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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 r 1i ir NEWSLEADERI c i 3 oJ t IfHft j II1vj 4 r t t I ii eriesV01 XL Nd 44I SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON dOUJvTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 10 1904 f1100 A TE1B f 1 F t Ji i jJ 4 fli yi OUR DIRECTORY ffSPRING7IELDcounty seat 0 tiJ W 1Toyyh ou DardstowI branch 0OW4osviI1e and Nashville railroad fanning and agricultural district Twp Ranks telegraph and telephone tinel expssoffice flour mIlls lumber t6h yarAf Potation 1100 population of eokaty 1500 f 1 Heiwesentative Congress Hon D fl Sf itb Hodrenville Ky FRepiesetitatiYelature Hon W D Claybropke- Jjjg Representative inState Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky County IMf tforjr CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mocday in February May and Octo bsr Rolilurham Commonwealth AtW fonieyj- P1 JK Campbell Clerk M tG I eaclunamYsterCommlss 1 eaer V J l QUARTERLY COURTS Quarterly Court is held on the third onday in each month B L latsey Judge COUNTY COURT t County Cc trt inecjts on tbe4fburth v Moudayin Cichmeuth ti BI4itsey3Udge W F Booker County ClerkWi TS May es County Attorney Geprgc Catlett Jailer T Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham Sidney Osborne Y R n Mullican Depatbj t Ed Masters Janics1F Moore County Surveyor J JI Royalty Assessor T T IMDBry an Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer N J J torCoroncrc i p in Schooli P0 Springfield roI CIT COURT James RNoe PoHce JudgehJohn GMC2 afiwHxU W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE CoU TeJntice Courts are held in January to AiJril July and Octoberp tiureli rectoryw l ftMETHODIST CHURCHs ev1 C HoBkinson Pastor Ser vices oa the First and Third Suudavs In each month at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday choplevery Sunday at 10 anicu PrayermeetiflCVYWto night CATHOLIC CHURCH c- cRevifFnenness t y Pastor Ser vices erJ3undaY at 8 and 10 oclock f a m Sert1ces at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felir Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday in each month oaPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M f IaPzeacblngRev L p L tmet Pastorm and at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thuftday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCHcr Rev Wm HaiUllainPastorp Preaching every l1n ay and 730ptn Sunday School every Surfdayat 930 Em Prayer meeting at 8 oclockc every Wednesday evening ==It Fraternal 4I MAsosic LODGE rSpringfleld lod gee No SO meets frt and third Mouday in each month Washington R JA Chapter No S7 meets every second TuesdayTj Spriky field Council oS2 meets ot1a trt lourthMonday itmcHTsof TIrE MACAaEB MeetII first Wednesday in each monevery tt ANIrAMERICANImC j Ci Lk1RUSSt ml v I fv I t I I trials VNoV Zaiy LICHTji I Srrerest I II I i crertJJllcvcuaovcs1 I K f1 For sale by CJ Haydon T Tbat wfal grinding scabbing pain the b cki3 from tile kidneys A dob oPilieulea Till cue it oyer iht Pineules isa Jievr discover Y tptiaedy and ipecific for all Kidney nd bladder troubles Fold by 1hyI yOJsharm inaau Cure jDWitli WltckHzelSa1ve has Iji f d tMituis lQfPiles I i tToLDW1t Witch Hazele IllY tP4iI hIS aree e d Uoa pit our AtHtW writes O H LaOroix of ZayalkluaauatuKftf s btb c t Pilel Itt citr ae perma JMdJyi ldby aUjntJiata lf Ifl f t fPP 11 JrtfiJ fi ifi mrliiiwt mw ist1 g H f 1 RIIND Of TALK j JMM w iM Jffcmlc Cimcj Bkk to the farm r t Johnnie our Johnniej come tack from the town And the bluster that wins your re grd or ve at the old home are somewhat J down J LAnd ourway is ge1t1nghard 1jTime and again you mott er Avilliook IAong the way you wehl annpethatworld took Once morel homew r bent Come home my boy from the citys harms They say theres enough of tin j i e are waitingi herefor strong young arms DTojtWewantsomebodYto tWhen the clock han s point to heaven v Somebody to sing across he corn lt the hour of six or seven when the sun is down a ud the cows are late Who now can make the n come JWeAnd whistle the horses home I e are wanting a boy to sit 0 nights Just like you used to dot o set out our lonely way to rights And that very boy is yoi Stanley Van in Farm and Home I NDANGERThe Burley Totx bacco Growers dissociation which has interested the Burleys tobacco growers all through the counties appears to bed danger of failing iin its object n account of thej slowness among the tobacco men in taking old pf the proposition to pledge their orops The New YOrk capitalists who are bracking the f- interprise demanded showing be made of the work accom lished in securing contracbs ith the growers up tjo last Satw urday but Presiden Hawkins cured an extension bf time ofy another week and thgjgrqmoters a have gone to work with reiewedw vigor and still have lopes of se ring enough signed contracts make the organization a go Workers for the sucCess of the i mpany ij were stationed at the voting precincts alii over the Burley tobacco district last Tuesday and every tobacco grower was furnished with a contract and asked t jjoin and pledge his crop to th company nd it is believed that in this way enough will be secured tos ake the venture a success Asp r as Washington county is conw cerned the tobacco men haven taken hold ofthe matter fairly wen and it vis estimated that about 60 per cent of pe tobacco op of the county has been ledg c Those grwers who j have remained out however finat objections to the plan and many refuse to be convinced that it t would be a good think for them i t has often been remarked that the farmers will nofe organize 1j ven when they should easily see that organization will be oftj great material benefit to thems his Burley Associ ion claims s its mainCbjec object to fford a relief for the tobacco growers against the tobacco trust for alleged oppression in the way of prices Many of the growers while expressing the belief that they are entitled to higher prices for their product than they have beeiji receiving prefer toIllay Icrv and let others help outs the c rganization and iif its a go alrightl all growers will sharialike in tho benefits received from higher prices If a grower honestly thinks t the old way of mar keting his crop is 11 right and he is satisfied and djpnt beligve in the Burley Association he iis perfectly rierht to stay out He has a perfect right ito his opin ion The fellow who holds back and expects to get the benefit of the efforts of others in perfect ing the organization without committing himself jto anything donb deserve to etjany benefits iHOULD TAKE WARNING JThe recent severe drouth in this county stould provide earningto the fa rnjers and stoc raisers who have suffered all kinds of inconvejni ince and expense thereby Hdarly all small streams springsland ponds hare been perfectly dry and useless and the farmers hve been com pelled to either haul water or drive their gtotk great distances to larger water courses The drouth this year is of course an unusuall one but still there is no guarantee that such an one will not visit this section again next year or the years to follow The question is will the average far mer lie any better prepared for another visitation The chances re the majority of them will not for many are too muchin lined to be like the gentleman from Arkansas who didnt patch his roof in dry weather because tdidntleakThen and he couldnt work on it while it was raining uiing the dry s ll about all ol- he farmers timers taken up in hauling water and when it has rained nil the springs anu ponds are filled If a farmer with no water supply 6n his farm would stop to figure a little he would soon see where i would be econ my for him to goto work and have a few good wells dug or ponds made on his place There are many farmers in this county who hav either been hauling water with a wagon and team for weeks or have taken up their time driving stock to water If he time consumed iii this work would be cQunted up it would oon be shown that it would amount td more than the cost of diggitig a good well or twoI which would provide against a repetition of such occurrences Q ALYATION By the way jLy the inhabitants of Spring eld are indeed fortunate in this matter of water supply The public water works of the town have been a blessing without hich the town would be in aI bad way indeed Lebanon Dan ule Stanford and other toWIiSI although provided with water orks systems have been threat ened with water famine but the supply from the Springfieldres ervoir has been used freely as f inexhaustable Since the in stallation of the new filtration plant thq water has been purified and is thought tobe the most healthfulwater to be obtained in t this vicinity l CT EWERS There is a public JJ matter which is forcing it j elf upon the attention of the of Springfieldl and one hich the local town authorities ust of necessity take up and give some attention to It is the J question of sewerage for the town Since the installation of the water works systeni it has been apparent to all that as the own grows and the water sys tem becomes morO in use theI town would be compelled to put in a system of sewers What sewers that have been put in so far have generally been built by private property owners and they are after all but a make hift This very makeshift has now beplpa nuisance and a menace to the health of the com muhity Some of these private i sewers wbich empty promiscu ously at lmost any convenient point have become seriously ob jectionable to residents of cer tain localities and the Town Branch during the present dry spell has become a filthy nuisance and is doubtless responsi ble for several cases of fever in 1itsvicinity A goodjsewer sysr tern is necessary It will cojistf money of coursemore than the rtown can raise probably from its present sources of income but some provisions should be made for providing the revenue A bond issiie is sometimes regard ed as a burden buij attimes som su h a measure becomes a ne essity We believe that just such an emergency has arisen totface At any rate the situationi should be carefully studied and it is up to theconstitu4tedauthor ities to take the matter under serious consideration SdifTerena fodhekcough lung l troubles It contains Antiseptic pro perties that destroy the germs anii Solvent properties that cut the ph allowing it to be thrown off mov the bowels gently Cures Cronp Whooping Cough and Colds n ono nght Sold by Hoydona Pharmacy Mansfields LectureT Lebanon falcon Tuesday night there appeared t upon the stage of the opera house in Lebanon a young ulan Be had come to lecture His subject was1 The Looruof Life There was a more handfullo hear him but this is the acceptedII fate of genius The fortunate few who sat under the spell of- his voice for one brief hour went away wondering They had never heard anything like it be fore from young or old Joel Mansfield is but twentyfour yet j he spoke as onewhohad probed life to its depths and bad held comtnnnionVilb the Infinite It would be futile to attemptL an analyzation or to detail the triumphant sweep and swing of this remarkable lecture From the first word until the last the thread of his speech remained unbroken It wasa re velation to look upon this beard less boy with his placjd face and his calm eipressiv eyes then listen to the burning words of his genks It was a ponderous subject which he had chosen but he lifted the burden nobly by the might ofI his mind and shaped it into perfect form He balanced it with the skill of a conjuror and in a rich easy sonorous flow of voice he im patted his knowledge to those whosat before him amazed and striving to grasp th 7subtle but truo meaning Qfitalt He approached great primal questions with respect but with power His argumentt at all times was logic absolute It was no mere jutiible of words with which this strangely gifted than approached his audience His diction was flawless his rhetoric free from error The theme of his thought was farreachicg allembracing The current of his speech was ptire and clear as a mountain stream now narj rowing iinto mighty vehemence among the rocks and crags of superstition forcing its way through benighted ness and er- rOr then broadening gently over the ilower strewn meadow where sane counsel and universal amity dwell in brotherly love His discourse was marked with a reverential love for God and Nature and words which rolled like unceasing music from his lips were as flowers of the soul and blossoms qf the heart A futtfreawaiis Joe Mamfield A future resplendent with honor and glory and well doingfor no one can listen to him and not be a better man or woman Much more iis due thTs man than the poor appreciation which I have striven to setdown here He will conquer he will over come for it is in him Success shall be Ibis handmaiden for Knowledge is his and Knowl edge is Power EDWIN CARLILE LITSEY v OnlY MaIds a Bad Matter Worsec Peraaps you have never thought of it but the foot must be apparent tot every one that constipation caused by a lack of water in the system and the vse of drastic cathartics like the olfl fashioned pills only makes a bdd matter worse Chambcrlains Stomach end Liver Tablets are much more mild in effect and when the proper dose is taken thir action is so natural that one can hardly realize it is the effect of a medicine Try a 35c bottle of the m For atc by Haydona drugstore A Hravy Load To lift that load off the stomach take KodolDyspopsia Cure It digests what you cat Sour stomach belching on stomach and all disorders of gasI stomach that are curable are relieved and permanently cured by the uscof Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storrs a druggist at 297 Main street New Britain COLt says Kodoli univcrIlsatsltiifaCtiQni coming the positive re icf and beI ilmenllJand gratffy my customers by rccom pending it to them I write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific ex periments and will posilively cure all stomach troubles Sold by all druggists lebanonlocals Prom The Palcon Shortly after noon Monday the little 8yea old daughter of Clorino Parrott colored was drowned in the old pond former used by Mr A Offutt when ran a saw mill in the Eastern dilY of the city Her mother her for a bucket of water and she 1 st her balance und k in A smaller Child that jjell with her ran home and told mother but before help uqfortunaoeLcbIld was tdleaJ TllJ3IS the same pond in which the little Blacketer boy came near losing his life some time ago and con 011svaterf ri Ike Robirison the negro man l1 Thompsonjlfound dead at his hcme here this morning About a week ago he became involved in a dtfficulty with John Shuck colored in which he was severely beaten The stock sale of TM Estes Tuesday resulted in change in ownership of eien good horses at the following prices A bay filly to Mr John Grundy for 175 three bay gelding to Messrs Wade Richards for 125 115 and 129 and a brown gelding for 144 a gelding to Mr John Roby for 130 a bay filly and a bay mare to Mr Je H Christie for 85 and 140 a bay gelding to Mr J B Watheo for 100a bay filly and a sorrel mare to Mr Richard Taylor for 120 and 110 Several head of cattle and other stock weresolJ at most reasonable prices Fa70redBY Both Parlies Republicans and Democrats alike praise Foleys Honey and Tart for coughs colds and all throat and lung diseases as no othAr remedy can compare with it It Iis safe and sure F T Slaer merchant 171 Main street Gloucester Mass writes Foleys Honey and Tar cured me of a very bad coughwhIch I had for thr e month ughothrrremedies failed to bene fit me I can highly recommend iit for coughs and colds Sold by Wood Campbell Commissioners Sale Iv FRoyalty guar etc PIts EquityCleoBy vIrtue of a Judgment and order ClrcuitCourtthereof 1904 in the above cause 1 sbSlJ proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY Jbv 28 19C4 fLt or about 2 oclock jim being hllhcstbMderfollowingdescribed A tract of land situated in al1dboundedginning at a stone on a ridge corner to Ei Gardner thence S 63J w 52 poles toa sone thence ri 19 w 230 poles lo a stona thence N 831 w24 72 poles to the conter of the Mackville and Bethel church turnpike thence with the center of same N 4i 12 6872 poles N 30i E 18 poles and N 58J E 424 poles to a stone cor ner to William Moore Jr thence with his line S 36 E 584 poles to the beginning containing 25 acres 2 roods and 21 poles For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from data of sale until paid and having theforce and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G I E ACHMAN M C W CIC iMore SaQotlng at arrod burg Led Reed a colOred employe of the Daiiville extension Of the Southern railway was shot Sat urday morning at the camp near town by C W Shelf the commissary clerk Reed whp is considered a very dangerous man had armed himself with a shotgun and had beep bulldoz ing everybody about the camp that morning He went into the commissary and demanded cash lor his time checks It was not pay day and Schelf iefused to settie arid Reed attempted to shcothira Schelf and several others grabbed the negro and the clerk got the Jgun and as Reed attempted toifuVfired the loadInegro was not Slrll USly hurt Invesi gation showed that Reed was wanted at ShelbyvIlle foibur glary and pc was taken there Monday SchelfI was acquitted 1TuesdyHerald 4JdflflteifeitiDD tile GenainB 8Foley Co Chicago originated Honey Tar as a throat and long remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations arc offered for the genuine Ask for Folcys Honey all1 Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other ore paratonwill give the same satisfac i tion It is mildly laxative It con tains no opiates and is safest fa byWoodPlnlesve aacts like a poultcc Sjld by Hiydous Pharmacy 1 ScrusviIIe As our little village has been silent for some thnewe will try arid jot down a few items once more Sincq Qur Ilast items appeared yVur corespondent has lad quite a West rntoLr spending seve ral day at the Worlds Fair4 and visiting Other points iu Missouri and alsoTexas IMr M V Crouch has returned homo after an extended visit tto Illinois where he has been with his sons J3i3 Crouch formerly of this place and RJ Crouch fprmerly of TPolin Rev Sommers closed a very successful meeting at Rockbridge church on last Sunday Twenty seven profess ons were made and quite Christian spirit was awak end among the pepple But while we had such a good meet lug how we did miss the pre sence and the help ofourvdear and beloved ex pastor Rev R Sale who iis now too much en fe bed by old age arid tbeinfir mijfcy of health to ever be with those again tbat he toiled and labored among so long so faith iulJyandsoweIl Little Berry Gordon son ofr Squire J H Gordon who has been sick sp long seems to im prove very slowly Will Snyder and wife of Chap lin were tcje guests of relatives here Saturday andSunday The Saints f cftheCliutch of God at this place are holding meeting which is being conduct ed by Revs Fitzwaters and Watts Mr Al Reddix arid family ofI Evansville Ind visited relatives here the past week W S Brawley has sold his farm to Dr W W Fyatt We regret very much to lose Mr Brawley ahe is one of our most enterprising citizens Willie Smothers who has been oQ west for the past few months returned home list Saturday much to the joy of his manj young frieodsI A Rnnaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Oher Franklin Grove IlrIt developed stub torn ulcer unyieidingto doctors avid remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve Cured lis jjust las good for Burns Seaids Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c tC J Haydon drugstore Sale in Nelson Mr W rp Leachmans sale of personal property took place on the 25th inst near Bloomfield A large criowd was present and everything sold welh Mr J Lee Bjridwell the auctioneer re ports the sale as follows Five dehorned cattleweigbt 950 pounds each 32 pet head two seers weight 050 pounds ach 3550sev n steers weight 700 pounds each S150 pen head 85 milch co st iriajority of them dry 25 to 4850per head seven strippers from l4 to25 each four nice Shortboro beifers wei lit 650 pojandseach 21 per head yearling black calf 2350 sevenyearold horse mule 105 mare mul 99 threeyearoldiI grey gelding 139 two yearold I sorrel geldings 148 4000 bush els of corn in 100 bushel lots from 47 td 4S cents per bushel ten weanling calves from 850 to 16 per head cloyerl and timo thy hay jrom 40 cents to 50 cents per hundned Standafd Ayers Give nature three helps and nearly every case ofcon sumptipn will recover Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralNourishing food comes next Then a medicine to control the cough and heaUhr JunEsi Ask any good doctor I flint used Ayer Cherrr rctaAJsay rt I he seen terrible easel of luntdis MM cured brtt I mn nerortrllliontn ALBWtr ILunLTOV Mart tUrOMo COrAll dnnrcitU jotjMwell Consumption IHeatth dands dallyactlonof the Bowels Afci naO with Ay r 1I1s r r 1JGood Ile 1lth6 to the IIIII 1 Children ur 1 nrI Children especially are fpndof d in1jt t 11 1to 1 I JIfula pure and perfect baking powdr J jt + RoyalI Baking Powdef is indispdisalfet I in the preparation of the highest quality rl of food It Imparts that peculiar light i nesSj sweetness and flavor noticed in dxi fLi tfinest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc gi and What is more important renders the food wholesome and agreeable ttowyoimg and old rK v 1 POWDER CONEW YOflK ii fr1 t1t fiNHfi i iiiii li iI t = I Of LOJLINTIRtSJ 17 fIr1 N Hnnr1FT ff iNTERESTjNa The 1 ec t u rei given ati therPresbyterian church on last Sunday evening by ReV W S Sheppard a colored mis sionaryof the Southern Presby terian church on his work in Africa was a very interesting discourse Rev Sheppard has passed through some very thrill lug adventures among the na tivesin the Congo country where he has done a wonderful work in spr ding the GospelI He went to that jwildcountry about 13 years ago with Dr Lapsley a resby terian evange list and a Kentuckian but before the work among the natives had fairly begun Dr Lapsley died of Jungle fever and Sheppard was left to carry on the work alone How well he succeeded is shown by the fact that in a wild tribe on the Congo there are now 3000 converts to the Christian religion and many of the bar borous practices of the natives have been done away with Rev Sheppard tells of these iiilteres ng experiences in a plainfcfodedt way He is going back in the spring to take up the work where he had let off MULESALEsrhe inulefin dustry naS always been amore or less important one in Vash ington county and within the past yeai or so it appears to have taken onf new life owing doubtless to the general advance in prices During the past week alone mule shippers have bought m this county fat cotton mules to the amount lf over 11000 Thesales were as follows J S Yankeysoldto Hudson Bros Co Louisville 30 head at StIO per head These will be the Ifirst cotton mules to go out of the coull ythis season Mr Watt OBryan sold to Hillary Bell of Nelson county 25 head of mulesat 150 per head for de liveryon or before Ghtistmas J R Wake ield sold to same party 26 iiead at fl25 to bede liverei December 1st Besides these sales of aged mules there has been an active trade in wean lings and yearling mules this summer iudI fall and prices have ruled gpov The money brought into the county from the ae pf n llsintbecdujie- oiyear makes Vkfe itemtn tho revefane of the people LOST A FREAK Mr John Riley the well known fatmer of the county had to die recently genuine freak of the turkey fain Uy The turkey ws hatchedt with four lplly developed legs all the same size and all videat intebde forue The curiosity appeared tkgrow and thrfyje wrtli tife rtrtrt7 kind unUlii4 tell aTicUm ttoioofe of the meroos dis awyat young iuri keys arehelrta- 14GISTATIONTh l supple nienjtal Tegistratlon before the 7 County Clerk for tha thre days last week amounted to 36 of the number 14 registered as Demo crats and 12 as RepuNleansi iItionvoters which according to tile usual allowance of five people to each voter would make the jjop tulation of Springfield 1500 v Mto Guilt B CW by locil applications as theyaot reach the diseased pocWon Oftbtic There is only one way ta ctureAaf nesi and that is by cH itMoal remedies DeafB s isr caud by aft inflamed condition of the aauoonsliE inof the Eaalachian Tube Wi this tube is inflamedymt have a rMtln l i IIWhenstore to its oral coEltLisi IMH X ing will be destroyed fp Yr HHW icases outof ten are caused by Catwrh l which is nothiifff but as ijaiaand ce + dition of the niucoussrfacs t We will give One iHaa rc4VlJ ltaNt J for any caseoftafMH YcttueclVy catarrh that cannot becMiri by Ibilii Catarrh Care Seed fprelre wni free FJ CHEN Y 00 Telwte 6 l yl SoW by drufrgitti 75c Take Maui E i1vPi1Iaf r COnitlpiL I For Sale PrivMely 2 f rf f d r ibusinessi 11story J fwithf tGroceries Jq sils invoice 11000 to j200 ako my two storydwelling 7 roows t ilarge hallabort DdbeIo1ftI 14 1tnewgood milk house Lot If aiea Can be boQghtyeaio h IIos r Thou J OMAY 2tncs LIZ I jW rnan as peraatTmspiiIa tive Of big IIfna oom rl jii pany to look after its bithieu Tk fLtoryJ t fL established Silarpr ISO week and expenses Selftrf paid weekly froqiiosnE oftofc Ki pens ttotier Tid in adYab Experifsee not aasssti1 lose IC1Za4dresed sv lTlMJ densraqcJoo ac 1Clicg h kIt1VN P I ws taa y wtthkWaytrbibh 1 iH d eft 7 j sort of UMfaiftM BOM at wfckfc relieved me toe dylgsv to v 1 of your Elecino Biitere sJdetermiMd to try Uxt After c I ttiaMl tti i ctmradnbave a1eic tIt Ngh ie7ii ees dert d ot Bheit1g ivtslgts LJrer awl Kidney troiUfi d O4ijertll Debility h This W wtat B F Bass of Free moiitNC writes Only 50c at 0 J Haydon drugg si iir j l T 7 r JtTTIYT J i 1 NBYMEA0ER- rfeMMUD BTBBY TKCMDAY NADYAMOEfJ sfJi SPRtGFiELDKY f LL DAVl90N Jr I 3 IImApRPiaU r L 11 c p f Mal SI W4ad MkS it YT tlBMtttM- Oalfc MI MtMaUc 4 pUUca1 matltc tinit MV MM Je ws4k Ii1s4 a1 hwra teal I pd 0 dIIvery egee4 ihlrr trfteta sUe liberale wif 1ONa1 saiL riMiitIa4 I rpect S ilspir JIM A1f1fCMff C1iT IIflh1t2rlOOf 1i CeeI 510 n firt 4 1110 TI1JNSDAT NOVEMBER 10 1904 a- Ttefkctk I f t H resmlt of the National e ecl lici Tuesday shows a sweeping Reemblican v13ory throughout besond1Ii RefttbTtCABs Parker carried rJ nothing ot theSouthern Sates 4Th4 electoral college Booieyelt 825 Prker 151 tandsl Ne v York has given a y for Roosevelt of about 165000 Ths slump in the Democratic vo4a4U unprecedepted Par kers wijociiy in Greater New bbeiag about 35000 I diaiah s gone Republican fcy a majority vatlouslyeitimated at frost 35000 to 60000- IHiao+g has rolled up a majori ty of 100000 or more for the R 1 publican electcral ticket and Chicago lias given a record Ureakutf ajoriVyLr t eRe pubicanstlpub1icatll are claiming OhiSb 200000 and the majcri JT ffiilf to say will not bJJ dttaD 150000 jfcTht latest returns from West jkrginia indicate a Republican pl rally of ooO0 to 40000 but hf DemCicf tic State ticket has probaby been eltcttd All of the so called doubtful States Bcem to have landed in the Re i 1 ubhcan column Pt Ktiitucky was carried by Park rand Da shv an estimated 1iia1ty of 15000 the Louisville district goes Democratic for Sherlej about IjSCQ In the Thud Congress lunaf district Jones Republican i is claiming a victory over Rich arditoni Democrat by400 major tit MOORESVILLE O noD November 3 to the wife of J Kirk Chetham a 7 Ib boy v i Me Warren Pile and family of Si HIS visited relatives here lat WEr kTHon Dave Smith spoke to a good audience ut Mooresdlle I f niibtIThere was an average crowd iL j out lastSunday to hear Rru t Adkins preach rnat New Hope I 1 Buptist church lrrfhe hooMJJuidnearly all of the LeOntentbelonging to Mr Chas U wkwa destroyed by fire last Saturday night Loss about 700 with 300 insurance- Mr W O Ellis made A deliy err of trees at Springfield last Saturday He made a clean up in one day for which he feelstI v y grateful tohis customer I KI says he wil sell for the same uirseij next year AS he took several Spring orders that day f A Mr Hara Sweeney at d family Jtay this week for Ilinois to i iwik that their futue home Tb iniant child of Mr Jar Trwar iis quite sick at this writ r lag as is also the infant child if Mr Silas De vine There is noI liopa Of recovery for eiher ofI tbIbabies JIW Hu hes bought about 50I jouug geeseJast week at I 5 j per head cI1 llljittlJ4t Frances Settles has re Icoe4ed from a severe attack cf utyph id fever She is now con yA tnt Mr Palraor Chesser andwrf vWUrtl bt Dloomiiold lat undayJI Mr T D Sw eiey has bopghtl tLs San A Goatley firm for f550 and also bouglt a tract orl 10 aferti nriBi proytdl BUcl from K G BObHt f1OuicrelJ rv t Wti we hope that pec and ypmici y will tiU be in our fL MM and that we will not have mlubiliy of tneIforacMin Nir irtter the Preswlettlial iaeictiL If thiiw dotiel for l b wtt IwratML i fii ff Mi I 04 Uvcz Ta4 s t asji alaNriM 1et7 17Ih ts aiid CpakII Yt w 1doII ijor IL c Sitii fitdi H HitHWfiiHJIIIMhWri wentfiHW v 1 News From The Gountit 1I I 1 HappenIRh AQIOH the County People 11- MJ t as Reported by our Correspondents MIm MM OJ Valley Hill fMessrsGoddard Grundy James Moran Gilbert Donahue EJ Kelly and Revjj Jones r tnrned last week a pleasant visit the Worlds Fair Mrs L Moran and children visited Mrs Thomas Baker of netr jHillsboro Saturday and Sundajy MrdTA Tatum flnd sjshr Miss JGrace Ldrr visittd i cir parents in Louisville Sunday Mr Bam Iili s our local smith happened to a very painful acci f dent bnrday last week while 1ss11oeingf a borse belonging to Mr John Tucker The horse was wasInot awajre frf the fact and when the horfee jerked his foot through his hard one of the haltr driven nails caught in his wrist tearing finIgewere tajKen and ta little Mend a Rip Salve was applied Mr Piles wjas aole to use his hand to a certain extent Dryf Well I guess we are The water in the ponds has become dust It iis a good thing to have a running stream near by im dry weather sure Dam Rumov reports about three weddings for us between now aijd Xmits It is Leap year Uno Several from this place attend- e the speaking at Moortsville Saturday tight The spcechis were well deiiveied ando the pout11but it did no good toward changing the election returns Ihejfariaers of tbis VIC nity have decided to have no hunting on their farms therefore hunters should be careful whoe farms hiy Mire trespasjing or they might jbe indicted Miss Jetnie McCabe of your town Aisited Mss Oa Gbatle Salufqayand Sunday On last Saturday tight a fire originated in the klchen of the house of Mr Chas Lewis and beforejsufiicient aid arrived the house was reduced toashe i oily a few Articles of small value be ing sated As one gazes upon the smouldering ruins of a burn ed dwelling thinking bow dear to ithe hearts of the owners this buildiig as it is tad to think of one being turn d out to the merCis of the ueople without home or wearing apparel Mr LeWl and family are a the ei Of Mri T A Tatum homo Misses Pearl Edelen and May nie Donnelly of near sour town were among those who at tendl the dining atMr Johxnie Pulm s in honor of hison Joe who lias been attending school at 5 tj Mary s A most delight ful dinner was served and alter an afternoon of jollification thfr guests departed for their homes Joe returned to school after cast ilug a solid Democratic vote Those on the sick list ae Mrs W Fj own who i quite ill from tie effects of a severe attack 6f phthisics and Mitchell walker the eldest son of A B WJ kier who s in a critical condition of pneumonia Mr Palmer Goatley is prepar lug fpt a saw mi on his farm He is having fite logs cut and many outsiders are hauling logs also Hardesty Polin hay the ccntract of sawing The woods are alive with hunt ers every night The raccoon areJjhom6s cs their bides ate regarded as a prize now Mr Tom Oder has made a val uabfe find of drinking water During Lbis dry spell he says that jhe bad noticed the dogs and chickens going down through a smalt patch of trees every day wereI ofIhoe and rgeIenough to hold about a halfbar TilI of water and went away not Yhinking of finding any w ter1 iJFhe next day he returned to the pI ce l1dto his astpnisiment c1earlr 1A ersPills 1 WiBt jfoof moustache or beard- bUtthi1brworr1chb1ck Use 4 covered He says if he had t1 do without this water he would not take 100 fur his find He afterwards dug four or five holes which are filled with water as clear as crystal UNO WUIisbur it W S Gibbs and wife spent Sunday in Harrodsburg Mr Dee Shewoiaker and fami ly spent last week with fi lends and relatives iaLawrecceburg and Frarkf6rt Born on Oct 31 to the wife of Wm Sutton a 18 Ib boy Robt Cecil tOn last Wednesday evening the solemn rites of matrimony were solemnized between Mr Sam Goodlet of Polin and Miss Maggie Yaste of Fenwick at the home of Rev J A SImms We extend many congratulations to the happy couple May joy be ever theirs Dr W L Wells was home the first of the week Fe came homes he received a complimentary ticket This is his first vo o Air Maloh Terrill of Tatham Springs and Miss Lizzie Red mond ol Lone Ridge were married at Rev J A Sims on last Wednesday Mrs Josephine Sutherland and chi dren have returned home after a few days visit to Wends in Harrodsburg Mr C C Foster is moving to his home in the country and Mrs J W Bur on has taken possess- Ion of hisproperly Charlie Sims and sister Miss Nora are visiing friends in Mercer county Mr Joe Nicholson was in our town Sunday Mr Charlie Mcllvoy ard wife are visiting friend j in Nelson county Mrs Alex Yates of Perkins visited her daughter hers the first of the week Come again Lilac on your people seeing strange jughts Tere is not any such reports in hs vicinity and as we have had t nice rain since yoi r last We dont believe in tJeold Testta mentasvgghave tne new Testa ment to iLstruct us now r Pleasant Srove frhe dry weather has almcsl scouraged1sitingtrading etc in this community so there is bt very little to write Mr N K Willet who has been making his home in Kansas city for a goodl many yeara iis visiiing his brother Mr J P VVillett It iis the flnst time thar the brothers have seen each otber for twenty years Mrs J N Kelly of Springfield visited her daughter Mrs W H Duncan this week Miss Monte Westpf Perry vill has returned home after a pleas ant visit to friends and relatives here Misses Imogene and Pearl Goaley of the Valley Hill neigh borhood visited friends here last week The sclool teachers of this magisterial district held a meet ing at the Gruve schoolhouse Saturday Several addresses were made and alIenjJ ed the laY MUs Bessie Rob rspre sided over the meeting Lieut DIvid Ransdall Lits y who has been assigned 1011uy- at Ft Thomas will leave for his new post the 10th We regret very much 16 se David tie charm and pride of Pleasant Grove Mrs WP Hays and daughter Miss Julia of Bloomtu Id visitedi at the home of B L LiteyIast- week The Poor Towncrs will soon have a new enterprise Mr W A Thompson U going to install a new grist mill at that place The Pleasant Grove rag tack ers union meets with Mrs J Di Shehan this week t mesMuaphY of Penick visit ed Miss Katherit e Ballard last week Duncan Leachman one of the Groves most prominent young men is very low with peumobia Rev W T O vi street tilled his regular appointment here The great rule of health regularAndAycrXPillt 1 rfr BUCKINGHAMSDY nrti mow Mwvmi a r MU co JUHM Ir flSpringfieldfl t Pleasant Govc cor gregation the t third Sunday of this monthI Joe Poln who is attending school at St MarY is at home for the lecKni The Poor To n Literary Club is the greatest attraction of the community It has 30 mi mbcrs and seems to be a good pastime as well as an ii Uuetive orpnr cution The subject Rr debate Friday evening is Resolved that we should annex tbe Philippines The result of this debate may have a great deal to do with tLc future of these islands MissTizzio Hayden is visitng Mrs J P Willett this week Forest View Miss Susie Wheatley after a stay of several weeks among relatives and frienls returned home last Monday John Cainbron of iKansas Ciy is at hone for a months shy After several mon hs sicliness of typhoid fever Mss Fronia Medley we are gad to report is again fully recovered Richard Blinford who has nad several bactsets is at last able to walk around The yourg people were quite astonished last Monday evening whea they recvedan invitation t j attend an old fash onecl squire Junceat the beautiful howe of Mr Too Carricn The young people of the house didall in their power to male ech one feel c mfortabla Notlvng oc curr d to mar the enjoyment of the evening At 11 clock service at St Rcsechu ch last Sunday the holy bands orIIi rimony were first called between Mr JtlI ODaniel and Miss Havdbn of Marion county and Mr Sam Smith and Mrs Kino Maltirglyi of this community A few friends were highly en tertained a few evening since by Miss Susie Wheatley at the home of her aunt Mrs Pius Nalley One day last week our popular mill carrier Mr War en Nally handed us a most beautiful water fowl which he picked up on the rjad The feathers had bern shot out of one wiag and il could not fly otiorwisn it was not hurt We kepi it for a day or so thinking that we wouldl send it to the editor of the good cld LEADER ut an opportunity did not offer itsself and we turned it ibose on the creek rather than sOce such a beautiful fowl as iffwas teL parish with hunger It was stranger in our land but ve took in iri but failed to find food to suit iti app titetThe weather is beautiful and if continues a few days longer the corn will al be cribbed in this community Fa Hi am Springs 4 Or LlatcLett is stiTslowly im proving alter a very severe at tack of typhod fevfcr Miss Pearl Snider is very low wih typhoid fCvr Hugh Gordon has returned homo from St Louis Ivan Foslt r bought a horse from Dill Keeling foi 75 Miss s Sac io Maddox of Casey and May me Walls of Lincoln county are visiting relatives here Mr JI W Satterly and wife and Scph Royaity and wife sret the day with Eisha Whit3 and wife Sunday Miss Euma Wells is visitingi her sister Mrs Stella Yocum near Mooresvile tbs week There was a j arty gWen at the home of Mr Jenkins Saturday niit7 All report a good tm The litle darglrer f Ari Charlie Cole who lived near Ash roolre was buried in the Fiirview cemetery Saturday She died of brain fever The funeral services were conducted by Rev Martin FOLEYS KIDNEY CORE IWill cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyopd the reach of medicine WEN UP TO DIE XUIwiU a kidew ud bladdralelios Ilot 5ih pb7Jlelda11ec1toKidney Cure vu recommended and the first UatNcCIWTwt aIIe it Ctntt J flO r 1 Daxnocraii i Canddi4 v =The talowing gentleman rere declared helo ilinees of then party for the respective county i fflces at the Democratic primary held in Washlnglon county AuI gust Gth 1D04 They are to be voted ror at the regular eKctioti November 1905 iI LitseyJCounty ClerkVF Booker RepstnttiveW D Claybrookje- For SberiffJ S Osbpurne Supt of Schools J W Bush For Jailer Geo D C tlett JFor Assessor T P OBryan W DeputyFor 1akrnUp astray on my place a sOw IAs has sincei qi vQlbirtIl to pigs Owner can have same by prving property and paying fbr its keep and for this advertjse 1m nt W P MONTGOMERY Sirlnimlue For Soldiers Many valuable lives votiU ccrtaiiijy be RUVCJ aftnnally If snImaIug forri1 n portion cf the uallotwl currlculuiii Cor soldiers During the bathing seasjra there vvcro serenil fatal rccldeyfa t soldiers Whose lives would hate Leon savetl could they have s vniu a few yards During the South African war there was a case of n retreatlli Ictnchuiont which could not fetch n boat from the othcrsldc oufu unfoird able stpcauj rlthoitgh uo eueniy lut the water olTerel opposition A couple of fair swlniniors could have ptr formed the scrrhe with ease anti the river being narrow the little coiuuiaud would have been fowled over before the pursuing Boors arrived on the sccuc Laudca Globe The TVor li ainll Service The agsregatc annual letter anti newspaper mall of the world amounts tot3 32nOaC0300 pieces of which S500 go through tlwUnitelStatea malls We have 70X poitofflccs nnd 00000 nIle of pastel routes with a yearly travel qver them amounting to COO000000 nrlles The service cots over l150000000 year Tie receipts lOW almost equal the pcndltUles and have doubled In the last ten years In the total receipts were 3000000 which was considered an extraordinary stun Lint for 22000009 spent in ej tablishlug the rural free delivery which now ccnves oneseventh of the population of the United States the postofilce would be self sustaining Snccei The Belt IDefts do not seen so high as they were but they are very pointed on the lower edge and extend a little down from the waist line This gives the tmMnpet1hipoutclwal for which the revival of the Louis XVI models re responsible Smart Suit For Girl A smart suit for a girl 6f sixteen Lt In heather mixture tweed the Norfolk coat Kexitlttiug at thcback the loose fronts hell in by a bolt of crimson vcl to match the velvet collar the neat jtort strapped and plaited zt J Delegate McGuiret vJLikoma lein of a convcrsaUoir between two Irish inca living In that territory The one wcs lecturing the other tipon hLq frequent exhibitions of temper which often Jed him Into fistic encounters In which he did note ijlways get tho best of it Kemimbcr liulcaby sild the first Celt with an oracular air that whn youre angry ye ought uiver to say a wora hear In moiud the sayiuSi Icute lis golden1 J LTiJ a good rule rtfpUcd Mulcabr waste no wj rds smash ImIIurpers Vfcokly l Nut tTii tojtlic Mark BraggNo man eau Call me a liar vIthJmpunUy Id fight him If he was seven Xectblgh Quartos I said you were n liar What are you going to do about It Bragg Huh Youre not seven feet hlgbPhlladeJplils Leflgcr Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumption Eat plenty of porkvasthe adyicevto the coasumptive 50 andioc years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach t The idea behind it iis that fat iis the food the consumptive needs mpstIScott sEmulsionisthemod ern method o if feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fjits especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which iia6ftdn the pnly vay is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more thin that There is some thingaboutthc combination ofcodliver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts lEmulsioh that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs1 A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture In the form ci a label on the wrapper of every bottle of EmuUIon you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N V soc and all driiggtjtj nr J cle Agants for Old Hickory and Studebaker Wagons4 CoaIink AnyQullntity Hcj r McClURE wktLS iL Hr r DEALERS4J tIij Bilgess liileflients 6ram pd Field JI Err i uiW We handle Buggies Surreyssv Carts fof all g alilio iuit 1 7the purchaser Agents for the SyracuselBiillside3giow iJ41 ItWtMkIt j j EED WHEATI Cash Paid fori c00 HIDES and FURS r BEES Laxative HONEYANDIAR An improvement ovet all Cough Lung and Bronchial CoughsStrengthens Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED 8V Pbiili Miilelii Gir GMeip USA S d at Haydons Pharnjacy Farms for Salee We have ir our charg l for sale the following described tracts of laud and win take great pleasure in showing any of Itthem to prospective buyesiMcELROY WHARTN IfrmSpr1J1ggood barn place wjll fenc ft and watered mostlyin grass price 40 pert acre 26 acre place 5 mites from Springfield rght on the pike Cod house ana barn If good land firtclass tobacco land Pric 1800 51 acre placo Il1J miles from Springfield rand all lays well and in high state of cultiv ion small three room house and gopd barn Price 1800 j 135 acre farm 1miles from Springfield on pike farm all in grass dwelling stock and to bacco barn well fenced 35 per acre 250 1acrefrom SptiogGeid nice d vellingij6rst class barns acd outbuildings of every kind 1fromBfsmall duelling and large barn price 35 per acre jj 140 acre farm at mites jirom Springfield good Iou e and barn wellfcncel an1 waterodprice 43 pr acre 133 acro of laid 7 miles From Springfield small house rand good tobacco barn GSacfssof bottom land restt mostly ned lacd flue tobacco farm and timber Price 25 per PlentFofofI 1QO acre farm 8 mlesifromr Springfield good 4 room rouse land new tobacco burn plenty of water and gccd obcc6 and gras f n tri Price 25 peij acre In addition totbe above we have for sale good residences iin Sptin field roleys K1thiytrrioafces fckteiTS and bt dds cicbt IAGOOd COuiXOil Sparkling eyes and rosy icjiceks restored by using PeWiCl a Little Early Risers so writes S P IMoore of Nacogdochcs TS A cprtahL cnft JIIpillJII n csII1 Winter Some beekeepers will jiatptcoqa of old cftrpcthig or n bag of sttnv lircctly over thq brood nest ra a winter cover to act a nil absorbent of the iflO attire arising rain tho bees The hate I advice Is to cover with a boarpl say American Agriculturist Tile board trill absorb inolatnre and if tlijrp Is a light pororji material above lt 4hiicli will be warm this Avilllrecp tltio uoarJ dry J H tae the Paint HrWui This isagaod time to priutso ne rf those thnt need a llttlfc touch lug tp Iatnt prevents tlceaylife i I Chnr oal For TeaHrTV C1cee1 f while fnttcnhij1itiptto whUe the skla Buckwheat tiasr a like tendcurj Headquarters for a- UFARMSUPPtlE3 SPPGFIDIDKY PhoneNo2 S a v 4ji joJ We spit Ik 10 from a Uh a CMrlomd IN buildings IF ItlfllllitDlSC j Itl IIi OOliTijirJ Cilke Ploys II t ABUS1NE1S Isabiolt TP Ce rj to the yunjr aliior young woman whd would If Itpfit l I iV very front rank IfThh BRYANT O STRATTON BU5INESSCOLLE6 N E4Corair 8C Ma W lwit au IySUfORTHAN gOOKK EF INGl Seven experienced teachers each ojifc i ilotTVFEWFUTINc i BentposiUiniialljoveryou open itthe year Students canenterat any time E J WRIGHTPflESIDCNT Hi E DIDI1EEEal ti I The Big Money Maker ftj M Raisers J isj j Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 jg years has stood the severest tests fcnd in all case can be JA4 depended upon 3jJ Oft HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE tfe Wl this l preTtutlve inIJrrnot4valuabieatd a FREE copy of which may be I I had at ourutoxe for the asking W 25 Ib can 1250 ha1fcansoso 250 125 aad 5Qc per packare- r 20th Century Poultry F d J The greatest egg producedh the market Ketps fowls pouJtryiI 24ika35O2Neperpackaj I Wyf r P3 As its name implleathb REMEDYHOt fobi unkJandrjgJJ conditioner and growth promoter and a sure preveatiVrfromFM diseae 4i ea ANa 2IPtft PACKA M j rj FOR SALE BY m McCLURE WELLS PALL FORIOIRCULARS SPRINGFIELD KY j J1 EHE p forp SnucK MCELROY G 0 WnA 0b c McElroy Ow Wharton lilsuraucen Real EState Ageli ss- Jt Piri4fi aid Tcniio 1uiucs tLa daId o gomiwc r i Office pyer Peoples Bank c Phon 4 1t1WSAM ULIfV NtW O PEAK LANDOX t BAlLlJ President Set A Trts Mas HOME TOBW ISRESOlE G Jcprag STRICTLY INPEPlNbENT br if T JCJXJ DAILY SALES RSiiPT RjETURf L 4 MONTHS STORApfr FREE 029931933135 WEST MATXilTM Tr LOUISVILLE INTUCKY-j t j H J g1IF 3 And There is None fccer Than 4 i kt 1 THE PM WDYRIJII tcFlrIA Fpicefor every Purpose toIItwill turn iinythtnf sed can be rttn ihref an yL IAocunentsI Kylk 1 ft t f If DRJMBMTOKJ RKSIDENT DENTISTt f TEETH EXTRACTED SrrWOUTj PIN Ok 3iock1 lip IfaJrw L SpINGF1ELD Yr An JDent1 Work Strictlyrl YI 1t FirtCIaU lIt Oft J HI LAMPTON Jt 5 I OFFICE i rtior Opera liouMi tWF GRIGSBY r ATTORNEC AT LAW tjme ever Peoples Bank BPRINQFIELD KY r j Dr SM Greeny f DENTIST All kinds of dental work Teeth etrc1ctedwjthout pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr HordI Phoe 56 SPRINGFIELD KYI JB HoBARDS M W lYATT t RBARDS HYATT Yt 71jslciis andd3urgonS Office next to Uldrks Office JAMES GRAVES 4 PRAOTICAI Ia oma1er Ml Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Jocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe city Located atT W Simms Jr old law office opposite Court House Springfield Ky rr DR I F TRUSTY PRACTICAL L BN SOffice over Haydon ft Barber it Dental work raasonable prices 1411work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY lOON YUMAYS ri rY H HIIEIUL Om nOR AND LICESSEBEMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY1QNIQHT74f LcL SPRINGFIELD KY Have YOn0 HaulinQ TO DO rd If so cdl u J L ALLEN 4attheDepot FREIGHT inA TRUNKS Hauled Furniture MQved rd anything in the hauling ine done carefully and at easonable rates qr PHONE 22 1 Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule flow in effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad J No 4lrLeayes Louisville at iic 410 pm Barclstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 5o2pm arrives at Springfield 615 p m Ko 42 Tjeaves Springfield at 630 ai Bardstown 617 am Bards to ri Junction 705 am arrives at Jjouisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 a mi Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m iuit arrives ait Springfield 1240 pm Nd44VLcaves Sptinfrfield aI l20pm Bardstown 230 pm- Bardstown Junotion 435 p m flrriye at Louisville p 45 pm Lf No 00 Sundays onlyLeaves Sprintield at 715 am Bards k towRS am Bardstown Junction w 815 am arrives at Louisville 885 am II a t NodU Sundays only LeavesJ L I kvilrtat 3 pm Bard jMctio 650 p m Bards townII l715p m arrives at 4 8pii l OASTORIALJNr 1U awl Caiiirta- Tfc W Tat 111 Atftyt tatW 4 Bs stIf I Ii7UC q ri WW Wfij i Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latestis i All Abtut Yourself Friends and Acquaintances I lt rliCi lard at lOc at Campbells Ifyou want a good sorghum I have it J C W Hagan Arbuckles coffee still goes at 15c ajiCampbells WATEDScond hand heat ing stQve Inquire at this office L FrE hFish and oysters Jayery Friday at T Irvine McElrbys All kinds of fruits and vegetables received daily at CeW Hagans Sukris high and still going highdiJ but still we4 sell you 16 lbs for 1 at CampbelYs Ne pruncs evaporated peaches hpminy flake beans etc at T Irt ne McElroys Butter and eggs have got so tbey tajste good at 20c per pound and dpfc ab CampHel5s Ladies Cloaks Skirts Suits and Hats See the low prices and pretty styles at Mansfields Hagan Bros have opened the first shipment of articles for Christmasor wedding presents All hats at greatly roduceu prices A niceselection on hand Mrs Williams Take jyour produce to C W Hagan and get best mark price for it Cash if preferred Dontforget that I always pay more for eggs and butter thin anyone in town so it will pay you to see m- eDlVLMa I stock of furniture on hand hutifcve have achance at you on prices we will sell you sure at Campbells For your winter Overcoat go to Grijmdy Clavbrooke Mcln tire They have a complete line arid at prices to suit all Miss Kjnott has some beautiful bats in pain and nicely trimmed styles that she asks the ladies to call and examine before buying NOTICE TO HUNGERS All persons caught hunting on my place will be prosecuted by law BENJ EDWARDS My stock of groceries is com pfete and prices are right Call and convince yourself C W Hagan LOST If the person who took an overcoat from Robertson Searcys store through mistake will return same he will confer a aVor HUGH STILES Dont forget that J am agent for thecelebrated malt tonic It has no equal Ask your Doctor about Fehrs malt t aw Hagan Agent Have you a friend who is to marry soon If not you have many friends who 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 my place near Springfield a horse work mule about lplbands high with two wliite spots on leftshouldar Any information leading to its recov ery will be rewarded J C ENSOR If you wapt your picture en larged call and see me before ordering elsewhere I make a picture direct from the negative that no agent can equal in an enlargement Something entirely new and far superior to a picture made from a picture EACr Mr Tack Mullican caught Wade McMurtry a colored indi vidual stealing corn from his cornfield last Saturday night The negro had a pistol and was inclined to show fight but Mulli can finally took the gun away from him and took him to the house where the culprit was identified On Mondaythe negro was arrested on a warrant and placed in jail The public sale of th9 stock grain etc of W C McChord and HaU Bros which took place AucIsoldJwell Yearling mules sold part ticularly well the hignest going for 280 per pair About 350 barreUjof corn sold from 50 to Slants per bushel and oats at TOPIGSIII 260 per hundred bundles CcA and calves sold at from 35 toI 50 Circuit court re convened here yes terday with special Judge Itt Atkinson presiding There are several civil cases Uo be tried u this week when court will wind up the business for this session j Thrf Dpew Budfitta Stock i Co playedlo rrowdrd houses at j the Opera House the first of the week This4 iia one of the best companies wliicb has ever played here and it numbers some good persorraers in its cast Miss Maggie Taste and Mr Sam Goodlett were quietly marii nod List Wednesday at the home ofRev JA Sims in the county Miss Yaste Jiad been in charge of the telephone exchange hero for some time and has many friends in and about Sprjngfield who wish her happiness Mr Goodlett is an industrious young farmer ot the county tMrcelebrated the 53rd anniversary of their marriage on last Eriday Nov 4th Mr and Mrs Thos W Simms of this place also elebrated thesame anniversary they having been married on the same day that Mr and Mrs McElroy were These two old couples are representatives of the oldest and most prominent families in Springfield and have been closely indentified with the history of the town p c oriesale on the 4th of the month for i Mrs Nannies McMillen as follows The farm 2J miles fromI Mackville a30 Oper ucrehJohn Sweeney being the jur chaser Everything else selling fairly well Also reports Har rodsburg court Monday as being as usual a large crowd in atten 1dancecattle on the street 2yearold steers sellingi at 3c per pound r heifers from 6 to 8 hundred ppunds 2 to 2tc plug horses cheap mules of all kinds high l and not many on the market Someone evidently intent on robbery vas prowling in tbes residence of Dr M W Hyatt on l last Saturday night At about 8 qeldck in the evening the neighbors noticed a llight in the louse moving from room td room Owipg fo the fact that Dr and Mrs Hyatt were known to be away from home and had loft the louse vacant and this created su s p ici iion- Dr RoBards went to investigate and Marshal John Grace was summoned but the maruder took the alarm Sand vamoosed A llamp was left burning in one iin of the rooms and a back window and a doorwere left open Noth ing has been missed from the 3 house and there is no clew to the prowler The County Election t Complete returns from Washg ington county as given below show a plurality for the Demo cratic tlectors of 34 votes Congressman Smiths majority is 37 over Bruner The following is the vote by precincts 68 Rrederickstownafr Bruner r 179F North Parker 65 Roosevelt S 143 Smith5 BrUner 143- Kelleys Shop Parker 117 Roosevelt 1 11 Smith 118 Eruner 110 if Springfield No 8 Parker 132 Roosevelt 182 Smith 135 Brunerp 180 Springfield No O Parker 167 Roosevelt 66 Smi6iri69 Bruner 65 hSringfie1dRoosevelt 110 Smith 161 Bruner 103 hi MooresvilieParker 142 Koose fivelt68t Willisburg Parker 96 Roose 169 Smith 95 Bruner 169 endren Parker 08 Roose 147 Smith 68 Bruner 148 Mackville Parker 161 Roose 2eltPottsville Parker 131 Roose velt 105 Smith 133 Bruner 105 Brush Grove Parker 58 Roosevelt 172 Smith 58 Bruner 172 Judge I HThurman vho is without opposition for Circuit Judge ran considerably ahead of his ticket throughout the countyf1 Rings Dyspepsia Tablets cure indi gestion dyspepsia and strengthens the etoraach SoW by Haydoas Phar incy Jj AAIItJt DONTS Jff JjDjNT buy Glasses over counter and select them fo yourself You may select a pair that aids your vision forf the time being yet may prove most injurious DONT buy cheap Glasses I such lenses are imperfectly ground and unlike g DONT read in bed or on ai moving train DONT read without your lGlasses or with some one elses DONT continue wearing your oJ4 Glasses when you feel that they are riot just right c J IRightj f C F RUSSELL jMninSt Springfield K PERSUNA Miss Willie Knott is in Louis ville Mr Duncan Leacliman s quite ill of pneumonia Dr John Spalding of Louis ville was at home the first of the week t 4 Mrs R F Sutton was called home by the death of her little nephew t Hon Hugh P Cooper and Major Lisle of Lebabon were at tending court here yesterday The hop giyen by the young mn in and aoout town on Friday nig3t proved to be quite a success and was aell attended Messrs Al Mudd Will ROb- ertson 1l and Benedict Baker throe t Springfield boys leayethis week for colorado to seek a location Theyoung people held a storm party at Mr Wm Bushs residence on Halloween ni jbt int honor of Miss Ethel Perry of Utah who i nrienjoyable time was participated in by all who attended Lieut W 0 Reed came in Saturday srom St Louis to visiti is old friends and relatives Willl says that one special object of his trip was to vote for Ike Thurman for Judge and while here he also put in a vote for Roosevelt and Fairbanksll Judge I1i Thurman and Dr IW Hyatt returned Saturday night from Indianapolis and Martinsville Ind They left Mrs Tthurman at Martin tille and her condition is mucilim proved It is hoped that the treatment at that resort will re uit in her speedy recovery from r her severe attack of rheumatism v PublicS ie J On the Wimsatt farm on thet Jimtown road If miles fromf Springfield 1 will on- WEDNESDAY NOV 10 Beginning at 10 oclock sell the following propertyJOne 12 year old work horse 5ne 9year old farm horse C year old horse 7ycarold mare foal to jjack a 3year old com bined mare a good 5year old harness mare G year old mare year old work mule good milch cow and calf 200 bushels corn 1200 bundles extra good oats 2 stacks hay 200 shocks fodder 2 breaking plows 2 cul tivators one moving machine ood as new one Deering binder disc harrow 2horse wagon disc 4 drill good as new and other im plements TERMSir Sums under S10 cash That amount and over 6 mouths time with note bearing 6 per ent interest and payable at irst National Bank R H HAGAN Bnosttt M Campbell Auctioneer iCard This is to certify that all drupgists are authorized to refund yourmoney Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough and heals the lungs Prevents neumonia and will cure incipient 1consumptiol1 I Foleys Honey yon haying it Stops the cough and a eals the lungs Sold by Wood i a npbell Notice to Taxpayers Taxes of the town of SpriGeld are now due and pen ty on all unsettled taxes will be added on December 1st Per sons desiring to sage thepenalty should call and settle before that date C L PRICE Tax Collector No Hunting uHuntersoff of my farm under penalty ofc being prosecuted for tresspass 3t Turner Derringer i Notice No hunting alk wpd on my arm alidviolathrs will be prose cuted for tresspass I MRS ifonw KELLY 4tt G F Browning Overseer I 7W 1T ji WNW ttt ikkitt I i LEO IIAYIXXN v I i S B toMPSON It jJIr j 11 p ie fl J J IV IR fe call attention to the hew firm i H r 1II Haydon 8 Thompso O I Undertakerst k andJ jhuibuIme1Fu- lly i I 4 j i j Equipped for the Business in every respecttt I Phone 18 SPRINGFIELD KY i lft i 3 e Jt Dr po ells Lecture But JPaul said I am a man which am a Jew of Tarsus a city in Cilicia acltizenofnomeancty Citizenship in the Republic as so eloquently rendered at the Opera House Thursday evening November 3d by Dr E L Powell of Louisville afforded an hour of unusual delight to the large audience whose minds from the first sentence of Mr Colvins brilliant introduction to the last fine word of Dr Powells magnificent peroration became busy happy and contented citizens of the Republic of Eloquence To those Who heard the big ckW these lanie words in whih we are trying eXprb our appreciation Will of course seem like a Ijghted candle we are flinging at the ijoontime sun Dr Powell handled the Decla ration of Independence as one taught acfcording to the perfect manner of the law of the fathers and the great strong things he said about the War of The Revo lution rehallowed that sacred blow for liberty with an immortality in the heart of young and old that could have been inspired only by the ine iintuitions of a patriotstatesman of quite unu sual stature From first to last those grand words I AM A MAN echo and reverberate in Citizenship in The Republic 4ike a constantly recurring bar of emphasized base notes in a grand symphony I am a man is the burden of the grand Oratorio of citizenship in he republic around which the fine genius of this Man of God has arranged the magnificent variations An American of the United States A Country in America A Citizen of No Mean Country Our andle mustfall back to usthe sun shines on its glory unaffected happily by these dull vords JOE MANSFIELD Chrjjstlan Endeavor Association Everybody is cordially invited to atten our young peoples Christian Endeavor Convention to be at Maud Christian church Maud Ky Sunday afternoon at oclock andeveningat70clockN- oYembe 23d 1904 Louyse Settle Secretary Taxpayers Notice The state and county taxes for tne year J1904 are now due and alf ersbns owing same wll please call on me or my deputies and settlei without further delayl which will add cQsts j BYRON CROAKE tf i Sheriff W C for Sale Ha1ngjbough a new one we have a second hand hearse for sale It Jis in good repair and good set df harness goes with it Will ell afcV bargain e W ARNOLD Co 4tI MaEtkvihl Iy CiMtelaift Mh RemedY is Pleas To Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is us d In the matrufaature of Chamberlain d jjough Remedy and the roots ued in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick ot Poolesyille Md in speaking of this remedy says have sed Chamberlains Cough remedy with myjchildrcn for several years and an truthfully say iit tithe best prepa ration of the kind I know of The children like to take it add and it has no injurious afterteflect For sale by Hay dons drugstore To Cure a Coli ii lc pr TakeLAXATIVFBRolt1t UIN NE Tableti All druggist refuad the money if it fails to cur EW Grovel sl natjrc i un each box 2c II p H NEW SHORT STORIES When lien a Worked tOpIcttI thor of Colonel Cnrte of Cart rsIhl3 i was aiuTouiKjed by u group of Avdmen who feltit n great privilege to tlDiie Into tile presence ott rcal literary If and were rinnkiug the most of thtj op jortuhltj Wlicu Inquired one of theih do you write your delightful stories I nm n very con8lsteui teorkeri ah vered the artistcligluecrautUor h Uerary ivork IsI doae rcgularly bet oCQClfherel Ami when Mr Read said oim 6f the group turning to the author of The Kentucky Colonel da you tp your work V Running his fingers through his Jiumorltthufmtsolemnly responded umwin ny1 uecessityiiivarlably Then Mr Smith began to ialkJqf tfe dIffliitlesof HghthpuSe buh1dingSi4- ca3 Sorely JionparilanuI Congressman IllcUnrd Missouri chairman of tIleBartholdtfot nl committee which ost to the visiting peace delegalefjt rn old New York newspaper mjin From ISiS until 1884 he was n report er mid n good onc too In discuss iig the political situation In his sinter he other way he vfs reminded oft an In cident In hlq newspaper career It vyas apropos of the control of affairs Iii St Louis by the Democratic party Things in St Louis are ery nl ch as one of the Tatnuiauy represdjita tIes In the legislature would have iai Ions DEiiocrars OF COUBSB thcnfin Now York bck In 1880 lie said This particular brave to the great surprise of his colleagucs tpok the floor ouoday and made nfl Impas sioned appeal for a law to provide for nonpartisan election commissioners 1 want four nonpartlsaii men In each district he declared earnestly One of his brother members Inter rupted him scenting something wrong Vhat doTjrou mean by four non partisan commissioners was asked Four Democrats of course came the somewhat unexpected reply New York Times 7 Emerson Storlca Emerson enjoyed quoting certain Say- Ings of Thoreau as Some circumstan tial evidence Is very strong as when you find a trout in the milk Tho chub la soft fish and tastes like boiled brown paper salted WbenThorcnuwns in Concord Jail bemuse he refused to pay bis taxes Eiuerson called upon htm and remark cd Scary I amvcry muck surprised to see you here To which Thorcau replied I am very much surprised that you are not here Emerson told the ctory of Mrs Tho reaua call on hits Aunt Mary Observ ing that Mrs Thoreau wore pinK rJb boua Miss En son closed her eyes for r tiniq Presently she observed Jfrs fhorcnu1 dont know if you harp ob Vvcxl tint irr eye aro s uL 4Yes uadttui IILaVc o eel It I CMi like to seen pernii of l1rne guiltyt of levity in dress Christian Register Mere flowing Iiain1e His former parlsblonew Ib this city recall now many Jus f nnd smart ob servatious of the lateRev Dr George Loriucr In his private intercourse A f few weels before he left for Euhjpe on that III fated Journey ho Baitat tier residence a vealtliyaqd atpc New York woman who under the inftfcuce af one of the oriental propagandists among us hnd fallen Into curlon re fgloua practices She received nlm in ropm Ol1eo rested on a pedestal hideous Indian Idol Do you object doctor to MoM M such sUe naked half dept dtIng half iii the tone of challenge JfotatnlK JUndamtnot fit nil Swidbe shocked I suppose te see uie lLAefore mine Certaialj idt Bow as Wtwiiw JIM please before your Idol so long M ym do not forgdt that It is an tOolH Nir YorkMalh lijiwtiWiWiW Viwli iN Wi 11 Ladiess RainCoats yE3 It would be hard to find a more ser if viceable Garment thaji a RainCoat 9 they are Warm Dressy nd Aboiute 1ly Bain Proof We have them tn all i the Newest Shades and Styles and at ii i Prices way below theirdYi i value 3 We willr make it to vosr tto1afib 23 eX imi4eonr1ineo beiwtrB ug 1 5 cFJRS Youii1d buy your Furs earlin ordeitohav t C avan n fulI 9 Stock to select from We have jl ireceived from the East is full line of 1 The Newest t fm Creatioiis i i vJt Vr Respectfully ifJ 1 j Robertson Bros tm mmf f w pt rfFALL AND WINTER WGtOTltESj myOU cantos by giving M QrdersforTaI coats Try and Se- eGuaranteedw Fit Guarantee l Wear 4 QdGraycaperforLTJM ABELLocal Agent Springfield Ky H I M C 4 = n 5SAT5 WEHAVE I iooTmigsndaboye r 1DIMODI I tn 1 Tl4IremDLtbertbelt material aDd bf ezjptri e ced worbrotn sod evtry DindEdga floioId la tised Jtisiiots t r LiiWflEEAVEI Ut pitmopd Edge Axei Htchctjsw0 CIirjjj WIrFilflAd ze8t ra tof csr 4 pcntcrsToMeN i 1 4 REMEMBER c monaBdcehne M0OY8h111It1FO- JZflllONETAaR MEMLS-W cUdrj isIi Ne IWSS OSidSPUSjp p k e eV N AOER c Ir ft dJasesI1he Chlcafi Horse Show 4 MrI 0 Tatnes returned from clc4Ixo Saturday nights proud IjJgpis ucces5there jja tBe big v jjfawte shoW b2 took tfiree first ind two second prizes showing 1B horses of Di Cann of fe GraOirgetOwii Speaking of ibs liaise driverQY Mr James the f Ghutigo American saidr But when Glenbrock a horse never leforeseen in this partof f he country came thundering through the entrance gate and stepped down the East side of the ring ata240gait the aii1 7idienceltolccda minute to take IirianI heI qan There w ere oilier s allions lathe ting thatr under other cir cimstankeswoutdhaye attraeted t Attention by their grace and speed but they Iv oked common alongside of Glenbrook He is a dark brown in color almost black and a better put up one at all points would be hard to find pointbOf formation a perfect trotting gait albeit on the showy order and WlSn parade all the time whetneiat rest or in motion It did not take the judges long to decide that Glenbrook was en titled to tbe blue ribbon s s ion asthe eor es left the ring v there was rush of horse wen to ttya hitching room to look Glen JI rook over a close range and learn his blodd lines The stal liOnhails froln Georgetown Kyt in the heart of the bluegrass re gionandfortho last eight yearsbasbeon a noted show ting winnerithe South aria South west having gone as tar away from hojne as Georgia in search of blue rfbbojis He iis now twelve yearns old and has ttaken pirtini Sparing TOntcsts in 227 ofwIii hheha4eenin the rib bansa wondeifui howing for any staliion Hairodsburg De roocra t 4 PnvsiCIau Healcd Dr Geowpracjcjng uhysi ciaaorSmiths Grove Ky icr over tiflirlyyears wrIte his pere nal ex perlencevrilh Fcleys JKtdney cure I Foryears I bad been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged prostate gland I used 4crerythizig known to the profession without relief until I commencad I iMse Foleys Kidney Cure After taV iug three bottles I was entirely re lieved and Cured I preicribe it now daily in my practice and heartily je cmniendWits use to all physicians for suchtroobles I have prescribed iit in Lyhandreds of cases with perfect suc cess Sold by Wood Campbell land Grabbing As is the casein most places pNelsoncouuty small thievery iiceverely punished bfit stealing It t DO a large scale is ogener ally toleratedthat it has become vy almost respectable The whole ksale pilfering now referred to js ithe pilfering of public land along t1o pikes Almost every new jecce put up recently along the public roads has been pushed oLlt several feet so as to take m land that properly belongs to ie county In some places the 4ine has beet made to take in strips of land of great length and as wide as fifteen feet This maybe good for the individual appropriating the land that does not belong to him but it is not goodfor the puolic roadways it is flOt good for this convenience of other people of the county and it is not a good precedent io set fIZ land can be stolen why 4 f FEMALE WEAKNESS M2 12 Congress St s i9OIsuporiortoend I know whereof I speak I enf Tercd for pine month with suppressed prostretdmy bact ssd aides and I would have blinding headaches My limbs would swell u and ITould foci so weak I could not stand up I naturally felt beyondtheCardul carao as a Godsend to me I felt a chADfp for tho better wthin a week Aft r nineteen days treatment I menstruated without aafferinff tho pgonies I ieuaUy did andsoon became WineotCWi tHatoll buffering trdaca iaovr of its goodcua1ltjc I f 1 ffi TreaeurcrPortland Economic Lcagno periodical headaches tell of malel weakness Wine of Cardni cares permanently nineteen out of ctery twenty cases of irregular i meases bearing down pains or J amarc1SOuintheofCardatfemalewcaicnessSecure Cardizi tody WINEcrcR CU 1At 70 of Hefcrti ease Contracted During Civil WrVeteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it does not readily lend itself to ordinary treatment There is however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watchIng hun dreds of cases and from thelettersof grateful sufferers wiU cure where all else has failed lit Is not only a wonderful cure for weak and hearts but itiis blood tonica reg of the hearts afction and the most treatment evci formulated for im proving tie circuiaJioi of Use blood Durinj the Civil waj 1 contracted heartidisease and in 1896 While living in the old town of Lexington Vt 1 grew so much worse I left there w1thtmywife to visit my sJsterfnIaw Mrs TAIKirby at Roanoke Va While I said noUiiiig to anyone I never expected to iivq to ret tr to the dear old town On reachmtr MrsJKirbys she insisted I should try Dr Mes1Ie1ft Cure l pro cured a few bottles fit al o the Nervine and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but hiy faithful wife sisted on keeping it upl which I did Im provement soon began in earnest and I took In all fifteen or sixtecn bottles I was stored to perfect health land while I am 70Iyears old I am fomparitively a boy sir are att eperactorjand I cheerfully recom mend Dr Cure to suffering humanity J 14 SLAUGHTER Salem Va Alldriggists sell and quarmtec firSt bottle Dr Miles Remedies bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind T4c-l not anything else The spirit that prompts this land grabbing is a spirit of selfishness and lawlessness aa inordinate senseI of ones own desires and a reek less disregard qf the rights ard opinions of othdils This wrong rut practicef01i it has become a practicewill bp arder to stop now than it woufd have beenc when firstbeuIj but it will be harder later on 1in it is now To allow thislandlgrabbingjs to allow and sanction widespread Ij lawlessness Nelson Record t posRiE rSDeot Old Mu Its shameful wIn yonth fails to respect old age but jjustjthg contraro in the aspZi4ThgsN- ewLife Pi14hGy cut of- f141matterm how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jauddjce Fever ccn this perfect stiP3tiOnalIYUrI11to drug L Chamberlains ato nach and Liver Tablets arc becomin a favorite for stomach troubles ind constipation For sate by Hlwddndrugstore A new theory that is proving sue cessful iinthe cure4o Coughs Lung and Bronchial affections is offered in Bees Laxative iJoCfey and Tar This remedy cuts the mucus teals the membranous nniriof the throat luTigs and bropcbialj tubes wards off Pneumonia and strengthens the firS ttern generally Cronp and Whooping Cough disappear before its use as snow before the sdnshine of Spring Its pleasant Sold by Haydons Pbar macy rl Blood Curdling Experience MrS Louis McBrayer and lit tie five year old qy were rs turning home fr mi Fox Creel Wednesday afiijonin a buggy when the horse b ican e frightened on the hill jut ths side of that place Mjrs McBrayer quickly alighted fjrqm the buggy to hold the hors as the road down tho till is 4ry narrow and on the south side there is a high precipice leading down to the river The hors was so badly frightened that frs McBrayer was unable to nianage or hold him Be began pulling backwards t and went lead over heels down tbe high embankment with the little boy in tie Vehicle Im agine the mother situation Re markable as itpiEy seemneith er the horse nqjr child were se riously hurt jrhebuggy loggedl against some ltrees alter decend i1tjIably brokeL ns veil as the har ness There oug i P to be a fence of some kind a dug these high embankments iccidents of the kind are numorot sat this partic ular point And jrson News fot11r3 raise It Mothers cyeiywliere praise One Minute Cough dure for the sufferincs it has rclieyedaid jhe lives of their little onss it ha ea ed Certain cure glllAMicb sascc Our Hitfie girl was un conscious from stra tiguldtion during a sudden and terrib e attack of croup One Minute Cough Cure qaickly rc lieved and cured her and I cannot praise it too highly One Minute Cough Cure Telievs coughs makes breathing east Juts out phlegm draws out irtfiamation and acmoves etcry cause of a coMgh an strain on lungs Sold bjP all druggists iWrintf cat ore For Tiles Itchlagj Blind Bl ceding or Protrnd ring Piles Druggists refund if PAZO OtNTaiENT fails moneyI longjstJUfding196t j catiott gives ea4e aid rest SflcV IIiydur druggist ifeasrtfc it aendSOc1 in stamps and It will jje forVa 1cmpostI paid by Paris Medicjne Co 81 Lotis College Girls Have Fun College girls in male dress suits dancing in the gymnasium hall at Kentucky University i he is latest school sensation at Lexington It was planned as a Leap Year party by the girls A certain numbar borrowed dress suits from brothers sweethearts IdressedSecuring carriages the gentle mangirlscalled at the homes ofj their partners and took them to the college grounds in the prolc per style No boys were admitted to the hail and every de t tail of the management was left i toa comnrttee of girls The t janitcr had in some iay mis pluctd the lkeys a d thcsy wero in possession of the committee whici made matters easy Asked Fa1ri1hurssaid1Wc wanted to show one another and theyoung menwlo should happen to hearcrit justtt how girls would do iif they were young men Whysome young men actually expect a girl 10 walk a m lend a half io a party and that witn a man wearing an suit ShouldeVery daybusiness 1j you have seen us jou wculd have observed the delicacy of dress and tofleCi People do not regard appearance nearly so much these5 days as of old and we just wanted to see if the thing could not be done in proper form WANTED M nand women jin this county and adjoining territories to re present and advertise an old es tablished house of solid financfial standing Salary 101 men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with Expenses advancedI each Monday by from hea qusrtersHolseand buggy furnished when necessary Addrets1position permanentt Blew Bros Co Dept A MoJ non Bldg Chicasr T BisastroE Wrecfr Carelessness is respousible for many a railway nieck and the same causes are n king human wrecks of sufferers from Throat andLung Troubles But since the adyenfc of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and longiW necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whQSE life was saved by Dr KIIIRS New DiscoverY This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by C J Haydon druggist Price LQc and 1 Trial bottles free SuedFor Damages rA special from Chicago says JBfenry H Leupenfielddty salesman for a shoe cpmpanv Tto day filed a suit for 25000 damages against Mrs fiva B Wood a fascinatihg widow and divorcee who made her home last summer in the Del Prado Hotel The damag itis based upon an ofIwho lives at tile Chicago Beach Hotel as the roan who came be tween him and his affianced bride TVyelhis prominent in bust nes and social circles Mrs Wood was a belle of MaysviJle jKy a member of the Lowry- fathilysevetal years ago and a prominent figure in society there until her divorce In Octobe 1901 Seppentield declaresun his bill he became engaged to marry Mrs Woody and since that timo he say she has lavish td naoricy time und alUntioD upon her in the ufual manner of engaged young men TbeBestLtllilllent tcdhamberlain Pain Brim is consid ered Ibefbcst liniment on the market write Pbst Bliss of qeorgia Vt No other liniment will heal acu or bruise promptly Fo other aflords auch vuick relteffrom5 heumatc pains No other is so valuable for deep seat d pains like lame back and pains in the chest Give this liniment a trial and you will never wish to be without il Sold by Haydons drug store Condition of the Philippines There is one condition of the Philippines which should nofc be overlooked by those who so Ire quently attack our adrainistra tion of them and that is theIr condition as possessions 04 the United States Whether ye werewiso or unwise in acquiring tbe lislaods their status as pos sessibts of the United States is a fact that should nlwa s b2 borne mind They are in the sense liD tejpiitory the property of the UnitedSt8tesJthicb if IK tth morn duty of the President pfj 1the United States t defend against foreign invasion cr do mestic insurrection Irdopend Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble KldneyJrouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor tJand cheerfulness soontwhen the kidi disappear 1neysor diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for a child to be born tneyttfSSi i ates too cften if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the childI reaches an age when it should be ablct to control the passage it Is yet afflicted withC bed wetting depend upon it the cause pf the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the tr treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased con ition of lheckidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppoaetWomen zs well ju men ere ader1i srable with kidney and bladder Mroublct and both need ihe same great remedy The mild and the imtnediate effect of SwampRoot soon realized It Is soldll by druggists in fiftyll cent and one dollars sizes You may haveisample bottle bymall i free also pamphlet tell jiotpo ot swuunootJ ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers c redln writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton W Y be sure andJ mention thispaperJ eice cannot be given them by the fiat of a President any morooI than it can be given Porto Rico The territory cf Itt United States cannot beI alieniatedI without the consent Congress AVhile the Philip pines remain ours it is the dutyfj of both the Piesident ard Congress tto maintain over them th5I authorit of the Uiied unimpared From the Boston Transcript r Sheriffs Sale for Taxess sI- 1I By virtue of the taxes due State of Kentucky and ihe IrdI ty of Washinglop forthe years INovcount court da 4heiflue door nHmJ1t lowing property or thereof as to satisfy and costs to wit Caflie Young one acre of land taxes and costs for 18OeGeorge Young one a theyearl taxes and costs for 3900 01 02 D3 04 1050 BONGC9AKE S Wt0 SIDNEY bsBouRNE D S Jan Taylor qt K ndallylllc Ind was seriously diseased wits kidney and bladder trouble for 20 jeers H tested every known remedy without much benefit unvil he used Piucnles Thisnev discOvery cat ed him and Mr vlorndiees alUncrson s suffer- lair from kidney or bladder trouble to get a bottle of PJfeules at once Sod by Haydons Phamacy A Card This is to certifyUiat all drupgists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey a jd Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the couglfand heals tho lungs Prevents pneumonia and will cure incipient consumption Contains no OPia and jis safest for children Ask esttFoleys Honey arid Tar and insi uou haying it Slops thq cough and heals the lungs Sold by Wood Campbell t The Youths Companion for 1905 It is impossible evento sum marize even inn single para graph the many arid varied at tractions which the Youths Companion announces ortloI coming year t A series of Articles planned to interest especially tile forty five millions of Americans who lookI directly to the soil for their sistence will treatof New Fields for Young FarmesTbe San itation offtbe FiirmLLTh0 Fu ture of American CottonuHow Women Make Monty on the Iarrnetc Seenserf 01 stOries and 2CO short stories by the mOt talented and popular American writers of fiction will form part of the conjj tents of the nev volume for 1905 Full Illustrated Announcement desaribing the principal features of The Companiansnew volun e for 1905 wJl be sent with same copiesloftlie paper to any ac dress free IflJenew subscriber who sends 175 now for a years suKrowp tion to The Companion receves free all the issues of The Com parioI for the temaining wee1s of 1904 also Te Companion Carnations Calendar for 1905 lithographed in twelve colors in gold v THE YOUTH s COMPANION oVJ 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass Yoa can ot cure pile by extern application 4ny rcmudy tobe off ct lye must be applied inside right at tile seat of the trouble WanZan is put up in collapsible tube with a nozzle so that it teaches iinside and applies the remedy where jt Is most needed ManZsn strengtheus the blood vessels and nerves so thatpilcs- arc impossible ManZari relieves the pain almost instantly heals soothes cools and cures Sold by Haydons Pharjmcy 0 WASHINGTON LETTER SpcnlQl Correspondence Tile fact that the Russian ainlfcissaj dor Count Cassia and his daughter Countess Gasslril Intro been guarded for several mouths by secret service men developed Upon their recent visit o Xcv Yqrk city The Itusstan am bassador went to their hotel In a car riage The secret service mon followed them In another cHrrlago and remained ajl tiny abut the hotel Count and Countess Citsslnl attended a perform i alice at a Broadvray theater Where tire secret service agents were just asmuch In evidence as they had been about the hotel earlier In the day The explanation is given at the state department that information was re- ceIved four months ago that Japanese in this country harbored designs to kill or harm the count aud countess and at tlie request of the Russian govI ernment but against the wishes of Count Casnlni secret service men were clcLsSkd tJ guard the rinbn ajdor and Us duUfchtor ngahut iittack A IlcitiarUalile Book 1 The second smallest book in WasUI ingtouls In the library of the navy deI partuiont and it Is a volume of consid erable interest and value The boots about two Inches long one and n half Inches Tiroad and onethird of anj Inch thick It was published Jn Ion don in 17S3 and contains dn exhaustive account of the sinking of a British manofrwar the Itoyal George off SpitI hend In August 1782 The binding Of this remarkable boot consists of twoI oaken boards sections of the cabins wainscoting of the fitted ship ItI is understood that the original binding was torn oil and the oaken binding put on by an otllcor wire secured the board from a section of the Koynl George at the tine It vas raised and removed from Sl head harbor Xaviil IloNpttnl Eiiiimntcii In his annual report the surgeon general of the navy hear Admiral P F itlxey has submitted the following estimates For Improvements of tire hospital at the navy yard Washington GO000 navHl hospital SlUm Alaska 10000 renovation of present hospital at Norfolk and additions 200000 rendwal of present hospital buildings and erec tion of quarters for medical staff fin vat hospital ronsacola 50000 acquisition of additional land adjacent to naval hospital Yokohama Japan 3000 Recommendation also Is made for a navall hospital nt the naval sta- tIon Charleston and one at the naval station Oiongapo Cnittol Enlargement Few questions to come before co ri press at tire December session are o- ftte1tiicei1nitrtlmthuQhed in the proposed enlargement of thq capitol It ivlll be recalled that the senate last spring Instead of auth r Iziug the enlargement of the cailtltbl l foe which the house had a second aim0 voted established a Joint commission to Investigate the subject Its report Is nearly ready Of the two plans chicf ly under consideration that Involving the smaller extension will prolJabl be recommended which means that the front ofthf capitol will be brought out just far enough to give tlie dome a solid base Instead of having It rest On a portico on Its east front as now New SiviiiM Jllulatcr Dr Leo Vogel a lawyer and secre tary of tire Swiss legation at Berlin who has been appointed minister to the United States was it Is said sec rotary of the Swiss legation at Wash Ington about ten years ago and according to the practice of the Swiss government is now eligible for promo tion to the higher grade of minister Mr Fernand du Martheray the present Swiss minister to the United States was appointed In February 1903 but is now away on leave of ab sence and the altalrs of the legation lire in charge of Mr Ernst Probst see rotary of legation Emperor AVllIInmn Gift Emperor Williuins gift to the Amer lenu people of n bronze statue of Fred crick the GrCft t will be unveiled by the Baroness Speck ton Sternburg the German ambassadress on the cspJ1 nude ot the army war college Jfovv 1U Iu tire presence of the president the Imbinet the diplomatic corpse tire su prome court the admiral oIof tire nal3ji tire chief of stair of the armytand Of lifers of tire army ami navy II Wash Ington Tire prlncipal adilr Kfof tho TresidentItoIllxlinp of Vn liIiisrtju- AfterlHnlng been without a resident bishop for two yearsj the Methodist Eptacopnl church In Waslilugtoh ubw 1tiib Bishop Earl Cranston until recent- lyl stationed at Portland pro The ap pointment of BlsJiop Cranston as resi deiitbishap of the District or Columbia rs made itt the last gcneifal confer ence of the lotho lit church hold at 140j Auseci in May IrIs teem of appointnient1 for four yOft r8 and ho will be the hca I of Meth odishi at the capital for tlm length of lime Bishop Cranston is ne of he inot distinguished prelatbs hi the Unit td StAtes While not so welt known In Wswhingtoif excojJt to the clergy he has a reputation on the Pacltiu coast ICcnitlnenhl1 Hnllf bulltlng to be oCtiieuui lena Involution of tire CorcarnilS Gallery of Art on Seveut Is expected when finished fc be one of tire handsomest structures of Its kind hi the national capital The Cor nerstone was laid with appropriate ceremonies Inst April The buliiliuiis- to COlt not more than SJOOOOO Mar bio id tJ to tlie materIal itaod The frontage mi Feveutefiith utrcjct Is to be 210 feet slid the structure Is to occupy JWOOO square feet of ground The first lloor will be devoted jiiainly tb tin ritz ditoriam which will have a seating ea paclly of 2000 CAUL SCHOFIELD lnt 1 CJUU An Irishman csiine to a tltfctor rom plsIilrigf that he ii4 uses lhr Ids lLott 01 ltnve thliii sri tire tai clhc BaidatV somotoimes 01 cnn hcarthlni fifty feet away LIppIncptts Maga zinC A Mans Opinion SIqdy Customer Do you think that a photograph of a woman In order to be good should necessarily be deceiving Photosrapher If Jtls a true like ness yes Detroit Free Press j when Marguerite Proponed tq Me When Marjruerlte proposed toimo Oh gubUlely the did the doc4 iAnd not as msnkind did she plead h When Marguerite proposed toi me she uttered not a slnglo word Her drooplns oyellds hardly ptlrrtd But Weir I lknew though nalieht I heardSt1 When M3rucite prosed to ne When JlnrB crltc prepared toimc She uaed her own pcrauaslv nmofApd power that lave alone Imparts When Mir uerlto proposed to me Proposed to mi thit I propose nut Is It needful to iMcloso II jw I to Uw c ciJon DSO When Mareutrlto rroporrd to IJppl i alls JMaffazlne a 5SCommissioners Sale Marshal Oheser etc Pff ityIdaBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Washington circuit court rendered at the oct term thereof 1904 iin the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer for sate at tho Court Hquse door in SpringUeld Ky ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 23 1904 at highestbidder 2 oclock pm or thereabout be of 6 and 12 months the following de scribed propcrtvj towit 1 certain tract or parcel of lan1 lying and being in Wash ingjon county Ky on the waters ofr Lick Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a point on the Brush Grove dirt road coner tr Inmes Scott tlcncc wi h bad colts IIOM South to a hollow corner to FUnk Cheser thence down said hollow to Hence ScOts line thence east with said Hence Scotts line jto Lick Cretk thence up said creek to said county road thence with said road to the beginning containJng 65 acre more or less For the purchase price the pUr chaser or purchasers with approved security or auVttieB must execute bond bearing legal interest from date ot sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms tfM fG LEACHMAN M C wC C WOMAN AND FASHION For School Wear Ireseru made vltli blouse waists and full skirts nrc always becoming to young gJrK anti suit their wesirers ad mirably well Inasmuch ns they menu lporfectfixodoni ss well ns style This OUOl pclnHnrly uttractlve and Is adapted ton variety of materials but is shown In cadet blue clmllic with ring data of blftck arid Is finished wIth ei oraLs ULOPsiK collars rind cults of plain blue Tire skirt is cut In live gores anil lslzuldia- de1i IliUts at side rind back then joMiedt the body lInJttg and closed at the back while the iilause Is quite sep arate arid closed nt the froSt in double breasledrstyle To iuake the dress for u glrf twele yanrs 6f age will bcrc liUrcil acrci aim onolfi lf yards of nia terlall twcityaovet Inches wide sx awl oiicluilf yarns thrtytAo Inches ride pr thiee and thjjcefonrths yard- soItyfrrr iiuclC3 wide with oaehalf yanl twfut sevcniuuhes wide for oj lur mid cult ConccrnrnriIntn- llbbu of two cxitrastln shades Is very anjjait for trifftming sailor huts The crown is qutte llslinct from the brim In tire new tiirbuns Thy fur felts jjf Just your have given way to Jhose of soft sllfy uppeararice resembling velvet Tulle Is one of tile lnesttrlmming ldon nrfjl Is used In great quantities Toquclj made of velvut lexves and frijlt aie very modish particularly the Vine nnIl leaves of tire muscatel grape Ostrlclf tips tirrnngcd nil around rind against ihc crown Is a favored mode of trimming AntuuanPclIlnGlI jjorgepus Is the one word which will describe tire frill veilings Vivid blue gr en lavender and rose veils bnvo boon onjcred fbr thc pnst row sunjmqc peiisons but tIrey ttttle Into Ingiglilfl entice yhch cfimpnred with the stami od chiffon cffcets of the hourTbtShl who litisj only one reftdy to vvear frill hat can give It a now twist by the ppWsBloii of fteremlj yells which will combine wejl with Uscbnt for the new rolls are draped to envelop completely iran the broadest of uiHHnery t r Smart DcKlSra Fi r Valnt ivmong tit 101 rtWl designs for wrIsts tins sensiu are those haying hickS for brnaincutrtbu The one sliowuhcrC Is irinde over a fitted lining I1JAii nAIWr and the popular drooping shoulder Is ofrecto ya seamless yoke that cx f4uds wiill over tlll sleeve The sleeves ate widfe and full below the elbow tile upper part belng tucked to lit the arm Fiuopthlttt As1 Illustrated It was made ofpalQ pluk lausdowne but many tilh cr materials are adapted to the inak lag such irs taffeta crepe de 11ui pongee BAtin and voile Tile medium size roqulrcj three rind ousclghth yarui v lv ta b I1iIUThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has be a 1 j 11 use for over 0 years has borsi the Sipatnre C and has been made under Ids per 1l SK ra sonalsupervisktllil ice Imlnfaaet I AS I taJ Allow no one to deceive yomi tUc All Counterfeits Imitations anjd JuStasyood re Iwtfr i Experiments that trifle with and endanger the lM ltk fit Infants and Cfldrca3criene against xpe ftt What isi OASTORA j Castbria is1 a harmless safeetitmte fr Castor 00P r goric Drops and Soothing Syrapi Jt is PleMaat It fiou tains neither Opium Morphine taor other KaroetJc feubstance Its agi is its guarantee It destroys WorirtB find allays FeverIShness It cures Diarriioea ami WiiMl IColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoftstiyatioK and Flatulency It assimilates jthe Food regulate 1Mr 71 1rhcCENUINE OASTORI ALWAS ur Bears the r Signature of r 4I t11t1 fie Kind You Have Always Bought nlI In Use For Over 30 Years ott r 11 CHOICE MISCELLANY Prince lloyrys Idea ol Royalty Tfcc tfrbndi professor jot Prince Henry of Prussia one day read to Juan the following exercise for translation Sovereign lIndies have not merely an air of majesty but a gracious deport inunt ijeculiar to them The prince laid down his pen and raised his hand 4nuveou any remark to make ask edtheac1ier Only this Do you or do jrouj not wish to teach nib to be truthf hi r Certainly i wish to teach you tnfthfulness Let mo tell you- thaniJhatt I have known sovereign la dies zifeniQnever noticed In them any majesty or pQcTflTa grace oq deportment Quite the contrary Ouglit Woiioti therefore to omit the phrase you have just rend The profeSsor said that ly respected the scruples of his pqp1hHe could not however cor r trlniresorcfse book Which hail been rcatefiuily inspectetj before being set dowii qa the list for study Besides tho incite of a boy of twelve differed fr n1nlat of nit adult IRe might hereafter see majegty nnd grace rthere he now1 sties none Henry took tip lila pcn itiijd Ayrole cut tire phrase lii reiiclqRe tLcn uttered a gro4n and observe Its an awful shame to foist such ubaks upon usLondon Truth rA Flitladcltilila nepsnrB Method One iof tire professipnal beggars whose lar Is along Brojtd street frqm Chestnut South has evolved a new style ojf appraich which Is bringing him infia go returns He studies tim feet oft pisscrsty and when he sees a man co rung nlpu in new shoes or In shoes that have been recently shined lie takes n stnnd directly In the way of his intended victim and stares hard at t lose same shoes Of course the pedestrian stops short and looks down sit his feet to see what JS the matter rnriui them Then tire beggar remarks isifto himself but lun tone Avhlch you may wager the victim hears welicmugL I JIy1l jwlsht I had a pair of shoes na gocd ftfl thejnIs nccOmPUShedtwo trian ti stop and pay attention which is luilij pf the professional beggars frame Ip every case antl he has secur ttln line Introduction for a touch There Js tisuaHy a nickel In It ut ajuy rate njidSjiueflmes there Is A pair of shoes which crtn be conveniently pnwuetjL rhllatlclphla Press fjTIng EgG For Age A iiejv niil simple hietho for testing eggs iBlpublished In Uermnn pnperslt is Ijjtsej upoa tile fact that the air chamber hi the lint end of the egg in placed1inwill show un Increasing luclluntlon tttllbii with the long axis vcrtlcul A scale Jf attached to the vessel contain ing Uq salt solution so that the Incli nation of tile llaitlug egg toward thQ horlzoiitnl can be measured In this way the age of the egg cnn bo doter mined jnlmost to a day A fresh egg lies Inn horlzoutnl position nt the hot toni pfj de vessel An egg from three to fl ejdnys old shows an clerntlon of the flat end so that Its long axis forms nn angle of twenty degrees JJthi nil cggclght days old the jingle Increases to fortyfive degrees with rid egg four tcmltdays old to sixty degrees nnl with blic three weeks old to seventy Live degree while airegg q month old floats Vertically upon the pointed end t Demand For Unman IldTr The feirgcstdenlers In human hair In New York who practically supply the hair crop for tire entire coanjEry nrcf authority for the stntenicnt that the Jeunnil Jor this cOmmodity was never us frciit ns It li nt present The result Is that the price of nil shades null styJM of human hair Is rapidly soaring Mvnl hero Jwi becu nn cdvanco u tie price of first class hull of from oO to50 per cent within the last three months The present indications ere judging from the size of the crop now being Imported that there will be a stllhfilrtlicr advance in prices during the winter months One dealer said that It Is nlni9St impossible to supply the demand for first class gray hair A wig ofjgr4iy human hair of fine C1unl1ty Uavortii Its weight In sliver or perhaps utrui it1 Edna Dlllara 2ilO 14- Edut Oifflardi 21014 Is It new 2 20 performer tor llrtjl Dlllard 20i Ed na fillianVs dam Is by 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