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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I J rv It int NEW81FADER 1 t t1t I 1 Jf t tf INewSeries Yol XINo4 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OOUFT1 BENTUGKY OCTQJBER j13 1904JL srOOLA YEABJ L x l I LTOSUI1 Jr lUOmtTrJHBUBIQIJ r sSBhompson rCo UNDERTAKERS AKD EMBAL MERS Carry in etook all kinds of Fanera rtupplieg PHONE 53 I lUJft DIRECTORY I SPRINGFIELD county scat of j y7ashingi9n County 52 miles southeast of xdxinKton 59 miles from fcoulsvilte on Bardstown branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad in u farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone- lines expresspffice flour mills lumberyards Popu1ationaiOO population of county 15000 Representativrfin Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenvilie Ky Representative in Keutuck- 31atireHnW Leis l D ciaybroBke Representative in State Senate Hon Harrv Lancaster Lebanon KY r County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth SMpiy in February lt1a- ybrf and Octo R li Durham Common wealth At torney FM Campbell Ckrk IM G lieachtnaDi Master Commiss o icr t QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third ifouday incach month JBI Lttsey Judge COUNTY COURT Countyirt e tgn the fourth Monday in e ich mouth Sq4B Xr Citsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney Georje Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff r Richard Isham Sidney Osborne VV RH MulHcan Deputies Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor JI Royalty Assessor r4VJ P OlBfyan Deputy 1 Robcrthe Treasurer r JM Montgomery coronet j W Bash Snpt of Common SbhO ls P 0 SprIngfieldV CITY COURT James R Noc Police Judge join GJ Mirsiil VW iVGrigsby City Attorney t JUSTICE COUKT r Jiutice Courts are held in January fitJulyandOctober 1T hurch Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the Firs and Third Sundays in each t mouth at 11 am and 730 p ffi Sun day School every Sunday at 10 am prayerweetiflgicveryWednesdaY night CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser Viccs every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours t VVCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service s iccond and fourth Sunday ineagh mouthV PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ReV T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Snnday at 11 am- an1at 7 pm Sunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH VRe Wm Harrison WilliamsPastor VPeachkg every Sunday at 11 aw and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every VcdneEdayeveningat 8 oclock ti = jiFraternal Ordeas MASONIC LODGE Springfleid lodge No 50 meets first and third Mouday Irt aCh month I Washington R JA Chapter No 57 meets every second TuesdayV Springfield Council tto1i2 meets on every iourth Monday KNIGHTS of THE MACAITEES Meet n n flU l1 H iiL 11on rAMERICAN j SILVER Vr kTRUSSV I lti q Iil Li Zaly c LICUTeII4 Retalii No 7gIJIernii Seyert YHip witCoafotti t NcvcrsaGves i ccQeirsalebyGJ Haydon rThat awful grinding sabblng pail tie b cVis ioiJ t2 kidneys A ifoM ofFtKeute will cure it ovei iiifbi fineales is ft new discover pot up ittft new way A ddightfu Niedr and ipecific for all Ktdne Vtdbladder trouber oU by Hay OVA 1 harmac Nelson NotesVFrom Tliq Record Mrs J S Wilson wiTh of Mr Wilson editor of the Kentucky Standard and yidely known iin this section died Sunday Oct 2 after a long illness of tuberculosis M Mr Robert Q Mitchell of tLielPopeI were married atl the Gale House Louisville last Wednesday at 4 oclock pm nnlejthe murder of Cotton col ored at Boston Saturday night September 24 Sunday mornikIast shortly before dayighbj Ir Louirlay don one of the Oldest and most widely known andj respected citizens of thiscoudty died after a long illness at the home cfhU son Mr Rapier iHaydon near town at the age of 86 Mr Hay don had been infirm for several years ard for the last Uhree years had been confined to the house and nearly all of the time tohisbedV VV ConfessiODScfaPrM Roy Jqo S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years 1 suffered from Yellow Jaundice Icon suited a number of physjcjans and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Tnen I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel thatl am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want reliable medicine lor Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disor der or geoerjaldebility get Elec trio Bitters Ills guaranteed by C J Haydon Only fOe j OeOfllYV HATisdaefof Sujmmerton S C suftered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists weSemploycdand many remedies USedjbUt relief and permanent pood was found only in the use of DeWUts Witch Hazel Salve This is only ode of the many many cures that have benz effected by this wonderful remedy In Luying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine De Witts made by EG DeWitt Co in Chicago and a care is certain DeJ Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures allI kinds of piles cuts burns bruises ec lema tatter ring worm skin diseases etc Sold by jill druggislSt Lebanon Loca1V VFrom The Enterprise Walter Bradshav sold his farm of OOacres on the Short Line pike to Young 4t Scarce for 4800 Mrs Nannio Smith of Lorettb bought the Hopper property on Harrison and Chandler streets for 2000 Willis Burdette of New Mar ker bad a fine mule to die Sun day evening Saturday evening llate them l while playing in the lot ran against plant fence with such force thatthe planks were broken in two and a por tion of the timber buried itself six inches or more in the animals shoulder Mn Burdette washed out the wound car fu1ly but no ticed it bled little A physician cared for the vrou id also and ex pressed the belief that the mule would get well Spnday evening however twc ntyfour hours later the inule died Mrs JSusjui Ryan wife of Thomas Ryan di0d at the home of her husband Sunday night Oct 2 1904 after a lingering Rl ncss of cancer of the face Mrs Ryan was 71 yers tof age and Iinbore rsuffermgs JjWith great pitien e Her funeral wars con ducted at StAugustines church Tuesday morning after wtiich her remains were interred in StI Augustines cemetery Besides her husband two sons Thomas and James Ryan and one daugh j ter Mrs Lee of Union county survive her J W Moore a carpenter of his city met with a painful ac ddent Monday evening About 7 o clock Joe Rollin one of his neighbors heard ia great racket near his place andlloil investiga tion found Mooses horse bed run away and demolished the buggy Going Up the bill near Robt J1 Goodi ik residence he found Moor lying on the side of the road rrfan unconscious con dition With help he carried ll him home and summoned a phy sician The injured man suffered a lodg scalp wound and several bruises but was not dangerously hurt The breaking of the back- Ing 5trap alarmed the horse and caused it to run awiy Mr Moore is doingwellV Cause of LOCkjaw Y Lockjaw or tetajitw is caused by a bqcilus or germ which exists pJentiflil ly lu street dirt It iis inactive so long as exposed to the air but when car ned beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by usty nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known These germs ma7 be destroyed and all danger of lockav avoided by applying Chamberlains Paiu Bairn freely as soon as the injury is received Pain palm is an antiseptic and causes cuts briiac3 and like injuries to heal without maturation and in one third the time required byVthle usual treatment It is for sale by Haydons drugstore llows rbi1 We offer One hundred Dollars Rg vard fw any case of Catarrh that car not be cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure F J CHEFEY CO Toledo 0 We the undcrsignec1 liave tcnoxrii F J theney for the last lj years aid ber lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions arId financially able to carry Out any obligations made by his fiiiii WajdingKinnan Marytn Wholesale Druggi8ts T6ledo 0 HaWs Catarrh Cure is taken inter ashy acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system- Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take ffeUii Faniily Pills for constipation BlanfordMolohorf The announcement wilj b3 made at the Catholic church Sunday of tthe marriage of Miss Vieve Molohon of this city anU Mr Ray Blanford of lodianapi Ijs Ind The wedding will be celebrated with a nuptial Mass at 045 Tuesday morning Oct 25 at St Augustines church Rev JA Hogarty officiating The ushers will be Messrss Louis MoJobon qfvSt Louis and Tom Blanford of Louisville Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party will leave on tne 740 train for their future home in Indiariapolif Miss Molohon isa daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Molohon and is one of Leb anons favorite young ladies who numbers her friends by the score The groomelect isa prosperous young man of hiq city yho was born and rdaredVin Washington county and vho enjoys tCVCO- fltidenceand esteem ofall who know nim Marion Falcon For Sale Privately Having decided to retire from business 1 offer for salu my two story business house 24x50 ft vith 10 ft shed warerocm full length also my stock of goods consisting of Furniture Notions Groceries Stoves and stovo utensils invoice 1000to 1200 alsc my two story dwelling 7 rooms large hall above and belovmcat house ah house hen house new barn good cistern and extra good milk house Lot 1acro3 Can be bought reasonable Tpos J GRAVES 2mcs Mack illej Ky CqnfJagraUonAYerted Gush Stprms narrowly escaped a fiery grave at eight oclock last night His friends thought his time had come atd he also expe rienced similar thoughts HeI was seated in his winny stand on Main street hena customer ap peared on the sceneTtiat caused all the trouble Gasoline from the inihiature stove had aridIi of the stand and had settled on the floor When a thatch was struch the whole thing went up in a flash Gush was seated inside and was surrounded by a macs of sweeping flames Spectators on the outside cringed with fear but Cush tuoiblpd out on the street and escaped injury with the exception of a few bruises By heroic effort the wiffoy stand wasavedfrom de struction Anderson Ne- wsCASTOR1A i1 For Infants and ChildreiiV The Kind You Have Always BougHt l Bears the- elguaturo of Yi IIDied Suddenly Mr Will Hoskins age 491 brother of Tom Hoskins ofI the Campbellsville depot here diedsUddenlyatl Mr had beennoon lnILouisville several days and was returning to amphellsville He was taken sick shortly after reaching Lebanon but though- tit would wear off About two oclock he was stricken down in tho waiting room and never re gained consciousness Drs McChord and Barr were sum moned acd they pronounced his trouble appoplexy Everything was done that could he done but to no avail and his death occurred two hours after he was stricken us brother Tony Hoskins came o9r from 1pb llsvill on the 5 oclock train and accompanied hs regains home at 740 Deceased was twice married bis AlfceFerriellFor a number of yeFs he was a storekeeper in the revenue ser vice and was well known by many citizens of this counjiy His many friends here exte id heartfelt sympathy to his si r viving brother in his berea e mentLebanon Enterprise Can Yon 111 73 Taylor prominent merchant of Cbreumad Texas saysIII could iiot eat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down jn weight All that money could do was done but all hope of recovery vanish ed Hearing ot some wonderful cares effected by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concludet 44t try it The first bottle bontfitteil me aitI after taking four bottles I aniVttto my healthIKodol VA icL1tcVWould not interest you if you re looking for a guaranteed salve for ores burns or piles Otto Doddof jPonder M6writs suffered wjth an ugly sore for a year hut a Ibox 01 BucklerriT 1 Arnica Salve cured me Its the best sal vp on earth Socjat C J Haydons drugetore 1 i The Butcher PaiIonV V The pardoriing of lelt Butcher tinl Louivil1ei murderer by Acting Govprnor Thorne ap pears less ejxcusable the more thoroughly fyie matter is con sidered A ineaner muider was ROver committed in the State and there wa ho reason in the world why the pardon was granted Butcher attempted toI crimnaliy trs ault his daughter and when she resisted he cut her throat in the presence of herI mother It w as a horrible deed and onewhicli no one can hardly believe tobe possible The jury made an almost unpardonable error in not sending him to theI gallows and jt was onlya mock ery of justicoj to givp him alifeI sentence Gbv Thorne knew all the circumstances ho also know there were no pretexts upon which excuse for a paidon could rest hj attempted to get a physician t9 makel false statements as to Butchers present condition and failed He tlieii anytaypeople thought of itrhenearest todn excuse he can trump Up is that he was crazy or drunk and neither would an swer There are many who would believe that there were other and s nistei reasons for granting the pardon and such an impression would be hard to remove The Democratic party did A J1yersfirstprescri6ed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it todaymorethan ever Th- eyCherry Pectoralrely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption tell how itThey will heals inflamed lungsIt IVbad a very bad Then I tried AIIrChc11Pectoral My sore lungs were soon healed and my cough dropped away ins TEAM HTDI Gnthrle Centre la Sic SOcIJoo J ATKtt flrnmdiU Mass MMMMMMH forLnwell Old Coughs Ono Aycrs Pill at bedtime Insures p natural acton next mornlrc nam4frOInIthnever again be given countent ance in party circlesV ttThat Gov Beckham would granted the pardon is shown by the fact tlia t the papers were prepared weeks before and were held until n tIme when the Governor would be out Of the State and Thorne abting LaRue Co Herald CoDSQiniitiyes Made Coniipr bip Incipient consumption iis ci rd by Foleyj Honey and Tar but weido not holdout false hopes to consnniptlyes by claiming that it will cure this dread disease in the advaned stages out if the Inngs are not too far gone Foleys Honey ana Tar wil effect a curd as it stops the racking cough and soothes this Inflamed air passages giving them a chance to heal and evenfin the ad vanccd Btagea It gives comtort and re liefA A Herran of Pinch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar Is the best preparation for coughs and lung trouble i know thatit bascuredj consumption in the first ages Sold by Wood Campbell Jas Taylor of Kondallyllle lad was seriously diseased with kidney and bladdor jrouble for 20 years H tested every known remedy without ranch benefit until he usedPinenles This 9e discovery cored him and Mr Tavlor advises all persons suffer ine from kidney or bladder trouble to tfet a bottle of Preules at once Sold by Haydons PharmacyV Dramatic Death of Col Colson The Mountain Advocate pub lislies in connection with thfe untimely death of Col iDavid G Colsont the following account of the manner in which the former Congressman was affected by his fatal illnessVtOn thp mbrning befdirejhis ueath he became so deranged from the nervous collapse rthat he left his home mid harnessed his valuable 500 horse to his carriage and started out On a wild redkless drive when he drew a large revolver and re4 several shots into his horse killing it in the harness He I was taken in charge and returned to his home where he re ceived every attention that medical science could give bud he passed away at 7 oclock in the evening without ever4 gaming consciousness Saves TP Prom Death Our little daughter had au almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N NIIbut when all other reme dies failed we saved her life with Dr Kinds New Discovery Our ncice who had consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and to day she is perfectly well Des- peratOtbfoatand lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discov ery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for coughs and cclds 50c and SI bottles guar antee by C J Haydon druggist nal bottes fre- eLeftHanded Appendicitis wellknown minister of the Gospel who has a delightful charge not 1000 miles from Brooklyn tells a good story on himself During his vacation this summer hd was suddenly seized during the night with a severe pain in the side He is extremely nervous but withal brave His groans awakened Iris wife who treinblingly asked Why dear whatever is the matter Oh I have a terrible pain i1 my side I know said hiityife Vits that terrible appendicitis I have been afraid you would get it some day It cant be appendicitis my dear it isv oft the leftside But John you must remem ber that you have always been lleft handed Brooklyn Eagle WATiDIndustiiou man or woman as permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look after its business in this CUUtYVand adjoining tterrl tqry Business successful jani established Salary 20 weekly and expenses Salary paid weekly from Ihome office Expense money paid in advance Experience not essential En envelopetGeneral Manager Como Block ChicagoVPi sve aacts like a potlticc B Id by Huydous Pint jncy 1J Call For Speciall Electiont Proclamation the Governor Gommonwedltir of Kentucky Executive Department Whereas AVVaCUCY baviqg oc curred in Blevenl Qircuit Dourt Judicial District caused Xbjr the death of Judge Charles Patteson W1Beckmanmonwealth aforesaidi by vlirtue of the authority ested in ine by- law11 do ordain and prOclaim that that an election shall be hejldin Noem1bcr8electing a Circuit Judge in said district to fill the said vacancy Ijn Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set my hand andcaused the Great Seal of the Commonwealth tobe hereunto affixed Done at Frankfort this seventh day of October A Dt 1904 and in the one hundred and thirteenth year of the Cpmmonwealtb JO W Beckham By theGovernor 4H V McChesney Secretary StateI VjBy WF Grayot Asst S cof State In obedience to the foregoing proclamation notice is Hereby given that an election will be held in each of the yoting pre cincts of WashjnglxJn cnunty en the 8th clay of Npvember 1904 same being the dayof there u lar November election for the purpose of electiflg a Circuit Judge in said Eleventh Judicial Distl ic of Kentucky In testimony whereof witness this 10th day of October 1904 Byron Croake i Sheriff Washington oKy ItoUceTo Creditors ashingtbn Circuit Court Preston Prather Adm etc plff vsVMartha Jape Reddix etc Deft By virtue of an order of the Washington Circuit Court made and entereJ in the aboye styled case all creditors of the estate of Sarah Francis Young are ordered to produce and file their claims against decedents before me at my office in Springffeld Ky on or before the I6th day of October 1904 properly prov en according to lawVM G LEACHMAN M C YC C HaiivMotliersoia a Like OoJliioll Mrs Pilmerj of Cordova Iowa says One of inychildren wits subjecf lip croup of a severe type and the giving of Chamberlain Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief Many mothers in this neighborhood think the same as I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their chil dren For stle by Hajdons drug store f bet Rabbits 7lono1 Rabbits cannot be killed in Kentucky until November 15th Under the new game law squirrels cannot be killed between February 1 and the 15th day of June of each year Squirrels and rabbits cannot be killed be tween September 15 and November 15 This last provision was enacted for the reason that so many hunters have the habit f going out in October claiming to be hunting squirrels and rab bits when in reality they were hunting quail This statute re moves the usefulness of this ex cuse Both rabbits and grrLy IIteetII year Doves can be killed only between August 2 and February jl of each year The Oaiinal Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar asa throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are ofierep for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey andTar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation Will give the same satisfaction Itis1 mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and deltoat persons Sold by Wood Campbell Broke Into His House S Lee Quinn of Cavendish VtI was robbed of his customary health by invasion of chronic constipation When Dr Kings New Lite Pills broke into bis houie his trouute was arrested Vow he is entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25c at 0 J Haydqns drugstore trtllt Early Risert ite famouf littto DIIt Jt 2 ff i A Matter Tr ofHealthMr There is a quality in Ro alI akmgPowdrwhlchmak s Vthe food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity VofRoyaIf has been notedby physicians and t eyaGc 1 vdllV ingly endorse andrr tSm re r mend 1j i i YORK ReportThe very high during the firsMfalf of the week but down 00 about normal during the latted part G9Qd showers occurred On the 27th and 28th and some light scattering oijies on other dates but the latter part of the week was generally dry The sowing of wheat progreSs eel fairly well but in some parts of the western section the ground was too wet ito work Early sawn fields are coming up nicely If favorable weather prevails a large acreage will be sown Tobacco is nearly all cut and hbused Itis generally reported to be Curing up nicely but there is some complaint of house burn ing The acreage wasmuch be lowithe average but the yield and quality asa whole is very good Corn cutting has advanced very well but there is consider s able late corn not quite ready for the knife Corn is veyirr g ular some fields showing the finest crops for years while others are very light It is nptr turning Out quite s good as was expected and as a whole will be somewhat below the average Apples have continued to de teriorate and are very poor Peaches are very irregular but- sbmewbatbetter Pastures and meadows haye improved considerably in most sections and the outfbok for fail feed is good Potatoes are being dug and a good crop is generally reported Farm work has been badly de layed by rain in some llocalities in the western section but it is generallywell up1 other porv tions of the State i V PresIdential Elect an will mate no Chanei No matter which candidate is elect ed Foleys Hdney fitir will remain the peoples favorite remedy for coughs colds and incip en consumption J t curd colds quickly and pre vents pneumonia AJ Nusbaniff Batesyille Inid writes I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist grspared me sojne medi cine and a physician I prescribed for me yet I did not improve I then tried Foleya Hope and Tar and IIIgbt doses cured me Sold by Wood Campbell Qr Dades Little Liver Pills cur Liyer Ills Sold ty Haydons Phar macy t Mikevtfrleii of He Edltir Every man iin every town dur ing the course ofa lifetime has to ask a favor of an editornot- an exception to this rule says the Hiwatha Kan World A man rnai escape a doctor keep clear of the tourts but once in a lifetime at least every man has to go to a newspaper to ask to have a certain piece put inadeath notice a marriage II 0 ice etc to have a certain piece kept out or to have his name printed m or omitted from some item It is therefore to your interest to treat the editor fairly He de sires to be fair he would rather do the right tban the wrong thing but if you give him a kick the dent of it may be found in your own hat some day and you will everknowbowit got there ijoVfc think yourself immune dont think that providence has especially faYgrdyou Your time will come and when itdpesi it will be A fine investment lo have a friend in the editors office TKfclrcSalc r L I will at my place on Beech F9rk near Fred rICkstown on the Cartwrights Greek road on I THUBSDAY Ocr 20t 19C4 f Beginning at l0 oclock am sell to the highest bidder the fpK lowing property About 30 head of cattle consisting of milk cows Shorthorn cows heifers yearling steers and weanling calvesy one Shorthorn yearling bull 5 good yearliug mules t6 mule colts a fine suckling horse colt 3year old mare 3yepold horse 7 good brood mares 1 pay horse 1 thoroughbred black horse 25 fattening hogs A lot Ot yt and 6ats and farming implements t t cdnsisting of 2 cultivators disc harrow hay rake etc 1 TERMSSums wider 1Q cash Over that amount JRi months tiuie with note bearing i 6 percent iinterest and nSgoite ble andpayabi at Peoples Do posit Bank Springtfeld Ky JOHN Av TUCKER A new theory that is proving suck LunkIi Bees Laxative Hocey and Tar TJiis remedy cuts the mucus heals the membranous lining of tho throat lutigs and bronchial tubes wards off Pneumonia and strengthens the oys tern generally Croup and Whooping Cotyjh disappear before its use 3t snow before the sunshine of Spring r Its pleasant Sold by HaydonsPbarV I macy 1r t I find nothing better for liver da rangement and constipation thae Ohamberlains Stomach and Liver TabletsL F AndIcws Des Moines for sale by Ha ydons drugstore t I Brt ers Uiitel V r JI vmMr James Welch woliyei r nea Samue1 this county is in receipt of a letter lromMartinf Welch whose home is at Dick son Tenn in which he states that he has reasons to believe that they are brothers and ask ing for information Mr James Welch who is now just forty years of age wh n1ti child was brought from Loui yule by Father Bax and placed in St Thomas Orphan Asylum near this city He was kept there a while and then wasfT bound out to Monroe Clark iV Daviess county He ran off from lNr Clark and came ckito Nelson was married LOn Miss Gnomes and is the happy father If thirteen chUdrenHe was always that he had two brothers in the army and the letter from Martin Welch states that theirVbrother Mike moved ta Missouri right after tb war and SOJSM jyears ago made a trip to Louis villa to bunt up his rellatlve k While there he was suddenly stricken and fell dead o Jtft itriet v 1 Martin Welch since the war haslivediu TenD 3i TWe re- ceiptof hisi letter by Mr James Welch tertainlj briags joy to him as he has often 1f ere4t whither or not he was dmibr Hlive and ia faceup to this time he knew no thiaj of hwrelativss The letter also tftJ1D t4 athM father arid mother Warijaqd fiannah Welch cited In LotaYi lvill1rsroKr W khf i i sura this w his Vroiliff and W ap Ji written hi to harm alljisj1 each otkerNeoe R conli I ri 1h j l bfi6k Ll I F n n TJI 71 tnNWSADR POlLtSHED EVERY THURSDAY St A YEAR IN ADVANCE j t SPRIM GFIELD KY E L DAVIS N Jr EDITOR AND POSLISHER i LocalI or blIttnel notices 10 cents per ach subsequent insertion trails on candidates and political matter I1e11LS pellno r Job work IIs done at low Tats but cash ust bo fiUd onsdellvery of goods f Ai esttsing contracts made onllberal r11 OSjttuirlei and resolutions of respect 3 bnts per line LOUrEMETS cunty Magistrates f 250 OWcora 500 t County Ofstrjni Omccs u rJO TaURSDAV OCTOBER 13 1904 tt =I For Circuit JJudge iWe line authorized to announce tI H THURMAN aVa candidate for theofilce of Circuit JuJ eof this the Eleventh Judicial oisUictf composed pf Washington Marion Taylor and Green counties SHbject to the action of the Derao crtIpaTLyt r The latest from the Japanese Russian war is that a battle is in progcess between Liao Yaiig Jr and Mukden Monday tile Jap p ariose aceei ved strong reenforce ments and assumed the offensive themselves causing the Rus sians to fall back Tuesday the Russian resumed their advance crossfed the clrili river and qn r f gaged the Japanese in an artill tiry battle The Louisville Republicans who l 11 the fight against Dr W r Godfrey Hunter in the Eleventh district say that it iis now too r late for him to make a contest against D C Edwards They s tythathe 1 Secretary of State has under the law Certified that t 1r stst4e nominee and that the certification must be i made thirty days befoEkttie t 1 ujO yester ay being the lqstayw Ifet Assistant t Pcsmaster Generalll Wynne was appointed to f V s ucceed Postmaster General Payne deceased The appoint ment is temporary and iit is thought Mr Wynne will basuc ceeded about January 1 by r eor B Gorlelyou chairman of the Republican National Com raittee i j Tlc Fruit Crop Quliicc3 pcncho pears and apples TvitctliGr 6iily or late need the most capfull patlwpriug sud jiaiulllug to se cnrac ofl results says American Culti vator Gatltor vbci ripe well colorci hut while tlrey are still Jlmi and soft Sttlcet good lar o frui f of even size cliaiMCicrlslIe ofi the variety without voryjs or otl1cr bleailslics without bruising or brulscsrln fact as near cIr ct Bpeclmonsi as possible Murk the variety then wrap flfst in tissue lja per tlcu in was pope then pack In jbaskeSs aiul put upl In the four basket J ors basket crates or in single taro Mxesj with all thej spaces filled with rnucr no that they will not move in the lotwhile lit transit It ClvcfJiloKH on the Farm iiTaaYtilRnuCvs Ueajluoltb raise Succ or gtjand ta kee heei because these Jtcxr nre baked upon as thmscroiisdl vearfoRB fran Ike rpgchir farci work payn tfdrm nnd Ilauch Would not a ftttie Glvdrrtion Lo occiisbnally accept able to fcirjn labor and to the entire pyatCHV of tie farm gelling John once ScteIi week to siipp InVteam at 4 oclock Ilmi kid for the familys use or taking l I9 bat and smoke to tlio hlvds k irprn bucke cf liincy Ij no wislo of lime The lion whj lad j time tJJliant n fruit tree or lrJn a vine about the home Ils te American hoaicmak- in Instinct and vIH never truly thrive t llniljIPeisPs Fertilizeri Thats a good name fox Scotts Emulsion Childrenr ire like young plants Some ttillV grow in ordinary soil Others need fertilizers The nature of som children prevents them from thriving on ordinary food Such chil drcn grow right if treated right v All they need is a little fer tilizcra little extra richness S Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment Jcvtilizersmake thingsgrow jjThatsjjust what Scotts Emul sion does It makes children 7 isgrQw in flesh grow in strength J r grow rich blood girowinmind t U6J3 grdw appy That swh t itfor r atwej7 makc rA t Scidtfoi free snmpie t CtSy C Jr jiqu4t N I i htr liiige inwv ooool di iW tnt iOOujVmTn1 UW iI t News From The County tt i T ffftppenlngc Among the County People as Reported by our Correspondents tn ftn MW q tti CCc FENWICK r v g 13rler4eft ojv 1esday fOr Ook1mdC Urcitnii1vJ ro he will make his future hornet Dalldams who is attending school at Raywick is here for a faw days Mrs TT Sewall of Arkan sas is visiting her parents at this place Quite a number of young folks attended the social Saturday- evening at the Barker home Iih honor of Will wld1eft for Cali fornia Will Nail and wile were in Bardstown thofirtofthe week SeveraLof our young folks attended church Sunday night at Mackville The oiing folks Qfthe Fen wick schopl will give an enter tainment Friday evening Oct 14 for the benefit of the hbray Mrs WG Adams v s in Ray icktlie fist of the week Mrs Cam Settles iis co va esc lug Pleasant Grovo Misses Sq Sweerey arid Elizabeth McElroyj visited Miss Nan nie Jhomps64 last week Miss MaryLDjloney has returned home Jroma vUib to friends here Mrs Sailia Gregory visited cr lalivedin BDyle county lastweek Misses DAVIS antIGiaham VauArdale visited in Loiiisyille last week George Royalty bought the Will Thompson farm Misses jJer nie and Ernba L2achma9en crtai ned last Mori day evening in honor of Misses Sue Sweeney an J Eii7a1eI McI lroy1 M DORESlILLEI a Since Our last there has been boru to the wife of Will Moore a son to the wife of S FL Weekly a son and to the wire of Johu Gambon ason- Married Oct 5 Mr Butler Armstironjg and Miss Bertha Moore ReV Saie officiating Walter Wilkinson his pur chased a tract of land from the Sni5er heirs Tom MattiffgJypurcbased from Mr Kidnfeillhe old John Hughes farm for 2100 Wallace Scay has purchased a part of the Ben Pile farm con taining about 140 acres more or less at about 25 per acre Uncle Geo Yocum jis very iJli at tniswriiing as is also Mrs Minnie Bntler Mijs Same Montgomery gave all ice ream siipjper at the fesi IdSjFIdSj alhOlal Mr James Cull and family of Wpkeneld are visiting his father atihisJplacea Our postoffice is discontinued aiidof cpurse boxes will be put up1here have been seven put up m the past week The Atigcl of Death visitdd Mr Charles Butlers home Sul daynigl at 8 oclbck and tocjk thejrefrom his loving wife Sne1 had suffered intensely for seve ral weeks with typhoid f6ven She waS the only daughter of Mr Jqe Settles She leaves Ia fatherjmother four brqthersj a husband and two small children to mourn her death She ivai a true Christian voman much be loved by all who knew herfeextend cur heartfelt sympathy to the family in their sad be reavement She was ijnterred at New Hope cemetery Monday j YaUcy HinIj 1 l Iami1YJiEdwdrdGoatley andMIJohnjyirin n dJieE i pentSirndaReed v J PJ Ee dand family and Hughey Goatley and wife vi 5lted JJyer8Pills Wanfyour moustache or beard Useiii M IfundayI GlahamVan1Arsda1e fromlLouisvme a visit to friends and slat artcrl On last Wednesday while re turaing from Springfield the bicycle ridden by James Moran became unmanageable and threw him into the road badly bruising I his hand and am Mr James L Moran had the misfortune to lose a very vain able cow one day last week from the effects of a fail received while walking over the fence upon a drift pile Mr Thomas A Grundy nar rowly escaped death lastSatur day by the engine of the work train He was crossing the track when the engine rail upon him Just as the wheels of his buggy rolled of the track the engine pulled by Thomas A says he doesnt want that close a shave again soon Little Miss Catherine Reqd has been quite ill for the past few days We are sorry tosay that Mri Samuel Tucker Js yet in a crti at conditionj JcnsontorJf Geo CocUnougher sold his farm to R H Best last week J VVPope sold hio tract of Janl located on Gravel Switch roaito Houston Green Mrs J L Harcrpn vho has been sck with typhoid fever has about recovered A H Grain and family visited his uncle W B Arnold ut Pprf yi- l1e Su Tobacco growers of this sect icn have about aUtheir tobacco housed R N Young of Lebanon was vsiting here last week Farmers are sowing seed in thir section oA s 0Eo Bear the TtaKiadYoa Signature n cf FOR THE CHILDREN Ilclclitof Tflundereioiuia A great cumulus thuuil rhcid elpiid towering up ou the harizon like n hxse flnniboyant Iceberg is often higher than the hfeh wt AlpH would be if they Avero pill on top of the IIIiu nhiytts It is not unusual for these clouds to measure tin slpnwl even eight Hilcs from their flat dark base liovcrlnj n mile or two above the World to their rounded glistenIng stmnnit splendid in the sunlight And in these eight miles tlie changes of tciKpcirature ute us great as those over many thousaiul tulles or the uartlia snrfuccl These clouds contain stnita of tcaipcrature harrow belts of free lug trolil alternating with largo dis tances of rainy fulsfnu frozen snaW zitI ice particles IIiiltoac whlci are forucd from a siiaw particle that falls from the upper strata viu iJ frozen hard In the freezing belt and tfoiitcd with atltlcd Ice on the wet belt nit often found with a Rerlcv of lay ers in their formation showing that they hue vase1 thrangli t11btUl cciwlon of clatid strata more than once on their way from the upper air to the earth An Cxcltlujr Kite iSxpcrlmcHt Two iulItaryxUitc3 attachedby sti l w5re ta a wliuh were sqnt up at an exhibition in England J1ll1 the wind being strong n man nained Baker ej cidptl to iol up ri a third and larger J kite maile of light canvas wlthlJnml loo mid hickory wooil framework To thlr was attached a cue scat In which the innnuat The largo kite went up easily along the wire but at an vltl tudc jof reel was blown to pieces danlg1l1lg lnslonI wire as fast as possible but the scout ami the hill came down at an alarm ing flitto and at onetIme Baker turned a soujcrauult lie alighted on the roof of a villa andcTeapcI l yIthout Injury Care tally Guard Their Deeds II1l11It papers vnlae lan boon the source of iuucbI arc never curried in Oft pocket as a white man tvould carcllUjrlllDetII reeenIyI SICl1l11ontstrapped over n shoulder a large uipjj sack apparently oirethrtl full of somoI thin However twhen the wrappings Il were removed otfiy a single deed aj roared la each of the bagaICansaa ftt i nriiiil houseTake WIbusreedy on theHveri 1re DYEIq Ii X wr M The SPORTING WORLD WorkI Iron man of t11Xew York Nationals Is awarded most of the credit for the victory of tlje New York Nationals in the pennant race- McGiuuityjhas won wOre games this season than any other twlrlcr In the Ir JOE JIOINXITV TillS lltOX MAN major leagues and he says he is able to win a1 few more before the cam paign doses Early in the season cP InnKy pitch games without a single de lltwCRR invented the raise ball a ago and now has a nc7 curve wluch he calls the cross dre It Is a vaiation of the outshoot The Trotting Scnuon No inattcr how much the track own era an l tie governors of thp National Aincvical Trotting association may dlspulot e fact Itt Is ncverthelesrt ap parent to a casna observer that the InI terest In professional harness raclngj not vs great today as IU wjis ivycar There ivas a good dot of talk last winter niul some little action taken toI wrd ninetlylng certain evils but nothing sulliclent was done anti as a consequence the questionable practices that olia actcrized the big meetings of 1103 bid fair to be duplicated Just wjhy the various men who com prlse the two governing associations cannot get together and revise certain rules aim bylaws which now are cither InsulDcScnt or actually Inimical to the best Interest of the sport is hard to understand Improvements in racing gear iui shoeing and In track building are welcomed on tile harness racing turf but any intjovatlon which means nn improvement on the antiquated form of deciding races Is vigorously oppoaedL la other words mechanical advancement Is all right but moral ad vancement Is nil wrong It is be hoped that the season of 1001 w show certain obstructionists 10 high the error of their ways IIaali l Pc and JIu beT JIcGovcrn Joe lluiaphrcyals now a pugilistic uunngir lie has started lila string with I ugley IcCii otcru Ilugl ey Is in good hands Stun liar ris lint s that his new theatrical von rlhl take up all hits time suit tureJIIUI his pugilistic intercuts over npfejs who has been his gen eral si ortmg representative for a long time Ilunphreys celebrated his debut as n maiager by issuing a challenge t tIToinmV Murphy which will make the Ken Yorker sit up and take notice I tjCiiiJ willing and ready says Ilumi hreys to make n bona llle Tommy Murphy for the lp of the east I mItdjwith h a tough proposition of his class and as he and cmade such o great show lug u Irauklo Nell I feel that a nialch letwceii Murphy and IlMghoy would make the hottest kind of a bout New 3iut ITor New York American iII Ne Y9rk Arneqcan club hugI purchased Third liaseman Joe YeagrI and Ichcr McManus front Montreal IJjth have had major league eXIled ence Ycager has played with Brook lyn und Detroit and McMnuus was with Detroit awhile Yeagcr wlll be used as utility man but It is not likely ork41tcor jiviiat Ft Comyany DOCK Ked Ponuhuo Is an example of whit association will do This enr1 he han a batting average of 224 as against In the shaCe in former sea Boni l6U6w Larry auJL wear decl ma IIJf JTliofbean Entliinr Chniiip Iii UM6uit is said lint saaie of the totdS chianiions havo failed to keep Ihcuischcs in condition In couse qiiciioe they have sfowed up while r teams scout to go faster 1oth Cleveland CInnta are are now seven giants ou the Cleveland team licrnhard Hess Joss Moprc onc1 Carr are nil six foot ers and Larry mid Bradley are very pea r the six foot mark jj IVult on the FernlttXowhcru is there oJ of n generous Kupply of fIt than ou the farm v here the iiivt is apt to be rc wtcicttxl In variety LetILite of the dis tance frjm markets Every farmer should rake n gcaerjiu supply of the kiiU cf fruit that cau Le grown Iii his IdcjaJity Wives and daughters ou the faims should Ibid pleasure In servIng those fruits iu the most healthful and lleijiiitinx form TLcceare a large mimj fliei of iiiipje dainty Oc crts that can Lo prepare wllli fruit and without niiith labor Such desserts leave tlo rc ds aiKpeeasioual shouldI IiitctIof jilKnvinr 4i t j bet a jtaily necessity In the season crteii kluUof fruit l3 plentiful arid its Lest n generous supply should camicil for the season when bqth ntll antI froli vegetnblc1 ore scarce ed States Department of rlcultUl Btilleiiu a Democratic Candidaf The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary hld1n Washington county August 6th 1904 They are Lo be voted for at the regular ehction November 19O- 5FortoifntyJudge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Clerk WF BQoker Repstnttive W D Claybrooke For Sheriff J S Qsbmirne SuDt of Schools J W Bush For JailerrGeo D Catlett ForAssessbrT P OBryau W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerS M Montgomery NEW SHORT STORiES lie Scored Oil Whistler One of the keepers at WIndsaron- ono occasion scored neatly off the lute James MccNelll Whistler Vho was making a study of a picturesque dump of oaks Mr Whistler could not endure to have any one watch hint whfle he was painting Ire turned sharply to the Intruder with the fixed and angry stare peculiar to him toy 0 oaf lIe exclaimed You loutish clodhopper Dont you kjiow better than to stand tbee annoying me Whatposslble Inteaest tsiu you take fn what I am doing BIe3s me cried the mkn 4ont get excited sir 1 meant no harm but I uever In nIl iny life sir sjiw an art- 1st painting two pictures at oflce1 WqlstlerbewUtIorc So I said sir replied the keeper quietly And Im blessed sir if I dont like the one youvei got your thumb through the best ofj the two And he painted to the great palette smeared with every conceivable tint that Mr Whistler held lit his left hand Jack Was He ponihlc When JUJ Ilambldgc the artist was painting the portrait of exPresident Cleveland he speht sgme time as a visitor at the family uiausloa In Princeton N J The cxiffesldcint gave me many sit- tIng but one In partlculjir said he made the picture Mr Cleveland sat- gragJY44jfl1jlgl armchair talking It his early in the afternoon his face was unusually grave and lacked the expression I wanted A tap came at the door and in sidled his son Jack the apple of ids eye Now I wants my lessen in fishin father said the lad nut my son here I Mr Ham bldge the artist We are busy Oh let him stay said L Very well replied Mr Cleveland and the boy jumped between his fa rr8 UP AOAISSt THE BOCKS tIery legs and proceeded to unreel lishingj line from a spool He thrjcw it across the room jind out Into the hall Its against the rocks father bt shoutei t So It Is son was the reply Jerk It tSi way carefully gently now dont disturb your fish JThero ypu ore You must Jiuve a bite now Dnivf It lin this wily quickly not too ex cKedly And the expresident hjpked Into the bos face rwith all the warmth of a true 114eralan1is Jack pulled In some ty called by hhn nI trout hut he hrtil hiifden bcfor6 the make bellevp llshlng began IIt was during tills lesson tljnt I thqIIintlmafes t family afterward Jack rnilly did 1U 11 XdlantPhladephht Ledger What He ncucmblcd Some years ago William T boarded In the same house SmedlefI young man who pricedI likenesi to the artist t though truth toll he Was very plain while M toI Stnedley was quite hundsome the New York Times One ipornlng it SmeJlcIDo you know I am thought lIl0yOuEf Uiijlcod wits tthe nnsAver fll cannot Feqrny rc einblnucc fVeII give me a goal look nOw and taI tne who I am IIktt The nr Ist ljolel at hlni steadily for n few moments nud thou rcpHpJ r JTou look only jike the boardlii house martyr at thesteak i NoCnniio For Worry ifTjabor saving Inventions npver do any real harm to laboring men npd women said Professor S P Langle the siIentlst and ncr unutuThe who bemoan the appearance of labor 1rrofesJrSndi unphllosophlcal persons he resumed should learn a lesson rrilll the stable cat Have yell heard of the stable cat It sat on the horses bacjc1 Dear Cear the horje wall6lv Now that autoinobllesmire coming liitc such favor I fear I shant be wanted Nonsense said the stable eat pont carry on so bfpthc ThQ mouse trap didnt do away with mtt fid IU + iiOO forGand StUdebaker tJ Wagons Headquarters FARM SUPPLIES Quantity r McClURE WEUS j i p f P 00 DEALERS IN tBuggies Impteients Grain a llield Seeds 0 ii l c We handle Buggiesi Suireys parts Of lgiaj to 1 the purchaser Agents for the Syracuse HillJide P1w Call and extmine our extesiye f Harness Collars Work Gear Buggy Robes anti Horse hnkets IEED WHEAT Cash Paid for f HIDES and FURS lEES Laxative HONEYTAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young andrOld TPEFARED BY F 11SoldCommissioners Sale Hugh AUberry etc Pius Equity3ohnny vlrtubf kkJttdgment and order of eae of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term there f 1S04 i the above cause shall proceed to ofiertor sale at the Court- House door iiiSpringfleld Ky on MONDAY OCT 24 19C4 gc or about oclock pni being couiity court day to the highest- bi4derat public auction upon a credit followingdescribd Three certain tracts or parcels of land situated in Washington county lIy anti bounded as ffollows toWi Trct No IBeti- nnThgat a stone on the south mdlLcbanorPhillips thence B 84f w 130 poles poes to a white oak hlcUory and beech tree car to Phillips and Joshua Masters therqe NI 52 w 129 pplsto a stone cor tu 1rs Hill Mudd and the dower iN S3 E 37 poles to a sugar tree on side ofblancbcorto dowqr thence NC4A E 56 poles to a stone neUr the spring cor to dower thence N 48JE 54 poles 10 a stops cdr tp dower thencet bpgiI11ringcontuJllng66 and 20 poles Tract No2 bounded be inning at two ash stumps on the south side of the Fredericksburg and Lebanon roadc r to G Conner und W TAiiberry thence S 53 J E 54 polls tastone cor Iwspring coi lo the r niainaer fsugarsame thence S 88 w 89 poles toI a stcne cor to remainder Mudd and Mrs Hill thence N 88i EI128 poles to ihe fapginhiog taming 33 acres 1 rood andi3I ples Tract I o 3 Begiming at a sugar tree and whl joalr cor tb Ralph Spink pi ce thence S 41J E 193 poles to a hickorv and ii red oaks cor to said R Spinks Musters and Francs Spinks thence with the Hoc df F Spinks land N 35 E 85 poles to a beech and maple bv upithl ppnoite the Bear wallow hence N 61 iv 177 poles to a sugar tree end backland red ok near the N E- corner of lolm fills field thence N 7 w 40 poks to a stone ii Jhe redge of an old peach orclard and opposite lhccop er of John Hills lied thence S 45 joles to a blue ash ard beech near and below bud Hills ihence S 25 w51 pj es 6 a red oak and ash ontbelbJanchthence up sad branch binding thereon tp the begin ning contain inx by survey 90 acr s For the purchase price the pur cbaser ur purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legall interest from data of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Bidders will be required to comply promptly viththeBBtcijns M LEACH MAttM C W CCI pcs Honey nnJ Tar is difforen from all pithcr remedies offered fortbe relief of cough lung and branchial troublcj iIt contains Antiicptic proI pertics thafdcstroy the germs and Solvent prooerties that cut he phlegml allowiiig it to be thrown off moves PIWhopll1PI r ulghtoS t1JY Jt for alt j PRIKGFIDLD 11 Phone No2o5 Ii We Coalin j from a a I suit line Moves Spring Judgment Ilajdons Pharmacy v PliYer Chilled Plows It Jl7I I The Smart Set r 1 A Magazine of Clevernessl fLi 1 Magazines should haven well cll fine purpose Genuine entertainment = musement dud mental rpctdationr ret the mot e ot T11e Smart Sdt the MOST sdcCESSr UL OF MAGA NE Jts novels t complete one in each numb r are b Tthemff brilliant authors cf both hemispheres Ii Hwrtstr es are niatcbles clean and fulolhutlurn1nfrQst Its pbetry covering the entiie Ii eJ 4sof v ersealhoc Qe oncfnbfihelaIts jokes witticisms skechfk etcare admittedly the frost mirth prosokiugt i ior160 PAGES 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SprngtielJf good small house good barn place wel1fencd and watered mostly m grass Prices 4Opeiacre 4Sfr9rnSpringfield good house ana barn ail good land fir tc1q s tobacco lane Price 1300 160 acre farm7 miles horn pikeIwe Land in high S ateof cultivation Price 25 per acre 39 a6ro farm G miles trom Spring HeM on rake jorfd six roon house all good outbuild ings pleny of waterl and well fenced eilOO 17Oacre firm 9 miles from Spn gtfeld gbd house and bafn plenty go d tobacco land well wateed arid fenced Price 4000 51 acre place 11 mlcsfroni Spriuj field Land all lays vreli aud in high state of cuti vision small three room houseand good barn rice 1800 95 acre farm 5 miles from Sprint field right on pike srrall house and barn plenty of good tobacco land Price 2500 20J acre place 7 miles from ChurcbI00d3ODJhOJse 140 nero farniip2i mites from 5pringfiel 6 loom house good stock and tobacco barnJ arm mostly in grass Piicp 40 per acre 200 acre farm 5 mils from Springfield gbod IVOUSQ and barn ul good landr CO acres of bottom lland well fenced plenty of limber Price 50 per acres fropSprmgfie1 grass dwelling stock amV tobacco barn wellI fencod 85 per acre 180 aero farm 5 miles from Springfield near pike farm well J sell OOt r Any r 4 BlJshenqI 00 iji1jrTornado Y t discussions will I IEDUCATIOiI the Uia COLLEGE the fenced lO a6es timbar land good room dwelling and al good outbuildings 25 per aO- r1260acre farm 7 miles froLneaYpikcv nOIY j fenced and waters 11In ad3itiori tothel above i i have for sale good r sil rCPs Springfield 50 Ucre farm 3imics frt n SpriogfieVd nice dwelling fir l class barns and putruiiaiigssifevery kind i 140 acre farm 5 miles fr m Springfield 50 qcres bptiom la nji small dwelling and Jlarge t a R pribe35peracre V jl 140 acre farm Siniles f S 1Springfield good houe and bdJvell fenced ki s waterel pi cl5 pi mere flaD acre farm 7 mica fil r tbt ue Ut1titSb1350pr acrCfToCllraoMlu One Paj TaIe LAXATIVF BROMO OTJ Nit INE Tabfete All druggists rf u 4 i the money if Jt fails to curb ll Wj jGrovessienatJre sonWcli lor r Nitde Ta CrediU Jennie 0 Willett Ada 11ivs vv fyV Ni i tipTnobediin the above styled cause at hIpr higfltorof the estate Df dfoE Wil ett flcceasedtjarereciired p pres ntj their claims properly prpver t4 me aftny office in Spring La Ky ou or before Oct 25 1904 J M G LEAOHMAN M c w c I FOLErS I1L tWilli t or Blaflder disease that isj tot beyond the x ach of medicine tVIM UP TO DIB 4 J ifl4JaLprriFoaovfuaravswtrcb14witkakidneyasdbi14sjaffcUos asdwanaabitoork ThaspLycisa all t help ad w lMft tio to die IftiaxV XIdiey W3 nKoranMiiaa i andl In line boU ave IlesL eief aft i lak iraeeiJ bOItIIII itis1cuFt1 Tw lUft 3d Cnta and f OQ c DRJMJ BURTON RUSIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED VITHOUT PAIN1 WockjQmcB faf up sUlr fI SPRINGFIELD ICY All Dental P Work Strictly j Firstclass DR JH LAMPTON j =OFFICE v I Operations W FGRIGSBY ATTORNEYwATLAWIe SPRINGFIELD i- CYI1SgM6reen 1 DENTIST Allkinds ot dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord Plone5O SPRINGFIELD KYt J BROBARDS if WFYATT RoBARDS HYATT Physicians Iud Surgeons Office next to Ulerk Office JAMES GRAVES PCACTICAI yutcbmalerantJCJcler carr es a line of Watches Clocks and Jew Iry Repairing a Spe cUlty Located atTWil imms r Jr old law office opposite Court House Springfield Ky DR IFF TRUSTY i f i PRACTICAL DENTIST-f 1 I Office over Haydon Barbers rpental work reasonable pricestt All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY vJOiWY MAYES r FUiERftL KECTOI j JND EMBALMER 1dTELEPONEDAY 19 NIGHT 74 msosm IT R UaveYYou HaolHi kTO DOI- fsoCcllu J L ALLEN attteDe ro f JRElGHT UDTRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved I td an ything in the haulirig ine don carefully and at x easonable rates l PHONE 22 Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now4n effect On the Eard town 4 and Springfield branch railroad J No 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm V4Leaves Springfield at 530 raV Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am JNr 4D Leaves Louisville at 700 aim Bardstown Junction 930 am Birdstown 1115 am I jirritf6 at Springfield 1240 pm No 44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm 4 BardstownsUfl3tl011 485 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves j Springfield at 715 am Bard3 tbwnBam Bardstown Junction Y 815am arri es at Louisville 935 a m No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown tli3i p m arrives at Springfield 825 pm Ticket P4 145 J JIsthe winner of the prize in Y thciegg contest Owner will please present same and claim iifri Jr H JONES ii TOWN ni iiT II7oTi Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest IAllAboutYOtI S elf Friends AcquaintancesJ 11M q jIsorghum at 0 I New country sorghum at J A Shaders MIf MILTJNERY Latest styles and lowestprices at Mansfields Pretty tailor madej suit prices very reasonable at Mansfields Prash fish oysjfcerjs and celery every Friday at J A Shaders Call filad set Our prices it costs you nothing and jaffprds us great pleasure C WjHJigan FOR SALEOIeOW and nine pigs alto 8 fine shoals E M RUSSELL Mrs Kate Wiuiaiins has gone t the milliner markets for more new and up tb date hats In order to make room for fall goods for 10 days I will sell fruit jars at cost pW Hqfgan 4JIrOR SALEAb1ut 35 second hand school desks1 JW K ROBERTSON Take your produce to C wIHagan and get the highest mar ket price for it Cash if preferred Newest creations in fine quaIl ty pretty fall Hats are now ready for your inspection at Mansc fields j Fall goods are arriving daily so anything vyou jvqntr in the grocery line I J it C W Hagan hare W P Hatclieti of Mackville this county bpught a weanhng mare mule of Tom Mattingly of Loretto for 65 your business is what J want o we will make ip to your advnn tage to give iius a call C W Hagan j coltanantcall on JHN A TUCKER Booker Kjv What everybody says must be true that the eststylesand them st reasonable prices in milliuery ar to be found at Mrs Williams j Raini coatsaIthe go for fall and winter veai v They are be ing shown atMEtiiristields at very low prices See them they are bargains FOR SALijrPure bred Barred Plymouth flock cockrels and pullets extia fine Miss LIDA CLEMENTS F n NO ja Lebanon Ky WANTED 4 small house or part of a housfe in Springfield Wanted byr ii small family to rent For particulars apply office at ftrtlter LEAD R Leo Haydon has sold a halff interest in his livery stable to S B Thompson JrM and bought of Mr Thompson a half interest in his untejrtaking establishment They are both hustlers and shoulu dp k good business t Mr Benedict Miles and Miss Anna Mary Hamilton were married at Sb Rose Washing Too county Wednesday The groom is a son oDcir Miles while the bHdisbeJ daughter of J E Hamilton Jfalj parties are citizens of this cqnnyLebanon Enterprise Mr Ohas Brady of the Texas ieihhorhool bought of M- ri W McChbrd Tuesday his fine farm situated about one mile from town on the Mackville pike and containing 234 acres for 75 per ture This is one of the finest farms in yashington county The deal was made through Mij G C WJiarton the real estate Fan i rA reuniofa of Franklin Graves children t grandchildren and other relatives was held at the old GraVe homestead near Jen sonton on Saturday September 24th A bountiful dinner was prepared which was served in the llarge hall Af dinner Mr Harvey Lawson held a short service iIi the old parlor rioter which a closing hymn was sung while Uncle Harvey LawsOn Aunt CJaroline Christerson and AUnt Mollia Yankey went afoundj shaking hands jtncT bid ding all an affectionate farewell I S M Campbell reports f TOPICS 1 sale of John F Simms person alty as being a success from statfe to finish Milk cows and calves selling at 40 to 86 9 nice feeding cattle brought t4 16 per hundred mules sold high and also horses 1 twoyear old colt by Norvin W brought 8385 He also reports Bardstown court day as being very well attended and several head of stock on the market Mule colts sold from 35 to 75 Fed mules from 351 11 to 150 plug horses cheap and hard to sell some few hogs sold at about 5c per pound At Hudson ijros sale in Louisville Tuesday Norvin VY was withdrawn at 1950 Chester Dar at 625 and Cabbells Lex ington at 600 Gambian was bought by Lawrence Jones ofj Louisville for 600 Highland Maid a Norvin W colt soldto Tetchner Newgass of Chicago for 380 Artless sired by King Alvaro was bought by the saine parties at 22jJ A Norvin W sorrel gelding was purchased by Stuart Co of Atlanta at22Jl 50 Four weeks ago Col Wath eri sold privately a Norvin W colt to Lawrence Jones for 600 making his sales in a few weeks more than S2JQOO Four of these horses were purchased by mil lionaires who are exhibiting them at the biggest shows inthis countryLebanonEnterpriseDied Mrs Nannie HntseJp lar died at her home in ColumbusIqd last Sunday morning burial fol lowing Tuesday She was the wife of Mr rHjtsenpillar and was formerly Miss Nannie Marks a sister of Mr Keut Marks of Springfield She was aged 45 years and was born and reared at Woodlawn She is survived by her husband and three chil dren She has many relatives in Nelson county Standard Musical Recital The musical recital at Springfield on the evening of Friday October 14 composed of the bestI ttalentof this city will be a fea ture of interest to the Bardstown lovers of music as well as to Springfield Mrs Sallie Pul allJJ Yew lFstudied in Louisville forJ many years under Prof Clement H Staplefoirdl She has a sopra no voice of wide range power and wonderful sweetness Mrs Mattie Louise Haviland isa brilliant contralto with rich full tones clear and expressivecom bined with a pleasing manner Mrs Pearl Haviland Tuttle ac companist and pianist has shown remarkable musical abili tyat the age of 12 winning a splendid piano iin a contest One of the judges being the renowned Patrick OSullivan The entertainment will be a pleasant affair and will attract a large tiudienceStandard- Opera House Friday night Oct 14 Seats on sale at Woad Campbells for Sale Two shares of Peoples Depo sit Bank stock Will be sold next county court day to the highest bidder at 1 oclock pm at the- CQIIrthOUSC dpor J K WALLS FANNIE WALLS Executors of the estate of Catherine Walls PUBLIC SALe OF farm House and Lot I what my rEsidence three fourth miles from Springlield on Perry ville pike on SATURDAY OCT 22 1904 At 2 oclock pm offer for sale my house and lot House has 6 rooms hall varanda porch and outbuildings splendid gar den good well Lot contains If acres At same time and place I will also sell a small farm of 14i acres good land 1i mile froth Springfield on PerryviJle pike with good 4 room houge out buildings good garden Will take pleasure in showing any one the property f TERMS 6netbird cash bal ance in one and two years with note bearing 6 per cent interest For farther particulars see W PLAWRENCE Springfield ICy S MvCampbell Auctioneer Ringfs Dyspepsia Tablets cure indi cstiou cyspcpsh and strengthens the atortiafch Sold Uyv Uaydona lhin- riy 4 f Tr DONTS- jDJNT buy Glasses over a ycopnterJ and select them frijl yourself You may select a j pair that aids your Vision for the tIme being yet may prove most injurious DONT buy heap Glasses f J such lenses are imperlectly j ground and unlike- DONT read in bed or on a jlmcving train JDONT read withou your Glasses or with some one elses J rourj3uoldJG lasses whenyou feel that they are not just ghtiIt Its So Easy to Have Then Right Cs F RUSSELLS jjI Maini St Springfield Ky PERSONAL H M Jones has returned im St Louis Forrest Cecil of Uniontown iis here on avisitltotl relatives W D Claybrooke has returned from a trip to Denton Texas P D Drje of Lebanon vas in Springfield Saturday on business quiteinfever Misses May Hamilton and Sarah Simms left Monday J r St LouisMessrs Cv H Mclotire and W H Whartoq lave returned from Louis Miss Mary Dohoney of Leba nou visited friends in Springfield last week M Scott McCabe and sister Miss Mary are ysiting relatives at Winchester Miss Margaret Hagan has re lurned from a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs John F Greene have returned from a pleasani visit to friends in Danville Miss Aiethaire Medley has returned home after a pleasant visit to Missj Julia Mattingly Mr T B iTorley of Savannah Ga who has been the guest of Miss Martinet Leachman has returned home Miss Delilah Cun of Louis ville who has been the charming guest of Mrs1J F Pettus has returned home Miss Elizabeth Leachman has returned from pleasant visit toper sister Mrs J B Hill of Lebanon Dr George Sbauujy has re turned from uNewport where he acted as best man ut the Sutton Forse wedding Misses Lula and Pearl Young daughters of Mr and Mrs Will Young have roturned hcfuie after a visit to friends iin Lebanon Mrv James F Gregory and laughter Miss Lzzio Mae have returned from St Louis where they fttended the Worlds fair Mr and Mrs A H Robertson visited relatives in Springfield the first lf the week Mrs Rob ertson and Mss Margaret Russell attended the Horre Show in Louisville last week farm For Sale r I have for sale from loO to 130 acres of the farm known as the Joe Clark faIn situated near Hillsboro Washington county Contains about twenty acres tobacco land and a fine locust grove containing from 300tp 5400 worth of locust posts House and barn and necessary outbuildings Well watered two good ponds and a half mile from pike Will lako 1350 per acre For further particulars apply to Z P LE CIIMAN Taxpayers Notice The state and county taxes for the year 1904 are now duo and all persons owing same will please call on me or my deputies and settle without further delay which will add costs BYRON CROAKE tf Sheriff W C Better M Pills t The question has been aske4In what way are Chamberlains Stomach and Llv Tablets superior to the ordi nary cathartid and liver pills Our answer is They arc easier and more pleasant to tahe and their effect is so gentle and so agreeable that one hard ly realizes that it Is produced by a medicine Then they not only move the bbwels but Improve the appetite and aid the digestion For sale at 25 cepts per bottle by Haydons drugstore If troubled vritlfa weak digestion try Chambe4 Iains Stomach and I iy9r Tablets They will do you good For- pale by Haydons drugstore 3 1AE Tools Tools Toots abpve allII DIAMOND theVfty Jrenced ltD1and1 WE HAVE f ttDiamond Edge Axes Hatchetts Chis Jg mj j Drawing Knifes Braces Bits l 4K14 jffijI j 1j1 j t K hultzlII I t BARGAIN WEEK fjii B ginning Monday October I17 to 24 inclu HolidjayGoods 10 to 15 Per Cent Off OIl Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoesall oqlyCalltrouble to show thlQugh MTgoods are second to none Prices quality guaranteed Respectfully V P J THOMAS QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Farmers Bank of Mackville j MACKVirtB KY Atclose of business September 30 1904 BESOURCESbk Lovs uid 44306 58 Overdrafts secured 583 70 Overdrafts unsecured 1324 02 Due from National banks 442390 Due from State banks fe bankers Due from rrust- Companie8 000 442196 Banking House and Lot 1000 00 Other Rpal Estate u 000 Mortgages 000 U S Bondf 000 Other Stocks and bonds 000 Specie 136046 Currcnny j 25400 1620 Exchangefor Clearings 000 Other Items carried as casa 000 Furniture and Fixtures l33fl 16 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses last quarter 771 22 Total 3 53368 10 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in casb ISjOpO 00 Surplus Fund Undivided ProuiL 711 49 Due Depositors as follows Deposits subject to chock on which interest is not paid 3417787 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 0 Demand certificates of de posit on which interest is not paid 0 Time certificates of deposit- on which interest is paid S 295000 37127 87 Saving deposits on which Is paid L of Certified checks 00 Due National banks r 00 Due State banks bankers C16 74 Due Trust Companies 0 Cashiers Checks outstand ing 0 Bills rediscounted 0 Unpaid 0 Taxes duo and unpaid 0 Capital c notpaid i 0 Total 5 55368 10 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members therof directly or if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actualLy paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank 57356j72 How iis indebtedness stated in above item secured Notes discounted Highest amount of indebtedness of a ny director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceed 10 pr cent of paidup capital stock of bank How is same secured Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the of the company or linn the liability of the individual mem br thereof cxceec130per cent of paidup capital surplus No If so state amount of such indebted ness None Amount of last dividend 600 Were all expenses losses interest and trxrs deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of nee profits of the bank for the period Covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Stato of Kentucky J at County of Washitigtoij pJ W Sallee Cashier of the Far mere Bank of Mackville a Bank loca ted and doing business in the town of- Mackv1lJelosaid county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is in all respects truestatement of the condition of said Bank at the close of business on the 39th day of Septem ber 1904 td the best cf his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been tran sactrd at the location named and nbt elsewhere and tbatfthe above reportJ is made in compliance with an official 1 otlce received from the Secretary oj i tate designating the TOth of Sej tim and the best of EDgE TOOLS iThey are made of I lt warranted Ifitisi not as Saws I you and dividends indirectly liability chiber3904 as the day on which report shall be made f J WSAILEE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me btT W Sauce this thle 5th da j o Octo Jser 9104 tbos J GraveSt N P APromin n Tram I1ll THe many friends of G S Hausau fpresentfFlingknow of his recovery from threatened kidney disease tic say I was cnred by using FoleYsKidney Cure which Irecommend to ill especially train men who are usually similarly afflict ed t CHOICE MiSCELLANY The American trlch The encyclopedias describe the os trich ns polygnrapus In California however he hdopts American Institu lions and chooses but wife X shallow hole scoopedl out In the ground serves ns ti nest where every alter nate day an eggllaitL Such an egg Half a yard aiWud the longest way and tipping the scales at thr c ahd a half pouuda A slilsTb egg would ue a breakfast for a large family though by no moans nu cranoKiIctil 0110 From twelve to eighteen eggs are laid Then the forty day sitting begins In which the mule assists Taking his shifts nt nilit visitors seldom see hint engaged In this feminine occupation Having many enemies In their wild state na ture wth tmcrring foresight has de creed that the hen brooding by day should match the sand vrhilM the part ner who takes her place when the shades of evening nrc drawn Is the color of the night When a Wc0k old the chicks are orth25 apiece and n pair pf fouryearold ostriches 500 This is no wonder for thci lieu for getting the seasons In a laid of perpetual sunshine lays all the year round Instead of twice a year as Ill Africa l ach bird produces every nine mouths a crop of feathers Worth about 30 while the tourists who pay to see them and carry otrthclri expensive plumage as souvenirs form the largest crop of all Sunset Magazine Problem of Medical Etiquette It Is an Jinclent custom In Huugorj1 that whOn a medical candidate has passed his examination with distinc thou and the doctors degree Is con ferred sub nuspiclls regis he should receive from the emperor of Austria king of Hungary n ring bearing the Initials FrJi set In brilliants After a cortahutlrne rIs admitted to present his thanks in person to th sovereign In connection with this cutom a curl ous problem recently exbrclscd the mind of a young doctor wljo was serv ing his time In the rt ono year volunteer nrmY1ns to present himself beforef he- wn greatly puzzled how to do so for on the one hand as a prlvajto soldier he ought to wear his shako While on the other as a doctor of medicine he shouKit carry his hat under his Arm In his porplextty sought counsel of his colonel who after carefihl considera Lion dellvprcd himself of the following opinion If the cmpfror spcakp to you In German vrUicU Is the language of the army you itmst regard y6urself asa plain one yclir volunteer and you will therefore keep your shako on your head But should his Imperial majesty address you in Ilungariaii this means that he sees In you a doctor of medi clue rather than a soldier and you must therefore uncover your head Iondon Globe t IHliIF1FF1 HltlEMR mBLUE GRiS5IUR3ERIES Lexington KyI Offer for the Fall ojf 1904 a full 1 1smarithing for the Orchard Lawn and Uardek Descjrlptiye cata logue OD app 1icOlou I J SlUtS Skirts Cloaks t Ij r MCrateiiettesI We havetfustt received a full line of the above goods and are ngw prepared tc to show our patrons the LATEST Styles at RTGIEIi prices Come Early 1 and make your sselectiOii befQtethe V Vi= stocks are broken 4 f I k ff It ririHEREJJS18 ONE I of the MAilfY Styles 3 we are now showing IIRespectfully ftftIIOBERTSON BROSiv i Springfield Ky tfH c i OHX SliUCK McELRaY tG C W1inTo4 McEIroy fr Wharton i Insurance RealEst te Agdilts i 1C 1 Fire Life and tornado InsurbnC J t Land Soldon Jomniissicn r1 Office over Peoples BankPhone 42 II D J1 IL Ql FALL AND NINRrrf1 r m CLOTHES lijtm Stylish made tQ order Suits Iff t SlOOp and upwards CI W Ii ffmIj i J tti il11imf1lJimj I M for fall and winter b- Sm LVMABEL IIi WIJ 33Local Agent Springfield Ky tQ r f DD BBBBaD lt auBJ1lrEgt tBBE mmThn Big MoneYMaker or jog Raisers m JIL rr IIoJIS Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more tMn27 11 jq years hasstood the severest tests and iin all cases can be depended upon m f DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALLHOGS THAT DIEt t t iWlei i i valuable book for every hog raiser and a FREE copy of which may be had at our store for the asking it packageJA1 The greatest eggproancer on the market Kep fowls I 4diseasesdiseasesS 28 lit ltaj 3150 215 pJpackagcS Drr Jos Haas Live Stock Remedy j Fer Morses Cattle alMpEtro r J As its name implies this a REMEDY not a food and it Is un- equalledM for correcting the common disorder imhorses cattle and I 5 pconditionerJ disease I PACKAGESi vj 5 r McLURE WELLS CALL FOR CIRCULARS SPRINGPIELjL a E EBEmDI ai jiJtiiijitlliwwwW W lttMWiww attwI I Th Best is the Cheapest And There is None beer Than j I THE PAGE IOYEK WIRE pppSta l 3 t AFehcefbr eveiy PurposeS It will turn anything and cant be run ovr any ll kindi ofgrounM AlPties aba AieortmentsI l v Bnrns ieeiii A WOllSri i ddXi Ilelinquent List J A list of deferentj 7axp YerrYX countysXvTvtf ff1 iHpWr 1903 t vf lhJ1ff1fff jit J tE1r b VC a i spiytH UNOt 0 JiS Odbpyrnb J Deputy Sheriff DelinquentiList r i Attenuon rnriai5OO 1 Notfound b Boone Dicki 1Imlolcn Berr1OcyIns1vcntDoyle John L 1 Insolvent Green Oocar 1 Left Co Ilaydon Dan 1 Left Co Hiiydbri Garjiett 1 Left Co Wile 1 Listed twice 1BuniplireyJohnson Will 1 Insolvent 1Jattil1j HCIUy 1 Insolvent J Moh1eyJrnCt i Insolvent Smith Will K 1 Not found t Iith Jim h 1 insolvet i I i1 tRINGFil3 nNOjq Boyle W 4 1 1nsoh it Bi1LouigLL 1 ipsol e k 4 Bpndj Wit y 1 1nso1vnt r Barton B ti i 1 NatXpulifd CIeatham1J + 1 Insolvent 4NIConway Tlioi 4 1 Insolvent r Dorscy Will I Left CoJ Ed erton Andrew 1 rnsblverif Green John I l IJ1sohcnt O neenTi11 1 tnsdlvent Graven John Not Iouiiil Graves Leslfci 1 Insolvent atn1QnW bt SO 1 Insolvent Hood James S 1 r4cftTcoJJanice B G J 1 Notfounji 4 JutiCet Eibcrtj 1 Insolvent Murphy AR lI vsl Insolvent Mattinglyj Joei i Insolvent OGara Confcww 1 Insolvent OGa HughiU 1 Insolvent Sherrard Bryant 130 1 Left Co Simpson Georg6 Insolvent Inipson Lijre 4 1 Insolvent v Srliotnpson1 J P 1 Ins9lverit KELLY SHOP HalJItoe 1 Left Co f A Painfuf Affair f lie cmateur enterlainmoftt given at Mcln tier aal11last night was with one or two exceptions tne rottenest thing or the kind t ever seen in Atchison The sjngingof Miss KPdao F ring tIonwas soccthing awful sound inj most of the time like a pi6 s4uealhg for something to eatjj potio er joy her sinking in private whereas they were borer They spurred her on t make herself i1 diculous last night and did her q great harm by nob giving her a 7hitt of the truth The Lender son misters played aduefcon the plrii1o for fifteen minutes by tile watch It wassimpijy awful butt the audience thought it woud I tot bo polite not to applaud and brought op a second attack which stdfur ten minutes The sis ters were probably ruined for good housekeepers by this mis applied kindness of tim audience Palson Interon youth who shoull be put to worlt sang 6ne of toe maudlin popular songs abont SiJte going away from home because her father would not keep heisuppliedwith street ccar tickets Falson loafs around wiih the eirls too much find tie Avill never amount to anything The recitationst by Annie Chant tprand Ailice Poinen were the same old thing on the same old suVfccts Yet both were ap lauded and their minds turned froin tbe right channels of house work and dshwashing It was an unfortunate affair throughout and no good can come of it Atchkson KanEaG1obeV v Teachers Association VTne ffuUfch CongresionalLis triL TeaohcM Association will nreUat Hodgenville on the 21st 1te22l of this jrtonth and it iis c expected hat all of the promi XicnVtcchort and fripnd of edu catTonjin the district will be in fl 4 n ance The Committee on 4 4 b InDiGESTION I was troublcrt with tom ech trouble ThedfordsBlact Brau ht did mo more good in ono wosjr tian all tho doc jtora modiclco 1 took in s Vf JBBUIOFIfiLl r DraughtVcnnciily invigorates the ac Vtion of thect toIn1Chnncl cfindigestion willtfprds Black Draught occa sionally you wIll keep your Etomach and liver jn per foot condition IrJEDFQRD5 0 bA DRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thcdfordg D1ack Draught not only re lieves constipation cures diarrlicea and dysentery cud tccps the bowels regular AU drrggist seU 35ccnt packacca lackDraughti i VT VClue to regolatorthe b0we13V e MRSAFerry If COItSTIPATIOII t I t SPRINGFIELD NO 9 J S Osbournes Colored Delinquent List Brady John 1 Insolve trOarrzco Thhn 1 Insolvent Clements Ambrpse 1 insplvernt Fenwick WiUvU 1 rnsOh eat Grundy George 1 Insolvent Graves Frank 1 Not found Moore Harrison 1 Insolvent Miller Jrm L 1 insolvent JMontgomery Johnw r 1 Insolvent Montgomery Will 1 Insol entcC1lro3John 1 InsolventIMitcfieilj Ben 1 Insolvent j Norris Math V 1 Insolvent Roberts Dan r 1 Insolvent Stone Do 1 Insolvent Spaldinff Will 30 1 NotioCinii Suesberry Jjiill == 1 Dealt Young Dan 1 Insnhent- SPRINGFIELD NO 10 a Anderson John 1 Insolvent Buckman Henry 1 Insolvent Booker Paul 1 Insolvent Baker George LJ 1 Insolentr4 J Crowdus Ernest 1 Insolvent CasevJoe i 1 Insolvent Deane Alex X T Insolvent Dorsey Dee i 1 Insolvertt Evans John 1 Insolvent Edelen Walter tv 1 Insolvent Goatley Jim m V Ihsolvent Hacker Len 1 Insolvent Hobbs Wood 4 1 Insolvent Linton John 1 Insoles eat Linton Charlie Li 1 Left Co Lewis Dan iL Ci 1 Insolvent nwis Harrison 1 Insolvent Leachman Ceo L 1 Trisolert r Mitchell Nelse S J InsolvelTt adMontgomery Frau l Mitchell Dee 1 Insolvent Mitchell Neb rL 1 Insolvent McGee Clay 1 Insolvent Mcln tire Tucker 1 Insolvent Nantz Ambrose i Insolven Osbourne Fred 1 Insolvent Phillips John 1 Insolvent r Phillips BilL T InsolventV Tom 1 InsolventVRay program has arranged an unus ually interesting and instructive the1enerati entertaining every one who tees an jnt rcstthe promo tion and welfare of our common schools All 1surV ruou evorjtook DeWJtts Ulle Early Risers for billiousnces or consul pation you kndiv what pill pleasure is Tacsc famous Ijlittie rills cleanse the lHvecandTid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant ehecta Thy do not gripeslck2li or weaken but plfrasanUyjgivc tope and strength to the tissues and organs of the stain ach liver and bowels Sold by all druggists ASoffanbl Cure Forr PlIes Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles Druggists refund money if PAZp OINTMENT fails to cure any case nb matter of hov long standing io 6 jto 14 days JFirst appli cation giycs ease and rest SOc If your druggist hasnt it seud SOc in stamps and it jwill be forwaried postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Io TLOacauootj cure pile by external application Any remedy to bceit cU ivu mpst be applied inside right at the seat or tie trouble ManZan is put up in a collapsible tube with a nozzle so that it reaches inside and applies the remedy where itismost needed Jklan2an StrengtheiiS the blood vessels land nerves so that piles arc iimpossible ManZan relieves the pain almost iinstantly heals soothes cools and cures Sold by Ilaydona Pharmacy i Mercer Notes H VVVUFroin Tne Herald Mrw Mdnday has bought r55 acres oi land ktown she GabeTaylo farm ron Judge Hugoes for 9 500 The dwelling and storehouse of Postmaj tier Jones of Faalco ner station j were destroyed by lire Sunday night The family barfly escaped bdingvi burned alive William iind Oscar Savage two uncorrigible youths aged 12 and 15 respectively were sen tenced to the Lexington school ofKeform fcr three years ry Judge Corn lastThursday They attempted to kilt their sister Pearl Savage with a knife and had also cursed and whipped their mother They are sons of Allan Savage who is serving a t workhouse sentence fcr petit j larceny Campbell McGinnis colored aed about ten years was ar rosted Morn ny oy Deputy bheriff John VIorgin He is charged with stealing 4O from William Devine Wlio conducts u store on Chaplin rierr Tho boy saw where Devme placed the money and it jis sai bade away with it William Morgan who was i fined 20 f6i crap shooting 1ms petitioned tlie Board of Pa dons himlato pardon another player vlio was arrested Uy the same ga ne Willies petitioj will mmo titan- 1Il1ybe turned down He shi uld vWaU until Beckhara JJeayes the stale and then apply tol Acfcing Governor Thorne1The lojCil hoard of Pardons is composed i f Mivi or primes and rouncil nr r 8uHh hid McGarvey LatHe Die Fronrfflnknown Cause Mr Bi Ji Cissell off Atherton villetells the Ileraid that he has lost ffe head of fine cattle roman unknown disease since Ailg ust 13 On that date hefoundVa very fine steer k his pasture dy Jog fjonjj a cause which he could not locate He sys a large knot apf aeclontheright hip and there was a slight swelling in the stomach M rVCjsseJl says thit he thought perhaps the ani mdll had been irjured bYa limp falling upon it but later when another died in a like manner he became convinced that this was not tjie trouble However the other four anitrals became stiff in their rout legs and shoul ders and were sick Jut a shor time He says that he has thus fa r been unable to discover the cause of the trouble and says that old stoeknien are also puzzled The last animal he lost was about two weeks ttgo and Mr Cissell now beheves that the disease has run ifVcorseLa- Rue HerdidV rGood For Cbiluren The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives insUnt relief jn all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe becauseitdoes notpass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the s atOf the trouble It dr waout the inflatnation heals and soothes and cures permanently by en abling the Inigs to contribute pure lifegiving and Hfesustaininjj ozygen to the blood arid tissues Sold by all druggist ON THE INCREASE WORLDS FAIR TAAVEL VGETTING HEAVIER While the volume of travel to St Louis on accountj of tbe iVVorlds Fair has not qtiite come up to the expectations of the WorldsFair management or the railroads it has been as large as wits expected nil things con sideredVrho banner months so far as attendance iis concerned will be September October and November an l during these three months the admissions will un doubtedly equal if not surpass The entire number registered up to August 31st inclusive It is cenainly a big grand show ana one that no person with the means should miss It is the opportunity off a life time in an educational way and one that will be taken advantage of by the great majority of the people of America before its close It is au attractiont that all Americans are proud ofj and justly so- On account of its unexcelled train service both as regards equipment acd accommodations the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway better known as the Henderson Route has carried theImi jority of Kentuckians to St Louise and have beyond a doubt been more instrumental in contributing to the success of the Fiir than any other railroad in this territoryVThe Henderson Route is justly entitled Tall ttire praise that is Being sbpwered on them as their train service is unquestionably the finest oppraled in or out of Kentucky and their schedule of trains iia more nearly maintained than on the majority of roads For comfort in travel and for the best accommodations and safest train schedules theres but one thing to at all times keep in RouteIhabitand request this routing in purchasing your t ckets PEOPLE OF TIlE DAY Noted Japanese Soldier General NoL who commands Ja paus Fourth army corps In Manchuria which la engaged In the siege of Port Arthur Is one of the ten Japanese officers who hold the rauK of general He was promoted to this grade about four mouths ago lu the Chinese war he was in command of one of the division that took VOENIUIAL Tort Arthur NOQL from the Chi j nese and later In the same war wns commander in chlof of the array that belOutiuggoGeneral Xogi Is n determined and skillful soldier who spares neither himself nor his men In his endeavor to ncaoinpllsh the task to Avhlch he has been assigned It is said that he re ceived the news of the death of hIt son who fell at Nanshan hill without emotion giving orders as he left home for tire seat of war that there bp no mourning ceremonies shouillj and his other son had fallen The Hand of the Lord In It John Sharp Williams Democratic leader of the house was greatly an noyed when a visiting committee tried oHengUe31asaid Mr Willlamx to his visitors who unImuunThe man after much persuasion con seated to attend worship on the follow ing Sabbath During the sermon a vlo lent storm raged nnd crashes of thunder Interfered with the speaker rank ing himself heard I wont attend any more1 said the reluctant cluirch attendant when at the coiulusfou of the sdrvlle tub preacher asked him to come agnuiiVAnd why non asked the divine If the Lord had wanted me to listen to your sermon sjild the man U3t he fumbled his lint I dont think lie would have interrupted your sermon with a thunderstorm Ilochoster Herald r AVhy JlcIVas Called Literary John IX Rockefeller Jr Is a great reader of modern novels Recently it will be rciriombercd he regaled his Bible class with a Aeries of excerpts from G II Lorlmcrs Letters From Self Made Merchant to His Son nI recently still Mr Rockefeller entertain cd for several days one of the known of American novelists bestI This novelist has the habit of lug books and papers lying around himI in great confusion and one Rockefeller overheard n dnylrI 551sOUlcWht551 call him that because he Is always making n llttcrV Boston Post Germany Crown Prince The wcd lug of Crown 11iuce Fred crick William eldest son of the kaiser timid heir to the throne of Germany and belrothtilltowJllIprobubyr tyear The young prince who celebrated blsI twentythird birthday lost lals orovx ruiscB FUEDEOICK AVILLIAIT flue manly fellow niidls very popular in the array A couple of years ago ho is said to have fallen lu love with Jil- lGhultiDeucon a Beautiful American girl and friend of the Duchess of Marl borough As the story goes the prince nroscutml to Misf Den von n rhig uo less than the funiDua Luck of Prus sin the most valuable heirloom of tho IIohcuzolIcMii dynasty The kaiser was incensed amid took steps to recover the jewel The Duchess edits Is the sister of the rclgiilug Dtiko of Mecklenburg Schwcrln arid Is sa n ulecp by mar riage of th prlKi e3ii ort of Holland She U n tnI iloljdor graceful girl light haired jircl brown eyed Japnii Ucauly Spot IIn J111flh the ii 3eIstthd only feature which attracts attention The nose determine the beauty or ugliness of the face nccordhig Its it Is bIg or small This la probably in the fact that difference hi liases constitutes nbout thoonly distinction between one Japa nese fate aunt another The eyes nje luynrinbly black tho e Jck boucahlgh and the chin receding In Japan n woman who Sias n huge proboscis la always n great beauty and a reigning belle There j re a few large noses among the hativcj amid lucky lla he or she who possesses oueIn most Japanese pictures the beautiful wo deIxclOIlCd Straw Is put to strange uses In Japan Most of the horses are shod with straw Kvcu the drivers of curt horses wear these show In both eases the shoe are tied round the ankles with straw rope amid are mudo of ordinary rice straw braided that they form n ado tot the f J3t fboat halt an Inch thkIc Maktut TtiadK Useful Toads are becoming popular among the truck farmers In certain scctfot ot the south because of their insect eating habits One farmerlfr MIssIs nlppi offers 13 per hundred for toads which turns loorfd on the farm ta eat up the cutworm arid time experi ment was si auccessful that other farmers IuitatcJ his ehnmiscAmeI au Cultlvutpr Porrldsc For Calve An cxcclentVorridje tar calvea after they nre ten days old is made Uy stirring wlicat luitldlings unto warm milk Shorts may be used if desired says American Agriculturist Give u small amount to begin with amid gradually Increautf it until time calf gets nil It wnuts A Tic tand Done Meal F rlIoJ According to Prpfcsaof C S Plumb of the Ohio State jmiversltx It is very luiportniit to Include italics or bone neal In tIne ration fo hogs when much g1el3trCll lust dishes too in an hour and a half Yiiu women dawdle so about your work mId make so much of uuiuipor tantthliigs Chr yes lint Js nbout ns much nsrn man knows about n xvomans work IJ would lI1wo give you ullttlc Icn 30H on thp subject however so Ill take your bet Ill give you the 3 iif youll do 11l0l03citi5ol nlfinilsomeIJ renoIutlont Sholrlgldlmuscles quivered with pain ned over wrought nerves protested against such dragIdoubling the work tine next day wheu she felt equal to the exertion Mrs Golf didnt keep help phrtly beI cnuse she wonted her three children to learn to work and partly because bett inj a strong healthy womriv it would interfere with her household economics toilosoV f There was a little more discussion Iedlesson It Isnt often that two persons plan to got such widely divergent il rierIj of tire winy until he through and let him do filings his own waY and toil him when the time wnsup Woulduft she have a jolly good Joke on him though for he never could accom plish It VIlIe decided to do time sweeping first the kitchen might cool off a trifle nud nrmcil with besom and dust pun he mounted to the upper rooins small space wits swept first and chairs tables etc shoved together and cov ered with n nice clean sheet to keep the dust off while bricabrnq of vari ous kinds was tumbled on to the beds with a charming disregard of IUII nil cu late counterpanes and dainty PlilowV covers It was Inspiring tp see how the carpet succumbed to each vigorous stroke of his broom which sent tho dust curling in marvelous eddies hljijb up to the ceiling while his face grew more apoplectic lu nppearaiice ns tie wOrk progressed But he wcilt on nud in nit incredibly short tilflQ he had n91reutlJ3trsVGIC heard the dishes riitlilp IShe remcmjcrctl her promise to keep of way lint her wqiunus lUI lout was strong she must take a peep nt John in nil the majesty of llila new vocjitlon She managed to p SI seas her sOul In patience until tlftt u minute of the Specified time and tlnshe veutuml Into the kitchen Tae gleaming piles of china were white antI denim b it the water No nero to breJkltnstmcuti I grapes careened comiilaccutfy around the tlWlbelurdeltlmsVOh John exclaimed the horrified woman you ucvor scraped timeV te4VllI1 should say not What 4 the use of fjollng awny so munch time I cliutetl them iu hot water You couldnt get lucid nuy cleaner yourself I tell you wonton waste too much time on trifles While you are getting ready tp do u timing man would have plunged Into it and had It done l The dignity of thUrchiark was some what impaired by his ludicrous appear nnco lUg white aprons are not usual Jy very becoming to men and cam binned with Mr Golfs iuni lc propor lion mid the lunge polka dots arconl uioke with the towel which had served as n sweeping cap sII perched on lila head he vasi nnythliig but an Impressive figure Nothing diumUil however he continued his little ice ture I tell pat saId he women tmeIsystematize Torhnpn the upw wotiiTtii with nil her flue theories will earn tn bring apinc of the order and method of ollleoi work Into the homes and tlitt the morning hours mustnt be tlevotod to uclglihors and neuspapers nud Ho dldiA tluish his homily his wife vjas couvulsctl with laughter two of isis friends hand sneakedl lu the back way Just In thaw for the finish and nl though he had won his bet with nyc minutes to spare he privately admitted to them that If lo got caught in such n trap ngain his name was Details He sjijd he would ruttier make cjtlmntea iagainst a big prlutng housc on n two Vant margin correct the ofllce b ytf tlrst proof or eeu try to collect a bill for posters arid programmes from a traveling concert company tItan gp through such nil experience again It required n good deal of tinned work ou the part of Mrs Golt to bring order out of the chaos of dust which he had created and which lie stoutly Insisted It was Ito part of his province to remove And It made her very sad to find n delicate vase shnttcrfcd hud the nose ofT n favorite statuette but take it nil III nil she considers the experi ment a grand success for since that remnrknb1ICUIcent ods arid rapid results nud she realizes that an unwonted consideration inns grown out that little Sunday morn lug episode I WASHINGTON LITTER Special Cbrespond nca The concrete work being put iu by jhe engIneers engaged on jthe new Uu ioustatiou hetff for the reunsjlvauli the Baltimore rud oiilol rallroUd1nud nld to be tin mast extrusive use cement ever attempted In the Unlte States The s r lion bulliiiug and tine npproachcs nre to be placed on cou crcte abutments forty feet square nui fifty feet high IlKj mass or con rcte fa produced byhinge bluiii leading to n mixer and the Tovk is imtiuly douc by machinery few inch bein reiiuICcd li the construction Tho huge ceitfcu piers are to Lear the wblghtof the station structure and the high dome which will suraioiiut tie building These piers will ultiihatjjly llie faced with white grhulte File Clerk of the IOuVIt Isstuied that Joua Williams resolution arid petition jIcrk of tile house of representatives has been se lected to succeed the late jCoIolel Wal ter II French as the clcrkj of time house Colonel lrcucH died recently iu Eiv ropeand since that time there hns been much speiuiaton at tIme icapltol ns to his probable successor Mr WUlinma coiiiQs from Scranton Pmkamid basinet ed as private isecretfiry for Represeutu tire Cbuuell a uumber of years The appointment of the tile clerk is made by Mafor McDoweU clerk of the house and Is one of the very lcst positions under lila control VCcnu of the DUtrlct Commissioner Incfarlakid is formu lading a plan for anutjtl censuS ou a shuplc scale of the luhai ltnuts of the DistiIct of Columbia by the police de IUrtmcutlhcreasall for the proposed action lies in the fact that to Mr Mac farlauds mind the results obtained polite ueusus wilt be more sat 1romn than those froia1 the existing mothol of calculation based on the de ccunia fcuruj of the federal census tfhUo ilatmc VlVltor Tine abscuce of 1resid ut and Mrs ROOseVelt from Wasliiugtoa enables visitors to ace much the White inIcourse w1cnt11c family prosE BOUltIIrivnccpt the big east room bud the east terrace entrance Occasionally cards 1of admission arc Issued upon request ufor visitors to see the private parlors red green hud blue iooaii thi prlvl lege however is not granted often and is greatly appreciated Not tpeelal 1eentJrcrbUlldiUopen The Shepherd SJatac 1It has teen decide l by the District commissioners acting with the super lilt udcut of public buildings ami grounds to place the Duijbar statue of Aleck Shepherd former governor of the District of Columbia1inn the small triacgulnr park in front of the new iuKKicipal bulldjiig Tbj statue will rf And midway between thirteenth arid rjourtccuth streets and face Peimsyl- vanla avenue The sfatjue ivlll be in brouEc heroic la size and cost 10000 Army Dro C PStlT Recommendations of IiiscctorCcn- cml Buron for more economicall re quirements in aruy uniforms have mantle this question tbe gemndal l subject of discussion fu army ciijelqs The oi tlcrnow in effect forces oiflcers to ex pend so much for clpthiiig that a licu ttenant is at his wits onjl tq make his allowance cover his talloylng expenses Army officers generally cganl the ex pense as burJeU30nc anil undoubtedly they llIe better off With half thee apparel nor callcJ far y the regula tions The general staff however la siiuot to be disposed ita adopt Gen eral Burtons rccommen4atlonsV Mrii IIhu axct1Umc Irs Marclis A Ilanaaj widow of the senator fo expected tJ come to Wash instontb iivoIn tlc eariy part of this III She will make ushington her winter hon e arid has Icvjsod the baiid sdiiiv hausc Lolanging tcj Gcucrdl Cor bin She las boom In Maine much of the aunnmerVIjfcittleMlilpThe uiui lias ealiednttcutioM jo tlb views Oi nn clement lit the uajy department that la udvpcatiug a board of officers whoio entire duty It willl be to deter mine time typ4 of vessels to be con slru ell Thel Buppartej3 of this ideay maintain that none of time different boards now organized hascomb pctcnee or the time to puss on this inn ptrtaiit question and tlo result is that defeats of n mot grave haturo exist ill vessels of the navy that are S pposcii to be the best In existence The Lou isiana and CDnncetlmt even are riot sparedtOnc assertion Is that their guns are mounted t1ow tj be served ef foctixcly iigainst many of the vessels ot foreign nnav1e3VJfcu For the XeiV Xavy Assistant Sceret ry Cj II Darling of tile navy department baa taknim up tle problem of adenuatclyj maiHiIng t sfilpa of the United Stitej navy antil has turned to the miavit militia of the country with the hope that in this or ganization will te foui l the solution of tile perplexing resitjou From his Inl rest in time nivl ihllltla and lila Inauguration of thia ne pollvy with rc Hpcct t that organization Mr Darling has been given the title of the father oi the new naval mlHtht The new policy conteajplatea a deck ctl chant from tIme fj mei treatment of time naval militia ami it Is pro osctl In theUuture not to hptbe organiza tions old discarded voxels but to give them theVhcst ships fiVllflbleV It Is stated that 43 tier cout of tIm mcj who havo enllste in the naval battatiDnof tho DUtrlQt ot Columbia siiiv 1SDS have game lInto limo service df the United StOles unvy- GARL SCnOlTELD- CareIn JUoff Crccillnir There is probably lpt1uc1L of stock raising ii which good thrifty breeahig Is more imperatively tpmaiulcd tiithat oho it saysJ TaruUrrf Advocate Care bestowed upon iierubs is ten hniicca to one thrown away It pays and pays Iitgto look wcjl U the breed lug arid n ise your own pigs EcecV pcdally that they Ifuvo a good sire He may east you a tjjhU1 when you could have a sorry oua fpi 50 cont but a dollar rjjieto viUjhe a bw call mate of tlc gala per pli AVhich for n littel wIll amount t j jbr 11V Fcedlunr Hog Unit r Cuttle TLo practice of fceding hogs under catte Is doubtless profitable nud while we sVroultlVitt condemn the prac thee we think every on o so ongngod should la cpnsdcratioi rthe coll summer iced thin on clean ration otc ru for awhile before consIgning to the butcher Moatvil undoubtedly tainted to some extent py filthy toad nnd nature should be gUvon nu oppar trinity t5 clean upIF4rmcra Advo cabV ActablePrcpamtiomiforsshnilating ling lh Slollllchs nndBoW ls oI Promotes DigesUonjCheerFur nessandflestContains neither OpiumMorphine nor Iiiicral- TSOT NARC OTIC t 5V Jar4eoIol1IIwf2zfrriRl4oyisi 4trjmnd ilMJJ16 SJIt IJNd s o HfnJdn Hmtayrrcn FarI onsilpa1ionWorms Convulsions Feverish nessimndLossOFSLEEPFacSimile NEW YORK L EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER m FREE RECLTN IN G CJHA1ECABSi Pullman Observation Parlor Car pining Cns and Sleepers On the Popular i HENDJilRSON ROUTE i BetweenVLOUISVILLE ST LOUIS the WEST and- SOUTHWEST If you want tO travel onI the Sol dComortlineV Vicpt the Henderson rlajbit It its a good lliabit io 8rquireAslr the agent foii this roulmg when purchasing jour tickets I i IRWIN 11 GsPantrertcelfl em J JMHEUr j Tray PaJstncenAeat i1 ICUlSVIllE l 1 3 tV- nca Pulled ittleVfltI hIJlccltttte eat all kinds of fotljer iievpy teahij apnotitc jsays Auiorleazi Agflculturistf iuturo bulls welsh 1S09 to 2000 pouuds nnd vount1Ipoujids the aTorujje hca nbout14ilH JerlyriUcJllllr The VfciouM Erood Sow nnLlJbrcaclytic sent to the butcher as sooa as fat eiiotitrh suyj Farmers Advocate It doesnt pay at till to risk grown people much less children hehis chewed up bv thcui nail a chicken catiusr hog will soon destroy her worth of chickcusrlf hen oppor tuulty f My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease physicruiDr Miles New Heart Cure has per mincntly restored to health many thousands who had found no relief in the medicines allopathic or homoco pathlc of regular practicing physicians It has proved itself unlquo tn tho his tory of medicine by beinG so uniformly successful in 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