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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Niii EA I ii I4lf i fr 4 JL i tt TeHew Series Vol XI No 38 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 29 1904r 1 Joo1 YEAh J t 1 EMBALMERSFGO B Carry in tock = all kind of Fanera inpptie f j PHONE 531j w 4 OUR DIRECTORY J SPRINGFIELD county seat of V7asningtbtt County 52 miles south tastlot uexinsibn 59 miles from ouv1cfl Bartown branch of As Lout v le asd Nashville railroad in t ajrminR and agricultural district Oh Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour nulls lumber T yards Pdpuatiori 1100 population of county 15000 t Representative in Congress Hon 13 fI Smith HodgenvilleKy Representative in Keutuclty Legis lature Hon W IL ClaybroOke Representative ifi State Senate H- onqnebaflOfl Ky Ciounty flirectoryt ty CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in iebaryjMaY and OctoO on bar R Lv prrlian Commonwealth At offoraey FM Campbeli Clerk SA G Leachinan Master Commiss oacr h Q ARrERLY COURT Q artcdyCourt 1 held pi the third r l ondayin cac month I BI Iitsey Judge a COUNTY1 CdnK3t County Cvirt meets on the fourth Monday in e ch mouth o B L Litsey Judge W FBooker County Clerk TSMayeSj County JSttorney George Catlet Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham Sidney Osbdrne aRHEd Masters 1 v James F Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor 4 0 P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe TreasureraJ M Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Supt of Common Scb09lsP 0 Springfield 1lCIT3 COURT in R Noe Police Judge tiJoirir rw FS Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICECOURT JitteCourts are h4d in January Aprfl4July ad October r- t Chdi hDirectoryT k 010METHQDI CHURCHfc RevJ D War Pastor Services on the First and Third Sundays in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun dycliOOl every Sunday at 10 1m prayermeetingcvcWY night CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev PF Hennessay Pastor Ser be vices verySunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Scrvicesat St Rose same hours f Rev CHRISTIAN Felix CHURCHtty iccond and fourth Sunday ia each ntlt1Im0CHURCH tReVPreaching every Sunday at 11 am1 iandi r Hevery4 BAPTIST CHURCH Rev WmHarrisonlfilHams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 a m and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Fraternal Ordeas MASOKIC LoDGE Springfleid lodge Uoi SO meets first and third Mouday in ach month- Washington R TA Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets oi t1at c erv ipurthMonday KNIGHTS of THK MACAOEES Meet ft f Ht T KJCSA HC2cbnon 4 SSSSS SSSS I rAMERICAN f i I SILVER l TRUSS IRetalni Severeiti1 Iiwkc1it p 1 No Zaiy Hips c opr to or CHTIII f Uevsr aons i IlJrThat awlul frinding scabbing pain iie b h dIi Ion tbi kidneys A dqie of Pineal 3 will cure it over jteht Firie des is a new dlBcovery f tup i a new way A delightful emili aid ijpesltic for all Kidney 4biaddcr iroublec QUby Hay 4 9g PhilQLaC r A R6UND Of TALKl BeRets of1 Billville Te tbeyjreIAn they aint no bill ollector for to blast you with a Hip There homeinade fmil1nery With- 1jeit a atriig or twb Of ribbpn round the fttmpled cheekss wh re roses bloom for you The bonnets down 3t Billville theyre l candid like and plain As the mssage of the sunshine that l shimmers in the fain No foltow inoffa8hion but framin faces sw et a dream of that fair country where the Easter geJs meet bonnets bright ot Billville we love forthegra bhafiippleswreathed meetin place But more than all we loye you for the faces sweet an fair That light the world hikalieaventiIl heaven seems drcamin thererAtlanta Constitution nOM THE FlAiiLrSpring r field and Washington conn have sent theini quota of visitors to the St L6uis Fair and are expect lig to go later Those who lave been so i fortunate as to see the wonderst the great show are busy tell ing their friends abouJ it A lady who is not of this placeb wever is quoted as describing her trip as follows 44Oh but I had ja perfectly beautiful time I contrived there at 930 and look cabby to the hojhjl It was Ob converted you knou f We stopped at a house where we rode tour rooms in a refrigerator arid Sulj electric lights I did not have any appetite and could not get a single thing I could realize Honestly when got home I wus t st an individual t OAD WORKING The roadf working season is aifliandt nd the contractors on thevac rious turnpikes tjirdughout thee county have men at work epairbb ing and ditching pbe bad places the roads Ehe appropria ons this year fnj road purposes are fairly liberaif iand should if expended judicioiisly make a great improvement in som of the roads which have been al lowed to run doyn very much he outofdatejl methods howp ever which are psed makes the matter of furnishing material lly r road repaintag expensive themoneicQisequentlydoesn9t county was provided with modern road working miichinery The cost of furnJshing crushed stone for the roads wpUjld for instance greatly rechicd if a tsteam rock crushercoulli be provided The matter of buying one or more rock crushes for the coun has been undet consideration for some time by the county I agistrat ana ift is to be hopedP that the financjial cO 1d he county will be considered sufficiently strong to jjustify an investment in a ciiusher at leastb l41f IX IeTIe was well illustrated here on last Monday It takbsa very strong attraction to keep the Coplet away from Springfield on County Court Day They will conic laiu or shine for he weather no matter how severe rarely effects the crowc But on Monday the big circus of Fojr paugh Sells Bcos was announced to appear Lebanon andthe attraction proved too great ttfbe resisted People frjsm the county began paSsing through this town by daylight all he ded for Lebanon and tfje show Not only thatbut a large crowd of town people left theirbusiness and pulled but for the circus The crowd was i record break r What Js Lifo In thelast iaLalysis nobody knows hut w6 do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular livitfg means derange ment of the organs resulting iin constipation lieadachel or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life PilIsquicldyi readjusts this ts gentle yet thorough Only 25c at C J H ydcnt Drugstore FM YiKlWEYCURE pWff s KMMy MHl llwMM IIIlt M The Law Requiring School lD Attendance Ie That every Jp rent guardian or other person in the State of Kentucky having control of any child or children between the ages of seven and fourteen years Ltll her q urred toi send such child or children anaualiy at t least eight weeks pf which atctendance shall be consecutive to ssme public or private day or night school for children Prodvided however That this act shall not apply in any case jbemgj as are taught in public schools for a like periodof time ltd subject to the same examina tions as other pupils of the dis trlctor city in which the child or whos9 physical or mental condition renders his or her attendance impracticable or who is excused by the trustees of th6 district or board of educa tion ofthe ciIyiri which the parent guardian or person havec ing control was not able by a onof poverty to clothe such child or that he or sIte has al ready acquired ordinary branchesrequired by law dr that there is no white school in the ase of white childreq or colored school in the case of colored children taught within two miles by the nearest traveled road Fearful Odds ARa1nst Bedridden alone and destitute uch in brief was the condition Of an old soldier by nameof J J Bavens Versailles 6 POtJ many years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doc tors or medicine gaye him re lief At ngthbe tried Elec i ic Bitters Itput him on his iit short order and now he testifies1TmTbn the road to- ompiete recovery Best oi- arthfor liver and kidney trOUt les and all farms of stomach Jand- bowel complaints Only the GuaranieeJ by CJ Haj den Druggist J vSoorSiopli When the quantity of food takoji is tooldrge or the quality too rich sour stomach is likely to follow and es danv if the dfestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slovIand not too freely of easily digested o food Masticate the food t thoroughly Let fie hourselapse between meals Iiwei Ii i theI sour stomach will be avoided For sale by Haydons drugstore LAND Aim 8TOGKSLEa i On the premise the farm known as the Warn place iles north of SpringOeldr in t1e- leasant Grove neighborliood J will sell att public sale on TUESDAY OCTOBER 4th t ginning at 1 pmt the farm containing 137 acres onehalf in cultivation and the balance in rttss PJace has on it a good six room brick dwelling and allJ necessary outbuildings It hasI good orchard and the place is well watered Farm contains some goad tobaccoland and is a very desirable farm convenient to school ami church Iwill also atthe same time and place sell the fcllowing Two good wont m resone pair 2 lyear old hor mules onottwo year old mare oue yearling horsoone suckling horce1o1t 2 Shorthoin cows 2 weanling calves1istoek hogs sow anti 8 pigs 50 No 1 good stock ewes one buck About 500 bushels of corn some baled hay and straw one two horse wajrpn one break hg plow and other farming imj plenients TERMS OF SALEFOrtle farmii reasonable terms and WIn be armounced on day of sa e On personal property a six months credit with good bankable note riwilr 10 and dver Under that amount cash W A THOMPSON t 1When trotiblcd with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or othcr tnpleas 5nutctrugtore flection Officers The County Board of Election Commissioners for Washington County Ky ail three members being present met at the office of Byron Croake Sheriff of Washington county and ex officio member of Countj Board of El ection Commissioners on Tues forltheforl the several and respective per tnct of said Washington county Ky Tbe following officers were appointed for the several pre ucts as1 provided by law FREDERTCKSTOWN No Judges Frank Keene D C R Filiaireau R Clerk Joe Connor D Sheriff Miles Kelty R MooREsyiLLE No 2 Judges Bruce Williams D J W Hayes R Clerk Wallace Seay R Sheriff oeHayesD WiLLiSBURG No 3 Judges 1gateSheriff Walter Brawley R NORTH No 4 Judges Cha GibsOn J Geo Scrognam Sr R Clerk Joe Birkhead R Sheriff T P Graham D HENDREN No 5 Judges W H Litteral D W S Colym R Clerk W L Graham D Sheriff JACoultSr R- MACICVITJLE No Judges JI A Hilton D W F Bottoms R Clerk Matt Wycoff D Sheriff Jeff Matherly R PoTTSviLLE No7Judges Geo Sparrow R Chas Brady Dj Clerk Chas Coyle R ShViffR L Arnold D SPRINGFIELD No 8 Judges vV P Clemen t W F Neiirk R Clerk F R Neale Sheriff ohn Waters SPRmcPiELb No 9 Judges J P Edelen D John Nally R Clerk Henry Waters R Sheriff S Clarksqu D SPRINGFIELD No toJudges W A Clements DE S Mayes Sr RjOIorkt C M McCbordR Sheriff J Y Mayes KELLYS SHOP No 11 Judges W Thompson D Robert Tnompson R jClerk J F GregJ ory D Sheriff W E SutherlandR BRVSir GR0VE To 12 Judges John Arnold D Isiab Prather R Clerk W L Keeling R Sheriff Thud Cheatham D l1o Reward S1Oi The rcade rs of this paper will b pleased to learn that there is at leas ne dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stiges and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cures the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being d constitutional disease requires a crfn stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blooa and mucous surfaces of the system thereby de- troyllig the foundation of the disease nd gling the patient strength by building up the constitution and ass isting nature in doing its work Th- eprctorshave so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred dollars for any case that It falfs to cure Send for list Of testimo nials Address F J1 Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by dnip gists 7Sc Take Halls family Pills for Constipa ioI1 BIggeStIIo1Ofl Earth A writer to the Farmers Home Journal fromLogan county says It may not be generally known that right down here in the Pennyrile has been the home until a tow days ago of the longest tallest and largeSt hog on earth I refer to my mammoth Jam worth bour that weighed orkinglOldcrII Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes IF the nerves then neuralgia nerV- ousness If th- eSarsaparilla depression stomach then dysppslai biliousness loss of appetite Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 years netuml frnn1 the Cuban War I sa a Intoalth I Sanaparlllacompletef cnred tooEULIo ran n Pa 5100 a bottla All drug1itI1or J TEn lMweII COII I Impure fflood Aid the Sarsaparilla by keeping th I towels rega with AyerS 1t e to fifteen hundred This hog yearlingIat the IPanAmer can Exposition and is a considerably larger hog thau his sire thal weighed 1160 pound John Robinsouls circus vyas here last week and I had this big hog in town show day to ibe viewed by the crowd His im mense proportions attracted the eye of John Robinson himself fYhouseOf course that meant at my own price and so he joined the circus next day at Franklin Ky to tour the south When put in a big animal cage he almost filled if BuckVen Ara Salve l Has world wide fame for mar veious ures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or i btlm orcut91cornsburns bcils sqres felon ulcers totter salt rheum feyer sores chapped i jbanrls stein eruptions infallible Isor piles Cure guaranteed Onjy i 25c at J Haydon Druggist Notice To Creditors ashi ngton Circuit Court Preston Prather Adm etc puff l vsIMartha Jane JJeddix etc Defts By virtue of an order of the Washington Circuit Court madej and entered in the abOve styled case all creditors of the estate of Sarah Francis Young are or dered to produce and file their claims against decedents before me at my office in Springffeld Ky on or before the 16th dayj of October 19Q4 properly prey en according to law M G LEAGHMAN M CW C C Thieves at fTow fair There was an influx of pick pockets at the county Fair anda number of persons suffered loss es Mr A F Dyer lost his pocket book containing about 15 aud a lot of private paperj TheI pocket book and papers were afterwards Mound on the Fair grpunds R A Monarch was robbed of 740 LA Woodyard lost bis pocketbook containing 2050 Mike Ly aDne 01 Breck inridge county was touched for20 Sylvester Metcalf of Nelson countywas robbed of a 2 watch A gentleman was held up cnv the Leitchfield road n Billys creek and robbed tWm Reid of Texas while at the FLt d his pockets picked of WOTElizabethtown News Has SoIk Pile 111 Ghmberi lns GollRll fiefflejy I havesold Chamberlain Cough Remedy for more than twenty years awl it Ihas given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of It and can recommend it highly Joseph McElhiney Linton Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take Fotsale byHayd ns drugstore Bargain A good 160 acre farm for sale On a pike and convenient to church and school Well fenced and watered Land in a high state of cultivation New resi jdence find tafrn and good tenant house Price low and payments easy For further particulars call on or address MCELROY WHAKTON Springfield Ky An Ugly Affair 4n ugly shooting scrape oc curred at the home of Joe Cus sick near the Fair Gropnds Monday night when Cussick emptied the contents fa shot Iguhat his wife inflicting several serious wounds from the effects of which the woman will lose the sightof both eyes besides ther injuries The circumstances loading up tothe shooting will not be fully known until the trial which takes place tOdlY before J udge Daugherty in the County Court Gussicks wife was a Wilson the damghterof Henry Wilson a wellknown charaqter who en joys along with his family a bad reputation and itis said that wiie1withfortunate affair CussiekSitrml resultedin nis discharge Record Dr Dados Little Liver Pills curt Liver ills jsoidty Jfaydons Pharmacy J iNrii iU mnw OfL06lLINIJR Est nnn ftnftftftftftnftftnftftftftftftftftlI CHANGED HANDS The livery stable which has been owned and operated for several months by the firm of Thompson Bob litt has been sold to Leo Hayden businesatlthecomparatively a new one and iis well equipped and has a good patjronager Mr Haydon the new ownei is a good businesS- man with many friends and it is predicted that he will prosper in his new undertaking BUILDNGThd steady build ing boom which has been goihg on all summer in and about the town seems to be rather on the increase in spite of the approach of winter whbn building operations are supposed to suspend ItI is a hard matter to secure car penters and other workmen such is the demand from builders and the lumber firms and mills are taxed to supply material Among the buildings und er way we note the following ML SeaIcy is building for the Continental Tobacco Co near the depot an immense warehouse with a ca pacity sufficiently large ta ac commodate the big handling1 erations of that concern It is expected to havethis structure finished by the time the tobacco shipping season opens Among the private residences under wayI are those of H B McElroy F R H dapp atdT A Hardesty on Davison avenue one just about finished by Miss Fannie Wall on West Main John C Shaders on Doctor street C AI Greens on Walnut street and Isaac Currys in the extreme western part of own Besides these Mr Jotin E Barber is building on the site of his old homestead on his farm a mile and a baIt below town a hand some modern brick residence TRUSTS The Anderson Newr has the following to say about the tobacco situation President Ben Franklin of Avenstoke reports fine progress in the organization of a tobacco growers association in Anderson county Over fiftyper cent of the growers have already signed the pledge and Mr Franklin feelsconfident that seventyfive- per cent will sign before the season closes The tobacco growers have the power to form- a gigantic trust in proportions and if they want to Keteven with the o her trusts which are grind inS the gizu17d out of the laboring people they ought to stick together on this tobacco question This is a day of trusts and if you dont belong to one yourself the time will soon come when you will be llet out in the cold with the bag to bold ST CATHERINE Very little is being heard about St Catherine and the plans of the management about the new buildings but the building operations are going on quietly but steadily The site of the new academy is between the old site and thq Springfield anti Bardstown ttirnpike and allarge force of men has been at work for sometime on thefoundation which is 6ejng built of stone BirdShot For Tiger No use to hunt tigers with birdshot IIt doesnt hurt th tiger any and its awfully risky for you Consumption is a tiger among diseases It is stealthy but once started it rapidly cats up the flesh and destroys tho life No use to go hunting it with ordinary food and med icine Thats only birdshot It still advhnces Good heavy charges of Scotts Emulsion win stop the advance The disease feels that Scotts Emulsion makes the body strong to resist It soothes and toughens thelung and sustains the strength until the disease wears itself put Send for free Sample cYrrBOWE aieroSt P krl St Jt 5uiuUs The brick which is to go inteo tb walls pt the new structure are being made and burned by Cdu tractor W L McClellan on thJgrounds cdjointng the building 1t si telThe organization cf the school is still kept in tact tte pupils being sent to the Holy Rosary Academy in Louisville Work on the building which will necessarily be slow as the s ruc ture will be a large and handsome saitis hardly expected the place will be ready for occupan cy for a year yet STRANGE BUGMr J C Thompson the jeweler yester ddy discovered a ferocious look ing large green bug on his place on South Main street The bug or worth whichever It is moves about exactly like 1an elephant and its body resembles in shape a sack of bologna sausage new city style The bug is about three cheslong and upon each end of its body there is a head Both heads are exrctly alike and when offered grass the nameless thing ate vpraciously the same with one mouth as the other and at times would devour the food with both mouths at the same time Itsbody was covered with myriads of bristles Its feet were perfectly distinct andre semblej the flat stubby feef oj an elephant All who saw the Jugs yit is the strangest looking living creature they eVer saw Both headsbore small horns resembling those of a 5Jexas steer but much smaller iri size of cOurse Who can name it Many ibelieve to be the Woggle Bug from the land of Oz which is noW touring the United States Anderson News AI Boys Till Riie FOI Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 38 miles to get Dr Kings New Discpyery for Consumption iGoaghs and Colds WE Brown of Leeviley lndren dured deaths agonies from aslh inn but this wonderful medicines gave instant relief and soon cured him He wrIteseel now sleep soundly every nigbt Like marvelous cures of Con sumotion Pneumonia Brdncni chilis Coughs Cold j and Grip prove its matfihless merit for all throat ahd iung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50cand 1 Vial bottles free at d J Hay don Drugstore Jas Taylor of Kendallyllle t lad was seriously diseased with kidney and bladder trouble for 20 years He tested every known remedy without unch benefit until he usd Pinenles This flew discovery cored him and Mr Taylor adviets all pereoqs suffer ine frpm kidney or bladder trouble to get aibottle bt Plneules at once J Sold by HiydoVs PharB1 acy I GjTeI U To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia Street FJvauiville lad writeS For over five years I was troubled with kldaey and bladder aflectlons which caused me much pain iud worry J loaf flesh aflLs all rundown and k year agoI had tj abandon work entirely I had three oif the best physiciaas who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foley Kidney Cure was recommended aad the first tabne great relief and after bottleI the second bottle I was entirely Sold by Wood tam tekaiEi L llll From The f Mr C Ill Bosley of the firm of Spalding Boslev undertakers went to Ohio last week where lie purchased a Span of white horses which are to be used as hears makeasjhalj lcelpaidi vul td- The campaign will be qptned in earnest by the Denkxjrats pa Monday Oct 3tl und frou that on until the election good sound Democratic doctrine will W preached throufaout Ketey Lebanon is included in tbeliK of twenty county jMaUrwbtrf proiniaent speakers win addret 1tbe voters Then mocratic CHUDitee of tht JUevtBth J0 cial Diitrfct composed of i ieo liMot Ma rion Washiirtoo Or ji and 9 T4Taylor metpursuant taacall iaj this cith last Saturday aqd deT dared JudiTh L H Thurnifn teDemocratic nominee for Circuit t Judge in the district Present IChairmanof Washington county ilrV Spalding held the proxies of Messrs Vaugh h pf Greeny and J Caldwell of T fJ9rhej ct 2f the meeting haying been c7 com lishedhe iWjourn tl Bitft die i v k i Pipilist CaiidI4at Jo A Parker leader of this iJMiddleofthe Road Porjulisls ia Kentucky has callld acOI tionin each of lout attri yenII nominate candidates for tThe meeting in our district the X Fourth iwas held in Elizabeth I town yesterday Jo has never advocated the election of a Bern ocrat but has teen on the stump in numerous campaigns for the Republicans and again enters the campaign for them Qf t course the melt who are engaged in promoting such a movement iare working band In hand with the Republicans They have no chance to win theiisetves and in their calftHey shjoV theirhand1- 3y stating that they want candii dateswho stand for Jeffersonian Democracy The scheme is plain It is to take votes from thelDe ocr ts Lebanon falcon PBLIIJSALELiy b 0 EfsHaving leased my farm for at number of years I will on the premises 4 miles froui Spting field von the Springfield and Macky He turnpikel on itBeglnnlDgL fir0tTerfir t scribed property consisting of Ji horses mules cattle bogs etc t1cMULES CAL4 HQGsf rii Ten extra good 2 yearold mules well brokeanctgood ones 2 yearling niles 1 mule otg head of heavy feeding cattle IL yearling steers heal of Polled Angus cows and calves 3 thor oughbred Polled Angus bull calves notsubect tote ist rL- extra fine registersd Polled Ans gus Bull 1 registered Syearold Polled Angus heifer G yearling heifers 4 blacks and 2 redsr 3 good Shorthorn cows t good Jersey cows all good nilk rs35 feeding hogs will weigh abqttt f lOtflbs 8 fat hogs f t HORS1SIaff One standard bred mare t6 years old extra goon road mare in Ipai 0Id1 to Alert 1 combihepmare8Yrsf ytarl old in foal to1 Sack 1 good j farm mare and brood mare in foal to Jackone 2yaroh1lly 1 I one yearold Hackney geldingl 1 yearling colt lay Onward Silver record 205 1 yearling cold by jjif NorvinW 1 weanling colt by I Norvia W One portable 10 horse power Gaar Scott Engine in first class order one lowdown Champioa IinKI 1 horse power and ROM uuttiiig box 1000 biji of cora ilDOOOt bundles of oats 15 tnat baled hay 12 tons baled straw 1b tow baled Orchard Gra flay 200 1c of wheat 75 ba fryef TERMSOn sums over HOJ negotiable note due insixnuonths tt requirpd Sums under iOcashF v IJonN F SIMMS l i For SilcPrlMsiy i JHavingTdecided i1retii tffrO4U business 1 offer f6r sle wy story business iioiiie 4x50it witJb 1 0 ft sited warerocmJuIelength also my stocic of goadi coaatstinf of Furnithrti NoUowi Groceries Stoved 4ove utea sihi Invoice 41000 itt Ice my two story dwelling Y rooou iargclmU a vUd befow iiMat house wwh bOut hen l ovJsew bsfl JcoodctftDdx Imitk I ltaerCi be Ibi ttfi lIf 1 GirA p 2csI K tI 4f Iu taI Tae MftJ le dypIt t IImiM IY r FhJ 1J rr Ir in tstAtii pulD zvs y rmiuAT- I t t Sf AYEA IN ADYAWpE r- JI Jt rIMGFJLDKVi fCf L DAYISON Jr tF = t1tu0t CII ll qILI waa4 JOlItWa- lrU tlaJ Ii catii s s Is atJ tare Mt cash tYOrI 5 W fMtan on1Lber t Mrt1iI 1wade tilf rsI ts3tjwI4s 1o reuUeas i p rI j d1Mfsq 2IjQ t y sWt 500 ceen Jo ai4 IIeeI i H TtfJlte AY SEPyEMBKB29lW 1 C v For Circuit Judge r eirc aVrtkorized to announce v frtiIU THURMAN for the office of CIrtWt asaczwllate JHkfot thklbeEleventh JudiCial l r ytrl t coIcd of WahingtOfl- rMarbs 1ZY14 and Grcfl cou UeJ c jNhject tth action of the Demo irkrtyt CtojifBpcbtVr whp was sent ta J r 1 frlikril lpervfe a life sentence I forQS pfbe roost atrocious ir ver perpetrated in toW iikVW pardoned Tues yr Acting Governor Tfaornr fQr11flld served only two iyia i 9f Ills sentence He tailed i lilf dMifiter who was repulsing his n alr l advancesand shot 1IiJ wife who was trying to pre yantlfco crimX It seems that Col Bill Ia Banking good some of his tnUtlctipn promises aboutt pirdommji aIthotghme in his also pidoncd OEtca Itthe murderer from Letch rier county Got Beclfham had better hurry home I l new registration lziw paSEI edi y the last Legislature re qjuiVfesi nvotersof cities and iownk to register the irjiames as residents before they wilt be al c owed to vote at any election This llawjs applicable to Spring ii3ldl for the first time this year and j6n Tuesday Oct 4th the polls in the town of Springfield willi be openedfpr tnat purpose Thly matter is very important II arid unless one wishes to lose i his Vote in November he should b2arjn mind the date and go toi the polls and register The law applies alike to the National r State and Municipal elections t and all persons residing within the corporate limits must regis tef in order to vote cUp to the present time tlu present Presidential campaign is 1 cne of the quietest on record From all accounts the campaign minagers are hard at work get ting ready for the openng but a its yet none of the big guns have sounded Probably the lack of issues and the very little differ ence between the two platforms accounts for the indifference of thavragevoter as to the out- r come i v jjol p9 olson former Con gressmtn from the Eleventh clJf I trtct and Col of the Fourth Kentucky regiment during the JIaansbAmerican war died last r rtffotat hWhomein Middl sborc Bl3 was taken suddenly ill MeT 4 iiy nigljtwith nervous prostra theendropidlyfo r r fOr4 TIc is He tea A weak stomach weakens the man V fcou se it oannot transform the too he cats into nourishment Health n atrcgtk canofle restored toan 4 hiCk man or weak woman yitho t first restoring health and strength ti tk Stomach A weak stomach can not digest enough food to feed th StiswIsawd evi elhi trcd in4rut i diwiiliht1 and rgansQf the body I Xe4ol DYSPeIaa Cure digests what 1y01 eat cleanse and strengthens tin v 4 membrane of the tomacl riaaMf awl S lIdiestiOfls dyspepsia ant aiabICk trowblei Sold by all d iggLsI 7 iFrnrFGN f re pall tlMt are pateat in their ac Stiisaad UIIJectareJi WJtt 8 L4tea13 RiserS WSo Philpotof A1bs7 Gi aaa tDdllC a bilious I eMt osis s4l1 as it Was it- ttamk dtHa cme1 bttec g r MIr y ether pill ever too1and- at ae tlMc the effect was Little Fatly Ktf rs are pIsatt silyas tealPm1 I yanI l Irs IItI JItt tAd firo wP fi HH NtWS From The County I It I IHpiihiII Atllq the G ntyP eple jIjo1ff A 1 5 Reported by our CrrespRts t lILn AJlltRR n nnIllAnIllIU1IRftAJI2fUUb c XiI lly1fiICi lSrooksvaJlc f I Syynnjlrot the boys ef thi4 pla e ttdn4eiihe party gliten bynelirJ iJr O C Sliewma Ir r of uii6 perftSunday atjhis place JJlisA E Wilson yisitedrela tives4tt Mackville last weeli Mis jielter Noel who liiss ben JyftUibg berfjUter Mrs- el1a Oarfy of fatham has re turned hJQirieV Mrs J JLeathefs of Anderson ciuntyii visitijig her daughte Mrs 4 u Pinkston ibis week FloydjTaylor of JIarrodslurg is visittok ST Ferjrell lMIss ifethel Settle was the pleasanjtjguesb of Miss Lula Col vin of WjilUsburg Saturday And Sunday v V Messrs MilleK Bfrch Rifbard Pinkstprj Frank Ash and Misses MaryGrlder Nancy Chejitham and Fanne Shealey attended the ice cream supper at Valley Hill Saturday night Mss Jessie Noel of HUlsboro was thqguest of Miss Luk Pinkstorj Sunday night Mts Jane Birch is vis ting her daughter tat Danville this week IissL1lra Cooksey of Glens Crfek paid ourtown a call Sun day evening 1Valley Hill Agin5wewiIlappeal 1o ynur gocd nat refurthtpce fot a r w iteipi iregarding our peope It is s range to say ljut it is GrovrIlood w populi cannot ifford aitractiocs forIt certaini YUJ g gent whp Is fre quentiyi visiting bur neighbor hood f John Jines vtiedhis fafber rear orloi aturclay and SuLdaV 4S t Ben Jcjpes visited his sisfer Mrs Thqhins leaker a Hillsborc Sunday T Mesdames W F oranand MD Reed spent Wednesddyat the home of Mrs WE Elliott Albert Mudd was shaking hands with his frifiiids Sunday for his frewe1Ltrip to St Louis and Texas ThomaJs Reed and wife wei e peasantj guests attibe home 9- 1JC PiL Sunday e Mrs Vlck SettlsoI Arkansas is visiting her sister Mra PaP raer Gballey this week Ernest G oat ey John Jane Johnnie iJea d your corro pp d Qlitvrre among those who attended 1thaSbowistLebuuOIi from tftisi place Monday We desire to make two correc tions in cur last lletter The first isthe sate of Chas Lewis farm to Robjeri Thompson wfeich was erroneous and the second is in rogar4 ti TA Tatums cern crop Ii was eD her our fault o the qbm ppsitors for thq figur- eshoUldhveI been 3 to G instead of 13 tb 1C Anyone desiring a location as renter vHould go to T A Tatum who isc cjLtemplating going to Springfied to run abu cher shop arid desires tof lent his farm All se ni to have a craze tpget t to f r our part the is good epough or Itow1VelJ st close Tpnough lo UNO Forpst View t rAlbert Medley has relumed nome fi Dm Nazareth academy t vhefebu has been at work thft Last eir Hand Fletchel arrico find Garland Hamilton Have foijmed a combine and will geito bjiilding wire fence ye jfffeh them good luck Mr aid Mrs Sam Pernnger Sarry D rrjngpr of Valley Hill Vliss Lillie Shields acd unc Satin Henson cf Illinois and C F U d the Writer of tbeselirs tast Wednesdayai- dattordja day of pleasure that AiJl not scon be forgotten The second publication b6 bvreen tlie following parties took l ce jitlSt Rse last Sndiy EJ6iiItoaancr Miss Imel AyersPillstJ1 Wiyic moustache or bear4 leMWiHikwflorrkhNack Use faJCIrI 0 da GoteenBen Millef and Miss Mary BTaioiftoii alt of this coin munity Miss Fronia Medley who ha been britiihed vith typhoid fever hso longwe a eglatlt learn iis IJamproving undelStbe vgood treat liienfc of Dr Clarence Mudd icb idBianfordaft l along nJ 1ess cdnvalescing rapidly Mrs P alan ords b rnwas destroyed by fire last Saturday night ttogether with all its con tents consisting of two hprsesi a lot of hay oats harness and ptLer things Watt OBryaiis new 1gsewi11 don be completed and be can sit back and smoke his old cray in comfort He has a elt1titul 4nd substantial building put up by ths well known cirpente Thomas VVheally one who knows his business Mrs Anna Vices new house is- o far advanced that on Monday night last she entertained the young peopfe with an old time dance Pius Jally and Hillory vJplin are doing the carp liters work We have had some light show ers recently that have caused thegrassto spring PP from its parent sod and is beginning to look sparkling in the morning jua Vater Is asyet very scarce V ecrHoncy arid Tar iis differen from all other remedies offered farther liljJ of cough 11uzg and bronchial trot11e is ItContaiiis Antiseptic pro perties that destroy tire germs and Solvent properties thafcut the phlegm alTowiJg it to be thrown off moves tie Vowvls1 ggnllv Cures Croup Whooping Cough and Colds in one night SuM bylliydQn Pharmacy Anew theory that i proving sue cfessful in the cure Of Cought Lung and nronchial affections is offered ii Bees Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy cuts the mucus heals tht uiembranous lining of the throat luugs and bronchial ttubesj wards off Pneumonia and strengthensttlie sys tern generally Croup and Whoopiqg Cough disappear before its Use ab snow before the sunshine of Spring tA pleasant Sold by Haydons Phar macy f Pleasant Grove Tile rain Vlrch fell last Sun day was surely disastrous to the guests vho visit the Grove so continuously Duncan Leachraan hits returned from ihe Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs B L Litsey and Mi c JenIibLeachmapi aitender the Worlds Fair Muster jGarland Shehan jwap i ightly hurt from a fall tht other day Mr Seve Lgsdon visited Mrs Jate Logsdon llast weelr The farmers of the Grove art inuch interested hi the tobacco association I Hark and Pete Shehan and Charlie Trent say they will soon oe overrun unless some one in vans a balloon that will lleave jvery Mcnday and take them ilOnsr with tholarkness all day inorder Itthat smalls bcoll boys vill not set sleepy w hen they stay out calling until 10 oclock Sunday JJiis a great convenience to have at fIt reliable reincdief fpr usein cases- f accident and for slight injurie and ailments A good liniment and but that is fist becoming a favorite if not d household necessity Is Chamberlain Pain Balm By applying it promptly to a cut biuiee or burn it allays the pan and causes tIe injur to heal in about an third the time usually re luired and as itiis an antiseptic It prevents any danger ot blood poison iijcr WhecPaia Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treated before Infla mation sets iii which Insures quick re fcvery For sale by Kuydons drug 00 donsoifon- MrWfIMiburnoneottIe judges at U W Ishams colt show held near this place Satu Jay reports thebes lot of colts shown in this county for yfearr The premium was awarded Mr John iussell The celts were by Mrtlshams horse Night 5rIDrury sold his farm cpntaining about 200 acre to I Cocanousber Malherly Price unknownj Sugarcoated easy to takI mild in action They cure constipation biliousness sickheadacheiOrcI lYEurnf Somebog9 sod at5c per lb beretthis week E Carrico of Stanford was visitipg AH Grain last week ChafiieCoyle and wife ai e at tenditig the Worlds Fair J hnH Elliott sold his farm 1oL SVCJoyle for 1800 We are haviug some rain in our section and grass bas begun- to grow some N L Currv was in our ttown on business tbisweek P0JotB Imoscd upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Taras a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many jmttatfoiu are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleva Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute offered as no other preparation will give the sam satisfaction It is mlldlJaxative It contains no opiates antijj safest for children and delicate persons Sold by Wood Campbell From 148 l1012 Pounds One of the most remarkable casesof a cold epseated on the lungs causing pnenmnia is that of llrs Gertrude E Penncr Marion Ind who ivas entirely cured by the use of Cine Minute Cough Cure She says the coughingjand straining so weak veghttromber of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedycured nje eqfirelybf the cough strengthenedS my lungjj anti restored my malvreb health and strecgth sOld by all druggists I find nothing better for liver dn rangonjeut and constipatioti thae Ohamberlafns Stomach and Llvc- rTablets13 F Andrews Dea Moincs for sale by Ha ydons drufstore NEW SHORT STORIES i i The BWrbrr anal HI Rival ChJilkley Leeds the Urst mayor of Atlautic City related at Atlantic Citys fiftieth anniversary some IntereSting reminiscences of the towns early lire nays the New York Tribune cull to mind he said two rival barl ors J4iey have been dead a long time now They hnd shops opposite ThC npther in Atlantic avenue and the couipctltlon between them was lirlsknud bitter Smith the youngep barber always hUll his hair tnt nod dressed In the I OETMT UlVAfc TO DO IT most graceful and correct manner and he was always shaved beautifully Brown on the other hand would be shaved bndly wUh i cut on his chin and a lJllfi of overlooked beard on Ills cheek autl his hair would be cut steps us though a child had done It Smltlrcouldnt jjnderataud why his rival displayed ou his own person such larexirn11les of harboring and he Lent a frfcud to Browns one day tin a dctthtivc4 DuringtheHow Is It Sir Brown when you are yourself n barber that your hair Js always badly cut anti your face hacked up from the razor u Wh18altl Brawn the explana Lion Is simple enough I cant cutiny own hair antis I get my rival across tle street to dj It and he shaves me too You see the result tI Irtur Hear Wit Senator Hoar whose humor was keen nsU rapier not long ago said to a newspaper corpcspaiident WhQii 10m Basked for my opinion on any subject I refer the Interlocutor to my messenger Doherty He talks more freely than I do This same policrty guarded the door to Mr Hoars committee room for al most a generation and was the sena tors factotum t Some one In describ lag him not long ago referred to him as Senator Hoars Fldus Ac1iates Do you see what these newspaper Inca have been calling your mid Sen ator Hoar directing Dohertys atteu tloji tq the paragraph What docs that mean senator anxiously Inquired Doherty as he reat rto him the strange expression i I would not like to tell top Dobe fy solemnly replied the senator i Dohcrty Immiately started out to discover the off udlhg newspaper man but In telling lift troubles to a fellow employee he vfA enlightened as to the meshIng of tijc Latin words New Yorklail l Tfce KM Ska LIkeL Von BlumerWrlte a 1veletWto my wife and Ill sign ft Clerk Wat aatout7Smrt let a r Democratic CadIdated The following gentleman were del red the npmiuees of their pArtif for the respective county offlcp at the Democratic primary hla in Washington county August 6th 1904 They are to lie Voted lor ac itlie regular election November 1905 ForCpiirity JudgeB L Litsey Porj Co Attorney T S Mays County ClerfeWl F Booker RerjIstntHive W D ulay brooke Fore Sheriff JS Osbourne Sunt of Schools J W Bush ForrIJailer Gteo D Catldtt T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy FiCoronrJ M Montgomery l F tS5FW LINES Denmark exports 2500000 pounds of honey a year Th j Jersey England potato crop this ye4r amounts to 52841 tans mlued at 233280 Th statistics show that the nverrtgu nuin or of persons to n family In the tlilted States154T v V Th Turkish mlnlstor of the navy Is saId to be Worth 12000000 II3 sal ary IS0000 n year pnb ef a number of homing JIIge3fl8 sptjup froirt Xante France boardol a shIp 1000 miles at son AsiIttto crime by alleus reports show that jthe Americans InEnglana are five times as criminal as the liusjlnus and Io3t4 CrmogaidiicaOt1 is the name of the ga4 soinevvlmt like hockey In cuttsl for tie womeia of the Gaellc len ue hi Irclaid Bayonet fighting Is now a regular ox erplVf 6 the army anti Id lts quite as jioodrlf not better physical exercise than pie old bayonet exercise Tbd i lsiiop of Ivondou has received a subscription qf 25 from an undertak er wjho described the glffns a thank pffcriiig because trade has been so brisk of late At he sale of the estate of the lute Vhitkcr Wright at Tokeniioutip yard tie oftier day some one Offered 100000 hefw around Ucctntc cast f37 vsald the auctioneer Abarrel with a cai aplty of 43800 gallons bus just been completed for a greahJne firni at Schlltcuhelm onthe Klilne A banquet was given In Its tcrlpif tp twentyfour peoplfe Thd most frequented lake In Europe Is tha lake of ncerne Last jcar twen ty Htca uboats plIed on It and oirripU li529OCO pnHswigcrs and over 1000 tousf baggage and freight Tliq iiuttrflHaa lictectlvcs find foot ball useful Criminals will hide six days Ill the week but they Imve to comet ott oh Saturday to See the foot ball gauic and the police nrc on baud pn d scovefy made by an exploring pdfty In tisInt recently Is that the river Gclo skirts the southcrmost ex remftot Lake Tata Instead of flow- Ing Into the lake as wits hitherto bc liontl r Theus1tnllnn govcrunlcnt has or ganlml l air expctlitlon to explore the region between Lake Eyre and the boundary df Queensland This land is said to be ore pf the worst desertsI In the worM An engine driver was attending tc the luachliiery ct Hays wharf l oDlcj street 16ndnn whpn the ends ofHils neck scarf were caught by flic KTiaftIns and he was drawn np thirteen tee from the floor and strangled The Insurance Cpnipanics have quot ed 5t0 per cent additional for Insuring the life of IrJiirs Obofonskl who hatr succeeded to tthe ipost of governor gen eral of Finland In the room of the kite General BobrlkofC killed by an iissas sin An English thief wis nrrcstcil Hit other tiny whose mctho1 WHS to liullicr little boys to takq ofT their shoes In or dcrtorun a race mid JeaVo him In charge of the shoes When tlicy re turned breathless he und llic shoes were gauo What Is described the Iilggrijt sale yet completed Under the new Irish laud aClIIs reported from Mltchcistown The Kingston cHtate which WitS the theater of the mud acllatlon In the days of Mr JIadstonoy Ilcmembcr Mltchelstown hits been acquired Uy the tenants A hjilibut estimated to be fifteen feet la IcHjjth was sccii In the IliWntaqtiu- ylver near Dover polut recbntly by n lumber of Dover people The llsh wai- jlteu to Jump out of the water several times and oil every occasion matte 1 roaring noise which could behearjJa I considerable dhlhuce National Association of Car ITble Dealers which recehlly4 con In Boston hud on exhibition att that piaco an ancient vehicle llmttvns built In ntannd whiih Is still as good as hew It was built for Goverhor Jonathan Trumbull of Connecticut the original Brother Jonathan The cuckoo plays au Important part In German superstition If au old jromnn wants to know how uiauy Fears she has to live or a young girl mheit she is to be niofrlcd nil they inn to do Is to go into the woods oil May day and listen for the cuckoo Tile number of times It yaps Is the Answer JftroftselWIthe evening and appearing upon the bench In evening C1othnro caeo till emergency and the judge left a re ception t convene court golm jllrpct jy to the courtroom from a friends house Au Insurance doctor at Lelpsle has collected facts which show that the changes In the human blood vessels arterloskleiosc brought altojit by lh1 usa of alcohol tobacco nail other ex ceases IncludIng overwork cause 25 per cent of nil deaths Avherens the much jJrcaded tuberculcfsls is responsible for only 1 per cent Jn that city lu 1000 the smocksiucn who collect lobsters along the coast of Maine paM an average of 12SS cents per pouud to the fisherman The price lihcrcadcd to 1312 cents In 1001 and In 1002 the price wiis 1583 cents Last years price was 1710 cents Durlng these four years the minimum price paid was 0 cents and the maximum 55 cents It Is claimed for Mile Carmen Sylva an eightyearold singer who made her first appearance in JQJidou the otlior day flint hervoke has one of tbf greatest fahacs of any living singe and Arises to the tolt G Mme PattiV voice did not go boyotid tIre top P- 51U Ellen Bcapll Yaws goes to top E and Miss IZiTUb IleleQa CIR fCC the top ft w ci J Sole Agents for Old Hickfry ft and Studebaker J Wagons FRM Wese11CoaI ApyQuantliy aiBuiheltc Iv tt j7 r McCUR W 2 J Zl g I DEALERS IN 00 t t F F1eitheedsreei I i j We handle Buggies Surreys Garts 4of all giaJes to suit- the purchaser Agents for the Syracuse Hjlllsidetow Call and examine our extensive line of Hpnc s Collars Work Gear Buggy Robes and Horse BlanketsI SEED WHEAT II Cash Paid for HIDES and FURS BErsLaxJive HONEYAND TAR AUCoughRemedied Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BY Pin III kleiiblN Gi jCUeici US fc Soldat Haydons Pharmacy +Farks for Sale LI Wba e ir cur bhaigq foi sale the followirg describee tracts of layddnd wintakagreav pleasure in showing any oCtben to prospect vebuyeis MeLRAY Vu oo r200 acre farm 11 milsfrohg- oodp rng riel smalI Jlouse barr place Avrllfehced and vateidtmost l ing1ass Pric JO per a4e 26 acre pfliejmIcs from Springfield right oq the pike good house ana batn al and fir class tobacco land Prici13ti0 JfjCT acrb farm 7 mil s fjon tripgtieIjfght on the pjHOj TOW five rrinrn houscsiewbaruf- arm welt watered and fencid LjVnd in h hstliteo cultivation Prce 5i er aero 36 acre farm 6 miles fran Springfield on pike url 1iug fenced MjllCO 170 Gcdt farm 0 miles from Spnrgtielq god house and baco gojd ttibaccp land vrel watered arid fenced Price 4000 51 acreLpiace H miles froti Sprugtiel Jjand allays jreK Apd lin higbtute of cutivdJoii gocdbarti95 acre Tarm 5 miles Irorj Sprfngfieid righton pike naH house and barn plenty iaf godd to accb lanl Price 2500 20 acre J lace 7 miles fron Springfield handy to churcll nd school well fenced Ltn nl irrgop shape ooPl 3 roon and small barn 700 140 a ere farm 2+ miles fife h Springfield 0 room houseJgood- ituck and tobacco barn Jarm ost yin gra Fiice 40pei acre 200 acre farm 5 miles iron Springfield seed house unc barn all land 60 nrres p bottom land well fenced plenty of timber Price 50 pe ucrit 5NOtice To Cred1tsrst r Trnnio C Willed Adm J P1T VS Nick Wiltett et aU JfK ID obedience to an ordr made the abotc styled rauseat thi fDyter190ior the Washing ton Cirpuit Court nircriior of ihe estate Qf G pnE Willeti leccasodj are reqiired to present their claim properly proven ti me at my office in Springfield ly on or tefireOct 221904 jh vltG LEACHMANM C W C C Notice jaxpayers f Thestaleand county takes for the year 1904 are now dike and all persons owing sam will pfejase cijll on me or roy deputies and settle without further delay wbicjiJ willadd costs OBtRON CRoAK tf f beriiLWO iiPlnlcsveaacU like a poultice S d by Iliydous Pharmacy JwIuwr 6 Headquartcrsfor all SUPPLIESg S 20 i 1 I II IJj t frffii1 j i t k was r f j i 4 good good oientv1 hbase s gopd i n SPRINGFIED Kl Phone No aI 1111 TJllDIdo tOIiyer Oi1Ied PIois 1 J Fi The Smart Sett A Magazine of GleyernQss II Magazines shoudhave Jl welld firiea Rurpose l j Genuine e JOftMiQST SIJCCESSFtJL OF ES Itsnovels a completqone il ap iir artI by thnbrillfait authors cf botifJiemisphef es Its shortsturi are IJatcbl ssieanarjc1 full t tIts poetry covering the entire fields 6fKversdprilhq Io ci t h J1I br tendnesss by the mosfenpppanir pazilsj I enahiwbir n oft be dav r Its jJIipst witlicsmsjf sketch s1 etc are adiriijLtiiy the tc t J nirthprovo king r v L 5Vg vrw v 160 PAGESDELIGIITFUL IIAIliN6 Nonages are was tEd on chelapi ilVustraUohs cdUpi iapprri r 5eiryingessaysind d c th3uLon E Very page will interest cXa lJl ootarQ1hiopf1 useriijgnJw2 5O pr yir R mit in cb que P of ii cpres ocder or rriterJ lettento T JB SM ARTSEP J 5 Yf7th Aveuue New Yor i fj l 7i o DN B Sample C i plj2S SejnV FrJonApphctIr n ABUSINESiS 1gOUOATt r youngwomau who woullwin aces mute Thibeiifonceded i i 5jiHtinip6rtance to etyoar traiain at te ecbobt that itands iilt h ery front rank t IThhBRYA1NT a STRATTON BiINESCOLLELE N E earner Second and Walnut 5tsM Louisville KyI3O K KgEPING SHORTHAND rWIRIfrrIN cii t Ionetilorthi U iltel 3a efrIt wll bim til Ito you FaSiol opealj t e yvir sfahainxicieat aii time v Jj V jjjM Ew dWRlGHrPRESlDENTJH ji 1 F Kentiickyss Stoatt TiOl LEXINGTON 1TI STAIES QCT- t 414 SIiooooo I 21000 FutURITY TJIflLTr0CT0UP 4 3OOO CUP MOKBAY tCTMi 10 40 MCES iL MP i Rates on All cfs i For Sale Having cidddto retird hewilling Twill offer or fae my property consisting jf Flour Corp Hcminy and Feed lIrplso my residence dud about seven acres of landV rbj sbne of the best stands in the county having both watei rtherjpartlcularsS C VANARSDALE Ky FOLEfS KIDNEY CURE Will Sore any caid of Kidney 1beyondFdr over four xears 1 watriubloti with akid cr and ItladtieratfecUoa Ilost flesh IttbHlpbotUa says tTM relief awl after aklag the MCJWboUWl t1relc11NI Tw 61z 5tt Cents and f100 4 4 jI5r f m Ij aCarloade DisHarroE le 7 MAGAZll ofhuruannlert GREAT r UIst1J1 GFd CIICCIt55 3OTRAM YJVAJ 7 THUMB1T tCTfUX I socio MCDOWELL TfJDLICTSUi1 t GREATEST PAMEVER OLMLD II PhAQUAD it 11Haf faIIroa 1f froni business Lifsey b1Zrite3 iI IIIIF1UIENMEYE5SEiit s N JLU IUkERIES LeiiqgtunKy Offer for HICL Fall 1901 a idl tpckJ FruiV and 0rnqme a trees GTrjipavineSj Asparag Simatfc FrUtSv Shrubs and eve r thing fgr thftBrchaitl ta n and CJatdeiir Doscriptie ca 9 Jgue tij application l6t E= j Notice j All pens having clal-itisffJt Tngalrlsti 19C teQfl1t Stas i M Bu61 man wjfl pi ease prse tbo samQ tb mepiq3ip lrjy prOV nQr t llefore Oto13Jrt i 1901 u horny attorney W F Origsby ii his office fa Spring field Sy orbeftre s3kl4at iJ5cNcot4LNS Mmr of foal SUsan M 3uckmii KdoI Dyspipsi 1iUI lOC l aj A i DRJO JIBlIRTOH RftSIOENT DENTIST- r TEETH EXTRACTED VIT OUT PAIN 44OW1CIUau WOCk wp stairs PRINGF1EED KY jL All Detitiil Work Strictl T Jiritclii 1 f d H LAMPTON C j OFIOE IaOpers Ho s ii WFGRlGSBY AttORNEYAT LAW IoVrIPICS BU1- 4pgiNGFJtD KY t DrS1 M16reii 4 OI3ftTIST 1 4UkifJ Qfden work Teeth iJ extracted without pain Offices t ycfbrmerly occupied by Dr Hord 1 1 jjhoe5 SPRINGFIELD KY tL J B RoBARPS IWFYATT j RiBARDSHYATT- jPPkysiciii and Surgeons J Office nekt to Ulerks Office JAMGRAVES 4rACTTCAI t4 fitcteiker int Jcicler Carries alatchps Clocks and Jew iryasRepairing a Spe cialty Located atT W Simms Jr oU law office opposite fCpurt House Springfield Ky DRW F TRUSTY t PRACTICAL DENTIST f Dental work atfoasonable prices 11 work guaranteed J SPEINGPlfeLD KY JOHN Y MAYES FUNERA l DIRECTORe1 AND EMBALMER t t tL TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 FR1GF1ELD KY ii iHave You Hauling j TO OO if icutliil t Jb ALLEN ttiie Depot o FREIGHT Hf TBUIB Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything in the hauling yine done carefully and at Reasonable rates z PHONE 22 Railroad Schedule af Following isthe time schedule now in effect oh the Haidstown and Springtield branch railroad v No 41 Leaves Louisville al X4UO p m Bardstown Junction 50 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at SpriDgheldG45 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield 530 i mi Bdrdstown 617 a Bardsiovn Junction 70o am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43L aves Louisville al 4 730 ama Bardstowo Junction i93p am BarJstown 1415 a m 7 arrives at Springfield 1240 pm tf No4t Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 239 pm Bar stown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves jJSprin tield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bar lstow Junction 3J45aim arriyesr at Louisville 93o am NoJ QJ Sundays onlgLeaves Louisville at Gprn Bardstown- rJdictior 650 pm1 BardE town 735pm arrives at Spritigfield 2ppm FARM Fon SAL178 acres good improvements on pike good vgramand stock farm best or chard in county plenty water rintonehalfmile of Botland will i eil fctrbargain OrISP0rtTERtlandK J i TOWN 1Wnnni mwrofroi i Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I iiIIAfc tYtireir Friends I adACqaItflanieL Nice new sorgnuni at Uamp JeWs Pure apple vine jan 34 cents al Cam grocery Nicei meat from lOc up al Campbells grocery A nice brown harness mare ff j year old for sale at Campbells grocery FOR SAIEA14rnt 35 second hand school desks W K OBERTSON i 1Tryj loct best oodS fr the jprice in to nat Ctfmpbelljl s grocery J Don t forget if you are a resi dent of Spring eld that you must register on next Tuesday if you want to vote in November1 We have leased oursland ror onlyNJ20 years ancwe are hereto stay so you had jji st as well come on and buy from sat Campbells grocery What everybody says mustte true that the best styles and the most reasonable prices millinery are to bb found at Williams tn A goodfamily horse for sit perfectly safe tdr ladies do even scare at anrautoraobile and will stand anywhere without hitching Ut Camp nJs LOsT =On the road betwe m Booker and Valley Hill a lads jacket Finder will please i c turn to MRS pyRONCROAiE E Springfield and DeceIve rewai d t Theta will bepregular servlc es at the Presbyterian church on next Sunday at the usual hon s Dr LatImer and his lam Vy having returned j 1rpmtheirtr1p- 1WNTED4 I small houselor pat Of a hous4 iin SpFingi1d Wanted by at small lath jltor- ent For further patticuljir apply at tl4J NEWSrLrBAXjER office Mule buyers who werehere Monday only b Jght nfewcolts 01 account of iTie adv bel prlcesatwhjch owners wene hlding them A great jpany cnlts which were brought in riot- u1e were taken home again rtlsementofi i r line Qf trimmed hats arid invite thd ladies of Spring field and vieiiity1io call thelrgo03st andjj SM Camjibell the ns1havingns1 per pound j Biilk cows very low ndellin f tdm 10tcf 25 owing togualityl Plug honesplenti M and ranging from 5 to 75 LOST OR STOXENFlummixJ a large whit spotted hound with double dew claws Hewas bpught fromCharWy Sear y in Anderson county A reward of 2 SO will be paid jifor any information leadingjxrlus recovery JJOHN R SPRATT Willisburg Ky STRYErFIQth Springfield last Monday night a reds sorrel hprse 16 year old roman lOSe and badly j pigeontoed X re ward will b0 paid for any infor nia ron leading to his recovery J ALONZO NOEL RFD NQjfS Springfield Icy He Chester Diirq Jr son of old Chester Dare and old Cromwell 73 and sejbhu dam by old Ga bells Led gt01r all blue ribbon sires a model saddle lhd hal ness stallion and one that is proving a ffirstclass sire will be sold at Hi4son Bros sale LO uis ville KyOct 4 1904 POutryticket No 337 the lucky tickfet in poultry and eggs contest h4s not yefyet been prey jSented Ifjsameis not presented by Saturday Oct 1st another d aJng wilt take place immo diate1yj BorderJ to give my cus tpmErs another chance for tthe prize M H jOE Sanfprd Robinsons min strelsshowed the Opera Eojise here Monday night on good sized audience The company put up a fcood entertainment and the audience seemed pleased throughout the performance i The miisic was especially good atid tJ comedians were good litifh ptpvokers hTOPICg Cabells Lexington a large t halldsome saddle and harnes stallio 16J hands high and weighing about 1400 pounds that has proven one of the great est tiires for the farmer that has everyone Service in Marion count villbe sold as 2tfo 173 in Hud sonBrbs sale Louisville Ky Oct 4th The Chins R Phipps Coin a repertoire of plays wino Qll an engagement here Monday night Oct 8and continue for three nights P1iel company comes highly reco mended and first class entertainment is promised They introduce new plays and new specialties and some first class specialty artists are num Ibered among theo company Popular prices rill lreai Seats now on sale at Wood Camp bells drugstore x Col JB V then Jrs fine stallion jjrambiaii is out of a fall sister to the dam 9f Mr La i rence J hes great shdw mare Princes Charming Col Wathen bred both Gambian and Princess harming and wns the dam of each There is not a horse jn Kentucky that can go higher than Gambian and lid has stepped a quarter in 37 seconds He is by the great GmbettaVjJlr s 219J and out of the damof Aileen 207 + Gambian will be sold in Hudson Bros sale Louis vulleKyOet 41904 t t Thc nest bunch of fat cattle that has been shipped out ofthis county left lhere yesterday The lIbt copsisted of 20 bead of short 3l year Olds and were sold by Brother Anthony fbr Sfc Rose farm to Monte Pox in July at p25 per hundred pounds The cattle weighed on delivery yes tterday an average of 1494 pounds Brother Anthony sags that for 27 days in this month the SO head gained just 1510 pounds They weie Polled Angus and Short horn stock rJim Oder and Mitt eachman twduaveUtknown young men of tile ECilLfbiJxQ neighborhood sitartedout of town on last Sat urday evening fpeling BO elated from some cause that their spjrits got beoond control and found vent inInumerous war rthrivingrth i distanced On Monday the young men appeared in town ajidwere arrested and lined for disorderly conduct I The jcelcbrated Lei gLon Trots corampcce this year Tues day Oct br 1 and continue ten djs Of the nine treat pacers ehtered in jhiQ Tennessee stake the firs tr day our stand Cut as factors in the race Tohn M 204 + IorningStar2O4 + Angus Pointer 20G l andI ed BW 200 Each is tLiepropeityofmiilion aire and apqculation will be heavy on their chances Horse lovers will make no mistake in taking in the first diiysrnces- and see the famous Kentucky Futurity and the Tennessee On Tuesday afternoon Marshal John Graco received a telephone message froih Lebanon be on the lookout and arrest two men who were on their way from that place in a buggy as they were wanted Soon afterwards two men answering tIme description drove in and were put under arrest Their names are Beasley and McDonald anTi they were detained on complaint of Mr Pearce who is an L N rail road conductor and lives near Lebanon Junction Itseems that the two men or rathdr Beasley who is the older McDonald be ingn young fellow had been showing horses for Pearce about atthe Various fairs and had not toted fairi withtheir employer in money matters PeaIce claimed that they were giving him tjae slip yithoui making a settlement and hence the arrest Policeman Thompson acc mpa nied by Mr Pearce came over kind took the men iin charge and took themback to Lebanon Tobacco vMeeting An enthusiastic meeting of the tobaccQ men of the county was held att the court house here MQnday afteriioonto discuss the plans of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association The meeting war addressedTsy W0 McCh9rd and otjiers arid great progress was reported in getting the tobacco growers of the comm w IIf j DONTS IiDONP buy Gluses over a ai forty3ure1Lj pair that aids yopr vision for 3 the time being yet may prove most injurious 5 DONT buy heap Glasses j such lenses are imperJectly grojmtftand 1i e t J DONT read fIn bed Oton a movlIJgtratn it j yourIGla Ithey So Easy to Have Them Right 7 i1 C F RUSSELL 15 Main St Springfield Ky II r jfcy to go iinto the organization The solicitors have been at work and it iis estinlafed that about 1500 acres of the crop has been contracted for and more con tracts are being made every day The time is limited in which to get tHese contracts in and the promoters are anxious to have them sighed up s quickly as possible It is stimated that about 60 per cent of the crop of tile county llias been contracted for anaothei growers will bp ready to come in as soon as they understand the plans more thoroughly Rec tSalest i Col Jno B Wbthen Jr tLeb anon Ky sold last week th3 bay filly Norita full sistei toi Jjorvin Wto Mrv J Brown of Louisiana Jor600 This filly tepped a half mile in 117 lMr P L Dant Lebanon Ky sold to Mrs Wade Richards same place Nbrvin W cblt for 300 Messrs Wade Richards Lebanon KyM sold Monday Sept 26ito Messrs J D Simms Sons Jfew Orleans La acolt byNoryirt W for500 Messrs Wade Mchards sold a filly by NorviaW for 500 and Same has since resold for 1000 Norvin Wthe sire of the above colts will be sold on Tues day Oct 4 1904 in Messrs Hudson Bros sale Louisville Ky His number is 172 in cata logue NorVin W has had seven other colts that sold previous to tlie above sales for3350 F E FQ cLR Sheriff jot n A Burton ol Lebanon was hare Saturday MrJathsJhescheirofLoujs- vile was here Sunday last MrIoe Thompson of the county has moved to Pallas Texas Mrs W H Cleveland ofbk Jahuiha is visiting the Clay brooke family W D Claybro Ke left yester day for a business trip to San Antonio Texas C H R McElroy of Kansas City is here this week to visiti bis parentsrMessrs Robert and Alex Blandford of LbuisvillG are vis iting their mother in the county Mr Joe Gerkins of Louisville was the guest of Miss Myrtle brdakb of Croake Station last week Mrs P C W Peterson of the Tex sneighborhood has returned from Chicago where she visited hqr son Thomas Mrs M liL Ragsdale and grandson Owen Graves of Shelby county are visiting MrrW D Rigsdale of this place Mr E S Mayes Sr gotin Tuesday night from his Califor niatrip He reports an enjoy abletrtp and says that hjs boys are both djing well in the far West Jr and Mr T D LatimerI Miss Annie and Master returned Tuesday evening otTettj a trip to the Worlds Fair visit to Mrs iiatimers former home in Tennessee Mr Richard Hatchett and Miss Bertha Gordon of the Simms reighborhpod were mejr ried at the home of the bride yesterday evening The bride is the attractivedaughter of Mr John Gordon while the groom iis n popular young iarmerof the county The couple will leaver r the Worlds Fair and will be accompanied on their trip byDr Crosbyand wife Mr and Mrs Hardin Nelson and Miss Lottie Hayes The Cincinnati Post society column contained the following iMiSs Lucy Arnold will entertain with a dinnorori Monday even ling October 3 for Mis Frances Foote Force the Srideelect of Mr r Robert Sutton of Springfield Ky The SuttOnForce marriage yill take place at the tb a Tools Tools Tools DIAMOND 1 WE HAVE T I ehisrMl j l Im Files Adzes and in a fuJI line of Car 4 Tools etc I mlwe IfiEME t warrant BER everything InDia ond and we have IIIi MciEiroy fr Shiiltz MATSl FOR Alt withtheideaSomefKingr Everybody I GENUINEl ashighmoneyNicest headgear for little PeopIesBiDi Boilding THE KNOTT GO home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Carson Force Park avenue Newport 4 Miss Luay Arnod will be the GeorgeISbati farm For Said I have for sale from IuO to BO acres of the farm knowfn cs the Joe Clark farm situated ear Hillsboro Washington county Contains abQut twenty acres tobacco land t and a fine locust grove containing from 300 to 400 worth of locust pests House kind barn and necessary outbuildings Well watered twO good ponds and a half mile from pike Will take 1350 per acre For further particulars apply to Z P LEI C MAN Partloallle CMYIOIItT At tills height said the feulder ns they paused on the mbuutaUi sde to look at tile valley far below people with weak leurts often dip How often asked 7i deeply Inter ested listener do they iihave to die before they deadrrCblcago Tribune A Relldr So you enjoy hearing your wife speak lu public Yes answered Mr Meekton It Is a great comfort to me to hear her describing faults and difficulties for which I cannot possibly be held re- spotsibieWashIngton Star Getting III PuIIbuIeM- tBarnesQuelias to suffer In this life for his sins even though he forsake them I HoesYe3 Bluglos wife married him to reform him they gay Boston Transcript A Little Cbaare ul gaye a poor man two nickels day r For charity r JNo for a dime Cleejand Plain DenIer = 7lnkletI Julia what has been la your mind Blpce your marriage The fact that I was Jglven away as part of tIe ceroTnonyf Detroit Tree Press Way 111 Mn Im at the head of my class Hows that Dick Teacher snys Im the worst of all the bad boys In schbolBaIUmOre- sews f Varlet HeleneSo they are fflnally divorced How about the chlld1 Percy Oh the child got the custody of the mother I beliemPuck t Werthlt Sonny aint ywrofrald that such t big cigar will trikke you sick uWelisir I doutmVufl bnf sick la- n cause like tbisL1e j- Pia at You look tired old fellow Tired I am RS tlr das the rich fntlrerlnlaw of a foreign nobleman Town Topics I a WE HAVE 1 ff- and above allIthe best ofTools jjj EDgE TOQLS JThey are 4nade of the veVy 3 best nteHaUna by expect w v v gDiamoncwarranted Ifitisnot a represented return It to us Q and get yx ur money back a WIQg fact penters Edge Call seewhat Iline f for le boys October stay FINE OPPORTUNITY Cole Jno Bt Wathen Jr of Lebanon Ky has consigned his four fine Stallions Norvin W Gambian Chester Dare Jr and Cabells Lexingtori and two finely bred and handsome trot ing mares to Messrs Hudson Brps Sale Louisville Ky and they will be sold on the second day of the sale Tuesday October 4 1904 beginning with number 168 If you want a first class trotting or saddle bred Stallion with speed and extreme actionpr a high class road or trottint bred mare with speed style and EC tion look up this consignment These Stallions are sireing a high class of colts thatare sell ing at good prices Norvin W coltsblatHis colts are large fine hand some speedy and great actors For extended pedigree and de scription write Col Wathen at Lebanon Ky or Hudson Bros Louisville Ky for catalogue For Sale A nice new 6 room II story pottage with taige hall varanda back porch and all necessar outhouses containing arlytwo- acres splendid garden grass lot well water well fenced lo cated on Perry ville pike near High School til also offer a small farm of nearly 15f acres good land with nice new 4 room cottage and necessary out houses located on Perry vile pike II miles from Springfield For further par ticulars terms pric9ct address W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky Notice All persons haying claims against the estate of the hate Alfred Benham will present the same to inc properly proven oh or before October i 1904 or to my attorney WIf Grigsby at his office in Springfiel Ky on or before said date JAMES ABENHAN Admr tof Alfred Benham Skeei fir Safe 1 UHve some nice western and native stock ewes prices rifht See me before buying ROBT 3rf THOMPSON PoleiKidtJllyCI qtkn s4 M IiYuare cordially jinvitedt to attend thif I G andOOpdlliug Saic 1 I1 tIn our MERCHANTTAiCQR1Ndppt iit ri t rv V J w 3 An Ex peri Mctd Cutter from f 11TUECL0BEy TILORINr L rOAJl lr1i = i i i fCINCINNATIP i t f 3 X t if tSi Wi1LDisplay jthe inos1 ecusiyeI nq r 1t1 I j IcOctober56+ E jOctober56j ffff I jf t gPRlNGEIELIJ KY t f A t d4Et tIt tf1r L J JOHN SHUCK MCELROY KtIi McClroy 4WhartonS t1 Insurance t tReallEstate AggftQ SiJ f J r5 sJ Firs Life andTornado Ins ur 4 r b Land Sold oil gonimissicii j Office overPeoples Bank N Phoe42 f l1 EBd j D FALL AND WINTER f i CLOt ES i Stilish made to order iiiits f1 1 S1000and upwards S iw tt t Overcoats made tb order 1 t S1000 and upwards m Guaranteed Pit GuaranteedWear From the old reliable house of Wjmamaker Brown LUM ABEL q Local Agent Sprinarfield K p U 1 wd2l7 LTtelK1CKIClJa 1 J The Big Money Maker fOl Ho Kaisers m 1tYNrs j f l 1 I When this Remedy fedaz a pre ventive Full particulars regard jing this Insurance Proposition in Dr Haas bpok Hogology ajoapst valuable book for every hograiser fi i anda FREE copy df wiich may be flhad at our store for the asking M If J r2SlbcanS12O half cans S650250s 125 and 50c per package rq 2Oth Century Poultry Fo 4 f be greatest egg producer on the market Keeps fowli IT a1tby prevents cholerottp and all other jxwUry S lib 4 4 ZSIbba3 r t iiI r j Dr Jos Ma r Uv aFrMrsc t teckI4q As its name implies thisa Ifor correcting the cemo well as many of the pre and growth promoter amd zepreyettve fNIID RI 55 5S ANR SKCPEK PASASj 4 1 IIequalled O5ALY- McLHE W EllLS OIRCULAKSi SPRn qELD- ta Rt1 E l ii iji W iAI I IheBestis the C iwsJ I J L And There is None better Th Z 1Tr I THE PAGE mm WIRE gII AFtpnctortry Purpose l I anyJY i n l ii i 4 SOLE qENTi p fie1dKy t PM i r p rT1 NLT LU ifb oIIt List t A ittW ehsqtet taxpayers for Washington t mti for tbtj Ir 1903 AM114 Irp4ylI REMARKS 1 t it f i 141 Byn Croakes Colored List FJtKDERIOKSTO btjHU 1 Insolvent it u3lltTtfi 1 Insolvent 1IiIU Gt 1 Insolvent 6iryI Insolvent SOl Insolvent in Nelson Go 41JW ttsf7 BlII 1 Insolvent abet 4 Insolvent pMl4i11I 1 Left State tock P = 1 Insolvent v ii 1 Insolvent TbuWl lt 1 Insolvent VrI1t Jet J f 1 Insolvent 3frJllerJ i j 1 Insolvent 1f 1r TLeftcountyWykt1TIas 1 Insolvent NOORESV1LLL Jk1s3 aLr 1 Insolvent IMCIM Cy d Insolvent f- caaW 1 Insohent- I1gLai ATOR InsolventI 1IIenl a MS liDead ftclccmtm Cka Jr u 1 Insolven- tWadeW Ck sterl 4 Insolvent t SPRINGFIELD NO 5 Ak Tu i 1 Insblveht 4A4a GeecEe li 1 Insolvent Ckar1ie 1 Insolvent Jrber Zill 1 Insolvent Htt Jlq1 Insolvent Ickan Louis 1 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of I tbeb Hete began to churn the ocean into treat white raadcapSj andmade for the boat and the next five minues were very ex citing ones Fortunately the nuddend mt niter changed its course and went ai und the boat b art y ithoat apsizing it It was a eYD1row escape He says it is a sight never to be forgotten to see a school of whales sprout in f water and the icise they make wnile doing so can be heard for miles Mr Hampon will vii it Harrodsbnrg about February Harrodsburg Herald A1111k1 Neii KiNed Another killing was the result of the Saturday night carousal If of the negro railr9ad hand AI ford Hollands employed in tfee construction of the Danville ex tension and sidtnbe from I North Carolina shot and killed George Travis on Rat Row The murderer made his escape and llias not yet been apprehend ed Tyie weapon used wasa 38 calibre Colts revolver F ve shots were fired two going wid two stmingi Travis in the leg 7 INMGESTION JI Icwtlafirftk itm ckBHMIUgoodUfofa MMdklBc I took In a ci7e 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Seconfl Kentucky In fantry that several companies will be mustered out within ti short time There seems to be much dissatisfaction among the members of the State Guard at present especially the Danville Company who wire exceedingly disappointed with their trip to the Worlds Fair It ts very probable that they will ask to be mustered out at Jan early date An election was jorderecl at the St Louis Camp put when it was discovered there was so much hostility towards Col Roger D Williams it was Called off by In spector General Noel T Gaines who is a warm personal friend of Col Williams Major Embry Allen of Lexington Major of the Second Battalion would have carried every cpmpariy in the regiment for the j place as he is immensely popular dud would make the best Colonel the regi ment ever had At present every staff officer in the Second Kentucky except two including the noncommis oned stag are residentsof Lexington ahd the members in other companies realize that too much partiality has been shown that city Al though Major Aljen is resident of Lexington he believes in di ding the offices among the other companies An election will be asked fbr shortly and it is almost certain to result in a change in the command ofthe regiment It has been rumored in Danville in the past few days that a petition wjll be sent to the Adjutant General asking him to muster the local company out of the service at once Danville Advocate To Protect Game There has been a laudible move put on foot to protect the game in this county arid to see that the neAV law is enforced Elsewhere will be found a synopsis Of the game laws which are very stringent This office is authorized tppayv a reward pf paitiesiv victions under this law ten dollars for each copviction The powers of the game warden to confiscate the gUn and dogs of any party found breaking tIle twentyfive pothunterfore the law is out It isalso the same penalty for killing November canbtyorebeing bythestrielawsgame huntrexpiresDanvjljc News ON THE INCREASE- WORLDS FAIR TRAVEL GETTING HEAVIER j While the volume of travel to St Louis on account of the WorMs Fair has not quite come up to tlie expectations of the the1rallrovnis expected things con sidered The banner months sofaras attendance is concerned will be September October and Novtm her anJ diiing these three months the admissions v ill un doabvedly equal if not surpass the entire number registered up to AuguSt 31st inclusive It is cerainly a big grand show and one that no person with the means should miss It is the opportunity of a life time in an educational way and one that will be taken alvdntageOf bv thegreat majority of the people of America before its close It is an attraction t bat all Americans are pi oud of and justly so On account of its unexcelled rpgardsequipment the Louisville Hendersqn St Louis Railway better known as the Henderson Route has carried the majority of Kentuckion to bt Loiiis and have beyond a doubt been more instrumental in cQCtribuling to the success of the Fair than any other railroad iu this territory The Henderson Route is justly entitled to all tle praisethatIsb- eing showered on them as their train service is unqueFtionably the iinest operaed in or out of Kentucky acd their schedule if trams i more nearly maintained than on the mjj rity of toads For comfort in travel ard for the best ace mmodntions and safest train schedules theres but one thing to at all times keeu in itoitid get the Henderson Route routinginWbatsIn A Raffle it1comesit1 Co of Chicago discovered some years ago hv to u ke a salve torn Witch Haze that is a specific Cor pie For blind hle ding Itching and protruduiff Pius eczema cuts tarns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitls Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittd the genuine Sold by all druggists Yoa caniot cure piles by cxternaf application Any remedy to be f Itcct ivernust be applied inside right at the sent of the trouble ManZan is put up iii a collapsible tube with a nozzle so that Jt reaches inside and applies the remedy where it Is most iieeded MiiiZan strengthehs the bloodvessels and nerves so ttiat piles are impossible ManZan relieves the pain almost instantly heals soothes cools and cures Sold by Hay dons PharmtfcY I A Colt MM III RIS KidDBY3 A J cnneXe P201 Butler St Oh lea go write 1ani aswltchman and am out in all kinds of xrealhcr 1 took a cold which settled in my kidneys and I wasin badt shape I tried save ral advertised remedies with no bene fit until I jyas recommended to try roleysAzduey re Twutlnrds of tJbttleff me Sold by Wood p pr tVeavev Treatment Sjrnp pnrlTIei the Wood Cerate hall kla erooUOEl HUMOR OF THE HOUR May Fever The physician carried In his band a bunch ofartificlal goldenrodSIll play a Joke with this he said on a hay fevec patient And he placed the goldenrod in a vase oh his table In the hotel dining room The elderly colonell who sat beside the physician was the victim of hay fever and no sooner did he see the goldenrod tban he turned red with rageOf all the contemptible tricks I ever he began But a terrific sneeze Interrupted him He sneezed again and again irritating every one JUnk lug the windows rattle Tears coursed front his eyes and In the pauses of this paroxysm be gasped for breath Ofjall the contemptible he Cant ed Of thcnnachoo Aa- ochoo Aachoo Finally he could steak Take away that goldenrod he said to the waiter Just look at the spell It has given me Who put It there put it th re said the ijliyslclan You had little to do said the colo nel bitterly Look at the strito it tins put me in I1hen the physician and every one else at the table burst Into loud laugh ter It is artificial they cried In chorus artificial goldenrod You have sneez ed and gone on like this over a bunch of paper flowers The colonel seeing the Joke laughed himself The physician said In a con solatory voice Never mind colonel you are not the first hay feverlte this trick has fooled The fact Is I have never seen It taU yet Ineyltably In August If you putl artificial flowers before hay fever pa tlents they go Into terrific spells of sneezing being affected Justthe same as they would be if thq flowers were real Philadelphia BullctlnI A Wise Bird Boy Polly want a bit of cakeI IThe Educated Polly ErIs that an absurd attempt to engage ttie In conversation or a bona tide offer of refreshment Auction Sale of Town Lots ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 1 At 2 oclock pm eighteen oeau tiful lesidence lots fronting on Virginia Avenue a new wide streetrtn the center ot the resi derce portion of Springfield Ky one of the fastest growing arid bsst business towns in the State with fine school and church advantages The growth of the town is steady and substantial l it now has Electric Light and Ice Plant and a demand right now for 25 cr 80 more residences The lots we offer for sale are well located convenient to all partsof the town and every lot offered will be sold absolutely without any reserve orbjbuY This is an opportunity uever before given the public to pur chase desirable residence lolsin Springfield TruMsOne third cash balance in one two years interest front date with lien retained on Ithe property Jo secure deferred payments T SCOTT MAYES E A Cox J G MANSFIELD Cured Bribis BscGeo A Sherman Lisbon Red Milk Lawrence Co N Y writes I had kidney disease for many years and had been treated by physicians for 12 years had tanen a well known kidney medicine and other remedies that were recommended but got no relief until I began using Foleys Kidney Cure The first ball bottle relieved me and four bottles have cured me of this tet rftle disease Before I began taking tToleys Kidney Cure I hail to make water every fifteen minutes day and night and passed a brickdust sub stance I believe would have died if I had not taken Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by Wood lfi Campbell Notice Te Creditor t1Rt1 V- 3Eliza Spalding c v Deft By virtue of an older of the Washington Circuit Com t made and entered in the above staled1 case all creditors of the eitate of Jack Spalding are ordered t l pivduce and tIle their claims against decedents estate before SpringfiAldl1ly of October 1904 properly proven according to law M5 G LEACHMAN M C W C- CASTOmA C v I For ImfamU and Chilirea till KM YII Haw Always BMeMt Bears th- 8IguaturQ of WASHINGTON LETTER IIpeclal Corre8pondenceI Stevens who tins jJust been selected as diplomatic adviser to the department of foreign affairs of Korea la one of the most popular njen In Washington dlplomatledrdes It lIs well recognized that Miv Stevena till fOIlea post suclfalj no American has ever filled Nor ls any particular suvpriso manifested nt his selection Giving Jill due credit to the Japanese ministers who have served here men wltb tire well acquainted with his relations to Japanese diplomacy in Washington say that this diplomacy hag been that of Stevens rather than of the ministers themselves It tins not escaped notice here that one reason for his selection by the mikado has undoubtedly been that Japan proposes to do all possible to have this government as favorably disposed as may be award the com plete predominance of Japan in Korea The rental Appeal Cna c a It Is Expected the IIstrletcourt of up peals early In its approaching session will hear the case Involving August W IMachen tleorge tJ I jrcliz Samuel A Grotr null filller OI who were convicted before Justice Pritchard in the supreme court of the District on charges of having defrauded the gov ernment In vounectlou with the pur chase of postal supplies The defend mints are how at large on bull TIme rec omit In the ease has been made up and is one of the most volnmliibus ever filed with the appcllrttc court of the DistrictSpdecattuar Porto Jllcnn Dr Itoluudr llllklierho recently resigned his position us chief of thoI division of documents at the lIb 1ot congress to become commissioner of education In Porto Rico on appoint uncut of Tresidenf Roosevelt will short ly sail for that Island lie goes there to continue work which is already well established and not to introduce any radical changes or reforms At the same time he does not go there wholly without Ideas as to the most important of the steps that need to be taken Tile Sanitary Convention Surgeon General Wymaii of the pub lie health and marine hospital service head of time Internationa sanitary bu reau is taking steps to have the Unit ed States well represented at tlio see ond International sanitary convention of the American republics This will be held In Santiago time capital of Chile next March or April Dr Wy mau says there is every Indication time aInumerous distinguished body and that the gathering will be notable In 111tcrcitsIa statement showing that in the year Vlrculajon lawful money Increased 33028708 The Increase in July was 23Ql8Sr The circulation of this charactcir out standing Aug 31 of this year was 451U773SIn the mouth of August thlrtylclght1 national banks were chartered with u capital of yai000 Chanced I Same The Columbian university which under a special act of congress approv ed Feb 0 18t wits organized as an Institution learning with broad stud comprehensive powers has changed its name to the George Washington uni versity and as such will continue its work of highcr cducatiou in the Capital City The university recently purchas ed a new site containing about live acres fronting on the presidents park mmiedlately south oJ time White house and upon It and adjoining grounds to be acquired as necessity demands its new buildings will be erected IUatnarJuallhhagtoll There mire twentyfour statues In Washington mind several others are in various degrees of progress tmvapl completion Statues of General Mc ClblliTn and General Sheridan mire tin der cdutract anl designs are in prep aration for statue of Count Pulaskl Harou you Stcubcu General Ko3clusko Thomas Jefferson and General Grant Copper and TXplsold Notwithstanding there are rty placed where copper huts been or Is soon tq hQ used against typhoid germs In water time controversy over Its use with safe t Ubrhealth olllccr of Washington thilt he docs not regard It safe to treat the reservoirs of this city with copper Dtt Woodward has refuse to order that boats be r wcd over time rcsurvoiri dragging bags cantalnin hue vitriol tit time stern lie fays It lqnld bcdan geroiiH to the health of the ynOOOOpcor pie who drink the lotJiac yate whlci supporsitl to be elurged with the bacteria of typhoid from sewage nt Mount Savage Mdj whore forKov crzil weeks there has been ay epldemlfe of typhoid Lost Portrait Fonnd Time list of portraits of the secre tunes of the navy fr now compjetc For yeaw a qwvtt hum lioen ion fjr a missing portrait tf Gejrge IX Hndger head of thedcjnirtnjent underthe eider Harrison It was found time other day mixed up with a lot of punk In an old lumber room In our of time buildings at the Naval aeadcmy at AnnapbliH It been Irought here an will bo hung up fn time office with time portraits of other secretaries Iladgeivn native of North Carolina born in 1775 Was a fnan of marked Uilllly l1re litentUlH He Dimy With time return of Presi heist Uoose vet to Washlngtjn Sept Olt Is ex pected he will have little relaxation frouV hnril work fjr several months TIme only time he wilt leave hcreuigain tills fall will be to go to Oyster Bay to vote It is milikcly he will leave Washington nt time through the winter CVUh SCIIOFIELD The IlcHt Kind Dinks Where dill you speiul the sum mer Jinks Down at tire honda studyhi horticultureSBluks Wlmt could you learn about horticulture the beach JlnksWell I learned that sandy soil Is good for poaches Cincinnati Com mercial Trlbuiie A Certain Kind of Lover Bateuian You mean to say Miss Flicker has accepted youWiiy she already wears an engagement ring her huger f onI Bouncer Yes I know Itsa daisy That wus one of the inducements for me to propose dont you know It goes with her Boston Transcript Unanimity IuAh darling exclaimed Mr Iuv syck tll really do not understand wJint you see in me that your should love me 50IHow odd Georgd replied the girl Tbatb exactly what pa and ma are Saying Philadelphia Press J WOMAN AND FASHION Shows Finre1o Adiantcsrc Closely sheared zibeliuc Is used for this wooltcxnutumn frock The tight fitting coht ls double breasted aijd triuinjed with silk braid The maniish collar and small reybrs are of velvet NCW 1UTC1IN COAT also trimmed with braid Moth velvet and braid mire used tp rio ajlnlsldhg tpucli to tim5imiaimi coat sleeve Avlildj Is a feature ol the new fall coats Time walking skirt lil ten gored moJel with four plaits Intnfduccd nt each t flcii of the Button Buttons will Jcv conspicuous the coni lug full tnd winter as ornamental be cesjjorles Jo handsome toilets Some of the new Iretal buttons are sj made as to closely resemble delitate embrOid IrlcK on silken grounds A new yet tfevhediy old fashioned button likes those our mothers used to wear la coy led with silk tuftcdl with velvet of contrasting shuttles Indeed several of the novelties in button are remlnls cent of the preceding generation The IJIrcctolre Ilqf Time new dircctolre hat with 1ti high crown and pIctu CAjuo wide brim Is not forsmall woinr nor yet very tall olies tLc one ease time wearer poles extinguished by her lint and In tli0otli er slic Is apt to looi rmaxonhvn For women fin sjo Ihclcrf Qvci the nsturl five feet allotted theAnicylean tIle immt Is usually very dashing and becoming The LtttIc Touehii There is n fail whch ii beiiii carrIe out upon many of the new Jhnne c prcttlcst pDwiblo manner silk arc euilrJklere llby hand In dress trlmining These II1111Sjcjc should te twelve in mim about twelve Inches long d emit wedge slumped wltirfbp bjg end of tie wcjge fUt to a pont A Xovcl XlJI Ce No color Is iibv Attractive Jon time tliUlIi WASH rI1IOtrimmed with bands of Persian silk which Is much red and worn with a plain red sash The style of the gar laeiit Is peculiarly desirable and be l nfmtl time empire suggcstJo suits presont stylcfii t3 a nicetyt To niakc it for a woman of median slrc will le nJiuinnl eight yards o liatcrhil IttVIutyemt seven hirer quarter yards tLrtytwo or six arl f rtyfourt liule wldcv wlth one and lf yards of siJk for bands and tTfrc and a unit yards of ribbon fomsaslu Gun Jletnl Silk Gun mctnl silk Is one of the fashlor cbc materials for dVMg6rsths se ton When shot with white an trimmed with rich white lace it make an Imposing costume Draped Dodlee Tao use of drapery cross the trot cc the bailtce distinguishes many vcr smart cojttuues A Coat it Many Shape A Cape Town tailor 1ms Invented a coat that can lie turned at will Into a fVock morning or evening dross coat The fhufee Is effected lytlie user of detachable inlcrchniigoablc skirts whtcli are fastened to time body oftho coat by an ingbnijits system of lacing It is claimed that in two minutes a man can change il frockcoat Into n morning rtDat or a dress coat by whip plng ot one 11ifor skirts and lacing oil smOther and it is Impossible to tits tinguish Jitci Joining IJmllu ordinary sunt TlC es Garclte if jxlcrj of n Ilitttlcdair At the I attle of Jena ttime standard of the 1ttjitvii nt of PriiKsian Ins snS wnjc captured by time French and the trappy bat rctontly bren discov ered by cfluvtnr t PotsIftint in an oll erIosty top Time purchaser 111t JIl elft Ofthcxtamlrrl to Em pt1n riWIHiaHltoh1 Instituted an inqtslfy ai t Iww Itl llirt tills stand nrl ivhih vus atpturel on Oct 14 1805 Iv the lravsnf Marnlml LnniKi to h IP ds Dvpfo4 n lrnJf l rmeflt ycrs cr Irt r cL nL IIIsTuR1Agetab- 1ePrcparaiioarorAs IL slmUating ihcFoodandllcgula thugtheStomaclsaMBowclsofPromotes ness and RestContains neither OpiumMorpluine norlinerdl NOT NARC OTIC Joldi1swzM7r1i 1hcvefi8etIS d5zLceid t JIinnDtf ii a5viak- 5n1Vld5Iv IGnlfrml J tI9Wft mw1 Aperecl Remedy rConslip StomafhDiarrhocaWorms ncss and Loss OF SLEEP FacSixnitc ignaLureo- INEW YORK Atbnunthfo old JJD l JJ11iI EXAT copy oS WRAPPER FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Piillman Observatiori JsParlor Cars Diiiing Cars and Sleepers I Onthe Popular HEND35RSON ROUTE Between LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS the WEST aid- SUTHWESTIf you want to tra lon the Sol dComrL line apt the Henderson Habit Its a good habit p acquire Ask the agepfc for this routing Jhnjptirasing Jour f tickets i i IIlIL 6ePsmemteAdeut t Ii MfiBETI Paaencer Aiezt LOUISVILLE Ki I j J tlcn I1H If yvjvint to iiiliijsioJh resportabt society sajdvtli j iiIaiMct mud rasli Ike dirt bat rtf your ovbs ILlo p tato LbinKlIiiii Skinned tokl- Teu Evdy with iuv oyv In their prevent iondltjon Siti1ihei 6tjrto I cU1f1c you cu eaanjrli tDUniow that IIiomt tant ta inlulin your Kjticly Im nott innshcl on niitling iitQjJ hill licul an J no bndns Tle rtousj irwinwhllc Jinvhjjr in part la tle caitroivcrsy VeomhieJ cojli t Joi Wn o Ilpr ouIkiloj IInst Jitnilrfy Xi rIoVDwly affeuilptl anl dLssuKtvl irier Iucer The iltovi Mr M jvtt I1uightlyAism 1 slialJ have th tcliny wife that Its a gpndllOle oii tor She toitontil rL tie way houcj foin church jihat tiiora jug thht tloro jwasirt 11 mtn In the an UlnetThp Itrhl the slightuU atten 4ii twimi UJrtiuj iVti t tIMy Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many phySIc ana Jay heart dlseaao can be cured Dr lilies KeW Heart Curo has permanently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief In tho medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It hits proved Itself unique In tho his tory of medicine by beIng so uniformly successful In curing those diseases Nearly always one of the first slqns of trouble Is sllbrtncss ofbrealh Whether ItT conies S a result of vralfcns or running up stalrg or of other aicmiiscm If tim heart Is unabhoto meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powersthere- is something wrong With It ThO very bct thins you can do is to tako Dr Milts New Heart Cure It will go to tho foundation of tho tray ble nnd make a permanent euro by jtreneUienlns and renewing the norvcs I know thnt tr Miles New Heart CuroJs a great remedy For a number or years suffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and pains In my left side Fpr months nt a time I would bo unable to lie on my left side and If lay flat on my back would near smother A friend advised using Dr Miles New Ilcrrt Cure which I did with coed results I began to Improvo at onc after taking several bottles of OJnnd Cure tho pains In my side and other symptoms vanished I arn now entirely well All those dreadful smothering spells ar a thIng or tho pasLF P DKAIvE Mlddletown O Tf tho first b t1e docs not help you the druggist will refund your money FREE Write to us for Freo Trial Packao of Dr Miles Antl Pain Pills vthoi New Sclentmc Remedy for Pain Als Symptom Blank Curt Specialist will waffnoso your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right ree flit MILES MEDICAL CO LAlJORAT01UE3 1LIUIAflT WD it T t f Iii CATOR4 For Infants and Children The Kind YouuHayo I Always Bought j v i tBears theI 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