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New llhiir b 50 WASHINGTONLCOtWTLJ 15 1904 f s1A1iI11 I pI y jjp t h kkIL YDON BrTgQXlsONLJr r4 F 011 l 1 WD EMBALMERS Carry in stock all kinds of Funera gVFplfov PHONE 53 b OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFJTBIiD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south Last o iexia ton 59 Miles from OUisviUe on Bardstown branch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad in armIng and agricultural district Banks telegrraiJh and telephbPe i ivOlUnes expressofllCes flour mills lumber yards PopuatiOn j1OOpOpulatiOU of = county 15000 Representative iu Congress Hon ii H Smith HodgejavilleKy Representative in Kentucky Legis lraturc Hpn W Do Claybrooke i Represcntatiyc inState Senate Hon rgatrf Lancaster Lebanon KY County iiircctoryk CIRCUIT COURT r Circuit Court begins on the fourth MVoaday in February May and Octo b3r t V- jlHThurman Judo reDurhath GomrajOnHvealth At toniey 11 F M Campbell Clerk iG Lcachrnafl5MStCr Commiss aer COURT gjQuarterir i Court is held on the third Joddayin each month T B II titsey Judge ttf P COUNTY COURT County Cvirt meets oh tbeAourtbI Monday in e ch mouth BXLritsey Judge W F Booker County C1 rkji T SMayesCounty Attorney George GatletttJailer Byron Croake Sheriff RichurdIsham iSidneyt osbornef Deputies jirRREdYas f James F Moore County Surveyor 0 JI Royalty Assessor T P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer- j5l Montgomerycoroner J w Bush Sapt of r Common S rsPo Springfield ClTYeOURT James RNoePblicei Judge j hn GfJiSJ tft3l ltv W F Grigsby City Attorne- yp17 JUSTICE COURT Jn tice Courts are held1 January April July and October t2= = Church Dirertory x iiTt JK METHODIST CHURCH RevJC Hoskinson Pastor Ser vices on the Firstand1 Third Sundays in each month atll am and 730 PIn SHndaySchooleverySuuday atlOam Prayert mcetingivevery Wednesday tibt5 CATHOLIC CHURCH Kev P F Hehnessar Pastor Ser and 10 oclockevery Sunday at r Services at St Rose same hours f j CHRISTIAN CHURCH iyi elix Pastor Service iiMd and fourth Sunday is each i th f SBT1IiIt lgE QHDRC- FsBi t T i ttimer Pastor t tiifkcWuf evty Sunday at 11 am ayLat 7 pm Sunday school every ikliSiayat lOam Prayer meeting Thursday evenln4at 7 oclock iiJdJnAPUSTC IURCII kiyvWm HarrilonyiJ1iamlStPasto I rlachirjgiexery Sunday at 11 am ifit Er 715 pm Sunday School every diY t9 30 a is Prayer meeting- irer TIdY etening at 715 slockl f r1fY fra1ernalf ft5 MASOSIC LODGE SpringCeid lodge JKo SO meets first and third Mouday HB ytch month n J Washu ton RA Chapter Kp 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council ilo 52 meetson every tourh Monday KviCJatS of liat M ACASEES Meet relY first Wednesday in each non SSSS L 4 1 IBHVERkk i N 2 1 1 I 1S i I aJ r yI ItFoIiie bybC J flay oi- hL A KSFariSShW nW lroW i Of TALK jJ MM t1 qfhMIn Shopping Like armies on ihvasion belit Descending deparlnjent storpsr flThefl ItBefore 11And11 t And load themselves with heavyweights And let their bundles fall And push and pun and kick and squirmSAnd slam ajfalnst the v all The fat the lean the shprt the tall The big and little too They mingle in the mighty fray A frantic fighting creW nd all desire to task at once Andthat is what they do They jab each other in the ribs And goutre each others eyes And pound each other black and blue t Nor stop to sympathiz They riot through the stores in droves To bluff and tyrannize They struggle madly to and fro And mingle in the fight And every woman in the bunch Is soon a perfect fright And majijr have some threecent toys t When they get home at night t Chicago Chronicle cr HEEP AND DOGsThe an Jnual winter raids of the sheepkilling dogs have com mencedand farmers in the coun ty have begjun to suffer the loss t of members of their sheep herds through the depredations of a lot of worthless cu rs which arett allowed to exist in the hands of owners who are too shiftless to t take the proper care of them One 1 of the most recent as well asthet most severe losses from this cause is reported by Messrs Nat Campbell and Sam Bottoms the two enterprising farmers living about twomiles south of town They had an unusually fine flock of sheep which was raided one night last we6k by dogs andtout of the flock of 42 fine sheep there only remains about ten or twelve which escaped death or maiming by the savage animals This sheep and dog problem is one which has been the cause of much legislation and much pub- Ic discussion to say nothing of 1thestartEd In other states some good laws have been enacted whereby the farmer and sheep owner is in a degree protected from the sheepkilling dogs of his less thirfty neighbor But such is not the case in Kentucky and past history has been that it is fatal to the political aspirations of a legisla tor from the rural district even to propose a dog law in theTKen tucky legislature After all its a poor citizen who will knowing ly harbors a sheepkilling dog knowlItbe convinced of the fact A state license tax on all dogs would certainly rid Kentucky of a large lo pf worthless curs and it does not seem reasonable that the owner of a good dog would object to a reasonable tax on his canine but the dog tax law as a proposition bas never beenrett ceived with enough support toI make it effective Trps AND DOWNS The to 44 V baccb grower has perhaps by this time been brought to a point where he will believe noth ing until like the man from Missouri he is given ua sight There have been given out so many different reports concern ing the success or failure of this or that venture which would in fluence the market price otto bacco Much has been talked and written about the movements of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association The tobacco growers of this county have watched She ups and downs of this scheme with varying hopes and fears They believed that the formation and success of the association would meat better prices for tobacco in the growers hands Washington county farmers ex pressed their faith in the move in a mostpractical way andi of the crops in this have been signed by the Last week It was out by the promoters of IKgiven that everything all right and that the to baccowould behandled as agreed i w J 4r I f o rfJltIi r 1Hf4 NEWSLEtDCftI k ij f isi i + r Yf 4t 2 z i r j- i t i i I I J SPRINGFJELD ffJBKTTJdKY DECEMBER Ii ttoipson UNDERTAKERS aQUARTERLY AMERICAN UCTj iUIW th1WI- 3ROUND ii I CThey Irment But thing have changed jindit now looks as if the BuileyAso LiO W notb ready for business this seaspn The latest to the hopEs and plans of the association was given last week when the Louisville To bacco Warehouse Co announced that it would have nothing more rto do with the scheme Left without storage facilities and the cooperation of the Louisville Public Warehouse people thej Burley Association can do but little It is true tliat they are negotiating with the Louisville Public Warehouse Co for stor age but there are difficulties to be 1tsucccontracts made with the growers by the Burley Association are expiring In fact the day on which the deliveries were to be made December loth has come and no obacco hasbeen received The grower who signed contracts with the Burley Association are thereforti released and arc free to sell their tobacco Vt6 whom they please v t ic OOD EFFECT The Burley SX Tobacco Growers Association even though it proves a failure in its organization is not without its beneficial effect in favor of the tobacco growers of the county The ttgitation has caused a very appreciable advance in prices The grower bavin contracted a sale of his coat a Certain figure in advance ofi former years does not feelEatisfied to accept a lower price and is consequently holding out forthe advance and in many caseshe is getting it The Continental Co or as it isI known now the American Tobacco Co1 4s in th1fild15uying and itis offering prices which ire satisfactory to tht seller which means highei prices A great many growers however ire making the mistake df OX pectin too much Afters all this agitation some of them ave set their figures at a high notch and many will get loft There is 9 matferial advance in tobdcco prices howevor and we are glad to see it The farmers deservo it I Fiibt W lI b Bitter Those who will lersstiu clos Leg their ears against the contin ual recowmendtttionofDr Kings New Discovery Tor Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ehtiect earlier by fa alllerrnmaUdu Read ciatT R Ball of Beall Miss has to savList Jail my wvfe had every symptom of con SuaPtiOj She took Dr Kings New Discovery after evertiiing else hd failed Improvement came ut once and four bottles entirely cured her1 Guaranteed by CJ Haydon Druggist price 50c and 100 Jrial bottle free DealnessCiDiiol BeCoS bjr loerxlapplicahonsl as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car There is bnly ono way to cure deafC ness a dthat iis by constitutional remedies Deafness iig caused bat3 inflamed condition of the mucous nlj ingof the Euslachiari Tube When j rlinr iStthepan stored to its normal condition heating will be destroyed forever nine cases out of tenare caused by Caturrh conjditionWe will give One Hrnnrcd Dallars for any case orDeafncss fcausedby catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Care Send for circulars frocj O1SoldFamily PiUs for Constipation SFarms For SoIctV- e j have farms for sale nearly iiril every county in Kentucky Write us for our list of farms It costS you nothing to buy through us Now is thu time to list your farms for sale Write us for our plan of Celling through local agents over Kentucky and adjoining States We also sell stores hotels mills andttn COLUMBIA FINANCE TRUST Co Farm and Business Opportunity Djpti Lcuisvillc Ky e Democratic Primary In Mercer The Mercereounty Democratic primary elect ion PaSS dlff quite ly esulting in thefoll wing nom Biititon for County Judge John W ntfghes lot Repersentalive J T Royalty for Sheriff Jpbrt 1 Fors the forJsiilar 1 y Board for Assessor Lee Cole than for Superintendent of schools Miss Qra Adams The race for County Jud e Sheriff were hotly contested the iormer Judge Hughs al1qII Judge Roach tTieTpTe seh by over 200 majority Miss Adam for Superintendent poll ed the llargest vote of any candidate i defeating H H Walker tbe incirraban by over 300 ma jorittttr Head AM to Bntfrd flcvfi c l1llsA1te III had a severe bilious attack and felt like my head was about to but vdien T gpt hold of a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet I tock a dose of them after supper and the next daJ felt like new man and have been feeling happy over smoG Eays Mr J W Smith of Juliff Texas For billions ness stomach troubles and constipa tion these Tablets have no equal Price 2 cents For sale bj Haydona drugst9rc Reontlon JffluhIlllit A surosign of approaching re volt aud serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleepIer ness or stomacll upsets Electric Bitters will quick ley dismember the troublesome causes It never ffails to lone the stomache regulate the Kidneys and Bowels sti mulate the Litrand clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usan tending aches vanish udder its searching and thorough effective DOSS Electric Bitters is only 50c aqd that is returned if it don give perfect satisfaction Guaran Lead by C J Haydon Dryggist LETTERLISr Remaining uncjUod for thet ell log of the week DecOtH 1J04 Jehn Bulander Ernest Ackrson Miss Josie Arnold 11111eo teD Chatman Miss Joe Cooper W A Dqnnahpo Mrs Jj B Mar shill John McClorincn Richard Higdon Miss L Lottye Miss Aline Nixton Authur Neilsbn Miss Ella Reed Mrs Lula Pary fobn WRichson Zqy Pope Prink L Schafer Andrew Tho mas apd J L wiliianrs Persons caning ror tnese letter Win please say advertised and sjivq date of list WA Abaters P Beware of CDQDierieils Witlds the only genuine Witch lizcl Salve writes L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for PilcviGute and Burns for years andcLn recoinnicnd it to be the Salve on the market Every family houlil keep it as it is an hivaluajjle hlouschold remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush NI Y SAYShI bad a fever sore on my inkle for twelve years that the doctors could dot cure All salves nnd blood emedlcs proved worthless I could ol walk for over two years Finally I was pe5suaded to tryDsWitls Witch Hazel Save which has completely jurcd Inc It is a wonderful relief LJeWitta Witch JJazel Salve cures lyithout leaving a scar Sold by all Iruggists 0PUBLIC SALE Having decide to go soiithI will on vEDNESDAY DECEMBER 28 Sell to tlio highest bidder the felloving described property One good farmmare in foall 1 good family mare 1 cow and calf 3 milch cowf3 dry cows due to calvein early sp int 1 McCormick binder 1 Bbckeye mower 1 surrey 1 buggy 1 disc iiarro v 1 Brown cultivator otherjimplements household and kitchen furniture consisting of stacktoffoddor 25 or 80 bushels of wheat and some sheaf oats Also one 4 year old Jack TERMS All sums 010find under cash itf baRd and over that 12 months note negotiable and payable in bank J R MAYES Col R E Whayne Auctioneer I when you need a pill H fa ahvays best Ito buy the best Dadas Little Liver a t Thetdons Pharmac TdWI Pt perty4St1 I The riewelictricir plant the city hall engine bouse and avacat t lot belqgintohe city pf HariodsSurg wtr isold at the court house door Monday by the sheriff to satisfy a judgmnt ofI lO3y9 GO apai st the own in favor of theWater Coppany All were brcught by Charles Storch Iof Lexington The light plant put in about a year ago costing over20000 brcujht 650Q the city hall went for 5600 the eq ginehouse brought 607 and the ot 6 Om 8 jiGwhch isl 572 short of the idcbt The p opcrty was appraised before the sale as follows L12000 for the light pant8120Q for the engine house 1000 for tbe city hall and 300 for the lot MrStorch probably represented purfIchase One of the attorneys for the town did not seem 11 the least worried by the sale and said that it amounts io nothing that the only way the Water Company can collect the judj meqtc to brip suit against tfe town and compel the cocncill to levy a tax for the purpose of pay ingthe judgment Harrodsburg herald or Interest to Mothers Thousands of little ones die ever er of croup Most of them could have been sav d by a fey doses of Foles Honey andTar and ever fitnily with children should keep it in the housej It contain s no opiates and is safe and sure Mrs George H Picket San FranI dECO Cal wpites II My bab had aI danperous attact of cronpe and we thought she would choke to death but one dose of Folevs Honey and Tar ret lievcd her at once after other remedies had failed We are never a minute without it in hehoase For sncbv Wood Campbe NjJ Jtf rajuffiu if you are troattled with indigestion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and sc bow quickly it will cure YOU Gco A Thompson of Spencer la says Have had Dyspepsia for twen years Mycas was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommen ded and lased a few bottles and it is the only thing that has relieved mc Would not be without it flavc doc tored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodoll Dyspepsia Cure is the oniy remedv that has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every person suffering with indigestion or Dyspepsia should useiit Sold by alt druggIsts For cracked hands cbapp ed lips and rough skin Pinesalye is the nicest quickest best cure One application in one night pi oVeg it Sold by Haydons Phrrmacy Bad Accident While returning from Lebanon Monday Will Hamilton who lives on the Calvary road just back of the National cemetery met with a very painful accedent He had been in town on County Court and had purchased a horse which he was leadiug home He was in his buggy and had the hitch rein of the horse he was leading hung over his hight thumb Suddenly he horse he wasdriving shied and plunged to the left of the roads thumb was drawn violently against one of the supporters o the buggy top and the first joicf of thp member horibly wrenched from its socket The thumb was also broken between the firs and second joints and ro badly that tile bones protuded from the skin Mr rJ Carrico who was a few yard m the rear assisted himi to town wberea physician dresped his wounds William suffered greatly from his injury Monday nights and the doctor hopes to save the thumb though it may become necessary o amput afe it Lebanon Enterprise A Ooslltfistc B under ate fecmetiimfs ye y expensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youllneverbe wroug if yon take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troudles They are gen llo yet thorough 25c at CoJ Haydons Drug Store BllUOI Colic Prevented Take a dqnble dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threatened at tack may be Yarded off Hundreds of people use the remedy in thts way v1th perfect succtss For sale by Haydons Drugstore llmtte Early Risers TIM ffamout little pill j Ilj I IC I r onerorfor some time by JcTcal parties l week1by tractorland1inted that there there will be a million half feet of the timber rtnw iJt It consists of popbr oak aBHimrSjwiUi some young hickory MarlQtrOP- will at ince begin to utilizefttiei purchase by moving a saw mill tq the place and putting A forcfe otmen at work to cut it The lumber will besbipped totheir Springfield yards nil much of II will be used in the building operations in and aroundSpring ned v j SETTLED Sherriff Byron Crkoke and his deputies were kep buy the closing days of last month receiving taxes from those tax payers who desired to settle before the penalty was ad ded andwho yet put it off until the last day Sheriff Croake sent a check in full to the auditor for the taxes due the state at the first of the month and has recei ved hTs quietus He has also settlqd with the county fur the aniount of taxes due it Oar cleversheriff is to be commend ed for his promptness in these settlements which promptness is hot always obssrved by sheriffs in othsr counties Fe has paid to the stata thIS year 17180 38 audIo the county about S36 000 GOOD PRICE The Lebanon Enterprise says E N Hundley of this place soldto H M Moss of Springfield agontfor the Am erican tobacco Company form erly the Continental 2000 Ibs standing Burley lliisyears crop at lOt cents per Ib The crop was grown on 20 acres an income of 105 per acre on one years product alone Thats digging goldoutof the sure enough Mr Hundley isv one of the tobacco growers of this county who re fused to sign the Home Growers contract for the reason be says that ttic Continentalbelieves in fair treatment of the farmers and puts the belief in pratice by pay ing top pIices CII NGEsTl1ere will proba bly be a number of changes to take place at the first of the year among the local business firms Mr TF Parjrbtt who runs a harness shop in the Searcy Block is to close out business and the room will be occupied by Alex Adams as a barber shop It is probable that H M ONan Jr who occupies the corner store under tlje NEWSLEADER office will cldse oujt his grocery business Mr Gilbert Car penteri announces his intention of opeting a butchers shop in the building recentily occupied by Mr S Roberts DIE IN BARDTOVNThe- remaits of Mrs Polly Peters who died in Bardstown on the 10th inst vere brought through here Sunday and taken to Mackvillfc for bu rial Mrs Peters was 88 years f agejand had been almost a life oigrsident of Mackvillc About four ears ago she wet t to Ba metIithJl7 ers Baict Scalp shiny and thin The its probably too late You negle ted dandruff If you had only taken our advice you would have cured il Hair Vigor the Dandruff savedyour hair and added much to it If not Entirety bald now is your opp jrtunity Improve it I baTe usei Ayer JlalrYljtOr for Ter to years I am 911 ara old and hne a 1ea1 JrrowUtofrteh lalr due I think c Ural to Lyer nalr Yloor Ins t A XEirn BlleIlle Iii too a1iotUe JCUXCOA- lidru at for1nwel JIM Good Hair age Mrs Peters has 7 oneotber son Mr James Peter who iis somewhere in the Wfstf She has a largls number of relatives living m J theMacJcviI1OneighborbCoLS Running like mad down the street dumping the occupant or a hundred tjier accidents are over day dccurences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve bandy and thorenone as alvefBurnsCJes r HaytdonsDrug 4 Bees I3 atiye Hciiey and Tar isa impuooemeht over all Cough Lunfj and Bronchialremedies It acti on the bowels diives the cold put of esys tem Cttfes Croup whooptnglJough wards off phentnoula and strengthens the lungs BeesXaxativc Ioney ant Tar is the best Cough Uyrup for dud ren Tattesgbpd Sold by Haydons Pharmacy I PUBLIC SALES Having rented my farn for the year 1005 Ii yriHl on MONDAY DECEMBER 19 at 10 oclock am sell to the highest bidder at my home In Springfield KYn the following property One pair of w rk mules ore year old horse mule 1 pair yearling Jiorse mlJh sone 8year old farm mare 1 5 year old mate 1 2year old bay geld ingjjl mare and coltj 1 combined horse 8 milk cows 3 dry cows will be fresh in early spdngJj jersey bull iO head yearling steers 10 head yearhog heifers 5 head weanling calves 3 sows and pigs B brood sows due to pig in Marqh 10 90 Ib shoats 50 barrels of corn 3 or 4 tons timo thy hay In stack a lot of baled hay arid farming implements of all kinds TERMSAll sums of 5 and under cash Over that amount 6 months time with note negotiable and payable in bank with 6 per cent interest JOHN Y MAYES Col R E Wbajjne Auctioneer Bigamy auS Forjery- Bigrtmy and forgery is tile very serious charge which Arnold Royalty of the Buhon vicinity must anwser to before the courts if be can Ibe captured A warrant for his arrest was taken put Wednes day and placed n the hacds of Shoriffi Ghiun for service but as yet thaofliccrs have been unable to lo ate him On January 23 1904 Rnyaliy procured a marriage license from County Clerk Poteet to wed Mis Zorie Vandtvier and shortly after the marriage he abaudoned her and baS never lived wfilh her since A sbbrt time since hild was born to the deserted woman On llast Friday December 2 Royalty appeared at the County Clerks office in company with Miss Hester Royalty and applied for a license to marry her The young man gave his name as PrinceRoyalty arid thus signed it to the marrage bond Prince Royalty is a brother of Arnold Royalty Miss Royalty appeared to be only about steen years of age but she made affidavit to Mr Poleet that she was born1 July 1 ldmpkefberI were married hi this city The bride is a cousin to the man she married and has been jmaking her home with the family of MrJQhn Fors the It is saifl that she was well aware of the fct thBtp Roy alty had a living wifa and wasi married under the assumed name of his brother IItis behved that Royalty has for parts unknown but a flit igentEearcb will be madf andey ery effort made to bring him to jjnstice There sismslittle chance t for him to escape the pniten tiary if ht is caught Harros burgDemocrat Piiieules 1is the naatt of a newr covery pnt tip in a niq W cure for alt KidneyBW- ciIeaseiad eyerfor PitteuIesrelleyeB push perman a remedy kj IfEAU a the Most rXV 1 I Important 1t The manufacturers of Jtpyalj 1 Baking PpwdeY have hid 46 r years ofscientific experience Every inethod of breadatw I caKe raising has been exfcaus tivdy studied in this couhtryand abroad r The result is a pcrfectprodi tjr t in Royal Baking Pow rPTl is e tutcor j The purity and c r Royal Baking Powder tovfe been commended by the higfceifc authorities of the world rl Ths facts mean two irnpor f tant things to all hou ckecpcrs v 11 RrshtilatlKIIIt crMbgiikr5a WWI aid tl t Sectwl xnukt Ittjti w tar rtvMr JM1ie IIMeI I ROYAL =15 Ill It ABSOLUTEtY it IPURE t L = o AfWe fii Will iJBtoiy r t Hemry Dorsej ftejaoI4 zirti markable old colored IBM who rdied at Bloomfield on tbt 16jlof November bad an iaterMtiiic stcyy connected with hip uteJHe was the valet of Dr I rstf of Yazpo City Mi s irbo mil rnid asisterof Mrs Stwrett IWdNancy Stone ojt NelikMi cosMy After the death of Dr Itar fjr the faithful colored iman wM brought Jp Kenlttctt b MrJi Nancy DorweI Henry vaa strictly oHJ Hi came ottiguarlialfDrDor seys cbildrend r qm itei kin toallawbirnbyhiself iI s1 toIdto cross the nvtr jtp iWlkkM asit was just about thead jot the SlruIKII bet eetUi n1aaa fithe grey and h w fcr if tIeid No jJia tj visit my whiMt folk wbo ltivs cared for me M rMMkwaj Mpjftr1 + a14 would never wuttto 11 ay face klfntJi He was sold twio i ue liM Osi time to Dr DrMlfor f1600f TheUaslVime to the Docbr wifii forfiloOO At ftn iioM he 1rM hired to partieaiaYiaooCItylsr 1300 ayoarusiaoL TlMi mono wa gives kut sad JM came La LoviUirtand rodetohSo MISIOSP J te where Mrs Bor y lwd placid the aimyimj b riiiB4 fAnother eTiowic he wt m honest old slave For mmy JIlTS M WM cbtrf cxk at tMGI Ho t od tht Louisville Hoial Be WjM r lelknowncracIsr in Lsi J Jfivilie as hi was evsr r4y W- serveehoOe1achei tt theyo i folks and as Kbe wiur V 4f5cianpUy the rioliu fo the For the pait tea years hifyooaf mistres who w ipdpvlar w of Bioomleld reusied iii IwitblUI poyKQLtCky oJft L I Twalit FWj j Fote7 aCOChic o frtHOMJ ani Tar a a tUroat and ln ft remedy ad fJCIOtIt of the j i f merib aipopt1rItyt IrBItsdd Tar wauy imitatkm are offerwd f r the geiit6ne Ask tat rnl Arf- Honer ad TAr awl r1s11a7 M tuteof rd ai ii other r t wiIIgiv4i th aas sa4 tmiUiy ahyJt IoaadLiafeitlur ch4dvesa t1pfrsoM Jor Mlp fcjr Ifoo4 4- rwi r jjIt JY crotpIi j f oui at thi fMUNm rthe jrew The y lead to pacBnpinia or consumption You aan prevent or cure all such pUidts With flees Laxative Honey and Tat an improvement oyer sal and r- Tt w wri 1N TJk 1I I NEWSLEADER 7LIaD jyaay UlDA- YI A YKAR IN ADVAMOC 4 SPftUIGHBLD KY ft L bAV1IQP liJrt ZfJZl1N- I1r 1 t M r ad potlU itr IIfraMt 4dorl cI 1 us uthu tJ I r Unswr tQ 0 p1W tht 1 t1 A47 o JrO 5190I117lI B VY c Iiir circ0 This it iwb Df Trillin weathert i VMM i every MI taking ad vsMss oTifcI Ibe majority of S tIysar aOViIg out of the tieiibborbood t 11 r ifr Jr P M4a1M IOld to Jessie MilUr 50 bo oorm at 50c Mr Joe 131andfordj4Y 81 aY SiltL relations wtk Mr Albtrtirtreatey of Kansas 1W has come home to spend hwGhrittujM lidaY with his- other Mrs Settle Wbeatley Jill Roert Wheitley and Wife WJtlMldMrl parent and- NlIIJ B Hill Thursday btTaralof the young people friE MM aiteadcd the plays at sryz be8tb iiPUSLIO SALE vHaylrf Mto fl1OVQ south 4 dlf liot tcW privately before 4wU1o MMteY Pecemfcer 26 1904 4 offer foc aleraj tore house wbiettiaretlW with secured notes pjbiE qwirterly for 400 per 3sr Al o marie comriio iiwisiwellin house and lot on llaim Street known as the Thur M ltoase l i I tJ G MANSFIELD fotice Tfce Mrm of O M Williams Co ofJ4ap3e Ky have turned over to me for collection all of JIIIIIII their notes accounts etc All persons owing this firm will pleeee call at my office aud settle- S ec Owing to their heavy loss by fire their business must 10 be settled at once W F 6KIGSBY Ali y for G M Williams Co L Jfctfcc Ti iNitcrs We the undersigned hereby n ifrpne ndaJl hunters that jrio hunting5 win be allowed on i rur farms Violators will be- proecutedjor tressp s G C Donahue E D Kelly Jr CL Grundy f WNEhliott- TAGinndyk iW G Grundv GGTuckerl ot S P Derringer- Jllee a4iiieitnge- t Boll l ilfn pint of rice in as little WAtqr ns possiblg till all the grains lose their form and become a soft mass Next put it into a sieve drain e iietprc out all the water Tlien re tHTB It 1q tliei nucepau and mix It with a large half pint of ricli milk and qvartcr of a pound of powdered sugar Boll lt again till the whole Is re dHced tGa pulp Then remove from tbevMre Md stir in vhlle hot a win- eglHl of water Dip molds Into coW water then fill them with the rice awl set them on Ire When quite linn aM cold turn out the blancmange alld Mfre it in dishes with a sauce t1Irecaot sweetened cream flavored with iwtmeg or it may be eaten with bolted IcBBtard or wine sauce If pre ferred the blnncmnnse cnn be mold ed te breitkfiist cups Always dp the m1dsl in lukcwatm water for a mo jMtiit before turning out The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist 1iPsPvLc tt wlaiat JTtflt iz 11 1 IIIIINI a eue prevailing lto this flwtaby HMK dMfwrpuc because so dcep H bysbtIddneyQbeSevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cdt 37 cell of the blood tbr albumen es MM NMHiigj 6Vw 64mJliurNij H msH W j I I ItII I ftappeIta Atnon the County People I iJ pRtported by out Corresjromrents iJ ftIUn 1IJ1JJ 1S fq 11JPlJ1 tSWk ftun msntnntnnnn5b Pleasantl Grovo J T3Gregory and V7m Clem enU left Monday for Lexington irhere they w ll attend a mee- tingof th6 Tobacc Growers Association Mr ssrs Harvey Sweeney and Frank Peters of Lebanon were here to visit friends Sunday MrG A Dohcneyof Lebanon was here las6week to attend the sale t f his farming imp mpl1ts iingIMr Byon Paiks has rented the stable and lot belonging to Keene Bros and will erect a handsome office on it Master Julian Gregory vis vsi ting his auVt Mr Bruce at Edinburg indo Messrs Juhn Polin and Frank Willett attended the entertaiu men of the St MaryR colege Mr Dud Shehan sold his er tirQ cropof tobacco to Ben Lake of SpringneJjtOJJSSQO Mr Slwh nwitonce move to his new home which he purchased from John Riley Messrs Frank Willett and Win Grigsby attended the box supper Simmstown Thursday evening Frank was awarded the cake for- beingthe handsomest boy present The Poor Town literary club will givei an entertainment at the Grove school house on Tuesday December 27th The program will b e annovnced In the next iissue of this paper All are cor dially invited to attend Like the Jamb that strayed from the fold on a cold wintert night and was only too glad to come into the Shepherds care was Dr Rodman Williams who has returned from Maud jind decided to never again be tempted to the land of strangers by the gilt edge promises of others which contain nothing buthhit air He will erect a handsomq office in Poor Town and that village can bo proud of him as a citizen for a time to come Miss Sallie Pitzserald and Mr Robert Montgomery of Valley Hill will be married at the home of the brides sister Mrs Mattie Drasqo at this place Mitt Leachman Jr is out again after a short illness of typhoid fever Several of the Grove boys attended the mock trial at the Har desty schoolhouse Thursday eve Mr Wm Ewenof Perryvlle was here last weel to visltbis sister Mrs L M Gresrory Forest View Mr Al Wheatler of Kansas Ci y is again treading his natve hi1I and making himself so very agreeable wth his polished manners and handsome appear ance Mr Jo Banford wife and children of Davi ess county are tho guests Qf relatives and friends in arid around Forest View spenlIastPius Nally Mr and Mrs Joe Blarfoid entertained a numb r of relatives and friends at their bautiful woodland home a few days since A few davssince iin company with afr1endwe visited the summit of Rip Shin Ridge and were hghly deiighted at the gazeOldgreat waii of China seetre to reach clear across the State The mountains and cedars atound Lebanon New Haven and old Rohars Knob were looking lovely in the setting sun We advise the readers of the good old NEWSREADER to ascend Rip Shin and view the landscape Mr Joe Smith and family will in a few days move to Ray wicki lMarion county Jpe Blanford sold to Mr Thos Thompson of Marion county five hepdx mule colts for S7O each and one mule to Rsy Smith for i3t WttO6ry n sold to Thoma marejfor l Al Smith bought of Bb Or gies a cow and calf for 20 Wjll Smith sold Tho Wbeatlr a mule colt for t5QIWill Blanford bought a mue lTbel iflockt it 10 aud crippling 11 moro Hillsbord Z P Leachman and Flfcl1 Godby have returned froni a business trip to Bloomfield Hogkillirg is about over und now the frying of sasuage is tie prevailing order We have had an excolent sea son rot tobacco stripping awl a rusn is being made joy the farm ers to get their crops ready Jor market but it is likely row that only those who have small crops will be able to get them read jj to sejl 36 fore Christmas- W C Dudgeon was out Sunday wearing an unusual broad smile He sass that the fever no longer causes him any trouble or loss of sleep- Capt Settles is quite a fre quent isitor to Willisburgr Won der what is il e causa 0 well tim corespondent from here an no nced last week some Weddings in that vicinity soon So we need not be su prised at the Captains actions Mr Whitiker of Brookville and Tyler Brothers of this place sold their tobccco to John Armstrong at private picEs Mr Brothers wil move in a few days tto his farm near TathciT John Armstrong and wife ViE ied relatives in the Fair View community Saturday and Sun day Ope of our young men a bash ful Nimrod went a hunting the other rtay and shot about forty five times and got one paice jpff game a rabbithe lound settin His best girt is very jubilant now over the chances of getting a nice JCmas present from the re suits of his hunting C vV Oderthe popular mer chant at Fen wck had his foot badly mashed while aiding in p1tirJg up the new mill at that place It seems that his foot was in some way caught id the wheel of the engine and whip iiV is not serous it is very panfu and he will be compelled to use crutches for a while Mis3 Annie Legs on will assist him in the store Hugh the twoyear old child of Mr ana Mrs S H Crook was badly burnt on last Wednpsday e 7eningtlIH other children were popping corr and the little fellow aimed to pass betweettlsem and the tire and in so doing nis clothes caught tire Mrs Crook who was in another room heard his screams and rnclitd to his rescue and In extinguishing the Ore she burnt her Own hands but it was by her own courage and prompt action that prob ibly saved the litte fellows life The child proved not to be burnt as budlj as wad thought at first and up to present iis doing nicely Mrs Jas W Settles who stiff ered stroke of paralysis sorre weeks as o is some btter at this writing and whi i she may novel fuliy recover control of her speech it is now t1ought she will recoverTrom the effects of the present stroke We look forward lto Thursday as the best mltrt day for iit brings us the NEWS LEADER tilled with the latest and best newin fact alrcost everything that Javmera Ire interested in and while it is spoken of as oneof the best papers in the State we hope to see it even better in the future and to be placed in more homesthe coming year We will now wish iits editor and its many readers a merry Christmas LILAC SWiIJisburir Oh mv so many people fiid fault wih the mews paper if their name isnt in the paper ery week they will borrow tome ones paper glance ovor it and throw it down and say There is nothing in the od paper But riiiiIWhen on the Lookout rSfe For Christmas Presents Buy Spme thIng Useful Goto Graves JeWelry W Store W iUEREARH A riSii uolirU ARTICLES I perIl berry spoons at 750 o2 Toilet cases and brushes 150 to 81 Watches 2 to 18 p- Souveniev III Spoons jf Lf Chains and Fobs Rings Stick Pins and all v Jewelry J V JAMS i1 JGRAVES l I SXAKD 1s1 S lbIt1 S X T Y o our fri nastn other states apr reciate Our couriy piper ff the people lura dent f We quoted to tipersonXyhd hudbeen visiting i- nanotbtate some hapPEn nks Vj1UetHtyW ay they said saw batiULI1INEWLEADEg Yes jndee46 Jrfriends all over lie tToio jiead the NEWS LEAD ER Longli valhe NEWS LEADER MisaRayWI1of Polin has been spendng tbepcek with her grand parens M and Mrs A no Wels SMiss Lizzc and 2Unjhe Shir ley have been quite Hi for sever al days bit we are glad to rerb t ten better We always look for the Hiilsbo ro letter and are disappointed if Lildc id not present with his spicy tfewar Mr T A Wilson was alTeTTo FarcoJsdurg llast week on acejuntt of the death of bis mcther Mr Edrt Ferris eotertaine3 quite a number of young people wi h his graphphone at the homo of Miss Liltie Blackerbys lust Saturday We appreciated the music v ry much call again Mr Paris Rev Walden preached toa hrge crowd ut this place last Sun day He was also caled to preach another year at this place this being his third year Mrs Hines and daughter of Ltlsey altendol church at Iris pace last Sunday Mrs Hinos ncoved her membership from Billsboro to this church She is a splendid worker in the church and we are glad tto have Inr vith us 4 Valley Hill The wheatl is a brger crop or- t least a larger acreage thai th last crop wh eh was fur superior to expctilion Rye is alst look iing wellI tp Jrave stood such a severe dry weather test The rain has et1ableIthe farm ers to strip tobacco at a rapid rate Several from hr re attended the sale of Dohoney Dragoo las week W N Eliint puachased a good work horse Mr John Virgin and son of reir Maud visited relativ ain cuv vicinity last Wednesday Earnest Goatly of Moorsville is Visiting his father this week OO IH1 H A i COX Proprs 6 t The on at all g t we only t c For 0 g KY g Messrs Gray and Mayos o f near Polin were in our midstt Sunday snd they weie not hunt ingsaw loss either lVedeiretomake a correction in the Grove let rer last week Ha had a long 1pieceI Louis Kelly who are atSt Marys college Kansas and have since Sept 15th He said they were in their mid Sunday after noun which was a mistake It iis strange to knew that such a as thu ono in Pleasant Groye mate such an error Thes young men were at their fireside- in their college home uni not even Kentucky soil ai that time llo Qasp ofPncolltaou Record We do not know of a single instance where a cough or resulted in or consumption wlien tolejs Honey and Tar had been taken It Cures coughs and colds perfectly so do not take chances with ome unknown which may dofttaln which causes consti pation a condition that retards recov cry from cold Ask for Folleyd Hon y and Tr and refuse any substitute df ferec For Bale by Wood PBNWICK Miss Josie Mayes last with her sister Mrs CW OdorVMiss Begleybf Jenson ton was Saturday and Sun A L Litsey of Texas was here Saturday spentSaturdayCousin Miss Beulah and Francis Litsey of Texas Miss Rogie Nalley of Bard town spent last week with her brother Will Nalley at this place Mr Frank Willett and wife visited relatives ilast week Mrs Joe Smith and Minnie of spo Rose visited relatives last week Call At Fenwick ruesdays and Fridays ard hayeyour corn grourd at Oders mill Democratic Candidaie The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county 0fflcefr at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au gust 6th 190K They arc to bQ voted for at the regular election 1ovemberl9O5Fof B L Litsey For Co Attorney T S Mayes County ClerkW F Booker Reps nttive W 11 ilaybrook- eForSheriffJ S Osbourne Supt of Schools J Vf Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett ForAssessoTP OIBryab W T Mitchell Deputy FoiGifdner1 J M Montgomery Dame Remor reports a wedding soon Ma E Id Bowles and mother spent Saturday night with the family cf Uriah Martin of Spring gold hi4riIliilsburg Jj3nsontpn C Some turkeys werb Sold last nvfek in this community for 30c There was a brisk competiion among Iccal buyers Oe large land O7ner said ticcently hp wished tarkeyswould go to 4c for fHtvdoJhlsBorn to the wile of Albert Grain at her fathers Mr Wes Kimberlin on the 9tha boy J CMatherly and Miss Lottie Elliott of this place weremarried at Mackville last Canary q We havn had a nice rain which was a great help to the small that was suffering from the of the dry weatber spentSundaywithMr ily Mr G Robertson Mr and Mrs J A Johnson of Lebanon were at R C Sunday Mr and Mrs J B aid Mr and Mrs Elyin Yeast were at Goodlets last Sunday William Bohanon sod his farm forIwill take possesion the first of the yeateMr H S Litsey sold one three old jack tof4eeRileyBro for 550 also one jenett and jack colt for f100 I MEAT MAARKETR P 1 CO I very choicest meat hand times 8 as kill the BEST 8 8 We areithe Market Eat Beeves 8 Tel phune 95 SPRINGFIELD 8 correspondents of bees bright correspondent would own cold pneumonia preparation opiates Campbell spent week Maltie here day here here on Suuday grain effects Canarys Sam year Commissirners SaleI Sterling Thompson AcPlffs EquityCj By virtue of a judgment arid order circuitIthereof 1004 in tho above cause 1 shall proceed to otTer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MOHDAY DECEMBER 26 1904 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be highestLof 0 and 12 mQntbs th following de scribed properlY towit A tract of land situ ted in Washington county Ky and bounded asI follows Beginning at a point m Lincolns Run turn pike road in tine of dower also corner to No 3 N3Sv1liJ 45 poles to u small cherry tree on bluff corner to lot No 3 thence down b Ink of same 487 poe to a branch corner to Stigall thence up tHe meanders of this branch running with said Stig alls hue JtO to ajstakeat the f ne near u sugar ree thEnce will said Siigall S 44V vr 42i polo to tIlE endtft stone fence ne with said f neS84E24IIIJ s to two oaks theice S 47i w 42 15 poles to a stone corner t lot No 1 thence with line of poinlinto lot Ko 2tler Jo with midi ttiC of p Ire rJJ I1 yl yulai to tliii be ginning containing 52 acres Note andjnterest 1099 67 Costs as taxed 39 15 For the purchase price the per approvedsecuritybond bearing legal interest trom uate otsale until paidand having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms M Q LEACHMAN M C w C c A Csi1c iiske Blunders are sumeti es very expensive Qcasioual1i life itself is the pricC of a ajistake but youil never be wroug ifop aleE i Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Iara0 J Hsydoas Drugstore j V 1 or ftIrff BH wi1eed Gar 1jj jmT 1 JIAs well as many other tbiiigsi wit1 llicJfj v ti1supplied at the establishment of l f McClure1 r weiis1 ic 1 jct tS tei I tdJ frt j l e T IFeedVf 7 L for the farrnc rOJd Hickory Studebaker and Chumpiou Farm Wagons Ohio Feed Cutter f HIDESANDs Wire Fencing and tile Hagan Gasoline Engine I ROBESGt 9 l q A1ER tipRSE BLANKETS TTHE BEST MAD f Coatr Difeeredr in any Quanfilfu PHONE 20 SPRINGFIELD KY- t jS i r BEES Laxative HONEY TAR A improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BY Pineule Medicine Co Cblcago S A Soldat Haydons Pharmacy Farms forSale We baveir our charge for sale the followirg des tibed tracts of land und will take treat pleasure in shQwing any of them to prospective buyeis MCELROY WHARTON 200 acre farm It miles from Spnpgiicld gpod smal house good barn place well fenced and watered mostly in grass Price 10 per acre 20 nero place 5 miles from Springiield right on the pike good house ana barn p ir good land xfir tcfass tobacco land Prhwl800 51 nero place li tiiles from SpringfiJd Lamf alllays yell and in high state of cultival ion email three room house and good barn Price 1800 250 acre farm 3 mires from Springfieidj nice dwelling first class barns atd outbuildings of every kind 140 acre farm 5 miles from Springfield 50 acres bottom land small dwelling and large barn price 35 per acire l 140 acre farm at miles from Springfield good hou e and barn well fenced and watered price per aero l a acres of IImd 7 mils from f45 small house and tobacco barn 05 acres of bottom landrest mostly nqw land fine tbbacco farm and plenty of timber Price 25 per acre 100 acrfe farm 8 mles from Springfield good 4 room lhouse and new tobacco barn plenty of waer anti good tob ceo and grass farm Price 25 per nero In addition to the above we have for sale good residences in Sprinjrfiehl 135 acre farm li miles from Springfield on I ike farm all in grass dwelling stock nndtp bacco barn well f nced35 per acre t1oIlicr1B GdreM of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and WHooping Cough Siop them In time Ona Miuutc Oough ute is the best remedy Harmless anu pleasant Sold by Druggists Ono of Rings Dyspepsia Tablets after eating even if you can cat btil HttkVwili digest thi little you do tar and cures indigestion Pydpcpia Sour Stomach Belching and Weak Heart Sold by Haydobfl Pharmacy NoHuntnH- unters tire warned to keep off of my farm under penalty of being prosecuted for tresspass StIi Turner Derringer NUc eiThe price paid for turkeys at the Poultry House will be the samaas that paid by our agent in the country from this date M fi JONES Manager Springfield Poultry Co Nov S4thM904 fOtmDonYDT r 0 Ce W ODER ft j Dealer Ing4L J f General MerchandIse i GROCERIES ETC Highest Price Paid for County Produce Also operates vlf A Grist and FeedMfl1J Oustom andMillr j t tSFENWICK KY v rr WE HAVE i Y Tools Tools lbolsI- v and above all ji j the best of fools Irfjs I j DIAMORD EDgE lQQIi j Wrybestxperis ff- enced t totkmah and eeryftt lr ThaniopdEdgc Tollcc4d i YJtltynra fl tea If jtis not as 0H represented return it to usi ij and get your moneylMick j ft llWEHAYJiisi 0 WF jn tU Lqt M3mj J l ffijjK7fl jREIVLEMBERv i t llr7 iS I g t twe warrant everything m Diamond dge I 1a line Gait and sec what we have aiI ftIvSIIHItL 1 = x i foHN SHIJCK MCELROY 00 Wl OjtIi L Mciroyfr Wharton l surauee iReal Estatee Age lisf1iI Fire Life and Tornado IitJvrw r I i t7 L3ndISQlttll gO J P- J oIlIsMcQV y It r 1 Office over Peoples Bank t ph D t fiIII t M m You Will Be L J lI tTJ Well Dressed 1 i i 3 1 j m rY iiI 1j If You give yourorder t f for Clothes to r mLUM ABEL iTry a selecMoiiftom Ids jtiobbyJTf i Suitor Overcoat uI1Ew3 4 f 1 1Wlx RAISES VEGETABLE SICILIAN airRenewe ill I Why not stopthisTallirtg of your bair At this rate you will SoonIIbe without any hairr Just remejnber that Halls Hair Renewer I stops falling hair and makes hairi grow JflRBRTONI I r EXTRACTED7tt1ItOUT t I 4scaIgii oespMr- 8PIN11tf4DxY An Dental Work Strictly 44 i S r Firmtcl r q ID c4jH LAMPTPM tJwIi 7 oi n 1 a QiierFd1W r ORHi LAWS if 4t o r P34e stJ 8PKI1GJUXy J il S MGreII DENTIST J I kiadM ot denttl work Teeth p xtracfced withouti pain Offices iormferly occupied y Dr Hord PftoueSe SPEINGPIELD KY JfJBRoBAJips EYJTT RoBARDH HYATT P jsiciws and Sinews Office nextao ulerlc Office JAMES GRAVES PRACTIGAI AlltDbma er and Jeweler 1 Cafries a line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialty Located at T W Bimms Jr old Jlaw office opposite t Court House Springfield Ky r DR W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL ENTISTiOffice overCHadon Barber tDental workatraasonableprices All work guarknteed f 1V v SPRiNGFIELD KY f JOHN Y MAYS YfllftML HECTOR AND mm mmH TELEPHONE DAY19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY J i Have You Hauling TO DO Ifso callu J L A pEN at the Depot 4 ilBilT AMTRUHIIS Hauled Furniture Moved 0rd anything in the hauling inc done carefully and at aEcnable tales yPHON 22 Railroad Schedule Following is the tine schedule rii3 in effect on toe Eard town and Springfield branch railroad No 4L Leayes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm v arrives at Springfield 645II No 42 Springfield at 520 a m Bardstown 617 am jiarua uwu ouuviuiuu 705 am f arrives at Louisyille 755 am NJ 43 Leaves Louisville at T30 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am rriveStlt Springfield 12hlO pm No44r Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstownj 230 pm Bard town Jun ion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Sprin lield at 715 a m Bards 4 town 81m Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisvijlej 985 aim r No 91 j Sundays only Leaves wiLouisville atM pm Bardstown J Junctipn 650 pmv Bards town I tf85 p mj afrfvesat Sprin fieia 8 25 p ruv l jtive t3y CtoMrIaiji 8oai avi- dLvei T hkiit tT1cyarc easto taka Ii ad police Ji nausea jtriplug or P ab1s k kF HlLyJJ- r MaT kiore I pI tjaI WIfl it t L J I TOWN NtNN MiifiHifiHNH Nii ii iS ii iThei 1AHAbutYuriT1 Friends jmi Acquaintances1 J IIJf rrYJ f F Novelty toys for the children at McElroy Bros r All the latest Magazines att Wood Wells Selour Xtnas display for the chiidieVit Campbells Ij f jHircp tf Settle JSTew Qrleans aw evatJA Shadefs A new line of Holiday goods just in atIrvine McElroys Go toCW Hagans for your good thiligsfor theHolidays Holly wreathes for Holiday decorations at McElroy Bros I See our Jirieof cooking bowls at 5 10 and 15ct at Campbells Full line Candies Nuts Oranges Grapes and Etc at Hagan Bros Let us have yo Christmas we want 6m Hagan larders If you want a nice basket of Fruit and Candy for Xmas go to Hagan Bros v Try a box of our cracked pecans for 25cents Nothing nicer McElroy Bros Pound packages of Talcum powder and other toilet articles at Wood Wells From now until JanuaryIstwe willJiave a low price on all can goods O WH gan Speciali bargains for the Holil days in fancy china and lamps at Wood Wells a r Buy stick andy from us atr kents a pound for three pound llots at eampbeU Iandie candies candies at Bny pirice from 7c to 100 per P9undC W Hagan- Eemembir Leachman the Furniture Wan when selecting your lidaygoods Take your produce to C W Hagan and get the best market price cash if preferred Oranges lemons bananas nuts and ever thing for Xmas at Cam pbells come and see us For Christmas try a bottlel of old Old McKenna J W Rita il Sole agent for Springfield A fresh line of candies andnuts just received at McElroy Bros Also boxes of fine andy Oranges lemons grapes ap pIes bananas and all fends of fresh fruiti atMcElroy Bros Corsets laces ribbons gloves and hosery This isyour opportunity for bargains at Manstields For something swell and up to date in Parlor Tables and Chairs go to Leachman the Furniture 11ManA fewvgoods let c from our coun try store that we are selling at about one half first cost atCauJ pbells T Old McKenna whiskey is the1 purest and best Try a bottle for Christmas For sale by J W JUedel latest novels and sets fiction handsomely l bound suitable for Christmasjpreseiits at Wood Wells drug store Mammoth Bronze Turkeys fpr sale Prices reasonable Mrs W P Merritt Beechland Ky A complete line of1 Dining Room furniture Sidetfbard Buffets Tables and Chairs oV the latest patterns atLeachmans the Furniture Man Jt rlsaJerlI I 4tt Ky t Only three weeks to close out entirestock ladies suits cloaks I skirts shoes dry goods and no ions this means slaughter prices at Mansfields t l Our toy furniture is complete lb for the children tor Xmas and our rocker bed room suits beds t ride c are com j U te for the ldl folks Come in and see us and gt p3icat Cempbells 7ftrwowc eIdII iIIToPiGs I MM ILI Pretty hats for ladies Misses and children special mourning outfits bonnets and veils to close out at Mansfields For only 2 50 you can buy a box finclOcentrC 0 McChord cigars ic wilL maRe a nice Chris tmas present For sale by C J BTsydon Boys remember when you wantJJ a box of candy or a nice basket ofii fruit I have it Prices to suit all CaU atad see our display We can please you C W Hagan The sale of personal property of Mrs Corbett t near Mclntire held last week by v auctioneer S j M Campbell Was well attended and everything sold highL LOST Pocket book between town and Walker Heights eon taimng about 5 in silver and stamps Finder please return to NEWS LEADER office or Mrs R L Boldrick ATTENTION LADiES If you wapt tomake your husband or young gentleman friend anacEceptable Christmas present buy a box of IQceut McChord cigars of Wood Wells the druggists The drug firm of Wood j i Campbell having dissolved all persons indebted to them are re qiiestedto call arid settle at onqe f that the old buisness may beii closed lt WOOIJGAMPBELL I The holidays are coming fast and so are my holiday goods in afew days I willhave one of the grandest displays ever seen in Springfield sto it will pay you one and all to call and see me before you buy C W Hagan For oranges figs dates nuts of all lands pears appels banj nanas in fact any thing you may want that line remember I havejj it I bought heavily and they must go call and get prices it costs you nothing O WHagan- Nothing would be more appro ciated hy your husband or sweet heartthan a box of U cent Me chord cigars Ladids you can buy themft C J Haydons drug store They will make good Christmas presents i t NOTICE If the man who borrowed my jack screw about two years ago to raiseS a corner of liis smolce house vill please re turn same I will be obliged to him ar I now wish to raise mfJ own smoke house Simpson Roberts The trade be Yeen Sylvester Smith and William Janes whereby I the former was to buy a part of the Mullican farm below town has been declared off oh account l of a misunderstanding a ol1tii several acres which is owned by l the railroad passing through tileii place Mr Henry Hiltn has bought the Ware farm in the Pleasant i Grove neighborhood of George- sRoyalty at 35 per acre The farm containes 137 acres and isI the same that was sold publicly a showtime ago by William A Thompson to Mr Royalty at 34 I 30 per acre Mr Walter A Crouch and Miss Myrtle Johnson two well known voting people of the Yillisburg neighborhood were married in the county clerks office last Saturday Dr T Th Latinerof the Presby terian church performed tile ccr mony Mr James J Graves has ron ted the store room which has been occupied by Mrs Williams millf nery shop on Main street next to isjmoving his jewelry into it Mr Graves will have a much better location which shouldbe great advantage to him in his business IM Kate William has leased Jtihffl store and house of J G Mans fiei for a term of years and will l coniinue the millinery business Mr and Mrs Mansfield have deeMed to go south to make their Iliome where the climate more aggreeable to Mr eld s health The M WilIbe1I edin Springfield for a IIi years and have many friends in town and county who will re gret their determination to leave KRYPTOK THE ONLY INVISIBLE BIFOCAL Doesnt make you look so old For Sale at ED MRUSSELLS IStore Springfield Ky The pale of stock and grain of Dohoney Dragoo which took place last Thursday was well attended Auctioneer S M Campbell says thafrpriees were j as a rule satisfactory a pair of 4yearold horse mules brought 280 hogs sold at 420 to 41t5 per hundred Corn at 60 cent1 per bushel and hay at 60 cents per hundred Cow and caltes including two thoroug1iellrl Herefords brought from 75 to 5115 each j STRAYED From my place in the Plesant Grove neighborhood about the 23d of November oneI fat black sow weighing 260 lbs tiC day before she left slid had no ear marks but had some white about her foce and feet and two or more rings in her nose Any information of her whereabouts orI return to my place will be liberaly rewarded J S YANKEYI NOTICE Walker Bond who is well remembered by tbe people ofSpringfi ldns an expert butch er and meat utter has returned and has been engagodin the cap acity of meat cutter at the reliable shop or Kelley oldI rbey deal in first class butcher sfnff and propose lo cater to the wants of the housekeepers of Springfield with the same care in the future that they have tried to do in the pat ifN KELLEY CoI sThompjonTIiompson Mr Stephen Thompson Jr and Miss Bessie Thompson two popular young people of this place are to be married in Louis ville on next Wednesday Decem ber 21st at the home of the rides brother Mr Garland Thompson The wedding will be a quiet affair only a few friends and relatives are expect d to be present Mr Wathen Simms and MissMabelThompqon- will Accompany the bridal pair to Louisville and rail act asatten- lants at the ceremoiTy After the wedding the young couple will return to Springfield jmd will g6 immediately to house keeping they having already rented a home The bride to be is a daughter of Mrs Alice and the law N P Thompson and is much admired for her many admirable traits of character Mr Thompson is one of Springfields most popular young business men and is a inembet of the rm of Haydo Thompson liverymen and undertakers The NEWSLEADER extends con gratulations in advance Dealfi of Miss Young Miss Marie Young daughter of Mr Ben H Young and a popu lar young lady of the county died at her home near town on last Monday night after a long illness of throat trouble The death was a particularly sad one and the sympathy of the community is extended to the bereaved father and brothors and in this hour of the taking away of a beloved Ipember of the household Miss Young was a young woman ota lovable dis position and many excellent traits of character She was a devoted Christian and a member of St Dominics church Springfield rThe funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Father Hennessy officiating at the cere mony The following young men acted as pallbearers R H Mullican W T Leachman Tom Edelen James Montgomery WatftenSimms and Will Cambron FEvR 30NAi Miss Mary Lewis returns from Louisville today Mr John Young Maye was in Louisville Sunday Miss May Tcng of Lebanon ij visiting Miss BerUia Tong Mr Sherrard Hundley of LebanQn was in ttown yesterday Rev W H Williams returned from Louisville Friday evening Miss Lillie Qolvin of Bards town has been visiting iheMisses Campbell1 r Sarah Simms will return IMissSt week Marys the latter part l14t Alex Montgomery of Big Springs Ky is visiting relatives in the county 1 IBankU Jlt ft V OP SPRINGFIELD KY ffiJ iipiffll soooo f 1jVioiJ Vice President A C McElroyl Cashier L 4SB Wi t B Ctin Asst Cashier R E Fosteri Book W Keeper ffl i mfIiWf1F M CAMPBELL R Hs EDELEN H MGRDNDY Milf1iWf1 business respectfully solicited jJj Ei WHY NOT I-LJ Select something handsome and something x 00 worthwhile to make Your II CHRISTMAS PBEif What would be nicer thari a diamond oi1 gold ring stick pin Or watch for a- cc present Besides these Kussell has a fa1 jf beautiful line 6f f- tII 4Cut Glass 1 IIand Sterling Silvei Novelties of all Itldps These artioles are good use iul and worth the money 8 i4 00I t Ed I Russ11tj iI I lMiss Bluejay inms and fill Si IUD attended the plav at S Marys Thursdays rKrro 1 Bert Blanford of IlUtville is visiting her mother Mrs Nannie Simms Mr R C Cray croft of Meade county is visiting his Mrs Cnas N5clntirc t dauhble1 Miss Jennie tufned after a Oeljghtul visit to friends iio Bardstown Judge and Mrs I H Thnrraan have gone tro Hendersonville N 0 for a two weeks stay CLarlio Roberts has gone to Dossett Tenn u new station en the L N to act as agent L C Peter of Indlauapolis after a visit to relatives io Uie county has returned home Miss Alice McElroy who has been attending college at Oxford Ohio is at home for the holi Jays Mr E 0 Mcllvoy wh6 has been living in thfe west several years has returc d to his home near Mackville lion T S Mayes is in Lexipg ton engaged in some llegal lights with some of the scionsr6f the Bluegrass 4 barToMr Louis Hamilton and Miss Mary Bowling of Louisville were hero to attend the funeral ufI Miss Marie Ypqng I Miss Annie D Grundy after ai pleasant visit to r tatives and friends here returned to Louts vjlle yesterday morning Mr Herbert Walter of Lab a non has located hero to practice law He is a partner in the practice with Mr Sylvester Russell Rev W H Patterson of Bards frown is quite ill Mr Patterson has many friends here who will learn witn regret of his sorious illness Santa Claitf At ShaderSs The children of Sprjngfield Will find that Santa Glaus Will I make headquarters atDnce Joe Stiaders Store Afill LINE OFtOYS- of all descriptions to please the young He also has on hand u stock of fresh candles cakes fruits etc for the housekeeper brought on especially for the oliday trade JJtA Shader I SANTA CLAUS HAS tOME and will bo found at T t Irvine MoE1ioysT- HL REASOWHYB- ecaust he hasijoys For Girls and Boys His stock is the completes that can be found And his prices the lowest that were ever in itown fie delivers his goods with care and dash And sells very cheap if you pay him cash Miv John C Shader who is ori the rind i for the National Cand Ooarrlved Monday even ing to spend the holidays with his family Walker Bndwiio has been living in Paris Texas for about a yean has returned home and says that Kentucky is good enoughforbim Rev dH Pratherofi Bards town former pastor of the M B hurch was j in town Monday having conducted the funeraj of Mrs Peters at Mackvilli Mr Ray Vake field of Bloom field was in town yesterday He will go cfAmericus Ga Thurs day toiitliis wife a week who is yrtm her parents untif Mr olcefield buysa farm and is lOr cated Mrs H S Murdocir of The Witherspcon College is spending a few days with5 her sister Mrs Charles MoDowell on Maple avenue During her stay Mrs Murdbck is laying ia quite a stfpply of Christmas presents Which she will carry back to the children of the mountainsDan yule Advocate Mrs Murdock was formerly Mfss Louise Saun ders of this place CASTORIAFor Ifamts ai4 CSuMlrem K t YMIIM i liars the t of t g W t tjNiiVjtl iiiMVi itniwWif SPECIALI lowrRltlsi 1 i Sturdy and Monday Next g On items named in this advertisejrient if tINsw Chikirans CIoki25coftlf priee iI JWe have them 15Oto ftO eehj For exrmp t in Cloak same that proportion shells for o we price nowjfor 375 Othi If ri i 1 t3 4711 Glycerine Soap 15c cake regular price 25cA I i 3 CogatesTurkish Soap 6c regular pric Sc i Pf3 Cosmo Buttermilk SoapCc regular price 1Qqit H s3 Cut Ladles curaSoap Hemstlfcb 20c regull prI e 5 t 1 51I1 i jHandkerchiefs ae eeh oi l1g tJtdozens regularprica GOc a dozen It 3 Grid eyed Needles 4c a paper 4L i f t 11 rGood Brass Pins 4c a paper J EY r San Silk pll colors 4c a spool Lrg j Holiday0 Id Hand Cltftll1GIJorer t i rj AT TillS STORE J 1 i 1 Ii Thene never was such a quantitjTof har kerchWshown itr i- a at one time in this town We have them for Ltdto iChildren and Men Plain Hemstitched orscalloptd IfJ t ti 3 witu or without initials Silk Linen or Cotton 8clo 506 1j 3eadh Never such iralues given in thIS in thisline There li j is cothmg more suitable for Xmas gift than a box of J Ij 3 Handkerchiefs Full slrlmel of initials = cA JI Nice Showing oOf Dmbrellas Milers f1to 1Ties Suspenders Sijtt CuesFtCt t Remember we are cutting price on Ladies Cloaks l Rsin bf t Coats ant Suits 3 C f I Robertson Bro i 10 mf fmlft e a SErEKICICDIEEI = l Special = m Clothing S tej i W For the next 30 days We ar offer our customers inducQmerits lQ1I Clothing Department which will = IIolr JqMOVEI Which we now havfivofthind Wehan Idie the celebrated iio6dof Hdtdrhaa Heldman Co makers of fine ClothIiI ingifor men tIt I JJ J of Dry Goods andTurnishingsf iI GrGndj ClayfrrdokeC IcMirc H r 11IIot271 fC 2DDEIe J Groceries at Cost ThattiS what OKan the Grocer is iJtarefI vir yfi Salmon sold for lOc now 3 for 25c I I Salmon sold for 20cr now for 15c v r Peassold for 150 now 2 for 200 7 Bas sold for iBe now 2 for 20c I J l J Mushrunessold for 2 CllW for SOc French Peas sold for 25c nojr Jocc f Asparagus sold for 25e now for 2Occ v iti t Heinz B Beans sold for X5c how5 for i2ISj Corusoldfor1Ocnowfor25c v f JI Peaches sod for 2fc now for SOc Peaches sold foiSOc now 2 for 30ef Pidklessoidfori 25e9w for 2QCi Pickles sold for I5c now 2 for 25c Pickles sold fQr lOc now 3 loic f MusUrdsold for lOc now for1c tc1Salad Dressing sold fpr 10c iMpcS jfqrJSSSe Tomato Muster sol4fpfJ ti i l 1Olives sold for lOc now iTomato Ketchup sold i rj- P 1 i India RIllS hsold for 1Lkt N rt J f 1 rt rc 1 t These prices will Hold iorifw Holiday t L Trade I t Nice line of Toys J1t and Holiday goods amvihg dally iV l flMOMJr f j Holiday Confections i Just brought on for the Holiday Trade a t full line of FINE CANDIES FRUITS I OAKES Etc TOYSFO and FaooI Call and 7TIT 11IT LJLII TTTIII T Prof VbLII Mil New hilt Speikinfjp the w6dcliri oft Prof lilfr Vknf 1 tHe Wood Jbrb 0 fet week said S ti eraoy wasii p t d d the bricWI1eerj 4rNB to m arr Nf to Hatreds Wrt1bete aMtegpat reception wa tcenthsnLthteVefllflg by Ihef room pa rent lraad Mr3 tV M AW 1 100 I estst iuipreaept at the teeeption and aUrt wr was erved In FW aai4 Mwr taught came teVewiirtiffcMiMidiy ligit an- dNogapipgoi8outh Main street Pr tugt lS at thej fe4Jj ft y ramtllrt most MefcMifiit tcfco if Amof Jub e fct rvbr1f htand all ibe W7ij hidih rafoi esteem uiH ijgJijF jrjaiiidarmoit cordial JMluuBH moag his fpjnPjt Taught ki a sweet gracto- usatry wt cbstmingyuPgwoI 1 t Clli ItBfJJ et 11 HikWtH1 trobe forarsto uit s JCri Raymond Conner of iSbel Utii WAh1at the doctors could etftll1 I tr1etF9lys Kidney f Curt ad the very first do e gave me I t ffJiel a d I am BOW cured I cannot it M bfor Foleys Kidney I Owe It wakes the diseased kidneys U0I so thryl will eliminate the wjfrowthe blood Unless they 4o tlit iodbealth Jmpcssible Fo i1lbyWoodkCiMPbel1F llnltfd Ctrc Tur Files Ilchiaf Blind Bleedingor Protrud it laf ilcs BrafcisU refund money itPXZO OINTMENT fails to cure MJrJtMMtt JM matter of how long alagIa6to1days iirst applL- catioH gives ese and r t50c 1 yoac 4tggithsnt itsend SOc in ittaI sd it will lie for warned post aiii bParfc Med eii CoSt Louis il lftelutPIIl 9 ifi Pill iIi M pkteautand positive as IJeWltti Little Early Risers Da Witta Little Early Kiten are so mild oefeflIve tkat children delicate Sdweak pcoolc eNjoy the- ir41aigh effect while strong people say thrysre the best liver pills sold Sold by all druggists Cfen W Cwtcst I 1rCJS Bill canidat in theI i lEEAtprirnaryforcounty attor fftty hiUkiUd a contest against hIOO ssful opponent Mr W 1W Spalding The Haysyille BraifordfTille tend Lebanon No j 6ip6lls re attacked in the art ides of contest and a bitter Bgbtrl Hcscertahl When the JUenfocratic County Goremit evweet at the Court It Hcmscjm iiibindn day1 they wars TiNM vjed with a notice of OItt for the office of Count AtlbtMjyhy Mr C S Hill Ii wis then deckled that a review ol the returns inall other races e taken up and disposed of which resulted in the fpllowin 4ertiflcete being issued oy thE Committee The contest in thE tt3iney racerequires the Corn jHHtcetago behind the returns jCbd recount the ballots in thc balfov boxes which will be done next Tuesday arhnFalconj J PC Snpchmire jof Columbus Indiana accompanied by a lawyer was here yesterday He is the roverfcs v tWhrtthe butter wont come put a penny in the i dWijS hold time dairy 24 proverb It often seems tc work though no one has ever toa why When mothers are worried because the children do not X gain strengtri1 and fleshYC w H say give theni Scotts Emul s iin f it iSt like the pennyrjn thf f milk because St wor id 1 j t 40 K 11because thereis1 OmetKmg astonishing about it f rTJ Scott Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypopT1osphites lespeciaUy prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally i because they likei the taste and the rein takesv r dy just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted Id their grants r Hpr all weak and pale and tifo children Emulsion Hb the most Satisfactory treatment f twill iJ yo II mn from whom ft iis alleged Willium Fallis of this county 2200 last 4uSust Young Fallis Was arrestfed here three weeks ago and wa taken to Indian where he hutig himself in prison The catt1and other stock which Fallis jis said to hav e ought of his father and Snoch mire andthe attorney came hereto look into the matter We are told Mr Fallis turlned over abou 800 to them in xnneyan stock Hairo Isbu g Herialc1l Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by ntiirtK DeWitts Little Early Risers So writes S P Moore of Ifacogdoches Tex A certain cure fK biliousness constipation amal pill easy to take easy to act Sold by all druggsts +J The health and frzrnc ard itrengthof the great pine forest are coudensed in Pineulesa hew discuvery put up in a pew way A cure for all Kidney Bloo4 and Bladder disease Backache Lumbago and ever form of Rheumatism Pineules rid the system df impurities Sold by Haydons Phar macy Be fliiict NotamInuteshouldhlostwjien t1 child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given assoon an the child become hoarte or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent ibe attack It never fails and iis pleasant and safe to take For sale by Haydons drugstore PUBLIC SALE OFf Stock and Fanniijgg Implements Having sold my farm 1 will on tthe premises abou 1 1 4 mile from Strums iPostofficq6m J from Lebanon 7 miteS from Spring field and immediately fronting St Ivos church sell puoMcly to the highest biddrote- dnesoay December 21 at 10 oclock am the following described property Thiiteen head of horses and mutes as follows 3 good farm antI brood mares in foal by Jack one of them by N ncio out of a Gils Vermont dam one 4year harness gelding by County Mem ber out of a Nuncio mare one 2 year old filly by Norvin W out of a Nuncio mare one 2vear old Slly by Red Prince Out of a mare by Gills Vermont ote yearling ofaiDarejSJly by jChesler Dare Jr out of eanJinglhOmule two2year old wcrkmues one yearling mule two good young milk cows two good fat yearling Hertford heifers 60 head of picked ewe young and ve11 marked 3 thoroughbred Hampshire Down Bucks 50 head f fat hogs 40 head of nce cheats 8 brood sows bred to farrow in early spring one Poland China Boar About 1000 bushels of corn in crib 20 shocks of sorghum some sheaf oats and Clover thy 7j3 bushes of Or chard Grass Seed A complete farming outfit consisting in part of one 2hose wagon Deering oinder and Deering mower both n excellent repair one old jiowcr Disc harrow A harrow triple geared corn and cob rusher new steel road scraper cultivator subsoil plow 2 horsp lows roller one horse corn drill Kentucky qisc wheat drill bay rake forks hoveJEpost hole diggers wagon and plow harness etc in fact everything needed 6n a farm TERMS Suni under 10 cash Sums of 10 atid over on 12 jnonths credit except for hogs xhich will be sold oji a credit o i months notes well endorsed payable In either of the banks 01 Lebanon or Springfield bearirg 6 per cent interest from date No property to be removed until salisfectoy notes are executed LUCAS MOOpE 5 M Campbell auctioneer Sclcntlnc rec lisi Obscrvatlou made by practical breed ers shows that It takcj from seventeen of ration toto twenty pounds balanced mnlntain uniform weight in a thousand pouml steer aud that It takes from Ipernecessary it Is for the feeder to reduceI feeding to a science nUll to use such feed or combinations df onlyI will prpijpce the greatest galu Care of Poultry It you would lmvOthe best success with poultry a few Uaportantf thhilJ must bo understoodl and observed Fowls must have fresh cretin quar tern and be kept free from lice orS mites Varied rations niuit be fed legnlarly and give plenty of grit and freshwater CMicrete lied do PoHltrjr phd should P IleeIirv If to each barrel cement are use I he plaster will Ii find dlffl mcrlcan HEALTH keepheiDraught We have nwd ft la the family for over two years with the best of remits I laTe not had a doctor is the h nse for that length of time It U a doctor in itself and alprmyg ready to make a person well an bapyrJAlf ES TUTT Jack onTill greaL2nedieIieus constipated bowels and invigorates the torpid liver and weak ened kidaeys No DOCTOR whereThedfordsi ikeptcountry miles from any physi Clan have been kept lU1health for astheUBlack Drauplit cures bilious nesi1 dyspepsia colds chijls and heidacliesdiarrhcaa aihl1entbecauselivtr and kidneys so neatly c- onTHEDFORD5 trol the health BLACK DM116111 CHOICE MISCELLANY Evolution of the Horse Thanks to the discoveries of the American naturalists we possess now an almost complete serIes of links con necting tbQ small five toed mammal of the lower eocene rocks with the winners of the Derby Two or three mil lion years come between the earliest and the latest forms and the primitive Is S3 unlike the perfcctcdl animal that no one would over have supposed the one to be derived from the other but for the finding of the continuous scries Fresh Interest has been gIven to this subject by the recent researches of Professor Osboru Professor Ewaut and Professor Itltlgeway Quo of the results of Inquiry goes t show that there has been not cue line of descent but at least five leading to as many varieties In this tale of development the strangest feature the gradual dim inution iu the number Of toea until we arrive at the present one toed ani mal The so called foot of the horse is the single remaining toesJ that In fact the animal walks as the jCain bridge Zoology says oli the Very points of its finger and toe nails and it pos sesses only one finger oif each hand or forefoot and one toe on each foot and yet next to the wings bf a bin tim feet of a horse are the most finished organs of llocomotion in the animal kingdom London Telegraph Volunteer Chorus Girls What chance have I said a girl me recently against that She half unconsciously glanced down at a shab by shoe and a well worn skirt She had been out for a couple of months Her sayings were till one and though she did not admit It a little observa tion could tell that she and hunger were not 01 unfamiliar terms Certainly the most sangulue of mor tals would not back her In a contest for employment against the girl she hud pointed to That as she so bit terly called her had dress pocket mon ey anti a comfortable home from an in dulgent father The only wages she asked from u theatrical manager was to be allowed a chance of gratifying her vanity by posing on a stage Her dress and appearance were an adver tisement of prosperity for any touring company tCan it be wondered that she and oth ers like her are every day driving trained and hardworking actressy deeper und deeper Into the slough of poverty and despair T PflWccHly t Steps Toward the Ideal ThQ dream of the ages has been of the Ideal time when nations shall learn war no longer For the first time In human history there Is an organized effort In that direction dating from Tim Hague conference and the cstab Ushmcnt of the court orarbltratlon The fierce struggle in South Africa With 4Ut ghastly death roll and its enormous financial burden was an ob ject lesson to the English people espe chilly and to nil civilized nations In general The present war In the far east has Intensified the popular horror of war and Is building up a still stronger feeling in favor of peaceful means for settling International die putes Probably the time is fur dis tant wLcn war will be but n relic of the past but the nations are traveling the road which leads to its extinction Cotton Picked by Machine A cotton picking machine has been invented by a planter In Georgia in which n current of air Is set up lu a tube by means of a suitably arranged fan or blower the same discharging into a receptacle the suction thus pro duced serving to remove from thq plants the open bolls of cotton which are ready for picking and to convey them through a tubular conduit and then thrqugh the blower mechanism lu to the receptacle This apparatus is mounted on wheels and Is designed to be driven down the rows of cotton plants In the field As the end of the suction tube passes over the open bolls the cotton is separated from the plant American Exporter The Scourge of Beriberi This disease peculiar to rice eating people was the enemy of the mikados army in thp war with China causing tile death of nearly 45 per cent of the land forces Beriberi is a disease that is the result of uoucllminatiou Uric acid accumulates in the blood and the first symptoms are distinctly rheumat Ie These are followed by coiupjete pa ralysis of the extremities There is lack of sensation ami the power of locomo tion ami this paralysis continues to- WArd the vital centers until it reaches the heart and the story Is eudcdNe- braska State Journal To get the thing Hall Trees Settees and Book Cases go to Leachman the Furniture Man tJ 0PT Weans TretatuLll- blQodCcrsteul1ekinersDt1Qe4lL1 FACTS IN FEW LINES There are many signs of a great ton merclal development In the western lands of Alaska The United States pays nearly 1 000000 a day to foreign ships for car- ryIng Its products Rats give trouble ih the London un derground railway by eating the rubber Insulation off the wires A Kansas man claims to have a swarm of bees that made twenty pounds of honey in three days The army of school children In New York is larger by 100000 than thai aipiies which fought at Llnoynjig The Birmingham England health department furnishes feeding bottles for the children of Impoverished pa tients A man of Halifax N S wajited a vacation so badly that he pawned u cemetery lot in order to pay jlho ex penses of one For uurnfncturln irOOCfl bottTcs of vrlne ovt if chcmlcal and vxixirtlu It as Hungarian wine a firm at Buda pest has been fined 575bd The llusslah i department of commerce md navigation has dccldcii to allor women to become employees In it tis bookkeepers and typewriters A Polish girl of Brooklyn went to the cemetery to pray at the grave of a relative While she was there a tombstone fell on her and killed lies The longesUname In the world Is be Hevetl to be that of Miss Annie Keoho anaakalainhucakawclaaikanaka whose letters wqre addressed to Honolulu- A girl who has worked in a restau rant at Colorado Springs for a number of years has Just come Into a tidy little legacy of 2000000 from a distant English relative Oak beams 1000 years old recently were removed from the Blue Bell inn Bcdlingtou England They have been made Into handsome furultuie e by a local manufacturer The skeletou market shows a slump and prices have fallen sharply owing to the HussoJapancse war The Boer war sent first grade skeletons down toI 1750 They pioinlse to be lower now A big searchlight hns been placed In the upper geyser basin of the Yellowstone National park and Is turned oh tLc geysers when they play at night Tim effect is said to be strangely beau tiful The Royal Bank of Canada has beta given the contract of disbursing the 31000000 borrowed by the Cuban government to jay the veterans of the army and other claims growingoht of the war freedom Governor Gcsslors castle near Kuss naeht on the Lake of Lucerne famous In the history of William Tolls ex ploits has teen sQld to a company which will convert the riuclent stronghold Into ii modern hotel The natives of India take more and more to beer Formerly the consump tlon was very small There are now however many llarge breweVlcs ana last year their combined production S gregatcd nearly 0000000 gallons Paul llelmeis a German decorator was so fond of reading his Bible In working hours that the foreman tOQlcI it away from him and found the leaves a large amount of gold rear Uelmers had been stealing regularly There is activity combined with anx conljminingare near to the exhaustion polutj and explorations Jn search of new oi pq are being carried on that will cost n ttlargo sum Rio de Janeiros health department n an effort to abate a plague qf rats offered 10 cents for every dead rat The consequence was that a syndicate was formed for the Importation of the vermin and it was making money when It was exposed On the docks af London In one year 7C8CO rats have been destroyed but the medical officer of health for the port Is doubtful whether thftt was as much as the natural Increase of births me3s1uresThere Is a big Maltese cat In the raIl- road shops at Indianapolis which Is the pet of nil the railroad men in that city She Is sall to have killed 10000 rats and mice in her time butnow she haj adopted a family of four baby mice and Is carefully bringing them up The so called sweet potato isno potato at all but pplongs to an entire different family bQlng truly an en larged root of a creeping tWining vine which has a blossom something lUte a Horning glory Sweet potatoes are Ichor In starch and sugar than the common potato The greatest of the worlds manu factories of hairpins is at Palnawlck ntthelfootewer than 300 persons employed In timing out these trifles of the boudoir ind hundreds of automatic inachino ire in constant operation trjinsforniluy lIIu soC wire Into tons of finished pins nrench consul from China intcr viewed by the Purls Eclair says that the work of the Japanese In China Is immense and its effects are already striking antl disquieting for Europeans Everywhere Japanese are to be found organizing the country and Instructing the people These instructors act 09 spies and have even pushed down to the French Tonkin frontier The Canadian authorities are dellgljt ctl over the success of their experiment u Instructing their ttaucTinen In the Scotch methods of catching and pack lug herring A shipment to New York of Canadian herring put up by Professor Cowl and his Scotch fishermen at Canso brought front 12 to 15 a barrel which Is equal to the highest price obtained for Scotch or Nonjrcglan herring The ruling price heretofore received for tile Chrindlan catch has beeirf rom 5 to 0 FInest Crown Jewels In the World The latb king of Saxony left the richest collection of crown jewels in Europe One glass ease in the green faults at Dresden contains assorted icts of the most costly gems In quo iiq nothing but sapphires In another emeralds In another rubles In another diamonds In another pearls The lar goat rubles weigh fortyeight and fifty nine carats The rarest gem is a green diamond weighing forty carats There ire two of Martin Luthers rings RBfJ one of Mclanclithons 404 True Womanly Scanty Such a blow to the Englishwomen A woman doctor has mode the state ment In one of their magazines that they are growing plainer She sags that what makes fpr what beauty there Is today is the result of conjr blued efforts otUt1Je coiffeur the mqr iliste the dressmaker and the face specialist whereas true beauty she de IuresfUes In exquisite coloring lux uriant hair lustrous eyes find dell cutely molded featura 4 WOMAN AND FASHION Dcaltra Per a Skirt This lo mi excellent design for a skIrt far nbhl as well no plain fabrlcj It la clrraiar In share Iud may beat one or two piece comtntction If made of plaid goads Itshmiltl be cut with the 1fI J1Dtrtssmooth lIt over hlpg Provision lo inrtle far Invert ed box plait or habtbacli- BnCl11nt1tl five ami tlkvecquarter yards of forty four melt material Cloili Continue lit FnyOr A great many navy blue cloth cos tumes are to be seen Generally the revere anti collar arc In contrasting COII ors ml blue and green velvet being tLc most worn Beige und gray are much in favor anti there is1 alstlnct return to covert codtiug In public fa vor S3iEttriart woincif are wearing rsack back coats In this material with immense pearl buttons others cart c same material inaile with the popular skirt basaues A remarkably pretty figure is required to stand this limo vjitlon Skirts are almost without ex ception made with two flounces very slightly gored and bordered with rows of stitching or bits fokls of the ma terial stitched YhUY cloth Is still much worn Wonicn seem to cling to the memoiy of the successful white summer gjwii and have transferred their fidelity ony to it warmer edition of the same eharuiIngaslilou Iialistlon FIn Amdag there new and most Tvonfler frl falsa skins which are also employ etl for dress trimmings coats null hats the cnisUcd velours with the markings of baby lamb are perhaps the most seen Many a smart evening coat is constructed of this pseuclo skin Ermiu ed rabbit skin turns out Inexpensive scarfs ntl flat muffs which velvet rosettes anti applqtlons further en hjince smi there are others of a silky plush so deliciously like chinchilla Unit t the simulation Is scarcely regretted jForj the priuccaswrapper Is recommended ami by the tastcfult sclectiou of sun terfals iIf is rendered quite correct for afternoon or morning wear The pat tern is tight fitting with closing at tho side The front Is fitted by darts which extend to tk5 shoulder ThIs lot oalj rRLcn WIlflIDI gives cxcclicnt linos to tthe garment buf Is over so munch easier to fit than the old fashioned dart The model pro vides a pointed collar and it u sy be made In high or pointed nock Made of blue cashmere with trimmiusj of cream wool lace Inscrtljn and late It Is quite elaborate enough for any wear but Its charm Is not by any means lost when It is developed of polka dot out- Ing flannel The CliXiT n Ruclie Puffed chiffon ruflllngs are a neu Idea and a goot1 One A puff of chiffou a tnud oMace and a mule of chiffon ami tlmcrei a pretty cuff or tap of bad Ice vSthout labor ylKitsoevcr And when used far cuffs they tt1l 10 turned with time edge forwal1pr bid rsthiq taste prefers Theyre very prejly and ii er nte sure to sit well and to sttiy The price is only a yar- dWASHINGTON 0 4 LETTER- Sp ctol Corn sponJencc riir5ilont bs pnifrtkallyt estnb Ilhe n rule that will interest ijjolc mcinbors of thccnblnot who arc Iivdp nmnd for upcbchmnkhtg at public gatli orincs Scfiator Cullmn recently urcaonicd to the incsMcnt n conunlttco of the Union League of Chicago who secure the oratorical services lUctoII retiiy liny on Wushlnstoiis Not rcceiving au alllriuatlve response from Ir Hay the committee Boitsht to enlist the good pfflcos of the presl debt hi the matter The president frankly iuf orated the iommnlttectlmnt ilb Hays health Avns not suinelcntljv established t warrant him III undertaking at tills time labor of the character Involved In the hurt tuition of the Union League find amid that the secretary should not be asked ta undertake It The president Improv ed the occasion to Sjiy that It was Ills desire that mvinbers of the cabinet ini1i not bo called anon to deliver ad a dresses except on occasions where they might properly appear as public ofll cers Knocked Out by President It Is reported that President Roose volt proved his right to the title of ex poncnt of the manly arf of boxing bj knocking down and out an annyofil eel In a boxing contest at the W1HU House recently Lieutenant Granville Ii Fortesciuev Is time officer In question He is a cousin of Mrs Roosevelt President Hooso volt Is gaining flesh at a rate not to his liking and he invited Lleutennnj Fortesctie to put the glovcss 0111110 ybtjug army officer accepted tHe invi tatlon promptly and the president fni1 lila companion began punching eacl ofher with great vigor iTlie contest was entirely friendly lIlt the president became so earnest In his work Unit he dealt time army of fleer a stiff right hand punch whlcl landed squarely on the left cheofc mind knocked Lieutenant Fort scP dowj and out TLe blcAr cstrrJ tlm sHsittlJEfalx aLort tLi ler t cgr bt the Hitrj was slight ltd wits a sureof much amusement toLloutanant ESrtescue as welt as to tIme president Cabinet Dinner Eadi cabinet officer has been inform cd by thc president that he Is not ex pected to coufiiie Invitations for dn nora In honor of the president and Sirs Roosevelt to the cabinet circle alone The CLVtVUst wIll usual be dent to the president and Mrs Itoosevell for approvalSTIme matter of precedence In cablnei dinners wIll be cast to the windsl Heretofore the socrtary pf the tfeas inj would not give Iris dinner for the president and Mrs Roosevelt until after that of the secretary of stat had been led and the socratrtry ol commerce arid labor always was the last tJ entertain the president Here after these dinners will beheld In such order as best suits the convenience of all members of tfio cabinet Timer old custom of limiting invitations to the cabinet circle brought time president face to face with nine dinner partIes with time samqperspna each season Proponed Memorial Bridge General liuinimroy quartermaster general of the armjvls a strong advo tie of the construction of the propos ed memorial bridge across the Potomac and the Improvement of the national cemetery at Arlington Va Referring ta these subjects in a report to the see retary of whO he says Tho necessity und value tram a Itarj point of view of a bridge at this place are moat apparent and thbreforc It Is earnestly recommended that an ap proprlrtlon be asked from congress for Its construction at or about time termi nus of New York avenue anti Observa tory hill which bridge when construct cd will not only furnish a direct route to time national cemny but also be the means of direft and rapid coui munication between the capital and the important military pot of Fort Mycr Va adjoining the tcuctery lVaf l lusraSn Trees Twe thousand four huudrcul and ser cntoen trees were libntcd on time streets during tile past hM mimi 1739 treei were removed leaving tlic total awn ber ottreea now ou the streets of the DIstrict ot Cnluuibla about 83005 an llacroasc bf only CIS over last year The appropriation for the parking comml Kion which s practically ail ex peiJel iu the planting and care of trees was 25000 IW ho present fig caj ycr 80000 was appropriated Ylrilo Uie eonimlssIotters were much FrnU at the Increase they believe that n larger amozut should be appro prlatoJ for tills purw o Dbbll t ucldlugs There are at pressat In the District c f CVunbiu 4tdI8 brick buildings 20001 frame buildliigt and 14301 sjtwl The baHdlug inspector reeommeuJa Ieslilatl3 toward providing sf board of eXHuiUtors to examine anti license builder suit Hrcliltccte He also recom mends that the present fire escape law be amended It ju tlib intention of the commissioner to rOc 1theuJ this lat ter legislation to eomlgress ArnlyVnr College Regaitllng the Impjpvcinputa in prog rose at the Washington barracks re er ration General M ckenaie chief of engineers says the present limit of coot ot time Arm Wnr CQllcge 5TOOOOO Wiltbe suulclent though lone too large UnpxpectcVfrfuudatlou dlfllcul ties wire cnoounterej In the buUdlng tom the ohgmcer s lot The working tiCHiaon of IC03 General Mackenzie najs was very disastrous so far as market pricsa of Jdr aijl mtttcriall nero concerned audlt w isrilso found impossible to utflfze the old buildings to the o5tent Cgiirod on In the original project CAHLSCIIOFIEkP With Charity Far AH Miss Lqja Ion FoUctte the daughter of tlio governor of Wisconsin has gone mthe professional stage A Miadlson woman saId ot her the other day Miss La Follctte has n reaily and rather caustic wit At a meatlug that we hold here for a charitable purpose Miss La Foiletto Was one of those yUo passed thrpugh the audience with plntes for contribu lons A rich miser sat tt avrcar scat alone and whOiH Uss H Follctte extended hOt plate to him lie Mid grimTy hl have uoUiaiiln t Time yqupg gbl kaaw themnn was roolthy nutl with n little smile silo- Haiti Take somcthluT ten This collee llos you know it far the poor I3alllmorc Herald DnlfourV UotorM Premier Kelfour lino lil pleasant sal Jos ftth rjembcrs of parliament nov dint t114 Jolln MosJoy tQilcIh41 to task spurn months agj for lujc attendance In the loiise of commons t MrBalfour den l tbot there Tras uiy dlsinclinatlou on hlB parl tj atteni tiO slttiurs or tllisten td 1 edets- On the contrary ho cctlnreil Kpnioiof the moments of greatest repose that could snatcU frqra a somgwiiat streaur ous aud laborious official carOerwero these spent on the treasury bench lla ehlng to his oratorical friendsNtnv Yolk Time t i FOLEYSS KIDNEY CURE Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder dieaso that is not beyond the reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE ETaDSTnIeIDdwith n kidney and bladder ntIecUon I flesh and was unable to work lirce physicians failed to help mo and I was giyea up to die Foley Iducr Cure was T1commend d and the first botU3 rave mo great relief an4 after UUn this tcocd battle I was elrot cared Tw 8Jx5Q QntaSQQL I 5C IIIf i Time RInd You Have Always Bought and which has bee in use for over 30 Years has borne the signature of dIU1 and haa beeftThale rnsder his pi ciF7 4r sonal superiiu SInce J e AlIono one iodeceive yIIAU Counterfeits Imitations and J iExperiments ihattriflo with and elHlaa e r tfce liWltk OtiInfants and ClilldrcuExpcrleHce agafiet ZBeI4etL r What is CASiQRIA t Castoria is a harmless substitute for Ca OT Piwws 1v4igone Drops and Soothing Syrups It isP iuaw 1 t 4 contaIns neither Opium Morphine nor other Xazecsuustance Its age is its guarantee It de tm ys Wcm anti allays Fcverislmess It cures Diarrjioea and WiMl rColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures COMMiMIe f uitI Flatulency It assimIlates the Food regtdM tIM 11 Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural ssy The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend fr GENUINE CASTORIAI ALWAYS Bears the Signature of t t jt lt I The MYou Hare Always Bought t In Use For Over 30 Years t MItHY 51W31411 enr f BUSINESSor younff woman who would win success in life This beingi conceded lt ia of first importance to get cur lrsinfrgat the school that standsin tha veryfroqi rank r 1Thh BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE o IN Et Corner Second aBdWalRHt Sts Lawisvlhe Ky I SOOKKEEPINGHOFRTHAlsfD rywFIiIric all opcnutheover the United Statesmt will b mAiled toy FREE iyearl 4 it Lr I JWH I G H T PRESIDE T LL YIf SAM SULLIVAN President W O PEAK Sec Treas HOME TOBACCO f f STRICTLY NOT IN THE COMBDJE DAILY SALES I j 4 STORAGE FREE Jc929931933935 WES3 MAIN STREEJT LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY q 1 T DeWitffoiwbenrw Save DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve Is the factDeWittsthat Is nude from the unadul- teratedWitchHazel imitationsworthlessevendigert4is BleedincItchlnrBarns Braless Sprains Lacerations EorarnsTetter SALVE PRXP E C DeWitt t Co Glcac k Irw promptly obtain II 8 IotociinyenticaiocIHo to Becuro- lPatenti and I RADEA Opposite U SPent O41 WASHjNGTONDC My Breathho- rtne33 of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease Kolwlthstandlns Trht many physic ana su heart disease can be cured Dr Miles Now Heart Gyro has pcr mancntly restore tQ health many thousands who had found no relief in tho medicines idiopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physldano It has proved Itself unique In the his touT of medJclno by feeing so uniformly eucccssful In curing those diseases K arly always one of tho first signs of troutltt Is shortness of breath Whether it comes ca a result of walking or running up s ilnj or of other exercises If the heart is unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powers there Is somcUjlng wrong with It Tho very best thing you can oJsl to hake Dr Miles Now Heart Cure It win go to the foundation of tho trpu hiennd mao a permanent euro by Btrchgthcrilng and renewing the nerves PI know that Drv Miles New Heart Cure Is a reaL remedy Fpr a number of years a Buffered from aWortness of breath 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