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I ES7ABLJStIED I 41N183 I = d r J j NEW VOL XIIi NO 26 6 PER l f v Office over Havdoh Barber rental workit prices J11 work KY OUR county seat of County 52 miles south east of i exin ton 59 miles from Louisville on Bardstown branch of touisviI1e and Nashville railroad in E farming and district TwoBanks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yards llbOj population of county in Congress Hon D H Smith fi in Keutucky Legif ature Hon W D Claybrooke in State Harrr Lancaster Lebanon Kv t CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mdnday in February May and Octo Iter 4 L H Thurman Judge R L Durham At ocney Rtit A Noe Clerk pMG Leachman Master Commiss oner COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third 4C6hday in each month B It Litsey Judge r 4 COUNTY COURT y CArt meets on the fourth Monday in e4ch mouth B1 Iitsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk iT S Hayes County Attorney 4 George Catlett JailerJ Sidney Qsbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson z H B Powell Herbert Masters t DepuUew- Ed James F Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer f J M Montgomery Coroner j W Bush Supt of Common Schools P 0 CITY COURT Jamfts R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jhotice Courts are held in January AprjI July and Octpber i CHURCH aRev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the FirS and Third Suttdavs in each month at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday School every Sunday atlO am Prayer mte ing every 0t a5ght 0CHURCH r Rev P F Henness j Pastor Ser rices very Sunday at 8 and 10 o clock aID Services a teSt Rose same h9urs CHURCH Faster Seivi i evtry Sunday I CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday echool every l nnday at 10 am4 Prayer meetin very Thursday evening at 7 oclock r BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Villia nKTat Preaching every Sunday at llam and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting Ovry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock 1 Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No SO meets first and third Mouday el ach R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on very KNIGHTS of THE MACAOBES Meet i J J mo 7 WILL CURE YOU case of or disease that is not the reach of medi cine atonce Do j ve or r V by delay J f and 100 RCPIIWE UMT1TUTES For leby BedCros Drag Hfc re r w s jT I i iiwro WWW W Wi fflllJrfJoJjJ il1Wijfii OOOOlro iIiiifli I I sqc4L J I I lnnn Nevertheless I l6ve mv own country the bestMr Rockefeller Ive been vilely abused Ive been shamefully ued Ive been raked atitlrreviled without rest But while treated much better whenever I roam Be it ever so heartless theres no place like home I love my own country ffie best It I never despair 4 1r Except to grow hair Im never the leas lbit depressed Though railed at from Nantucket to Nome Be it ever so no place like pomer I love my own countiy the bet Ive been Lawsoned aridTarbelled My words have been garbled My holiness turned to a jest But Im cherry from sunup till days at itffgloam Be it ever so chilly theres no place like home I love my own country the best Im chock full of vigor According to Biggar to comb 4 And for picking tip pennies theres no place like home For grabbing the dollar th res no place like home I love my own country the best D IG DAY Oth P next will the biggest election day the State of has ever known The election on that day WilL be a double header jri fact there will be two distinct elections held onthe same day The one regfi lhr election will Decide Contests between the nominees of the two great parties Except in a few cass these contests will be con fined to races and the race for Judge pf the Court of Appeals lu this in this county thE Voters will be called upon to choose between Hon ben JohnsOn the Demo cratic nominee and Hon M L rTeavrin the nominee for They will also be given the to vote tor Judge J PH bon who is the nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals without For county offices Robert Npeis a candidate to fill the vacancj occasioned by the death of FM fas Circuit Court Clerk Mr Noe is the nominee aiM jis withoutt The other half of this double header election is by the Demo cratic primary for tthe nomination of State officials This vote al though taken on the same day is to be entirely separate from the other electiOn There wUl be separate election b oths and different election ofllcrsand of course different ballots The expenses of the primary vhich will be great will be bourne by the candidates The Contest for ihe nomination for OS Senator will alsobe voted 011 at the primary The Senator is elected by the of course but it has to take the sense of the voters on the choice at tlie state primary afad the members pf the are of Course expected to vote in accord with the will of the peopleJ 7 V n T3TTING JustttOV tii far of county are engaged in what has grown to ifce about their most crop tobacco The tobacco mop this year if the farmers succeed in i ble to the growing crop and the quality promise to be good the farmers of the county have reason to be thankful this season for an harvest The corn crop is a record breaker There was never so much corn growd with so little work as there Was been in this county this season There are several instances reported of fields of cornthat promise a big yield which nave never been plowed at all I The frequent rains all along dlfiP 1 the season the farmers from plowing but at the same time they forced the crop and tLc yield will be as giv at as it is in an ordinary season with frequent plowing If prices will kfiepup the farmer will be it again this year If TUT ARiox NEXT They say AyX that the local option ad vacates are to try the issue iin Marion county and that an election for a vote on the question will bccalled as soon as matters Ic ok favorable The law forbids an election on the ques tion of the sale of liquor beiog held within sixty days of any regular election so that the Ma rion electipn will have to be de layed until January anyay Lebanon being a fourth class city the election there will be conducted and the result will not be considered with the county as a unir Tne Breath otLiI Its a Tact that the stroneest animal of its size the gorilla alsQ has the largest lungs Powerful Ilungs means powerful creatures How to keep the organs right organs right should be mans chiafest study Like of others Mrs Ora A of Port Williams 0 has learned fiow to do Wfit s Three bottles of DP Kings New stopped my two years and cured me of what mv friends thought con 0 its grand for druggist Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free Dr James A Dead Death came tto the rfHjef of Dr James Ai Crosby one of tile best Icriown in the county afternoon at 515 oclock at his homo south of om the Zaring Mill pike He was taken Ill during the vrntess with what was flit believed to be pneumoiva but afterward to be con sumption Not with s tan dingi every care nnd attention was shown him his condition began to grow worse until the endt came Dr Crosby was sixty five yea rs of age and had been medicine in the same in which he died for the pst thirty years He was widely read con one of the ablest phy sicians in the county During the Civil war Dr Crosby was surgeon on tlie Federal side Pesides his widow Dr survrved by two children a sou unersll services were conducted Aug 23 at eleven oclock in the chapell in Rrovo Hill cemetorv Ly Rev T W Barker ot The burial was in Grove Hill come tery Shelby News The deceased was the father otD A Crosby of this county Man Mt Sixty in Dafcr I1Ioro than half of mankind over sixty years of age stiffat from kidney Cure should be taken of danger as it cor and has cured of this disease Mr Rodney burnett TJockport Mo write I saffered Ivith enlarged prostate gland ad kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel better than iI have for twenty years allhoug I am now 11 years old Sold af the Red Cross Drug store Makes 67000 Deall The Fort Worth sajs One of tle largest deals made in a number of years in rarreni county real estate cut side of the city was closed Wed nesday the total being 67000 C A Lanius of Bonhara to the above valuel pad pf it boing a largo farm southwest of the city on the Fort Worth Cleburne roads and part being theold home placaof Bee 0 Smith at the north end I o Pecan street Mr Laniu bought ofJohn Cassell of Fort Worth a 900acre farm 111th Castillo Albirado and Ware sur veys southwest of the city elev ten miles tS50 an acre amount ing to 15000 in al1Be alsG bought of Mr Cassell the Bert 10 Smith llace for 18000 This place includes the north Ouehalf of block 14 in the Original town addition In payment to Mr Cassell for the above mentioned property Mr Lanius turn in a ranch of 12000 ncres in Potter county northwest for 65 000 and pays the 2000 in cash The farm in Tarrant rounty iis iti rich black land and is considered reasonable at 50 an acre There are two sets of good farm on the tract arid it iis in a good state of cultivation The residence which Mr Lanius acquires bv the is one of the finest m the city and was ono of the lira t Gee residences built here It is si uated ou the bluff the Trinity Driver and North l ort Worth It has been occupied by Mr Cassell and family for a number of years SlarvM 10 Death B cause her stomach was so woakehed by useless that she could eat Mrs Mary IJ Walters of St Clair St Colum bust 0 was literally starving to death She writesU My stom aelr was so weal from useless T could not atand my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given t die was liinduced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improve ment began at once and a com plete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth SOc by 0 J Haydon I Killed By Train tJohn mitil carrier from Harro sbung to Mitchells burg was killed by Ij fc N hind a spebial which stood on a failed te see the of the regular train which struck him Killing him almost instantly Jle was mar rid and with his wife he leaves severe small childr N His home 4s in Danville Advocate No oile vould buy a sailboat with sails that could notL reefed There isalways that jrtjssibility of too much viml that makes a citttious man afroitl to go unprovided The think hip niaif whose stomach some till Cd goes back oi him provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Ivodol for dyspepsia Within reach Kotlol ajiresta vhai youcat end restores the stomach to the cdndition to properlY perform its functions Sold by the Red Cross Drug store Hogs High There is nothing m the mar hot outlook lhat jutihes exp c tat ion of cheap hogs says the Horc ers Gaxett Extort de mand is still good of bacon last month increased more thou 2000000 pounds and for the 7 months ending July were last Tyearfl July lard exports were 2500000 pounds in excess of last in seven months were pounds in excess ofIiilic same period ol l05 Stocks arc lighter than a year ago and figures indicae a decrease iin domestic but these ffgures are domestic Daily of meat and lard from Chicago are easily suscept ble of to influence Packers are Interested in buying cheap from and getting full market for the cash article The drop prices ought to stimulate demand The South is buying and will need more while necessities are apparent When you have a cold if Is well to bc very careful about using anything that will cause Be nedys Laxative Honey and Tar the cough and doves the bowles Sod by th Red Cross Drug Store TO Fate of Harry R Cox in- a in TtY R Cox of Bards own who was as printer by John P Morton l Co perished in a tire which occured at his place in Sat nrday night Young Cox three years ago was in the Lead r office He spent about sx months and is well here as a The scene of Harry Coxs death is known as theriOId Building on Fourth avenue near Chestntt The fire occured at about midnight and the young man with several other inmates were caught in the fourth story AH were resued however with the of Cox wbo perished There were five men injured in the tire Harry Cox was rOared in Bards town His parents are dead btit helms a sister Mrs Jack who resides in that remains were token to and buried on Monday AClear and Brisiit Eyes Jd most cases a sallow blotchc conplexion and dull heavy ever arj due to poor digestion and an inactiv liver Orino Laxative Fruit Syru aids digestion and stimulates th liver und bowels and inaxcs the con plevion smooth rndclear Orin Laxative fruit Syrup does not naupi ate or gripe and is mild and pleasa to take Refuse substitutes So by the Itid Cross Drup Store 1 farm hands i iat preSEn in the section of thv State and if the conditions dd not 5m prove within a short tim by the Boyle county farmers Tobacco should have been cut week ago is still drying up it the sun for the want of hand retarded Hemp is ripening fast and i is imp sslble for the growers U get enoigh hands to handle the crop Only two are three hand can be seen 5in the hemp fieldJ now and the farmels say I will be a big loss if men cannJ- be Secured at once l Fair Dates J 43 day Paris Sept 45 days Bardstown Sept 5tdays Glasgow sept 124 daps Sept 17G days Sebrep 185 days Sept 255 day Falmouth Sept 404 days Pembroke Seit 273 days Osvensboro October 25 days Mayfield Elkton October 34 days I A Hot Record thi describes a warm time in thut town recently Our town was startled Monday morning by breach of peace ml which rocks a penknife and a Mauser carbine figured in ihe hands of the most persons The testi mony revealed the fact that tha You can trust a tested 60 years Sixty year of think of that with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa parilla the the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility nut this grand old medicine cannot db Itt best work If the liter Inactive and the bowels conttlpated For tile belt poittble re iiiUt you ihnuld take laxative doief of Ajrert 1HU while taking tUajSarsaparllla l1KM AUO We have no secret We publlih the cruss cfat our medicine a s uVei in self de or The Mauser was brought forth by John Vaughn when he sawDP Gupton his brother The younger Gupton was cut on his left sholder blade and a slight scratch like cut ex- tendingt from above the left ear down behind the ear and round under the jaw to below the chin The charges against Tonn Vaughn were not upheld byi jury tboe against the elder Gupton and Clarence Vaughn were dismissed while David Gupton confessed The primary cause of ihe trouble the night when Clari ance used at which David urO says Sam Kendall of Phillips burg Kan just cover it over with Bucklens Arni a Salve and the Sahe will jdo the rest Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at C J Hay don s drugstore WANTED School having neW attractive wishes woman to visi towns in Gool salary and expenses paid weakly Some of musk pr0- ferred but not essential Chicago 111 Knife and Hatch ett Aliceton Holiness Camp Meet lag wehn t3 the multitude present George Wells of Marion countv and Black Law rence of Perry ville were er gaged in moral combat with a knife and hatchet near the entrance tthe grounds The affair caused much excite ment at the camp meeting and about 480 ocloclc Sunday afternoon The partial pants are well kn wn in the west end of Boyle although Wells iis a resident of Marion just ove the line Lawrence receive aGout a dozen ugly gashes across his back and breast that may prove serious while Wells is very slightly injured Wells w Q OO lJ SUBSCRiriON 1 A YEAR I 11 SERIES SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 1906I stOo YEAR i Iff TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTIST reasonable guaranteed SPRINGFIELD DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD IfTashingfon agricultural Popuation 1500- 0Representative Hodgenville KyfRepresentative Representative SenateHon County Directory Commonwealth QUARTERLY iCoun Eddlemanj Springfield Church Directory METHODIST Wednesday sCATHOLIC CHRISTIAN RevWTWaldcn PRESBYTERIAN Fraternal month- Washington lourtniMonday FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE ofany Kidney Bladder beyond Take4t nbtriskhavingBrighfspis Diabetes Thereis pthing gained flic Bottles THE NEWS LEADER IROUND OFtILI ifiiMjl qc4c Faithfulop a4ragged roughhnsetheres vestj14Y kPthk Ifovember beprbbablv Kentucky congressional districtatd Republican Congress opportunity Democratic opposition Campbell Democratic opposition represented Democratic Legislature benagreed Legislature expressed L1mers Washington harvesting important successfully exIdeed abundmt probably preyented preparing separately significant breathing thousands Stephens tbisShe Discovery couglfof sumption troublesGuaranteed Crosby physScians Tuesday Shelbyville developed practicing neighborhood and3vas siderergd birosbyis heIThursday Taylorvillo ttlargerjFOleYSJidncy Telegram morning consideration purchased propertv ofAmarillo remaining buildings transacion overlooking drugging drugsthat Guaranteed druggist ETlOwlor 1itchelISbhrg11Wednesday sidintrbe approach Harrodsburg Expors com1pared yparyajid 84QOO000 consumption unreliable shipments manipulation speculation speculators quotations consumption European constipation prepfalfouscontainiug Whicbvsfops BURNED DETA- IlS Burning Building Louisville employed boarding Jjouisvile employed Springfield remembered nice- gentlBmanlyyounAfellow Caperton Saturday unfortunate exception Daugherty towiirpIie Bardstown CaiIux1oll Appalling Thescarcityof something appalling Bluegrass 103Iplowingis comparatively Advocatl- Kentucky ElizabethtownSept Lexington September Henderson Octobcr34days Time- TlieGreensburg proceedings prominently unsuspected For Thin- PoorBlo dI hiedicinV experience Experience Sarsaparilla KadbyrOA7eIO t PECTORAIZI manUtoturerofI penknife VaughnlagainSt following judgment previous language tookoffense ciwftion Guaranteed proposition energeticmanor Kentucky knowledge JHMoorePiymoth PlaceI preaching happened NSIO lr was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Harbison immediately after the affair and brought to Danville and lodged in jail His examin ing trial will beheld before Judge Nichols tfiis week Lawrence tiltS taken to his home where it wasfourid bis woundswere of a very dangerous characte Eyewitnesses 6lattn that Wells attacked hm without provocation and is entirely to blame The officers say that Wells is just out of the penitntiary having seryed a term for manslaughter It seems that a brother of young Lawrenceand Wells had quarreled and when Black Law rence weltt to act as peacemaker he was attacked by Wells with the above result Danville Advocate llinYs Tills We offer one hundred dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh tb t can not be cured rby Hills Catarrh Cure if J Cheney CoToIcdoO We the underalncd have knnvn iF j Cheney for the last 15 years land belieV him perfectly honorable in all busines transactions and finati ially ablc to tarry out any obligate n made by his firID- Wa1dkinKinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interr lly acting directly upon the blood nd mucous surfaces of the spsteni estim nali sent free Price 7cc p ttle Sold by all drrfrgiata Teke HaUo K milyi Pills for con ipation ACTS IN FEW LINES The first armored train this used i the sicgo of Paris In 1S71 f It is estimated that San Francisco s Ijst nearly half Its population since eirthqurtfce Tlse unUcrslty campus at Seattle uth has bceu unanimously asen j a site for tlftoAlasUaTukonPhciflc position In England the word city was not sod until after the reformation be ore which the metropolis was known ha LonJouburgh e Daring the recent horse races at To fcjo thre of the favorites were ridden b fcirls One came In first Tbi aJir trrj were placed itt last refuse for criminals fleeing tt jticeere tlin Ttnnlli lilllilu off tlie lapaneae coast but even in these criminals are now uoXlouger sate from justice Fmlng that matches and petroll do n A rgo together very well and that Sinifilng at high speed is uo cdmfort lug I ugliah chauffeurs now use Amer ifsui chewing gum us a solace Itt place of tobacco Burglars who recently sacked a house In Paris loft notes behind them saying Your clock Ini stopped hnlnTcwill take it to the watchmaker For tcir yiit should be robbed re are removing your jcjlry t1tbiugtou one of the most remarkable photographs ever nuule by an oslron ouior va that obtained quite by ace ueut of au exploding meteor The loiulou Ijihcet ifotlces the dimth of a wonvsn from a scratch on the nose received while snjielHug a arijtty of primrose originally brought from central Chum The Lancet says It is not the first case of the kind Coal as am ornament in jewelry Is being Used in Japan Only tlie hardest and most perfect pieces Cull be used Workers iu coal mines are In the hnbit of collecting eztIsf such quality for the Jewelers Oftonnot more than two or three bits are foumi la a diy Alarmell by the excited chirping of her pet canaries Mrs Hugh Pinkerton of Philadelphia descended into the cel lar of her house where the birds were kept ami found that her gas meter had explodedl setting tlretu some wood The birds timely Tarnlug saved a serious Ijre A remarkable towage feat v as ac coKipllshed by i the Australian steamer Alrlie during her voyage from Singa pore Slit towed a 2500 ton sailiug vessel to Cloade Island a distnnee of 2500 miles In tly quick time of six tt mi days The dIy towage ranged from J5S to 200 miles Tfie remittances to China made by coolfes or laborers at work In other countries is now estimated to reach 50C000iO annually ucludiiig dOOO said to lift sent home by the in dentured coolies In the Transvaal mined This one way China meets her adverse balance of trade George Herring a well known mil lionaire philanthropist of London has given the Salvation Army 300j00 to funiish rural homes for the poor of London writes William E Curtis Mr ITerrlugs object being both to help the destitute and to increase Englands home production of food supplies The farmers In some English districts say that owing to the dust raised by motor cars settling upon the grass It now takes n man two days to cut an o tew1th a scythe whereas It only took one before motor cars came Into ex istence The dust dUns the edge of the scythe and necessitates frequent sharpj cuing kA wonderful irfotintaln railway being constructed In the Tyrolese Alpsj by a Swiss engineer named Strubb ot Clnrens near Slontretix When com uro1penn 1tra1 Dr Douglas Hyde who recently tour ejl tills country for the purpose of In creasing Interest In the Gaelic lani gunge says that the trip was highlyi gratifying to him hut regretfully confesses that there Ja little likelihood ofj nay but the English tongue getting nnd te niue a permanent hold In the United Ptat j Local Option Loes l The result of the culI optioa election in Nelson county last Saturday was a defeat for 1ht local option fqrces by aintjocityl of325 v tesTbe election was hard fought on both sides but no disorder was rtported A large vote was polled through J out the couuty The following is the majarlties at each voting precinct WET PRY Bardstown 4 polls 241 Bloornflhd2po1Is t 97 ChaplinJ 2 polsV JaS New Haven 2 polls1l ii I Pasrfieldv t 2 Samuels i J 17 Boston n i 24 New Hope ill5Ball own f86 Nelkonyille 28 ElighGrove19 dowardstoy nI2BoandoJ 10 L 323 2p Majority for wet5825 DrlFfaDs WnpflT iDeresilir Dr Thonius Finn of Boonsboro vlo who has practiced medicine for 52 years says he has nsjed fever pres iiJ cnption known to the profession for treatment of kieney and bladder dis ases and says he has never fomnd t tiny tnintr so effective in bOthchroBic and acute kidney and Bladder trba tIIe usFoIsys Kidney Cure It stop irregularities and builds up the vrkote sytetn Sold by the RedCress Drug Store f Jefferson CountWet Overwhelming defeat was suffered by the Prohibitionists yesterday when twelve precinctsi in Jefferson county in which the sense df the voters was taken oa the Saleof intoxicating liquors were carried by the wets by a large majority DIn ihe twelye precincts the total vofe Was pJaVp majority The result for of the iontaVinga IJ a surprise to most eluding even the local rl0neiDcii terests rheAntiSalQ 3 made a strong fight everywhere rrr but particularly in the East l Mpi did elective work I n both pre h cincts however andjtbty wtnt n wet by only two dry argsmijorftiHJ the S chard For and big mass meetings were Iwld 3 in several precincts The iaeet 11thevinced that they woildbe sucv 1 cessful nearly everywhere It was in the East Big larJa Park precinct that the Pr hibitioaiit t coade their best show ng Here they polled 48 yotes while the opposition polled 115 Sundays Herald i t In these days of rush and hurry J j courtpys often gorgotten Isnlie k mal yell meli rush of otir life little things are done to olfelad that we rather ramained undone A hastily eaten meal audits resultant headache 3 ay csttse us social or lIunclal10SFl 1 rhe wise man or woman ifth oe 4 who relieves lidtle ills bf thisi ort h by 6 little dose of Kodal tot Dj Pk t sian Itdigets what ptCeat as puts your stomach back iiiido kh9K Sold By the Red Cross DrijrStor1 t NOTICE tilThe updersigbed firm saying disolved partnership all perso n knowing themsalves iad bted tJ us are requested to niake 1rtJ JJor settlement The kof the firm can be found atl Robtrtcon Ulaybrookes office Rsspt Robert Brothers lInsurance r Insure in the Farmers Howe Insurance Company of Jurvctto Cityky0the only oiaapwij iia the State tbat makes aaj ckiaii Paiinits los es ia full yr Re Ofiifllll Fole Co Chicaf rifi atei j ffoney and Tar am a throat anilwHg remedy and OH aceostff the freak 1 m Orit and popuViritT of fe1C7teyandTar many f IatOart 4er it d for the geniilaeoAkt foe T tja 31j 1 Honey and Tar and refirt 7d ti tote afferedalt 110 oihor prprathi 1vill five the stme MtUfa twfl It jS mildly laxative ItcM iaiM Ifv Nate and 18 ffit for clMrm a C r delicate p ron9 Solp ty led CroM DrulStoreI 0 A I I t 7- I THE NEWSLEADER JI11JtUDSVEKYTHUBSDAY yAYEARIN ADVANCE- 5PWINGFIELDK Y L f fK L Aj1ISON Jr BOtloss 10 cents per t4Mltr bLflS s aelluMe InsertIon caia e llWat and political matte Job wrk ls tiNe at Crates but cash fdVl85dcnceUTCijofKCcas aeostracts made on liberal et1 Awolutlons of respecta 01ICJM2NT3 II IIIii tnt fS50 JII cstIgtrLet ee 1i J THURSDAY SEPTG 1906 Foc Congress i authorized to announce We lre ML UEAVRrN of Ohio county as a candidate for Congress from the Fourth Congress 4 ion l district on the Republican ticket Election Nqvember 61900 =4 authorized to announce PrWe are Robert NocIL asa candidate for the office of Clerk I of the Washington Circuit Court Sublet to the action of the Demo ratioi party The enthusiasm with which the l American people or a large por tfon of them had anticipated the Return of William Jennings f r Bryan from his trip around the t world culminated at Madison Squan Garden in New York llast Thursaay night when 20000 people gathered to welcome the r Commoner The demonl l great stratum was a remarkable one and dreams of Bryan as the next Democratic nominee and proba blyjhe next President arose In the minds of thousands of admi iers This was before the great idol of the common people had spoken But what a change was Brought tfya few utterances Mr Bryans advocacyof Govern ment ownership of railroads caused the trouble The pioposition ns considered toodrastic and too revolutionary and there can hardly be found t Mr Biyans mostv even among enthusiastic admirers anyone whp would be for him for Presi dent upon such a platform His radical position on this question has proven a sore disappoint ment to Democrats who since his throwing aside the free silvei fallacy had begun to look upon Mr Bryan asa conservative leader and as the logical standardl bearer of the democracy in tlu I next National campaign Re publicans had begun to grow uneasy over the great Bryan 11Iboom but it is allover now un less he sees tit to change or modify bis ideas on the govern ment ownership of railroads H V McOhesney who bap v held two State office in succes sion and who has been a candi date for a third created a sur j iprise by withdrawing from tthe race for Auditor Mr McChes neys withdrawal it is thought jwill strengthen Judge Hines chances for the nomination as qthe former was regarded as the dmih1strations candidate which place will very naturally fall to Hines as Beckham Hager and Hines are known to be fast friends When two strong men come to j blows even ii they are well matched it is not a pleaBiogeSgbt but if the man who gets tile worst of it will me DeWitts With Hazel 2alve he will look better and feel better in short order Be sure you get De Wittsi Good for everyllfinga nalva- isusedI I for including TrilejsTold by the Red Gross Drug Sfore Mt Zion Echoes Miss Olue Vanlleot of Louis ville yho has been visiting relatives here went to Nelson Sunday accompanied by her brothers Ward nul Edward to- E viait her aunt Mrs El Grumes Mrs Kate Williams pnd daugh ter Saliie Mae were the guSts of Mr J f Wjlliaras and family Sunday jr Roscoe Sutherland who hasl Men away for some time Hai returnedhme Mr Hiner Neile was in Bloom field Thursday Medame Sue Williams Ohio Hays and J B Williams of Midway and MfsiesLydia Bishop and Lydii Wiliants Sarah and The Bette1 Way The tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated you cotigJand there is niore irrita tion more coughiiig You take a cough mixture nl d it eases th- irritationfor awhjle You take SCOTTSEMULSIONr EMULSIONand what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strehgth Thats hov Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a coughaoId Or bronchitis a WELL A FREE SCOTT S BOE4O0ei Margaret Hays and K tie Rube Williams were very pleasantly entertained by Mrs Kate Will iams atc Maple Bill last Thurs day Our community was well rep resepted in Chaplin last Salur day afternoon Mr William Hatfield wife and children after ft visit to Her parents Mr arid Mrs IJ B Bonta returned to Louisville Friday accompanied by her mother Miss Grant Hays was hostess to the following merry party of young folks last Saturday night Misses Eleanor End Mattie Hays of Bloomfield and their visitors Misses McParland of Lexington and Pendleton of Winchester Messrs Dave Hays and Wil Wakefield of Blopmfield The party visited Tatham Spring SundayMiss Sallie Mae Williams le Wednesday for Millersburg where she expects to enter schoo Little Miss Burcham Hays wa tnepleasant guest of Miss Mar Taylor Sunday Mr Geo Russell wife an baby of Chaplin spent Thur day at the JJusseJl home Mr BHaysrwas at Tathac Sunday The following young folk who have been visiting telative in this community were entertained Thursday night at the home of Mr ahd Mrs W IL Eiusel Miss Jennie Nichols Messrs Chfs and Leslie HarrodsburgMissi and Mr Jas Semones of New York Others present of this neighborhood were Misses Clau dfa Neale Blanche Nora and Margie BontalOraPinkston and Sallie Mae VijUiams Messrs Jas Hays frank and Newton Arnold Vallad Pinkston and 2 M Williams M4sdames Williams Neale andH aLeldAH report pleasant time ljn TATTLERS i Good for the cough removes it cough U1 cau4e of the niThats the work cf Kennedys Lax the Honey atid tartle origins laxative cough yrup Contains i opiates Sold bp the Red eros Drugstore T Wiillsburgi After a fw weeks absonc will jot you ajfpw items Mr W SGibbs was in Hal rodsburg the 6rst pf the wee spEnSundayKirkland Mrs Qttietigerand Maltij Brown were atj Mooresville Fr day last Revs Petty and Young ar holding a series of meetings aj tl is place Everybody is iirj vited to attend Miss Lula CJhildress of Nasli villle TennJs visiting relative nar here Miss 1Iay Ill Merritt has returned home after a two weeks pleasant siaywMii Mrs J W Walls at Pleasant Grove Mrs T J Miller and daughter attended churqh at Springfield Sunday The citizens are at ending theI Association pock Bridge and the convention at Mackville this week Sam and George Golvin ofI DeKalb 111 ate visiting relai ves here Miss Elizabeth Shirley is visiting her brotber and sister in Greensburg1I Irjd Quite a number of people attended the baslfet meeting at Bills boro Sunday Mrs WjV Crouch is visiting relatives in Louisville this veekIand will c1 from ther to Illinois to spend afeW weeks Dr J Ol Gjbbs felensboro spent Saturday and Sunday withthIs son W S Gibbs and iamily Miss Mae Bell Gibbs has returned home after attending the Lawrenceburg and Sheibyyille fairs I Mrs WT Wells and Lester Gibbs are on the sick list1 withjjmalajia feyer Spridgfield tt BrookvihltFarmers are verybtsy cuttijg r and housing tobacco Owing to- tho scarcity of hands the farm ers are very much behind in their work i Forest View fluterb Mat nglv Herman Smith Thomas Mattincly and Ray Smith left here last Monday to attend school at Uethsemani this year RoseihasvisitFatber Kent Miss fiL B Carriao has gone to Marion county to visit her brothers family Mrs Willl Riney who has been in Missour and other points West for her health has returned very much improved Mrs Joe Carrico returned home last Sunday after a pleasant vJsitnear St Charles among friends and relatives The services last Sunday atI SL Rose at the beginning of hours devotion were grand The choir can not be excelled out side tHe large cities and seldom there Miss Cleavie Jobnson died at her fathers residence in this county Mr John Johnson on last Wednesday morning and was buried at St Rose on Friday after tbe last sacred rights of that church of which she had beeiiahife member An infant Child of Will Smith of Louisville was interred at St Rose last Saturday evening Last Friday or Satuiday St Rose was 100 years old In 1852 the old brick church was toru lon and the large stone struc ture was erected which noss stands The funds were raised by Father OBryan and built under hU direction His picture can befceen in the front windw but it shows off best from the inside of the vestibule We Tobacco cutting is in full blast just now familyhavedGoff and IllinoisItraded horses and to boot Mr George HeLd ick who has been confined to his bod for some time with typhoid fever is some better at this writing Mrs Nancy Eendrick is no better and her recovery is doubtful Mrk Bettie Cooksey died August 30 with typhoid fever Remains were interred in Rock bridge cemetery Deceased was about 50 jLEj Tuesday and Wednesday Mr R Li Crouch our under uptodaterecently Rev Kays is holding a series of meetings at Pried Chapel this week Revs Lowen and Allen havej meetingtlsaiabpralrdeceased tj 9edJast Saturday Only a 10acre tract was sold however AMINfSTERS LETK Of COMMENDATION I l p FIV BIG FACTORIES II I have been trying to get some firm here toput in a line of your shoes as we have a hard time getting a goodshoe in this town I believe if you will take the matter up you can arrange with Messrs Co to handle Diamond Brands II Ihave no interest in the matter only that Iwant to buy a good shoe once in a while You will remember that I handled your shoes when in business in Quanah and know what they are REV WALTER GRIFFITH 4 Silverton Texas Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be more convincingly shown You are just as anxious for good shoes as ReyGriffith and it is equally wortha your while to insist that your dealer supply themjAsk your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes ilI4 J4IJiWIJ JIZIAKIAJ RHP C IIfNMeNOR FHt JHOE47MAtA4i OTHERHOVrE IN TH41wErj VilllcyHIlI Bryan is like bad money he will come back- Most all whiskey then are now local optionists Why Whea and oats are not dong well corn is better and tobacco is all worms in this section Some one asks whats your motto corresponding with the News Leader Answer The truth regardless of politics or religionAs as we are concerned presidentTrue social life in this section s like a bottle full I of hot air Kll off at a move I Mrs Marion Strange of ooresville visited her brother t this place Thursday Mrs Benedict Janes of near own visited her mother Mrs D Reed at this place Thurs ly Miss Nellie Poster is visiting latives on Janes ave Miss Maude Lindley remains le guest of the Misses Goatley Mr and Mrs Srim Scott of PinJrstondMisses Susie and Bertha Ed erton two of Billsboros most ughly acomplished youngjadles isited their aunt Mrs J L loran at this place Monday Mrs Berry Pinkston and wife f Polin visited their son Ed Pinkston of this place Sunday Several from this place attend ed the Association atRockbridge Tuesday and Wednesday Many from here have attended meeting at New Hope during the- astendays We regret seriously to learn of the serious iUcessof Mr Willard hompson of near here A correct solution indeed for The Tattlers It was readily answered in a sense yet I daresay thisUman may exist in ancy but not imagination pnly is his idealist would hava us bef ieve Mrs George Tucker who was endered senseless recently by a udden bolt of lightning dis overed later that the stroke urned her ankle and foot con iderably yet not serious al h lt1j1ryhend ordeal like that one Its a wonder tIe Maudcorres pendent didnt claim that young farmer from this section who was hiding while young ladiesi passed She claimed the road and as he was working it he should have been in the bargain thisectionrop is only moderate Suppose we follow Teddies plan of simplifying the vocabu arYl and have a little reforma ion in our letters Let each ofr us make suggestions on this plan and as I happen to be iin ibis grand circle I will make the first suggestive head ing for eacb one as they come to the mind Maude Maxims that sounds likea A Frizzle Headed Lone some Girls name and I deem itt a good name for the letter from that place Pulliiira Pointers comes next applicabletothat place Mooresville Makeups that doesnt sound just right either for I dont think our correspoud upanythingAsk him Tatham Springs That one is 10 k without any change that is if they have any earthly reference to the swinging bridges Mt Zion Echoes is also very good for Tattlers Echoes can be heard anOn and we appreciate their work very much Hillsboro Breyeties sounds like poetry to me only not so short asthe name implies And last swell as least I des ire a very very appropiate name for our village notes Valley Hill IdiosyncrasiesNow made an effort on this plan what have the other correspondents to say in regard to these titles JUno Rwr Tur Xjd3ry l 5ier a Ktllsboro ji Well tbe local option election is over and we are all rejoicing over the great victory Well j might we be proud of our county Weare very sorry that the good cause failed to win in Nelson Mrs W A Smith who ha been quite sick with malari fever has about recovered weal Palmer and wife and G B Edwards and wife of Van Dykespentlast week with relatives at this place Hon JohnW Jenkins was i our midst Sunday shaking inI with his many friends Revs Sims and Amstead are conducting a series of meetings churchrAn effort is being made to organ izea Reform church at this place Our North Bend correspond ent reminds us of The Ghost of crooned Lane for he al ways comes when least expectt ed but always makes bimsel felt The Mooresville brother is a spicy writer and we are glad to read hlslin resting letters but he is not entitled to a single pro phetic feather in his cap for he said his precinct would go wet but instead it went dry by 72 During the storm last Sunday night lightning struck the lagre stock barn on the farm of Mr 10 W Stallings and killed a fine stock mare belonging to J S Thomas He had been offered 75 for the mare About a year ago the lightnlngstruck the same barn and killed a valuable dog that belonged to FM Shew maker that was chained to a wagon in the barn The heavy rain washed away much fence along Mayses creek an4a large straw stack belonging to ChanHines was washed down as well as much green corn and tobacco Alb rt Hines and wife spec Sunday with the family of J W Settle at Locust Grove t The farmers are greatly rush ed in cutting tobacco Hands are Scarce and worms have been playing havoc with it Many of the farmers have ben using Pans green so freely that they have greatly damaged their crop We dont see what is the matter t with the boys of Maud vicin ity for the writer from tthat place signed her name to her newsy letter ciA Lonesome Girl This is the fault due to some one or challenge we do not kndw which But one thing sure we are all very glad to see a letter faomM aud at any rate Come a little oftener We are sorry that we cant agree with tile editor in regard to the amendment to the Constitution requiring voters to ahow their tax receipt before they vote I know some who are put on the delinquent list but at the same time if they couldnt vote without paving their tax stney would most surely hunt up the money4 A man who dont think enough of the welfare of his State to pay up his tax should not have a vote on the various issues that comes before the tax IIaboutII pay his fax I never saw oneIthat was too poor and if amendment should carry there i wont be a man who will nott have his tax receipt when the elecion dawns in this county Itt will saye the tax collector a greatt amount of trouble and will place more money in the treasury off the county and state Some one will say that a worthless negro i willjbedeprived of his vote If so let it go for very little do they card for the of 1mentl KILLTHI COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS i WITH Dr Kingsp New Discoveryp TONSUMPTIOH Priet FFOR I IOcllSIGOLDSV urMt and QuickMt Oar far 1- 1TEZOAT and LVXG TZOUZ i LXfl or XONZT IAOJL Iff IcaIJ foil w tlr C Anything in Real Estate r or C j insurance i q CQrc Cllon C JJJB D LAKE L tsrrn4 Lr r LIST OF FARMS FOR SALE BY McElroy Wharton Real Estate Agents 5Smiles from Springfield right on pike gooddwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 6000 locatedlgood ing new necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price No 67 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Puce 2750 No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Price 35 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre farm well located smallll1Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and is iis good as the best Price 60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly iin grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty Jtobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 550 per acre No 13 385 acre farm well located right on pike and railroad This farr- Is subject to division 2 good dwellings and barn fine body of timber plenty of tobaeco land Price 35 per acre No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwciling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price peracre 25 No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to housesi atres of tobacco fence all good Price 20 per acre No 7Q 50 acre farm situated 1 mile from Springfield well improved Itice dwelling barn and alt necessary outbuilding strictly a Iiice place Price 5000 i No 77 210 acre farm 150 acres o bottom land all tood land can be cultivated every year good improve ments of every kind 7 rboin dwelling i halls and porch 2 good barns 2 crih meat house biggy house milk house farm well wateredand fenced A firstclass farm onehaf inile from Mackville Ky right on tile pike This farm is well improved in every way new 8 room dwelling house two tenant houses good stock and tobacco barns cribs etc This farm nearly all lies well and is in a high state of cultivation This is strictly a nice place and a chance for Some one to buv a nice home The price is right and terms etsy Price SO We also have for sale a 330 acre farm located 34 miles from Spring field Ky The improvements on this place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbu lId rings There Iis on the ijrm a good orchard and plentyof sulall fruitI plenty of tobacco land and some timber is well fenced and watered Price 40 per acre No 78 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced and watered all lies well and convenient to school and church Price 52500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements every kind wellI ofIing and barn Price S30 per acre 83 100 acres located 2 miles north of Fenwick good dwelling arid to bacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 2COO 84 96 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield Ky good ht provement of every kind Land allies well new place Price 50 pe- ru 85 191 acre farm locate 5 miles north of Springfield Dwelling and barn land all lies well well fenced and watered Price 835 per acre Springfieldland all lies well and mostly in grass Price 3000 87 210 acre farm near Maud Ky Good farm All good land Good- mprovement of tevery kind well and watered right oh the ike Price right and terms easy 88 65 acre farm located 2i miles torn Springfield Kyf right qn the ike Price 2000 89 135 acre farm one mile from Springfield Price 4509I90 125 acre 14 miles South of Lou Isville Ky nice place well improved glie well one mile front railroad station i J I= 15Ii iii RoIISofMaffingJm rATUOBT FOR OAgHrii viLt r t yI a H A nice assortment 3Y ir 1 1 FUOOR RUGS I ti T t At Cost rCasha w if f 50 PAIRSp+ rr if Lace Curtains this seasons goods ff which we will 1oeout at 25 per cent v offforcash 1 OTHER BARGAINS ON SAME TERMSS 4 1 6RDNDY McINTIREf llff 2i vvisAfAivX IN n nn Tibi Flics r Ism old adage Its a bigjump 4 though from the tithe of the first clock to now Bridge theichasm and what have youjThe first clock crude the one of today almost a chronometer J Accurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry d is what you find the year round tat my jewelry store Mv new r If tock reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry stock To save a money buy from me j fi iJames J Graves d t G t inIpffB EramtU n t HEADQUARTERS FOR IJ f SchoolSuppllBSmI rj ns Of all kinds Tablets pencils copy pt IrIIr J State IYI books for the publIc schopls r t I HHYDONS = l Ir CORNER DUG STORE Mt- i il1Esl EEEEBEE L 1 = JQ147 LJii 4x3 cW4 4- 9I WE HAVE TO INVEST i tF CLIENTS jl Jcf JJ- in good Elecfcfic or Steam Railway Man acluringt JBank or Trust Company proposItIon fe I1f i I r WEJ BUY AD SELL iiBUY andsell entire is ues of nfmicipnlt t and JrpotBton 1i bonds and are prepared to furnish capital for any rnerito ij X rious prnpqsition Have money to loan on anlA No1 it V proposition hII W GILMORE Si CO KEJLER nUILDI G LOUISVILLE KY t iIw = J 2ul i 2OOOO PPlIUM XT ittIE t = BIO = BLU11RA RtIR= I jI j Ij 2Ojlii MIJ1ItM J Jt LEXINGTO 7I SI3PTEMBI3R 1tIlT 22i I 4 TIM Mgge t and best F Ir evtr Md lilt 5mrifc C1ftas IcteMMcf Live Stock Md AcrkMltisnil PrMhictc Kppstm Mim BaH Hljkctass Amucemeats aM MdI t For UutoctNi p24 ether i4ectIes addru QfclQ A BAtH Se q r tiLi4aE79f AI 1 PTTmnt M BURTON iLzPt1DNTDENTITi TEETH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT PAIN OrrKHf Block up staIrs SpRINGFiELD KY f L All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass tI Dr J HAMPTON DR J c MUDD LAMPION MUDDI I t Pijacitns and Surgeons I 1 Offices over Hayd6ns Drugstore t W FGRIGSBYI ATTORNEY AT LAW L Office over Peoples BankS J SPRINGFIELD KY j JYB RoBARDS M WFYATT- V RoBABDS HYATT f I Physicians anfl Snrgcons t k Office over McElroy Shultz = 1 DR J H HOPPER I PHYCIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over J V Office 97- Residence Hagans Grocery 71 f ThWWfRay F PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j Office over Qo W Hagans gro cery opposite Presbyterian church c Phones Office 175- Residencef 172 JOHN Y MAYES fUNERAL UIHECTORhi lAND LICENSED EMBALMER i iS TELBPHONE DAY19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KI I Rairpad Schedule Followingis the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown 1 and SpringBeld branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at i 410 pm j Bavdstown Junction j 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm 4 No 42 Leaves Springfield atO 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am r Arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 780 am i Bardstown Junction I 1 D 30 jkm Bardstown 1115 am r arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a j 120pm Bardstown 230 pm c Bardstowh Junbtion 435 pmn arrive at Louisville 545 pm ONo 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junctiona 845 am arriVes at Louisville g85 amfI No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown 44 753 p ill arrives at Springfield 825 T3ro tionds CarriageI b g Repair Shop t All kinds wood work and up holstering done Grain Cradles onbagd for sale Ii have for sale now onenew hand macje buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good second haudspring wagon 4 4Iwill work cheaply for t4e1 J money Ail work strictly cash I t W H BOND- 5Springfield Ky c FRESH BREAD RQLLS AND CAKFlsIjI it 1I1ie Altyrsgoodalways fresh We have a Baker who is an are ist at making goodthingsJ i Six Loaves of Bread ffor 25c riertiiens Confectionery THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder andS Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for lUr E W Hall 2026 Olive street jjSt Louis Send for Kemucky stimonials Notice All persons knowing themsel i yes indebted to the firm of McEl roy Bros are required to call and 8tHttleatbnceas the trm has changediiands atd all old bust- f es mifsC XeiciCed vf- MELROYt BROS ronllOBY TAR rcIsi4frfAtltifw 1Us ffIf t jj vw IflOWN ioiiliiliii iliiiHHWHWWWiN Local Happenings oT Interest The Freshest and Latest iIt I AllAboutYourself Friends i and Acquaintances 1 H 43Q We still pay cash for eggs and chickens at Campbells New Macaroni juscTeceived at McElroy Shadersl Try one pound jbf our 15c loose toast coffee at Campbells t Salt rising anq cream bread received daily Hagan Bros A large second band kitchen safe for sale cheal atCampbells Just received arfult supply of Griol Cocoanut MfcElroy Sha der i A good second hand heating stove for sale clieap at camp bells Chase Sanborne cOffees are the best McElroy Shader gents Dont fail to eximjne our ten cent ounter when jn town at Campbells The babe of Mr and Mrs W Grigsby is very sick with pneumonia i rSee cur nic4line of white j granite ware and get prices at mpbe1ls A nine pound boy arrived at Mr Charles M Tumeys last Wednesday evening rTryipixed pickles n btilkthe finest made McEl roy Shader f For cots springs cliairs rockers bed room sjuits and etc Get i prices at Campbells Ladies Club Tea is something food Trv a package and be onvinced McElroy Shader Mr Rafe Boldric has moved f hisfamily from Walker Heights into tbe new house on Lebanon t hill built by Mr Chas Logsdon The Springfield Graded Schoo i opened Monday with a good eri I rollment of pupils Quite a umber of pupils from outside offJ the district are attendingc Mr William Kroer has re moved his family from the Noe houseon Walnut street into the ew cottage jnst finished by Marks Green on Virginia Ave WANTEP Five horse shoers once 18 per week tofitters 15 to flobrmen Railroad fare furnished Only first class men Address Lock Box 490 Louis ville Ky Mr David R Litsey has oughtan interest in the dry oods corporation of the Robertson Claybrobke Coi and will devote his time to the business Mr Litsey isa popular young man and will add strength t6 the businessI While using a foot adz last Friday Mr Mat C Mayes re ceived a severe cut on his foot that might have resulted serious ly from losg ofiblood if immedi ate attention had not been given the wound Several stitches were taken amf the foot oandag ed and it iis dping nicely at present Tbe Central Association of Kentucky Baptists are in session at Rock Bridge this county having convened on Tuesday The Association is composeu of members of the Baptist churches of Washington and Marion couilies There is a good attendance of Ministers and members of the various churches and the exercises were interesting Secretary A C Kimball off the Washington County Fair Co informs us that from the pro ceeds of the fair this year a twelve per cent dividend was distributed among the stock holders tfhis is the largest dividend ev theIcompany There will be a meet ing of the stockholders in Spring field on Saturday September 15 for the purposed transacting some important business Auct S M Campbell reports Harrodsburg court as follows About 300 muje c9lts on the market Mr Fox of Danville bought 80 head from f35 055per bead Two other buyers were tberepi ing out the first class mules at 83 to 110 per TOPICS I i head About 40 cattle on the market milk cows selling for 20 to ss Only a few aged mules on the market Plug horses from 20 to 7250 per head Mr Campbell also reports the sale of John Dorseys farm in Boyle county as selling low 100 acresfof 15QO Transfers The month of August is usually a dull month in the real estate busines but there were a num ber of dales last month Real estate transfers as shown by the records of the Washington County Clerks office for August are as follows J T Mobley and wife to JK Ward six acres 35v tRt con fortyfive acres 1400 John Stat nand wife to Willi Wbayne UDO acres 950 J R McAlister etc to Callie Cheser 24 acres 8600 W N Keeling and wife to B f P Keeling 56 acres 500 t NM Weakley aua wife to B P dWIlhamd W E Spaiding two and three fourthas125 I RecoveredhThe buggy mare belonging to Mrs Mary L Durrett which disappeared from her farm on I Sunday night following the a Springfield Fair was found I Monday in Harrodsburg in the hands of a man who was endeave oring to sell her or trade her off Messrs Will F Simms and Byqn Parks of this place were in Harrodsburg end recognized the animal The police were notified of the circumstanceand the man was made to surrender i the mare He said that he had bought the animal at Nicholas ville on Monday after the night she was taken from the Durrett f place Rnd convinced the officers that he was telling the truthtt Mr Maury Durrett went to Hartrodsburg and brought the missS ing animal home On the same f night the mare was stolen some one stole a saddle and bridle from the barn of Mr Matt Wy joff near Mackville t f New Bridge at Maud Thenew bridge spanning the Beech Fork at Maud and comiec d ting Washington and Nelson 1 tounties has been completed and received by the Fiscal courts of thetwo counties As soon as j some work on thQ approaches on jachside of the bridge is completed the new bridge will betthrown open to the public The bridge was built by the Bracket Bridge CoM of Cincinnati Ohio and will cost nearly 8000 which amount will be shared by Nelson and Washington counties The bridge is 280 feet in length and is composed of one high truss and two low truss spans Each shore end rests on a solid mason ry abutment while iron tubes filledwith concrete support the river spans The citizens in the neighborhood of the bridge are greatly rejoiced over the completion of the new bridge as it has been greatly needed for years The forde at that place has always been an uncertain and dangerous one being at times impassable Free Trip to LopisYille The Retail Merchants Asso ciation of Louisville will refund in Cash your round trip fare based on excursion rates on the following dates- September l 17 ttf October 13 November 5 to November 17 December 3 toDecember 15 For further particulars apply to J V BECKMANN Manger Retail Merchants As sociation 807 Urban Bldg Louisville Ky In these days of rush and burr courtesy is often gorgotten In the mal yell mel rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal aUdits resultant headache 3 ay cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman fa the one who relieves lidtle ills of this sort by o little dose of Kodal fQr Dyspep ala It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into bhape Sold By the Red Cross DrugStOre l Mrs Williams has a new lire of the advance styles in fall hats she wants you to see I ivw = PERQNAL Mr John C Sl1derwas in Louisville yesterday Miss Lizzie Leach manJs sftt Crab Orchard Springs Miss Mabel Price is visiting the Misses Stoker at Bard town v Mr Talbolt Pefclr of Bards town was here Friday Miss M yme Knott has gone to Nazareth tpt attend school Mr J B Mahonand wife visited Mr and frsE S last Sunday MayesIl Miss Mary Leavell has returned from a visil tofrtendsat Lan caster 1Mrs Winchester Phillips visited her aunt M s8 J1 Smock Tuesday Mrs T S McElroy and son John Shuck spent last week in Danville the guest of relatives Mr and Mrs OF Bosley are guests of Mr and Mrs James Marshall at Bardstown and at tending the fair Mr Arvin Noe spent a few days at home with his family returning to St Louis Tuesday Mrs W C McChord and Miss Annie McChord raturned home from T than Monday where they spent two weeks Mrs C R McElroy and daughter Miss Sallie have re turned from Tatham Miss Emogene Henderson of Louisville who has be n the uest of Miss Frances Martin as returned home Mrs Leo Haydon and son Leo have returned home after yisit to the family of Mr Ben Haydon near town Miss Mary Gleason has return d home after a visit to friends at New Rope Miss Margaret Hagan returned Sunday after a visit to relati ves at Lebanon and St Marys Rev W H Williams is attend ing the Baptist Association at Rpckbridge Judge I H Tim rman and Prank Peters have returned from Shelbyville A large number of Washing ton county citizens and almost the entire male portion of- pripgleld are at the Bardstown fair to day Mr and M sV K Robertson left yesterday for Cincinnati to buy new fall goods for the firm of Robertson Claybrooke Co Mr Robert RoBards of Hen dersonville N C is visiting his brother Dr if B RpBards Miss Bertha Haydon is visit ing her sister Mrs T A Spalding at Bardstown Miss Ellen Wathen is visiting her brothers family at Bards own Junction Miss Beatrice Bershlock of New Orleans who is a student at Nazarethwas a guest of Miss Nellie Green a feV days this week Mrs T D Wells and children are at Taylorsvilleyisiting rela tives Mrs Wells and daughter Miss Mira have returned to Louis yule after a visit to relatives here Mr Knight Handy of Cincin nali nephew of Wrs Hugh Mc roy is at Mrs Ida Clarksons to attend school Mr Charles Green visited Dr Glenn Wood at New Haven last week Mr Ben Medley has returned tb Owensboro alter a visit to his parents here Mr Dave Shuck and Miss Bessie Brewer of Lebanon were in town Saturday Mr Chas M McChord is at Thorn Springs this week Rev W P Harvey of Louisville is here to attend the Bap j tist Association and to visit lifs sister Ms S n Griy Miss Elizabeth Leachman has returned after a visit to hex sister Mrs J B Bill of Leba non accompanied by Misses Louise and Sue Hill Mr Frank Toohill of Pitcairn Peon has returned after a visit to friends and relatives here Mr Will Hill of Jeanerette La is visiting Miss Elizabeth Leachman Mr JR Durrett the popular insurance man of Bloomfitld was in town yesterday Mr Andrew Cunningham was called to Cynthiana to the bed side of his sister Mrs Hood who is not expected to live Mrs G CWharton entertained at euchre last Thursday eve f id Its Worth im w traveling a long distance uj to have your teeth extractedw u- Ii Without Pain or Danger iAlLwork guaranteed v f JL G CRUMED D S II rb Ii Bardstown Ky w 333 33333 33333 333 ning in honor of Mrs T B Blandford of PiDeville Mr and Mrs E Carl Litsey ol Lebanon visited Judge Selec mans family tha first of the week Mrs Patterson of Adairvillo is visiting her daughter Mrs Will Hugan Mr Willard Thompscd sick with typhoid fever at his home near town Mr Thompson was taken violently ill from the start and there are grave apprehen sions as tto his recovery Mrs J L Wharton spent last week in Louisville atthe bedside of her mother Mrs Fetter who sustained serious injuries by a fall and herlcondiiion is considered critical Mr and Mrs Bryon Crcafte Mr and Mrs S H Bishop and Mrs Amanda Foster and Miss Della Campbell attended the Baptist Association at Rock bridge yesterday Miss Tennie Craycroft will arrive from Chicago the first of next week to take charge 61 the musical department in the Gra ded School Miss Bettie Irvine resigned the position which she has filled with satisfaction to her patrons and muchl credit to herself for twoS ears past Mesdames Fred Hagan 0SD Robertson A R Shultz Mary E Durrett J Y Mayes Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein Mr and Mrs T S Mayes and daughter May and Maters Dudley Kvbercson and A R Shu 7 will return from a trip up rlatucky river FriJay evening On Wednesday evening Sep tember 5th Miss Mamie Donnel ly enteitpined at her beautiful country home Vine Grove in honor of tier visitors Miss Morton iof Louisville and Miss Connor of Litsey The lawn Vas beautifully decorated with Japanese lanterns where the guests spent a delightful even ing Refreshments were served at eleVen and at a wee small hour of the night tne guests bid Mis s Donnelly good bye having spent an evening long to be Re membered Public Saief f Having decided to quit the horse trading business I will at my place about 6ni mile from Sprirgfield on what is known as the W F Booker pike on Saturday September 22 beginning at 2 oclock sell the following property The home place consisting of a good 4 room dwelling a large stock barn two wels a pond a nice orchard and all necessary outbuildings The place contains about 12 acres pikelandproperty This will make a do- sirablelIttle home for anyone LivStockS I will also at the same time and place offer for sale the fol lowing desirable stock My fine jack Black Boy known as the George Cocanougher jack which h proven hiinself tobe one of the best breeders in the county Four good farm mares all info I two goodthree arold- hdises one tine 3yearoJd mare BloodIby Fancy Boy two suckling colts and one suckling horse mule colt one sow and pigs Also a buggy and harness a Frazier break cart and harness as good as new and a few farm ing implements two stacks of millett 100 bushels of new corn Terms madeknown OQ day of sale SYLVESTER SMITH S M Campbell Auctioneer WANTEDGentleman or lady with good references to travel by rail or with a rig for a ffirm of 25000000 capitals S lay Q8200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses sam1JosKy a 5 Tw lvJw1 ttt itit t I It Will Soon Bei H- JSPL aA TIME d JIt Q J t ti Shoes Hosiery Underwear Et1I iI IIWehave just received a new lot of Fall Ginghams tfr Outings Flanneites 1 etc See the Boys and Girls Jf 11 4 Ribbed Hose at fOe and 20c pair Afso a full line of S itt Shoes Come to see us before buying any of the glt above articles We want your trade and will treatt tlyouright u t Jfc l idrt The ROBERTSON CLA BROOKEGOI W InQorporatecl 5 j THE BIO STORE Ii tt wttttWthfr- I l Eyes Tested II S Have fitted hundreds of others and can fit ynu Names and g- g Prescriptions on file come and 5 see for yoursel Give your f eyes the attention at thQ right t4 gimodern kinds and styles of lenses Bifocals of every de g 3 scription 6 IASTIG IATCiORRCTIONS 1 a Specialty I Graduate Optician always on ja hand to make test Satisfac tion guaranteed S iE M Russell MMM Cattle Die During the past week Col JI B Wathen has had four head of t fine cattle to die from some un t known caused One died Friday another Sunday another Mon day anti the last Tuesday Dr t Eisman of Louisville Stata Veterinariari was called buthcfff was unable to say what caused the cattle to die On Wednes day morning Col Waihen put t the remainder or bis herd in another field anil since then has herd no further trouble Drt Eisman parried different parts ofI the body of one of lie victims Louisville foriialyis with the view of ascertaining the cause pf the i death of the cattle and Col Wathen expects to hear from him today The veterin arian said their deaths were not due to anthrax or black leg Enterprise SlarviD to Death Because tier stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could eat Mrs Mary H Walters of SC Clair St Colum bus 0 was literally starving to death She writes My stom ach was so weak iroin useless drugs that I could not eat and my nerves So wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given tj die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improve ment began at once amUa com plete cure followed Bet health Tonic on earth 50c Guaranteed by C J Hoydod druggist Notice My books have been put iinto the hanas of A C Kimball All who are p ing accounts will tTlEa V JI SCOTT McCABE i NOTICE The undersjgiled firm haying disolved partnership all persons knowing themselves indebted to us are requestecUo make prompt settlement The books of the firm can be found at lloberton ulaybfookes office Rest Robertson Brothers BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME e It doesriU lalje much trouble and costs yeiy little For 1around1 WAUK0N1crfnie I 1JP1111mdttertrround stead ofpointirig t1e floor and then varnishing itypu do boTh in one sfcfecaidjselcveiipIeaaing Byuingitsure at liTtle cost RbnmiOWAPON if GET IT AT 1f jTHE RED CROSS DRUG STORE t fi 1 r SSSSi SSSSS S SSSS CSSSSSaQQttftO0 1 l The ffirst Nationalt I Bank 1 SPRINGFIELD KY Japtfnl S 3 OOO I i icSurplus and Undivided Profits 25vOOO I f OFFIGERS B I Litsey President JolmWi ewis Vlce r 8id 1tlAC Mcelroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Oashier R I Foster BookKeeper U H Purddm Asst BookKeeper f DIRECTORSB L Litsey JtV Lewis W D Olaybrooke T S Mayes R H Edelen H M Grundy John OPolik We grant every favor consistent with safe banking Yjour bust sioew ness respectfully solicited 8 S JC MARKS e GREEN jandjI LUMBEfittLATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS t Lb II We handle the celebrated 4 JMixed Carmel Coall beB4IJ Cant T We are sole agents for J c to r3lr jACME CLMENt PLAS JEf 4ii TheBestonEarbh Prices R1I tIOffice and Yards Joctor and Railroad Streets sprinliielfl Ky h t EVERYBODYS BUSINESSi i Is Nobodys Bus incts But or iil to glveitlis public the Kest work- irf i zB 7l Tinning and Numbing In l thelekst poisiblc COIL GIVE US A CM L k t5J lit cl15 J w ivjTcmA 5ut pR1NGrlE J jK S t 3 fi Fit SUPEMNTENPENT OF WBUC INSTRUCTION L JL Mm iffHew Castle fiwy duty Announces tl cyIrFTi1 f 1 Fcte Upon Which He Relies L Ifc Swpport former Superin tfi V and Teacher Ex r Fr MJtnt of Kentucky Educa e iioMliAi xiiatIonWhat Prom t Itool Men Say fHLLI d Iif II l NEWCAsTLE KY Aug 18 1906 To Democratic Voters of Kentucky 4I am candidate fpr Superintendent Sr Public Instruction in Kentucky and ask you to nominate me for that most i E A GULLION i Honorable position at the Democratic prirnarth beheldlNovember 6 lIt is prpperthat I should state some facts a myself inordrthat Demp1 crats may determine if I am worthy and competent 1 THE REFORMATION OF A COUNTY The following statement is just re r aeived frpm CarrolltonKy To th Democratie Voters of KenIt VtuckyHtving learned that E A Gullion a former citizen of our1 GarrollXpounty isacandidate for this very important office of Super intendent of Public Instruction we desire to commend him to youi favorable consideration During a term of sixteen years Mr Guilion was Superintendent of Common Schools for Carroll county and it is with pride that we say he afmihister e the office with signal ability He raised the standard of scholarship among teachers and created a public enthuiasm in the cause of education that led to an 1inimense improvement of the s feools Indeed the schools of Carrollcounty wereplaced on such- a8 high plane that we pointed to them with pride knowing them to be unsurpassed by any other correfpOndtciwabency in houses furnishings Eland apparatus In short there was substantial improvement iii all educational mattersa revival a reformation q Mr Gullion has had libejall ex f t 5UtItandagencicstj r Vand pupils is not merely theoreti W practicalIenthusiasm being an enthuisiast L himself in the matter of common school education county officers during all ttWewcre the timehewas Superin R j tendent and are familiar with his work while in office krke above statement is signed by D 0 tIT TODAY UJtd to think that ten months ago I looked like this I owe it to German Syrup CThe timeworn injnnction Never put e til tomorrow what you can do to thy is now generally presented in this form Do it today f That is the terse dvice we wanT to give you about that I e Imckiag cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev 4ra days perhaps weeks Take sonic eliabie T oedy for it TODAY and let t tW ruedy be Dr Doschees ftnaff y iflVwluch has been in use for pv- ezYeJers A Jew doses cf itwin ifmitoflj jeKeve your cough or cold fitt ooatiaied tise for a few davs will t jmL com telyNo matter how J luh4you cough even if dread t lungsc4cureitrJN nptho2eleMtW tnal bottle 250 regular size AtaU w I v Judge J A Donak spn ana the other county officials who were then in office also by the pfrasfint oiHcers and bankers Every citizen of ath itt county woiild sign it U requested I T have taught schools ranging from the common scho1m the beech woods to the lower classes in one of our loading co egos IN THE K E AND BEFORE LEO ISLATURE For more than twenty years I have been attending the State Teachers Association arid in 1896 was president of that honoraBle body The published proceedings and addresses show that I was active in all movements for the betterment of public schools originating someof thorn This is particularly true as to the agitation for nor xnalschoolsl longer school terms better shoolhouses modern equipment and compulsory attendance As chair man of a Legislative Committee appointed by the Kentucky Educational Association Ipressed upon the Gen oral Assembly divers amendments look ingtto those end and procured their passage I am the Author of the plan bytwhich three and four months schools were abolished and wrote the amendment that effectuated the plan The selfsame committee brpught about most of the beneficiall changes that have been made in the jlcho l law in the past gradual1develop system t Jr i THEEWqTYETIf- nominated I shall be elected in which event I shall devote whatever time and talent Ihave to the great cause in which are centeredl the dearest interests of the children and the Common wealth We shall make progress along allthe lines indicated for a brighter era has evidently dawned It shall be my highest and most cherished ambition to foster and develop the States nor mal schools until they shall be adequate for all and good enough for the best unsurpassed by those 6f any oth rState To better cortelate common schools with high schools and high schools with colleges so as to unify our entire educa tional system will also be a matter for rriy best thought and effort WHAT SOME ABLE SCHOOL MEN SAY Many prominent school men have written to me some urging me to become a candidate others endorsing my candidacy From the mass I select a few expreSsionsICity Schools YoU are worthy and well qualifiedyou hav be pan enthusiastic public school man ever since you became a man you would know how to meetrtho problems of elementary and secondary education as few other men could and above all you would know how to get in touch with schpol officers and teachers You may quote me anywhere as being for you first last and all the time Hon Jas HFuqua Superintendent of Public Instruction During your term of survice as Superintendent of Carroll county you broijght your scho to the highest Segree of excellence lsI Prof C A Leonard Supt Cynthi ana schoolsIfl hopc iOu Svill announce at once and nruke a tjiorou h canvass of the Sjpte I shalll work foj you Prof W H Barthtjlpmevl Principal Girls High School Louisville A friend of public instruction when the cause needed friends Gqllion merits the honor of the SUperintendency h Pres Jan K Patterson State Gol lego Lexington Without disparage ment to any otherptiblicman who has labored for the development of the ed ucational and material interests of the Commonwealth I say without reserve that I know of no man who has done better work than yourself Prof R M Shipp Supt Winches tor schools I shall do my best for yqu vherever I go although I jlo not ourIt l Bellevue and Paris schools now of Brooklyn N Y you arc the best most enthuaiastic anil most practical scq superintentlen I have known A strong point in your favor is that yoU have come from the ground up It 1Prof J T Gamej Principal cr Lousy lie Yodate a member of the Old Guard Your service as a worker for bettor education of the masses has been unflagging and contin uous You have iin my opinion the ex- actrecord and experience that best fit the man who oughtl tqV be chosen at this time Prof R H darrothbrSj formerly principal of Male High School Louisville I have Ion cbpidered you one of the hardest workers and most effi dent advocates of good schools We are now after a vigorous campaign ofImore than 20 years realizing the bf those efforts in the establishmctit the State Normal Schools ofI f IThe statements herein are not prompt ed by a vainglorious spirit hut are in tended to show mid do shoW I submit that my experience has been such as to give me peculiar fitineas for the most honorable office the people can bos owJ the State Superintendence The b comntandors trenches uaunliy Respectfully come up from stI i E A GULLION li i w n Tyill I IWattorney Brovhv of the PittsfieldI JcN xtl Jo a pensicn ihe best thing to g is Dr King s New Life Pills H6 iwntes IIIIlheVkeeP iriyffarjnirif Quicft in1Plen cnre7 fop neadBcne Cons pataou a Biliopsurss 25c Guaranteed at C J Haydons drug store l 7w w iir 4 aU J5VL WOMAN AND FASHION 1I An Attractive Waist a waist as the one shown would be just the thing for either a suit waist or for wear with separate skirts A soft net was used for this one but silk or cashmere might serve as w llThe front is laid In two deep FANCY TOKE WAIST plaits af each side of the center front while a smstll fanciful yoke introduces another niatcriul at the throat Sever al rows of shlrrlngs at each shoulder provide cxtm fullness for the front anti back anti are well adapted to the softer materials The sleeves may bo finished long or short and prove very pretty a Jet Ornament and Pins A natural outcome of the use of black In the court of England Is thb use of jet for any and all purposes Buckles anti hair combs stunning things they are too and the thousand amI one plus that every woman even slid of the Irreproachable hpoks and cifes finds necessary to n ake life worth living and the prop rHiUlug on of clothes possible are all made of jet curiously carved In some hlstances coursethereprettiest of passementeries are heavy with it PtiNhlon Note EolicnnoK make the prettiest of exI tnv dresses and the mercerized colt ennes are Jiesi llketl of all That pew trick of fashion leaving ostrich feather uncurledIs a boon to the women who have had to taboo feathers because the curl would come out JombinInthcorose shades No j matter how deftly blended these tints never harmonize l elupr too pronounced to tone lu together Modes In Yells Tlie new tiet veils which are wonderfully soft and silky soon lose their shape when made 4o conform to some of the latest and most eccentricnjil lineiy and the only possible solution orthe ditiloulty is to be in possession of a large vnnlety f veils Black and white mixtures are first In favor at present as well us pnlegnij and Avhite some of the nov makes with narrow lace borders another revival of an old fashion lifting isspntially becoming t A Dainty Apron leisl1FedeIl Every dainty woinaii whether she and two cw three are considered a nec essary part of her wardrobe These are not difficult to niake and yet con Iribute an air of daintiness to the toilet which is altogether charming FANCY jn ro r Tin apion Khown Is one of new design nnd may be made as elaborate or as fcltuplu as desired As shown the apron IIs made of eiiibroitlereU swiss while n narrow Insertion anti broad ruHlf of embjoidery serve as adorn meat and form the shoulder trips Broad tics of the shebr swiss give a coquettish air quite vital to itx effee tiveiiifss Tlie apron may serve for fancyworkI dusting or that most clmrmiiiK oHico of 1 woman at ten or the eluding dish A sheer dotted iwlss would be very pretty for the liliron with a ribbon run beading about the cdiro WASHINGTON LETTER Special Corrouponjlcncc A mass of Intarestltifi Information regarding the public buildings and grounds In the District is cnntalned in Hie annual report of Colonol Charles S IJpomwoll the engineer officer in jilmrge Itegjiuilrig diildrens play grotiuds lie says that during the year the public plnygrounds committee was jjlviuil permlssloii to use five public reservations for playground purposes Special attention was Invited to this Subject ayjv Colonel Bromwcll In my annual report for lOOt and the reconinundHlions therein made are re- phateduianiely that an appropria tion of be made for establish iiig uiiintatniug and caring for chil- lu1reej1inygrounds on public rescrva tjgilit Washington Public Parks WIn summarizing the general work nc toinpllshed in the public parks Colonel teromwell says that one new space wap added to tho park system during the year by transfer of 9818 square feet of street area pn Twentysecond street DO YOU GET UP WITAAMZBACKI Kidney Trouble Makes You JUscraMe Almost eerybodWllO reads the newspaper is sure to know of the wonderful made Drcures by t4J lit Kilmers SwamP I Root the great kid- neyUI liver thud bInd V der remedy ll C It is the great moo littt 11 ical triumph of the Ill i nineteenth century discoveredafteryearsirj by Dr Kilmer the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful irt promptly curing lame back uric acid catarrh of the bladder and Brights Disease which iis the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot not rec ommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work and in private practice and Inn proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement las been made by bacJfiotJ bottle sent free by1n1iI a ing more about SwanipRooland how fliitIoittifyouhiavekidiieYOrbladdertrO tile When writiu inentioii reading generous offer in this paper andsend thisI address to Dr Co KilmeraliiJT fiftycent Y The dollar size bottles are Hom O 8waa pxot sold by all good druggists iJontmake any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Biugliamton N Y on ieveryuear s street to me cniet engineers for park purposes Three reservations were improved The various green houSe structures the storehouse and the shop building at the propagating gardens wete repaired and maintained in good condition The wooden and glass superstructures of two green houses were entirely rebuilt Over 1000000 plants were propagated and werejlnntedat tile gardens nnd In the new nursery grounds In Potomac Par- krIavushington Monument During the past year 148470 persons visited the top of the Washington monument of whom 125007 used the fjevntor mid 2 8jOtbc stairways making n total of 27 iOS5 Visitors Blnpc the monument was opened to the public Oct 183- 8Telephone Rate Cat The Chesapeake and Potomac Teler phone company the local branch 6t the Bell Telephone company recently announced that it would voluntarily reduce telephone rates from 15 to 25 per cent in the business section on ijopt 1 anti iu the residential sectios of the city on Oct 1 The general manager says that the business of the company has grown to such proportions that it can afford to reduce the rates What really caused the reduction Is that an lude pendent company Is making an effort to secure eutrqnce to the city Butler Dlnr Fee By a decision of the District of Co lumbia supreme court former Senator Butler of South Carolina will have to wait until the tall term before he can secure his 75000 fee from the United States treasury on account of his work hi connection with the claims Of the Cherokee Indians which were settled lust winter in their favor The total fees In this ease amounted to sOme thing over 300000 the claini on which It was allowed representing more than 1000000 an appropriation for the payment of which was made by con gress at the last session Court of Peaion There are man members of cou Rrc1 who believe that n good way to get rid of special pension legislation anti deal Justly with as ninny people as ought to be pensioned wouldjbe to establish a court of pensions with live WashingtonI1 sremi us Is done by the court of claims in other matters CUT Sanitation With the aid of the members of the police department Dr Woodward the District health officer and his numer ous inspectors have instituted a general cleaning up of the city paying espe cial attention to the sanitary condition of rear yards of private residences Xeir Variety of Potatoe The department of agriculture has detailed N E Hanson of North Da kota ou au extensive trip through Europe in search t f valuable fruits and vegetables with a view to their In troduction in this country Ills chief mission will be the securing of the stock potato which is largely raised In Europe for stock feeding Tuls pota to is larger and coarser than the iIJO into raised In this country and It Is with n view of introducing this potato III the Inlted States for the purpose of trouncing alcohol that the department hits sent Mr Hansen to Europe Mr llnnson will also try to secure some ttype of potatoes with disease re sisting qualities Chicken Farm Close to Capitol Almost under the lmdow of the capitol in WuHhingtou two spinsters have started a chicken farm The e wonieu have u line of ancestors thut woUld make many a millionaire green with envy hut pedigree didnt pro duce cash when they suddenly found foods1I0wcelmained and by and by the idea of the chicken farm occurred to one of liiuui Her slHter thought It a Joke as the plot of laud beside their house ivns In her view no bigger than a handkerchIef However it was not this land that was to be utilized but the dry anti spacious attic So sue Lcssfui has bent this Industry that Uu sisters have kept their own table fcell spread and have supplied chick ens to many families The Sewerage System Washington now lias a very com plete sewerage system but the sewage Is deposited on the river banks ouly to to be brought back bj the tide aitICreate a nuisance To relieve the of tills menace a disposal plant cltIwhich the waste will be about six miles down the stream Isbc lug constructiji anti will be lu tlon wltbJu a year operaI CAnt A BIT OF GOSSIP Dont lock your door Bab Im coming In to brush niy hair and hava a chat Dab nodded yawned and went lInto her room There f now Ive hardly had a glimpse of you tonight Im dead beat fairly dead bjat Dont mention the worth dance for A week II attorelY iou look wasnea our sitEd Bab What a horrid ezpresslonr Bab lifted the handglass lying on ker knee and scrutinized her own face closely sow I look as fresh as I did when the evening commenced Thank heaT en I dont show either my physical or bodily feelings In my face Youll wear out before your time Sallle Thank you Bab I think Ill wear as well as mOtpeople But perhaps If 1ou had had my responsibilities on shoulders and the weight of re iI celling and looking after the comfort of over 300 guests Instead of mooning about the conservatory with Major Hardy you would have looked washed anti Bab laughed lazily and nestled ber pretty dark head more cozily among sllJiencusbionst Sal of being hostess and heiress Now an Inslg ulO nut person like myself has nothing 1i worry about Yes 1lesbaend amJ yourself a no body so you neednt say It Bab And Major Hardy doesnt think you are a nobody either be tell you s01 How conde IDid Dont be ridiculous Havent I ears and eyes Speaking of ears did you notice the earrings Lady Martin was wearingY Bab Im not going to let you change the subject In that mean way Coral down to her shoulders I npy er saw such abominable looking things 1 would t give a fig for your country folks Saille Wo are wandering away from Major Hardy How you Major Hardy me If I am not mistaken tbe very first words you said to me this morning were Major Hardy Is coming tonight Dont get nasty BnbYou know IWhnU that er thought weI thought you dont glare at meI thought you liked him I like a whole heap of men He is a splendid match Bab The rectory girls would give anything to have your chance Wail Why not take him yourself You neednt fly Into a passion I apolo gize I forgot for an Instant that whatt would be a good match for me wouldI be most unsuitable for a great heiress Yu arc co bitter f2iq r Dry Mash For Fowl This Isa mixture of ground grains mainly wheat bran It Is fed dry In troughs boxes or self feeders Uls usually kept before the hens all the time uuwi p vcramn a coal nustcr ttbnamokln Pa saw a man drop a purse Wertmon picked up the puree and restored it tq the owner It eon talned 3OOOTbe stranger who had dropped the money to reward Wert mans honesty held up a roll of bills ranging from 1 to 1000 telling Wert man to close his eyes and draw one He extracted a 1 bill At the Miami university commence ment at Hamilton O Sena tor Dolllvcr of Iowa appeared as the principal speaker In the academic gown of a doctor of laws Tbe senator remarked that he felt as if he were In a bathing suit and peekaboo bonnef When the audience laughed Senator Dolllver turn ed to President Benson and said I have said nothing funny I believe1 the people are laughing at my clSthes He then took off the gown and dropped It upon the floor where It remained until be bad finished A New York artist who painted a portrait of President Roosevelt had the privilege of spending several days knocking around the White House to get some mental notes of the presi dents varying expressions He would there and yonder to watch 1Jlltbere of the nation as he attended of business The portrait finished but adverse criticism rendered the artists visit necessary When he was about to leave tbe execu tive mansion to hasten to New York to put his new Impressions on the canvas the president shook his finger at him and said very earnestly Now mind you no scarfpl- nI1UMOR OF THE HOUR Another Awful Outrage Harry said his wire this Is aw full Look at this mornings paper It says you arc a scoundrel It says In toItunehere You nre accused of bribing pur chasing agents to buy your goods when they were Inferior to others offered at the Same price This Is terrible You must make themretruct at once Ed crlmlnalj1Jbelman him to be no better than a common thief and black leg I ilont know what it Is Here look at tthis It says you allowed the county commissioners large sums of mdney for giving you contracts to tilt njsh public Institutions with supplies at exorbitant prices Oh dear Is no bo reputation safe You must in justice to society take immediate steps to have these scandal mongers these detestable muck rakers punished You owe It ttd yourself and to your fatally and to the public to make Yes yes my dear I know it Its- aD outragea damnable outrage llshall take immediate steps In tbV mat tcr Ill go at once to my lawyer and Instruct him toto find out If possible how much evidence they hnveQhica go ItecordHerald atural Sapposltloa IbeJnterlncedway lu tttitot his corposlty I got my start life by clerking in a hum ble grbcerj store at a salary of 3 a I week and managed to save money on thatIBut replied the astute reporter that of course was before the cash registers were Invented Puck Absolute Worthlessness iLIfeller Ist that your niece married Mrs Tubmad The WidowTell you whats a sol emn fact Mr Sheliyln confidence of course lies so utterly no account that I dont believe she could raffle him off at a church fair Watsons Magazine The Wise IkyilclaB- Do you always eat what your doctor advises you not to eaU Always But I have a growing sus picionWiafs that I believe he advises me not to eat ItH things he really wants me to eat Cleveland Plain Dealer A a V DayLaxative t lTake o every 4 1 bN soW lii tIIs cL ThilSlRature Dt IOL 25C L1n nf Brlggsyou Perfeucall on the Dlmpletops r very often What sort of children liars IXellmcabout Oh Ive never seen emBroilyn Life r Ccnlna 4 Johns borne from college 3 Oh yes s What he goln to do now Well twixt you an mel think hes Just about decided to loaf around qn be one o these geniuses that nobody can understand A ilnnta nnn ti ipm Fame Fur Ten EycU FawllyL The orange or Syracuse uuiversiLyn the stalwart backs of the seqoud elilit and on that of young JImmie Ten Eyck newest representative Of that famous family of oarsmen loomed up In front at Philadelphia recently in great fast Ion Iii their respective races In the fourth annual regatta of the A tnericsm Rowing association over the Henley course on the Schuylkill and the handful of rooters that Journeyed down to cheer them started back home with wads of green and yellow backs Cot both were dark horses Young Ten Eyck faced a field of sev en crackajack scullers In the contest for second singles but he took the at the quarter and won as he ndI talking back to his nearest competitor Stoes of the University Barge clqb1 The eight coached by Jim Ten Eyck father of the sculler met such gopd Junior crews as Pennsylvania and Harvard and showed the class that en abled the orange to swepthe Iludspn In 1004 and there was open water be tween them and Pennsylvania nil the way from the halt to the finish Tbbj were never let out tStationery Fad Most noticeable of nil the stationery fads is the sealing wax that Is used by every one now It does not look like the kinds most of us are familiar with because It is made In all the delicate pastel shades to match the new tinted papers and women will search all the shops In the city to get a wax that cor responds with the tone of the paper Occasionally when this is Impossible they select a shade that will make a sharp contrast and yet be of the same color Elbow Sleeves Elbow sleeves are upon ninetenths of the dressy blouses but they usually come below the elbow ending mla close fitting band or little trUSfpnd It1 they end above the point of the elbow deeper frills covet the elbow The blouse even at Its best is only Inform al or demltollot and sleeves for such wear should cover the elbow point Cellar Rlm There is an odd IraslilU of wearing Jeweled safety pins which has been adopted lby the wearers of the pretty little lingerie collars These tiny ptns are used to keep the collar in plqce One Is pinned at the back one on each side and another In front the front one being larger than the others For All Round Wear The model Illustrated Is exceedingly simple and Kbowh as a wrap for ordinary carriage wear a garment to take the place of the old time duster that our grandmothers donned to cover and protect their best gowns Just a little touch of ornamentation In the ahapV of oriental embroidery makes What the Navy Seed The tone of the naval personnel de ponds almost entirely on the higher cers those of command and flag omI The Ideals which they bold up to younger officers are the ones that are eagerly followed In the decade fol lowing the civil war when Admirall Porter wifs supreme this ideal was the jbold sailor who carried canvas till It blew away As Commodore Foxhall Parker said a little inter Not to talk rope was not to be n seaman In the opinion of most officers Aa a result the midshipmen talked and thought rope continually and exerted ertry effort to become nee seamen Qne would expect that if no officer with actual engineering training Is available the One detailed would at least be a man of considerable experience and chosen from near the top of the list of those on board In many cases the exact reverse Is true and the nominal chief engineer Is one of thd Juniors with scarcely any experience of any kind The unfortunate lad whd was In charge of the Beimlngtous ma chinery was next to the lowest com missioned officer W M MtFarlnnd In Engineering Magazine i V Prehistoric Tracks Of more than unusual Interest ire Jhc old prehistoric hlrd tracks of the Connecticut valley to either active pportsincu or students of nntural history signs of what Is called tlia tzitg sic period says J E Melhvnln la Ilec reatron Just outside tile city of ilol yoke Mass between the old road anil thnew state road to Xorthi iptoi there Is a patch about mil 100 feet which has been cleared of nil surface earth by parties interested in geolo v jud which is now protected by tht state This patch Is romplctely coh ered with well defused tracks nnil most of which will measure twelve tn jandj Sour StomachNo appetite loss oi strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new disco cry represents the natural Juices of diges tion as they eclst in a healthy stomach combined with tho greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys ndlgestlonIthe mucous membranes 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Magazine vf 1j 75 j HarpersMagazine425Harpers weekly vi V 4 5v Harpers Bazar4 5v American Agriculturist1 15 neabove T I fEL DAVISON Jr v I y NEWS LEADER sprngfieuKy JOHN SHUCK MCELROY G GL WHARTON f McEroy 6 Wharton Insurance Real Estate Agenlr Ftre Life and Tornado Insuranta 1 1 fOfficeif f 4 IPlio IJi 42jj CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE E TELEGRAPH CO t mCOKPOJrATnn Long distance lines and telephones of this Corjnpany enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wfc can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWesolicltyour I able Equipments and facilities unsur- passEd JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WEIR = President Jk Genl Manager Stc7 t A at CenU Mgr TleIIoIurat ll LouisviIIo Booming THESE DOYOUKNOW FACTS ABOUT LOUIS VILLE 3SOOOO IRYAMTiSTRiTTOtl BUSINESSCOLLE6E Covitt I LASSEJ Something Newiandtnir1y d fferf nt mm t old siylo Made in regular read jag glassps and in near sightrd and fur righted glasses combined Cst no more than the old style nuerior in every wa We Guarantee willthgm and promptly refunJ money iftbey fail to give pel f ct satisfaction Ifjoui have any eye trouble write us meutionmg yuhpwGlasses that will reieve ypt r rouble jf its not incurable TJJ Howe Co Opticians t Louisville Ky FOLLOVy tH FLAG Cheap GolonistsR ti to Oregon Washington Montan TJritih Columbia Nevada Utah Womi g NewMexico Arizona Colorado and California Points ROUND TRIP Home Seekers Excursion to many points West Drbp postal card fpr partjcularslo F w GREENE D P A DRKINGS NfW DISCOVIRY Will Surely Stop That Cough radius ofonly 6 miles leads the WORLD in the manufacturing of jeans farm wagons sewerpipe wooden boxes ad in producing and handnnjr whisky sole leather cement suppliesLouisvillefactory in the world the largest soap factory urbanlines Louisville Is a city BEAUTI FUL HOMES its cityvrppetyvaIuauIon is 200000000 It has the grandest park system in the United States and many mag nificent public buQdings and churches and is the home of the WORLDS LEADING COM MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll aUhis school do THOROUGH work and jouTl never be in want of a good position in a booming wtr terprising city like Louisvfllej NOW is kM t i It fi 1 j f LEflThJ4t l ICIJIESIl tl 4 RHEUMATISM II LUMBAGO SCIATICA t NEURALGIA aid i KIDNEY TROUBLEiIIP- Stakealnternsllyridsthebloo4 l of the poisonous matter and aekU which are ttie direct causes of thece disesses Applied externally It affords 101mla sunt relief from pain while a peno M Irblood r I had two a rofferer for a sser ot yitfu f with Lomtego and RhenmatlMB my ana and Kg and triad all gather from medical world ulhJeeerwith anlUl1berottli betphiIeIsosbustved DothlDkUlM lay the relief eb1ai IrMa iypseufor a FREEiifNearalaladred disease WrIte tollS for a trial bosss ot SDROPS and test tourMU 5DRWSH can be used any ien th er USe without acqnlrlnr a drat habit t asltiseBtirelyfreft opIuHi eoearalcohoL laodamtHa vaA fthar ateUar ingredientsit i lH1Jhtt1ePW Peses FseIejbyesktsW- AINO kIVMAT SII lOMPAU J 8e ue1aHtt l 1ft1e1f for better ellowsbip ane cltzenshtp Not only should the outside of the body be cleansed but occasional wse f a laxative or cathar c opens the bowies andclears e system of effete matter Beat far this are DeWitts ttile Early Risers iPlcasant Uttl30 pills that do not gripe or stricken Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store