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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 7 r t ttt rHI NEWSLEADER t f Il5hJ E ri I Itt ijl New SferiesY61 XI No 45 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTBj F TUCKY NOVEMBER 17 orl 100 A EABI q 1 IEMBALMERSI Jr r Carry In tock all kinds of Fnnera Applies PHONE 53 f OUR DIRECTORY v SPRINGFJEU countyscat of a yasbingtdti Courity 52 JWiles soutH stot jzington 59 mites from youisvilietfn Bardstown branch of I 6ulsvill and Nashville railroad in ii farming and agricultural district J Two Banks telegraph and telephone r lines express office flour mills lumberyards Pope1 ation 1100 population of county 15000 3ReprsentatiVCH Smith Hpdgenville Ky i f Keptcsertatlve in Kentucky Legis latureHonl W D Claybrooke Representative in State SenateHon Lancaster Ltbanon Kyb5ArrvCounty Directory i CIRCUIT COURT Circuit qou begins on the fourth- S Monday in February May jandOcto tr aJCH Thurman Judge Ri L Durham commonwealth At tbrney y V F MCarapbell Olirkeii1 G Leachman Master oaer trQUARTER COURTbQuarterly Court is heldl on the third S1fonday in each month B I titscy Judge t COURTCOUNTY County Co art meets on the fourth Monday in e ch mouth- S I314LitsyJudge WP Booker County Clerk i TS Hayes County Attorney f George Catlett Jailer jL Byron Croak SheriffgRichard Isham Sidney Osborne R Jl Mnllican t Deputies ri1dMastersJames F Moore County Surveyor- S J I Royalty Assessor T POBryan Deputy I Robert Npe Treasurer i J M Montgomery Coroner JIV Bush soptofCommon Schools P Oi SprlngQeld CITY COURTtJames R Noe Police Judge J itiSMi MirivU W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in Januaryii April July and Octobery1 Church Directoryii 4 g SMErnDISTCt1iRCH Rev J C Hoskinson Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sundays Ineach month at 11 a mland 730 p m Sunday School every Sunday atlO arn Prayer r meeting very Wednesday night a iCATJIQLIC CHURCHt tIRev PF t vLccs very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock Jm Services at St Rose same hoursj j t CHRISTIAN SURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service Bccond and fourth Sunday in each month PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Hev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday atMl am l V and at 7 pm sunday school every j Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting I feyorV Thursday evening at 7 oclock f BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and 715 pm Sunday School every V Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 715 oclock A evey if rFraternal Ordeas rMASOKIC tODttK SpringBeid lodge u No meets first and third Mouday irl Poach month Washington R JA Chapter No 57 meets every Second Tuesday 4 t Springfield Council tlo 52 meets on every iourth Monday 1KNIGUTS of TJUtMCAtJRESMeet everY first Wednesday in each moo 4 rAMERICAN SSsSssS3 i 4 k I 8ILvERjjci jj- t1 i i t jj4s eve- res1caii lwIa CIw4 r iJIII y11 ZaI1 If LtCiIITII I JaOycs Z i c Sjb I q t ForJebyCJ Haydon iy TrteHt Pyi pwinwAe MooJ Cef t twk AtoeraoUoaf fl12th vliWWt li j ROUND Of tALK 1e- i3- i qfl3cNature Gok Fall Sale Do you want sotne nice persimmons We have just jilorely lire l They are plump land fat and juicy And are reallv very fine purcbasIIII Ere But te quick if ton would 4 the simmon easons pastIBear Possum ibuj quite largely And theyte going very fast iOr perhaps you nee adornments Decorative things arid such Weve a line of lea es and branches That no other hou se can topch But youll have ito o der quickly Conic inspect em while they last Wfndfe Gale are larj fe investors And theyre goln j veri fast itt If for nuts youre intbe market We have quite the finest stock t And our lovely line of acotns Fairly makes tbevunj ers flock t Bat though we control the outputcAnd our varied sti ck is vast i quirrel Brothers all Hare buyingJ And theyre going very fasEx- OBACCOresidentW BIJ Hawkins Tofff or the Burley accO Growers Association admits that his cai4 Jssued recently d in which lIe appared to think that the plans had failed was or the purpose of stirring ups the tobacco men of the country to action Mr Hawkins Is now quoted as saying Our show ing at the roundup of the signtd contracts was far better than t we had expected We have riot requisite amdunt of tobaccot t ut will have in pen days if we do not let up The workers of the company wil be asked to go on taking contracts and all ofE the counties in tie Burley dis trict which have pot been worked will have speakrs to get them in line as we want to contractor 1 all tobacco that is yet out Washington county tobacco rowers arje resting easy on thet matter Perhaps theJ majority iIil ion and those Yfho haye stayed p out say that thet are not worry ing that theyj bdlieve that they will get a good price this year l anyway for their product Few lfarmers look any farther ahead i one year Jin this matter which is bad foi the success oflthe Burley As Delation as the strong point in the argument of the promoters iisj that the rganJj t ization if mad a success thist ear will becbme permanentt and will prove a factorin fight ing the tobaccOTrust which threatens to keep the price of t tobacco at a owiigurett i NOT jLEARNED One RAVE suppose that as longs the Australian ballot system of voting has ben in vogue that j he voters in an enlightened county like Washington would have learned hqw to record their votes correctly but an examina tion of the returns of the recent election shows hat such is not the case with many of the voters in this community Aside from a number of ballots which could not be counted by the officers at all for the reas n that the inten tion of the voter could not be de termined atallthere were ballots which were counted but which showed plainlyj the voters ig noranc of th correct way to stamp A recent mistake in marking the ballot was to staaip in the square pposite thje name qf the first elector instead of inl the circle under the device when the intention was to vote the straight ti ketThis error madei a difference in jtfie result forth first Democratic elector on the ballot was credited with a plu rality of 20 more votes over the leading Republican elector than his fellow elecWs The count gives the leading Democratic elector a plurality of 34 while some of his fellow electors on the same ticket are credited with only 14rhe deS repancy would have been much greater it is said had not the officers at some of the vyting places tak in andIintpMonas this bower would be a fatal one in an election where different offices were to be voted for under one device The incident shows that the voters are not all educa ted to the ballot system and some probably never will become so l tQ5D HUMORED LocalI Vp Democrats while surprised II at thi gigantic proportiobs ofI the recent Republican land slide are inclined to take the matter good naturedly and to go ahead rn the daily pursuit of their bust cess A good story is told on a wellknown farmer Democrat who had interest enough tin the election tocome llo town on elec tion night to learn something of the result Ballad been indoors getting news which indicated that Rooseyelt had swept the- buntrv Every telegram was in lavorol Roosevelt Roose velt appeared to be all powerful The farmer issued forth after while and found a good rain falling which indicated tne breaking up of the distressing rouh This waslindeed good news The farmer with a sighii of gratitude lifted his hat and with his faced turned skyward o that the rain fell upon his rugged countenance said Thats right R osevelt let it rain on Another well known citizen who takes an interest in 111atterstt political was an interested lisii ener to the news from over theIl country arid after hearing of the great votes of New York Indiana and other doubtfull States turn ed to a companioni with the remark They say that Booker Washington ate dinner with the President I wbnder what would have happened if Tddjhad in vit d him to Jstay to supper IIIv NDICTAJENTS lhegrandZ X jury which closed its sessiob i last week returned a big batchii indictments 90 ih all for va rious offenses most of them mis demeanors They do say that Commonwealths Attorney Purcham is proving a terror to laws breakers and that his prompt l ings and aid inthe grandjury jroom helped materially in swell ing the list of true bills One jwould hardly have thought to judge from the apparent quie tude and order which has per vaded our county during tthe past w months that it would u1l possible t find that many viola ions of the law but such Is evi dently i he case and it is said that several surpris s arc in store foroffenders l v sportsmrtncY full force this week but he isI warned to be exceedingly careful on whose farm he sets his foot for the farmers throughout the county seem to be particularly averse to allowing any hunting on their places Notices have been published and posted by many warning hunters off Under the existing law every mans property is posted and hunters entering qn farms without the owners consent lay themselves liable to prosecution v for tress pass without tile formality of a warning The reason that farm owners are growing so particular is d ue to several causes Reckless hunters have fr queritly injured stock by shooting and then birds are becoming so scarce that the average farmer dont care to have them exterminated One farmer in speaking of the matter to the NEWSLEADER man re marked The fool Kentucky Legislature has passed ea law forbidding a man from killing his town birds on his own farm und giving them away or selling th mso we are not going to have any town chaps coming outj to kill them for us and carry themaway WATthiIndust2iou m nor woman as permanent representa tive of big manufacturing com pang to look lifter its business in this county and adjoining territory Business successful an3 established Salary 20 weeklyfl and expenses Salary paidI lweekly from home office Ex pense money paid in advance Experience not essential Enclose selfaddressed envelope General Manager Como Block Chicago MacfcvIIIe f3 J T Watts sold a pair of 4 yearold mules to Frank Simms Springfield at 285 air a combined 7 yearold mare tq Gentryi Bros Danville for f0 and bought 50 head of cattle weighing COO to 1200 pounds from different parties at 275 to 315 pet dred tlhunj At the personal of Wesley Hilton the following prices were realized Much cows 14 to 25 200lb hogs 440I anaverIage 1345 each corn at 250 calys 5 each household and kitchen furniture sold well Hendren Cocanougher became the purchasers of the 1 10 acre farm at D50 Mr Hilton and family will move to McComb Ill Will Leachman andy family of Fairfield were visiting friends and relatives here last week Bob Milton sold a sevenyear old combined horse to Gilbert Carpenter at 65 Reuben Bottom sold a bunch of 1000Ib cattle at SiCi Lois Yankey also sold a bunch of 700 jheifersat3c Sam Duncan and wife of Bry antsville Garrard county were visiting relatives here the first of the week AuntPollv Peter formerly of his place But now of Bardstown is very low arid not expected to Hvc L R Riley bought a 142 acre farm of X S RitGy t50 per acre Possession at once Wilbur Peter bought an ight yearold combined mare of J T Cunningham Harrodsburg atG5 Deafness UBllot Be id by loc iapplications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car There is only ono way to cure deaf nesS and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness iis caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Unit of the Euslajihlan Tube When this tube iis in flamed you have a rnmb l lhi j sound or imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely closed Deafness is the resultand unless iliii inflamation anbetakon out and this tube re- tored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever tune cases out often are caused by Catcrrli whichie nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Ilnnnred Dallars for any Case of Deafness rcaused by catarrh that caniTot be cured by lIall9I Catarrh Cars Send lor circulars free F J CIIENRY CO Toledo O Sold by arH RiHts 75c Take hails Family Pilli for Constipationii Fo r Sale Privately Having decidedi to retire from business 1 offer for sale my two story business house 24x50 ft with 10 ft shed warerocm full length also my stock of goods consisting of Furniture Notions Groceries Stoves und stove u ten sils icvoice 1000 to 1200 aJr my twostory dwelling 7 rooms largo hall above and below meat liousp wash house hen house new barn good cistern and extra good niillv house Lot 1 acres Can be bought reasonable tiios J GRAVES 2mcs MaclallleKy Arret led at Lebanon Herman MereUi a Jewish optician is in jail here charged with obtaining inoney under false pretenses On June the 19th he gave Mr C E Mulljns a worth less check for 19 and for some time Chief of Police Thompson has had him shadowed and has lhad him arrested twice but for same reason he was released Thursday of last eekhhwas arrested again at VVilliamstown and the Sheriff of Grant county brought him here and lodged him in jail in defanlt of 200 bond His triallis set for Tues dlyFaIc9 i- OolyMaMsaBaiMaJicrtec c Peraaps you hive never thought of it but the foct must be apparent to every one that constipation is caused by a lack of crater in the system and tho vse of drastic cathartics like the ole fashioned pills pily makes a Lad matter worse Chamberlains Stomach end Liver Tablets arc much more mild in effect and when the proper dose is taken th iractfon is so natural that oiie can hardly realize it is the effect of a medicine Try a 3Sc bottle of them r6r sale by HaydonB drugstore To Cp a Cold in One Day Tale LAXATIVR BROMO QUIK INE Tablets All druggists refund j 7thei Graves sicnalire is on each box 25c ft a iS5K ijiAAj SS Wiro JOfI r LOCAL INTEREST I MWto uWM MMWMW Mo 1SOLvEDTh problem pub l jlished below has been puzzling school teachers and otheis in the county and Uj ytquest Prof Simpson Roberts l11as made a so lution of it as follows PROBLEM How much lead JSpecificgrav- ity 11 with ounce copper spe cific gravity 9can be iut on 12 ounces of cork Assuming the spscific gravity Jj so that the three ill just float that is have aspeciiic gravity ithesame as water SOL TIO ot If the specific gravity of cbpperis 9 a bulk of copper an iunce in size or any other sizej will equal 9 bulks of water of the same size and if the specific gravity of cork be a given bulkj of cork will buoy its own weight and three bulks of waer its Size tlus 9 divided by three equals 3 that i one bulk of cork the size of one of the 9 bulks of water compared with the copper will buoy 3 of said bulks of water or one sixth of an ounce of cork will flOat orj buoy i ounce of cojpper when the copper is not ipimersed but when the copper is immersed it will lose oneuintbj 01 its weight or the ratio of copper weighed in air and water will be as 8 to 9 or nineeighths or onesixth di vided by nineeighths equals onesixth multiplied by eight ninths equals fourtwenty seven ths Thus fourtwentysevenths ounce of cork wilt sustain when mm er eel in water t ounce of copper 12 minus fourtwenty sevenths equals 11 and twenty three twentysevenths ounces of cork and as buoyant force of cork is 3 11 and twejiththree tvtpnt7 sevenths ounces cotk wilt buoy 11 and twentyihree twentyseveriths multiplied by 3 equals 35and fifteen twepty sev enths ounces when substance js not immersed but the ratio of lead weighed inwater iis eleven tenths or 11 thus 35 and fifteen twouty sevenths multI lied by 11 equals 39 and c neninth ounces or 2 pounds ar d 7 ard oneninth ounces Answer To TAKE CII4UOEJ Rqy W Y Davis Secretary of tie Bbard of Trustees of the Grur dy Pres byteriau Orphanage vas here this week to act with Messrs John W Lewisand W A Waters the local members of the board in taking formal charge of the property A Superintendent has already been employed and put in charge Mr William Abe rill who is wen recommended for such work has moved with his family to thohoEneand will take charge of tfie work of pre paring the house for the purpose for which it is destined It is not exp cted to have any chil dren placed at the home for some time yet probably not befoi spring as there is a good dell of work to be done and many de tails to be attended to before the placeis ready Theolarge farm will be operated for tho benefit of the home and mv connection therewith Tlio Grundy Pres byterian Orphanage promises to be a success and a betting me morialtothe good woman who donated it GOOD SAI4iTha public sale of live stock grain etc of Mr Luther A Barns whrch took place last Thursday was welll at tended and everything sold well The sale was one ofthe largest oues that has taken place in this Ayers You can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It Stops UairVigor fjallingof the hair t also Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disappointed Isnt that so Mr hair faded trllit wutbont white U took just one AyerI hair V1goro- restore It to Its formic dark rich tolor Your Hair Vigor certainly does what you claim fo- rJtAlL BooOAJf itocklugharu y iICO a bottle 3 Ann co 1own Slas clru2dltlfor Fading Hair J county for sometimot realizing aboutJBe 000 Among the prin eutyearIling100 4 heifers 57 3 heifers 52 i same f18 cow 22 cow f20 bay colt i22 year old colt 75 2year old colt SlOG pair work mules 305 1 mule 90 2ear old mule 143a threeyear od mule 141 sorrel mare 44 brown mare 9350 black mare 32 pair vork mules 325 rhirty head of Poland China hogs sold at from 14 to 26 common hogs sold at 470 per hundred Baled hay 295 bales at 52 cents per bale 300 bales straw at 18 to 32 cents per bale pats brought from 42 to 51 cents per bushel and corn from 52 to 53 farmingttDplem OFFICIAL COUNT The official count of the vote of this county at the Presidential election was completed last Saturday and the result agreed4 with the figures given by the NEWSLEADER last week The plurality for the Parker electors is 34 counting the vcte of the leading electors on each side The total vote cast shows a remarkable falling offJrom that othe vote cast in 1900 the last presidutialeIections- yhich illustrates the indifference of the voters iii the past cam paign Ther were 339 fewer votes cast fOI the electors this yeaf than in 1900 The vote for Bryan in 1900 iin Washington county was 1069 for Parker in 1904 1432 or 187 less The vote fcr McKinley in 1900 was 1600 for Rcosevelt in 1904 1448 or 152 less The Republican gain m the county for president over 1900 is 05 votes This year the Prohibition ticket received 31 votes Peoples Party 7 the Socialists 1 and the Social Labor none Judge It H Thurman re ceived 1496yotes for Circuit Judge TuniYThe SprIngfIeld Poultry Co has begun turkey killing operations at its plant here but on a small spate owing to the difficulty in securing tur keys Buyers have been out through the country for some time but they have contracted for only a few fowls Many of those who have turkeys are not ready to let them go ypt saying that they are not large enough The truth is the cropis a little late this sea qnl owing perhaps to the late spring and farmers Want to hold and let the fowls grow pore and perhaps they think that the pried will grow in proportirn Local buyers ure offering 9 and 10 cents per pound on foot and the present tkUl is intended for the Thanksgiving market LUMBER fadrsGreen the local lumber men have made a big purchase of llogs from S JK Cofield who has been in the county for several months buy ilug timber and shipping 4t out This lumber was in the log and at the station here ready to be GreenrPUisoIoo feet andt is being sawed into rough lumber by the firm at a te mporary saw mill just above town A Runaway BICYCle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J BOrner Franklin Grove IU It developed stub norn ul6er unvieidingto doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica SalyI cured Its just las good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Pile 25c atO J Haydons drugstore GofinlcrrCillui4h G3nnifiC Foley Co Chicago originated Jon91reiueiyllnd 1r merit and popalaiitjt 0 0l ey Ron e and ToLf many imitations are offered for tbo genuIne Ask fortf Foleys Honey abdlar4 and refuseI any substitute offeried as no pret1 t para on Avlll give he same atisfac tion Itla mildly axative It con1 talus ho opiatcfe land is safest for children and delicate persons Sold iby Wood Campbell i 1 1c tn 7t 1jiPO741411IIi t tiBilkingPoWl er 11 Mks ClertBr d fiWith Royal Baling Ponder t1irI I i no mixing with tie hands no sweat ofrtfacility Ei dJ t Full1 instructions in the OY aIBai er and PastryCook book for making all kinds of bread Biscuit fwiany is 100 ST NEWYORKS tiIebanonI Locals From The Enterprise Messrs Fleece Bosley and Anthony Walstoa of near Simms returned from Missouri Monday where they purchased 26 head of mules tThe mules reached here Monday nightand are a choice otof yearlings and two year oldsI Mr J6hn William Carricp and Miss Effie May Lamb were married ais St Augustines church Tuesfllay afternoon The groom iha y9uhg farmer and the son of Mr W T Carrico of Washington county The bride is the daugh ter of jMr John Lamb Auctioneer Brusj ls eports the following County Court day sales 1 cow 20 1 cow 1860 1 19 10 shoats 180 per cowl 1 sow and 8pigs 12 1 tract oftard57 acres Known as the Clqll crawford tractou Lick Run 1900 1 tract 70 acres for 800 John Russell farm 196 acres near IRaywick for 4000 j hd9and lot oa same place 400 l A Hcay Load To iift that load off the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests vrhai youeat Sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all disorders of the stpmajch that are curable are Instantly relieved and permanently cured by the u e of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storr a druggist at 297 Main street New Britain COLt says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such nniver sal Satisfaction and is o sor lybe comhh the positive relief and snbse quent cure forthis distressing ailment I feett that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recom uicndingitto them I write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years ofscientific ex periments and vill positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by all druggists Be eHoncy and Tar is different from all other remedies for the relief of coughulung and bronchial troubles It contains Antiseptic pro pertes that destroy tie gerjoas and SolyCat prooerties that cut the phlegm allovjrlag it to be thrown off moves the bowels gently Cures Croup Whooping Cough and Colds in one hlght Sold tby Haydons Pharmacy Nitice Ti Hunters t Se tie undersigned hereby notify one and all hunters that no hunting will be allowed on our farms Violators Will be prosecuted for tresspass iG 0 Donahoe ED Kelly Jr Cj Ji Grundy W N Elliottof T A oGlundy W 0 Grundy 4L GG Tucker ot1 S P Derringer- t abFa70red By Jolt Parties R publicans and Democrats alike prate Foleys Honoy and Tar for coughs colds and all throat and lung diseases asnoothnr remedy can corn par with it It is safe and sore F T Slater merchant 171 Main street Gloucester Mass writes Foleys Houey and Tar cured meoi a very bd cough whfchI had for three rnths though otherremedles failed to bine fit me I can highly recommeadi foe Cough and coldsSotU by Wood Ii Campbell ClLGMliWli-j t rIntherace between Co1JP Chinn and Hon Stun 0 Black for the Democratic noEa natwi- f for State S nator iii this diitrfct Col Chirin wo hauls ddwnr TM result was a wirprlj riy in ih large BMtjoeifc which tMCi 812or nearly three TP M ioJfe ilassoneOnl1qne reclh t t went for Mr Blacc4tne Ob1yI lsonf l his thought 11 fmuchfft Curing the llist week of tfctb fIitcanvass and speeckriiakUfl the feeling and inteffcfcj rea a liVely rate and aft the cloM it was generally talked aboiV as being the most int0rstiaylta t tune of the I ctiolhBt the final contest on Tutsclaj wasexv tremely Quiet though earaMt and pasted off without arijW of excitenient1rrod rr Democrat Mr Black Col Cninas oppo nenti was foraaerly rteident of Washington county and is welt known hereS I 1 Thatawfiil grinding sfa bJji jf pi t JJ- the J tackia fraat tji kid eya A f 1ni1 I Jput up im a new way iA cliflrtfilf Y emedy and ipeclic for all KWtoy ud bladder tpocsoPpharmac ti it f r 1UlIDeWitts Witch Hazel 8lre has cured thousands ot caMM of Pa I bought a box of DeWItt rikctHiztl Salve on the recomndeUo QfHr ii druggist so writes O ffXadroix of u lJbornj nently Sod by all druffcwtg J teed j J Lieut yniwia Reed 1Y1iL jIStates army formerly of 8iiifi t field YJWSllI LowkiTilltfiiit J night and will return today to Blr Louis where be is a ber f r iimandofther ii assigned to duty at the Expost i tion and for these foiirie V 1i places there were over 1000 ar ii jofthoj was the only officer apjxwntod J front below the Ma eadIKxcm f line He has many fria ia t Louisville and went with ttie ttjLouisvijle Legion to Pcwrto Rico f I CJourierJdurrial Ii a PlsasantHlIiI f t 11I fjThofj 1j about dana gathnisgeoiihkk rriis a very poor crop bt as wfil asconld be expeci 4 wiih W a t dry season The sportloviiir lbojp ae er i treaaely glad siact tlw lMfch tcrabbits and quaiaidbyMo v portunityto see whiiI UM bsi i marksman r Mn Mdllie Gibtpa k iort Jthe McGhotdIDlha Ltlsaadst ctttt takir lerreatmenfqriW dreaded diasise cotw + l f1toJolnt3 ames Hedtr UiiJj lClD lbmSM8rfT withi IrelatlVecf IiitPtiM1 Itrshaaefai Wben yoiib4Ua o4pcolda1 bni contrarp in the soIDr r New IiL PiIISty t Cma4snomattsriowt sy- L r rsspEtiYs of old ae DyspspMs Ji4Ioe Penr ccn- iiipi aiiM all TieW to tfc Affect PiiL 86c atC JBtylpa drug sar tl Plaisveaetstice a puic J3 by iiydous Pharmacy we MEWSLI if Ii VlttT THUMDXT TA YCAR IN ADVANCE iviI c SMWUCFilLD KV L L DAVraON Jr APIuLNuK I tll1 i MC ic t T4IuiIr OIIIIa sim 9h sd p Utkalattr I uIt atlewratHHt eu t4f- I 1M ate peW Mimy goods Asi1i sstpeM liberal a It uI Ml TMotutie of respect 3 II raW pjdl4s4s f2ro rONNrIi 500J t iLY OVMBER 17 1904J it i A ooff Democratic politicians 1 tbroogbovt the State there ap pmrstotea faction which is r rICiJtber8 and strength i v who object will 1be to break up t liM Miliit chain in office ofthet 4MBMtratio clique There is siia to be mach complaint at theii y7le campaign fund in the t rot ttecikm was handled the cbrge being made that AU dtott t 1Hacer wlM wa also the Chair Ias of the Campaign Committee ait where it would also fur tier hit 0IfJI iinterests as a candi I kte ipr the Democratic npmina r tkw lorGovernor The politicksl fOflwpchayeJt that Hon C Ca JlcChord of this place will be itrgedb the antii administration t 1oreMol the State to become their caodidatei for the Gover Borship Mr McChord has not bftxwfteimvolved with any party faction sdwe dont know thatI t ihe will be but this can be said io him and that is that he is one o the strongest men before the mis e dftbe people the party t cod select He is not identi 1J d with any of the political j t I rings or cliques which have been 1 i a discredit to the party in the I Ststeaiid be numbers among I Ills friends aome of the most in jeatial Democrats of Kentucky ft who are willing to support him I I Jor anything he wants which together with the friendship of J the masses of the people should make McChord a strong factor- I ti be considered in the next raceI fcjor Governor r The end of the JapaneseRus ran war looks as far off as ever Tje Japan government has just ioated another war loan of 30 1 030000 and the RUEsians a- nnoce that the war will con I tinue to the bitter end or until Russia js victorious There is very littte fighting iin the vicini ty of Mukden but the Japanese continue to show signs or actvi ty A dispatch from the Japa MH headquarters before Port Arhur says that rations in the have been reduced and I the Japanese think the cap ture of the eastern fortified ridge will mean the surrender of the garrison jin about two weeks They have a rough way ofr handling elect returns in some pirts of Kentucky A dispatch says that the ballot boxes used iii the craticprirnary elec tion in Barren cpunfy Saturday were stolen from the court hous a Glasgow early Tuesday morn iim by a gang of men broken iilto and the ballots mutilated 4 and scattered over town Tie grand jury is investigating the robberyj EI William Henry Jones JRepub VtheThird district by leialco1nt wins over Rich rdnon by a majority of 53 votes There ft likely to bel contest 11Js 1be Ninth aWrict where both csididdeArestih1 claiming the election 1 CfcMrT sa ell wri Liver Tablet art hiaoMinf at fmrecit f r j talaiicli ttosbis aril cHeUplio- Hyc fM4ydosa dgiWe- J J taJIIIIret1KeIJt wts kLd- aa1c1L He Y idy tllottt aR S S dPiSeSl4 bill dbOSIU7 cM IIi aiNI Mr qpa lor44N aa farina I wi tor from kid y oclrtaMw trMtUt td rI pt A bottle of tHxolN Mloncer bj fl7d051PIY 3fiifi 3ifc WItWiI5H ifH8Wfii WN wv zrowwwww t li News From The County 3tk 11 I II I HiPpeRn AmoHi the County People iip f l as Reported by our Correspondents v i 2icwaa M fi MWJP MM M9M cc4 l OO PleasantI o i oI1McssrsFunk of lLouisv ille were here l last week to at end the funeral of their cousia Duncan Leach man tJcounfyonbuinS8 Mrs Mary Or aw and Masters Theo are visitirjj at the home oftt T J Tien Mr Fk ank Willett went to Lebanon Sunday Charlie Trent and Pete S to go but very disappointment eha1eha1intended Maionr county boys too swift for thate it is consolation fprthem to know that there are ghfsathomawhen they cannot go alroa4sIt has been rumored aTound that a wedding is to take place l in these parts sdnpDud Shehan has rented the old toll gate house now occupied by the Fitzgeralds Mr Green Hays ofPolin was here prospecttingiSunday Green you had better look out many i pcor fellow has spent sleepless iit nights and had an celling heart over being attracted from the of his childhood by Pleas nt Grove beauties MUte Fitzgerald of Fredericks town is hero visiting hs sislei Miss Sallie Mrs G Ai Dohonpy and daughter Maryof Lebanon were over last week to attend the fu neral of Duncan lieachman and l visited W P Merjilt and family Dr Williams left Monday for his new location jat Maud It t wouldseem that every doccr that has eve beer in Poor Town has been there foti nb oLber pur pose than to wntbo hand and heart of one bfourjfair daughters and then break camp We wil see to it that the riext one comes there is a maimed man I FENWICK Miss Maggie BK ith visited heI sister a ireder ckstown 1 astI weekjMesdames W Lo sdon and Nannie Fen ick Kerein TCxas i the first of the weJy q W F Logsdon sold a calf to Sam CampbeUi for 10 El Bowles was n Lexingtoji last week on business Miss MattieBegley andLucien Whitehouse were in our village Sunday J D Barker sold some caftle llastl week tollatch tb Camden for ate Mrs Nannie Fenfrick sold two calves to John Bark r for 20 Miss Jennie Logsdon is spend ing thewoekwith her aunt MrsJ Jim Willett at Pleasant Grove Mr Nick Willett and sister Miss Lizzie of Independence Mo are visiting relatives at this place Vn Icy Hill 1We have had aoicti rain ro ceotly which was a great help to the small grain that was suffer ing from the 4trect4of the long dry sFelJI Mrs Jas Ko alt and charming daughter eft neap Maud were in our midst last W6dn sdfty W T Beam sold to L M Gregory of Pleasan Grove somt tine attie averaging 1130 poundsi 1at 365 per hundred Mr Greg oy also purchased some calves f om John Cutsinge of near this place Several from this place attend ed Luther Burns sale Thursday One man got so cold that heleft his partner and walked home a distance of 8 millSI J C Pile was in Lebanon Monday on buvlncsa Bruce Williams and wife andI Wallace Keay and wife of Moores vine and Mrs Eliznj Mitchell or near Polin spent Sup day withi James Goatleyl vAtnon thosle on tie sick list are Wm Bean and MESIWFl Moran who toe alight attack of lagrippe f We ire glad to reppr Mr Tucker who has had a samt tack of typhoid fever convalesc I rcsi ling att this writing Michell Walker is also on the road to b t WellvilleOn Saturday whileihaul ing wood from this place one of the horses belonging to Mrttb Jake Pardieu was suddenly at- acked t with a sp ll of colic After a few dos s of medicine and diligent hands were readily the horse was able to be 1bakenIfhisIf f f lJainte Jt1l We have been blessed with a good shower of rain since L13a- ciported his story of sightseers and believers in element phenom nas Come once more and tell ufe a more brief and more reason c able story Lilac ds we try to- ayafew l words about the an cient city of Litsey which has lately been infested with simlar ersonsclaining to see pecular objects in the elements Vel think this iiSl only the supersti tious persons of this Holy City 1 who think they will be possessed t of a blessing too great to be expressed in words Or perhaps t was some youth returning i home with his eyes larger than usual by the darkness and seeing a comet thought it was the Guardian Angel seeing him i safely homey Ilillsboro The first satW of the season fell here Sunday and it looked like we were going to haveaa blizzard The general opinion of all is that we are going toI have a severe winter arid arefmaking preparations toward that end We hope they will be dis appointed The long drought was broken here Wednesday night by a goodc rain Famished springs wells and ponds have been greatly re plenished It gave the farmers an excellent opportunity fIJf tobacco stripping and a rush will be made by most of the growers to have the crop ready for mar kct by Christmas The electien just passed was one of the quietest ever knowo in this vicinity The Republi cans succeeded in increasing their vote in this district oyer former years There has beec very littte demonstration onnieI part of any since the election possibly due to the fact that Judge Paiker was so badly defeated that they felt more like extending sympathy to him than rejoicing over the election pf Roosevelt which was c nsidereu a certainty from thestart The Democrats predict a severe panic to follow in a short time Our neighbor Coroner J Mi Montgomery was seen onal1 hinds arid everywhere before the election but since he has ben very quiet The genial Coroner knows that there is an otter fight before him next November but he will bo in readi ness to meet his Repnb ican op ponent when the time comes Misses Lizzie Con way ai d Mollie C tDmaclr two popular young ladies of Wardsville who have been visiting Mrs W E Suther land during the past wrek re turned home Sunday They were accompanied hcmo by Dud Sutheflind and Mitt eachman W T Leachman wife and children of Fai fied visited aid parents Mr and MrsZo P Leachman last wecir Leslie SheAmiker a popular young man of tthis vcinity lleft hst week for a trip to the Worlds Fair at St Louis and aso to visit relatives in Illinois MrvShewmaker was a soldier Jn the SpanishAmerican war and formed quite a love for a soldiers hfet and some of his friends Sits he will doubtless join the stand ing trmy V Inmana offr this vicinity Saturday night Those attendance were Misses Lizzie Conway Willie Cammack Hattie Settles Jessie Noel Fannie Crook Lulie Pinkston andI Meessrs Witt Leachman Ballard and Op nSetttles Dud Suther land Grays n Searcr Stave wickiSpec1 SICILIANHairR lftlrtnieywifyaiijtjlopkoW P Then keep Y XIrcrayilalr Jf not I then use Halls Hair Rcncwcr and have all the dark rich color oUurly1lfCI restored to your haIrKnfSaKl5tiiirJMlto for the delightful music renderf Mr Searchs 1Forsebroke loose and was found near 1CMackviPeI j Ruggrthe buggy Cline tne 18 months old child of Mr aud Mrs Walter Terrel was seriously buint Thursday It evening The little fellow pas edT y the tire placead in sumo way fell backwards in tho bUzing fire He was rescued by his nflherwho happened tto Ue in the row and ex linguised the burning clothes but not before the child was badij burnt Dr Pot e was called and dressed the burns but e chinces for ils recobrj- are considered very daub ful The little fellow is suffering untold misery and all is being done that can to relieve its suffering A number of young people of hi3 community left early Surday morning to spend a day in the knobs of Marion county but as the day was smewha unpleas ant the young peope did not- havaas nice a Vine as vas antc ipated C W Oder the hustling merchant at Fenwick is soon to ald another enterprise to that thriv ing little village in the way of a grist mill It will be run by o gasoline engine and will be quite convenience to the people oi that coraminity We will say to le Willisburg corresp jndent that those persons who saw those strange sights re ve y tru hful and e a e no l I reason to doubi their story We only wrote what was told to us l sorhave tht New Testament tp instruct us we will go by it and iii teaches us that the young men shall see visions and the old 0 es to dream dreams It also says many signs shall appear be fore the great and terrible day of the Lords shall CQme Com iig events always cast their shadows and we should not be surprisedat people seeing sights The world Win come to ao end some day LILAC MOORES7ILLE Crn gathering is going en at rapid gait Mr Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie are visiting at Be rea and Nicholasville this week Mr James Cull and Sons have bought the od homestead of the late John M Boblit from Q B Butler and Emmett Settle for 1225 It contains about 51 acresMr Sil sDivine had a rarrow escape from death last Monday at the saw mill of Booker Sweeny his foot slipped arid ie fell across the saw but the saw was almostt instantly stopped Eis right arm was badly lacerated lie is now resting easy Well the electon is over and il history r pptsitseH we will have a pinic inside of the next four years Then who vill be to blame Miss Nancy Ellis and Mt s Estella rlardin were in Soring Held last Monday shopping Capt Andrews will move into his new house at Maud this eeU The wife of Mr WillMjore iis improving at this writing Mr George Mulican and wife siofhere last Sunday It is reported that Dr Smoc and Mr Sam Hardin wilLopen a general s ore at Mooresville at the corner store between now and Xmas tiardosly Scliooliousc Misses Nora and Lla God lett visited their grandmother at Antioch Saturday and Sunday Mr George Tinnel of Clnplin spent Sunday with Robert acd Edgar Gray Bro Sale who has been on the sick list for some time is very low at this writing The farmers are getting along nicely gathering their corn this beautiful weather 1Mr J H Gray spent Sunday with her father Mr G W Suth erland IMrs Mollie Williams and daughte Miss Fannie spent Monday with Bro Sale and fami y Ifrien Dcmccratii Canddiates G Tlfeoljwing gcntlemah rere declared the nominees of their G arty for the respective county G Dernacratieprlmaryleldin r gust 6th 1904 They are to bQr voted for at the regular election November 1905 orCountyJuge rB L litsey IFor Co Attorney TS JvJayes jii n ty Clerk W Fl3ooke- repsnttiveV D blaybrooke Fpr Sheriff J S Oabourne Supt of Schools J W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catle tt For Assessor T P QBryan W T Mitchell Deputy CcrorerJ M Montgomery A CHROMATIC CHARMER Isabella Is brilliant In yellow Isabella is dainty In pInks And when aho wears red She goes right to my head Bellas dearest in scarlet I thjrtlc Purple sets off the fringe other lashes And orange becomes her wen too While n violet gown ilahcs the envious frown 1 nover am blue when hs blue I Sibs stunningly svelte In a black drcs- ThscquaiiiIm1It a white And if you should ask me I think it would task mo To say when she Isnt nit right What Is it you hint I am partial r Oh skeptics you quite tako tht cake Yos of course lict your We Isabellas my wife WIistdifrreree on ctirth doea that zn ude 3fnkiricr Worn Cantor Typcivrltor Couldnt you niaungo to lighten my work Im not so strong ns was formerly Employer All right Hereafter lont hit the ftoys so hard aiid only lick the In thccorners Kev YorkMnli and Express A ConHldcratfe People They fire such considerate people III Chicago you know said the old ladyj as silo returned to her vlllngc after a shopping excursion Jo that metropolis Yclii got your right change every time did your was asked La yes and I must tell yoji 4hbw they treated me In a brlckOcbat store I went In there to look at sonic Ijidlan rcllcfl and the clerk took the greattest pains to show mo everything I finally mentioned that when my dear husband 1US crossing the plains twenty yean ago he was killed and scalped by the Iiidlnns and that clerk almost wept for nip That was Iiideetl lkind of him After he had almost wept did he want to sell you any goods Heleft it fill to me lIe said lief was awfully sorry about niy hustoaud being killed but as they hind the scalp lock of tlie Indian who killed him and as It to ije a sorrowful case iiiiglttlinve the relic for j to hang oil the parlor wall JS i Cooil TIC Did Jlrs CUraiWn Was Mrs Lottolnon successful In her charitable enter prises Mr Xcarlelaa Was she Site got Into the Fou Hundred on thom Judge 4Oil lion Terrible ByiniJnUiclic FrIendi pee your son was tainted at col elPui It from playlns football PnrentXo lIe was dropped twice rrlnceton Ulger Proverbs c When he butter won come put a ppnnjy in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems b work though no one has eye told why When mothers are worried because the chilcjren do not gain strength and flesh we1 say give them Scotts Emulsion kIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delieaU stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes jusNar naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotis Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat merit We will send you the penny Je o sample free Be sure that thb picture the form of a libel is on the wrapper of every bottle p Emuuton you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St Ny adioo tUdruggfstJ r l cle Agans for Old Hidkory and Studebaker Wagon Headquarters ARM SUPPLIES Quantity 2 I j y 11 Hffij McCUURWltS 4 jifitl it3 f 11qlj DEALERS INJ t t f Buggies i Implements Grain and Field Seeds I l I It fl We handle Buggies Surreys Caith fatgra5l8t 1ii 41 1 1tWork Gear Buggy Robes and Horse Blank ts I EED WHEAT Cash Paid for HIDES and FURS 8EE Laxative HONEY AND TAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and OldI PREPARED BY Pineule Medicine Co Chicago USA Sd at Haydo ns Pharmacy i HINTS FOR FARMERS IIovi to Tun Shccp Teltx A cosnpelent furrier gives the fol lowing simple procea for taiialftg tUi fhccp pelts sAys Xtttiona StotInti This proceas mny Le uaoil for tlnlIl lillY other fur skin Wnli ILe pelt well Ji warm water with soapsiidi un til the t wool la LfaproHgbly coaii ed Klnsc It well Soak ft for one day ill a solution of alum und ant wh eight Uh1e0 of cez hi uafl water fc itOTcr ttf pelt Stnsi well tnul stretch a board Whoa jLu iielt te half dry PIJtklUC jerb Zce of Uo felt with Hiul psrts of jiniver slum anl ult Fold toetficr SJM let it reautlu jiloors for a week taralug It twIce a lay to get tic alum anti saltpeter qnaly iron jKli irts of the tlilu sur ace WLei wen tlrtcl rub the fiehi urfttccwvlt vithfpumice stone This vitl uliko the BIa ubtitco soft ainl rhitc This comnlstca the tailurii rocCJ tjc nedd1nrtatian1ly Cold woatLerIiTcomhJK nnd animals hareCQiiftneil In strtblas or pOllS wjjl- icod laare Lcddlasys Aiuurlcsn Cul- Iratv It will jvy to lcci theia abuu- lantJy suppJicd M thls Is not only or the caaifort of Ito animala but for he vsilri Of the Umiu0 heapS With ilonty of tiianuru and other tilings in froportloti there Is Iwrdly a Hiult to the roductivo caKtcit cf UzttsoI nt least- t hs seldom reacod Every firuicrt- nilizc the ncctaaily of having inure Miiurc tliil one way to scurc it is by rovidJHg an abuntt nt supply of uh- oBing nitttcnal Bvoa Jtt thero ap curs to be a large parportton pf thi- sa0dI III tlo issiaare Saakln truwy sad toarje it can be plowed tnler asto wHl aiwor an esccUeut par 3e as tliee te noctl of narb humus 8 inotoluar sIhs Iotu9iaecti JIoul lor Cntdc r have iti fc dfcij itoaeA and hulls S n fatkulus ratter to keep cattle or teeD or ttcsity ycus says a csYs fanrer ha Farm rnd Ranch Think very highly of HyWhen I get y cattle 01 fUll feed of mcjil and uUs I LC5tfllY give then a pound of isral to four pounds of bUllS thorough y utixod Have hal aoihe very snth faelcny esrcrSeuce in fqcdlng torn hopaMu cornice tton wltlr meAl nUll ijulls Thirty ixnmils lula five pounds Jltoneeoil meal an4 Urco ponuda 4hsp make an Iileal fch for a jul ronufl steer flth1t to gain two untbt1 Cay anrt huuilrcJ days coding will tlllllh hlm v To ICcc lias Iccl ITariis Many tzncer IIllOdrc1m lInivcno litvns fur Uecirfujr fiu o jnllk wru cold weather but ji Insisilous nnnor O1e tllHTf tbokNlltor his way if solvhtig that nriliiniiiT A3iiinln cnsk rsa built u box jw lihgli sstlid cask ml with its siaa riboat eighteen iielKW rent the crtll all rojna The pace was plckcl solidly vHli frcijh ut strawlw horac oxoreiucnt Wbjja the device was 8hovn the outdoor emnentturo was dcgttes below Bpobut the swill m4ue cnsli wits C7 g ft ve7 teetJe e etuC r It s feed 01 tfael n day Ucc lJ navlcdac put bit pracllce Farm t lock cad iliic DenHe tocq tJ bo a recklesst sort of cradii AI should i5sy fcc is hr that tel Ur would JslorJ la wiaufcOWPbUc jrooklyn Life Cruel V f I was laiockeJ selnseloss when a iutlt bjor HVcll fdttOBjjt the abctar tljjik yiull jcr pt over jt2 aJaltruiprerewi H Le Lnrto itasin To free the pipe of tLe Juratory ba in froiitsop nnil 1lime put two large tendf nl3 of common salt at tIle bot xaa of the basin at ntsht This will raduully dissolve find the first flush r water In the moralns will clear the Xiafetc pipe r The exeicfec of lkeeping tlte lbows straight nnd throwing the arms bnck until the Jack V the handsjust touch b low tlff waIst IIno Is OQ4 J J fOrall OF 8 S SPjRINGFIDLD It fPhone No20 a f4 j We sell Coakifi Any v from a Bushel ic a Carload q T ridODiSCHlrrtli Oliier Ciilled p1j f j iiii B J l It Ai R M O Ii M C OS EDUCATIONiW IIVC O Isateolitelrneces ngmanor isotheveryfoatrankTHh BRYANT jS STRATTON BUS NESS COLLEGE N E CoYnef Seco jd and Walat atiLelvIUe KY BOpKKEEFlIMci Seven experienced teachers each onC SHORTHAND one a specialisti in his line Wilte for TYFpEWRITIIMG beautiful book giving testimonials 4fu positionsallover i you l open l the year Students can enterat any time t EJ WRIGHT PnesibENT J it = rr ga E 1I The Big Molley Maker foi Hog Raisers nt hr los HaasUog Remedy which for more than 21N gg yeirs has stood the severest tests and in all cases cal k PM depended upon 1 DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE Pit VDr in mleni m Wi valuable book foneveTyTllb r raiseri anda FREE coi y of which majr be had at our store for the asking 9 Lwe R 1MQ 2Sllb can 1250 half cans SOSO 250 S125 and 50c per pak W 1 2Oth Century Poultry Oodtt f jj Trie greatest egg producer oiP the market Kpsf9w1S poultry0qz 25Ibbai3SOt25e perpackafe jriJi Dr jJos Haas Live Stock Remody td For Morses Cattle aMe Eta M- iJi Asts name implie this aREnIEDY not a food and it Is1un jA1 eq aBed for corrccttnsf the common disorderB in horses cattle aniV oshCp as wen as many of the more serious complaints AsplendJd r1i conditioner and growth promoter ana sure pro rent ve from f21 distase I + Jrtit McCLURE WELLS s tyj rttJf11CL FOR CIRCULARS v PRINGhEri y jrJ E EE EltI f trr J rOiLi Swci CELROY IG C WI RTlf 4 McElroy 6 V liarton J jt t IfInst r J + 1Fire Life and Tornado 1rsurbpcr4 f k J t l VM Land Sold on Goniinissifiio r H t J r Office over Peoples Bank Ph4tnci2 fi SAM SULLIVAN l President v W O PEAK SecTreas 11LAi l r HOME TOBACCO fIKEHOUSEf j v Incorporated 1 S COXsNEIL b f DAIL SALES PROMPT RE1UfNS 4 MONTHS STORAGE FREE ffl i 929931933935 WEST MIN STREET t i LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY II ti giAi iSI ij ihill ijjwWi wViWi it i The Best Is the Cheapest 1 dThereisNoribeerThan ti t 4 IITHE PAGE WOYBM Ii FFCPi tf- I A Fence for every Purpdse 1 It wiJl turllaIJythin and can be ru pvet sDy II 3 kind jof ground All sizes in4At8ortiDCQta ItJ1IIII BUfn3lcClm ct Wells t SOLE AGENTS Springfield a I W DRJMJ BURTON- MNjDRNTDINTItT 4flfltEXTMCTED WTHOUT PAIN wpIa4ILkl 5 JlPBllIGJPib n- Ai LDeflt1 vo Strict1y Firttc1istt 4 = d= 4ilH LAMPTON pC OFFIOB Jj OPeta it T 7 tWFQRIGSBY ATTORNEY EAT LAW l O e oyr Peoples JJanlc BPRINOPIELD KY UrS M1 Green DENTIST All kinds of dental work Teeth Jplextracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord Phoiae SPINGPJtELp KY J B BoARDS M WV FYAT- HoBABPS HYATT Pijsicitis lId rgeon- sOenext I to Ulerkja Office JAMES GRAVES PEACTICAI Atclhniker and Jeweler J Carries a Vine of Watches flocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialty Located at T W Simms Jr old law office opposite Court House Springfield Ky DR fP TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Y Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY J vJOUN Y MAYES fUNERAL DiicToll MaUCEISEDEMUtMEl TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 4 SPRINGFIELD KY TT rHaveYquY u Haulinu TC dC If so call id J L ALLEN at the Depot FREIGHT MITTlillKS Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything in the hauling ine done carefully and at easonable rates- RHONE 22 i Railrptid Schedulev Following is ithe time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown ani Springfield branch railroad No 4l Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Banlstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm jfarrive4at Springfield 045 pm No 42 TLeajves Springfield at 530 am Bardstownjj J517 am iardsoxfl J4nctlOn 705 am arrives at Logisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730am Bapdstown Junction 930 am Bardstownu1115 am Arrives at Springfield 1240 pm- 4No44LcVcS Springfield 12Opm BAlrdstown 230 pm c Bardstown Junotion 435 puL arrives at Loijisville 545 pm Jio 90 sundays on1y4eave Sprin neld at 715 a m Bards town 8 ami Bardstown Junction 945 am arrivca at Louisville 835 am j No 91 Sutdftys only Leaves LOUisville at6 pm EarditQwn Tnnction 650 pm Bards tow- nUpfl17 arrive Bprlngfieldj H1tm = CASTOR1 A orIaLLAt4- 1Ka 4 Di DIdY 1IIPtt Bears tits ujjL TOWN Local HappeningsZfitof Interest i The Freshest and Latest I j 11A1IAUtYoUre1f Friends aMl Acquaintances JI11t l lIII J Ifjou wani goou sorghum I have It Q W Hagui Fresh Fish aind joysters every Friday at T Irvine McEhoys t All kinds of jfruitsj and vegeta bios received daily at C W HagaVs TINewpruncs Evaporated peach es minyfiatre beans etc at T Irvine McElroy Mr Joe Mansfield pill deliver his lecture The Loon of Life at Bardstown this evening Ladies Cloaks Skirts Suits and Hats See the pow pric s and pretty stylat Mansfields Hagan Bros have iopened the first shipment jof rticles for Christmas or wedding presents Pretty millinery Another large shipment thi week at prices to please at Mansfields Take your prcjducbj to C VI Hagan and geti best market price for it Cash if preferred Skirts and waists tjest fitting pretty styles fine material at moderate prices at ftlansjfields Qloaks A new coiisignment The new styles prettyi garments best material lowest in price i At Mansfields For your winter Overcoat go to Grundy Glaybrooke Mcln tire They have a complete line rIand at prices to suit all Miss Knott ha some beautiful hats in plain and nicely trimmed styles that she skst ladies toc call and examine before buying My stock of groceries is complete and prices are right Ca1l1 and convince yourself Cd W Hagan Miss Emma Howard of Lebanon dii Tuesday evening of pneumonia cfntractedless than a week ago She was iwell known in Springfield There will be Union Thanks giving services at the Presbyte rian church at 1030 oclock on Thanksgiving day 411 are cor dially invited to attend If the person who carried off a log chain by mistake Atmy sale last weekwill return same he will confer a favor LUTAER A BURNS LOST If the persoij who took an overcoat from Robertson Searcys store throughmistake will return same he will confer a favor HUGH STILES Dont forget tint J am agent for the celebrated malt tonic It has no eqaal Ask your Doctor about Fehrs malt C W Hagan Agett 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 15 J hands high with two white spots op left shoulder Any information leading to its recovery will be rewarded J C ENSOII iLbs2OI S RAyED +From my place in Springfield ori last Mont day bvemng a white setter dog witJloile brown ear Has a collar on with the name Hal Muir Blobmfield Ky on it Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded by- TDUILEWELLS LOST OR STOLEN rom the hitching place near C hv Noes blacksmith shop Tuesday night Nov 8th a light bay mare 6 years old left hind foot white to ankle slightly hipped Any iinformation leading o her re covervwill be rewarded R F D NO 4 BUD WARNER Next Monday is the day named by the State Democratic Com mittee for the voters of each county to meet at the various precincts and elect ia county J committeeman On the follo- wsr Monday the new jjommittee will meet at the county seat andl organize We understand thatt there are one or two vacancies Washingtonlcounty committee TflPIPx1 I Rev Father Couvrette of St Louis a member pf the Redemp torist order founded by St Al j phonsus Ligouri about 150 years j ago is conducting a mission at 5 t Jominicjs church in Spring field which began lst Sunday 3 and sill end on next SundayS The Missionary is a man greatl abilities and is attracting large crowds to hear his sermons andv instructions Even those not of his faith will be benefitted by his discourses as his utterances are entirely devoid of anything intended to wound or hurtI yKenedyi will appear at the Opera House for one night only this Thursday evening Kenedy carries his own scenery and performsh feats of mystery never before seen outside of large CitiesI I Dont fail to see the marvelous mystic cave and the living skele ton produced in midair The most weird exhibition on earthp The show is something out ofh the ordidary and hewho misses i initReserved spats at Wood Gamp bolls bIt ItImportantAn important decision was rendered in court here last week in the case ofJames Hpwe et al vs the Supreme Council Catholic Knights of America by Judge I H Thurman The suit asin t stituted in the Marion Circuit Court to prevent the Supreme pJ Council Catholic Kni rhts of America from putting into effect the new schedule of insurance grates recently adopted by that order Owing to the importance of the suit an early adjudicatidn of the question Was desired by both parties and by agreement ai the case was brought to this county being in the same judi G cial district A demurrelryto the of petition was overruled h dthe in case was tried on its merits After hearing much proof on the lly question Judge Thuvmaii dis missed tIle petition which in iis effect holds that the increase is of reasonable and the order had the right to make the change in order to put itself on a sound financial basis Gutting Affray Sam Wagner a carpenteivwho came here from Bardstpwn seve ral weeks ago and who has been at work on Mr CA Greens new house seriously cut Everett Bradshaw a ellknown Old farmer and tdbacca tenant who lives a short disiance from town Bradshaw and Wagner who were from all accounts both drunk became engaged in a it quarrel in front of Bert Thomp sons saloon at ibout half past six oclock Tuesday evening t1 Just what passed between the two could not be learned as the eyewitnesses wer tj not inclined to talk Wagner began work i with his knife On Bradshaw after he claims he had been knocked down and inflicted four e vicious cuts iJradshaws neck s which narrowly qscaped striking a vital point Dr George t Shaunty dressjed the wounds dud J says that the man had a narrow escape with his life One wound is across the back of the neck four inched in length and extend ring tu the bone another is oh the right side of the neck atidt misled by a hairs breadth the uglygashcut is in the arm reaching fronj rthe shoulder to the elbow The wounds while painful are not coris dered dangerous unless complications set in Wagners of case was called yesterday before Judge Noe andscbJor trial on Friday LETTER LISTq Remaining unclaimed in the C Springfield postofilce for week Nov 16 1904 Billy Carroll Mrs Lillie Coxt MrsRT Durrett Miss Sallie Edelen Oliver Ficklen Mrs Sarah Hayes Harrison Hayes 2 Miss W M Kent R J Schalder Stark Booker Ira G Taylor of Mary Welch Mrs Sue VicebPersons camng rortnese letter wilt please say advertised and give date of list VA Waters P M ro- l No HunTing Hunters are warned to keep off of my farm under penalty of Lnbeingl B trurne1 Derringer DONTS 11 jDJNT buy Glasses over aJ ontel and slec them for yourself You may select a pair that aids your vision for projmost i t DONT read in led or on a mcvinsr train DONT read without your Glasses or with some one elses DONT continuewearing your old Glasses when you feel that they ave not just right Its So Easy to Have Them RightC F RUSSELL Main St Springfield Ky i Death of Duncan teachmaD tVDuncan Leachman twenty ears eld son of Mrs Nannie hma and Nelson Leachman deceased died last Wednesday night of pneumonia He nad been sick about a week but little ope was entertained rom the first as Inslungs had not fully healed Trprn another attack of pneumonia hfihad last winter 1 The funeral services were coilii ducted by Rey Overstreet at the- leasant l Grove church ot which e was a member Friday morntgatt 11 oclock In the dcalhiof Dun anLeachG man the county has a le citizen for it is the young en of sterling character upright in business with ambition lopush fotward to a higher stant dardof morals and business that the older citizens loOk to as their successors His social qualities endeared him to all his acquainu tances and his popularity was evidenced by the large concourse f people who followed his re mains to the grave arid mingled their tears with those of thed i rief stricken mother sisters and brothers Bewas a member of the State Guard and a number of liis com rades in uniform acted as honor ry pallbearers Hq has an swered the summons of thereat r i Commander of the Army the Redeemed and has passed review before the Great White Throne and exchanged his earth Uniform for one not made by hands his sword for a harp andtt singing the glad hallelujahs the Redeemed on highS PERSUNAL t Mrs F R HoJapp is sicfc at The VaHonIGpprge Bbldrickbf Lebanon was here Sunday n Mrs Conrad Hortlein was in Louisville last week 4Mtweek for a trip EastIr Mr Byron Croake is visiting relatives in Harrodsburg thislweek tt Miss Mary Avritt Lewis is vis ing Miss Annie H Long ofI Louisville Will Tutt ofClicagoIllvisi- ed his uncle Mr Ed M Russell lust week MiES Lena Allen of Frankfort is visiting frlndsand relatives Jicra this week Miss Mary Hamilton of Fredii erickstown visiting Miss Sarah imms this week Mrs A R Shultz will enter fain a number of friends at Flinch this afternpon Miss Margaret Russell of Baidstown spent tho first of the- oweek with her parents It Miss Mattie Rooney and bo ther Milton of St Marys visited Miss Sarah Simms Sunday Mr and Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon spent Sunday with the family of Mr E S Mayes Mrs J B Caf sell will arrive Saturday to attend the wedding i f her sister Miss Florence Gray Judgnl H Thurman left last Saturday night to see Mrs Thurmun wbo is at Martinsville Ind Rev to Y2 Davis and wife of Louisville were guests al the A McElroy home the first of the i week Miss Alethaire Medley has re- urned from a pleasant visit to MissJulia Mattingly of Louisville Mr and Mrs Brainard Lemon Lpuisvillp are visiting at the orne of Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Dr M W Hyatt and T D Wells went to Taylorsville seeJ atlthatatl ext Wednesday at noon at the- rcsbyterian church w I IMr and Mrs Hugh McElroy Mr Emmett McElroy of Krsas City are visiting rela tives here this week The marriage of Prof Vanghtt to Mias Florence Gray will be sofemnized next Thursday at two oclock in the afternoon at the Gray home rf s John W Lawb and Miss Eladge Browne entertained beau tifully at cards last Friday after noon with Mrs Brainard Lemon as guest of lhonor Mrs Katie Gray Bptts of Ow enton is at the S R Gray home to be present at ta wedding pfI her si ter Miss Florence Gray to Mr Vaught next week Messr J R Rineyand W E Neff of Lyons Station alp visiting friends in the county Mr Riney is a former resident of this county arid jMr Neff is a school teacher at Lyons Miss Sadie Maye will enter tain Friday evening with a Par cel Shower from two to four oclock in honor of Miss Willie Mayes whose marriage to Mr James Cheschier will take place next week Quite a number of gu stsare xpected and the popularity of the bride elect insures a number of parcels Miss Sadie is au ideal hostess and a social treat is in store for who attendI Cliarterlaifls Cort Remedy is Pleas To Me The finest quality of granulated loaf sugrar is used in the manufacture of Shamberlaind sough Remedy and he roots used in its preparation give ta flavor similar to maple syrup 11WLl sed Cbamberlalns Cough remedy with mychildrcn for several Years and can truthfully say it is the best prepa ration of the kind I know of The chil dren like to take it add and it has no- njurious after eflect Fo1 sale by Hay ons drugstore Taken Up As astray on my place a spw which has since given birth to pigs Owner can have same by proving property and paying forts keep and for this advertise jment W P MONTGOMERY Notice to Taxpayers Taxes of the town of Spring field are now due and the penal ty on all unsettled taxes will be added on December 1st Per ons desiring tosace the penalty should Call and settle before that date C L PRICE 2t Tax Collector Notice No hunting allowed on my farm and violators will be prOse- cuted for tresspass MRS JOHN KELLY t G F Browning Overseer If Notice to Hunters No hunting on our farm Violators will be prosecuted for IrcsspassI GRUNDY ORPHANGE Iz By order of Board of Trustees John W Lewis VicePresident Coffee Social The Ladies Aid Society of Maud church will give a coffee social and parlor entertainment at the home of Mrs Josie Settle near Booker Thanksgiving Nov 24 Supper to be served at 5 oclock Commissioners Sale Mrs Lizzie Collins etc Plffa EquityMaryj By virtue of a Judgment and order f eale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 in the above cause shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY NOV 28 1904 at or about 2 oclock pm being hlltbostbidder UowlnedestowitIA house and in ton of Frederickstown ingloi county Ky and WashI as follows Beginning at a point on the Springfield and Bards town turnpike and on the North Cgnnerdeceased lands of J T OBryau on the East by the Springfield Bardstown turdpike COD one acre Said property is improved and contains a a1dff house and blacksmith shop For the purchase price the chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from data of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidder IIwithII MG IEJ ACHM AN M C W CC t A flood ComDleIon I Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by Utting DeWitta Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Nacogdoches Tex A certain cUr for biliousness constipation a smalj pill easy to takeeasy to act Sold by all drdgglsts In romnIlODYAllDTAttw = LouislHc Mapfccf The fohlowingis the Louisville jliyq stock markefc corrected very Wednesday I CATTLE Extra ootl jexport steersS475 500 4CO425tholceFair to good butchersjteers 300 365 Corn tb medium butcher steers 340 375- Chiice butcher heifers 295to 325 Fair to good butcher hell ers 200 265 Com to medium butcher heifers 225 276 1Pairr corn to med butcher cows 200 250 Banners 4 75 175 Choice feeders 340 365 Medium to good feeders 225 275 Common and rough feedeia 300 340 HQQS Choice pack and brs 200 to 300 470 Medium packers 165 to 200 460 Light shippers 120 to 16i 450 Choice pigs 90 to 12C 4j 430 Light pigs 50 to 90 4 415 Roughs 150 to 400 j 375S 4 25 SHEEP AND LAMBS Gbod to choice fat sheejij300 325 Fair to good sheep J 225 250 ICommon Sheep r 125200 Bucks J1 12S 225 Choice shipping1 lamba 500 525 Seconds l4O0 450 Bst butcher lambs Ciiils 400 460 and tailends 300 400 Commissioners Sale Sijsan Corbett Plaintiff EquityJas43y virtue of Jddgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Curt rendered at the March term thereof 1894 in the above styled causs I shall proceed to offer for sale the premises of James Corbett near Mclnlire Ky on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 201904- at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of months the follow ing described property towit A tract of land situated in Washington county Ky which is bounded as follows to wit On the North by the lands of Ed Kid well on the East by the lands of Ignatius Corbatt on the South by the lands of Andrew Fieds on the West by the lands oT Robert Spaldicg or a sufficient amount thereof to produce the amount ordered to be made to wit the sum of 100000 with in terest from March 28 1994 and cost of the action tOrvit 10920 amounting in the aggregate to the sum of 174920 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond hearing legal interest from date ot sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidden will be required to comply with these terms A lien on the land to secure the pajyinent of the purchase bonds M Q LEACIIMAN M Cw CC A Card I This is to certify that all dr up gists arp authorized to refund your money if Fploys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the Cough and heals the l ngspreve pneumonia and will cure ntBI consumption Contains no op atesI and is safest for children Ask forIFoleysHoneland Tar and upon haying it Stops the cough andIlickis the lungs Sold by Wood Campbell Rings Dyspcpui Tablets cure indi gestiou dyspepsia Sand strengthens hhe stomach Sold hy Haydons Phar iiUcy t 1hotiqjulty were tie pyramids Babylon gnrtlens Mnttsolus toinb the temple of Diana the colossus of Rhodes Ju piters statue by riildlus nnd the Pha roS of Egypt or as some substitute thd palffce of Cyrus The seven wonders of the middle ngs were the coliseum of Rome the catacombs of AleX ndrl the great wall of China Ston ben e the lean ing tower of Pisa the porcelain tower of Nankin and the mosque of St So plihi Constantinople How will these compare with the seven wonders of the modern world Perhaps there may be a difference of opinion as regards the latter day won Tern but the following are substituted The steam railway the telegraph the telephone the wireless telegraph the ocean steamship the submarine man ofwar and the airship Came of Raindrops A picturesque and interesting game la known as raindrops Sides are chosen by two leaders who arrange t their players at either end of the room A pct of Whiter tarlatan Is stretchedttacross the center of the small table or stand is placed on each side about four feet from the net On of these tables is an Iridescent 1encl finger bowl filled with soapy All the children tire provided with soap bubble pipes tied with rain bow colored ribbons Seven children on one side of the net try to blow their bubbles across to the opposite side while their seven opponents must prevent them from coming over by breaking them with their pipes beforeljl they cross the net The next seven bubbles are blown by the other side nnd the game goes on until ten bubbles have been put across by either ou j of the sides i Trick With a piatell Do you know Jiow to balance a plate on the point of a needle and even to cause it to spin steadily upon this delicate support Cut two corks down the middle al1d In the ends of the four halves thus tamed Insert forks t I1Jicllncd 10 thea smpoth fides of the corks at a Jlttli less than right anglesSPlace these of the plate at equal distances front another and see that the teeth of IrJJn forks are in contact with the rlmE to prevent them from swaying With a little care this ypl te can now be balanced on the point of In eedle Vhose eye has been burled IIII be cork of an upright bottle By giving It a gent1 rotary motion the plate may be made to spin around which It will do for quitot long tlpie T Jw WV illiIivwwwWW Vijl IL3 a 1 LadiesdI SI BainCoats J ljij I I 3 It would be hard to find a more per r r 1viceabk Garment than Ita n tiiatithey are- SWarm Drelsr4lnd Ab1tte j 1 ly Ram Proof We have 4hem in all j the Newest Shades and Styles and ft 8 jJ Prices way boV their realJ V8hreli 11 3 We WIll mak ittQ your li1ter iptt examine V our line betOrepurchasing J 1 gFURS It a 5Y0 should buy your t Furs earlyI iq cjI order to have the advantage of a uHf3 Stock to select from We haeuskfreceived from the East a full line of ci I The Newest fur Creations i ij jjj r I Respectfully r L l 3I = l I Robertson Bros m P IMr iil 1ii a JJ Ig JJFALLCLOThES 1 i 1 I You cant lose by gluing 1 Liira Abell your orders for r IE TailormadeSuits and Oyer I coats Try and See 0 1 v Guaranteed Eitr GuaranteedWear j ji I IrmIr m LUM ABEL itI Local Agent Springfield Ky P 11 IIai11 f Ii i l iK 1 j i Call what r1 jiB Jt S j I for We have n our charge for sale the f llowlng described tracts of laud and wIll takreat pleasure in showing any of them buyers McELROY t WnTpN 200 acre farm If miles from Spnngdeld good small house good barn place well fenced and watered mostly in grass Price 40 per acre j 26 acre place 5 miles from Springfield right on the pike good ho use 4nd barn all good and firtclss tobacco land Pricj 1800 51 acre placo 1 + miles from Springfield j Land all lays welt and in high state off room house and good barn Price 1800 135 acre laijm 1j miles from Springfield oil pike farm aIImin grass dwelling stock and to bacco barn KvjeU fenced per cre Ii 250 acre farm 3 miles froi pringfi e d nice dwl1ingz class barns and outbuildiBs o4 very kind 140 acra farf5 mike fro Springfield 50acrtboUc Jlawl small dweflij awl krf barn prke 85 liO acre lajroi fy milee from Springfield g0od house and barn ill jft WEHAVE- Tools i l Tools and above all 1the best of Tools DIAMOND EDGE fOOLS They are made of the very best material and by experi7 I enced workman and every Diamond Edge Tool sold iiii warranted ar ltdsnot aV represented r t rfiUl01I1f1I t tjand get your money back m WEHAVK tieli I JtIt d j I line and see wehave ItaI WfcEIroy fr Shult rll= Farms Sale toprospeclivjs cultivation gmrlUthree 35 jptrajdrt Toois 11 well fenced and watered 45 peracre m 168 creaof IQJmi1frwi iLi4goodE i I botlomand i r strwfine tobacco farm and pkntr cf timber Price 25 per aCT100 acre farm 8 ml irorf Springfield good 4 room J e and new tobacco barap4atyu water and good k JO aid iiInabirehaveeweiIsmSpringfIeldr fi TI i + Iortneo d all persooa owlypleaee call on joe o tt1 Tlmp and etUs W4j IirO jwhich will addjcotfc t U 5Sbr WCS 7 fir Hanof booffat a new lye a oed baRd h- ef I q It ti ia iiibd repair t 4 g aet of barue go wlis- Hflti eellat a bargain 41 w Apsoj- t ft Mackv- I3K7Mznii t IUFSIISNN MN rHitirv Setitoments on the Rolling Itorkuwt aifcd in the year 1788 ftiriiot iktfy however that t i aiw of UM i mirants were on 1 l f ttoifraiik ye rof two earlier rJ CtMMttt 4IgtiLM Bckman uiJlMil MMl John Riley or i Jshprcdedl all others to f f b1sIut It is saidtbe ITsM wcrt Members of the Jtorfto GoioaixatKHi League ftittl Uwr belonged to the f inl eotaay sent out under its ia t IfttUM Bookman was killed bytbs Miuuia the following t iMMMfC Abtat daylight one jMbcMttff IM Left his cabin for the TpvrpoM of feedingi his stock Jfc Md be n gone but a fw v MiotittMti ba the sharp cJorL trf a riit followed almost iinme AiaHly by three more shots in rap I iwcctswion alarmed the I i tt7 fcrtatlx Hastily closing ai tittriinj the door the d is if j tkMMd wife and mother threw htrlf poo her knees in the l f Yi4Wot her children and prayed t i tj te liU lirertd from the danger 1 V jtlVld ared l apprehended i Vwrtariuf at length to peep J iftrMifffc a loophole Ileft in one SJ bonMT of the house she saw four i e Ulwart Indians rding rapidly a war followed by several others IKMIllted orL the only horses INb1 ttrfamily Close be luod tb+ stable door was found tk bojlot the husbatd and fatfetr pierced by numerous bvllet and his scalp gone Robert Abel Jesse Abel Bar ioI Abel AbLer Abel Ab3alom Abel James Dolan Michael FftgiRi Richard Pen wick Rich aril Force Thomas Fore t John Haydee Basil Hayden James Hay Leoiaad Hamilton Hen ry L ckett Samuel Lee Bern ard Mills Clement Purcell Hens ry Raleigh Rogers Roney Ben diet Spftlding Francis Sims i I Jofca Wathen Henry Wathen Joseph Wimsatt and Enoch Yates 1 were other emigrants who set JA tied oa Rolling Fork Basil Hay den was the proprietor of he- M mill erected on Rolling Fork LobertAixi was the father of FiltreeAbel and represeated Kelsoo county in the State Legis lature pf 1792 the first meeting of that bodi after the admission of Kentucky into the Ution In 1796 be was elected together witk Felix iGrundy as a repre aefttatire froa Washington coum tytotbe Constitutional Conven ittoiu Xeatucky Standard i Ijisiclil llca1d Dr Geoiwisl a practicing phvsi cia eI Saiith1 Grove Ky for over thirty jears wrllea his pereonal ex fterkscewith Foleya Kidney Cure hFwyear1l I had been greatly bother cdwkhkiu aey and bladder trouble sd enlarged prosUte gland I used ercrjtbiug known to the profession tvltkwt relief until I commencad to MMFbkyiiKklnejCuce Aftertk isgT three bottles I was entirely re- 1Ieys4a4ciired 1 prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily aer CJtd its use to all physicians for Mek txtNiblei I have prescribed it in g4 reds of cases with perfect sue cj Sold by Wood Campbell Newsy Nuts 1 The British newspapers regard President Roosevelts personali tj as the chief factor in the big Republican victory in the United States A strong flow of natural gas was struck near Paris Ey Sat urday and a negro striking a match was almost burned to- death ry ffrllealth 22SotkPeorisSL Ciuc4QOlLi0 Oct 7 1902 j4itnothsgoIwuioill uK I wa compelled to lie or sit 4 ilowa nearly all the time My rttmnrh was weak and upset that I evlil keep aotbiar oa it B4 I Tovited reqocnUy I U Mt 1Ifate without great aAIoighedaomuch th ay tllNrttMtlIU were raw wt T1i doctors pro 1I1wt itBrigbfi difcaM and UUri w it was OQaBjphoa ft M ittrir1 little to re what they called it and I had ro de I MM ta lire A sister visited mo ifeM St lorni and asked BIB if I I Wd errtrieI Wino of Cardui I UU kcr I had not and she r Wvrik a bottle T believe that tae1wylik Ibelicve many VMM eWJare much Buffer itf ittbcj eW of its value I J7eJNbeat jt wa t freedom from fMBif Take Wnw of Carduii Mi ss wprm effort to bwsI yMMed to e a iMc luifliii mStrtt Yea hay a M t health an- d4sgwQfktnhife Way sttab1se1Wiac1QMBM ffim your dngf M vf IiIIIMa illi iLF t t T r- At uureo 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil Wa rVeteran Grateful I Dr Miles HeutCure Effected Cure- a Heart disease Is curable but in people off advanced age it does not readily lend itelf to ordinary treatment There is however hope for ill sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hundred of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers Mill cure where all else has failed It is not only a wondeful cure forweak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a rug ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatmmt ever formulated for im proviuff lip circulation cfr the blood rinZ Civil war I contracted heart disease arid in 1896 while living in the grand old town off Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left there with my wIle to visit my sisterinlaw MrsI T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old townOn reaching Mri Kirbys she insisted I should trY Dr Mt cst Heart Cure I pro cured a few bottles of ital o the Nervine and Tonic4 Afterusing one or two bottles could see ho improvement and I despaired of ever being better but my faithful wife sisted on keeping it up which I did Im proTCmen soon began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or sxteen bottles I was stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old 1 am comparatively a boy You sir are a benefactor and I cheerfully recommend Dr Miles heart Cure to suffering humanity1J L SLAUGHTER Salem Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr mer Remedies bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrcs Dr Uiles Medical Co Elkhait lad Elijahl Beard a prominent cit izen of Shelby City Ky was crashedjto death wble adjusting some maichinery in his grist mill Knoxtille Tenn suffered a fire los of 250000 Several persons jwere iinjured by flying glass cajused by an explosion of powder gr dynamiteT Thoni sVatsonwho was the Popijlist nominee for Presi dent denies a report that he will leave Georgia to make his home in New York IIna c611isionjbetween a freight train and af a passenger train on the Union Pacific road in Wyo ming eleven persons were killed and five injured The DemocratiC primary held in Anderson county resulted in the nomination of the following candidates For County Judge J L Fdlix for County Attorney W H Morgan for County Su perintendent M L Chownihgji for Sheriff R S Collins for cororlnerI Clerk Hi S Wise for Assessor Lewis Young for Representative G Jtf Paynter it a Mc Day ineee I was taken soverey sick full kidney trouble I1 tried all sorts of medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of yojur Electric Bitters aul- d termiu d to try that After takinff a few doses I felt relieved land soon thereafte1 was entirely cured and have not been sick a daysjnce Neighbore of mine bave been cured of Rheumatism I Neuralgia Lver and Kidney troubles and Jtneral Debility This is w iat B F Bass of Frees mont N Ot writes Only 50c at- C J UJ4f1 druggist l Mm Praise H Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Coijgb Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones iit has saved Certain cure for coughs croup and whooping cough A Li i5pafford Postmaster of Chester Mien saysii Our little girl was un conscious from strangulation during aBudden aid terrible attack of croup One Minute Cough Cure quickly relieved and1 cured her and I cannot praise it tbo highly One Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs makes breathing easv cuts out phlegm draws out infiamation and acmovcs every causj of a cough and strain on lungs So14by all druggists Wheat Crop llgelofground wjll be the largest in many years It wii certainly amount tq 20 per cent over the average iifr the Jest ten year applies to the en1 ire wheat grow ing sectibn of Kentucky In Fayettejcjounty the acreage will probably be greater than ever before The sowrg is not ps udvanct d ids formerly on accourt the weaiher but the farur drvtl aiersr rule do notobjeci toI late sowirg iS the season for sowing wheat is getting later tvery year WANTED Men and women in this QUnlI and adjJi inc ten tories present ad advertise andd os lablished fepu e of solid financial standing Salary toj men 21 weekly to women 812 to 18 Fekly With Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct Jfrom heaijqusrfers Horse and necessaryIposition pefraanent Addrets BlewBtoS Co Dept A Mc npn BldffChicago III Eleclldi iin Nefai The election held Tue3day in Nelson county resulted in a Democrat majority of 894 The majority received by Hon D IE Smith for Congress was 865 This decrease was due to a num ber of Democrats voting oppo site the name of the first Elector instead of voting In the circle under the party devce The majority Is the largest the coui ty has given the Democratic party in many years with the excep tion of 1900 apd 1903 when Gov Beckham was a candidate and a resident df Lhe county In recent exI It ns while the majority in 1819 for Guverror Willjam Goeb l ws 088 and the majority for William Jenuings Bryan in 1896 wa 777 The election passed off quietly The total votercast was 2516 ai agaicst 3534 cast in the Gover nors race last year Standard Bstrou Wlccks Carelessness Iis TespoLsible for many a railway wieck and tho same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung Troubles But sicce the advent of Dr King s New Discovery for Consumpli n Coughs acd Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is noloug er necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many vhofc life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery Phis great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by C J Haydon druggist Price fOe and 1 Trial bottles fieOj Be Best ismi Chamberlain Pain Brim is consid ered the best liniment tm the mtrket write Post 4 Bliss of Georgia Vt No other lintniant will heal a tyij or bruise so promptly Fo other aflords such vuick relief from heumatc pains No other is so valuable for deep scatad pains like lame back and pains in the chest Give this liniment a trial and you will never wish to be without iit Sold by Haydons drug store tiretf at Lebanon Agpecial from Lebanon says Fire completely gutted the exchange office of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Com piny in this ctty and badly dam agedthe stock of dry goods and groceries R L Wise Co in the building under the telephone office The post office building and several offices in the second story were damaged by the water The tire is thought to have bEet caused by an electric light wire coming in contact with the tele phone wires fh the southern part of town The loss iis estimated at about 3000 partly covered by insurance The telephone s r vice here will be crippled for several days A Goarantect Cure Fur PlIes Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud iug Piles Druggits rend money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how long standinffio 6 to 14 days First application giycs ase and rest SOc I your druggist hasnt it send SOc in stamps audit will be forwarded post paid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Never Agai- nPresident RCosevelt wiJ i ever again be a candidate He has Inade the folowing statement I am deeply sensible of the honor done me by the American people in thus expressing their confidence what I1 have done and tried to dp I appreciate to the full the solemn responsibililY this confidence imposes upon me and I shall do all that in try power lirs not to forfeit it On the 4th of March next I shall have served three und a half years and this three and tj half years constitute my first teim Thoasandai Hare Kidney Trouble and Poat Know It How To rind Out Fill bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a t m SetWunhealthy tion of the kid fneys if It stains your linen it b evidence off kid ney trouble too frequent desire to y pass It or pain in ajsojder are out of order What to Do Theretsacomfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytopassingItwine or beer and overcomes that Unpleasant necessity cf being compelled to go often during the day and to get tip many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon resized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases JIf you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful diSCOVeryYand a book that tells mate about it both sent absolutely free by mall otBWIoIIIp1loetJCo tion rcadlnglhls generous offer in this paper The wise custom which limits the President to two terms re gards the substance nnd not the farm and under no circumstances will I ben candidate for or ac cept another nomination A new theory thaprot isving 8UC cessful in the cure of Coughs Lung and bronchial affections is offered in Bees Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy cuts the mucus heals the membranous lining of tho throat IuLgs und bronchial tubes wards off Pncuuiunia and strengthens the sys WliotpingIsnow before the sunshine of Spring Its pleasant Sold by HaydonsPiiar macy Struck a Cave Tho w ikhven at NzTeth wn le digiu1r tijtfounuacu ltJf the new building now in process of erecton struck into a rcave four or Lye feet in depth antirunningcroaswine of the line oftha wall The cave will cause some additional work nnd some delay but it will be filled with and packed firmly rnd if track ba stronger than any other part of the soil the fofiod tion ress upbn Nelsdn Record Yoa cannot cure pile by cxtcrnr application Any remedy to be ell ct ive must be applied inside right at the sent of the trouble WanZan is put up in collapsible tube with a nozzle gtf that it reaches inside and applies the remedy where it is most needed ManZan strengthens the bloodvessels and nerves so that piles are impossible ManZan relieves the pain almost instantly heals soother cools and cures Sold by Haydoii Pharmacy v Commissioners Sale W P RoyaltSl guir etc Pris EquityGleoBy virtue of adjudgment and order CircuitCourtthereof 1904 in the above cause J shall ConrtIat or about 2 oclock pwf being folJowlnbd hllhestblJderat A tract of land situated in Washingon county Ky and bounded as fo lows to viit Be ginning at a stone on a ridge corner to Eli Gardner thenceS 6 w52 poles to a stone thence S 1Q w 23 6 poles to a stpne theIwitk of N Ecenter same 4f 16812 poles N 30t E 18 pCltes and- N 58J E 424 poles to a stone corner to William Moore Jr thence with his line S 36 E 584 poles to ihe beginning containing 23 acre = 2 roods and 2 poles For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from data of saleantll paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly withthese terms M G LEACHM AN M C W CC CommissiCners Sale Marshal Chescr etc ply EquityIdaBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the oct term thereof 1904 in the above cause I shall proceed to otTer for salo tthoCourt House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 28 1904 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be l highestblddtlrof 6 and 12 months the following des- crIbed property towit IA certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Wash ington county Ky on the waters of Lick Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a point on the Brush Grove dirl ScottIwLth said Scotts line South to a hollow corner to Hink Cheser thence down said hollow to Hence Scotts line thence east with said H nce Scotts lline saidIto county road thence with said road to the beginning containing 65 acres more or less For the purchase price the pur chase or purchasers whh approved security or sureties muse execute bond hearing legalinterest Irom date jot sale until paid and having the force rdIterms M G LEACrntnh M Cw oc- Sheriffs r Sale for Taxes t theIStutot Kentucky and the coun of Washington for the years Ity out bow I will on Monday being1countythe Court House door the fol lowing property or so mtjch thereof sto satisfy the taxes and ccsts to wi Callie Young one acrOof land taxes and costs for the year 40Itaxes and costs for the years 1050It CtS vI4 Early Riser 9IM famous uttiJe oHIt LT PEOPLE OF THE DAY Noted Railway Manager L F Jolt vlio recently resigned the presidency of the Chlcapitoek Islnnd and Tacific Itnihviiy company was probably the highest salaried railway executive In tLc Kvorld Mr Lorees resignation caino ns n sensa tional surprise to the railroad world Nine months ago ho watt Induced to leave the presidency of the Baltimore nail Ohio railroad by the payuicut of n cash bonus of 200000 and a Jive year contract insuring him nlllannual salary of iiOO This contract provided that JiEOXOR FBESXEIi Lcm Iin the event of his leaving time service the noel Island his salary sluuld continue during the life of thy contract and that in the event of illsdeath his vvldnv should continue to receive It The rise of Mr Loree In the railroad world was rapid Horn in 1S5S at lul ton III he graduated at Itutgcrs anti entered theI engineer c rpJ of the Icnnsylvanlti In 1S77 u January lSUU ho became general mainiger Of the Pennsylvania liuek w st of rUts burg and in Jamfnry 1901 the yice president Tvcara dgo ie wits made president of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad A Fierce PunSThe Boston tradition thijt wit lies in the pun If not fOundedat least fostered by Dr Holmes and Professor Tweed seems to be liot Wholly dad yet says the New York Tithes James A PageS the veteran schoolmaster of Boston whouf the entire city recently honored was walking near the city hall not Jehoolu111stcrI cle Mr Pages companion nodded greetings t9111m ns ihey passed was j that jJovial Individual IWb ilr Page i the harbor pIIOttt replied the other r r You mean jpuuncbl us pilot dont you sajd the vetertm teacher gravely XceclcM Olmc to Think Beerbohm Tree tells tljat recently while playing golf he had a particu burly silent aqd stupid looking caddie who followed close at his heels with out saying a word But ince silence sometimes speaks louder than words the actor was iervoUs mundI after a par ticularly bad drive whicli seemed demand an apology exclaimed toII you ever see a worse player on links Time Caddie said nothing A still worscdrlte from the hext tee called fortb thc same query folloved by the annie silence Fluallyj I say did you ever see a worse player The cad die stared silently for a folv moments I heard what ye saul rltjht enough he at last slowly rllIcdt Im just theouking Famous Jniiancuc Warrior During tIme present the far east no one of the wnjIh military leaders has wjm more than has Gcuerjil Baron Oku hoadi of Japans S cdlsd army 1uiqoperntliig against Kuropatkiii At the beghining of hostilities In XIauichurIa Goi oral QklT commanded OUNKliAL llAItOX the army Investing1 Port Arthur and Hhowcd mastecly skill In knitting his forces on the Regents i5Vord pcnln mila He cut ho raihvaycoinmmilca tlon between Pprt Arthur and the Itua slan heul iuarter at Liaoyang seized Kinehatl and cjjptureil Xanshan hill III one of the bloodiest charges In the his tory of warfare the recent battles In Manchuria he lies been facing Kuropatklns right wing and more than held his own ajraliwt the terrtSc bnplauglits of the lower of Uus shis 8o 110t1GC1Oml Oku first won fttme in tho Japanese vobptllon of 1S7T Vhon Ids defense of the castle of Kumamotu was consul red masterly lie also distinguished himself In the ChinaJapanese war of ten years aro Beef Jlcnl reef rwrJIt mtvV fri rcrii a cf- aient rnl boe frA yIVh tLejiredse luau been extracted fnnd the liquors concentrated lby cijking Tho residue lis thou ilrcssed1 dried ground dud put in 100 pound sacks It contains nbout rep cent protein and 8 or 0 per cent tnt Beef meal is fexl to hogs with good results Ifmay be fed wJltli earn in tho same or somewhat greater pro partions than tankage Meajfc scrap has about the same composition as beef SftwewnyUJIIral Ucat nprsrrrcHcrrerii In a test with aaI pus utg proscnn Ivcs at time Ontario station the two leading succoBstul substances wore linjewatcr nnd glqsnwater solution Epgs put up In limewater corlIlJl out of a possIUc no n lid those hl arlltopossible The addition of stilt toI the Hnicwatcr felled to secure as gotll tcultsns thc Hmpwater alone tfuu greased eggs put up In salt were not equal ta the others mentioned w THE PENSION GHOST We were on our way from northern Gelmany to Paris my wife and It1be days jodrney hold proved fatiguing t so we decided to stop at the next town and again pursue our journey in the mornlngj But Avlhere shall we stop asked my wife foif our traveled friends In be queathing usthc legdcy of their Euro pean Gxpcricnca had left us tIle nd dre scl 13f no lodging In this little toyimC reihas the guidebook will help us outU I siggcsteil l Somow lat tb my surprise the guIde- book mentioned our out of the ivny town ami nanied its dozen of Hotels mid PCl ions o cpr the latter iwe chose It was still light whim ive reachcl time boidcr of France and drewjntp jaur station t t nero tli ere wereseAoral liveried men with the name of ltolr respectlvejln tet i cUt TJ iirAu le fronf of tliijr e44 ui trwg tem tio dJJ Ji u their conveyances With great flourish of hosnltnllty t yhoItIme utmost eagejness to relieve us of jkTot bags and gave him the address to whicli he shDufd take them had ut fnr ta follow him jllc IWe us through a turn In tlle road rind soon doiOsited our bags upon thin threshold or out lodging j Here w were beamingly received jb the prop letor of tie pension miVch indeed us if we were Jong looked for bUcstsil Madame wore ah old black silk which still bore the stamp of clrqssI tlrisian origin She carried a bunch 08 keys which ship Jingled ifeshe talke Yes madrme had TOOIIL twoof tht ni there was a largionewitli a smaller one adjoining She would show them tons Very moet appearing np1rtm its they vcre that we were shown Intp paIwan eloquent I managed to under stand the drift of her dfscofirse 1U- nldltUles expressive gestures explaining of hor fluent French but what abaut Ifajhevoux blonde le clnir de In luue and le parf uni des hours What does she say askcj thy wife ISOh something abDut yellow hair and inooullSht and flowers I some what conftisedly interpreted IWhat could madame mean nttiLtl lady was now bowing hmerselfawrhy ei fore her rdmlrlng audience andj a oimtprII looked at my wife hnTcthese leIiJflsbetlg ago a ocquI pled this chamber and lucre her lover was Jrt tho habit of visiting her bring lug with himt bouquet of heliotrope the maidens favorite flower One day as sIte rested upon a couch awaiting his arrival her lover stole in anti pro seated her With a bouquet As time maiden bent her heat to inliale the fragrance Let false laver thrust a dtijfi 1111beiJTile room Is said to bo atlll scene of the maidens visitation toI In tire course of om travels I had collie used to my wifes random rehil lags from the guldebookA Shiq now looked up froin yje book This room she tcxcjalmed wlih enthusiaeni She must have been a young womiin of uncommonly bah taste to have oc cupied this room I iemarkcd I ejofej amy wifos Iuirngluittion tom she sat oii tliej little loiihge dnd gazed out UI the githcrlng dusk until tile l light Lcgkn to eist faint sliadows upon heMawn below How delightful it would be to meet n ghost mused my wife 1 did not wnntto seem unsympatliet IIso I Btitloa a yawn and with nil the Interest T couhl summon responded Yea If you should display such anlma lion on meeting one Im sure the ghost would cut you immediately after the Introduction With this rojoindca iny wife took one of tho candies I had ilt qud carried it to her room I was soon asleep In the night I awoke tnd found my roim flooded wWi moSnilglit Array from the moan had probaDly fatlcji uivon iny fHce and wakened me that qr something ohio WlmiJl4 turned uncnally In my bed My mind seamed pogfCescd with a strange iten Some was In the room I was conscious of a Subtle fragrance fcrnjeatlng time air It was the odor uf heliotrope I recalfod the story of the guidebook nut I distinctively turn J my eyes to the cods by the will loiIt wfts a woman A WOIUBU was resting on the couch the moohltght fjtllin upon her white dress nudou hei long light Iwir thnt hung on tho liboi I tried to take my eeafrom thp fdidl f vffort I managed ta titra from it to the wall Xew York WorW i loilbir cconii nl For Why tto 10 nhrny I utt lulv il dontrlitapsir unless Its because vnn latlhtIDon a goat ranch X iw York Weekly J J Thmcflqns r suro Litte Ediw went out with H mamr ala t sutTstn 053 t omn m jralng and neelnghbr mnmma take nil thexjggtf in one nest remarked i Oh innmma dont hike nil theeggs You must leave one for the mamma ll hen to measure 4fAn bye t Jfs v65l I into tli gnrdpn jISRhl Efldlc lila fttoe all agleW t bo1PItICdSlt quick MI wwnk1- Thea pultt again only sfowo nJ think tlltn ho would stop short then Ac rould sy It nil ovefr did llialcl IYnud J so vexed 1And ten nTRjnnia do you Un iv shad forgot tThe VoQljthl ougit tJ cluck noxti llo Usold ac1t cut cadwputr As laud Jlltt a8 fitrrns uf I could And slit iaolscd round t rap very thanlci ful X I I tcli you U mSdo led good cho flipped tjnd said Cutcutcairrhcin utr She remembered Juct lioV71t want then l aut Its well I ran Into garden She might nfevcr hare lucked right again Baby World CASTO ITho Kind You Have Always Bought anti wfeicb ftas Meaj J ofsif Mona sUpervision 8ineeltalntaaq Allow aooBe to deceive you lu this All Goun terfclts Imitations and Jostasgooa are bo rf Experiments that trifle with and endanger the bealthC Infants and Children Esperience against Experiuu i What is CASTOR A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrup It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other farcetiei substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys WonBg and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea aiftd Wbtd Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures C aStipatiam and Flatulency It assimilates time Food regulates tlte Stomach and Bowels giving healthy ad aatvral 1eem The Cliilureaa PanaeeaTlse Mothers Friend I GENUINE CASTORI AiWAT Bears the Signature of j j The Kind You Haye Always B- In bse For Over 30 Years yeN 1 HUMOR OF THE HOURj Parailfae Found Little WIiliect father bclng a kind man taken him to time circus It was time childs first experience and withf his eyes bulging he watched the perrmcis rs they made the grand entrance Ills little hand stole Into Ills fathers as ho moved ns closely as ho could to his progenitors side the clrdus music rang in his ears half be FOtbreath when thc tuuiblers rushed forth to turn lllpflsps high In the air over lertl of elcphnutsJ lIe saw tile trapeze performers In dazzling tights as they CId their wonderful turns liigli in the air and gasped clutching at lila rTtlinfV IJhd no It to thus protect the daring one from going down to destruc thou Then came suddenly upoii the Steno a milk white steed and sitting won his broad back was a siKlling fiutiful creature all Imphik and livo rjand fluffs She was kissing hqr hands totlie people thebrtnd having suddenly stvltched to n s5nl stirring ftlrjthnt added to the unreality of It all The rln aiaster said something then he snapped his whip and tile one 11n pink mId ivory and Huffs stood upon tilts tees of one foit on the back of the niHIv tIjllr charger and scorned about to float away Little Willie excitedly rose and placing his lips near his fa11 thcrs er askfad f Papa is flic Jkn angeirChieago Tcconlncrald f The Hopeful rOunIRR The hopefulness of some young men b unboanded At a dinner table the oiLcr night some one said to a medical stsuTcnt Dont you despair Of ever building up if practice In medicine MndccHl no he answered Hut yon will admit that the profe slpn Is already overcrowded Oh pcrhajis it IsusakI the young man amid tlcn with a laugh he acfiled ulJut ipratJeto graduate hi medi clue Jst the sauMt lint those who are already In the professroh wlTl lluvc to take tLelr chana Baltimore Sun I The He am Inrltatloa i4llenpp Mrs Smith mamma says shcll be glad It youll come to tea oii Monday With iJfasure Bessie Tell your mother HixMillyto3 kind Oh uo Mamma sayssliehlbe glad when Its over Possible Wn Opt John said Mrs Bjenklns looking up from the evening paper you know how ninny dishes luitc has broken Inteyc yes said John What of IU Well continue Mrs Bjenklns icO ki siiuctlhip In the paper here iijLt SiCti phrteit dont know Just what they ere Dut I should think they mightIeIe hero Indestructible f aioncy Talk Soinervllle j poor man he hogan but Uou of a true and loving heart goes for anything with you I Oh It goq with uie all right In tbmiptel time fair but practical maid but Iu nfraldflt wont gd with the grocer a id batcher Cleveland Plain oaler Salt For Sheep TIe gruat value of salt for sheep was shown in some recent experiments made In France Three lots of sheep were treated alike In the matter ot food ex cpt that one lot had no salt a secoudj lot lund oncbalf ounce per head eydnynnd the third lot three fourtlis itcr day Those receiving cue half ounce per V3r did Uu nest gaining fjiir and oacbdlf pouiuls more than Gioo that received threefourths ounce AJl tile Biicci revolving saltwad 144 pounds more w ol and hail n better Ccccc tbaiu those vLVa bail none a w- iiClubbingLt The best Migzis tNewspapers pubUsheduiin the country cdferedtj t reduced rates to NEW LEADER riII LouisvmlWPustt subscribersijijIICourior Jo rnalweekly 1i qk Louisville Herald daily 2 qqr siHome i Farmers Home Jnufnau1I qqCmi Cincinnati Enquirr I t ICountry Gmtlernerr S qqX Breeders Gazette 2 QQ nterstife 1ouitryman1 1Ohioq 1tThe Commoner rv 1 nod St Louis GlobeDkmqcr I t 5 7Ki f 50J1tTEI arpers Msgazine 9rt Harpers weeklvu 4 151 Harpers Bazar 4 25 Ancerican A gricilturist 1 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