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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r r p IABLJSDI1 IN 1838 MEW SEMES VOL XIII NO 37 j SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY SEPTEMBER 13 1906 I OO PER YE iFf l M iTF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTi office over Haydon Barber Jipntlwor at reasonable prices U work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR SPRINGFIELD county seat Washington County 52 mites south r tat of j exinpton 59 miles from Louisville on Bardstown branch o i IfOaisyille apd Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone Uses express office flour mills lumberyards po nation 1100 population of county 15000 Representative hi Congress Hon D JL Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis ature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative In State Senate Hot Harry Lancaster Lebanon Kr r r County CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octo ec I H Thurman Judge RL Durham Commonwealth At I praey Robt A Noe Clerk V tG Leachman Master Commtss eer tQUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each month VB L Litsey Judge J COUNCO RT County Court meets on the fourth Monday in eacbVmouth BL Litsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk S Ir S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jai1e3 Sidney Ofibburne SherifftSam Anderson H B Powell 1Ierb Eddleman 4 D puUew Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor rP OBryan Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy LRobertMiilbntgomeryCoroner JiW Bush Sapt of Common ichopli P O Springfieldr CITY COURT jj- i James R Noe Police Judge It John Grace Marshll W F Grigsby Citf Attorney JUSTICE cjOUTsJnotice Courts areheldinJanuUyS April July and October Church Directory f t METHODIST CHURCHt t RevG W tyon 1 ast rtSer klonthe First and Third Sundays atlia and 730 mineach month m p SundaySchool every Sunday at 10 am Prayer mte injf every Wednesday a ght CHURCHjCATHOLIC f Rev P F Hennessar Pastor Ser Syices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock H m Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH RjvWT Waldcn Pastor gem BViy SOnday j ERESBYTERIAN CHURCH VBey T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am Bnd at 7 pm Sunday school every nnday at 10 am Prayer meetin e every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williantsrast Jgreaching every Sunday at l1amjj arid 745 pm Sunday School everyt Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting evrv Tnesdav evening at 745 clockI Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGK Spring eidlod et Nbi 50 meets first and third Mouday ei each month R A NoWashington Chapter Sii meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council No 52 meets on verY to rth Mondayji KNIGHTS of THE MACASBKS Meet r i f l mo FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILLCUREYOU of any seof Kidney or Bladder disease that is nott beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do h noCrisk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There iis nothing gaine4 by iiOc and 100 Eoftlea FUN vSTITUTE jrofle bj Bed Cross Dra tre4 L r TIlE NEWS= LEADER1 1 W j UVHHlIW AROUND OF TALK II IIIIp An Old Wagon Road L4 By Harriet Whitney Durbin V It holds in a wide axjd easy curvej The goldshot mist of awillow clump And takesthe sun jria lazy swerve To clear the rootSof a halfcharredI stump Yonder ahead where the slant Iis fwsteep lTurning aside from a primrose lane The cutof the wheel lies sharp and deep In clay that gatheredr the slow spridgran But wild sweet clovi r Jn time can hei- 4Thearslongleftb the wagon wheel Adown the hollow ii4 runs awry With errant scor4 of a settled pact Th e brown leaflayers so densely lie They hold the trail by thevaguest trace And lower still where the moldis wet With trickling pearls of a wayside spring ff fIThe slender arc of the track is set A couch for the woodweeds blos- somIng t Across the hill on the pther side A new road runsto the village rim Its bed is graveled pnd hardand wide No starweeds tangle alqng its brim travels on through the suns hot light With naught of jpausirig to doze or dream No swerve it follows to leftorright- No luringdipto ashadecool stream And the old road iidles its wayalone A vagrant careless of longneglect Witchhazelthreatened and bramble grown It sinks in a hazy retrospect And inch by inch jas the wild things creep Closer arid thicker with web and skein j Ullapses into a placid sleep t A part once mqre of the woods domain fj And wild sweet clover at llast shall heal I lLIT- hescars long left bYrhe wagon whee 1m Directory delayI 11ELEPHON citizens and patrons of the telephone service jn the town and county over Jhe raise in- ates which the company has just put into operation There was some talk of an organized resistance to paying the increase butt the matter has not taken any ny definite shap as yet It- eems to us that this protest on the part of the telephone subI scribers comes too ilate to be ef ective More than a year ago bhe Board of Trustees of the town of Springfield advertised and sold a telephone franchise for the town granting to theI purchaser certain privileges uchas establishing and main taining a telephone exchange and the tunning of lines through the streets and etc This franchise was duely advertised and sold at public outcry and the Cumberland Telephone and Tel egrapti Co Became the purchaser In the contract which was made with the town the rate of cnarges for their service were specified The telephone com pang agreed to establish three exchanges in the county namely at Mooresville at Willisburg and at Mackvilfe and to put in a first class metallic service throughout the county This they were to do before the new schedule of rate was to become effective The company has faithfully carried out its part of the agreement New lines have been extended throughout the county ann the three new ex changes have been put iinto operation la fact it 13 said that the Cumberland Telephone Co has expended 575000 on its plant in this cbunty Certain its that it has established a first class serviceind has carried out its part of the contract It is said that thejnew rate which is to be enfqrcedis in excess of the rate charged Jin other towns This may be true but all of that should have jben considered be fore the franchise was granted and the Contract made Of course citizens can refuse totake the service and order their telephones out bjut the Cumberland Telephone G occupies the field and iHs up to the people to accept the rate or do without the service jljarrodsburg Leb anon Bar stOwn andother towns are protesting but the case is differentia hese towns inasmuch as they have not sold any franchise Jo the telephone people The ffanchh however does not give the exclusive right to the Cumberland Telephone Co Pp but it is not likely that any othef- company will goto the expense- ofputting in another plaQtnnder- the circumstances iu1Towncensured we believe unjustlY for granting these privileges to the telephone company The matter was thoroughly discussed at the time and the trustees act ed as they thought for the best interests of the town The board was urged to act so as to secure a better telephone ser vice Citizens from out in the county and from the smaller towns of the county were espaci lyclamorous that the arrangements should be made that would secure for them these extra exchanges and better service It was to please the residents of county districts who were de i manding such action as much as any other thing which caused the Trustees to act We hope the matter between the company and its subscribers will be ad justed for Washington county certainly has now one of the best and most complete tele phone services of any county in the state w t 1M postelecIttion anything Washington county will go for James B McCreary forU 8 Senator Not only is McCreary strong on his own account with a large number of the Democrats of the county butS many are for himfor the reason that they are opposed to Beck ham and the administration m- achineso called It is under stood that an effort will be madej to get McCreary to make a speech in Springfield before the campaign is over A large crowd bf admirers will go to Lebanon Saturday to tear him speak there iTlIe Breath of Hie Its a significant fact that the stroneest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs m ansJ powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right organs right should be mans chief est study Like thousands of pthers Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has llearned how to do this She Writes Three bottles of Dr Rings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured mJ of what my friends thought cort sumption 0 its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by C J Haydon druggist Price SOC and 1 Trial bottle freeIShocking Death J =Tlie sudden and mysterious death of Mr Samuel G McEl roy which occurred at his home five miles from this city Wednesday Sept 5 1906 was a great shock to the entire cpmI munity Mr McElroy left his v home about 0 oclock that morning to go it was thought over his farm When he 4id not return at noon the family became alarmed and went in search of him Sis dead body was found shortly afterwards by his son Hervey just inside the door pf a cabin almost In sight of bis home Near his corpse was a shotgun one barrel of which contained an empty cartridge Upon examination it was found that the load of shot had entered his let sijj penetrating his heart and inflicting a wound that must have caused instant death Whether the terrible affair was due to an accident or was self inflicted may perhaps never be known but his friends Relieve that bis great misfortune was the result of an accident The deceased was one of Ma rion county prominent cltizenaI and farmers and by mairiage and bleod was connected with many of the countys leading families For many years he was a leader locally in the ranks of the mocraticparty serving considerable time as chairman of the County Committee He was also County Superintendent of Public Schools fox three terms and always took great interest ia anv movement that he be lieved would promote or advance the cause of education He was born in this county r sixt7tive years ago and was twice married both wives pre ceding him to the grave many years He is survived by nine children one of wliem is Mr HenryS McBlroy City Attor ney of Lebanon The others are Mrs Josephine Moore pf Louisville Mrs Lizzie Para more Orlando Florida Mrs Addie Bolton Louisville Mrs Effre Edelen this city Misses Mattie and Leonora McElroy and Messrs Hervey and Sam McElroy Jr Two brothers Messrs Ben and Thomas McEI roy of this city and one sister Mrs Ell Guthrie of Paducah also survlvehim Funeral services will be con ducted this morning at the Second Presbyterian church after which his remains will be interred at Ryder cemetery The family of the deceased hare the heartfelt sympathy of the communityLebanon En terprise HighPriced Mules Monday was mule day and the prices were clear out of sight j Sandy Kelly sold Dick Gentry two mule colts one for 120 and the other for 10750 Gentry also bought a mule colt from Claude Ransdell for 110 andr sold it to Win Bonta for120 M Phillips bought one from Lester Wilson one from Jouett McCoun and one from Tom Hud on at 100 a head Wm Nave ought six colls at from GO to 5 75 B G Fox bought 80 head of medium mule colts at from S 35 to 80 Many others sold at jfrom 90 toS95 a henlHar- s rodsburg Herald REPORTI OF THE CONDITION OF TH- EFJR8T NATIONAL BANK At Springfield in the State of Ken tuck at the close of business September 4 1906 No 1767 EESOtrECES Loans and Discounts e228HmIOverdrafts securedandtin secured 536781 USi Bonds to secure cir culation 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 500000 iDue from National Bank not reserve agents 113015 Due from Slate banks and bankers ll523H Checks and other cash items 501794 Notes of other Nation I I banks 753 00 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 14243 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK VIZ pec1e8932SS5Lega1tendet 1542555 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 250000 Total 31030261 DrrDaCapital stotk paid in 8 5000000 Surplus lurid 2500000 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 588fl55 National Bank not a out standing 5000000 Due to other National banks 9040 Due to State Banks and Bankers iaiooi subjectto 3 sunTime certificates ofdeposit 4110725 Reserved for taxes 122541 Liabilities other than those above stated 08035 Total 31035201 STATE OF KEXT UCKT COUXTT ar WASH 1oTos5 I A C McEIro Cashier of the abovdnamed bank do solemnly swear tlmt tho abovostatctmontls true to the best of my i knowledge and belief f A C McElroy Cashier this I J IJI B L LITSBY Directors H M GRUHUY NO one would buy a sailboat with sails that conld not be reefed There iis always that possibility of too much wind that makes a cattious man afroid to go unprovided The thinking man whose stomach sometimes goes back on him provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Jvodol for dyspepsia Within reach Kodol digests wbai you eat gnd restores the atoniach to the condition to property perform Its functions Sold by the Red Cross Drug store Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home IInsurance Company of Junction City Kyf the only company in the State that makes any claim paying its losses in fill jyr a GRADED SCHOOL REPORT The Secretary and Treasurers Report Gives Some Interesting Figures t Mr G C Wharton Secretary and Treasurer of the Springfield l Graded School has made his annual report of the condition of the schtfbl ana gives some in teresting figures and facts The report is made for the year ending July 1st 1906and contains an itemized statement of the receipts and expenditures forth year besides other facts The number of Children of tie school age in the district is given at 403 the number of pupils enrolled was 407 and the average attendance f rthe year was 322 It is figured that the expense tor the tuition of each pupil is 20 for the session The number of nonresident pupils during the Session was 50 The following is an itemized statement of the receipts and expendituresfor the year RECEIPTS Property Tax4443 80 Amount received from State 129744 Poll Tax 423 00 Tuition fees 35975 L N Franchise 8450 Sale of old furniture 28 00 Total 663955 EXPENSES Teachers Salary 4205qp 30 Sinking Fund 120000 Improvements 18625 Paiddebt from last year 25132 All other purpos 79398 Totall SGGSOYO Ian PEt Sixty in MmM- ora1 e than half of mankind over ixty years of age sufiat from kidney apd bladder disorders usually enlarge inent of prostrate gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should betaken at the first sign of danger as it cor rectf irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney burnetf llocl port Mo write I saffeced with enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of PoleysKidney Cure I feel bcitter than I have for twenty year althopg I am now 01 years old Sold at the Red Cross Drug store Tobacco Worms While at the offset sish every tobacco raiser to know that I am yet a boy and have had very little experience with tobacco previous to this year 1 find the terribl pest tobacco worm to be very annoying as well as destructive to the plant Now at present we have paris green wbichis supposed to rid the patch of worms however it has not succeeded in so doing this year probably on account of too much ram As every one knows at maturity th tobacco worm lleaves the plant and repairs to the ground to become a fly nevertheless this uoesnt occur usually until after tobacco is cut and the suckers grow up from the stub and ars left to grow unmolested as an harbor for the fly which produce worms that grow to norrnalsiOgointo the ground in great numbers to come out full Hedged flies next summer Now the point lam aftcqisj ta prevent these worms frqtn going own and how are we to dot Welleasily enough if ForCoughs and Colds There is a remedy over sixty years old Ayers Cherry Pectoral Off course you have heard of it probably have used it Once in the family it stays the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chest Ask your doctor about it The beat kind of testimonial Sold for over sixty years Made by JO Ayer Co iowan MuIIIAlso Bumufacttaror of 1f1 ers SARSAPA2ILUIIII We hays no secretsi pnniiu the formulM of all our aedlolne Ayers Pills Incrense the activity of the Iver and thus aid recovery every tobacco raiser will adhere to duty and after his tobacco i cat keep the suckers paris greened in order to kill the young wormsas thev are hatched out and thus prevent them fever maturing This will Intve the effect of greatly diminishing the next crop of worms If the same plinjs successfully carried out from year to year the result will be no worms This llooks like trying to push a helhas raised a large crop of tobac co and has bought large amounts of paris green therefore he doesnt want tJwork on the useless suckers I claim and it can easily bo demonstrated that the extra ex penseand work will more than repay who triesit There should be a united effort however for it will do little good foroneneigh bor to try the plan while his neighbors neglect and they raisei enough flies to supply the neighborhood 1 am young but still am inter ested in the welfare of a tobacco raiser who has worms and wish cooperation in my plan to rid our community of them Can 1 hear from some writer on this subject if so I will appreciate Ilj Very much If this is a good thing its not too eary to begin now Uo H OWS HIS We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarr- QOureF J Cheney CoTdlcdoOJ We the undersijned have knnvn P j Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorabe in all busines transactions and finau cfally able to carry out shy obligation made by his firm WaddkJnKinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hall Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the spstenii Tcstimcnals sent free Price 7cc per bottle Sold by all drrcrgjsta ttTake HallsFamily Pilli for con stipation I Not Caught Some days ago a horse was stolen from Mrs M W Derrett who livQs rear Springfield The police here were notified and were on the lookout Mon day a horse answering the des cription of the stolen one was offered for sale here by a man Lamed Sears vs1o had bought it from a man in Jieholasville who said his name was Gray Theanimal was takenaway from Sear and Mrs Derrett notified eer son and a risigUbprcarae here and identified the animal and took it home The ponce believe they know who stole the horse buthave not yet secured sufficient proof to arrest tbesus pect who gave thenameof Gray Harrodsbor Herald Tt t OrHrual Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and llung remedy and ou account of the great tn0rit and popularity of Foleys Hou ey and Tar many iIE itations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute aff red as no other preparation will ffive the stme satisfaction it is mildly laxaiive It codtains noopi atcs and is safest for children and dalicato persons Solp by Red Cross Drug Store WhiteRobed Robbii Mr John C Price the chicken lung who lives on Fifth street relates a rather sensational ex perience he had with a white robed robber last Monday night He keeps his money in his coat pockets and sleeps wiihr the garment under his pillow Last Monday was a good day forMr Price and hehad 50iin his pockets which he had tICP rived from ihe sale of chickens and country produce Hetook especiall care to place tfre coat containing the money under his pillov and then lay down to pleasant dreams wrap ping the draperies of his couch about him At the still hour of 12 a white robed woman with long wavy hair appeared in his room and went through a few mysterious jestures and then removed the coat from be neath the pillow took from it 4 anti replaced the coat Mr Price talked to the vdmanI and saw her as plain as he ever saw a chicken but was as help Jcssas an infaot Hecbuld oo gssao 1Iln11IJ1 3LOAYBAR S i tJt KENTUCKY DIRECTORY moye btit says hewniIdrect1l- 1ZO the sJrange burglar should q he see her It was hard for hun to believe that Jie bad been fobbed until be counted his money and foundl that heiutd only 52 Heretofore the family have been sleeping with tIre doors open but here aftnthey wilt all be lockeland nailed down Mr Price has re 1labdthe case to the police but no clews have been = estab1ishecI i Boyle Co Hrald 1 U fo CnrBaa Felon saysSam Kendall of Phillips burg Kan jusb cover it over yitb Bucklens Arnica Salve land the Sale will do tha reatv Quickest cure for Burps Bails Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Cbapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at CVJ Haydons drug store Guaranteed DEATH OF MFEUER Was TheM ther Of Mrs J Wharton And Well Known In Spring field Mrs Catherine M Fetterr whr wslhe jnother of Mrsl James L Wharton of this pJace and who1 bad many friends in Spring Seld where she hart frec en IvI vsited died Saturdry JMtat the Home of her daughter Mrs Kobert t teej in L uisvUle HerI death wa s due to old ags and to a fall which she received Au f I7tb A Mrs Fettpr was 84 yrS of ige but was retained all of her faculties and was active for onE of her age She was the widow of George G Fetter aid is stir l vrvcd by the following sons andI daughter Mrs Col Amo i Stickney Mrs Edwin Royle wife of the leading playwright Irs James Wliarton of Spring fi6ldrKvl Mrs Robert Steel jG Fetter superintendent ol the car service bureau at Cincin riaii and George G Fetter the veUknown Main street printer iThe Louisville Times contains the following sketch of her life Mrs Fetter was born near the present site of Gilmore Cos wholesale grocery on Main street in1822 Her husbind George G Feter was an early merchant and large pork packer She Is adaughter of John Thompson Gray and Mary Ormsby Hei lather was very promnent in the e rly history of Louisville being one of the cftys firsI Postmaster receiyin his appointment from President Mon roe who was his fathers cousnI Not only Mrs Fetters fathei and mother lived in Louisville but her grandfather on botb sides of the family lived here Her grandfather Gray was Oapt George Gray of the Con tineatal army during the R voluI tionary War and came to Kent tucky fron Virginia with hk cousin Richard Taylor father of President Zachariah Taylor Her great grandfather was the Rev JohnTnompson rector off the famous St Marks parish Culpeper Vaand perhaps the most celebrated of the earlj Episcopal ministers He mar ned Lady Spottswood widow ol Gov Alexander Spottswood She has been a pi eminent member of Christs Church Cat nedrijjil for about seyenty five ears and is perhaps the oldest liit gmembir of the churdfc Three of the Epjsopal churckrer i in this city have been giVen the ground upon which they are built by Mrs Fetters family They are Christs church Gracr church and AllSaint chapel The funeral took place on Sunday and was attended by the t members of the Wharton family of thicplace Dr Finns TestimonY Ijnertslii Dr Thomts Finn of Boonsboro lo who has practiced medicine for 32 years says he has used ever pres cnption known to the profession for I treatment of kteney and bladder dis eases and says jie has never fund anvtninc so effective in both chronic and acute kidney and bladder trouble d as Folsys Kidney Cure It stop irregttlt1es and bUilds up thewhole- l system Sold by the Red Qrcss Drug l p StoreIFotiY3EMIrr a 41 jjfrf + J Ij ir 1 AMAEROPHjg PIIII J J AkIJLliPOWflE i AbaoIutpii J A 1fr1 phatIaoId q KssUI37i7 J Maokvile Items t JtIfbeen1 fever is able to bearptndagiin i i Chas Isham spent1inigbn Jur city enrouta to court at Springfield JjlLrl Call ad family of Lou HI1 have returned htnif after t Jpending several days with his lather F P Call J Jh Walter Foley sndwife of Srrngfied spent Snkfa7 with the family of W FB ttora Charley Shewmake has re turned after being in the west onearI Ptock Shewmaker and wife of Princetoff Indi are Tiialtlng his mother Mrs Frank Shewmaker R bert Bottom has t pencd a ne grcery store on west Main treet The Methodist Yneetingi closed last week with nineteen additions and great success sj Tobacco cut irg s in ful 7f landj l Mrifd ty ifj ji J Cast Coi purchased of dif fcrent parties a car load of butcher stuff prices from 2t to 3c par pound t PValteri pf I W lB Hatthett 80 stdck sheep at 5 per head J T Tester solrI to James Drury his farm on the Perry yule Pike containing 24 acre fOr1400 J Wt B Hatchelt purchased in j Boyle county thiJl1teek 150 stOck sheep at5 60 per headL William Graves sold a buck of 1300lb cate Ias6 wek Gabe Keightly so do Mitchc ir t Watts of Boyle ten feedi g tcattle weight 11000 Ibs at 4 ctf Harry Riley los a valuable mare this week by feeding tco much green corn d Sam Mayes sold to W P Elatctiett a pairofniu1Ilor23 Capt English bf Dftjatille passed through here Stwrdiy last enrouta to WilHtborif to 3ry ar land Eale Hajrodsiurg Democrat 41 Taxpayers hitice lYonrtaxes for 1906 are nOwt4 lue and the peIltwUtxo oa t If 1Wl t t i t 1 youbytnecountyc1erkad x cuted with n ten day tthreafkr if making an additionallcost to yW oE 1S1pr cellttjCo lltfoct Jlinai Sheriff oCWCjjfe f WNEDScb btattractive proportion WJj iHetJ ind expense psd mMkly Jt z Some knowledge of mmic pro Jf erred butt not HlitatSal JH Moore Pfy 6ath Place CttIeEo1ll iLFchin M pi ftg- Jd i 0 o t eaem a isAltew sItd i c081lal0 tad fhill insfef tjr i w netopoordigtiaa4aii iwMir tiyer Oriao Lase Yrtt Array aids dlfcatlo MH Miet UML liver und bowels wsd IMUMN IM levio4I saetk r M user M4 jl axative FtWt8tNt ft te or IrJ Mss il4I ptu 4 ffj- tQtalN B 4 wt h iKi by the Krt CrPM Prep ois la tl VT 7 i I r TIE NEWSLEADER WUWSHED EVERY THUKSDAT A YEAR IN ADVANCE I I PINGFiEDKY E L1DA IJJ Jr j Calor buLnez notices 10 cents per aelt aubequiitlnserUqfl o cuL1datcsand pol1lcalmatte Job work ist dose at low rates but cash It paid on delivery ofgctds ARTcrtlslag titr made on liberal 4tpWlMrlM and resplutfon of respect ftt rUBe lli01JNcmaN1S Tss4y Magistrates no f 250 OhtrietOflkses 1CO- 0fIE TKDJWDAY SEPT 13 1906 For Congress We are authorized to announce M L HEAVRIN of Ohio county as a candidates for Congress froin the Fourth Cjagresi 4lonal district on the Republican ticket Election November 1006 We aieahthorized to announce I 1t t6ert Noe as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court i r Subject to the action of the Demo W ratic party I Mr Bryans utterances are being commented jon and are attraclmgattehtion everywhere I A leading Democrat in Washington in an interview states that he believes Mr Bryan is abso 1IuLely honest in his Governments ownership idea iust as he was on the money question ten years ago He addsSat he belfeves Mr Bryan wilt stand by bis utterances until he sees them beaten inthe next national con veo ion I Louisville did herself proud yesterday iti her reception to i Hon William Jennings Bryan The city was crouded with peo pie from all over Kentucky andI I r from other southern states and c a right royal welcome was give the great Commoner A great street parade a reception a banquet ana a great gathering and speechmaking in the even v ingat the new armory building 1wereZeatures of the days enter tainment t New York politics are becoming interesting The Indepeh dence League convention held two sessions in Carnegie Hall It was decided to name a lull ticket for State officers and this ticket will be nominated today I Hisses for W T Jerome and a big demonstration for W R Hearst were features of the evening session Thorn Hill Miss Adray Canary was in 1 JMackville Saturday and Sunday Miss Margaret Litsey and Mr John I Brewer drove to towni aThursday night and were quietly Imarried by Rev Williams f Mrs Annie Gribbins and Miss Lillie Cocanousrher were the gueats of Mrs Wiil Buckman Sunday afternoon Mrs Abe Canary is in Mack yin this week The Canary Store has opened with Mr Oscar Bottom and Mr Lpnzie Barker m charge vWe wish them prosperity 1Mr and Mrs JohnBrewer were the guests of Mrs Tom Hundley Saturday and Sunday Mr Ray and Miss Hattie Logs don were the guest of their un cle Mr Will Coyle Sunday Miss Jadie Louise and Mr Will Fenwick were the guests 4 of Mrs W F Barker Sunday Born since our last letter a girl to the wife of Mr Tajylor Mastern if ORGETMENOTS Notice to Farmers Now is the time to begin to use Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy if you want to keep your hogs free from disease We will seff you a yallon of this remedy you 9titie It for thiy days and if It dqe s 4ot keep your hogs in perfect health during this h time you need not pay for the med cine Isnt this tht fairest proposi tion you ever heard of Costs only S cts pef month for each hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from its use more than pays for the cost of the remedy iJ Q Jj Haydon Springfield Ky ljj MAUI fin0our former scribe hrs bidt plleasnre of visiting her J llon and gathering up a biLofiewstoprtsentin a rude 3 i l Trayjfto the many readers of the iold NewsLeader We are indeed pained tore A FIFTY CENTS INsrnc conditiops the gain 1from ttfye use of Scotts niulsjon js very rapid For this reason we pit upa fiftycent size which is iordinaryi s as a trial f6r babies and children In other conditions thi gain is slower health cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion mustbe taken as nourishmentta food rather than a medicine Its a food ffor tired and weak dgesUojnsC Send for free aniDla Scott Bowne 409415 Pw St ChemistsNew York sac ineS 500 Attdrujxlst port so maliy as being on the sick list but a number of our good people have been stricken with typhoid feyer Mr Willie Huston and Mfss ilallie Huston have been quite ill but are re ported as sortie better Mr Ev erett Wakefield Is very low at this writing His daughter Miss Mary also has the fever but in a milder form Throe little sons of Dr J N Shehan have recovered Mrs y Shehan had a relapse but is now some better The protracted meeting at New Hope has beer in progress tfp t two weeksno Cokely an iaplc evangelist of Louisville has delivered some excellent sermons and a number of additions were received and the church much revived Bro Boggess1 time as pastor has ex pired and he is again at the Seminary As yfet no pastor has been called JI Mr Chas Shehan was in Springfield Satuiday J Mr ES rJrlnflnir wile and two little sons visited the latter parenps the latter part of the pasttveek Mrs Jennie Bal we ha been the uesti Mrs1 Kate Shew maker t Mrs B P i Settle was the guest of her jjdapghter Mrs Edward Nally u of Bardstown the latter part of last week and attended the fair Miss Kathryn Settle wasthe guestof her sisterMrs Bindley Dodson of Stringtown from Thursday till Saturday Mr Henry Wells of Tathara passed througlj here Saturday Mr Thos Virgin wife and daughters entertained the fol lowing at dinner Sunday Bro Cokely of Louisville Mr J A Tucker of Predericksto M r Everett Croak Cro lresm Misses Olivia and Martha Gray Messrs Ernest Goatley Valley Bill and Robert Gray Hardes tys and Mr Edward Goatley and wife We notice that Uno always dwells with particular tender ness on anything he chances to say about Mfy Zion Can anyone tell why Wo had another terific ram through this section on last Sunday morning Success to the eaderI FRIZZLE HEAD Whleii you havaco1d it is well t be very careful abopjt using anything that will cause constipation Be particularly careful about preparat- ionsi containing spiates Use Kn nedys Laxative Honey and Tar Which sfops tIe cough and moves the bowlcs Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store 1Taillain SpriItgc The sick folks in this com munity are alt Convalescent ex cept Mr Elishd White Sr who we are sorrftp report is at the point of death The association at RocUbrirlge was a great sijccess and was well reprcseneIl from a great many places and I dont think anyone went d W1Y hungry from the looks ofthe baskets that were there Well the thresher has finally made its rounds in this part of theCounty arId wheat turned out fairly well Mr Charlie Royalty of Ash brooke vjsited hs brothers Joho and Scar Royalty of this place Saturday night andSun day Mr Silas Burkhead sold head of cattle to Mr Henry Graham at 3o per lb Rev Lee Shirley preached to an attentive audience at this place Saturday night and Sunday j Mr Prank Hardin wile andI little son HollS were the pleas anfyguests of Mr Elisha White andScfamily Sinday Protracted meeting begins at this pnce on Monday night Sep Yfay19rsi1IefvBtchett We are expect tn r t meetingS Everybody invited Mtffiglat1t eAs1bndwiIe Olay Foster and family wercjthe welcomegnesife of lheirbVojher and slsrerry 1u and JTannio1 Keeling of tt JlacQ Sunday 7 w Messrs Leo Shirley and Leonard of Harrodsburg were visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Bill Keeling Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Johpalhan Roy alty were the pleasant guests of their son and daughter Levi Satterly and wife Saturday Mr George Shirley and fami ly have been attending tthe pro tracted meeting at Willisburg thepast week Well as news is somewhat scarce and I have to take chances on getting my letter to the office will have to close hoping to see every village well represented Will have to compliment Uno on his letter last week and as I cant possibly write as good letters as he can will ring off HYACINTH farmers Take Notice f Bourbon Hog1 Colera Remedy is the very best hog remedy in the world Use it as a preventive and if it does not keep your hogs healthy and free from diseasesyou need not pay us ode cent for the remedy Costs you only S cents per month for each hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from its use will more than pay for the mdicine C J Haydon Springfield Ky Valley Hill Mrs Palmer Goatley visited Mrs Willard Thompson Tues day night Burgess Pinkston visited Rel atives at Polin Tuesday Mr Sabe Harain and family vUited relatives at P lin last week and attended the Associa lion at Rock Bridge Mr and Mrs C L Grundy visited relatives at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr Robert Thompson and wife of the Grundy Orphanage visited relatives at Pleasant Grove Wednesday Mrs Palmer Goatley and daughter attended the fair at Bardstown Thursday Burgess Pinkston is quite ill at this whting Typhoid fever is given as the immediate cause Misb Maud Lindley accompanied by Mr Thos A Grundy attended the fair Thursday 0 P Goatley Peter Shehan and Flank ONeal attended the fair at B rdstown Saturday Ed Pinkston who has suffered a severe spell of typhoid fever is convalescent at this writing Miss Maude Lindley who has been a guest at the home of Mrs Palmer Goatley for some weeks past has returned to her home in Louisville Miss Lindley is indeed a very popular young lady and made many friends while visiting here rMrs Berry Pinkston Of near Polin visited relative here Monday V Several from this place attended the baptising at Mopresville Tuesday Ar EJd Donelly of near town purchased several hundred tobacco sticks from Mr JL Mo ran 5f this place last week Price 50c per hundred IJnp visited friends near Chaplin Saturday and Sunday Owed Ellis attended the Bardstown fair the entire week Miss Imogene Goatley is yet seriously ill of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs M W Seay of Oak Hill visited S P Derringer and wife at Blue Ridge Sunday Its strange indeed that our boys should go awav over in Bardstown to get boozy vhen they could save expense and get 011 a lOc whiz at home It o theydontnews notes will llpat around anu lodge in the letter box of a news reporter in spite of precaution When booz was ound in the vinegar cruet tho deghborsaid iis an accident lIts strange how accidents win happen in dry districts If stems sell well this season the tobacco raising will come out o k if not the worms have thao k and chewers will be obliged to use BomefolksII IA luau passed through this section last week making phot grapls of the many residences Your Cor received a set of buggybreaksC4e and wasnt worth 23 everybodyinwondering whit the M D has to say Typhoid fever malaria and mumps infest this place at present Some predict the school haying to close IA fellow said before setting out an 8 acre patch of tobacco atJgets a camera in the patch he will have to cuIie weeds and g ss and i orrnr negatireyellow paperand glue over the stems tjjjf After tryuhnthget a weeks outingybu bf has do- cided to go hu iitflTEthe 29th of Febuary if thtoco crop I mean worms arojEon hands A good idea Itbfnkj A tobacco r isei tHtna e 1 hebevariety waVexcMlent and round ed up like JJtogei palmleai fans ripenAfterhearing rq the progressive gro vthfbftho crop and now band beboTd all we see is palm leaf stehis iii rsy- c1t c1t c1t If You Want C Anything in Real Estate II- V or t h Insurance JI I Call on 3 BD LAKE tt- C b btr IsLS CCS The cartoonist wont to car icature W J Bryan and we suppose he deserves it in a certain degree but what about Taylor The one who deserted a state because of undue action in its behalf Their brigbt devis- ingi minds cannot picture out a cartoon sufficient to do this man justice Its awfulness is beyond conception We had a 15c minstrel at the schoolhouse here Monday night 1 mean the price of admission was 15c but they did not incite UnoIIand said emphatically they would not give me any com plimentary ticket therefore I cannot give complete details of the performance Others say it was worth the price to anyone who did nt attend TJNO- In these days of rush and burr courtesy is often gorgotten In the mad pell men rush of our life little thingsare done to offend that we ratherramained undone A hastily eaten meal audits resultant headache Say cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman ls the one who relieves lidtle lIla of this sort by o little dose of Kodal for Dyspep sia It digests wnat you eat and puts your stomach back into bhape Sold By the Red Cross Drugstore MEN WANTED Somewhere near Springfield to assist us m showing and selling properties No experience necessary if willing to let us teach you thereal estate business Salary60 a monih to honest man willing to devote part of his time to his business- C Operative Land Co Andrus Bidg J Minneapolis Minn Free Tip to Lonisville The Retail Merchants Asso I elation of Louisville will refund in Cash your round trip fare based on excursion rates on the following dates- September 17 to October I3r t November 5 to November 17 December 3 to December 15 For further particulars apply to J V BECKMANN Manager Retail Merchants As soc aiont 307 f Urban Bfdg Louisville Ky Notice My books have been put into tliejhanas of A C Kimballl All who are owlrig accounts will please call ard settle J SCOTTMCOABE- GoOd t for the cough remove the tough the causEof the caugh Thats the work of Kennedys Laxa tive Honey and tarthe original laxative cough syrup Contains no opiates Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore To Clean Lace TOclean roil lace equal to new baste white muslin round a bottle tack the lace on It make a puds of fine soap dd a little borax and wash the lace y rubbingS with the bands Ulnse well and dry In the sun Then tOke ff the lace It looks like new Frcnhcnlnjc Nut It Is a good thing to know that Iff nuts grow dry and tasteless from being kept for some time they may be won lerfully freshened by soaking them In lukewarm water This applies to all sorts of nuts and It Is surprising to see how they are Improved Vrlfd EeIN After cleaning the eels well cut them In pieces two Inches long wash them iiid wipe them dry roll them In wheat lour or rolled cracker and try In hot lard or beef dripping salted They should be browned all over and thor iughl 7 done To Roatore FsIedCeiorg Alum water will restore most faded colors Brush the faded article Thor oughly free from dust cover It with larerot castile soap rinse in clear water then in alum water I fOLEnIlONEfAmSiw hIHI rrtYIItQ r3 WASHINGTON LETTER SREclal Correspondence In point of architecture Washington will soon be one of the most beautiful cities In the world It is not far away now The dream of the great mail for Whom the national capital was named will practically be realized In buildings and bridges now under construction Washington Is spending 50000000 Others which will cost 20000000 are projected The senate and house office buildings will represent an expenditure of 7000000 The eastern front of the capitol is to be extended in marble at a cost of 1 330000 Supreme Court Building A fine building for the supreme court Lcln contemplation The railroads are expending 12000000 on a magnificent union passenger depot Two steel brIdges are to be thrown across the Potomac river and the largest cement bridge In the world will span Rock creek There will be a new war collogo for the army and seV eral Imposing ualvevsltj buildings and extensive improvements are to be- ma at the navy yard and the sol diem home the house and senate office IWhen are completed the plaza east will be nearly surrounded by one of the most magnificent groups of public buildings hi the world When the supreme court building goea up It win probably be without a rival The Capitol Kltcben During the last session of congress Elliott Woods superintendent of the Capitol got from the senate rules committee an appropriation ot17000 with which to go ahead and make of the senate kitchen and restaurant a cleanly and sanitary place He also got from the powers that be In the house permission to spend a tidy sum for the overhauling of the house kitchen and Its enlargement to twice its present sizeTo tali Rats Some Idea of the conditions under which the senate cooks prepared the viands In the past may bG given when It is stated that the senate kitchen was a regular paradise for rats Now It has been decreed that the rats must go To accomplish this a new floor composed of bjoken glass a sprinkling of lime and ovet that four Inches of cement and tiling will be InldNo rat It is calculated could bore tbroUgh the combination The plumbing antI sewerage will also be done over There will be a cold stor age rooni ullt ten feet square and In this alt the perishable supplies for the restaurant will be kept Am Ice Making Plant In connection with the cold storage room an ice plant will be installed with a capacity of two tons This will be the first ice making plant Installed In the capitol and wl11lldthe duty of manufacturing ice to thbx many other activities of the capltol caretakers It will also presage the building of a still larger Ice plant for chilling the air cir culated in the house and sebateXcham hers through ventilating shafts Big six foot ventilating fans will bring fresh air Into the kitchens Au Imp r tant addition will bea bakeshop which fresh bread and pastry may be ecooked every day under government iupervlslon Government Mapmaker A United States geological party un Jer the direction of Charles Hartmann Jr Is now at work completing the surveyor an area of about 220 square miles between Hanover and Wood tack N H undertaken largely through the efforts of Senator Proctor ind Dean Fletcher of Dartmouth col lege At tbe conclusion of that work surveys near Lake Wlnncpesaukee and Squain lake will be taken up This work will not be completed this year The maps will be useful to thos inter sted in forest preservation to Dart mouth college railroads and power companies Surveying Maine A field party In charge of Hersey Munroe is now at work topographic r surveys of portions of Kennebec An Jroscoggln York aid other counties in Maine The party Is now engaged InI mapping an area of about 220 square mlles about Lewlstou and on the completion of this work will take up and finish mapping au area between Auburn and Poland That work ac ompllsbed some preliminary surveys will be made about Frycburg and Hiram including surveys of the roads Elevations will also be ascertained preliminary to the work of mapping this section topographically next yearn Is believed that the maps made as the result of these surveys will bo helpful to tourists to railroad and power Companies to the state In its work of Improving the highways to Mtles and villages as well as to pri rate citizens They will be engraved 3n a scale of one mllo to one Inch nndI will show all differences of elCn lon for every twenty feet of rise above sea level Every road and house will be shown and the shape of every hill out lined Ntlonal Art Gallery Bia decision of 3ustlce Stafford in the district supreme court It has been determined that this country already possesses a national art gallery This lecMon Is Interesting first because no she realized that there was such a thing as a national gallery iu this country and second because It brings to the government and Incidentally to Washington the Harriet Lane John itou art collection which Is Intrinsical valuable very beautiful and will the nucleus round which a realIIY ltiJ111 collection eventually will be built up The pictures have Just been transferred to the custody of the Smithsonian institution and will be placed on exhibition as soon as pos jlble CAKL SGHOFIELD The Cellar A day should be taken to throw out and carry away all dirt rotten wood decayed vegetables and other accumu lations which have gathered In the cel lar Then brush down the cobwebs and with a bucket of lime give the walls and ceiling a good coat ochlte- wash If brush is not at fworn Itbethe bedrooms and It may save the family from many afflictions Washing Silk Stockings Make a lather with lukewarm water Lad good soap Put the stockings in this adding a teaspoonful of vinegar a a gallon of water if they are dell sate colors Let soak ten minutes then beIlot be rubbed Rinse through two lots it clean lukewarm water press as drT is you can pull Into shape and bang b an airy shady place till almost dry then Iron under a cloth t f rr LIST OF FARMS FOR SALE BY McElroy Wharton Real Estate Agents r No 65 170 acre farm located 5 miles from Springfield righton pike good dwelling and barns 50 acres in wateredPNo 60 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 6000 No67 120 acre faim kmiles North of Springfield good5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land40 acres in grass Price 82750 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 and lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 85QOO No 71 230 acre rarm well located and welJ improved lies well and is as good as the best PriceSGO No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwell n house 2 tenant houses good plentyIright on pike and railroad This farm is subject to division 2 good dwelling- sandbarnuine body of timber plenty of tobaeco land Price 35per acre No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield goott dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land4 room house goodbarn room to house six acres of tobaCco fence all good Price 820 per acre No 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and air necessary outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 85000 No 77 210acr farm 150 acres of bottom lland all good land can be cultivated every year good improve ments of every kind 7 room dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house buggy House milk house farm well watered and fenced A firstclass farm onehalf mile from Mackville Kyrigbt On the pike This farm is well improved in every way newS 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 fdr some one to luv a nice home The price is right andterms easy Price 50 f acreffield Ky The improvements on this placeare excellent the dwelling being av twostory brick six rooms halls andxporches llocated in a beautifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass ak are all other outbu lid ings There Is on the farm a good orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of tobacco land andsome timber is well fenced and watered Price tOper acre No 78 80 acre limn located in Marion county good oroom Swelling good barn well fenced sand watered all ties Well and convenit to school and church Price S2500 Noi 79 75acre farm wel located good improvements of everV kind new house and barn all 1iewell close to good school and aU churches Price S3750 82 75 acre farm 2 miles eastf Pplin on Willisburg pike good dwell ing and barn Price S30 per acre 83 100 acres located 2 miles north of Fenwick good dwelling and to bacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 2600 84 96 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield Ky good improvement of every kind Land all lies well new place Price 50per acre t 85 191 acre farm locateS 5 miles north of Springfield Dwellingand barn land all lies well well fenced and watered Price 83o per acre 86 50 acre farm 6 miles of Spring field nice small dwelling good barn land all lies well and mostly in grass Price 3000 87 210 acre farm near Maud Ky Good farm All good land Good Improvement of every kindwell fenced and watered right on the pike Price right and terms easy 88 65 acre farm located 2J nines tOil Springfield Ky right on thd pike Price 2000 j 89 135 acre farm one mlle fiom Springfield Price 4500 90 125 acre 14 miles South of Lou isville Ky nice place well improved sliccll one mile from railroad station 99 160 acre farm located 1J miles From Springfield Ky right on the piker all lies welL Good small hoiise rood barn and place well watered 2T per acre 100 100 acre farm 2J miles from Vtackville good new 6 room dwelling tock and tobacco barn 60x40 well ind cistern good orchard and all lcrescteekb pripgfieldproved dwelling 2 tenant houses 2 l1ikePrlcetiO102 200 acre farm 8 miles from Springfieldl 2t miles from railroad station all good land mostly in fffass 20 acres of creejc bottom good hpuse and barn well at house and one at barn Price 3200 103 140 acre farm good improve nents of every kind both stockr a d tobacco nd barD all in grass 8 acres of bottom land Price 2750 Improvedall KYPerWhen twstrong men come to1 blows evenil theyare wen matched it iis not a pleasing sight but if the man wile gets the worst of iitwillf- loe j DeWitts With Hazel Salve he- will look better and feel better in- short order Be sure you get De Witts Good for everything a salvo byJthe 1j 1 5BIO FACToNIESS In 1895 we built our first factory Today we 1c own and operate 5 large factories and make i more fine shoes than any other House in the West Thrs fact is a guarantee to you that 1 Diamond Brand ShcC are rightjn every way of fine shoesQur supremacy as manufacturers is assutancc that the chipergradcsoff Diamond A Brand slioespcJsscss equal supenority over other f l lines at the same prices j FOR 5 1 alUeC O disolved persons office Kt BRAN- DJllOEMAIERS 1 11OTIIEHTime Flies oj I 4 p1Is an adage Its abig j though from time firstclock to oftheI chasm and whathavri The first cruderthe Itoday almost achropometerS 1 Accurate and I I tock reflects my being expert in selecting a jeve1rystock To i monty buy from ma 8 f Stt James J Graves I1 t I OOOOOO P11 aE m tt IUEADQUARTERS SSchoOlSvpIiesh I S II li N j1 1dOf all kinds Tablets pencils jbooks and othersupplies AuthorizedI4f J Depository of the State Adoption for Jnp books for the public schools + Na m 1tffl= EE E J J 4 + V Vr 4x f WB HAVE TO INVEST rtCLIENTS i IIin S75oooo TO stoQooob 1 good Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturing x r Bank or Trust Company propositions h+ p IWE BUyAJSH3 SELL jl r Euy and sell entire issues of municipal and corporation tbonds and are prepared to fnrrish capital for any merito f riouypropositionP Have money to U aa on 01proposition 3 1 W GILMORE CO I I i IxErLERnIr4DrNaI LOUISVILLE KY f f 20000IN PRIIUM LTHB t = BJQ = KASSMJ = RAbj all ta are of be at de j VI5 old the Inow 8 save J L ft 20000 i1 i INI i iM j rI SEPTEMBERr t1tli T Z2aa 3The biggest and best Fair ever held in the South CteftffcattewC factode all classes of Live and Agricultural Products Kofjtk famous JKMJtery k Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue mid other Information address GEO A INSecy Lexiisgt Ky r NO1ICLF The undersigLed firm haying partnership nowing themsalvesindjebted us requested to make prompt settlement The bopks the firm can found Robertson ulaybrookes Rasp Robertsop Broth9rs fOlIYSKIDnYCUIE Mak K Hi R4 i t WMQND I clock YOUI Clocks Elegant Jewelry 1at C E FOR any FOR IGLUS L r UU ti E2rNGroN Stock = aKILLTHaCOUCH AND CURE THC LUNC8 1- wm Or1 King Nsw Discovery 4 c ONSUMPTION OlGHIaMl 50c1WFrM Price trill I AIJitIIISurest nnd UuickMt Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOVB I 115 orXOKXT JULOK c 7 T F OR JM BURTON RKSIDENT DENTIST tr TEETH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT PAIN Owio HifMt Block up ataJra SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass T r J H LAMPTON DR J C JkiuJDD LAMPTON MUDD iiPiyicians and Snrgeons Offices over Haydons Drugstore f IP1 W F GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank I SPRINGFIELD KY r JVB RoBARDS M W HYATT I RoBARDS HYATT Pljsiclins and Surgeons Office over McElroy Shultz g q J t WJH HOPPER t PHYSICIAN and SURGEON f PHONES i 6ffipe97 fleSJdeQce 71 Office Over Hagans Grocery Dr W W Ray J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 4 qffice over Q W Hagans gro cery opposite Presbyterian church 1Phones Office 175 f Residence 172 JOdIN Y MAYES c FUNERAL uiKECTOR AND LlCENSEn EMBALMER TELEPHONE pAY 19 NIGHT 74 v SPRINGFIELD KY 1 Kairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bards wn J and SpringOeld branch Jail ad No 41 Leayes Louisvillei at 410 pm Bardstown Junction p 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm k arrive at Springfield 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield at 580 am Bardstown 617 am Bards10wn Junction 705 amj arrives at Louisyille 755 amI No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 amvj Bardstown 1115 am k arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm ONo 90 Sundays onlyrLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 amro ld 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junctiob 650 pm Bards town 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm BOs Carriage Shopfj A11 Rinds wood work and up hostering done Grain Cradles oh hand for sale Ii have for sale nowj one newi hand made buggy new hand I made spriug wagon and a good second haudspringwagon 1 r will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash tc W H BOND- Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES 1Baked Daily fc Always good always fresh We have a Baker who is an ar r tist at making good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c l HertliensConfectionerY frc l THE TEXAS WONDER l1 Gnres all Kidney Bladder and lRheumatic troubles slid by 7 filf druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr jEi fft Hall 2926 Olive street fifsiP iou Send for Kentucky testimonials t = J JVC Notice Flb vV Ail persons knowing themsel tVtsiadebted to the fitom of McEl j PJ pros are required to call and I t ftStt1e at once as the firm has1i hiinjgjed hands and all old busi tmust be ceitlcd up ir t MJELHOY BROS J sIiTAR1- uI ll jgIpa i TOWN 2raaWfi ttftS ffr Local Happenings of Interest i The Freshest And Latest 1 1 All About Yourself1Friends L and Acquaintances J IUWQ1JJI New Macaroni just received at yMcElroy hadcrs- L ITry one pound of our 15c loose roast coffee at Campbells Salt rising and cream bread received daily ilagan Bros A large second hand kitchen safe for sale cheaji at Campbells iJqSt received aifull supply of Oriole Cocoanut McElroy Shader A good second hand heating stove for sale cheap at camp bellsfrlE Chase SanboIte coffees are the best McEW y Shader agents Dont fail to eximine our ten cent counter when in town at Campbells See cur nice line of white granite ware arid get prices at Campbells Try our sweet mixed pickes in bulk the finest made McEl roy Shader For cots springs chairs rockers bed room suits and etc Getprices at Campbells Ladies Club Tea is something good Try a package and be convinced McElroy Shader WANTEDTQ buy old gold silver and old fashion cameos Ed M RusselL Fins EI have 250 bushels of first class seed wheat for sale W S Y Goodlettt County Clerk W F Hooker has issued marriage licenses to the following Chas Sparrow and Miss Nora Drury John Stumpp and Miss Sarah E Hay on Miss Willa Knott has pur cbsed ihj3 millinery business she has conducted two years for a Louisville house under the firm name of The Knott Millinery C and has engagea Miss Eddie Shader as assistant for the Fall and Winter iseasons A dispatch ir6m Washington outIqfNovember 16 This is the route that will include Fredericks town The examination for carrier will take place on the 22nd of this month There are quit la number of applicants Bardstownj is cut off from the world as lar as telephone con nection is concerned Owing to a fallingoutbetween the com pany and the town council allof ot the telephones have been txken out and the exchange closed Not communication whatever can be had with the town over thei telephone lines since last Saturday night Mr Byrcn Groake has sold his residence property o n GeorgeTucker given Jan isj 190iW R Janes has sold his farm one mile below towpto J B Rob ertson at 35 per acre The farm contains 135 acres Both of thsesa1es were made through B D Lake the insurance agent i Mr E W Henry representing toe Hasting Industrial Co of Chicago is here for the purpose of forming a company and put ting in a creamery plant at Springfield A creamery at this place would be a good enterprise fob the town and would be of particular benefit to tjie farmers especially those who keep milk cows Mr Henry has a practi cal proposition to offer and he has received encouragement from from the business meii of the town as well as some of the farmers Alex Haydon a negro was Brought here Monday by an nicer from Louisville and turned over to the authorities here to houseffield Fair some one broke into inIa clothes belonging to Mr Keene It ws in the day time and there was no one at home The tlreif also helpec himself to a cold chicken which TOPICS i i I 11 n cooked and set aside Circumstances poin a the theif and he disappeared from the neighborhood He was located in Louisville where he was serving a short term in the wcrk house Upon his release from the work house the prisoner was brought to this place Haydons exam- iningi trial will be held before Judge Litsey today Tlerewasa special session of the Washington County Fiscal Court held Monday The object of the session was to consider some matters pertaining to the bridges of the county Report was received from Engineer Simpson Roberts on the new bridge at Maud It was shown that a fill is necessary to finish tne approach to the bridge and Squire Nimrod Hendren was ape pointed to superintend the work according to the estimates fur nished The sum of 450 was appropriated forthis purpose Bids were received from several bridge companies for building abridge across Long Run creek on the Perryville p ke between Texas and Jensonton The con tract was awarded to the Champion Bridge Cot of Cleveland Ohio The bridge is to be of steel 32feet IbngSyUh a 12 foot driye way atdisTdcost170 Farmers Institute Commissioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland has announced that he will conduct aFarmers Institute in Springfield on Wed nesday and Thursday September 26 and 27 Ion James R Clay brooke vtho was president of the farmers club organized here several years ago has received a letter from the Commissioner urging him to request good at tendance of farmers on the occa sion A number of good speajj ers will talk on subjects pertain jug to the rming interests and the proceedings will be both in t resting and instructive Every farmer iin the county would do well to attend and learn something to his advantage Bootleggers Deputy U S Marshal Ben L Butler came through here Sat urday on his way to Lebanon with three prisoners whom he had arrested at the Bardstown feir on the charge ofI selling whiskey without a government license The prisoners were John B Hardin formerly of this county but now a resident of Nelson William Case of Nel son and Charlie Knott a negro who lives in Bu lilt county The men it sterns had been eji gagad in bootlegging whiskey And were indicted by the last Federal Grand Jury at Louis yule The deputy marsha was on the lookout fur the men for whom he had warrants and ie found them at the Bardstown fair engaged in their favorite pc cupation A gallon and a half of whiskey was found in their pos ssion The men were taken to ebanon to appear before U S Commissioner Boldrlck Picnic at the Burg The Burg citizens have decid ed to give an otiting on the beau tiful banks of the Beech Fork on Saturday September 29th This picnic will be held fora charitable purpose and also to celebrate the victory and defeat of local option in Washing ton and Nelson countie It will give everyone a fine opportunity to shake hands with old fricndstagain and to drown in a cool glass of lemonade all the ups and downs of the recent temperance tight There will be JJ great many attractions such as a fishingpond wheel of for fortune cane rack and a great many other things too numerous to mention The lid will be off for all soft drinks as lemonade roof r i II- ml C d t DIamondsII i C i advanceII5 sure you the finest stones 2- lowest prices and easiest S payments f- d fi M RusselL 9 C C wJJ6J7Q iI 1jQO OOOO KKHDOO 000000000 I JII J 88- I I have a large assortment of handsome Skirts 2n all the new styles and colors on hand for the I Fall and Winter trade IIam offering them at Unusually low prices to reduce my stpck g Mrs Wi iams88 8OCMXXXXic XXXHXXXKX OOOOOrO coco cola etc but the lid will be on tight for everything else that is dangerous A United States Marshal will look after the good order on the grounds Fine music splendid order plenty of shade and a good dinner for 15QO to 2000 visitors It will be the last but the best thing of the summer season Come one Come all The Committee J W Wit lett Abe Shircliff Thos Kid well Sam Nalley Jas Fowler RTF Hayes An Invitation Miss Della Virgin teacher of the Froman School in District 50 and her pupils extend the following invitation to the public in regard to a Graphophone entertainment and t box supper to be held at their school hous on next Friday evening September 14th Weextend to you an invitation hearty To come to our nice boxparty So promptly at eight the fourteenth of September Come all your family every member The room is as large as a banquet hall Theres ample space for one and all The better the day the better the- deed Please come now for your presence ive need For Gash I will from ndw on conduct alt strictly cash business No meat will be sold on credit Please dont ask it I will continue to l keep on hand choice fresh and salted meats Fresh beef pork lamb veall and sausage New stand nexttothe Peoples Deposit Bank G F Carpenter PERSONALJ 4If Mrs JVB RoBards is visiting her parents at Burgiu Mrs AR Shultz was in Lebanon Tuesday t Mr Will Selecmanl spent la t weeK inLouisville Misa Flora Muddjs quite sick With pneumonia Hon T S Mayes was at Lex ton the first of the weekIt Miss Lucy elecman spent Tuesday in Louisville Rev G F Hambleton was in Louisyille Saturday and Sunday 1tlrsJ W Lewis and Miss Josie Lee were In Lebanon Tuesday Mrs MaryHughes of Bloom field is visiting her daughter Mrs W WRay Mr Willard Thompson who has been desperately ill of ty phoid fever is reported a little better Mrs 7i S McElroy jmdMiss Annie McChord spent Wednesday with friends at Lebanon Mrs Woodson Moss is visiting her mother and other relatives at Sullivan Ind c q MrGD Duncan Eis In Cincinnati buying goods for the firm of Cunningham Duncan Co j Messrs RE Foster and Clifford Roberts were in LOll isville Sunday j Misses Mayme Allonand Edna McLaughlin attended the fair at Bard towu Saturday Mrs Nannie Si mms and Miss Eliza Mullican ara at Tatljam this week Misses Nellie Green Jennie McCabe and Eddie Shader at tended the fair at Bardstown last weekI Miss Ellen Wathen lias re turned from Lebanon JunctiOn where she visited her brother Mrs J W Carter and babe of Lexington are visiting her father Mr J S Yankey Mrs Maria Booker daughter atd son left Tuesdpy morning for their home in Little Rock Ark Mr fcnd Mrs Vl Robertson returned from Cincinnati yester day evening Mrs T D Tapp and children spent the latter pa rt of last week with her parents sjit BarJ = town t IiIitI tjgt traveling a long distance jj to haveyour teeth extracted Ii Ii Without Pain or Danger IiI r Ii Ii All work guaranteed Ii Ii LGCRUMEDDS- Bardstown Ky Ii 33333 3j333 333333 3 33 Mrs R F Sutton and babe returned from Newport last Thursday after a month s visit with her parents Mrs Elizabeth fIord returncd from Crab Orchard ru say evening where she spent ther summer Misses Mabel and Myrtle Frica returned from Bardstown Monday where they have been attending the fair Mr Chas Harfison and Miss Annie Harrison of Lebanon are guest of Mrs E S Mayes Jr to day John Shuck McEJroyand Jack McChord left Wednesday toen terschool at Central University Danville Prof Cielland Cunningham left today Columbia SQfor where he will study law and t ach in the University at that place Mr Amanda Foster arid Mrs Li4 Wells spent Saturday and Sunday at Harrodsburg vsiting Mr and Mrs Ly tie Kays Miss Jonnie Craycroft arrived Tuesday evening fiom Chicago and will tike charge of the flu Steal department of ihe Graded School Mr Luther A Burns was in town yesterday lor the first time since his attack of typhoid fever He is on crutches yet butt says that ha is thankful to be alive Miss Lizzie Lee lhas been ap pointed teacher for the Grundy Orphanage and will assume her duties as such next Monday Robert Mayes Lynne Bush Morrie Durrett Frank and Ghas Wells Andrew Yankey left this week for Lexington where they will attend the State College Messrs Arthur McGill Hugh Lea Smith Frank Willett Cliff Roberts Will Russell and Richard Spalding attended the Bardstown fair Saturday MrfitIlH Thurman and two children returned home froth Shelbyville last Thursday where they visited Dr and Mrs II D Rodman r Prof Alex Jenkins of the University of Cincinnati visited at the home of Mi Tom Duncan the first of the week Mrs James Shaunty and children who spent the summer with Mrs Sallie Shaunty at Freder ickslown returned to Hannibal Mo last Thursday Ir Ben Medley returned frpm Owensborp Friday ill with ty phoid fever Also little Ken drick Simms son of Mrs Thos W Simms is illvithtyphoid fever Messrs J R Claybrooke Sr fc1OhordJasa number of others from the towa an4 county went to Louisville yesterday to attend the Bryan reception iM J L Allen he accomida ting station agent will leave this week for an extended trip through Oklahoma indt other points While absent the business of the station will be looked after by Mr R L Cartmill of Glasgow Junction Mrs Ella Montgomery and little Miss Myrtle of Springfield Misses Gertrude Edelen New Hope Hattie Nally Louisville and Allie Spalding Uniontown composed a house party fair week at the hoapitablehome of Mrand Mrs T Jr Nally Woi iiutViev1 Nelson county whih J r II ttttI It Will Soon Be 1 JSCHpoLIMEL Ii I Wlk = We are prepared tto fix your BoyyrGiriup iin ClothJ k ft ing of all Rinds I IIShoesHosieryUnderwearEtc15 J U IGinghamstg U Ribbed Hose att JOc and 20c pairAlso a full line of jttt Shoes Come to see us before buying any of thegt gt above articles We want your trade and will treatt yourIghI 5 04 4 Yu JIjIto The ROBERTSON CLAYBROOKECOI OJ I I IncortoratedIt J It f ttttj r WU tt1- I WW WUlro II Eyes TesteddliI ig Have fitted hundreds j and can fit y JU ofothersiiPrescription on file come and g igg i s high grade goods All the modern kinds and styles of g I lenses Bifocals of every de a scription S 1 ASTIGMATIC C RRECTIONSIj a Specmltits Graduate Optician always1 on hand to make test Satisfac e if tion guaranteed g B M RusselL r m proved to be a very enjoyable affair On Saturday evening the Misses Nally Hattie aDdrr Bogie entertained in honor of it their party in a very deligbtrimltt manner musiq and games being the chetf features of the evening Those present were Miss Mary t Lil BuckmanBardstonMessrs Albert Edeleo New Hope Otlro Heads Hddgen Ville Willie Nally Louisville Albert and Jphn l Willett IPredericksiowp Twy f MclntreIMclnt Ii ard Bla Hord and t Scott Monl gOmery Springfield Public Sale Having1 decided to quit the horse trading business I will at my place boit one mile from Springfield on whatisknown as the W R Booker pike on Saturday September 22 beginning at 2 oclock sell the following property The home place consisting of a good A room dwelling a large stock barn two wells Ii pond a nice orchard and alt necessary outbuildings The place contains about 12 acres of ground ant lies on the pike and known as the Kit Boone property This will make a de sirable llittle home for anyone Live Stock I will also at the same time arid place ojfer for ale the fol lowing desirable stock My fine jack Black Boy known as the George Qocanougher jack which has proven himself to 6e oneof- the best breeders in the county Four good farm mares all in foal two good tjireevrarold horses one finiearold m re1 by Nuncio andi ut of a Blood Chief mare bneXSyear old horse by Fancy 9Swo suckling colts and one suking horse mule colt p esand 1JlgsI Also a buggy and harness a Frazier Break cartcthdharflss- as goo Uas new and a few a ming implements two staClcs of mflletfelOpq bushels of new orn- Termsp4O known on day of sate t SVLVESTI it SMITHS M Can pb lI Auctioneer 1i I Ii IAND I J I PAINT l f tmeii you know m ad 1 L eae uaing oxi clxolut1ppurtPain Th always has cmd always will iV aam isfarition NOUN CITY IIOR HO PAINT hasbeen the higherf grad of Paint on themarket for the art Iwiwi J ears Jheres 1o1b1ng hi ilbu1 Zinc f IleadJAnseed Oil tpent MJ fOr i drier and the neeaamey coloring xnaV eal1rict1yPurt aiiclhillitadM- OUND CITY HORsE SHOE PANIaaT- h1ii1iespodsthltprerviJ1 cruolilM and gives the handjromext fin hthat can be obtainrd Use itfor dttrabihlyfar cconoirry andfor fin appearance f GET IT AT I THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE f 41 F= = VQ O GIIOOG f The first National Ook It tJ SPRINGFIELD KY i6apllal SOqOOOv j 1 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO Sp 9 OFFIGERS BIy Litsex President JohnWLewIflj VidePresident A C McElroy Cashier Iy J3 Cain Assistant Oaphier R E Foster BookKeeper UB Piirdom Asst BookKeeper DIRECTORSfl L LitaeyJ W Lewis W D Clavbfooke TrS Mayes R H Edelen H M Grundy John Pjolin We grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your busi 5 ness respectfully solicited ssr tetas- i OOOO i MARKS GRE Nir4 tt The old Reliable Manufacturers t 5 and Dealersn all Kinds of f i LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES 5 il SASH DOORS BLINDS 1 PS p hanfUeI the celebrated j r IIwe Mixed Cannefll Coal f r Canttbe Betti t jef- ii p We are sole agents for c J t h I t ACME CEMENT PLASTER 4- f itThe Best on Earth Prices Right 1 Office and Yards jJoctor and Railroad o r StreetsSpringfeM Ky r5 5I+ t iy jifyr ef EYERYBODYS BUSINESSI I f 7t 111 i11 V r m l Is Nobodys u iness4 Bitouausinss- l the be3t work iiii f I ml to give the public l I l 111 J rm v te Tinning and Plumbing V M t Lt vv a rr r mth ile3st possible cos GiVE US A C ALi fi l lt-4 B It frJ 4W PRITCHARDtfP J 1 g fi 2 t SPRINGFIELD XY r i j b 7y 4r = elIIIS i gpfroia The Falcon Abi3 oclock Sunday after BOWL lightning struck the ell ru wFdamage The bolt separated one wt following the gutter leading down the corner of tbe pantry the other part coming down a post of the back porch theu following a cellar door and fciielc walk about twelve feet from the house where it entered ofltheground at a hydrant For- Innately the family was in the I front part o ttlie house and all escaped injury Mr and Mrs En Rogers wore in their room npetain and received a slight shock The case of George Wells for malicious cutting was called In Danville last Friday and on account of the absence of impor tnt witnesses for the Common wealth the prisoner waived an examining trial and was held to the pircuit Courtin the sum of 300 bond Welli it will be recalled cut Black Lawrence Sunday a week ago at Aliceton camp meeting Lawrence was table to appear at the trial Saturday morning Chief of Police J A Thompson arrested Allie Pqpe o a warrant from Boyle county charging him with operating a blind tiger on the grounds of the Holiness camp meeting at Aliceton Pope is the negro who has been employs ed for some time past carrying f the mail from the pbstoffice to the trains in this city Deputy Sheriff Harbison came and tookJ Pope to Danville where his trial wu held Monday resulting in aI fine of 100 and cost He is now in jail in that city fellforill pDI W EL Brown the populay pension attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to a penslco the best thing to get is Dr King s i New Life Pills He writes they keep my family in splen did health U Quick cure forJ Headvche Constipation and Biliousness 25c Guaranteed at C J Haydpns drug store Baby Girl is a Giant FNewTork Multiply by three I the love solicitude and care lavished by the averagemotiher on the average babe and Mrsc Ifcidoph Shot well of Staten m3tetialJI1l1dtc means in her household This is becausVBaby Ethel is three tunes larger ttian most bildren of her age So far as is known she is the biggest baby of 13 months in the world Here are some of the babes meaSurements Bust measure 33 inches arm above the elbow and wrist 8 inches thigh meas ure 18 inches around the knea 12 inches at the ankle 6 inches heighti 36 inches weight 71l pounds The child is quite as remsrka ble for baby brightness and good nature as she iis for size Her head feet and hands are well proportioned Mrs Shotwell has also a daughter four years of age and so far as size is con cerned like other children It has been a prodigious effort to rear Etbef No baby shoes canoe found big enough to fit her Three yards of cloth are necessary to make her a dress I and patterns Have tQ be adapted for her Mrs Shotwell says mothers who have had to carry around in their arms heavy babies can appreciate her joyS NDIGESTIONS RECORD fTIM best remedy i can prescribe for your Iii digestion jnadam is Greens August Flower I know of several other physicians trbo pre xribeitnplar1y a Idiegionfi maldpg an awful record M a auue of toddwi deaths It is beat i est ghastlyI pIappu bongllafter tajoyii a hearty Meal and of their dyintf iia JBABV casM before a physician ee ldW called in fTkls sfcoold be a warning to you who tialletwith 2T111 or periOdical attack l II DfI If these unfortunate Vie rate Mdigestion had taken a MBMli do e of Grsa August Flower be fort or after HMST M si1s they would not Jbine IslfaM a ftcy to soch sodden seizures 4 Pio pitvents indigestion by- gooddiebcm Italso regulates upthefIwO iazes 25C ad 75C All druggist t v n r now that she obtained gocart Mrs hotwell was burn in Austria 21 rs ago She was oneof 18 children1aIdf was marrjed at the age of 14 Her husband is an oyste man and was born on Staten Island r SlamiistoIel Because her stomach was so ltbatl Walters of St Clair St Columbus O was literally starvmsr to death She writes My stom ach was so weak from useless drug that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and hot before I was given to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with the l i improveInblete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth 50c Guaranteed by 0 J Haydon druggist J t Stole Three Wajtches Monday J M Hedger who lives near Tathams Well was arrested here and fined 1 for being dru k After the trial he informed Chief Smith that some one bad robbed 1him of three watches The officer at once suspected Harvey Blueskin of the theft and arre ted him He was put through the sweat mg process and acknowledged his gult He had hidden one cf the tlinepieces in the rear of a saloon Blueskin has served two terms in the panitentiary and a third conviction on a rfelony charge would give him a life sentence but he will escape the pen because the stolen property is worth onlYl p JSarrodsburg Berald f v Kentucky FairDat- es3L j 4jJ Lexington Sept 176 days Sebree September 185 days Henderson Sept 25 + 5 days Fatmouth Sept 267 days Pembroke SeptfJ7 3 pays Owensboro October Sro days Mayfield October 34 days Elktbn October 3i days Trouble Alifftd Tho Fortune r l1erseoa dark wOman She Isstout null Imperious You will have trouble with Iter The Victim There I just knew Id have to fire the pobjv Philadelphia Press 1tTime For Dlnniipearlns It was 1010 bythe Cuckoo clock Father said the dr girl used to be a crack football player Iorguess Id better be going rejoined the young jnnn lies rather nearsighted I believe and might mis take me for the ball Houston Post i 3IlKlit Be Worse Husband during the spat Then you admit that you married me for a home t Wife Yes HusbandWell that Isnt so bad I was beginning to think you had mar rled me for spite Detroit Tribune IAn Evidence Of Value T suppose you can remember when a lot of tills land conjd Imve been bought for a song Yes answored Farmer Corntossel uBlt utter seln howmtieh my dauglu tars slngln lessons cbstthat doesnt seem so cheap VnBhlngton Star sot EneoquglnJ I have called saiil the lutro with the unbarberetl lalr4to see If there a racaney In your joke department busyIf time to empty the wtcltkctIinne- apolls Journal Frameit Up My daughter tells Jnc said Yerners father that yu wanted 1189I seeme Thats strnnpeiP stmmmered the rSuth Why she crrtold me you wanted to see mQVrPhIlBdelphJa Press i A Hint ajut persisted tlie rjojected suitor dont you think lt ptjwlblo for you to grow more fond qt mo In time Well replied the Wrtfess girl they do say absence makes Hhe heart grow fonder Bohemian Magazine PoMtlile explanation MyecrJust look sit that loud suit Green has on A nW who will wear ilothes like that mist be deficient In taste i i Gycr I don t knob r Perhaps he Is bard oChearhigHII1t ago N ws t Stol Iiltle Hp5ghoi sighed ftackuoy I wish- I could sell all I writttfl IJWell remarked h0QditorVho had just got on the Hackney I wish y iu wrote all you s4ll Philadelphia rtc3 I A I 1- JriEEmTAB I OONIHEWORLDr f W l Bryan Receives Magnificent Welcome Home From Democratic Hosts East and west and Says Trust Destruction Is Paramount IssueMany New Indictments Against Oil Trust Railroads Bow to New Rate Law Russia Isin Clutchof Terrorism Revolt In Cuba Grows POLITICAL1D- yan Welcomed Home William J Bryan arrived at New York o3 the Prlnzess Irene as lpdr schedule and was greeted in the Iower bay by about 150 Nebraska home folks who received him with tumultu ous cheers Mayor Dahhnau of Omaha expressed the enthusiasm of the moment by throwing a lasso from the tugboat around the shoulders pf Mr Bryan as ho came on board To his neighbors he made a brief speech saying facetiously that this Is the greatest country in the world Xe braska the finest state Lincoln the best city in the statennd Fair Viet his home better than Lincoln After a brief stay he went on board the private yacht pf Edward P Goltra his classmate and was taken to the home ct Lewis Nixou on Staten Island where he conferred with a number of Democratic leaders Net day he came up to tile city Tvhere atre mendous demonstration of persoual land party loyalty awaited him At night he spoke to a great throng of cheering admirers at Madison Square Garden State Dehiocratic governors and parry Waders from all over the country wore present After this he began n trjumplial tour with speeches at New Haverij C nn Jersey City and Newark starting west Sept 3J In his Madisoui Square speech Mr Bryan sounded the keynote of the subsequent addresses Ills first me sago was that of peace saying that If America should take the initiative In offering to submit all disputes to The Hague court many nations would fpl tow suit In keeping with thlsho would not haye our navy used to col lect prIvate debts He thinks we have lost prestige by our experiment In colonialism and is more than ever convinced that we should deal with the Filipinos us we lid with the Cu bans He returned more InrCayoroC direct election of senators charging the senate with being the bulwark of predatory wealth He advocated the income tRtwith renewed zeal Judg ing from Jits workings in other lands The Interests oC capital and labor and of society as a whole demanded tjnat the principle of arbitration Lie applied to industrial disputes The struggle for an eight hour day was Interna tional and would be settlel In favor of the workingman Mr Bryan oxpressl satisfaction fthat unexpected conditions have re moved the eause of Democrat divi sion namely the money question hence Democrats could concentrate In an attack onthe trusts But no prog ress could be expected until corporate gifts to party machines were made unlawful Ho congratulated the presi dent upon the steps taken to enforce antitrust laws thus following the Democratic platform The Democratic motto must be A private monopoly is Indefensible and Intolerable and they must overthrow the monopoly principle He attacked the tariff forprotecttcyi Idea as the source of much political corruption The railroads ultimately must become public property on the theory that public ownership Is neces sary where competition Impossible But he would have local lines owned by the respective states Socialism he hdintytqd presents a consistent theory but one which does not take human nature Into account It would substitute a new or worse disease The best way to down social ism would be to remedy the evils uuder individualism Moran In Massachusetts All the efforts of Chairman Qulncy of the MflHsachusetts Democratic corn mittee to prevail upon District At torney Moran to withdraw from the governorship race orto leave the mat ter to the arbitration of Mr Bryan proved futile Mornn contended that no paudldate opposed his nomination Pennsylvanias Fusion Fight Candidates on the Pennsylvania fu sion ticket composed of Lincoln ito publlcauR and Democrats were form ally nqtlficd of their nomination Aug US atk Plttsburg Lewis Emory Jr tthe head of the ticket as weiras the other candidates pledged themselves to spVific remedies for existing evljs mid called on the public to do away With ma hine politics Hearst Independent First In a recent Interview W R Hearst ahnourtcod definitely hli decision to stand for governor of Now York na the candidate of the Independence icague but IntlmnreTl that If flip Dem ocratlc cQnent ion at Buffalo should choose to indorse him he would not object Jerome declared that If nom mated at Buffalo ho would drive out the present bosses of the Democratic machine F raker and Dick Demur Both of the Republican senators from Ohio have publicly protested against the expected rebuke to be ad julnistcrcd by the state convention for their antiadnilnlstratlon attitude on the rate legislation Senator Dick ex pressed2 his determination to fight 1rOREIGN I IPanAmerican Congress Ends The final session of the panAmeri cnn conference of 1900 at Rio do Janeiro was held Aug 27 theY formal address being made by the Brazilian minister of foreign affairs There was a general exchange of jcongratnlatlons at the successful outcome Dalny a Free Port at Lasty The Japanese government formally opened the port at Dalny Sept 1 to thin r nuuercc of the world VA itl Ii i ITT DO YOU GET UP A JAM1 BACK IWITH Makes Tail Miserable who reads the news to know of the wonderful cures made by Kilmers Swamp Root the great kid neliver and bind der remedy greatmedical nineteenth century discovered after 1ofand bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in propiptiy curiugiame back uric acid catarrh of the Jbladder and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not roe ommended for everything butjf 10U 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 has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this par who have not already tried it may bare a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book tell ing more about SwampRoot and how to findoutifyouhavekidUeY0rbl9ddertr0ble frenerous offer in tins paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer Si Co Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and one dollar size bottles are Dr kidney uo of 5vrapeoL sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember- the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamfon N Y on every bottle Will be levied upon imports asia exports at that point This Iis regarded as fulfilling the promise of the open door No Chine customs office will be es tablished Russian Terrorism Continued A new and terrible of the revolution now going on in Russia was written In blood AUglso when a group of terrorists explode a bomb in the suburban residentof Premier Stoly Pin while an oille al reception was In progress Although M Stolypln was himself only slightly Injured more than a score of his guests were slain and others Injured including hiS five Premier Stolypln eminent chapter year old son and fourteen yearold daugh ter who were dangerously mutilated The walls of the house wCr- ecompletely wrecked and the roof ripped away The as sassins were four In number and were dress ed In the unl form of gendarmes having- approached the house In a carriage as guests It was established that the assassins name was MOrospff a well to do citizen of the province of lllazan Two of the conspirators were killed while others were seriously injured The very next day General Mien commander of the Semenovsky regiment at St Petersburg was assassinated in the park of the Peterhof pal ace As he was promenading with his frfinlly 1 young woman approached on foot and fired four shots at him from a revolver Ills wife seized the woe ans arm and held her until officers came to arrest Mien Is the man who executed the severe measures after the Moscow revolt Another prominent officer General Youllarllarski temporary governor of Warsaw was shot and killed while riding In a cab through the streets to his residence The assassin a young man escaped On the same day an unsuccessful attempt was made to as sassinate General Staid who resem bles Trepoff Several attempts on the life of General Kaulbars were made at Odessa Economy In British Army The general In command of the British army has ordered that officers should use the street cars instead of carriages whenever It is possible with out lowering the dignity of the army In order to save the money of the na Lion Land For Russian Peasants The announcement is made that the czar has determined to distribute im mediately 4000000 acres of his Impe- rIal domain among the poorest of the peasants hoping thus to appease the discontent among this class of hIs pee p1eiIIIThe Czars Personal Appeal III the midst of this reign of terror and nssnsslnatldw Czar Nicholas addressed all officials tot the empire asking them to stand by the government at this crucial moment and to remain at their posts even at the risk of their lives showing no sympathy with those who have forfeited all claims to his Imperial clemency Otherwise there wits no Indication that the government had al tered Its POllY In cousequeuce of the various assassinations and riots At Riga the police discovered a bomb fac tory and killed all of the people found therein Warnings have been sent to all of the prominent officials that their day oC doom is at hand Cuban Rebels Reject Amnesty President Palma announced his pur pose to offer full amnesty to all rebels or rebel sympathizers who should at once lay down their arms and surren der to the existing regime At the same time lie declared he would make no compromise with any others and be jlenied rumors to the effect that he might resign In favor of Vice President Capote On thC other hand General Guerra the rebel commander In Plnar del Rio rejected the proffered amnesty with scorn but said that he would be will ing to arbitrate the Issues with proper ly accredited representatives appointed by President Roosevelt on the basis of a new presidential election In Cuba Guerra was not only maintaining his positions at San Louis and San Juan de Martinez but appeared to be gaining adherents rapidly A number of small engagements were reported but owing to tho censorship exercised by the government nt Havana nothing of a reli able nature reached the press Ther were also clashes between guards and rebel bands In Santa Clara province and reports from many other sections show public sentiment Inclining toward the revolutionists Business enterprises are almost at a standstill and If the disturbance should continue It Is probable that thp commercial Interests would seek American Intervention AnEaperantoCQngreliThe congress In favor of the universal language known as Esperanto was held at Geneva Switzerland Dr Zemenhof of War saw who projected this language by man of a pamphlet lu tirt0 l r pd VMTDa I s tnousnnd delegations representing twenty nations were present Including the United States The pope sent a message of approval to the editor of the Esperantus Review In the last ten years Esperanto has mad great progress LEGALCRIMINAL Oil Trust Numerously indicted The two federal grand juries which had been Investigating harges against the Standard Oil company at Chicago returned ten Indictments including 0428 counts alleging violation of the Elkins law Should the trust be found guilty on all of these counts the total sum of which might be imposed as fines would amount to 125560000 The district attorney said that each of the counts covered u separate of tense being based upon a tank car shipment from the Whiting refineries He said also that the Burlington and Alton had carried oil for the Standard at 0 and 7cents while they published rates at 18 cents 100 to East St Louis Smaller concessions were made on points south and the Lake Shore can celed storage charges But no rail roads were iindicted The federal grand Jury at James town N Y completed its Investiga tion of alleged violations of the rebate law by theoll trust and additional in dictments were returned against the trust as will as the New York Contra and Pennsylvania railroads There were 120 counts In the oil trust IndIc- tment I EXECUTIVE j Kishlneff Orphans to Stay WhOa thirty Kishlneff children who were orphaned by the Kishlneff massacre arrived at New York the Immigra tion officials ruled that they must be sent back An appeal was taken however by the United Hebrew Charities and wealthy Individual Hebrews and the order was rescinded by direction of the president Homes have been provided by people In the west who desire to adopt the children NewArmy Identification Plan Hereafter every man In the military service Of the United States will have his thumb print taken and filed with the records of his enlistment so that there may be no mistake In his identi fication whether dead or alive The Impression of different fingers will also be taken so that the loss of a thumb would not shut off means of Identification This system has been adopted on recommendation of a board appointed by Acting Secretary Alns worth The board found that the chances of finger prints of two persons being alike was one In 04000000000 The system will also be employed for the detection of deserters and to pre vent fraudulent indorsements New Rate Law In Force Under the authority conferred by the new interstate commerce act common ly spoken of as the rate law which went Into effect Aug 28 the entire In terstate commerce of theUnlted States passed at least nominally Into the hands of the recreated Interstate commerce commission The chief features of this law are the prohibition of rebates or any kind of discriminations the abolition of the free pass the power to fix rates when the existing ones are I Martin A Knapp shown to be unjust clothing the commissions orders with the force of law and placing all the burden of appeal on the carrier Heavy pen alties of Imprisonment and fine for violations are pro vIded The commis slon had 50000 copies of the new law print ed together with the Elkins and other trade regulating acts and these have been distributed to business men interested On the same day by concerted action the principal trunk lines posted reduced freight and passenger schedules The provisions as to passes and the transportation of commodities produced by the railroads do not go Into effect until later The membership of the enlarged commis sion Is now as follows Martin A Knapp chairman Judson C Clements of Georgia Charles A Prouty of Ver mont Francis M Cockrell of Missouri Franklin K Lone of California E E Clark of Iowa and James S Harlan of Illinois Thirtyfour railroad men represent ing trunk lines east and west met the commission and made various protests against the applications of the new law but the commission announced that It would give no opinions In advance on hypothetical cases and that If shippers did not obey the law In all respects they would have to take their chances of paying the penalty Philippine Ids Awarded The war department has awarded the entire Issue of Philippine bonds to the amount of 1000000 to FIske Robinson New York at 10528 CHOICE MISCELLANY Mammoth Pepper Tree In the southern port of Santa Bar barn county close up to tile foothills of the Santa Ynez mountains that almost surround the valley of Carpcntcrla there stands a specimen of tile pepper tree that Is Interesting owing to Its massive proportions It adorns the borne of Gideon E Franklin one of citizens The 1treeago giant trunk measures twelve feet In circumference It soon divides Itself Into three well developed bodies which have respectively an Individual girth of four feet eight inches tour feet nine Inches and six feet one Inch or a com blued circumference of fifteen feet six Inches The longest boughs have an almost uniform reach of thirtythree feet giving a nearly circular diameter of sixtysix feet Some fifteen feet of the longest limbs have been cut oft In order to preserve the regularity of Its form The height of the tree is between forty and fifty feet The tree Is supposed to be the largest of Its kind In the state Los Angeles Times Sleep ant the Temper r The popular science of Drs Acland and Bon Lewis who tell us to sleep as long as we can makes more talk than anything else read before the British association and deserves to do so There Is a great deal about It In the papers too cordially written by weary Journalists The Dally Tele graph mentions a well known judge who Is over eighty and looks young as a consequence of always takjng a nap when so disposed and a gallant officer of seventy who Is taken for fifty 5 = rzt in tho dusk WIth the light KkXaa klmn hilt 03 tie Jj ptTida = r1 To Cure a Cold in One Day II rdc Laxative Bromo Quinine TaW P4bbos oM Ifa pelt 12 months This sSgttatnrc JgrotIeIPfalls to cure him This Is suggestive going beyond what was said by the doctors Let us sleep and cultivate good temper Miner Uflinff Automobiles People around here look on the au tomobile as a rich mans lluxury said J L Marker of ChlcaS8at the Plank Inton but out In the new gold camps of Nevada it is a common carrier Be tween Goldfield and outlying camps Bullfrog and Tpnopnh regular automo- bIle lines are doing thework of carrj lug passengers that a few years ago would have been handled by stages Any kind of travel In the sagebrush and alkali of the desert is terrible at any time so that people are willing to pay high for getting around quickly and the fare for a ride of twenty or thirty miles ranges from 10 to 20 But I must say it looked queer to me when I struck that country two months ago to see these big battered machines dozens of them scooting around through a town that had scarcely a building In It that rose to the dignity of a real residence Mil waukeeScntlnel To Measure Molecules An apparatus for measuring the sev enty millionth part pf an inch has been made by Dr P ShaW of Nottingham university England says Tech nical World Magazine It works upon the principle of electric touch and consists of a fine micrometer screw mid six levers The apparatus Is so sensitive and delicate that it is impossible to manipulate It before an audience It Is hung by rubber bands covered with thick felt and must be worked at dead of night when there Is no traffic or factory working The smallest dis tance that this mechanism measures is about the distance between a solid and- a liquid molecule Dr Shaws haven lIon was first made in 1000 but Its great improvement of late has made It the wonder of physicists throughout the world Maixypop In England Malzypbp In London Is the product of the latest American Invasion It IS asserted says What to Eat that the record for such introductions has been broken In this case for It took Just one week to form a company to regis ter the trademark and to lease a build lag In the second week the finished product was being turned out Malzy pop is simply popcorn as we are fa miliar with It In pink and white cakes wrapped In oiled vapor The mime is a concession tothe language of England where corn in known as maize The two Americans who have started maizypop upon Its career first bought the foreign rights for popcorn machin err then arranged to control the ex port of shelled corn from the United States for ten years IA Relltcloua horse For twenty years H B Smiths horse has carried its owner to the Congrega tional church at Monterey Mass on JSundays Mr Smith being Ill recently the animal was turned into a pasture to exercise When the church bells rang the horse cleared the fence in a bbund and trotted to the house at worship It remained patiently In the sheds until the last hymn was sung nnd the worshipers bgan to leave when it trotted buck home at a sedate Sabbath gait Holding on to the Check A Bowdoluhain business man cashed a check a short tluie ago that had been out twelve years without being returned The interest on It If it had been computed would have amounted tti twothirds of the fact value The hoMer of the chock lost per cent of the face of the check In Interest The rnaker of the check willingly cashed it iJthoTigh n heck Is legally outlawed In itx years Kcnnebee Journal So Job FOr Boy An Irishyinu one day went into a barber shop to get shaved After being properly seated and the lather about half applied the barber wad called to an adjoining room where he was detained for some time The barber had in the shop a pet monkey which was continually imitating its master Asnoon as the latter left the room the monkey grabbed the brush and proceeded to finish lathering the Irishmans face After doing this he fook a razor from Its case and it and then turned to the shrive him stroppedJ J Shtop that said Pat tuck the tow In me neck and soap on my face but begorra yer fathers got to shave ineJudges Magazine of Fun F mlulile Idea Lola Young Hugging hiust have anIawful lot of money In bunk Grace What reason have you for thinking he has Lola He showed me a book contain lug nearly a hundred checks that had never been written on Chicago News On thcninlto- Theres plenty of sriurL and goMn this new play ofours sald the first actor Tile acts are short and so are the Intermissions no long waits ntI aU Indeed Sot even for salary quired the other Philadelphia Ledger Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh off the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery represents the natural juices of diges lion as they scist in a healthy tomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive 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medic work elid aIM eosIted t tiwIth5UmbIOCte beitpkyMcMi betf- notbtne thet tile bNJd tr 5DRUN I Hall preloetbe 111ltozeuall UEr Mor n t FREE t HeuraUU It lee are JOdMronWsAiyitto suifferisg with Rbss1S 1 I tired disease writeilo as for a trial bottto of DROPS Mi i st ls yovrsslf 1 tj f DROM cia M said say 1sBfftii of time without acqalrinir a dni habit ittasit lUG tire tree of Mtjam eoealM nHJlIOI IuMT NMPILi-st 54 1LMe Iss4 4 n r1 bath cleAnsea the skin and ri4t the pores jof refuse At bath mikes for bettor fellowship mne citlacaship Not only ahodld the outside of the f body beoieansedjlimt occasional nsa of a laxative or cathartic OPiIU tHfc bawls andjclears the sjrte r of efits 1 matter Best far this are DeWitts Utite Firly Risers Pleaiiiiit llttl pi11tbatdo not gripe or strickesi t SoltfUy the Red ClHI Drug Stort J it 4 IIt