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I I FTIS r 1 i i i j t J OQ A yir f r s f OTPSOl kBC BOBUITi J JJlM- WIsBfiompsonrCo I S3 r UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS r f r1 Carry in stock all kinds of Fo era snpplleg PHONE 531 J OUR DIRECTORYr SPRINGFEIfI county seat of Vtasiington County 52 miles south roast ofJtcxton 59 miles from LouisvUlc onjiifiardstovrn branch ol aLouisvillet frawgand agricultural district Two Batiks telegraph and telephone tines express office flour mills lumber ranis Popuatioti 11K population county Representative in Congress Hon D fIe Smith Hodgenville Ky 1 Representative in Keutucky Legis iature Hon W D Claybrooke a ieprescntativ e in State Senate Honor Harry Lancaster Lthanoii Ky J County rectory CIRCUIT COURT Circult ourtlllbegins on the fourth Mandav In February May and Octo I b5f RillV Durhani bnimOn vealth At Ctrney1F jirf Campbell Clerk J7 eaclman Masttr Commis- soair t r v C rc1 QUUTCY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third ft kCouday in eadl month 4B If I4tsc Judge COUNTY COURT County Cvirt meets on the fourth Monday in e ch mouth Bil Utsey Judge 7Cy F Booker County Clerk yt tr T S Mayes County Attorney George at1elt Jailer ByroiiKJroakc Sheriff Richard Isham Sidney Osborne RH Mullican Deputies Ed Masters v JamesF Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor T P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasure 4 1J M Montgomery COroner J WBosb Supt of Common Schools P 0 springfield CITY COURT I JamcsRNoe Police Judge y jVm JMV Miriuli W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT iii tice Courts are held in JanuarY r Aptil July and October l hiirch Directory f METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Sundays in each l mouth at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 atn pfy smeetingevery Wednesday i night i CATHOLIC CHURCH tt Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser Viccs every Sunday at 8and1O oclock I amoScrvices at St Rose same hours r CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service tfecond arid fourth Sunday in each 1onJl1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ReV T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am l indat 7 pm Snnday school every Snnday aj lOam Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock k APTIST CHURCH V ZRC1fr Wm rtarriflon Williams Pastor l Preaching every SnnCqy at l1a m and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday at9i30 am Prayer meeting jvcry Wednesday everting at 8 oclock It Fraternal Ordeas MASONIC LQDGR SprIngfield lodge p No SO meets first and third Mouday iqeach month Vasbm ton R TA Chapter Kot 57 Wets every second Tuesday Springfield Council Joi2 meets on 3 even tOurth Monday KNIGHTS of TIIBMACAHEES Meet ii IJjtiA iii 5r criiiron J sssSsSSSSSS AN1I f J1tIS1LVERI I I V TRUSS ii I V Zalr LICHTII 88I YlwlCaGIY 8 wvv c vvs Yti sale by GJ on hat awfBlfrinding scabbing pain Mdlcit fro itbi kidneys A 4o f fPmewtes will cure It over sifk UcHles is a new discovery prtnp iaa ntw was A dUJghlfol Mel and specific for all Kidney 0 ii adi t ube fold by Hay U a rmg Wt1roWW WWWiroiJij1iW 6i i 3 A ROUND Of TllLIIli MJA Gq Jw l4M Tlie VilJab S chool 11McLnndbargb Wilson in the Ne York junl Within the village sqhool room now I4ok with respectfuleye j The wingless imp wbo went down foo iMayThat weeper overaiaj times six May track the unkjioua sans That sprite who fitep the spitbail iow May train the nations guns WHO stuck that pin upon the chair May shake a tyrants throne The swapper of the jjacfeknife here Uncounted millions own That pothook wrestler inkbegrimcd May write on Glorys ppe Who stutters See trie Cat may proye The mouthpiece pfi his age While en the other iidc the aisle Above it all they lord Those pigtailed angels will tc boli- 1ncntIveandrewird fl UNNINGHAM fThe follow vJL ing from the Nashville Daily News shop how another jingj Clelland T Cunningham a wellknown young man of this city has been tendered the clair of English and History at the Southern Presbyterian College at Clinton S C He will leave tonight to aCentthe jjoaition Mr Cunningham iis a native of Springfield Kyj In 1900 he graduated from PolvinsAcade my at Springfield and entered i Central Universif in 1901 After taking one year at this universi tyhe matiic late f atyanderbilt in the academic department He took a course of Wo years and early in the present year quit college to accept a position with the Brandon Printing Company with which lie has since been connected He will return to the University next year to take up the study of law Mrbiin nirgham is a speaker of ability and contested twice for the E A Young medal at Vanderbilt He also took part in veralJ oratorical contests at Central l University Mr Cunningham is but 22J years of age but has already been tendered chairs at several Southern schools itoAD PitAtJTipis Whit Ihas B I1gottenmbn spectacle but which is nevertheless a distressing ones the sight of so many young men of the c cpmmunitysome mere boystobdeen under the influence of liquor on certain occasions This is particularly true of young fellows from the country who cpmeHo town on county court and other public days aid who feel that they must load up on aU the whisky they can get and start hone in a state of wild hilarity or else get nabbed by an officer before they larethese youngsPQitsappear too feel that they tire at the very e pinaclepf g1ory when they can get a fair star tj towards home after a day in ijpwn and give a cheap imitation bf the desperado by running their horses firing pistols and lemittnlg unearthly yells much jo tl id discomfort oft s unfortunate resildnts along the i road It should be the duty of tt every good citizr ij to spot just such offenders and aid the officers of the law in bringing them td account A few stiff tines judiciously adJPini iired will go a 7long ways towards tarningsoine- tof these wild youngsters 1Lr flITY ELECTION Some inter Vi est has boen aroused in the f election of town officials which iS1 to take place at tIle reguldr elec tion next month and one ticket had been organized and is in the field with a possibility 5f an iother one being launched before the election cOln s off There will be some important matters to be handled by the Mayor and Board of Couhcilmen as they will be known under the govern ment of a city of the fifth class 8It is therefore important to the citizens and taxpayers of the town that ood men be electedj We want men who have thewelI fare of the town at heart and wbo consider iits prosperity above 1aU elsp Men who have ny axes to grind or Who wisb office for the sake of working for the interests of any corporation or iindividual should be turned down vIt will probably be best for the interests of the town should a contest develop It will serve to arouse the interest of the voterin the election and put him to considering the merits of eachh candidate A Mayor and six councilmen are to be elected s N DEMAND Thatrealestate X in Springfield is in demand was exemplified at the sale of build ng lot on the new street Virginia avenue which has just been opened The lots were rather small and in a new add tion to the townyet they sold as highi as24p each and seme br the choicest vere not offered for sale It is expected that building operations will begin pretty soon on the new street and the tpvn is td commence grading the street itself in a short time r SaY TWOFrODl JJealh Our lithe daugbter bad at almost fatall attack of tflicpphig couga ani brouchitis writes MrsaW K Haviland of Armink N Nbut when all other rcm dies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our noibe who Lad consumplion iu an advanced stage also used this wonderfulmedicine apd lo day she is perfectly well Des perate tbi oat and lung dispases yield to Dr Kings New Discov cry as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for coushs and colds 50e and SI bottles guar anlee1 by C J Hay don druggist JriaL 8otttes fl ee tttlows Tft We offerpne hundred Dollars Re ward foa any case of Catarrh that cay not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHEFEY CO Toledo 0 We the iindcrsigiiec have known F henej for ihe last l ryears ad be lieve him pet fectJy honorable in all business transactions and iiiiancially bleto carry Out any obligations mrfdc by his firm Walding Kinnan Maryur VhpIesale DruggistsToledo 0 halts Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfTccs of the svstcm Testuuonias sent free Price 7Sc per bottle ISotd bJaH druggists Take Hallslinjily Pills for coilstipation Notice To Creditors r ashirglon Circuit CourL Prestpn Prather Adm etc pill vvs II Martha Jane Kcddix etc Defts By vjrtueof an order of the WashingWnCirouit Court made and entere 1 in the aboye styled case all creditors of the estate of Sarah Francis Young are ordered to produce and file Jheir claims agiinst decedents beforeI mb at my office in Springfield on br before the I6th day f October 1904 properly prov n according to law M G LEACHMAK M CjAvO C Powerful Stream Mr John Tomlinson has found a well in the Grove on the out kit of Lawrenceburg which is attracting the attention of philosophers Until a few years ago the well was a poor pjio furuishing only a meager amount of water Recently it has been supplying Wilt rvfor everybody in the neighborhpod andmoin da saowhen a- nffortas made lo coan it out a discovery was made The walls pf the well are constructed of brlcd and are very massive It was found thata river regulur ws runrrng in the bottom of the well at great velocity To was furthermore seen that the bricks are absolutely resting on the iswift water and should the flow cease timE walls would tumble down as at presentthey are kept up by the sTift current of the stream similar th manner in which watertnay ba retained in abuck t when thrown around rapidly in the air The water is so swift that the bricks cannot move downward the least particle and therdfore cannot be moved awiy from the e rth by Lthe current Mr Joe Searcy the popular mail man saw the pjbll when tie process cf cleaning was oinj cn Anderson News BblNCOE II I As we have not had a letter fomeIcolumns cf the dear OfdN LEADEK C WS1 Miss Susie Blanfcrdand auntI Mrs Jack JJlanfurd are visiting the family of Mr C R PIia treau Misses Prudie and Ethel Cam brorl gave a Locial last Sunday night in honor of their bitfidayi i A large crowd attel report a good time S- MUs Alma Fi4svisitcdhcir cousin Miss Mary R se Fiejjls at Mclntire who is vary iHlbf typhoid fever Rumor says we are to have a wedding soon Listen for those wedding bills Mrs C R Filia treau who has been pn the sick list is improving A god ram fell iasSundayI riigtit whiclj was this section for water was scarcer than was ever known Welis and ponds that werenever known to fail went dry ard people were driving their sock for miles around to thd creek acd river While en route to the social given by the Misses Cambrori i last Sunday night one you gI gentleman had the misfortune 10 overturn his buggy plitingI both him and his Udy friend but luckily DO OHO was hurt and they went cn to the sociall and enjoyed it to their hearts content Miss Catherine Curtsinger is visiting her cousin Miss Lunette Burnett Mrs John Eilelen who iis otlthe sick list is improving Our school is closed this week on account of our teacher going to the Worlds Fair andilittleLebanon this weekJMr Miles Smith has sold his farm to Mr Dick Dod on ol Woodlawn und Mr Tom Beam Bear Creek Price 15000 Goiif1ons ofaPrwJI sIvt wntus For 12 years 1 suffered afromaSUlItliUO triedlIJI sorts of inedciimef t but fotLo ieli 1 lr ilIIbi gunt the u3o ufEkCtric nittrfrs aid t el ithat I am nov cunduf a dis ease that had me in its graptt tot ttwelve J JsTF1 yu want reliable raediciue fur Liver and Kidney trouble1 stcmach disor EtecLnc eCOceOfManr IIl TisdalC of Sun merton S Ciiitsullercd for twenty years With the Piles Specialists wero employed and mail y remedies used but relief and permanent rood was found only in I the use of DeWItfs Witch Hazelg Salve Thfs is only one of the manyC many cures that have beon effected by this woriderful t remedy In Lung Witch Hazel Salve it isonlynecessary to Bee that you get the genuine Dc Wilts made byE C DeWtt Co in Chicago and a curc iis certain De Witts Witch Hazel Sal ve cures till kinds of piles cuts burns bruises cC Ijma tetter ring wOrm skin diseases etc Sold by ell druggists POP Sale Privalely Huvipg decided to retire from i busirsloff r for sale my tostory busirfcsi house 24x50 ft i with 10 ft shed warero m full length alsol my stock of goods consisting of Furniture Notions Groceries Stoves and stove utensils iit voice 1000 to 1200 ak my two story dwelling 7 rooms large hall above and below meat house wash house hen house new barn good cistern and extra good milk bouse Lot It acre3 Can be bought reasonable THOS J GRAVES 2mcs V 4 Mack ille Ky Jas Tilylor of K ndallvllle Ind was seriously diseased with kidney and bladder rouble for 20yecrs He tested every known remedy without iiuch benefit until he used Pinenles This nev discovery cured him and Mr Taylor advises all persons suffer ine front kidney or bladder trouble to jret a bcttle of PJreules at once Sold by Haydons Pharncacy rings Dyspepeia Tables cure indi gestion dyspepsia and strengthens the stomach Sold jy I aydons Phar mac TOf BOER WAR The Biggest Attraction of the Wcrlds fair A Marvelous Produclin p T 1I If Iwere asked to descntje the theILouisIana Purchas1 Expos t nlI would answer tha t jt cant done What the imagination cannot compass words cannot portray Iu the way of nter taininent itis as far ztheadofI tbelExposition desessors Is conception is a triumph pf geniu its setting a work of tragic art its cxecution a climax of f scinating and captivating entertainment By comparison the exhibitions of the Roman Gladiators were tame and modern shows of ihe wild west pale into commonplaced I could te1of the grand entree in which are represented platoons of marching infantry regi ments of dashing cavalry and companies of maneuvering farm lery I might describe the iiotly contested races between different nationalities and J could possibly give m wordsa faint idea of the dancing horses the wild antics of the Zulus and the treki ing of the Boers with their oxen muksl and ponies and real Boer wagon but these are incidents merely preliminary to the battles which are the real show It is the fighting struggles lto the death and dead and dying all around that bring lumps to the throat tears to the eyes a ml cause the audience when all is over to relieve its pent upemo ions by cheeI upon chopr as lusty and as loud as ever grpeted rue hero It i is given to few to witness a real battle All can sea the battle of the Boers qnd it isso perfect an imitation lat oid sol diers see itand feel Lat they are at war again But as though the Manage ment feared the fighting was not sufficient to impress the audienc with a sense of realism superior to any other entertainment on earth thej introduce the real- oldiers l and the real officers from the armies that but a short time go were shedding real blood iia making real history in South Africa General Viljoen he of Uqer Vur fume is a conspituous liijure on the Boer side in al the tig ting and the surrender of Geneial Cronje the real Immortal Cronje one of the most fai mOUE men ald Generalsrthat South America has produced to General Lord Roberts aft0r the fateful battle of Paardebu g re- nacted here in all its fearful vividness is a scene that p rriesl one to the seat of recent great events ard makes him forgjt that is a show he he is witnessing and not a great tragedy the drama of real life Ali in all the Boer War tl1eI reatest the most interesting the most realistic the most tragI c shoW on earth at this UmcC Imagine all the exciting and capI tivating events that were ever conceived or devised for the en tertainmect and diversion Ofl man from the beginning of time to the present conceive ofthemC all in one and you will still nQtC have in your mind ap rfbrmance that equals hi consuming interest tile spectacular and thrilling cenes that are tnaced by eali actors at the Boor VaCIn icply to a query as to his impressions pf the Boer Ware hibit Hon JA Filcher one of Ager To be sure you are growing old But why llet everybody see it in your gray hairjKeep your hair dark and postpone age If you will Hair Vigor IIyourII yquth Sold for 60 years I am now orer M TvFI 01dlaDd I baIa thick glossy beau or long b a wonder to every oni who seal It And not a rrall1a1r alldi1 jI1N a bottli o JOJLTKKCO Aidru Ijomtll Maw ltlfOl White HairIUTtL- J 1the Commissioners from Califor nia to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and who has represented his State in all Domestic and foreign Expositions for the last ten years and has seen most of the attractions of the world voluntarily wrote the above CDllSllfflD1iYS hag rotorti Incipient consumption is cur J Foley Honey and Tr but we do not holdout false hopes to consumptives- tby claiming that it will cure this dread ftthei gone FoleYsj tistopsi ti Inflamed air passages giving the a chance to heal and even in the advanced nf1ff 8 ares It gives comfort and re IliefArkIVr Honey is the best preparation for coughs and lung trouble i know thatit has curt consumption In the first stages Sold by Wood Campbell kLoigLtte Would not inter ft you if youre lookirg for a guaranteed salve for sore burns or piles Oto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes suffered with an uglyspre for a year huta box ot Bucklens Arniei Salye curtd me Its the best salyp on earth Hoc at CJHaydons drugetore Cannon EH 7 B Taylor 1 prominent merchant of Chreivman Texas 81YSuI could not eat because of a weak stomach r lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope of recovery vanfah ed Hearing of some wonderful cures effected tly the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try iL The first bottle benefitted me aRId after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia ICare digests what you eat and cures Sod liy all druggist PublicS lo Oh itime premises 9 miles east Springfield and 2miles weSt of Mackvillp on the Mackville and Springfield turnpike I will sell at public sale on THURSDAY OCT 133904 TUb farm part of which is known as the Nunan trac coil tainng 160 acres farm Mn good state of dultivalidn well watered good fenciog Place has on it new frame house new barn all out bUilding new 1 good tenant house a good barn 60x70 It a good stock or tobacco barn This is a yrylesjraq1 stock farm convenient ttoschool and church 1 will aboatthsametime and plaesell the following stock farming implements etc Two good brooJ mares 2 good suck ling colts oe by Chestnut Dar f2 good Shorthorn cows giving milk 2 good Jersey heifer one rpgisteed boto in mUle 1 extra Jersey heifer calfsubject to reg ister 2 good Shorthorn calves 1 registered Puland1 Chna boa 1 registered Poland China sow 2 good gilts subject to register one sucking pigs 5 good gilts sijme with pigs by side 2 good stock hogs and 113 shoats weigh about 60 pounds 1 Deeringbinder been run t vo seasons good as new 1 disc wheat drill 1 disc harrow good as new I twohorse wtgonJ 1 set of wagon gear complete 1t spring wagon buggy and bar ness 1 cutting box 1 grass seedt sower 1 Oliver Chilled plowlj l double and single shovels find other farming implements household and kitchen furniture The fat m cau be divided into 05two t acres with neR house the other containing 125 acres The faim villbn sold a jja whole thjeh ingItotbehlghE TERMSAll urns under 10 cash in hand over that 6 months d note bearing 6 per cent mlerest negotiable and payable in Pen pIes Deposit Bank Springfield Kv Terms on lacd bnethird cash balance in one two and three years witK lein retained on land until paid C M TUMEY So Mi Campbell Auctioneert The Oripal ItHoneyIt IEremedyIE many for the genuine Ask for Foleyal U eyatid Tar and refuse any sub stitute offered as no other preparation will give tbe same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains uoiopiates andiis safest for children and d lEatc pAre 6cs Sold by Woodt CanipbellI stt EyRiJy atnout Mttlff oltto L ft t 1JBaking Mks Clean Bread rt LWith Royal Baking Powder there iI 4 no mixing with the hands no sweat of the trowvtPerfect cleanhqessgreatestI facility weet cl nhalthfuI foo 4 l tFull instructions in cc j Cookbookand cakewith Royal Baking Powder Gratis to any address 100 ST tffftfar WMUrti iltf mnw li tiI III Or LOCALiNTEREST QQAtL1uuzn f1 11DOUBLE WEDDINGA double wedding will take place at St Josephs church Bardstown Tuesday October 18 The con tracting parties are Miss Ohle Catherine Coomes and Mr John Anthoney Mullaney and Miss Susie palstead Coomes and Mr Leonard Davis Baker The brides elect are sisters daughters of the late Bowman Coomes and are attractive and ppu1ar young ladies Mr Mullaney re sides in Louisville and is a valued ExpressCompany of the late Judge William Baker of Springfield and iis a well known dealer in fine horses The wedding will take place at noon VeryRev C J OCorfnell offi ciating The ushers nibe Messrs James Mullaney and Benedict Baker brothers of the grooms Immediately after the ceremony the newly married couples will leave on an extended trip thrQugh the South Tpon their return Mr and Mrs Mul faney will reside in Louisville and Mr and Mrs Baker will maketheir home in Springfield To l Eco IE A NUNJiss Edith Price one of the mdst beautiful and attractive of Springfields young girls has decided to devote hqr life to her elm C i and cast aside all worldly thoughts and ambitions With thajiend in view Miss Price has enCered thetiovitiate at St Cath aboutleighteen for taking the veil Miss Price was a member of the graduating class at St Catherine in 19b3 and isi a young lady with host of friends ana admirers INTERESTINGThe protract ed meeting which haS een in progress atthe Christi n Church for about ten days is growing in jnterest daily Rev Geo W MiUsJof Hustonville is doipg the preaching and his sermons are interesting and instructive The meeting will continue through this week4nd perhaps longer Cause of LocHaw Lockjaw or teUnofl is caused by a baciluB or germ which exists plentiful ly iin street dirt It is inactive so long is exposed to the air but when car ried beneath the skin as id the wounda caused by percussion caps or by lusty nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity al1dpro duceslhe most virulent poison known These germs ma7 be destroyed and all angerof lock av ayoided by applying Chamberlains Pali Balm freely a soon as the Tnjnry la received Pain Balm igan antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like injuries to hal with out maturation and ip one third the time required by the usual treatment It is for sale by Haydous drugstore a WANTEp Industiiou jjnan or woman as permanent repfesenta ire of big manufacturing corn pany to look after its business in this county and adjjoining territory Business successful Sn3 established Salary 120 weekly and expenses I Salary paid EfIE peHeuce not wsential En- clloSe elfiiddre sed envelope Genera Manager Cono Block Chicago prDa4 JitiJi Live Pills are WveriU v Sold bj HaydoBa Phir uucy fLelaN Licas t From The Falcon Time crowd here Monday to attend tIt circus is variously est mated to be from 15000 to 20000 T people and it is the general COnr ment of all that it was time mcsl orderly crowd ever gathered tcl ether cfInature hapjieneddur ing the day and only 16 arrest were made most of which were for plain drunks Not a case of robbery was reported Our police department was assisted 9tDanvillel Dodd of Bowling Green dhap pel of Rowland Holan of Lbui yulei besides five extra borne men who wereput on for the occasion J 4 Mr Walter Darringer and Miss Marion MannaudA1rTurn r Derringer and Miss Myrtle Mainr formed a double wedding party who were married at noon Won i day by Dr A S Moffett sGhome in this city The grooms are brothers and reside in Wash ngton county while the brides are sjsters arid were residents p f this county They are popular young people antFbave the best wishes of scores pf friends Some party or pdrties ara liable to get themselves into serious trouble within a very short lime Saturday night seVv fior eral rural mail boxes on the road between here and Springfield were either destroyed or miitilat ed so that they canMotbe further 1 useu Among boxes injured are J those o Messrs R L Hurnpbre x George Thompson C A WilSon andWill Olarkson and it is 11ievedthatj affair as it will have to be cn swered for before the Federal court and when yOu begin to interfere with Uncle Sam hehas nq mercy until the crimej fs avenged tp the full extent djtime law v f PF1d1iL Rlecli IJillla DoCialia No matter which candidate 4s elex ed Foleys Honey Tar wiJEBeiul dYIcoupdonvents pneomOniaU A Nusbatfwt Batesvllle Tad writes saflfered for three months with a gere cold edtlcinems yet Iclid iiot iniprovc 4ij tried Foey d Honey and fatistiRht doses cured me Sold by moti Campbell y i iIBror lito ills lloasc S Le QuTnii of C ivendish TTt WRS robbed of Ihi eustpmtrj Health by invasion of cbrQwic i constipation When Dr ZincsjPiTJ i SJhOUseuow he is entirely curecTliejrtv guaranteed tPcurtXScs at G JHtydons drugstore f lilY 1olrrsl a libfMtsPiiaser cif UordOya JowJUSTt ORe of my cljUa etiwassiibjcctlt croup of a severe typeaid the fiylcj of ChuJberraln Coti h ItcMiMry prgwptl always brcwfh reNaimothers In tldi neirhborWod lHii Iiothe4nie aa I do about this JSbMljb 4rianl iiq 4hcr khsdfor tbir t i dreis5 Fisale bj IIayeis djaStQrC IIIJ 8Ul r Uts Wo 3I- T r THE NEltS LEADER7 v- w L L THE NEWSLEADER ItniLMUD VMY TMUMDAT SIfA YEAIN ADVANCE I t SPJHNGFIELD KY 1 t B L DAVISON Jr tMo AJt SLtSKXR in 1 TecIl or It1tS notices 10 cenU per Ii t sack eqit feiiUo tlsraatlWaw and politicalmatter 8NS perlin e Job work s ee at low rates but cash ust ke paid delivery of goods A wtUI f contracts made on liberal rsiu JMtaar to and wolutiqns of cf3 u perlhw A1tOOrlzsn caL7 Magrate3 2SO C UHtyOHcen 500 ptitrLetO ees THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1904 For Circuit Judge I We are authorized to announce t LR THURMAN afS candidate for the office 0 Cfrcui JuJge of this the Eleventh Judicial V alstrlct composed of Washington Marion Taylor and Green counties subject to the action of the Demo cratic party If Nearly 28000 votes wefr registered in Louisville Tuesdayrthe I Itemocrats showing a loss and- Y thern Republicans a gain as coni 1fpred with the previous year Ehe new law requiring the pre sentation of a certificate to each voter prevailed The total reg i tli atin was but slightly less than for the first two days of last year Former Senator David B Hill 4q L delivered a political speech be c fora tin Constitution Clubsof y Albany N Y The address was devoted to an attack on the msthods pursued by President Roosevelt in connection with the Panama canal- S i Ppstmaster General Payne Jed at Washington The cause of death as stated m the official b illetin issued by the attending I physicians was disease of the mitral valve and dilation of the h art Jffe 8iecl without a strug I gle WiHisbur4 d Well I dont see why we cut respondents dont put in our ap peatance oftener unless it nap been too hot for us But no v is the cool airumn flays hav3 come let Us cheer the old NEWSLEAD ER up and write oftener Claud Cheatbam left for Chica goTteday to engage in bufp ness Lester Gibbs and sister Miss 0 I Maybel hive returned to Har rodsburg having spent a aeek hone durtrK the Institute Mrs Mary Poulter of Bards 1owu speut several days with her sister Mrs Sue Merntt last week John Glass aed family of Louis it vile spent last Saturday and Sunday with W S Gibbs and Orfamiy i Misses Nora Sims and Mayrae Merrill visUeft friends in Chap eoin last WeE ke MrBudly and wife of Far rodsbutgand Mr Elkton and wife of Lebanon spent last Thursday night ihh Mrs Josephite Sutherland Mrs JeroraevWells has return fed Jfclt Danville after atwo weeks stay with Mrs Wm Seay BPSssr f iifhq Hillsboro baseball team came over and played our hon Saturday fecore20to 12 iti favoi of our boys Comp over again boys 3 N Cull and family of Kirk wood spent Sunday with R- Oheatham and family Edg r Mjy i3 and wife of An jlljp0redunty spent Sunday with HirtwellE herlngtjn James Pinkston of PonM1 Ill has returned home after a pheasant stiy with relatives in this connty A new theory that is proving sue- cessful in the Cure of Coughs Lung and nroBchiaraffections lIn offered EeeV Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy cuts th mucus heals theI mjiubranous Using ofthq IBUJS aad bronchial tubs wards off PneuMunia ttid atreagthcns the ays tcM geaefally Croap and Whooping Coufch disappear before its use iI1HfGre the suHahine of Spring ItJi pleasfat Soldby Maydons Pbar IM1 t v I lud tliiiif lietttr for liver dn TaMtfvwcHfc and coMipation thae LiverlJjI1 for sMii fejrrHardwi drtifstore rId ppsk Cir i SM fjiiMl Wt 0g riUW JiinWi W mw iiOO vfiiW6SW c News From The County 4 i J 1tfappelil Among the County People III GorepondentsSEllUI1 I1J1J1J uiu lAnrlMA aOoJUl D QDn j j MOQRESVfLLE I7 I Since our lat there has been born tothe wife of E A Bobfitv an8lbson Mr James Truax was elected school trustee iin District No 20 Faimw W 1 1 Mr Wallabe Seay has sold his 3fOOjossession Walter Wilkinson s IldS his tract of Ja nil td9 Jellon liydanne for900 Possession given Janu ary 1st 1905 Mrs Eilella Goatley fraye a birjhilay dinner last Monday QuiLe a crowd was present most Ily ladies All erjoyod them selves On Sunday October 2 1904 the ileattiiof Aunt Hannah Curt singer occurred She died of heart dropsy she was 68 yes of age Her remains wine in terred in the Parser Curtsinger cemetrryj Mrs Charley Butler is very lifof typhoid Jeer as isaisoi XiiflV Sarah Frances Settle dangnVripf T J Settle We r hope th Ymay both soon te1 dover r Sorghum niakingi is all the at preeni All c rrhas been cut and tobacco housed Farm rd liavo commenced to sew wheat andrye MrEG Boblitf aad wife were here last Monday to attend the funeral of Aunt lianujh Curtsinger Mr Ben M Pile and two daughters Misses fall jo and Emma were in Louisville the first of ihe week Mrs Flpra Sweeney of Chap tin is visiting friends here Mr Wahlon 14eh rson and sisters Misses Julia arid Bessie of Woodlavn attended church at New Hope We were sorry to hear of the illness ot Miss Pearl Lynch at Springfield Mr Heary Wells ofTathara Springs visited Mrs SamYocum last her Miss Bettie Reedof VVopJlawu visited her sister Mrs Will Sweeney last week I MackyUIc j itJIR Hajrmon DId a house andllotb containing four acres to Will Arnold at 1050 Possess ion Koveniber 1st J S Vatts o1U100acres of land to Chulrlie Ruby t1200 Possession January 1st Irvin Males bought a small faijm containing tSO ceres of James Harm n at 1700 Bole Mayes sold 50 barrels or corn at 24i delivered at galh ering time Brown and Bo tom bought a bunch of calyeI of Dan Thomp son at 15 each MissMalvenia Wycoff enter tained the J ungpeopIein a must charming manner at a ma quera do sociut Iat Thursday evening r Reuben Bottom jsold a twoI year old staJiou to J rDonaff van formerly pf CornishvUle but UPw of Illinois at 819G comblDCdj9Y Vill Bottom sld a bunch f 10lbshoatsat4Ac Lawrence Wjalkersoid a bunch of 90lb shoots tjat 4tc and bought a bunch pt 175lb h ogs at 5cf Rev W T Oveijstret t assstcd by Rev T DJ Larimer Spring ffield conducting an interesting meeting tat Prsbyteiian church t hihet Rey R L Pur lom will begin a meeting at tie JBabiist church October 17th tfej wjill be assisted oy Rev W M istailings qf Smith GroeI jj Married on thej2dj at the ileMlaenryrhdies Rev WJ Lancey OSi ciating We extend icongratma Lions toldi t r mon at 8100 also one 8 year old horse to Charlie Ison at 75 Hillsboro News is scarce this week but we will try and IurQIsh the Npws LriAEER the best county paper inlhe State witfra few happeniBgs t istconductithis week at New Fairmount Jas Settles bought a small farm Jrom Squire Duncau at Fenwibk for 000 uud a piece cf Jand from J M Janes for25j jI perace F N Shewmakersold 13 head of 1400lb steers to Will Graham at 4c p r pound Oscar She maker will lleave tMonday for Louisville where be will enter the Medical University for his second year Oscar is very bright and promising joung man tnd Ihis many f iends here wishhim unlimited success J M Janes of FenwIck was here Monday soliciting tobacco forthe Growers Company He is ee jl1gwithgoodsuccess Mcsd4mes Nannie and Pearl Sutherland visited Mrs A C Pinkston at Brcpksvillel Thuis day V tlatchett Goster of Mack yiile have about fit is lied threshing the small grain cropof this vicinity Jas Settles has returned from several davs visit to relatives in Nelson count sSolm Montgomery and Miss Annie Dean were married io the County Clerks office at your town Eld W Er Sutherland offieialing The groom is a prosperous youog farmer and the bride is the pnly daughter of Mr Larkin Dean andiis a very beau tiful andattractiveyoung woman Ahost of friends join us in wish tug them a career of unalloyed bliss and feicitythroughout the days and years of the r wedlock For the want of time we will bring our let eV to a close and give the other writers more space and promise to do better next time toward filmg our column iLILA YaUcy Hill t Misses Mattie Goatleyt and Susie Pope of your town were the pjeasant Guests of Mrs Ed ward Goatley Saturday Your correspondext of this pla attended chu ch at Pleasant Grove Sunda I Edward Goritley aid wife visi ted the laltcrs parents Mr aud Mrs Thomas Virgin near Maud Surfday Several from here have been attendfnip the meeting attlc New Hope Baptist church for the past two weeks The ninny friends of Mr Sam Tucker will regret hearing that his condition is yet critical al thoijgh prospects alp improving for his recovery The school election is over and he voters seeniel to have their enthuVasm aroused Messrs W N JClHott and Palmer Goatley Ibefng the contending candidates At first the prospects were for a close role but laer in the day the vottfrs came in iti earnest and the vote soon stood 24 to 12 in favor pff Mr Goatjey Moro interest was displayed in this election than as been for seve rat years Mr Goatley is top well known to need any introduc ttion through the worthy columns of the NKW LEADER The corn aud tobacco iis all rut in thiS section and the farmeis are bjYsy sowing wheat and rye The prospects ale good fora lirge acreage of small grain if il h e seaso is favorable There are several boys in our vicinifj who say they Second the motion of tile Grove boys on the baloon question and witil lake a part ia the expenses ifv enough will agree tp buy a bal dn of that description UNO i ICanary Join Totin bought two mule colls from R CCanary for 100 Mr William Barker und wife 1 VEGTABLESICILIANHALLS IPer t Perh2psnotthen to tray hair Stops falling hair IlsoU1MJI GcoUuo spent Sundy with the family of IA Canary cUl Miss Myrtle Rjbinson sperl Saturday and Sundav with the family of Elven Yaste- Mesdame Yaste and Berths Pope azid little daughter Wary Onita spent one day llast week with the family of R C Canary James Lanham and sister Miss Mary spent las Sunday i ight with Mollie Taylor tl IFrank Litsey is improving We hope he will be ready fcr business scon Talliani Springs Protrxcted meeting closed hee last Friday There 23 baptizi d and two joined by letter Rev Moore is a fine preacher and everybody was orry to see him go hcme and also to see their pistor Rev Sqmmers leave We feel that we have had glo lions meeting large crowds in daytime and didnc have seats for all some night better be baVior never known Bro Moore left praising thin all for their strict attention aril nice behavior Dr Hatchett who has been ill with typhoid fever we are glad to say iis improving Miss Lizzie Snider of near Chaplin spuit last week with triends here and at ended the meetitg Mr Giaiville Broin had the misfortune to get his buggy torn tOpieces last Saturday night week The horse wlrcli h was driving bcamo frightened and ran about a mile and a half tear ing the buggy all in peces For tunatelyno one was hurt The btfgjry was almost new There was another wreck also during tie meeting last weelr Mr John D l eehiiis horse ran away throwing Mr Keeling and wife out of the buggy v Mrs Keeling was seriously injured rlKeelingir DeWitt who is teaching scnool at Antioch will resign Friday togo to Louisville where he will attend the Dental college His successor has not been ap pointed Singing school closed here Sunday JS Royalty sold a bunch of hgs to Efostus Hplliday at 4c Larkin White bought a nv buggy from Foster Co at SG- 5Lyi Sutterly sold a bunch of catile at 3c I If all reports be true iheHills boro letter will be all weddings collumnsif reports are true PuIIiam horseIGeorge Coulter bought a from Johh White for 25 Richard Carey bought a wagon from J H Goff Corf20 R C Pinkston sbld a farm to Elisjia Keeling for 2000 Pos j bOligttjaIi 2800 John Jenkins sold a farm toCrCt ostVforl300 Possession given ut once Hugh Crouch left for lilinpis last Monday Born to the wife ofDen Crouch a boy Henry Vhite 6ld his crop of tobacco to R Carey lor 10 J Oscar Scott bought a horse and saddlefor SG- OMerrell Pinkston sold two mare raulestp M r Bell pfNelson coun ty fo50 each lie wlso sold a bunch of cattle to same pat ty for- 2O Protracted mrciing begins at Rockbridgi Oct Iti H nry Scott soda cow to Isaiah Pralhec 10r0 He also bought a buggy for 30 Pleasant Hill Messr Isaac Durrof Arm inston IJ and EUjih Kuylcr of Mihier III are visiting relatives in this communityI Robert Gopdett and wife spent Sunduy at the home of Mrs Mary Heder Jasper Durr sod a bunch of hogs to Ernst us Holiday at 4ie yearllin1r spentlSllturd Govo t Democraiic Candidates The following gentleman rere declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offlcei at the Derrocrn tic primary theld in W isliington county Au- gustiI 6th 1904 They are to be voted iprai the regular tl clion November 1905 lFor County Judge D L Litsey For Co Atlpj neyT S Maycs County ClerkWe F Booker Repstntiive W D Claybrooke For SheritiJoS 0bonrno Supt of Schodh J W BJsh Fjjr Jailer Geo 11 Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W DeputJtlday with InTOomas Ward nnar Sharpsvilo George DC a i and sister M is Annie i Hillsboro speit last Thursday with relatives at this place Commissioners Sale Iugh Auberry etc Pi vs Equity John Aubcrry etc Defts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Oonrt rendered at tho May tern thereof J 0 in the above cause shall proceed to offer for sle at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY OCT 24 10C4 ac or about 2 oclock pm being county court day to tire highest bidder at public auction upon a credit rf 6 12 and IS months the following described property to wit Three certain tracts or parcels of land situated in Washington cunty Ky and bounded as follows to wit Tract No I IBeginnin at a stone on the south sde of the Frederickstown and Lebanon road COt to Them is Phillips then eS 344 7l3Cjpoles poles t6 a white oak hiblcot and beech tree cor to Phillips and Joshua Masters thetce N 52i w 129 pols io a stone cur to Mrs Hill Mudd and the dower K 88 E 37 poles to a sugar tree on side of branch cor to dower thence N C4J E 50 poles to u stone near the spring cor to dower thence N 382 E 54 poles 10 a stonos cor to dower liienci S53iE G5V poles tc the begin ning containing 66 acres 8 roods and 20 poles Tract NoI 2 boundedv egii 1ntesoutlJand dbebanon road nr to G Conner an iI WT Auberry thence rIto the remainder henee S 36f w 54 poes to storc nr tie spring cor to the remainder thence S 64 + w 56 poles to a sugar tree on branch clr to simp thence S 88 w 39 tles tcf ast necor to remainder MuJd and Mrs Hill thence N 3f E 128poles to hei beginning coif taming 33 a res 1 rood and 31 piles Tract No 3 Beginning alia sugar tree and white oak cor to Ralph Spinl pltce thence S 4H jE193 poles to a hickor and SpinkRIMaswrs beecl1I1tbo JH 177 poles to a sugar tree ml backandl re3 o ilU near the N E corner cf John Hills liejd tht n e N 7 w 40 poles 10 a stone io tie edge of an old peach orciard and opposite lhe corner of John Hills field thence S 45 poles to a blue ash ard beech near and below jsaid Hills Spring thence S 25 w 51 pjes io a red oak and ash tpeIthence up sad branch binding beglrningcontainhug iFor the purcbas price the pur chaser or purchisera with approved security or sureties must execute bund bearing legal interest from data of sale until paid and having the force andetet of a Judgment Uklders will he required to comply promptly with these terms M G IIEACHMANTCt WCC1- l FOR THE HOUSEWIFE The Visitor Room The visitors room nhould he gerupn louslySiOnt 1ht beth should bo iiiiwlth tire jjltedt attention to wlthstTUptilausIy cicail and well lUMC1 dcrod Mlivct hut illlo v jtliiM 11orbv or the chains lill tluy ttc iWttl t putting small pilous In islti c and Iny jnj out convouuiUJy4the arinonts usttl fIlicdthne ami In the morning a generttI utJlShQlItfaucet Some prefer cold water for the morning tolcf but it iilutild not bo forced upon tI cmlyosJllumh1t besnpplel frcalily every nnrnliig t let soap Qf a good quality nyl it of alcohol or ammonia may be i IJrJII to the toilet requisltea Rood CIcuimliiBr Fluid fojMnrst Indispensable Obtain soap bark chip from a druggist put a handful In a vcd scl1 hud pour over it a pint of liollini water Let It ntand two Iiours thon strain und add a tahlc pdjnful of pow tiered borax which dlsdolvcn quickly Is then ready for use Spongcthp places with tills until clean tlieii IItJtIJ clear water Cojer with a cloth it will leave no lint and press diyi Whcif you have llnlslicd you will l1mH that the spots have entirely dlsap4 pcareiL A little borax dissolved In n strong suite mide of goi3 Sap nnd warm ooft water will cleaase jTooloit Jods nlttlv 1J c olei Agents for O1d1IickoryJand t Wagons 100 i I Headquarters SUPPLIES Wese11 Coalir Arty Quantity BusThel I MLDRti WftS J JII IiI 2 4 f 11 1i f DEALERS INS fii 00 Buggies ImplollllltsGrain aM F1e1td Seedstn f t tJ 0 f We handle Buggies Surrey Garth ofall grades to suit purchaser Agents for the Syracuse HillsideI Plow Gall and examine our extensive Iline of Hariiess Oollai Work Gear BuggyEobes and Horse Bhmltets f ATeDfCash Paid for HIDES i iS FURS BEES Laxative HONEYANDTAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BY Pioeule Medicine CoCblcago S Soldat Hay dons Pharmacy HIffF1 fflLFNMEEll SONS I BLUE GRBS HURSEBES Lexingtjn Ky Off rfor lthe Pall tf 10P4 a full OrnatpentaltJees eOerY1lhingand Garden Ce criptivo cata hogucon applba ion Dry CIcnnltiR Point Lace IMn the article sccwtly nut smooth ly ta a bainl covered with white cloth nwl nUh rt cjnii lcjon brush go over It with n mixture of equal nIlIII of powdered aUircJi and borax mid repent thq pmcess upon thin wrong slile Cover with clear starch nnd Icsivc It all iihht throwing n cloth over It to exclude dust Unpin shake PoWder and cover with a thindamp clothii1lCS5 the cloth with a mrlUl Ciosctnodriocket For ilnMt cloths Ktrlnsr felt anl worjste slippers pockets on the hi slfUe ota closet door will be fpund Convenient says Womans Home Com panion A nest ot4tu pockets cnn beI utxiir rbcELta ox ooJiv nwjlejof ileuiin or oiicr stbat cDadi jiniil l tacketi fast tto a bitteu Jrrl1l don thq hisjIe of n door as shown lu tLe IlliistnUoii while ftiiotLcr one con dstlug of wo large pockets will af forila C3Q1Cfllclt rccc1tncc for sohipi collars ujd cuffs lit may bcht tachel to al batten fastenej nt the upper iart or the doDr JI i1cJro m r toBd riit1Ii Ihvays b useful iIcd l1t11cJI Saak rniijtbin salt irtitor lveilyfotirSl3rsrrIiuchi ceir waie Ilcat In iid fijwK solution Tljrce quarts of crater oiiepiht pf vinegar a lpiece pf iliiii the size of a hickory hut Drain ttorojigLly 1itt lif glass Jars and on t3Imld muBtnrJ jtcod cloves whole CIihCIIL5U1011bZtlk Then fit II the Jar witiljlonin vtuegtir dlJ ilvtiig one table p nfil Cf sUpta each quart of vhsteai1 The CscsUlnsr Door A creaking door has the most oins s perafnp eae4tou sonic feoIes nerves find it ought hevcr to Le aflawcl toat on fox the rwnely Is 3 shnple Ura4i a little oil Iiito tIre hingca nuj swing door btvcfcwarl anl forward tJ al f low It tto work down Into thlciuntii the creating will be a tiling of tIre past Apply the oil with a little can or withofeather SVthonin the nil put Imudkerchlefs collars cuffs and all small articles In the wash to dry In pillowcase The fabric b spnrea whipping by wlntl they will freeze i y and Lc quickly gatlovcd f Iw G for alt FARM SPRIN6FIDLD Kt PhoneNo 20 1 j af it 1 t i 5 the out the the the T QIiYergbjpd Plots s l iIThe11 IIA Magazine of Cleverness Ij t Magazinrs shoud h9Ve fl elhlf flifeil pu5rpose JitemQllcMOST SUCCF SSuLF MAGAZtNM i Itst novels i complete one in each numb r aiijpfev thi nTjAt briliant authors rJ built JiemLspherqs IIJtshumprtendern sss bythe 111051 pppqlar pls men itiil iWoncea of ihe day f v I sjokfis witticisms skech s etc are admittedly iijcjsb mirth provoking v v V i j 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL r i M i Jo pages are wafttd on cheap rrustrations editoral vaprlng j or rPAri ing essays nnd iidc discussions L r page will iibrosl c ain ard rafreliyou Subscribe now SSlSfO per 3oar Retnib in PI OIEJcpreFS order or rregistefed letter to THE SMAKT SET oJI Fifth New iorV r i ntN BSample Copies Sent Free on Application f 7 f g 1 I Q 1 O EDUCATION AR U I N cScSII i ab IutcIjrnccciBa ry to the y nnJ ma or young vonian who woajil win suc253 In life Thisbsinr conreded it is of first importance to ret 3aJr trlnln at tho school that slamL in thi very fruit rank ThhJBRYANT S RtIKNE0 COLLEGE jSOj t HORTHANO one a specialist in hidrlinci Write for a TVFEWRITING beautiful book giving ttCstinionials front graduates nccupyin rro fnent positions r anjover th triltel will b niHjicJ to you PIIS3 S iool open all thei year Su lentJ cai enter at any ttDcIELJ V RIGHTPRESIDENT L T u Hans for Sale w11 hive iir our charge forj she thiI foljowirg tractst 0f laud and will describedI pleasure in showing any of them torrrpspoctve buyeis cELnoY WUAnTc 200 iacre farm If miles fivrn Spnngjield good smul house good barn place wVillfenc d and watered mostly in grass Price 10 i Ii20 acre place 5 miles from SpringSeldjrglu on the pik good house ant barn a gocid land fiu tclass lan 1Prici1300 ICO acre farm 7 miles f om SpringdelU light ouf tie pike new five room house new biirrv farm WfU watered ar d fenud Land in high sat bf cultivation Prrce 25 per aero VH 80 aero farm tuiles torn SprinjjHId on iike jporl six room house all good outbuildings pfcny of water aidjvell fenced 100 170 nqre farms D miles from Sprit gti Jd go d houseand barn co d t bacco land well watered imd fenced Prie40OO rrir acre place H mles Jrodl Springfield luysVelt and in high state of QU tivt Son small ihrei room house nail good barn Prbe 800 95 airre farm 5 miles from SprinitielJ right on pike Rtiull house and batn plenty of good tobuccQ Jand Price 2500 20 acre place 7 miles from Springfield handy to church md school well fenced Laud ail good 3 Ioon hoase andsmal Uarn 700 140 acre farm 2i miles froth Springfield 61oom hOuse goo tuck and barn urm mostlyin igrass Pi ice SC pure 120D acre farm 5 miles from Springfield god house anci hart all good iandCO acue ol llent- f Ajutbuuj iaij wii iviiwww timber Price 50 per acre 135 acre farm li miles from- pinglield on pike farm all in grass dwelling stock and td bacco barnswel1 fenced 35 per acre 180 acre farmt u miles froj r fJ fVqrna tc Carload i t the v rnadoDisG Harrows + t f 1cr READIJVjG Every crhqupi Avenue 5 STRATTON Statciit ii3racre tobacco plenty Tnuda ingoOlbirpe tobacco fenced 40 acres wtimb2r land good 6 room dwelling and lLigood outbuildirgsr 23 pu acrK I nP4ilSIn addition to thin al3oye wj have for salegoo l residences in prinvfitlt1 f t For Silert lEaving decided to retire frorhr oTpfIi rny roperty ConSisting of Flour Curt Iliminy iuii Feed Mill also mf rcsidenco htndlThisll Us county having truth i1Jir and scam power For further particuhrs call oil cr address jjpf1 VAN I RSpVLF f r Litey Iy 4 TOQlirci Coltld Ill MJJar IAXltnH Rciio triNrike INK Tablets j licruggists rofuiMj tho nioncy if it fails to euro Fhk vJi Graves sicizattre is on crch toi2c jr iVptlcc To Crcdltarst r v f a wi tlAdi nit tNIkVJn tt etat 4t qCl To obedicace to 01 6r r made Jn ti above styled raufbat thi May term IOOJ of lie VVasJjingf i ton Circuit Curt nUcredi prs of the csue ofi Gpo E Wiiltft tti Deceased are required to present v their claims pronerly provenvto tme at my oflico in Springffcdr fcy on or btif tro XDct i2lfJOthJ f M G LBACIIMANMO W Q a t f fOLErtKI- DNEY j CUREn Will cure iiiiy cie of Kidney Ct or Bladder disease thftVis uD4 beyond the teach of infedwineO- fVEN UP TO DIE StZvngeiItsmdwilli akidneJ and bladderalrectiOli Ilcstltesit lettotdIt1 CUM as nso- oeu3 a IN BUTO RESIDENT DENTIST- TEjETteEXTRACTED ITHOUT PAIN t OrricUga Block up stairs fSPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work StrIctly I 7 r Firstclassl pDR d H LAMPTON 1 OIICEii In Oner House t W FGRIGSBY IW ATTORNEY AT LAW J Office overPcp1Os Bank SPRINGFIELD KY DK Sc M Green DENTIST ft All kinds of dental work Teeth 4 extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Drv Horciy Phone 50 SPRINGFIELD KYt I J B RoBARDS MW HYATT pi JoBAlRDS HYATT physicians and Snrgeons 4 tto iI Offic next to Ulerks Officen JAMES GRAVES PEACTICAI Watciiiniter aM Jeweler I gCarriesf and Jewelry Repairing a Spe ci tRy Located at T W Sirams Jr oil law office opposite 1 Cpurt HouSOj Spritig ieM Ky 1flR fj F TRUSTY PRACT1CALk DENTISTty dfficc over Haydon Barber f 4 pricesSY so SPRINGFIELDr KY 1 JOtINY MAYES so t FUNERAL DIIIECTOD D 1EMDAIMER TELEFHONE DAYJ9 NIGHT T4 I nRIUGFIELU KW HavniXoou llallhill TC DC if sc nil u J JU ALLEN 7t the Depot I fRIGHtjND1RUHKS L Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything in the hauling ine done careiully and at easonbleratesr PHONE 22aj Kailroud chedule d Following is the time scheduJe now in effect on the faidatown unl prngtiell branch railroad j Nij4tLeayes Louisville al 410 p in Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm- urrVe3t priogheld G43 pm Nt4LPLves Springfield alp 530 i inn B irds owi 617 am Ba dnovu Junction 705 am arh vis at LpulsyHlo 755 amT Ni43T3aes Louisville al 730 ain Uardslowii luricti n u 930 om Birdston lllvrfm arrive at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Lcirvcs FpiirpEcld a l 110 p in Uirdstown 230 pmhBardslbwn Junotion 435 arrives at IouisvilU 545 pm N 090 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction o 8 45 am arrives at Louisville R 935 amfNo 91 Sundays ony Leaves Louisville at 0 pm Tardstown JrJlction 050 pm I3ard5lownit iis 735 pm arrives at Springfield J 825 pnj hFAizMgood improvements onpike good grain arift stock firm best or ohardit county plenty water jn onehaliinile of Botland 4 sell at bargain wlljI OTIS PORTERtI TctlandKv Itli w- I TOWN j W nfdrro Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I AH About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances M r4w jM3c4z Jl Pure country Isorghum at C W Hasans New counti3rgium atJ A Shaders IHtM- Ir2INERytiatst st31es and lowest pricJes at Jansfields Born to the wjfe of Mr Pius Wh lan at Bardstown a fine boy- Pretty tailor made suits pieces very reasonable at Mansfields Frash fish oysters and celery every Friday at iA Shades s yflneBardstown for995j tLCall and get our prices itcosts ou nothing and affOrds us great leasureC W Hqap FOR SALE One sbv and nine iq1ao48 fit e shoats 4 E iMKussELb I TIMrs Kate Williams hns gone tthe millinery1 markers or oze new and up td date hats Born to the wife of Mr T D Wells Sept 26 d fine girl Mother and child aie doing well In order to maL room for ii- oodsfor j 10 daysl I will sqll j ruitjjars at cpstr p W Hagan FOR SALE About 35 second hand school desks SK RpBERTSON ih Take your produce to C W- agan and get the highest mat et price for it Cash if preferred Newest creations in fine quaIl pretty fall hats are now ready pr your inspectioni at Mrfiis fields Fall goods are arriving daily anything y m kiant in the grocery line I have it OVHagan f J tf M Burlon lnsl sold hls uri deHaicihg business to S B Thompson Jr Possession tore giveni at once Your business iis what I want we willmalce jt tDyotfr advanjji tage to give usa call C W jj JIHagan 1 WANTED A fjrsB class tobacco j lantFor fU lhjr particulars call on JOHN Aj TUCKER I tt Booker Kr J What ev rYbdy says must be truo that the bet styles and the most reasonable prices inn inery are to be found tit illiams J f lfrSr 9 Raincoats all the go for and winter y arJj They are ing shown at Mansfields at very low prices See them they are bargains LosTOn the road between a Booker and Valley Hill a ladys jacket Finder will please rc turn to MRS BYRON CROAKE Springfield and receive reward f bWANTEDpart oflL house iri Springfield Wanted by a small family totent For further particulars pply at the EWSIiEApFtt1 s ofince GThechurch at MackviUe will serve a dinner in the Barber building ontnext county court day The pro eeds are for t1C1CW church in the course of erection at Mack ville Auctioneer S y Campbell Ve ort county couit day at Hur roJsburgas being well attended here were about 200 cattle on the market but p ices were very unsatisfactory sellers Horses sold low Springfieldlastl f l orse 16 Sears old roman Inose and badly pigepntoed Are ward will be paid for any information leading tt his ecoverya ALdNZO NOEL F D NO 3 Springfield S yq lsl given in this issue was made through McElroy Wharton the real estate agents This firm as n number of farm bargains advertised in this issue t The Chas R Phipps Co hich played a thre nights en gagement at the Opera House his week gave general satisfac i It is a first hss company t 10 PICS 1 p I W fJM lf terrrani affords an evenjngs q tainment walLworth the nioneyJ Rev C H Hoskinsqn has been assigned by the Methodist Conference to thechurch here 3 Rev Cvi Wardjthe former pas j tor has been assignedtb Mt 5 WashJngtotf J The sitore at Maple Hill this f cqunty ujju ted uy Mr jiKinm Williams was burned on last Friday night everything in it being destroyed The origin of the fire is not known The tbck of goods vas estimated at between 2000 n13OOQ There was 2000 insurance on thestoek t fIjie Fiscal Court is in session Iat jjlre court house Nothing but l routine business such as passing a few claims htset been done j As we go to press the magls trates are in the throes of a struggle to elect a Keeper of thev Ifopr Hoiise liATEii Mr Tine Cecil has been elected The remains of the infant h child of Mr and MrsT B jBlaridford were brought here Monday and buried in StDoini t nic cemetery Mr Blanuford accompanied the remains from v Biheville where he andl liiswife have been living for some time The many friends of tho young lather and mother sympatlnze with them in their bereavement Ii A musicale conductcllby Mrs Sallie Pulliami Yewfill of Bjirds town and Mrs Leonora Ramsey Rjbes of Louisville will bo given J at the Opera House this place on tlie nightof Oct llthTPhis entertainment has been giuen ats rai be first lass jinr every respect Mrs yewoll iis Icn6rn as Nelsons V Queen pf Song aildisa very gifted singer Jients will i bo on sale at Wood Ciunpbollsl j The sale of the farm and live stock belonging to AVilliam A Thompson tobk placeTuesday and vas well attended TheO farm vIsbbught by GeoHoyaltiy at 34 80 per acre The faVm contains 187 acres and is wen jjnproved Live stock sold only of fairly well Sheep brought S5 per4 head hogs 5 cents ICiJ pound cows and calves from 20t to 30 and horses 123 to 575 Corn sold at 50 cents per atbushel I Registration for the town voters whs held Ivero Tuesday nd there were 254 names regis tfcred divided in the thrqe precincts as follows No 8 10j No 47 No 10 72 According to i the expressed politics there is about 30 Republican majority Quite number registered as inO dependents It is thought that t the total number of voters in the town will will reach over 300 as good many were absent or sick t and willl be given a chance to register later on There have been quite a num tte- er of farms to change hands in Stcding1P or 45 per acre Mr Thomp l sionHays homestead ni the Pleasant rove neighborhood containing 230 acres at GO por acre Mr by Litsey sold his farm near Texas s o Robt Arnold for v0000 frjohn Will Hays bought of Wallace Seay his arm for 3500 Several on other farm stiles are reported inhour county letters on another piigaj of this issie CheschcirMayes r Announccmnt j if anado of the approaching Viiiirriage of Mrl James C Chesclieir and Miss Margaret W Mayes to take place on Nov 23d at this place vjir phescheir iis a former Springi thist i ness world He has an importd ntposition traveling for a mat ufacturing concern with head uarters in St Louis The bridetobe is ta popular favorite n postosesses many charms of person and Character She is the daugh th ter of the late E F Mayes and all Mrs Mollie Mayes of this place The wedding will take place ina the Presbyterian church and Rev T 1 Latimer will officiate tf Rings Dysjrcpeia Tablets cure indtji Fhei cy jj DONTS DjNT buy OLsnrs nwr a counttr and select them Ct gill yourself Xou miy select aa pair Ihrtfcaids your v sion for 5 the tithe beirg yet may pro e most itijunous 5 DONT by cheap Glassop lsuqh lenses are imp rJecily ground bed unlike f DONT read In beclor on aj jmcving train without t 3OUPG1assesor DONT continue wearing ouri d G 13ss swlen ytJQ feel that rightJits Thorns RigIJI C F RUSSELL MainSt Springfield Ky t YYYY I F3EF fS3ONAL Messrs Chas ri Mcntire and AViii Whdrton left rueday t take in the Vor1d Fair Mr Luther A Bjrns returned last week from his western tiip and has been confined to his home since with a severe cold and throat trouble Miss Alile Rives of Lebanon iis- isiting friends here this week Miss Bessie Leachman has returned from a visit to Miss Do- occyin Lebanon Mr andlIrsLeo FJaydon were in Gardstown the first of the week I AKx Barberhasl gone to St Jays Kansas to attend school Mr FB Torlay of Savannah Gai is Here ofivisit to Miss Margaret Leachman MI and Mrs Fred Carricoand Albert Mudd left last Monday for Demon Texas Miss Delilah Cain of Jpfferson ville is arest of Mr alid Mrs F Pettus Mrs T An rdesty and little on have re rne1 from a visit to ebJn n Misses Davis and Graham uiilsdalc are visiting in Lou isville this week Mr and Mrs Lum Abell and little son have returned from a risit to friends and relatives in Marion county v Miss AliceMcElroy is attend rhool at Oxford College xford 0 Mr and Mrs Will Smith of Shelby ville visited at the home Mr Marion Jones last week Miss Mary Lewis has returned roman extensive trip through he5 West Mrs J OYAnctta is visiting the home of her brotherj Mr JMarion Joes Mr acd Mrs F Greeneare vjiilin Mrs Helen Wright of Dinville this week Mis Margaret nag niis visi ting Miss Ainic Cooper of Lou isville this eekSMs T A Medley accompanied by her daughter left Monday for vensboro wherfethdy will make their home Mis Stella Slat c ywhc was he charming guet of Miss Sarah Sirains this Summar en tered the novitiate at Loretto Academy Tuesday MLsSILt rywonmany friendstwhile here and she has their best visbes IMr and Mrs A C McElroy yesterday morning for St Louis They will visit the expo tion find then go on to visit t relativest iin Kansas City Mr M H Jones accompanied Mr and Mrs L G imith of- helbyvi le are ao the St Louis Fair this week 1 Mr J L Wimsatt ha tought the T A Ledlev house and lot Lebanon Street and moved 13 fdinily Ihcrj Wissl Rebecca MtWhorler has returned from atrip trSt Louis Capt M tH Longof he Deaf and BUm institute at Danville was in the count the first of the week cm tLc Ko oui for pupils for the irstitatioli Ml Sam TucL er who has be en ll fera longtime viith typhoid ver is in a very precarious conditiqri rfnd his recovery is c btful Mr Tucker suffered aI relapse a short ttiraea9o Notce TaxpaerS r The state and counly taxes fore year 1904 are now due and persOns owing same will please call on ma or my deputies nd settle without further delay which will add costs BYRON ROAU Eii Sheriff W C- oleys Kidney cunic- 3i kk land b1dccr rbt i Tools Topis Tools l DIAMOND TOOLIm is 1andI WE HAVE 1Ii 1 1 l els Hammers Drawing Knifes ra SBIJS 1L1 penters tct 111 I t 11 I 11pi t H il II I McEJpoy Shultz I In SitE HAD A FIT WHEN She Saw This Beauty rrhnceJ B Mhaiif french Sailor trlmmcil with center rwctie apJ wde bow of taHetia silk kinifs and edge chenille IJlack lhampasne bnrn ifavy 398 iIi Shopsforfashioned millinery store it was considarablymQreDon buyingAmethods ressiVLStQre Peoples Bank Building THE INOTFOO LADIES HATTERS LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed hi the Springfield lor week Oct 5 1904 Mr Bell MrsHR Aflams Mrs Mahaley Adams ErnkFClark Mdry Kennedorsori Mary Mar tin T S Williams Leta Moore John Norton Hense Thornton Persons caning tor tnese letter will please say advertied and give date of list WA Wuters PJMv Notice To Creditors Washincfton Circuit Court R C Canary Adm c V3 f putL Eliza Srialdingc Deft By virtue ot an Gf the Washington Circuit Couit made and entered in the above styled cae all creditors of the state of Jack Spalding are ordered to produce and tile their cfairas against decedents estate bbloro me at my ofiice in Springfinid Ky on or before thQ 15th day of October 1904 properly prjoyen according to law Ms G LEACHMAN Mr C W ec for Sale A nice new 0 room story oottage with laige hut varanda back porch and all necessar outhouses contaning nearly two acre splerdid garden grass ot ell wn ter well fencedrlo cated on jorrr villa piLe near High SChooltd1 alsooQi r a small farm oJ nearly 13 acres good land wit mco now 1I pom cotag and 91Perryyilej Spring field For further par ticulars terms prci3c address WP LAWRENC Springfield JKy Tickett No 1451 Is the winner of the prize iin tie egg contest Owner will please present same and claim the prize M H JONES renIfrombronthlalIparties destroy the gernis and Solvent proPerties tlfi cuTthe phlegm 4 allowiag it to be trbwn cuffj moves the bowels gentf Cures Croup Whooping Coug aid Colds in on j night Sold by ayjas Plurmacy 1S WE HAVE I r and above all I the best of Tools EliiB jbesj undo enced and every mi Diamond Edge T pi cold warranted If iti4noti as r t return it l bncybrahl where badly postbfllce older farm For Sale I have for sale frrfm luQ to I 80 acres of the farmi known cs the Joe Clark farm si ualed nea Hillsboro Vashirgton county Contains about twenty acres tobacco land and a fine locust grove coitarning from 3CO to 4100worthof locust pcsii House and barn and necessary outbuildings Yell watered iwt gopd ponds aniahalf mile from plkc Will take 1350 per acrp For further p uticular apply to Z P LE CIMAX 0 The Staff of Life Rlr lleukemn a Milwaukee lawyer cud member of the Wisconsin legis lature l1i superintendent of one of the largest unilay schools In the city says the Xev1 York Time Mr Ubrlema wns making n chit drens tiny cddrcas anti vrialiin to get nn explanation of niunna asked Wliat Ila the staff of hlteY An agitated hand waved the air and on bein encouraged to make reply a lad answered Whisky The assemblage Wniastonished but roared ivlien the lJOr eueiuraged to make himself clear continued Moses threw down Ids staff arid then the veoplesaw n snake ranted an Epidemic Complaint was made to the late lien ry Nlic4 Pierce bishop of Arkansas that h certain clergyman of hbi diocese had preached a heretical sermon and that the man must undoubtedly be milt The bishop sent for the offending divine had him read the sermon which he found to be a brilliant thoughtful broad minded discourse Later he met soi of the critics ned astonished tlUn b hIomuicnt V1L if that man It mad 1 wish bcd bile nil the ministers In my see New orklI11c A Eugeue FleIdStor7 During lila sojourn in Siu Francisco Eugene Field often visited at tlC pun le library says the Thllddelphla Proaa U such times the Inquisitive female employees would manufacture escuscj for eutcrlutj to gaze at the celebrate author Sizing up the situation fold announced in nn authoritative voL e to the consternation oftue young women Yes sir In view of thq financial con dition of tile library salaries must be reduced Thereafter he vfaa troubled by no more unsought sdmlrallon- Ilcna Need allaslleel1 Animal feed Is a necessity for the growing stock The most convenient frfly ot suppiyln it J3 to use animal meal lit tkeujesu or meat scrap In a self feeder If the former is used It should not exceed 10 per cent of the total weight qf the mush for cryI young chicks i5 per cent Is enough DreecUB Draft Flute Frcpch English and ScotChfarmersl and horse breeders thelrdraft fillies at two years old ami by gcuerous treatment they develop good large size at three when they have n colt and they have learned to work and earn their keepHJJatlontl jfocJonan sShaF i Tw J w iiUi lIjiiliitiiIi ihW l JjdJW il iji J cb 1rrtrTIS It0 Q eTai OriR OII IJ iij L5 CINCINNATI T f i c Takej We j b Allthc RiskI 3 f YHIfittinjI The famously 0Sforemost iA fcrchaita K i TailoringStit fik1 House in t5America f r5 = rVo aro offer Ing for this season the wkef finely tail 1OTO I and IJI handsomely trimmed made IrI discover on ILAYERJcaniiningI L S4tia Our Line is Shewn by c f Robertson Bros 1t S Jr Se Lli e f t l f f O tf f1f 1ft t t If J t ES =JOHN SHUCK MCELROY C V IrTO McElroy fr Whaiton Insurance 4 Real Estate Agents jt1j j Off c over IPeoplcs Bank Phone 42 J T j t tfl erE D J1 I FAll A DWNTEem m CLOTHES m M Stylish made to order Suits m I j S1OM O and U1Va1d J Oveleoats madet9orderfa j Xj 1000 and U1Wa11SS S M Guaranteed Fit Guaranteed Wear fid jjj fpje 1 t1 Notice UGraybeautiful tj 11 M for fall and winter 01 SiM3c ntD J3oln DntrfjJ c f EE 3 EreErga BEB 1l r IW The Big Money Maker foi Hog Raisers m ij j2 kJ Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 tI J bklAI 4n depended upon I H m JR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE iii ill Wl en this Remedy Is lcd as lprem1 ventive luhl partloplani regard m iIi1iDrHa Wandaithad atour store for the asking 25 Ib can S12f50 half cans 5050 250 W25 and tOc per pafk 20th Gentur Poultry jFcoirl it The greatest egg producer on the marker Keeps gPII ii healthy prevents cholera roup and all other p I diseases tY r 25 Ib haA 3SO 25c RCP package tJ Dr Jos Haas LIve Stoch T2eniedj- td i1 Jq MiIrni For Horses Cattle Sheep Etc Jq Ap its name implies this a REMEDY not a food and It Is un 1 rttIA equalled for correcting the common disorders in hordes cattle nail iq iibeep as well ad many of the wore cpmplaints splendid kL conditioner and growth promoter and a sure Ilnventlvc fro 4 v disease t1 t tS O1OO GO AND 2Gc PtR PACKAGE 1 FOR SALE flyS 1ijijM LURE WELLS 1 CALf FOR bIRGt tARS SPRINGFIELD JCY 1 J E rE JIE ti 1I1lI The Best is the Chedpesti And There isN one beer T and f iI lW j t i ttii THE PAGEWOYBH WIRE J JI 1t 13 33AFencefqrveiyPurpose c It Willi turn anythihg aixd canfbjB run over any 9 kind ofpund Jfl Sizes ani Aottmst 1 1I hrn8 IcCiure a YU8 3 SDLE AGE Nr prIngIhKy fi a j r HH f f f r t tA Ll I Delinquent st A list oi delinquent taxpayers for Washington cokiityrVJr4jie ysir 1903 JJtAMS Pttf Tths REMA RKS I 1 i MACKVILLE B Rylshanij Deputy Sheriff Delinquent Lit 5 Ash rm IfJ t 1 Insolvent loBwell Merritt i 1 Insolventp Sdakcry Wmi 2 1 Insolvent 5 3Buff George 1 Insolvent Campbell WO 1 Insolvent t lInso1cntjamdenItOiDurr S J 1 Insolvent J Graved Wood ti jl Left State JMcLamJ Phillips I A 1 Insolvent Peter VT li Insolvent ISalkeDee 1 Insolvent Sbew iaerrjiPL 1 Insolvent Turner Wm A v Ifijnsolvent 4 Votaw EiJ jtC I SfFjzJKjcCtrS Wilkerson John iyjinsoiventj1 ft POTTSVILLt t flf Bottom Robert l 1 insolvent fI Boswell F D vX 1 Insolvent Bugg SLoJli 1 Insolvent Gorbin D Bj 1 Insolvent IGoodeL ji 1 Insolvent Hay e3 R L d r Ins h n6i IIilIardSV L i 1 Iri3ovent Hare Tboma t Insolvent 4 Key Ben 501 Not found e liCLber11n John 1 Left State J rnhm George 1 Insolvent fnstdn James 1 Insolvent fitt fue Harrison 1 Insolvent J I Snake Stiry tv Marple correspyndent to the- t laEue Herald tells the following snake itory The largest rattle a snake that has been killed in this section for many years was killed a few days ago by Mr James Price Mr Thomas Helton andC son were making staves in voods when they discovered a j ecu ar kipd of a hole in a rock that had broken off of a clff Qn examining the holo to their surdI pise they found a large ratlle t snake inside he rock Theyth were sooli frightened away the place by the snake The next day Mr Price wUh hiF shotgun accompanied them tott the woods Going to the snakes den and making a noise the old snake and several young ones put their heads out of the h01ea 6Mr Price shot the old one the others ran back into the den 4Thesnake killed measured overt wfour feet in length and about four inches in ltdiameter It proved to be the male snake which is only about half as large as the female from the sizes ansii l I number of smaller ones seen at the place those old snakes have teen living at that pace for years Mr Helton is talking of taking dynamite and blowing the rock to pieces ahd killing pthel Belter Tau Pills The question has been askedIn nh it way arc Chamberlains Httimach tjadLiver Tablets superior to the crdi tt nary cathartic nl liver pills Our answerisThey easier and more pleasant to tabe anl their effect is so- Entle and so agreeable that one bard y realizes that it iid produced by a medicine Then tbcy noNtfnly move the bowels but implove tb appetite i and aid the digestion tfor saleKat 25i cents per bottle by Hiydons drujstore Wilier jds The WidowI Some day next week a game jrofpenuchle will be played iu the 7 arlors of 224 Hudson avenue Guttenburgr N JM between two suUors for the hand fa widow who owns the house The widow who is to abide bytthe result of the game is Mrs Amelia Ark land wbois styled by her neigli b jrs as fair fat and fortv and ad mils the forty She hasi fceen married three times and weighs 200 pounds She is worth 25000 One of the suitors iis Reync d n IBWOISTION I was tronblci with atom ach trouble Thedfordi BlACk goodSDtors medicine I took la I7carnnS SARAn EfiniUPIELD EllctUTlllcIna- Thcdfords Black Draught uicklj invigorates the ac tion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of t IndigestionfOU will 1 take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your Perfect THEDfORDS T lAItDRAUGHT t lore sickness is caused by i constipation than by any t other disease Thcdfords BlackDraught not only re lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery aad keeps the bowels regular druggists pell k All qet packag- esTkedford8I Black i t Dnhtis the best mcdi f cine to rcfnlate the bowels 154r USASueaiUTewy COnSTIPATICfl T T r PqpeJW 1 Insolvent PengerdonRW 1 Insolvent Yeast W L 1 Dead Yeast Jim l Dead ICELtX SHOP lFowler Rob rt 2 1 Insolvent Hlckerf ont Heiiry r 4 150 1 Listed twiee I fvogsdon W A +4 1 1 Insolvenjf Payne Wm t I Insolvent KELLY SHOP RRIJ1ains Colored List 5 Yo pum George u jl 1 Insolvent MACKVILLE Brown Vail 1 1 insolvent I c Ule Willis 1 Insolvent ivtILewte Frank Xi i Insolvent i McMiUen Sabej 1 Insolvent l Par ishl Jacob T + 1 IniJol nttjfPeters 1 Insolvent Tomio J POTTSSTILLEI Adams Joe 2 1 Insolvent Adams Bat 1 Insolvent Bosley Joe 1 Insolvent Best BilL W 1 Insolvent jla Brady Chas J 1 1 Insolvent Cocanougher JackN 1 Insohpit crawford Arthur 1 Ins lentrEdelen Rayi l insolvent Edelen Heirsl 150 1 Not found nd Edelen Ben r 1 Insovent Fople Ed Jji 1 Insolvent Fromant Jack Jx 1 Insolvent Hubbard Georg j 1 Insolvent Logan Wash i X Insolvent Logan Jim Smalley1 1 Insolvent Bqd 1 Insolvent Thomas Georg 71 Insolvent I Thomas John H 1 Insolvent Thurman Sam r 1 Insolvent Young Jini 1 Insolvent a Blessing a crpnterTat n ears old Hel has bsen courting the widow for some time aud is good hand nit cards The other njan is Captain John Taylor 43 yearsckl who has command of a tram p steamer ie also is a good card player apti Taylor was well Ac quainted ithLle widows las husband Arkland who was also cuptaia of a tramp steamships l Mrs Arkland tbinls3 good eal of both men and was unde ided which tike Van Bless g had if anythhg the best of the contest as he was at home and close to the widow all the limeiRecently bolh men have been so urgert fi the widow toc choose bstUeen them that she t id not t dI Finally t she knOwtiWhaf yoild let a game of decide the mat er Sh i 100000 points wouldbe theigime Mrs Arklaqqd is a lover of the game andI is herself no man l player T1i9 contest she stipu lated must beplayedin the par- r of her hone in the presence offthe friend of all concfrnedI Pill PlraSnrB If you vdrjtok DeWUts LMlc Early Risers fcr billiousnces or consti ation you kncjw what pill pleasure is famous little pills cleanse tbeI liver and rid the system of all bile vitiiout prddu ing unpleasant eflscts Thiy donotiprripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly1 give tone and strength- the tissue and organs of the stom ach liver and bowels sbld by all druggists A Gutc1 Cure Far Pilcs Itching ijlind JJlecdinpr or ProtrUd ingTPilcJ Drugjists refund ift PA3O OINTMENT fails to cure any cl19no matter of how long standing in 6 to 14 days First appli cation giys ease and rest 50c If ur druggist hasnt it send50c in stampSanGit will be forwar led post paid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo it YOJ canuot cure pile by external applicatioh Any remedy to be lIctIivc must be applied inside the seat of the trouble ManZan isi put up in a collapsible tub j wIth a nozzle so that it reaches inside and applies the remedY where it is most needed H nZan strengtheiiB the bloodvessels and nerves so that pile are impossible ManZan relieves the pain almost instantly heals soothes cools and cji es Sold by Haydn Pharmacy wonderful Dog Livery hdan W B Morgan has purchased a gigantic white bul dog He is a very valuable ani mal and afighter from way back In less than three miruteS the other day he swallowed three good sizoq dogs which had been enered inja lighting const with himie1S a regular circus eat em alive sort of an animal and it wont do to monkey with hm although in his quieter hours his as peaceable as a lamb Hfe is oT the sanQ species of dog thttJ Pierpnnt Morgan a distaiit relativo of our livery man paki over f50QO lor some days since Anderson News Gad For Chlldrenfa The pjeasant to take and harmless Miriiite Cough Cure gives insUtit lOne ncascs or Cough croupandl because it does not pass in 58effecTlgttIt dwwabiittheinflamatloni heals and soothes anl curca permanently by en abling thJj Ins gs to contribute pu lf givngi and Hfen5tainirirpzyjeif tj the blood and tissues Sold by all druggisjtv Morgan Jugs While taking up the floor iu th old Marlmon home on Cane Run street which is owned by Mr W tc Card well tthe electric lilt vcilnMi r umber of leaden slugs the kind rsad during the civil war They era hollow with a wooden plug n one etdr which is supposedly for the purpose of placing poison in them to make them moie de idly in their work The plank had a large knot hole in it andS whoever owned the slugs dently removed the knot and Placed the slugs in there mostj likely to conceal them from th- cearchr of contraband Thev have never been used and it iis very probable hatJ they were manufacured in or near this place This house was occupied during the war by Southern sympathizers and it is sid that Gen John Morgan spent several welts under tuis roof and re hoitered at night It may be that they were placed thereby the hands of this distinguished cavalryman Hurrcdsburg Her ald APromllnt TramIDhU The many friends ofG H Hausan Engineer LE WRR at present living in Lima 0 will be pleased to know of Uis recovery from threatened I kidney ail iFe He say I was cnred bv using Fnjeys Kidney Cure which I recommend to all especially trait menwbo are usually ainiilarlyaniict ed If troubled with a weak digestion try bhmbedains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will do you good For sale bjIIaydons drugstore To Core a Cold in One hal Take LAXATIVR BROMJ QUJN INE Tablete All dn exists rcfynd the money if it fails to cure E W Groves sicnatjrei is on etch box 25c ON THE INCREASE WORLDS i FAIR TRAVEL GETT i NG HEAVIER While the volume of travel to St Louis on account of the Worlds Fair has notquite c up to the expectations of meI Worlds Fair management r railroads it has been as large as vhs expected all things considered The banner mOnths so far as attendance is concerned will be September October and Nov ra her an J diiing these threes months7 the admissions vill un doibed1y equal if not surpass Jthe entire humber registered up AuguVt3ist inclusive It is cer ainly a big grand show and one that no person with the means should miss It is the opportunity ofa life time in an educational way and one that wi be taken advantage of by the great majority of the people of America bufore its close It iis in attraction that all Americans are poud of and justly so On account of itsuncxcelle I ttrain service both as rp ar eciuiprneoUu d Jfcomml1d ions the Louisville Henderson StJLouis Kaihvay better known a the Henderson Route has cat ile the majority of Kent eklans to bt Louis and have beyond a doubt been more instrumental iin contributing to the success of tl e Fair ban any thflrraillo1d i this territory The Henderson Route isjusil entitled to all the praise that isI being showered on them as their train service is unquestionably the finest operated in or out of Kentucky and their schedule if trains is more nearly maintained than on the mijrityj of roads For cdmfort in travel ard for the jest accommodations an safest train schedules theres but one thing to at all times keep iin retnitlget tl e Henderson Route habit ind request ths routing 1io uurcliasing your t ck- etsCA1STORIA For Infants aiidl Children The Kind You Haw Always Bug 1 Bears Usa Sp 0Signature of rfMffiZZStt FACTS IN FEW LINES Usauda Africa Las a zaologie1 lglr den fifty mile long Shellfish Avcio re jouslble for nlno cases of tpboid foyer In London last year Cleveland insists that she Is entitled to suatch il1c tlum from CincInnati so long lOoked upon aa the queen city ofOhioAn hH Aroostdok jcounty Jfc man wjis told to tirIng homo two pairs of No 1 tenuiB shoei for tha boys hut he siowdl up with five pairs No 2 ofI In Idia tin povcr given off by a motor Is sDiuptlmeit exrcsed in ele pliant cqjitvalcnta a tweutytvo Jio5 fI motor being dccriled as a three clo pLant power vehicle The total sates of beer in the rutted btu tes for the crileiidar year tto Jane irere lJTiaT7l barTAs couiprfred vrltJi 17C79i73 the same time last year nUll 15G11I7G barrels iiirl9re In the bopc of making profit out of the Cliinamen who have displaced them froai the Transvaal mine solan Kalllrs have taken to pig breeding Sol as to gratify the Celestials love of pork Tile BritisH ship Mohican whlo inhklnc for use Delaware breakwater cacountered a strange phenomenDii A loutl of phosphoric appearance envel Oiled the vessel magnetizing every thing on board Telegraph lines in the Konga Free State usually run along the banks of rivers A truck id cut through the for est and the living trees arc lopped aa voles where 8ultib eoreJse Avroucht iron poles are cmployetl A Bath Mc photograpHer went down to Winnegauce thc other day ansi photographed group of ten old boys all past the eighty mark who reside In that village Nearly all of them fol lowed the in earlier years The sum of 50p000 has been provided by the Chilean government for an ex position to be lick next year consist ing of nine sections including separate departments for arts manufactures industries hygiene and education One frequent sight in the tobacco districts of Connecticut Is the uncov wl1eetconducted last year A field of tent tobacco in Connecticut this year Is rare The Berlin Cremation society tins sent a petition containing 9500 signa tures to the pope praying that the last rites of the Roman Catholic church shall no llonger he dcnicl to pcrsrw wishing their remains to be cremated From Bombay presidency a native petition has been forwiirded to the government of India praying thiit tie sale of feathered caps etc through out British Indht may be prohibited by law on accmt of the cruelty Involved Charles II Sumner of GoJTtown N II ia the possessor of an autIsm clock which hi supposed to have been made Iii 1170 From nil data that can Le secured It Is supposel to one of thIrteen that were made by a Mr Woodbury at what is now known as Xebur port Mass Deacon Jrland Eaton has caused to Le placed by the roadside near Ills farm building in Hancock N II n stone watering trough to furnish n public water supply from a never failing spring It Is inscribed Eaton 1707 1lOOJ and is Intended to cammemorate the settlement of his family In that townS short time ago n Bath Me paper announced the engagement of a certain young lady A few days later the editor received a note asking him t6 deny the engagement Before the de nial got Into type however he received a second note from the fair ont stating that he need not print the denial as the engagement was a fact The skull of a gigantic mammal hith erto unknown to science has been uu earthed from the sands of Fayum liaDt The herd la nearly a rant bun i On tao nasal regoi w touu u nouie tony horn of onormtti BO XCr tle crca la ais found n pair o smaller Irorus At first sight the entire skull recalls that of the ib1n3ces An interesting feature of jftje United States governments live Jtrfl exhibit at the worlds fair is the feeding of the fish eating birds The fish urjc par chased at the market Thoyj ere Baft fiuTiccl and are thrown to tbtj pelicans and wrmoranw which swalipxv them whole The eoruiorjiits somcthncj oat so iiinuy thatthe tails of tto jfisli stick from their bills Professor Starr of The University of Chicago includes among the symptoms of degeneracy the following Parting the hair In the middle or on the right side baldness gray hairs before the age of fortyfive a stub4 nose bat cars small lobes on the ears a receding chin protruding lips cross eyes left handed ness fondness for jewelry for the bund by men red hair the teeth far apart pigeon toes and knock kuccs The London Mcdfcal Press thus sues a call for heroes The top hat Is ugly unhygienic and embarrassing its solo claim tosupport is the appearauce of respectability It giveSi If only a few medical baronets would drive to their consultations hi pantimas and cloth caps they would break the tyr anny of habit over health rntl councIl ness and at the saiac thc earn the un ilying gratitude of their humbler con trcreitt Sir Frank Laecelies tho English am bnssador in Berlin was lately offered Ji the kaiser the highest Prussian decoration time black cijei but hail to content hlmsolf with iieiertler of the crown of Prussia f sr liqtinsuished service Leiuuse It was utleaiidercd1- ui Toaou i rocr fsr Sir Frajnlc J wear the hjxrlet Cecoristlon of a orclgn luanarch viici he vwsi mtjij posses piyn of the highest lc or4tci la the RIftt of his own sovereign CHOICE MISCELLANY German Uu perorn SauNnproOIaUcr Feeding the Geraian enijieror U u light tusk Despite nil that 1j said about the kaisers Spartan hablta there are fen monarchs who kcOpj inore elab ortetables lie has no less than fdur chefs Schlic lcnstucker a Germaii Harming an Englishman un Italian and ji Frenchmfth so that he cap have isis meal for the day served in the stylo of whatever nation he may happen to fancy Each of these chefs has his staff of assistants while in addition there is an individual whtf may safely be de scribed as sausage maker to the kai ser Hfs majesty is very loud of tlC huge white frankfurter sausage anti tins a supply of them made frosts ivery day jh his own kitchen When cngagpil In nianeuvcring his army on a big IloM day these frankfurters nUll broad washed town witli lager leer invaria bly form the kaisers llunch1 In addition to all these cooks there is a special staff to prepare ideals for the younger of the princes nrttlthe princes wlio are not a1ioe4toj partake of tile rich dishes the elder jueinller of the family Indulge iniStray Sto ries Fruit Trees on Clt Lotai Many people who live on city lots longS for fruit trees of tlielr owni from Which they can gather fresh fruit iu stead of being dcpcndent on the War kets says Conntrj Life Jin America Mr Vaughn of Pilsukniu wait lOU fronted by just jjuch a problem hl it he has cleverly found a way out of the difficulty i On the back of his towjf lot he room for trees lIe pranted navel arUl NIXCrjltCitdICS and plums and when become strong nntl sturdy he grafted and bud led other varieties Into tjiqm The oicrations wore alst ceessfnl and now Mr Vaughn his uinerous varieties of frnt that rlj cii at all time of year nUll furnish ail n1mUljlU1l for table use On one unveil orange tre 1t1H n Isixilssi Jlt v So n of cut from Lion Packages and a a cent entitle you in addition tb Ai- the regular free premiums to ijlrI 0one vote The acent stamp Ip our to you 1 that your estimate is recorded You can send as many estU mates as desired Grand First Prizi if will awarded to the eae who correct on both our Worlds Fair Presl Vote Coateitf We alio S500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each caof Lion Coffee 7 w w L ItIIiy rruit a lenun hud a bljy orange making with tic navel orange It tire hInds of frut ontl e tree Tliey all boar profusely fruit lIf of extra ordinary large size The witbLuuueIiisas Ttjcl ci iKc5ts small MieftiniiiPij Thee treeu Lear framj the 1st of Jujy to tho 1st ot OtClJqr Loan Andean CnWcTrnjr- A liugo cable AVay wlilclf wHon corn pleted wiUjVe longest lathe world is tl be constructed dn tlc Airgeutlne side of the Aniles antuntalns by the engineering firm of Adolf Bieichert Co of Leipsic This cubic way la toi extend from the Chlldcito utiCouil0f tlie Argentine Xortfiern rallrojul 1r1a t4otal dIstance of tldrt two mlles Its terinltiation nt thia jciid viii be llC tact above the sea ovelmId the engine stajlon that will jbe erected thif point cifthe ble jvay will Lc tli hlgliest Ii the worlll r xJ less than cishtyceven jmiles of ropc will be required for the cable way Time proevt will iieceUsitatc many re mn1 abc engincCjrlng tliiricuitlcs for ojic or two points he ctiblcjway will khave t rpun sorgoB 2SOOfcoi wide by feet deep j Tlje cable way Is t4 have a carrying capacity of fortyfpuirt tons atocl1cr hoar and eara cacli titaiujiiig 1100 pounds of ore mire t a he dispatched at Intervals of f3rtyfivJ3 sec Uls Scien- tItc4iLorican j Telephone In the Junjelc AbyKainia is beIng wired Some 1000 miles of telephone line have been tp cud as muchluore Is being laid fput work iit nojjUtVac ordiiig to Err Magaxiae The rains and tlc iOle fell The white ants ate up a large collection of wooden poles Then Iroi ones verb put ip iwliieu the simple atlvc liked so well that he took them home t u chi hi4 business Time negus stopped this u mil Cme lt by proclahning iicath to th6 pole pil ferers Brt his royaI mandate cannot pre vent the Bandarlog the monkey popple from Bwljignjr Ii tho wires or what Is much more 1diIghutfultl1e elephant from scratching himself against the poles The telephpn pole is a Scratch lug nstSor clcphaitk b The Cork incltiJitrr ScveatyVvo years ago Italy siipplletl uodrly nil the corkUsed iij England but the Italian supply fallen ocr grtJatly of bite yeaits Ins le jrcov ijj tra tIe trees hale Icon cut dowi for cliarcjalantlli others tjicy have bocn felled on accant of tiiclr high potasli values Cork trees easily read the age of 200 yeaN iThey yield cor aullc9utlncetaprocess tins boOn discovered by which large pieces of cork can be made bout of small 6na anti this has given u great Impetus the cork Industry The price of cork I going up steadily both1 Oil account of the Jricrc slug cie iuand null the decreeing supply of tLe rajsr material 1rSnaUc U ilalUi- Vnl etrn0rt1iuicryee of attempted mtrVer lies just coae to light in Weat cri Ai tnrliu A ackao containing ivcroioui ensike vms pcsstoJ l trtiei- ICw of a MreHkaonii hotel kcircr who AvhT in Vetjr ilollcute titcj of heiltl rtjtLttt tlie TJ ojlc vCS pcrfl if a jpareol vtItli a huji t one luJ t nll iaat r leo T1V p ot5oTehuls ltceln tjciilc eI ptuul Teglttottlil lUiUct and fetincj 1Uc coatotits mar lit lleokctl thrxvk tie aircrtiue Ijifj tK CVMO tli rslcf The suako wes duly kHJo3 buy ILe author ot the oitrnre nat yd LeafouniLonIt- + ItLtr k Pudlfoi if the Louis- ErawLi who as aoiie alot of se ut lag among tin irlnpr leagues far play does nojttfaiiiL G jree Stone will Itst t 5000000CASH GIVEN WAY to Users LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums 1101 WouItA y0jL like ex Check UKe This Cash to Zion Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair Contest dWI HiVt AWirill 2 UUUUiUU 2139 people gett Checks 2139 more will get them in the Presidential Vote Contest IfICoff cov yer acknowledgment V 500000 be Is nearest and d4eaUai offer elf and tle the at at has to St What will be thetotal popular vote cast I for President votes f9ralleaB k dldates combined at the election m Novcmber819o4In people voted 1 for President For nearest correct estimates I received in Woolson Spice ton f panys office Toledo 0 on or before W November 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second pfie to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize 1 S26OOOO 1 Second Priie 100000 2 Prlzes5500O0 each 100000 19 Prlies Prizes = 200001OOOO 1OOOOO lOOOOO 20 PrizeS 5000 100000 6O Prizes 2000 1 00000 250 Prizes 1000 26OOOO 1800 Prizes 6OO OOOOOO 2139 PRIZES TOTAt 2000000 How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks lenough to get acquainted with i you win be suited and COFFEE longuses coffee If you win use LION advertjse Andy otherand thats vhy wewill take no IEverybo there iis no other such value for the money Then you benefit Henc for your LIfI HerniawewiU agetweU aspur advert sing money so that both of usyou as i Wit GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package of I r LION COFFEEWOOLiON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT tOLEDQ OHIO r ItThe Dud You Have Always Bought and w1ich has bc a in use 1dc over 30 years Las borno the sijjnatrircii of timid has been made undo Ills p ir V Souia supervision since ilK iuifiuicy Sc4 Allow no ono to deceive you intWis 411 Counterfeits Imitations and Jiistasgood arc but ExperIments that trifle with and endanger ho health l p Infants anti Cuildren pxperienco against Experkaenfef r ji TL AVhat i CASTORIA Ca toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrup It is pleasant 1tt contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic suhstaucc Its age is its guarantee Ji destroys SVorHHif and allays Feverishness it cures Dlarrhumaand WiaA1 I Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Cottstipatioa and Flatulency It assimilates tim Food regulates tire Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend IGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of I The Kind You Haye Always Bout In Use For Qyer 30 Years V m FREE IIECL1N1NG CfAllCARS Pullman H r Observationv Parlor Cars t Dining Gars and Sleepersi 0n the Popu- larHENIE1SON ROUTE yo j Between LOUISVILLE S3 LOuIS the WEST atilt SOTJ THWESL If you Wnt to travelon M Sol 4 COt 1ort line cot the Henderson fiabit itsa good habit o acquire Ask the igerl for this routing lien put casing your ickes I1RNIEj LiIiRLUs tc LU2ceAet T aYfantDI Acllt- tlOHSViLLEJiY j 0Pciia edC1Zs rol pjlCil c tCeeitAuli Kmls of ofidcv iMcp 1l ctise says luiCc Agrlcnltiirfst Maliiyc bulls Clgli 1SOU to JCCO lpouatls auz- usio1ernoJ l as t lIn3 pounds Mature cows wtjlgli 11UD to 1E0- 0pauidate arorasu tela lbout1OO twnd 0 OVCA Tkoy uiaturx carly and miike tlc Lest beef k e The VUIon nrocil The LwJ 3v thut Ii I IQfsnnjI ircaeliy Oi tTisit eat chlukuua should jet sciit t4 tho butcher as soon as tilt OJKongli say r jruieifR AJvoestc Itt 1uesiiL pay atallto likirown uiuchi loss fhlltlrcn bcn IcopicI y tlifou and u chtkci bating opu destroy ter worth of chickens tt- iSiiciii pppoVtualty My Breathh- ortnessof Breath Is One of the Com monest Signsof IlcartDiseaseJNotwUhstnndlns what many physic tina iay tocart d easo can to cured Dr llUca Ncxr Heart Curo has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief In the medicines allopathic or homoco patHlc of regular prac rclpe physicians It has proved Itself UnIque In the his toY of medicine by being so uniformly d1eascsNt1r1ylilV17S signs ot iroutio Is shortness of breath Wheth or It conies as a result of walking or rimnlnff upF ilrs or of If tho heart is unable to othercxblcIscI demand upon Its pumplnfr powers there tU something wrong with The cry bct thin you can do Is to tako Dr Milcq Now IIcTrf Cure It go to tlio foundation of tic trour bc and make a permanent euro by strengthenIng and renewIng tho nerves know that Dr lines New Heart 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