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I r f 1 l Aft 4T Ii 4 I L THI NEWS1EADER iL I 4 i 1f fiJ t t 1i fiiitiItP t 171 I f 10It t I 0 b Niir Ser V6kxINO 47 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 24 1904 iibriBit = + f tC f 01 r W xioTHpo2q i BTHOMPSON Jr t 1Ryd tThomp9ou- UNDERTAKERS1t YAHD EMBALMERS L P v Carry ia stock all kiaii of Faaera riji Jk PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY gpJ JSfJQJldfefc county seat of Tyashingto hi t 5J miles south ir fut Qfj iniGa 59 miles from Louisville on B dstown branch pi I ouiriUe and Nashviiie railroadi inI 1 fan nf and agrJcultuVal district Two Banks telegraph and telephone eHinest express office flouimills lumber yards PopcatW 1100 population of county 1500- 0RepresenUtivelu Congress Hon D H Smithi Hodgenville Kye t Representative inXeutuckLegifil ilature Hon yiD Clay rook Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon KT 1J County Directory CIRCUIT COURT- Cir ult Court begins on the fourth t Moadar in February May and OctgE Iter x 1 HThurman Judge R I Durham Commonwealth At iocHcy 1r E5MinipbelIC1erki- sJ G Leachman Master Commiss icrE jf1 QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is hgld on the third onday in eaph month BTfKUsey Judge t RlitCOUNTDT CO County trt meets on the fourth Y Monday in etch mouth B L Litsey Judge r W F Booker County Cerkll TS MayeCountyAttcrieYb Geoge Cat1ettaller Byron Crbake Sheriff Richard Isham Sidney Osborne RH Depute Ed Masters a PjLjanres F Moore County Surveyor to J I Royalty Assessor l T P OBryan DeputeRobert Noe Treasur r t J M Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Sapt of Gomtnom to Schools PO Springfieldfl CITY COURT James RNoePOliCe Judge j m3oiaW GrigsbyrCity Attorney r t JUSTICECOUitTt Jnatice Courts are held in January April July and October i t Church Directory t METHODIST CHURCHa Rev J CHoskinson Pastor Ser yiceVonthe First and Third Sundays in each month at 11 am and 7 30 pin Sunday School every Sunday at 10 anitPraycr meeting every Wednesday might CATHOLICCHURCH P F llenmSsay Pastor Ser tJlevtvices every Sunday at 8 audiO oclock a ra Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH i Rev Felix Pastor Service econd and fourth Sunday in each iir iti 4l- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Eev T DLatimer Pastor Pleaching every Sunday at 11 ain y Jndat 1 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting yery Thur day evening at 7 oclock Jrc BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wmk Harrison Williams Pastor Preachingevery Sunday at 11 am Land 716 pm Sunday School everytt Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 715 oclock A L V Fraternal Ordems MIASOSIC LODGE Springfield lodge 4io so meets first and third Mouday 4iIi each monthSWashmsrtoa R JA Chapter Ko 57 guMcls every second Tuesday Ingfie1d Council Io52 meets on tytcY ourtbJlonday JtuiGHis of TIlE MACAgEESMect rcrv first Wed ncsdav in each mon rsssssssssS AMERICAN I71 JI SILVER L TRUSS4 J f ILi7 r fXpfssY x fL1CRTCOOLf Ww JI I flk J t S j7crjjjCJjj1 1 I wanw A wrahraff ROUND Of zn Il MU MM A oo Til k5lYiH PlliftCSI um JL B7 A A Merriam The farm yard Wsjlull of a chattering crowd All cackling at opce both ldhcr and loud JBut one skinny turkey of ancient niein Was gaining d haring twas plain LAndeverand his burden o song 1jI Was this and hone therkeeP lean and live lonf t Said he with conviction the time ia nigh 11l When for daintiest ti bits yo never need sigh They will be off Yontthree times a day Bat tyuu who are greedy I simply willkay J Youd better eat little youll find Im not wrong Tust take ny lean and livelong advtcekecp Ive summered a itjaauy a year And if I am careful Ive nothIng to fear For the fat fowls ire those that gar fish a able And I shall keep lean as long as I ainabie you who love 11f4l in this gay featho eresd throng Just remember mj words keep lean and live long TOOK LAwThere is a cD growing sentiment fn this county among jbhe farmiers in avor of a stock law to prevent the running at large of stock At the recent election the ques ion was voted pn in various sec tions of the State and the vote i Was almost mvariably in favor l of the passingo j the law seve j al whole counties adopting the j law There were several neigh in this county where the matter was talked ol and i favored but the necessary steps towards putting the question to vote were not taken Owing the scarcity ofl timber and the accompanying iincrease in the xpense of fencing we believe he time has mfior Kentucky adopt the lijtws for stock run i ing at llarge as exist in other States The principle seems just and cOrrect nyway Every an should take care of his own stock and not all w it to live on he public highway nor encroach on his neighbors The stock law is of advantage to the poor farmer who own little stock and depends principally on his crops t for a livelihood If he ould void the expense of fencing against his neighbors stock lhe would have that much morefor the support of his family To he rich farmer qnd stock raiser i the law would make t but little difference He its a rule has his farm wen fenced anyway and if he is ani ovner off fine stock he will see to it that it istt kept under fence and not allowed to disturb his neighbors We believe that by the time of theI next regular election in WashI ington county that the peOple- will have given his matter con sideration and Will be ready to act and we bejieve that if the stock law is put pn force that the county will be materially Jt ene fitted It i tr1f OBACC6 T h e tobacco growers of this county arfc becoming very impatient over he continued dry weather which makes it impossible for them toIi handle their tobacco so as tott prepare it for the market The- omarketing of tlfeir tobacco crdp means everything almost to theJ grower and his impatiencp iSj not to be wondered at when jt is remembered tha his tobacco rep resents his yeajrs income and that the proceeds thereof are tied up as long as the crop re mains hanging iin his barn There are no new developments concerning the Burley Tobacco Growers Association The pro motelS of that concern still ex press hope thatjthe plans will be carried out and that a sufficient amount of the prop will be con tracted for to make the organiza tion a go In jbhe meantime the Continental Company is preparing to handle jxbarco here this season as usual The new big warehouse which is being built by IlL Scare y is about corn pleted and reparations are being irade to cpen as soon as there is any tqbacco to be ban- dIed The farmers up to the present time have hrfd absolutelyl no opportunity to strip their to bacco and of course will not have until it rains The Conti anylbuyingI consequently line can be hadi on what their prices will be this- f season It is pretty certain however that prices will rule higher The growers have hadl higher prices preached to them by the BurleY Association people and they have had it put tot them so often that the Trust has not been paying full value for their product that they have set their figures higher and the chances are the buyer who succeeds in getting much tobacco this year must pay for it The agitation has caused a godddeztleof feeling against the Trust and many Will be inclined to seek another market unless the Trust comes forward with an increased scale of prices By paying bigger prices the Continental can easily regain a friendly footing among the growers who as it is but natural and right look to their own interests first of all ir 4 m zioinThe appearance of so many cases of typhoid fever in and about Springfield this fall has caused people to Inii if there is not lquire some lOcall l cause The causes of the prec sence of typhoid germs have j long been a puzzle to physicians arid health officers as sOjtfaf as practical world knows no difinite conclusions have been reached The germs of typhoid are often ji traceable to water which is being used or to other local conditions This season as well as previousr ones it has been no more prevaljl lent in Springfield than in other localities There are cases alltt over Washington county and few localitiesi appear to be entirely f free from the terrible disease The extremely dry weather which in many cases causes the t use of unhealthful water is re spons ble in a large measure forc he increase in the trouble and jl unsanitary conditions inore often are allowed to prevail where there is ofiwatera scarcity CitIt zens and housekqepers cannot be too careful about seeing to thet cleanliness of their premises The town authorities sliould also see to the condition 6 Cthestreets j and alleys of the town where off times diseasebreeding rubbish j is allowed to accumulate DOESnt Rsect Old A Is shameful wbenyonth fails to respect old age but just the contraro in the case of Dr Kings New LUe Pills They cut offJ maladies no matter how sovcre arid irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever ccntl stipation all YleM to this perfect Pill 25c at C J Haydonsxdrug store t OfllyMaMsaBaHMlcrlforsc Peraaps you have never tb1hlrit but the fpci must be apparent to 11byalacki t the vse of drastic cathartics like the olO fashioned pills oily makes a Lad matter worse Chamberlains Stomach ftt end Liver Tablets are much more mild isltLkenfleCfl hardly realize it Js the effect f 1 medicine Try a 35c bottle of them For sale by Haydons drufrstprc Notice To Hunters We the updersignedj liereby notify one and alf hunters that no hunting will be allowed onjj our farms Violators will be prosecuted for tresspas G C E D DonahoeI CLe Grundy 7y ElliNI lt TiA Grundy W G Grundy G G Tucker jGt SP Derringer Thatawful grinding stabbing pain th3 back is from the kidneys Ai dose of Pineules will cure it over uigh Pineulcs is a new discovery putup in a newVay A delightful emedy and specific for all Kidney nd bladder troubles Sold by Hay j poos Pharmac Day Bill Argued 1 In the Jessamine circuit court Monday Hon John G Carlisle as attorney for Berea College attacked the constitutionality o tt the bill the last 1whiesandiff1 institution vtyhin the state off tI Kentucky After the arguments had been partially completed itt was agreed that briefs might be filed With thecourt and the case was continued to the February term of the Madison circuiti court The cise will probably be appealedto the Court of Appeals and then to the Supreme t Co ilof the United States re gardless of the decision of the lower court FayoMd By Both Parlies- Republicans and Democrats alike praise FoleyS Honoy and Tar for coughs colds antI all throat and lung diseases as no other remedy can com pare with it It is safe and sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main street Gloucester Mass writes Foleys Honey and Tar cured me of a very bad cough whichX had for three months though other remedies failed to bene fit me I can highly recommend it for coughs and colds Sold by Wood Campbell Terrible Tragedy George Carpenter Meets Death in a Tragic Manner George Carpenter who lived in Mercer county but was well known here was killed in a peculiar manner near Stewarts on last Wednesday Carpenter accompanied by hs daughter and drivel in a surrey from Hay dpfn Thompsons livery stable had left here Wednesday morn ing for the point at which Ir was killed T ho particulars of toe tragedy and the circumstan ej which led up to iit are as fol lows GeQrgekCrperter has a daugh er woo with her child tad for some months beeR living in Springfield with her brother MI GIlbert Carpenter who was engaged in the butcher business at this place The daughter had been married to Cleveland Suth erland son of Mr Lee Sutherland a prominent citizen of the Stewart n neighborhood but the couple had separated Carpcn er the father was jn Spring geld lust wook and taking his daughter In the lured surrey left for the homo of the Sutherlands with the avowou intention of at jj tempting to fix matters between his daughter and young St1 her land As they approached the i Sutherland home Carpenter it seems ordered LeeBjone the driver and hislltJn ughter to get outoftne yclucle and wait on the road Ho Jdrovcr on to the Sutherland hpuse and ordered youhgSutherJand andMrs Lee Sutherland to get in with him and they drove some little dis tance to where Mr Lee Suther land was at work Some words passed between SutherlandCand Carpenter concernibg the domes tic relations of the people when i Carpenter drew a pistol and oe gan firing at Sutherland Young Cleveland Sutherland who vas iii in the surrey it is said knocked the pistol up so that the bullets i Hew wild The horses became frightened at the shots and ran away turning the vehicle over dragginjfit somo distance Iaq stopped Carpenter was n in tl1eI rock with his neck brokeV lie was killed instantly Mrs Sutherland was badly bruised but young Sutherland escaped injury Carpenter had be n on a protracted spree and this actions before the tragedy showed tjiat ne was almost crazy from drink He was widely known as a stock trader through out this sectioniaf the country OllutifCillll the GJn1 ne Foley Co Chicago originated Honey Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the grat merit and popularity of Fpleys Honey Lild Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Folcys Honey aiU Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other pre paration ViII give the same satisfac jtion It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons Sold b Wopd CampbellS Poleys Kidney Curd tnWa IWf tttftifWiatf 4fOr LOCAL INTEREST fc- OM I i IMMMM MMWWM cc OO iff1fACKvILLEFew people liy ing in Springfield and in othei parts of the county realize the size and importance of some01jl the smaller villages of ty Probably the next in line of importance to the county seat is the modest little town of Mack yule wnich has been a settle ment nestling among the hills in the northeastern part of Wash ington county for near a hen afefl years A visitor to the town of Mackville now adays will be struck with the general air of prosperity which seems tp pervade the town The mer chants all look well pleased with the world Among the leading merchants who make up the bus iness interests of Mackville aye James Isham who has a big store and carries dry goods gro ceries and almost everything ndedful to the average house keeper W F Hall has a big stock of general merchandise and he enjoys a big trade with the farmers for miles around Mr T J Graves carries a line of hardware tinware furniture etc and has done well in his line Besides these Mackville hasa drugstore cperated by MrI John Wycoff and several other smaller stores The hotel is presided over by Mrs D C Thompson who dispenses hospitality and spreads a bountiful table hi that goodold fashioned way that has your modern hostelry beat 01 block The Farmers Bank iis new and growing institution of the town It was started a Iptle over a y ar ago and has g1dc ml y grown in business and Importance l It has a capital of 15000 arid the last statement shows deposits of over 37OOO with loans and discounts a mount lug to more than 44000 Mr J W Salleo is the casnier and active manager of the bank AV B Hatchett is president and John B Peter vice presidett The bank is a paying institution and is earning money for its stockholders who are locall men CITY OF CHURCHES Mack ville might be called the city of churches and for the size of the town the houses of worship ate numerous and in a flourishing condition Probably the largest church there is the Baptist which is a handsome structure just completed a year ago It is large and nicely furnished and fitted out Rev R L Purdorn is the pastor and he preaches there every second and fourth Sunday in each month The Methodist church has a large congregation and is in a gocd condition Rev Todd presides over the spiritual welfare of the- econgregation and he holds ser vices two Sundays in eaoh month The Presbyterian church has a small but faithful congregation and Rev W T Overstreet of Perry villo does the preaching for the Hock The Onristian denom nation is represented bv an organized congregation and will a soon have a house of worship of its own The foundation for thel new church 45 by 45 feet in di mansions has just been com t pleted and the buildirg wilt be l pushed as rapidly as possible There is also a Colored Methodist t church presided over by l Rev Paris which is prospering I QUESTION OF LAW The Nelson Record tells ofa lawsuit in Ayers We know what all good doc tors think of Ayers Cherjry Pectoral Ask your own docstot and find out He will tell Cherry Pectoralyou how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest df coughs JAycri vClierrr Pectoral U well known In our family Wo think It If the best medicine In theirocld for coughs and cold KATiE IITXSZONFeIium Cal P100 7 0 LUR Co All clruMtI forlow811 bal- s CoughsIHard lOne of Ay rs Pills at bds win 1ovelICt1Jfcx tlv a jA which Springfield parties parties are interested which came up a Bardstown last week as follows erA nice question of law wasar gued before Judge Daugherty in the County Court Monday in the case of City of Bardstown vs John R Barber and KenttC Bar bour In September the city filed a statement in the County Court stating thata strip of Jand owned by defendants lying out sldsthe city was needed by said l city for water works purposes The Court appointed commission ers to value same They were Less McCrocklin Henry Sutherland and Ike Cott9n They fixed value of land and fencing at 800 Thecity filed excep tins tQsaid r port alleging that Kent Barbeur one of the defend ants had gone with commission ers when they were fixing the yalue and asked that said report j be set aside When the case was called Monday Attorneys W i C 1fcChord of Springfield and NatW Halstead of this city t filed a demurer to the statement t and raised the question that the city had no right tocondemn or a own land outside of its limits The matter was argued and sub mitted and demurrer overruled a f L fIColvin has sent to the NEWS LEADED editor a brick which came from the chimney of the old Lincoln cabin on his place near Poortown which iis beingt torn down This is the cabinin which Thomas Lincoln and Nan dy Hanks were married and lived for years and in which many believe that the Immortal Abraham Lincoln was 00accepted historians l to th 9ntrary notwithstanding It is a pity that this old cabincan not be preserved for itshistoric value The find ing among the records of thett County Clerks by Clerk W F Booker some years ago of the marriage certificate of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Ranks to gether with the knowledge of older inhabitants concerning the parents residence in the cabin put to rest the Belief thatthere was a cloud over the legitimacy of the birth of Abraham Lincoln The old cabin as well as the mar riage certificate were photographed and wer to be seen in the Lincoln exhibit at the Worlds Fairv CRITICALLY ILLMr Otho Adams who has been confined to his home near Simms this county for several months is in critical condition and all hppe for his recovery has been aban doned Some years ago Mr Adams brove an arm which has ver since given him more or less pain About a year ago he fell on the arm that had been broken and 6ver since the injury has been growing worse Dr Ap Morgan Vance of Louisville was called in andafter in examination of the wound propounced + sarcoma cancer which is in l curable Dr Vance Stated that Mr Adams could not survive six weeks at the farthest and that the chances were he would not live two weeks Mr Adams is one of the best known men inT the county and bas been a fami liar figureiu Springfield where he transacts most of bis bSn sr COMPLETED His DUTIES Mr C T Atkinson completed his duties as Special Judge in the Washington County Circuit Court last week and has returned home He is greatl pleased with his experience and says he s was accorded every courtesy bytJt both the people and the bar The majority of his rulings gave to all parties eon cerned But this is not tbewondered at as Mr Atkinson possesses more than an ordinary amount of judicial ability and istt an all round clever gentlemanG Standard THomnJss CurTDeWitts Witch Hazel SatIre ha1J cured thousands of cues of PilesHI bought box of De Witts Witch JI ZCI Salve on the recommendatioii pf ouita eflZav11aii d born case of pllts It cured mepwrmji JJ nently Sold by all druggists j l qs1 qj1II A Mattor 41ffJi r 1 V ofHealth j rBaungi f r the food more digestible aid jw whplesome This peculiarity r vji1 1 ar iiS li Qfoyai has been rioted htt4 physicians and they aceordt lj ingily endorse and f recomMp J rP iIJd mend It I ltt dhI Tt f jII CO YOU Vi L f9 q it fat help Is Scite The Lancaster Record hasthe1 following in regard to the scarci ty of farm heJp which It says is causing miich alarm in Gar rard county Farmers say they have uJver known help to e as hard to get nor haye prices ever been so high Any kind of hand wants almost twice his worth if h0 will work at all One farmer near town iis paying dollar a day and three meals for hands to shuck cqrn and we know of one who last weeK nojt only paid this price but came to town every moring in a wagon and hauled the negro stohisf- arm fed them and then hauled them back to town at night This Was kept up until his large crop of cprniwas shucked There are plenty df negroes here bat not onein ten will work at any price The good omes are eagerly sought after and any man who can worlr and will work can get mostaDv wages he wants Many farmers are renting their places and hioving to town for the simple ifeason that they can not get help to handle the crops REE0RTOF THE CONDITION- OfT FIRST NATIQNflL BflUK At Springfield in the Stat of Kern tacky at tbei closer of tjnaineeaNov vetriber 10 194 No176 eO7SCEs Loans and Discounts 219626 Si- Oyetdraftsstcuredand un secured 2 557400 U SBond8 to secure circulation 5000000 Merchandise 658150 Banking house furniture and lIxtntes 550000 Dae from National Banks not reserve agents 129055 Dae from Statu bank bankers 0 15795 Due Irom approNedreserv ed agenta 1483553 Notes of other National oFracUonulplpernickles and cents 26812I- JLWFOIi MONEY RESBKVE IN BA yxzW SpeqIe 609235 Leg ltrnder notes 000122323S Redemption fund with US Treasnrf 5 per cent of- cIrcalatlob 250000 Total t319ll415 IJI = 3 50IOOOQSurpJasUndivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 585604 National Bank not out standing 5000000 Due to other National banks 261271 Due to State Banks and 170042Individualsubjectto 12761329 ime certificates of deposit 4694286 unted51891lDiJJstlficates of deposit f9r money borrowed I 000000 Total i319t11451 STATE OF KBXTCCKY coostr or WASH IXQTdX 83 I A C McElroy Cashier of the above named bank 3o solemnly swear that the otykI1oV A C McElror Cashie ubsrlbed and sworfl to before m bi 21st Jay of November 1104 v Jr A BOUIWARE Notar PiibUc- COUREcTAttest I JOHN W LEWIS jH M GRDNDY DirectOR F M CAMPBELL i ARDan BIT IVrihinMted with an ugly e tcm the0egof J B Orner Fr klii rove III It developed a tliibV bora Ulclr unyielding to Oi kHsJ and remedies4 for foot year beii BucklMV Arnfea 8ftll cored Its jttiiM food for j Burns Staid Skin nptoalJJ iteJ 5 ior iIaydooir- uIator izT3flzTfARi t densonto fh 1 i I 1kOurfarmersI1t strlPP fo fj t 0AfJi oXJ goods Vr fk X A W Arnold boghta1o of JJ Isham for 60 3tIf Samkimberlin happened to attf j accident last Monay His horse Jscared at a rock crusher ttJhis buggy to pieces and cut ooe eye very badly fThursdayf KirnberiinSMiss Larney Isham andf lri J i ifWill Bagel were quietl j married lThursday afternoon at tleresi r deuce of Rev CarnpbeflatTexaz Mrs Nauni Harmoa bought 1II jive barrels of COI711f Will In jMarcusj t Iitthis week for Arkansas v iJoe Campbell and agn pet JCa1DpbJ Mrs Kate Arnoklja yisitim t the family of Mr Blake ArnoldH of Mackville iIfI The Padgett band entertained quite number at Mr A H Cra rrTrjti I AKOrain andfziily were i visiijq Clarence Soott Siiadiytf t fttIf They xeport a pleasant time H t We learn that the new pikla l1 j tie west in Boyle cotiaty that i isfknown as the fleJa and j1 Danville pike is alnwsi completed 1 In tact tht crushers are thrcigh- with i tf t their work so the peopSe will not rim the risk offjMti rftIenedbytbenv 1 ii DalICIj II J I byocalapp1jati as MbiycUt lt t reach the diaodi jpctto i of thsec 1 There Is only one way to cis deal j ness t is bycoiistitioaZ tremedies BeafaeM kcaiui4 bj iinflamed coditioaotthe MMMtisrlWJ 11i iugmt the Enftlachiftft TitWv WlfciS fIf hug sound or imperf ct bearing att when Itl entirely eloMclDMtM the result asduahaa htJUMlk l j can betake out JMd thU tobro tstored tCoits waf 11ingtcasestolt whieD i5uiKMt 1We1 C I fJSfJ ForSaIeiPr1irIy i n f HaYiBf feckfe U rbr JMML basies1oUerforJs myoo storj buMBCM booaa JMxiOm IwithJO Itl warerocm IIr1 lengthl alo mjitook offnoii 1GrOOff1I t +y twoMory d11 7 t a1Ml1boYe Jhoi WM1a house heir bj Jitwwr bra good cbtarn aod niifood ukboos I4ot 1 bctW Caa bs bought res ooabte Tn sJtI1 ia li 2alcL H 1 J tlt ysfiefof cough Jw4 4Streble Jt MteftAjMfMpik pro I psStithstdsstrsy the ffrm t and 8rfhr iiprDb rtileetlatcat pbte m aHMrUt it to be thrown off move j CoupWbqogn PharmacyPiniesyc 4by Haydous PharnacyS kL tlilt NEWSLEADER YBYTtlUMDAY- 1f M A YAR m ADVANCE t i pGPiL KY f t JDAVISON Jr I I r 11TIUsaR osra e1t 19C tpe b 11 r AUaw poUUCZ11ftttS a t I 1Jl t JSlPSk4stkwrak3Ibltca3lj lit Uiftry r goods ii4 Mrds oi llberal rr odr5p c1 S Oh u g asI t kx1NrczxTsII r lfJf9WM 91 ir 500I 110taituit9S SI 24 19C4 TJlV JlDATXOYElBER valley Hill iriiQiry in this district thatt fcnU Vwiiing traffic and the yetiYeI II oW WSLDER MJIIS azd your c tres JinCaY countv ffioA Sunday on bust i t Tlnlm T A Tatum and twilvisited Mrs W FICbst 2f MoraaiMooday 4 Tto icbool will be out next reRumorweek at Utili pae 4poctstS tttcher is going to gall wrarR dWilliams of the SprinKI MWEptst church gave a short scboolbouse MonIttnao at Ibo daymiiW There was a good Mwd Bd ihebestof attention ru ii1ea Tfce at4awseof listening senate to eommaud The ihrit of pall aftd ruin despisef J To icat ter the gospel oer a smiling V v us41pAnd I 1e3 t Thtnksfivhas is here and to f itttrj ibicriber of the county paper prteent will come on the t aoraiigf ail jt will be a copy l of the good old NEWS LEADER which w cocilantly read by UNO Txasii l lliii Illsbam and Mr James Bag wtjl were quietly joined to- ftUMT iHnatriraony at the home otReTJJW Campbell of this place last week and alike union ITM made for Mr Sam Payne a d brde at theJhome of Rev R Xb pirfkm The brides name ia UIOW to the wrter Mriil A IjI LiseV who has tAll ill with typhoid fever is fcitinjio RicElly Mr Charles Popes littte girl Ethel is ill off typhoid fever Master TOlie Arnold son of MrJas Arnold was struck oi t the fryer with a bat which cauKe H serious result Dr McChord atoputated the finger last Saturday j1iM Wise went out Saturdaj or ninfto kill a squirrel for his ck father In getting ove a e ftDCebe let his gun fall wet off shooting him through the nand Thireu1tdfia the toM of a thumb for Mr Wise Rev W T Gordon who has bccftin the West for several t 4yMiii BOW viSiting 7b4e Bro Gordon preached te iemoQ at Behlehem Mast 1fr sundayk MrL Tom Peterson of Chicago Iis visiting relatives at Texas an- 1q tiinms Mr John Peterson and wife vlsiteJ the home of the llatter Netooe county lat week Texas iis going to lose one l its doctors Dr Deboe has sold Kit property here to Rev J W Campbelll and expects to leave toon He has purchased a farm slMr Sam feay near Pleasant k JUa 4 wIlled there soun TiiaAksgiving is near but tur krroot mighty high aroun be we can kill l yp to suit since ws cannc tb fJfJ iPf flltle Having bought a new one we i Wve a HCJQd bund he awe fr V It iII in good repair aT I 4 i4etofj barneee goes IfcWm len at a bargain f BV W ARNOLD 4k Co M i tt Mackville Ky- lYf 1 lIIIittrs atiM Ot our farm Vio b pcolsct4 Lo r OIiODYOR2JU1GEJ 1If derfll Bor4 xrf Triwteee JII If Uwk Tie Pte deflt l niL v 5T I MMttWVrotftt wwhS IiH5 WH ww ZMIW Wfi fiiWm wmroi W News From The County t j J I Amon the County People II1tpenln as Reported by our Correspondents 1 MM MM OOOOMM l MM WIHisburfl W S Gil4wa in Shelby ville last we 2k tbborfbusinessIE IBrown1Mss Mary McGaughpy of An derson county is the pleasant guest at thebomeo1W S Gibbs vile MrsABl thisye2k Wells1S in Louis Quite a itruber of joung po Ipiespelling mitch at Hardest ys schoolIat Friday night Tjhe forjtheirj Everybody young are invited tb attend the pra er meeting at this place on every Wednesday night Dame Rujndr reports a wed ding soon Kent Rogers and wife spent last week at the home of CR Cheatham Mi3 R MJ Arnold and chjld ren of Maud spent Sunday with C R Cheatham and family We are glad to repnrt everybody in qur little yiUage well and also busy Mr Henry Wells of Tatham Springs was in our town t last Saturday i tEvertlBCeeling spent Saturday ard Sunday with his parents near Pulliam Mrs Rufus Foster and Miss Mayme Merritt spent last Wednesday at the beautiful coinrry home of Mr Robert Mcllyoy anao mily Rev J A Simms filled his ap intment at lIarlesty School house last Saturday night and Sunday We regret to hear of the uQI timely death of Rev Sales Bel lived to a gooi od age and was well krown iin this part of the county We extend our sympa t thy to the bereaved relatives We are sbrjry to learn of the illness of Jbtin K Wilson who left this place some time ago and now resides in Chi ago Pleasant Grove Misses Roe Montgomery and Ela Sweeney of Lebanon are the charming visitors of Misses Ressie and Miable Thompson Miss Sallie Trent has returned from Lousvijle where she wert to have an Of eration performed Miss Nellie Reed of the Ridge is visiting he sister Mrs R M Thompson i1MrsH B rnetl of Antioch is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Wall The rag lackers met at Mrs J D Sh3hans Thursday to make clothing for the poor and needy discuss foreign mission work nohkindred1Miss Mary Logan NeatI is visit ing friends in Springfield this week Decatur Dragdo has purchased BrownsPriceaunknown From allr ports the wedding bells will cause the Xmas noise dto take a back seat f Messrs Charlie Williams J B Hays Jr1 and Dr StuvenaH Litseysnfor the weak tfRevtilled Rev La i triP1Jregular appointment at the Pres byterian church here Sunday ofJr r preachers for the purpose of de livering a toriygn mission sermonl and taking a collection This auddraised it areIi posted therefore ye enemies of theqnail arid jrabbit must make yourselves scdrce around here Dr Williams who recently left P ortownl to cast his lot with iIlpe good people of Maud was t1up to spndtbe day with SiC Van Arsdale and family Sunday Messrs Jaai and Hugh Noe and families bf Springfield sppnt Sundiy will jS C VanArsdae and family I The Poor oW1i Literary Club hayer AyeEhPills YIanfwill t YI finished IThe Rev Richard Sale who died Monday morning at 7 oclcck was buried here at 10 a m Tues day The Poortown Literary Club jhslditsbi weekly debate Friday evening The subject up for di cussipn was R solvi That we should annex the Phllfippines The hruse was crowded to the top The audience was hoursI spellbound for Jwo l rug by the flow of oratory After a gentleman who is a descendant of the Emerald Isle rind a speaker for the negative side had corn pared the last speaker for the affirmativet to everything from Admiral Bob El vat s down toa bedbug which had refused to say in the same room where be slept the argument was closed Three Democratic judges were selected and decided uoaninv us ly In favor of the affirmative The democrats are getting to be dead easy The speakers were as follows Affirmative Lavinia OConnor Nannie Thompson James Thompson auf Erastus Trent Negativr Graham Van Arsdale Mable Thompson Lithe VanArsdale and John Porn Miss Emma Adairs of Har rodsburg is visiting friends and relatives here this w ek Mr Less Adams who has becn making his home with Mr Henry Leach man for the past year is ut again after a months illness with typhoid fever rnlliam Springs Mr C C Foster has moved to his beautiful country home near here from the little village of Willisbuig Mr Elisha Keeling has moved to the farm he purchased of Richard Pinkston and Ed Foster moved to his home near Pulliam Dr Hatchett still improves very slowly and we hope to see him out again soon as he has been sick two long weary months Miss Pearl Snider is very low with typhoid fever Mrs Robert Hardin is at the point of death She is at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Chesser near Willisburg It seems from the reports of rifles and the shouts of the men and boys that they have decided to put in good time hunting game while the llaw is out Hog choera is raging in this community Several have lost tneir meat hogs- Protracted meeting is going on at Fairview church conducted by Rev Allen Miss Athena Royalty spen the last week with her broiher Mr Valoisc Royalty attending the meeting at Fairview Jt seems from all appeaiacces that there will be very few tur lkeys sold for Thanksgiving Ithere baVent been any buyers around with prices tosuit the people Mrs Hercd Goff who has been amost blind we arc glad to say has recovered her eyesight to some extent Mr Bill Wilham and wife were the pleasant guests ot Mr W Sattenv and wife Wednesday last j 1Mr Elias Kays and wife have to Illicois to trake their future home Most everybody around here would be jglad to see a gcol raiq as they are very anxious to gel their tobacco stripped Merine Rhines bought a farm from John D Keeling Price 1200 BrooksvfHc- b Several young people from this place atended the spelling match at the Hardest school nightIMiller of Willisburg and Cheat ham of this place spent last WiJsonrIMiss Lufa Pinkston was in Springfield last week Messrs Frank and Fred West and Willie Martin of Perry ville Act directly on the liverI constipation1biliousnessI Sold for 60 years Jrwe11 cysCoI DYEtFlnf crs or vorz QIIt rlWJ e O zwac c s spent Sunday with W P Cheat hamand family Miss Lula Colvin was in oUL village last week and Lloyd Jim Noel Wilson Pufdora r PtktnIf Harrcdsburg list we 1ro Forest View Mrs Dohahoe of Valley Hill and Albs Lizzie M ck of Lf ba no paid III ii unClcui this plaCi a flying visitlast week Thomas with his family moved to Early Times Nuson couily last weak to make theirv future home Mr Jeff ODaniel and Ms Annie Hngan were married at St Chares church last Tuesday and efc at once for the Worlds Fair Mr Sam Smith and Mrs Minnie Mattingly were married at St Rose ou Wednesday last May prosperity attend both par ties We were struck with horror lastMonday when we learned tnat Mr Ed Oanieh barn and 50 head of fattening jnues 3 horses antfa number of cattU and Jiogs had b en burned Jt took place Satqrday gLt last St Catherines burned on Satur thy night and Mrs Will Blan fords barn burned on Saturday night all in ther space of this year Theold time dance jgivcn by Mr and Mrs Mar ja ore niglit Ust week was a most enjoyable affair A large crowd in att nd ance Last Motdtir nght Mr and Mrs Joe Mecjlley gave a dance at tbtiri new home to the delight of i the young folks Joe and hs wife kiiov howto enteitiin and make each one feel at home Pino Cecil we learn wi take charge of the Poor House in th near ffuture J Matt Mode requests us toj say that he lost his bank book in Springfield last Saturday even ing with several conceited checks in it Will be proud iMhe finder will leave it at the firt National Bank or any of the business houses Springfield Cbhrterlaiiis drajKli Remedy is Pleas JooT8ke The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of SJharaberlainrf Cough ReMedy and the roots usedJn its preparation give jt a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to tike Me- W L Roderick ol Poolesville Md in speakHg of this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Cough remedy with my hildrcn for several years and can truthfully say It is the best prepa ration ofthe kind I know of The chil dren like to take it add and it has no injurious after eflect For sale by TIny dons drugstore J Scru4svilc Vlr and Mrs J W Baker were guests at the home ofr H T Scruggs last Monday Weare sorry to report that Miss Dora Crouch is sick at this writing but tru t that she may soon be able to be out with her young friends who miss her cheerful presence so much Mrs Nancy Hendrick is the guest of tnr sister Mrs Elizis Reddick this week Misses Clara Shepherd and Sallie Kate Hendren visited Mrs Loji Brawley one ni bt last week Mr M VV Crounh is building a house for Mr Lum Cheatham near Chaplin JtbnHay of Cbis place has bought several crops of tobacco from diff rent parties Cbambfirains stomach and Liver Tabldgnrct becoming a favorite for stomach troubles ard constipation For sale by Hfwclons drugstore Notice i The price paid far turkeys a th the Poultry House will be the same as that paid by our agents in the country from this date MH JONES Manager Springfield Poultry Co Nov 24th 1904 A Card This is to certif y hat all dupgists ace authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey ind Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the PreventsIand is safest for children Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist andICampbell Foleya Kidney Uozo caba kkc 4D4W Jahti ISJ I Dcmocraifc Candidates 11 wcurejEleclired party for the respective county cfflces at the Democratic primary haldin Washington county AuI gust 6th 1904 They are to be voted lor at the regular ch ction November 190- 5ForCountyiudge B L Litsey For Cof AttorneyP S Mayes oounty ClerkWi P Booke- rRepsittiveW D Claybroo e For Sheriff J S Obpurne Supt of Schools J V Bush For JailerGeo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W Tf Mitchell Deputy For Ci omrI PLAN FOR BUItDINO CRITERION T COATS STRICTY UP TO DATE WF HAl L Agent Mackville Ky Spelling Match HARDESTY SCHOOL J EDITOR OF NEWSLEAD- ERIwillsclin an account of a spelling dictation and me noiy match that came off lasts Friday night at the Hardesty vscljool house between Willisburg Breck mridge Brush Grove Mt Zion and Hardesty The contest began vith pellin after bout two hours ccntihuous spelling the numbers were brought do rn to Miss Yeagerr of Mt Zion andl ijardestyAfter two girls mentioned Miss Yeager won Tho next part of the pro gram was dictation in which ex ercises Mt Zion and JJardesty took part The teachers were allowed to read of two lines of poetrSlhc pupils were to call it off taking a word apiece When a pupil failed tQcall the right word they were to step out of ihe line In prose the sentence were from period to period Hardesty won on dictatiem in n few minutes Tie third division was then taken up Page 51 was assigned The hooks were put in the hanjils the pupils audi minutes given to the study of the lesion then the books were called in ant tho pupils oegan to give their own words out until the lesspn as completed Anew lesson jras assgned on page 57 and timb cut down to ten min utes Hat dety won on this con test eyery word but two had beep called when Hard sty won Much praise should be given rPrOVerbs ti Whcn the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers arc worried f because the children do nott gain strength andfIehC say give them Scotts Emul sionIrlIttis like the penny in the milk because it works and Cbccause there is something astonishing about it I Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk ofpure cod liver oil witH some Jiypophosphites1 especially prepared for delicate stomachs j Children take to it n tUtoallIj because they like the taste and the remedy takes just asIII naturally to the Children because itis so perfectly adapted to their wants ForaJI weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treitIj t ment We willI send you the penny I c o sample free Bt sure that this picture fa the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle ot ZmuLioo you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y see a1d Io nIt druggist ct cle Agsnts for OldHickoryil- 21 and Studebaker Wagons FARM SUPPLIES McCLURE WLLS 1 tt DEALERS IN i It t t Buggies ejlsJLS i Weliahdie Buggibs Carts of alVgradejS to suit tha purchaser Agent for the Syracuse Hillside Plow j Q Call and Our extensive line of Harness W IJII Work Gear examinee und Horse i BED WHEAT CCashPaid for tt hUES and FURS BEESLaxative HONEYTAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial CoughsStrengthens Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BY Pineule Medicine Co Chicago I S Sd at Haydo nOs Ph to all who toOk part It will bean event long to be remembered by parents pupils and allVio were present The following teachers were present Miss Maj me Merritt Wiilisburg Thud Cheatham Brush Grove Miss Clara Shepherd BrecUinridgfl Miss Diila Virgin Pblin Miss Nora Bonta MtZiun ndWP Cheathm Hardest In the opening everoises we had recita tions Bed roigs A pleasan evening was spent by all present xYZ Farms for Sale We have ir pur charge for sale thq following described tractsof land and will take great pleasure in showing any of them to prospeclive buyeis y 200 acre5 fann 11 miles from Spnngtield good small house good barn place woil fenced and watered mostly In grass Price 40 per acre 20 aqre lace3 miles from Springfield right on the pike good house ana barn all good land firtclass tobacco laud PricQ 1300 H mles from Springfield Land all lays well and in high tate of cultivation f mall three room house and good barn Price 1800 135 acre farm iii miles from Springfield on pike farm all in griss dwelling tick and to baiico barn ivell fenced 35 per a4e 50 acre farm 3 mjes from Spriggfieid nice dwelling first class barnsthd outbuildings of every kind 140 acrevfarm 5 wiles from jSpngfield 50 acres bottom land sroiilldYplling ud large Larn price 35 per acre lIflO acre farm Si miles from SpiingfieWlw good huuie and barn well fenced and watered 45 per acre 53 acres of land 7 milesfrcm- Sjingfield small house nnd- 19ood tobacco burn 65 acrespf bottom land rest mostly new lacd find tobacco farm anaplentyI ot timber Price 25 per acre IfK acre farm B mlps f cn Spiinstleld god 4 rroor Loused fIwaergrass farm Price 2 Rer acre In addftipn to the above we liavje for sale gpod residences in Spruifie1dt CommJssipners Sale V Mrs Lizzie Collins etc PiffsV vs Equity1 Mary Buckman et al Dfts 1 By virtaa ofll judgment and order tJthereof 10d4 in he above cause I shall prpceed to offer for sale nt tho Court House door ih SpringUeld Ky ON MOHDAY NOVEMBER 2it 1904 at 2 ocjock prnor thereabout be lug county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit orG and 12 months the following de scribed property towit A house and lot situated In tne town of FredeH Us own Wash I tY Headquarters f raH S rS GFIDLDIK PhoneNo 20 C 8 turnpike property i IJ We sell Coalin from Bushel toIaCarloatL V i Surreys Collarsi Blankets I11oELRoYWHAnToN 3crcpice1 price Tornado Hirrrti Chilled Plois I 1rr TT 1o w orni r Dealer In General Merchandise GRQGfeRIEb tETC v 1Highest Price Paid for County Produce Also operates I IA Grist and Mill Mea1andMill JJYFENWICK KY i 2f WI 1 r C J A BUSINESS 1 1Tt RITNC President bounded follows Quantity Diso Oilier l Feed EDUCAT1cN t 1t to1heJounr Iori i 111 BOOKKEEFTNC3 SHORTHAND 1 a in his Write for a beautiful giving testimonIals romlgraduates prominent febsltiona all o cr the United States it will b dto yoaFREE Scjibol theVear Students can enter at time E J WRIGHTPRESI oPenalllt fl ttA the thte the the lufe atd oae 1 mail each line boolfr rftJit mill any il 0 0 WE HAVE TOOls TOOls J and best of Tools DIAMOND mi TOOLS ITheyVc material and by expri enxie d i jDiamondl titwarrantedand get money back fttL I14 II WE W flfl m-I s Diamond Edge Axes Hatclietts Saws els DrawrngifesBraces Bits Wl Files Adzes and in factafulltiineofl jifj penters Tools etcIk I FtI rEMEMB R t it r t F I t st iI tl tt i l McElroy fr W J 1 i t F JOHN1 SHUCK MCELROY 1 c 4 McElroy ow Whapt QttI taraniee Oeal Estate Agets0 Fire Lift and Tbrpid lisurpcr t ii lLand olifo yi qftlnhls1nII OffieverPeoplesr t Bank PIone ii j Mtln IIr I r WOPlAX Sec ct 1 4 x299 i Ky hand point on Bards tn and on North lands of on South by of T on the by the acre Said is a = fsabaolutelynecessa experiencedJteachers one one loot allIJj the lj lEAVE- s qhis Sholt WuRTOJt 11 It 1L DO I MaisajerI HUME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO HIsscrpraatlrr STRICTLY INDEPENDENT IJT TIIECXJNNj itf DAILY SALES PROMPT REtURNib ia- MfNTHS1 STORAGE FREE It ri t 933935 WEST MAIN STKEETt + 4 LOUISVILLE KENTJCKy f V t as iagtoicountv BegicnlnRat a Springfield and to by Gt9S Conner deceased lands J OBryRn Eit Springfield Bardstowp turnpike containing won Any fr ry 1 Seveii fepeciallat occupvinff HK above t workman your Hammers Cai o Treas A NJSAILEYc NOt iimproved and coaiiaagvjAIihouse and IlItckeila skip JebaerJ Irf or sUrjg nip bond MarIaJe jatent fvAot usi nt Udand havIag Iuv- oad ei Ofiia Judgmnt Blddsii lW l- l1EsTM G II RJ BIJ TON JiEfCTDEHTIT TEETH EXTRACTED VlTHOUT PAIN J J 9pvcKs eck8p ta J PBINGJlELDkY i Dental Work Strictly j Firitclmii IDRLi H LAMPTON OFEIOE i Ii Opera HouseIJ FGRlOSBY WrfORNEVAT LAW Offloe over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY BE S fI Green DEfjTIST All kinds of dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr HordI IPhone 56 SPRINGFIELD KY Jt B RpBARDS M W EYATT Jpf4 RoBAROS HYATT Physicians and surgeons I 71f Offipe next to Ulerks Office tJJAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL J litctaaier and Jeweler tit i ACarries a line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing Spe cialty Located ktT W Simms Jr old raw office opposite Court House Springfield Ky 1Dk M4TRU8TY PRACTICAL DENTIStOffice over JIa don Barber rDental work atreasonable prices P All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JOHN Y MAYS lfUNERAL DIRECTOR HID LIKED mmm TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPWIELD KY t I14YellallhIll Y TtDOf If so call u J L ALLEN at the Depot fREIGHt AHOJRUHKS Hauled Furniture Moved rd an ything in the hauling ins done carefully and at eason ble rates- PHONE 22 Railroad Schedule Foypwing is the time schedule nowiii it Infect on the Bafdstown and Springfield branch railroad jq0t 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 6o pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm f 3 io 42Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am 33ardsowri Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m arrives Springfield 1240 pm j Nb4Leaves Springfield a iOvpm Bardstiown 23j3 pm TBardstown Junotion 435 pm rrives ait Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Sprintield at 715 a sn Bards towfiSam Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am N91 Sunday only Leaves IjiuIsvUle at 6 pm j Bardstown Junction 650 p mr Bards town 75 p m arriye at Springfield i44prn n CASTOR1IA Ylor IntoU M4 Cfciltaf- cTk li l YW tow Ahnyj newf orBrsthp TOIN j W I WOOWiWii Wi i Local Happenings of Interest 2 The Freshest and Latestii I All About Yourselffriends i and Acquaintances i M Salstons Healtli food at Mc ElroyBros f For strictly high gjradecpffees go to McElroy Bros Dried and evaporated fruits of all kinds at McBlroy Bros everyFriday Fresh fruits candies and nut for the holiday trade lat McEIroy Bros Dont fail to see Olr new fur niture thais lust cme innt Campbells r rINew prunes evaporated peaches hominy flake bea is etclni T Irvine McElroys Remember Lea hman the Furniture Man selecting wryour holiday IISee a few overcoatls we had left over at our co4tv store at cost akCampbelTs grocery Ladies Cloaks Skjrts Suits and Hats See the Jow prices and pretty styles at Mansfields TQ get the thing Han TreesC Settees and Book CaSes go to Leachman the Furniture Man Hagan Bros havje opened ttje first shipment of articles for Christmas or wedding presents Pretty millinery Another large shipment thist week at prices to please at Mansfields We will soon have 6n display a large line of Christmas toys for thelittle folks McEIroy Bros Skirts and waists best fitting pretty styles fine material at moderate prices at Mansfields For soinethirigisweli and up to date in ParlorTables nd Chairs go to Leadiman the FurniTiure Man no A beautiful line of Christmas china cups and saucers decorat ed plates salad distus etc atj McElroy Bros Say if you buy any goods frqIIlj us we will deliver youii1 liMits 1f11saDPbelj Cloaks A new donsignment The new styles prettyigarments best material lowe tlin price At Mansfields If you are going to in live a pub lic sale see S Mv Canpbe1Ithe auctioneer before you pave your bills printed The ladies of the patholic church will serve dinner inthe Barber building Court pay A good dinner for 25c A complete 1jke of Dining Room furniture Sideboards Buffets Ta lesand CI airs of the latest patterns at Leachmans the Furniture Man n If the person who carrjied off a log chain by mistake at jmy sale last week will return same lie will confer a favor LUTAER A BURNS Mammoth Bronze tr rkeys for sale Big bone fine plumage Toms 350 hens 250 MRS R A MClNTIRE R F DNO 2 Springfield 4t Mr EdBritton sold his farm containing 123 acres nfar Mack yule to Cook Caseyfor 2300 Mr Britton then bought a house and lot in Mackville of T J Graves for 2000 rIHave 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 att their fine china and glassware Many beautiful and useful articles The McElroy family held their annual reunion on last Monday at the home of Mr and Mrs Palmer Grundy The entire family of ten were present TThe aggregate ages reach the totall of 680 years or an average ofI 68 years They are all ip fairly good health and may live to celebrate many more reunions TakeN U As astray on my place a sow which has since given birth tal pigs Ownercan jbave same byr Jprovmj property and paying for its keep and for this advertise menteW P MONTGOMERY TOPICS II- ecwc MayesCheschelr Wedding The marriage of Miss Villa Mayes and Mr James Chescjieir Was solemnized at the Presbyte rian church at high noon yesterday Wednesday by the Rev T IX Latimer in the presence of a large audience assembled toI witness the plighting of vows of life of the mdst popular young couple of Springfield The church was beautifully fleeora ted In myrtle palms ferns and booming plants which formed a bower of beauty for the occasion The bridal party entered the church to the strains of Mendel ssohns Wedding March played by Miss Katie Cain organist and Miss Bilp of Lebanon violinist Mr Will Leachman and Mr Irvine McElroy preceded the bridal party to the altar followed by Miss Sadie Mayeswith Alfred Chesclyeir The bride entered the church with Miss Lucy Selec man maid of honor The groom enteredwith his brother Ru sell Chescheirj and met the bride at the altar where the ceremony was performed by the pastor while theorchestra played Hearts and Flowers After the cere mony the party passe4 out of the church to the music of Lohen grins March The bride was gowned in brown chiffon velvet with large brown velvet hat with brown plume Miss Selecman wore a gown of heliotrope crepede chine withf hat to mrtchl Missi Sadie Mayjes was gowned in brownwitli hat of same color The bride received many valu able and handsome presents of silver cutglass and china After a trip to New Orleans Pass Christian and other cities they will be at home in Louisville Deaths Miss Blanch McPherson daughter of Mr and Mrs Logan McPh son diedrat her home here Sunday night after a short illness of galloping consumption The deceased was about 20 years of age and had a large circle of friends The funeral took place on Tuesday morning Lena agedabout 13yearsi and thejbeloved daughter of Mr and Mrs ChasW Noe died at the home of her parents on last Thursday night after a long illness of typhoid fover She was a particularly bright child and her llovable disposition doared her to till with whom she was thrown All that loving tare and tender nursing could do was dpne to prolong her life but God in His wisdom saw tto call her forth The funeral took place from St Dominics church on Saturday morning The bereaved parents have thesympa thy of the entire community This community was greatly shocked by the news 6f the death yesterday morning ofMiss Mag gie Clements a beloved young girl with a host of friends in the town and county About a week ago Miss Clements contracted a severecold whichcQuickly de veloped into pieumoijia and sjie was desperately ill from the start All that medical skill and care could do was ddne for her but she rapidly grew worse until death came The deceased was a daughter of Mrs S E and the late James Clemonts and Was about 27 years of ago She was possessed of a modest Ipvable disposition and had many warm friends The funeral will take place at Sfcr Rose this morning at 10 oclock Mr J M Moss die early Fri day morning at the home of his sonH M Moss of a complica tionofdiseases due to the infirmities of old age Mr Moss was eightyeight yours 011 and resided the greater part of his life in Jessamine county and near Lexington During the war he was the pw iier of the farm on which Camp Nelson vas situated During the stormy period of the Civil War many noted Union Generals found shelter under his hospitable roof including such menas Gens Thomas Frye and others He came to Springfield abou three years ago when his son HM Moss came here as buyer for the Continental Tobacco Company and has since made his home with him at this place The remains were taken to Lex ington for interrment Saturday The pall bearers were JudgeI H Thurman Hon WD Clay brookeCol John I McElroy IDONTSj JIA D INT buy Glasses over a II vrcovnter arid select them fryourself You may select a 3 pair that aids your vision for 3 the time being yet may prove most injurious DONT fbuy cheap Glasses SUphl lenses are imperfectly ground and unlike JDONT read in bed or on a mcving train DONT read without your t Glasses or with some one else s DONT continue wearing your J oldGlasses wbenyou feell that- tley are 1otjustj right ltrs So Easy to Have Them j Rightt t C T RUSSELL JMninSti Springfield Kyf YV W H Wharton Jos Frisby and W F Grigsby iFEecN1L1 Mr J G Mansfield ls quite sick f 1 Mr John Offutt of Bloomfield spent Sunday here Rev W H Williams was in Louisville the first of the week Mr and Mrs C C McOhord have returned from a trip to St Loris Judge C R McDowell and little sonof Danville were here last week Mr C W Hcgan and Miss Bertha Haydonwere in Lebanon SundayIMrs Bettie Connelly of B eds town is visiting at the home of JJ McCabe Miss Jeanette Hilpp of Lebanon came over to attend the MayesCheschier wedding Miss Annie D Gru 1dy and brother Palmer are visiting friends and relatives here Miss Mattie Johnson of Louis yule was among the guests atI the Ches heir Mayes wedding Miss Elizabeth Leachman at tended a euchre at Mrs Felix Hamilton at Lebanon last weekI Mrs Irvine Whayne of Utica Ind was called hero last week by the death of her sister Lena Noe Mr and Mrs larLirf Allen of Elizabethtown are visiting at the home of their son Mr JL Allen Mrs William CJarkson has returned from tri p tp the Worlds Fair and a visiL to relatives in Illinois MrsPiusWhelanJr and son of Bardstpvn are the guest of her mother Mrs Bon F Simms Mr J S Yankey has been called to Lexington by the severe Illness pf his father Mr A G Ynnkey- Mrp Walter Lrac hrnan has returned from a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Margaret Leahy of Crescent Hill Mrs L H Thurrcau who has been at Marl nsvill Ind for treatment for rheumatism is now at McChords Infirmary Leba non She is improving slowly Mrs T S Mayes gave a dinner party Tuesday evening to the MayesCheschier bridal party The house was decorated in myrtle and white chrysanthemums The dining room was a thing of beauty The ttable was brilliant with cut glass and silver In the center of the table was a large flat mirror which reflected the white wedding bOll suspended from theqenter of the ceiling and from the bell extend ing to the four corners and sides of the room were garlands of myrth hung with tiny white bells The foilowing were thp guests present Misses Willie May s Sadie Mayes Lucy Selec man Bettie Irvine Anna Lati met Lizzie Waters Katie Cain Mattie Johnson of Louisville Messrs Sam Casseday Huber Ky Jim Alfred affd Russell Cheschier Louis ferrywea her of Louisville Pau South Will Leachinan and Irvine McEIroy Notice to axpa erITaxes of the town of Spring field are now duo and the penal ty on all unsettled taxes will be added on December 1st Per sons desiring tosare the penalty should call and settle before that date C L PRICE 2t s Tax Collector rTJ AGoodCortxlon Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by ubing DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S Ip Moore of Nacogdoches Tex A certain cure for biliousness constipation a smalll pill easy to take easy to act Sold by all druggists FOLEYI1ONEYTAR for cfsitirn safi ir JC p1fi- l I The first National1 Bank itli1 OF SPRINGFIELD KY iapilnl 50OOO j thiSurplus and Undivided Profits 2S5OOO i5 tfi OFFIOERSB L Litsey President John W Lewis fij Vice President A C McEIroy Cashier L fB Cain Asst Cashier R E Foster Book fl 1 Keeper 5i l D1RECT0RS v fIiJ B L LITSEY J W LEWIS SIDNEY GREEN j iJ thiM CAMPBELL R H EDELEN H M GRUNDY jri tJ1 IJV l We grant every favor consistent with sate banking Your jro business solicited iJ respectfully n m Holiday Confections Just brought on for the Holiday Trade a full line of FINE CANDIES FRUITS CAKES EtcrToYs FOR THE CHILDRENa- nd Fancy articles for Christmas Gifts Oall and see us before the Holidays I HerfMens Confecfionery v Notice To Bondholders Notice is hereby given that turnpike bonds Nos 2 3 4 5 6 81921 24 2627 2834 48 49 of the denomination of 500 each issued by Washington county Ky are called for re demption The same will be paid by the undersigned at his office in Springfield Ky on the 5th day of December 1904 at which time interest will cease This Nov 23 1904 ROBRRTNoE Jr County Treasurer Notice is hereby given that Funding Bonds G 0 Nos 7 9 12 41 49 of 500 each issued by Washington county Ky are called for redemption The same will be paid by the undersigned athis office in SpririErfield Ky on December 5 1904 at which time interest will cease This Nov 23 1904 ROBERT NOE County Treasurer PUBLICC SALE OF Stock and Farming Implements Having sold my farm I will on the premises about 14 mile from Simms Postoffice 6 miles from Lebanon 7 miles from Spring field and immediately fronting St Ivos church sell publicly the highest bidder on Wednesday December foliowirg1described Thirteen head of horses nod mules as follows 3 good farin and brood mares in foal by Jack one of tbem by Nuncio out of a Gils Vermont dam one 4year harness gelding by County Mem bet out of a Nuncio mare one 2 year old filly by Norvin W out of a Nuncio mare one 2vear old filly by Red Prince out of a mare by Gills Vermont one yearling filly by Norvin out of a mare by Nuncio one weanling filly by Chester Dare Jr out of a mare by Nuncio opo weanling hor3e colt one 3year old work mule two 2year old work nues one yearling mule two good young milk cows two goo l fat yearling Hereford heifers 60 head of picked ewes young and well marked 3 thoroughbred Hampshire Down Bucks 50 head ofJat hogs 40 head of nice shoals 8 brood sows bred to farrow in early spring one Poland China Boar About 1000 bushels of cornjin crib 20 shocks of sorghum some sheaf oats land clover hay 75 bushels of Orchard Grass Seed A complete farming outfit consisting in part of one 2horse wagon Deering binder and Deering mower both in excellent repair one old mower Disc harrow A harrow a triple geared corn and cob crusher new steel road scraper cultivator subsoil plow2 hbrse plows roller one horse corn drill Kentucky disc wheat drill hay rake forks shovels post hole diggers wagon and plow harness etc in fact everything needed on a farm TEHMS Sums under 10 cash Sums of 10 and over on 12 months credit except for hogs which will be soil on a credit o 4 months notes well endorse payable in either of the bankso Lebanon or Springfield bearirg 6 per cent interest from date No property to be removed until j executedISftm Qampbell auctioneer raJ Louisville Markets The following is t he Louisville live stock market corrected every Wednesday CATTLE I Extra good export steers475 500 Light shipping steers 4COi 425 Choice butcher steers 375 425 Fairto good butchersteers 300o 365 Com to medium butcher steers 340 375 Choice butcher heifers 295 325 Fair to goodj butcher heif era 200 265 Com to me Hum butcher heifers 225 275 Choice butcjier cows 300 350 Fair to pood butcher cows 250 300 Com to med butcher cows 200 250 canners 4 IuSChoice feeders 340 365 tMedium to good feeders 225 275 Common and rough feedei a 300 340 HOGS Choice pack arid brs 200 to 47NlediumLight shippers 120 to 1G6 43Q Choice pigs 90 to 12C V 430 Light pigs50 to SO 415 Roughs 15ato400 j 375 4 25 SHEEP AND LAMBS Goodto choice fat sheep300 325 Fair to rood sheep 225250 Common Sheep 125 200 Bucks JL 125 225I phoice shipping lambs L 500 525 Seconds 400 450 Best butcher lambs 4000 450 Culls and tailendsr 300 400 No Hunting Hunters are warned to keep off of my farm under penalty of being prosecuted for tresspass 3t Turner Derringer Commissioners Sale Susan corbe t Plaintiff EquityJasj Byvirtue aUdgtrent and order of sale of tjhe Washington Circuit Court render d at the March term thereof 189 in the above styled causj 1 shall proccea to otTer for sale or the premises of James Cor4bett near Mcliitir Ky on SATURDA NOVEMBER 26 1904 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest ldder at public auctioh upon a ctcditj of 6 months the follow ingdescribed property towitIA tract of land situated in Washington county Ky which is bounded as follows to wit On the North by th0 lands of Ed Kid wen on the Eatt by the lands of Ignatius Corbett on the South by the lands of Anilrew Fieds on the W6st bv the lands of Robert Spalding or a sufficient amuunt thereof to produce the amount ordered to be made to wit the sum of 100000 with in terest from March 28 994 and cost of the dctiontorwitj 10920 amounting Jin the aggregate to the suta of S174920 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or Sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from dateS ot sale until paid and having the forc and effect ora Judgment Bidders vjll be requiriJd to comply with these terms A lien on the land to seci re the payment of the purchase bonds M G LEACHMAN M C w CC Hits At Cost Owing to lie lateness d l the season we will frOn now on sell hatsat and below cost Special sale of thes0 bargains on Saturday next Knotb Co Notice III- INo hunting allowed on m farm aid violators will bo trQcJ cued for tresspass MHS JOHN KELLY 4t G F Browning Overseer I1r l II iIU iiiiiWilttiiiiil HwiwijiViw i Merode Unde a Wear Onyt HosieI1 ii For Sale exclusiyely by iil ROBERTSON BROS J i3 a We are exclusive = hand ers ofthis eel f brated 3IMrode 3 2 hand fib 3 ished Un derwear for ladiesr a misses and chum drea We have th J Heavy Medium w1- andLigh I Weight wri Union S Ii tSe teItItJ i f TI it Corset fCov I I cH Ladies Union Suits IOOMisse Suits 856 Ladies separate Vests Pants 50c Corset Covers 25c 35c and SOc ii iS We show an extra good Vest and Pants i s for 25cea1chr3 1tJa pmrrOnyx l HosieryI iii i For Ladies and Children is fthe best to had We are r sole agents for these gocids r They make the best 25c hose iin the world Also 3 for fj v 100 and 50c hose1Re li member we have cheaper IU Rpletej 3 w fk- Respectfully i q1Ji i IJ 1f ft M 1 ==L2L7Errr7 II I I I irI LFory i If mI cIW j lknow that are clothiers from m Skin Out JIWe have a fine line ot Underwear 11- t1 Out Suits and Overcoats arev niade rJ fit and please I trtrt t Our Ladies Oeparfmen i ift is filled with new Fabrics and JDress i H Goods Readyto wear Skirts etc J fllr l f a ri is a as t I 31 n i27 27 11 O h a H 1 u iII it jii tor H jt J y n Ky 1r III iII II itCoffee Social The 1iek Aid i 0f churcfwill give a coffee social and parlor entertainment at the hoe of Mrs Josie Settle near Booker Nov 24 Slipper to be served at 5 oclock Rings Dpeph lee llM gestiaa dyspepta avid tomaclt SQWk7 Uay4o iPbEm- aoy1 t L min f i in ijs acl 2 and be g t we to 1 forthe We QUEEN tare eIebrte1 sola QUALITY ntiiIi jl ILI vtzl1- SHOE l favorite forAthe lladies Our shoe 111 coriidepartrrient plete with f I dies Mens Shoes well inI ll Grundy Claybrooke Icljifirc 1 x JIJI- M II 1 1j ta FALL AND WINTER W CLOTHES iI cant lose by giving t1 Lum Abdl your drderg for m Tailor madLe Suits and Over coats Try and See I Fitr Iiim11 jiiGrayIxJ fall and winter LUMABELLtJLocal Agent Springfield r MJ1IIJ FIj Society- laud Thanksgiving int1ash- e I TarsU ft he tat ad t ttieyer 1904 are sovwea raU perna 0tJiDelUtf pclIpameormyiWiettwitvtfi t wkid wdd wb7 BTRouIcaAq t Ut sitt j SI I PCPSIcuN MvKt IIIS PaYS BOOM peopje may say ihat ad vtrifciiC dot DOt pay They wIhri rtjMdicl or misin PJJ MriU Tbe r k HO factor in 1IOofI trade WKpowerful M Mvtpapw a4yerii lnf Here fc lUOt tvkkoc- A few yr ago there was 4osacapitlof1OOinafltown fcilMNf powder company The ytoyrxtor advertised and the copjtpMr today Is worth over 91 000000 and pays more than 11000 COO m tnfiual dividends spper MVErlisicg did it IA MMMiral water was discover cdkoatof the Eastern states Tteipccprietor advertised it and 5xay tLe Mineral water has n krft sate throughout the NyitU AMTJCAB continent and will pay 5 per otot oo 1OOO- 3Nswpipr kdcertising did it i J Five years ago a cereal food WM 1IIacedo1 the market At itt littte mqn y was put nto it Vtul tkat jittle was put iLtO news 4 piptr advertising TWajr there iis scarcely a home ii IM country upon whose table f jthfcrc r l not served The cb pfty k wOrth over a million Newspaper advertising did it A iiw years ago a mal order oiit kgavLon less than 100 prospered and now employs over iOjOOC pople acd sells its goods throughout the civilized worWKKSMiper advertising did it I1iao largest retail dry goods k UM iia the United States began btftsliiecs CM a small capital It his Wcocn justly famous and favorably kndwn by the people 1gsrtlly L Newspaper advertising didit ti Alpromineut brand of soap is ow being Advertised A shor tii4 f6 it wai unknnwn Not o UWe it Ted ay alcost every hpffli in the United States is usiairit J Newspaper advertisicg did it Evprjr man has a like opportu Tiity The question is will he uiii AHeauW 5Tolift that load off the stomach take Kodol Dyspepeia Cure It digests wham you eat Sour stomach belching gas on frtOHWch ana all disorders of the stomach that arc curable arc Instantly relieved and permanently cured by the Bse of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Stocr a druggist at 297 Main street New Britaiu Coin says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such Univer sl satisfaction and is so sorely be comisg the positive reicf and snbse queit cre for this distressing ailment 0feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recom mending it to them I write this to- showliowwcll the remedy is spoken a of lterett Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after Years of scientific ex perimeits and will positively cure all sicmach troubles Bold byall drtiggistp Jr I ttKiU JEvpr since free tturnpikes weie mauguratad in this county Brooklyn Fridge where toll is still collected has been an eye sore to many people and one or two attiepU have been made to destroy it and the keeper who collects toll takes his life in his hands A few nights ago a man name1 Johnson attempted toI murder Richard Rue the loll I collector the bridge Johnson was drunk and declined to pay ilii toll tfr Rue informed him thit he would have to fork over th ncesrycash or turn back At this the drunken man drew r his pistol and jumped from tro bugtfy but feli his hed str against the edge of the kingl HEALTH4 keep1MIPfMjbt W baa weed it in the fM ir ferorer two years with the tort 9t reMltf kve not h4 a iiiUrSa the hone for that length tUmt Itta a octbrlaltfcltwjd to make a person well = 1JAME3 MieTstotDlCcliPains BisjMMe this great JackI invigortstorpidi Ho DOCTOR M MMMATT in tbe Jiomo where lMiIIri pti YMI1e3 Jiving in the pbrsiaMfirrs with this mec1icinQ as t dgDras1M Qd laeoIdschiIJs IrIKI iis b4ood thankCOS114t1c11 colic 117iirett ailmentth tr4ktIo aeexly THEPFORD5DLACK DRAUGUT The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist the JfecmrNr c wiafxo t tt Wrk lz laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In thlt country most dangerous because so decep tive Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is allowed to ad ance the kdney poisoned blood will attack the vital organs Or the kidneys themselve break down and waste away eel ay cell Then the richness of the blood thf Albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright Disease the wortformt of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers fJwampKodtlhe new dis overy Is the truespeclHc for kidney bladder tnd urinary troublesi It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists in fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Rect and its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghaniton N Y and mention this pap r This fall probably saved the col lectors life by making Johnsons aim unsteady as he raied up and fired at Rue The bullet grazed the keepers head and passed through the weatherboarding of the house and penetrated the wall above the bed it which Mrs Rue and child were sleeping The keeper then grappled with the would be murderer and threw him doxn And had him at his mercy but refused to do hUn in jury Johnson finally paid his toll and went his way It is said he is the same fellow that skinnod d horse and left its carcass in the middle of the road a few nights ago We understand a warrant willl be isued for him Barrodsburg Herald A Plmiciau Healedd Dr Geo Ewing a practicing physi cian of Sriiith Grove Ky fcr over thirty years writes his pereodal ex perience with Fcleys Kidney Cure hFor years I had been greatly bother ed with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged prostate gland I used ererythiiig known to the profession without relief until commencad to use Foley yidnej Cure After taking three bottles I was entirely re lieyed and Cured I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily aei commend its use to all physicians for such troubles I have prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect suc cess Sold by Wood Campbell ToCflraColuinOneDayh Take LAXATIVF BROMO QUIN INE Tablets All druggfsts rVfuud the money if it fails to cure E W Groves sienatare is un each tcx z IA Crawfish Story IA novel ard successful plan to secure water during these droughy times was adopted by Postmaster Young says the Mt Olivet rribuneDcmocrat He was told that if he would put ft cake of cam bread in one of lhis sunken ard dry springs the craw fish ould work their way up tc the surface to partake of the bread and that a vein of water would follow them Mr Young tried ihe experiment a few even ings since and was surprised next morning to find hs pool tilled wita eight or fen barrels of fine water Tl ig beats going to tha expense ol employing a drilling outfit to borea failure as a water producer It a Sjcl Day Since fil was taken severely sick wuh ki Jney trouble 1 tiitd all sorts of medicines none of which anId tcrmiued to try that After akinff a few doses I felt relieved aad soon thereaftea was entirely cured ad have not boen sick a d4 sine Neighbore of mine bave been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Lv r and Kidney troubles and Otn ral Debility This is what B F Bass of Free mCt N C writes Only 50c at OJ Hay don druggist li lhflra Praise It Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the sufferintfs It has relieved and the lives oC their little ones it has saved Certain cure for coughs croup and whooping congh A Li Spafford Postmaster Chester Mich says Our little girl was pn cbnecious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Oue Minute Cough Cure qaicWy relieved and cured her and I cannot praise ittJo highly One Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs makes breathing easy cuts out phlegm draws out infiamation and jcmoves every cause of a cough and strain bit lungs Sold by all dru gisln 11rIfltTra y A dispatchfrqm Williamsburg Ky says A triple tragedy occurred neap Cumberland Falls late yesterday George Curd was killed Thos Curd fatally pounded and Emma Durham w T killed and her body burned in her cabin The Curd brothers inherited considerable land from r fathers estate and moved on it last summer to care for iimber They bad put the Durham woman on one tract to hold it and as they were passing near thehouse were fired upqn Thomas Curd was shot with a shotgun first Hef fell over aI bank and crawled about two miles to his lhome George was dead when found It isjsuppos ed the Durham woman was killed to hide the identity of the ass assins A large searching party has gone to the scene The oldIesti countV1 EisaslroiB tacks Carelessness iis responsible for many a railway wieck and th9 same causes are making bumaii wrecksof sufferers from Throat and Lung Troubles But since the advent of Dr King s New Discovery Jor Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no long er necessary Mr5 Lois Craggof Dorchester Mass is one of nuny whose life was sav6d by Dr Kinds New Discovery Phis great remedy is guaranteed for all Tbroat atd Luog diseases by CJ Haydon druggist Price 0c and 1 Trial bottles free Tile Eel LinIment Chamberlain Pain Brim is cdnsid ered the best liniment on the market write Post Bliss of Georgia Vt No other lirilniant will heal a cu or bruise j so promptly Fo other affords such vuick relief from i heumatc pains No other is so valuable for deep seatod pains like lame back and pains in thJ chest Give this liniment a trial and you will never wish to be without if Sold by Haydons drug store Nelson Notes From The Standsrd Wednesday of last week Miss Eliza Elite ehtered the novitiate at Nazareth Convent tear Brds tqwn Miss Eite is a daughter of Mr E B Lute and wife of this placeand is a popular young lady Mr Wm Wright has suld his fare containing 70 acres and sit uated near Stringtown to Mr Hick Dodson of Woodlawn for 5i300 Mr Wright has purchased of Mr Frank Copmes the farm known as the Bowman Coomes place near Bard 3town at 45 per acre Ths faim ccn tains 250 acres Mr Wright gets possession January 1st Announcement has been made ofthe approaching marriage of Miss Annie Ray Wakefield of Bloomfield and Mr Henry L Muir of Bardstown Miss Wake field is a very popular and at tractive young lady and is a daughter of Dr J J Wakefield a prominent citizen of N hon county Mr Muir isa son of Hon J W Muir a reired bank er of this place He is an indus trious young man and has a wide circe of friends The wedding wilt take place Wednesday 23 NOy1 Mr Wm Rizer of Bardstown Junction was in town lastFriday withIhimJournal edited by George D Prentice and printed m 1802 The paper contains a good deal qf interesting war news aLd a number of bitter anti Southern editorials About a column iis taken up advertising lunaway slaves those of whom at the time were confined in the Jefferson t My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the monest Heart ComI Notwithstanding what many phySIc na lay heart disease can be cured Dr Miles New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who hail found no relief In the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unique In tho his tory of medicine by being so uniformly successful In clirftiff those diseases Nearly always one of tho first signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Wheth er It conies as a eiult of walking or running L lithe h demandIs DWin cotstrength 1 Un Cure Is yearbreath raleft would and If I with at nf ffeiI and 0th now smother post If the tho drui iii rerund your money FREr1to to- OrSD for Free Trial Miles Anti Pain PHIfc thoNew Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist twill diagnose your case tell ItJoreeLUJOM OnnLnl 1KD coqnty jail n Rizer says he has a large iron boiler that was brought from Virgina to Nelson county by his grandfather San ford Grey in 3803 The old ves sel is in a fine state of preserva tion and is an interesting relic of bygone days AGaaraiiMteForPiles Itching Blind Blecding or Protrud iing Pile Druggists refnd moncyI 1if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how loug standing in 6 to 14 days First appli cation glycs ease and rest 50c I your druggist hasnt it send50c iin stanips and it will be forwarafid postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis M Moonshiners Gapfuppd Lon Nichols arid Will Slaugh ter of thd Vertreos vicinity were arrested in this city Wednesday by United States Marshal Wil Ham Blades for running a moonshine distillery on Rough creek The alleged moonshin ers were summoned here before the grand jury ostensibly to give evidence relative to the incen diary burning of a barn in the Vertrees vicinity and were cap tured by the revenue officer Who was here in waiting to effect ta1renIthe Federal court Both parties i deny the offenses with which they are charged and claim that they will be able to establish their innocence ETown New Commissioners Sale Royalty guar etc Phs jF vsf Equity If13yof sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof J9t14 iu the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield IYI on MONDAY vov 23 19C1 acor about 2 oclock piii beinqj blibcstIfolloWIntdeseribJd A tract of land situated inIi Washington dounty Ky andt bounded as folows to vit rldgoIi Gi w 52 poles to a sone thejice i3 19 w 23 0 poles to a stone thence N 83 + w 24 72 poles to the center of the Mackville and Bethel church turnpike thence with the center of same N 41 E G372 poles N 30J E 18 poles and N 58 J E424 poles to a stcnc cor ner to William Moose Jr thence with his line S 36 E 584 poles to ihe begtnring containing 23 acre 2 roods and 21 poles For the purchase price the pnr chase or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond hearing legal interest from date Qt sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms MG LEACHMAN 5f Cw cc Commissioners Sale Marshal Cheser etc Pff EquityIdaBy virtue of a judgment and Order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the pet term thereof 1504 in the tlbove cause I shall proceeds to offer for sale at tho Court Housedoor in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 23 1901 at 2 oclock pni or thereaLoat be ing countv court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following dc1j1 scribed property tpwit A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Wash ington county Ky ootner waters of T ick Creek and bound ed as follows Beginning at a dirllroad ne1Sutht Ch ser tbence down said hollow to Hence Scotts line thence east with siid HenccScotts line to Lick Creik thence up said creek to said county road thence with said road to the beginning J containing acres more or less For the purchasb price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal intercut from data sale until paid and having the force Ior effect of a Judgment Bidders be required to comply promptly these terms M G LEACH MAN M CXV CC Sheriffs Sale for Taxes By virtue of the tax en due the State of Kentucky and ihe coun ty of Washington for the years below I will on Monday 1904 tho same being court day sell in frout of rt House door the foll property or so much as to satisfy the taxes ts to wi Young one acre of land nd costs for the year 40 e Young e acre of land idtoss for the years 02 03 04 1056 3N CCOAKE S W 3ir SIDNEY OSBOURNE P S I Narrow Escape IVhiIe driving a drove of cattle to his farm last Tuesday Mr E A Montgomery made a narrow escape His cattle were at the second twUoad crossing on the Danville pike part of them had passed the crossing when a freight train suddenly camein w4Icd the remaining ones in order to prevent them being killed and succeeded in getting thin all safe beyond tile crossing but found his own horse and bug y and himself in exfremepeil To escape he had to pull his horse abruptly around and in so doing his buggy was upset awl himself tliown out lie escaped wii Ira Itgentlenf2ssfunther injury as tthb train piss ed on the animal paying no at tention lo it Wii h aC fractious horse more serious consequences might have resulted Lebanon Enterprise 0 A new theory tha iprot isvng sue cessful in the cure of Coughs Lung and Ftronchial affections is ofT rd in Bees Laxative Hqrey andTar This remedy cuts the mucus heals the membranous lining of the throat luLgs and bronchial tubes wards off Pneuinunia and strengthens tbc BJS tern generally Croup and WhoPping Cough disappear before its use aj snov before the sunshine of Spring Its pleasant Sold by Haydons Phaf macy Dang nous for Cattle Isaac Mudd living near Belmont Ky lost two fine cows re cently Their death was caused Iby eating second growth sugar cane Mr Mudd having cut his Cane crop some time ago a second crop growing made an invit ing pasture for his cows SoheJ turned seven of them on this gre n cane and in less than onIhour from the time he turnedIi them in two were deaTl and others were sick Let other fat mers profit by Mr Mudds ex perience and keep their cows off of the green second crop of sugar cane BuliittPioneer j DYoa cannot cure piles by exttrhzl application Any remedy to be tlllclr lye must be applied inside right att the scat of the trouble ManZan istI put up in a collapsible tube rith a nozzle so that it reaches inside and applies the remedy where it is most needed ManZan streugthejjs blood vessels and nerves so that theI are impossible ManZan relieves tthI pain alniost instantly heals soothes cools and cures old by Haidon Pharmacy Banner Patch of Tomatoes One of the mcst remarkable crops grown in Fajttte county this season was a patch1 of toma toes grown on three quarters of an acre of ground on the Rich ardson Gibson place by James Bensley The land on which tile tomatoes were grown wcs situated in a bottom which iis or dinarily nar by It consequent lywanotaffect dby the drouth wef1Oe e ofthn firMt patches in tho county ito b gin producing and when 1the frost caught 1L it xvas still red with fruit Densley says that ho sold 1Mr bushels cf tomatoes from rthc patch at an averageHpricc of 75 cents n bushel 15 rly in the scasoh hiroceived 50 a bushel IAt the average Mr Heisly sold 50 worth of tomatoes frorp the farmerc iiFOR THE CHILDREN Iortune Tcllhisr Cyiixy Have yon over jpliyct1a gsuhe enlie forluue telling gisvV If not ol will find It vcr entcrUiiniiij To make the IpJPOy you liNt xut out n pled of pntttcboanl perCcctly e round iMVide with pencilI narks tlitsVirce into ahjnt twenty or more equal iterti llko The epokos ot il wheel Itacetlils nlocq of Pasteboard on n KtHirtttr l n few iicio hljfh then oithcr inwke tr Imy n 8nj li woodou lOll which isiimt be drtseJ like a gypsy liicc this fittro Iii the ilciiijOr of tho crtc 011 wire or pivot so thai It wIll turn freely Tlit gytty inutt hue a wend in her hand whIch b iiinhu8 tt HP ilgtircR on the dsi l ow prepare a llot of cunltt uix u Wch ct hilhou must write some Inopley Lerrluj the nuliitierj oa tlc tUslk scchis No 15 You will be fiiiccOitiifui hi huBiiuoJtot Xo 10 You iIlI lue a laiu lifennrt n merry ow IJiti l tz wj t f7rtt c F t Lt bill v t2tatrt tic JTX uvlvljt oi the pivot and Avhoii she stop her Avnntl will point to tIjiCof tLc iiun bprs Then the crl boarhis thnt aunt bcr uiust be given to the iJlayor Cntais he rends his futures Th Stop Illscouali IYC33 yor ribs on both Skouoxt I1tTbI1tI Somobckly sii hi to Louis Xllv that Lord Stair then auibaswulor laud ta France unCoratood J01HCnCS3i i the Lest of any man In the IlI shall soon sqe said the kIng One day as they were going to enter cn1ni l 1 StaIr Enter my lord Lord Stair to the great surprise of the courtlQrsl elM not wait to be nskcil a second time nnd the Ling was convinced of tho to truth of wl nt they had toM him for in tills case the finest politeness vass In prompt obedience a 7w qe SPORTINGWORLD rThe Carlisle Indians Eleven The football team tiC the plucky Car- lisle ludlans of the Carlisle iia In dma school Isputtiug up a strong fight for a bight standing la the jpiuie thla season LastS won the aborigines scored on Hitrvard bra clever rust CAPTAIN FliniiDOX OF TUB CARLISLE IX DIi and since that time thpir stock sri tat shook hsis been considerably higher than before Captain Sheldon of the Carlisle fear Is my nble grhliran gcnerhl and uJidar the dirtfotlon of Coach AVurnerlKis siui cceJed IiI developing an efbvcn of whlc niiy Institution should rc 1rou7 IThe DrlttCorlict Controverry Sam Harris has sent word to Jimmy Drift asking him to light Young Cor belt six roundfe In rhllKdelpljIn but C01l1ottIl l most nay kind of nil old match and agree to any weight or the division of the money In any way that suits Britt It doesnt look us if Britt wqro ans EJoils for a meeting with the little chuu ouldIlambasting predicts r again inentsCOrbctt there will be nothr- lug but pity coming t3 him when Cor butt gets through with him Some authorities have always cnter tninetl l serious doubts about Britt giv lag Corbctt a return iiiatch The de clsioii that was handed to him he will hold bi tans long as he cvn The thumps hu receivttl in their last en counter artS too freh in hl memory itor hiih to willingly agree to gulp dQwu another dose of tho sumo medicine nnd he will tiicrcf ore pass Young Cor butt itu Fits Scores Jeffrie Bob FltiaUiituoiis the graiul old man of pugiMsiu Ia oat for blood and glory ngtifn ami like a war l10rsq scenting the baftle afar resents the chnrse of Jim Jeffries that he was siiifcre when lie Issued n challenge cenly offering to Dgh the champion ngithi Just to prove that I mean wliat I say suyg the Cornlshman in the lIl- lsslnI v tll1 cancel all lay theatrlcai engagements to take him flU I nut notI nfrtid of lejtrlea I still have coall dcutc iu my ability to defeat juui Us lnovs well thnjt I had him beaten un til hs lauded that punch Iu the eighth round In Still Francisco two years ago XVrextlcr Well After TrejuWey- CharloS Well the light heavyweight wrestling champion Jf the New Eng lund states Is after a match with liii gene Trentliloy the light heavyweight champion of Canada eatchascatelj can style best two out of three falte befoc nl1tb cffcrhig gooJ induce incut for tkttgate receipts and a side ct TLe Stallion Dlrcctrlo Clark Ir93 Liberty Intl former owners of Hal CUpper 207Vi have bought tile biacJt three yearold Attl lion DircctTio by Directly 2O34 dam folly nrowii StJ by Browu Hal 2rJ i secoiul damn 3Iaud Tempest JjyI iCflICSq Jr 4 runner Now Otrafi Mzirlquez Mutt Taa wr Albany N Y now awns the trotter Marlqiic wagon ree ord 2iy formerly owned by II K Dcvcrcus ClcvofcuU llarlqueI Is crcd ytlill with a imule lm jWl to sulky nuLl will likal be cacol ueJ next season A Clifnp rlsluftctniitT- hbslmnlft8j sal tbo pct disinfect ant ami oifir t33 havhignd olor is cjp peras Two poamta will mite a gallpu of sntijratc soisittou A pDrtlon slioultl frequently bv i ourei dawn each pipe which carrlco waate mind water OH From Sar Uiic Do not iiinmrluihly throw away tlio oil from the cnji of sitlnes It la very ij goo substitute for butter wliea codfish lhails or made over dishes of fleVarc Oil SeSil f Chi1hInli Cure J To euro uhUrlblttjn cliilblains t pnldtI t with iodine1 far iir Jil htK In sures sion ThJi 4s the iLsig Lenin juice Is ao good Ilcnilnclic Core A hoadache can often be relieved by lading a cloth wrung OUt of hot vine gar ami water oil time forcheaiiauil the back of the nock FOLEYSI r t p ip lWill cure any case of Kidney r Bladder disease that is not beyond tho reach of medicinett DIEIvallSvUl1Ind t urith a kidney end bladder affection I lost flash and was una bio towork Throe pbyselaas failedChelp xno and 1 xraii elrea up to die Kidacy Core was recommended and the ratbbotl3 rave mo great relief nod after taking lbottle I was riUreljt curediTwo 5Uta 50 Cents and f100 I a I t t r s F r Jrlt i J 1 j H = t i J f = = A gefable PreparalionrOlAs- similatipg IIeFoodandIleula iisgesto16aMBow1sofPromotes SS and RestContains neiUle- rOpiUfrtMorpbinenor 1eral- OT1ARCOTICL715f I IiIe JoN i klSforCoDSUpallonSourSto WormsConvulsionsFcverjshn FacSimile Signature or- EWN YORK lb o ii J5 Dusis j jC i MS EXACT copy 05 WRAPIER nor Iar lUll He Kiaer laugh111gglllfswung round and ronuil perched on the backs of mettlesome horses fierce lions and awe Inspiring long legged giraffes on the merrygoround Pop turning to comment upon a small sized youngster astride a huge tiger uoticed the serious Jook on lila heirs usually stalling countenance awl Said to jUlm Son what makes you look so thoughtfulI I was jut wonderln replied Ed ward who had just enjiycd a ride on tIme merrygoround and having a tick ct In Ills pocket entitling him to an other rUlOj was auxluuj to use It to the bet advantage whether I wonld get a longer ride than I had ou that btfrse Iu thofiuuer circle It I rD eondortlle lions ou the utslelerowSt1onls Uepublic Ied Better Go Home Kate That young mail from BaltI- more is tiresome coo g li heaven know but once or twice I have ilunshrthst after all Lu Jsutso stu piLl is he seom- gillhredl 04 lbiylic Isnt I have uotlceJ muyeTt that there have been times when he has ghpwn almost hu man iiuolllgcnee gonierVille journal Strong Iu Death So Skorchcr Is dcad5 l Yes lie oplHdetl wIth another nu tomobile scstenlay and Was jusiantly killed eh5 t Not lustautly He lived long enough tj offer to bet that the other fellows machine wrs damaged worse than his tPhllaeclpbia Ircss rrozulsIsiff Future Did jonr san have any trouble In pcssliilr his examination for collogc Trouble Not the least They told him that ff he oovjld lleep up Jiis pres eHt style ol Interference 11 lbeont- ile regular team liij less than two Weeks CMcagD TrlUunc L iThe smart woman saves time and jtatlento by keeping a shoe born with time thlldreiVs rubbers to make their 1i3iiiiatsy Tha wax from dripping candles cane removed from table linen by a gen ijroiw npylicatipn of nlcqhot The Afternoon nnpis beneficial to ivec who would gain flesh S Irctl U kftl Al I Core a htdaeharge tirt apple and fill the ittvUHu with a mixture of a half mIl of nugar two lablcapooaf jof crckor cniuibs two tablcspaanfute of wate and ta tj lf tcnspoonful each It nf hilted15Iiea cloves allspjcc and clnimmon BakcJu a quick oven liar bilkingimay be varied by nshig uut meats and brown sugar Bootccn Forhihby TIme little bootees a pattern for vJilch herd shown may be miulo of fiue Iluhcjii white pique and are very pretty and no easily laundered that jonc need not be careful about soiling IronriQDK EOOTETS them Time orossca In the large figure jforni the heol of the shoe while the dotted lilies on the bootee proper are sewed la the corresponding ones ou the small figure being slurred just enough o tic the reeded fullness The re manlng sta as seen In time illustra Jjrjn Sri ftMlherstltched hi llglit blue silk or any color preferied and the rliw edges turned down mid hemmedt 1Ulbon is then run through the slits at Ithe top which ore buttonholed around isnd tied lu nsmall how 4n trout The LlTahlo Room The first step oward making s easy fleu is tog6t the furliiturc comfortably laced and to get avay from any stil nesa ot arrangement A good plR o make the fireplace If there Is Ote the center of attraction A rdoi 104clrr settle or sofa generously supplied cushions and pulled up near the ire lace helps wonderfully toward pMk ing n room190k lived Ino lvaeiF l oz Steekiage Nothing makes a better scrub cloth Ihriii old stocklugs r socks TVh a toIj tar gone to mcua cut them opea IflI two seams together and run by band r machine till you hara made a square ut off all iooseciida Th y are 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