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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vrur-d t8 I I t I NEW SERIESVOL XIv NO 31 1i 1f SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTONCOUNTV KENTUCKY AUGUST 91906 i StOO c PEyEAR J 1 I F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Havdon Barber 1woricl atraasonable prices 11 Work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY V w OUR DIRECTORY 7 SPRINGFIELD county seat oi Washington County 52 m1 S south east of xexin tonf 59 miles from H Lo isvi1te on Bar stoyn Branch of I ouisyihe and ttashviile railroad in i farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber 4 yards Popuation 1100 population of C oonty 15000 3 Representative in Congress Hon D 4 Jzr fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Keutucky trfiffis attire Hon W D ClaY rooke IRepresentative in State Senate Hori 7Jfs Harry Lancaster Lebanon Kv County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May4nd Octo fctr JHTburmanJudge R L Durham Commonwealth At proey f Robt A Noe Clerk Jft M G Leachman Master Comnjiss Her vi Y QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each month BIV iitsey Judge 1 COUNTY COURT t Coitrt meets on the fourth bCountyJlon41ty in each moutht1B V Litsey Judge sv F Booker County Clerk t T S Mayes County Attorneyti George Catlett Jailer T Sidney Osbpurne Sheriff of Sam Anderson HB Powell J j Herbert Eddlemanj Deputies Ed Mastersc James F Moore County Surveyor v JD P OBryan 4ssessorLit lw TMUcheli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer 5v tLMontgomeryJ9I9nj i JT y Bush Suptjof Common hoolaO Springfield t CITY COURT Jamcs R Noe Police JudgeuJohn Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney a JUSTICE CpURT Jtiotice Courts are held in January- April July and October Church Directory r1IETHODIST CHURCH Her G Wi Lyon Pastor ScrC vice9 Ofl the First and Third Sundays In eCmon at 11 a uj and 730 p m r SnndaySchodl every Sunday atlO am I Prayer mteing everjr Wednesday aight CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessar gtoScr vices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rv W T Walden Pastor Seivi i l every Sunday i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Tp Latmer Pastor- St Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at7 pm Sunday school every l unday at 10 am Prayer meetin very Thursday evening at 7 oVOock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm HartiBon Williams Da st Sg Preacbirigvevery Sunday at 1J ani and 745 pm Sunday School eyery L j5 Sunday at a m Prayer meeting evry Tnosdav evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Ordersf MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets first and third Mouday tt each month- WashingtonI R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday I Sprinfrfield Council No 52 meets on yerv lourthlMpnday iKinGHiSiOf THE 1vIACAuRRSMectI = vTTj fOLEYS 1t KIDNEY CURE t WILL CURE YOU i of any case of Kidney or ii Bladder disease that is not Beyond the reach of medi 1 cine Take it at once Do not risk having BrightsDisf r easeor Diabetes There is iiothing gained by delay f 1150c HlFUWiUlSTlTUTC- Sr and 100 Bottles r saleb sdCrt t1 Er g Stcro Lttml1urns7JE7QfiWsJJEALwff I J 1ro i mnwroi J lrfiroii i111 e UND OP TALK S S F Truly Rural J1 Tere are chunks of inspiration In a bunch of country air Take a trolley to the country And get off mostanywhere Or still better bith up Dobbin II For a distant rural drive BacWtonatuthandiventpreYoull Breathingin the almy ozone Gazing on the llowers of spring Gladly soakin in the sunshine Listning to the birdies sing Will be good for ydur complexion lv Or for twitches m your back And a fine thing for your liver If its slightly out of whackc As the friendly wintjs pf springtim e t Through your glossy whiskers play Making music soft and sojilful J Youll be glad ydu came away Glad you left the noisy city- t t For the rugged rural tnyl f If you do not meet a rainstorm Mixed with chunks of storiedt Sihail Charter then the raging trolley Or put Dobbin in the thills For your health twill do more business 7 Than a bunch of doctorbills Getout where thejgrass is growing Donning its new summer dress Where youll feel like turning hijindsprings And youll sleep that night I guess i E- x2USTLINGThe Lexington ipeople are hustling for the success of theft Blue Grass fair havng beenstirredup over what consider bad treatment from the Democratic administra forces at Frankfort and Louisville people intheinatternI locating the state fair in Lou isville rathev than at the Blue Grass capital vLast week a dele gation numbering four hundred Lexingtonians visited the Dan ville fair and spent the day booming the Bfue Grass fair Besides seme sjiechsoti the stbtepa 3iifftmtf6 went1 aftout singing the following dittit r oil thesubject I Good bye Sdod brej dear old State- Fair r i With your fifteen tfjpusand bones Becl ham buncoed i4 you kuow Andso did Lawrence Jones What we will do for you Boy Blue Theresnot the slightest doubt For j lllueprasseJryI We will fmtyou down and nut- J Ijj f U OR MoCREfevuYi By way spealk ng of the the11 tors race between Becknam McCreary we ribtice the papers ofBoyle Mercer and other Blue Grass counties predict an oyer ttliol minor MV Poirv victory in that section The Danville News says that fully nmety per cent of the voters of that region are for him As tfiej situation now sands in Washington county the sentiment qt the Voters is much the samelway Washington county has never been a BeclfTialril county and recent events have py no means in creased the 7J3ung governors strength amoi gthe voters of this county There is a strong following here of Senator Jo Blackburn whoare feeling deep ly the defeatof that old warhorse in his race before tke Kentucky Legislature last win ter Much of that same strength has been transferred to MCJJ Creary and thfe voters are gladqr of the opportunity to give him their support by a direct v6o f JCIIARD OJNAO itfem iis 1 going tile rounds of the press to the effect that W Very non Richardson of Danville has announced as a candidate f r Railroad Commissioner from the Rlchardsonlinsays that a premature inasmuch as he has not yet announced The Second District is now represented by C C McChord pf this place who w probably stand for reflec tion provided he does not for something higher It will be wjJllforfMr Richardsonor anyone elyeffio give the matter careful consideration before en tering a rate against such an opponent as Mr McChord He has made ai record in the office of which be icould well be proud ahd his services on behalf of the people us ajgainst the railroad- companies havebeen of incalcu J t jpr Thejpr l chairman of the commission means a saving to thja people of Kentucky of many thousands of dollars annually WrCOSTWe notice that BIG of the candidates for State offices before the Demo crati c primary aXe inclined to weaken on entering the race when called upon to plank down some several thousand plunks before being allowed to enter And well they might for inmany casesthe expenses of making the race will exceed the salary of the office and then one might gt the office The Louisville Herald last Sunday contains the following bit of gossip about Morgan Chin n who is the oppo ntnt Huber Vreeland with whom W D pjaybrooke of this county iis making the race r- Secretary of State It says Friends ofr Morgan Chinn who have been boosting him for Secretary of State have about come to the conclusion thathe has decided not to make the race against Hubert Vreeland Mr Ohmn has never authorized the ainouncementiof his candidacy but it Has been c rcul fed freely by his friends that he would be acanclidate It is saidI that Mr Chinn in view of the high entrance lee which wiU be considersit a better busi nesproposition to return to the practice of law than to risk the unusually high sum to the vicis situdes of a political contests t4 There isj a REGISTRATION inquiry about registration certificates to be used at the local option election ot t the 2GtU of this month Those t who possess jcertiticates sned for the election last November will be entitled to use the same again at the llocal option election They will not be good however at the regular ele tion or at the Demo cratic primary which comes off in November For the benefit ofI thpsewho are not providea with registration certificates the polls will beopened and a chance will given to register on the 20th 1be the month This is for the of the voters of Spring field is the country voter does not have to bother about the registration GaWts Sea TO makes life now as safe in that city ason the higher uplands E W Goodloe who reside on Dutton st in Waco Tex needs no sea wan for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery foriCohsumption the p sttvevears and it keeps me well and safe Befdre that time I had cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs Li Grippe Cronp Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Eyery bottle guaranteed at C J Hrfydon drug store Price 50c Jand sirjirjal bottle free IIKil1 ng in Mercer Tuesday evening Coroner Gibbs was called by telephone and requested to come over to the Kings Mill neighborhood and hold an inquest upon the body of Canton firoughto- nJt was stated that Broughton lilWl1Q live on this side of the in Mercer county had gone across into the edge ofr Garrard to the hOme of his daughter Mrs JohnPreston and had abusedhis daughter and her away from home Later her husband came and undertpok too protect her and to live his fatherinlaw leave the placa His protest seemed only to en rage Broughton and finally resulted m Broughton starting after Preston with a knife and pistol threatening to kill him At this point Preston shott Skilled his fatherinJaw other details could be obtained at the time Of course thedead man was beyond the jurisdiction of Coroner Gibbs and he d- cclinedtoko Later advices are tlu Preston went to Lancaster and surren pered to the sheriff He is twenty two years of age andonlyI wife is a mere child is sjid to have been only 43 vears of age Ho leaves a wife Democrat- Giye Un to Die B Spiegle 1204 N Virginia St Ev ansville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which cause me much pain and worry host flesh was all run down4Ud a year asp1 had to abandon work entirely I had tbr e of the best physicians Who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Fowlera Kin ley Cure wts recommended and the firrt bottle pave me great relief and after ttaking the second bottle I was entirely cured Sold at Red Cross Drug Store Sheep Lost Strayed from my place near Pleasant Grove on June SGj JO ewes 0 white and on bfack one Finder wit be liberally rewarded by returning same to J P WILLETT North Bend Budget James Spratt formerly of this county but late of Jefferson county was killed by a stroke of lightning during tlie terrific storm th it swept over Jefferson last weekrr Protracted mefetings seem the order of the dayjll Revs Summers is holding a series of meet ingsat the Brush Grove church Crossfield at Chaplin Johnson at Chaplin Pork and Lowen at New Liberty Local option vs strong drink has been cussed and discussed pro et con and many who are slated local optionist will vote for the barter and sale of whisk and some who are considered whiskey men willvote for local option It has been said that By their fruits ye shall know them It isone thing to talk a thing and quit another to do it If that relic of Heathendom the Australian Blanket could talk it would in thunder tones say that the Poet spake the truth when he said that Hypocracy is a sort homage and quit vice pays to fo virtue This iiJ a time when the curtains ought to be off A could see just how B casts his vote We have a club justly styled the big four they are those who are able and willing to pull the Brail of a lOOfoot sein and we also have about 25 stench cifizens known as Minute Men who are ready to march ata minutes warning when ordered so to do by the big four These men desire to know who voted for the dog law and if it will be enforced as vigorously as is the seining law and bpth of these companies desire to know who petitioned any Representa tive to vote for either of these very popular laws which now adorn the Statutes of Ky and which have bedn and will be so fully obeyed on account of the deep tone of the public sentiment behind them Mr editor dont be afraid to puElish thiias I am not a candidatefor any office in the gift of the people higher than president nor lower than constable ot the Brush Creek District If any dear reader of the NewsLeader takes a crack at what 1 have said I hope they will e1eyattheir I Galling Gun so as tile cntents nuy pass en tirey over North Btnd My Hair is Scraggly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have 1to be Oh no Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft even hair stopryour hair from coming Save what you have Ayers Hair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong 1Tho beat kind of 1toatimonlal Sold for over sixty yearIL 01Kad0b7roA7rcoLowe nMa t SARSAP- ARIIUijers PILLS PECTOu FELL FORTY FEET Remarkable Escape From Deathof f Whayrie Bog 1 gess a Telephonel fI Linemanf fI Wliayne Boggess a lineman in the employ of the Cumberlatl Telejphone and Telegraph Co had a i miraculous eScape from deathJhist Saturday from a fall from the top of one of the corn panys new poles which are being put over JoYl1 The pole is located near the L N d pct and is fortyfive feet high andthe man fell from one of the cross arms to the hard street below The fall was witnessed bya number of people and as the body of the man struck the ground quite a number rushed to him expecting to see the life crusher out of him but found that while he was badly hurt his injuries were not dangerous Drs Ray Lampton dIWBards were hastily summoned and the young man was carried intip tII1pt Springfield Hotel where his injuries were attended to There was a fracture of the mans arm and be was cut and bruised about the head and was badly shaken up Y Boggess is now abletto be up anti txpects soon to be all righT again His hone i in LawrSnce1 burg and his father came over Simday to visit him fftBEnJof the W orldto- f i troubles that robbed I H Wolfe of Bear Grove la ofal usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two VenTS ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer ing which IvOl1ld never hate Qrc ved had I not taken Etec ta v1tc Biters They aUo cured me of General Deblliiy Sure cure fqr aIIl Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weak miss or bodily Oecline Price 50c Guarantee by CJ Haydon drug stove Lexington Wrathy At Gov Beckham Clarence H Pace clerk at the Wilard Hotel returned yesterday after a two weeks trip through Eastern and Central Kentucky Mr Pace is one of the best known hotel men in the State and made direct inquiries to learn the atti a tude of the central counties toward Louisville and the State Fair What he learned was iin toresting Manyof the Bluegrass coun ties are bitter against Louisville lie said and the peculiar thing is that they they have transfer red much of it to Gov Backhana At Lex ngton you may hear the Governor reviled for having as they think given the State Fair to Louisville I am sureihai Vhe counties will swing around siid support Louisville later but it seems as though the Goveridr will be badly injured in his race by the attitude of the central counties HOne thing in hisJavhr lhow teer is the fact that the election tinder the county unit bill will nearly all be held in September ThlT ftight will be harh but if prp hibition is victorious thi bottom will drop out of all oppositions to Bcckham and he will be in- vineibletit the primary in No Iom ber Louisville Herald f She Tried FIVfi Doctors 1 Mrs Frances L Sales of Missouri Nalley la Aritcs I have beenaf flicten witli kidney Iroabln five years had severe pains in my back and a freqent deaire to uri nte Whcii riding I experienced much pain over the region of the kidireya I trierf five physicians without benefit antil then concluded to try Foleys Kidney Cure After taking throeI boltlcs IIISold Red Cross Drugstore 5 Shorts his Name Jim ShortVolored was arrest ed Monday by Uhiof of Police r A Thompson on two accounts each chargrig him with selling whiskey without license Short is the one who has been running the blind tiger in Guinea which was broken uplast week as told in the ENTERPRISE The found in Lou Miles WhiSki the property ofthe negro Short tnd he is the one more largely rosponsibla for the whiskey be igso1d among negroes on SunlI Fthy than any one else He was tried before Judge Thomas Monday and fined 75 and costs and in default of payment was sent to the station house to workout the fine The United States authorities will take the mater up shortly and all of those who have been arrested recently and found guilty of the illegal sale of whiskey wilt he prosecu ilvlleil ent Monday at the trial of Short Short has heretofore been arrested and convicted for sellihg whis key without license and has qlso served a term in the penitentiary for house breaking Lebanon Enterprise Cured llai Fever aaufl Sniincr Cold rI Nusbaum Batesville Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distreccfhff that it interfered with my business I had many of the simptomS of hay fe vcr and a doctors prescrip tiandid not reach nycakeand I took several medicines which scemed to l oqlv aggravate my case Fortunately r Insisted upon having Fowlcrs Hon i nd Tar and it quickly cured me My wife has ITiceused Fowlers ey and with the nc1Jnq essSold at Red Cross Drug Store Police Circles t A regular oldfashioned Kil kenny s tupHwas indulged in Iast Snnday morning a live t oclock bv two diisky and war like matrons of our city on Main street George Ann Meaux Med f hey had conceived the ida that Lucy Johnson was sndeavorog alienata the effectiots of her lorJ and alter arming herself with a rawhide she straightway started out to set matters right She found the Johnson on Mil1ntt street intrant ot Tolls mert lore and proceeclfdtat once to business She found in Lucy foeman more than worthy of her steel for after having recei ed a few lashes the Johnson yo it ICedMedley The two were an aign ed bcforeJudgeDowhingMonay- morning George Ann was fined 8 50 and thecost and Ltcy 5 aod the costs We presume justice was meted auV in regard to the relative satisfaction wliich accrued to eachAnderson t News ABolte Sort Man GUile ffipi Hc eRlectcd to take FowlerH kidj ney cure at the first signs of kidney lYnddisease There to dthger in delay btNjC Fowlers Kidney Oure tts taken at once the symptoms willdisappear th4 kidneys are strengthened and you are 39011 sound and well A K Bass of Alorgantowh Iud liad to go up tenor twelve times iin the niffht ba t svcr baokacheand pains in Ab kidnyiandwas cured by Fowlers Kidney ante Sqldat RedOross Dnitr Store A Visit to Washington County My father was born in Wash ington county in tloyearotl8- onBcreh Fork a small stream about five miles southeast 0 f Springfield and I had always hzd adesire to see the farm on wbieV he was born 102 years ago j4 17th of InneI found the old farm was owned by Mrs bejle Hayes a relatlive I took dinner with her and then walked around on the old farm saw and drank of the water that flowed from the old spring from which ray father bad quenched liis thirst in boy hood days The house Ind Jong sjnce been torp away and anojh pr house had baen ercted nar the same site 1 also visited tile farm once owned by Lucy Dos ey an aunt but nbw owned iy J F4 Lankfcfrjb auqther relative I visited Col tEd Whayne Relives ijoriirbf Iexas His vjife was also a relative and a descend ant of thd Joffrios family I o found one man that bore the najme Jeffries I learned there was bee more man in that county that bore the nam of once a large family I wont tp see J R Claybrooke a prominent man and a cousin ihe has quite an Interesting family of twelve children mostly all married anddbiug for theimselves I also visited C L Brady he lives One mile east of Springfieldl and has one of the prettiest farms I saw ojinny trip He lives the Maxyjile and Sptingfield pike and owns and cultivates a j farm o 280 acres He hasfteeii acres in18jJ1 W an fifty crcs 7gIIJ 7W 8 SUBSCRI7JONI-ft lb A YEAR 1 j fr 930 and out up Hon Tar and in Corti Thecorneropof that cburity ji3 good Their upland ctnrijooks to be as good if not better than our creek bottoms t Burr 11 Jeffries In Hodgenville Herald Wnrdioes the sun burn Why does themosquito sting Why do you feel unhapgy in the Gotd Old Summer Time Answer We dont We use DeWitt Witch HazelSalve and these little lljs dont bother us Learn to look Or the Lame yn the bvx to get the gen uiuc Sold by all druggists THEY CROW The Bardstown Standard has the following about the ball game Poor old Springfield her fans weep over how what was once a JldorJJlj boxafter being completely I bepcbthere l ities All is Vanity We dmiref Springfields pluck but our i judgment does not agree that you Yjroad n chance to wjn Uur Bjlli mb box hadtheui at his wamc mercy and jjSbed a fault ess and the rou eretherJI ioo and loudly did they raijllau Lhe brilliant plays made by m Or J ers of our team Each one thai played bail forps is entitled tof pecsCl mention so consider it PJ one Two hundred Ianswent from Our team on the special train TU ladies men and boys wear ing Pardstowns colors grey and J blue and thev stayed in thegame to the finish Sc rQ resulted Birdstownr Springfield 3a Umpires Eugene Fulton andr INunelly jtrhe credit is all the greater to iBardstown for when Colvin lell the box in the fourth not a man- n the SprirgfieTd team lived witliin fifty miles of Springfield There is nothinp so pleasant as tbaf brififtit cbecrfal atpeacewiththe world feeling when yOu sit down to your brdakfast There is nothing conducive to good Vork and good re liilts The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow better workman a better citizen than the man or woman Wjho isTiardicapp ed by some disability however slight A tlitht disorder of the stomaqh will derange your body yourthoughtsand your disposition getaway from the trorbidneHS and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain i and body will respond Little indis cretfona of overcasing can Le easily- corrernedand you will be surprised tc see how much better man you are Try a littleKodol For Dyspepsia iafter yburinealsi Sold by all drtgista MOORiSV1LLE Born since our last to thg wifeot Charley Bowles a iOlb girl t Misses Lena McNrdancl Emma Gluer of LOuisville spent last week with Mr Ernest Gluer of this place Joseph Green departed this ife August 4th at oclock of a complication of di llseHE had been an invalid for a num ber of years Surely he is better off His remains were interred f the following day at St Rose He was the son of the late Wm Green Mr W H Boblitt Dr She haos wife and three children aod Mrs Boggess are all im proving they have had typhoidi fQverVe hope soon tp see them all out again There was a good crowd out to hear Rev Boggess preach at New Hope church last Sunday We are through saying any thing about local option ann will juxiqusly await the result of the election hoping that everybody will vote as they think bqst and after it is alt over and you findI it an electioneeringscheme dpqfi say I did not know it I hope we will bs belter off by the re suits of the election Miss Kathryn Wakefield ns McClure Miss Lydia Virgin ann passedLthrough our village last Saturday en route to SprinjjfielcUI Mr Wm Colter andfwife spent last Sunday In Spriiig field 1Miss Magg7e Smith is pa the sick JisttOurineighbor Mr lDSweneyciitrysLd his cropp oats Jastj Satiidar August i1 t i which isi jbha only crop tt know of to be harvested tJust p Mis Lizzie Otiveras ipeniing this week witil ber faher at this place v Mr Jess Pile imd iamily of Woodlawn spentllest Sunday fwith T Ei Stevenson rU8sAtS f Farmthganfg Tigib red Laid Asattprifeyin fact for the heirs at law bMsalah Pratherf Hecet ed Pvihln Satirday5Sptembcr 1 1906- beginnmgAat 1030 am offer for sale at publjc auction to t1i high bidder at the late residence of said Isaiah Prather three and one half miles Northeast of Willis burg Ky about 800 acre of itThIsgassrjVtQbaczo fenced and is in good conditions it has as tine timber as can be found in the State consisting Ofash oak poplar and beech The tract lies near Chaplin river in toe northern part of Washington county Ky i and possesses an abundant supply of never fail tug watert It is situatedi 15 milca yfrom Springfield and 10 mile fifjygBloomfied With good turn ks tboth pnts whes r4ilf road sIllug fdcihies exist rhs land iiiieen surveyednd aLd Willbe offered inpottid 4 ieparate tracts 61 ilBF40 15 acres and then will bed as whole and fill besold 1 ing to the plan producing the moneyr OF SALE lThe terms of the sale will be one third cash the remainder in three annuali jinstallments tfotcomed eandpayatie in oneh two and three fears from the drst day of January 1907 TJ PRATHER Attorney ia fact of all thheirs it law of Isaiah Brath r Capt T D English Auction eer Strayed v t Strayed from my place twov miles From HarWCJ8 Cre1rat50ut bdree weeks ago a liUlshui oodied bay mare scar on under ipand left bind foot wlSite atwye he hoof Any information leid lug to her recovery will by re vardi 4 by Louis Wrightf JMcIn tire Ky r NOtICe y All persons having cfaiMigr igainsf the estate of Mrs K1i Greenj deceased will pnt r t same properly proven to usjoi tir before August 15 1906 J r This JulY161906 Li CAGREENj j J4p MCELROY s Admrs Mrs Kate Green deed l cfKentucky FirDMS I f Union town August 75 days Harrodsburgj August 74 days Fern Creek August 144 d aiFi r Vanceburg August 154 days ff- f ipringfield August 154 days Broadhead August 15 3 days Columbiai August 214 days Shepherdsville Aug 224 days Lawranceburg Auy 211ft piithne August 238 day t NicholasviJie Aug 28 4 days London August 28 4day f Shelbyville August 28 4Uays- 13lorence August 294 dave II Bwing August cK 3 days Elizabethtown Sept 4adaiParis Sept 15 days Bardstown Sept 504lIYI Glasgow Sept 124 3ap Lexington Sept 174 days Sebre September 18lii5dayic Senderspm SePt 255daya Falmouth Sept 2t clayh4pembroke ept 17 3 days JjjOwealboro October 25days Mayfield Octobejc8rHt days f Elkton October t4days J ScWIiaSI have a iimitid supply of ex tra tine seed wheat whici I iri k to distribute ju o arth fwrjoeim 1btt whet Is the Yellow Fulvriety i ands Pdectl1claDd ouoi I Not ever five bsa15eila will bieelfl to any one iiiia tprice 1 per bushel JJtK41 t Tatnt Sprf Ky t i ITS j jV- v I y rTfl4I THE NEWSLEADER PUBLISHED KVEY THTJMDAY t ArEA IN ADVANCE- f SPRINGFIELD KY t ELDAVISON Jr Local or iitas notices 10 cents per haubsequentfn8trUoB rall3 on candidate t nd politic uatte Job work Is done at low rates but cash H t il ftntrtJ rJJtO AnrertlsinR contracts made on liberal eiinn hUniirtes and resolutions of respect pants per line AX1fOOXCpKUT CiMtr Majflstfatw f250- OjtrlctOflHoes UH u1C00 THURSDAT AUG 9 1906 We are authorized to announce RoBert Noe as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Democratic party c Another chapter in the fared f attempting tto bring to justice fie Breathett county assassins is being well written at Beatty yule The members of the jury whichwilltryBF Frenchtt John Abner and John Smith charged with murdering James 4B MarcumL have Gen selected from residents of Lee county Attorney Byrd of the prosecu tion caused ill sensation bv de daring that the jurors cliosen a Iud ccme here for the purpose of getting on the jury at al hazards just as most 6f tbyHar gis and Callahan jbioVs bad tlbue 1 J JCr i Maokvilc l I will try to send in a fevCf itams to the dtac old paper c We are haying lots of raIl and crop are flourishing I Ucir Sween yard wife left Monday morning for Winfitld Kansas whrp tthey exoect to make their future hrme Maybe t success theirs Theprotra ed meting at the t Baptst church plosed Sunday nightr with much succe3S There vei e 32 additumsby biptism and several by letter Everyone enIjoyed the excellent sermons de I Jivered by Bro Williams and we will be glad to welcome him iin ourmic1sanytime Miss Myrtle Martin rf Spring tied spent Satuday night with Miss Lillian Haydon 1 Misses Minnie Barter and Annie Logsdon spent last week With Miss J dna Cochran Mrs Sue Turner is quite sick with malarial fever Miss Bess and Lemoin Whip pie have rcturred to their hqm in Louisville after quite a pleasant vist to friends aId relatives at this pine Mrs Fannie McMullen olf Louisville is up spending afet days with relatives at this place A world of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are on stipatsncr especially these containing opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey andTarmOYes the bowels 2id opiatepYou can get it at prugghto I llardesiy Schoolhouse TIe people of outcommunity are through threashine wrealt and they say thir crops turned outfairlv well Mrs Edna Gordonj of Bin mont Ill was fcve pleasan guest of Mi and MM J R Gray Saturday Mr Ry Wall and Mise L TRpssio Drury andTavie Goodletl attended church at Brush Grove Sunday nIghtI Miss Martha Gray after a weeks visit with hfr cousin Eva Sutherland returned home Sun fday v Mr Charlie Williams andwife yblr4aJ1H Hil1 spent Saturday and Su ndav with i elat i ves here Mrs J H Gray ente tained icn last Tu sday the following Mrs T J Trent Mrs Jane Ar liold ana iitte daughter EUza pet1und Mrs Mary XJrocv- v Mf W P I heatbanY who is tqafhirg cur schooll is getting q abng nicely and has a large at ipflanc The protract d meeting will begin at Ne v iHppe Baptistt church the third Sunday of this inpith All remember the teuperanc- rlecture to be deljveifd at ouI scDOolhousR P ridav night JttS the lOh ly GP v viaxwell ofOhaplintVe hope there will haollarge crowu out to hear himfWri does the sun burn Why io the mosquito sting Why do you f elil unhappy in the Good Old Summer InTC Answeti We dont We use Jc I ts Witch HazeISalveuid litte lls dont bother u Learn to be or the 1aaieyn tli vx to get the ui ic Sc 11I by all druggists t Rtt 4 Hlllsboro FairlViewvis1tt Mr and Mr J Mt fShield here Saturday and Sunday t Mrs Thos Mellvoy and two little sons have returued he me alter a months visit to relatives inCovingtonI Rev W Ezra Sutherland will fill Rev Lyon s appointment at Mays Chapel next Sunday mojning J W Settles and wife spent Sunday with C Fv Hickerson and family on Long Lick The soiree given by Miss Mary Agnes Hines Wednesaay evening at her bpaUtifcl hoineas well attended by the oung poo pie and all repbil antjnjoyable time The local option qurstion is about the hottest that has ever struck our people Party lines have vanished for awhile The women arid Fctiool children are doing about as much talking for local option as the men Just somehow we will be mighty glad when the election is over for we cant hear anything else Th farmers are rejoicing over the prospects of an abundant crop of all lkinds of products The wheat and rye crop haye made t good turn out and the potato crop is a dandy The to bacco while injured by thalinil is fast growing out andbids fair to make a good crop while the corn crop points to be a record breaker The prospects fcr a good corn crop have made quite a demand lof hjigs which are very scarce here We saw Ooe man here aI few djays ago oifering as high as lOcpprlb and sa d he could not find tem at that tall priXc e could not help burJihifikhe was hog hur4dwe would have batite glad to have had 1lrbuitch to accommodate rA ger ttem nbaidto us the other day Lilac I want you to give my tboacco cr p a little write up in your letter After looking over the field we con that it looked more like a meadow ihin anythitg else and that severalstaUs of hay could be cut off o Lit wi hout doing any damage to he tobacco Evan Armstrong p B Setijes and Optj Settle c f of the tOld pennjjrile teani of this place have recently Len attach lfd to the bill lteam at Brook ville which is quite d strong additiou and we Ee i hoi reason why tlie team at that pace cannot suc ful vh JdtO n with any team in IIQ county outside of Springfieldl veuighkdtc see the schcol at this place progressing so nicely andbeinj so well ttended Tne children all ser m to be der lighted with their new teacher The trustees have levied a tax of 6 ceeryvotprfortbe pur pose of payg all incidental ex penses that may occur during itie term We understand that the straight SX months will be taught without any intermission which we lbelieve is a wise thing to do The rock crusher is locatedl ai the od Beechland tollgate end is grinding up a lo of rock which iis being fcauleJ and spreadon the road which is beingput in tine shape We are ofthe opinion that if every road in the county 1tcrusher that the roads would in a a far better condition that they have ever been We ate all very much interest ed in the C N C department d pageYa thEIIt ouny very gla If we could find news i em S er o igh to have a letlfir eabVl week but it seems aimqst Imp s s ble at this busy season of tJ1 year Me wonder how Uno finds so much to write about for he always has a good long new i letter ach week tie must haVE the ke lest eye and ear of an of tbe other writers for he cer baplpening in his territory Let al f us write as of en hs we car and find all the news that is going and keep the C N C page chuck lull of 1I1tere ting items LILAC In thif state it is not necessary to serve a five days notice for eviction of a cold Use the original laxative cough syrup Lehnedys Laxatite Honey and Tar No opiates Sold by nll bruggists t Talham Springs Mr Willie Coulter Jr is very sick at this writing with typhoid revel We hope to hear of his recovery soon Miss Nannie Keeling enter- tainEd a number of friends last Weanesdny Those present were Mrs Isaac Johnson and two little sons Mrs Bill Keeling and daughter Miss Addio Misses Maud io and Anna Royalty All spent apleasant time Mr Bill ICeeiihg and daughter Miss Addio at1 ended services at Chaplin I ork Sunday The protracted meeting closed at Brush Grove last Sunday with 29 converts for baptr m Thc y were baptised at 9 oclock Sun day morning after which they all went to church and fafuf services bade the faithful ser vants farewell and wishing them success in the future Mr and Mrs Preston Rph ardson entertained a large num ber of guests last yeonesd y Jhere was 5d present as I havnt learned the nams of those present cannot give then A bountiful dinner was served after which th y all spent the afternoon enjoying themselves Late in the afternoon thejkjjli returned home iii1pen- duQegeterMr Richard Bird of the Brush Grove nftghborhoo tand Miss Sallie Thompson of this place I Jat1StltUIMay joy be my Rev Walden addressed the crowd at Ibis place Sunday on local option There was a large crocd in attendance and all seemed tb enjoy his talk Mr Joe Burkh ad lird fami y of this place visi ed hs parents at Brush Grove Saturday and Sunday Mr Sias Burkhead is buid in a llarge stock barn under the management of Mr Hercd Goff Mr J W Satterly sold a mattet 10 Allen Breeding for 125 and bought a mare lor Levi Satterly for 150 Geprge Cut ingpr soul a maie to George Seaicy for 1IQ HYANCINTir Texas Mrs Henry Pettereon and children of Louisville are visiting at the home of her fatherinlaw P C W Petterson 0Hnear Penick Ky were here Sen day 0fyirelatives near Mt Vernon Ind John McChordoFon of Dr Me Chord of Lebanon has returned home after peasant vist to Dr D A Crosby and wife 4 IMrs D A Crosby and Mrs 0Wilhelmanon Saturday afternoon IMiss Anna Bell H1yvho has position in the South for some Limp is visiting hor parents Mr and Mrs Win lhypf Simms Ky Jordrn Goode and fisHjr Miss Myrtle en ertained quite a num f ber uftheir friends at tbe hntn of their brother V P Goo e Sat urdaynighte S1f Botton of SpringQeld was here Saturday right Revs RL Purdom and W H Williams closed a very succesrul meeting at Mack ille SaUl day a night SMr and Mrs Jacob Kimborlin ewer at the home oftheir daugh ter Mrs W T Barnette o f Mackville Sunday Mrs M E Drsy is vi itng relatives near Danville Ky Literary Society was organillillAi at thfs place Friday night IIIIhJhiAlI j i rT rf I want the creamtof the egg industry of Wash 5 f It ington county delivered at the FoJr Grounds f during the comingifair I want to see what we S have andI want to show you at the exhibition 3 what you ought to have By way of encourageI ment to the ladies of this county I will give as aipremium 10 in gold to the lady who will deliver S Sanice basket especially prepared for the qcca 41 1son contaJollg 3 dozen Pg sslze freshness f cleanliness and color tto be Considered To the a lady who brings the second best 8 dozen eggs 5 jin gold For these eggs I will pay on delivery tie market price My object iirt this is to showitl e ladies of Washington county what it takes to emake the industry more profitable and I expect J 5 3every lady in the county t l help make this a very f interesting occasion at our fair Bring nothing but your choicest eggs See that they are per fectly fresh andfree from stains or soils of every nature Do not wash them as thi will injure the e- tlt the appearance of the egg5 You should not E bring eggs over 4 or 5 da sold The fr sher the esta jbetpr Watch our nest and gather just as soon 5 as laid put them in a cool dry place away fropv 5 t the dust and fllesThere are matteis cf imppr 34 tance in securiri the prjzf These eggs mus6be falfEnrcWJ k H JONES M I ftf m fM t I 4 THE STATE COLLEGE WKEmcLT t JJEXINQTON KY The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Ken tuck offers the following courses of stulyviz Agriculture biological mathematical physical4 normal school classical mechanical engineering civil engineering mining engineer ing each ofwhich extends over four years and leads toa masters degree Each course tif study is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professors and instructors T r County appointees receive receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain ten months traqeling xJensesIThe labbr toriesand museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military tactics arid science are I fully provided for as Required by Congress Graduates from theseveral courses of study readily findIexcellent positions and liberal remuneration The d mandIf IfIis largely in excess of the abilityof the college to supplyI The matriculation for the1 last year was including Summer J school 815 Specialists with the necossary number of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering and instruc tion in science and arts 0The State College of Kentucky is the only institution ill theCommonwealtJidpingin any proper sense university work The completion of the college home for young women pro vides facilities for good board and lodging It is well equip- pedi with alljmodem conveniences including bath rooms and a room for physical culture It is heated by steam and 0lighted by electricity An opportunity is thus afforded to them x f a thorough 0V education in classics modern languages literature science I mathematics Jogic metaphysics history and political ec no ttny No other institution in the State offers advantages for the education of women at all comparableto those offered 0by the StateCollege of Kentucky A new Library Building will through the generosity of Mr Andrew Carnegie be erected during the next Collegiate year The Normal Department will be on a better foOting than ever heretofore Last years largely increased attendance with the unprecedented growth of Summera1 Normal School both indicate that an era of prosperity surpassing that of all previous years has opened for the Normal Department of the State College For catalogues method of obtaining appointments infor mation regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply tj JAMES K PATTERSON Ph DtL L D or to D C Frazee Business Agent Lexington Ky FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 13th 1906 whichI will meet very Friday night AH are invited to attend Miss Alice Cocanougher and brother Chas were at Mack ville Sunday Mrs Clay Brady was in Lea non Morday JD Petersqn was in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Charlie Harmon were over from Marion cQunty Sunday v VrrOnIArter eoolttm Gone i kidfIBrlgbtsl buttIfi t oncothe symptoms wilt ieappear the kidneys ate strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of M organic wh hid had to ge up ten or twelve times in the nihtyand hail a severe backacLe and pains in ike kidneys and was cured by Fowlers Kidney Cure Sold at Red Cross pruir Store Valley Hill PoliticS anl religion mixed make a complete complicated state ot affairs Tte democratic machine should be smashed to toms What about the Republican Campaign Committees electioneering scheme It doesnt make as much noise as the machine suppose jjits a slicker running affair those who speut Sun IAmong Springs were C and Uiio from this place is useless to mention tWO fact that a moat enjoyable day was spent with the crippes at that place Mr John Virgin and wife of Maud visited Thomas Reed and wife of this place Sunday Mrs Dudley Sbeham and charming daughter Miss Grace visitedrelaiives near citringtown Saturday and unday Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes of near town visited relatives in this sectionSunday We had several t ice showers in his section the first of the week S G Tucker and family visit ed relatives here Sunday Quite a delegation from this place attended the lectures at New Hope Monday night Remarks are incessantly ma3e about the Peekfi boo waists Its a thin subject Gilbert Donahoe is building one of the finest tOba co barn in this section Joe Bevan con tractor Mr and Mrs 3 G Reddicks visited relatives near Moores yule Thursday and Friday Uno attemled church at Chaplin Wedne day and Friday nights Didnt get shot either According to gossip Jo black burn stanas second to none in his political career I see tie other correspondents are frequently commenting on local option acd invariably speak forth their point of view on the subject Well Ill npt be anylongerwhisky personally lind as a public traffic and am sorry lo say its going wet here G L Grundy will son have 0 one of the neatestl cottages in this secion not only in superior workmanship bot also in design Edd Kelly one of our prosperous young bachelors says a bachelors life is the sweetest life a fellow cant love Temperance talks are going on in this tnc1 adjoining sections att present Now in my opinion the more talk the less work and I thmkumuch to my regret that the wets will carry in this sec toc tion by a small majority if not however it is to bb the closeut race sir ce 1896 There is nothing so pleasant as bat bright cheerful atpeacewiththe world feeling when YOU sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to good work and good re mits The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow better workman a better citizen than the man or woman who is haudicapp ed by some disability however slight A tiitjhi disorder of tile stomach will derange yoUr body your thoughts and tbefstomach in tune aud both your and body will respond Little indi cretlons overeasinfc can le easily corrected and you will be surprised to see bow much better man you are Try a HttleKodol For Dyspepsia ufter your meals Sold by all drtgist- eWilIisbur Mr John Reynolds and wife are spending the week in Bar rodsburg attending tile fair Messrs Tom Vandivere Sly Johnson of Harrodsburg and Miss Mae Bell Gibbs were guests of Miss Mattie Brown Sunday Mr J F Chea ham and wife Mrs C R Cheatbam and Her bertWilson spent Sunday with Mr Frank Ashat Pulliam Dr W W Hyatt wife and daughter Nellie Ree T J Mil ler wife and daughter spent Sun day at Tatham Springs A series of meetings began at Glens Creek Sunday cpnaucted by Rev Ormsby and Sims Miss Mattie Brown spent last week with her grandparents Mr Thos Brown and wife at Fur view Mrs Rufus foster and two daughters Tbelma and LoirEarl- are spending the week at Tath am Oscar Shirley and Miss Eliza bath Shirley W S Gibbspnd wife attended church at Mackville Sunday Mr Lee Turpin the foreman of the telephone crew left for his home Goodlettsville Tpnn last week on account of sickness Mr Turpin made many fri nd during his short stay here We hope he may recover soon The schools are in a fiurishing coiiditon in thiapart of the coun ty with good at endaoce Mr T J Prather and Mrs Win Shewmakei have charge cf placeiChas Hungate at Kock tun and Miss Macrgie Heiatt at Rock Bridge we trust each one will have success and good attend auce Mrs Sue Vice left last Saturday for Lawrence utiwbeleshe will make her future home Truck and Smnlt Fralt Hoc the lima beans frequently Set out cabbage plants for a late crop Turnips of all kinds may now be fast as crops mature It is a good rule to put III something else The winter kinds of radishes may be sown the latter part of July Wire iicttlng makes an excellent support for pea vines lima beans and to ninto vines After the strawberry bed has borne two croPS it Is best to plow it up and plaitj late cabbage Be on the lookout for the melon bug Apply tobacco dust freely around the plants and keep them well cultivated It Is a good plan to pinch off the minal shoots ot tho blackberry In erlThis will check the growth and the vanes to send out laterals Journal Ivy rolseainjr A good quick cUre for ivy poison hot water Make a mop of a Boftrhg folded several times dip it In hot not warm water and apply to the affected yart for three or four minutes justas lot as can be borne without scalding epeat often do not rub touch genUyI Afterward apply a little of any good cold cream to cool the Kin aad atop tfc ItelihiLi touWa11t1L L E C S Anythrngin 1R rEstate I i or t iItInsuruoe c Call on L BDLAKE C cr r r 0Ttc oiuM Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and long remedy and ou account of the great m rit and popularityof Foleys Hou ey andTar many iIB itatlonsare offered for the genuine Ask for Foley Honey and Tar and refuse any substi lute affctedas no other preparation will ffive the stme satisfaction It is mildly laxative It codtains no opir ates apd is safest for children and dalicato persons Sojp by Red Crdss Drugstore LIST OF FARMS FOR SALE BY McElroy Wharton Real Estate Agents No 65 170 acre farm located l5 miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fence and watered Price 8000 No 66 125 acre farm well located goodawellingf new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 6000 No 67 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750j No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pikwell fenced andl welli improved Pricc 35 per acre NQ 69 50 acre farm well iocated Price 1600 No 70 145acre farm well located and lies well good house and i barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 aye farm welll located and well improved lies well and is as good as the best Price 60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly It grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn Ient of tobacco lland 10 acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 385 acre farm well located right on pike and railroad This farm is subject to division 2 good dwellings plentyofNo 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 0No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good Price 20 per acre No 76 5JJ acre farm situated 1 milefromSpringfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary outbuilding strictly a nicfe place Price 5000 No 77 210 acre farnl 150 acres off bottom land all good land bin be cultivated everyyear good improve mentsof every kind 7 room dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A firstclass farm onehaf mile from Mackville Ky right on the pike This farm is well improved in every way new 8 room dwelling house two tenant houses goc stock and tobacco barns cribs etc This farm nearly all lies well and is in a high state of cpltivation This Js strictly a nice place and a chance for someone to buv a nice lJome The price right and terms easy Price 50 We also have for sale a 330 acre farm located 3j miles from Springfield Ky The improvements on this place are excellent the dwelling f being a twostory brick ix rooms halls tnd porches located in a beautifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuildings I There is on the Iarma goodj orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of tobacco land and some timber is well fenced and watered Price S40 per acre No 78 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5room dwelling goOd barn well fenced anil watered all lies well and convenient to school and church Price 2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind new house and barn all lies well close to good school andrO churches PriceS3750 Notice i We are determined not to dQI custom grinding y more We will buy your grain and sell youi the flour and meal at market prices Jarboe McWhorter r WUINiS NEW D19COVEIIY rnIF s4N1 sis Tlst G I y if9 Ji 15 filil of MaffIng I IT COST FOR CASH I J 49 iii == i t 3 t A nice assortrhent of r H e It I FlOORRUGS I 2 l i At Cost for Cash tI f lit V 5O PAIRS itnnL J Lace Curtains this seasbhs goods J which we will close out at 25 percent i r offforcash t I OTHER BARGAINS ON SAME TERMS ifIf GRUNDI A JcIKTlRE jJ 4xA oooo ilcTime FliesI- s adage Bridge a Accurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry 11tock reflects being expert in selecting jewelry stock To buy from me Imcnes 3James OOOO Graves E EB BUBbDa 1rJ PARISGREEN II- i J Bug Brand tiIrr t l 21The Kind that Kills tJIHHYDONS rIJ N CORNER DRUG STORE tIa1ri EEE E HlIHl 0 ci o1vsTll1 WB HA VB FOR CLIENTS ft21 S75OOOO TO S1000000 t good Electric Steam Railway Manufacturuif l Trust Company propositions 11Batpc t WE BUY ANB SiLL s Buy and entireissueS l and corpgatip j ponds and are prepared iofurr capital acm 21 trious prnpraHion flare money anjA 1 1i1tpropositIOn j 1 GIIMORE iSs CO XFLLER nUILDUG LOUISVILLIi 4 f Act directly iiyer PillsThey cure constipation Ayers 1 biliousness sickheidiche i eSoldfor rye Want moustache beard BUCKINGHAM DYE bentlfulbrown orrlchblack Use mrxcaori swmo ra4U 0 A Chinese AVorkiTay Everybody In China works those who have reached the hjgji positions It Is related of a of the cAblnet he left every niornln 2 us ha on duty at the pjiace from 3 to s a member of the prlyy couucll hiengaged from G 9 From 9 un til 11 lie was fat the war department jf which he was president n mem- er board of punishment ownS ji attendance 12 to 2 and as n minister the foreign office he spent ivery1 tiny from 2 till 5 or there In iddltloa he frequently served on ilnl hoards or commissions Letter Writing In iso hat changes too In the tus of writing I was a 8II erybody wrote on paper there was uo envelope letter was folded In a peculiar way taught to children then pub a There were wafers and scaling ivax no blotting paper but Quill pens were In universal lisa There were pen knives a name still retain ed to make them with We canpot forget Mis Squww shyly brouRht up her pen mado by Klcholas Steel wer3not La biCambSra i JJPS Jj 4 an old Its a big Jump though from the time of the first clock 3o now the chasm and what have you The first clock crude the tff today almost chronometer I J is what you find the year rourid Imy jewelry store Mv new my a I J d fr i ii- J j E in or of + sell of rnuni ipal ishi for to to Ic on No W RX + 4 4+ on the rs your or ujU iiMjtM hard vcn eet mem ocr Chinese that nouie at oclock was vas to As of the he from of sre nil aIInr When boy letter The that Was la cov crlf sand how to be one at j an f igI f i4 I suppose you have beard or reail more oiy Hot the mystic ncaulag of Ithe word thirty as used byttelegraf pliers and press correspondents Wheii placed lit the endoCa dispatch it ihedus that the days or Bights work If i ended There isiotliig more to come I did not know until recently that raci track men also laTe n mystic word + Mtweutythrce It you and araHr tiacktnhu both reach at the same titfor the same thing and ha gets Jt+ which vould bo natural Tie wilt ato most certainly say XwentytJire far rou7 v Why tweotythree T I asked a hwdc follower What Is the meaning aswl what is the erlgla of the mystic Bma her4 I ellla tttetvjd Jars at Brifkton Bench he said BOt more than twcH J two horses were peraiittd te Jin Ray race They were iatea ia il w der In which they were H t r4 df- twiitytw peeks t1MII1IP tayse the twentythird esatly was NrnL He wail out W Kj b ses MJMH when jUHir friend gete belt TiMy threef9 hiimrfMeL- oI it tM rMs Wdt ps aft rmta- wtrlrr Ier i i ii ii DRJ IBURTON RXftlDENT DENTIST TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN jL =j t OmevK M Block up stair SPRINGFiELD KY A1I PtfUal1c Work Strictly Fitstclass DJLAMITON I DaJCMuth I LAMPTOft MUDD PMlJciluS s infl Snrgeons Offices oVer Haydons Drugstore ft jc WF GRIGSBY e9 ATTORNEY AT LAW i r Oce over Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD KY B RpBinDS M W FYATT RBARDSHYATT Bjsiciins ml Surgeons Office over McEhoy Shultz 4 DR JLIL HOPPER 5 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over Oifice 97 Hagans Grocery Rtiidenc 71 J JOHNY MAYS fUHEliAL uiKtCTOR AND ticOSED EMBAlMER J4ELEPHONE DAYhO NIGHT 74 t iSPRINGFIELli IT Ralrpad Schedule Following is the time schedule HQW in effect on the Bdrdstowo and Springfield branch railroad r To 41Leayes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junction 50l pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm I No 42Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am- a BrdF10w Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 830 am Bardstown 1115 am f arrives atSpringfield r24Qpm ITo 44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bard town 230 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 54f5 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am JNo 91 Sundays onlyLeaves louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bard owD 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 p ra Bonds Carriage r Repair Shop I All kinds wood work and up X bolstering done Grain Cradles ph hand for sale Y I have for sale nowone new hand made buggy new hand 4 made spriug wagon and a good r second handspring wagon I will work cheaply for the money All v crk strictly cash I jyH BOND Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD 2 ROLLS AND CAKES t r Baked Daily t Mways good always fresh We LJ have a Baker who is an ar tist at making good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c Herdiens Confectionery v NOW OPEN 1 a r We desire to notify the public- thaithe 4 New Springfield Hotel 1 Is now open and ready for bl ess1 Wie are thoroughly equipped for the accommodation of the travelling Jvibiic and for regular boarders f Board can be furnished on the Etu o z njJlan Lunches and short ordeu j meals V tC M RICE Manager f THE iEXAS WONDER f iures all Kidney Bladder and Bheumatic troubles sc Jd by- aiiv druggists or two months e treatment by mail for 1 Dr VE W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send fcr Ktn ucky- estiraomalsz 4 MZTThO1E1AL4R OSW PrPMCHIIla i TOWN Local Happenings of Interest 1 The Freshest and Latest I AH AboutYourself Friends I anti Acquaintances I T ftft nftftnnnn nnnftftnnnnnftftn For best tea or pretty Ice ea glasses see Hagan Bros r Fruit jars tops rubbers and tin cans at Ha gan Bros Se the5bargaiii3e have oh our lOc counter at Campbells Any 6 articles onour 5c coun ters for 25c Eqgtn Bros Fruit acid tin ckns rubbers and sealing walx at Campbells Any 3 artiples pnourJOc counters for 25cl1agan Bros Stonefruit jars XOsealing up preserves and fruit at Campbells Five gallon land full of coal oil for125 nl Campbells You will find pretjy new duck hats for the f ira i Mts William 1 A new shiprnenof that good coffee at 17 cents jut arrived Campbells A good summer tonic Pure homemide blackbeifry cordia TFbr sale by 0 L Pric For the nexb2Oayouruin- iture stock will pia sold at 25 per cent discount 4 Campbells f HappyHeine latest twostep i23 Skidoo latestsong Bssure to themgqt t t E iMRussell For ALETvdo9d broodmares in foal VDr John Debo Springfield Ky J ust received a beautiful line of Solid Gold Comb and Brace JeV tr EM Russell School c ksrfcj t sale cheap About fS of thElPhive ry good condtion ForJJlurther particulars call on W K Robertson i The infant cMd of Ernest Mobley died Monday and was buried Tuesday inorning The child waS aboutiB months old and its mother diejd about three weeks ago i VV NOTICEAt a nieeting of the Board of Directors of the Wash ington County Pajr Co it was decided to issue ho free tickets to stockholders in1 the company this year A C ICnBtrL Secretary S M Gampbellfreports county court day at Harrodsburg as being very wellf attended and about 100 cattle ron the market some selling very low One lot pf 17 yearling sterVselJing for 17 per head a lot io twoyear old selling for 4 cents per Ib milk cows and calves from 20 to 39 Horses H the common and medium kid from 20fo 65 r n Death at Frederickstown Mrs Fowler wife ofVJosephr- 1Qwier Ii of Fredcjckstoni died- at her home on Kohday of a corjil plication of diseas e5 The deceas edwas about 52years of age and was an excellent Christian wom an and devoted wife and moth er Besides the husband several gHpwn chSldnenjsiurvivo her The fcneratt9t kplacea Fred erickstown on Tuesday and the rr mains were ia4itof ret in St Rose cemetery Ij q Letter List +iT List of letters remaining Uncalled for in the Springfield Ky PlO weak enjiing August B 1906 f Sallie A Collins Thomas Farsp Miss Katie Lynch Miss Qra Morehead Uery Spalding Persons calling rdf these letters will please sag advertised and giedato oflist WAWates P11 rjNAll persons kboWing themselves indebted tajthje fioom of MEl roy Bros are rqtired to call and settle at once as the firm ha s hanged hands and all old busi ness must be settled up MELROYJJROS- HLW to AVOId Mjijciiicjis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orino Xazitave Fruit syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowelis and restores the natural action of Ithe boxvells Oricn Laxative Fruit Syrup does not n usep ate or gripe ands mild and pleaean to take Refuse substitutes Sol byRed Cross Drug StoreV TOPICS I 1Iruuuuu tfUO lCd PERSQ NAL I t a MJCS Leo Haydon is onIi list IheSikj Mr John Spacing of town was here Sunday Miss tcySelecman returned from StaIrd last Friday Mr Ruel Poster has returned from French Lick Springs Miss Myrtle Price left Sunday to visit friends in Bardstown Miss Sad ieParrott is visiting at the home of Mrs John lagan Mr Evan Hagan is at Orab Orchard Springs fora short stay Miss Jennie Spalding of BaTd town is visiting friends here Miss Jennie Redding pf Leba neDwas in town one dav last week MissMarie Barber is visiting her grandmother at Bardstown tIlls week VV VMhVE A Cox and farailvj re turned from Greensburg last Thursday VVMiits Lanhim of Lebanon is visiting her sUter Mrs T A Hardesty Mr Ferd Spalding of Bards town is visiting friends and ela tivesliere Mrs H I Rodman of Shelbv yule is visihngher sister Mrs lmThurman Mrs Hugh Noe and son Stith are visiting the JTair this week at Harrodsburg Mr Woodson Moss speut a few days at his x14 home jn Sullivan Ind this week Misses Euphemia tf nd Mira Wells of Louisville are yUiting their brother here Mr Joe Smith who lefty this spring for Dalhart Texas has re turned to this place Mrs Dannie BellYankey oif Webb City Mo iis visiting Miss Had gie Browne Mrs W O RoBards ot Hen deronvill N C is visiting heron Dr J B RoB rds Mrs J S Clay brookehas returned from Bara town wnere she visited her parents Messrs Harry Reed end Hood Cunningham vttendcd she d ince at Lebanon TuesdaynightV Mr James Wharton of Grand Rapids Mich is spending his vacation with his parents Mrs Herschel Smith pf Louisville is visiting her parents Dr ami Mrs J H Lamptoa Miss Elizabeth Leachman will return Saturday froth a visit to Miss Mary Hundley at Huber f Miss Ma ry Hjiydon will enter tam a nunjfeier of her friends Fri day eyemn with a Japanese tea Miss Louise Hamilton of Fred erickstottSi has returned home after visiting Miss Anna Simms Miss Mary Lee Simms has re turned to work at G undyl Mclatires after a months vaca tion Miss Beulah Shankland has returnee to her home in Oakland Cal after a visit to1VIISS Lydia MclErpy Miss Margaret Moore of h6mehftergaret Spalding Mr Samuel Avjeritt ofLouis ville spent Sunday with bis wife at the home of Mr John WLewisV Messrs W C Rogers bind Evan Rogers of Lebanon visi L = ted their iisterMrs Fred Ha r gan Tuesday IMr G C Wharton hks be n confined to his home w th an at tackof bilious fever IZflSV 5m- provsingnovr Mrs Frank Spragnn and daughter Katharine of Ports VmouthHugh Stiles J Miss Gertrude Stocker has returned to her homein Bardstown after a pleasant visit to Miss Myrtle Price Little Miss Elleu Simms has returned home after a pleasant visit oMiss Louise Tucker of t Valley 11111V VMr and Mrs H iiV McElroy ind daughter Elizabeth went to Tatham Springs Monday for a S weeks stay Mrs Pius TVhalen of Bard town spent Sunday with her parents Mr and MrsBen F 1 Simmsnear town I Miss Bettie Irvne returned fyom Perryville and Danville Saturday where she visited rela tives the past month Little Misses Stella Edelen andS Gladys Walker after a pleasant visit to Mrs W T Leachman have returned hoit1ll Miss Mary Sisco of B rdstown o and Miss Pearl Conner of Fredy erickstown were guests of Mrs WilliamSTuesday v t Miss Lavenia Connor enter a tamed last night at her homet Beech View in honor of Misses Edelen and Donnelly l Mr Rod Wharton rbturned tor Louisville Monday after spa nd l Iing two weens at I homea VtOMissesl Greeqe will entertain Thursday evening in honor of their guest Miss Omea Irving VMessr Harry Eldred and Louis Nunnelly left last Thurtday for Terra Haute Ind aftr 3aMr H S Towler wife and daughter Lillian W B Towler and Miss Lula Merritt spent Sui1dayatratham Springs i Mesdames Reese pfLpuisvillr and Clements of Tacora a Wash who were guests of Mrs Boone last week returned home Monday VMissesniCJ Simms and Piety Barber speit a few days last weelr with j a Miss Mabel Tucker of Vahey Hill Mrs1E Selecman Mr l and Mrs E Carl Litsey and daughter of Lebanon left yesterday for ai wveks stAY at Tatham Miss Florence Lyne returned to her home in Lexington yester VdayMiss Francis Martin and Miss Eunice ONan Mr Arthur Lucas who has busen employed at The Walton as clealC under the new management returned to his home in Sullivan Ind last FridayVV Messrs Jack McChord and John Sluck McElroy Jr arc at home from Tatham Mr Howard B McElroy is acting as clerk at the hotel in their absence Mrs Hiran McClaskey Mrs Ida MeClaskey and Mrs Jennie Duretteof Bloomfield Misses Maud and Cda Cox of Versailles are guests of Mrs Lizzie Dur rett Mr anti Mrs Oscar weeney of Mackville are visiting rela tives in town arid at Pleasant Grove and from here they nll go to ICansa to seefi a location tb make their home Dr John Shaunty Rho went to aoIhasty and babe have returned from Danville and are at Mrs Sallie Shauntys at Frederickst w- fiV3OaAND IITDNEYftBITTERS VLV I pO HXy ooooooooocOoooooog i CARD 8 8 rvc8c u We area nehv firm but arebotii oldl acquaintance of the good lhouse i keepers orSiiringfield We feel tbtit without experience 9inthe grocerytrade and our familiar Q ity with the Ilfe ds qf the local public Q we are especially equipped to supply anything in the grocery line g VV r fEverything I t McElroy Shad r 8 IJJ IV VV WILL D MoELROY VV- JOHN C SHADERVIiO ooooooO I WIwJ traveling a long distance Jt to haveyour teeth extracted 1 U a g Without Pain orDangerV t jjj All work guaranteed III 2i W t L G CRUME D D S II- it KyIaal 0W3 Commissioners Sale J Smock admr Ac Plffs vs r Nora Scrdgham cDftBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 901ifl the above dcaucshall proceed to offer for sale at the Court louse door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 27 150f- iat 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of and 12 months the following de scribed property towit theSpringfieldabout one And a half miles from Springfield KyM and bounded as fallows Beginning at a stone corner to rightfwayule pike thence along the edge of said right of way S W E 281lj poles to a stone where an oak stump is called for in old jiper corner to Simms thence with hi line S H W Ki poles to stone at a branch where a Honry paperhencestone in a little brthih corner to Simms thonce S 78J W 85 poles and 14 links to a stone in a road thence NV 32JW48 poles to a stone irtaid old oad thence N 47i W 30 poles arid 18 links to a stone in said old roaIl thence N 07J E 172 poles and 5 links to blackwalnut tree corner to Whar Ofl thence N 79J E 10 poles and inks to a black ash corner to said Logan thence N 1 W o2 poles and 7 link to the beginning containing one hundred and fifteen and onefourth acres VV-And also the additional tract as follows which adjoins and is a part of aid tract Beginning at a cherry ree in Dr Deboe line corner jlj to Washington county theace S 19 f W 13 poles to a stont1 corner 2 to said count thence S824 W 40 poles to stone corner 3 in line of same to IL McElroy thence S 22 E 15J poles to a stone corner 4 to McElroy on side of branch thence S 751 W 24 poles to fence post in John Stevensons line corner fi to McElroy thtoyre S 42 E 22 poles to a stone corner 6 to Ste venson thence S 48 W 124 poles to a tone In center of aid road corner 7j to same in Mrs Willet line thence ts4l E 7 ples to a stone ihi road corner to Marjrarct Hundley theme N e5 20 poles to stone corn r8j K Walker theice S 22 E 172 poles to a stob at intersectifih of fences corner 10 hence N Mif lE 137 poles to stone corner UIVr to Deboe thence N 22i W 30 polos to a stone corner 12to same N 81 YiO7 poles to the beginning containing Portyeifht acres two rood and twelve square poles And also the additional tract as follows which adjoins and is a part of said tract Beginning at a stob in center of road and in line of Gee Munnell and corner I to Harvey Caldwell thence with the center of said road N E 4 poles to stob in same at 2Lthence with same N 34 E Jl poles tft a stob on side of road at 3 in line of Isaiah Anderson thence with said line S SOW 94 poles to a fence post in H Caldwells line corner to said Anderson thence S 22 E poles to the beginning containing one rood and one square lleVTIllS is a nice little farm with com fortable dwelling honke good barn and well watered conycniently loca tedon a good Iike alid rural mail route and within about a mile of a firstclass graded school For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with those tornL M LRtVCHMAN M C W C C GaIesiOQs SSea fell makes life now as safe in that city as on the liigher uplands E W Goo31oe who resides onI Dutton St in VYaco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safeV Before that time I had a cough which for yeas had been growing worse Now itd gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at C T Haydons drug store Price SOc and 1rprjai bottle free In Fifty Minutes What is prehaps the most re markable legal execution OQ rec in America and certainly in Ken tucky took glaceSat May fieldl Tuesday night when Allen Math is colored the half confess odossailant Oftss Bthel Mc Lane Was jerked into eternity Tne crime was committed on Wednesday previous and the ne gro bad been lodged in a Louis ville jail for safe keepmg until 12 oclock Tuesday when he was put on the fast train for Mayfield Feeling was intense at the latter place the scene of the outrage and there were two clashes between the citizens and theTsoldier guards on the way to the courthouse Circuit Judge It Buggpres idend tat the trial the soldier standing guard The accused en teei a plea of guilfy the jury J t I3BARGLm SALEiO- fOddsEMs L ILo c r I Jly and Remnantssj4rII- tr 0 n = tl UN o 1 After invoicing a 25000 Stock of Goods we Cf 1 I findf a iot of odds and ends and remnants whichV d pthiWC accumulated and which we have Vt 3 Ji Vt Culled Out To Be Sold ij1 t at almost your own price This is a chance for F real Bargains as the goods are Staple and good 4V U We are also showing some Bargains in lew SSufflffler Dress GSoodLd d f V j and have agood line to selectHrOrn Call and see us 4 co jvo = r t Robert on Claybrootej- v THE BIO STOREM pt I 1 hW iWi Miltili lrldJ I f EyesTestedY Ii IIHa fitted hundreds of others e can fit y u Names ana 11 lh PrescrptionsonVfile come and t SecV for yourself Give your g eyes the attention at tfie right time and place Nothing but 1 I high grade goods All the e I modern kinds and styles of ieises Bifocals of bvery deg s riptiontg ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS a SpecialtyV Graduate Optician always on hand to make test SatlsfacV tion guaranteed IiRusselffi was mstaUcted to bring in an immediate verdi t and if guilty the punishment was death Theury was out thirteen mia ute when the verdict of death was read the court room changed from breathless silence to pande momumIThecourt then passed sent nco and ordered that Mathis should be takento the jail and executed at onceThe crowd was sudden prisouerandlsoldiersto was erected the day before the trial was called Hundreds of tickets had been issued to4the- haugingbefore the negro arriv edVThe moo tore down the high fence surrounding the sCaffolds allowing eerv body to view the execution Telegraph polenw e climbed trees made high seats housetops were blocked with spectators apiV the roof of ttel jail was reserved seatsV r When the trap was sprung and eternityIdid trot cease for fully ihiny minutes Iij until the trap door fell and the negro was pronounced dead ClennthglUnrbleV To clean luurlllo take two parts ofI sods one or puiiilfic stone antl one of Jluoly jioivdorod clitlk Sift tliesp through n rtiwj sieve and mix them Intp paste with raterl lInt this well over the marble antI Utc stains will he r4 moved then wiuih It with soap nnd water stud polish with a soft dry cloth VnNhlnsf IJrcsa Gooila Light cotton dies goods hold their color better when washed In this way Four quartz of bolted starch are made Hilt of this is imt ftto two pallfuls pf soft warns wntor and the goods waahqd until etenn Ad l water to the remain hug halt of tim starch and rinse Dry and iron ou the wronpr piJo 11ciHSCO1TSci 1H tthump back leg diseased long straight but bone neither it feeds and will ij UmAktII few g nuU e means of recovery lit- and bone consumption Send for free anpteV 11th SCOTT BOWNE Chemists Pearl Street NI1 York I nd aU druggss Jc = n r VVV- UPTOUR 41troublekgradeofVarmshwithco1ori k mcftteir Ground into it spfhafc instead ofpmnlmg the floor andl1ien varnishing l yoU do bCt h in cne operdtion Itgivcs azic1iiiny cl e1evenp1easing Byuzinityoucur c5libtie cost I l er en rO UJO 1l l GET IT AT j i J IITHE RED CROSS DRUG SToRE jj- tsIsvMI t i f The oaa first National Bankl t SPRINGPIELDKY j 4r r 1 6apiIaOOOOV 1 j iriSuCPlus and Undivided Profits 23QOd R 1 rOFFICFRSBL Litsey President John W ewis Vice TRresldent A C SlcBlioy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R E i j Foster BookKeeper H H Purdom Asst BookKeeper 4l f DIRECTORS 3T Ltsey J W Lewis Sidney Green F M Camp I bell K H Edeleo H M prundy John O Polin ja ot We grant every favor onsistent with safe banking Your busi iVj I ness respectfully solicited S II ij OO OOOO i- If It f MARKS S GREEn cl t The oldHclJable Manufacturers f and Dealers in all Kiiids of y 3 45- f LUMBER LATHS k SHINGLESJ 5 V SASH DOORS BLINDS l i 44- ps 4VlWe handle the celebrated v 5 i t Mixed Cannel Coal y 1 1CatbeBet i t We aresolerl ageutslor t j ACME CJt E llfL4fjl A ti hThe Best on Earth S Prices Right v f 1 it Office and Yards Doctor and Railroad StreCtsSpringfield Ky j i bC ff ZJI = == S 1 BUSINESS Ij EVERYBODYS r fJiI Is Nobody YBtuinet s But o Ii 1t 11 jj- i 5 to give the public thee best work in fIItI aTnningfrd P mind V I rri m iittQ r1t 5IImthe least possible cottH GIVE US A ft i tf1 J t f J WP tGHAR J Iff S F lNGfIEUD iJo ikJijG t j Trad 1Ra11ricknpo Enterprise Not in the history of this town has there been so many blackberries picked and delivered during one season Cej dl Norris and MActee Web Bier being the principal buyers in ibi city while others went af ter them huckster fashion withI J T iragOBS loaded with four hogs lifjftds to the wagon and received them at the patches paying 20c per bucket of 14 pounds Those Wbo brought their berrjfs to town received 20 cents cash or 25 cents in goods goods being so much cheaper h re than any other place Ths 25cent plan took the lead hire 10 to 1 In order to give soeidea of the magnitude of this business there would be four large hogsheads carried to Chi cago from the neighborhood just west of town McAtee Webster received as high as 722 buckets per day and as I could never j make it convenient to interview Cecil Norris only late of eve nings would find them panting like lizzards And from what I1 could see had to guess that their part of the the trade was im Mtnse These berries from thisI and a dozen other points went to Burks Co at Lore ttbjj to be made into sparkling wine Jn Self Defense Major Hamm editor and mand 1 eerof the onstitutionalist 1 Eminence Ky when he was i fiercely attacked four years agoiby Piles bought a box of Buckh i lans Arnica Salve of he says he sayslilt cured me in t ten days and no trouble since JJ l Quickest healer of Burns SorsCr Cut and Wounds 25c at J Hapdons drug store Bloodhounds Hunt Burglar After an exciting chaseofjniles bloodhounds pelonging to the Jefferson county jail which were beingkept near Clarks station ran to earth Will Johnson a burg 1 Jar who had looted thehom 1Mrs Dena Miller who 0 of the edge of the Pilves atj Shelby county y pencer arid EarlyFHbedt rnd15 in money and silvejr JJ are to the value of several hun dred dollars WAS stolen The ptheft was not discivered until the rI family arose The bloodhounds were telegraphed 1 for and with a goodI trail a party of officers set outt 4 after the burglar Late In the afternoon they came up with him j and an exchange of shots wa- Imade the fugitive trying to KillI the dogs The latter were oos 1SI by thoirjsavage yelps threw away t his pistol and fled for his life I Not far from Clarks station the officers found the man they were after tie had been com polled to climb up the water gate of a creek in order to escape the fierce attacks of the dogs which were eager to attack him The I officers in charge of Deputy w Sheriff Pink Blakenbatfer off Shelby county arrested him and recovered all of the booty John x I3WhOis but nineteen years J old and who is unknown in that 0ri Taylorsville to await triaHei aid Why take a dozen things to cure that cough Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar allays the congestion atops that tickling drives the cold out through your bowels Sold byr ie druggists M J rill Again in the Saddle J- wIis 1iie predominance JimHar i gis in the Tenth district Demo vicratic convention bodes ill for Kentucky He was these enabled to carry out a spite program against a Democratic lawyer A frJ DCIT TODAY1 kIIudtotht thatten aonthi ago I looked Q this I owe it to Gerrnkn Syrap 1 SThe timeworn injunction Never put ff fit tomorrow what you can do Iii 4 t day is now generally presented in ti loan Do it today That is the terse dvke we want to give you about that sacking cough or demoralizing cold with kyou have been struggling for sev eral clays perhaps weeks tpake some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let 1that ed1bfJ Dr Boschees German ru wch tbeen in use for ov rMCs rAthwdose of it v ill rMJitTayaarcough or cold p a4iL s OOthisnt forajei Will COIIItAtely qiteic- Iaeey Wed your coughz J ifccoiimptio haa attaked1wn 4GerauSyrup will aurely effectacure iit M done befoM is UtofuandJfpf aP 5ipsrtntly hoeas cues of lung trouble tlzn trial bottle 250 regular sei isAt g JcwwI a J J F Byrd who had properly sought to have him brought to justice 1jr Byrd is without dpubt the most popularl Demo ocrat in the Tenth district Even dn the Republican year with the Tenth about certain tb elect atRoosevelt Congressman Mr Byrd had made an upiisual strong Is candidate But Mr JEByrds can didacy would not suit the Hon Jim Hargis by the f rce off bal lots exdictator of B eathitt but still by grace of Lewis Mc Quown dictator of the mountain Democracy lMr Byrds rejection by the Democrats of the Tenth turning the district practically over to the Republicans were in a narrow partisan sense a matter of Re publican rejection But the dom ination over one of Kentuckys greatest parties by such a man as Jim Hargins and by such a spirit as Harginsism is a lame able reflection on the State ntI mark of infamy on its politics or stain deep and ineffaceable on itsm civic life What hold has thi man got on the Democratic aders that he can dictate terms not only to Congressional conventions but to State Central Committees s This all Kentucky is entitled to d know The Democratic party degraded onehalf oTKentuckys citizenship is directly and the other half indirectly affected The truth was sdmewhat slows in comingout about Hargis him self but it came out Everybody in and out of Breatnitt knows the ad character thoroughly The troth may be starIn reveal ing the exact natures the IfurZU is grip on the Democratic StatQ entral Committee but the reWvelatibns will comeH6rald I MnteIT Bolved How to keep off pert tacks of biliousness r 0 3ic at constipation tPidndhabitual Dr Kinga mystery that for WNew Life Pills sblved e writes John N Pleas nt of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction fa everybody ormoney refunded Only 25cat C J Haydons drug store J jtTobacco Statistics LiTotal sales of leaf tobacco at the Louisville market Jan tfirt to July 31 1906 were 103226 hogshead against 96353 hogsheads sold during corresponding period last year Total rejections Jan 1st to July 31st this year were 11103 hog he ads- s against 13431 hogsheads reject ed during corresponding period last year Of the total sales this year 69452 hogsheads were Burr lIcy and 83774 w4re Dark tobac co Up to close of July this yet we had sold of the 1905 crop 101 325 hogsheads against 85735 hogsheads of 1904 crop sdldl up to close of J uiy last year Total stocks held in this market July 1iJ1 1906 were 15793 hogsheads against 22152 hoghsheads heldl on corresponding date of last year Ttocks increased during July 3648 hogsheadsFarmer- Home Journal IProf Tyler of Amherst olleg f saidI recently A nIII can live comfortab ly without brauisj no man ever exhist ed without a digestive system The dyspeptic has neither faith hope 01 cbaraty Day by day the people xe alize the importance of caringjor ihel r digestion healize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeatinjr LIA correctiec like Kodol For Dyspep 1 sia It digests what you eat Sold hy all druggists4 j Commissioners Stile jf f The of Cjlirtplin 4 = FrmersD1bk Ti Henson Shields et al Dfts iByvirtue Of a Judgment and order Iiof sale of the Waslting on Court rendered flt the feuruary tern thereof 1905 in the above style cause ishall proceed id offerfor saleat the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 27 1900 at 2 oclock pin or thereabout being county court day to the highest an best bidder atpublf auction upon a followingdescribed A certaintract or parcel of land lying and being in Washington county Ky and bound as follows on the South by thje lands of Frank Shields on the West and North by Chaplin River on the East by the landsof Ev erett Parish contaning 135 acres more or less f Am f iint to be raised JiOOOOODeInterest and cost 1200 dTotalto be raised 193971 For the purchase piice the pur chafer or purchaseirS mist execut bonds beannr legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid ders will be tequired to comply promptly Vith1 these terms M Q LEA HMAN- MaWCC Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ey the only company iin the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full jyr Paint lot Attachment Whoa painQng it comes natural to wIpe oft the paint brush on the top edge of the ron from where the paint gradually runs down the sidesto the floor By introducing a circular wiro rim of smaller diameter than that off he pall aud elevating It slightly above the outer edges of the can the painter provided with an attachment for rb unusir CLEAs5EBbovlngthe paint from his brush with trlnkIburdownUthrectly Into the paint can The wire Isbsupported on four small uprights which fit over tho top oC the can and we hold la place by clamping screws The uprights swing freely on the jriin manyIcrentit Salnd DrcBslnir One teaspoonful of mustard one tea atiIouOftpowdered sugar a few grains of cajv ane one teaspoqnful of melted butter1Tthe yolk of an egg onethird cup ot hotvinegar and onehalf cup of thick creator Mix tho dry Ingredients anilj d the butter egg and ylnegirsLoly Cook pstantJy a Cool and add to heavy crenm feeate y nifi sttfrlMTEURPLUING hsit to Do W the SI ten Drainpipe F1o- mm c Become ClocseO 1t n drainpipe becomesstopped ti unscrew the plug A see cut and remove the lint or other substance with a bent wire or old button hook If the trouble Is not rernedlei1by thls9Pcrn1 tion It shows thatthq stoppage Is at the other side of thE tug In this case draw three or four Inches of water In OPEXETQ A DRAIXPIPE the sink And lay a board B oyer the outlet as shown The board should be about eight inches square and about an Inch thick Hold a stick C on the bpdrd and strike the end of the stick with it hammer Tile shock of tho hammer blow is transmitted through the drainpipe for a distance of many eetrand will nearly always remove the obstacle Popular JJechanics ito National Holiday We have no nJitlonal holidays not even the Fourth of July Of course that holiday like several others is na l110n11 in the sense that it is observed all over5 the country hut not In the sense ait It has hdcn made a holiday by an act of congress Congress has no right to pass an act making a legal noliday the states that power Is vested fir the state legislatures Con tress natty make a holldayjn the Dis trict Of Columbia and at all posts and In all buildings that belong to the gov ernment but to make a holiday legal in any state there must be an net of tIle legislature to that effect Even Thanksgiving day Is not a national holiday the president merely recommends that It be observed There are 1 few states in which the day Is not a legal holiday Chicago News Note It Down Wo all have bright friends whoso opinions are valuable to us In regard to our reading They seldom rccom worthYtvhlieJ and yet at times wo forget tho books recommended by these helpful readers Just when we might he able to find them This item Is a reminder to write down such recommendations of rood books to read at the time when they are made Keep a little list of books to read and then when selecting for a vacation a4lrthday gift or the holidays you will not be at a loss St Nicholas Game For Little People IdndergnrtenIleads to accuracy and discrimination in use of thesenses Several I objects Jthe grouped on a table a child is bUnd one object is removed j the child tells which is gone dCon ndronili Why did the scarlet ruuner run Do ause tire dog rose When did the baker bake Wjien tho loafer loafed Why did tire coal scuttle Because e tongs were snappy Marching Song BrinG thofeomb and play upon It Marchlnp here we come Willie cocks bJs highland bonnet Johnnie beats the drum partyiSFoot In time alert and hearty Each erenadiorl All In the most martial manner Marching double qulckfIWhile the napkin like a banner Waves upon a stIck T- LHeros enough of fame arid pillage n Great commanded Jane Now that weve been round tho vII 1LetsRobert Louis Stevenson r iinrmonion Syntem My husband selects all my hats for me she said Oh does he He certainly has good taste observed the other woman 1But after be selects the ones hd thinks I should wear I exchange them for the ones I want Jufccu Often The Kitieys- Wegenod Ate by flerWork Unhealthy BloodItdered that onlyurinary and bladder doubles were to be ilztw f traced to the ikidneys ijj modernJnearly all diseases beginningILfr5 Zt these most important fI organs j J The kidneys filter J and purify the blood workThereforeyourkidiieysarewcakorout quickly your entire body is affected and itsdntlbegintakingKilmers SwampRoot because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health A trial anyoneIf can make no mis kidneysThe greatkidneystands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all druggists fiftycent ffibottleshave a sample betthnoeorewanpnoot Whowladder papervhenBingbamtonNut remember the name SwampRoot addressfBinghamton CHOICEF MISQELLANZ I Wealth 1 Abnndnnce In tbOewhol Jlrdlhoodenuou3tnskotnorthtancelrecountiyi ngrlcultnriSt whltoFIlnOOWw1ll repay with bunr The principal products r rUbJerF ots and fruits unIorkcdof rubber trees are found and cam wood is plentiful Gold and silver ex- Ist In paying quantities The cultlva tlpn of the soil Is neglected and the product scanty Labor receives as compensation only 24 cents a day together with rations which consist Of otIways The same crude methods of farming bat were in vogue centuries ago still frxlst The plow Is seldom If ever used and the hoc and knife are the chief Implements of agriculture The proper cultivation of the rubber tree would bring great wealth Cotton rQws everywhere In the InterJor and yieldjenormonsly otjrIceWashington Star ISellers of Water Ip Pang Tho Paris water supply is not first class although attempts are made every year to improve It but those who sometimes draw cloudy and tepid water from the mains in Paris do not andjpurecheaply There are still ten sellers of water Jnj Paris They arp old employees of the water company which flourished beforo the FrancoGerman war and they arc given charge of wells over which tho executors of the company still have rights They sell their water at a penny for twentyfive gallons But one of them told me recently that thejft sell on an average scarcely a bucket ful a month A bucketful may be bought for a centime or ilie tenth of penny If no other instance were needed to show how Paris has changed during the last forty years I may say thnt In I860 the trado of the sellers amounted to more than T5000i i year Pall Mali Gazette Old Toys That SnrvlTc Those of us who ns children fifteen1 or twenty years ngo played with the then omnipresent Jackstones and exi ponded n portlonof our allowances on jacks and rubber balls are apt to regard tire game as a tiling of the pMt Such Is rosily Very tar from being tha cnje antI tons of the cheat little toys are turned out annually from the great Iron foundry by which tire trade Is supplied There is no class of patrons more stable In Its tastes thnn that of children and amid tile annual riot pf novelty toys Inexpensive ns well as costly the rag doll still flourishes aa understudy for her flaxen haired sister Old fashioned decalcomania pictures Ipjmdnycan be sccii enjoying n nmQot lkIon the doorstep New YorJ Press 1 EnfflUh Confiunipdou of 3Ient Last year there were 138780 ttons of beet mutton and lamb Imported into the United Kingdom being an increase of about TfiOOO tons as comt pared with 1904 There were big Ini creases In Argentine frozen beef In Australian and Argentine mutton and In Australian lamb The Argentina meat companies which are financed almost entirely with British capital succeeded In wresting a considerable proportion of tho chilled beef trade from tho Uhlted States While 8371i chllledlJeelast year thai In 1904 there was an Inj crease of 25328 tons of Imported chill ed beeffrom the Argentine Republic Great Britain absorbs about 55 per rent of the worlds total output Iu chilled and frozen meat An Orator flat Bf kins That feUon WIndIg Is cer tainly aborn actor Mifkins Thluk so BIfkIns Yes One never realizes un til after his speeches appear In print hat ho doesnt say anythlngChiCagO ews Logical Deduction Hntkerho was it said onehalt the world doesnt know how the other half lives Parkerrl dont know But whoever the party was he evidently didnt have iny neighbors in a flat Detroit TrIbe ne Woman Endurance Do you think n woman can cndurar more than a man 1 she asked 2so he replleil How long could woman endure it if she had to sit land hear her husband do all the talk JngChlcago RecordHerald a p1terated Word When de Infiddle and de prognostic oldParson widoemam In yo but dess give em de word do plain unsophisticated word wid de bYdeprognostic one o dese yrih half edu nplikedeys most white anil he wanted to spute about de Holy Scriptures He dont blleve dls he dont bllfAe dat and be has grave doubts about de tudder I dess clars mub thoat Idoes and says I Little raan own dare how old Ila yoITwennyfo yesOis sab1 says he Uhhuhr sayalk dess like dat emI huh Yo has been in de business of doubtin de Lawd and his works for tweanyfo yeahs Is yo Wcaiuh de Law has done been uhcannln de unl Terse twennyfo million yeahs and den some and does yo roggln little man dat a newcomer lilreyoseJT knows mo about the operaUaa of de peat and mIghty cataplasmof creation dan de Creator hisself elluhnndfYOdess ort to seed him crumple up and erope offl Dats de way to U9it Mob brnddren and muh slstnhstWhalie prognostic sails yo give hUn de word and give It to him loud and coafse De choir wilt now vqclferate Tom P Morgan la Womn7isuQJ1c iQmtlanlon IWisdom of Experience IWhnt do you think huthe best way to da with n mauvTvhea he comes to you for advice IFind out rehrA he wants to do ant then tell him It is thebest and wisest thing to do Tjhat ma ies him feell bet fer when things turaoUt all wropg because he cans put tho blame on taking your advIcev Balttonore American To Wa li Hair Carpet Take Vho carpet from the floor and beat It Aborougjily to remove the dust llienZnke the wJJLlths apart and wash one11t a time A good washing ma cUVne and wringer are great aids in this Heat a boiierful of soft water Jimladd cnougb good washing powder to l19 to make i strong suds Put one width1 of the carpet In the washing machine pour the suds over It and wash until the water Is dirty Pass the carjpet through the wringer wash In the second suds prepared In the same way as the first then rinse through two clear waters Each strip of carpet should be treated In tho same way Ingrain carpet can be washed In the same way IWhite Counterpane Wash In plenty of hot soapsuds rinse thoroughly anil blue Hang In tire sunshine pinning evenly on tho line until almost dry While still slight ly damp foideyenly twice or more and lay on the Ironlng board or kitchen ta ble covered wito a sheet then smooth out with the bindsuntll perfectly freo from wrlnkleS Place over it now a Ua laafljiA with a cleau oWV Jr A CblneMt Initiation What a detective saw at a meeting ofnn illegal Chinese secret society in Hongkong is told in a police reportIn QU oriental newspaper Chief D teo UfO Inspector Hanson said tbat together with a party of Chinese defec tires he entered 58 Second street ono night through the roof and foxmd a meeting of the Ttlad society In prog ress lIe concealed himself and saw that the place was dimly llighted by a few tapers Iaa tub wclje two sets of patriarchal flags a lamps looking glass dagger scissors fan rulb abacus and scales all of jvhlch were part of the gear used In Initialing members Into the Trtad society There were also several cojorcd pa pers with writlugon them and a pot wavered with paper and holding tastic banncni In front of the tnnI were Wraps The defendants who were members ot the society werrfJ1 putting the other five through tteprocess of Initiation and had a yellow piece ofpaper bearing their names And the hour of their birth Basins were used In ibis ceremony Quo contalnlnc a Uau44 representing Columbia Trainer Columbia university hqs yet to chooseS her track athletic trainerfoenext sear son but the almost unanlmocp opinion Is that Josh Crooks shcxild be reen paged and have a fair vnaneofo sho r what he eal do with thtj team Everything cpusldered even t5b bIg scores rolled up by Princoton und Pennsyl vania In thg dual ineetsv were not such terrific defeats Few trrflners havo had the dlsndvanitxgta that Crooks strug pled undervlinathat ho Developed such good mon as Zlnk Sanders Greene Brodlx and few others or got the rest lit sbnpe wasa remark blefea- ture TteirarU For Ueckbelmeq Cornell has presented to II Heck heliner 00 captain of the fencing team the privilege of earlY the nnir vorsity c for the good work he bus done In fencing at Cornel tyfor thsttist four years jleckbelraer has been a member of thft team sipce his fresh man year and has done nil he could to establish the foil sport as a promi nent feature of varsity sport The award Is popular =e3 pcard ana 7nterpane tnen weignt it wirn nci tr rz ieavo for twelve or thirteen hours Take off tIle weights and If not perfectly dry unttilitlsItl1 Track and Small Fro It Hoe the lima beans frequently Set out cabbage plants for a late crop Turnips of nil kinds may now be As fast as crops mature it Is a good rule to put In something else The winter kinds of radishes may be JulyiVlro sup port for pea vines lima beans and to mao vines After the strawberry bed has borne two crops It is best to plow it up and plant late cabbage Be on the lookout for the melon bug Apply tobacco dust freely around the plants and keep them well cultivated It Is a good plan to pinch off the terminal shoots of the blackberry in July This will check the growth and cause the canes to send out laterals Form Journal Ivy Poisoning A good quick cure for Ivy poison is hot water Make a mop of a soft rag folded several times dip it in hot not warm water and apply to the affected part for three or four minutes rust AS hot as can be borne without scalding repeat often do not rub touch gently Afterward apply a little of any good 1Jt cold cream to cool theskin and stop thq ltebIig J To Cure a Cold in One Bay cT- bLaxative Bromo aui eTahIets m oaevry Stven MSKpiifcoKM soM fa p t 12 months This signature ft IC Itox25C l= SsFeeding Young Pigs l necessarytltntsnYRAmerIcnnwith the milk ground barley pats corn jpr wheat ican be fed to excellent ad proportlonanlmalsjgrow larger pasturepossibleIhog feeds A patch of rye furnishes icxcellent hog pasture The logs can be ikept on this until the rye heads out As soon as the grain Isformed theani mals will learn to pullIt downand will consume the greater portion During the summer special care torftbecheap covering is all that Is necessary If the animals can havp access to a brush lot much the better as the brush not only furnishes hade but opportunity for rubbing the latter being necessary for hogs to keep themselves clean Dairy Management The bureau of animal Industry sent out circulars to dairymen making Inquiries as to the management and production of their herds saysL W LIghty In National Stockman1 Two hundred replied Fifty of these kept no records and a larger number of them did not know what it cost to feed createst1drawbnck keeps a lot of cows and does not knorf what It costs to feed them nor whtthey individually produce Could i re Imagine a man in another business succeeding with such methods or lack of any A few of the funda mental business principles ractijally applied to our dairy work la the great est desideratum of the day S elleDt Paint- It has long been noticed that Irofli which has been Imbedded in con rctli for many years has shown a wonder ful state of preservation wheh takfm oit Experiments havj since beeri inade with Portland cement with fLIre result that lt Is made Jlaln that a tl iln coating of portland cement proparly applied to iron and steel will arrest oxidation says Fam Field and Pine sfde The cement must be finely jlIId- dr free from Ion salts and diltited with pure tvatr Then If It Is free from iron calcium phosphate and sUI phurltes and Js Of low specific gravity It will set quickly and become prac tically a prjrt of the m Xtal It iy ill set within thjron amlwiii not TOsh off with ra4and no moisture carbon dioxide or factory fumes will affect the metal t 5TIi Pall tokofcatsor rye at lea st from the latUudfc of Washington Southward and may be harvested for1hny In time for an other fall crop Jta be sowed Professor IL J Waters o Missouri has grown cowpeas betveeu wheat crops for sev eral years pastjfaml Increased the yield of wheatIn afcnarked degree lXo Middle Ground ilics IM be ivlliingto get married If l could only get a wife who was ceo somic1I and My dear boy mo woman Is ever ceo lomlial Shes either extravagant or tine yDetro1t PreePrcss- Familla ItT AIs your horse urald of dutonjo lies asked the tourist who was tacnding n broken Alce II No answered Farmer Corntossel vJIes hauled too tuinny of em home PrtrthatWosl1 utHon Star Anoth0rtnold p Hobo Hank Soy sinister I found Qe dorg dat your wlfels odvertlsha a re ward uv 2 fer MrT JJnpeck Y ou did eh Hobo Hank Yes and If yousb dont gimme iIll take it back to her See Columbus Dispatch Enccrarnjrlnjp Nof doctor the pntlentbegnnI 1ont feel well a nil although I eat and sleep wry well and Oh Interrupted Dr Quack confi dently III stop all that in short or flee BohrmIan Magazine VYouV Why man can you havefforgotten that I am a member of the bar and that I tried a case for you Inst year No I havent Thats jhat Y had In mlndChlcago News 4andle 2lidn Maud ifuller on a Summers day MYRedIt nvnsnt Mnii for a beauty prize And why Did someththjr prieve herf Wall rather Maudlo had hay fever Detroit Trlbuna mards In n LonsCngs takem1Iacetwo local billIard Players arranged to play a match of twentyfive up thea Center of a lions cage The lions IndyII PnitIproceeded the lions grew excited ntthej premsuice ot the strangers and dashed touud the cage Jn an alarming manner nrinutesjLndthe l ihca left the cace London MaUl Sour J StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervoo njss headache constipation bad 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