ine done carelully and at I easpnable rates- PHONEb 22 i Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in 1ffcton the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 f m Rardstown Junction 4 502 Ptm Birdstwn 552 pm arrives bt Springheld 015 pm Np 42 Leaves Springfield atI 530Vm Bardstown 617 a m Hard bjpn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves LouiviIIeat 730 am Bardatowo Junctjn 930 am Bvrdstown 11 13 a m arrives at Springfield 1240 pm Noi4A Leaves Springfield a 120 p m Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown J tin tinn 435 p m arrives at Louisville 545 pmQ No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 a m Bards town B am Bardsto wn Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 985 am- No91 Sundays only=Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 050 pm Bardstown 735 p rn arrives at Springfield 825Apni FARM PbR SALE 178 acres goodiimprovements on pike goocI graiii and stock farm best or chai4 in county plenty water in one half mile of Botland will sell at bargain OTIS PORTER Bctland Kv E WT Vl W itththLocal Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest All About Yourself Friends i and Acquaintances I JM 4jwz C c G w lJPl 1Pv Good Sorghum 45c at Gamp bells grorery 16 pound granulated sugar for 1 at Campbell f Thntforget you can get fresh brtad at Oampoel1 j We are still selling Arbuekles coffee at 15c at Campbells BORN At their home near Lebanon to Mr atid Mrs John Mahon a son f Display of pattern hats Saturday Sept 24 Everybody invit ed Mrs Williams Two thoroughbred black Berkshire sows ana tenplgs for sale cheap E L DATVISQN Jr FOR SALE About 35Second i hand school d sksi W K KOBERTSONV I have a nice lid of Yand girls caps the Buster Brown style etc MrS Williams Say tbe fairs are over so come now lets settle down for busi ness and buy our groceriesajl Campbells FOR SALETA siood secondI hand pheaton newly painted and in firstclass condition Apply to E L Davison Ji What everybody bays must lie true that the be6 styles and the most reasonable prices in millinery are to be found at Mrsii Williams LOSTOfl the Toad between Booker and Valley JHilla ladys jacket Finder will please re t turn to MRS BYKJON GROAKE Springfield and receive reward WANTEDA small house ort part Qf a house ifi Springfield Wa tel I y a 1 small family to ent For further particulars apply at the NEWSLEADER office J The Sanford Eobison Refinc ed Minstrel Co4one of the bes1e on the road will appear atlhe t OJ ra House here on next Monday I night Sept j2D for one t night only t S M Campbell reports Dan yule court as being ja very good court day About 200 cattle on the market selling horn 2f to 4c per pound milk cows very low aged mules from 79to2OO Come one come ill I have about 40 buggies find wagonsl all firstclass tocle out at a t bargain lB M SUEWMAl CER CQ Maccville Ky l The Board of Election Com missioners for Wash ngtoncoun ty composed ot Sheriff Byron Croake Thos J Miller arid C F Bosldy met here Tuesday and named the election officers for the next elect l full 11st1 of officers ionffu 1isbed in our next issue i Poultry ticket 033 tte lucky ticket in poultry and eggs contest has not yet yet been presented If same is tOt presented by Saturday Oct 1st another drawing wilt take place immediately in or ierto give my cus tomrs another chance for the prize r M H JoNES Everybody should turn out to see the great minstrel show at the Opera House lere on next Monday night The Sanford Robison Co comes highly re commended as a fir V class minstrel show and should attract al good crowd Seats on sale at Wood Campbel s Popular prices LOST OR STOLEN A yellow IIblanlrs were 1jaken a black oneeyed noiare from the streets of Springfield Saturday night Sept 17 The mare has come home withonl saddle and bridle Finder plefse inform J W SMITH Will Meyers a colored boy is inj jail awaiting the action of the grand jury on tt e charge of grand larceny 1Meyers who here from Louiscame recently ville had been vini tt e employ off Father P F Hen essy and one day llast week sold toEd M RuS sell the jeweler a patch for 4 Mr Russell afterwards discover 1ed that the watehj belonged to Father Hennery apd had been stolen Meyers Was arrested Ij Id cv T to Insw vin couj t TOPICS l1MPl lol Miss MaiyvF Young and Mi Wade Hampton Snodgress were married at St Dominics church this plac6 on last Tuesday morn ing Rev Father Heniiessy offi 1ciating 1terl wellknown farmer of this county I find has many friends and ad mirers in the commimity The groom is a prosperous young farmerrot near Morganfield After a dinner at the home of the bride the Happy couple left for Mon anfie which will be their home for the future Miss Minnie McClell rand who biqs just returned from the mar kets where she has lean famil iarizing herself with the freshest and smartest in Fall Millinery is pleased to announce that she will be assisted this season by Misses Canter Logsdon and Martin and as heretofore will be at Mansfields Nad Hardin a notorious negro who has been in numerous scrapes during the past few pears and who has been dodg ing a warrant for shooting with intent to kill for the past year was arrested jn Lebanon on lastI Friday evening by Policeman Thompson of that pace andI broughtfhere and placed in jail About a year ago Hardin shot at Marshal John Grace while the latter was trying to arrest him I and fled and since then has been dodging about the country liv ing in Louisville and elsewhere He was indicted in the Circuit Court for shooting with intent to kill and will aait in jail for histt trial at the next term of court John Thomas a wollknown negro of the county cAme to town on Friday and by night was drunk diiough to go on the war path He became excited over the arrest of Nad Hardin who is his half brother and it is said declared vengeance on Town Marshal John Grace He purt a shotgun and some load d shells and was looking for trouble when Grace encountered him on the street and proceeded to l arresty the terror Besides the shotgun the negro was found to lave a pistol in histt pocket Marshal graqe and Deputy Comstock proceeded with the prisoner to jail and while standing awaiting the Opening of the door by jailer C tlett the prisoner made a sudden break for liberty and es caped in the darkness although the officer fired two shots at the fleeing figure On Tuesday Thomas came in and surrendered himselfand paid his fine BakerGrume Mr Leonaad Baker of this plac and Miss Susie Cr nie of Bardstown1 will be married at that town on October 18 Mr Baker is a popular and industrious young business man of Springfield while liisbridetobe- s a charming young ladywith many friends in her own Commu- nit She is a member of the- wellknown Grume family of Nelson l county Sad Death The inanyfrienus and relatives of Mrs Bqssie Hughes Ander son at this place were Chocked on last Tuesday to receive the news dff her death at her home near Bloomfield Mrs Ander son had been in good health up until last Saturday when she waS taken with quinzy from which disease she died on Tuesday morning at 6 olclock The de ceased was a daughter of tlie late Dr James Hughes and Mrs Mary McElroy Hughes 8111 was the Wife of Mr William Al- derson a popular farmer of Nel son county wl6 with two small children survive her From childhood the deceased had made friends and acquaintances in Springfield being a frequent visitor here She was jtsister to Mrs W W Ray of Hopkins ville Mrs tMayme Powell and Mrs James Allen and Messrs James and Louis Hughes of Nelson county The funeral services were held at Bloomfield Wednesday morning and the remains were broughtto this place for burial on Cemetery Hill in tbe Hughes burial lot 1ules Wanted EG POX Co of Danville wiU be in Springfield County Court Day Monday Sept 26to buy 100 mule and horse colts They also want to buy yearling mules i jDONTSj j D JNT buy Glasses over a I covntT and select them frI v yourself You may select at jpair that aids your v son forF lithe time being yet may proeS i most injurious JDONT buy cheap las ps 5 lenses are imperfectly and unlike 1SUCh T read in bed or on ajj mg train 5 DONT read without your 3 Glasses or with some one elses 15 DONT continue wearing your old Glasses when you feel thatt 3 they are not just right 3 Its So Easy to Have Them Rigbt v CF RUSSELL Iii- MainI St Springfield Ky 1YvrIlrlrvva F ERSN L Mr A C McElroy spent Sun day in Louisville Miss Lizzie Haydon was in Bardsto xn Sunday Hon WD Claybrooke was in Mt Steringlast week Miss Regina Clements has re turned from Lou is ville Marion Jones was in Bloom field last week on business Hon Hugh P Cooper of Leba non was in town Tuesday J SrCIaybrooke is in Cincin nati this week buying goods Rue Foster was in Louisville the first of the week on business Miss Florence Edelen spent Sunday with friends rin Bards town Js1tcwnweek Mrs Dennie Thompson is visi ting at the home of her brother MrT S fayes Mr James Gregory and daughter Miss Llzzte Mae left Tues day for St Louis Miss osie Lee js employed with Miss Willie Knott in her millinery establishment Mr andMrs T J Miller of Willishurg spent Tuesday with Mr and Byron Croake Miss Husi9 Thompson has re turned to Louisville after a visit to relatives in the county Mr and Mrs Jfirpnie Cooper after avUitto theCJH Mclntire home has returned to Vine Grove Miss Della Campbell has returned from4 a pleasant visit to the Msses Croake at Croakes yule Miss fame willreturn home Saturday afiera pleasant visit to friends in ElzabeLhtown and Louisville Mrs daughfsdayfurMra Andrew Cunningham has returned from Louisville where she had been under treatment at an infirmary Miss Mary Browtfe attended the marriage of Miss Pat tie McDowell to Mr Rowland atDan viklelastuekr Misses Lida ODauicls and Ida Hamilton of St Marys attended the YouflgSnodgrass wedding here Tuesday Judge AV E Selecman aiidsQn Will have returned from St Louis where they have been at tending the fair Mrs ru Carl Lilsey and daughter of Lebanon visited her parents Judge and Mrs W E Selecman last week i Miss Edith Prica has returned from a delightful visit to her friends Miss Anne TImony and Nell Fogartyof DahvilleI Rev W H Williams returned Saturday from a vsit to St Louis and held services at the Baptist church Sunday as usuall Mrs KatherineTfetler who has been visiting ner daughters family here has returned to Lou isville She was accompanied by Miss Kate WharUm Mr Frank W Simms has ren- tedt the JohnF Simms farm and has moved his family to the old Simms home on tthe Mackville road Judge and Mrs B L Litsey and Misses Jennie Leachman and Sue Duncan of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood are at the Worlds Fair Mr W C McChordhas been at Georgetown and other points in the tobacco growing district helping along the Burley Tobacco Growers Association SheeptorSaea I have some nica western and native stock ewes prices right See me before buying RanT M THOMPSON mTOOIm Jand DIAMOND Iencet1 yOuimoney Hjf1 WE HAVE HatchetRsaws6hi I tI V4tIm t File Adzes and in fact arUUlinebf car JREMEMBERJ warrant everything jn Diapiond Edge l1it Call and what w have V McElroy ir Sliult 8 E FALL AND WINTER m ClOTHESI Lti m elmmmmGuaraI1teedFit iXj ImF10ll1q I m of Wanamaker Brown m LUM ABEL m t1 LocalAgent Springfield Ky BkBBBBBBBBBiI- iEAP u CHEAP CHEAP AT F THOMAS Verybest Indigo Blue Red and an Shirting at 5c Outing 8e JOe Outing 9c I2c i Canton Flannel 7 12 to lOc Good Unbleached Cotton 5c Worthmors Heavy wOol S3 liyNew51 i FINE OPPORTUNITY Col Jnd Wathen Jr of Lebanon Ky has consignedihis J four fine Stallions Norviii W Gambian Chester Dare Jr and Cabells and two finely bred and handsome trot ing mares to Messrs Hudont Bros Sale LouisvillE Ky and tll iwfllbe sold on the second day of the sal- eTuesday October 4 1994lbeginning with number 168r If you want a first class trotting or saddle bred Stallion with speed and extreme Action a i high class road or trotting bred mare with speed style andnc tion look up this consignment These Stallions are sireing a high class of colts that are s llI ling at good prices Norvin W bad seven untrained colts that sold recently 3350 His colts are large fine haiid some speedy and great Actors For extended pedigree and write Col Wathen afc Lebanon Ky Hudson Bros Louisville Ky catalogue LIST t 2unclaimed in theI Springfield postofflce week Sept 21 1904 0 B C1aure Mary and Wm Montgomery Persons caning nor tnes letter please say advertised and give date of list A Waters P Ill I find nothing better for liver dn rangoment aid constipation thae Ohamberlans Stomach and LIver- Table tsL Frtuus fcs cnc for RIo by Haydoas drufcsore aJS j r 7 = J above all the bestbf Tools I1 EDGE TOOLS 1 They are madeof the very bestmaterial and b I Edge Tool cold is r warranted If it is not as z represented return it to us and get back t l t 1 I we i W l see o I j l J Amef calico Cloth worth Cloth wortb Pants SI50 to I B Lexington or for description or for LETTER Remaitjing for Hutchinson will W j BIG PARADE free IIn Springfield Smartest line of correct mull iiery and rightly tailored suits and skirts ever exhibited in Springfieldat attractive prices on Parade atJ G Mansfields Nothing succeeds like success and the highest compliment to excellence is an attempt at imi t on Seventeen years before you seventeen years in the market with you in mind to please seventeen years experience in buy ing at right prices These are our credentials your patron age which we Respectfully solicit Call and see the variety of gems in hats suits and skirts we have plucked from all the best mark ets including New York Chica go St Louis and Indianapolis J G MANSFIELD Fox Sale v A nice new Groom J4 story pottage with huge hall varanda f back porch and all necessao outhouses contaning nearly two j acres splendid garden grass ot well water well fenced 10 cajted on Perry ville pike neartt High School Ql also ocr a small farm of nearly 15 acres good land with nice new 4 room cottage aud necessary out houses lcctedon- Pryvile pike It miles from Springfield For further par ticularsterm pries c address wP LAWRENCE C SSprinfie1d Ky NoticeISAl1 persons haying claim against the estate of he late Alfred Benhant will present the same to me properly provep on tolmytolI his Springfiel or before said date onI JAMES A BENHAN Admr r if Alfred Beuham r jj2 I llijj iii ijiWljiiiji WJIWiiWiww Vi W I3NOW RECEIVING 1 1 tiit S dud SILKS s BeautiMColdrings inOutingFlann1 t J and EJannellcttes sUitable lor Vrap tpers Kimonas Gowns etc i t r I We carry the Famous Brand Merocle t andChildren fl tg Hosiery i s J tto lS our swell line of Ladies Readyto wear Hats 100 to 815 each Nothing tlike them ever shown here hefoie j f 3 Great show of Ladies Suits Cloaks E i and CraveAette Coats IN A FEW fi 5 DAYS WAIT V I IIRobertsonfi BIOS it t ri t q m ig l = rlJOiN SHUCK MCELROY f 0 d WninTb1f i j McLIiWhaptoiit sj1 Insurance Real Estate Agelsyt Fire Life and Tornado Isurace r Ii Land SoId on Sonjinissicn t Office over Peoples Bank t Phone 42 8 The Big MOlley Maker foj log Raisers W Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 N lIs has stood the severest tests and in all cases can upon bemm = DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIEw Wt en this fed as pre I VejitiVe this Full particulars regard most ivaluable for every hog rairand FREE had for the a tlbcan 1250 half cans 250 sfis and oOc per package 1 tftfJ 20th Century Poultry Food 11tf IIIbm t 2Sibba 35Oi25c per package I1 Dr Jos Haas live Stock Remedy j jFrflrscs Cattle heep iAs its name Implies this REMEDY not 4od and it is un Mm 0 Iiequalled for correcting the common dlsordersinborses sheep as Well as many of the more seriousi complaints A splendid t i conditioner and growth promoter and sure from h disease 08 AND 23c PER PACKAGE t 1 FOR SALE R i io 1 McLURE WELL CALL SPRINGFIELD KY 1 a EE wkWktiWiJViw The Best is the Cheapest And There None betterThant THE PAGE WOVEN WIRE FFNCII jf A Fence for eveiy Purposes i ItWill turn anything and be run over any kind f All Sizes and AsortmsnS I 3 Jrround Burns McClure Sr ill fief 11H11 Pop Sale Having decided to retire from the milling business I will offer for sale my property consisting Flour Corn Hcminy Feed I lIalsQ my residence and about even acres of land This is one of the best stands ia the county haying both water and steam power For particulars on or address S OVArARDALE4Lits Ky i I jri fir Site j f Ihaye for sale from 100 to 130 acres of the farmi known ca thi Joe Clark farni situatedi neAr Hillsboro Washington c untyl Contains about twenty acrest tobacco land nda fiiw lOcust grove cwtaitting frcia loclMtpoMI t pike Will ltaks 11350 per acre For further particulars applrtp Z Pa LEC JAN 4 Remedy Is a J Ii 1111 Insurance Proposition in- Dri Hugology a book a copy of which may be at our store asking S650 e Etc a a cattleand a preventive 0100 CIRCULARS i f is I can f f further call Haas book tiR and n Wearc i ngiEfoict most use ful appliances ever invented for the farmer The Ainerican Clover Buuchei for J handling clover is mae to fit any make or size of mower It leaves tlio material in neat bunches and does I not twist i nfl JfPQit inrall sorts of shapes Encsign ad ditional materialf aiI laa4d I ntlionrHayEtibfi to pay Ifqrl Buiactier palr 1rsee iit at ourtoreM- CCLWnkWXLALS r p1 PlP2 Li IftHILtEIMEJE8 SOIStk KIE HUI 1WIIKS- Lexii KYry Otr1Q1the at0l 14 a fall rckQf Fruit and omItree iQfri t MA itFri8kibS 44UJJbh glot the Orchard Lawn and Carder XfescljjptlvP cita teupijpu I 1lm Cir d- r r 1 7 1W TIr IIDelinqilent List J Y rSf r Washington NAME irptyTtk s REMARKS L r j Weakky Wa Fu l Insolvent ilB George f I Insolvent Weekly Ifw 1 Insolvent WeekJyf John Jr 1 Insolvent SPRINGFIELD Ut 8 Roofie NIck 1 Insolvent BenHiagton Hal J Insolvent r Barracks Dolph 1 Insolvent J t ClewenU W P Jr 1 Insolvent Carrico Fred y 1 Insolvent Curry Oscar 14501 No property found Green Gkas 1 LetStatejGartlawJ Peter a Left county f Graat Alex 1 Left State Hcd John 1 Left Statet hHkktrh t Harris Xobert 1 Insolvent Rays iay 2 1 Insolvent L 3dies BG 1 Left State J r JoaetBL 1 Left s itc Laakfor4R H 1 Insolvent Lachaa THm 1 Insolvent MPberaon John 1 Insolvent McPherson Logan Sl Insolvent McPlierson Will Vl Insolvent McPherson Kent 1 1nolentP- daveyWlllIam 1 Insolvent P avey Iryin 1 Insolvent f Redel John 1 Left Cor81tlll Henry li 1 Insolvent Slrnvs Will 1 Insolvent nISlHapson 1 Insolvent Tkovpabn Henry 80 1 LettCo Tbosapson Geo Tpo i r Insolvent Tbppson John H 90 1 Insolvent Tbofflpson J L LJ 40 1 Insohent You iWm 1 Listed twice p YankeytLud l Insolvent 0 1 Insolvent JftItlsTikiH President Ben Franklin of the I hurley Tobacco Growers Ass c ition has held a number of Very successful meetings in the c jffnty during the past week for t Ie purpose of presenting the new plans of the Association to 0tho growers of the weed H t reports much enthusiasm and 3 ys that iit iis noV practically a sured that this county will lake all the stock apportioned to L iiV and that at least serentyfiv percent of the tobacco produced tithe county will be handled by the Association The far- mters Washington have already tiken 2000 worth of stock and other counties are coming to the f ont in a manner that betolens oJthe success of the movement Anderson News 0Aniass convention of tobacco growers of Woodford county was held Saturday afternoon at the court house in Versailles and the result of the meeting was very encouraging to the growers Stirring addresses were made by J W Newman and DrJ D Neet Of the 20000 of stock in the Burley Tobacco Growers J Z Asociation which has been as sgned to Woodford county nearly 8000 were subscribed at this meeting and a considerable portion of the tobacco in tjiis county was pledged to the Asso ciation CO Sullivan presided over the meeting 9t allarsllvl Hiner Beam colored was shot I Saturday lat at the colored Pith by Nelson Fuhrman also color ed of Fairfield The ball struck t Beam in the leg and though the wound is a painful one it is thought it will soon heal The cause of the shooting will not be rightly known before the trial Qatside of this shobting for which the authorities of the fair are in no way to blame thee order on the grounds was all that could be desired and Uncle INDIGESTION 40Iwu trMhlttt with stem Mk trombU Thedtorta Black Dnagfat dill me Ore good la SB WMk tkaiime doe tot Hwdiciae I took U a y arMg SABAH Eo feniRFlKLDEHetUTillc lad Thedfords Black Draught quickly invigorates the tion of the stomach and cores eve chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draacht occa sionally you will keep your perficteoditioa THEDfORD5 IARDRAUMT More skkaeM isi caused by ntipfttioa than by any s1isc leue Tbedfords BUckDrauf not only re fj JtipationbutcurcsjivrN 0tebowels rcgpilar uJ IInn sell v tt pckagei ThJfrls Black 1UcdicWN MRSJYwry X C Qt15TIP4TI4 L SPRINGFIELD NO 10 Bradley RO 1 Dead CranieGK 1 Insolvent kr4LY SHOP Brown J H Jr4 41 Insolvent Cutsinger Jams i 1 l Insolvent Hayden Lee 1 insolvent Hall Joe 1 Insolvent Jonea Vi1li J Insolvent Montgomery JbTini 1 Insolvent Montgomery Sam i J Insolvent Montgomery lijp i- Bnrnett i Insolvent BRUSH GROVES JasJr I i 1 Insolvent Bishop Jas R 1 1 Insolyent- Bishop II TJL 1 Insolvent Burkhcad Chas 4 1 Insolvent Cumley Thos l 1 Insolvent Cutsinger John M 1 Insolvent Cheser Joseph i Insolvent Cheser Jessie t 11 Insolvent i Cutsinger Mar inwJ 1 Insolvent Case Ben 1 Insolvent Gheser George R r t Insolvent Cheser James DJ 1 Insolvent Divine Silas k 1 insolvent Edmonson Alex i Insolvent itHaydon t Hendrix Wm 1 Insolvent Hhrdin Miles 1 InsoFvent Hard in John ct 1 Insolvent Keeling Jas R JLi l Insolvent Keeling Elijah A 1 Insolvent Nix James 1 i if 1 Insolvent Piujcston B SooIft 1 Insolvent Phillips Gid i Insolvent F Trent Lawrelic 1 Insolvent Tingle Jt F 1 Insolvent Young Ben F4 1 Insolvent WILLISBURG i Burns John I 1 Not found Gibson Peter jtt 1 Insolvent Montgomery lI nryl Insolvent Merritt George 1 Insolvent Reynolds J W 1 Insolvent SUtton William 1 Insolvent Sjiith Hartford 1 Insolvent Sutton John T 1 Insolvent Jarvis Wilson th President is justly proud and is receiving the compliments of his friends both white and black Record ll Cared at Brihls DISeaSe J GeoA She man Lisbon Re Mill Lawrence Co N Y writes I had kidney disea e for many years and had been treatec by physicians for 12 years had ta ten a well known kiancy medicine and other remedies that were recommended but pot no relief until I began usin Foleys Kidney Cure The first balfboMJe rejieyed me and four me of this ter riL1 began taljin I had to make water bottleSiavecured 0Ie day and night i brickdusi sflb st n l have died if I ad not tak m Foleyj Kidney Cure Sold by Wood Gampo1 11 ON THlE INCREASE ItWORLDS FAIR TRAVEL GETtlNG HEAVIER While the volumeof travel to St Loui on account of the i Worlds Fair has not quite come up to the expectations of the Worlds Fair management or the railroads ill las been as large as was expecled ail thrngs con sidered tf 0The banner mpnths so far as willbelSQptem her anu duiing these three months thei admissions vill un doubedly iqual if nof surpass the entire umber registered up t August 34tst inclusive It is certainly a big grand show and one that no person with the means should miss Uis the opportunity of a life time in an educational way and one that will be taken advantage of by the great tbajority otihe people of America ibefore its close It is an attraction That all Americans are proud of and justly so On account of its unexcelled train service both as regards equipment acd accommodation the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway better known as the Henderson Ijtoute hascarried the majority oft Kentuckions to St Louis and have beyond a doubt been more instrumental in contributing tothesuccess of the Fair tthan rny other railroad ia this ttrritoiy The Hencerson Route is justly entitled 1011 the praise that is being sbowCJed on them as their train service is unqtietionably the finest operated in or out of Kentucky abd their schedule jif trains is mora nearly maintained than on them j rity of rpad Fo mfbrt in travel and for the best ace mtnodjitions and safest train schedules theres but j one thing to at all times keeu in raidd get ite Henderson Roul- ehabitand request tntsWuiing in Durehasipa your tjcl es r t WsLUNainG4 r i Eyerything iis in the name when it comes to ytfcb Hazel Salve EC DeWitt Idof Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a pecific for pIes For blind bleeding itching cotsltarnsDeWitt Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ak for DeWttt s the genuine Sold by all druggists FOliOYfAtDiHs SUioer Ptate IIIISpoons t that J 11r stamped III 1847 tar1 JPiecesI ROGERS BROS I always combine Ih8 desirable features of silver pateartistIc designs highest grade of plate Remember the stamp of the genuine Rogers Sold by leading dealers Send for Catalogue CV to the makers t International Sliver Meriden Conn Children Burned To Death About 3 ocroek yesterday morning Mr Jesse Sapp whq lives near the Taylor county line in Adair county was awakened byJiis house being on fire and he and his wife were barely able to escape with their lives by crawling out thrOugh the windpw They were both badly burIed in their attempt to get to the room in which their five daugh ters were sleeping but were driven back by the ilames which consumed the hildren rand the entire contents of the house Tflwo of the girls were grown and it is believed they wereall over come by the smpke Before they Were aXvakened- A son and two hired men were sleeping in a room upstairs and escaped by jumping from the window The fire is thought to lave origiratedfron the kitchen stove Falcon Yoa canrot cure plies by external application Any remedy to be ellccl lye must fac applied inside right at the sent of the trouble ManZan is put up in a cullapsible tube vith a no zltso that it reaches inside and applies the remedy where it is most needed ManZan strengtheiifl the blood vessels and ncryes so that piles are impossible ManZau relieves the pain almost instantly henls soothes cools and cures Sold by Hayclons Pharmacy 4toTlio ttnnsuuc Tale dish was prized for rts oddity rrr Jiy or costliness Mighty curious read 1111 the accounts that conic dovn b us of the g eat Itomun spreads such ns that which Icnlulus Jn on his ejection to the olllce of Hainen or that With which JTnsIdlciius ihpckcd Horace and his friends The nuims on t ieseoecasloh3 would strike terror to the luaVrt cf ti nioJcrn innltre dhotol oir chif de cuisine What would bethought ofuMlsli of echini or sea hedgehogs of thrushes served up znI asparagus mid a fatted lIen for course No lof haunches of wild venison and bcccallcos fig peckers Cnrruca hortensls for the second of a soWs udder a wild boars cheek a ragout of fish ducks Jiares boiled teal capers funncnty nUll LMcentian bread for the tlilrdAll the Year Round Marvr1nuty Condensed A lawyer ut the good old southern ype had JugucdCfor three conrt days Without pause Ills brier was master piece of elassicsij learning sitU jegal erudition but it was tiresome Major jsigsjto said the weaned Judgo at last without wishing to lull mato In any way that the court would not be delighted to listen to your whole argument must suggest that the docket Is adnicwhat crpwdcd Ind that It you could condense a little It might help your clients cause The attorney smiled his aeknowlcdg mont Yo honoh he ctc1nlnllUthe thought was In my mind when I pro pared my argument Sub fob the next to days my brief Is a pehfect caabycl of condensation TOY GARDENING It lm of AU Sorts the Moat Pltlfvl a14 RIdiculous Our counsel Is to avoid nil mimicry gardening as we would avoid it In speech or In gait Sometimes we do not mind being repetitious In gar rtenjng we snUnlwost the only thing which costs unduly In money or in mortification Is for one to try to give himself somebody elses garden One of the reasons worglve against t Is that it lends to toy gardening au4 toy gardening Is oT all sorts the uiost pitiful and ridicnfous No true art we say can tolerate any tuuke be lieve whIch is not in some way liner than the reality it simulates In other words imitation should always be ila the nature of nil njuiable condescen slon Wbafcver falseness pretension or even mere frailty orsmallness suggests to the eye the iucffectuallty of a toy Is out of place lu nny sort olgnr dening We do uot actually speak nil this but weimply It and we often find that the mere utterance of the words toy gardening a magical effect to suggest all the rest and to oefIwhelm with contrition the bad atItelUltexorcism joints of sewer pipe crested with scarlet geraniums rows of white cobbles along the walk or drive like n cannibals skulls around his hut purple paint kegs of petunias on the scanty doorsteps crimson wash kettles of verbenas anthill rockerlesT and well sweeps anti curbs where no welFs are go modestly and forever Into oblivion G W Cable In Scrlbners FIRST PIANO MAKER Two Specimens of Crldoforl Wet Still Iii Existence- It was a harpsichord makr Crlsto fori in the employ of the Duke of TU4 cany who In 1711 male the first suc cessful piano As curator of Ferdinand de Medici no hud a splendid collection of Belgian French and Italian instru ments to took after and this undoubtedly aided him though the model was so crude that the Inventor could never have dreamed a monument would ever be erected In his memory There are only two grand pianofortes of Crlsto forl In existence One decorated in gold and Chinese figures la in Florence and the other is b the CrosbyHrown collection In the Metropolitan Museum of Art Three documents attest the authenticity of this last Instrument which yras our ciased from Signor Diego Martelli Xrom this feeble beginning a long list of names could tie mentioned of men who helped perfect the piano lint fac tories alone could never have achieved LrtU080Sdered live pianos for his palace where they can be seep at the present dayj Marie Antoinette was a patron of the art and Clement In England and Mo zartln Germany Introduced the Instru ments so it binraaio a part of life It uns in Pleyels concert room that Cho pin played nut our later firms have brought out n long list of artists Jo seffy Paderewski and otbersHouse keeper lncur and Tartar Tartar Is a word Which gives an illustration of etymology gone astray Tub name Tatar as It Is correctly spelled Is really derived frouin Turn nian root meaning to stretch and hence to draw the bow or to pitch tents But when the hordes of Tatars burst upon eastern Europe from Asiatic stcpici4n the thltecutl cen tury the minds of studentis turned to the ninth chapter of Hevejatlon Time Iatnr Invasion was intcnireled ns n ful fillment of time prediction 6t the open Ing of the bottomless pit jv contcinpo rary chronicler writes Of this detest aWe satanie people issuing forth like demons Jrt loose roui Tartarus so that they arm fitly nauud Tartarl Thus the misconception toOk root t l Five Llon Heads cut from Lion Coffee and a 2 cent atamp entitle you in addition to ithe regular free premiums to m one vote The 2 cent stfimp cov era our to you II that your is recorded W You can send as many esti mates as desired FAMOUS BATTLE SONGS Two Instance WbCre Jthe Tide Was Turned l r Slnslnjr Them There are two Instances on record of a battle being won by aj war song In the filth century Gertnatius 6lshop of uxerre and Lupus bishop of Troyea were sent lito Britain f to refute tho doctrines of Pelagius During their stay In this island the Picta and Scots hearing that the Koanjn llogfou had been withdrawn comnjiencctl hostili ties and hOve the Britons from tin northern to the more southern parts of time island Germnnus ht the request of tlie hard pressed islaqdcrs let them against the Plots and Scots who had advanced as far as Mold lit Flintshire The bishop having been a military commander in his youth placed his men In an position sud then started one of the songn flf the church This song begun at the com mencement of the battle and so vocif erousl did the Briton sing the re the hills ech oing with the sound terHflcd their en einlcs and caused them to flee In all di rections This was called the halleJu lah victory The lUte is fixed by tjl hlstorjuns at A D 429 The second Instance occurred on the GUt of November 1792 when tin French under Dumourlra oncountorcj the Austrluns at Jommapos In IJelg urn The day was going dead aguinsi the French when Duuibm ex run out PUriwlllalsetook up the chorus and inspired ib the magic of the battle scng tin French rallied and fell so Itirlously upon time Austrians that the tide of battle was completely turned mid vie tory given for defeat Pearsons eek ly bread he eats Is black 1ms n bqn boucho to addk to his meal much sought by epicures In the western world wild mushrooms which gr w thou sands upon thousands oil the steppes of Russia At may time a full and sa vory meal Is provided with flic addi tion of sausage and onions even a mushroom often lcontents tlIkmfor a meal with their coarse rye bread The poorest laborer lies also a juxtfrfaug drink always available iron the ever present samovar and the tea they drink would bo the envy of ny Aiiicr lean connoisseur of thuf beverage for the best of Ulnas teuhf found 5u Russia and all clashes enjoy its quality and fragrance sever Is water al lowed to stand on the tea oycr a few moments so none of the poisonous tannlh Is extracted and a mildly slim ulating straw coloroi drink Is 1hcir suit It would be well If the Rijsslan peasant would content himself jvlth this for his only great vice Is drunk cuuoss Social Service XeW Years Superstitions 0Time following superstitions in ccn necllon with New Years ar still o lievtsl in various ports of England Ireland Scotland and W1hsOt New Years inofulug go to ii well or foun tain and Ieuve an apple cud nosegay and thr water will keep fresh and be mote wholesome nil theyearl If u darU complesloued l man crosses your thresh old fIrst on Sew Years day you will hi prosperous If a blond unlucky and If a redheaded ninii dire disaster will sure follow Before Ibckliig the door for tne night on New Years eve place n gold coin neir It and let It remain there until the church bells ring the icxt morning and jjon will have pcp ty of money all that year So strong S time belief In this hist adage fu shim places tlist lark complcxioncd men are paid a small gratuity to 1l1tamely and tvaiisfl through time Crntfioor qf tlie house enteringt by time back door auJ iCavlutj 13 tho front toi TrampIIon stly sIr I dont know where my t Is ooniin from JlUzen gruliyiXoirwr do n IItt Is prtqilr ti iP 0111 11t 5000000CASH LION COFFEEAddition Regular Free How YOUfrh PjeasflufIIie I Like ex like This II Wi Hive Awirdid 2000000 Packages acknowledgment advantageous frnlnJInleluInhtjhnt Grind First Prlzi if 500000 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on bothour Worlds Fair and Preal deatlal Vote Cbateits We also offer SJ00000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars in each case of Lion Cone urrnleYoung afatron with theories on the care of children to nurse Javu Nurse YCSSUIltYoung MatrtnAYhtm the baby hits finished his bottle lay him la the cradle on his right side After eat ing rt child should always He on the right side that reltcves the pressure on the heart Still reflectively the IJver is On the right side perhaps after all you had better lay him on the left side No I am sure time treatise on Infant Cvjestlon said right side On the whole Taue you may lay tIme baby on liis back until have looked up the matter more thoroughly The Only Obligation A1 story that come from a country region not far from New York concerns a native vo was scon stolidly plow Ing a Held with a team of weary and dejected horses As they approached the observer of rural life remarked sympathetically that the horses u didnt seem to hike the work Urn commented tie fanner briefly they dont have to like it They only have to d6 ItLIurpcrS Weekly Pair of Vlnlntia See herp exclaimed the angry Ind II wish you would muzzle that dog of yours nt night His barking beeps iny bllh I itImiiTzWS your baby rejoined the neigh bor Vlllsiiightly howling nmmnoysrny dog4t LouIs Uepublic Xo Common Hired Hand Agent of Apartment IIlommseVbefl- can you gc to work Dignified Pcrsor who has4jceptcd posltioft us janitor of building Ivan enter upon time du ties ofmmiy oilicc at once sir Jhicagc rribunc Pfl000flLmIendntIofl Mrs DnrvVbyd you have Mr inbb to sou for onShe is not a gdod ilrc4tnaker MrsI Cawkcr kjiow that hut sue know nil tIme gossip til the coiuunmLy Loiiilon TitBits the jury room vriieii they gave in ana wc brcnglU In a verdict Of Not guilty and then 1 Wjia rcauy to stab myself with spite What ab ut Cause the nipb bad hanged the pris oner on the vcry first day we were locked upV Enjoy AVlint Ton Can Tobe soured by poverty or tobc hardened by it Is a mfstnlcnn eiTor of thought Instead of enjoying our life we njrecrair Ing ourselves It Is as If we wefc ctJtll feast and sulkily re fused to enjoy a few dishes because we could not reach everything on the table and make ourselves sick like foolish childccu that we arc Bliss Carman Gunrtllncr the Mouth Remember the dlsgyst which oyor spreads tha faces in a railroad car when a woman was seen to give her poodle a drink from the public drink lug glass Xo one else ttouched ItSlur lug that trip butIt is more dangerous and not less ilisgiistlug to drink after human beings than adogt Fortunately most disease rqriiH dlo enslly and It Js chleflj by the julte direct means of contact Just suggested that the eoii taglous dlseasps pass from one to nn t1leIcePttlmtbcloumight r1 JI = cir diphtheria patient mind run no chance of cafbliing the disease Disease germs do not fly about seeking whom they may devour The matter of protection ls largely in cur own liuujs Good Housekeeping A Hint Borcm 11 p inYes Im n perfect martyr to iiS6umla Ive tried every thiiig I over heard of but I shnply fflnt got to sleep nt night M lsa Cut ting Suppressing n yawn Did you ever try talking to yourself after going to bed r l In to the Premiums Would Check estimate II2139peopleIt Presidential Vote Contest 11 What will e the total popular yott cast for President votes for all caR didates combined at the election November 8 1904 In 1900 election 139596S3 people voted for President For nearest correctesti 0mates received in Woolson Spice Cpm panys office Toledo 0 on or before November 5 1904 we wilt give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize 2l1 Second Prize t 00OOjj2 Prtzes500OO qacli 6 Prizes 20OOO- 1O Prlzes100OOiooooo20 Prizes 5000 100000 50 Prizes 2000 IOOOOO 250 Prizes 1000It J 250000 1800 Prizes 6OO 900000 213OPBiZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO How Would Your Name Lookon One of These Everybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with it you convinced there is no other such value for the money Then you will take no otherand that s why Checksrr we arc usIngo1r advertising money so that boUt of usyou as well awewill get a benefit Hence for WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package of LION COFFEEWOOLioN SPICE CO CONTEST DEPTITOLEDO OHIO JL triT1 IJ USIII Agetab1ePrcparationforAssimilatirig IingiItc5tunachsandBoelsofPromotes ess and RestContains neither OpiumMorphine nor fincra- lNOTJARC r QTIC I 1ii liSUlllELPrrNEIl1 s Jia rronsiipm1ion Worms Convulsions feverish nessandLOSSOF SLEEP FacSimile SignaiureoF NEW YORK tfa months old j Dosis 5i MS JX cory OF WRAPEER = Commissioners Sale Iccrge Qoatey Admr etc PlITd i va Equity Olbftvie Gdatlay etc Di ftsjj er anhl1ordfi1terthereof l cause I shall proceed tQ offer fprSale1 at the CourtHouse door in SJi ring neluiKyon MONDAY SEPT 26 1904 utbcii r bidder at public auction liptJn a credit of 6 and 12 months the folio w iijg described property loiwit Accrtuiti tractor parcell of land lying and being ifr Wjffeh ington county fCy sitntedon the Moorebville and Cooker piko arc bounded on the north by the lands of John A Tucker on the cast by the lands pf Jeff 5mith cm dip west by tho county dirt fipad No 7 and on the sputh by the Eo lesville and Buokor turn pike containing 15 acres morel l ssI 0I0Fr the purchase price the purcbas t er or purchasers mus executi bonds bearing legal interest from date ileuntil paid hid having the for erstl1lJcwith thtmse terms f M G LEc1IzAwN C W C d jt t FREEtt I RECLI JNG I CHAIR CARS Pullman it ObSerTatiou4i1 t jt Parlor Gars Dining Cara x and Sleepers On the Popular HENIJfrlSN ROUTE Between IJOUISVILLE rp tOtJIS0 the TESl and SOUTkWESTt- Ijt you want to travel on b f the lI Solid COrn fort line pt the Eenderson r eaiJit1tR agood habit 4 acquire Ask tho agert fo this fouing when purchasing j our ticket Ji1IAYI L pan uter Allet JrarPasstnfrAcnt LOUISVILLE KY = DeWittIr you eo tb buy Witch Hazel Save faeWltfi Witch Hazell Silro Is the orIginal arid only eemilre In fact DeWKtsIs tha only Witch flazel Salve that is nude from tha unadu- lteratedWitchHazel All others are terftsl7delml tations cheap Sad worthless eren daiueerous DeWltfs Witch Hazel Sahra 0Is a specific for Plies fund Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles AlsoCuts Bums Bruises Sprains Lacaratlons Contusions Bolls Carbuncles Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum and all other Skin Diseases a 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