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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7V 7W 1rJ Iiir7 TtiiI NEWSREADERI I LJ fiF + T itr mewSerles Vol XINo 49 r SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON 4 qOUlTT1RF UCKY DECEMBER 8 1904tJ t tt rrlt 1ii1 1 IEMBALMERSI i Jr I cMT is to3 k ill kinds of Fonera aDpp1i p PHONEYS OUR DIRECTORY J4 SPJRINGFJELT county seat of Washington Cownty 52 miles south tifct of ziflgton 55 miles from owisvillepn Bardstowc brach ofj vl o isville and Nashville railroad in farming anti agricuUilrai district r Two Banks telegraph and telephone cfliour mills lumber 1JIilinei express 1 PopttationUQO po1iti1atiJi f lfpfeounty 15000 f p RepresentativeIll Congress Hon D r H Smith Hodffenville Ky Representative in Keutuckj Leg s lature Hon TVl D Clay brooke Repcescntative inState Senate H Harrv L nca9tcr XiebanonKv C1IyrarIorj CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court gins on the fonrtu Monday iti F bru ryMayand Ooto cr f1JTburmtnJndge CR It Durham Cpmmoinvealth At orney r A F M Campbell oiw G LeachmanMastereommiss Qller j 7 rUA1LVC0t3TQuarterly ICoiirt is held on the third tfonday in eacn month BI Litsfey Judge v COUNTY COURT F Coupty Cc irt meets on tbe fourth Monday th eich moath ttitseyJudgeW F Booker Cpuhty Clfrk T S Mayes County Attorney Georjc Catlett Jailer 3ByrbnCroake Sheriff Riclwrdlshami rSidneylOsborne JT r R R MttUlcanlivV Deimti r EdMasters i t 4 JamesF More County T I Royalty Assessor Tteer sliT P OBryan Deputy Robert Nbe Treasurer T J M Montgomery Coronet J W Bush Supt of Common Schools PO Sprlngfleja c CITY COURT rtv JaMesR Noe Police jVdge jqM55Mxril l vfr W F Qrjgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT jLtice Courts are held iu January April July and Oct9berj Churcli Directory j METHbDJST CHURCH RevJ C HoBkinson Pastor Ser ylces on the Firstand Third Suudavs in each month at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday School every Sunday atlO aim Ppyer meeting every Wednesday might j i I CATEOIftC CHURCH Heonessay Pastor Ser Rev P F rices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock i1i3 Services at St Rose same hours rCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felice Pastor Service ecoti dan fourth Sunday ID each month J ERESBYTEBIAH OHT3RCH ReV rii Latitn r Pastor freaching evjry Sunday at 11 am andat 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting verYbursaav evomneat 7 oclock J K BAPTIST CHURCH ReV Wm Harrison Williams Pastor Snndyat 11 amPreaching every and 7ti5pm Sunday School every ndryjat 930 anip a er ifleetin evcryTaesday evening at 71S oclock i t V r riall iSiffcs MASONIC LODGE Singfleid lodfje No5Q meets firatafldt1lird Mouda In each month 1twshJnton R JL Chapter KoS7 TuesdaySrtets everysccond SPt incljcld Council jNoW meeton event udh Monday KNIGHTS of Tim MACAHHES Meet every first Wednesday ineach mon ssssr llrfiRI i al 1JIi j f I J I 4 J L h t xfln l =For 16 r j C J Bay ona h fvirRON i M rl Siifl of thr Season While loud bio vs the Wliij3y whiter Threateningsleet or sifting siiow Srape them th and hre the splinter Make the oaken llogs to glow Well you know Oldlime folks will have it so Boreal blasts are on the passage Down to whet the barons flov Bring the coffee aLd tho sausr e 2 Stay for supper Sam and Joer Do nUjg97 O dtJme chu WiItljjtve itso Hand a friend lipefiid fil1itt 9 stowILay another bickorybillet i Where that log iis burning low Dpicyou know Old time friends will have it so While the stars arc in tho twinkle And the moon is iu the bow taugh away another wrinkle Bring to life a rose to blow In the anow Longthnefrieuis wIHJiaycitso While the piper cricket cljeers us With a song ci long ago 1Let the date thatoverearsus- Entrlaizi us like n show Brands that blow Good old boys will have it so =Stanley Van cr UCCESSFUL The latest news from the BurleyTo bacco ASsociation is that the movement is a triumphant suc cess President W B Hawkins is quoted as announcing that the association has under contract more than 80000000 of pounds out of about 120000000 pounds grown this year in the White Burley district The efforts of a few men such as Judge John W Hughes Hon W C McChord resident W B Hawkins O B Sullivan and others on behalf and in the interest of the farmers and tobacco growers should be highly appreciated by them andI they should receive the praise and congratulations of all as in the success of this association they will receive from 3 to 5 millions of dollars more for their tobacco this year than for many years in the past When the farmer is pIosprous and has money the merchant apd all other business share their prosperity Tile directors appointed a committee Saturday at their meeting in Lexington and they wept bo New York City at once to close their contract with the parties who are to finance the association and they will then be ready for business 1tIINCASE The damp spell of which set in the first i of the week has caused the heart of many a tobacco man to rejoice Tobacco is in case and eager hands are busily en agedI mistnpping and otherwise pretparing the weed for themarket Much depends on the tobacco grower in this as well as other tobacco growingcounties and it should be a time for general thanksgiving when the elements are propitious for the handling tobacco crop whichmeans an income Jor so many besiues the grower himself The moving of the crop this st ason will be several weeks latd owing to the prolonged drouth but it is ex pected that the lush will come from now on Tie Continental Co will operate its rehjindling house at this pine j as usual this season but its b yers have not been out enough 53 far as to give a line on the pries they are to offer this season The tobacco man is feeling quite comfortable about the outlook for a market for his years labor There has been some complaint among local merchants bout slow col lections and the bankers will toll you that money jis clcsc This iis largely due to the large am mount tied up in the tobacco crop and things arq expected to loosen plentiful IC OOD FOR SOMETHljrGrfTt VPC an ill wfati that blows no oody good iie niirked a well kncWn carpenter the other day This long dry spell of yeathfci I lias been good for one thing any way It has been fine for the buiders The carpener the brICklayer and the painter have aad a fine dppbrtunity to put in good lull time The observa tion is certainly true as regards JSpringfied and the building r rrowmTW OF Tb1LIr4 mM tu1t 2 op2rations about town have been extensive Quite a large number of residences liavo been pushed tlironirh to comjU hji within the past few weeks and others t are well under way One of the largest undertakings in the build mglinin this community Js of course tne tew acaclcjmy and convent at St Catherines The Ifduridatipn work lhas been corn pleted and carpentraOd brick anasons have been itt work on the structure Mr W L Me Clellan has the contract for the brick work andj Marks Green have furnished big bill ef lum cerlo go in the new structure Both of these contracts are to local parties which shows thdt the management of St Cailfer ine is icclined to patronize home industry whenever possible v IiW Wl te Billef Those who will persist in clos- Ing their ears against the contin ual recommendation of Dr Kings jtTew Disccvery for Consumption t will have a long and bitter light with their troubles if not ended edrfier by fatal terrainatioL Read what TE Beallof Beall Mis has to savuLast Jail I my wife bad every symptom of coosumptioc She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everthing else budn failed Improvement came at once l and four bottles entirely cuted her Guaranteed by cJ LJidonI j Druggist Price 50c and 100lj frial bottle free DcataessCiDiiot EBeeofdl plyreach the diseased portion of ltbe car There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness ila caused by an inflamed condition of the mucopling ing of the Euslachian Tflbe bentt this tube is inflamed you have a rnrab hug sound or impcrlect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is thc result ancTurileis tho iiiflamatlon can be taken out arid this tube re stored to its normal condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by Caturrh which isxiotJiing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hmjnred Dallara fQr any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls j Catarrh Care Send for circulars free at P J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by orugfiists 7Sc Takcsjialls of Family Pills for Constipation Queer Experience Mr Ben Berns fonrierly of i this city experienced an uniciue i experience a few days ago He is raveling with Row Cos l circus in Mexico and about two weeks ago gave an old suit of clhthesto a man in atovn where he Stopped That map was killed by a train and the only a thing that could be found on his person was an accident policy which bore Mr Burns name and directed that should an accident iin befall him to notify his mother Mrs C B Burns of Knoxville Teno This was done ard all preparations were made f rhis I funeral This news aceidently reached Mr Burns who was in a neigoboring town andhojvent at once to investigate the matter When he arrjved on the scene he found thatd number of floral de t designs had bee sentv by his friends anJ they were awaiting jtt insiructions from IllS mother aslii tc v hat disposal to make of the remains He wired his moiher that he still lives and then CX plained matters lo hs flen s t there rMarion Fulcdn j NJJ lHOP Solriur v If you artrbiedwitli indigestion get a bottle ofKodol Dyspepsia Curt and see bow quickiy it will quro you Goo A Thonipsttn cf Spertcr 1Iaf says Have hadTtyspepfcia for twen years My case waS almost bopelcsE IKcdQI Dyepepsia Cure was rocomhierik dcd arid I used a fewA bottles and iit the only thin that has relieved isI Would not be without it Have dbp tored with local physicians niid also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes offfcttiuj some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Ctire is the oniy remedy that has lone me any good and I heartily recommend it Every perscn suffering with indigestion or- DysjiepsashOaL1uSeil Sold by til druggI8f Fpr cracked hands cbappcd Iipsand rough skin Pinesalye is the nicest quickest best cure One applicatioh in one night poves It Sold by Hay dons Phrrmacy Lpokjaw Caused Death Mr JohnR Pdyne who was seriously hurt by getting bis- bandcaught in a corn shredder about two weeks ago while at work on his farm near Buhoc died last Thursday afternoon atcr much suffering A few days afterthe accident occurred blobdpoisoning set up wbichre suited in lockjaw and despite the best rnedicafsl ill he wap unI able to obtain relief The shredder had gqtto choked and Mr Payne was endeavoring to pull sonic of the feed out whenII iit Started up and caught hisi hand between the roller of the machine and nearly all his fin gers were mashed into h pulp At first it was not thought that his iinjuries wouldcause him much inconvenience and that lie would soon recover Mr Payne is survived byta widow and eight children He was fifty years of age and one of the bsst kiiown and most prominent far rs in thai vicini ty iHis untlmel deatbisj greatly deplored The funeral occurred Friday rift rncon at Bohoh and the in terment followed in the cemetery at that pace rHarrodsburg ii Democrat RevolutIon Iminiiierit sure sign dl approaching re IA aud serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeple l ess or stomach upsets Electric i Bitters will quicbley dismember the troublesome causes It never l qils to tone the stomache ivgu late the Kid neysand Bowels sti mulate tlje Liver and clarify the bloccLRun down systems benefi- tarticuflyund all tthe usual at tendipK aches vanish ubder its searchingi and thorough effective i wesand tlmtis returned if it dont ive perfect satisfaction Guaran teed by CJ UaydonDrvggisth KILLED IN ILLINIOS Mr W S3 Hale formerly of this County Meets with fatal Accidentb The remains of MivWIIliam Sw Halcwbo was accidently killed i Vhaynesville fll on Monday Itst week were brought top this niace on Thursday and taken to Willisburg for burialpj The particulars of Mr Hales e untimely death shows a very peculiar accident He was driving a team the wngon icing iis loaded with heavy boxes of goods Mr Hale was on the ground walking alongside of the j wagon v hen oue of the wHeels gave way titling tthe load so that heayy box from the top fell h oyeV and lit squarely on Mr Hale crushing him tc the ground where he was afterwards found a dying cotiditiorJThe deceased was born andii reared iu Washington coimtyb and was a son of Luher Sale lc was a twin brother of MrN Sam Hale who Jives near Willis FJburgville III abcut 10 years ago and at the time of his death was engaged iji business in that town About five years ago hett was married to hiss Shirley oft this county who is a sister of Mrs M L Seamy of this placet Besides the widow a little daughter survives Mr Hale thi1t was a Mason and the members of order took chanre of theI bural services t Vil1ibur A Cesilv Mistake BluDdtsrs are sometimes very expensive Occasionally llfe it self is Ih priccof mistake but voujt never be wroug if vonluk Dr Kings New Lfe Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness He dache Liver orBjwel troudlcs They Jlegentlo yeti thorough 25c at C J Hnydons Drug Store Of Interest to Mothers Thousands of little ones die ever iir of croup Most of them could have been saycd by a few doses of Poles Honey and Tar and ever family with children should keep it in the house It conlaines no opiates and is safe audI sure Mrs George H Picket San Fran ciico Cal wpites My bab had aI danperous attact of cronpe and we thought she would choke to death but one dose of Folevs Honey andTar relieved her at once after other remedies had failed We are never a minute ithout It in he hOo1he For sale fcy kWood Campbell HIafiWStirO l fiiW aifi a1imwronJ ryrr j1 aOf LOckt INTEREST I I M wJ Q LfeGTURE Rev Carter lH ptistItlj Joiies the well known B Minister and Lecturer otLpui- ville has been engaged to deliver his lecture entitled A Story ot a Home at the Opera House this place on the eveningi of Thursday therllonbare to be1 given by a parity of young meij of the town whose ob ject is to furnish a high clap o entertainment for the Ipcal pub lie Rev Jones is a lecturer o ff remarkable power and his lecture which has been delivered before some large audiences has re ceivnd very high endorsements f and the lecturer should attract a good crowd on his appearance here Tlrese young men whp are promoting this lecture coursfe are doing so from a purely unselfish motivei and should bs encouraged in this enterprise There is a class of amusement lovers hi Spjingfield who will patronize and enjoy a lecture for the rea son Ihat itis both elevating and insiauctive but there is a large element here who will break its ne4to speak to go to see a chdlp variety show full of horse plav and songs and daricfes that refuse to give up the price of a lecture from which they can be instructed as well as amused From present indications these lectures will receive a good pat ronage FELIX JRev A T Felix who has been pastor of the Christian church at this place and abo at Bardsowe forabout two years has resigned at both places and ill leave the first of the year io is said that be will leave Ken tucky for another state to en age in his calling but just where e will go is not given cut Mrjj Felix iis an able young preacher andhas made raahy friends during his stuyin Syringfield both in and l out side of his congregatIOn who Jl will regret to see him leave The t church at this place hTrnpt yet- eeusupplhd i with a pastor and the congregation does not knpw i ho will be called to fill Mr Felixs place The members of the church by the wayand es eciaIIv the lady members are s determined on making some im rovements in the church prop rty and have recently raised a considerable fund for that purpose Among the improvements to be a new fence abound the j church yard which will bean ornament and protection to theT property and will help in majdrg i the Christian church one of the most attractive of Springfields j ousesof worshipnJ t MARuEDThe wedding of Miss Bettie Mattingly and Mr ohn B Shewmaker was solem ized at the pretty home of the father Robert Mattingly off the Hillsboro neighborhood vcmber 30th in the afternoons attendants were Miss Minnie MalUngly sister of the bride and i Mr Edward Bowles The bride was gownefl in a beautiful Tosca silk and wore a white velvet bat trimmed with pink roses After he wedding the bridal party were given a receotioniand Dinner in the evening at the home uf the grooms father in the same neigh borhood The bride is erne ott the lrIsofnrecouDty IIcneJowedII A4IL JLS For hard colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take any thing better than Ayers 11 CherryIPectoralCherry l t own doctor if this Is not so He uses it He understands why It soothes and healsII had a terrible cough for week Then I took Ayert Cherry Pectoral and only ono bottle completely cured me MRs J B DASFOHTU Joieph 2SCSOC1JO S CURAll Lowell IjM o1nlnlftlfor I CoughsColdsou ing ono of Ayers Pill at bedtlmo J f favorite iin her cpmmunityl The groonj jis ttjhe son of Mr jHarry Shewujakdr ana Ls f substantial farmer i Busy ENTERPRISE One of the busiest places in Springfieldl itsesji factory of Hodapp Miller A Jrsbmentd onIqotffaDY way ffi m is com posed off practical men in the bus iness which is growing nil the time About fifteen skilled work men are employed by the firm and they turn cut allkicds of harness and strap work Springfield should have more such enter prises for nothing aidssomuch in thrift and enterprise of a town as dots raanufactuies with their force of employers who must live and become citizens of the town DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE The Democratic County Con mittee failed to met on last county court day according to program Qn account of the fail ure of the voters to meet arid elect a committeeman from each district The only regular lecii tionit is claimed was held in Springfield District No 5 when A C Kimball was elected com mitteeman to fill a vacancy An election was held in District No 9 but it is claimed that it was not regular for the reason that the meeting was not held at the proper hour The whole patter has been referred to the State Central Committee for adjust ment i l MANSFIELD Sundays Cour goodhalftonfield togettie7 witfi Edwin Car a lisle Litseys write up of hisj lecture which ia published ati the time Mr Mansfield delivered it at Lebanon The Loom of Life has made quite a hitPwherever it has been heard and Mr Mansfield will likelyacalled ori to give his lecture ire quently during ihe cotoing sea m op EeaulHdI to M From cyere Billons Allact I had a severe bilions attack and felt like m head about to bnrst 1when3hatntcrlainsableta I took a dose of thenr after upper and the next day felt Jikea new man and have been feeling i happy ever since says Mr J WtSmith of Julifff TexasFor billious iess stomach troubles and tjon these Tablets have n constipat t Price 25 cents For sale bj Haytlons drugstore I Beware of Conoimeils tDCWILtsi H zel Salve writes L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for Pllev Cuts and Burns for years and czn recommend it to be the j Salve pn the market Every family should keep it as it is an invaluable house ol1e and should Always t be ke3t oband for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North nah N Y says 1Ihada fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors coilld not cure All salves and blood remedies proved worthless I ouldI Lot walk f0r ovetwo years Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderfulrelief DeWitl Witch Jazel Salve cures without leayinff a car So4by all druggists Narrow Escape uciarl and Johnnie B ages 21 and 14 years respectivelv soosof Mr eely Isaac of the North Forksection of the county are se verely iinjured as a result of a cal lisson Wednesday between their team and thetrain in which theyI came rear loosing their lives As 1No 24 the north bound afternoon l passenger train came iin sight of Floyds crossing between Riley and Peniclr the young men were driving a two horse team along paraleljwithhorses became frightened at the approaching train and ran upon the dossing just m time to beL caugbt by the engine B01lr r horses were killed and the ttongue broken ouicff the wagoti The boys were thrown violently from the wagon and Lucian retrievedl H TT f r i Home Made li Have your cafe miiffiils and tea bisti t cuit homemade They will be fresher L leaner more tasty and wholesomeI J Royal Baking Powder helps thehous wife to produce at home quickly and jopo liomically fine and tasty cake the iScf i iihotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer fake crisp cookies crullers cuts and miifiin with which the readymade ffood j foundf at the bakeshop or grocerydoesr not comjpare V t Lii SRoyal is thegr t6tci Jff bakeday helP 4LiujurieSjin his back and was cutt about the hUlC1 by coming in con tact with a wjre fence whileJohn nie had one hand severely mashed and was otherwise injured The collision derailed the baggage car out no one onthe train was hurt As a result the train was delayed aoout two hours Mar ion Falcon t BIlliom Colic Prevented Take ajdouble dose of Chamberlains YjasYj disease appears and a tbrcaned at tack naybe warded off HundredS of people use the remedy in this way 7ltb perfect pucctss For sale by Haydons Drugstore Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping cough They are dangerous at this sea on of the year Tkejr lead to pnennpmia or consumptfpn You oan prevant or cure all such com plaints with Bees Laxative ftohey and Tar an improvement over all cough lujtig and brochiLremedies- nd best Cough Syrup Sold by Hay dons Pharmacy Pineules is the name of overy new dis prifjap in anew way A certain cnrefor all KidneyBloodand Bladder ever form of Rheumatism ineul relieve Backache and Kidney paines permanently If you need su- iremedyictus h sboYlq the wonder ful Pine utes SaM by Haj dons Phar aoyoJfire it Lebason Thtf residence belonging to Mrs Emma Smith about 3 miles from Lebanon now occupied by Win Smith 1her nephew was Wednesday evening about oclock Everything was lost even the hen house and meat house adjoining were distrbyed 1hellos is valued at from 20QO i6 2500 The origin of the fires unknown At the time the fire broke out MrsSmith and her children and her little neice were all that were at home Wm Smith and his wife being in Lebanon Mrs Smith was unable to do anything towards extinguising the ttames or carrying out any of Ihe contents of the house on account of caring for her little iriecie only four mOnths old Not vena change 6f clothes were saeVor- any member of the familyLeb anon Enterprise Married at FredcrjcfcfowWf ihlr Henry Eiward Nally of Blincoe farmer aged 34 and Miss Amanda Ann Cecih df Wm salt several miles from Bards town a daughterof Jefferson Ce calf Esq and aged 28 years were married at Faedencktown last Saturday It was the groom s second jnatrimoaial yentur Nelson Record Settkd All differences between the Uted States and Panama have been settled amicably Secretary Taft iissued an executive order and signed it for PresideotRoos velt which was assented to in a letter by President Amador of Panama Among other things provided for in the order are the tturning ovgr of the customs re ceipts of the ports to the Gbver ment of Panama Panama arree to reduce her tariff from 15 percent ad valorem to 10 per cent absolute free trade is uaranted between the canal zone and the Itpublic ot PanamaJa d the gold Standard shall be mat into effect eYGIl I Effects if Dnittii All kinds of progaot icjLUow follow a long period of drQthJsuch as has prevailed in this see tion for so many months Onif that it is sure to befojllowd by wet season nextyear the averaj of rainfall wjil be maienp An other thaa good rop year lot lows I drfuili Again that I It dry season th3 mineral eleitents- neededbveiopsaro v i lifteJaiit were to jhe surface to be utilised f byp1antgfterward And 1UL another that the land will Iwflilf up mjellow andfra1bJnext tiWhat ablessibj thafethere is tjifc thing given in promise for fe j t weary weeks of waiting foc lfc indispensable rainfall whicii V i alone prevents old keitucitjr r i from becomiDgas Met atd f ffertile a ttie ari i waaiec akfc r wiijpdt or the liouQtaiBi 4 tJ Farars Home lourntL 4 1fft r A FlJiAi Ii 11sCr1 i hundred other accidtmts are ever day occurence It bskooYHrf iFIAa1vill 111BUrDfi IPiUsidisapecarquicklytaiiierii soothing effect 25O at 0 J Bay don1Drug Storlc i Bee Laxative 1i DiY aRclTE iiia impuooecxent over all CoHgh Iwag and Broachiat remedttt It aeti cm lie bowels drivestb C010Htof M1 tern cures Crpup whooping Uo gi wards off pheumonia and zrength M th lungs Bees LsxatIve Iopey ai4t Tar lP4armacy is the best CoifrhSyriip for clilBS t f ij Wklskey47 YirI Lt MrvAlex HamUtoat prHari t Fr d ric1lburbin hit pose t essioia bottle of irhkftie mad by his father in 1857 Ttui bQ tie wajs pre mttl to him bj Mrs P S Barber of Bsr U4owB wbos4 husbtnd had bought Irom 1 the elder Mr HaBailVom two r reis of tbe MOM wkhik 3rvItt thoeedays nearly ever arSr ot f any consequence mad ail owji whiskey aod was stUtfted to get from two apd a half to tha1j J- Ions to thebH3htlv Th still S 7 iI which tbs parfcicntar whiaoys s t was llItlde turned oit thre4l l tons a wee 1 We do okn what disposal Mr ilamiltiesti going to makef o f isbqiji ot old whiskey butilL91he r ij iosity which omhilblremfcivatedin newsptf er peopie we t t should very much like tokftwr yes very rqoch indedRecord3 New ini iii iieriNaiiid i trThe matian made bCitT 9l Bardstown to quash rtfwrtof coift missioners it ttoi caMoC 01 7 against John R anaKaIhrb- wusustaindinthioCoIjCort f Fridayand the locjowiimi f iUc wen were thft named bf6ii Court to yi w tiw land might to betaVeiimdaseusMwdaJas Bqr Dicker They mI rhof d y and imported aUowtog 496 for land Md leacipg Yli rt ort m fih former eBuftMo D n lowedT 800 to Imad and fclogNe4I Rid 1Iwb yWLtM p bs s LhtJe 1I the belt TP ui othelrou l jaPtra I V iU fhit NWS4FAI1tR v wtty rut PUuD iva J Y jIj IIAYEA4DVANCy 1 SWtlMGHEIJD KY LLDAVISON Jr jk e JPnL1 J frA J = tL1lr etI4Sg 18 Mpef 4 Uu rCIiM nUprliM i Jsb wMk I Utcash It t IM pM e ilTery of goods f J fIi egrets aS UbCrftl r rMC reZ 4 frspect s =i wrtM t11Y MII3ttO gtOJ etrtyOMeetS 500I 0OMee4lt1wt THOHTOAT DMBEE89O4 = Reversed The Court of Appeals by ft Majority optnibo written by J dge Barker and concurred in Ojr Judges Settle Burnam and OReftr Jpfctbe third time rever I dtbejjwJfmemt of the Scott Cir e jit C5o r1f ranting Caleb Powers j aiK wirJz1i Athjs last trial le wa Jivl1t1Mdeatb penalty fore otaprcy in connection with the r murder of W ilhiirnGobel Judges i Jfcymter Hobaoii and Nunn dis sanfed Judge Paynter writing i dietingopinion which was con 0iurredin by Judge Nunn Judge or Bark r also handeddown a sop teratfc opinion dealing with the fr formatiOn oftl1e trial jury the allegedivFederal question invojyed Wrn another opinion Judge ORear ncurs in th epar Qpii ioflof Judge BarXeriCOUrier Journal Uee Ii fS 4i i riSy I1i undersigned hereby iiQlify oiyf and alR hunters thatt nty huntingt iiiir owed on our farms 1ipatoriliI1 be pp cIatc J I We q C Nn 1Oe PL Kelly Jr 01 ruiGr W It IUQtt i T A CUunay YVG irundy Q U Tucker H a rringer JaCI Qf fioitaa oonROOllrd te1o1not know of a sr fle instance wKtrii a cough or cold resulted in 1f 1 tjpteva aj or consumption when roky Honey and Tar- had been 4 ktkelJ It cures coughs and colds perfectly so do not lake chances with some Mk own preparation which may fcotalu oplatei which causes consti pation a condition that retards recor iryfrbBi coM Ask for JolleyaHoney and Tir aad retoe any substitute of Jerec For saleby Wood Campbell Jcnonfon i On the 30th of November IJn cle Harvey Lawsons Jriends Iot fruiln surprised him by giving liimapoiher birthday dinne It Is a great pleasure to him totI know that the people of Ia com Itlinunity so highly appreciate and ronert him in hii declining ti yea s I want to say in this con Action that as the years go byI ptf jfeel sacye an L no 9 the im portance of loving our neighbers A short time ago Jake Young a youlhful nimrod with his 22j alher rile shot a prey fox OUL 6fthe forks bf a small tree where l cbl ru it Ltcal l hunttrs are kiiibg a goodly rumber of rabbits but 1 xc no h ardj ofj any quai11 being killed the latter is increasing and few years of absolute probtoil ion demandiouldour little friends In brown and the familiar note qcBob White iiiiiwoulUalam greet our ears as in daIs fycre t Jiriyate houses near thc acington line I t I14 and14rcer etrtins are held everyinIf lhrtrl jby Mr W T Carpen tcr fe JrIfi Harniop sold to lml ball an asce mace last week f Jftl OO ror tij clfiss George L Elliott and his iI s friend Bud SJmalley the noted coon httBierai of this end went i r bit Frjdayvt TJilbP aftd ijeppnted cL1c1n a and lone possum cap ttjrd Tuis isi not afuch cf a J iv1J R0rth m 1 Ywtlit Dl Prce ii Wel f But dt p biXorh ijig bought out Mr1 Th4 CtBjjpJjelPs interest inI tMt diut fiW of Wood ii Caiapbell the m 0fo il e f frn lU1IDow WoIk 1 iirllv The busineas wilt le rf t oc etc4 t tht saaM stan9 z 0 Il Thyafrtc a epatinuaiice of the patroatfeof the repIe sad guaranteed all fair tleatJ mnt Prcriioa caN fuljsqOidId P iat 1 tV ye VMI41 II J = Jz c l i GOtinty1I lI = y II Happtiilnls Among tht County People as Hftporttd by our fcof feiJ3ohtien t Ie M c vw e Mwe MMMM n M1IIMInJ litll bUA f SlrErMus Yates has been Visitinghtssister Mr S M Crume for severall days Erastus has been ia North Dakota and other states for two years ond his friends here were glad Jo see hm Messrs Nelson Raknsdale and Vernon Mayes of Kirk wood Ky theviwillvicinity ixrul won the friendajip of the pacjpje here j Mr Willl Gr y of Polin was in our town unday 1SaturqayI the typhoid lever Miss Lnhy Pinkstono and Mary Ingrem of Harrodsburg attended Mr W Hales funeral here last FrIdaypMr A TJ Wells was called at the bedsidle Misa Obra Trent inyour to vn lasfweek We were rasIillness and trust she will be able to be out kgain soonilMiss I tie Blackerby enter tained lher friends in a rnbst charming manner on last Saturday Al present had an enjoy abletime Miss Lala Colvin hasgone to Marccr county to Visit lelatlves tbis week f Rev Jj A Sims filled his reg ular appointment at Glens creek Sunday morning The ybung folks enjoyed A candy pulling on jast Tuesday Hiiglhtatthe hotndof Mrs Sue Merit I A5ss jula CoijQ qf tia place attended the Uar ce given at the home of DjJAis Noel at Glens creek last Irid4y night We ave glad to learn that Mr Edd Sutherland of this place is so well pleased with his new es abUshinent Bfarrodsburg He and his Qrhtherinhw Mr Brad ley lave opened an up todate restaurant and are progressing nichly With theis work We are sorry tQ learn that in the nearI future hh will move hs family there with many regrets we bate to give up hIs estemable wife and his nice little boy R 0 xMrv J K Wells and wife have gone to house keeping They took rooms from Mrs 1M Hyatt We learn that there are to ba a numpgr of changes in town and also siveral weddings to take place Wonder who Miss Lizzie Shirley and broth er will spend Friday night with relatives atLItsey Mackvillc i J DSweeney bought the car riuge building and blucJpmith shrp of Berry hewmaker ati 750 Also the remaining biggise dUcT farming tpjpjemeojts at ifl vo ce price Poacsiijon giveu at icncef- Ytlar10Idvisiting hep at Lafyj Qlt 3 111 has reluraed home iMerritt Burton who has been A bjusiDatss ia Ika1tb ccuity II- bas retrncd Dock Harmon and son sold IA 000 pounds tobacco o Will ArIuold at lOct Rev G A Todd baptised aid yeciaved into the Methodist chur clji Su day eighteen by baptism andtwoby letter who joined at the Je ev yJoM IUf yboughtpf cattle at 3ct and also some ol Sam Nallie at the same price Mr T Cayrico bought of Marion j Sims 50 bushels of corn atc Oct IIMi JEqene Hill bought of Ben a heir for 17 Mr John Medley sold to Tom geldingforl RJbi ert Wheatley a sow for 10 Several fromaround here attn ded the sale of Mr Kelvie Ballard of Holy Cross last week Mr Richard Higdon who has been visiting relations here for j sone time returned to his home in Missouri last week Mr Ormsby Parrott and wife of Simms Town visited the latiers father M r J P Simms last week Mls Lucy and Lizzie Bland ford visited their sister Mrs Sid noy Johnson Sunday Richard BlundforJ sold to jMI Bettie Spalding a four year Mr and Mrs Bud Badgett at tended the wedding of their neice Miss Mary Rose Thompson to Mr Laipenture both of Louis yule 1rlitSllnt erovo Mr N PThompson and sister Miss Naire arc visiting lnendE and relatives in Mercer couLty Dr Williams and Fred Van Ardale went to Harrodsbmg Thursday Dr WilliaoiS is contemplating locating in that town I Mrs Mattie Dragoa has re timed from Lexington where ishe has been visiting friends for tha past week Mr Jnm Thompson has ac cepltt d position as clerk with the fim of E J Pinksovn Uo 1t Voortown Miss Annie Mollvoy ot Willis bqrg hvs visited Mrs Dragoo ffor the past week Misses Ota and Pea l GoaUey of Valley Hill were the charming guests of Mrs Gregory last week Messrs Louis and Rchard Kelyof the Valley Bill neigb bcrhood were htre Sunday evening Oh how wonderful it is that the youth can be so easily enticed from his cot by lira own happy Hrcside by thef rchamngknows tile result can ooix be a pain of heart and- o Vb sjd4jing tears t Mr and Mrs Shepherd of Kan sas City are visiting at the homo of J S Yankey Revi J W Cartr ind wife of Qpvington Ky are visiting the lasers plrertshere Mr adMrs J S Yankey Springfieldneighborhood Sunday evening Oh how bejutifuj is the scenery about tle Grove Mr Bvoa Parks who recently sold bU arm to Mr Wood lobam of Mao1ilJe will make Ills hogte jwilh Mc L M Gregory tbfe win erv 3nePoor Town Ljterary ClubI Ineda Its regular debate at the school hou at that place Friday jevemng The subject discussed iwas Resolved that Lincoln was ra greater man than Washington The negative side yon hands down and the country grocery clerk is now as silent as the grava The speakers for the aiSrmativo were Laveoia OCon nor Nannie Thompson Erastus Trent negaive Lillie VanArs dalei Graham VanArsdale and John Poin The Rev W T Oyerstreet titled hs regular appointment at here4SmulayMr Garland t Thompson lAS returned to his home in L ij fb7swithThe farmers of thison tulkiagdrat sinceuValley Hill News item thisweekfurnishtheolaNEWSLFADE a few of t rJ mPort nlh3pp ilJgsf our Jla e Mir s Imogen Vedla Pearland last2ue JLMoranMayes Ransdal are hauling ome very cfine logs to our sta tion The logs are being cut on o iiiiiii WbCftOth4 Lookout iF Chtma Prsents Buy S mc tiling ireful yStoreiSERE ARE A- FUtiQSRPIJ Ali m fi 1847 RodgersBros Knives and Forks 4 per lILY set Cream ladels t aivcsberry andp= cu n eripqort5 Iin art Fobs Rings StiCk IIba J PIns 1JeweJry fj t JAWS J GRA 151T DQOa ro ctw om jwj The trustees of thissohool are thatdiedtheydowind blows They have had the school term changed several times and wound up with four months of school instead of five as usual and the contract was for sx month OIl tell you cant never tell nobody knows which way the wind blows when they have tto turn su fast to keep up with it that you cant see straightCorn gathering is about over in this district the crop being seasonVVe storm near here Tuesday night which fodderand It jeems as though all of out citizens are going tobo over powered by that same old com plaint bad colds It takehoyba1ercontract of bailing several crops near here John Kelly purchased twr head of horsesfrom Thomas Redd last respcteIy1i0Samuel Pucker who has bean quite ill for several ieeks isI about well again altoi a severe attack of lyphoj i fever The correspondent of this place is thrca ned with a spellI of pneumonia Thd saleol Jeff Cox of near MooresviDfe wajt well attended several 5 poj he y being resjnt Floskjilling ijs the rderof the dayv TyEJliOttnnd Chas Montgomery painted M D Reeds house last weIr TVbse who lye on the sick JistI are Mrs P Moran Mrs Edwlird GoatleV Mrs ilovrxM Iceift aril you eorrespocdertt- There wap a nice sleet May UJJgIiaulying lalliam SI ss MissPearl FingMr3i thiswriting Pjlliamdied sisteri1idisease Theyleft a widow mother one aisterand ratheircommunitywerec to al forrneryotgllne nois He was brougbD here and VilisburgcenaetryE andfriendsTheyhavei sympathy comr junity in their bereavement 1Li s Nora Owens gave a party la it Saturday night in honor of Jiss Saddie Maddox and Miss May me Walls who have baen visiting in this community for some tIme Mr Newt Dennis has moved back to his ol home here Mr Willie Coulter sold his to bacco at Oct around John Caul and Edd Perkins sold acrop of tobacco to John Armstrong at lot and Hot George Royalty fold his farm to John Calvin for 000 Prayer meeting at the church here every Wednesday night beI Alljmreinvitedtosome Ivan Carey and wife save a Ir musical entertain went Saturday Ah1reportoodflne Albert Holin of Aotioch Sam Royalty and Wathen Taylor of Ashbrook and Frank Ash of PulliamMr John Royalty and wife were the guests of their daught SundaylastMr Westley Foster and wife 1StitEd at the home of Mr Joe t head and wife last community Supt J W last Hushweektt a IVegladlyj Rumors have been reportio H sIa swas tuecr not I will not write abovfe it until the next letter Mammoth Bronze turkeys fo sale Big bone fine plumage Tofns 350 hens250 MRS R A MclNTiRE R F D NO2 Springfieldi 4t STRAYED From Ton Prath I ers place about twp weeks ago a darkred cow with a bell on Has a stick tied on the halter to prevent her from sucking her self Bush of her tail cut off Any information leading to her recovery thankfully recrevecl by John Montgomery a DerriidFatid Candidates THe didwing gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county CIfflCs at the Democratic primary held in Washington couiity AU- gust 6th 1904 They are to be voted for at tiid regular election November 1905 jFor County Judge B TJ Litsey For Co AttorneyP S N ayes Cjunty Clerk W F Booker RepsBnttive W D Jlaybrooke For Sheriff J S Ovbourhe 4 Sunt of Schools J W Bush For Jailer Geo D Cdtlett For Assessor T P OBryap W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJbf Montgomery PUBLIC SALE OF Stocliirf FarmingImplement on11beI Simms Postoffice G miles from SPriUgjfield highest bidd on- Hedaesoay i December 2i- av 1 30 oclock ajm the foU wing described property Thirteen head of horses and mules as follows pi good farm and brocd mares in foil by Jack one of them by Nuncio out of a GiTs Vermont dnm one4yRa harness gelding by County MemO ber oat of a Nir cip mare one 2 year old filiy jy NorvilfW qut pt a Nuncio niare one 2vear old Qlly byIfed Prnce out of a mare by Gills Vermont oce yearling filly by rVorvin W out of a mar bf Nuncio one weanling filly bar Chester Dare Jr ouo of a mae by Nuccio one weanling hoasocolt one 3year old work miile1two 2year old Wcr mules oae yearling mule two good yoangmilk cows uvo good fat Jye rling Here ford heifers v60 had of picked ew s young and vell marked 3 thoroughbred jJrlmpshire Down Backs 50 head of fit hogs 40 head of nice shoals 8 brood tows bred lo farrow In early spring one Poland China Boir About 1000 bushels of cornjn crib 20shocks of sorghum some sbeaf oats and clover hay 75 bushels of Or chard Grass Seed A complete farming outfit consisting in part of one iihorse vollDeering binder and Deeringmwer both in excellent repair one old mower f Disc harrow A harrow a triple geared corn anti cobH crusher new steel road scraper cultivator subsoil plow 2horse plows roller ona horse corn drill Kentucky disc wheat drill hay rake forks shovel post hole diggers wagon and plcrw harness et9in fact ojverytnibg needed non a farmf i TEIMsFuiris unde 810 cash Sums pf lD und over on12i months credit except for hogs which will be sold on a credit o 4 months notes well endorsed payable in iitber4 of the banks ol Lebanon or Springfield bearing 6 per cent interest from date No property to be removed until salisfeoorj notes are executed LUCAS MOORE S M Gampbell autionce- rCommissioneis Sae Stcrlin g P Thpinpsoii c Plffs EquityastiaaiiBy virtue of a judgment and order of stile of tbo Washington circuit court rendered at the oct term thereof 1904 ia che above cause I ahafl proceed to otTer for ualej nc the COlD House door In SprJ nglieid Ky ON MONIAY DEClSilBSR 26 1904 at 2 oclock pm or there about being county court day to he highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 mouths the following defj s cnbed pre portv towit A tract of land situated inI Washington county Kv and bounded as follows Beginning at a point In Jlincolns Run pike roqd iiv tiDe of dower turnlI corner to No 3 NI8vIlJ I 5I poles 10 a small cherry tied on bluff corner to lot No 8 thence Jj down bank of same 487 ooles to a branch corner to 3tigall thence up ll e muanderso Ihir brarttjn running with sai Slig lalPfi line J80i to a stake at tho fence near a sugar iree thence with said Sri all S 4Jtw 42Ipoles to the eticl of a stone fence thence with said fence S 34 E 24 poles to tccooaks thonce S 474 w 42 15 poles to a stone corner ofjsameSt ofj hOIICosts as taxed 8915 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers wIth approver security or sureties musi execute boNd bearing legal interest from date ol Mite until paid and having the force and ptof s Judgment Bidders promptlyiththeSe I M G I tJACrfMAN fC W C C 1 tiiiiikikikikVouLW Need As well s many othfer things with which you may bc supplied at the establishment o1 j McClure 8 Wells Headquarters orL4 Feed Grtuin Bugghan3 i11 kinds of implements for the farmer Old Hickory Studebaker and Chumpioii Farm Wagons Ohio Feed Cutter Wire Fencing and the Hagan Glasoline Engine HIDE AND ROBESGCLEAVER HORSE BLANKETS TtTHEBEST MADE coT Dehvere4 jy uarfify RHONE 20 SPRINGFlfeLD KY t BEES Laxative HONEY TAR- An improvejient 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 Old PREPARED BY flneulB Medicine CL Chicago US A Sola 1tfIay Ion f Pharmacy ttFarms for Sale 4f fotisJej tracts of laud and willtako great I pleasure in showingi any of them IJto rosectlvebuyei MCEROV WHARTON it 2CQ acre farm it miles jfroiri Sprjng eld good small house good barn place welhfe icsd and watered mostly jn grass 3rtco 40 per acre 2Q n cjre pi ice S milesi from fS ringIe1d right on thp pike j good house aiiii barn amtl good Hand r5tclass tcbaQCO Jand Pric t300 t iile plato 3Jt mlGS from Springtteliuan all lays Mel iiaCL inlhigh state of cultivation finall three 1oqm hue and good barn Price 1800 250 acre linn l mile from Springfleid nice Dwelling firs class barns acflAutluildings every kind v f- I f 140 are farm 5 miles fromI Springfield1 SOfacn sbotlom landf small d velli3gaiic large barn price Sp per Acra 140 aero faim 3J miles from Springfield gobd liou e and barji well fenJedi tu1waterel price 45 per a era J 163 6resof ajid 7 mites from Springtie33v Jmalt house and good tobaceo barn 65 acjres of bottom mud re st mojtly new land fue tobacco fqrnfan I plenty of timber Pice 25 pi acre lOP acre Ia m 8 mlesfrorn Springfield g0i 4 room bouse and h w Ulytqx bart Aplenty at water ami glorj toncco and grass farm rr ce 25 per acre In addition x the above We JLive for sale ood residences in SprinfrfielcL 185 acre faLiJJmiles fiQm Springfield oij ibikel farmfnti1fi grass dwellui stockantm jf baeo barn vll fencea 5 p6r acr f rtothe Be Jarefnl fof the health of TCOUI children Look attclIMILutci JyUgh f are remedy Hartal sga nOL pleasantl Sold jby all DrujRistJ n IIiII ji little will di estithel titLiiUJ ea sotirlftomlc1Sold by Haydoos Hharmacy 11 No Hut Ting Hunters are ipariied to keep of my farm ii del penalty ot Ion prosccutecf ifdr tresspast 3fc Turner terrinbr NtIL The price paid OP turlceyr r b the Poultry Hous will be the entlini Sprinijfiel4 Poultry Oo Nov 24th 1ft 4 iiLDTA j top uooqr h btl Jt G W ODER Iii Denier In On raI Merchandise1 GROCERIES FTC Highest PrpdLiceV A Grist and Feed Millt- ustom L tr G riDding a specialty Meall aii C Mill Eeed For sale t ftL FENWICKKYWpv ov 110 it Tools Tools Tools and above allIithe best of Tools DIAMOND EME TOOLS They are siade of the vry bestmateriian1 by rtpcrii enc 1orkmana and every Dianiorit1Edgc T ltolr1is varifanted 1C itui iiolT u reprueted return it to us and g Jjottrm k j n IW trlf BEHAVE 541 l ft KM Diamond Edge Axes fftchtfSawsCMs ag els Hammers 4wingKnifeBxiccs Bits Ijj Carjjj Im REM EM ER j KM we warrant everything m Diamond Edge jr1 line Can ahil see whaf wc have McIiroyShuJTOII 4 L JOtfN SlfDCIC McELRCXY G 0 Wu mRI 4 McEIroy fr Wharton LilsurailcoI e Rea Estate igcnttit tFire Life aid TOrll doIhl JfCt t 41 r tagd laId q i Goftaiitebi i Office over Peoples BaAk Pione r L I iYouWlBe 6 k- 6 i m v j Well Dressed 1t t1s1 i f If t If you give your oder JIwf it m Try a selection from his aI m samples for a nobby fSuit or yeto t i M 41 m BALeSVEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewe IWhynotstpt this IallIngofyourhaIrP At this rat you will soon be without any hair Just remember that Halls Hair Renew er stops falling hair and mikes hairgrou FrrrtLZ n1 4uIRSIDENT t DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED 1Y1TH0UT PAIN J 1cEgJIaIt Block up ls f 7 8PRINGEIE D miniII tA1tj Dental Work Ii FirstcIaui i DR Ji tAMPTPI f y OPPICB f i III Opera Howse k W F GRIGSBY tq ATTORNEY AT LAW ciover Peoples Bank j SPRINGFIELD KY 4 O rS M Green1 l DENTJWFfit AH kioclircdental work Teethr J r extracd itK6utpain Offices + formerly occupied by1r Hord PhooeSC SPRINGFIELD KY JBRoBAnD y l I t RoBARDS HYATT 1 ff Iffijsicitis s and Surgeons l Office next to tilerks omceI JAMES GRAVES r PEACTICAT Jk Iitcifflakcr and Jeweler 4 i I Carries a line offWatches Clocks p and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialty Locatei atT W Simms Jr pll law office opposite pourt House Springfield Kyt i i DR1 F TRUSTY PRACTICAL4 DENTISTOffice over He don Barb r ClflfTJental work atreasonable prices jftfll work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY l ilOHN Y MAYES T I t tUNERAl DIRECTnR E AND LICENSED EMffALMEB y TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT T4 SPRINGFIELD IT p t Ullavv You llall1io QQ- c iY TD 150 calf u 3 t L ALLEN at the Depot FRElGH AHiTR1iNS J Hauled Furniture Moved rd anything in the hauling ine done carefully and at caEOnabl rtesff rs PHONE 22 J ii Railroad Schedulp Following is the time schedule dnowin effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad No4tLeayes Louisville at j 410 p m Bardstown Junction t 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield Q45 pm dIt530 a mV Bardstpwn 617 am Barde own Junction 705 aim irriyes at tiouisyille 7 55 am No 43rLeayes Louisville at 730 am Bardstowo Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 amti t urrfvesxat Springfield 1240 p mi I l o44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 2a pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm Arrives at Louisville 545 pm It No 93 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 ami Bards town 8 am Baidstown Junction 8 45 am arrives at Louisville 935 am t No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves L eLoui ville at Opm Bar stown s Junctior 050 pm Bards lown 785 p mt arrive at Springfield r S25 pfli J J fL tnt Jaibedains S ornach an d lAyer Tabietsrt Mey are etsjTto taka and pr dkCI nauseii frigloirVar 14dugftS2 etct kOC111iJ1 Iaidoft r e jl pfwcr tk1a A I i I TOWNLocal 7 0 v roOOiWi Happenings of Interest Freshest arid Latest f All Alb ut Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances H M q v Pure open Settle New Orleans molasse5yat J A Shaders A new line of Holiday goods just in at Irvine McBlroys See our line of toys and and Xmas goods at Campbells Go to 0 W Eagans for your good things for theHolidays We always have what you want in the Grocery line at B g nIB csf Ilresh Fish and oysters every Friday at T Irvine McElroys Fresh New York cheese the inesi made at T irvinlcBi oys flit iis carried hit e Queens ware line we have iit Hagac Bras Over 40 kinds of HiENzj HaganotBros BrosOnythree i pver coats left at two third3fagtoryprice at Cain bell Fresh candies nuts and cakes for the Holiday trade atT Irvine McElroys Dont forget that we sell Polks corn ana tomatoes at lOct at Cam bells Forhandsome Christmas present done fail to see the stock at- isgan Bros Bring your beef hides and sheepskins to us we pay cash at Campbells Just recieved er 3500 articles for the 5 lOc counters at Hagan Bros A few ladies shoes from our store at 50ct a pair at Campbell Seventy fine empty lard cans for sale cheap at T Irvine Mc Elroys grocery A few Suits from our country store tIe s than first cost at Campbells lj From now until January 1st we will have a low price on all c- anlgoOdses thy bake beans etc at PnMElroys t Candies candit- hfncetfrQm tl 7c to 100 IIter pound C W Hagan Remember Leachman tie Furniture Man when selecting your holiday goods We yet have ladies skirts and tailor made suits at prices to lose out Bet Mansfields Take your produce toCVHagan and get the best market price cash if preferredI Why pay 3 for a reed rocker when we will sell you a nice one for 250 at Campbells We will bend the NEWS LEADEK from now until January 1st 1906 for only One Dollar F T Cox Co sell strictly first class meat They butchCr on the best beeves to dejiad Od man Arbuckle wants his coffee sold at a high price but we still sell it at loct at Campbells To get the thing Hall Trees Setteesland Book Cases go to Lea hman the Furniture M f nttttt For something swell and4tip to ate in Parlor Tables and Chairs go to Leachm n the Fuirniture Man Tho annual closing out sale of millinery s in lull blast fyill continue for three weeks at Mans heldsiJ JJ i McElroy Wharton the realt estate agents sold to Silvester Smith 10Q acres for Will Jams of the Mplican farm below town for2 gOd A complete line of Dining Room furniture Sideboards Buffets Tables and Chairs of the latest patterns atLeachmans the Furniture ManU The drug firm of Wood Camptell having dissolve til per oD8 indebtea to them ar- eqite3 reo torckliandi l i ettJe at once vttiatr the pld buisness may be closed WOOD CAMPBELL TOPICS IfI f OOM HOO = FT Cox Co tile butchers will furnish the best of meats at the lowest prices Telephone wants TVee delivery For only250 yoiT ban buy a box ppfine 10 cent C CyMcChortJ cigars it will make a nice Christmas present t Porsale by C J Haydon t1t Boys remsmber whn you want j a box of candy or a nice basketof fruit Ihave it Pricesto suit jill Call and see our display We can please you OW Hagari ATTENTION LAIMEsIf you want to make your husband or young gentjeman friend an ac ceptable Christmas present buy- abox1of lOceut McChbrd cigars of Wood W lls the druggists The holidays are coming fast and so are my holiday goods in a1 fewday I will have one of the grandest displays ever soen in Springfield so iit will pay youI one and all to call and see me before you buy C W Hagan Nothing would b6 more appreciated by your husband or sweet heart than a box oflJ cent Nic chord cigars Ladies you can buy them tC J Haydons drug stpie They will make good Christmas presents For oranges figs dates nuts of all kinds peats appels bin nanas in facti any thing you may want that line remember I have it I boughLheavily and they must go call and get prices itI costs you nothing C W Hagan Mr William Grgsby of the MtZioh coutitryhas sold his farm consisting of 85 acres to G D Bodine for 3 000 cash Mr Grig sby bout of Oscar L Day of near Fairfield 114i acres for 3 100 cash P9session given at once Charlie Noethe Iccal black smith made a big deal in oldjrou this week Hesold and delivered on thecars hereabout 150000 poundsof old iron which he had bought up about the county It- tOokfoufcaist to transpbrt the stuff The Cbristkdi Enddayoi Society will meet ever Friday night t the Presbyte7an church in stead of Sunday as here to fore This is a Christian society for young people arid is non sectar ianand all Christian denomina tions arc invited to attend NOTICE If the man who boy rowed my jack screw Wout two years ago to raise a corner of 101turnhim ar Inow wish to raise my own smoke house v Simpson Roberts11 SALE POSITIVE 30 latest style ladies long cloaks in bltk and colors best material satin lined at and bslowmanufartturers cost 20 noV stylo jackets at half price We never carry over any thing until next season make a rush forthese barginsat Man sfields Our advertisers have rfinli a lug demand oriourspacolhls week and we wish to call atten ton to whUt the Springfield merchants have to say They speak for themselves The Holiday shoppers will do well to read and profit thereby ts M Campbell the auctioneer reports tbe following sto k sale made byhim on the streets of Harrodsburg Monday 10 two year old steers at S3 per hunch reel 7 steer calves at li2 50per head oneold cow425 nice dri vingmare S5 plug horsq18 nfare 2250 Udmule Cil 50 t Mr Simpson Roberts has moved his stock of groceries and general merchandise into the Barber Block next door to the Post office where he will bd glad1 to see all of lhis old customers and many new ones He will greatly enla7gq his stock and will lieepafiitll lire of everything which he proposes jto sell at the lowest prices I I ILatest Arrivals At the home of Prof and Mrs 111or1i 1inJames McClure a daughteri IIHICD THE QNLY INVISIBLE BIFOCAL Doesnt make you look so old For Sale at ED L RUSSELLS S lore Springfield Ky vIiMrs Croake Dead Mrs Mary S Croako the be loved wife of Mr Oliver Croake died at her home at Croaks Staon on last Monday evening at 8 oclock after a long illness Mrs1Croakehealth for years and for several days before she passed away her death had been almost hourly expected He death came fully and she had the happinessI to have with her during her last hours her husband and family of nine devoted sons and daughters whose grief was softened by the ralization that their dear one isI hippy in the land beyond Mrs Croake whose maiden name was Shaunty was born in the old homestead where she died and was 08 years of age Fortyeight years ago she was married to Mr Oliver Croake and their nine children are all residents of this county one son Sheriff Byron Groako living inII Springfield The deceased was a most beautiful Christian character and was a devoted member of the New Hope Baptist church Her devotion to church and enItireand presence will be sadly missed by all The funeral services were con ducted at New Hope church on yesteruay morning Rev Burns officiating and the large crowd which attended wasa silent testimonial i to the love and respect InI which the deceased was held Death of Mrs LeachmanI Mrs Imelda Leachman one of Sjpringflelds most beloved and respected ladies died at the home BjHi11morning The news was a sad shock to the many friends of Mrs Leachman at this place some of whom had not heard of her being ill Mrs Leachman wa taken clown with pneumonia about form days befortj her death and although she was quito sick from tho starV her condition was not corisid9red dangerous until a few hours before the summons came whfcn the members of her family were called to her bedside and wore with her ata the- tond Mrs Leachman was born in this county about 01 years and her maiden name was Clem cuts she beinga member of the welVknown Clements family of this county She wasmarried to Mr Stephen B Leachman who died about 20 years ago Mrs Lsachinan served as Post mistress of Springfield during the Cleveland administration She was a woman of strong and lovable character and devoted to her children She was a onscientious apd faithful mem her of the Catholic church and her work rind influence will be missed in churchl as well as social circles The children who survive are Mrs John B Hill of Lebanon and Miss Elizabeth and Messrs Walter E and William T Leachman of this place The funeral took place yester day morning at St Dominic church FE lS NIAL Miss Mary Browne vas attendS GreensburgrIi MjvAndrew Gunninham has returned fcorn tusiiiossjripto Louisville v Miss TDHse P u rriitljofe B cmj field is visiting lierVi Lfrs- M WByat i JT Messrs Luther A Bujrhs and- y D Uay5rook Avero in Leba non last eveliinit Miss Susie Penu has taken board with Mrs M L Sency for the winter Mrs F R Ho app and chil sinlLOUlsvlhe Mr Homer Roddicks of EVan yule IndJ attended th6 Matting lyShewmaker wedding Mrs Weisen and daughter of Louisville were hter4 to attend the funeral of Mrs Leachman Mrs M Harrington who spent the summer with her brother B i 1M Moss has gone to Louisville lrJ A Bou ware left Tuesf daylor southern trip He win be accompaniel by his brother W1 i Bankthii I lIIj thiSuipJusy aid Undivided Profits 25OO- Op M OFFfOERSB L Liey President John Wi Lewis fl 1 i I Vice Pre ld ntAC McT31royr Cashier L Yi1 B Caip Asst Ga hter R E Foster BookI mtliJJfiJ RQTORS 3 13 L LIT EY J lEWI f3IDNEYGR j irj Wi Ii1M CAMPBELL BE EDELEN H M GRUNDY iY WO We grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your business respectfully solicitedfliJ i5 n iII WHY 1flTjt11- x Select something liapdsome and something wOlth whIle toml1k your CHRISTMAS PRESENT What would be nicer than a diamond or gold ring stick pin or watch for a presentt1 Bedesthese Russell bas a t beautiful line of IICut Glass jarifl Sterling Silver Novelties of lIH J kinds These articles are goouse iul and worth the irioney i Ed M1 Russell iH IMIss Mary McCabe is visitirg friends Barclstown Mrs Naomi Brown Doss of Frnr 1diuJTen visited Miss Lizzie Waters last waek Logan Bpsley and George injSpringfiMisses Myrtle and Pearl f Camp bell visited fnends and relatives in Louisville this week Mrs W L McClellan and sister Miss Minnie are in Louis ville Christmas shopping Messrs Jlugh Marshall and Richard Masterson of Bardslown vjsited friends here Friday Mrs John W Lewis spent a few days last week with her mother Mrs Phillips of Lea non Miss Mary Lizzie Co mes of Bardslown is the guest ofher sister Mrs Leonard Baker this week Miss Sarah Simms leaves to day for St Marys to visit Mrs Will Spalding and Mrs Charlie Beaven Mr J Irvine Wimsatt salesman for the Mattingly Mqore Distilling Co is home from an Eas tern trip Mr Thomas Clementsof Lou isville was here yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs M iJ Leachman 1 prIBardstown will arrive next Friday i to be the guest of Miss Myrtle Price N Misses Nettle Andrews and Hallie Houston two charming young ladies of Maud were in town Tuesday Miss Annie Peters is at Mr lack Beams at Early Times nursing Mrs Jennje Thompson who is quite siclc Mr and Mrs Carson B Forse lof Newport Ky fweie here this wcalc to visit tIitdaughtsr Mrs R F Suiton at the Wslton Mrs William Shodgrass of Morganfceld isat home on ac count of the sericn illnoss of lher sister Miss Marie Young Mr Emmett McE roy left Tuesday for Kansas City after a pleasant visit with lis parents Mrand Mrs A 0 McElroy i Mrs E L Davison Jr will entertain at Flinch this afternoon in honor of Miss Annie D Grnndy from 230 to 4 oclock Judge I H Thurman was here Sunday Judge Thurman ac companied by Mrjt Thurman ex pects to leave the last of the- wekfor Hen ersonvi1e N C- tforashortstay Miss Lena Allen cf Frankfort accompanied by her father Mr C F Aller has returned homo after a pleasant visit to frJen11 and relatives here Mr andIrs Thomas Mont gcmery of the Frederickstown neighborhood were in town Tuesday Mr Montgomery is just r 3overipg from a spell of typhoid fever Hon Wc McChord returned Tuesday from Greens ug HeI returned week ago from New York where he hart been in the interest oftto Burley Tobacco Growers Association t Miss Annie McChor returned Monday from a peasant visit with Mrs W 0O Head of Madi nJInq atfft with the family of Judge Emmetti Field of Louis ville Mr1 Hamilton Rbertson has gone to a mineral springs near Milwaukee to be treated for a serious stomach trouble from whichi he has been a sufferer for some time Mr and Mrs Hugh McElroy of Kansas City who have been visiting Relatives here for some time left last week for hpme They went by way of Danville spendfew a Quite a number from hete went to Lebanon yesterday even ing t attend the marriage of Miss Bell Rodgers to Mr Percy Johnson Tbe bride is a daughter of Mr W C Rodgers and a nelce of Mrs Fl d Haganof this place Messrs Guy Wigginton of Fairfield and Clem Bill of Cov 4ngton spent several days as guests of Mr C W Hagan Messrs WiggmtOn and Hill are both clever young fellows and they had a good tithe11and madd many frieids while In Springfield I V p Santa lausr At Shaders st ldJwillfloj hatS a 4GlauFwill SlK1Snr make headquarle s miTnOle Joe Shaders Store A full LINE OF tOly t of all d script bns tojptease the young He also has on hand b stock of fresh candies cakes fruits etc for the housekeeper brought on espcciallf for the Holiday trade trII JVk4f = w II1J SPECIAL lp PRICES i Saturday and Moml ltefttJ4 On items nameii in thisadvertIbent J jj NejrtJpf toDale G ildwns Clottts 25c off r glr ft Jd- oj We have them l 50to10each For eXa1tloak that sel Is for 15 we price now for 375 Otip trti3 in same proportioniJ J 3 4711 Glycerine Soap15c cakercguhirpric 25c Hi Colgates Turkish Soap Gc regular prteeSc 9 Cosmo Buttermilk Soap 6c regular cice 10- 6J Cuticura Soap 20cregularprice 25c- Jj Ladies Hemstitch Handkerchiefs Sc1 each j9i p9 cents w dozen regular prICe OOca dozen fji Gpld eyed Needles 4c a paper If3 Good Brass Pins 4c a paT er v- t San Silk all colors 4c a spool J 4 7 1Hj Holiday llallderkeichief fa1GGalorel 1v A1 ThiS STORE 3 co There never VaS ucb a quantity 0f handkerchiefs shown toat onetime in this town We have thin for LadlesE 3 Children and Men fJa1D Hemstitched Or cJloid edge r with or without initials Silk Linen 3 orOotton 3c to SOc ojacb Never such values given in this in tbJSline There i ojIS nothing more suitable for Xmas gtft than a box of 1 3 Handkerchiefs Full assortment Of initials f Nice SbOTiog of Ufflbr 11asNlIers III lTie1Sllspuders Slit Ciui Ftc i iinf1IIRemember we are cnLtmg pYiesdn Ladies loks 3 Coats and SUits t I I Robertson Bros III1m m Ift I I1 a Er BE111 r m Special w p Jqf II Clothing Sat 11 mFor thnxt3O days we aregoiiig to IW otfer our customers Inducements in 111 ourCIpJhing Department which willI j MOVE THE STOCK Which wenow havVon hand We han I dle the celebrated gOods 6f Heldman Heldman Co makers of fine Cloth ing for men t i FOR BOYS We make I ad roflJ Etlinger Co qfianufacturers We alsohave aVTull line bf Corduroy ii Coats and Suits and handle O Bryan Bros Railroac Overalls the best on theff market Call and see our general line of Dry Goods and Furnishings AI III J Jrply Glaybrooke lcntlrc ti1 1 l HEE E IIH t p Groceries at Mf t 4 That is what ONan the Grocer it giving his customers now njd here tit are the prices to prov it JV j Salmon sold forlOc now3or25c1 If Salmon sold f0t20cnow for 15c e Peas soli orl15c now 2 for 25c f7 f iiit l Peas sold for 13a now 2 for 20c JMushrunes sold for 25c nqw for afc g tSFrench Peas sold for 25cno1logf j i Asparagus sold for 25cPlfo 2Qcv ijHeinz B Beans sold for lie now 2tfcw i Gornsoldori0cio8for25c i Peaches sod for 5c1tOW for SOc T 4 r Peaches ffold for 2Qa now 2 for afc t Pickles sold fOr 25c now for 20c Pickles sold for 15c now ifor 25c f Pickles jsoid fOr lOc now 8 for 25c V t Mustsrdioldfqr0cnow31or25c Salad Dressing sold for lOc now t for ci L Tomato Muster sold for lOc now a foir S 1 Olives sold for oowa ftot eJ v s Tomato 1etcbp sol t ieow 2JsrcIndia Blush soU for 15ts now llwr Ifc These pries will JicddJor the EOIidIY Trade 1ce1Ineo1 Toy i and Holidaytgaods arriymjf dIy t BIOII1 Jr k I j Jritrought Holiday Gonfecttetw on for the Holiday Trade a full line ViIN CANDIES FRUITS OAK S Etc i Toys andF i V 11cIJ I IJ IACqI1qId ttdi i J- J d I Icdd Of Imrdt7lWLS Jnry W Jr Yenueor rPO s bstid W4W WJ Bale w3ohD OvealifB 4uea Roe H w y Q Gowen FI G uArchle Akin Henry pftnd B W Moore Toe utter being out about six T iljrnedl verdict of not mddbji The commonwealth At 7 firae1 and the County Attorney wile Mtwtedi in the prosecution Bandley ol w lJilbIDand gersvIlle and DtTTdwlrs Ttiiaefeid nt wa3r pvsarc f bfCant ellCniroll Jeff Hci rj Mid Kofgla Graham A ten twtr old boy was the only witness frtiw tragedy and gave his es- iiticitl112 L caref vl manner The atltwfcat admitted the killing tMI i clamed it was done under levr of herlile She claimed th femsband abused her and tiitataned ter lift so that she JIyecIia dread The Court llskcd foe Uve Y dictand the perfect si tefee tit existed from the mo jaeatthey appeared at the lop cf tCTlSairi was broktn by tht iofe an who reaiWO the l j3tyj lad the defendant not gull it1u EveE1rose tq the r feet while borne one Oclappetf haudc The Judge rebuked the gemoffipstiration in strong terms rtfcred the oficers to restore r dertliaBked the jury for theii patient attention strict obedienct V jrilt actions and adjourned coart until Monday mcrnirg G sburg Record i Be Qlici Net a MInute should be lost when 8 child shows fymptoms of croup CIs1ter1t aCough Remedy givel aso aa the child become hoane 01 sies after the croapy cough appears will prevent the attack It neve fttk1ait is pleasant and safe to take JTtr ale brHaydons drngttore CIIli lot llIu lIef 11 had kidney trouble for rears writ Mrt Raymond Conner of Sbel t flL Wash and the doctors couV rflt Jielpia e I tried Foleys Kidney Cire aai the very first dose gave mc- Wliefandlam now cuted I cannot 111 too much for Foleys Kidney Cure It jaakes the diseased kidney 8 ttBd so tbry will eliminate Che oi fromthe blood Unless they 4otl is goOd health is impossible Fo luW by Wood Campbell v Mrmt Wiiskey Irtiistry One of the old industries arburfd Chaplin was the manu facturing of whisky No town fcad the diatinetlbn of having wore distilleries than Chaplin tad Nearly every hiollow had nil oldftshwn stillhousft Un dsrtbis old system they would get two gallons to two and a bali from a brshel of corn and their capacity was a barrel per day abb aiming to make nearly 100 barrels a season The corn wa flailed out and ground either ob the ol5 water or horse mill o7 t 9H Aays Whiskey then sold fotIrpt ten to twentyrfive cents per gallon The barrels were it made of oak staves with woodei hoops wade frcm the hocppolf after being split in two John All and an old wan by the nama ofKaphia Atbia were the cocp es of tHat day My iathr a bought nearly aU the whilky those bouses made 1 have known him w have several hundred barrels tn hand at one time holding it until the price would advance and until it would get ripe and mellow as he would say The method of letting the stieJgth of whiskey was novel a wellas simple They had a vial boutrsix or eight inches long solid at the bottom b ldiug something near a half gill This vial witka striog lied around thE Bck was pMS d into the bvng hokrftheibarvel The weight of th Xial caused ittosink At tie bgdrawn ou it was heldl S DtD right hind the thum oyir the mouth of the vial then it was struck against the palm of tbekCfeiramd in ofler tosee how jwmj bubW or beads woud iM toUMs irft0 of the vial If tbott eWkis reminedsom time on- t twJsSrfi etbe whisky then was eiieii tr2tfOOd aqdbov6 proof Ifr iaapper d 9kIyt- k J it wt1o Proorr- Ky8t tJi Tft 1 ettb aid f at1t1d st orth of the treat pine forest are 09 Ped JnPiaeio1san wdiiCverr sly A Cure falI 7Villl y Hill WtUlbecorrespondentsof other placei have boon making suggestions toward the welltare of our county Now we think it is our time so let us take up the liquor question If some one would take it Lp and follow it until we could reduce the s1srom the present amount to about onsthird1 would it not be mere bene ficial to the county as welt dsthe people Just think of it what could b more provok ing than to s e a young man or old one either come out of town in d pitiful condition from the ef ftests Qf whiskey Why net stop the sale of this poisianaus bever age on cqurt days as they did on ilrcion days nnd prohbt its sale until midnight Then the ladies of he country could go ab out their Work go visiting or got the country store on court days without the fear of being over taken by some drunken per sonThe town authorities do not Think of the country peopla at all bt Jet me say this to you my good fellow men should the country people stop patronizing your town what would become of it Now let each one of you work for this question and pre vent the sale of whiskey on court days UNO TPii8tijall Tar Foie7 Co Chicago originated Koney an I Tar as a throat and lung remedy andufl account of the great merit and popubrity of Foley Honey odd Tar tnaiiy imitations are offered fjr the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates ind is safest for children and delicate e reons For sale by Wood Camp Sell 1- AGuaralltfcCllrG For Plies nci1ng Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case jno matter of bow long landing la 6 to 14 days Fit appli ation giyes ease and rest SOc I your druggist hasnt it seud SOc in stamps and it will be forwamed post paid by Paris tedicine CoSt Louis M To Cure a Gdltd in One Day Take LAXATIVF BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure EW Groves sienat jrc is on each tcx Z Wants 10000f CpI Ben Lee2iHardiu and Judge Corn went to Lancaster tIns morning in theinterest of their client Henry Shirley of color Judge Corns version of tbe affair is that last June a coon named Segar knocked a brake rain off a trgh tftain between this city and Bur in A railroad detective came along and arrep ted Shirlay Fe kept himn prison in different places for five or six days and handcuffed all the time Shirley proved that he had nothing to do with slug iog the railroader andwas not even on the train when it oc cured and has now brought suit against the railroad in the Gar rard Circuit Coutt for 110000 damages Attorney Keenon and Chief Smith went along as wit nDSses Harrodsburg Herald I 21c2sa111 No Pill is as pleasant aud positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers De Witts fcittlc Early Risers arc so mild and effective that children delicate lladies and weak people enjoy their ceansihjr effect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by all druggists Sparkling eyes and rosy cheek restored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Nacogdoches Tex A certain cure for biliousness constipatipn a small pilleasy to take easy to act Sold byall druggists Turbulent Times Ahead W W Marsh the Wiston Place weather prophet furuishes the Cincinnati Enquire ra foar c Junn predictiDn ofwhat is going to nippen In 1905 Among ohr tnings tpo numaroua to mention he says The year 1903 will be a good year in a commercial line but a poor year for crops znd fruit There will no be so many iccidents riots crimes conflag ration crdisstefsas in the year 1904 but great storms high waej and floods of greac magnitude will prevail dpriag 1935 in fact the year 1902 will be chisseda3 a record breaker for terrific storms floods heat and heavy rainfalh damaging crops and property andIIRIAildren hi FACTS IN FEW LINES c Christianity Is growing In India fast er than the population about1zooooooMore than onetthlrd of all our export trade hits been in the two great crops wheat and cotton One hundred million bushels of grain are sent every year to the mills of Duluth and Minneapolis A water leserolrnt Manchester England is stoking and the cause is believed to be soal mining nearly un der It- The Chinese government Is to receive 300 a thousand for all tlie Chinese coolies shipped to the South African mines The druggtabs of Rome have formed a corporation to bring suit against Baedeker CH saying that their shops are unrellabe and expensive The sardlne famine which lias existed on the const of Brittany for several years promises to be rellevel this fali as tLe catches are running LeuAy Two hundred school children nt Chi cago strucK because the principal of the school was removed2Their moth ers also struckwIth slippers anfl the children are now In school In London the iinusur1 heat of last summer gave a lurther Aoguc to the straw hut and made gllk hats so un popular that thu factories dismissed ninny of their workmen The London Tailor and Cutter gives this valuable advice For cricket boating tennisl and football Jewelry must be eschewed but for motoring fishing and golf it is Indispensable Between the two oceans we raise om fifth of the worlds wheat fourfifth of its corn onefourth of its bats and fourfifths of its cotton This harrest Is the foundation of our prosperity The practice of oiling the roads hafa been Introduced in India at Bombay It is found that if the oil is allowed to soak In slowly no obnoxiju mud Is produced and the result is a success The Agricultural bank of Sofia has decided Ito buy 5000 iron plows 200 grain sorting machines and 500 liar rows td be dlStrjbuled among Its pa trons to Increase the revenues of the farmers It is reported from Tokyo that the Russian prisoners of war of Jewish and Polish origin now held in Japan have expressed to the officers In charge of thpm their desire to become natural ized Japanese after the war A violin player witnessed a live sired fight at Paris not long ago fiflhl began In play In order to soothe the con batunts It had the opposite effect howtver for ohe of flic fighters drew a knife and aUbbcd the violinist AH the ipvo plauoUiry satellites dls covered since 184G have been found by Amcrlcanttf They Include Hyperion Ilie seventh satellite of Saturn Die mos and lhoebus the little moons ot Mars and Phoebe the ninth moon of Satullit A mall bag captured by tthe Boom in 1890 has jist been recovered It con tamed fortAseyeii registered letters in which werp about 330 in cash a number of postal orders a draft for 1000 documents Involving a sum of 25000 checks official papers and two wills Every one nowadays owing to the disclosures of scientific Investigation believes that sugar plays a more im portant part In the dietary than a mero condiment It Is a food and when used Judiciously lu combination with other foods adds markedly to the value ot n ration Ireland is making a bold bid for c Reading position In the British fruit markets Orchard cultivation is being encouraged by the authorities and ar rangcmcuts ore being actively prose cuted for the drying and packing ot fruit In American fashion for ex portation The Irish fruit Is among the Erjcst in the world A Danish cloctiIcjan nnPlP rflttlson Js credited with having successfully attempted a curious teat It lIs said that he has been able to operate the keyboard of a typewriter at a distance vithout any visible connection between It and the instrument at hand It Is njleunj An English writer has been devoting jia nttjntQi to the elimination of un necessary things nut hin supceeded hJ presenting a tentative list of artiojos libiof a city does not require a watch lie goes so far as to say that an umbrella Is not indispensable Then he points to superfluous buttons wearing ap parel such us those on the back and on the sleeves of frock coats The total production of gold from the mines bf the worM for 410 yam or since there have been any record of tho mine JWptJt officially given at iqG93233y2 The total production of gold from the mines of the United States since Its discovery Is ghen at 2o3yCtWll40 Of Ills the eastern and HEALTH pbouleDraught Wo hare used It In the family for over two yenn with the best of revnlti I tine not had s doctor io the hmue for that length of time lila a doctor in Itlelf and alnrmyi ready to make aperson well and happrnJAME8 HALL Jack sonville I1L Because this great moSicino relieve stomach pains frees tho eonstiptfr4 boweJs pd Inviger ates tthe torpid liver and wear ened kidneys No DOCTORi- s flccessaryin the home where ikepti country mllei front wyr physi healthforyoars astheIrThcdfordsDlackhess dyspepsia colds chills and headachesdiarrhcna ailmcntbecause i liver and kidnoyi io nearly con trol the health THEDFORD5 BLACK DRAUGHT IOU Lttn 5LJfl fitCU LGin leaving 25070 10492 ns the amount of gold produced hy tho mountalnops country west bf the meridian of Den ver At a meeting of the Society of Hyp nology nnd Psychology In IAr1s the other day a report was read from Dr Korovlne of tLe Moscow Asylum For Inebriates where experiments for the curd of drunkenness by hypnotic sug gestion hare been carried out tor three years Dr Korovlne claims 22 percent of radical cures out of some 300 patIent lIe says that out of 323 pa tients hypnotized S44 per cent did not drink alcohol for n week 338 per cent for three weeks 2t7 per cent for more than a month hut only 31 per cent for tile whole thre of the treatment that b to say tot six months r ===THE PLANET MARS What We Know Abtfut Its Physical and Climatic Conditions We can draw all the geographical configurations seas coasts Islands peninsulas mouths of rivers or canals of Mars with accuracy and we can an ticipate what district will appear iu the lens of the telescope for the length of the rotation of the planet is known to the hundredth part 6 t a second As the planet turns upon its axis more slowly than ours the calendar of the Inhabitants of Mars is composed of two consecutive years of COS days and a blsextileone of days It Is not uiauy years since Mars entered into the sphere of our obscrva lion And one can itlsa say thit there Is but a small number of the inhabit nuts of this world who have observed it In all its details and of those the most experienced Is SIgnor StTiIaparel II director of the observatory at Milan The geographical nail of tlie phruel Mars has just Leon made with infinite care by the above mentioned aatrpno mar One might really consider 1t1i terrestrial sphere of continents islands coasts penlnsulas gulfs waters More over clouds rains Inundations snows season winters and summers springs und autumns prevail us they do hero and time Intensity of the seasons is absolutely the same as with us the In clination of tho axis beng time same as ours Our problem of the habItability of tho stars is limited to observing the celes tial bodies upon which time conditions are such that org inl eil uuitter cit ex 1st in a durable form v In the piarict Mars the density of a cubic meter of watorv earth or any matter is only the seventeenth of what it Is here and the weight is only thrtyelght ouehundredths A kilo grant transported to Mars would therefore only weight 3tO grams there and a or woman weigh- Ing seventy kilos would only weigh twentysix there The years arc nearly twice as long as upon our planet and tlC cllwatologlcnl conditions ofccm much move favorable than they are loire The conditions necessary to lle are we know inultlfonii as the structure of time organic mutter Is so complicated Camille llammarion in harpers Magazine tJifThe Ilajsue of Women When the war between Japan nod Russia broke out the Jnpiinosp govern flout lid not desire the asslatnuco of foreign nursesIA certain number of American nurses went to Japan They were received with courtesy and compliments by the polite olllclals at Tokyo But the New York Medical Reeorjl says thntthc medical department of the Japanese army hiss been frightfully embarrassed by their attentions It declares that their Ignorance of the Japanese lan guage and their Inability tq pat Japr nncso fool rto live lu Japanese BtyJo have proved niralniost complete bar to their usefulness The London Hospital unfeelingly re marks Nurses should show more dis cipline when wars occur or they conic to be classed with the plague of women type Ralainj Trout Crop There ought to have been juorethan suggestion to sDine farmers with an avallnble water supply at hand in tho tank containing trout six ninths Qiip4 two pull three years oli shown by Lewis Johusau Son of West Urnttle boro Vi at the Valley fair Tho threeyearolds weighed two pounds apiece und at market value they tIre worth 150 each in season Mr John son claims that he Is making more train time sale of his trout each year than many a farmer gets from Ills en tire establishment Some raisers Insist that trout can be put on the market for the price of pork JnpKneea Anur Rations The inalh dependence of the Japa nese troops trathe Held is rice com pressed Into bllls about the size or ones two fIsts for the sake of making It more portable the instrument used for the purpose somewhat resembling a lemon squccjrer Before being con verted Into this shape the rice Is eoDked so that In case of emergency It molly be eaten without further prepara tion But ordinarily time bulls are either cut in slices und raistetj qr psp Jcpppwl whole jnto tho patt ylipn Jfl the process of boiling they expand greatly nccalllncr 9 Councilman Councilman J 1 Davenport of Los Angeles recently was removed from oillce under what Is known as the re call feature of tho cUyt charter Hiij successor was chosen at a special dee tiou The charter gives time electors of a ward the right to recall a council man who has acted contrary to their Interests Upon till prescntnibn of a petition to the city clerk having tie signatures of 10 per cent of the boaa tide voterj of time ward time council must then order a special election Vnnkeo DlacJaoketH In Loniloii London Is much Impressed by thp ah solutcly new type of Yankee blucjnekr cts seen In her streets Westminster abbey the Tower and other places Inte- lj They Avcre sailors from Admiral Jewells fleet on shore leave Hand some tidy well set up fellows going About with Bacdekcrs lu their hands jooklng up tho historic point of Jnloju eat they tiara delighted KagHshmcj by their intulllgefico uml nUJJular use ortheir prl vikfioi The Belt Belts da not scent so high as tliey were but they ute very pointed on the owcr edge and extend a little down tram the waist liujb This gives the long tapering pointed waist for which Jie revival of the Louis XVI models re responsible THE CORSET Placed on Trlri astt Found Guilty of Ilelnon 1reneil Physical Cultire magazine has put time cdrct on trial mind found It guilty of even more heinous offense tnaii most of Its ardent Imtera have over dreamed Here is the tree bill fatiud against this molder ot the feailnlue form by the magazine It lessens and sjaaoUmbs ruins the dIgestive POWrmm It restricts development of trie lungs to almost halt l1 fr norfiiulste- It destroys auaolutely the normal power of breathing It ultimately Injures and hlalccs shapeless flaccid and nerveless the flesh of time waist line It destroy the beauty lines tff the body of the limbs arms and bust by restricting nourishment by interfering with normal circulation and thus lessening vital power and by the continu ous unnatural support of the bust In an abnormal position It Ir absolutely bud tjrfr tVie tV rct fftlie af vcc9CS ie ulirr tj women from which every corset wear er suffers at some time in hoi life It gieatly Aveaken sometimes de strays or makes abnormal tIme lmistInt- of ccr It proiduces tumors and the Inflamed couditl jii from Avhlch women so often turn tji expensive antI dangerous op errtlonsi It catiios uerioiiB dlsplaconient It prevents the jeturn of tlie Acnous Obod froai parts below the Avals t iluc It wememut and sometimes kills uu born babies It Is one of time principal causes of marital miseries and divorces i FIVE YEARS IN TtfE iCE Fate ot n YoniijT NorwcsISn In tiio Arctic UlacIcrM Had Ole Sjostrons tomb of Ice on an arctic Island hi the Iloring sea remain ed undisturbed a hitnJred thousand years at Hie eW of that pondbrpus slrctclr of lime the face and form of Ole AvouJdfhavo iJDketl ns natimil and lifelike us ut the momunt bf the flsheV mans death Five ycafs ago this yopug Jsoroe gian SjpstrDii disappeared if rpm Barn noff station Nobody knew what be camd of him and finally people ceased to wonder A few weeks ago the body was found completely Imbedded hi t ke and thoroughly preserved that not even the slightest Indication of change had ret In Time barUentine City of rapotte arrlA ed fronii Itarahofl and the news of this remarkrfble discovery was brought 4ty her first mate Knule Petersftiu Five years In the ice said Peter sOIlhhJs not mantle a bit of difference In his appeirUicc When they found hlui he looked ns tthough asleep mil sure enough he was cold ly death even in are go than thp ordinary death man They suppose Unit he lay down on time jglsiccr while Intoxicated full fell asleep nail that after he lund frozen to death time lee formed over hm Strange as this story seem time incident te not strange to thom AVho know the arctic Ice 1eMs ISodlcs of the inaihmatlj time Elcphaa prlmlgciiu of an ancient epoch have been found similarly Imbedded In the Ice and so AveJl refrigerated that after a lapse of time which is rcgurdodas not less than 20000 years possibly a very modest estimate even the flesh of the animal was there Thk sailors Information about time finding of Sjostrons UoJy Iii mwigor hut it presumablo hunt Instead of being caught anti Imprisoned In tlu glacial Ice tho fisherman died on time sOft soil of the tundra and that ills body bqtamc covered up and frozen with Alexzmitder Torson formerly third mate of the City of Tapcttc disippear cd at Bsiranoff early this year anti hi old associates think that he like SJos trOUt mct death on a glacier that his Ixxljv Is rlieid unchanged aijd un changing In the ice probubly to aston Jsh discoverers in nome far later ceni turySAn American Francisco CWaChlcagoII i Iiiitoti 3In t Give Iincc Sir Thjomrts Lipton has unquestiona bly fouiid an enormous advcrilsoment In challenge for the Americas cup and In his frequent statements that means ty iry again There are heI chiefly cjn the other side Avho that there has bceu tnorc of t0 vd vortlser than the sportsman 111IIs vhole cilp ClpllfI sn anti of lute thisro have been Ijiillclitloua of n feeling aming BritIsh ynchtsnien that It 1sI time Cor him to stand aside und let thI ers try It Is also Intimated that Sir Th mas will llnd It dtalcult to ln ice a first rate designer t6 txmiimp anoth er challenger for him It Is made tolI crumbly plain tlmt others who would llketo challenge will do he is hi the field amid it IsnjthluWtlllII he will have almost culty In obtaining a club tltr4pimy- hzlcli tQphallengpjf jip persists In the taco of tho fccilug which exists Hart Cord Times JInJorlty Jury Verdicts Scvcvaj statest have laws permitting majority verdicts to be returned by juries In civil and criminal cases the concurrence of from twothirds to five sixths of the jurors being necessary The trouble wIth the proaent system Is that wl enjnr9rs refuje to sacrifice their convictions there lan costly and unnecesjiirytBagreement The cause of jnstlce Avoijlill be served by a two thlrdfj Aote in clvji wtSM and ajjffjic silxths vote In criminal eased Anoth er rdvatmt e to Le gjihieil by the lhauI t ivoultl he thjtthe7 corruption of jurOri then would UcVmaro blah jwito t tJiflth jlanscrona procejsj Kcw York Lroi3rt irt1Uisru1iefTrfi diJ pnltcr tIu Wcl1tn Ht iejttI tue Llv5rente Gazutte are try Ins t tblish for Wlliram Matthew son of W1iitatimoyi it to tc tltle ir BI Ji i iTav n3ii no CHHIKCU jiWly by CoIoncJ Cody V3tj ttLewsDn was known as Buffalo Bill long before Cody was heard of declare the Ga zettelbut Cody took the rfame anl made mtiuc and name out of It while MrtiicwsDi Bought nelthor Thorp Is notmli old seWer oil the boVacr hut kmus that Bill Mattliowson earncJ unit tot yeaivj cinlol the title that erward made Cody famous Plant Life Plant life Is much more tolerant than animal life of extremes of temperature growth having been observed In some Instances as low ns zero moat In other instances as high ns 72 degrees C It Is perfectly true that n freezing process toes not destroy life A fish or a frog be frozen solid and on rctbcwlng become quite lively again The seeds of plants can aciusilly un dergo for hours a temperature of liquid liydrogea the coldest temperature known end yet retain their geraiina live power I z CUTS OF BEEF Some Information For the housewife About Steaks and Iloaat nlneteeap1CCC8are in the dictionary Look at the list anti you will find the names tender loli and porterhouse two names that time inexperienced buyer has ol ways on his lips The porterhouse Is 9 delusion and a snare in ninetynine cases out of a hundred j The tenderloin is the thick part of the sirloin after a few round bone steaks ifaye been cut off and is called the filet de boctif It makes a choice piece for roasting but If not sold in a lump is cut into sirloin steaks of tlirce grades The first and second grades mire technically hip blr loin steak und flat hope sirloin steak Tiieae are the tenderloin steaks that time young housewife pays extra for There are not over six of each kind in one carcass so the chances are that slip pays her good nouoy for a third cut or round bone sirloin whit li ii4txrtr n capital stcrk rbicrhojK sttetat re cut fmoni De l small end sirloin steak amid onc car cass contains but a fenc of them In genious butchers understand the knack ofcuttlng thermal end slrlomm so as to thusenabllughouse prices Good beef lung a Jalcy or sappy ap pearance Avitha flue smootligniln which Is easily noticed rlmetnt bQth outside mId through time muscles presents a clear straw colored appear aimed The flesh should be cherry red When meat rises quickly after hein pressed It may be considered prime When the dent made by pressing rises slOAvJy or not at all depend upon It itliet beef is poor y SEWING TABLE novr One May lie FadzlonilOu ot Ordinary Wooden Doxcs Take three light wooden boxes sucm as can lo jyocuretl at any grocery store nil befng time mono length ami width One foot wide by two feet long is a conAcnfelit size Have tw of them three Inches and the other six Inches deep Use four upriglit strips for thefranfe and fasten the boxes one above time other to these corner pieces tle lover box Kelng nlrout nine Inches above time floor antI the others at such distance apart that flip1 top one is at a convcn now ToaiAKE A scrixa TABLE wh4msoatetlThel fancy as desired Uayo time deepest box at tbotop and Ct It with n hlngej covir Itcan be used to lolcls1OtU pecca of unfluish ed work as well as the pUcea of goods needed III tIe regular AvecIyl mending It shonl1 Ie lined with Suitable mate rial pockets being nwde on each side to hold materials for fancy work and a needle book amid somali pincushion t should he fastened to the lining ofthe cover The second box should be divided InI to compartments to hold spools scis ttinst time lower one has onehalt divided into small compartments to hold different styles of buttons the other half being left undivided to hold time tools and materials for stocking m JdhliWhen completed the whole affair should be stained with I1Jltick walnut staip and then varnishedi and casters be added or nut as doaired Wlmt h n Lntlt r A lady Ishimmply tle iiighcst type oft n Avomail She will Le geiile and mood curiosI1Ymace in tim social order as the divinely appointed molder teacher and wfiaer of men and out of this beautiful and noble place she wilt not seek tb move To lit herself for her place she will cul tivate body nnd mind the body In itoalth nUll vgor that she may tak her share or burdcirj mid be cheerful under them lid that her work in tho world shall tie ns fairly done as her hand CJin do It nnd the mind in knowledge accomplishment and laste that she be a dclfght and a help In her meAuierlcan Queen To GI can Jcrrclry Any Jewelry Voatalnlhg precious 8 tones not pearls may bo beautifully cleansed as follows Uluee it in ben zine then wash It In oap and water then In clear Avr tor to remove time soap and put it in n cloth for a little whie to drain Tlci dip In alcohol to evaporate nay rpuelnng water and leave It IB Jpwplera sawdust till per fectly dry Kitchen TStulM Kitchen tables are ro longer ponsld eretl tleslrable Avfcpn e ey contain only the one drawer ns hu year gone by Many arc quite elntonito pabinct af mules vvtlllfl Jl WPI cium luau four drawers AyiihUio lower ones rounding down to hold a AVholc bag of flour or tyonty pounds of sugar rqfrem armnii4 Monogram on towels ae m110 than they ffmfc been In former scg BO3Krnd owotuKU rlo tvi rJflBKl has evcpy towel liujul cmbraLlered Iin white linen on one coiner The plain face towel luiistltchwt and emhroUV erwl pltlbr with a monogram or with a alngJe initial nillll1 white in gopa fgrn FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will cure any case Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach pf medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE Evnnsvit1IIDdwith in kidney and bladder affection I lost flash and was unable to work Throe phrsiclans failed to help me and I was gIa up tq dlo Foler Kidney Cure was recommended and the firM boW rave roe ereat relief god after takloc Ute Boccui bottle I was entirely cured T1VO 5jzp 50 eI1aan 1QO- The mud You Have Always Bought awl which has becsi in use for over 30 years has born the gignatiupe if1 s and has beeamadeiui kpf bfrjMtw sonal supervision since its fattmey ft6ccstiM AhIownoonoodeee1veyoItb All Counterfeits Imitatteas and ustasirood re JM Experiments that trifle rithi and edaigerthe hemkbtie Infants and Children ExDerieace against ExperfaiMi What is CASTORIA it Cas oria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PPter t goric DroIfand Soothing Sjnrupj It is Pleasant TIvContains neither Opium Morphine nor other pNTareftic t substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Wf 1 and allays Feverishness It cures I Iarrhoca aWl WMi i Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoastipatUii y and Flatulency It assimilates the Eood rest th Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and JMttur riaef The Chadrena PaimceaThe Mothers JBri a Lr GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY I 4 Bears the Signature of TM MIon Hae Always Bought Ih Use For Over 30 Years mc CTAU5 ceaPasy y7 MvaeAyTttT aw vs stir i BUSINESS 1 HOR + HAND i a a a all over the United S a be mallei you s the year can enter at any time t E d j j feAM SULLIVAN President WQ freas 1 EC fL l1 4 v lL MAIN STREET 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