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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I 4 NEWSLEADERI r f 11cf I i 4 I T f f trZ C i J i j i 1 jt New SeriesVol IoN i4 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON WDJTJT EENTIieKY OCTOBER 27 1904 t S100YEAB 5 1 i t A 1 I 1 OUR DIRECTORY v fTSPWNGFJEIJ county seat of lashiiigton County 52 miles south tastlf Miington 59 mites from A joutsvi11e oil Bardstown branch oj k ouisville and Nashville railroad a farming and agricultural district Vpwo Banks telegraph and tel phone tines express office flour mills lurabei yards Pop Ration 1100 population of county 15000 Representativcil1COUgEeSS Hon Dj fltAith Hodgenvillef Ky Representative in Kentucky Leffis Jatare Hon W D Claybrooke is Represcntativc in State Senates Hoc Hatrv Lancaster Lebanon Kv Coimtv 9lrectoyr CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octo 2rl R L DurhamrCbnimonwealth Attorney p F M Campbell t Clerk Al O Ieachmant Master Commiss oar QUARTERLY1COURT Quarterly GouVt isiheld on the third iton day inrtc month f fNB I Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Cyirt meets on the fourth Monday in e ch mouth fBLLltseyJtidge AV F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George CaJlctt Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff rL RibhardIshat11 Hidney O borne RH ftlullicah DeputiS EdMasters James F Moore County Surveyor JI Royalty Assessor hflv P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgouiery Coroner J W Basb Sapt of Common Sqtioolfl PO Springfield If CITY COURT t JamesR Noe Police Judge 4 cj 1iaGiS2 Mxrahil F grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jutice Courts are held in January Afnl July and October T 1 1 hurch Directory r oTETBODISTUTJRC3H Rev J C BcEkirson Pastor Ser vice an the First and Third Suudavs in each month at 11 a m and 730 p m b slindaySclicol every SundayatlO am Prayer meeting every Wednesday night CATHOLIC CHURCH JtVP F llennessay Pastor Ser r Iyc every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a in Services at St Rose same hours- CURISTIAN t I CHURCH Rcvvr FcliXr Pastor Service second anil fourth Sunday in each month PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1 ReVT D Lalimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 ami and at 7 pm Sunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer meeting 4vory Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm HarriS Williams Pastor I Ercaching every Sunday at 11 ani I and 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday t 930 am Prayer meeting every Yv cneeday evening at 8 oclock f Fraternal1 Urdeas S4As Ntc LODGS Springfield lodge NJ 50 meets first 3pc1 third Mouday in ach month- Washington RJA Chapter No p meets every second Tuesday T Springfield Council 052 meets on even tburth Monday KKIGHTS of THEM ACAtrfiKS Meet eerv first Wednesday each mon sss sss AMERICAN 1 JI SILVER m kTRUSSi iinetI I I IwItbCoalozU Hernia jfCOOLj Never loves 13 eo V For sale by C J Baydcn- r1 jThat awful griudinjr s abbing pain thSbxccij from tbi kiJieys A dose of Pineules will cnelt over uighV Pincdles is a new dlecoverj C pfitlfp in a ntwway A ddigbtfu- enia r a llI specific for all Kidney zsl biaakJr troubles Sold by Hay VJtt 4 Pharniac I Braic ntO isHonse 11s 1e Quinn of Cavendish Vi to W arritcd of his CU3tomar f 4ifealili by invasion of chronic wstiuation When Dr Icing- ewLiteP1tIs s j bcoke into hIS IjOusahis tro il ule was arrested now He Is entirely cured Theyre guaranteed tto cure 25c at OJ Hay dons drugstore r I j mw t fWiWfli lll ROUND Of TAtK A 11LUOYscape Like bloom on fruit or like some dreamyeyes Whose mysterie e only half sur j mise moriTbe t golden store But still in wopdland depths nuts drop unheard f Save by somesflmrrelprlatk loiter ing bird Now know we 9Tstern winter spread his snows fy Why springs yciujngiife with deeper life was stirred t Add why bland is miner smiled the long days thri ffh Beam lovingly a noon1 0 autpmn sun And warm thesilVit air with ripest glow I l For Nature rests Her work is done RIDGE ATI fACDThoseIcitizens Ii l Beech Fork near Maud who have been trying for years to get a bridge buit at that point are now in a far way to have n their wishesgratafied It will bb remembered that i fter repeated t efforts on the partof certain citizens the Fiscal Court last year made an approp iation to cover Washington countys share of the cost of constructing the bridge At thit itime iit was understood that Nelson county i stood ready with her share of the expense ancl that the bridge would be built ap pnce lIt de veloped however thatkelson county had not made the reCLuir 6d appropriation and its court showtd no inclination to de SOt at thattimef1citizens of the neighbQrhood interested were much disappointed and much provoked at the slowness of the Nelson authorities in taking action and had about dispairedof the bridge when the Nelson Fiscal Court met last week aondj took the necessary steps towards cooperating with Washington county in the building of the Iibridgeamong certain tixpayers of this county the rrgument being made that it wo ild be a tax of the whole people for the benefit of a few and thr t it would turn trade to Bloomtiold which would otherwise come to Springfield affordjng an ezisy road We were glad to not j however that our Fiscal tour topic a broader view of the matt jr and maue the appropriation f r the improve ment The brid e will ertainly be a great convenience to the residents of the northwestern end of the county and their rights should be respectedt II IIIRJ will b e h 1d at the County Clerks office here on October 31 and November 1 and 2 and all persons who were unable for any cause to get to the registration places on regular registration day Can register on either of the ab jve named days This is the first time that the voters of Springfield have been required to renter and at the regular registration a large number turned out1 so that there will likely be only a few who will take advantage of this op portunityThoregistration of vbters in a small place like this where everybody is knOwn to the election officers seems like lin unnecessary piece of red tape but the simple registration is not so bad where one becomes accustomed toiiit This new law requiring certificates passed by the last Legislature however is a nuisance ofthi first water and we predict it ill cause no end f trouble before it is thoroughly tried out It W only serve as an additional help in corruption and vote buying w CTIVJU There has bcf active trading not to say a boom recently in Washington ounty fanus atdquitea umber have changed hands th fall What sp jaks well for the county is that prices for good farms have steadily advanced This advance in Washington county farms isi by no means an unreasonable otfce and in som M AAh CW II casesfarm property has not yet reached its real value The tijith i that farms in this county have been selling too low considering p the quality of the land and productiveness There are whe1thethe production of a variety of crops than Washington It stands at the head in Burley tobacco growing and this is becoming one of the leading crops with the farmer The recent advance and activity in farm property iis attributed by niany to the promising outlook for the Burley tobacco market and it is expected that next seas n the acreage of tobacco for the county will be greatly increased It looks like an unreasonable stateI of affairs but it is nevertheless true that farms an be bought at from 30 to 50 per acre and land on those saine farms can be made ito produce 100 worth of tobacco per acre in one season All of the land on these farms is availablefor tobacco culture of course but the remainder of the land i productive for other crops p IIampleII m Washington county farms was frustrated last week in the sale of the fine farm near Mackville of Mr JohiiB Peter Mr Peter sold the fine farm to Mr Gabe Keightly at the good price of 70 per acre but before allof the transfer parsShad passed the late owner regretted the transaction and began to think that he h1dsold much too cheaply The result was that Mr Peter offered the tfew pur chaser a bonus at 500 to cancel the trade and Mr Keightly while beeiving he had a good thing fthought ho could rot afford to ttrrilhe proposition down accepted the five hundred and now Mr Peter iis pnce more in possession of his home and says its hot for sale Ij Saves IP From Death Our little daughter had aui almo3t fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes MrsW K Haviland of Armonk N NubutwlHm all other reme dies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our noice who had consumption iii an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and to day she is perfectly welt Des perate tbi oat and lung diseases yield to Drkings sw Disco cry as to no otherr medicine on earth Infallible for coughs and colds 50c and 81l bottles guar anteell by C J HiayTJfeun rlrugglst- Pnal bottles free Li Commissioners Sale WF Royalty gU1r etc Phs EquityOlelBy vlrtueof a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 19U4lr the above causy l shall proceed t6 offer for sale at the Court House jdobr in Springfield Ky pn MONDAY NOV 28 19C4 ator aboiit t 2 oclock pm being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit 01l0ln6descrlb3d Atract of land situated in Washington county Ky and bounded as follpws to wit Be ginning at a stone on a ridge corner to Eli Gardner thence S 01 w 52 pcles to a snne thence S 19 w 23 G poles to a stone thenceN 83i w24 72 poles to the Cinter rJL the Mackville and Bethel churchturnpikethence with the center of same N 4 E 0372 poles N 30t E 18 poles and N 58 J E 424 poles to a stone cor ner to William Moore Jr thence with his line S 30 E 584 poles to the beginring containing 25 acrd 2 roods and 21 poles For tho purchase price the purr chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearitigi legal interest from data 1of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly 1with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C STcc sI find nothing better for liver dn rangemeut and constipation thae Ohaiubcrlains Stomach and Liver T blctsL PAndrctvs Des Moines for sale by Haydoiis drustorc FOIEYSHOSEMWR topo tho courft VT 4 feealslungs THCjOIdest Preacher f Rev William May probably the oldest BaptisT preacher iin Kentucky if not in the country died last Thursday at liis homEi neat Perrvville Mr May was tD3 years old and had been preaching for 75 years but dur log that time had never accepted a cent of mosey for his services Ho had4 it is said married 3000 couples had baptized 5000 per sons and had officiated at 5000 funerals Hevas a great horsE- back rider using his steed fo- travelIng over his district but had never been1bn a train and in order to make a living con ducted a farm with which he was Eminently successful Mr May leaves twelve Children fifty grand children fifteen great grandchildren and five great greatgrandchildren Thursday efulldayborn on Thursday was married three times on Thursday was converted on Thursday and diet on rhursday t Harrodsburg Brad ALoc Leltei Would not interest you if your looking for a guaranteed salve for tore burns or piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes suffered with an ugly sore for a year hut a boxot Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Its tne best salve on earth 25c hat C J Haydenr drugstore v Jas Taylor of K nallylHe Ind was seriously diseased with kidney and bladder rouble for 20 years H tested every knowrfVeniedy without MuchJbeheflt until he used Pinenle- sT4ue discovery cared him and M ad viscs all perions suffer in frobdncy or bladder trouble toe f bottle of Breules at puce Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Badly BurnedIMrs Martin Mattingly of SL via ry met with distressing ac cident Wednesday v ningv While looking alter a kettle of clothes boiling in the bacir yard near her home her clothing caught fire and before she sue ceeded in extinguishing them she was venr badly burned As soon as she saw ter blazing dress she undertook with her hands tbput it out falling in this she ran into the bedroom and rolled herself in the bed clothing Tne fire caused her excruciating pain and thinking she had smothered the blaze she got oat of bed which by this time was also afire Whileat tempting to ppt out the burning bed ha own clothing began to blaze again Withrare presence of mind she gathered hold of two quilts and wrapped them tightly about her person and then roiled nerself on the Hoof uptil the fire was entirely smotheredHer body and hands were badly burned and her recovery is doubtful At the time the acci lent occurred no one except her little children who were tOot small to render her any assist anqe were were with her thus forcing her in her burned condition to go o caliber husband who was cleaning out a pond three oFTour hundred yards from houseEnterpriseWANTlDIfldUS1tiOU man or woman as permqnetirepresentaiI- VC of big manufacturing company to look after its businessin this county and adjoining tterri tory Business successful 4an 3 established Salary 20 weekly and expenses Salarv paid weekly from Lome office4 Ex JlncelExperiencei I close self General Manager Qra6 Block Chicago it CollfIofls ota PrIest Bv Jno S Cox dl Wake Ark writesIFor 12 years suffered from Yellow JaundiGeiI con sulted a number of physicians and Vied all sorts of vn dicrjaes but Ilbegantthe use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now curedof a dis ease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you waiit a reliable medcinefor Liver add Kidney trouble stomach disor der or general debility gOt Elec tric Bitters Its guaranteed by- C J liayddn Only tOo l LittleEarly Risersi tic fQmOUS Uttit s jWilhsburiI Mr T J Trent and familly of Beechland spent Sunday with A B Wells and family Mrs J J Sharp is spencjlin the week with relatives at Mar rodsburg Protracted meetingwill begin at this place oil Mol tlay njighi after the first Sunday in Noviem ber IMiss Addie Foster has beei visiting her brother Ed Foster ttt iTatham Springs IWe are sorry to report Dr Biatchett improves slowlythat Tl esix months old babe of Mr and Mrs Fred Hughes rTvaj buried at this place on last Wed neaday i Messrs Alvie Foster and J T Sutherland are attending the Fair at St Louis IMrs Mark Sutherland and daughter of Rose Hill are visit ing relatives here Quite a number from here attended Mri HuppVsale Saturday arid everything sold well Mr Hupp contemplates moving to Kansas Dr J Cr Gibbs of Glenboro Anderson county is visiting W S Gibbs Messrs Ormsby Shewmak and Mit Leachman of Hillsboro and Os cat Shirley of Tatham Springs were in our town Sunday ForlSale Privalely rHaving decided to retire from business 1 offer for salu my two story business house 24x5Q ft with 10 ft shied warerocm full length also my stock of goods- consistingof Furniture Notions Groceries Stqves and stove uten sils ioYoiQeLObO tolj200 akc ray two story dwelling i rooms large hail ab ve and belowI meat house wash house hen house new barn godd cistern and extra good mill house Lot H acres Can be bought reasonable Tn6s J GRAVES 2mc J Kylf 4Chestnut t Hunt AH we heat is something about the Worlds Fair but if we sum iit up and put it into plain facts the plejasureiderivedl from a chestnut hjunt is far superior to the meritS of a trip to the Fair Wnaj kcould be more pleasing to boys and girls than on a frosty morning to get a pas ket and trudge off through the valleys and hills in search of tile glossy chestnuts failing to the ground ripened by the sting of the early frosts On last Monday ar- about 71 oclock am1 a party composed of seventeen jpersons myself In cluded startqdfor Cb striutilat- bout 12 miles southeast of Grayel Switeb in Marion county arriving abont 9 am We car ried a lunchwith us and f course were well equipped for the business The nrst thing was to get sticke and rocks whl h were qasy found to hull the nuts Thenext was tose lect persons to climb the trees which yoij all know is no easy task to climb trees at the height of 75 to 100 feet Picture to yourself being in the top of a c si fiep1oo feet high and on the too of a large mountain overlooking the vast territory of and covemlljentirely by valuable timber This is very pleasant if you are not nervous This task was soon overcome by two or tfiree boys in the crowjl who 4yersJ Take cold easily Throat tender Lungsweak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a gr- eatCherry Pectoraldeal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Sherry Pectoral It heals strengths prevents For years I tW deeded wAyert Cherry 1ectoral for coughs and colds I know Jtgreatlr itrenffthens weak ltmgi Mrs A wauiibrl Saline Mich l L II for t Anaco Lowell Mug Weak Lungs I Ayws Pills Incrs the activity of tho liver ap4 ts fm recovery 1 wished to display their skills climbers oh tIis occasion there being several girls along Soon the 1 echo of the hatchet was heard reverberating throughbnj the hills and valleys But still tais was notas plfeasmg as the crash of falling limbs and cbest nuts Some ofthe number w + re heard grumbl ing about the un pleasant s ingothe persisten burrs which were filling tbei ttask allotted them by nature iill protecting the valuable kernels which they incased but their fingers were soon hardened Ito this and we soon had a bushel oJ chestnuts v 9 The last and mbst exciting feature of the occasion was the finding by a boy who is son e what of a snake ch rmerola large rattle snake which measur efl 4 feet in length and was pos sessed of 10 rattles and a button fa pox had been available we would have captured he snake ard kept it alive but n6t having this we were obliged to take the life ofthis deadly poison reptile who has for a number of years inhabited these mountain regions After these few encounters with the incidents of mountain life we dispersed and all started for home arriving about 8 pirn almost exhausted after a 30 mile drive Over a rough road UNO Publicc Sale itThe partnership in farming existing between Hall Brothers and Vf C McChord having been dissolved by reason of W Q McChord having sold his farm one 4ile east of Springfield In ordeiJto settle the partnership the undersigned will at the resi dent ion said premises on THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 Beginning pr mptiyat 10 oclock am sell at public auction all the property owned by sAid jirm consisting of 20 nice yearling mules 2 large work mules next spring 2 la sYearSlOld s 2 mule colts 4 1 combined pbeaton and saddle pony 0 fine milk cowswitb young calves 1 yearling steer 350 barrels of corn 300 shocks of fodder 20 slacks timoth 7 hay 4 stacks of oats 36 hogs one 3 horse power gasoline engine and Dick cutler and attachments 1 licw steel roller 1 new Disc driU 1 new corn cutter 1 Deer ing binder 2 Deering mOwers 1 2 horse wagon and harness a number otplowscultivators and other farming implements of all kinds TERMS OF SALE For all sums of 10 and under cash For all sums in excess of that amountt niOrith1topayable itt Peoples Deposit BanK Springfield Ky Dkner will be provided for alt JOHN HALL HUGH HALt i W C MCCHORD eiskfarms Sflld Mr James R Hughes has sold his place known as the Coken dolpher farm near Chaplii to Messrs Cooper Coomes acd Dal las Hu ton for 7000 The place contains1 about 200 acres Air F M Tucker of Bloom field recently purchased of MrI Joseph Hardesty the Sedley Downs farm containing 390 acres near Wakefield for 16OOQ Pos session will be given the 1st of nuaryMr Tucker who has been ill with typhoid fever for sometime is noV convalescent Mr Claude Down has bought the Enoch Cain farm from Mathew Cain for SQ per acre The place contains 125 acres and- S situated near Wakefield Mr Mathew Cain has purchased the Colie Cain farm containing 90 acres and will remove to sameI Standards LITSE Y A special from Wash ington says The president has authorized First Lieut Davidjl Litsey Keiituclcy State Guards to attend and pursue a regular course at tlio Garretson school Fort Thomas Lieut Litsey will leave for his new post asJ soon as he receives official notice He was first assigned to Ft Leav enworth Kansas and this is a transfer which is a much better ass gnment t f fi Zt0 Home Made Ii Ha4cake muffins and ttea fcis homemade will be fredie iffcleanerRoyal Baking Powder helps the house J fwife to produce at home quickly and rtrnomically fieand tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer take crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the takeshop or grocery doe not compare r 11 Royal fs the greatest of 6akeday helps POWDER NEW i tih rth WhraafSH HfiWfi VwtIW Of LOG4L J tIRlstrn nnaftnrftnnnnftftfn A GROWING ENTERPRISE Thepeople of Springfield and of the county are to be congratu lated on the character of thc service flOW given them by the Washington County Telephone Company It has grown to IwithI the town The telephone h sI made itself indespensible in t1 various business houses and serves So many needs that we can witi difficulty imagine our selves living without it The company has replaced the for then poles in use in the town with larger and taller ones and built some new routes and direct communication is now made with all lines within and without the county Jt arso expects to put in new and improved boxes While doubtless there be a critical few vho cannot appre ciate that the service is public and open to any patron who wishes it and who consequently kick when all otheV calls ite not dropped to serve them stillI we are sure our exchange compares favorably with any to be found Exchange girls are but human and have the right to re ceive courtesy as well as their duty to give it The entire force from ail we can hear is uniformly courteous and atten tive Its Manager HP Mc Chord understands his business thoroughly und has deserved the commendation and success that the company now enjoys A MYSTERY While blasting for water ini the dry bed of a small branch on his farm Mr Palmer Goatley the wellknown farmer of the Valley Hill neigh borhood uneartHed a strange phenomenon which has not yet been successfully explained by any of his neighbors who have witnessed it The continued dry spell har caused the farmers to resort to various projects for obtaining water for their stock Passing through Mr Goatleys place is a small creek or bVanch There ii4 nothing to mark a water course pow however but the dry rocky bed of the little oreek Mr Goajtley conceived the iidea recently of drilling through the rocky bottom and putting in a small blast The result was a good sized hole with a stream of water The stieam proved a good one and furnished a good supply pf water The strange part of the new found supply of water is that shortly tlftfr the hole was made there appeared in ic a number of minnows such as are found in the small creeks about tile county These littte fish evidently came np through the underground waterway from some distant stream or perhaps had been confined for weeks in some pool under the ground The spot is a half mile from thy other wter and just how tlM fish make their way is a mystery unexplained I ORPHANS HOME NOW ttaj the Presbyteriac Synod has for jmally cept dthe giffcspf late Mrs Sallle Ornndy pf tbt old Grundy honae ted iathif 1ounty4oborne steps wilj at oncebQ tao ji to carry out Mrs GruHdva c 1 Iwishes as expressed in her will The Synod last week appointed a committee or board of trustees of which Messrs John W Lewis and W A Waters of this place formalIsome necesrary changes andre pairs made in the place to better fit it for the new purpose for which it is to be useO It wast Mrs Grundys exprtssed desire that the old home with all its furniture be kept intact as much as possible and that the farm op erations be contiriued Besides ihi reall estate Mrs Grundjr leaves about filOjOOO in money with which to carry out the Orr 4 phans home l eart In addition to that it is the purpose of the trustees to continue tine farming operations tnderthe manage ment of sOne cpmpetent man thus providing a steady income for the support of tae home CABBAGE PUG MriWilson the wellknown veteran Federal soldier pf the county t brought tothis office last week wnat he dec ares to be two spccii mers of the deadlycabbage Worm about which so much has appear i ed lp the papers Miftcently The l worms are about an anc in llength and bf a dark brpwii i color They have a number of small legs extending from their heads aboiit half way the llength j of the bodj The Wadl iii fenmll l and of a yell wish color The worms can travel abut quite lively oh their numerous legs Mi Wilson says tbat they are ak entirely new species of worm totally Unlike the regular cabbage worm which is of a pals green color He found thes tworms deep in ahead offcabbag after he had stripped some of the leaves off Mr Wilson says that lie is sure that hey has dip I i covered the genuine poisonous 1adviseexamine each thorougWy dead ly ins cCbsf ore cookingtht 1 dSd riage fjti t Misi i Florence Gray to Prof VTorlcy Vauht principal of Vwif hi training school a5Ter a le Tbc marriage will take place ttt cW odlawnV the horns of liCr tdMrs GrLy threenliIemJrbS Springfieidon tHe afttrnfto cf November 24 at halt pMrjwo Oclock Rev Yilliam E Mit cheil of Pembroke Ky a half brother bf the brid t wjU jscr form the ce5OY ias GrayS j is quite an attxactivr young latfy and sificecomingtto SpdnjdHlci from Earrodsbvrt his bee ic popular favorite with Uho yo rg society people jProl VaBghi f IJr u natie 4 IIsrrsburg na t f said that thfplnt coi1e hii- ihii sweeth rte IcY seven 7CM5 Afer the cerewCY Ike- coiple wihllesve on a rrtLtUi54rdoaiheir ra4ir Jmake their hlOe in Verla AX j lltIicr I a r i c FfT EArn R TW J- 1 I T TNEWSLEADER PWMrny TKUMDAT J l A YEAR IN ADVANCEg PIG IELD KY f E Lu DAVISON Jr 0 p A1p gjtUZR Jfr AM1 bi4rs uoe 11 cIs rt tYUHft1loHs OHita matilii 4 political matter sprIIL f werxl g at llow ratH Imt cash be paM M delivery of goods A7rtM C eemtnieU Mad liberal rM 4aj44rI t al ruolutloss of respect 3 atipirfla e 50 CMtT IigIstrats OIIeerS5OSDM4tO s l = = TBUMDAY OCTOBER 27 1904 V For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce a I H THURMAN kvr cawli4ate for the office of Circuit Judge t f tIe the Eleventh Judicial Istrtet Fnri ef Washington Markm Taylor a a Green counties asbjct te flit action of the Demo- S cratic Arty 4 A sensation was created in foreign circles by the destroying of some English ships in the Baltic Sea by Russian war ships 77The affair is said to have been I due to a blunder England has demanded an explanation and damage and the Emperor of Russia has sent to King Edward a cablegram expressing the deepest regret and a virtual 4 pr ilethat Great Britains note will meet with a reply con ceding every demand for apology b for the act of the Russian fleet The Russian Ambassador has expressed his sorrow and sym pithy attd these developments have alkycil to a considerable ext nt the resentment that iis felt tbjtie British public No fighting fan consequence by the Russian and Japanese ar IdEs in Ute vicinity of Shakhe i reported Emperor Nicholas has deigiiatsdi Gen Kuropatkin to cone Bind all the Russian land forces ki the Far East Alexieff has bcfw continued In the office of Viceroy 0Lakr reports con firm the accounts of great slaughter in the battles of the past few weeks J Judge Reed Nichols Demo crub noeuaee fcr County Judge of Boyle county has tiled suit V Asking that the County Clerk be e a ji iiied from placing lthe name S of Taylor Terhtine his Republi can opponent on the ballot alleging that Le has failed top esent jroptr credentials TakfiUp As astray on my place a sow W Jich has sirce given birth to pigs Owner can have same by proving property and paying for its keep and for this advertise mdnt W P MONTGOMERY PInILeve aacts like a poultice Sold by UosaPharmicy IETTER LIST Remaiuing uadlaimed in the Springfield postofflce for week Oct 26 1O1 V J A Benham Charley Evans H E Farnum Willie Hamilton Persons caning lor tnese letter will pleas say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P tfII Children I I Fertilizer Thats a good name foi Scotts Emulsion Children are like young plants Some I will grow in ordinary soiL Others need fertilizers The nature of some children prevents them from thriving f chilIdrengrowrightii All they need is a little fer tUizcr1litt1e extra richness Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment jdFcrtiliicrs make things grow 11bM I just what Scotts Emul 4Sfl does It makes children growfe ftotK grow in strength t grov rich Wood growin mind p1II mike WEtitdi icgr fcc free sample rrIIkIXYttOi iiW iitiH ifi WNW Mfii HH News From The County 11 IIfI Carfwriihts Creek The lweather sti continues dry and dusty although the lit tIe rain that fell Saturday did some good to the wheat crop The social given by the Messrs Vise ini honor of their charming visitor Miss Fend rick of Render son county was quite a success A large crowd was present and all repcjrt a pleasant evening RiSmith sold to Basil Cam IJ a norse at 85 Madam Ktmor reports we are fohavea wedding soonin this vicinity Perhaps we willbe able to give the names of the contracting parties in the next issue Misses Lillie Orkies and Jessie Carrico and Messrs Garland Hamilton and Fletcher Carried spont Sunday in t eSt Mary neighborhood IMiss entertai1edlafeeyeniny Several school teachers of this place attended the Teaches As sociati Fridaytand Saturday Valley Hill l x The campaign is on but we hear very little in regard to the election except one man who says pArker is a sure winter MissjBertha Edgerton one of HHIsbdrps most popular daughters spent a few days of last week iio bur neighborhood W E Moran and wire visi ed relatives in Casey and Boyle counties last week iaraes Moran and Frank Janes made t flying trip to Gravel Switch lost Saturday Mr Frank Tucker and wife of Louisville visited relatives in this and adjoining vicinities last week Mrs Calmer Goaiey and sis ter Mrsl Viator Boyle left Mon day for Kansas They will visit ihe Wpjlds Fair and yari us ether places Mrs Boyle wno has been visiting in this section for theipast two wcek will re turn toi her home in Arkansas and Mr Gcatley will visit her sou Arthur jn Knnsas before returnis home Mr A B Walker is building an addition to his house which will rends it more beautiful and showy than before Mr Vest has sold his farm to Mr Harry Grigsby of Litser Price unknown We are sorry to lose such a valuable citizen as Mr Ves still we wet orne Mr Grigsby to sjur neighborhood Dame Rumor says Mr G rigs by is going to marry ron but we cannot truthfully say this MrTesb has purchased 50 acres of land from Mr John Riley ati62 per acre MrvBlley purchased of Mrs Polin JSaris bury her farm price not given Mr Hilton of near Fredericks town is niaking molasses in this neighborhood this week Since this letter was begun it is reported that Mr J L Moran has purchased a fa m from Mr Bose Hitsey containing 20l acres at 50 per acre Mr Lit sey recently purchased the farm from Mr Sterling Thompson at 45 per acre He made a neat profit in ia shut time Our village was well represent at co inty court Monday All led they heard elegant speeches by prominent speakers IIUNo M CORES VJLLE Scralofourpeople trolr in county ccurt at Springfield last Monday E Protracted meeting is still going on at Mt Zion Bro MaxwelJ is assisted by Bro LaVance of Illicols As i3r6 Maxwell was going to church jast Wednesday night his horse ran away with hini It ran in jo Mr Chas Shehans buggy Demolishing It entirely he also Iran into the buggy of itlupitlI nALus MM The infant child ot Mr and Mrs John Williams dicd lust Saturday night and was interred the following day at Pleaearit Grove cemetery Sorghum making will wind up this week then corn gathering will commence Vfr TJ Setlleis having his house remodeled Mr George Gibbs Is the contractor There was a car load of coal shipped to Booker last week and two car loads of stock shipped from Booker We attended the sale of Mrs Try and Son last Thursday It was well attended and every tbing brought good Pices They had plenty of dinner Mrs Will Moore is very sick atf this writigI Mr W 0 Ellis will make a delivery of fruit trees at Spring field November oth and at Book sit November 7th Everybody be ready and come and get their trees i VGeormare to Ztb Lin ton for 125 Pleasant Qrove Our correspondent seems tobe somewhat or a rambler and w- ecnnotireep him at home long enouglV to know what is going on but cur good citizens cannot afford to have their well known names and tne swell social functions of out community kept out of the paper on account of his waywardness So turn omtlu gas ladi s some one ese will rite it up- Messrs Fred VanArsdale aud- Peter Shehan called oil young lady friends in Lebanon Sunday evening Mr James Thompson who has been in the Lebanon Hospital for the most Qf the last year is at home again Dr R H Williams Poortowns best known physician has removed his office from the resi dence of Mr Sam VanArsdale on the north bank of Jordan to Mr J I Martins on the hill just outside of the city limits Mr JF Gregory and daugh ters Lizzie Mae and Ellen nave gone to Bode county to attend the funeraLof Mrs Mary West Mr Wood Isham and family are visiting friends in Mackville thisweek Mr Carl Walls has returned from a trip in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky The pupils of Miss Bessie Roberts dstrict school are haying some trouble about getting fuel The trustees sbpuld see after thisfor we cannot see the little oces and their pretty teacher freeze in this time of plenty of wcqd arid coal The infant child of Mr and Mrs J L Williamsof Polin was laid to rest in the cemetery here Sunday eyening Mr Green Fays and Miss Lydia Williams of Maple Hill spent Sunday with Misses Graham ant Davis Van Arsdale Taxpayers Notice The state and counly taxes for the year 1904 arc now due and all persons owing same wJl please call oa me or my deputies and settle without further delay which will add costs BYRON CROAKE tf Sheriff WC ii I ItIiManurpj often sold nt nuctiou is our c3UuiyyVjud brings 2 or moro per load dcpcUling on the shape it lis in says Iluhillew yprkcr A farmer who wonld ghe It away or sell It for 25 eilti1iimd 4a get rid of it would not farm very long Yet many farm fSj thravir away the best part of the manure by letting the rain leach through ltWc have known farmers ti do thtcal then buy fertilizers to make their crap- SPreparing For SlBBBkter- In the preparation of animals for slaughter it is Important that they should be kept oil feed for at least twentyfpur hours Otherwise the system if gorged and It is impossible thoroughly to drain the blood from the animal rc3ultlng In a reddish colored unattractive carcass Food In the stomach affects the carcass where the dressing is blow ivu tel should be giv ca freely up to the time of slaughter VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewe Mtkci the hair trow tone and hcavy and keeps it soft and tktil YIIII Stops fillint hair and cures dandruff And itt always color to fay hair Sold for fifty years KoHIMoH oM PUBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK IGRIN fifo Having renei out all of my land I will sell on the premses Springfieldlone qIturnpike on- THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10 At 10 oclock am the following stCck grain etc Twcyear olcj filly two 2year old geldings 1 brood mare 5 head 3year olcj mule Iwo 2 year old mules 13 head 2yeaT steers 12 had of yearling steers 10 head of heifers 20 head of pure bredj Poland China hogs egisjerecj and eligible to registration from the best stock oj this cduntrj 60 bead good stock hogs all ages and weights 400 bushels of oats 500 bushels of corn 1000 bundle a of oats 200 bales of hay SCO bales of Orchard Grass straw 300 bales oats straw 2 wagons 2 pheatons hay baler binder mower 2 bay rakes two c isc h rrowe oneiCalamozoo harrow 1 A barrow plows of all kinds whet fan and orchard grass fan wheat drill tobacco setter numerous other implements TERMS Sumsurider 10 cash Over that Amount a credit of 12 months given with a negvitiable note with persona security bearing 6 per cent interest LUTHER A BURNS Dinner ontbe grounds GOOt far ClitWrn fThe to take and harmless O le Minute jCoagh Cure gives instn relief in all cksesof Cough Croup and LaGrippe Jjfecause it does not pass Im- mdiatelyknto the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws qit the inflamation heals and soothes and cureit permanently by en abling the 1m gs to contribute pi re lifegiving and life ulltarning ozygen tithe blood and tissues Sold by all druggists t Bilter Thai Pills The question has been askedIn what way areChamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to the ordi nary catWarfcic and liver pills4 Our answer is Tjhcy are easier and more pleasant to tane and their effect isso gphtle and fto agreeable that one bard ly realizes that it ffe produced by a medicine Then thcy not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and aid thedigestion For sale at 2S cents per bottle by Haydons drugstore If troubled with a weak digestion try Chambdi Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will do you good For sale by Hayctona drugstore Jct Starr t a Lea4 Pcmcll When I came out of the factory I felt very proud as I was of a bright red I first went to a man who put me into a window with many other pencils After a fortnight I was sold li n little girl for 5 cents She put mo into a pencil box and the next day sho took a long knIfe and began sharpens lug me I did not like this It hurt me very much She lost me one day yind a boy found me He used me very roughly He would break my point every Hmoihc wrote with me And then be would sharpen me At Inst I became so small that I could not rubjjlshlay cathern alead pencil Game ot Colors The following Is a very simple game ut will hclivthetime to pass pleasant jy v I see a color you dont see says one What color may it be asks tbd It other may be pink or some color In the room says the first inquirer Then begins the questioning Is It the pa per The ribbon on your hair The rink In the dolls dress And so on un til happily time gueaSer mentions the exact article of pink that has been chosen The successful l guesser then takes her turn at saying I see a color ihat you dont see r SJi epi the ArcharA j exeelltntWy certain conditions are esseatlal aM iMiat be maintained First the or chard must be fed second the grass and weeds must be kept down at least lo as not to rob UMt trees of needed moisture third the sprouts and suck en that tire always starting at the roots must be kept dowu fourth the loss by Insect depredations must be kept as loW ns possible fifth diseases must be fought uudJkcpt In check In no other way can ucsc conditions be so easily effectually cheaply and prof itably met as by shepplng the orchard 7Rural New yorkcr CairyIag lies Chalera Aa to the danger of carrying hog cholera frOm place to place 8 H Ward of the Minnesota live stock board says in hId circular on this subjects Germs may be carried In feed Implements on the feet and clothing of pcrsoos who come f otn Infected premises Dogs and birds srI often the prime carriers tof the germs Infected streams often carry the disease As the germ of hog cholera will sometimes live four i oatbs alenD Wger UBi der favorable co dltlos it Is always Wise to put newly gwrcbased swiss by themselves for some time IU order that the dasges ot iafectioa by this means atbe eilminated l tSa J Democratic Candidates The olldwmg gentleman VoeI31 declared tjbe noniinecs of their party for the respective county cifflc A at the Democratic primary Ij held In Washington county Au just th1904 They are to bo voted for jji the regular elf ction Novemberi905ForCounty BTJ Litsey Forco Attorney T S Mayes Cuunty lIerkW F Booke- rRepsnttiveW D Claybrooke For Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of Schools J W Bush For JailerGeo D Catlett ForMsesbrTP QBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner Jlf Montgomery Farms for Sale We have ir our charge for sale the following described tracts of laud and will take great pleasure iin showing any of them to rospectivebuyeis MCELROY WHARTON 1 200 acre farm It miles frL m Spnngtield good small house good barn place well fenced and watered mostly in grass Price 40 per acre 26 acre place 5 miles from Springfield right on the pike good house ana barn all good nd fir tclaes tobaoco lam Price 1300 51 acre place It miles from Springfield Land all lays well and in high state of cultivation Fmall three room house and goad barn Price 800 fromSpringgrass dwelling stock and to bacco barn well fenced 35 per acre 250 are farm 3 miles from Springfieid nice Dwelling first class barns and Outbuildings 01 every kind 1 140 acre farta 5 miles from Springfield 50 acres bottom lapd small dwelling and large barn price 85 per acre 140 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield good houe and barn well fenced and watered price 45 per acrd 163 acres of land 7 miles from Springfield small house and good tobacco barn 65 acres of bottom land rest mostly new land flue obaccd farm arid plenty of timber Price 25 per acre 100 acre farm 8 mles from Springfield good 4 room house and newtobacco barn plenty of water and good tobacco and grassfarm Price25 per acre In addition to the above we have for sale good residences in Springfield VA Pronthicut Traillulihil The many friends of GH Hausan Engineer L E W R R at present living In Lima Of will be pleased to knotof his recovery from threatened kidney Oiseape He sayIII was cared by using Foleys Kidney Cure which 1 recommend to all especially to train men who are usually eimllarly affiict fd Rings Dyspept Tdbletacure indi gestion dyspepsii and strengthens the stomach Sold by Haydbna Phar macy Eeee Honey and Tariis drffeion frffyn all other remedies offered for the 1 cfof cough lung and bronChia t b1eJl It contains Antiseptic pro iiitiesthat destroy the germs and- flyentl prouertiep thatcuttb phlegm Jt1ovesttnej night Sold by Haydons pharmacy HINTS FOR FARMERS SarlBg Seed CoraIWhen the torn bogluj to rUcn t1 ary farmer shoulU go through his 1etdi bcfwe the corn Is harvested to 8eeTlj and mark time ears that are p fumLiJii the iced for next years pluuiiiio say American Cultivator Our method oft sclcvtlon is to find thq cars that ripcu the earliest end vbeu posslfaU the best ear on stalks that have two or more good ears on them They should bei well fllled outat the end and the rows lurIgessirable but we like to have the cob cr01nlbuttt mark jtbeui by tying with a bit string that they may be recognized 9CI saved at husking time It Is heLter u t tp pick them off until thoroyghly rip elicit L Hr ConceraluK Sheep Dip The depurtuieuS of agriculture urns sheep growers especially the small sheep raisers who may be soiioivhajttI unfamiliar with the subject against unknown dips for scab or mange dipja which are advertised to work extrava gant results and roaiunendm that if proprietary or patent dips are to be used only those be selected which stalls plainly the formula used In their man ufacture The department boweve ricouiuicnds homemade dips and will send sheep growers Iustructlbu3 auil formulas with whlcb excellent ipaulti can be obtained based 00 large eicporj nrpthe1j CASTOR IIA1 Jr Imfimti aiul Cailirwu lThe K YlIft AIui IMJ l Hrs t Signature of icGle Agents for Old Hickory and StudebaKer H Wagons s VV-0 t I i IN 1 g J d It tr I 1 i1 We handle Carts of all io I iJ 4 Jr the t thr i Call and line of Harness 1 3 Work Gear Robes and Horse i 1 EED WHEAT cash Paid for 00 HIDES and FURSSt a TAR An over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPAREDlY Piieili Hiilclii Ci Cfclcaji USA S 1 at H aydonls I HUMOR OF THE HOUR Beyond the Reach of Help Try to cheer up Mrs Wlddc ly anId the lady who had gone luto sym pathize with the stricken woman I kiwis Itlshrd and I ki0vr that we who have never suffered such an af lltctlon HS this which the Lord has scon tit to qsk you tj tear cannot real- Ize when we tell iou not to let yQurseif be crushed how ttorrilile It Is to cone home from time grave ai yon Imve had to conic today But you mustnt give up Come over pud snywhh me toI jiteht Iou inmst try to think ofother timings Itememher that fryou are still young and that yOu must learn to smile again You dont know what I have tobear lf know dear that lcant realize tim xlcnjh of your sorrow Still wont you let me do what I cliu to make It easier for you r its no useftsna use Oh If could only quit thinking of It But I canL There fe the receipt 1 told him to wait a few days The premium wasnt tine for nearly two weeks antI If hed only have listened to me and held off three days longer Id be noarlj 800 ahead I suppose I oughtnt ti blame him now that hes gone but he always was so headstrong hlcago itecOrdIleraldV A Sad Cntl e Tlik said the asylum attendant as fee paiisetl In front of apaddcd cell cdn lainhig a lone woman is n hopeless ease What reason have you for thlnkijis so Because answered the attendant sUe actually prefers comfort to style Dclrolt Tree Tress Tbn Silenced Him t you IYesIeuovntltpr Old Tray and shnLiLy tlyi uijy lier n by Lclng jUuter witli copnl var nitxeJ wl111lirouip povJcr Bc fbr0 beginning time pahitlug the traya ijljstibc wcll cucl with soap and TiatCfttjina tliorbughly Cried The Vrtrr nlslV feiii be driel by plieug tIme trays in thQ ovenbut cre must be talcea that rflsliottoo hot Two or more coats bf vaiTili jiplled thinly may be necessary to prpciuce a good effect Homemade Fleer War Buy lumps of tecs var cut It In thin pltccsput in a deep Jar and cover with tuRpLbtille put It In A Warm place to- o3k The wax nndtlP le when mixed should be about shs thick a8r lard In winter It gets tajtii but allt tIc more turpentine added Ia nil that U Tptiulres nnd If the floors lire rubbfil with a warded cloth every few weeks they qre lept In good condition Headquarters for al- tFARM SUPPLIES t K v Phone tio 20 S not w 1 tWe sell Goal L from a Bushel ta- atCarload McCLURf WftSy DEALERS 11 Baggies Implejnents y Buggies Surreys grades purchaser Agents tot Syracuse HillsidePlow examine ouV extensive Collars Buggy Blunkets BEESLaxative HONANu improvement Strengthens Pharmacy tltQbe1r IIca1us IOh1 SPifflGFIDH in- AnyQuaritity Grain lid Seeds 81itJ Tornado Disc H rrOr filwp Chilled Plois j A BUSINESS isabsblutely e II11Syto the young n or young woman who would svin success in life This being conceded iiti of fir t importance to get your training at the school that stand in tt very front rank Thh BRYANT fi STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEG N E Cora Second and Walnift StS Loiiisvlllc Ky I B OK KEE = N C3 HORTHAIS1D TYFEWFRITINQ EDUOAtlO one ISevenI rlI ripetlh t fEJ WRlGHTPBESIoeNT iiI EEEE6El ErDD IIH The Big Money Maker for Hog Raiseps Is Dr los Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 m eianbedependedDR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOgS THAT DIE i r t J WI en this Remedr is fCdasa pre VLMitlve Kqll particulars regard ihff this Insurance Proposition In Dr Haas book Hogology a inost valuable book for very bograiser and a FREE copy of which inay be had at our store for the asking I j IrA1t I m i 25 Ib bag 35O 25e pe packadc rm Dr Jos Haas51 live Stock Remedy For Morses Cattle Sheep Etc m As its name implies Ibis a REMEDY not lfood and it is un equalled for correcting the colninOH disorders ia horses cattle and Asp1enditWqdiseaseVW BlO GO AND 25CPER PACKAGE it It 1FORSALEMY McLLJREWELLSC- r4r V FOR CIRCULARS spNPiELD IY f aSfi E EE EI JriN tSHDCK MCELROY GC wnAir r McElroy fr Wharton a Insurance ReaLE state Agts Lire LIfe and Tonjadp lInsunrncG Iiffdo1dol EoniinissicnJ nt Office over Peoples Bank tFhone SAM SULLIVAN President WOPEAKSecTrcas LDDN BAirm ManaM r Ill 1 1 MEJOBfflO I WAR EO 118 SInoej- STR1OTLYINDEPENDENT f K3TixjrnEOOMDiN i J DAILY SALES PROMPT RETURN 4 MONTHS STORAGE pREE t029931933935 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUtkV t- jf i Wii j j jtt 3 And There is No nevbeer Than 4t TIIE PAG1WOYERE FFXCF- A Fence for vcry purpose t iwiJl turn anything andcants run over any IIkjnd of ground All Sizesj ani Arsortmenit I Buiis5IcOlnre Jells IISOLE AGENTS Spril1gfieldE1- fH r 1 tt DRJMBURTONJ atfI RIDENTDENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED VITHdUT PAIN vncHaS3lCkIliP Italr j 8PRIF1EEaDK- YS DentaL Work trictly- 1iiI I i Firttclais1 IDRJ HjLAMPTON r I t OFFICE JQfer House J Ln o FJaRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW i yc over Peoples Bnl pjWFIZLD XY i f0rSj M1 Green- i DENTIST iiAl1 kinds of dentalwork Teeth i exlr cted without pain Officesi foraerly occupied by Dr Hord h5SpRNGIIELp KY S JBRgBAR6s MW FYATI fe RIBARDS HYATT v r Pijsicitis aid Simons Office next to Ulrks Office i z4JAMES GRAVES PEACriCAI- v l Iitciiiker snlI Jeweler t eT Carries a line of Watches Clocks J and Jewelry Repairing a Spe t 1IcMty located atT W Simms tt Jr old law office QPposite c COUrt Houne Sprngfielc1Kyi i v- 1RJ ill F TRUSTY PRACTICAL iDENTI5TOffite over Haydbn Barber 1 Dental work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFfELD KY I vjOUN Y MAYES tlUHERAl DIRECTOR t I AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 jt SPRINGFIELD KY Uave You aulii t tl TO DO 44 lfio ctllTU j L ALLEN Mt Depottthe t fREIGHT AND TRNS i r Hauled Furniture Moved rd anythiri j in the hauling i ine done carefully and at y easenable rates f PHONE 22 Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule- tnowin effect on the Eardtown Afa Springfield branch railroad- No 4t Leaves Louisville at S4iO pm Bardstown Junction 502pra Bardstown 552 pim arrives at Springfield 045 pm uNo 42 Leaves Springfield 630 vm Bardstown 617 a m Hara lORn Junction 705 am drrivesat Louisville 755 am c No 43Leaves Louisville at 4s 730 am Bardstowir Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1210 pm No44Leaces Spring Celd a 5t3ardstown 230 pm- Bardtown Junotion 4B5 pm t Arrives at Louisville 515 pm V NoQO Sundays onlyLeaves Sgrin tield at 715 firm Birds r tqwn 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am-4 No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 0 pm Bard town i Junction 050 pm Bards town JI g735 p m arrives at Springfield t 825pm llCkt Ni i45J Is the winner of the prize in the egg contest Own r willI please present same ani clai n h MplizQ MB1 JONES SI TOWNS r s ww Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest c I Ab+iit Yourself Friends jljlAII and Acquaintances 1Mfe 1 JJFisnand Oysters qvery Friday Ac V Bananas Oranges Lemons atI J A Shaders Pure cpuntry vinegar and sor ghum at C mpbellsi Good old fashion cjiilam apples 20c a peck at Campbells Ladies good ether shoes 125 for 98c cash at P J Thomas If you want d good sOrghumI have it C W Hasan WANTEDSecond4hand heat ing stove Inquire at this office jc yJTidayi All kinds of fruits and vegeta bles received dailyi at C W Hagans Dont fail to see the big cloak display at Cunningham Dun cans this week New prunes evaporated peaches hdminy flqke beans etcat T Irvine McElroys v A few hats caps and cPtferall coats itom our country vsjtoefor sale at Campbell grocery Takeyour produce iUjfi lV Hagan and get best Jnlirket price for iit Cash iif preiired Hoods felt boots worLI25f j go this week at 203P J Tnomasv We still pay cah for hides sheep skins and produce SCampbe1l Rev J G Hoskirison the regular pastor will nplld services at the Methodist ichjinih next Sunday Mr T Scott Mayes sold on Monday to Taylor Harmon a young Hereford Bull calf for 3225 tt Dont forget that I always pay more for eggs and butter than anyone in town so it will pay you to see me j Worthtndres heavy a11 wool pants cheap at 2oO lor 198- only a few paIr left P j frhomas =My stock of grocenes is corn piete and prices are right Call and convince ypursflf CJW Hagan LawSweet Pickles Kraut Pigs Feet Mothers Oats and all kinds of rannel goods jjust received by J A S hader Dont forget ifybare in need of an auctioneer lfar a sale or auction you can find S M Campbell Jilt Campbells grocery ever ready to do your work FOR SALE Pure bred Barred Plymouth Rock c Ckrels and pullets extra fine MlSSLlDA3 iLFNTS H i1 D NO 3 iebanon Kyf 0 Don t forget that J am agent forthe celebrated jmalt tonic It has no eqaal JAsk your Dpctor about Fehrs mMtr CiVV iHagan Agect Dr Ben L Bruner theRepub lican nominee for Congress spoke to good cro dSat Willis burg Cardwell and Mackville the first of the we ik Three shares of the capital stock of the PeoplesJ Deposit Bank belonging to the estate of Mrs Catherine Wall were sold publicly on Monday afternoon Judge L H Thurman became the purchaserat155per share- Mr Sylvester Smith sold 14 head of horses at public sale on last Monday afternoon at the Fair Grbunds The horses which were a mixed lot averaged about 110 each the lowest selling for 3750 and the iirhest for 200 Remember Dr Powell of Louisville will deliver his lecture Citizenship in the Republic at the Opera fTonsA here on Thursday night Nov 3 Dr Powell is OJloof the ablest ora tors before the public and his lecture is highly spoken of LOSTA blajjk overcoat at the Court House last Monday It had two bankbooks wad some checks in the pocket If the party who was seen to pick itt up wjll returriIt to George jCatlett ho Vill save himsef further trouble ED MASTERS TOPICS I rMrJA Thompson will have a sale of lhis household goods and personal property at Texas on Saturday Nov 12 Mr Thompson will leave on the loth with his family for Indian Territory to live On account of the absence of Judge Thurman Judge Vy EI Selecman presided over court Wednesday Gov Beckham has been requested to appoint a special judge and one will pro bably be named by tomorrow A big ugly tarantular the giant poisonous spider of the tropics was found in a bunch of bananas in Harry Omans gro very the other day It is an unusually large specimen and was cUglit and will be v preserved iin alcohol frs Palmer Cheatham of tha MOdresville neighborhood died ftidtiday after rather a short ill ness consumption The de- easadwhoseJ maiden name was yigsby had been married less lii a year and contracted a cold on hecwfetlding trip which de velopedv1n her fatal illness Shew sonly about 18 years Old ind bad many friends The Sun a newspaper pub lisne 2it Whitewrght Texas receivedat this office gives an xjourilp6F ibe death last week of ljli 1 i Thompson formerly of tbjfe place The deceased was reared in this county and moved from here to Texas about fifteen years ao He was related to a good many citizens of the county and is remembered by a circle of friends who will regret to learn of his death S M Campbell the auctioneer reports the sale of John Tiicke r near Frederickstown on the 19th as being a succes everything selling well A reasonably good crowd and plenty of good dinner for everybody Also reports the sale near Willisburg of A L Hupp everything selling high corn at S2 CO par barrel hogs 5c per pouid Household goods out of sight County court day as being largely atten ded cattle low hogs low plug horses lower Squire Jim Bob Mayes met with a serious accident one day last week1l and his escape from death was a narrow one As it is he is suffering from an injury to his collar bone as a result of his experience He was riding over his place when the horse he was riding fell and threw Mr Mayes from the saddle but his foot caught in the stirrup For tufia ely the horse did not run and Mr Mayes was able to attract the attention of some hands who sOon released him from his perilous positionS DrBen L Bruner the Republican candidate for Congress from the Fourth district and Hon Morton Yonts Democrat met in joint discussion at the court house herO on Monday and entertained a Jlarge and attentive audience The speakers were well matched and are both well posted on the political issues of this campaign Dr Bruner led and presented the Republican side of the questions in a very forceful manner and vas fol iowed by Mr Yonts who elicited much applause by his shafts at Republicanism In a short response Dr Bruner went after Mr Yonts andsome of his state ments in a manner that caught the crowd The discussion was good natured and interesting Used His Gun Qharlie McKenna a well known no count young negro about town is in bad on account of indulging in a mad desire to perforate with a small pistol the hide of a brother of the same race The affair occurred in front of Alex Adams restaurant on Saturday night last It seems that Mr enna and Amos Twigg had rumpus and that McKenna pulled his gun but instead of shodting Amos with whom he was supposed to be fighting the bullet found a target in Coleman Stevens another young negro who was standing a short distance away The ball penetrat ed Stevens overcoat but did not touch the skin McKenna ran and tried to get away but was found hiding in a shock of fodder in Dr Mudds garden and put in jail He is charged with shooting with intent to kill anl AJtAA t AAAJt j jDNT5 r jDJNP buy Glasses over at counter and select them fo t yourself You may select a pair that aids your vision for the time being yet may prove most injurious DONT buy cheap Glasses SUCh lenses are imperfectly ground and unlikeSDONT read In bed or on a mcvingtrainS DONT read without your Glass s or with some one elses DONT continue wearing your old Glasses when you feel that 4 they are not just right jits So Easy to Have Them jRigbt CF RUSSELLS tMain St Springfield Ky t the grand jury has taken up his case McKenna had recently had trouble with Stevens in which he got the worst of the encounter and it is charged that the shooting w san attempt at getting even Court Convenes The regular term of Circuit Court convened here on Monday with Judge I H Thurman pre siding The grand jury was organized and instructed on the first day and court then ad journed Both Judge Thurman and Commonwealths Attorner Durham gave ins ructions to the grand jjury concerning their dUe ties On Tuesday the case of the Commonwealth against Nad McChord or Hardin the negro who about tVO years ago shot at Marshal John Grace while the latter was trying to arrest him was called The charge was shooting with intent to kill and after hearing the evidence the jSry returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at two years in the penitentiary Owing fo Judge Thurman being called away on account of the illness of his wife no cases were tried yes terday and there will probably be nQ more courfe until Friday- by which time a special Judge will be provided The following jtizens com pose the grand jury IjIH Graves A J Moore Cyrus Johnston R W Wathen Dudley Tapp James Call Rome Colvin William Lair Ed Birch Wm Ray bourne Ike Armstrong George West The pettit jury isi aS follows J R Durham Ghag Coyle J M Begley J W Anderson Gabe Keightley John D Keeling Joe Burkhead Robt Thompson Henry B Waters W H Litteral W A Smith HS Litsey CF Hickersqr J M Clark Henry Colvin R J Crouch James Grigsby Jce Bodine John Roberts GW Fenwick Jas B Mitchell J F Bishop John F Simms J C- Ensor KellyClements j Mr Pat Kelly and Miss Mayo la Clements were married yes terday afternoon at t oclock at St Rose church j Mr Spald jug Clements and Dr Ed Mudd acted as attendants and the ceremony was simple and impressive The bride is an at tract re young lady with a host friends in the county who wish her all happiness The groom is a prosperous young farmer of ttie county and is pop ular with everybouy Mr and Mrs Kelly will gD to hausekeep ing attheir home near Spring field kMusicaITretThe people of Springfield were delightfully en tertained at the Opera House on last Friday evening Oct14 by a trio of ladies from BardstQwn Mrs Sallie Pulliam Yewell so prano Mrs Mattie Lewis Havi land contralto rtnd Mrs Pearl Haviland Tuttle accompanist The program was replete with- a splendid selection of solos and duets Mrs Yewell has a so prano voice excellent quality and judging from the enthusi asm of tne audience the title of Nelsons Queen of SongI justly deserved by Mrs YewelL Mrs Haviiand hasaichcon tralto voice under perfect con trot and her elections were beautifully rendered The piano solos by Mrs Tuttle were excellent the audience showing their appreciation of her ability by their applause Altogether it was a very enjoyable enter tainment X YZ for SaleIHaying bought new one we have a second hand hearse for sale It is in good repair and a good set of harness goes with it Will sell at a bargain- S W ARNOLD Co It Wackill JyI t ikk M p LEO TIAYDON r jjJJ THOMPSON Jr II Ij p L Jq 1 Wecall attention to the new firm 1 i f rlj h Haydon 8 Thompson f I 11 is I Undertakers and mbalmeps 7 I r if 1 r t Fully Equipped for the Business in every respect i t ga Phone 18 SPRINGFIELD KY 115 f 11 PEFUNAL Misses Nettle Cooper of Lebanon and Lucy Craycroft of Washington City are visiting relatives in the county Mr J Charles Green who has been in Oakland Cal t for over a year returned home last week Charlie says that California is a good country and he liked it well but he likes Springfield better so he will not return- Messrs Taylor Cox and Edgar Edwards of Green county were herO the first of the week Mrs Vina Darling of Illinois is visiting Mrs Amanda Foster this week Messrs Chas R and Thos A Grundy have gone to the Worlds Fair Miss Emma Lloyd Fen wick pf Henderson has returned home after visiting relatives in the countyMr I II Thurman who has heeL quite ill with inflamatory rheumatism was taken in a special car yesterday to Martins ville Ind to take the treatment there She was accompanied by Judge Thurman DrM W Hyatt and Miss Nannie Ray Thurman Mrs John May and family of Nelson county were here the first of the week Mr Mangate of Louisville visited Miss Mary Lewis the firstofthewekThe party of young men left this morning to take in the Worlds Fair C W Hagan Evan Hagan Gep Robertson Louis Cain Harry Smithand Joe Clements Mr Joe Clbybrooke was in Bardstown Sunday Mrs Walter Leachman and Mrs W D McElroy were in Lebanon Tuesday Mrs M W Hyatt is visiting her former home at Bloomfield ibis week Theo Campbell was in Louisville Sunday Mr Paul South of Frankfort has accepted a position with C J Haydou the druggist Mrs N I Adams and daugh ter are visiting relatives in Greeosburg this week Miss Mary Dohoneyof Lebanon was in town Wednesday Mrs John Browne and Mrs Harry Br wne of Lebanon w rein town Wednesday J J McCabe is in St Louis this week Mr George Boldrick of Leba non was here Tuesday MrHa1 HurSt of Bardstown washereSunday Mr Ed Abel of Coxs Creek was here tthefistof the Miss Elizabeth weekJJ ited friends in Lebanon Miss Ajlie Eives of Lebanon has gone tj Detroit Mich where she will enter a class to become a trained nurse Miss Elves has Ifrequently visited here and won many friends whowish tier success Wr and Mrs J L Allen and daughter lMayme have returned from LOuisville where they s ldslairSpecial Cheap Miss Willie Knott the stylish Ladies Hatter invites the at tention oi the ladies of Spring field and vicinity to her cheaper grade of trimmed has just re ceived also her line of mourning goods The new line of boys headgear is interesting to parents Come in and look at these gopdsl Coirt Day Sale There was alarge crowd in town on Monday but livestock sales were rather slow Quite a number of cattle on the market but prices rured low Col REWhayne the auctioneer reports the following sales Eleven head of twoyearold steers 27 35 per bead 1 horse 6275 sow and seven pigs 1350 old horse 8 J H Ester reports the fol lowing 3 steer calves at 1560 one 8yearold mare 3150 one pair mules SlSS pair mulesv70 3 steer calves 11 horse 50 Notice No hunting allowed on my farm ahd violators will bo prosecuted for tresspass iiMRS JOHN KELLY 4t GF Browning Overseer To Cure a toldi in fig Day Take LAXATIVR BROMO QUININE Tablets AH drugglsts refund the money if it fails to tqre E W Groves slenatare is on each box25e tit i Cloaki Opening j 4 h On Friday and Saturday i I October28 aug 29 we will f H have on display a complete j i line of Women Misses and fChildrens IDJ ti GL0HKS J embracing all the newest jg W1 Styles Dont forget to call Jw and inspect this Iline inciud M I ing all the latest designs This is your opportunity to jget a Winter Wrap 1 toinghaffl Duncan Il W liW i jliti 4 i fij f Jli I We Are Showing If I in I JI It 75 II f ij SEE tf a 1 I At 25f jA large i ofthe latest designs The Newest Novelties J Hand Bags cents tofIiiS250 OIJRLEADER1JNHAND CENTS LTSl 3 Robertson Bros if3 fft m m If f Wi 6 EDt 1 t FALL AND WINTER CLOTHES 1 fj Stylish made to order SuitsN J J 1Overcoats1 4 rt Guaranteed tFit Ji pt Guaranteed Wear jf Notice beautiful i lBrown and jjIfrIf Gray samples proper capfer N jI for1 fall and winter LUM ABEL Local Agent SpringfieJct it UIyC r I iSeiSsIfWE HAVE t ndaboveaj the test of Tools DljMODEDCI l 00L ThJr Ire aado of t Dig oial Zdro4 lis 1far l siji44repe rtivi jit U 1j 4talL u WEHAYEw r f immond Edge xct WMcbet Ssw elv Hammcrt DrwinKndes Braces th8lta Fiki eland in fact a fuU lane f 4ttpcnt i Toots etc RE5BER L Y tt we warrant c lline taU and McIZIroy 1Shulg iUaiiSL 100185SJCs 1t H rIIi TiT r T I fee It At Ik to only good jadgemenf to 1 rmd jour WifMI at home Pa tsIa your hoe clothier JGUI i x nrJ04ir home butcher jt =tie the jftraggLit toe phy Mfcut this lawyer of your com jMMitjr UM blitckMiith the jew- aIrerthecarL Her the w oa pittter he aaeoa support your MM teilor Ql dressmaker and itlkMrrlf loa smoke snoke ciItiSaathome and if you whisky that which is- itIeoe fIK i dont go away for apinUc a marble cutter or a io iskerif you can find them i ilJ Mir own coaamuDity give ui wt your patrotiage In this wiVyo bep everyone of them iMi ttresQn enough to lead us to kpat hone all the pat jrjmt wecan If it is not then epViitr this Jpstthe butcher tbt baker the candlestick iiUtec dep nd on us so do we ali iii our yartous lines of bu n lii depend on them If a ns bwuEMM thrives he isi in t btiVer pOi IOD to contribute to tIM fettteaaent of his neighbors biniMtMt for he will add to lis hoims and add to his table he- WLCIOUL himself better and his jamlly better in short Le will- liveiri better style and so will apfftd more money right back on peoplel who have put their money IlL his hands But the money we spend away from home does litCOlMriht back to usNe1 i ReconloB t PrlilltitIFJtlal illn1aI IDCbUC No utter which candidate is elect- I i Fofeya Hoaey Tar will remain tit pepls favorite remedy for- c Iks colds aad incipient couaump- UMI It cares cOlds quickly and pre f YeHts pneumonia A J Nusbanm Batesville lad writes I suffered frthree months with a severe cold r A druggist frtpmred me s me medi cia aH a physician prescribed fore jet I did note improve I then tried Folejra Honey and Tar and fckt ose cured me Sold by Wood Campbell IX1er II a Die ODi lon iC MzPHMer ef Cordova Iowa says One of my children was subject to crowp of a severe type and the giving I of ChaMberlains Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief Mauy mothers is this neighborhood think the Mate MI do aboat thIs remedy and want so other kind for their chit iren For sale bj Hajdoui drugstore fifitryt Accepts f Mr Reuben Gentry spent a few d YS with friends in Danville this week Before leaving the Bite Grass country Mr Gi ntry had tha reputation of being the finest swine raises in the United Sates He has for the past six years been at Biltmore at the I heaJ of the swine department of George Vanderbilts estate and since accepting that position has J made the acquaintance of the best breeders throughout Europe and America He las just ie jaigned his position with Mr Yanderbilt and signed a ten years contract with J M Over iOu to become General Manager oThe Overton Hill Estate located at Nashville Tenn This estate makes a specialty of breed ing and raising Jersey cattle i Berkshire hogs iSputhdown sheep fapcy show horses Welch arid Shetland ponies and Thor pnghbreds The position iis very lucrative one und Mr Gen IrT V friends rejojce at his good fortune Danville Advocate InDIGESTION I WM fcMtlcrf with Mk tnvkk ThMlJorda 1ck b goodIitwa 1M4MM I took laaTMT KKI SARAH LUllKFIXLD KllctteTiUc lad- TediaiBIackDraught aiwkly invigorates the ac tioa of Ute stomach and ewe eves elironic cue of iadifMtioa If you will take a mall dote of Thed lordt Black Draught coca l iaaally JOB will keep your iowaca and liver ia nPN lilt IGHitioar THEDFORWKDRAIM Xwt jiekMHi cauSed by MtiaatiM than by any 4MM Tkedfords Drai1Maot only re m OMtipaUoa batcuzcs mtw acil drswtcrjr dsipsboIreguiirAMWhtsM sM pasgu Thedfordg Black DuM1L M edi nptfefc Ute bowel JlRSty flTJJ CuredAt 70 of Hcart pi ease Contracted During Civil WarVeferarlGrateful Dr Miles Heftfrtx Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age iit does not readily lend itself to ordinary treatment There is however hope for ill sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Curt which w4 know from watching hundreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cqre where all else has failed It is not only a Wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war 1 contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left there vith my wife to visit my sisterinlaw Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching MS Kirbys she insisted I should try Dr Micsr Heart Cure 1 procured a few bottles ofital o the Nervine and Tonic After using one or two bottles could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being butmy faithful wife in sisted on better1 htip which I lid Tm provement soon began in earnest and Iitcok in all fifteen or sixteen bottles I re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively boy Vou sir are a enefactor and I cheerfully reconi sufferinghumanityJ All druggists selljind guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Ampuls Reedi Louisville Ky Oct 2404 Mr E L Davison Spribgfieli Ty Dear Sirpur article in this weeks NEWSLEADER on the Worlds Fair iis very interesting and your reference to Lieut W O Reed is very similar to a no tree in this we ks Town Topics a New York S ciety JournaL I quote Lieutenant Wlliam O Reed i the Adonis of the officers on duty atthejWorlds Fair lie is also jokema ter of the same Telephone jcails are not always left to be anw red by underlings in the free FnL easy life at the guard barrackk First man at the phone jistially makes reply Recently a pall came asking for a program of ihe day Ifc was from the Boarp of Lady Managers Building The owner of the voice aSk 4 the name of the person speaking to her Im that Reed boy was the answer Please bring c ver a program to our house was the next request Three afterward Lieut mlnlteslReed j uniform walked across the plaza and presented a program to the guard on duty At the hose jjof the Board of Lady Managers they are still counting the Lieutenant a hearted man willing to kinI LieuItenantPointer but was given his com mission from fyie ranks FRANKD MUEVEY Cansc of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus caused b a baciluB or germ vhich exists peiitifql Iy in street dirt It iis inactive so lopg as cxpoacd to tie air but yhcn car ried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by i usty nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and pro ucesthl most virulent poison knosvn These gerirs ma7 be destroyed and all danger of lockjaw ayoided by applying Chamberlains Patti Bairn frtely as soon as the injury lis received Pain Balm is 311 antiieptic and causes cuts bruises and like injuries to heaJ without maturation hnd in one third the time required by the usual treatment It is for sale faydons drugstqre Yoa cancot cbre pile by cxterna application Any remedy to be ell ct lye must be applied inside right at the seat of iej trouble ManZan i put up in a collapsible tube with a nozzle so that 5t reaches inside and applies the remedy wl1creiji is most needed ManZan strengtneiiB the blood vessels ana nerves so that piles are impossible ManZan relieves the pain almost instantly heals soothes cools and cures Sold by Had ns Pharmacy Tt30OriiiDali i Foley Co bicago criginated Honey andTar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar ofierep for the manYliitationsec Folevs Honey sub stitute offered aajny other preparation ivil give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains iio opiates and is safest for children and delioat pftrflons Sold by Wood Campbell t1Whit is the Is ueiT HOftedit happens that no true native difference occurs be tweezi the ndidatesnothingi- n short to keep1ihem apart from one another save fit e party names Thqr wrfs mueh as you may doubt little or no difference between Mr McKinley and Mr Bryan then considered as mere men And the latter with the last word is the oiie standpoint froin which it is worth your time an4 pains to consider tbQm No theres nothinbi a platform nothing in an issua othing in a party name Tle Man is the thing the only thing Channing long years ago de dared and no one denied against the cant of Measures not Men and the foolish as sumption that that itf is the har ness and not the horseS which takes the coach along How often must we be reminded that in 1892 we elected President on a tariff issue who called on extra session an finance that 1896 we elected a President on a finance issue who called an eira session on tariff So much far plat forms so much for issues so much for the overshadowing importance n every instance of the MaIA1fred Henry Lewis in the NovemberMetropolitan yHowsTMs We offer One hundred Dollars Re ward fpi any case of Catarrh that can not 6 cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHEFIY CO Toledb We the undcrsignec have known F Ji Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry Out any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan Mary tn Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarjrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucQus surfaces of the Fvstem Te8tmonIa1s sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A UllflFUtC Cure Fur PlIes Itching Blind Blecdipgor Protrud ing Piles Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long FirstapPU1cation your druggist hasVt it send SOc in stamps and it will be forwaried post paid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis VIo SPill Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts LitleI consU1paHonl TbcHe famous lithe pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bil j without producing unpleasant eflects Thy do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasanUy give tone and strength omIachj druggists Unknown Disease An unknown disease is destroying cattle in the vicinity of Hampton Station Tem 1and Guthrle Kv The symptoms of the disease arc as follows First joinlsfollowcd foaming at the mouth and slight elevation of the head as if the spine were Affected The eyes turn upward showing only the whites The patienfis perftctly quiet accl lives about six hours after a well developed case is noticed Stock journals treating Obthe diseases of cattle h kve been carefully rjad but nothing of this nature is dadiced ty them Mr RandlCi one of the postmortemoexamination1 It is generally thought tHat constant grazingon droutnstricken pastures has caused the disease Farmers Home Journal OcOfMally- H e A TisdaJe of Summerton S Ct theImany reniedcs used but relief and permanent pood was found only in the use ol D WItfs Witch Hazel manyILuJegWitchto see that you get the genuine De Witts made by EG DeWitt Co InS Chicago and a cure iis certain De Witts Witch Hazel Sale CMtes all kinds of piles cuts burns bruises ec lema tetter ring worm skin diseases etc Sold by ill druggists Shot Her HalfSister Bessie Battle shot her half sister Cora Clayton at the rail road camp near town Saturday morning The bullet struck her The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of SwampR at Work Eli Laboratory There is a disease prevailing in this deceptlveItheart disease pneumonia heart failure kidneydJseasevance kidneypoisoned blood will attack ththiselveafbreakThen the richness of the blood thr albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Brlghts 1Drcovery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary trouble it has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists in fiftycent freebySwampRootPr Kilmer Si Co BInghamton N Y and mention this paper in the abdomen plowed through her body and came out at the thigh It is said that the wound is a fearful one andthat she cannot recover Bessie is in jail and her version of the tragedy is that Cora tore up some handler chiefs belongiuing to her hus band She asked her what she meant by it and Cora replied I did it to see if 5 ou was game if you are you wont stand it1t At this Cora made at her and hit her in the head and side with a br ck Cora then started toward a tent where there was a pistol Bessie ou ran her ard got r e weapon and then Cora attacked her with a razor and she Says the was compIled to sloot her in self defense Saturday night- a negro man was shot through the shoulder It was pay day and we are told that 15 or 20 drunken negroes kept up a fpsi lade near the camp all night and the than was prooably shot acci dentally Harrodsburg Herald Can Ton M B Taylor prominent merchant of Chreivman Texas says I could not eat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope of recovery vanish ed Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle bencfittcd me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Care digests what you eat and cures Sod by all druggisti DrDades Little LVr P1IU ci Liver Ills Sold ty Haydons Phar macy A new theory that is proving suc cessful in the cure of Coughu Lung and ftronchial affections is offered In Bees Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy cuts the mucus heats the membranous lining of the throat wardsoffIl tern generally Croup and Whooping Cough disappear before its use aj SpringImacy WANTED Men and women in this county and adjoining territories to re present and advertse an old es tablished house of solid financial standing Salary 10 Den 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from headqusrters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Addrets Blew I3rs TCo Dept A Mo non Bldg Chicago III ConsumDtiv Made Gomlortabie Incipient consumption is cured by Foley Honey and Tar but we do not consnrnptlreJIdicase in the advanced stages but if tie mugs are not too far gone Foleys Honey ana Tar will effect a cure as it stops the racking cough andsoothes the inflamed air passages giving them a chance to heal and even in the ad vanccd stages it gives comtort and re lief A A Herran of Finch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs and lung trouble i know that it has cured consumption in tbe first stages Sold by Wood Campbell liMe In ShrbttTilde in sight a kind of hide the handkerchief III which the object usu ally something uunotlcchble like Bmrll coin Is placed where It mny be scon without removing Bhythlns for Instance on tlieiloor or on n table or chair One of the players thus places it while the others are out of the room The latter enter at a signal and begin to look for the object An soon ruy bre ice It he 41t5 down quietly while the Others go on looking lIe who iU lust to sit down places the objett for ilhe next search Whistling Tree A species of ncacln which grow very nbiimlnntly In Nubia nnd the Su dan Is called the whistling tree by the natives Its shoots are frequently listorted In shape by the agency of larvae of Insects anti swollen Into n globular bladder from one ta two Inches In diameter After the Insect has emerg ed from u circular hole In the side of this swelling the opening played upon by the wind becomes u musical Instrument suggestive of a sweet toned flute The whistling tree Is also found In tim West Indies ri9Ji AUie Thonnnua Coast Uelitm Tijcrc nip 0000 burning lights and signals strctchcilt along the American coasts forming a perfect link sa that the navigator need never be beyond sight of one of the beacons One thou sand of these are located ou the At lantic coast 1500 are scattered along the rivers and Inland waterways 500 on the great inkcj aud00 on the Pa cHic coast The Conductor- A threeycaroJd going to church for the first time was miich surprised whei herco n zoo onoof hls fatljcr friends taking III the collection 3ricsTlij was the conductor Perli4Xow of a small pupil what are the principal uses of thobonei In the human body They arc used mostly to hang tho- m ltPU replied the youthful student A Carloua Notice The manager of n concert given in a small town instead of putting Not transferable on the tickets posted this notice oil tbe door No gentleman afl rolLed unless be cornea himself WOMAN AND FAsHION The Newest Sleeves The style of the sleeve is all portant to thesnccess of the garment und determines Its date more surely than any other detail These excellent mdttels roll be utilized alike with the hew coats and for those that are to be remodeled The three styles In PLAn PANCT COAT SLEEVES elude a full sleeve with flaring cuff q sleeve In regulation style with roll over cuff antI one that is known as the club sleeve which Is illsjlnctly larger at the elbow and Is made In three sections tIle upper portion be ingcut In two with the seam concealed by a strap The full sleeve Is In one piece gathered Into a band which Is concealed by the curt the sleeve huthe center Is cut with upper and undeivitho roll over cuff finishing the lower edge and the club sleeve Is cut with the upper portion made as already de scribed the regulation under portion and cuff the curved edges of which meet at the center of the upper purl The Foil Blouse Already some separate blouses show the higher fuller shoulder effect that Is becoming noticeable The high close cuff is also prbmlnent feature Some blouses of checked taffeta have a close cuff insot with linen figures to tIm el bow with the rest of the sleeve a large puff shirred In the armhole and again I1t the cull About the shoulders is a collar cut to make tabs over the tops of the tjleeve3 and cut out in front in the form of a rabat It is trliamed prettily with narrow bands ofwhlte taffeta and i small pearl buttons This is of course a simple waist us walatu go now hut the new sleeve makes it valuable as a model 3Iittn ToDeqrn Mitts will Le worn In the house the epmlug winter with the elbow slecves that are used on uluiost all gowns de signed exclusively for the house Mauy women do not like to have the lower part of the arm bare and mitts cover them without hiding the skin or de tracting from the dressy effect With black lace gowns black mitts will be used but with all light gowns whjfe are preferred Mauy ghls lnvo moth ers or grandmothers who have hall mitts put away for years aqd they would do well to got their relatives to hand over this finery of days gone by Wardrobe Secret The clever girl has thrce petticoats nowadays for the price of one She has tlie foundation in black moreen reaching below the knooa This foun dation Is nicely finished off with a deep hem on which are sewed buttons a few inches apart By menus of this device the clever girl has hrce or four different ruffles whci can be but toned on to the foundation according to the costume to be worn f Glace Taffeta the Vogue Tim glace taffetas now appearing In Paris will be generally offered here for autumn wear Glace pcaux are also to be used for wraps These lustrous goods are expected to lead the duller materials Silks anti the ribbon novel ties Of the autumn are also glace Fall Coat For Girls This Norfolk coat Is Of lightweight cheviot but other suitings and mate rials are appropriate The coat jsmado with fronts and backs that are laid In box plaits which extend for full llength and are Joined to a shallow foundation xonroLrt COAT yoke The shaped yoke Is arranged over the whole and the belt passes over the plaits at thuback under those at the front The scevo are large and ample laid In box plaits above the el bows and forming full puffs below And are gathered in cuffsshnpc in harmony with the yoke Tfie material for medium else iis four and threequarter yards twentyseven Inches wide two arid threequarter yanlu fortyfour Indies wide or two mil threeeighths yardarffiftytwo incLw wide II Pl3ited Pcndcnta Plaited or Jabot pendant pieces arc power torneukwcar than just the Plain tabj fl Vance Xuckola The able trainer ami driver Varite Xuckofl has tho recordl for winning races very badly shattered and tho trotting season la not unit over The DIffcrciicc In an apron oi blue by the sand heap she cits And she makes the most wonderful Pies She follows the brooklet that elhsa oa Ifruns All under the street summer slcs And mischievous breezes till linger I wccn To rpflle each wild cllowcurlfShe croons a sort song while the hours slip along Shes a glad little mqrnlns felrl lint when 3 oclock cornea Cien behold What a change She tw urs u white frock rumoa tco She walks up and down In thfr very front yard And her slippers are shining Jind now In a prim golden row not a hair out of place Can be seen every round shining curl Oh long seems tho time and so slow drags the day Shes a sad little atttrnoon girl St Nicholas FORTHE CHILDREN Some Little bhea unbappyni3sfortuneThiH npnrqpriate r Thiji Miss Js uncivil W ill broom bebayc This MIss wastes time and mouey missiiont ThIs Miss should bo shunned by the traveler misguide t This Miss gives uc reliable Infprma tlonfnilscail ThljS Mi moots wljh Ill luck and dS lay lulsndventure This Miss can dcstr jy the peace ota nation misrule ThljS Miss Is an unc trtalq correspond ent iilsdircet This Miss makes rouble wherever silo goes 12isdolhg Thls Miss causes so row to her moth er i4lsc3uduct This Miss does not value her friends nil apprcclate This Miss is distrustful of human nature misanthrope Tli0se three Misses are untruthful misrepresent mfslntcrprct misstate D1Yij jArcliblsliop if Cnntcrbnry night 11ev Raulal Thomas Davidson archbishop of Canterbury and primate of all Engtt nd who Is nbw touring the United Sintqs nml Canada will jittend the gcnpi al convocation of tlie Episcopal church which opens I- nBtn0ct 4 DrJ Davidson has beets archbishop oC Canterbury slued 1003 when he BIOUT tiny ItAXDAIiti T 1JAVJDSOKD D succeeded the late Url Temple lIe bears the distinction however of hav lag once refused the ext Ijed omJh1Y Iiir tteen ofrerej tile arihblshopric of Canterbury on the dent of Dr Tern plesj predecessor In 19G He dccllueil tile post at that time because of poor health llije primate of Ensla d is a uatTve Sf Ejlinburgh piul Ii flfttj six years old tfluntcrcmncctCc1was a close frLgmVof tlie late Queen Victoria and Is most fric idly with the reigning king flreatla Was Like Cliya rhicwlJlaucetol every wliero lo gtcs Most of the comment Is to the ci oct that there Is uti such resemblance A New York man told this story in tb Southern hotel S ilncr heard that thin e was ah old nesii bather hi Washing on who In isis youth had shaved Hem Clay lIe Cl1tto1he barber mil got him to nurIthing for a long while xNtlng the barljer to say something about the re scmiiinncc Whoa the sh lye was near ly over and the old inan lltllur dId anytlilng Sulzcr cOuld ItOt keep still any Jougcr yamsaliihe do I remind you In aiiyvay of IIciiryCIay Sam put the raior bnck in the case with niuch dclibchitlou anil hesitated for some time Sulzcr waited pa ticn y i 1cIIiIh ansirored Sam nt last I think yo docsSilK Yo breflf nab rlHerl The army maneuvers in Prince Wit 1111111countrlrn Sept tlt to10n tor 4omlnn liti t MitJoiGieral Hoary C dorblu U S A brought into the flqltlftho larpst army cve assembled Ill tle rultcll Stjtcs in time of peace The place selected for the Manassas maneuvers as they are officially called wasfjtlie ilstorte field of null Tints the neilo of two groat conflicts oC tire civil Tbsnrniy uuCer General Corbin nun lfcd 30000 men made up 6f mill ttf tin roul seventeen states north and 1IAJOR QCKCIUt IiryitT C COHCDf I Booth mill till tin rorular tliat be scared rom the divblQif of lJuUtt lantic The army organize iIut- two divisions the firlt couimnuded by Major CetJOfrnl Iretil IX Oraut U S A the second1 dlvisIouKbelup coniiuaiuloj by Major General JTraaklln S A jGcneral Grants force it as the blues wore the Ii ariny blue bloiae Genera t 1C eclJiislon known us tle brown ought in the new olive drab u Major General lIar C cpmxhaiiilor of the maneuvers nt prcs cut cpmiiitnds the division of the At lautid XlO filtered the army as a see oud lientonaflt of Ohio volunteers In 1SU2 at tile age oit nineteen and serveda 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