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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I f iI t tt ii THNItDrftI 1if 1 I liC w w 2 II l J it j 1 Nev i 4ij SerieYo1l iJ No 2 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OtJNTjX ENTUCKY DECEMBER 2U1904 V1A1U-I J fI fo ti ijJYro S B TMOirysox Jr I t Haydov 4MpSfr UNDERTAKERS1 AND EMBALMERS 1 Cafiry in stock all kindi of Faaera 4PHONE 53 j ioUR DIRECTORY K I SPRINGFIELD county scat of Wishingtott County 52 miles south dt Qf 14cxintoif 59 mil s from iLfOuUviUe on Bardstown branch of Louisyiil aid Nashville railroad in J F Y1 farmtnpr and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flpurmills lumber yarids Popilatibn 1100 populationofc- ouinty 15000 V RepresentatiVeiii Congress Iou D E Smith Hodgenyiery i Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W p Claybrooke 1 ReprescutatIVC1t1 State Senate Hox Iatty Lancaster Lebanon Ky 7 ourtj Irectcr t t cIR urv oURT the fOJtrUlCourtbegnOUC rcut 6ijuy in FeiIruatI and Octo Wr f ofTn Thurman Judgo 4Z R i Drbit11ej monVea1th At locncyjfM Campbell Oleik- M f i G1Commissner QU RTIR1JY Coutishei9fl the third Quarterly idnday in eacivihoutli B IrfijUsey Judge COUKTY COURT meets on the fourth CvirtIuntyj iionday in=ejtdh mouth I fl 131 LitseyJudgc- ClerkCountyW FBooker T R Mavesi County Attorney left Jailer n on d Richard Isham 3 Sidney Osborue ir R H Mullican Deputies Ed Maters v jii James P Moore County Surveyor itJ J Royalty AsseSsor T P O tyanDaputy Robert Noe t Treasurer J M Mbntgbmcry Coronet J W Bush Sept of Common c Schools P 0 SprIngfield- C1TYCOURT Janies R ISIoe Police Judge JohaGracj Mvrshil 6 W T Grigsby City Attorney 4 V3USTICl COURT J c jtiticd Courts are held in January April Ju17 and October Church Directory Hi METHODIST CHURCH llev J aHoBkinson Pastor Ser ti vlcc inthe Firstand Third SuUdays lhcaehmOnthatula m and 730 pm Sunday at 10 amSunflaySchool every Prayer mecl ngl every Wed1sd y night k CHURCH P F linnesayPat0r Serf m Rev yiccs every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a ni Services at St Rose same hours i j ift CHRISTIAN CHURCH 4 J Rev1eliX Pastor Service rit4cond anti fourth Sunday in each w b jftrJDth PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH1 ReV T D LatimcrV Pastor Sunday at 11 ameyery pm Sunday schoorevery 10am Prayer meeting e rjeaehing av cveninc flt 7 oclock rL D4pTISTtJRCJl WniiHamsoTJ Williams Pastor rf Re Bunday at 11 amyery i School every and 751f Sunday Sunday at930 t1fl Prayer meeting p evening at 715 oclockTuesday r every f Fraternal Orders MASONIC tootiB Springflcia lodge Kbrso meets first and third Monday in each month Washington Rf A Chapter No 57 cesvcry sfecbnd Tuesday Springfield Cauiicil iJo52 meets on cvetv ourth 1vtdad VctTS of Tioi MiCAffEES licet txrv iirst Wednesday in each mon = p 5 iIOJ U siil AMERICAN 1Lr1 L 1 + f j 1 t jJ 1 Uu 4 i COOLr a Lcy- a unrra II For sa J Byad u n I oo w A ROUND Of TALK 0 t7 f nft ftftftnn ftft fr fIflIPtVIftzI Y ICJ C cC For the Ypiin Year jOut of the utmost East At dawn a stripHnjrcam Brightclothed as for a fpast With robes of flame Forth from his morningr eyesV There beaconed hlghd sire His brow glowed radiantwi3e With Hopes pure fire r Love mankind thus swelled His heartsonjgwithput cease And in his hand he held J The flower of peaeeV Blow round his pathway blow 0 Heaven your softest airsj And with him ever gx Our praise and prayers Clinton Scollard in trie January Womans Home Companion J CATHOLIC PreachiiJgr ELEfiRATEDr There seemed to be an unusual amount of good cneer and Christmas spirit abroad in- ihe community this season and old Santa Clause was quiteactive in making his rounds of the various homes and glad If littteIfJicmes about town and the pretty custom of remembering friends with presents was freely indulged in The merchants all report a good holiday trade and the peo pie generally appeared to be in a humor to buy and did notseemto lack the necessary funds either Many of the stores practically closed out their stock of toys and cheaper articles brought on for the holiday trad and the amount of good things sold by the local groceries indicated that toe peo pie prepareclfor a feast atV the Christmas table Opera House on last Friday the occasion being an oratorical con test among the older pupils of the Graded School There were lour boys and four girls to take part and each piece was well rendered The judges thad some difficulty m iiammar the winner they so well Mr Herbert Walter one of the judges hia happy little speech finally announced that Mr Lyman Barbsr would be awarded the prize among the boys and that the girls rprize was given to Miss VV- It 6 1m m IUCCESSFUiQuitea Springfield excellently all- haddone StellaSimms wasalstrongkihk the citizens and business men about the way the town was slturi ed loose on last Saturday night andtoput it mildly things were carried 1a little too far The boys were allowed to burn up some fire works on the street but they soon got beyond all control and reason Fights with roman can dIes and giant tire crackers were carried on with such a vengance that the scene at times nth street would doubtless have compared favorably with one of the numer bus engagements between the Russians d Japanese armies in the war of the far east Someone evidently not a boy became so enthused that ne conceived the idea of making a noise calculated 1jtapstick ofdynamit and a cap and selecting a spot on the street near the conty clerks office he turned it loose Th Jesuit was ah ex plosion that shocked the town broke out several window glass in the vicinity and shattered the curb stone against which it was laid idlo small fragments Hid anyone chanced ttp piss the spot at that particulaV time thercmight have been a case for the coroner Such is the result of allowing a little license The privilege is so apt 10 be abused to an unreason able exent rrj cr TILL V Rl 9Jwnoti e thafcthe promoters of the Bnrley Tobacco Growers Asso stillatvorkorganizringtha subscriptions tq the stock of tile concern Meetings have been held in a number of qdunties JhlQlC OtIt the Burley district inwapeQtorsappear t take hold of thematter U J OtI1 quite well and seeiAto recognize the need of organization but the season is getting so far along and the Burley Cop1ans appear to be so undeveloped that m my of the growers are getting impatient and losing faith Many crops are now ready fbr the mar fr and to the outsider no defi nite timeappears when the far mer is to deliver his goods and jj get his money from the Burley coVAs we have said all along in our obsetvations concerning this company mid its plans we beleive it is founded on princi pIes calculated ftto1neflt the ifarmer but the plans mustbe made practical and this has not been done HE UE5QN4he Antler son News inreferingto the list of farpis adverfcisiedi for sale in the NEWSLEADER remarks that it lookslike of the Washing ton county farmers want to sell out Not at all brother Washington county farmers desire to make a change occasionally Frequently a farmer will sell his farm in order to buy a larger and better one Washington bounty farms are attracting buyers from other counties too and on the whole the county gets more new citizens In than it loses by lhaving the old ones move away Another thing which accounts for tiie promi nence given the list of farms for sale is that ourr al estate dealers are alive and believe in ad vertising what they have to the best possible advantage lltard1j l1Ju nrW Witt Js is the only genuine Witch Hezcl Salve writes L Tucker of Centre Ala I havo Used it in my family for Pilc Cuts and Burns for years and cab recommend it to be the Salve on the mart Every family should keep it asViVZSi an invaluable household remedY Id should always be kept on hand foifitmncdiate usb II Mrs Samuel Gag of North Bash N Y says I had a flfcycr sore on my ankle for twclvc oars that the doctors could not cure AH salves and blood remedies proved worthless I could tot walk for ocr two years Finally 1 was persuaded to try beVVitifs Witch Hazel Salve whicS has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief UeWitts Witch JJazol Salve cnres without leaying a pcar Sod by all druggists Reyolnl10n Ifflh11iiillt A sure sign approaching re volt aud serioustrouble in your system is nervousness sloeplq ness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will qui lr1ey dismember the troublesomecuuses Itnever fails to lonethe stomach regu late the Kidnsand Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down system benefit partic arly and all the usual at tending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effective ness Electrict Bitters is oiily 50c and thatis returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction GuSran teed by 6 J Haydon prvggist Ad Itont to Biinit Front fcyere Bilious Atlaci I Jiada severe bilious attack and fcltlike my head waa about to burst when I got hold of a free sample of Chimbcrlaihs Stomach and Liver Tablets I tock a dose of them after d pper and the next day felt like a new man and have been feeling happy ever since Bays Mr J W Smith of Juliff Texas For billions nes stomach trouble and constipation these Tablets have no equal Pjjlce 25 cents For sale bj Ilaydona drugstore i 1 Daily At Capital A Frankfort dispatch says iYrW Pi Walton tie well known Lexington editor whj hs jdst disposed ot his paper the Lexington Democrat ttfthe This aid Publishing Company of that city was here to day with a view to startfng a Democratic news paper here at the Capital iia5the sale oi his paper at jexington Mr Walton retained hi plant and will remove iit to this city If he decide to locate here he will begin the publication of a morning paper stfbrlly after the first of the Jnew ear Live try ChamberJaifis StomAch LiverTablcts They are easy U and prodiice no nausea grip her dUafretabl effect EOTM Haydoni dfOjfstoret J Nearly All from Solid Soatht Of the 154 Democrats who will constitute the entire streugth of their party in the itoxW House 108 will come fromtheold Sol id South leaving only twenty six distributed among the other St tesT4ls ngvNew England arid the states lying1 north of the Potomac ard east of the Ohio rivers including Maryland and West Virginia with a total rep 1151theleone half coming from New York The entire country west and north of the Ohio river excluding Missouri extending to the Pacitic ocean and having an ag gregate mambership of 140 will be represented1 in the next Houe by only six Democrats two of whom will come from Indiana and one each from Ohio Illinois Iowa and Wisconsin Look out for Coughsv Colds Croup and Whooping Cough They are wdan gerotis at this seafion of the year They lead to pncnnomia or consumption You san prsvsntor cnreall such complaints with Bees Laxative Honey and Tar an improvement oyer all cough lung and brohchiral remedies and best Cough Syrup Sold by Ilay doiis Pharmacy Piratinl Follys HoneyaM Tar Toley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lutig remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley Honey add Tar many imitations are offered for the genuinc Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tilte offered as no other preparation will give the aame satisfaction It is rniIdlyIaattvO It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by Wood fl Camp bell BURNED TO DE4TJI forcible End of an Aged Colored v4fflnh Aunt Nettie Thompson the wife of George Thompson or deorge Knox as he is better known met with a horrible death by burning at her home near Litsey on Thursday afternoon last The olu1 woman had been partially paralyzed for some timQ and was barely able to get about the house She was ileft alone in the cabin Thursday with air infant child and just how the accident happened will pr b- ably never bo known It is sup posed that hor clothes were ignited from the fire in the roc and in her helpless condition she was unable to extinguish the flumes Her husband on return ing to the house in the oyeni ng found her yiiion the floor with her body burned almost to a crisp The unfortunate woman was still breathing when found but died shortly afterwards Her body with the exception of her face was horribly horned George Knqx or Thompson the husband of the dead woman is one of the best known colored men of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood itnd he and Ihis fnmily enjoyed tie respect of the neighborhood The unfor tunate woman was past 60 years of age EttMW h Blltf = Those who will persist in clos ing thoir ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kin New Discrvertfor Cbusumptloo will havp a long and bitter figbt i with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beall of Beall Miss has to sav List fall my wife had overy symptom of consumption She took DrKings Now Dis covery after everthing else ll1d failed Im provement came at once arid four bottles entirely cured her Guaranteed by CJ Haydon Dru sJst Pricjs 50c acd l riall bottle free lOOI FrmsprSJe f We have farms for sale inI nearly very county in Kentucky Write us for our list of It costs you nothing to buy irough us Now is thu time to list your farm for sale Write us for ourplanotseUiog through local aMlAfl sky and adjoiV lii5TOlii Good Roads tAs Discussed by one of Our Gorrcspoudents The Necessity 07 Buying Rock Crushers and Working the Roads Sugcstcd Toe county of Washington is now about out of debt as we all therupon us for we can nol only have the rate of taxes reduced but by a low extia efforts have Good Roads which is one of the important factors toward the d velopmenfand growth of our county The roads are in such a condi lion that travel is unpleasant at least The persons who own rubber tire buggies wilUTiave to quit traveling or buy a steel tire or else be continually going to the repair shop for new rubbers The lumbermen will have tfo increase their horse power Every person who travels can nov readily see the need of rock crushers Would it not 1e more pleasant to travelover a smooth road thin one that almost de molishes the1 vehicle and one that will jolt yo r liCe out This can be easily answered All of coure will take the former in preference to Ithe latter The next question isHpw can hae ketter road Aloswer rocllcruShers1Vhich metal for the roads throughout the county provided they are placed at a suitable location where they can easily reached We can then have roads that will be smooth and not getmuddy in the winter Then why not now l1Ut the county is able purchase ese almost absolutely necessary r JjjftQtuces and keep wagons busyc d dis over theb county and wli wouM have a road that would last a lifetime and the longer it lasts the better it gets TI eveiy business man knows ho will not help to urge t questionon becSusa they think if the rest can stand to travell rough roads they can do jut as well without better But if these men would takethe qu tion underconsideration they tJO would become more anxious for better roads and rock crus minors which we are now in suali great need of r Why dont the business mc the office holders of the county do something toward securing the necessities for the benefit one and all Is iit because th do not have to travel much an do not care what the farmers lot is But permit me to say that iiishouldbeter roads and better prices for their produce or quit patron izmg the jtown folks then my fellow citizens then wouid you see the great need of good roadh and the usefulness of tho fai mers to the country at thesama time Let one and all join ihi this great contest for good roads as there is no excuse for such an enterprising people its the cit msof our county Wa have free tradej free roads and free pressando cigoodi should attract much attenti of those interested concerning our reads and that is the culver ts They too are badly out ot repair They ueed lowering and ai fixed around the edges to pre iyerSGive nature three help and j nearly every case of con- sumptionI will recover Fresh I air most importance all nsof t Cherry PectoralI Nourishing Food comes next Then a medicine to control ii the cough and hVal thr lungs Ask ant food doctor yt 1tfi 1 u51rti 1 caMS or lnnsr but briettaO 11 rtau 111 vent the wearVnd tear of buggies for what could be more provolc ingtban to start for a short dis tance and break a buggy spring It would be annoying yet it would be the fault of the deliver according to the plea put up by the overseers It would bs better for us if we toud secure an overseer who had to travel over the road aery day as the mail carrier does then he too could realize the need of good toads and probably he would make an effort to have them improved The best authority we can give reference to is our mail carriers ask them if we dont need better roads and culverts they cain tell you all about it They tiravel over the same road every day nnl it never gets any better 13voryo 1e realizes the importance the great need of those rock crushers and we are goijng lto have them if we can secur aid Then the peope can travel in ease and we will wage that their shop account will not be as arge as heretofore Ails we want is what we need and Hwel do not need good roads please do notl t us hear anyone sjy we need rain in dry weather beiaue it is no more important for the general welfare of our Common weAlth l PleaSe let us hear the opinion esponFntson until we haVe them by UNO r KILIfD BYIHe TR41N Gergc Bake Colored is Ground to- PlecesbylN Passentter cin last Saturday nighjb at about 9 oclock a crew of section hands discovered the mangled wemainsthe along the track in the out just can elow the first crossipg of the ftn railroad i about a mile below tos andIllsj several men went to the spot tJ1ehefragments of the body of the unfortunate negro which were taken to the Undertaking esti Jishmeht of John Y MajpeSjmd j placed In a coffin and Prepared sfQr burial Just how the accident otcurr cd will probably never be known hThe man was evidently k lied by the evening passenger train ryanmhour late that evening iA hand car containing a crew of ection hands followed the passenger up ofbut anyevthing along except a Idcoat which proved to be the property i of the dead mail and which they stopped arid picked up Qnthe return trip however the crew of the hand cat mai the ghastly discovery of the body of the dead man The train had run over him and ground the body to pieces George Baker or Baker which was probably his right name was a wellknown colored man and lived with Ii family near Valley Hilt He was a hardworking negro but would hetlcame to town He was in town Saturday and was drinking It is supposed that he started home in a drunken condition and was t oniof wayankn6w nothing of tie occurrence until tlje discover was made by the section mentt was within dahundreyCsofthis spot thatthe coloredman deorge Hughes w struck and tilled by a train about two years jtgo Hugs it will be rememberedwaskillcd at the road crossingi while driving in a road cart 51VThe health and fragrance and strenpflfofthe great pine forest are coiidensed in Pineulesa nev discuvery llput1ipKIdney flood and Bladder diseases Backache Lumbago and ever jora of Rheumatism Pineplcsrid jthe syste Hmpurhics pldi ynilya 1 HK maciV ft tttt Not a p Intfte should be lost when ciJd fchows symptoms of croup rnberlas Cowfk Ktmedy flyea x na til chUd MellGaneOr- f r the croupy etughapptr orfevent fhe attack It berer nd is pfeaaaut and salt t9 tby Hay oda drngorV t r1A AAD WRECK A bad wrebk of me local acconiidatfon trin out from Louisville to thi place occured near Woodlawn on last Friday mpining Jhe traFQ had startijd down the lload this side oi Woodlawn when on mak ing a curve the baggage car arid tbe pas enger coach left the rails and were finally turned complete ly over There were only fiye paisengers in the coh and all were badly shaken up but none seriousJy injured ReyvtV Hv tlhurchW Carter were standing on tho rear pjlatlorm when Ihe accident happened and both vere thrown violenjtly to the grqunjd but es cape with a few braises Toe track was torn up tiir a consider abledistance and it Was some twelvehours before the wreck was llearcd The eveping passenger traia was delayed and the mail ana passengers jvere trans fered and brought on1 by the en glue and a box car of the freight STILL AT IT Dogs got into a flock of sheep belongingS to Mr Taylor Spaulding near town on llastSundaynightand killed eight head and crippled five others some of which may die As usual there is unfortunately do clue to the identity of thadogs These raIds of sheepkillirg dogs are becm log more numerous ever year and the loss fails heavily onvtbe farmer whO has no relief and nu protection from future raids aIs Giuot Be Curer Cannotjreahl There Is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube isinflamed you have a ramb ling sound or imperfect hearing1 and hen it is entirely closed Deatness is result and unleos tho iuflamation be taken out and this tube re stored lo its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine sepwhich is nothinpf but an ditioh of the mucous surfaces We will gIve One Hnnnred Pallars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrhthat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Care Send for circulars free lbJ J CHENEY t CO Toledo j l Sold by aruggiata 75c Take Halls Family Pills for Constipation J OI iHtcreKt ta Ibtllrs Thousands of little ones die ever ear of cro pMost of them could havfe beeiHsaycd by a few doses of Folevs Honey and Tar arld ever firaily with children should keep it in the house It containes no opiates and i8safe and sure Mrs George H Picket San Fran cisco Cal wpites It My baby had aI danrerQus attact of cronpe and thought she would choljeHo djyxth but one dose ofFolcvs Hone v and Tar r Hevcid her at onccafter other reniedi had if ailed We are never a mint ite with ut It in the hoase For saa by Woo lCampbeU r j deLebano Locals Prom the Enterprise DEBO EDWARDS of ths coun and MissCarrie Youcg of Boyle county wEre granted jicene 4 marry They were united at Mackville Washington unty- lis yesterday The groom is 18 and his bride22 Y9UNG it MULLENS sold this week three crops of toWcco one of thsir own raising and two 1rthey bought of others Thetfrst comprised GtC001bsr for which they rece edlOiCi the qtherlotis of 6000 Ibsi each thy received 10 and 12c per lb respectively I Ths tobacco was oi the Burlel variety I The purchasers were Baby Mattingly Ca asfriEttslegraph office at rore V to was brokea into Monday if6t and several passes sortie mopey and a few other articles were stolen Theiront door of the itstoreoffrbmtoj to bottom and the store entered but Mr Lyons failed fin anything missing jNocwh was ttakem and if apy aritcle of merchandise was carred awa it was rattoved withovt cans emingant confusion of tbe gods Crawford Bro near thicitjt- hrOugh r 8ce rce t YoSngji bouglitof Frank Ray 210 aeIfes atro per are9 This al- Jdfiit to Orwford Eros farm a 4ipcindt Mr Rays sod other Imp ford Brog snow 400 cMof- Irprov flr cultIcatir r and art a Dlurbut cit iW and most proiaperwis frirHeres tq their ft eetMr i fjThe County O1erk o wam jtgWednesday numb r gathered to ttMfceremony which was wforni d J by CouQly Judge p iJ Biriter of the bridF under Ptfbut came irrned with aftdaTiiii fthat ajulfiorize the Gk rk jOi il ie the loco meat that woloiWhitOi S re them ahPP1 hristmamf J T Farrisi a LaRiie onpif school teacher and Miss Gaas Jorils R EArviof Tsjfior county a1ncL Miss EfflCarhl44l were 09 contracting rpartMifjt Both of the brideslive on 1coUsiiRidge in this county FranTaf Cofcoririi fwhb was one of+tnti 0t S3ectatorsvbunteej toacL as attendant ind his kiladcejsWa W acoeped Pircule Z is the name of a rt 41lsWcovpry pntip in anaw wayAcertaia cnreforahlKidsiyfllnodagilfljjtl rdies3cs3nd ever form of xhem atjsmVPined es rel ievaBackachi amd KiS nie j i ii j palnes pqrmstnentlj Jf you jJceJ uck f a remedy let showypu the wpipd r ful Pineries rdbyHayiiciBsPhats mcy iPi1 1 lj tllNj3J IoroQ frirI8 t rt fi If yen are iM bled with liidigetion JM t get a bottje of Kodol DyspcpgitlCure tji and see bow qiiickly itwill ciriBvotl H t Goo A ThOmpsbn cf Spencer Ia tsays Have hd PyajaepBii forte f years My cai was Almost hopeless tjj KodolDyHpepsia Cure wa recomnieii ded and I nsed a few bottle and jtla the only thing that hal reiicvcde 1Wouldiiot be without it ifave doe ored with local physicianiajrlal J t at Chicago and even weatfoi NorwayVwith hopes pf ffettinc otJ1ereliefbutI r Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only reraqdy thatTESS done mead lodj and I heartily recommend itveIYperson RufterinJE with indfgesstH o D spepsashOH feitf Bold by all dru lrtsb1 utu Postmaster writes in theVWork IQ 1J rvicewassV510000 was thert rty en propiVand exit serviceral of V 94puti caly there t lished extended a routes tholeaTaking 4 age numbersev a moclerateesUniate U I 1Vservice in operatioc Oclobe rr11V1904 was bringiflctbe ail iUIIIn easy reach oL Jlhhouie3 t1 L ity211 t50 1llID lir rl11aftrlr f 1 ttVeiittiti artfimpuoaement over all CosghVand Bronchial l rcta4die lIt ch oa Ur boweIsirivs tbeoid ontJo the zys 4cm cures Cro4p whsepiag Oottxh- IwardsoJE l fVpIeMnioaaO4MnjbOs tthe lwngi Be siLaiithe Ioey and I laristkh atJr yiip tfHItf ifIatTatte gooi oWby 1Iay4nti Pharmacy VV C IItii8 Bet had kidney trosiblsMr 7lari writs Mn kaymoud OMUtcr o Sbei ti1 Wash haDid the rfoitor 900 iinteJpsi Yluea1MltMYcIfc ry t4ote giu arelief and I aow cswit jca+ tM m for FoicrV Kidney Cptt It kt sedl iiV KHtod se tfcry will elimioaU the iSOtiS frm the Woo Upk they do tliifIoM iaatb WIvposible Fo alIhj Wosddiiii- ViV lk OittftrW- raJtapart oC UM Slate mw btft work jidby counterfWtwrl nitiwor o taUrer a lmaA d to re 9mble a dftae L x iofftoD merchants have discover ed a large norabef of the spuii ous eoilujntireir possession andVthe detectives of the govermetibV are making a diligei i arcb fur the guilty pirties IflJWprw ii A4swR r- rr rur JYIRY Y SI A YEAR lNI ADVAJOIII SPRGLDW III B U DAVBON Jr I c siL L1 essiI es v = aUr lJI New f haag e O liberal M crot cent Sf rSipSCt I UOIUSLIIdt 1r Iily 3 tuAYvisit I editor of i It 1kgrMWnttoUhey ilJlij rer 4e tielariMnumU fctr of old niiiferibegB as yell as at the new omiibo f 7 hate called toP Mid dollarstheir apaeeft S with M ar ytsrs subscription j both eII iabe perwhichL J JIog titseleventh r jras the Tb NwSjEADERC t It shows bit the thap1eof Jleount1UU oily ap pdsbeor sorts in the 1stbtt his J1tilce in Ourabill ty day 4 Kptt t Ry0 i i My par wlncb In ner r jvative way endeavors i t1m ne1fsand worbfor All i to 4 ttu that promise rlLiheCOuntyand the r plef1f 1Lfri the coming year it is our t if ilI to make certain inv 1iSuMa incur news seryicej J ttft W s can be doe ald tto awk e the p pervM attractive as and o her I 1sib4e m appeerance f heThegeeraLpOliCY0ft Twie thewill continueijtt HE SLEJLDER f iMM ia the future as ibhasbe en il i iitfth pMfe4We beleive that a can find a field of iT fommtj paper 1 rser uefulne j1OI1Othng titt ittdtwrtml and other kindredt interest of the people of a com tornuntyr attempting n man how our readers wish all a J- S IS was at 4Iaes- Ali R r rf 1G W the we oJ1DjUr ave cas 1raa4sIi fib inioas 9lt dMlls si1 4B MveftPitIburgdtwing1 rVJ gswa7I v i HHfo 2JT1CHILDREN t i w jck I plled tdiIJ 4Mviaee w the work IIlFI8CI the aeN IMa usadf rISS11 eoW Tlrt fflWJ4ffM I M at ki4rr4 aeie 4erd ikavJc ar teatira ktoek JNwki Kl rabWlt M term jack apptfel to tb f knave id i jc1atbebox aad jack JIfbtes w I 4Ierutlfe H bp e ekknlf ean a boys In early dyi jM jackbite- u the oJ a bz teys aad 1PM teIve bIM too greateet fMMfNu TSfc iiilBiffe made of t wfettt 4 jwi ijifML 1 Jteef bones 15 8 = I t NMs etld feet pwtMd tbcwMireB on the x tje v with tUp L n h = 1qIf footnke the treebie TPirhea y ae I aftIIP ao eiieab JM1twc j tI CJa1 you wJlltr rv CM pauear aiid jHlt- Csw iaterMMX h the ther One i cUw feftjRlMftpi tbrtttoc iriJJ ene Lcutte b tbir a enickee a tatofe im11ete bet 1IJPractlealiy ave ed Ia walking Of tthese ten k s the feast palr th claWfr art Mayluj iLin biQ aad righth1i claw Is tJIe mote bug aDd bM fc teeth ou Its edge wWi the otber I J tbbotblnt tuber dM or banuMnu Thtt left cfnir to op era tfodb1 rtroogwl frtwck SonJe tlniea boWer the iclMom dew te the imit ae and k temaNr or rruab r la J J = e W WfiW flW6WiHWH News From The County iippuiI14 AmustkSVS1lRtY PSP1Soas Rprtulby our CorispndnthnnftaMMMM WiUisburII Wishing the many readers of ejear 01d NEWS LEADER ace trr55 Christmas and ft happy tar and will jjot you a fewab l ppEnings of the past weelrthi We are glad to report Mrs Sue erritt and Les Gibbs convales this weekatDr W 1 Welle Miss Mattie Browne and Mater Eharold of j ouisvlle are spending the Hp1sic 9ys with A B Wei s and ianj pei Mise Lula Earl Merritt has re ha- rnedhome after a fourmonths the with her sister in Louisyille ba- rand AtBloomtieldrMr Lester Gibbs and sister ay Bell are spending the week their home Euglewoddof Mr and Mrs Edd Foster of four rdliam and Mr and Mrs Iran 12 Casey of Tathani spent Sunday 13 Mr Rufus Foster ered Mr and Mrs James Birch of ouisville spent Xmas with Mrs dog MJ Birch at Birch wood Mr Alvia Foster retimed from last Saturday where he nice been engaged in business Mr Merritt Hungate celebrated 50th birthday on last Satur at his countryhome one mile fjotn tovn Those present were evs J A Simms and wife B C and wife Mr J Warw and wife Mark Hung te and1sume wife W P Scruggs and wife present had an enjoyaole time May Mr Hungate liveto enjoy i many more happy days with his is the wish of the writer Your correspondent desires to l express our thanks to Mrs W S Gibbs for her lovely treat sue gave us on Xmas day If was some of this years peaches she had prepared herself to keep She also remembered her friends Thanksgiving and was fortunate enough to keep some until Xmas They were October peaches anif were as sweet and delicious they had been taken from tne tree that day Miss Lizzie Blackerby entertained her friends in a most chiming ar manner on last Friday with a candy pulling Those present were Misses Myrtle Sut herland Artie Sutton Hattie and Ethel Settles Lula Pinkstone Annie Mcllvoy and Maymie B Merritt Elvert Keeling John Turner Dr Oscar and Ormsby Shewmaker Ballard and Oph Settles Sam Crook and JoeJNic hols n All paesent had a lovely time PcicJ1eiAUgate spen Orm fOscar Sbewmakero sboro were in our town last rsaturday 3 W Sutherland Mr Evert Keeling and Miss Myrtle outherland attended the dinner A C Pinkstons Xmas day Br W WJ Hyatt and wife and little Miss Nellie and Mr J Weed spent Sunday with Mr Har Greenwood and wife Dr W L Wells arid Lester ibbs Were in Mackville Sunday With manv goOd wishes for NEWS LEADER and its editor will ring off Forest View It has been rainfng for two CartwrlghtsOreek nce earijspiin- Mr it 1 Gepge B1anfoidof Louis I alanforliThl1psrentslr lt UttlelthesonMarshal Wellington of Academy Union county iswe- again making himself very agree quite le among his young friends atwe is place Hessie Smith and Lennie Me m Intire who are attending schooll Gethsemane are at home to spend the holidays i PE Mr Watt OBryan is quite pos with the grip atthis writing We hear that rumor is whis of ring it around that we are to vetanother wedding early in New Year But the turkeys as yet not been slaughtered The dogs laid in for their Christmas dinner plenty of fresh of mutton from the following flocks sheep11rs Vick Smith lost head Sam Anderson Her James Nalty I Pius F nwick arid several more flocks snff We will leave it to our intelligent Legislators to hx the awand remain silent our to selves on the question Al Smith sold to Sam Smith a mare for 110 thWattRogers of Marion county his s yearlingjack for 200 Bart sthith bought of Thomas Simms a nice horse lor 85oWe nptice that several of the riters use word Xmas We pre that itstands for Christmas Our education is very limited and would be glad if some of the intelligent writers to icform us through the columns of the whatfgood old NEWSLEADER language the word belongs to We are very ignorant in regardi to that word Xmas tlillsboro We are having an unusaly ml Christmas and one which eyery body seems to be enjoying are certainly celebrating tli birth of our Saviour lin the proper spirit Jim Oder and wife visited t1 family of C W Oderat Sunday The former Mr OdeI- who is one of our best citizen Wi r move to his new home near Book er in a few days Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong two ot our most popular alyounggivan by Miss Lulie Pinkston at Brookvile Sunday Quite a crowd was present All report a delightful time- rr V7 CD leB wiU 1n n + l11fnAIv J UJU4 JJLUbWWL- in a fewdays Gosip says he will not return alone but will doubtles take one Washingtoni countys airiest girls witn him It seemS that the youg men are fastJearning that the fairestt girls reside in Washington county We werejover at Fenwick one day last week The new mill at that place is doing a good bust nes and the merchant there was enjoyinga fine Xmas trade and in fact the town is on aboom and their ball team is anxious to defeat our boys but this they will never be able to do for they can not locate Our Even 101barelsman at 250 and 10 barels from F M Shewmaker at the samej price He also bought 1 0CO bunIlea of oats from Tyler Brothers for 240 cent per hundr djj Our market reports abput as follows Corn 240 hay 60 ct p hundred bats 40ct per burshock fodder 20ct 25 hans a8ctRev G V Todd rpastor ot t f t The Holidax trade was 8 1 Qodibut thaI getQownEveryday Business Feeding the people is everyday Misi Ie iness and it is my business I wish to l rltpyimeof D Canned Goods j Ihandlethe Celebrated Gilt Edge Brand C which includes Boston baked beans pumpkin peas tomatoes strawberry beats cotfn dumpling apples etc at McEFfoy7s SairFi nfg dpi5 manyigh 01 ii- ul1 liflefHfrschsf sauces irsdtoJnatocatsu ne yoiif orSJUrs rvine MEroI Oo1 = = vein this community last week after his flock For This is Rev Todds first years For with thischurcb and he is a hustling worker and is beloved by not qnly hIs Forchurch but by the entire com unitySColeman Settles one of our For local horse jockeys went to rryvme last week for the par rof trading horses He reo For ports P rryville in a high staa prosperity under the manage mental Capt Byon Parks Dr Oscar Shewmaker who Iis attending a medical school in Louisville arrive Friday to spend the hplidays at the home his father F M Shewmaker Miss Mallie Shewmaker a popular young lady of Nelson af county who has been visiting Misses Maud andE a Inman has returned to her home at Botland One of our young men is now wearing a sad face and refuses be comfortedU1 U1Ifcontemplate a trip out on matri monial seas during the holidays ey would do well to secure tb of Prof J T Prather and Capt Settles who will make that line of work a specialty during Xmas As to the su ceS8z1 f their work one may ask Sai Montgomery who recently had both of them employed and T ceived valuable assistance from them during his matrimonial ad ventures John Armstrong bought thec following crdpsof tobacco during the past week W E J ID Sutherlands crop for 221 Josb Inmans for 7c per lb Helen and Marshal Keeling for 1C Cal Sea and Ben Gordons cr of 4500 pounds for 8c Pinks Gordon for Ge W D Hall for seleeIdLions lOtc Doc Lewis crop Hie Dean Doug1ashoRoyaltys crop strong sold six hogshead in L jgL averageheckWe learn that a strange aeriall itphenomenonnessed bysome of our peplel a LthisTV strange visitor was a meteor what not can only be conjectured as none who saw it were able to say The path traversed was shown by the broad trail resem lenot bUng anf gj tIVt pIe a short while agO or which some of thecoriespon dents took us to time about porting but shouldatt1ct fJrparties telling us of the occur rence We look upon Christmas day j as a glad and joyous day it isIa time for relaxation in our workj a time when we give our gifts as tokens of our esteem andaffec tions a time whenwestop in urMrmad rush for the things pfcearthi to think about the worlds great est benefactor Christ who iis the central figure in the universe I is supposed to have made His advent into the world about this time A feeling of liberalityr ed seizes us on this day Wo otMrto gh e something to our friends to show our loyalty to them Weini want to give something to our lorIthem Christmas is the day of all days to the children with eagerness they wait for it with fond anticipation they look for J ward to it so we should not for off get them on that day Oh many thousands of children there W re in thS land of plenty that ave not received a gilt dm ing these glad holidays may the by people of God not forget sOilecliss you can show them a kind ness and they will always love you for it but slight them tehy will never forgot it Im pressions tha are made on the Sold young minds are never whollyj erased Let us open our hearts then and give of our means to these more unfortunate ones of tel life and in this way we IIBCtJy imitate the example of our way Saviour and gain his diviaeap royal LILAC j A ClIi kitloiBlunders ire sometimes verysu 8Uexpensiveself is the price of a mistake but br- lyoul never be wrong if yon take- Dr iKings New Life Plug for I yswpsiaJjizztness Headae wiF Liyer prv Bowel troudlear Tfityy re gently yet thorough 25cV at JBkycns Drug Store York tvNoWe do not k3w of a sivfleiMftaiMc that tbkereUmozi1a oMconsaraptled when geoIeysiken Jt curet coafks a4 ldl j Mikk Terfctlyole uuksown preWat ib frhkk may Contain opIate wHkk jtaua eofil patioo condition Wpk retIrroyci7lrouLcoidI AfOUS7OUS7uTM and r+ L isbItIt o 55oriaIbyMOM bfjUjr ENwIcAit f kWkalBton o 3Ikb1 of Democratic Candidates The following gentleman were wdeclared the nominees of theirW Arty for the respective county mc at the Democratic primary r eld in Washington county Au r gust 6th 1904 They are to be oted for at the regular election November 1905 PCounty Judge B L Litsey Co Attorney T S Mayes CountjOlnrkW F Booker Repstnttive W D Claybrookt Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of Schools J W Bush Jailer Geo D Catlett ForAssissorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy Coroner J M Montgomery Miss Annie Logsdoft has returned home after a few days vlsittoMissIrisPurdomofTexlls WilIrNalley and wife spent Sunday with tLe llatters parents at Mackville Miss Mattie Begley is at home er closing a very successful school at Jensenton Dan Adams who is attending 1WMiss Annie Kiley is visiting her nclc Mr C M Tunjey at Lex W inglon Misses Ethel Verna nd Lena leRogera spent Monday with Miss Lena Epperson 1 Pleasant P1ll Pulls as pleasant and positive as 1 omDeWitts Little Early Risers De WlttlLtttJe Early Risers are so znil4 eandeffertive that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by all druggists HaPdesiy Schoolhouse 6fjThe Literary Society meet at nightonand will meet again next day night The subject to be debated is whether there should notbeastocklawMost people of this vicinity have gone to other counties to take Christmas and what is left behind would go if there was only a bridge across the Beech Prof Oheatham has dismissed his school at this place on account of the serious illness of his father Mr Cole Cheatham orMrsSarah Gray has returned home after a twojweeks visit with her daughter MraEhza Carnej fliptoEL cca given also Mr H K Gjqod lett to Clifton Tatum at 9ct Several from tthis place attended County Court Monday reoMrs Emma Yancey of Spring spent Suuday with her mother Mrs Sale Mr Edgar Gray and sister Ida attended the Christmas tree at t Chaplin Fridayforrelations in Mercer county Nelson Ransdell of Kirk wood visited fri nds here Wed nesday ani Thursday Mr Sot Kayes and wife of I Pleasant Grove spent Sunday I with relations here Several from this place attend the Christmas tree at Maud Rufus Goodlett and sister Miss Tavie are guest of relatives Mercer county Mr Robert Gray and sister Ethel spot Sunday with relatives s nere Chaplin kother Be GarefnltuJ the health of youif children Look a anWfohopInOoughOne Minute Cough Cure Is the bes tperemedy Harmless ansi pleasant SoldI there all Druggists one does of Rings Dyspepsia Tablets after eating even if you can eat but eatdDyspcpia r Stomach Belching and Weak Heart much by Haydons PharmaoyU Caaeealed SeteieeibnConcealed In eaqh one of theac foncesr oxmathe same thing In a much better Transpose the words so that you make a ner and more simple sentence 0belugtouJuupVastlycounty 4 wrong of saying things ItTryh cceed Cheerless over the hills of graj that ief December day rose the BUDSpO doingrcpJIsluggard go to the ant Be f and se and consider Its ways ear niaftos all of us cowards Xe Knew It UjP Here iIs the exilct answer of a New schoolboy to the questions wordliM 4 like 4hall and what are LHallta bawl h WHB along a boy Mt je to rtcee4 aul what the c chargii 70 25 meats toe to theHl H SeinK ailverybody bd Cough Mi 1 j5mixed ai end tn sp iiiInI tktirk1Yo- u wr Weed CoJ 33- As well as many other things wifch which you may be 3 I supplied at the establishment ot yvn j 4 d if McClure 8 Wells I- fJ fi I d J Headquarters for r fN i Feed Grain Buggies ariifoll kirids of implenaents JL c for the former OJd Hickory Studebaker ndJt I rt Champion Farm Wagons Ohio Feed Cutter Wire Fencing and the Ilagan Gasoline Engine L li HIDES FURS WANTED AND Jl r WINTER LAP ROBES 1 1lrlr w tpr CLEAVER HORSE BLANKETS Itt 1 tII 1HEBEST MADEt jbr VIg 1 Ii Ii CoarD Kyere d jjnyQJa1tHy ttii PHONE 2O SPRINGFIELD JCY 11j li1 Axes SaWti Bits Files ryou want L and on and i1 ji CcELEOY CUe Trick How would you arrange with a room of people to place n candle In such position that nil but one would s je It that person must not be blind lded Place the candle upon the bead ot the rson who Is nut to see It Should be a mirror in the room and this person should make use of It he not see the candle but Only Its reflection Tilly Olioaa Cow Chicago Is trying tD figure out how Tiny Olson made on hey eow is the conundrum not unlike TUlyOlsouck again for ti anti sold It again 3i How much money did she kb by the transaction Gold Nugget- ne of the largest gold nuggets ever ud in Colorado was recently picked at the Snowstorm placer in Park between Alaia and Fnlrplay weighs 120 ounces and has a market a ffo trot To Care XlKlit Sweats Half u pint of vinegar one table onful of salt one teaspoonful of enne pepper and one pint of bolt water will cure night sweats Mix PJ1tlent BEES axative HONEY TAR Ail improvement over all Lung fend Bronchial Remedies Cures titna Uy rThtandttob for Young snd Old lAay- I UsA1aydons I I 3 n f y I tn 1 StovEs F F Jt 1t f itlIOWa r errlZ ttk r Hardwar f L ir tf The Great Majestic Ralgeisi OJlr leader among our line of Cooking Stoves Its excellence well knowli i f f X t H d HEATING STOVES f I We carry a 11Jle of good oi1 atI- ie rices such as RadianS ollleCol s RoJ t Oaks CftJE TINWAEE Depiartmentia i complete and contains every jo thing from a tin cup up i HFteDWHRE d We handle Diamond Edge Teols Hatchetts iChiselsHammers Drawing Knives Braces Adzes acompleteOsupply anything Estimates furnished contracts taken RoOfing Plumbing work SHULTZ f I e t Coughs I SPRINGfiELD r H MRETf r1 1IFflJQXO1- Pti5III I I IrJti The very choicest meat on band at all time as we kill only the best We are in Alie market al all tiMse for 1 fat beeves betand 11aTelephone 95 SPR1NGFIELDMCY s itL TI-t The first National Bilk Itli1 OP SPRINGPIELD 1C5T j fi jilIH4Surplus and Un4lviOdrtst9t1 OFlICERSBL Lttsey President John W Lewis l ooirtiJ4flf1 4i ii w DI1EQTOl thi l fB L LiTSEY J W LEWIS Sjny GEEcl ci il5J 1M dMPBELL B H JSDELiaf Hf M Gtx 1W grant every astor consistent withi sate bsks TOIl businesSiTeipectfulry solicited W J I tT lAyersPills Want yourmoastacbecwbeard tbeaotlfm brown or ricb1Iack Use MEAT tItr constipstioa i I r BUCKINGHAMS4 OY LM5Lt M1Jg5I p 4 If T II- y THE ISIE we eADEprrtPi 2 c DRJMBllRTOlljr- M R J I4PIKIPENT DEN ITi TEETH EXTRACTED VITHOUTI PAIN OWl0E =nll agan 31ocknpatalra SPRINGFiELD KY 11 Dents1 Work Strictly r Firstclass DRaLAMBTON OFCICEy I k In Opera House W Fi GRTGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAWS Ollice overPeoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY JrB RoBARDS M W FYATT 4r1RooBARDS HV A JTTI Pfijsicians and Surgeons Office next tp Clerks Office JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAI WatchIDlkera ud Jeweler Carries a line of watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spa cialty Located on Main Street opposite Presbyterian church Springfield Ky l7 DR WEFF TRUSTY- PRACTICALr DENTISTover Hadon S Barber- S YOfficeT Dental work atroasonablepricesr All work guaranteed f SPRINGFIELD KY JOUNYY MAYES FUERLM A DIflECTORSEU fl 4- cc o aYr H HI flOWN I ii tfttt U m Ii iTl i t t I I All About Yourself Friends 33and Acquaintances JIIM FOR RENT Two Rooms on second floor Peoples Deposit Bank Building Fjre furnished FOR RENT Dwelling house and blacksmith shop in Texas Ky Apply on the premises to MRS MARY E DORSEY Mammoth Bronze Turkeys for sale Prices reasonable Mrs W P Merritt Beechland Ky Mr Everett Hall of Chaplin and Miss Sallie Simms off FenI wick daughter of Mr Thomas Simras were married yesterday at the Presby teran church Rev Dr timer officiating C M Williams Co formerly doing business at Maple Hill heave made an assignment naming W F Grigsby asjassingnee The firm recently sufferedd a loss bv fire of about 4000 Dr John Debo 6f the Texas neighborhood has bought the Wharton farm near town on the Perryyille pike paying therefor 4000 The farm tamtams 86 acres is well improved and con tains some good land rJMonday was a rough county court day as it rained and stormed almost they entire day Business on the street was consequently qquiet and the live stock auctioneers had little to do There were a few horses ou ttheemarlcet but sales wereo few at low prices We will give with each new subscriber and with all renewals for the year 11905 a years sub scription fre to the Southern Aguculturist published at Nash ville Tenu and one of the best farm papers in the country Remember ONE DOLLAR gets both papers for one Year The American Tobacco Co iis not doing much at its warehouse this week on account of the holi days but handled and prjzed about 150000 pounds of tobacco last week MrMoss the buyer has so far bought a quarterof a million in the county The American Co will not allow its buyer to buy of those farmers who haws signed contracts withh the Burley Assoiation until they are officially released by the constuted head of the association Prices are high now and the i jtion is made that a slump Rtt on TOPICS i 1 MMI Pleasant Occasion One of the most enjoyable soy cial events which has ever occur ed hi Springfield was the annual banquet given at the Walton on Tuesday evening by the Springfield Lodge No 50 F an- dAM The banquet hall presented a beautiful appearance being tastfully decorated for the occasion There were 122 guests present including the members of the lode with their wives and lady guests as well as a number of invited friends While the four course lunch was being served usis wasfurnished by the Springfield orchestra Mr C M McChord acted as toastmaster and after an invocation by Rev W H Williams the varioustoasts were responded to Mr B J Hardin made a hit with his toast of welcome Make yourselves a- thorneHls remarks were time ly and humorous and were well recieved Mr W Fr Grigsby responded to the toast Masonry and the Brotherhood of Man in a very entertaining manner and Mr WF Neikirks remarks on The Ladies were well chosen and happily received Hon W D Claybrooke gave a few point ers on Courting and Campaign ing which bore the stamp of wisdom from experiense and Prof George Colvins treatment off the subject Fools made quite a hit with the audience The toastmaster announced that Rev W H Williams would Tell us a joke And he did IIn factt Mr Williams told several jokes and they were good ones too His impromptu talk increased the good humor of the banqueters during the balance of the eveningn to a very appreciable extent Prof J T C Noe of Harrogate Tennr who is a member of the Springfield Lodge was called on for a speech and responded in a very able manner Prof Noe iis a fluent speaker and presented some beautiful thoughts in hisi remarks on this occasion The Mothre state and occasions like the an strengthefriendships and brotherly love which bind itss togetherh ePublic Notice IAloor one year in business in Springfield and having a desire I KRYPTOK I i tUIIt THE ONLY INVISIBLE BLFOCAI Doesnt make you look so old POI Salk at JD M RUSSELLS Store Springfield K- yPEl4iiCNAL Rowland del vin was here over 1Profday in Bardstown Miss Sallie Pope of Louisville is here for the holidays tiMr James Stonerof Bardstown was here the first of the week JamessL Wharton Jr spentt Christmas with his relatives here Mr Lytle Kaysspent Christ mas in Louisville with relatives Miss Florence Edelen has gone lo New Haven to visitMrs Bowt hugMr George E Medley is herett to spend Christmas with family The little son of Mr Irvine Wirasatt is quite ill of pneu nomia Mr lush VanArsdale of Har rodsburg was here the first of the week CB Roberts of the Glasgow f Times spent Christmas with bis parents at this place s AndrewYankey who is attending college at Lexington is at I home for the holidays Mr and Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon spent Christmas at the IE S Mayes home t NealyoBoblettand Thomas Nunan were t weeksJoe Polin who is a studentd att St Marys college is spending the holidays with his parents herexLMrs Thomas A Medley ttnd little daughter of Owensboro are leylhome Mr and MrsJFJ Pettus andl little daughter returned Monday night from a visit tto relatives att Stanford Dr John L Spalding is att I1home Cor theholidays Ha iis attending medical college att Louisville Miss Margie Grahm who is at tending schoolb at Bowling Green is spending Christmas With herr mother at this place e Howard Goatley of Louisville A t StrikeA6rdtSIebarn wriricsT- his week and as long as the stock lasts you can buy the very best Calico on the market att my stote at 5c cheap at 6q a good heavy brown Cotton at 5cj 300 yards Outing Cloth an quality for 88anq IOC will clean out at 7 and ge A few heavy bed Comforts i120 worth z5o Mens good woolSox igc sold for 25c Mens heavy lined JJeans Pants at g8c worth 125 IA few very handsome 175 Lamps will sell at 135 Salad Set 125 will sell at g8c IIHamiltonBrown Shoes l noted the world stock at cost Come make choice at once Must be sold to make room Now is the time to get a pair Felt Boots or Overshoes Rubbers etc at old prices CALL EARLY P J THOMAS tJ BA one of the Spriigfield boys who has made sued in the business f worldDr M W Hyatt was in Bloomfield the first of the week homespendingi Mr Geo Wilson and Walter Mackin were in town tthe first of the week Mr Presly Wells of Bardstown visited T Dudley Wells family this week Miss Myrtle Croake Visited the home of her brother Byron Croake Tuesday Mr Robert Crumo of Bards town attended the Masonic ban quitt hel Jast evening Mr Ben Medleof Louisville left Tuesday after a visit to his mother Mrs Geo EO Medley Miss Edna McLaughin entertain sd her friends at her beautiful eainahamenear Bardstowntwas here the first off the week and attended the Maonic ban ghee She was the guest of Miss JMfLryIewl Sale Postponed On account of the inclement myeI le which was advertised for r PEOPLE OP THE DAY Johaaon or Mlaaeuta lOne of the most remarkable results of the recent elections was the victory of John A Johnson who was elected governor of Minnesota on the Demo erotic ticket while the Republican car dictate for the presidency received a plurality of about 125000 Mr Johnson beat lila opponent by 10000 rotes JOn A JOHKSOX His victory seems to have beeu In a great measure duo to the partiality off the American voters for a self made manDuring the campaign It was charged that Mr Johnson was an ungrateful son mid that his mother bad been a washerwoman In the Investigation instituted by the press it was shown that Mr 3hnsons father through In temperance had left his family and that young Johnson at the age of four teen was thn chief support oft his moth er and several brothers and sisters ini jiu take In washing for s was able a HH iii IrancesaleiIl 11tvb I I 1 a 1t i f i i F 7 Ei a eo Tlere is nothing dressier ormor- r i comfortable than Furs and you ciin get genuine BARGAINS tthefilV atlFt this Store Read down the list and iisssee itthere IsnTt some needd At thesee tgreatly reducedd pricesrWinter has just begun t Choice Hudson Bay OPossum Pelerine reducedd from fr1350 to 9 9uvli io 3 Choice Isabella OPossum Pelerine reduced fiom 18CO to 1170rtIsabella O Po sum Stole reduced frcm 10 to fGDO ft JC Moe Pelerine reduced from 10 to 6 90 vl E t Alaska SableOluster reduced from 1350 to 8 401 E 3 Isabella 0 Possum Stole reduced from 950 to 668pP ESquirrel Stole reduced from 1250 to S 810 r Jap Mink Stole reduced from 12 to 7 20 E t Australian Mole Cravat 075 to 450 t t Black French Conor Pelerine 6650 to 390 Choice Sable Raccoon Cluster Scarf from 10 to 0 6GO fcr South American Beaver Cravat from 106 to 300 iBlk French Coney Cluster Scat f worth 1150 now only 9Sc d 3 Deep cuts in prices in Cloaks Suits 3 and Raincoats You will profit by at E 3 tending this sale E Robertson Bros e mm It mmmm m mmt o rEEfE BBE aD I f SpecialttI I UIii I Clothing SaleIjIjFor tthe next 30 days We are going to 35 otfer our customers inducements iin 1M Clothing Department which will mSour MOVE THE STOCK 8 Which wen have on hand Ve han I die the celeb ted goods of Heldman Heldman do C makers of fine Cloth 11ina1 Etlinger FOR for men BOY I Coat mar Bros Weals of D ir it Jt t ttc t NEEW EAJfEJIICtI i 4 tl i Iii rar a cr joIi d n ci J 1 ThisII Fit ff- Xhie flsJtday rccepwymf r George and Jack TtttMAM fif Mpid showed that they are fish fraway bckmm Tjbe was ihrtmkenffcm the JlWig 1i f 4rotttb aod near the piac in- ni ttloftirM pocl1aoatf thttitt 2r ri J had IOarael any Qii Tile ftt 1 pool wi fall1411 and tbllmi la i ftra wmy DM fcfoiberrs go ijiem i ouk Thy asttdownac 6edar3 bu ti mnd Jtaiebfd a borM to it Theoft i4rovthe hone into the p M and around and around un f tttlti wM too muddy for the fish 10 Mtaidit When they put their U a4rbalit4 off the Water near the redt oTttMf pooll as they were i oowptlkMl todofortir they were raked out by the fishermen with a big rVkeJanlil an immense nut ber War captured The Messrs andTfcooMt Messrs John Brown f and W P Shehan who were r hauling water j kept about nhun- r p dredof thrfiiiestt andd threw the GoIta t back injto the pool We van ttfoejoay this is the first lime JUhJNLye beeu caught by means of ahoffce and a ceder brush Nelftbn Recordd tFri iteni Hone Running like mad down the fvStreett dptngthe occu a uty or a hundred other aecidentsXare x ever day occurences It behooves A everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and theres none as good H Bucklens Arnica Salvo Burms outs Sorest Eczema and Fills diJapeear quickly under its f eoothiigt i effect 25c at 0 J Bay Jt1 addmi Drug Store tt- t1 GarotlClt c CFor Pilcslls i ItcklegBUnd fclecdlng or Protrud- iHfPilt DrwfgUU refund money Irtr PAZO OINTMENT falls to euro ally CMC ao matter of how long r HtowHar lIp 6 tton days First appll cat et flyes eand rcstspc I your druggist basnet it senllSS0cvint Maps sad it will be forwarned postt W tey Paredieia Co St Louis Mo tj MMeW tU 1t1 Cif cmt Ct art t A fteckearing all the testimony ggtMdcm the trial of Thomass wragfMr charged with the mur f Marion Matherly near Love fJ1 U1iJ county last October irtl rofi which we haw pttbhehed J udge Daughtery held W fpf er to alHlw rfor aanslau gbter to February term Circuitt OcMaaiIXlD his bail aifSOO0 which be lDPt111gaye with R Jj tt 0 WoodOrossfeJlt and ah e f4 It h r s r crop the majority Qk heh ta clnvesLindtew offtbooplni mihateprdspf cttt have been greatly Umproved aims hltQ rains although the amount oft iqoteture which the ground re celveswas very smalUL Another oQwUo wlMj is egttrdeds fay ufctotllf wheat is that wbilebbr8 tie rains rfeU but JittJe had 8praled an examina tion below ttl3f surface shows i+ hat ttte roots are fi rowing health ily and the gamins aae still alive Anderson News BBilDott Colicof c Emeiteia akcrCdot1btedo pf Ghaitiberlalns s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Re nicdy as soon as ilic first indication of the disease appears and a thrcntQnct at tack may be warded off Hundreds of people use the remedy in this way vtiih perfect success For solo by Hay cjons Drugstore j r To Core a coldnonein nBa- yROb10QUIN v Take Il1YnTIVF113 I INE tablets All druggists refund tho money if it fails to cure E W Groves sienat tire is on eacht box 2 A Curiosity We have iin our possession the most novel and unprecedented specimen of an election ballot that ever came under Ourr obser vation says the Richmond Reg ister articleet used in the recent Republican primary n Owsley county Each candidate used in addition to his namemhis own special device and the whole would make a good advertisement for a cepartmeot store ormenngelie- One man had a pair of boot for his marlr anotber a pldwv one a buffalo another a bull tOne candidate was represented3 IV by his wifes photo though hq could never have been elected oanhherr looksi and a rivals em blem was a fat juicy possum that must have drawn the colored ipt Altal nrit i1j is a curosiIe x at 3 Jty well worth preserving For cracked hands chapped lips iud rough Skin Pincsnly c is tic nicest quickest best cureOric appiicatioh in- one ni Sht ppioyea it Sold byHayddns Phrrmacy v mSparkll atdrasy hcelt- t restored I using fDeWittS Little Early fite so writes Sp lvioorc of Nac chins Tex A certaiq cure for bill csscOltst1pntt n a Animal pill to taktlmilty to act Sold bVaUgli IRT STORIES Science fiornl Ifcnry aukoe who X ray may ole8nostmns nostmnsy 8 led en said jU fl fY ss llII coltefilPTuC t Ally Buclt fetll old itr tefihcrS I ccertainly wjl kave J ged thin order would Bays taken llt eiwl1 for breakfast O- biT 4i tf0rfBHCr and uiy friend Rans Wright for supper My mother ttauifcitme from onrlyilnfnncjr to eat a IUglItwwr and soII would have top ped A with Wright Tue answer completely snuffed out tho igood Impression Colonelf Wright hart jade + Ii oneatl For FccdtaK Ollin al8 In general says Di Jordan maY properly be regardedno ttuiprigtfhp standard feeding stuffs Be cause of their uniformity In quality anti composition and their value In maintaining soil fertility their use has hind the approval of both scientific men andtof successful feeders The ollrndals nrtL1hQlfBJ1ues left ntter time cxtrnc tlon of the old ffrom certain seeds art nuts The most Important by far are cottonseed nusnl and Unseed or ollmcnl JJatlonnl Stockmant f tfft SPORTING WORLD car Major Dcluinr TcrntiB Mnad S John Splon who baR driven two champions in Ilarus and Johnston says Jfajor DcJmars performance to thtrr high wheel sulky at the recent Slcrnplfls meeting demonstrates that tho present day ttrotter long niter overI Unproved little In extreme speed the champions of other daps With the henetlt of all improvements In the art of training thoroughly conditioned and Seasoned and ocr tluj fastest trsuU In the world the best this champion of champions of 1004 could do was to clip 11neconds off Maud Ss marl of 2Q814 made by the groat chestnut ranro nineteen ycsai83 ago The daugfiter of Harold libido her record In thin mouth of July while tl0 leaves were turning brown ao Major Delmar swept under the wire In the southern city sloe thus going against the watch nearly three months earlier MAJOR DELMAH 2014 in tho year then the date on which the great gelding at last wiped out her marvelous high wheel record tltlugsCoilsideretlJ frqatest trotter that lens yet appeared Von the turf Sjiys tho veteran driver HII have nevcr scan a horse just quite as good He has a race record far superloi of course to any exhibitions inado against other horses by Lou Dil Jon anti 11019 entirely sound as lUta McDonald his noted driver Is my au thority that the great gelding never went a limo step lu his life to Selling Races Coy Jlnltl by TiliigstonBonnlo Gal a filly so royally nud choicely brxd4aa to wake her worth 8000 for breeding purposes alone was recently entered to bd sold for 1000 In a selling stake att Aqueduct New York She won but no one came forward with a bid when she was offered at auction although Jew there wore wh she would i JLVV s HEALTH s NiI foaH Aitak ws wmia f Blrcltnraaptt thejutlenllaofalways ready to make a peraoa wen- ttndhaypyJAMEILALLJaakd sopville Ill Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowpis and invigor area the torpid liver and weakened kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in tho homo where iskepthysitiarlhnvobce th for years with this medicine as ThedfordflI liiliUn3Iamifwl diarrhcca constipation colic ailmentbecause bowelsliver control THEDFORD5 DLAUtSIRAUGT h bVH1TE HOUSE GIFTS Con Sciitn Cia u Comes to the Prcn tdtattxIrnutlrl Wngon larta oC gifts are rzculednf- l0 Wklto lloiseht lhi tins time They fjuo f iaiu nil Marta of tho e3inP ry lc majority of thom frost poroiP- mlmQwlI to UlU poai41eut nits hjs wife These uiscehlaueans nrUdeS arc tilt prim to prayerltly ofr the rcetplonui and the numerouS lijtcolrlare ulicod in one jf time faaiHy raoiiNl for 0 tunJnatou They gciicraliy contnht tUCHnmea of the donorp anti to till tbcf o nptos of thanks are scut On Chrlstma evo nil the employees of the Imoi4 thc cl dcal stuff the ushers and the ilamoMtlc servants arc given through tho established munifi cence of the president a flue fist tur key Fifty fowls selected from tho best lu Iho markett aro purchased for thin event no that everybody about the famous mansion loan reason for rcjolc- hog Xo ono oxproiwe4 his happiness with a more hcaminjr countenance thou does Jerry Smith time old colored Inan who has been a monihor of tlio presidential household shine tlo beginning o Grunts UIlr term Terry was Presi dent Grants cook but In those days lie dusts tho offices of the White HOUBO and kcops things tidy tthere as the tra ditional pin t Time presidents afid tljolr advisers are usually men bfr advancedl years anti It Is to bo seroudgenoration from them that tho White house looks ffor 4he frol ics of childhood on Christmas tiny Womans Home Companionl A Quaint tiirHiiiif Custom Time burnJugof the ashen fagot Is n emulous custom observed In Devon and Soiporsct on Christmas OVOVTile fagot consists of green nah sticks cut lengthways and neatly fastened lit a bundle with withy bands At 8 oclock lit tho ovDnIng this is placed on the lire with much ceremony when the ffamily and invited guests are gath creel round the hearth Tho flames lick round the bundle and when tho first green wlthc holding the fagots bursts glasses arc raised and emetic tHi CNRtiTTCHiLDS c1it Pant tKlt Pr fHreaJlly ItollM- iru RUa e La salute ertcllctlte injIy cradi M thopprtlon of It which is preseiV6d W la fact only a part of tbV Crating that was placed across time stable trough in Bethlehem toehold time rfodder for the animals that fed there It became the cradle of tho Infmit Saviour when bo was laid jylthiM the rough trough by his mother and came In time to be regarded as one of the most sacred things on earth This broken piece of the gra ting was taken from Bethlehem at the time of the Mussulman Invasion in the year 012 and was carried to home where Popo Thcodoslus took charge of It as ono of the most precious of relics Whether or not time grating noW shown Is the true relic It Is certainly extremely old anti is Interesting for that reason nmyhnniignnf ng nflnllQnL that have gathered about it since It bo tratno Giro of the mementos chcrUhed In Uia Imporial City It IS one of tin grottOJift troasuros orttJio rneJcnts fCllitiivh of jnntn 11sr1Rs lagsbro It consists of live horn bars These are of wood worni- eaten and gray that looks us though it might be oak powdered with flour Time bars average about a yard in length and the cnllrr grating is suspended in a crystalcafo by silver ribbons This case is supported on carved gold and silver foot mind its full length Is a motor Its hoi ht half n meter It Is surmounted bby a beautiful onaiutlct1 statue of the liifniUt Jesus During that year this mqgultlccnt re llUnry Is Incloseillln a golden case anT disposed on 0110 of the altars of time chnrrli At Christmas tine it Is ex posed to low and the festival of thr nativity terminates with an iinn8hir procession In which the relic carried tho solemn occnilllonbbeing lUctlidod over by a Ciirdlnal Xew York Trlbl UUQ ClirlNtninn Carlo Time first Clulijtuias card ever pub lislictl was Issued In ISm hby a JLomloir or named oxoph Crandall Crandall vas liuiibtotl for his idea to Sir Henry Cole and employed time famous artistt JJJ C Horsloy to make the design was lithographed by Jobbinrfof War wick court and colored by hand About 1QUG cards wore sold Such was tlte small beginning ofAvhatt ban grown to bea glgantl Industry Beery Christmas after 1S40 cardti of Borne sort were put itpon the market burnt was not sntil ISO that they esurio luty seiioral favor ThenJ Goodall Sou of London began to publish cards In scrlhoii simply with the woriifc A Merry Christmas and A Happy Now Year and In llluiulnatel forum and the following year riDbins holly branches ombpssod figures and land icnpcfl wprb added With tho succeed jng years the popularity of the boll dsmy cards tIncreased and tjie curds grow moro olnbowito until they lawn attained their prcaont gQrgooufencss itJThe Teachersireseut Tho oUt schoolmaster was deeply af footed nia sthoJnrs noticing the di lapidated appearance of his chair had proKQiitcd him with a new one for Christmas My dear boys stud thc kindly old maHi with tours in his eyep I can never hope to tell you how you have made me fool by this token off your lore for me All I eon i Is tto thank you for the sacrlflcos you havti made of yoir little purses for the suko of my comfort If you have found me severe at times II trust you realize that It always been four own good As the oldl schoolmaster prepared tto sit down tu his now chair ho uncon sciously ran bin hand over the sent In ringPhlindelplmlitf i rLedger CtriKtiiiN In Cnrnidq Far away Jn Canada the ChrJsimns i Is yory Uko our own The turkey wellt stuffed with savory herbs occupies theh placs of boiror on the dining table only thei6 are tot pumpkin tiles prepared HUMOR or TMC QUa J let tiM1tsM- Tkele l Is a certain mnall lady in VTtshlngtoti wjia lots diutiuqt sari orlg final Ideattt of her own Not long ugo the governcoa who presides over the uurs cry doBtlnlo of this young lnaI and her even younger ntetor uniformed them that their parents wero soon tto cele brate their tenth wedding anniversary ibid thd tots ncconliiigly began to save up for n prestmtr When the auspicious mpniliig arrived Mistress Margaret willed solemnly Into tho room where her mother and father were sitting unit laidi first on one lap and then on the outer tho small packages that brought their lovo nod Vjongratulatioua This said she to her father cost 75 cents and this sloe added to her mother cost n dollar JBut time mother asked you dontt love mamma better than papa your 1vJlr inumtQ its this whysex plained 1argyYOU l sec papas out 111i oalg bUUul owJ loyoliO war mllfolJ1KJf11tlCJnr Ltpiilncotf Miigusclne The llouiu of Lords Upheld Say pa sOld little Henry who hUll linen listening to his mother and the mlnUlerl tthey had discussed one of 1 utor11COphhtlo you thinlc Its wrong to Marry n deceased vlfo8 sister I do my child aI do topi let Mr Ilenpcck Bvcivlf those were 110Ilegal complications to bo risked Id advise trying somoj other fhmlly Chicago IlccordHtrald aAt the Fancy Doll Pollytfho way thit man looked at InsultingI3oliyI11t1 ho stare at you long and insolently e1oliy Jfo lie gayo ono gUrueo apth tlmen lookedl ntt something plsp V fwCandor IrI undorstaTid that you wontttomlt ogins to borrow money Yes niifiwored Jibe amiable but Im pecunious man v t limnst tUg ti oul let Iliivee teus11 Ix ever l you allylhlmig why didntvon como to muZ easyithat tluros no sport in It Washing ton Star JrKt Like n Wotunitr She seutlnicntallyMould you daro anything for iuemlenr Ho passionately Anything dear She rapturously Oh what for in u 3 ffixmi Lin theSka IachS anr1Be s of- IM IMS HIIIIRIN Promotes DigeslionChccrrul ness andliestContains neither t iumMorplline nor Mi cral oTmCOTICaft71dlbSlhUFl aft71dlbSlhUFln taireJed 1NnlJNJ1 trridArgfw- APerfecl nmw sRemetlY rorConsUpn lion Sour StomachDiarrh ca Worms ConyulsfonsFeverish ness oml Loss OF STEEP FacSunile Signature or NEW YORK t b i 016110 old Dust s C IMS t EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER v nam for and i rv or young woman who would win succesa in life This being concededdIt is- o Jfirst get our r the school that stands in tIb 2vcr vfront rank r S 1 MlTj N nnd Stso T t Ea OKKfEEPING SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING SAM SULIIV Nt President DeWitt IOwft original DeWltfsIs CASTORIA Por Infants Children The Kind Always BourBears signatureby Iii UsT- For Over Thirty Years CASTORIFL A BUSINESS Isrtbsolutelneeysa EDUCATION iMltIItIlr 1Importance riningat IThh BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE ltCornet Second Wolnut Loulsviiic Seven experienced teachers i each1t oo specialist Wrlt9 for beautiful book giving ruA alti a t JaltocrI vo PEAK SccTrcasa A LAND BAILEY MtUlG HOME TOBACCO MREHOUSE CGO Incorporated STRICTLY INDEPENDENT NOTiN THE coMiimK1 f DAILY SALES TROMP TU R4 MONTHS STORAGE FREE IJ 1tl2993193303S VEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4iitYrv DeWittIs tho to look when to buy Witch Hazel Save Witch Hazel Salvo Is the and only cenulne In fact the only Vltch Hazel Salvo that Is mado the unadultortted r + 4 tIto to the mean d to Kv q c i one a in his line a tcitlmoniali 8 1 l J r f1 k t J T 1 from Clubbing T Vr