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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i J i fl NWS4fDflI v J ar 1tt1 7 f n Xf JiiN I fri s 91xifNL 4 2 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTSV KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 3 1904 T 1100 A YEAB f7t 1 t f 3 fli t OUR DIRECTORY i X 4SRINGFIEDconty seat of fe Washington County 52 miles south h t stof exingtotf S9 mijes from i ptisvi11e oil Bardstowtt branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad a 4 farming and agricultural district J r1wo Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber- yards Popuation 1100 population of county 15000 Representative Congress Hon D 5ta Smith Hodgenviilc Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky J ijAColIty Directory t CIRCUIT COURT fXJ Circuit Court begins on the fourth iMOHty inFebruary May and Octo v Laf R 14 Durham Commonwealth At f Qi iHeimey v r 0j M Campbell Clerk 3AG eachmap Master Co miss 1r1ct v r QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Vfpnday in each month B IfLitsey Judge A JCOUITTY COURT County X trt meets on tbe fourth tondayincach mouth BI Litseyaudge J W F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff 1Ricl1ard Isham fSidncy Osborne 4r R U JMullican j Dcputt a Ed Masters James F Moore dounty Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor i T P OBryan Deputy 4Rpbcrt JToe Treasure J Mi Monlgomery Coroner JIBush Supt of Common SfjUbolsi T O Sprlngffeld KV CITY COURT c James R Noe Police Judge Jjhn GfiiJ Mirshil W F GrigsbY City Attorney JUSTICE COUK Justice Courts are held in January April July and October f hurch directoryc It t 7 METHODIST CHURCH R v J C Hoskinson Pastor Ser vices on thc First and Third Su davsc In each month at Ha m and 730 pmC Sunday School every Sunday at 10 am Ptayer me ting evcry Wednesday Anight j CATHOLIC CHURCH tRcv PF Hennessay Pastor Ser r vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rosesame hours i CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service second andjfourth Sunday in each t mouthii PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BevvT D Latimer Pastor t Preaching eyery Sunday at il am and at 5 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Tbursday evening at 7 oclock t BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor f Preaching every Sunday at 11 il 1j tand 7oOt pm Sunday School every 4 Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Fraternal Urdeasc MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets first and third Monday- ach month Washington R 5A Chapter No 57 w meets every sccondTuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on every iourthMonday KNIGHTS of THE MACAHEBS Meet ftrerv first Wednesday in each mon F 3SSS AMERICAN 1 JSILVeR I I I Retains Severest J 1 Hernia I ImtbCosaloxti J1 fNo Easy to BTIvIv I Ko JUps or i Never wo rci wd eeo- ercr sale by C J Haydon e fThat axful grinding sobbing pain the back i3 from the kilneys A dose of Pineule3 will cure it over 4iugh Pineules ia new discovery put tip in a new Avay A dc lightfql- emelv and specific for all Kidney 4iid bladder troubles Sold by Hay pozsPliaritac1ouas CtrC lit BeWitt5 Witch Hazel Salve Has cured thousands of cases of Piles I iJ bougiita boX of De Witts Witch Hazel Salvjbn the reCommendation of oiir dsgist so writes a g LaCroix of ZtV allarxasuaDd used itfora vitubr bars caUeof pileS Itcuredmepcrma SIiUy Sold byall druggists V Dr WTm TratintppunebioodCerstelM1qsklnereoUona 4u u J IIROUND Of YJJLKr1 A M IThe Wood j Gipsy In scarlet skirt iind bodice gay A bold lippedj tawny thing Comes brown October downthe wood A gipsy wand r ng Her light Ilimbs shame the leopard lithe Abandonment of grace Her dark eyes prison ail toehold Wild passion oiiher race Crooning she lifts her voice in song Some strain oi weird romance And timed to clishing tambour bells Whirls in a wa ton dance And ere the cad nce dies away In echoes wild and sweet The oaks and ma pies shower goldl 4bout htrr twi kUng feet j Smart Set JI 0 10 JchantsJ telabormgof which fewputsiders have any conception said a well known member of a local dry goods firm the other day I refer to the custom or hab t which people in this county have of demanding long time ere Jit on everythlng they buy It las become such a habit with sonle that hev never think of payin 5 cash for goods vetw en it i decidetlly to their advantage to do so We have offered mater al inducements to customers tQ pycasbbut no they prefer to have goods charged although many cases they may have the money in bank and would save so nothing by paying cash We b lieve that Spring field is a remarkable town in that respect and iibhas oUen been a subject of remark from strang ers gwho exp ess surprsethat tlieioca1 merchants can do busi ness and prosper under such a system It is a hardship on the merchants and if the customers would only re lize the fact it is a disadvantage 4x them It stands to reason that a merchant cannot afford to sell goods as cheaply to a Customer who he knows will be from six to twelve- mOnths jpayiijg for them as heI can to sell fot cash The mer harealargerthe customer pays for the ipdil gen e in the lOngrun Still the habit of demapding credit iis so firmly fixed in some peQple that they apparently cannot overcome it A merchOjnt told of an incident that iJlstratedthe point tile other dayj He had sold a bill of goods to a wellto do citi zen of the county Something was said about paying cash when the merchant who is trying to advocate the cash system offer ed a liberal discount on the bill for cash bu the citizen who doubtless had a good balance to his credit in the bank at the time preferred to have it charged and pay the difference Its a habit anda bad one The trouble ispeople who pay cash are made to suffer more or less the ill effects of the system The merchants must provide for carrying these long credit customers and as a consequence they must obtain more for their goods The llocal merchants should try to break up the system It would be bet ter for all concerned It would be better for the buyer as well as the seller for many an article is purchased 1at a high price where the ay of payment is away off in the future which would other rase have been fore gone t 1m RAMPs There ought toI 1310tectionothe invasion of these small armies of tramps horseswap pers or movers such as have appeared in this vicinity a num ber of times this summer These roving pand are as a rule com posedof a class of ner dowells who think jthat the world owes them living and they are out to prey on the country iri gene ral and any unfortunate commu nity in whicii hey happen to tarry A fev weeks ago one of these bands of unusual size pitched its camp near town For more than a week the community was overrun with about as tough a lot of individuals as one ever saw The men lay low in camp for awhile and sent the women and children out on begging ex cursions Later on the men inI vaded the town with odplug horses to trade or sell and were particularly active on county court days These people are a menace to any com unltYt and doubtless would not hesitate at petty theiving and should be given notice to move on at any place where they show adisposi tion to tarry There is a good vagrancy law which should be brought into play in such cases as these ID ANGEROUS As a matter of precaution against acc dents for which the county may be held liable there should be a general repairing of the bridges over the various turnpikes That these structures are in a pre carious condition can be testified to by any citizen who does much driving Just whit pro vision if any is made to keep the bridges in repair we are not informed but it strikes us it wouldbe wise poli Yto take steps at once to have this work done where lit is most needed The work on this turnpikes seems tQbe going on well and why not mend the hi ides 7 14 IM AVERidK Hayeyou ever heard of a Maverick Well it lsquitea familiar term in the cattle country out West but it is not so well known her as was shown by a recent inci dent Emmett McElroy one of Springfiefds boys who is making his honje in Kansas City it seems is quite an enthusiastic i Republican and to several of his Republican friends in Springfield he recently sent a campaign button bearing to them a strange device and one which they failed to interpret at first On the button appeared the pic ture of a Texas steer branded on its side after the manner of all range cattle Around the edge of the button appeared the words Dont be a Maverick in the great round up Nov 8 1904 Theword Maverick was a puzzle to the recipients of the buttons and they were doubtful about wearing them until an explanap tion was had In the cattle I country out west the word Mav erick is applied to alLunbranded cattle found on the range audc such cattle become the property of the first ranchman or cowboy who comes along and puts Iris brand on him The meaning of the button was to show your color at the election The parcticular brand on the steer vhichtt appeared in the picture is said to be Theodore Roosevelts t own private brand which he usod when he was a ranchman out west Mr R A McElroy who has frequently visited in Texas tells of the orjgin of the word Maverick He says that when he visited his uncle ranchman in Texas in I860 theword Mav erick had been newly coined Ac rich old bachelor lawyer by the name of Maverick bought ano island in Matigorda Bay and stocked it with several thousand cattle The cattle were not branded for the reason that it was thoughji to be unnecessary because they would be confined to the island One of those ter riffic stormscame on however and the shallow water between the island and mam land was blown asicle and the cattle ina i stampede came over to the shore ItNoIt them and tl ey were taken up by the various ranchmen and brand ed Since then all stray or unbranded cattle are known as Mavericks t t WANTEDrlndustriou man or woman as permanent representative of big manufacturing cpm pany to look after its business in this county arid adjoining terri tory Business successful and established Salary 20 weekly and expenses Salary paid weekly from home office Ex pense money paid in advance Experience not essential En close selfaddressed envelope General Manager Como Block Chicagof Turkey Will Come High Thanksgiving without turkey does not sound pleasant but there will be many a housewife who will think twice tins year before she adds turkey to the menu for the national holiday Already the commission men are i watching the signs of the tunes and it prophesied that turkeys will this year bring a higher price than for two years past Why turkevs should soar in prices is easllj explained Even now with the limeted demand the sup ply of turkeys is far from plenti ful and by Thanksgiving local dealers say toe shortage willI amount to a scarcity The coldI wet spring played havoc with turkey crop ard therewas but a small per cent of the large broods that lived through the rigors of the cold rains In other words the turkey for the Thanksgiving dinner will cost in the neighborhood of 3 of hart earned wages flarro burg Herald Dtairons Wrecta Carelessness is respoLsibue for many a railway wIeck ad the same causes are making IHuman wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung Troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds eve the worst cases can be curec and hopeless resignation is no long er necessary Mrs Lois Cre gg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was savo I by Dr Kings New Discoyeryl This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung jUseasfes bye J Haydon druggist Price fOc and lTrial bottlesjfree A tCardtt This is to certify hajt all drupgists arc authorized ho refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar flails to cure your cough or cold Istops the cough and heals the lungs Prevents pneumonia and will cure lucipient consumption Contain n6ibpiates and is safest for children Ask for Foleys iJoney and Tur and jinsist upon haying it Slops the cough and heals the lungs Sold by Wood Campbell Commissioners Sale W F Royalty guar etc Plus EquityCleoBy virtue of n Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit termhereofroceed to offer for sale at the Court House door iSpringfield Kyt on MONDAY NOV 23 1901 at or about 2 oclock pm being highestidder CollowIntrdescrlbad A tract of land situated in Washington county Ky and bounded as follows to wit Be inning at a stone on a ridge to Eli Gardner thence Sat w 52 poles to a stone thence S 19 w23 6 poles to a stone thence N83t w 24 72 poles to the center of the Mackville and Bethel church turnpike thence with the enter of same N 4J E 0372 poles N 30J E 18 poles and N 58J E 424 poles to a stone corner to William Moore Jr thence with his line S 30 E 584 poles to the beginning containing 25 acre 2 roods and 21L poles parhaserorsecurity or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from data f sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G IvUACIIMAN M C W CC Jas Taylor of Kndallvllle Ind was scriouslj diseased with kidney and bladder IroTtble for 21 years He tested every known remedy without tinch benefit until ho used Pineules This ne v discovery catjed him andI Mr Taylor ad viPcs all persons suffer injr from kidney or bladder trouble to get a bottle of Pricules at once SoldI by Haydons Pharmacy ValualileXow At W L Scotts sale of Jersey cows hold u Shelby county Qc tober 20 1904 Alrys Vinie Hugo 177808 owned by James H Ot ter of Danville By was boughtt by Crawford Bros of this city for 300 Vinie was exhibited at the Worlds Fair ftLouis and stood fifth in milk produc- ti n jn the great teit which closed Oct 18 1904 Her ave age was 45k pounds per day for 120 days TIer greatest record for one day was 51 pounds OfI milk and nearly 3 lbs of butter foritbelu six months at St Louis in the test barn this cow milked oVer 8000 Ib3n and the official report of the last week of the test shows that only two cows outranked her Vinies record for te last seven days being 310 lbs She was one of the most persjstent cowsin fire tet anti her record we believe jusiJj entitles her to dead the Jlist of milk and butter producers tin the State of Kentucky Lebanon Enterprise Not a Sick B iiic I was taken styery sickj with kidneyliouble 1tried all sorts ofjmedicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an 1ad of your Electric Bitters aul determined to try that After takinff a few doses I felt relieved and soon tbereafiei was entirely curedlajrU have not been sick a daysiDCl Neighbore of mine have been cured Rheumatism Neuralgia Lyer and Kidney troubles and Olneral Debility This is what B F Bass of Free 0 mont N CJ writes Only 50c at- C J Haydon druggist BonssCaillo Be Cured by IOCA applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear THere iIs only one way to cure deaf ness and that iis by constitutional remedies Deafifess is caused by an inflamed condition of the inucons lining of the Euatachian Tube When this tubers id1l med Yo havea ramb ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deaticssis the result and unless ihs luflamation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catcrrh whichi nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hnnnred Dallars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrb that cannot e cured by Halls Catarrh hire Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0- SJby aruggiefs 75c Tak Halls family Pills foi Constipation Race with Death What might be termed a race withe the Grim Reaper occurred Tuesday night aud at the ehd a littie life was saveJ At Junction City L N Agent Lingles little child was fast sinking of membranous croup and it was necessary to insert a tube in or der to save the little ones life Dr R 0 McGhord was the only physician the anxiqus parents were willing to risk with the operation He conferred with the L N officials who soon placed the C 0 engine and coach at the disposal of Dr McChord and with engineer Meals and fireman Brooks in charge the run from Lebanon to Junction City 28 miles Was made in 38 minutes The opera Lion was performed and the special backjn Lebanon in justI tio hours from the start Leb anon Enterprise FayoreS By Both Parlies Republicans and Democrats alike praise Fbleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and all throat and lung diseases as no othnr remedy can com pare with it ItiiIs safe and sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main street Gloucester Mass writesU Foleys Honey and Tar cured me of a very bad cough which I had jfor three months tliough other remeIesfailed to bone fit Inc I jean highly recommend it for coughB and colds Sold by Wood Campbell Mote Praise It Mother everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved Certain cure for coughs croup and wHooping coughc AL Spafford Postmaster of Chester Mich hays Our little girl was un JaJ re11lievCough Cure relieves coughs makes bfeathing easy cuts out phlegm draws out infiamation and jqmoves every cause of a cough and btrain oil lungs Sold by all druggists for Sale Privalely Having decided to retire from business 1 offer for sala my two story business house 24x50 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 alEc my two story dwelling 7 rooms large hall above and below meat house Wash house hen house new barn good cistern and extra good milk house Lot 1 tacrea Can be bought reasonable THOS J GUATES 2mcs Mack ille Ky S S hrtW H5 VftI I LOCAL INEREST tMM MWMMMMMW 4 DEFIANCEBob Marks the II Game Warden of tha connt y received packngra fhronph the mail the other day which might be aken as a gentle reminder thatt he isnot doing his duty or ofthenew1game In the package was neatly pack Ied the feet of three rabbits which bad been freshly killed was no note of explanation ac companying the package and the sender evidently thought that it would speak for itself We notice by the way that there is a good deal of complaint from other sections of the State aboatj prohibitstr squirrels until Nov 5tt which is the time of the expiration c th6 bird law but the people of this county appear to think it Is allj right or at least very little attempt is made to violate itt Thje truth iis game has become so scarce in this section that there is very little inducement for a majn to run the risk of being finedl for violating it j TILT ACTIVE Transactions in Washington county farms con tinue active and quite a number ofjalesare reported within the pat few days Among them are GI A Dbhoney sold to AL Liisey his farm containing 19 acres on the Willisburg andI Springfield road for 10 000 Mrt LUsey sold the farm he recently bought o Sterling P Thompson io James F Moran at 50 per acre The farm conlains 203J acres and Mr Litsey paid 45j per acre for it thus making a profit of 1150 on the deal in a few dt ys Hdgh and John Hatil bought of William Russell 140 acres about three miles front SpringCeid for 3250 sales were made through McEl roy and Whartonthe real estate agents Mr James Tobin ofr this county has bought afitJe farm in Nelson He purchased j of E S Shields a farm situated near Wooodlawn and containing 25T acres at47 per acre Mrj Tobin gets possession at the first of the year s LEBANONS COURT HousE- d Juidgo Thurmdn appears 16 be determined tto endorse the late Judge Pattesons idea tp force the county to provide a rew court house notwithstanding the Pscil court claims that they are notable to buildonerhe Falt saysIln the mattrr of build ing a new Court House Judge Thurman ruled that the countys response which was prepared and published in the Falcon some time ago was ins fficien1 and he allowed County Attorney i l Hill to enter a motion to disniid the order which motion wasc overruled and an appeal was granted to the Court of Appeals h Judge Tnurman declared that ifc the higher ccui t sustained the order he proposed to have anew court house if not he proposed to reraodelthe present building so that its most intimate acquaint i tances would noV recognize it f A CyuibsiTyWA curious freak of nature was discovered by Mr Buford Nekirlr the wellknown young farmer of the county i e cenUy Mr Neikirk was gathja ering pumpkins from a field and happened to leak one open when henoticed a peculiar apc pear nce about the seed Upon j Ayers1 i psi Take cold easily Throat tender relatives have LungsconsumptionI r Then a cough means a great CherryIt Pectoraldeal to you Follow your i doctors advice and takeIAyers Cherry Pectoral Itjj heals strengthens prevents POt yearS r hue depended on Ayes Cherry Iectanl for coughs suit cold knowiL greatly strenitheni weak 1ungl IRS P L WI55O c soe1I100 3 nR bIA1idrultl lItlfor BBjysssi s Weakimii u1 LunlslAyers Pills Increase the activity of ths liver aM tus aId recovery examination the seed were dis cohered tto have sprouted just as though they hud been planted in jhHs ground The sprouts were about two inches long and wouldi no doubt have finally burst front the pumpkin sand have grown vinesi and perhaps have prcduc je4 othur pumpkins eVE cOMED Hev JC Hos kinson tIre new minister ofthCi methodist church at this place eonlastgathering composed of the embers 9f the other protestant churches of the town which hac dismissed their congregations for the occasion The address of welcome vas made py Rev T fD Latimer of the Presbyterian church Rev Williams of the Baptist church also took part in the services which were inter estingj throughout Rev Hps kinson has made a good impres sion with the people here and will doubtless prove a popular pastor and of great good to his church SAl DEATH News w6received here last v Friday of the sudden death at her home at Gravel Switch of the young wife of Drj Richard Ro Bards Dr RoBajrds is a brother of Dr J- iB Re Bards of this plate and 1has many friends here Tho sym pathiise with bim in his sjd afflic tionHis charming wife was also known and admired here She was the daughter of Dr Evans of Marion county Dr andvMrs RoBards had only been married a little more thana year A HraYJ Load To lift that load off the stomach tale Kodoi Dyspepsia ure It digests what 1you gasBof the stomach that are curable are instantly relieved arid permanently cured by the use of Kodpl Dyspepsla Cure S P Stbrr a druggist at 297 Main street uKodollDyspepsia iving such univer sall satisfaction anti is so surely be coining the posithe relief and snbsc quent cure for this distressing ailment I feel tha I am aljvays sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recom mending it to them I write this to how how well the remedy is spoken of heije Kodol Dyspspsia Cure was iscovered after years of scientific ex pefimjents and will posiliyely cure all siomaich troubles Hold by all druggists Ir A FvsIei a Hea1c jGeo Ewing a practicing physi oian of Smiths Grove Ky for oyer thirty years writes his personal ex perience with Foleys Kidney Cure For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney land bladder trouble and enlarged prostate gland I used everything known to the profession without relief until I commencDd to use F leys KldnejCure After taking three bottles I was entirely reUeye4 and cured I prescribe it now- atyJin my practice and heartily ae mmnend its use to all physicians for such troubles I haye prescribed it in- undedsof cases with perfect sue e8s by Wood CnmpbellI told After Years Mr Matt Bradshaw aLd wife of Missouri are visiting the jfam iiy qf his brother Mr JTjBrads6aw on Cane Run street Mr jBradshaw was a farmer in the Eastern end of the county but came to town on election dayjn August 1870 the tfrst time negroes cast their suffrage nd took part in the race riot thati day Ais cojllar button was cut ofT by a bullet lind both heels n ijis boots were shot away at the same tune Like manJ others lie left the country thel next day to avoid arrest at the anas of United States Marshals overrn tlje lovnin a few ous alter the riot Thli is his econd visit back the other b ing 18 years agoHarrodsburg Herald BotRcct md A Iis shameful when youth fails to respect old ages hut just the contraro in the case of Dr Kinds N0w Life Pills They cut tiff maladies no matter how severe afld irrespective of old arJDyspepsia Jaundice Ferer COM stlpation all yield to thlperfoct 25e att 0 JH ydons drug IPUl l TkJl1ablets tiOtll1tt jI jA I1j ffiAl isthe-mIllt Most i Importanti qfRoyaVBaking years of scientific experience g i Every method ot brtadand cake raising has been exhaus tivelystudied in this country and abroad The result is a perfect prod PowderIno for it The purityand efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have highestIIt These facts mean two important things to all housekeepers P1rsttitIiyalak1a P8WII r IsaItkIMg4 tes wMkuc MW tSecMl flatJUyal felt t lag Pwrder pakft JM4 I ItI rto Uste f ROYAL o IJU 1ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 lalkiM Springs Mrs Will Gordon is bettoimt this writing EdvKa s has returned hoae from Illinois Misses Claudia and Maudi Royalty gave a musical entcry tainmtfbt last Saturday night jft honor of their many frier dsAll report a good time and foe music John Hungate altered th party at the home of Mr Sweazen ear Chaplin I S lasBurrkhieadbougbtabunch- of hogs from BrnuerArmsttcny at25Oahead JS Royalty solda oWto Will Hanna at 3c a poucd 1Ttt t everybodv would be aaorp than pleased to see a rood rain IAEnaJaTBicTc L If T rminuted with aa ugly cufco the log pf J BOBir Friiklik I Grove Ill It developed a stub horn ulcer unjjeidin to doctors and remedies lor 1 llYHrsThen BucWens Arnfc Salfe cured Its just as fOpA for Burn Scalds Skin Erapttotti andPileb 25c kt2 J Haydoels drugstore Couiterfeituf Wficifif Folej Coj Chicag ori lwifei Hoaey Tar as ath taHhtiremedy and on acc at of the great I FoleysHoney IofferedFoleya Honey aud Tar and refstany substitute offere A sa BO other vct i jtionj Wood Campbell wifstnttrs Sale As administrator of itbe estae of J L Williams deceased I will on the premIses oe aile vest of Polin on FRIDAY NOV llt1Q04 sell to the higbet bidder tfcett following property 10 M4i of cattle 15 shoats one mr 4emtUeco1t1sow1backjmare9sheep seed I wagon fraifee iadw r airf r ikel biBderj cideV Milt Mi otter article Will sao Masi time and place ret to ttigbit bidder the farm kmnae the UncleHgmry WiUiaW b Terms mad ic owm am day of sale jlMRsAdmofJWi1liai it ftti lP t ChrfPaia lacdr- 0d tins b ltOII atket- wr1k s iosqGe0rg1aL No- jiso peoIy i ie- hytekrsd astlsissiIke1 rA 0 cilGha this liniment ta trial aDd you will never wish to be without S0U by ITajdpna dr ur s tore THE NtWS4EADRPV- L1i1D JKVBK Y ThURSDAY S1AYEAR IN ADVANCE r =Ui SPRINGFIELD KY 4 i K L DAVISON Jr 4 Rio l1t pLTszR- briIt Iau LecilprI MIlO i 6s notices 10 cents por Calls ea ocwIMatM and political matter f vtipr1Iaar1b woic is 4oe at low rates but cosh toustt 4AiltrtIsig epHtttujts made on liberal ftij iji ObttaMriec Md resolutions of respect 3 t ints per line il01 fEmcN1f rty t1ai5tr4t g 1213 MltrlrtC tunty Officer 5OCII THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 1904 I For Circuit Judge IWe are authorised to announceSt I I H THURMAN 11 a a candidate for the office of Circuit Juijrg of this the Eleventh Judicial district composed of Washington Jtfaripn Taylor and Green counties subject to the action of the Demo- craticj party Great anxiety is felt over the prospects of more war While negotiations were quitly pro represenrtatives of Great Britain and Rus sia in regard to the Internation al Commission to consider the f North sea incident London was ilDoded q with alarmists reports and the population Was worked up to a fever heat of excitement Reports of the departure of the J Baltic squadronl from Vigo were followed by wildrumors that the 4British fleet at Gibraltar had cleared for action and stilllater rumors that it had gone in pur suit of R01estvenskys Squadron The Japs are still busy vorry log the Russians A series of ICouic1all ment of Port Arlljiir by the Japanese has reached Tokio The burden of the reports is that the Japanese forces are attack ing with increasing effectiveness arid are inflipting heavy damage 5on the Russian forts 4iakeNLJp As astray on my place a sow which has since given birth to pigs Owner can have same by proving property and paying for its Keep and for this advertise jnent W Pr MONTGOMERY Schoohousp n cijmock water livery scarce FIdaughter Miss Nora visited Mr George Robinsons family last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Yancey of near town andiMr Evan Sale of Mackvllle spent Sunday with 5b their father Rev Sale Mr Ezra Hawkins of Ander son county spent Saturday at- r Ldt 1 Sunday with his grandmother Mrs Sarah Gray Mr Dode Chester and wife of Monmouth Ill who have been i visiting friends and relatives 5berefor the past two weeks hahreturned home Willie and Edgar Gray atvisiting relatives at Rose Hilli and Harrodsburg this week Minor Parish bought seven shoats from S P Cheser at 4c prpoundcllrs Lucy Hustibn and sister Miss Lizziei Snider of Chaplin irIgrand parents Rev and MrFsSalej SItII Childrens FertilizerJt Thats a good name foj1 Scotts Emulsion Children ire like young plants Somel f will grow in ordinary so- Others need fertilizers The nature of some children prevents them from thriving 11Sl treatedrightM I gyilrfthey need is a little fer tilizcra little extra richness J Scotts Emulsion is the right IS treatment Fertilizersmakc things grow x Thats just what Scotts EmuI U iiond It makes children l grow jn flesh grow in strength grow rich blood grow in mind r pow Happy Thats what we aakeitfor rnfosMiip1e 7 IrI 0 409 rlSt IK 1151Ig13 ttsro GOO i D frtftf M ooqroWi kfWj rW 3ik V i t News From The County 4t I i I HappenIn t Among the CoUnty People 1 as Reported by our Correspondents g 1L1Sb IULflfl flJ1J1I tJ7flL VQJ MM l M M m MM bbb JjlillS o The NEWSLEADER was very ght and rosy past week buttl th thati e glad to haye the opportunity be represented in its columns We have not Jbjad any rain for six weeks and that was only a- sIDaUcme and the result is now a water famine Small grain that hnti iobtnbadly and unless re1efl wme S soon it will lea failure rr he people are compelled to dig andl blast in the bed 9f the creeks for drinking watdr as nearly alofthe wells and springs are dry ock water is sicarce and many are compelled io drive their stnck quite a djstance tofind water and we will likely bave tor go to the BeecUiin a few days The largest coin that we uave seen this year vas grown in a bottom on the jfarm of Z P Leachman It measured 14 in dies in length jan d was well filled with rows of large rich white grains of corui Others may have larger earsiof corn and ifIi so we vTOuldbe glad krthemtto make a reportSThe grand jury has been in session the pasc week and as usual soire of ar boys were wanted before that bod bu tour people have oeen very quiet and attentiveto their business and no law breaking that we know of but as usual when a p officer appears in this vicinity during court tie boys make themselves scare PolitIcs are still very quiet andI it looks as if w are going to nave a quiet election The speaking at towq county court day by Dr Brun r and Hon M Yonts failed to create much interest or talk among the yotels in ssthispredict a landslide but whichI way we will not say but likely 0ne way as the other F M Shewmkker sold a horse to a Southern man county court day for 160 P B Prather sold one to the same party for 13i DsBoth of these horses were aabeautiful black color and were communityOphe oinEverett Scruggs of Willis b durghugsdurinotnei r 105 per hundred Tramps are a growing nuisance in this vicinity and we think the correspondent from orest View exacfly right when he suggested t6 put them on a rock pile fbr that would do them wore gfocd than anything else and upridtramps in terrible plight passed by the other day and said tp your cor respondent thai he had happened tto a mysterious accident the night before and lost his socks The paople seemgIsome very strange sights and what they indicate or are a token of we cann understand but a inclinedl to think we will ave no rain for a out three years A citizen of Fenwick ttold us the other day that he re cently saw a man and woman each riding through the ele ments and that hecalled his wifes attention to it who w ui- onfirm his story On Jast Sun Jaj night some parties saw a nsh floating in the sky aid it was so natural that they could I thists rIft of Revelations s geightsmay be that these strange sights seen by the people are an indication of the close of time sqnJfromatrlpinwberejqeyha daughterMrsthe IV T Leachman sale at Bloom Wednesday Property of all kinds brought good prices Miss Maltie Montgomery a popufarwyoig l YIcinityyule to mrrke ber s icristerysforiliecity BALCS Although the time for killingr quail does not begirt until Nov 15 yet a great many of the locall sportsmen are not neglectingL m iwentsdes when the proper time comes Itp go into the field The crop of quail is said to be unusually short on account rtthe tlrouth LImany of the young birds dying n account pf being unable Ii get water t LILAC Plcasanferovc Misses Mary and Nan I3ohoney Lebanon are visiting friends in this neighborhood Mr Thomas Cl yd of Perry vilte is uisiting Mr rr G Show maker aqdfamily this week rnByonjyvillato visit his parentst Mr J I Martin is in Taylors vjlle onbusiness Mr J F Gregory Ileft Sunday for Boyle county on a business irip Mrs Mary Thompson who hat Sf been on the sick list for the pin few weeks is no better frG A Dohoney of Lebanon was here last week While here he sold his fire farm to Mr Bose Litsey of Texas for 10000 We regret very much to know th SatM itrfamily but we extend a warm welcome to Mr Lilsey Mr J L ShehanV WBS in Leb anoa the first of the week lookl ing for a location the farm n which he lived having been sold The Grove is going through a lprtofjapid changes and will sbon be entirely new to fiose who knew it a few lara ago Mrs J W Wall iis very low ith complication of diseases at this writing It seems that some lad from afar who has failed to make a good impression on our popular1 girls has taken his spite out on the innocent boys of this commu nity who are by no means re sponsible for his failure to make hit Some few days ago cer tain young ladies received lettsts filled with stuff of a very degrad ingi nature and which had a ten ency to severely injure the up right and moral rjpuiatiori of some of our most worthy boys Be careful young fellow this might cause troubl Mr John Goatley and wife of Kansas are visiting J F Gregee- rv eto and family this weckyMiss Monte West of Perry ville is visiting Miss tiizzie Mae Gregory The Halloween party given- S to the young folks by Mr rind Mi Litsey was quite a success and all was lovely until some smarty with hig gang went to whore the hprses were hitched took them bbt of the buggies tpok the Ipar ness and threw them away They aiso took the whees off and rolled tasrn away Dr Mudd was all smiles when ho heard it whis pered around that hewas the best looking man in the crowd but when he found his buggy and haaness gone some of the girls asked if ha did not have a false face on over the pretty one Through the combined efforts of the Grove and Poor Town people a literary club has been organized It hods vrceirlj meetings in the Poor Town scloolhouse The eloquence of the famous orators cause the Walls of the Ilittle schpolhonse to fairly shajre put their voices may be heard in the Senate Chamber at WishingtonD Csome day WiIisbiii- urMr A 13 Wells one of o popular merchants has returned from Louisville wheye hew ntt tJ purchase his winicr tiods W S Gibbs and wife visited friends in Chapiin last week What has become ofour vcl3rooksvillowould like to hear from them again Your correspondent was pre sented with two fine wagon loads of wood last week by some kind friends of this community The donation was appreciated very mucn and many thaniiS tothe cheerful givers and those who assisted in the work VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewerITIIRCS me fur grOW long ma neavy and keeps it soft and SStopst color to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsuJWr ILWco CufUXI Dri Lynch and family of BloornfieU spent Srndav with H T Lynch With a sad bud aching heart e chronicle ihe death of our loving friend iMis Lizzie Per hi Fopsher spirit took Jljght and returned to the Supreme Being who gave ito spend only afev short yeai in tbs world b low Lizzie was Da dutiiu d ugh or n nvingcoi pauion u llind mctljier she will be nvssed in her home her sent will be vacant in her chrchshe knewrner Her remains were interred in tlie beautiful ccaelery at th place on Sunday evening after a very impressive discourse by Rev T A Sims She leaves a husband two little boys a o5hcr and three brothers to t urn her death VVe extend our sympathy to the bereaved family We are glad to learn that Lloyd Pinkslon is iimproving rapidly from au attack of typhoid feyer Mrs Josephine Sutherland son and daughter aro spendingI the week with relatives at Har rodsburg J5oPuliiam- A Everything is very dry Inthiishsection nd wheat icolrs bad The sick are improving alhsw vritingRevi E W Summers closed a revival mEeting at Rockbrid e church Sunday This meeting was one of ihe grcaiest interest ever manifested in this part off the county Thre were28 baptized in the waters of Chaplin lRiver at Tatham Springs Mrs Martha Huvthorn from n Searrelatives in this community There is prayer meeting atl R laockbridgeday nightS tILw ritingliFENWICKI Miss Hattie Bowles spent last week with her siter Mrs WillI I nar1eySMiss Jonnie Logsdon spent Satur Jay and Sunday with het family of Ben Haydon We are glad to report the siIC better at this writing MLs Annie Logsdon has re tturned ITsisMiss Pearl Adams of Louis ville is visiiiug her rjarejits aL this placeSA meeting of tjio Teachers Association will be heldat Pleas ant Grove Saturday November 5 A Lice program has been arranged and all are invited to attend Mr and Mrs W G Adams and Miss Pearl werrfin Ray wick the first of MrsT J Nalleycft and Mrs A lherol Mackville tt Robert Milton sold a pair of eight year old combined horses to tilatehett J H Hcndren at U5 each adBWycoff Case bought a bunch of 135 pound bogs at 44c and a 200 pound bunch at 485 theWifeOfjRev hichhaslbeenweek with eight additions HB Powell bought a house nd lpof22 acres of Mrs Obe lJXi at2500 Pof session Jan 1 Wilbjir Ftter sold a farm of 125 acres to P S Baker at 35 per acre Possession January 1 IJ Jl Mayes and Son solda iJb11 Of 1000pound steers to5 Wtr u jiatchettat 8Jc J T Watts sold a bunch of 1200 pound steers to Gentry Bros at Danville at 3fc Miss Walsa Green a charming yoUllg lady of Sturgeon Mo visitingreatives here isI C T Camtentbought a 2j ear IbellII harness horse of Will Bottom atp 135 i George Walker and son bought two mare coIls of Robert Shelton Mercer county at 50 and 35 5 Den Gcratic C andidaic TKe following geitleman r re declared tIle rpnuieos6f their party for the respective county primaryggust 6th 1904 They are to to voted ton at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge BL Litse 1For Co AttorneT5S Maycs County Clerk W F Booker Repstntlive W D Claybrooke r Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of SehoolJ V Bush For JailerGeo D Catlett WsT Mitchell Deputy Trot Coroner Jj M Montgomery MORESVILLB Jepthal Cox has sold his IMr containing 127 acres to Mrs Farris at 45 per jacre Possession given January 2 1905 He alo sold to R YVakefield a pair of mules at go dlprlceu 1 Kirk Cheatuam hasIsola Lis farm at Booker to A WEddle man at 26 per rnacree he takes a horseat 8125 from Eddleman cs part payment Death visited the home oS Mr A G rigsby and took lher rom their only daughter Elmer Grgsby Cheatham who was married to Mr Palmer Cheatham last Thanksgiving day when she co l an n HdHer remains were interred att MtZion cemetery Peace to CerrmainsMr Mat Truax was in LOUJS We last Thursday mi business Addiison Humphrey pride private Mr Draft Sharp and wifeof r IKirltShaMsT Jeff Smith last weekI Tttere Were two car loads ofr coal unloaded at Booker and one car of lumber last week Several additions were made atMt Zion church during the protracted meeting which closed st Thursday Bro LaVance has gone to Tennessee to hold wo meetings inithatStateS Mrs Eliza Jane VaIl and two tIe boys visited Mrs Ella Pile at Simms last week Well the election is near at hand and we do not hearjmuch about it perhaps the reason for it is there is so little difference ini the men who are running on t peoplearo oIaivote at these polls next Tuesday Farmers are busy gathering corn which meets a ready sale at 50c per bushel delivered SS Sgn SSpringfield Opera House0I 3 EIGHTSt Commencing Monday November 71 fT Thee DePe STOCKS BurdeIttt t A big company of carefully selected dramatic and vaudeville- arfciss The finest costumed company travcJjng producing for the first here Three Big Successes The Lights of gotta j In Arizona or the Country Boy Deadwoofl Diek i 14 J4BigYafldeYfeActs44 I willleIreceiVcclamlreud by speciat aiTap omeins Prices J 100 20OandO BOG Smt Salej opens Saturday Nov atWood Campbells Drug Store Yon cannot cure pile by dxtcrnu application Any remedy obcjeltset i ive must bc applied inside right at the sent pf the trouble WaniZan is put up in a collapsible tube with a nozzle so that iit teaches inside and applies the remedy where ii Js most needed MunZah strengthens the biood vessels and nCrvea so that piles re impossible ManZan relieves the tt ahui almost instantlv heals soothes cools and cures Sold by Haydons iPharmacy FOLEllONYTA1 Iof topa th aufh piwpd bntalUDIt I- J cle Ages Tor OIciHickory jahd Studebaker Wagons k t1 Ii J o tiIi l McClRE L It t EALERS IN Buggies S Implement and 4 1 ssiys V iijttheg g CollarsWork 4 ft II qEEDWHET Cash Paid for c HIDES and FURS BEES Laxative HONEYH AND TAR An improvement over all ough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughsal SaltreiigthensGently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BY Pineulei Medicine Co Chicago USA Sd at Hay dons Pharmacy Farms for Sale =We have ir our charge for sale 1he followingf described tractsof laud and will takeJ great pleasure in showing any of them tot prospective buyers 4 McEiiRoY WHARTON 200 acre farm H miles from Spnngdeld good small house good barry place well fenc d and watered mostly in grass Pricer010 per acre 2G acre place 5 miles from Springfield right on the pike good house ana barn all good land trst class tobacco land P rice 1300 51 acre place li miles from Springfield Lane all lays yell and in high state of cultivaion small three room house and goodrbarn Price 1800 135 acre farm It miles from Springfield on pike farm all in rass dwelling stock and tobacco barn well fenced 35 per acre 250 acre farm 3 mies from Springfield nice dwelling first class barns and outbuildings ofrevery kind 140 acre farm 5i miles from Springfield 50 acres bottom lanS small duelling and largo barn price 35 per acre froml140 acre farm 3i miles Springfield good house and barn well fenced and watered price 45pEracra 163 of hud 7 miles from small house and good tobacco barn 05 of bottom laud rest mostly new land fine tobacco farm and plenty of limber Price 25 peracr 100 acre farm 8 nrles from Springfield good 4 ropm house and new tobajetp barn plenty of water and gopd tobacco and grass farm Price 25 per re- In addition to ttie above we have for sale good residences1in S pringfieldS 14ys Kidney cszr- crcs Ii t12vs and 4rLr h 1 A Good COillvtulon 5parklinf rcjcs and rosy cheeks restored 53 Ubtnpf DeWitts LUtTe Krty Riserssn writes S P Moore of Nacogdochcs Tz A curtaid cUrt for biliousness a smal pi1l9syto take easy lo act Sold by all druggists Pinlesvc aactslikd a poultice Sold b Hsydcms Pharmacy Only MaMs aBM Matter Jorsc Peraaps you have never thought t but the foot must be apparent to very one that constipationis caused by alack of vater in the system and the vse of drastic cathartics like the oW fashioned pills oat makes fa Ld matter worse Stomach end Liver Tablets are much nioremild in effect and whoa the properdose is taken thir action is so natural that ont can hardly realize it is the effect a medicine Try a 3Sc bottle fthemJJ r sale by llaydona drugstore 5RVRUPdURttS lJ1nESTIQJ N u Headquarters for al- tSUFPLS1FftflM S I I acres acres No 29 iI t 1 We sell GoalI Iii a tto a q f WEftS Grain F1d Seeds Weljandle giLTPhone Any from Bushel t constipation Chamberlains Disc V p Oliicr CChilled Ploys A BUSINESSor nttn t1n 1 ry to the youner man 1J b importance I n uu woua Win succes In life This beIng copceded It 13 get your training at th school that standsin thvery front rank Thh o 5 BUINE5COLLEGE rdN E Gorier Scetik and Walnut ts LMiI vIIr KY SOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers eich one one a specialist in hiS line Write for aTYPEWRITINGbeatitifpl graduates Iok gfivinff testimonials from ofi l over the United StatesIt wilt bsmiiled to occupying1 ateyarany tuner E JL SIDENT tprr BEE I I I MmKlI P sl tis Proas Haas the Hog severes Remedy which for more than21 II jjj b4epended Joq WI H DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE jm tI Dr HaaSt book a most may be haullt OUr store for the t 1 25 Jb r11 i ftr The l M diseases jfiI 25 Ib bfi 3SO 25e per pckae 15 r te Dr Jos Hans Live Stock j MFor Horses GaUl h pEt ibJ j its name impllC this a REMEDY j tYI m J onthtioner complalnth ASPlendldIt r Sjj 8100 69 AND Xc PER PAKA6E m FOR SALE KY- 1ftCALL FOR CIRCULARS SPRINGFIELDK KYi E EE EaI I fojjkr SHUCK McELRoY G C 1TfJ I t J 11 l 1 c d ICl I I fOffice over Peoples Bank Phone 42 A1 SULILIVAT IPresident Quantity Carload Tinido HtrroTS Hugology WOPEAK SecATrejis labsolute1ynecessaS EDUCATION I BRYANT STRATTON SHORTHAND prominentposltlons WRIGHTPR yeaahasstood rWIrentlycSIngthlsraiserandaaskingS pakageifowsliealthy Rtmady unjafl4AZIfromAMcLURE WELLS dUl Moliroy Wharton Insurance Real Estate Agents FirllLiflialld Tolado1iiurcs temdSoIdonGbfli L ANDON BAILEY 111 SS ra laeri HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE GO Ijhicrrattd t s STfllCTLY INDEPENDENT NOT IN TIDCOMKfliEt DAILY SALESI PROMPT RETURNS j y 4 MONTHS STORAGE FREf V 029931933935 WEST MAIN STMBET By CP t LOUJSVILLEKENUOy= = iijWiN wijIIIi IIA ItWij Wi Ilhe I est Iis ttheh estlh 31 rAnd There Is None beer ThenI = THE PAGS mm IIIB JFFKCFf = AenceforevetyPurpoge S t It will turn nytbinc aad can De run OftrJlfI kindofgrou d Al1Sizssaad Auort I Blrns IcClm 4 IIIJJ I I SOLE AGENTS Springfield Ky K mm m 1 f I k IJ l ORJJ I BURTON fDETItMTI6T TEETH EXTiACTED 1 fEHOUT PAIN- rciiga w =i IIjCklupsfaJ1I PRINGlEtJD ICY IA11f Dental W or I Strictl 1 iiFirstcissl DR d H LAMPTON J OFFICE IB Opera House l W FRlGSBY LAWATTORJEYAT rjfficti over JPcpples Bank BPRINPJLD KY Ifp SM Gperm DENTIST All kinds of dental wfrftthextracted without pam 1 pfiices formerjy occupied by Dr Hord Phone te SPEINGFIELDKY JBB BJD U W JYATT r RGBARDS Physicjus rtlT t il1i17S efnl Office pext to UlerkVOnlce JAMES GRAVES aL PRACTICAL Wathuliaker ant ie1erl f 111 i Carries a line of Watches Clocks and JewElryl Re pairing a Sise- Cialiyi t located atT W Sitnrns Jr old law officer opposite V Court House Springfield Ky J Dk1eFYTRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTY Office over Haydon t Barb Dental 5vorkJt raasonable prices All work guaianteed SPKINGFIELD KY t JDHN Y MAYES fUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMeALMER TELE HONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 II1IitFIELKT Have KOU Haufe- T Ji Q TO D- If so calluJl L ALLEN atthe Depot fREI HTIHDTRU KS Hauled Furniture Moyed rd anything In the haulfeg- Ine done carefully and att easonable rates- PHONEI 22 Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the EardV wn and SpringBeld branch railroad i No 4tLeayes Louisville at 410 pin Bardstown Junction 502 p m Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springneld45i5 pm No 42 Iieaves4Springfieldat 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown JU1ctonI705 a rn arrives at Louisville 755 am i No43Ieaves Louisville atl 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 atni arrives at Springfield 1240 pm jtJo44Leaves Springfield a 12Oprn Bardstown 230 pm Bardslown Jnnotion 4 35 pm arrives at Louisville t 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Beayes Springfield at 715 a m Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays only Louisvillei at 6 pm Bard jitown Junction 650 pmJ Bards town 735 pm arriyee at Bpringfieldf I 825pm9 1 = CASTORIA rS ImCuiU awl Cfcfliwa t TW liIi aAtRjs t I1 TOWN rw l w W ii iiW flW rnnwWID Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest J All AboutYouitseir Friends and Acquaintances61 i 31 MMH eJery FridayS PyS S attftA hadier s1t Bananas Oranges Lemons at J Aa Shaders V jynt agodsoruw I- haveit J C W Hagan WAKIED Second hand heat ing stove Inquire at this office 9 Fresh Fish and oysters every Friday at T Irvine iMcElroys All kinds of fruits and vegeta l bles redeiyed aiiy at C wO Hagans f New prunes evapordted peach es hominy flake beans etc at T Irvine McElroys Hagan Bros have opened the first shipment of articles for Christmas or wedding presents WUtfIKtHagan and get bet market ricetforiti Cash if preferred A special lot of trgimmed iias- from i 1 to 250 Sels them Mrs Williams Zi 1i Dont forget that I alwaysI pay more for eggs and butter than anyone in town sol it will pay you to see ine For yolir wmter bvercoat go to Grundy Claybrooke Mcln j tire They have a complete lirie1 and at prices to suit all NOTICE TO HUNTERS All persons caught hunting on my place willibe prosecuted by law BENJ EDWARDSp My stock of groceries is corn plete and prices are irigbtOall and convince yourself 0 froHagan Sweet Pickles new Kraut Pigs Feet Mothers Oats and all kinds df canned goods jus received by J A Shiaderv D Don t forget that Jam agent for the celebrated malt tonic It has up ecfaal Askjyour Doctor about Fehrs malt r C W HaginAgeLt Now is the time to get yoUr hat new patterns rew ready to wear aliat lowest rices Come in and see them Mrs Williams DIED =Little Minnie the in fant daughter of Mr and Mrs W LI McClellan died of bron chial pneumonia on Thursday morning Oct 20 Safe in the arms of Jesus If you want aa nobby madeto order suit or overcoat see Lum Abel and let him take your measure Guaranteed fit Guaranteed wear See his advertise ment in this issue i II Have you a friend who is to marry soon If not you have many friends wao Will appreciate a nice Christmas present Call at Hagau Bros and look at their fine china and glassware Many beautiful and useful articles LOST From niy place near Springfield a horse work mule about 15 hapds high with two white spots on left boulder Any information ieadin to its recov ery will be rewarded JdC ENSOR There will be pplitical speak ing at Mackville Saturday at loclock pm and dt Moores ville- Saturday night at 730 Hons D H Smith C CJ McChord and T S Mayes will be the speakers on the occasion and everybody is invited to attend Hon D H Smith spoke at the court house here on Monday afternoon on the political issue of the day He confined his re markes to Nation politic Owing doubtless to the fact that the speaking had lot been advertised only a small crowd greeted Mr Smith If you want your picture en larged caIlt and see me before ordering elsewhere I make a picture direct from the negatives tliat no agent can equal in an enlargement Something entirely new and far superior to a picture made from a picture fEACox Mr Joe Mansfield delivered his lecture The Lpom of Life to a representatijve audience in Lebanon Tuesday evening and It was well received the audience howing its appreciation by frequent applause Mr Man fiell 1TOPIOSJ M was introduced by Mr Henry McElroy Among the Springfield young people who went ever to hear it were Dr G M Shaun tv and Miss Katie Jain Messrsi J C Greene J V Spalding Thea Campbell and W H Wharton PjofJn A Fox General Sec rotary of tlie Kentucky Sunday School vA sociaton will hold a SundaySch ol Institute at the Baptjsii church at 2 oclock on the afternoon of Thursday Nov 10 The topic for discussion will be How to Have bitter Sunday Schools At 8 oclock in the evening at the court lhouse ej will deliver his stereoptican tec ture entitled In and Around the Holy Land Admission free Mr B D Lake has moved his cigar factory into the third story of the Shader McCabe brick building over the NEWSLEADER office Mr Lakes Cigar business ir one of the importapt industries of Springfield and has grown to such proportions as to require more commodious quar ters The Lake No iceO G McChord and other brands of cigars manufactured by this concern have a large sale throughput the State and a large force of expert ciga makers are kept busily engaged to supply the demand The afi6scololed mission ary of the Southern Presbyte nan church the ReyW H Sheppard F R G will lecture on his mission work iin Cen tral Africa at the Presbyterian church Springfield at 7 oclock pmJ next Sunday Nov 6t AH are cordially invited to attend Rev Sheppard iis quite a celebrated man He it was who with missionary Lapley pene trated into the heart of Africa and after great difficulty reached King Luebo who had forbidden his people to receive any foreigners Sheppard finally es Jjaollshed a Presbyterian church in that wild country which now numbs 2000 members Circuit CourtIV Judge 0 T Atkinson of Bardstown who was appointed special judge dunng this court by Gov Beckham duringlhe ab sence of Judge Thurman has been presiding over the Wash ington Circuit Court this week and has given entire satisfaction Very few cases have come to trial however a great many having been settled but of court or continued Among the Com monwealth cases disposed of we note the following Hay ion Coker disturbing re ligious worship fined 20 and costs Villiam Clements and Jack Brady hucksters charged with selling liquor withpuV Ii cense submitted the law and facts and took a fine of 50 each and with the costs Wilson Can ter John Comstock James Hen dren and Ed Jones pleau guilty to a breach of the peace and were fin d5 with the trimmings The case in which Albert Cut singer and Lewis Burton were engaged was brought up and on motion of the Commonwealths Attorney the indictment was changed and Burton being the only one before the court was given a fine of 20 This is the case which occurred last winter Lewis Burton vas found one cold morning hear the depot with a ghastly gun shot wound in his head The crime wa4 charged toAlbert Cutsinger and it occurred over a crap game Burton finally recovered but is disfigured for life The indict ment against Cutsingei was shooting with intent to kill but on a statement from the Com monwealths Attorney that he did not believe the accused could be convicted on that 1Jmrgea plea of guilty was allowed to be entered on the charge of shoot ing in sudden affray and a fine ofl00 was entered A case which has been OCC- Upying lila court for the past 11hree days is a damagesuitof A B Walker against Sterling Thompson The plaintiff claims that ThompEondidhim an injury by washing some tobocco in a pool of water thus rendering it unfit for use There area lot of witnesseS and there is some dis pute involving the boundary Hoe The case is being hard fought and up to the hour of going to press no deci3on has en rendered r uuAAIUtA U I A jiiDONTSDJNT boy Glasses over a UUtfiUCl ad sdect them furC may select a your vision for lyourse1faYou y 2tmay prove cheap Glasses such lenses are imperfectly ground and unlikeY DONT read in bed or on aS moving train 5 DONT read without your f Glasses or wittisome one elses DONT continue wearing your old Glasses whenyou feel that they ate notjjust right f- Its So Easy to Have Them 5 I Right f C F RUSSELL t Main St Springfield Ky PERSONAL Mr Arthur Mudd has returned from Kansas Mr and Mrs fH Bishop are at St Louis taking in the Worlds Fair J J McCabe andS C Hen dren have returned from St Louis Mr Ceo Medley has returned from business trip through the SouthMiss Elizabeth Leachman oi Lebanon is visiting the Misses Browne Mrs Margaret Peters is visit ing Mrs Morris Gifford at Pewee Valley Mrs E N Hundley of Leba non spent Monday with Mrs A R Shultz Misses Lida Grundy and Katie Cain left this morning for the Worlds Fair Miss Adiland Kelly of Louis ville is visiting Miss Alethaire Medley this week 1frsJ 0Abeland mother Mrs Margaret Bevil were in Lebanon last week Miss Florence Gray is visiting the famly of Rev William HiT vey in Lo isilIefA4 Mrs Phil McChord visited the family of ML Jphn McChord in Lebanon last week Miss Sadie Mayes has ijelurn ed from a pleasant yisit to friends iin LouisyHIe NfissVKate Wharton has ref turncdfroman extended visit to relatives in Louisville Messrs Charles R und Thos A Grundy returned from St- LoulsSaturtlayiiight Mrs Wai tor E Leachman jis visiting her mother Mr Margaret Leigh at Crescent Hill Mrs Imelda Leachman and daughter Miss Lizzie are visiting friends in Lebanon this week Mrs Nannie Hughes Powell of Lexington spent Tuesday with lier aunt Mrs Palmer Grundy Miss Myra Wells a sister of Mr T D Wells after a visit fl two weeks here returned home Tuesday Miss Elizabeth Sharpe of Bardstown was the guest of Mrs Margaret Grundy and family last week Misses Stella iSimms and Louise Medley spent the first of the week in Bardstown the guest of Mrs Plus Whalem Mr A1 Mudd has returned from Louisville He will spepd a week at home then leave for Colorado for his health Mrs Nannie Simms has re turned home after a prolonged yisit to her daughter Mrs R B BJandford at PineviUe Mrs WV Ray of Hopkins yule and her brother James Bughesof Blo3mfieid were in ttfwn Tuesday Mrs Ray is vis iting her relatives near Bloom field Judge 1 H Thurjnan and andDr M W Hyatt are atwifeI Mt Jackson Sanitarium of dianapolis InJ They will go to Marlin il1e later if not relieved of rheumatism at the sanitarium Rev J W Carter was called home rom South Park on Sun day by illness of his baby who has a severe attack of whcopiri1 cough He returned to South Park Monday to continue his meelitg A party of young people com posed of the following persons spent Sunday at RowanKnobs- Mr and Mrs R F Sutton Mr and Mrs Walter Leachman Mr Joe Clements and Miss Willie Knott Mr Will Leachman and Miss Robbie Simms Dr Shaunty and Miss Katie Cain Dr Glen C Wood and Miss Flora Mudd and Mr Herman Mudd and Miss Lizzie Leachman Arriving at the Knobs a bountiful lunch was spread and appetites made sharp by the autumn air and long Ajktttt iiwtttKtttttWrtt tAttttt1tLEO IIAYDON a U THOMPSON jr k 1s1 q trJ i l t Sc We call attentiOn to the new firm J tyt iyHi Haydon 8 Thompson ita I+ f Undertakers und Embalmers 7 k- VI iJichI 1 I4 5 Fully Equipped rtthe Business in every respect It4 gv li t H Phone 18 SPRINOFIELD KYII f ii 4 ie drive did not need any tempting tu do justice to the viands pro uided After spending sometime sightseeing from the van tage point of the Knobs the party proceeded to Lpretto and thence home n 4IMiss Fannie Sampson Wit lae DePewrBurdetta Stock CompanyI jj- A Big Company Coming Soon The DepeWBurd Co will open a tliree teIStofk gagement at the here beginning Monday jlNbv J7 Mpssrs Wood Campbell assure us as well as the citizens of Springfield that Miti will prove one of the best companies that has ever played here The De PewBurdette company comes hire highly f recommended by both the press and public They willplay three nights and one matinee tis said to be tie finest costumedcompany travel ing their wardrobes are gorge us The specialties intro duced between the acts are the best obtainable consisting Of Americas leading vaudeville people namely Miss Minnie Dupree Americas champion Lady buck and wing dancer Frank E Lynch the famous- ragtime singer and lancer Thos E DePew time great char actor comedian Thos L Brower in illustrated sonssi Miss Viola NappK who has created the greatest sensation of the age in her wonderful toe dancing and Prof Breen with his great Parisian Kalitechtio scope correctly reproducing time grejyb train robbery Mr Blue- Beard Jr trip to tIme mo6n apd time great New York tire scene The theatre goers should take advantage of this reat Seats on sale at Wood Campbells drug store Prices 10 20 and c0c New Line of Cfcearl Hats and Dress Hats Ml s Knott Invite3 the atten tion of the ladies to a new line of cheap rimmed hats ranging in prize from SI 50 tp SSiO Also a new lot of dress hats at moderiile prices on sale Saturday Come and inspect the new good for Sale Haying bPught a new one toe have a second hand hearse for sale It is in good repair and a gopd set of harness goes with it Will sell at a bargain S W ARNOLD Co 4t Mark ville Ky Notice No hunting allowed on my firm aid violators wilt bo prose cuted for tresspassv MRS FOSN KELLY 4t GF Browning Overseer Rings Dyspepsia Tablets cure i gestion dyspepsia and strengthens the stomach SoW hr Uayd ins Phr niacy aj Public Sale On the jWimsatt farm on theI Jimtown road I miles Springfield I will on- WEDNESDAY NOV 16 Beginning at 10 oclock sell the following property One 12 yearold work borse one 9y0ar old farm horse 6 year old horse 7yearold mare in foaltojack a 8 ear old cOm bined mare a good 5 year old harness mare 6 year old mare 3 year old work mule good mitch cow and calf 200 bushqls corn 15QO bundles extra good oats 2 stacks hay 200 shocks fodder 2 breaking plows 2 cul tivators one mowing machine 1goodas new onejDeering binder disc harrow 2 hprse wagon disc drill good as new and other im plements TERMS Sum under S10 cash That ambunt and over 6 months time with note bearing 6 per cant interest and payable at First National Bank k K B HAqAif BROS SM Campbeil Auctioneer PUBLI SALE OF LIVE STOCK RAJNEtc 4Having rented outs all of my land I will sell1 on the premises 2 miles nort of Springfield one mile on the dirt koai off of the Spiingfield and Iwl1lisbur turnpik on THURSJOAY NOVEMBER 10 At 10 oclock ira the following stck rain etc Twoyear Old filly two 2year old geldings 1 brood marej 5 head 3year old mu1e two 2 lVear old mules 13 head 2+ year steers 12 head of yearling ste rs 10 head of heifers 20 ha1of pure bfed Poland China hogs registered and eligible to registration from the best stock of thiscduntry 0 head good stock Logs all ages and weights 400 bushels of oatsI 500 bushels of corn 1000 bundles of oats 200 bales of hay 300 bales of Orchard Grass strawI 300 bales oats straw 2 wagons 2 pheatons hay baler binder mower hay rakes two discI harrows one Kalamazoo harrow 1 A harrow plows of all kinds wheat fan and orchard grass fan wheat drill tobacco setterI numerous other implements TERMsSums under 10 cash Over that amount a credit of 12 months givtn with a negotiable note with personal security bearing 6 per cent interest J LUTHER A BURNS Dinner on the grounds Taxpayers Notice The tate and county taxes for the year 1904 are now due and all persons owing same will please call 6nme or my deputies and settle without further delay which will add costs BYRON CROAKE litSheriff W C- j Cfibiteiaiis Girth RemedY is Pleas Too We- j The finest quality of granulated laM sugar Isi used in the manufacture of ghamberlaind sough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to tike Mr W L Roderick ot Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy sayskI have oseci Cnamberlalns Cough remedy with niyjchlldren for several years and can truthfully say it 11 the bet prepa ration of the kind I know of The hH dren like to take it add and it has no injuriods after enact For sale by Ray dons drugstore 4To Core a Coll it file BaT Take iAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure EW Groves sienat4re is on each box 25c itwtIiiijj iliww ililjtitiw NA Wi r- 1 I Ladiesd BtfnteC t t r f iI f g It would be hard to finda tnore ser fvlcjeable Garment than a EainCoat tg thy are Warm Dressy and Absolute fa Iy Rain Proof We have them in all the Newest Shade and ty1es and at IPries way below their realnIueI l 59 wf3 WU make iit to your Interest to i v 6 examine ourline before purchasing 3 9 1 1jjjj j I iI FURS 2 You r H should buy your Tars early t iniiomer to have the advantage fof 4 full it StQc o select from We have just 3i reqeiyed from the East a full line of t The Newest Fur Creations irHr Respectfully ttI ft r Robertson Bros t i Iir ij tmf ft tIrm WMJ t f ta a FALL AND WINTER I tti CLOTHES m LrLurnio bJ Tailormade Suits and Over coats Try and See ttJ Guaranteed Fit guaranteed VEear 122 li Notice beautiful t Brhwnand n HJ 11Gray 1111oJj c for fall and winter L JJtm JLUM ABEL fj I3LocaIAgent Springfield Ky BEE II WE HAVE I fj t Tools Tools Joohfc fI arid above all J the best ofToote i DIAMOXD EDiE i 11bei 11 everyDimniohd i j iJ warranted Ifit iU notu i repreaeitd retiirh iit to ue ndgtyouroiy Ir I WE HAVE i 4 1 ChiIi 4 Files Adzes and infact a Ml jifoe of eat penters Tools etc REMEMBER iI 4 wetrrantt everthing 1ft Danon Edge liner Call and see what we ha ve McEIrdy fr ShufllI rtmJl oImIlOtfEY s Ii IW cldrm a ffi irs N plat Iuvss w Prt I y wTTHNEVI9LEADE 1r iTOIt THE HOUSEWIFE It qarelIIt Mens Clethiag If the elbows of coat sleeves and the- JmeiHot the pants are stretched out of ifcape lay a damp cloth on them fold them Tip ad leave them an hour or more then lay them on the Ironing tMrtf Hiootk with the palms of the I adi and pull gently in every direct tlQs wttlllf is flat Cover with cloth I T ud preMwlth a hot Iron until dry flptjurinc and pressing the back of ctetfe coats will remove the slimy ap- iMMnnce they often acquire after wearing awhile If black cloth be eMurusty dilute ink with an equal l aatlty of water and sponge the gar jseats withit When the shoulders of the coats are quite gray use ink with iIoafdIluUng it Rub it in well and fd prssdryL c Heuachoia Help t t the rubAfter sweeping carpet over wiLl a cloth wrung out in vinegar and water and If possible do not let it be walked upon until it is dry The quu tlty of vinegar Is a teacupfnl to a Plllf of warm water and this treatment oT ten bjup wonderfully good effect In re vivlng the faded color of an old carpet Do not allow white gloves to become 7 too much soiled before having then cleaned They Lave to be rubbed so y wbanI to remove the soil that the kid b9 comes roughened and stilt Butter will remove almost any kind I ef stain except ink stain Rub it into j i 1be stain then wash quickly in hot wa tcr with n fine soap t Herao Surgery A bit of home surgery stated to have been practiced When a splinter is driv en Into a chllds hand particularly deep Is its extraction by steam says the Brooklyn Times A bottle with iisufll i clently wide mouth Is filled twbthiflis iwith very hot water and the mouth of the bottle is placed under the injured spot The suction draws the flesh t down wheng little pressure is used exil ether This is very efficacious when i the offending substance has been In for several hours long enough to have started some of Its evil consequences Does Array With Props Clothes props are a nuisance at Urn t best to all who use them as they are ft r always In the way and It Is inconvenient to pass around them when thcc particularlyVhoreweight of wefeclbithes inakca their use I t CLOTHESLINE STRETCHES In the ordinary method obligatory To overcome this an Iowa man has de mised the stretcher shown herewith In the Illustration the Iron frame Is fastened to a post and held rigidly in placemen the outer extremity jf which ore two hooks A ratchet wheel Is at tached to one end of a shaft while a guide wheel Is placed at the other with a catch to hold the ratchet wheel Jn place The arms of the frame have hooks at the end into which the shaft Is fitted A crank is also attached to the shaft by which it can be moved very easily It Is obvious that the line can Le tightened to any extent desired It Is also strong easily and quickly operated and can be removed from its fastenings without any undue labor A H H ehold Cough Sirup This cough sirup Is easily made and very good Take a small handful of dried hops and a small handful of dried Korchound and put in a cup of cold water Let this steep until theStrcngtb of the herbs is drawn out Then strain through a cloth Add to this one cup ordinary coffee cup of honey and two cups of sugar Let this mixture oU- r slowly until thick Pour into a wide mouthed bottle or small Jar and it Is ready for use Take one teaspoonful every hour until the cough Is relieved Brown Book What They Are Vied Per Now Tommy asked the teacher of a small pupil what are the principal uses of the bones In the human body They are used mostly to hang the met ont replied the youthful l student A CurIous Notice The manager of a concert given In a small town Instead of putting Not transferable on the tickets posted this notice on the door So gentleman ad inltted unless he comes himself 1 BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not boweland liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Mcdi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition minfiltAmerican breeders and farMers keep their herds and flocks kesIthy by giving them an occa ionl lose or BlackDraught Stock ad Poultry Medicine m then food Any raiser nIaybuya J25ctBt halfpound aIrtight can ofUlla medicine from his dealer vigorousitii1i ally keep BlackDraught and Poultry Medicine If yours dOes Mt seed 25 cents for a sample CM Jto the JHnufacturcr3 The I Cb taaooqtTes J t ooMlC aici eCo Chat OJJ N INS hdrrI I J pr51st bstt4fLPBROCXIItQTON A 5900000 CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of 5 ii- LIONr COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums l Il tow Would you1z like ab Check UKe This U11 tOil Afin nn Cash to Zion COfFee users in our Great Worlds Fair Contest- WI ye IwarIIS VtUjUUUiUU 2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in the Presidential Vote Contest i FiVe Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent atamp entitle you in addition to A thfe regular free premiums to one Vote The 2cent stamp coy 1 era our acknowledgment to you 1 that your estimate is recorded W You can send as many esti mates as desired I Grand First Prizi if 500000 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest j correct on both our Worlds Fair and PreaNl deatlal Vote Contests SWe also offer 500000 Special Cash Prlzesto Grocers Clerks Particulars in each case of Lion CoffeeS 190f How Would Your Name Look One of These Everybody uses coffee if you will use COFFEE enough get acquainted with you I convinced other such value for the money you will take thats ChecksIJ we areisingour money both well get benefit for GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS CASH Complete Detailed Particulars In Package of LION COFFEEWOOLSON CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO Hide In Sight Hide in a kind of hide the handkerchief In which the object usu ally something unnoticeable like a small c In placed where may be seen without removing anything for Instanc on the floor or on a table chair One of the players thus places It whileithc others are out of the room The lat cc jjntcr at n signalInnd begin to the object As soon any lie sits down quietly while the go on lie who Is lookjorjor the searchVhIttIIng flown places the object for Tree A species of acacia which grows very abundantly in Nubia and the Su don Is whittling tree by the nnu nl1rthe shoots hire frequently 1 torte by the agency of larvae pf bisects and swollen Into a globular blajdder from one to two Indies In diam tcrj After the Insect has ed from a flrcular hole in the Side of this Bwejlhrg the opening played upon by the wint becomes a musical iustrit meat sugge stive of a weet toned flute The whfstli ig tree Is also found In the West Indies Our Nine j Const LIslitK There art burning lights ned signals istretched along the American coasts oniiing a perfect link that the need never be beyond sight of one of the beacons One thou sand of tluse are located on the At lantic cOast 1000 are scattered along thq rivers i nd Inland Gtfb on the great lakes and 200 on the Pa cIfle coast lie Conductor t A threeyearold golng to church for the first tlmp was much surprised when he recognized one of his fathers friends taking up the collection Look iiother look he cried Theres Mil Drown I didnt know he was the con uetor TnUc cart Take care a game played by any number of ppfHOiis la several ways in one of the most common flour is pack ed tightly I1to a bowl which Js then turned over and rcraovetl lliving the flour Inn iiound On top of this Ts placed a small coin The III turn then r inove a of the flour and whoever lets the coin fill must pickit up from the floor with has teeth Sometimes each one saysTi ke care as he cuts off his portion of the flour aiid the game thus receives hIs mine There arc many substitutes for the flour and cdii One of the best a card house two cards on a pile made of the rest 4f the pick loosely thrown togcthen Each player removes ore card and iieiwho allows the card house to fall must pay a forfeit Tho game may be ilajcd out of doors with d Jlt He Hag stutlc iu a pull of sail frbrn which ch flayer a little on the cndof stick Cliantclcon ItoHcf The Chinese and Siamese are peculiarly skillful at botanical pehlevemcutsrose bloom is white in the shade and la the sunlight After uight or IWrfddark room this curiosity of the iosej Is a pure waxy white blossoim When tninsferred to the open air tho transformation 1m niediatcly steps In the time of the entlrechaiigc of the flower from white sunIthat your l y white rose of an hour peouythat What will be the total popular vote cut for President votes for all cal- dldat s combined atjthe electlpa M November 1In 1900 electIons 13959653 people voted I I for President For nearest correct esti 1 mates received in Spice Com panys office Toledo 0 on before November S 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize T 1 Second Prize 2 Prizes J6OOOO each 100000 6 Prizes 20000 10 Prizes 10000II 100000 20 Prizes 6000II V 1000006O Prizes 2000II 100000 250 Prizes 1000II 250000 1800 Prizes 600II 9OOOOO 2139 PRIZES TOTAL 2000000 I on LION g to it there is no Then no otherand why Iadvertising so that ofuyou as wewill n Hence WE AND Every SPICE OHIO J SIght Is it or as looking Is emerg Thonxanil 9000 so naViigator waterways J Is players each part wlthknlte Is ej removes 1l Japanese TlJisj ll k 8 Woolson or estimate 100000 as An Uxeltl ic Kite Experiment Two irilitary kites attached by tteolt l wlro to a winch wore sent up at an exhibition in England and the wind being strong a man named Baker decided to go up ou a third RIll larger kite made of light canvas with bam boo and Mekory woixl framework To this was attached a cane sent in which the man sat The large kite went up easily along the wire but at nUJlItl tilde of 2tX feet was blown to pieces Baker and the wreck were left dan gUng on the wire DoprjVed of the sus pending power of the large kite and with the weight or tile man clcpeuOjnK on thom the two snaller kites nail tbPo whole apparatus began rapidly to falL The men at the winch worked in thor wire as fast itS Jlble but the scout aWl the kites ciimc down at nn alann lug rnte ami at oiMJUme Baker turned a soniercault lie slighted outlic root of a villa mind tpCCl without Injury Carefully Gunrd Their Deed 11ttre with which the trek luli aiiB guard theIr allotment eertilicaitcs patenfj to lands and other papers of value has been the source of nrrtcb nnmseiucn rhe e p jors are never carried In a coat poekfct Jis a White man wo M protect them but are carefully wrapped In tifWiic and lplrtcel Inside KOIHC lurgo receptacle generally a satchel but of ten gunny sntkv Indians recently appeared together t the Indian agen cy In iluskogee to make arrangements for the sale of their iniuls by the gui erameht Ench carried carefully strapped over a shoulder a large meal sack apparently onethird full of some tliin However when the wrappings were removed only a Kinglol detul ap peared in ccli of the bags Kansyt 1JLv JnmuIIJ wThe lat cst gps ranch In thq1 country is believed to bo onoicoiiductcd1 by a Tesai farmer who keeps 50000 geese el Jag uiuny thousaiulj annually as marlpt poultry and thDJsands of jpunih of feathers at 10 contaIn pound I Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but iin people of advanced age it docs not readily lend itself Ito ordinary treatment Tbre is however hope for nih sufferers in 7Jr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters off grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed Itis not only a wonderfuJ curl for weak and diseased hearts but it is a olood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts acl ion and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation off tHe blood During the Civil var J contracted heart disease and in 1896 while Ji ing in the grand old town of Lexington VajI grew so much worse I left there with mywife to visit my sisterlnlaiMrs T AKArby at Roanoke nolhfug to anyone I never expected to live to rptum to the dear old town On reaching r rs KirbVs she insisted I should try Dr MifcsMleart Cure 1 procured a few bottles of lit aho the Nervine and Tonic After jif ilig one or two bottles I despairedofsisted on keeping it up which I did Improvement soon beian in earnest and I took in all fifteen or sixfeen bottles I was re stored to psrfectvhcilth and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir are a bcnefadjrand I cheerfully recom sufferinghumnsnityJ All druggists scjl1and guarantee first bottler Miles Remedies bend for free book on Nervous slnd Heart Diseases Addre Dr Miles M riical Co Elkhart lad Carom Hog Breeding There Is probably no branch of stock raising In which good thrifty breeding Is more Imperatively demanded than that of hogs says FarmerTs Advocate Care bestowed upon scrubs Is ten chances to one Ihrown away It pays and pays big to look well to the breed lug and raise your own pigs See es pecially that they have n good sire lie may cost you a dollar when you l celitslmute of the gala per pig which for a litter will amounfi to 3 or 10 Feoainjr Under Cattle The practice of feeding hogs under cattle is doubtless profitable and while we would not condemn the prac thee we think every one so engaged should In consideration of the con sumer feed them on u clean ration of corn for awhile before consigning to the butcher Meat lSu undoubtedly tainted to some extent by filthy fpod and nature should be given an oppor tunity to clean up Farmers Advo cute 0Fruit on the Farm Nowhere Is thieve greater need ot a generous snrply of fit than on time farm where the diet is apt to be re- strictetliil variety because of dts tance from markets Every farmer should raise a generous supply of the kinds of fruit tmt can be grown In hi locality Wivei and daughters on ttin farms should ilnd pleasure In serving these fruits III the most healthful anl tempting form There are a ilarge num ber of Miiuplu dainty desserts that can be prcparctl with fruit nUll without much labor Such desserts should leave the plcv as an occasional luxury Instead ot Ulowliig li tobe con hl rcJ a daily necessity In the season when each kind of fruit is plentiful and at its best a generous supply should be canned for the season when both fruit mid fresh ve ctablcd are yarceKUnlt ed States Department of Agriculture Uullctiii Vnrdonnliic Ccrlo ltr ut this height said the guide as they Iloosed on the mountain side to look at the valley far below people with weak hearts often die How often asked a deeply Inter ested listener do thieyhuave to die before they stay dead Chicago Tribune flehif So you enjoy hearing your wife speak in public yen answorod Mr Mecktori it Is a groat comfort to me to hear her describing faults jiiut difficulties for which I cannot possibly be held re spoiujible Washington Star- Gcttln Ills Punishment BariiQOiiO htu to suffer Ii thLi life for his sins even thought ho forsake them lloycs Yes JUngles wife married him to reform him they say Boston Tnuucript A Little Change I gave a poor uain two nickels to day For charity No for a dime Cleveland Plain Dealer 0 Rankled Julia what 1ias been in your mind since your marriage The fact that I was given away as part of the ccrcmonjV Detroit Free Tress WajrVp ararm at the head of ray class flows that Dick Teacher says Im the worst of nIl the bad boys In schoolBaltlmore- News I f jI4 he SPORTING WORLD JcBBinerii In Form Again Huglioy Jennings tho fonder Ntf Uonal league star is now the dictator of baseball in Baltimore In addition to managing the team Jennings Js also playing In his old time HCGHET jENNINGS form His batting fielding and base running are of the top notch order- Hughey la said to receive the liighcat salary paidin the minor leagues I The Gllddcu Antpv Cup At an informal meetlngl of the officers of the American Autoiubbile associa bit held In St Louis recently to con skier the conditions tiller which a 2000 touring cup shoulu Do competed for the following suggestions wcrfl adoptedSThe cup shall be known as the Charles G Gliddcn touring cup The cup shall be competed for annu ally beginning with time year 1905 by members of the American Automobile association or by any club Inthe world recognized by them Each contestant shall have been a member at least one year The distance driven shall not be more than 1000 mullen nor less thou 500 miles weekly nnd shall he over regu larly used highways The car shall be driven Uy the owner or driver approved by committee the owner being a passenger In the car The contests for the years 1005 hOOd antI 1907 shall be held In either the United Status or Canada or both The rules governing the contests shall be fixed by a committee of seven consisting of the president of the American Automobile association who shall be chairman and time presidents of the automobile clubs of America Great Britain and Ireland Franco Germany and Canada Rhlilln nnd Mtinroe Gus Ruhlin is only too willing to fight Jack Mtinroe Harry Tplloks challenge to time burly Swiss has been accepted fcy Billy Madden Ruhllhs manager who said that coo sldcr any reasonableoffc arcIfIfWOUlllsponsible club Monroe Is foolish to trtJ wlib can assuredly beat him As limit Masterson says Ruhlin tOok ten times more beating from Jeff Before stopping than did any other of the heavies and when time miner couldnt even tickle the champion with his pjunches what Is he going to do with a mhn who stood up under a fusillade of the bollcnunk crs mightiest blOws antI fought him back Madden has boon workings eilliUY with Ruhlln until the big fellow is as fast and strong as a featherweight It Is really remarkable how this overt grown Swiss lids been transformed In to 1 graceful boxer of the highest tech nlcal skill One has tod ubt if Man roe could put a glove orr Cjus Harry Pollok says that before the latch was rondo wUh Jeff Monroe promised Rnhlln a fight win or lose and that he will hivoup to his word McGInlySoidstO Nichol 1 Team PitCher James McGinley of the Hav rhlll New England league club liltS been sold to the St Louis Nationals lIe will not Join the tearti until after he close of the Now England league season one of the terms of the sale be lug that he shan be allowed to finish the season with the Havcriiill nne Playing Manager Charles Nichols of the St Louis Nationals visited flier hill rO enUY nnll closed the deal It be- Ing at his suggestion that the purchase price was withheld IlnrncMN Ilorxe Jottfneii Ethel Mac has at lust taken a record of 210 Texas 210Jj wilt soon lo inside the 210 list Pretty tough hornC lit his class that Don Carr Gallagher 2031 lsthie pnnadlanj bred champion Time racing days of Noble WHkjsj 213V1 nre over facIcM Cliniice r Connie Mack hiss boon offered first chance to pick the test player in tbO Toronto cHub at the end of the season for the return of Pitcher Bruce DO YOU GET UP- WITHALXiyiEBACK Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to knpi of the wonderful 21j KilrnersSwtJRoo- tuiair III the great kidney liver and bladder remedy j it is the great medical triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byIInent kidney and blad der specialist and is curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which is the worst jDrj Is not rec osimended foe everything but if you havekid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested inso many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers nf this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In thtspaper and send your address to in Dr KHmer fit CoBing jffl Wii hamton N Y The regular fifty cent and n n pf Swamprowi No Extra Session TThere will be to xtra sessibnj of ite Legislature and tbe nw- State Capitol wi11bebui1tn tthe site now occupied by the present buildings While none of the Commissioners have authorized rwilauthorjze such a statejhant the correctness of ifc is not a matter of further question or debate ir It has come from an author izsd source that when the Capl tol Commission ers meet oh No vember 10 they will be in session several days and that they will at the raeqting advertise for bids for the construction of the build iingi according fo the plans of Architect Andrews The actuall xorlc of the building will not be begun untilnextsp ipgIThe1Journal thatltheyevents Ky Journal SSheriffs Sale for Taxes By yirtue of the taxejj due the State of Kentucky and the coun ty of Washington for the years MondayNov county court day sell in froutof the Court House door the fol lowing property or so much thereof as to satisfy the taxes add costs to wit qltaxesI 1899 40 George Young one acre of lent taxes and cos sfor the years 1900 01 02 03 04r 1050 BYRON CCOAKE S W 0 SIDNEY OsBOiTRNE D S b Dr Dad ea Little frer Pi cu Liver His Sold lty Hajdons Pharmacy Jiiew theory that is proving sue cesful intbe cure of Goughi Lunp and monchial affections is ofT red ln Bees Laxative HoGcy and Tar This remedy cuts tIme mucus heals the incmbrunous lining of tho throat ItiLgs and bronchial tubes wards off Pneumonia and strengthens tJestern generally Croup and Whooping CdyghBfsappear before its use ua snow before the sunshine of Spring Its pleasant Sold by Haydons Phar macy WANTED Men andwopaen in this county representtablished house of solid financiall standing Salary 1o men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with Expenses advanced each Mobday by check direct from headqusrters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Add refs Blew tires p Dept A Mo Lob Bldg ChIcago Ill- A GnaraIit cd Gutc for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrrtl ing Piles Druggists refund money ifPAXO OINTMENT fails to cure any casc no matter of how longstanding iu 6 to 14 days First application gives ease and rcst5OJ I your druggist hasn t iit send SOc itt stamps and it will be forwa rned postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mb t ACont of 3Innr Slinpci A Cafte Tow u tailor luis invented a coat that can be turned at will Into a frock itiornlnR or oVehing drels coat Thc change is effected by the use ojt detachable and interchnngeablc skirts which are fastened tor the bdy of the lacingItthou can change a frock coat Into i morning coat or a dress coat by whip ping off one pair of skirts amid lacing on another and it Is impossible to diq tingulsh thc oinrng from an brdinnr- yseamSt James ciarctte 3Irtcyrr of n CattlcflnCr At tljc battle of Jeiu the standard of the I1Irst regiuieut of Prussian lius Bars was captured Ly the French mind the trophy its recently liccn dlscov eml by a collector at Potsdam In ah old curiosity shoK The poirchaser made a present of the standard to Em- i r01 William who has instituted an Inquiry its to how It lv that this stand ard which wn captured on Oct 1J 1SOO by time troops of Marshal Lannca came to be discovered la a Prussian bricabrac shop uiuctyeigbt years rff tcr It vras lost onnuc DX JtllUILAn extraordinary caise pf attempt murder has Just conic to light In Vest era Australia A package containing n venomous snake was posted to wire of n Veil known hotel hcerer wh was in n very delicate state of iiealtl at the time The snake was pa ked a parcel with a hole at one Tend to ndr mlt air Time postal officials however noticed the exceptional weight of th packet and feeling the contgntsunov lug looked through thc dpOrture aud into The eyes of the nnnke The shako was duly kiilcd but the author of the outrage has not y been found Louf don Post It 5To RemOTe Pencil Stain Cover with a paste of salt and leinori juIce aud lay In the sun all day et4 ting every hour with the lemon juleP At night wash with clean water and hang up Xext day rfcriew the appllca Uon The process Is slow but sure and wife Care of FlatlroB Flatirons should be wixshcd every week and always kept in a clean thy place Few housekeepers use suTHcient wax III ironing Do not allow your Irons to tccomo red hot as they TCll r J r AVegelabiePreparaiIoorAs- sImita ting theFoodandIIeuIa- Promo4e3 nag IkeS Jwels rf lM IMS HII Inn N Dig6onCheertuI- ness and estCoitains fteJkrO- pWmMorpbine nor raLNor Nutc OTIC ttrea8UJrSJNlllZIf1CI ZJ1fJWJi6 SJIt Ie tM I forCopiion WormsConvulsiolisFeverishness racsiaisgtri or NEW YORK tXcT COPY o w FREE i RECLTNIN i CHAIR CARS Pullman Observabont11 C Parlor Cars V f Dining Gars and Sleeperf On the Popula HENDERSON ROUTE Between LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS theWEJSTand SOUTHWEST If you want to travel on the Solid Com fort line Get the Henderson EabitItma good habi to acquire Ask the J agent for this routing when purchasing your tickets JJRWIIJ L UIIETF Pau ger Aickt 1m ftUHttr At LOUISYILLE TJSa Long Aadeaa CableWar j A lingo cable way which when com pleted will he the longest In the worlds to be constructed on the Argentine fde of the Andes mountains by the bnglijeoring flrm of Adolf Bleichert Co of Lelpsfc This cable way Is to extend fram the phlleclto station of the ArgeathwB Northern railroad for a total dlstasce of thirtytwo miles Ifc termination at this end will lxt14j33 feet above the sea level and ttiiT engine station that will be eretedgtt tills point of the cu bid way will be the highest In time world No less than elghtyaerea mlle ot rope will be required foe the cable way The proect will necessitate mtpj re markable engineering dlflkaltiec tof atone or two points the cableway wiS have to span gorges 2800 feet wide by feet deep I The cable way is to have a carrylag capacity of fortyfburtons of ore pet hour and cars each containing 1100 pounds of ore nreto be dispatched at Intervqls of fortyfive seconds ScIen tlflc American T lciilione la the Jungtf- Abysina Is being wired Some 1000 miles of telephone line have been put up and as much more Is being laid The Work Is no Joke accordingl toE erybodys Magazine The rains and tile poles fell The white ants ate up a large collection of wooden polos Then iron ones were put up which the simple native liked so well that be took thorn home to use In his business The negus stopped this aaaiMement by proclaiming death to the pole pU fcnrulHt his royal mandate cannot pre vent the Bandarlog the monkey people from swinging In the wires or what is much more delightful the elephant from scratching himself against the pples The telephone pqie Is a scratch Ing post for elephants The Cork Imdwtnr Sevenlynve yeaisago Italy suppltod t nearly nil the cdrk used Eaglaiad but the Italian supply has fallett oC greatly of late years la Mroy bees the trees have beeR cut dowa for charcoal nnd In others they 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