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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c w w Jw IT1-t I 0 G j ff NeW ffffS YoIXI L ilf1 J SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 20 1904 t tSl A YE4B y f OUR DIRECTORY RRINGFIEIVU county seat of TfasXhigtoa County 52 miles south c aatol i xhiftion 59 miles from I LCHtlsyiliebn Bardstown branch dl Louisville and Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines exptessoffiice flour mills lumber yards Poptation 1JOO population of wmnty 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D H Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Keutuckj Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke ff Representative in State Senate Hot Harcy tincaater Lebanon Ky 4 County DIrtctor CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Moaiay in February May and Octo br 1 1SRi Li Durham Commonwealth At torney F il Campbell Clerk jMy G eachmaDj Master Commiss OJcr Jo QUART R yCOURT Quarterly Curt is held on the third I jfpnday in each month BljLitsey Judge v COUNTY COURT tbountyCoirt meetson the fourth Monday in eich mouth B1LitseyJudge vyF Booker County Clerk TS Mayes County Attorney- GeorjeCatlelt Jailer Byron Crt ak Sheriff RichardIsham RH Bidney Ed Osborneff Deputies JamesF Moore County Surveyor L I Royalty Assessor T P OBryanIepUtY Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner J W Bash Sapt of Common Schools P Q Springfield CITY CQRT- SamcsRY Noe Police Judge jyia GrisJt Marsul W tf Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January A prilf July and October j hutch Directory METHODIST CHURCH t Rev J D Ward Pastor Services t Son the First and Third Sundays in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday School every Sunday at10 am- Prayert meetingevery Wednesday night CATHOLIC HURCHE RePf f Hennessav Pastor Ser vicesfevery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at st Rose same hours CHURCHI tReviccond and fourth Sunday in each month PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ReV T D L timer Pastbr Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at I pm Sunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock I BAPTIST CHURCH Rev WmTHarrison Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer mealing keved Wcnesday evening at oclock iiTI Fraternal Ordeas MASONIC LooGri Springfield lodge No SO meets first and third Mouday in each month Washington RJA Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No52 meets on- T every lourthMonday KNIGHTS of TIlE MACMIEHS Meet ereiv first Wcdne dtv in elch mon rAMERICAN sssSSSSS I SILVER k TRUSS 11m 3 1 1c1 uduJior sale by u J Haydon That awful grinding scabbing ain tiui bickU from the kidneys A dose of Pincule will cure it over night Piueules is a net + discovery put up in a new way A delightful emelv ani specific for all Kidney ul bladder troubles Sold by Hay pous ITharmac l Broic uto Rig House L S Lee Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary Tae lihJrf iinvasion bf chronic 6onsUsiitioi When Dr Kinds NeiPiI1s broke into bis cikousstrouulEmow he isentirely cur i Theyre guarauteeil to cure 25c at OJ Haydons drugstore LrnrnirMD1i wu fiiWwtrii WirolNirtfliilrW l A BOUND OF TALKI I tM11MW rjJWi5 FMMThabaneofPjiflySopnI re payed WiTh the things we meant to achiev It is walled with the rioney we meant to have saved And the pleasure for which we grieve The kind words unsp lien the pjo mises broken r- And many a coveted bOOfl4 Are stowed away th re in that land somewhere The land ofI IPrelty qnh There are uncut jewels of possible fame Lying about in the dust AndmanY a noble pnd lofty aim Covered with mould and aust Andoh this pl Hvtiile itscems so near ceI Is further aWay than the mpori Though our purpose1 iis fairJet we never get therep The land of FretjtySoon It is further ac noon than it is at dawn Further at nijht thin at noon Oh Ictus beware of that land down there The lattd of Pretty Soon T The Kinds Own r 1T O EEECTiON J The chances are now that there will be no election held at all next month to elect city officers for the fifth class city of Springfield According to the best authority whichi can be found on the ques tion there is no pr vision made for calling a special election iji a case where a toni is changed from Qne class to apother The present town trustees must therefore continue io serve until their regular terih of office ex pires which Fill not happen un til next year The law provides that the trustees brome council men and the chairman of tile board of trustees shall be known as Mayor It is also provided that where there ia vacancy in the office of councilman that the city council shall flU such vacan cies by appointment The necessity of holding d city election appears therefore to be entirely eliminated There had been considerable intjetest aroused over the prbspectjs jpf an election e and there woultljj likely havec been two contending tickets in t he field had the dscoverynot been made that ahijelection illJ not be necessary 1lj QUIET The present Presi campaign will prob ably go down in history as the quietest one on record and the professional politician and the worshiper of campaign thunder is pining for theexcitement of other and better days Up to the time thepresent spellbinder has not put itan Appearance in this end of the woods and ye worthy voter is yet awaiting tq be educated on the greatpolitical questions of the day and to be instructed in the manner of voting Th imfor the elec tion is drawing near and if the spall binders hope to get in any work here it is time they were at it It js likely that the Democrats will have a speaker on hand for countyco rt dyat this place although he lias not yet been announced The Republi can Campaign managers are also endeavoring to secure a speaker for some date in th hear ujture There is very little interest which has a tendfency to make the result uncertain r SL Tt BED The editor t of the NEWS LEAPJEJU Ipet Will Reed on the Pike at the Worlds Fair St Louis lastweek Lie Reed is an officer iii the Jefferson Guards but his duties are evi dently not very onerous for he js from all accounts having the time of his life A part of Lieut Reeds duties consists in enter taining certain visitors and in this he is quite a success Springfield people always makfe it a point when visiting the exposition to hunt up Will Reed He is a busy man and sometimesi hard to find buth can generally be heard of vat the Kentucky building H I find nothing better for liver dn rangement and constipation thai Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tTabJets Ii tf Afldr ws De3 Moines for sate by Haydons drugstore t Bi band Deal Jas A Shuttle worth of Louis ville sold Woodland Stock Farm II near Burgin last Satur day to Wm Spillman The place contains 480 acres and the price paid was45SOO or 110 au acre the highest sura that has been paid for land in this section for some time The pace which is one of the best improved hI ths part of the state has been occupied for 12 ddardlthedard held a pub1ic sale but re served his choice stock but some time next month he will probably have anoher sale at which he will sell everything including tho great Red Leaf tie will tben go west ona pros pecting tour aLd withthe hope f also regaining his health which has been very poor due toy railroad accident n which hisshOuldeir vas crushed and his nervous system shattered His many friends hope the trip will restore him to his wonted vigor and that dn his return he will decide to remain in Mercer Harrods 1irg Herald Saves To From Dcall 0Ourlittle daughter had au almost fatal attack of wlioopiug cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havilandi of Armonk N Nubut when all other rome dies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our uoice who had consumption iu an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and to day she is perfectly well Des perate thioat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discov cry as to no other medicine onii earn Infallible for couShs and colds 50c and 81 bottles guar antee by C J Haydon druggist rial bottles free j i Prcsidtia1 ElflGUJn iIIill kp noCkaie i No raatter which candidate is elect d Foleys Honey Tar will remain l the peoples favorite remedy for I coughs colds and incipient consump ion It cures colds quickly ad pre vents pneumonia A J Nusbaum Batesville Jnd writes f suffered for jhrce months with a severe cold Adrugffist gr pared me some medi cine and a physician prescribed for me yet I did not improve rthen 7 trIed Foley s Honey and Tar and eight doses cured me Sold by Wood Campbell t Officials Indicted QIIl At the instigation of Dr Wal l tcr A Lackey who was recently removed as first assistant physician at1 the Western Asylum for the Insane Supt Milton Board Commissioners C H Bush John B Chilton M W Johnson F M Quarles Treasurer Lr HcDavis and Secretary JC Bucko ner were indicted by the Chris tian county grand jury for mal- tfeasance inofflce Dr Lackey was indicted for committing as sault and battery on an inmate Supt Board is charged with padding payrolls and with keep ing a deal man on the rolls for several months while the corn missioners are indicted for sell ing supplies to the institution tingIthe State in return for ins efforts in securing from the last General Assembly the 7u000 appropriation for the Western Asylum Thislast charge is qdE mittedto btrue Senator Riclf ardson vas a member of the Senate committeet that visited the asylum and recommended the appropriation Courier Journal V Dr Dades kittle Itvcr Pills cur Liver ills Sold by Uaydons Phar macy 1te Orimllal Foley Co Cbicago 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 oficrep for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sOb stitute offered as no other preparation willl give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicat persons Sold by Wood Campbell FOIETSHOSET TAR itoj the ceuh entlbeahla Lebanon Locals From The Enterprise Ed Jones colored who lives near the depot shot nis wife Wednesday night the ball striking her in the arm and glancing lodged in the thigh Il is said that ne was trying to pith cartridge from a revolver with Ia pair of scissors when the weapon was accidentally dis charged1 The woman is rain fully but not seriously hurt comIplaotscounty is suffering badly and not oiy is the water for stOCl scarce but the river is getting exceedingly low awl lnless we are blessed with rain soon the towns y of water for drink lug anSti purpOes will become H seriojis proposition Saturday the residence of Ex Governor J Proctor Knott was entered by a burglar and a coat and vest taken therefrom Chief of Police Thompson got a clew and had the burglar arrested at Chicago by Deput Sheriff Nan Blair in a few hours after the theft was committed The theif gives his name as John Burns and claims he is from Ohio He will be indicted and tried at this term of Court Willis Pairdyand his nephewv Joe Mac Purdyboth wel known citizens of this county had a Serious difficulty Sunday morning during which the former stabbed the latter and the latter shot the former The trouble it iis said came up over a hitch rein both losing their temper Joe Mac was cut in the arm and Willis was shot iri the arm and face The wo rids of both men while very painful are no considered dangerous Willis Purdy is about GO years old and his nephew j Joe Mac about 43 They are members ofprominent families j and their friends regret exceed ingly the trouble The grand jury has returned 50 indictment Majidiousl strik ing and woundiug with intent to kill 1 maliciously shooting and wounding 1 forgery 1 house breaking 2i vagrancy 9 iseal ing Umber growing on another band 1 carrying away personal property of another 1 petit lar ceny 1 maliciously shooting v without wounding 1 maliciously shooting and wounding with intent to kill 1 shooting at random on public highway1 carrying con ealed deadly weapons l shooting on highway 3 for nication 5 unlawfully taking inking the personal property of another 1 gaming 3 selling liquor to minor 3 liquor without license 2 breach of the peace 1 running borse on highway 1 sell ng liquor on Sunday 2 j Many Suite a Like ODinlDn MrsPilmer of Cordova Iowa says One of my children was subject to rOup of a severe type and the giving f Chamberlains Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief Many mothers in this neighborhood think he same as I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their chit dren For sale bjr Haydons drug store J Cell You M l B Taylor prominent merchant of Ohreifcuian Texas saysII could noteat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength aud ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope of recovery vanish ed Hearing of some wonderful curesiicffcctedby the use of KodolDyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first a bottle bonefittcd me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Care digests what you eatand cures Soldby all druggist For SaleI Privately Having decided to retire from business 1 offer for salo my two story business house 24xoO ft with 10 ft shed warerocm full length also my stock of goods consisting of Furniture Notions Groceries Stoves and stove uten sils invoice 1000 to 1200 alsc my two story dwelling 7 rooms large hell above and below meat house wash house hen house new barn good cistern and extra good milk house Lot It acre3 Can be bought reasonableJ rlHos J GRAVES 2mcs Mackille Ky Foleys Kidney Gate qxakes fcidceys ancS t66ctW A Trip to the Worldss fair It has often been remarked I since the opening of the Fair at St Louis that WorldlSI ors to that great exposi found who will undertake to give any detailed description of what they saw Such expressions as It is magnificent IIwonderf ulI fgreat are about all that lears from the ayerage visitor 11when questioned about the big show One of the above expr s sions very aptly describes fine Worlds Fair and at the same time explains ones inability to give an adequate description 1 detail of its many wonders The fair is indo2d great It is tre mendous In fact if one were put to the task of finding any fault at all he would probablyr complain of its size which makes it a labor of days and weeks for one to see and appreciate it to its full worth rW4 Of the many thousands who attend the fdir only a small percentage really see it The task ismuch too great for the ordinary man or woman to take in all of the details of the great exposition in a limited and reasonable length of time To do the fair quickly knd thoroughly requires the strength ofa trained athlete and the endurance of a camel One must be able to walk fifty or sixty miles a 4ay climb innumerable hills and steps and be a good man in a scrimmage in order to hold his own among the rabble on the Pike 1 and in the daily fights for strap holds on the street cirs In addition to tl ese qualifications one must be able to endure the fatigua of travel and the pangs hunger without inconvenienceIof there are few places to res and besides nobody goes there to rest but to move on and on and tomake to make the best of ones time and money As totthe problem of eating it cin be simplified Hone has no special i regard for expEnse There are eating houses galore both in side and outside the groundst ut among the inside places the prices are universally high ands fare indifferent Once inside at goIlisout and then pay a return gate fee in order to get a cheaper meal on the outside A popular custom which prevails is that offlunch carrying Visitors who r secure lodging at one of the numerous down town private homes or public lodging houses jof t would make a practice of after eating breakfast buying a lunch sJreparedpacked in neat boxes whichi i with the addition of a cup ofbcoffee would stave off hungert during the balance of the daytt This is about the most economical plan to adOpt for the eating problem 7 T A few pointers on how to do- tthe fair may not come amiss to those readers of the NEWSLEAD ER who contemplate going On arriving at Union Stationf one is confronted with the prob lem of securing rooms and meals unless previous provision for same has been made Any of the conductors ofstreefc cars will direct you to anyone of the temporary hotels near the entrance of the Fair grounds wliere lodg ing may be had for from SI tO2D daywithmeals at fifty ceritsf If one prefers private boaid there are numerous private resi Auers jII II j l l Do you like your thin roughv short hair Of course you dont Do you like thickoheavy smooth hair Ofll course you do Then why Hair Vigorn- ot a be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whOletstory Sold for 60 years IetimeIe the OabotUe same IDnnt t l Weak Hair I i 1 f dences ghousesall of them nice comfortable lpaces to stay Lodging secured thee next tiling is the Exjiosifeion How TO SEE IT Once iri side the grounds you will save time and strength by takjng the intramural railw y tram and going to Station 12 wh4reyou get off the train and gdtothe Terrace of States where ja good view of all the exhibition buildl Ings IS obtained In the fitst group is the Mines and M talluV gy Education and Social jEcbno my Electricity and MaCbineryj and Machinery building In thsecondgroupar U Govi ernment Liberal Arts M4nufac4 Wers Varied Industries ana Transportation buildings Just immediately back of the Terrace of States is the Fine Artts1 building i r One should go through alll hese buildings and if time will permit make a study Of the things that are most important and as personal likes dictate- TheAgricultural anil Erortic ltu ral buildings are west of the Terrace of States In them are found every product of th farmt and orchard from every State in the Union and from every coun try overswhich theStar mid Stripes float IAfterseeing as much of these exhibits as time and strsngth permits a visit to the6 Fqreign Nations will be profitable The Foreign Nations are no laggards and the most interesting feature of the whole exposition is a study ofthQ foreign people aimr their exhibits Great Britain FancehGermany Chi aJapantBel b gium Austria and almost very nation under th4 sun has its re spective exhibition hall pr palsaGe with its products of averyt description displayed In Arta the mother countries still hold undisputed title to parexcejlence in sculpture painting tape tres and all classess of decorative j Frenchpala1ealeto beautiful tapestries of the vjorld ome of which are oldertlan- his country The Palace itself an exact reproductic of Louis XIV Palace and the ex f terior as well as the interiqr is a s woriof are Tinie and pace forbid a description of thvaious foreign buildings vinf in each isto be found many objects interest and informatiom Ofe the many things to which special admission fee is charged one not fail to see theBoer War in which five hundredJBnt ish andJBjoer warriorsi engage int attle ai d seemingly the only C thing that is not real aboutj itis the blank cartridges Thel real Gen Cronje appears iia battle and one who has seen his picture lwould recognize him at oncetiis mimic battle is sufficiently realistic for the most enthtisiasf 4 loyer of the militaryi fThe Pike is ah interesting feature of thp Fair and isjat its best seen by electricity One can spend two evenings on theCJ Pike seeing the amusing and inL structive features Youi will apimalISCreation is a spectacular jshow ot to be passed by Thei Cliff t of Arizona are tip be seen in great numbers livijng ps i they live in then cliff hulsy In it Mysterious Asia one can teat hist equestrian ability by riding the s tDels and elephants Itlife well Orth ones while to see thebeu if1 costumes displayed irj the TyroIleJlnqry creditable song and lance performance When one gees n the JPike he must makeup his mind to turn a deaf Ur to the appeals of yenders of for eign wares and fabrics or Ipend small Lfortune All kinds of musical and unmusical Instru ments peal forth their various 4 itmedley Of sound and its ues if any of it could be- lued music It is arab b that you soon tire of audit you1havef been tramping all day see ing you will hasten to the en 1 trance and thsnceto your lodg I ing house to sleep the sleep of exhaustion S f t fI1 1Y t ROYAL Baking PowcfefV Saves Healthl r r J J f I The use of Royal Baking Powder rii essential to the healthfulness of 1lofamily food v t tferments the food v IIy baking powders are mjuribus f i Royal Baking Powder saves healthslI l iROYAL Cd b i The lover of mvisic shptrid rot lmiss hearing tbe Grand c ga- nInthe Festival Hall v At 1130 ta m every day there is recitall given At present the French composer Gruilmant is giving a series of recitals and iit is an op portunity of a life to hear one of the greatest musicians of this Thejelintetlest to see btt if tims and money are objects one feels satisfied to havejseen the things heretofore mentioned There is material for special tudy that would con sume a years time to grasp the salient points It is stependuous magniffcenk and altogether be yond comprehension B mUst ba seen to appreciated J CDllSnmDliyfiS Mad6 Com1or1aie Incipient consumption is cured by Foley3 Honey and Tar but we do not old out false hopes to consnmptlyes claiming ttiatait vfill cure this dread disease in theadvanced stages but if the Jnbga a enottoo far gone Foleya anaTr will effect a cure as it- topsthe racking cough and sbothes he Inflamed air passages giving them- ehanceto hejal and even id the ad vanccd stageS it gives comtort and reo ief AA Herran of Finch Ark writes Eolpys Honey and Tat lIS te best preparatonfor coughs jand lung trouble iknow thatit has ctired consumption tIt the first stages Sold by Wood Campbell Conf ioiisoraPnesf Rey Jno S Cox ofWake Ark writes For 12 years 1 suffered rom Yellow Jaui dice I con uItedd a nuniber of physicians ana tried al sorts of medicines but gutno relief Tnen I Jbeg an h rise of Electric Bitters ndI fqel lhati am now cured of a dis i thatthadl me in its grasp for tw lve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disor er or general debility get Elec tric Bitters Its guaranteed byI J Haydob Only EOc Coli Winter head The weather wise are predict ing a hard winter anti declare hat it is not far off In proof of their forebodings they citetbe act that the shuck on the corns not only unusually thick but extends out over the ear farther than common The skin on the onion is also said to be unusually heavy which is regarded as anther sure sign Hunters say that the fur on rabbits squirrels and other game is more abund ant this yeafr than for several i years past which is a never failiag indication of a hard win er The goose bone specialist has riot been heard from yet but in the light of these harbingers is expecleidt that he will join int the chorus for a record breaking eie ofcold wathert1 CASTOR IlA For Infants and CMldrei The Kind YotiHiYi Always BM Bears the yK JV JV jSignature of C stfff M I CANTED Men and women in this county and adjoining territories to re present and advertise an old sSj bUshed houseof solid financial slandtnssSalary tomen2jf weekly ifo omen 12 to jl weekly wljjn Expenses advanced ach Monday by check direct rom hea qusrterslHofeanQl buggy furmsljed when necessary position permanetitt Addrets t Blew Bros Co PtA Mo non Bldg Cl iago Jll telt His Heart Ot f At a colored dance near the depot in Ljjwrenceburg Saturda y LDJght Eugeue Jones of HarrodW burg cut Harry Debauns heart put Debaun was also a former f resident Of this place but had been living in Anderson counti Tor some time Jones was placed in jail but at 12 olojk that night Jailer Archie Sparrow was awakened from his slumbers By ldqorHe t g totbejail i key and went down stairs un der the impression that thfnignt policeman had a prisoner The jailor was overpowered by tbekeg but to hand them Over The officer was guarded while eight or ten members pf the mob un locked the door yelling Get Your guns ready dont let the v scoundrel escape The mob carried a small lambor antertl and experienced some time m findftig Jones who was in an ob scure cell When they finally ji came to him he made a break f forthedoor yelling Get out of L the way and let me out of here He seemed to have terrorized the mob by his great nerve and with little difficulty broke loose front them and fled for safety It isV also said that he broke the Ian tJtern carried by the mob t1ihs4 leaving the party in utter dark i ness Its said that the mob was composed of both whites and blacks and thatit wfr a subterfuge to release JoriesiOtherssay that the mob made it f appear that Jones escaped wheii in fact they caught andhuri him and buried him to hlile the llJcrIme Jones is one of the meet tdesperate men ever known ini Harrbdsburg He had serdtwo terms in the penitentiary and was wanted here foramisl demeanor but th authorities did not go after him preferring to jet him stay away About V year age he drove a heavy wagon over Mr Times Intrams little boybuti it COUld not bs P 1 that he did it withmalicioi 11tent and heJwas acquitte1Iosr rodsburg Herald t Jas Baylor of K BdaIlylllefif it was seriously diseased wIth kitiirty and laddCtJrou Jefor2tJeUso Ht tested every known remedy without jf f much benefit until h ustdPinenlc r t JMrj J 11Jn11 t t WANTEJiIndustriowrnzn pc h woman as perminent repw ikv Jttive of big manufacturing ciu Jb fpany to look afterits buwiii iaW this county aniad joining terrl4 S t flestablishedflflit 111Ijj general Manaroo Block i 1 Chicago v i lJ 1 u 1i4 I f 1Z salve Ptto oure Would Dedd for IflAi J Ifl i Isuffered wa Jir inAj 1 I r fto g Id tv Hiydoua PhanjBcy n T pNEWSLEADER- I UBIJSHED EVERY THURSDAY 1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I i SPRINGFIELD IYo i4 E XT5AVISON Jr EDITOR jtK n1snEn iHwal or bpataeM notices 10 conts flcJ ak sutJscquentiuseltton y Cuts on candidates and political matter ceiita perilno cashjLotj 1t wrtUlnff contracts on J Tjiil VV I OJta tIcia i1 resolutions of respect 3 tolscr line LXNorcMENTS CJrrunty MaRfstratei I uonnt Ofticer itOOt bfctrir OIUcos It TmIURDkY OdrOBER S 1904 V For Circuit Judge i We arc authorized to announce nALT THtfRMAN Zs a candidate for the once of Cfrca t f diciaI1ltstrietsLbjcct lobhe action of the DmQ- cratparty The P6pfiVifcs have iit in for Secretary of State Mclipsney w1tfr6fu edt allow thffPeoples p My leaders to file petitions lo v get the names of congressional noinmeosinthe First Third and I Ninth dfcicbs on the official 4balJot thing to thd fact that tbey were presented ten days afcr tjho limfb aspired as pre sbe l by11 Kpniucky stands far nip in tlie kafsinVlhcilisti of awards made y to the exhibitors of the Lnuisi 4 Ji ana PurchascExpositfon havins a total1 df 1S8 divided as followl j S x gqtnd prices thirty five gold 1 mdalsi tiftyinree silver medals 143 sfQntytit u brtinze medalsl ThisJ iccorJi PJ5made in thc flCOof tbe fact that there Vole e0flT three JKenfctxokians ou the jjIisi Offt3tdS === = The Russian uid Japanese ar mliHify for 4n ys ben engaged in ti disparate struggle which J Iifr nUmb r5 sJltin promises to make areQQr3 inthe annals of wi mr Senator I not vifchstanr jug his old agesisi aicl tibe making t lljgt71lively in a speak intourwer in West Virginia Q for Chfdll Th pleasant to takc and hsrjtrtcs 1On JsZlnuti Cough Cure gives install relief inall cases of Cough Croup rind JA rippJ Jbecause it does not pass im 3ndiac1J into tlizvtnnch but tukes effect rtjht at the st of ttye trouble It ftj7 out the inflaumtion heals and soohes anJ cir 8 permanently by en njlingrth inigs to contribute pure lifeRiving1 and Hfescntatning otygen t the hlood and ti uefSolJbr all drugS lh Pleasant IiI Mrs panics iPinkgton of Louis vjHo is visions rdativi s here We are needing rain again Wttr1isvery scarce Grass is a1 nlostdried up Cengc Roynly aold a bUnch ofhog at Jclf pt tract a fnienting at Mt Freedom cloeU Sunday with 5j Additions iReyk B F Adkins asrfeted tie pastl r Rov Ha ry J 4llatlettMrABuOouItr ii i very ill at t ji writlPgQi be rt 1dix3Io Nis Bessie I fi n t last wctkwibh her tlari mb7her Mrs liettherilE Clark n ar Polin I tffjQ fj iifJ Fni8idIfBfj Thats a goodname foi p Scotts mulsion Children i ure likc youhg plahtk SQnie tvill grow in odin ry soil Others oiced fertilizers Thcnaturc pf some children prevCrifs them from thriving on ordinary food Such chit ciren grow right if treated right 4 iSfejEhey need is a Httte Ic- rtilizcr1itleextrt richness Sioptts Bmursibnl l is the right treacnt r Fertilizers make thingsgiow i4 Xhcts justwiatScotts Etiiul I tgi sij3n does It makes children i gfoff in flesh grow in strcngthy grow rich blood grow in mind grow happ y THat3 what we frnai Send for free sample STT OOWNFJmst JOPcnlSt Y jx ami all crLLu cI Ak l r TI1u cUJoJ 3 vWr1ii i jlj u J Ji djJc j I vk News From The County t 11 iI 0o 11II PeopleIICorrespondents II- ft isanut jas IlJ1 1l q4z lt uj 1JJ Q t r1 fj llinsbolo We never saw politics so quiet as at present and we trust that It twill cohiinue so aofl that we may go to the spoils and vote our sentiments and return to our busiuf ss without soman ani mated arguments The farmers arg about through Bowing small r tin and arc cow ver7 m ch in need ofa good run fcjock and qiinking water are becoming scarce Eld W Ezrti Sutherland l is at home aftera closing a very sue Gossful l meetfrig at New Fair Mouuil Christian chuchj populAboun s girlIb i t popular young ladies accompai i ipd by thefr brother Jo9 at tended churclfat Mackville Sun lrl Erof IIowell otMckiIle was in our mid t Sunday shaking haetis with hiso dfriem1The professor ha3 knotn this community for tWepast fifty years and it is quite nteresting tto hear him tell of the wonderful changes that hSve bbi3n mad in that length of tim lIe is also well up on the issiiiis of the present campaigni and regards Roosevelt unAeasy winner 4 Evan Arm tfoig ar d Uonach e Settles the crack battely of ino Pentyriles haye returnpd from a tript of sight eing through the mountiins of illasteru Kentuckj The bays siii Lhu they did not had as much Attraction ill the mounUins as they do in winniug rieifeonesi foi 3iir homb baseball tPt Iltfhiipc pk rllllS vicnityarc iicpioste flto p pet at the church Suqtyhyen cr toaiiangfra singing schooll for Prof How iL All are inyitdto be present Prof Z T Prathri the well known Republican poliLicani says he hasrarranged a sheriffs ticket thtlt will be a winner ifj nominated We will notrn ention any n ames tIlia ppear on the libket but will let the t professor submit itt to the Republican coun ty committee1 We are reqhesled to say that 1I there will be xd gains of ball here Saturday eybning between ply bpys and the AVillisburg team Arrangements 1iayo been made to havq threb players from Can try to str ifgthen the home tcttin IPrajuir Litsey will assist Armstroiiicini pitchinir and Gibbs will twirl for the visitors The game promisesSSto be vo iulci st ing one While your correspondent t was Qon uelibg tla raeeing at Fai MOnt last we ek several people whIle returning from church saw yatithdy tbdught was an angel tfitmping thirough the skies go ing Loin ekt to west and ar nppaa ring itij diCerent shapes but each time resembiing an angel and at times it zppearcd to be between the earth and skr We hrve some doubt abtut it be jng an angel but it must have been some very strange phenorri i ana that appeared in the ele orchis tbveancLit certainly cftuedthe people who saw it some uneasiness for the cause no ne was able to know but it C4 led forth a lot of prophecy some saingit wasthe jjsign of je c1 seof time others that tht re nu1d le no rain fdrthrex and a half years and others saying it walone of thej angels spoken df in the hoI of Reyela tons ttilILtwus to pour put its vial of urath on the people We are willing Jor the readers to forth their J own opinion but haMisf no doubt about tthese psopeffeceing ttl is strange sight 1 ILAC MOORES7JLLE Born Oct lf to tIC wife of Rot Hardin a 10 pjund boy lDlVinj1 Jan s the sic year old soncf S5r ar d Mrs Elijah Janes l was falteaill last Monday morn ing and died Monday night in terruierit at Now Hope the fol lowing day It is uppo edhe- lte poisoned grapes t Mi JJerry Hooper wrote a let- Jtcr homer il week stating that ieLilhiWant beautiful brown or rich black Use he had joined the regular array for three years and was stationed at Hutchinson Kan Mr Zeb Linton of Illinois is visiting relatives here Welll the psople wjll soon commence moving as there will bea great rush about Xmas charging homes Mrs E 6vBoblUt spending this Week with her parents here We are needing a rain very much Stock water is scarce LUcian Parker had a narrow escape from death last Tuesday evening He wept to put on the brakes oNris huckster wagon when he fell and narrowly es caped being ran over L1ackvilIc IB llatehett sold a buach of 800 pound steers to Charlie Ijham near Harrodsburg at 3 to del Coleman of H rrodsbul a bunch of J C50 pound steers at 3c and to Judge IU Thurmim of Springhed a mare mule colt atUO W F Bottom Bo bought a bunch of 800 pouud heifers of different partes at 2+ cents aho a bunch of 1000 pound steers at 3i cents EerryShewmalersod i4 house and lot to Will Arnold at 900 also a lot to HG HickersonXo buidon at 200 JoTj Sweeney sold a farm of 115 acres to Wilt Bottom at 35 an acre also bought a house and lotof Wilt Arnold at SJ8oOJ Pcs3ession of each Nov It Jnj Harmon bought a house and lot of H GHicketaentC- 03 Possession Jan 1 Vili Sweeney sold a six veav old harness lhorse to R A DoJd Wilmore at 125 Wycoff Case shipped txo carloads of bogs weight from 83 to 9poundsgpaying from 4c to iSJi i also 3 carloads of cattle wieighng from 700 to l4001bs paying from 2cto 4c last week At the sale of persona proper tyof 0 M Tumey last week the following prices were realized Much cows t17 to blO calves 7 I to 15 75 sh fiats JUoach5O pound hogs 5c reiterd l lisl17eachhorsfes 16 to 82 W hors colts 1Oj farming mplc ments and household and kitchen furniture sod high Cnarley Brady became tho purchaser of h6 100 acre farm at 35X Married on tle 12ih at the bridehornd near MackvilloMr- Mau Hilton ijnd Miss Maggie ToddpfBciijtjn Geirge Powell E mcrAntbr son Waiter Foley and Jack Rayr bcuine are atSt Louis this week Rev T DLatiincrof Spring tiold cioseaqtea successful mee iiJqIlast week which his baen in progress at the Presby trian church While in Mack ville Rev Latimer assisted by the pastor Rev Waldop COM ducted the services of the laying of the cornor stof the new Christian churchl Canary 0 John Lay and wife spjjrLt onu day lafet week wiln the fimily of EL CanaryOf Mr Alvia Peikiris bought a mare from R C Canary for S125 R P Lanham is on the sick- list R C QanarF boughtaJersey- cov at Mr J meys sale for 38 Mr and Mrs Elvin Anderson sp nt Sunday witti the family of RitPLanham Mr and Mr McMillcn and Mi s Myrtle Robertson fparit Suiday with the familypf John Barker ralliam Springs v Bornto ihewifecf Isaac Johnson a line boy and to the wire of Ed Foster a girJ Wo are sorry to report DL Hachett 1D pj serious condiiiou but hope he w improve inn short while Mesdames Will Gordon and Nettie Poster are on the sick list Thy had a little scare inthe Fairview church last Sunday week when Messrs Jack Moore andi Nelson Dennis tried to fight d Keep them in the house Take one whenyou feel bilious or dizzy They act di rectly on the liverfcSftiSS DYE frtJ mor Ia4rn a JI f uutt Q osuest u were prevented by the land rn Biid pIacD for leaders in the church to fight but mnyb they will not baso anxiyus fora fight next time Dennis was tined S20aild cost and More has iDoL been tried yet So I suy be rniiIWin Geld Ijiwspn has nioved I here from near PuniDm hogstoIJOhU Carrier Price unknown Miss Addle Keeling spent thi week at the home df Rev Som mers and andattended church at Mt Freedom Mrs Lucy Pirikston of Louis vile U visiingVelalives here MrMat Kojilty was accident HisIAshbrooicAndersouI ccunty when shot The wound while bainful is not thought to be dangerous They are aiming to bring him homo the latter part of this week He is ltnurzcIof th6 writer and we trust and pray that he willgcL well ForstVicw Mis Susie Whaatley a pcas ant and affable young lady of fiear FrederitSksteiivn iis spendingi arew days sit1h bet nut Mrs Pits Nal1 Misi Pn nn MeI1ey wl o hts bee sick slbntjji fa4t r cov i ing Richard Blanfoid s1o tooki back seta weak ago is vary much improve As Mr Mft tin lyand son wetp roturning frr m vIde last Friday evening tUeii hirsc look flight aniran of11r nng bo1 h to tho hard parjly d inoiishin the buggy and harness The occu pants escaping unhurt Mr Fenry Boone was awaken cd a ffe v morning since by a noise from ft cat He arose toI learn the cause whn to his sternaiiotflie sawn poisonous viper on the itoor hich he hurriedly dispatched Mr Booue cqme ivearr tramping ccissnult slnpIh I The neighborhood for some ilme has bpea somewhat excited by the appearance oCnltanT of tramps Vho they are whore thtY come from vwli at they arc after no one seems to tccow They rifivHjs appear at tlo Htilchen dbr boUt meat time deinandir souielhlng to oat and istOjrf If their rqu sis Ire nut comp1i with at duce provided tUce is no man about It looks to mi like a fdw lays on a rock pile might bo6fst3rn ac van age to them as Ute wtAlhcr iis cool r nid th y can stand a few days lund Jabbl It isy hero us every whero eJse there arc as highiis30 barrels Of vntr hauled ly our plnce every nj Several hava coimenciJ btastn and hope lhi y will be suucejsfrl ia tiding wnterj 1 jrBees Ilorteyvanj Tar iis dUferei from allotherl re medletj offered fsr the relief of cough lujijf and bronchial troubles It cotitmljs Antiseptic pro perties tiiat destroj the ijorjas tadI Solvent proueriie tltqt cut thophegnia- llowhiec it to bu thrown oft more the boMr ls gentro Cure Croup WhcQpiHf OoMf h and Colds in night Sold byIIny Son3 Phjiraiacy ItD jlKulcr ITarcstor JJie iougadqiITrel of California hmi ticoti tcr 1Tobn Muir lTeMInSoflng ii iiuui rapthe fin K thutW approaches jitHLin n few fcu- theu t =UJihi TJ outburst lio makes n buddoTi itwlft alt tfeoth ninl ypan if nlviut to oat yen li l Finding tliat thQj to not gfruW iio beats nretrciti 0r81Gehurrfiifj n hpln non up ho oea to vlrkyl curious looiw aalV bawinsr off and doinnndtxg your adiairaUoii Thiei Uc KclUon In a branch nud tbeating time with his tall ho any Clio0up flehooupl J TIc Ctsrao4 of Atrca faia m4U rbua6ir xmnecco sarlly I7 tfca owrfasWii cf too inanj acres cf laud tjJk Cadre to extend Ol1ei 1nshlCG and to have incoino In crease l Ir natural In the of the fnrxncrt1l3 Cealio tko practical fsru in tlo purchistt df ftnoro land very often wlicu it cu3uidjle in tiro ImproTHJ meat cf the laud alroaily owned IIjelj vo tlwt I have met perJJI1HY1 mCIdnjthel of the oiniortmlUips orr ret by the fur or by sfralnifig under a bad of debtt depriving ihcrasolvcs and family UndrJy for tLc sake of nil expected reward In UIP future Alva AgfO hi Na tional stockmnu I 7 Democratic Candidafcs The foil owing gentleman were declaredl Jtbe nominees of their rIprmary held in 7ashington cotiniy Au gust6thr 1904 They are to te voted for at the regular eh ctibn November 190- 5ForCounty II Judge B L jjitsey For Co Attoi neyT S Mayesf clmrlRCp1Sl e For Sheriff J S Obourne Sunt of Schools =J NVBush Foij JailersGeo Di Catlett For Assessr T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy Fpr Coroner J M Montgomery 2 Mm for Sale I Wo hive ir our charge for stile thl foljbwing described tracts of laud and will take great pleasure in showing any of them to prospective buyeis McEtnov VIIAIl1QN 20 acre farm 14 miles If r tn Sprngn id good small house good barn place woll fencedl and watered mostly in grass iPrice 40 per acre 2C acre plafie 5 mites from Springtield right on the jpikp aljgoodluntr109 1300 160 nci e farm 7 miles fiom Springfield Vight on the pike new livQ room house row barn firm well vatred and fenced1 Land in high state of cultivation Price 25 per aero 36 acre farm Gpmiles from Hprin ield on pike good sjLx roooi house all good out uil- ings pleny of water and well fenced 1100 iflomIplenty sOvd Vibacco landu 411 watered and fencetl Price 40QO 51 acVe place lil miles from Springfield Land all lays well Iud ibhigb Rtnlftof ftntivnlinh rmall ibree room house and good barn Price 1800 95 acre farm 5 miles from Springfield right elf pike jsrLall housi and barn plenty of good tobacco land Prico 2500 20i acre place 7 linlos from Springfield handy io church La1dftl00fltoacre L frojm Springlield G room house go6d stock and tobaccc barn Jarat mostly in grass Puce 40 p 2r acre 200 acre farm 5 milesl from Siringfield god house aid orbottomof timber Price 50 per aerol I185 ncmo farm li mites frern Springfield on pike farm nuin grass dWellmg stock and tobacco barn well ibnced 35 pjer ncr 190Uio ftinIl 5 miles from Spcufold4iear like farm ve1l fenced t6acres timber land good 6 lOom dwell iijj and all gdod outbuild irgs 525 per acfe 280 fcciQ farm 7 miles frm Springfield near tpjlpej mostly in grass welL fenced IVIK watiec- lI0oi r 4S r In addition to tho above pe have for sale good Iosidenaesj fh Springfield Jll Sg L Icr farm 8 mi5es from priuHaid nico dwelling firstl l glass barns aLl dutbuiidings every kind 140 scre farm 5 miles Trim Springfield 50 acres bottom lolnd m llcl veiling and largo Lafn price 3 per uare 140 ncrej fariil 3t miles frtm Springtiddjgood hou e and bjjrn iell fenced ard watered prico isis Pit aero ISO acre farm 7 miles frtih Spring eld siiiall housr good bun well forced arid walercc1 13 50 pircro 1168 acres oMaid 7 tailSs from jringiold stnnll liouse and good Ujbtijco fiorn 65 acres of bottom land rest mostly new land fume 1tobacco farin tand plenty of jIj SpringolJ good 4 room Louse aid iietv tobacco bar plenty of wai r jlid good tobacco and grass f in Price 23 per acro IJlF1F1F1ftLEt1MEYER SNSS BLUE GRASS HURiERIES Lexington Ky Offer rfoitthe Pall of 1004 tock pf Prut anJDrn a6111 Uees Grapa vines Aspar Small PruHs Shrubs and fIling for the OrcharJ ran and GarHVn Do criptivo caia ogue on apijJicaion i CASTORAFor Infants aiid Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tlio g+ia toro of M I Tw iw vIe Agents for OJdHlckony and Studebaker Wagonsj PLIES t nYQualtify ttafa McCLDRE WEILS t 1j jjj I 1 I DEALERS IN i tt Buggios Implements Grain aO Field Seeds 4c i I t eJl We handle Buggiesi Surreys Carts of all gr j suit the p rc11asr Agents forf the Syracuse Hillside cl Call and 6xamirie our extensive line of Harness fV Collars j jII Work Gear Buggy llobes and Horse Blanketsiv f aJJEED WHEAT i Cash Paidtr c AIDES and FURS1 BEES Laxative HO N EY AND TAR An improvement over all Cough Liing and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently Moves the BOwels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BY Me Medicine Co Chicago nJ USJA Sold at Haydons Pharmacy L HUMOR QFMfH HOUR Eeyoxzd the flcaof lIell Try to cheer up Mrs WltWcrly snlit tlC lady who had feojse Into sym piithizc with the strklicn Iwouidii 0- 1klIt te hnidjaud Jinov rtiat re iwli Jsuve never suffered Bucn an af Cttion as this which the Lord has seen Lt to ask you to bcrtrjeamiDt real lIzo when me tell you rtot tolct yourself lie cruslicit how terriMe Is to coiue home frori tbc grave as ypi1h1Ye haG ta Came lodaVi Itt you mustnt give up Cbaiq over njijl stsiyjxvltlijne tp ulsht You must try to tltukof other thuigz Ileaicuiber that you tire stiil young aiiVtlwit 54ou niUatleamto smile again Oh I eitnt Icunt sojhed the lli- ereiedone It Is kind of you U1ooOUc to nio btitvbut ysu cant tclp nier You dont know what I lmae to beat hI know co4r Unit I cant reulf e the deiith of your sorVow Still wont you let ue do what I cnn to make It easier for yOY vUs no uaoIto1i i ire Oh If 1couhl only pit thinking of JL nut 11 cniit Tlwre Li the receipt Jjtold him to win It a few days premium wmjni due for nearly twlie tint If hed only have to ale ant hed off three deys lazier ItI be nearI SOO ahead I suppose Ii pghtnt to blame him nqsv thwt hes jgOnebuLhe always was so headstrorigrChIcago ItecordIIontlU e ASnil Cnacj- Tljln I h snlrt jie aylunnttendant cs he pirnsod In frost a badded cclI con taining a lone wOmnitimls a hopeless IeiWuflt reason hive you for thinking isot TJeccuac awwered tle nttendautv iiHe nctully nroferseouifort style iiclroit FreoProfc v That SJIcnccil Him Jrah13l rOU wcreat n tuugaltl hujnlerlJ Yea Court wheuI llil17CJllbU teUQtt1nl CIII rnyim x Old ainl IuLty trayj jnay beruo- nteati LeUijr iuhxtc1 wti eoal var nisUi jisdl Wt broj e IpOTdcr Be faro LciiunJng the paining the tsaya rut to ic11 ee3neJ wjth uap and iiatci mini LtzsriurIily var- mtIm ez lJo driel by tiTI1Ctrays In tLe ovbu but e ire taken that It Is not too hot Two or more cocte of varnUh applle1 thinly may be necfesaryto prOduce a good effect Uoxucaade Floor Wax Buy Jumps cf beeswax icut it in thin wjtltttulommtimle tonic The wax and turpentine wTien mised ohonld bo about jns thJdt as lUdlu winter it gets itrl1 Jbph lit ItjlltlUiresItj To- Headquarters for alt FARMSS UP SPRIHGFIDLD KY f Phone No 20 b t We4seIl Coal in 0 I trorn a n a i sto P i ITornadI VlJ OliYer Chilled Flflis FThe mart StA Magazine pf Cleverness IMagazines shouldjiave a well di fined purpose j tGenuine entertainment amusement and mental recreation are themotiveVof TheSraart Set the MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZFNE3 Its novels comp1 bne 1em6t rnothfihliantI Its short sturies are matchlessclean and ful or hUm h 1riterest Its poetry covering the entire field of yerse patlhpslore humor ttenderness s by tbrnostpop lar pnels men andIwoiren oftheIaySi H f TJR Ifilroo witticisms slcetdhs etc are h1itfedJy tlf reosttmirthprovoking i 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING No vap9ringsorIivciy pagowill infcgfe youSubscribep ryear cKequerP anrExpreis Prder Oi rregjstercd letter to THE flVI RrE1 452 Fifth Avenue New 10i1t t N B Sample Copies Ssnf Free oh Application AD 1 USRI 8gLI IES UOATION I5cJ SE totheybungmanor J o firdt imprtanceto get your trainiasrSt the school that Htamb in tha eblt nt rankJ ThK BRYANt S STRATTON UNESCOLLEGEV ityItdtcherseaclioneSHQTHANDi TVPEWRITING beautiful book girin estIrnoniztll front positionsallot FREE Sioal open l tUcjtar Students can eaterat anytime 4i a J WRIGHTPRESIDSNT v SErEr3EEeuaeB a 1 Te Big Money Makerr for Hog Kaisers m N vtIsfI tears has stood the severest tests and in all cases can Be a 1j dpended upon e 4p I rA DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THA pIE I J I IIWIII 1venltvcl 1 1cduble1 had at our store fur the askingat r25 Ib can S1250 half cans SOfOi 82 50 125 and Coot per parkage7 111 20th Century Poultry Food y The greatest pggproducerdn the market Keeps fowls f poultrydiseas PP 25 Ib bafl 350 25c per package j- ii Dr Jos Haas Live Stock eme ylYjFor Horses Cattle Sheep Etc vi aLS Asdts name Implie this a EEMEDY not a fgodand it is un ji Siheepj6j conditioner disease and growth promoter and a sure preventive from b1 1 i ANa tI tjL 1 IA aFORALEBY t McLURB WELLS t Ii c1r4TJ FOR CIRCULARS SPRINQEIELD IY tra E E ED TELEPH0NjaG THj pho Cumberlant Telephone and Telegraph Company ha4 f issue statement of iits businessftr the month of September aiidft jc Increase in the n amber of sjib srrDerc Is slivrias fbllojwsf rj subscribers September 1 lOp1 lllifgfj5 iiNumber added dtr rsg mont v 4416 1il discontinued duringmonth 2679 t JNctJ r Number L subscribers Sqpcmbr019D4 4 j 1i54 SAliSULrLIVAN President Vt QPEAK Sec Treiis JNW D 1Manager1i HONE TOBAGGO WAREHOuStGOSiHcerjMrated t STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Nor ni THE GOKBW LiAILY SALES PROKlPT RET0iirif Iil4MONTISSTORAGEFREE Ie02JlLOUISVILLE t KENTUCKYjj kDR JJM BURTON 4t RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED VITHOUT PAIN OrriCK H gwi Block up stain SPRINGFIELD KY hl1f Dental Work Strictlyl 4L1 FirstclmssL PRJ H LAMPTON f LI OFFICE In Opera House i WFGRIGSBYIlI 4Oice over fceoplos Bank SPRINGFIELD KY iiiiSI jq11 Green DENTISTy IAll kinds of dental work TeeiU extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord Phone 5Ifiii J BoB4EDS M W FYkT- Tr R BARDS HYATT Phjsiciins and Surgeons Office next toUlerks Office t JAMES GRoVES PRACTICAI fatcliniakeLra- Jewelers Carries alineorWatches Clopks r sridJeWElry Repalringa Spe cwltjr L catcTatP W Sitnms h Jr old law offie opposite Court House Springfield Ky f bR VLFTRUSTY- PRACTICALj DENTIST l Office over Haydon Barber sr Dental work atreasonable prices A 11 work guaranteed t SPRINGFIELD KY jY MAYCS IllHERftLOIRECTOe v HO EMBALMER TELEPHONE t DAY19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KYD rv l Have Jo llallhill TO OOI- fsoC ll u J L ALLEN attheDepot I f FREIllT IB TRUNKS Hauled Furrjiitufe Moved rd an ything in the hauling ine done carefully and at p easonable ratesJi PHONE 22 iIt Railroad Scfreftule JTollowing is the time schedule now in effect onhe Eard town and S prin gaeld branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 4lQipfmr Bardstown Junction 502 pith Bardstown 552 pm arrived it Springfield 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield 53O a m Bardstown 617 n mi13ardsown Junction 705 am a arrives at Louisville 755 am J No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 aim Bardstown Junction 630 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm Noi44 Leaves Springfield a I 2P pm I3ardstown 2aOpm jBardstown Junotion 4B5 pm Arrives at Louisvill 545 pmr No 90 Sundays bnlyLeaves I Springfield at 715 lam Bards ton 8 am Bardstbwn Junction 845amv arrives at Louisville 935 ain No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves faouisvilleat 6 pui Bardstown JU1ction 650 pm Barth town 785p marriyesitSprJngeh1I 825 p m v I t k rfNt 1451 Is the winner of the prize in the egg contest Owner willI please present same and claim dytlo uric AS H JONES r im- Ii TOWN r rbisj ffi Plrfru lJ J oj bJro lslr d Jv Ii Local Happenings of Interest d The Freshest and Latest iiII Yourself Friends and Acquaintances Ii l 11atltrg j tIBanaiiOrane LemQns aH J A Shad ersjSweet Pickles iew Kraut Pigs Feet Mother Oats an4 all kinds jpfoannei goods just received byJ A4 Is Hi ere flthe Cbritian ehrli nf Mak yule will serve dinner iri the 1 Barber block tftis place on n- ex1Mondayj1 FOR SALE Pure pred Barred Plymouth Rock cockf els and j pullets extra fine j MISS LIDA bElIE TS R FD No3 Lei anonKy j f TJe regular term of the Wash t inton Circuit Cout wiiiden j here next Monday I This will be Judge Thurmans firsVterm in Springfield sinced1e assumed tIle f bench fProtractedthis week at the Baptist church conducted by the pastor Revb Williams The meetings ate well attended and are growing in in cterestiis We will have in on Saturday pecial new line of trimmedaud- eadytowear hats QUU and see tbe dsplaycTHE KOTI CotMilliners At the meeting df thePresby terian Synod at Shelby ville this week memorial services wer held in honor of the late Rev G H Strickland cf the Spring field church The services were led by Dr Latimer the present pastor of the church Ilev E L Pow 11 of Loiiis ville has been engaed to deliver alecture at the Opera House this place on th j light of Nov 23d His subjec vill be Citi zenship m the Republic Dr Powell is one oftlie ablest lee turer in the county Jg lion Ben L Brtfner the Re ipublican pominaei fop Congress in this district fisi aydfped to pqakat thi place rn Moriuay afternoon next He lwjfk also speak at Willisbjurg on Mondaye night and at Card well in the afternoon of Tuesday the 251bd and at Mackyill on the night of the 25th Mr Dick Gepfry of Danville tookfr91fithis Bounty this week t about ibO head of nice feeding jjattle weighing Inom 1150 too 1300 pounds He bought it1II the neighborhood of Springfield follows Of Ben F Simmfs 16 a t head JOhn B4abe i5 Sam Mudd 5 Cleinents BIo 7 The balance were bought of different farmers at Mjackvjlle andTexas The price paid wjis 375 t04s Mr Gentry buys rom 100 to200 head of cattle iin this county every year and says that he is willing to pay a little above the market priqe for Washington county cattle because gt their 4 superior quality IfF I 3 tv aAiand evidently jd mented was brought into tmVJilast week byl Mr T P OBiyan who said that he had b0en wandering about his neighborhood for sonic time and that he had been frightening tlie women and childre Jby his stritngebehavior Ieha11 become a nuisance and the citizehs of hat neighborhood wished to get rid Jof him so sent him to town 1he old fellow who can talk butyjittle gives his name as Tom Cahand says his home is at Hodgenville He is in jail being taken care of until aomething can b1doncvithbim After a lot o work and exp nse the Water Company has just completed it filtration plant at the reservoirr nd it works llike a charm The ykater after passing through the filter is perfectly pure andas c0ar as crystal The new plant will certainly solve the problem of good water for Springfield from npWt on The water is evidently free i om disease germs land JshQulcl bei much safer to drjnk than that from wells anA cisterns which are low and probably infected at this time of tihe tear with germ Consumers f the water from the water W9nJis ar requested not unnecessarilyThe supplybuttooja pipwill keep the filtered sup py1pw and mojy cause inconve flkiCCtt TOPICS if t Mr JolraJW Lewis appeared bdfore the Presbyterian Synod at Shelbyyilje this week as one of the executors of the will ofI Mrs Sallie Grundy It will be1ttj remembered fjhat Mrs Grundy provided iin her will that the trundy farm and homestead in this county be donated to the Kentucky Synod of the Southern j f j3 Presbvfcorihn church to be converted ji into an orphaiis home f This is the first meeting of the 5 Synod since the bequest was made and Mr Lewis waited on that bodyto see what action lb will take in accepting the gift andcarjrying out the wishes ofh Hrs Grundy lh The Synod took action Accepting the bequest Atcondition of the legacy is that the orphanage be locntedoil the farm and that her residence be used together tfth all its fur nishings of every kind The Synod already has an orphanage at Anchorage which is too small or the demands made on it and the question of larger accoinmoe dations for the orphans iis solved y the acceptance of Mrs Grundys bequest A committee inomposedand W A Waters of Spring field and the Rev W OT Davis and Rev JS Lyons ofLoui tto ville was appointed to take of the farm and establish he orphanage V DETTER LIST Remaibitig unclaimed inthe Springfield postofflce for week B Oct 20 1904 Robert Armsteadv Mrs WF Anderson Miss Mattie Benson James M Prowne Miss Bessie Coffey Mrs Naiyiie Davis Goo Hk Gray Pauline Qrayes Joseph Moss Miss Malissier yrie Mrs flMVaJkerHS JieI1P- ersonsca1ungrQrtneso letter will please say advertised and vedatc of list 1WA Waters PM C ablic SSale I rheparlnership in farming w ting between Hall Brothers and VO McChord having been issolved by reason of W C McChord having gold his farm one nile east of Springfield In order to settle the partnership the undersigned will at the iesiv dpnce op said premises on HTHURSDAYl n Beginning promptly at 10 oclock mi sell at public auction all the property owned by Said fiflnt consisting oft20 nice yearling miles 2 large work mtfler 3years old next spring 2 large work horses 2 mule colts 4 good work mares 1 combined pheaton and sat die pony 6 fine milk cows with young calves 1 yearling steer 35Q barrels of corn 300 shocks of fodder 20 stacks timothy hay stacks of oats 36 hogs one t hdrsQ power gasoline engine nd Dick cutlCF and ultachmehts 011Jei chdrill 1 new ccrn cutter 1 Deerfmg binder 2 Deering mowers l2 h0r wagon and harness a nurnb9ot plows Cultivators and other farming implements of all kinds TERMS OF SALE For all sums m of 10 and under cash For all sums in excess of that amount will boon a credit of six months to besecurdby note witn good personal security negptiablojuid payable at Peoples Depositt3auka Spricgfield Ky Dicner will peprovidcd for aJJl JOHN HALL HUGH HALL W 0 McCiiOiiD for Sale t Two shares of Peoples Dspo sit Bank stock will be sold next county court day to the highest bidder at J oclock pin atthe court house door JKWAIJLS l FANNIE WAJDLS ec1l2rof the estate Qi Oath- ermneYalls TaxpaYers Notice t The state and counfy taxes ipr time year 1904 are now due anb all persons owing same wlrtt please call on me or rny deputiest an Isettla without t which will add costs BYRON CROAK E Mieriff W C a1 XA AA AAA j DONTS3 ajp3 yourself Yoqinmy solect ai pair that aidy6vision for 3 time timd being ycc may prove most injurious DONT buy cheap lassesj such lenses are imperfectly j ground and unlike V DONT read in led or on fi mcvingtraih j yourGlasscsmOrt DOcontinue wJtrinO your Old Glasses wh youieel that they arcnotSubrihh t TlumCjj ji jHjl J FFSCNAL Mr and Mrs A Q MeElroy returned from a visit to re atives at Kansas City They topped over for tJcs ort time at he Worlds Fair Mrs H D Rodman of Luis ville visited relatives here last week Rev J W Carter wife and little son are here from Missouri visiting atthe Jj S Yankey home Miss Rera Yankey luis return dfrom a visit to relatives in Pleasant Hill Mo Miss Lucy Selecman is visiting Louisville this week DrN R Riley of WiHisburg has gone to Hot Springs Ark practice his profession He makes a specialty of the cure of cancer Mr and Mrs R P1 t 1iI canie in last Thursday oytniig from their bridal tour They have rooms at the WaltOn s Messrs JoeGlaybrooke and G Cunninghanrwere in Lebanon Sunday Mr and Mrs John Wigging tpn of Spencer county have been visiting Mrs MJ Waters and Mr and Mrs P J Thomas Miss Sadie Mayes is visiting in Louisvtria MUs Veola Browne is in Louis ville Dr and Mrs M VHyatt wert to Bloomfleld Tuesday M r Joh n R Wharton of Miti heJlsbur Vas Ipre last week Mrs IL B McElroy was in LouisvilleTuesday s Mr and Mrs BaydonOleaver- ho have been living in Qklahoi ma are here to visit toe Clay biooke fnmily Mr Cleaver is contempl tlng locating in this county Miss Willie Mayas is in Louis ule Mrs T rD LaLimer Mrs M ONan and Miss An Latimerand Harry M ONan went to Danville st9 day MrES Mayes is attending the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Louisville this week Mr and Nr3m L Ddvlson Jr have returned from tLie W1orldsFajr Dr T D Latimer and Messrs W A Waters und John W Lewis attended the mGotiflg of the Lynocl of the Presbytorian church at Shelby ville the first of the weeir Dr ndMrs T W RoBardsl f Hendersonville N C are ere on a visit to their sons miJy Dr JB Robards Mrs Wi P Trusty and children arci hcrre toi oiu Dr Trusty Mrs Trusty has been at her parents home Now Hope where a new son was born Miss Julia Rowan of Bards town is staying at the Walton this week ifa Joe Mansll no the first of tl JfeMr Turn ShirdEouisville was here Saturdy Mr Scott 4ffWb and sister Miss Mary havtlfrned from u pleasant visit to frijnjiii and rely ivesin Lexington n f1jii Mrs Charles Hosldrilpnii bellsville iiis visiticg her Y siter- Mrs C R McWhbrter tfN f Mr and Mrs J L Allen and daughter May me left Saturday for St Louis Miss Margaret Hagan and Wathen Siiiynms attended tho BakerCpomes wedding at Bard own i N iss Same Catrioo is aurtell oftyphoid feVer Among the crowd who visited woljMissesarY1Iamiltcnind Mattie Montgomery and MeSfe Tom Mudd Bud Crume nl Do hint hue rurnd i 1 r TiiI7W S Sfv i rr i t r tI I fi uLlf rillIJNT j ll TIIOMPSNff i Jrc 4 fliIJ itI lI rI t II 4f We call1 tt 4 5 Sl t f eT R neW firm itt r rI i enlOntjO11i m J st k Hjydon ThOmpsQn Id I l ccr II 1 ULindertdkers d mbulmersI I f jL yr Jully Equipped f ill tlw Msiiiess in everyrespeet- a JJ fa1 k1 t t 1f jrIt f Ph i1 e18i 7 SPpINGPIELD I KY r i iJI i I HAVE t l DIamond Axes Hate b itl Chis J HammerjDrawing Kidfcs Bit tl lil ri 1 i1kI l k I11 W warrant iff Bi aWEd fe line Call and eeoW hjat wchavetq 7 IcJiroyI Jgh lt i M A rf fSAEh rQF B far l 1se aId t lf + irq I stmy r sidedcsbro- furtbnjle frgri Sprig5IdQp Peirville pike on SATURDAY OCT M2o4clock pm o r4rlemy house dot Hooehias 6 rooms haH yarittda jjorf rlderl acresi ph e I wfjl alii sell a small firm of plt acres good laud iH mite from 8iin on Perryvifle pife i rfth good 4 hooae ottI buIdings i ttake pleasure ihi showing one tbe property v TiHftMS One ttiiad cub I a nee in one apd two yeaiswLb note lJearln per For fnrLbsrticulae see wCJR4WRJCN 4 Spriugftela Ky S M Campbell AuctIoce r lAdmfiistrators Scf As administrator of beeS ie cifJC M MiJhi deceased I will oh the premiseai mtltt from Mack flub be Lien WILl s burg iud 1 FRID Y NOV 4th P sell to Uao bidtfer de farm cousisiing of 117 actfef de1g h use atd6te em at d gocxl tobacco lM Jt Will alp aePL fqtt property o t1if cite good g rw ndc roc mrQ mie i cwsand 19oats- nd seine hu 3idiurtiitu6 Term anniiict on day of sale jI A tiS iii ti aIuia been kedIn sitiw u CIasmterlins ttumaeht- t1 Ji WtTblt tIperjo t thec- rclinniik lo livr pills Out t lJtier ahd p tbfb fl tciSlOi gentle and so agrceibte that one hard- Jyrealiaea that ItA ptoducc pi a oidicino TheO tEiavijof pny I0r tnebawelsbut improve the appitito and aid thedtii For salp at 2 co twper botteki4ay 4QL Urugstore 0 If trowltfwitl a weak tJijestlon toIIambeLlarTStonIach ani 1var fJft lets They will lo you good For ale by Haydon UUstore fl in IJ T ialJet8CiV in 11 f t h 2I iiiII WE HAVE lools Tools Iol ftq- andabovea11 the best oCTool- smmmj EriE igTJie l are made cl Uft vf ry tH b sC material ud l r exieriv enCedworkntaid evert L5i Edgc PQIsld rJ l 1f trrantcc If iitla not ak representetl retuio up fl i1 7 ii d jyAur moneyback I 1 WE rj1 J I Edge saS els Bracesr v Carll we cpfCfyaiifig ii ti aiBld room ptrdeiJ l cejitinIertt tfCkYilleon highest lL 8fruaJ workhorse i nor- e3f1Ifthtibi3a liaithnd I == rltc t 7 J Off ipreBaboatar miles aoL kb of SpUJsd011 v lTHt SOAYilfev 27 1904 flgtaiiIn atclOck cilol JItwing ftTticlerwiUItsll l One gciod IreL mare 1 goo vCI1ri1are good york OIie6J 2 good milk coir 2 two yoar old hfcifefs 2 ptfDi icalvesj 1 s and p s 12 held Iieep a lot df fat bogs tdiecTfciTdw 1 tyo horse wagon cehrrelwagon allfrmiD4i impfewwits and nice llot hoaQboid a4 kitchen fumi iurc T vI FERMS tinif awfar fioc sh Over tha i tmoo t 12 months ctbdit with njAo bclti 6 per i leretI wHh egproved jersonal freU yc HerdIt AdntLf fl If HOld t iAPromiL1i1rauft1h 1Je cset friend Of G H Iaus- uF4ier L E WRJatpr nt uVilit Litpa eftl bejleaed to know Of hia recorjjflr from threatened kidney Oie ee Wiaay frardbt uliBf Fnteys 83in yCaic whicfi II r coaiBi a4wUal to train meti wbo are iafly tiqillaiiy affiict- J Notifl1 trflif rs Jcnrfie C Willd dm pj1f vs Nicli Willett ek M DftsI I i obedience to an orcler made in the above styieci cau e utt the May term 1904 f the rashi gI tot Circuit Coutt nfl redltors of the 6ttte of Gpo E frilletC lCfased areTeq red tc present their claims properly p oven to ltncatiny office in Spiingfield Kyon or befireOtt 21 JD04 M G LEACHMAN M Q jWG C rTo CarcI I tine lla fi Take JAXAtWfBaOM QW IKE Tablet Alt aruggitfr lefuaO the money iif it falls to re E Grove8tiBDaUli tonclcTi bOx 25c FOLfYS4 Kidueslor IB write JOIMfr four years Iwatrcrnpl j a kilnT nrd Madder ffoctioii r f T l l AI uiiokr t 1JSt JltttG ILV It rwi raOCenLhd SIQO iliil jij jiJljiliiiiitiIi SlB Wvti wUiS TTT I l II fee Ire Sloiiiig t L ilr i 1 SEE I 1 OUR LEADER IN tlANb BAOS1 At 25 CENTSfill 9 A1arge line of s BELTS t of the latest designs TIle Newest Iit Novelties in- Dandlldgsf i r Ijat W cents toll 250 v v g rj obktsonflro t i S ir t f bt f f f f O O t JiWi Jilrl js fo4iii OCK McBLROY GcLWn lf I MoiroyWhrfo f IIlls l t McelReale I Estate Agiti Lilf1 t h 1 j Fire Lifo and Tornado insurance n f4J LandSold on 6ominissicnv t 1 I 1 t Of ge bver Peoples Bank Phone 42 l Q f3tg fIa tf ALL AND WINTER 1 CLOTHES Ht t 4 i w Stylish made to orderi Suits m ilOOO and upwardsk n p made to order fr gad Jj tp upwards IIY il txl5j Guaranteed Fit ljH Guaranteed Wear t otiee beautiful Brn and 4I ray sarnp1espiokcaper it r Ifih1I and winter LtJM ABEL t e QJ t lt1 Locai Agent Springfield Ky P1 BBBdli7 u= I JriiliilJlimiHjJliiijti UJ iliQl w Vv vIi j 1 Jlitesth Jfei theC t heap stllIIIr- sis iAndThere is None beer Than jf1 IITHE p Gr7w 1 N wiRE PFNCPJ AFenceforeyetyPurpogi 11t wJn turn anything and canbe run ov y 1 Sltirtcl of ground AIl Sizes anti jiIJOrhneftt 1 r r S i Bqrllsr J IcClure la18f 1itISSOLE AGENTS Springfield Xy lJfn j ff f jt t I 1 1 vyiir 7n nn tNelsonNotes From Tjie Record Moritfay evening last aboutt arkJ1fc aBnrbvasthroyrf pfccrm his r vt6wnlhn theN w Haveu pike as jfidav starting home Nov he is lyin near deaths door with jlv ribs broken ard otherwise brusad 1d injured There are t JindjcatribQS pomtlngto foul play ThesQindicaUons are being run Jowit Mr Burba iis jria serious V condition and tiis friends are in ucff exercised over the pbssii billtythat iit is the result of hi- v hcjngsvayJaiaiind not purely the itftect of an accident Sunday moining twenty fine caltle bloriging to the Abby of af 2ethsenmni were founid dead in afield near apond No disease hpdtecn known to be amongst teem and it is thought almcst certrjin they died from the effects r f d inging water from the ponds bnLwbctlcr thn water was pbis l onpdb7 some miscreant or the v tpoii pning was accidental is noi r fcnown r TRicharJ Biclow vtbo reside r near Spi1ngticJdindwho figured in a diyorce proceeding bro iihl by his wife recenty in sing lpn county was acquitted in th County Court Saturday by a jury oa a warrant charging him will breach of the peace by altackln i his father in law PeterfShehan rear tringlown lat Fr dy Bajlow and bhehan met thr IIsomehot words t0ii0ja ant Shohan swore out a warrant tot Harlows aresN Hn gave bon- tlor hs 8ppearrrc3 for trial oi Saturday and the jury fou c him not guit The Fiscali Court SaturdaA adopted a system which ishe ll vedwill be oj great benefit u d Jf the working of the turnpikes and dirt roads inaddhion to tht supervisors in charge of thi work Tne court appointed tiwi supervisors from the county a Jarge whbseduty it will b tc see thatthj work is properh dp e Mr Robert Hurt for tht eastern and NltMndrew Mllei for the wrsterh end of the county It is their business to go over the loads see what work i t neelled and have the supervisor 4 dpit They arc each to recdvc a salary of35O per annum and hold office for JATO years unless rqmoedby the Court It is le lieved the plau will save mouev atatbe taspajers WForciiiItaC f The pleasant to takeand harmless OnelMinuti Cough Cure gives ins tin relief i all cases of Cough Croup anc I3aGrppebecatISe it docs not pass im mediately into the stomach but take efiVct t right itt the seat of the trouble Itdriws out the inflamation heals anf sooTBiand cures permanently bv en nbtingtbc lnigs io contribute pure Jifchtg and Hfceuptaining ozyjren 3 the blood and tissues Sold by all dtuggkt i An Interesiliig find ff NfrJ R Green of Samuels tells of an Interest g find made while tearing away the walls of an old building on Jthe place Of J Xf Ctas OBrien The wall- was of logs but had later been boxed in and inside of this outei roverihg was discovered six leaves of tobicco which had bean there thirty two year an hour g1aS3Wl1lC11 few of be people ttffs generation Imo v any thiiig ubnult w hich ad lain in concealmeXJi fprty two years aj d an bid five cent piece lost fortyfour years ago T4e hour ghtss isa cutiostty inJ itself anc FEMALE WEAICMESS 612 12 Congress St OOLI8UIJorlortoand I tuovr whereof I speak I suffered for monthJ with suppressed prostr4tmr back tsd eldis and I would have blinding haadacht limbs would lflBvrell u aatl I weak I Cud not stand up I naturally felt disparaged for I teemed to be beyond tba heip of physicians but Wine of Cardul camo as a Qodasnd to me I felt a chngQ for the better within a week AfU r nineteen days treatment 1 menstruated thouteBnfferin the agonies I usually lid and soon became regular and without pain Wino of C rdul is simply wonderful and I wish that nfl suffering women know of ita good qualities IfW tf Treasurer Portland Economic League t Periodical headaches tell of re into weakness Wine of Cardni cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular Imense bearing down pains or any female weakness If you are havefnf1t the orltl 3OU ShOUld try Wine of Cardui now tfcraeiubcr that hcadachca mean fepialc weakness ofCatdui Willie CARDUI i must be nearly a century old Mr OBrienSIjo is now seventy one y ars oM came Jinto posses sion of it after his fathers death and bis fitber died htniselil lQpld ageRrd 11 1Hows Ti We qffcrj One hundred Dollars Re ward ftiiapy case of Catarrht that can not be Halln Catarrh Cure Fjburfby co Toledo o- We have known lj Oh last IS years adbe 0111bnsineSable to cary out any obligations math by his firm Walding Kinnan Maryin Who lesale Druggists Toledo O Halls C4tarrh Cure is taken inter nally actirfrdirectly upon the bloodII and Jiincoujs surfaces of the system TesUmoriids sent free Price 75c per bottle Sblji byall druggists Take Halls FanilyPilla for constipation Yoa an4ot cure pile by extcrna1 applicatlbn Any remedy to be fllrct vc must fbc applied in i eright at the seat fdt the trouble NanZan is put up in a collapsible tube vitha nozzle o that it reachesinside and applies thel remedy where it iSJmost needed ManZan StrenglliefiS the blood vessels and nerves so that piles arc impossible ManZan relfeves the pain almost instantly heals soothes cools and jcuea Soldby Haydons Pharmacy Local Option Loses The local option electon at Biizabethywn btt Thursday re iulted in defeat for the friends jf tern perimca by 27 votes They lid hadi work and up to the Iosing oEf the polls left no oppor unty go unimproved wn the right but iii is aid that givat jinps of nioney were contr put CI the side the0 whisky by Louis Villa breweries which render d lie b lllealltu certain one from be time vas known the brew ries would take a hand Under hese circamstvnces Elizibetli owa must wait three years be ore she can yoe on the qustion igain Keep TIb The government is preparing to supply rurrural mail carriers vith ac nti iivanuQf r measuring heir r spective routes in order hat the posloffice department nay beajleto adjust salaries md other matters on an cquit tble basis The machine 1s a bi iycle whdell larger in diaraejer than the ordinary wheel and raving attached to it a cyclome ter To the bicycb whee11s at cached a pair of iron rods of the lature of shafts which are made so fir erj the axle theo her at ds being fastetofd to themid fe of the axle of the vehicle jarrying toe mails In this way- L bicyclej revolves arid the cy lometer records toe distance uade It as accurate because i- terds tbc actual distance tray Jed fland cot the length of the nan roads If the wagon is jbliged to go around a inudhole he faithful cyil meter records the fact and the distance thus arced upon the horse and driver by t bad road is paced to the creditof both Pill Pieasiir- eIf YOU ever took DeWItts Litle RarlyRisersior billiousnees or consti pation voukrVVhat pill pleasure rbesefaznotslittIe pills cledusc the iver and rid the system Of all bile vithottt producing unpleasant eflocts They do not tripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to the tSsU8and organs of the atom ich liver and bowels Sold by all druggists A Gflarta Cure Fur Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud ing Pilc Druggists refund money if PAZJ OINTMENT fails to cur my casey no matter of how long standing iio to 14 days First application gles ase and rest Sic J yourdruggst hasnt it send 50c in tamps and jit will be forwar1ed pos paid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis lV e Bardstown Tcourtc v qitcUitCol1r ext Monday The dockets are unusualy ight arjd there will beery few can tested cases or aiy importance There a b seenIY five cases ou docruuteght cate4 are likely tobe tried at this term Many of the de- fffendants rare pot ibafore the GJUI t ancltbut 23 vagrancy uisesyill be dismissed on uc count of the new law on1his subjecfprqvIding for punishment in tle Coufaty Court There ten new cases on the ordinary or jury docket and thir ty old cases There is LO con tes in raoie ffthaii fifteen cases and less ihjan half thi3 number wiil probably be tried at this term The eqiiity docket contains thirteen new cases and 128old Vases Ih first fOr suits on thA nppata1ice thicket are for divl rce0ii0 lor cuncell ttion of TibjOOOOO CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums r how WOU You7t like aCheck tike Th t W iue I Ann fin Cash to Lion Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair Contest Iff WIJ 2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in the Presidential Vote Contest Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages anda accent stamp entitle you in addition to jthe regular free premiums to IeraithYou can send as many esti mates as desired Grand First Prize of 500000 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dentlal Vote Contests fWe also offer Special Cash Prizes to Grocer Clerks Particular In eadh case of Lion Coffee each10000O How Would Your Name Look on One or These Checks Everybody uses coffee If you LION COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with it you will be suited and there is no other such value for the money Then you wilt take no otherand we dvertise And are using our advertising moneyso that both of well as tewiIl get a benefit Hence for your Head- sWE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complet Detailed Particulars in Every Package vLION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO sheriffs deed and ihe remainder mostly for sale of property and settlement of estates The time allowed for this term of is three weeks yet it will hardli 01 tnue over1vo weeks qa account 6fr the light docketsI r Judge Sirauel E Jones will reach Bardstowiias usual by the noon train Monday when the grind jury willl bz empaneled The geniat Commonwealths At torney will arrive in time for work Tuesday when the pe iit jury will be selected Standard 7 Cinse of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetann is caused by a baciluB or perm which exists plentiful ly ij Street dirt Itiis inactive so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by Just hails and when the 3iriis excluded the g rm is roused to activity and pro duces the most virulent poison known These geriismay be destroyed and all danger of Iokaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pab Balm freely as soon as the injury Is received Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like injuries to heal with out maturation and in one third tbe time required by the usual treatment It Is for sale by Had lIs drugstore InUe Cnrc Take carfc h a game plnjtxl by any number of persona lit several wnys In one of tlie most common flour is pack ed tlglitly Into a hoI which Is then turned mill romovod leaving tile hour In a On top of thin is placed a small coin The players lu turn than remove each a part of the flour with u knife ami whoever lets the coin fiilinnist pick It up from the floor with his teeth Sometimes each one Take earona he cuts oft his portion of the flour the game thus receives Us name There nre many substitutes for the flour nud coin Otto of the host is a cartl house of two amis on a pile made of the rest of the pack loosely thrown together Each player removes one card and he who allows the card h oust to fall must pay a forfeit The game may be played out of doors with a lit Uc nUt stuck in u pnli of sand from which each player remoyctJ u little on the end of a sUck Chameleon none The Chinese Juuuiiotie and Siamese tire pccuHarly skillful nt bobinlcnl feats One of their wonderful achieve ments Is k Iins the changeable rose This Abloom In white In the shade nUll rId itr the inillght After ulght 01 lnjl turk room this curiosity of the rosit family Is a pure waxy white bloijom When transferred to the ppea air the trnnsfonnulbn Jm ireUntely slops In the time of Jim entire change of the flower from white ti red depending oil the decree of sun light nnd warmth Iiist the petals lake ou a kind of washed or jtdcd tOffainti a Ufllly tQecfla in hue until Und tl iit yam lUy wulte rose of nu hour before iIj aI rod as the rcddestpoouy that ever hiloDzaccL TJ zIale fl1fg Powder Measure tfco parU Of creum of tartar munspo part of baWui soda MIX with theiun tblepoamifiiiof flour dried in tiro oren fir ojieli cupful bC the cf tartar r111 scxlu ift vis Crcl1Jlj oct hwa it r plasa Jar with a tji It dd CDpt v hcn yon ca It t r j ott for Ugej What will be the total popular vote cast h for President votes for all can k M eleetJonNovember In 1900 lection 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti- matesB received in W9olson Spice Corn ff panys office Toledo 0 on or before il November 5 1904 we wilt give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize S2500OO 1 Second Prize lOOOOO 2 Prizes J6OOOO 5 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 5000 100000 50 Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1000 26OOOO 1800 Prizes 500 OOOOOO 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO wilt use convinced thats why we usyou as Lion of Court over mound and you Gall For Special Election Proclamation by the Governor Commonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department Whereas A vacancy haying oc curred in Eleventh Circuit Court Judicial District caused by the death of Judge Charles Patteson Now Therefore I J C W Beckman Governor of the Com monwealth aforesaid by virtue of the authority vested in me by luW do ordain and Ploclaim that that an election shall ba herd in aid district on Tuesday Novem her 8 1904l for the purpose of electing a Circuit Judge in said district to till the said vacancy In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set my hand arid caused the Gret Seal of the Common Aealth to be hereunto affixed Done at Frankfort this seventh day of Ofitober A D 1901 and in tile one hundred ancfthirtueuth year of the Ccmmonwealtb v j C W Beckham By the Governor H V McChesney fcccretaryof Slate By W F Graybt Asst See of State In pbedience to the foregoinic proclamation notice is Hereby given thattn electior yill bo1 liel l in each of the voting pre cjncts of Washington county cti tbo 8th day of November 1904 same heinz tho day of the regu Tar November election Jor the purpose of electing a Circuit Judge in said Eleventh Judiciall Djsti ict pf Ke n lucky In testimony wliereof witness this itthtay of October lOOt Byron Groake Sheriff viash ington Co ICy oOJOIMaIIY Jf A Tisdaic of Sunnnerton Sxsu tercel for twenty years with t c IVies Specialists vero employed and m vny renicdcs used lut relief and p liiancnt pood was found only in tlj use of D Wift sWitch Jfazel Salve This is only onoot the many many cures that have bean effected by bis won erf111 retrJy In buying Wi ch Hazel Salveit only necessary to ee that you get iiic genuine Dev ts made by E C DeWitt Co in Chicago anda cure is certain De Vttts Witch Hazcl Salve cures all ktids rf piles cuts burns bruises ec Icma tetfer ring worn skin diseases etc Sold bvtlldruggiMH A new theory that is proving successful inthe cure of C ughd Lung urn Kronchial affections is offered In licesi Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy juts the mucus heals the incmbruiipun lining of the throat luLgs and bronchial tubes wards oil Pneumonia and strengthens the ays fem generally Group arid Whooping K11novpUsaqt by Uaydons ma yi Commissioners Sale t Hugh Auberry etc PlKs vs Equity John Auberrv etc Deft Dyivlrtue ota Judgment and order WashinJtonCircuWCourt thereof 1904 in the above cause shall proceed to offer for sale at tbe Court House door in Springfield I yon MONDAY OCT 24 19C4 at ot about 2 oclock pra bpine county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit followingdeserIbedproperty Three certain tracts or parcels of land situated in Washington county lyand bounded as follows towi TracfNoi lBe ginning at a stone on thes1uth side fjf the Frederiokstown and Lebanon road cot to Thomas Phillips thence S 34A w30 poles poles to a white oak hickory and beech tree cor to Phillips and Joshua Musters thence N 52 w 120 poles to a stone cor tq Mrs Hill Mudd and the dower N 83 E 37 poles to a sugar iree on side of branch cor to dower thence N 04 E 50 poles to u stun near the soring cor to dower thence N 38J E 54 poles 10 a stonos cor to dower thence S 53i E G3i poles tc the begin rung containing GO acres roods and 20 poles Tract No 2 bounded begin fling at two ash stumps on the south side of the Fredericksburg and oLebanon road cur to G Conner and WT AuberrythencK S 5Ut E 54 poles to a stone cni to the remainder ilienceS 88J w54 poles to Stoue noar the spring cor to tho remainder thence SOl w 53 poles to a sugar tree on brapchcirt to same thence S 8S w 39 poles to a stone cor to remainder Mudd and Mrs Hill thence N3SJ E 128 poles to the beginning con taming 33 acresi rood and 31 poles Tract No 3 Beginiing at a sugar tree and whie paIr cor to Ralph Spink phce thence S41J E 193 poles to a hickor and 2 red oaks cor to mid R Spinks Musters and Francs Spinks thence with the line of F Spink land N 35 E 85 poles to a beech and maple bv a pith opoosite Itho Dear vallow thency N lH Itl7t pIes to a sugar tree anl Ijack and red oik near the N E UencelN7wedge of th old peach orctardtnd opposite Lflcornerc of John Hills tield thence 45 poles to a t lui ash ard beech near and belo said Hills Spzipgthencel S 25 W 54pcs to aIJ oak and ash apling and blacJtxbaTv on the branch above Mall as Borders thence lip sad briVeh binding thereon to the begirninVcontain jig by survey 90 acres For the purchase price thei purchaser or pucbasera with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from da a of sale until paid and having the forcH and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be requited to comply promptly with tbes0 terms M G LEACHMAN M C JV C- CIVRUP 2L3LQ 5- PEPSII CURES I1PGEtTUJ THE PLGlARlSTIThis Is a pure an ple which shows hmv my brother Her bert ucarly von tte privilege of pro viding for the keep of Miss Mary Ash ton our cousin for the term of her un natural ute She ovever now orna ments anothers and Herberts heart Is dead- Herbert UfUC hud lousj raved Miss Ashton literally frotti afnrjjsbe being sublime ly long and lie iiiare than common squat Hovrcver tills defect ho k41 with Cupid hlmsqlf who la aUvsijf1 represented as dlniluutive and p udgy anil M2ry reay think was not cveisc to my brokers gulf tar she frequently dropped smiles oIr the to7 of hIs tall hutm itcht to Its wearers content She sljo tad she would pot heir ji word against him This was generally the ueo was nothing more to say Evcu ja bishop could tiiid something funny jSlrot a siort nirJi Xoverthelcss jllerbert was happy under the smiles ofhhs beloved But alas there came a day when the smiles vero directed elsewhere and Herbert fomil that irarycoalll hlniInorig inality Young as ttwas I knew that remark having taoa to myself sev oral such VDluutaiy relational whoe existence I Iftd ininediately forgot ten But derived a gloomy consolation He1bertf fils promise of sis terly even quoted the length of his netlicTr garhients as aai justification for Marys decision IvIe was certainly petite and riiagud- niinlty was strong within him The wrecker of brothers hopeis th1m waq noue other Eric Fradshani whoutyou nmy rociigulzcas the author of certain chaotic pieces of literary comiDsttlou known Frttlbtmtjaquashnni at a l1ti1llC9 for II long tae nal bid watehci the torttt OU3 troabJe of hbjllterary carecJIithe Lc iauing vvl91i the world jwas young Frotlsirni wrote plain shear novels which wcreja lastiugJpy tohla strtioncr to whom the selling of pa pern was a high mission In lIfe These works for the most part blushcJ un seen ouFrolshnuV4 tcble till their thor smccecded tbpni with a weary work the title of which u A Secret Tow was the Duly Intelligible part of volume Frobnjbly for this rpasoii ILbC Look was an instautauefti3 sue and Frpdshaih was a celebrity He wns iutervieweq and we all recog uizeti in Ids conversation the good thliigs wo had sal tahm ia times past Mary tbon fell T love with him and joineJouif fir ily cs a sister to Herbert Vfe app Ciiated llcr kind ness My brother at t time was gai neutJy jilepixssing r a cpaipaulon and plojjn was iiuprlso icil la the corruga tiona of Lis brow Ono day he came toiufr in a state of virtuous wrath VvJiying a daily paper round his head Ic wis spccchlcssa vth inilipmtiou ab I rpjleved him of tie jjHiiirI and dis4ivecJ the cause of jhl3 cicitcaicnt Sone clever persaii had reed A Gccri t Aow and lin a letter la the Hera d hdd pointe out that tLc work was ua iublushiug pIn giarism of rh unknown novel publLcd anoayuiocsiy soivk yeara previously muter the title oo On Ills Oath Fred shaiii hail evidently Lcca guilty of lit erary tteft I Tlo scoundrel Rsid my brother at length Ilca atolxi somcbDly elses brij3 fcrisy lave lies nothing more thanarthicf VIH cposeLIui to rMary Where JfrodslbiuY 1 asked On liL way to JNew York But I cant let that high plndcil girl rcaialn fetterotl to uch a jvlllaln can H Ill tell hpr ftt once in case she hasnt heard the news Better not I remarked 44ff she loves Frodsham cht wont lbaz1iyoti- Tet tLlnsslake thcr eours4 But Ilobcrt didnt He told Misst Ash ton there and then and tliat young lady listened to the tale She expressed hcr self as being greaty shaken and un able to decide what to do She also wondered bout the deceit of manj whlth impressed Herbert FJunU told my brot 1rlc might call anti seo her and he returned to me beaming Inctdchtally he referred to Frodshani as a poor devil Herbert was mug nanlinity itself Mary smiled sweetly but sadly AS ah angel wliosib wing had been broken by a brlck Her grief was picturesque and people pitied her Herbert cape dally wlo lurCd her to take an inter cut in the wqrld by going to theaters with hiui I hind forgotten to mention that my brbthcr was well to do though short Fur broken hearted girl Mary was fnlrlj jolly nUll I commented upon the fact Herbert explained that he was taking her out of herself This imaint taking her huto places of amusement One fatal lay fatal to my brothers love story in its second mid enlarged edition bought Jthe Herald to read tlio ilallf iinttnottt of ludlcmmt vir Cured At 70 of Heart Disease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effecfed CureI Heart disease u curable but in people of fadvanced age it docs not readily lend itself to ordinary treatment There ilo however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cur which we know from vratchinjr hun dreds of cases and from thelcttersoi grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak anti diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a regulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During tIle Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Vnl grew so much worse I left there with my wife to visit my sistermlaw Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old ttOwn On teaching MrsKirbys she insisted 1 should try Dr Mi Heart Cure 1 pro cured a few bottles ofit al o the Nervine andTonic After using one or two bottles could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being bcttcrn but my faithful wile sisted on keeping it up which I did Im provementsoon began in earnest and I took m all fifteen or sxteen bottles I was re ttored toprfect healthand while I arc 70 ya old I am comparatively a boy You 11ITe a benefactor and cheerfully recoin sufferinghumalztyJ All dtugFistuel1and guaHhtee first bottle Dr MUck Send for free bookI on N tvou and Heart Diseases Addrci Dr Lilies dicai Co Elkhut lad I 4- CASTORIA I l The Kind You Mayo Always Bought anti which has beeu IiI1n use for over 30 years has home ttio signature ff t d v arid has hjccn made undc his rson1supervisiou sincd Us infazeyj AlI wpo one io deceive 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