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ES7ABLISIJED I IN 1883 4 4 f I V i c 27 1906 100 PER YEAR NEW XIII NO 39 3 4 I r t i I F I Office over Havdon Barber rjVntal work prices Aq work KYV OUR 1 county seat of Washington County 52 miles south + east of iexin ton 59 mites from i Louisville on Bardstown branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad in k farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone Lines express office flour mills lumberyards Popuadon 1100 population of eokntr 15000 3 iu Congress HonD l fl Smith Hodgenville Ky k in Keutucky Legis ature Hon WD Clay brooke in State Senate Hon Harrv Lancaster Lebanon KY County L CIRCUIT COURT Gircutt Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octo f R L Durham At draey Robt A Noe Clerk VM G Leachman Master Commiss ner COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each month BLLitsey Judge COUNTY COURT County C4rt meets on the fourth Monday in vetch mouth B L Litsey Judge W F Booker County Clerk TB Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer 4 Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson H B Powell Herbert Eddleman j Deputie Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor W T ilitcheli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner j W Bash Supt of Common lcboolHE 0 Springfield CITY COURT ty James R Noe Police Judge t JohntSrace Marshal f w F3rigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT jnotice Courts are held in January April July and Octbber Church j METHODIST CHURCH 4r Rev GW Lyon Pastor Ser vie3pu the Firstatd Third Sundays Iii each month at llja m and 730 p Sunday at 10 am Prayer mjeHntf every Wednesday ajght CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessarj Pastor Ser vices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at StRose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paste Scivi every Sunday CHURCH Rev 1i D Latimer Pastor Preachlne every Sunday at 11 am iL nd at 7 pm Sunday school every unday at 10 am Prayer nice tin every Thursday evening at 7 oclock j BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison WilHi n t rast every Sunday at 11aw and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a mi Prayer meeting at 745 oclock evry Tuesday evemnfir Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No SQ meets first arid third Monday ei ach month 4p Washington R A Chapter No 57 j eets every second Tuesday Springfield Council to52 meets on TvyerY tourthMonday KNIGHTS of THE MACAQEKS Meet is tfcbmorf 1 WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or o fBladder disease that is riott K f the reach of inedi f i raje Take it at once Do- S I S tri having r Sf t ticpr Diabetei There is t gained by delay rite and f100 Bottles RCFVtff VMTITUTCS For sale by RcdCross Pr ig yti r w Ji wy r i ir u + v 1iW fii JW innn1w lriWro firo t1 A Of 4 M the Oldi Ox Tam rail fifty years have passed andyet Amid the cttjlsrnoise and fret With wistful feelings of regret 1 do TJie quief farm iI usedto love Itssunlit fields po sweet to rove t And best of allr the days I drove Its qld oxte m to mill Ah those wfer happy days I ween And fresh green And all the long long space between Seems nothing to my heart Seems nothing now arid fades away And lo a barefoot boy andgay An110rd of all my eyes survey I mount that llumbering cart Oho how royally we go And how the cows look round and low As if to tell usthat they know The secret of our quest Out put alonj the orchard lane And up the hills at last where fain Spite whip and goad my stubborn twain rv Would stop awhile and rest And now perched high on sacks of bran Aridjeeling very much a man Ahd usinesslike heroadl scan Then take my whip and turn homewardand slower then we came But not too slow for still the same t Bright summer ski SWlth joy Above us softly burn YeSJ sjow and sleepilyl we went And yet how careless and ontent Oh would those hours were still unspent Aan this loud restless mart Which grows so wearisome and sad Were dreams itself and I the lad jused to be supremely glad Within that old oxcart Youths Companion tr1HE STATE e JL State Fair for Kentucky as pulled off at Louisville was a success in jjits main features Financial y iit was a big sccess as the gate exceeded the expense The attendance fart ach tlayvras record break ing and certainly ever county m thestat vas well represented In tact ihe crowd was made op of people fromoutm the state With thp exception of the crowd of race track follow ers who wet attracted by the racing feature the Louisville people did not themselves about attpdir g the fair The business men were eyidentiy too busily engaged in attend the fairand the Louisville ladus espedallyi those of the Fo ur Hundred protablv could not endure to be jostled in Such a rough crowd And was certainly jostled Vno at tended the State Fairthis year The rain ancj mud made itdis agreeable ape while the cum modious quarters of Churchill Downs are ordinarly adequate to the crowds they J were not ecjua to the accasion on two or threet of the days The show of live stock was cer tajnly of high ordtr and the the fair deserves credit for ge ting together such a fine collection of horses cattle and other live stock There was one feature of tbe far how ever whch we believe could well be eliminated without resulting in any loss tp the attraction t1 year We understand that this is not to be a permanent feature of the State Fair and was per mitted this year asa concession to the Louis il1eJock vClub as part of the for the use of the grounds The ob ject of a State Fair is to promote the live stock bzeeding interests and to bring together in friendly the best stock Tbe state is well sup pied with race track gambling in the three Or four rade meetings held m Louisville every year Kentucky tbould have perman ent quarters for her stock lair and should eliminate the book bettingi feature Louisville seems to bej the best location on account of its and fpr handling the crowd w T GOAL OPTION TERRITORY rtl county is local option territory insofar fl3 IM the law as tegards the shipping of liquor into the1 county is concerned hef sa loons will be allowed to run and to sell liquor until their licenses run out which will be in some cases almosta year yet but they will be restricted about receiving their supplies from other points t According to several recent de cisions on the point the saloon keepers are not permuted to receive liquor from the railroads or any other common carrier but may go after it and haul it them selves That was the point made sit recently whena was forbidden to Inceit Uq nor by common carrier I I SlaryM ioDeaiii Because3 her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could eat Mrs Mary FL Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0was literalIy starving to death stom ach was so weak irom useless drugs that I4 could not eat andC my nerves so wrecked that IC could not sleep and not before I was given to die was I ind cedtt to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improve meat began at once antI a com Dlete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth 50c Guaranteed by C J Haydori druggist The John H Sparks Shows J V People who have vainly en deavored to extract satisfaction from the big three ring shows JJ will be surprised and delighted at the amount of keen enjoyment to be had in witnessing the one ring given by the splendid array of talent when tie Sparks Shows come to October 4th Every thing will be plainly visible to all oae first class act following with a careful attention to detail that is impossible with the big shows The costumes are elegant and music especially is fine and nothing is omitted that could add to the pleasure and enjoyment of the patrons Once more the audience is brought in touch with the real old clowns and his songs and funny sayings can be heard and This is Sparks logc of facts Notice eYou taxes for 1906 are now due and the penalty will go od Nov iL Under the new law which recently went into effect after november 1st youj taxes can not be paid to me and a tux warrant will be issued against you by tee county clerk and ex ecuted within ten days thereafter making an additional cost to you of 18 per cent Come before Nov 1 and have cost of execution and sale J S Osoourne Sheriff of W 0 WANTED rSchool having new attractive wishes Energetic man or woman to visit towns Gooi salary and expenses paid weekly Some knowledge of music pe erred but not essential JH Moore Plymouth Place Chicago IlL Election Booths blackboards and elecion booths may be used by the State Committee in the State primary It will be necessary tD buy a large number of special booths as the regular booths will be used in the regular election on the same day as the The sub committee in charge of the primary has a sample booth which is oF the folding bed order not being what it seems To all outward it is a blackboard of the usual variety hanging on the wall By releasing some catches the front folds downward and exposes a number of hinged doors and curtains These can be attached so that two booths of the regular size can be xnade A shelf is to be used bythe voter while stamping his ballo while a curtain protects him from the Sight of those outside The sample in the committee head quarters is small but the committee is well pleased with the way it works and probably will adopt it as the official booth ft r the The idea iis to have the booth serve some other purpose when not IIi use as a booth In the country districts the booths could be usdin the schoolhouses during tbewinter sessions instead of being stored away and used once each year Danvile News Tc Breath 1 LUe Its a significant fact that the1 stnoneest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right organs right should tie mans chififest study Like thousand of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams Ohas learned how to do tbis She writs Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cougli of two years and cured me of what my friends thought Q its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by CrJ Haydon druggist Price 50c and lTrial bottle free EJection Officers The followingi officers have been named to serve at the regular election Fr derickstown R L Clements X C R Filliatrau R Judges P S 3arber D Clerk Miles Kelty R Sheriff Mooresville W S Y Goodlet D r W Hays RI Judges Broner Carney R Clerkj J N Hays D Sheriff Willisburg1 Meritt Hungate R Walter Hale D Judges J S Sharp D Clerk T E Wilson H Sheriff North T D Graham D W J Trent R Judges Oscar Colin R Clerk John A Derr D Sheriff Hendren D W Burns D John A Coulter R Judges W L Graham D ClerIc W H Lay R Sheriff Mackville HA Hilton D W W Riley I Judges Jeff Matherly R Clerk W W Hatchett D Sheriff Potsville G W Cocanough D Fleet Coyle R Judges C F TJosley D Clerk George Sparrow R Sheriff Springlield No 8 FT Slmms D W F Grigsby R Judges G C Vhar ton R Clerk F R Neal D Sheriff Springfield No 9 J P Edelen D W J Smith tR Judges W L Mc Clellan D Clerk J F Bishop R Sheriff Springfield No 10 W A Clement Df E a Mayes Sr n Judges C M McChord R Clerk J Y Macs D Sheriff KeUeys ShOl J P Willett D Thomas Duncan R Judges B B Leachman D Clerk JW Walls R Sheriff Brush Grove Robert Thompson D Ts Hajs R Judges C P Dedman R ClerkS1 L Cheatham D Sheriff Notice to farmers Now js the time to begin to use Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy iif you want to keep your hogs free from dis spVe wilt sell you a gallon of this remedy you can use it fpr thirt days and if it does not keep Jour hogs In perfect health during this tinic you need not pay for the medicine isnt this the fairest proposition you ever beard of Costs only 5 cts per month for each hog and the extra gain in flesh caused from hi usemore than pays for the cost ol the remedy C J Hayilon Springfield Ky The Trots Comtnencl Tuesday Oct 2 and continue for two wetUs Every day one or njore of the historic stakes are contested and the races are filled willan the sensational horses from all sections meeting at Lexington for thefirst time this year The entry list is Jhe largest on record and Great Trots will be the best ever known Excursion rates of one fare for the round trip will be in force from all Kentucky points The best horses music and races ever known in will be the attractions Memember the dates Oct 213 and attend No one would buy a sailboat with sails that conld hot Ue reefed There is always that possibility 6f too much wind that makes a cattious mar afroid to go uhproyided The think fag man whose stomach sometirocd goes back on him provides for Ids stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol for dyspepsia Within reach Kodol ojgests what you eat gnd restores the stomach to the condition to properlv perform Its functions Sold by the Red Cross Drug store MOOR SILLE Dea h hoVered around the home of Yocum Bros for several lays arid took therefrom their father Mr Geo Yccum He was in Lis 75th yerr and djed of infirmities of age His remains were interred in the Rock Bridge cemetqry Funeral services were conducted by Rev Sims He died 20 1006 Mr Lewis Reynolds died at the home of hisfather Mr VVm Reynolds Saturday September 22 of Interment in the Camp Ground cemetery We attended the examination for rural carriers at the GradEd School building Saturday September 22 There were 12 applicants examined We were sorry to hear of the death of Burgess Pinkstqn and offer to his wile our sympathy Mrs Jeff Smith spent last Sunday wjtb her daughter Mrs E G Boblitt at who is ill of typhoid fever She iis somewhat better at this writing There is talk of the locall op tion forces oringit g out a can didate against Bob Noe for cir cuit clerk Several of out people took in theSta te Fiiir All have returned to their respective homes If you want fruit trees or ornamental trees send your orders to W 0 Ellis Ky tliis or next week sure as the time for taking fall orders will be up Thprsday There will be preaching at New Hope Baptist church first Sunday in October when a minister will be called Mr Ham Sweeney and family and Mr Dcde Cte ser 6 Illinois are visiting friends and relatives p bis place Miss Nanoye Ellis visited Miss Ora Carney last Sunday Nr Earnest Pile of Maud visited Mrj Gorge Moul last Sundpy Mjss Fairye Lyddane our heilo girl vcsied her parents at Midway last Saturday and Sunday I Mr Owen E lis of Valley Hill visi ed Mr Emerson Barlow at Woodlawn last Sunday Misses Lora and Cassie Yancy of Midway visited Miss Ardia Wall Sunday Mis James Wall arid SOD Tony mid Mrs W O Ellis Visited Mrs Charlie Ruby at Booker last Wednesday ilOwis s This We offer one hundred dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney CoTolcdoO We the undersigned baye known ISJ Cheney for the last IS years and believe him perfectly honorable in ali busincs transactions and finatf cially able to carry out any obligation made by his Marvin j Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 IIalls Catarrh Core is taken intern ally acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the spstem Tcstimcnals sent irepoPrice 7gc per bottle Sold by all drrjrglsts Take Halls Kara tly Pillu for constipation Ahead According to the latest tabula- tionI of the statistics of the department of agriculture consid ering only States having 1000 000 or more acreage ofcorn Lentueky leaas them all with lOOper cent Ohio coming next with 99 and Arkansas third with Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainty know what to take then take Sarsa parilla If you doubt fhert consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine Thl lithe l1nt question your doctor oud uk Are your bo well MRuUrt Je knows that dally acUon of the bowel U abiolutely essential Keep your liver acute and your tobieliu by taking UzaUra dotes of Ayers by J Ayer aoLowell XHAlto mifflufittturar of I HAIl We hay noecret l W publish thB formula of all our tntdlelnei 97 For ten years Kentuckys annual average was 84 exceedeb only by Ohio with an average of 85 Virginia with 87 and Indian Territory with 99 North Carolina Texas Alabama and Tennessee show up with fine averages lor the past ten years in corn and make the seowing that corn is creeping southward in its search for n broader domain and that unless King Cotton looks well to his i sceptre the Southland itself wi 1 wrest It from him arid Rive it over to the plumed a tasseled monarch of the lurrowed field Boyle county win surely ayer age 100 per cent according to her acreage as the crapin this sec tion is the heaviest in years She will the State wonderful in securing the above honors Man Fastt Sixty ID DaDMi Moro than half of mankind over sixty years of age suffat from kidney amid bladder disorders usually enlargement of prostrate gland This Isi both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kiddey Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it cor rectf irregularities and has cured many old men of tbis disease Mr Rodney burnett Tvockport Mo write Isaffered Jwith enlarged prostate gland atd kidney trouble for year and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidnev Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years althoug laju noV 91 years old Sold at the Red Cross Great Success Mack Hughes the Danville horseman has had great success atthefaira this year To his credit he has ninetysix blue ribbcns and quite a number of reds He started out with seven horses and haasuch good luck that fourwere sold The other three were anxiously sought by eager buyers looking for hifh class stock but their o vners re fused to part with them Lady Gray the jvery fine three year old belonged to Mr Cnarles of this county took seventeen blue ribb n anc is considered one of the fines young individuals in the state Mercer King owned by Joe Brown of to k twentytwo blues and ono red anu Leach mans Cheste owned by JJ verly Leachman ofr springf- ield tcok nine blues Mr Hughes is becoming an cxpett as a handler of horses and probably outclassed all other Cent al Kentucky exhibitors in n the fair rings this seispri Danville Herald K Clear Co l1Ic lOn and fflrtt Em Id most cases a sallow blotched complexion and dull heavy eyes are due to poor digestion andau inactive liver Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion ana stiranlatef the liver und bowels and maxes the COrn plevion smooth end clear Orino ate or gripe and is mild aild pleasant to take Refuse subsitute8 Sold by the Red Crois Drup Store Negro Shot 1 I Luid Muir alias Dr Thom as and Harrison Cox last Fri day engaged in an over some personal matters in the rear of a saloon on Main stceet which resulted in Muir shooting Cox twice with 32 Smith Wesson revolver One of the shots took effect in Coxjs left elbow the other in oneof his hips It iis said that Muir claims that Cox was advancing on him with a knife when he fired in self defense It is I not thought that the wounds will prove fatal The parties are colored aud are well known about town The date for has been fixed for the 29th nstKy Standard lIrO Cure a Wi says Sam Kendall of Phjllips burg Kan just cover it over with Bucklens Arnica Salve ond the Salve will do the rest Quickest euro for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at C J Hay don drug store Guaranteed Insure in the Farmers Hetrie Insurance Company of JuSTon City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim p ay in g osses in full ryr rS Lt iiISUBS RI710N I1 10 A YBA i Iii SER1ESYOL SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER Aiftl DR TRUSTY iPRACTICAL DENTIST reasonable guaranteed- SPRINGFIELD DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD Representative Representative Representative Directory berJHThurmanJudge Commonvrealth QUARTERLY Directory SuudaySclioolevery RvWTWL1Cn PKE3BYTIBIAN 10Preacl1ing Fraternal FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE beyond BrighfsDis aDothing JTHE NEWSiLEADER ROUND TALK Il rememerstilr abdbcautifufand aflame1 FAIRTh riptfar appeartpbotbEl DresIence accommodate management 1fea consideration competition specimens- of accessioihty advantages spr1ng11tield Harrodsburg saloonkeeper Shewrites1y performance Springfield anotheraudpresented costlyathe appreciated Taxpayers proposition Kentucky Combination Damocraturprimary appearances primary consumption Lexington Kentuckys Kentucky September consumption SpringfielJ Springffeld Moqresvile firm- WaddkinfCinnan Kentucky Pale Thin- sjervcis itAyers PIl- laAKado CUREI preceding DruggtoreI vVorthinglon Barrodsburg eIalterpatiop Muirs- xaminingtrial Insurance uhl1Ulutitiu ntlU cu J t t f l f PUBLICSALE 4 Ijrit + = Of Blvie6rasstanclT fJ4 J Stock Crop and ftfrmiriQf Implements To close Partnership and windup our business wed M 1 f Wednesday October 10 1906 I On the premises sell to the highest bidder ourentir 6 a 1 stock feed and farming implements FARMo j r Ourfaryn contains 54812 acres and is known as the Glen Anne Stck fJi Farm pr Sharp place and is located on the Valley Hill and Cartvriffht Creek Turnpike road about 1 miles from Springfield Ky 2 miles from Valley Hill jt and lU milgs from Booker both railroad stations The farm will be subdlr vided and first soldih four tracts and thSjh as a whole and awarded to the ff highest bidder ff t Tract No I J v i Contains 13085 acres has 5 acres of cleared MW igroundand about 20 acres of fine timer bala ce m cuhi 0 vation This tract fronts on the Doe Run public rod arid is as good and fertile piece of land as can well be found m the county in the same number of acres It has on it a good new house small stock barn andnew tobacco b rn 96x41s it fet 20 feet to eve and a good ore Tract No2 a t Contains g69 acres and frontson theBookerumPik dt IP j is well wateredand well timbered dlS fre h rich 1111 and has good house and small stock barn Willl mkadesirable home i Tract No 3 1 1 Lies below the railroad contains 183 acres hat good two h story brick residence one good tenant house two food stock barns two extra good tobacco barns all otherDe JJot cessary outbuildings It has about 100 acre of bottom land fronts on fine pikeand isabo t as diirabe a p1c as J can be found anywherett T L Tract No 4 i v Lies above the railroad contains 137 65 acre of frek ij nchlandandhu some timber For this tract there Witt W i reserved right ofwayto Valley Hill pike and it wil Make + avery desirable place v J titort t tit and precipitating clauses Anyone from a distance desiring to Bid oalaadV tptease note thethe time of sale towlt 9 am ij f0rf 1 j y v immediately following tfi land on the following terms tpwit flS and vMier cash over SISsix months time notes negotiable and payable in7baBk p r2 cent interest and ipproved security p HORSES J d vL J EtF- One bay mare Lady Dare 5years old sire Chester Dare ji slendid animal well broken and fine brood mare Pedigreei oii j- city of sale II One3yethold brown mare out Of the Jim Cochranblck m ahd sired by Itlambruio Boy A fine mate well broken One very fine 2year old mare sired by Waco Dare 1st rerI fine bred mare This animal is a beauty t One yearling gelding by Rayview 1st dam Lady Dare lOne yearling gelding by Chestnut Dare und dut of fine tii mare 4fOne yearling gelding by Ben Patch and out 6ftfine lnmre ir One weanling colt by Chestnut Dare i rThese are all fine colts qnd surely very desiable propertyfvi I 10 head of saddle buggy and brood mares of different ags allJ j t1t bred to Jack and containing some extra goO ones Jlir 1tMULS viYW One pair largo work mules 4years old One 2year old broke 4 mule Two weanling mare mule colts j One Jennett and Jack Colt Jennett siredbyj Leo fine Jk- Df Stipes Dawson Chaplin Ky 1st dam Jin by giant JackjGblt T sired by Powell who was bred toy J W Powell Houstonville Ky k C7TTL8 One registered Short Horn Bull Fancy Boy 243177 cay jltuly 13 1904 sired by Wimples Hero 202028 Is dam Wis1i t Rted Rosemary c 10 head high grade 2year ol 1 stetcy SotHforn and Polled Angus 4 head yearling steers Mp e graat rlabove 8 head Aberdeen Angus cows anfttCilves fl Mitt A deen Angus heifers different ages 1 Jersey COW flelt lalettVv J tmilker A l SHEEP ho head extra breeding ewes and 2 g1kHOGS 15 head of stock hogs t t IMR LEmENTSi f One 2horse power Fairbanks Gasoline Enplie and oat 5 DJX feed cutter practically new and in fine condition oC rmick binder One McCormick mower One Thoisaa Hay aElt Two good farm wagons One Ky Disc grain drill ODe Diae i row Two cultivators und many other farm tools abMM gear ri CROPS tt 2000 to 2500 bushels corn 2000 bundle gate 250 bmhehT li- tj t wlieat1 p acres sorghum etc1 4 JT iii4Sfithe property may apply at thsfarairtoGL H y k Spring field Ky r ii f i CLAkN i llAYP 1 APPTDENGSHA1SnSF r j K li t fIF o1 J Tflf NWSLADR t DVEYTtro AY 1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE stL SPRINGFIELD KY DAVISON JrEL te l ei Jrititnes notices 10 cents per onaub3equ6uv insertion tf C h Irkc3ndldaiili1Jutmtt f tkAaertIsIng tici on liberal 4 lJ efl IhltnwHcs nd resolutions of respect k witepcrlliMrl UrXODKOTKIKTS r LMastrates c25- 0r OJtiet Offices ic00 t lrj THURRDATY SEPT 27 1906 i pFor Congress fe are authojized to announce MLUEAVRIN t i of Ohio county as a candidate for 7 4 Congress from the Fourth Ci rcz H lonal district on the Republican ticket Election November 0 1B06 We arejauthprized to announce Robert Noe P as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the iPshiI1Ktoil Circuit Court iiSubject to the action of the Demo cratic party The racial trouble a Atlantr seems at last to have been quell t td and itis not believed ttha there Win be farther rioting A mass meeting of citizens rep resenting the best elements 01 both races rdcped iesolution t lawless1trelief of the victims The tpta j list otdead since last Sturdayj l 4inciuc1s ode white man and eighteen iiegroes t f fTheLouisville Hj raid is res ponsible for the report that itt movement is on foot headed b A W 3 Hald man to defeat C G McCho d for the nomination f i Railroad Commissioner wiill Tommy Drewry Any gang ri P csli4JOwill find it a hard jjb H c Ih people are allowed any soy Lo J R jfutlican Mass Convention At a meeting of the Republi Washiiit Springfield Ky on Sept 24 1900l at 2 oclock P M whull was called for the purpose o mas convention t nominate a Republican Candi date for Clerk of tre tVabing ton Circuit Court to be oted foi at the Kovemher election iDOL the ipllowiug drder was made t i uIt is ordered by the Com mittee that the Rpublicans oJ Washington county Ky shall meet in mass convention on Sept H0 1906 at the Iwur of 1 oclocV 1 PMM at Willisburg Washing ttoncouuty Ky for the urpJse of npminatinira Rcpublicin candidate for Clerk of the Washing ton Circuit Court to be voted to- at the November election lOOt By W F Grigsby Chairman L W Jenkins Sec eteary Farmers Take Notice jjj- Bdurbon Bog ColeraRemedy iis the very best hogremedy iin the world Use it as a preventive andl if it does not keep your hogs healthy and free from diseases you need not pay Ut one cent for the remedy Costs yolv tI only 5 cents per month for each hdg and the extra gain in flesh causcc Ifrom its use will more than pay foi t the InelicineI T J tLJTHaydon Springfield Ky t Forest View c 1 t Hubert MaHingly who went to Gjgilisenlani to school is at home fliaiitArthur Canico who lias been visiting fiierdst and rtlative j Wre andIin Marion county re turned to his home near fcihelby viile last Tues ay As Eirnast palding was re onefhistfuprise took fright and ran oil lgi r 101111Endff i i Wiy 14e paILfalI0 Bryan Lee Smith and SetHHIp ders from here lilt J rVi Sta e FaIt 14E 1 wee r ifW were glad to cjme up with J old fiiend last Monuuy inf almstor Mri14meilave Jtrtco 1nLIa f Get SC OrTS Emulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emuls you know what you want onI man knows yoti ought to thoughlifstc of cod fiver oil are plentiful but dont Imagine you aret getting cod liver oil when you irty1yearstIe sales of Scots Emulsion Why Because It has alwaysIbeen better than any for it i Send fofreO sampJe SGOTT BQiWNE Chemists WD415 Pearl Street New York SCc znd S100 An druigisthI We were glad to come upwith him ard renew our friendship vndiacquaintance Millin Mcore a poqred woman 36 years old died la Saturday nigrt and was buriedjjb St Rote on Tuesday after ihusual services qliievilcefor- vhich a he pak 1frLf Ballard 125 Itt is a great loss to the ycurjg man andwe take tlisI node of expressing our sympa thy for him in his loss That Tom lold Toof and ship old me dat TJnce Mock teepts the bestest peftnms and tanivof anybody Plqase top popptf anti it us some t 11V K BiQF THE VOOfS TtflioOri1ua1 Foley Co Chicago originated loney and Tar as 4i throat and lhng etnedyi and on account of the great nritnird popularity of Foleys Hou y and Tar inaiy ljitatioiisare offer id for the geriuiiie Ask for Foleys loney and Tar and refuse ariy substi tJtc aff iredas iu pther preparation ill ffive the stirtc satisfaction it ie nildly laxative It codtains no opi i iteand ia safest for children nod laHcato persons Holp ly Red Cross DrugStore i Mt Zion Echoes One of the haruesb rcainsofj the season fffll here Suturday ii jterroon Pikes were badly II wished and Hind and fences laroaged f Rev las Willjams of Bnards i vho is visniog relatives in tinsIcommunity filled the pupit here unday in place tf the pastor itv V1S Mawli1Rev l VlaxwelK is In1hei Infirmary at j Lexington for the pu pose of iavlng tht operation yerjorujed Miss Lydii Bishop and two iitces Sue and Mary Williams t Midway were the guests of Mr JL fit jauis arid Itmily undayIMiss Ora Pnk3ton hasreturn id from a vfsit to relativts in bouisville Mr John E sS811or Vat a1 Jall a c mpauiod by his mother pent a few days last wek atI he Russell hbrao Mr and Mrs Milton Nealei of haplin spent Sunday at tbeV lome of Mrs EmrmvNeale Miss Grrajit Hays Returned from Louisville Monday Miss Lyda Williams after a short visit fo her uncle RevI Jas William reurned hcine lust Wrdnesduy MesdamasfWra Eddlemin I9uI spentPueidaylear Bioomtield Mrs J N Pays and Miss fjyuia WilliKnis were ini Bopm field Tue davIMiss Lou SrrjUhers of Chap lnIspent Sunday night andji 111qeoMiss Carrie Neale who hnsl been the summer witv hr a untJ vlis OurrieiRussell of Vatiirsfj dull passed through hereIFriday ChnrSlinflrkJ Vvl Icy Hillj t J l tispaceatteiecTtI s Most every pre from his SEC r ton itipnded tin funeral at W5ilisiuig last wet Ic camelhOnIAturned ihooiev after a weeks to relSiivest in this section visitI TIC Tatum and fumily tended the fair last Meek and vislttd friends in Loui v lle Mrs Joseph Mariner of St Louis visited relatives in this section lust week Mrs Thp Reed who has been quite ill for tfie past two weeks 1is convalescent esdams Slim cott and A Bi Pinkston of Polin visited relatives at this place Friday Mrs Corn visited relaives1 at Hardes ys Sunday Mr M D Reed has retiSrned home after au extended visit to relative sin Louisville Charlie Mat 5n ly and fumily LAirari1sD Reddicks visited reltalivos neat Wililsburg The recent ruins did much damage in this section It rals d the Beech to such an extern tht t all passage was cut off until after the fall irT W Tucker was in our midst last week bu ing stcck- Thomponnud Hamilton of near the Burg purchased sev eialhead of fine ewes in this section Jast weelrIMrs W F Moran suffered a nervous prostration Ihtst week which resulted very st piously Mr W P Moran sold two steers to Mr Wash Tucter of near town for RO 1 Several from this place attend ed the ice cream supper at Chapllin Saturday nightSit is drful how our boys will lide toI geb treated cool ViSiIJtec1 j t Henry Crouch and wifeofnear the Bridge visited relatives in this spction Sunday Miss Imogene GOatley is very iil with typhoid fever Mr EarnestRiIey of Willis burg visitedi relatives in this seiiOn Sutdav and Monday Harry Derringer and wife vi Hed relatives near UoorEsJ vil e Sunday When Brian gets his Govern ment owul hip idea into work ng order Teddy his reform Spelling and Beck ham gets tlEi lid on Kenttickr wdpder who will stir the politics jf Mrs Burgess Pink ton off Polin vis ted her sister MsST Hardin of this place tliij first of the week I Messrs Sol Kays and Bruno Carney assisttd EJu and Ray Pinkston with tneir tobacco Monday and Tuesdty which i in very bad uondi ion owing to the fact that iKne s prevented the 11Vthat Thornliill is inn llouris ing coudltion rlh y ave a tieu- Ozuiary store I guess the1 selrll kinds of birds also Tatham Springs will but in occa ionly and am glad to know t 1wavitt1rne I would nt corebutthats what IJuris eu Iybody who has to bit ceo is in the stine stupe and J Cft rlioreabout Valley Hill Inst week makes Uno fool worth livirg- LiJ c rot ofT on pqlitics Ins week leaving my vJews entnely btliiadi Heres tjdo iheih ju tire There is alot of good I men on both side as he says but they never get eK ced In answering to Hyacinths question Why dont you write v I wih to repeat tile same andt say all o that muiiy othcr cor lO pbndents should prsctice what thy preach i Lilac knows a goid thing when he lee it thflrf r he sanctions ouiIIL et eiadicatQ the wqnn plague If thW coun ty Jwasjist blessnd witlta few more suh aimable cittzrns wljat a glorious country we would have 1Cotrt1r by many from Ins section Son a optimistic parsons have l given the rause of typhoid fever to acertain tCll in tjiis seciionu Now domt it seem sUangethatItttket two hundred case of this dreaJ developMorcet in a Stt many in Washington Irom one i yelU It must have an enormous vein to suppl such a vast terri s jtiry with typhoid germs A iyery unsound piece of theorv iucdeed UNO p i f q4g- r r gErErErEr E J I HEADQUARTERS FOR IS J I e SchoolSuPpli8SIiiiiIiit I I I I t t t I ri Of all kinds tablets pencils copyt2 books r andj other supplies Authorized forbook i Wi Iw j t HHYDONSCORNER DRUGSIsn E r E r ir ir a j AMINISTERS LETTLJII t OF COMMENDATION t FIVE RIO FACTORIES JI have bee trying to get some firm here to put in a of your shoes as we have a hard time getting a good lineIin this town I believe if you will take the matter up can arrange with Messrs Co to handle II Brands II I have no interest in the matter only that Iwant to buy a good shoe once in a while You will remember that I handled ybur shoes when in business in Quanah and know what they are IIREY WALTER G IFFITHt t Silverton Texas oCould the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be more convincingly shown fYou are just as for good shoes as RevGriffith and it is anxiousr r your while to insist that your dealer supply them AsIcyour dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes DIAMOND BRANDS tet4 JIOEMAKiJ weMAKE MORE FME SHOES THIN ANY TIMOCA IN THE WEST PUBLIC SALE Of horses pug iies surrevs etc atBoblitt l Browns Stable op posite the Opera House Bldg Saturday OctO6 1906 Bpblitt Brownhaving bought Mr Turners interest in the- iversj firm of Tumey Bishop and the two stables having been consolidated we find that we stock therefore 1haetoomucl we will offer forsale the following Onablack horse 11 years od safe anywhere one gray mare 8 years old work anywhere one brown horse 8 years 10 hands high will work t any whore one sorrel inare 0 years old line saddle and harness mare safe for women and chidren one bhck horse 12 years hltwlIwork anywhere safe for women or children one roan Lorse 10 tbanps high wjll work anywhere sifd for women or children one bay mare 7 years old will work anywhere safe for women or child red Oie bay horse 0 years old jgootl in sadU uor harness Besides tnese quite a number of oijiers will be offered We also have four bugcies nile steel tire three rubber irs three surreys ote steel tire and two rubber tire One twohorse wagon good as new One pair horse clippers One new two twfhorse d rum in drs wa gon good as new One one horse drummers lg mnewOne set of new two horse drummers wagon harness One set of wagon garii g Also li lot of other harness and soue ofiici Qxtures Sale will beginjtt 1 P M Terms made known diy of sale BoniiiT BKCHVN it BISHOP S MCJampbal Auctioneer Dr Ffuns tfsliininy Iincresiliii Dr ThJtnis Fiinof Dodn boro ftlo who Las practiclsd medicine for 32 years H1d httlts used ever pres criptioi known to the profession for troatnaiit of kjeney and bladder dis eases and says he 1ms jicver found auvtninf so effecliyoi in hot Ii chronic antI acute kidney anti bladder trou ble a Folsys Kidney Cure It stops irregularities and builds up the whole sjstem Soldby the Red Cress Drug- Store MARRIAGE FAILURE lbc sun 2ss1ifatwl the Vtt glowed ed hot lx liluil tliw Waok rout Nicholl IJihu sitt tIeIIIg brtilpl thXt swung Its stwjl tLvoh over tin river Ili tow limtJw iMMtte teninml up Mud duwii their lixhtK HTlii cMiig uh the surface of tlu WHUT IlfjtMK Xkhuj tikil not no tinin of jtlie vhlld lying lit hiH Hrnw A cool brtnsv ilnttiml up illo little Oslo puett Its i yt nudV mnilctl nt 1U father DjuUIy It fOoctU tlaln It nuMtlwl itS hood undiT the cob blurs urMi slept Niohol wits very tired Ills eyes tiig with sloop anti his arm grew numb Xot he sat there lint the sick hili might csttch some stray breeze tic nlndto the MUfTocuting city Poor little kid he whfcpcrcd Hed fmve dkul lir thitjt hole ot u bedroom to tight The sky above the city grew dink nnd across It opqncd a vague fan of reo 11Icd light The river too turned black and oily and the lights no bhgor qulv red In it but lay motionless along the banks a straight fringe glossy as throads of colored silk Still the man sut then with the baby breathing peacefully In his arms After his work WitS done big Xlchof drew a chair put of doors tine tat down to reaif his pffjjqr At this time of day the street 4tu common living room Hundreds pff chlMren swarded and whUotCt1I1l1hlJi g03Ipultthit an audible murmur of thankful ness in Its Avake Sirs Helm came out of the house nd itoptl beside tier husband Is ysur multi inuch sore tonight he Imiulred anxiously us she caught frown of pain on the cians face A day or sj b toro Nlchol hind driven awl through the thumb of his rlglit htnl rJ rovv it w = tied up la a wud- 3f r r itnr rir IINOtiCE firm indebted all persons haying to tus are requested to make prompt settlement The books of the firm can be found at Roberton Uiaybrookes office Resp Robertson Brothers When you have a cold it Is welt be very careful about using anything that will cause constipation Be preparatInedys Laxative Honey and Tar Which sfops the cough and moves the bowles SoUl by the Red Cross Drug Store os roir s lonignt than It ever done It Jumps Ilka n OCJ1i Was pounding a vayi under 4t JJIchol Helm ajiswored for hIS thumb1 was n4ces- 3fl7 to his trade pnd his trade was uceesnary to his own and ten qther lives Tomorrow you mus go to time idol ttor papa Go to ths doctor snarled Klchol javag3y when I cant even put by a sent for coal an winter comIn nearer eyory flay It nlnt here yet laughed the nnoonllyngInif milk Vn you mus so the first Mug tomorrow rTH Soc myself dead first growled Hie man But ho went and she with him wentI The doctor looked at Jhe poor ill pufTml and crimson Tha tiunjj will have to come off Its Just lIke you people to wait until its too lute then conic here anti ex pieet ire Jo cure you You will be teky If you dont your arm Nlchol IJohu strggcred back with aIasp The sorrows of the poor come JMirtly with nothing to soften their an aouncement fjr between them and the fat of life there Is no buffet of gold mil silver to turn the cruelest truth to mercy In a moment his wife was at hls dfie lie shant dp It 1 can cure It Dont let him touch ouJ Send the woman out said thjs doe tor Tlie cDbliler Milk Into achar his rfg bodyihup as a babys r stqrveVVou shant die You slmnt starve f help you broke Inthe wife throw lag her arms about her husband anti drawing his hind down on her breast Poor pupa sic whfitpered stroking his hair with her knotted freckled hands Itll be all right An hour Inter they sdt together In tho old horse cur Ills arm was In a sling nUll n clni Mbitpcd Ibandage took the place of his right hand It was redolent of jodoform and the people moved nway froui them It mndc Clchol him 4 1101 n little sick Her wan very whHeI under hits grUutled lx ard but his lips wore linn She still sobbed flud herj face ww hitched amid swollen from her terns Xow situ then big Nlchol putted her nhoulder There there wife he repeat automatically It ilottt hurt nbw The trp outside the co bJerf shop wore Blink hi their yelkm leaves bn lie pnvCineut Here nnd there among them uttered a yellow moth This was the inwuiing of the caterpillars Iroin the open door came the familiar tap tap of the hummer and lenacross the street one could snVcll tho odor of lenther Hut NIclicl Helm was not there his work wudgMl between his Cliecs and hlH thn needle stabbing unceasingly In anti out Tb his titmice a Avomau bent over the road shoe soles The sun shine floodit tilt little room fusing her fnded heir to bronze and showing tliroush 1hei flying hands A room was lichin1 the shop and one could l c blf Nkol xtandln1 by the stove the baby tucked under ills maimed inn Ill W11 stirring something In a ettle nnd lib fhce was anxious bet sizes pot them itegs III slant ti hit muttered to himself IIwv you etUu on wife lu calJjpd aloud AH Hrftt IIMnuer ready Y she au iweredl dioarlly Hut she thought I rtoiulLrlf hes ml ted that sew as bad is he done ye4teniIIyMuuuseys 1AiIOiiyhen he hail trouble he went to celebrating It now about when Joy came Started ou another celebrating tOUIt and tution hasnt quit yetAthtuta ifi KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS t WITH Dr Kingsni New DiscoveryS F PriceF100IOLDS Free li Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOUB LES prMOlWY BACK = Jw t iit NEW FALLi STYLES NOW READY TO SlfOWteg dJIP t t 11cf Fine ReadyttoWear Fall Cloth ttt I I ready for your inspection You are cordially invited The same cour 2 1teous service whether youcome to Ae f i J look jor buy tt it mI 0I r i JiJ sfJ SUitS 5 to 25 ItIt rW tltlOyercoats 5 tto 20 t r Raincoats lOtO2 Jtv d ETTLINGER r tCLOTHES 0 J t vtV r 1 t Featureofurt l twill make them go l olr i Grundy MclnIire ii1 t ttt tt I ni4 aJni J I i IJIf You Want I J tCc Anything in C Real Estate C C C or C I I Insurance Callon i c i JtI B D LAKE c rCr rrcLL crii Free Trip to LaDisvillei Ar3oeiutiun frrpIbJsedfollowing dates- September 17 to October 13 November 5 to November 17 December3 to December 15 Per furllnr particulars apply to J V BECKMAN- NJManagr Retail Merchants1 As sociation 307 Urban Bldg Louisville Iy W wnY wmwrlii ii- iII Eyes Tested II Have fitted hundreds of others and can fit yju Names and jl 1 Prescriptions on file come aftd g see for yourself Give your S 2 eyesthe attention at the tight S KI scription S ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS i a Specialty Graduate Optician always on haiiil to make test Satisfac thin guaranteed E M Russeiaa- wtct crt 9 MM M MEN WANTED It Somewhere near Sprjugfield to assit us showing and sell ng propei ties No experience if willing to let us- each you the real estate busipess- alaryGO a monbL hnestI man willing to dtvote part of s time to ihis hu infJ tb Operative Land Qo A dus Bdg- Mitfnepp t ills Minn JIf JTrfw J f 1L Oft 1 m 11 S A C j F I rvocL1 dOII F JF It kIILi rL I111 r IS1 i11t FAMOUS 9 11 J11 1 II IIISiimiii G A Ji r IIttIII TWtKC liOI3 WUX I iioiii tov mc I i I1IIII 5WL1V 4t 018AA16vwIPdtIII GMb t + i IL OW UwCkCEIKBHHWS rn JtJ te 11 rc ft 1 t rIf tF l ITS THE BEST OF THEM ALL i i FkiDdL fiin its own Special Trainof Palatial Railways Cas Wilt tXr Jhibit at L ItJijJI0 t b AFTERNOON AND NIGHT rr 1lJjogrammel 1 11 pectible principles for tite entertainruenocf hreiugent rlcpt1T rrEoooo oo stM I I I TimeFIieiIrlj 11- S 8Isan old adage Its a big jump ir f 4 Sthough from the tim of the 1 8 Bridge tjie OAaciiasmamLwhat have first clockjcrude the oneoutI irhealmost a chronometer i Clocks aid I Elegant Jrweiry is what you find thcyear round I f tJmtJll J- iLv W MuSUU11UU11UI1AtWJLIUII James J Gravs i1h 1 f l Lt V I c DR JJI BURTON c RK6IDCNT DENTIST i TEETH EXTRACTED J WITHOUT PAIN1 t OWIQK agm Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY i All Dental Work Strictly A Firstclass DRt J Q MUD h Physician and Surgeon f Offices over Haydons Drugstore t c W FJ GR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW L Office over Peoples Bank t BPRINOFIELD KY IJRbBABDS M W FYATT 1B4 RoBAHDS HYATT I Physicians and Surgeons a Oceover McEIroy Shultz DR J H HOPPER PPHYSICIAN and SURGEON f PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery I Residence 71 fi6I Rca J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over C W Hagans gro cary opposite Presbyterian church Phones Office 175 Residence 172 t k JOJINY MAYS ilERAL uiKtCTOR C HID LICENSED EMBALMER v TELEPHONE DAY519 NIGHT 74po SPRINGFIELD KY Rajroad Schedule Following is tbe time schedule 4 now in effect on the Bardstown f and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 4410pm Bardstown Junctiot 502 pra Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p w- i No 42Leaves Springfield at 630 am BarjJstpwn 617am JBands own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am- a lfg 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 980 am Bar stown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardtown 230 pm I Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm ONo 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am I No 91 Sundays onlyLeavesl Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown unctiOn 650 p m7 Bards town 753 pm arrives at Springfield 25pJ31 Bonds Carriage Renalr SMp- J All kinds wood york andvp 1 ho stering done Grain Cradles on band for sale h L have for sale now one new handmade buggy t new hand q Vjnade spriug wagon and a good second handspring ta o- nCI will work cheaply for the I money All work strictly cash W Fh BOND I Springfield Ky p i iFREsH BREADi REMLS it AND CAKES Saiced Daily f f Always gpod always fresh We 1 Kave a Baker who is an ar list at making good things v Ji Six Loaves of Bread for 25c 14 Hertliens Confectionery t l THE 1EXAS WONDER 14 pures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scd bjl druggists or two months 4 mail for stDrIatlllent by B M Hall 2926 Olive stree StLouiR Sent for Ken uckyI flesimonials icf Notcej i f A11 pfrsohs knowing themsel i A irli indebted t the fiin of McEl ijrpyj Bro are required to call and ftile at once as the firm h a s Hanged hands at d all old busi ptii Icmust be scttcd up z VELROYBROS fOLEYSIlOnYw TAR MfUUnl 1v r Jif fII A w C 1irai mwWitidNJ VWUmwi mwri of Interest is TOWNIocalllappenlnAsI Latest 3 1rl and Acquaintances Yourself Friends TOPICS I t t= AUUU QQQQQQuu toTo The Public Hiijviinff purchased the business ot tie Knott Millinery Company I willbo1tinue it at the sameJ place and qn the ame high bars that has won for it the approval II of the most liberal buyers ofr headwear Itihas been my pleasure to cater to the public while employed as the represen j tative of ibeLquisville house It will be a greater pleasure now to pursue thesarae business for myself to the satisfaction of my former customers and many newones I Vill be prepared to do a limited amount of remodel JOg Thanking you for your former patronage and soliciting- a continuance jf the sathe1I am Respectfully MJj ss i ILLA KNOTT t r New Macaroni just tecejved at McElroy Shaders f Salt rising andf cream bread received dairy i agan Bros j Just receivecl a full supply of Oriole Cocoanut McElny Shader Chase Sanborine coffees are the best Mcelroy Shader ageD sjjj We have stHl got a little cash eft to paYy rllor foul eggs tit Campbells t Try out sweetmixed pi kes in bulk the finest made McMlt roy Shader Our lOc counter is the attrac tion just no wj So many useful arliclis on it at Campbells Ladies GluJTea is something good Try al package and beI convinced McEIroy Shader Why buy 16 pounds brown sugar iorl wh0n we will sell you 18 pounds at Catupbells Mr Theo Campbell has sold n is cottage One Est Main street to Mrs Jennie Earlow for 1000I WANTSpTO buy old itotaJ ilverand old fashion cani o Ed M Russell FOR AUE4lwve 250 bushels of firs class seed wheat for sale W S Y Goodlett t SE Vanarsdales fins graham flour and mealcan be found on sale at McElrpy Shaders grocery I Mr Sylvester Smiths farm wuich was ffeiqd for sale last Saturday was withdrawn ata bid of theo Born to Mr and Mrs Hamil ton Robertson a spn Robert Henry last Thursday at their home in Bardstown IlThe partnership business thitherto cxi ting between Dr JjB Lampton and Dr J C Muddlias been dissolved I have received a full line of school liatsy street hats caps ifancy veis c and invite your inspection Gall and see them- 1URsKnott McElroy Wjiarton the real estate Healers sold tbe Joe A Hardhl fat mon Pleasant RunI containing iop acres at S45 per acre to Ho ward Masters J 0 Sane and Miss Mary Sutton were married at the Method irt parsonage Wednes afternoonSept 19tb by ReviiG W LjonjY i i Mrs Effie We lshas sold her house on Grundy aivenue to C W Stallins for 1700 The salewas negotiajied by D B- Lake the reall estate man j i John C 1t nEimms afitirJ living some time at BlobmQeld bas returned to Springbeld to work for the hew iivery firm of Boblitt Brown Bishfcp We call ttjention to the adv rtiEement of the sale or som horses aLd ther livery slocKl of Bjbli tt 3rown Bishop which U o take plaqe on OctO Mr iSwainj State organJser of the American Society ol Equity addressed the citizens a the court house here last MOn- day explaining the objects ana working of the Society NexL Tuesday will be reg stra i reSidinglli1 requiredIi The finest corn we have seen this year consisted ota dozen ears presented to us by Mr Oscar Walker The ears are 14 arid 15 inches long and very finely developed We expect those twelve ears fcorn to fur nish the winters feed for our horse cow and hundred chick ens Miss Zehna Hardesty daugh ter of Mr Sam aard sty formerly of this county but who has been living at Lebanon for about three ear was married at that place Tuesday to Mr Ad Gibson ofPerry ville The bride has many friends in this county who wiish Her much napI pinessofL The business house on Main street occupied by C W Hagan the grocerjman and owned by Mr Frank Wallof Louisville was sold at public sale on last Monday The building was purchased by Mr T J Graves and the price paid was 2396 Dr J B RoBards won the Speciall trotting race pulled off at Lebanon Tuesday afternoon with his fast roadster Skiddoo Be beat a crack mare brought Nessrs1Dohoney Bards horse although a green horse which he had been driving on the road for severall months has developed phenominal speed S M Campbell reports the public sale of Sylvester Smith on the 22d as being very welt attended and everything sold fairly well 1 sow and 8 small pigs at 25 six stjock shoats at 740 per head five fut shoats at abe ut 6c per pound Reports our county court day as being largely attended many mule colts sOld from I85 to 115 per head Only a few cattle on theC market cattle about 15 per cent belterJthun days ago There willbe a change in the firm of McEIroy Shultz to take effct Jan 1 07Mr McEIroy desiring to retire from business has sold his interest to his partner Mr Shultz McE roy Shulte have been doing business together for about fif teen years and the tirm is a pop ular one and tile business has prospeted as it will nod ubt continue to do under the man agement of Mr Shullz A Farmers Institute is being conducted at the Court House this place by Commissioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland ThereVato attend yesterday although the lectures are both interesing and instructive and entirely free Washington county farmers are standing greatly in their own light when they dont take afl vantage of these opportunities to llearn iimproved methods The lecturers will continue today and and in our next issue vye will en deivpr to give a fuller report An 0vensboro paper gives an account of the annual meeting and reorganization of jthe Davis County Distilling Co at which Mr George E Medley of this place was elected president and Thos A Medley secretary and treasurer Ben Medley succeeds in the p isition of dis iller It is no ff two years since Mr George Medley became interested in the enterprise and tho business has proven exceptionally prosper ous Mr D Merschendorf of Louisville whom Mr Medley succeed as president will stilli remain in the directory of the company r r t r cr r UAwJust a word to the wise Buy your dia- mondsC before the Holiday d advance 3 C C PLACE YOUR ORDER 3 ZZnow for Christmas Iii the Guestsure you stones owestwrices and easiestr paymttits E M Russell C cI JI J4Jr9c 4Si tt7wI II1tw illiwwwHwt iiJl itu Jfli liiYlijj lii IIPATTERN HAT DISPLAY I e FRIDAY AND SATURDAY f 5 and 6 1OCTOBER andvicinity are cordially sPattern Hat on Opening days will be presented with a Gold Hat Pin Mrs Williams E romm qcftf1v rtfI1IuI Il ID mmmm m At a congregational meeting Sunday evening after the regu llar services at the Presbyterian church the resignation of Re- T D Latimer was formally accepted According to the expressed desire of Dr Lati mer the church joined him iin Asking the Transylvania Pres bytery to dissolve his elation ship as pistor of the church and a resolution to that effect was adopted Mr W F Neikirk was appointed delegate by the Session of the Church to Pres bytery and commissioned by the church to present the resolution and acceptance of the resignation of the pastor to which convened PresbyteryIi Houstonville The congregation the Chris tian chuitch met Sunday after noon and unanimously agreed to retain Rev Walden as pastor for the ensuing year and he vas urged to continue his pastoral relationship with the church but withheld his final decispn for further consideration Rev Walden has been pastor of the Christian church two years and has endeared himself to his con gregation and has won an envia ble place in the estimation of the community at large Should he 1 1 Have Your- Measure 0 tit 0 i a Taken IIi 02i 81 Fjr a nice 1all andWintr J g Suit or Overcoat My k tiilor wile her 1 t tISMondayd vD Tuesdayd ii tfl I October 1st and 2d iii- it t I t wth a beautiful line of tfl Samples and will be pro g I pared to take your mcasu e g- gt and guarantee a fit II w5rr LEACHMAH accept the call he will elii family Here and become a resi dent of the town which would be a great advantage to the church and a desirable acquisi tion to the town spiritually and socially Claybrooke Turner The marriage of Miss Annie Claybroolte to Mr J D Jurner uf LexingtOn will be solemnized OctOber 25th Final details of the event have not been fully determined but it will probably occur in Louiaville Miss Cla- yhookeis a daughter of Hon T R Craybrooke Sr and is one of the countys prettiest and most popuar young ladies Mr Turner is connected with the faculty of the State College and the Experiment Station of Lex ington and lis highly esteemed by a Jarge circle in his home county and city For Cash I will from now on conduct strictly cash business No meat xiltbe sold on credit Please dont ask it I will coniinue to keep on hand choice fresh and salted meats Fresh beef pork lamb veal and sausage New stand next to the Peoples Deposit Bank G F Carpenter Moving I have rente the Cunningham building fSiniorly used as aI butcher shop on Main street and will next week move my re pair shop into it I can he found there at all tims prepared to doI harness and shce lepairinfr up1 bolsterirg bicycle repairing and sO forth I aso handle sewing machines and suppliesGEO TAYLOR A good second lan eai g stove for sale cheep at camp balls PERSU AL Mr Lynne Bush is at home from State College nUtsing a sore foot Miss May Mulvry of Lebanon is yisitins relatives here Miss Sarah Simms was in Louisville Wednesday Misses Sue Ray arid Bessie Roberts spent Tuesday in Bards towm Miss Anna Jay Simms is visi ting Miss Jennie Spalding at Bardstown Mr John McChord of Lebanon was in town Monday Will Medley of Danville iis at home for afew davs a Mr and Mrs Phil IfcChord and little son have returned home after a visit to relatives in Lebanon Mr and Mrs JT McCabe foriIf Mr Ben Me J ley is able to be up agasnnfter a spell of typhoid fever Mr Wl E Leachman returned from Michigan Saturday re lieved of hay fever Mrs Leachman remiined in Louisville with relatives for a few da and willbe at he me Saturday Misses Francis Mariiii and feunicG ONan left Monday evening f for Bristol Tenn via Lebanon where they were joined by Miis Moore to attend school Mr VC Rogers of Lebanon was hre couny ourt guy IMiss Bertha Iaydnuls returned from Badsown M DF Logan of Danville was here Monday buying mules Mr Hubert ClaJ bro l e of Scotsboro Ala is visitirg rel atives here Messrs Chas Tumey and F R Neal are attending the Con vention of the Christian Church of Kentucky in session at the First Christian church in Louis yule this veek5as delegates from this church Mrs Minnie Wdlls of Louis viie is visiting at the home of MrC L Price and family and is looking lora location in town to start a dress making establish Dent Joseph Greene of Louisville is visiting his grandparents here Dr Ernest Crume of Fred ickstown was in town MondayrI Messrs Simp and Clifford Roberts and Len A 11e n verb in Bardstown Sunday Mrs Lloyd Hayden and Misses Louise Hay don and Nellie Simms were in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Frank Wallaad children are visitingi relatives here t Miss Flaget Simms left Wed nesday to attend school at rOth Academy NazaI Mr and Mrs Ben Miller of BIl a sl ter of Mrs Noe Miss AVilla Knott spent the latter part of last week in Lou11 isville selecting millinery sfock for the seasons trade Mr J LAlien our clever railroad agent left last Saturday fur a trip through Oklahomaand = r f lr f J i Ar Ii Ii ii IS= Jts Worth J traveling a long distance jf Jt to have your teeth extractedb l 1l1 jjj All work guaranteed i Ji L G CRUME D DSWii IIwiJ3 3 t the great Southwest He re reacningLJuifville railroad man decided that travel by rail was entirely to slow and chartered an airship bywhich he made the balance of his trip At least that is the only way his friends can account for the speed he made r Messrs John W and Homer Wbaynp former Washington county boys bub now living at Ardmore I T visited their uncle Coll R E Whayne at Texas last week Rev T DLatimer returned from South Carolina Fridayi Rev G F Hamilton delivered his lecture on Japan anl her People to a large audience in thb Baptist church at Lebanon Sunday night s Miss Susan Irvine of Lebanon and Mr George Irvine of KnoX- ville Tenn are guests of their sister Miss Bettie Irvine Mrs JV Lewis spent a few days with her daughter Mrs Frederick Manget in Louisville last weekJ Miss1 Margaretf McChord lift last Thursday Tor Louisville where she will attend Mrs SemPles school agait this winter T Mrs C A Green spent a fpw i t ist1rMrsant Run neighborhood Mr and Mrs H S Towler are visiting friends and ielatlve tIJat Henderson Mr and Mrs Frederick Mar getarei guests of their parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Mr and Mrs John Taylor are visiting relatives at Harrods burg I Mrs Emma Cox Groves of Chicago who has been a guqst of Mrs J B Martin has re- turnEd home Mr Isaac Curry is ill at his home with a complication of diseases Miss Mary Leavell whospent the past year with her sister Mrs M C Mayes left Tuesdjiy for New York where she joined her brother Thorntorn Leavell They will sail Saturday tor Panama where Mr Leavell uill engage in business R3V G VT Lyon and Dr iS J S mock attended M E Con frence at Central City this week I1Irdnd Mrs John 0 Brandy MjrsTItheir homc in New York City Mr and Mrs Brandt pronynn ced Kentucky Gods country and Pleasant Grove a corner of ParadiseFOLETMIONETTAR for children 4afe tare No opiates Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vmas Rhubarb Asparagus Smail Fruits etc is now ready oh application We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter I1F UlLlENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky rOooO OOioS- jGood g 8 dgg 8 8UousekeepersI I ILkJAreceMthkeep g ISTheir Pantries Supplied with good groceries And s tbe housekeepers Or r Igw u nuu viwinb UUUU know that we ate ofiiin all kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits 4 Produce Telephone prders promptly filled 8 McElrAs Shader gfg- fO OO XOO OO KXXXQ = SSuk Mi r 4 +44+ WE ARE NOW i tReceiving and opening our large Fall Purchases of J I1DryGoodS DressSSGHoMs- I SS- d J IfiI Silks arid Trimmings Z IWh t you see here you can rely on u being1 c the correct style and worth the money we ask 4- New and Large Assortment lot Outing Cloths Planiettes Dress Ginghams Galte Coths Apron Ginghams Sheetings Bedrickin Table Linens Tjvrels Napkins Crashes Blankete Comforts Gloves Underwear Knit Skirt Fascinators c IHoSlerY We expect to receive our 1 i Cloaksl Suits and RainCoats in a fiw days They are nbw being made for us with orders TO RUSH Dont buy anything in this lino untfl yousee ours1 You will be well paid for waiting iciOur mens OufittingDepartment iis beter thin ever We handle the best brands of CLOTHING and jSaOES to be found We wiirappreciate a call s i iThe RobertsdClaybiOQke CCo INcoRPoRATED t 5L SflLTIMLTR MINTS t Weather conditions for Painting are fin right now no flies to disfigure the freshly painted surfaceno excessive heat to blister Nit By putting your Paint on now you get the greatest return on your Paint investment Vd1heres nothing halfhearted about our recommendation of Mound City J HORSE SHOE PAINT 4 We guarantee it to be absolutely pure we guarantee its wearand we can slow you by houses in town how it looks Its all Strictly Pure Zinc Strictly Pure White Lead Strictly Pure Linseed Oil Turpentine Japan for dryer nd the necessary coloring matter c and theres nothing better to make Paint of Why not use the sure thing and let the other S fellow take chances It might be well lot ll both ofus if you would come in ahd allow us t the favor ofa little Paint talk before you buy GET IT AT rUE RED CRoss DRUG STORE J = sJ OO J IsssIsfl 1 t The first National Bank tz zJJ SPRINGFIELD KYS It Gagilal 30 OOOt fI q Surplus and Undivided Profits 23OOO I i 4 g PFFICERSB L LUse President JohnWLewis VIccPresit-g AC Mcfilroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R E ttFoster BookKeeper IT H Purdom Asst BookKeeper g DIRECTpRB T Litsey J W Lewis W D Olaybrooke TS J 18 Mayes RHEdelen H Ml Grundy John O Polim r Iig We grant every favor consistent with safe banking your bttri 1lf ness respectfully solicited OO OO OO OO sssss Hllrn1wI f i sscc 1 IIIIMARKS GREEN I ITheold Reliable Manufacturers I and Dealers in all Kiids of fV it L LUMBER LATHS SHINGESS SASH DOORS BillSlbs4h We handle the celebrated r r 5 J Mixed Canhel CoalSl CantbBetr r rii We are sole agents for L i ttACME CfiMENT PLASTER A I1If I 0 vBest BaWh Prices 1The on Right IIIIoctorOffice and Yards 1and Railroad Streets Springfield Kg r t I I WE HAVE TO INVEST iiFOR qLIENT Jir- S7pOOOO IIQOOOO in good lectric or SteanigJray Muwftij1 Trust Coiin3sitIons 4 Bank or t JJ f WE BUY AND SELL Buy and sell entire issues oJJf municipal and copora bonds dnd are prepared tot furibish capital for anl aaii risiiroposim gave money to loan pn 11YJA N 1 proposition TT GILMORE COW ICEJLER BUILDING LOUISVILLE RI + 4 P IV 7 I OUd by a Train Gewge OBrjan who live t tf iriiU hU parents Mr and Mrs JeroiiOJ3rjan nvtv Getbsem ane waistrncicby tepn3 renger trin Saturday ight Ii short dwtatKM north of New Hop acd instantly killed OttrjNUi attended ihft punic al Hfe Hope Saturday and stai ted vo walk nome just befoie the the train was uue at ih t place Whether he sat dcwn on the track and r vjents to sleep or a whether he attemptad to step off find fell will perhaps never be kuowo as no one S1Ythe ac- cidentr J The enginfer en tha pagenger train was aware that oiaethlng was wrtnj Lnda Lorettonuuned the engineer of a north bound freight to investi te which he did with the re jlt that tho drad man was found Hew s 1 terliy cut to pieces actl portions of his bod v were stVewn along the track for vtntyive yards The only neans recognizing him were by his watch and cothing QVBryan was about 35 spars old and unmarried He lived with his aged parents and wa tht only son at homa Two of hig brothers are soldiers in the Philippines Another broth- errMr Louis 0 Bryan is wn knowu young business man of New Hope The funeral ser vices were held at the NV Hope Catholic church Sunday afternoon and the remains in terfcd in the congregational EtJterprisetIn these days of rush aqd burr courtesy is often gorgotten In the raul pell incH rush of our life littlt things are done to offend that we rather ramained undone A h lstih ez ten m al and its resultant beada tI Bay cause us social or oanclal loss The vise man or woman Is the ont who relieves lidtle ills cf this sort by o little dose of Kodal for Dyspep sia It di eltswnatou eat and t puta joar stomach back into hpe SoUBy the fled Cross DrugStore i irs IN FEW bINES IX falcon has flown from Tenerlfe to Alidaliisla Tup miles In sixteen hours From ICOO to lOSS Scottish bank lrnpts were compelled to wear a sort of r convict dressy half yellow halt brown f AWlnJthrqp Ma man celebrated his nhiietv1lftb birthday the other day brJleaving 6ff using tobacco In any cformS He ad used It steadily fox eighty ycars The national Baptist convention the largest body of colored Baptists In America has decided to establish it theological l seminary of Its own Italready has a largenmd prosperous pub llshlns house The largest and costliest building 0thus tar end rtaken In New York the City qf Imni nse structures Is the magnificent IOOOOOO Episcopal Ca thedral of St John the Divine now iiclnx erected on Moraiingside heights Aniousr the curiosities of church ar 4 chllecture In America may be men lloned the fact pint In Santa KOsa c OiL Is a church with a Bering capac ity of 200 which is built ntirely of tlmbsr Bawedout of a single redwood tree The big elm tree known as the La layette elm there Lafayette met his t JCew Hampshire soldiers In the Revo- 1utlon has been struck by lightning and destroyed The tree was more than a hundred years old and was 1lauted by a patriotic citizen to mark the spot where the great general re celled his greeting from Granite State ll Pie t There seems to be a panIslamic propaganda movement Moot Miishjr ilosChi of Oudh and Abilul Kadlr Of Lahore who have spout some time In Loullou are now In Constantinople and it Is said they have been Invited ljy Sheik Ui Islam who is the Moslem archbishop of Turkey ttf confer with llilui ou the extension and propagation of Mohammedanism In Asia Relic hunters In New York have whittled up a dozen or more tables In i1hr Madison Square roof garden thInk Mng they have secured pieces of the ta liltsl at which Stanford White sat when illaro Thaw shot him The attendants place a new table on the correct spot nl soon as its predecessor huts been so qhoppad up that It will not longer stand Chairs SIre golngabout as rap JSlyl 1 ifThje last of the estates of the late Gharles Stewart Parnell which have rlicaa tn tlos Jrlih luau v nrts ulnna uio INDIGESTIONS RECORD j The beet remedy I can prescribe for your Ia dlgcstlon1madunls Greens August Flower pllyicitl1s who pre cribe it regularly J dgestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat ing beartfailure in its ghastly harvest YOIiread ia the papers daily of appar Htly healtky and even robust men being indigestiontherdying iii LBYCLiUheIore a physician CMtld be called imi 4fTtu Mould be a warning to yon who Miter with regular Or periodical attacks tMseunrortunatevictiIMi J jMtoll de e of Gns August Flower be jre or alter tbw lstbeould not Avt fatten a prey jk such suddto seizures Aufiut PJower prtTtnts indigestion by 4 regulatel1MUM upirea1 3c aa 7JC n mA Sour j StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh f of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kpdol cures indigestion This new discov digesicombined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach saynaIKoJol cured too and wo are tow using t In milk for baby Kodol DfgestsWbat Ypa Eat Bottles only 100 Size holdfne2M times the trial size which sells for cents Prepared br E O DW1TT CO CHIOAQO Sold bv Red Gross Drug Store rnua ceen oi3pomf or ur toe snlo or 110U8e3 situated ui Ht Stephens Groeu Dublin The JAyoudale house and demesne the hfiufo of Mr rnrnell are now the lroP ltTot thitj govern meat and are used a4i school of for estry by the Irish deintttnont of Agri culture i i King Leopold of Belgium oncoming but of the water aftejr n bath nt Biar ritz chanced to collldp with a man who evidently Okl ijdt lioow tim king Inn bathing stilt 1V1nt do you mean sir he snorted savagely Be more dUeful I would have you to know fhat I am a member pf the Paris city tjqunciU Then I offer a thousand a olojjies replied Leopold at once hui only the kIng of the Belgians Bueiios Ayres has more newspapers in different languages than any other city of its size in thewprld The uum Uer of liapere is alwUt ISO Besides of course the national language with Itwillu divergencies from BpUnteh bore are payers publlsjiod lu Castiliaii In Catalan iu Italian irench German and English lu Basque in Xorweglan antI Ih Danish In Amble Syrian He bruit Servian and la several dialects President Roosevelt hnsun account nttthe Biggs NatloaarbaiSc In Tash Ingtoii The lookkcepershave no end of trouble keeping the presidents bal ance straight bcauic Kb many people who get checks from time president fall to cash them preferring to prcsoiTe the checks as souvenirs So many persons are willing to pay from to 10 for an uneasliwl check signed by the president that hundreds of dollars are saved by him every your Ever since 1JO the skull of Sir Thomas Browne lisa been on show id a museum at Norwich It hIur now been restored to tile vault whence It was taken Sjivanus Urban In tho Gentlemans Maggplue condemns this morbidncBS and thUt of certain people with proposed to ihave Shakespearea skull siuiHariy O bti1uLet such ghoulishly iftcHuejl Irasybodies he says cfflphatlcallyicoaitiie their mitten tonvito the anatomy of Jonathan Wild TTlnstoa ChurchIll who txiumphant ly carried tlnoughthe ptrliameut just adjourned the bill for a constitution for the Transvaal lias been given thin sobriquet of the Blenheim pup and for several reaso One ii pit fact Umut he is a Churchill1Jl descendant of the great Duke of iarhiorougji who numilled the iIrLL2 ot Cia Irouch fit Bieiilicta AuoSier Is time bulldog fashipa ir whIch tfeht his pgjitical battles I Us facqf t i said also to have a bulldog look tHC won his victory fbr Sonth Africtiaantonpray cs tinder iecrotary fat the cooaf03 t position t1mIIlbi i t l bapd astratioticrl never aHows ziUJ mae to IcW her bi jiids htir but herself ind sdie rjica tLi born locks for Pillows Her honi hi Paris h full of ucla plltoira tiiel with clippings Teleaeopee lholl tEn tetl sextants as trolabes nod other hstroijomlc l histru meats ars acattfTpfl all over ilij room among them l11ie riamiuarions wew married thirty years ago Thercforo taking tbc average time of mans growth of hair Ixitwoeii each cutting as three weeks thin trensured accumu lation of over t00 hair cuttings mufit make a goodly piU Ccticr Work VVIth ScpnratorN t While thft ilrtsrKs of the farm sep- mirator ittc fiultc giriterailly uJtder stood dairynftjii ia many instances fail to properly appreciate that it fi In variably nphctble to tiH h own huh vidual con ItWui aud tlaatt to every out 8epawMij cfaaia from nfiik it offers n mfMb of better rndsjHorc at lafctY rCau The advsauges of htj farin sepa rator over ibg gravity erstctn are too iiumevocsip lTera full or esteiidtl enuuieratib l ut thosa of most im iwitince are morn ilerfect separation greater value kf z faa railk tmvlug of time and 1bfc ravfaj cfIca and a jctter ti21tjof bitttor t Americanr Cimitivntok if icru iorekon Tlic modrr Icnrtir6si KtiiiulV six ken hands hiz1u Sud over ATcigijs from 1700 to U 4d pomids nil is white giny or black iu color Ke 1iai In telligent head of a type popnllartb the breed rathtsr Einal cut aed eyct slrort jrlroajjly muscled neck sJrot well laid chouldew anti chest n 11 nip rotund IfcxZy Ktraug back rjbar ters and coaie7hat droojiii3 croiip He usually JIs low down anil bIoeky jn short daan legs devoId of feajkcr has wey shnivtl wn1t1t boor A Il1nd Americah Cultivator ffill Breeding Hrtc I stnlin Oil sheep nej have long considered Un bad prtcJlce to brcctl ewe laniw so ihey wilitlaaib ether tjioy airira at one year Ouvage Tliey tUunlJy disap point their owner And they lose growth In eDuliuCaee The ewe should have her first lumb wha che Is aboyt twojyeai old ttuait time n8tll8lmf of Bhscp Is too bet Iitip3r III keeping up the confiifcpof lead without extra expenset t r t iBvlggvery often WILt sort of children have they i G iggsI crfoct pest In tha world- Toil mmttjgut them Wliat mire thcj like i1Oh fci tbcmiiBrotdc- fyu rjJn bThiaus d QfrQin college iObj yost I Whats aio i9Uft do now fWeB tivlstypu arif mp I think bes JJust ibou decided to loaf around an be one oJ tthese geniuses that nobody t can Tyulerdtaftd Atlanta Cosils am I 5I i PEOPLE OF THE DAY Head of Philippine Government General James P Smith who sue jttKls Henry Cv Ide as govenior ganr meal of time Phlltppfnct his eight ear experience rnlihelslands as sol lier jurist anti adrainjstiyitor of the jlvll gaverumbnt Ho ivent tp the f1ilHppnes with the first epedltion flispatched from this country as colonel f the First California volnnteeis Ifter having faken an active part In Sib campaign both before and after he surrender of ifanlla he wan fiX pqlnted civil governor of the island of Xesrog Here he showed marlreJ executive a lity in managing affairs ind was promoted to be brigadier sea 3tJta V SMITII zral of volunteers Later he was collector of customs at Manila and in 1801 was elevated to the insular au prone bench lie became vice gJov jrnor general of tbe Philippines when Mr ide succeeded Luke E Wright as nend of time civil government Governor General Smith is a native jf California and Is fortyseven yecrs jd He Is a proinhwut Catholic and jecoaipariled William U Tnft to Rome when the litter visited the pope In rc itation to friars llauds iu tim Philip tines Before going to the fluCIsLI Ueuentl Smith was a lawyer of prom Deut In San Fmncisco mud under 211eveiafl4s administration was deputy jollctor of that port lIe is much re t spected by the I fllpiuos and is a 4rm bollever in their future under proper educational and Industrial opI portunltltjs 3 A WiBC Lavrycr Former Senator John SI Thurston of ebraka who was rejirosentlug the defonaeJu a recent tripl In one of the local courts aroc the other day to reply to the argument qf conuscl for the government oa a point of law In deliberate and Impressive manner the presentatiOnfolaunched bib counter attack however he was Interrupted by the presiding Justice who said that he was about to decldethe queslioii in favor of Senator Thurston In that case remarked Mr Thurstou resuming his scat at once 1 will make no pcech to the court for fear of changing your hon ors opinion TVatspn of Indians Congrojssiiiau Junes R Watcon of the SlxUi Indiana district who recently nas the recipient of a letter from President Roosevelt that regarded is the opening gun of the ecHigro Blona tmpalgn is nerving his fifth tertu in Ute national hois of rppresataUyc Vfr Watson heart the distinction o being tho maui who first defeated Watcli Dog of the Treasury I1oln 11 lI 1uvLrsoNwho for years was time great objector lu the lrwer hoti e of congress Since fclr Wat an sweoeeJio the post of party whip liIa work iris been Vut out far lite but the ojiliikM Is general that lie hit maue good in that arduous poiltlan lIe is taUuf me4lum btftW- wIUi snooth face awl clear cut fee tUtu InJlcatlu intcJHgeuce and eptlon lIe hi n line vol tvudy lUttnreIromehatilr Vtutaon a lawyer I A Ilcvolctlouary Itell Sau Ator Buitl of fltll orii1nonce conversing with a Jwuit lrotber at tile Georgetown university when he told this story illustratIve of the flue hunter ofArchWideoft Ilyan of Pliiledplphla The arcliliiuhop Itatl ivbukcd priest or rcarin a most ilI ceputHDle look fpZ batt Ivroukl not give tW 1mt for twenty new ones said ttlie j rieut It belonged to my father who roll In the rising of 4S Ah WM ArchbtalMH Irans retort- fellIJ te on ICTIdim tlutIlU UgiRaIMIII- t Aftiir an tihilwnitu spe h describing yonr nnihtuitl power of menn rifiin ask yonrqjaiiimbl l frieiHlH for the privilege of trying your pawera on hem Tell t ietnto fiectn c rttln playing card out of a puck labia it anil then call you in Ask theci all tbothjnking chant It whilc you go nrtt11d the ehekii esing your liamls Mll trtIu oneK toniplos anti brow In tuna Unknown to them there mtiat be otto of the compuuy who is Iuartullgcd13yst praxlag his baek tteeth tightly togcthor cuuseIth6 muscle of4ils temples to contract 30 that you an plainly feel it un ilcr the prossure of your fingers Lot tfitc contraction indicate hearts two diamonds jiree spiulQfl four clubs Thou a jmugo thou one two or three ftC to corrqond wlththe number of pots on the curd or tt iaIUtscard four quiLt c nfractlotlsjr tEriQ king three tot the queen and two lpr the knave T Cregklng Shee Do your shoes creak If they do you are a sort of nuisance to every body near whom you walk to say nothing of the rasping effect on your own nerves Of course you would like in abate the nuIsance nntl the PllltOl Is going to help you by making n sug gestion The creaking is sometlmes caused by the rubbing together of the two pieces of leather that form the sole In a case of that kiiuItIs said that the creak may be stopped by driv lug a wooden peg through the middle of the sole thus holding the two pieces of leather firm so that they cannot nib aga ust each other Another rem edy Is to1 soak the sole In oiL A differ eat kind vpf creak but one equally un pleasant Is caused by the rubbing gether of tie two pieces of leather that form the counter of the shoe This the shoemaker will remedy by qpening tho seam of the upper and putting In a little French chalk f Haw One Cent Paid Seven Three messengers in one of the ChI igo telegraph offices were in iJeltf to each other as follows Boo owed Harry 5 cents Harry owed Ned 2 cents mind Ned owed Bob 2 cents One day Bob who hail received a rather generous Up decided to reduce His indebtedness so he paid Hairy 1 cent on accounr This made Harry feel that he ought to pay part of what he oelIs3he gave Xed 1 cut oil account lenll1a bal ance of 1 cent still against him Then XeJ following the example thus set paid Bob Cyut leaving a balance of 1 cent Bob now having his cent back again paid It to Hurry who mime diately pAM Ned In full Nod then squared his account with Bob and Bob squared his with Harry Thus one little cent paid off a total debt of l cents Did of them lose by the transaction Chicago News Au experiment With platinum Cut out a star or any other desired figure from a piece of platinum and fasten a lilt of platinum wire to It Suspend it in a wineglass by attaching the wire to a llllUlaili across the glass Now pour soiiib alcohol Into the glass until It reaches to within a quarter of anInph of the star Thou sot tire to tile alcohol and when tlwstar Is red hot smother tile flame by putting a curl over tile top of the glees When the flame is out take off the earth and let time air in nil till atar will ryimiin red hdt until the alcohol is all consumed Darken the room as soon tis the llame in the glass has been extinguished and the effect Is very pretty Town Ix yer r A girl stands in the middle of a cir cle of payersi end says the following tines altering the names to suit those present There Is a girl of our town- She often wear a flowered gown- Tommy loves her Highland day Ayd Richard wHen lie may And Johnny when he can I think Sam will be the man Site points to each one as she names jini and at the last line the one se lected Immediately runs away If the Slrl catches blur he pays a forfeit or else thcgame Is begun again with the aor In Ihe Middle A City floy QueNtion Raymond inim lltIe hwy who lives In he city and his seaa very little of the ountr One lay he wont on a visit to hut grandpas Cl lWhlJe out in Insturc Ta stwtlw eoiia cheug heir cuds Not knowing what It meant he rau to hi grandpa saying Gritudpn tla you have to buj giant forrJI thee cowsV mute CrondhIe rhe ruomant that a young crocodile break tits rlfell it ia to all Intents aud t urixso3 Its aelJre as It Is at atiy time durfng its life it will make straight for tiro water oven if it be out of sight and a gowl duttanee off and JtwlU pursue its prey vlthToiigeriiess and agility during die first hour of its free existence The Middle IJoy Im only just tia mWdla boy JDfancysI bath was his before f Hut Im so hard on etry thing 1IThat What my raIpDY Hght from Ute shofHj they have to bring Xewcfotneg for Itkhard Gray relaucy rlways says Why Jim I wouldnt care MM Ml Ycnd thtni theyd tw Jut fun fiu him Okltrtotbe that dont qulttt tJut fatter talk dtlTreiU wy zot r mt aie wss a tnMHir ly kVtl nur tou hurry up and jsroj Youths Companion A I aniiiUM TeiinlN 1layer Aiiiorkn zmitr t woman founts playw ifU Mny Salt jh of PaXlulena Cal is houie Inthlj couNtry fromEiig latwl aft r a yalta attempt to uiptfuliy defwul tIlt tlik as html Ion of lLtt stIJox England OUa Sutton was Ucfuatud In the chalienga roond by Miss D K Douglass ti 1iFS Suttou returned to play in sev eral tournaments In the east and mid tile west Miss Sutton did not seem to eeldis cpuragod over her lost championship abroad Although I was defeated filiac said there are several rens why the defeat dods not worry on8I One Is that I played against n wonderfully fast opponent and another Is that my mvii play was far below my usual average The Tfctr National Ebvllnar Eod- Sueccamfel steps which have been taken to orimlEC a new bowling aaso elation in the cast are likely to rcielve every encouragement from western Lowlors wap are conservative enough to say that successful tournament Ini the east next winter will help the sport generally and lu a letter just received from one of the most prominent bowl ers iu St Louis he says that entries nrl be recely d from manyJJ lion st t 1 WMM at Wen B lei Are M h toiUe by Key ud Blatter Tmkbr l Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty IIYl Or and cheerful4 ness soon disappear when the kidneys are niItA = out of order or dis easedKidney trouble has become so prevalent J that it is not unicorn J mon for a child tp be = born afflicted with cak kidneys If the child urinates toooflen if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able tp control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting dependupon it thecauseofthediffi cull is kidney trouble and the first stepshould be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder mud not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both tuned the same great remedy The mild and time immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold jby druggists in fifty fCK cent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle bv mail free also a none of SwampBoot pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton XY be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y ou every bottle Imis win uea surprise to atu bowlers as the American Bowling con- gross the parent body of national or- ganizationsI has scheduled Its annual tournament for St Louis next Feb mary He also says that If the new eastern organization meets them halt rmrivecouragemcnt- As the writer of this letter evidently speaks by the card his letter Is In teresting He says We of the west are pleased to hear that eastern bowlers have started something and more so that yo have been successful Jn petting live ones to handle the affairs of time new organization and wo sin cerely hope they will llegislate for the good of the game rather than to renew a sectional fight which cannot do oth erwlse than Injure bowling As a for met official of the American Bowling congress and as one still loyal to Unit organization I say with others that this country Is large enough and that there are enough good bowlers anxious to meet in competition to make two or three annual tournaments a big sue tess Jor the MnitrcsB rIte dally turning over la not the only accessary attention for the proper treat went of a mattress This operation it self is liable to strain the ticking pull the stuffing out of shape In nUdI of timcTo avoid this handles may sewn to the sides so that the unyielding surface of the mattress itself need not be grasped These can be mttde from webbing or a crosspiece of ticking tind sewn as firmly as possible to the IAn sides llntidr Coolilatf Pan Illinois man recently patented a love cooking utensil which can be jsed for frying baking or roasting In hc Illustration it is shownmectangular- fl form which preferable but not ibsolutcly necessary handles being jlaced at the sites When used for rying or roasting a drip tray con ilstliig of a framework covered by a screen Is Introduced bails being nt acheJ to the ends by which It can be IftcJ with jIts contents out of an The novelty Is in the theI whIch has flanges on all sides These laugca cooperate withthe top of the au formin a liquid proof Joint wl1enI losed F3 that If time contents of an tihould splash about in handling hey cannot escape Stop pieces nor mally Jjold the cover In nil inclined joaltlou so that utter a batch of cakes w any Kiuiiar articles are fried crease tlia tray can be lifted and set n the eovar While the cakes are Iralnlng In tills position another tray man be inserted nnd when the pan it recharged the hatch Just cooked will e drained Kumclcutly lo be set aside in extension on the cover sotrca as n julde for the drippings Household Hint Before scalding milk rinse out the kcepthein blowing out a candle hold It aloft ind blow upward Tills will prevent the scattering of the grease Warm water should be used with mast while with tlie cream of tartar tad soda it would hasten the escape of Uie gas and cold liquids only are al owable I Sachet For LInen Cloiet Dainty little sachet bugs for the linen closet or bureau drawer can be quickly made by tithing a Japanese napkin or any crinkly paper wrapping It round a small roll of batting permeated with sweel basil lavender orris root or any scent desired then tying It up at the ends with ribbon leaving the fluffy ends sticking out Manure Aid to Pratt Trees A Pennsylvania states that he has never used commercial fertilizers in an apple orchard If the ground tis too poor to produce apples nothing llsbet tertlmn barnyard manure which an swers every purpose for a mulch or for enriching the ground In planting an apple orihard time ground should be farmed every year for about ten years growing such crops as potatoes truck etc so that the ground rlll get lam nure as often as the crops will It and that will be sufficient requireI growth of the apple trees and fruit After that tine the llaud may be seeded down and occasionally tinned and mntIulM Mitviently to keep the laud is tiioc6nUiViow j = REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1BY McELROY WHARTON SPRINGFIELDKY t 51miles51 good dwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Puce 6000INo 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 6000Imiles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 locatedIright on pike well fenced and Well improved Price 35 per acre No69 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 5000 INo 71 230 acre farm welllocated and well improved lies well and is as good as thebest Price 60 210 acre farm well located INo72 and lies well and mostly in on tjhe pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good plentyofI Price 50 per a re- No 73 385 acre farm well located right on pike and railroad This farm is ubject to division 2 good dwellings and barn fine body of timber plenty of tobaecoland Price 35 per acre No 71160 acre farm 6 milesnQrth of Springfield good dwciling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25t No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six goodPriceNo 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necesaiy 80 75acre farm located at Mack yule first class new improvements of every kind all good land all lies well and mostly in grass Price 50 dwellingbarnsgood tenant house place well fenced and watered Price 35 95 210 acrefarm 150 acres in grass 50 acres tobacco land 20 acres newI81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on tIre pike good dwell inn and barn place In good state of cultivation Price 2500 97 50 acre farm 3 miles rimSpringfield good small house and outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000SJ a ca boxes t anil Charcoal For Hogs should b allowed free Access to a mixture of charcoal and salt more especially so from the time they are started orsrc2i antI right through the feedlnt pfirod until theyare mar lctd Tills Ira matter that recOm nionded so uiaeh that Its great imporj tanco M jomctlmes not believed In by farmers This nilztnre seems to satis fy n craving that tIs Incidental to corn ration Above nIl dont be afraid to give tilt hoamt Htflosaltt Scrub Stallion Vrto many scrub horses are raised Tilt long talked of colt crop that was to Hood the falls to materialize Tor several tea8oBa past this colt Crop has hrxi threatened but tth prognostl 4tors aro unable to make good It nil the horjes now SQPkhig market wore what buyers required tilt Crop wonlil lie wo3jtli far more money The evil agent Is the scrub stallion and he ou ht to bn retired of Vail Utter An oM saying that properly applies to tt iiawIugof live stock Is JVell be jin U hill f done So It Is Imp tll1t lhtt tall Itepi be well nourished from tlr Imtmuiig As loiig as the weather atumitl4 flue allow the s wn run on pistvrc with her young This will keep the pfga la soxl condition und there wtll It no Uaug h from thumps which plvca when they are Kept t ill Eat Wcuty will consume more for Its Il1 cow and It should It hns to raise a crop of wool a crop of luahs and provide for Itself at tho- ftme time Dont compel It to cedI lit of ticks also If you rise wiougb much lessoI nation arid Cow Tljc dairy ration should be palatable It should he ifutritlous It should be illgetMc abundant and as Inexpeuslve as possible after the other essentials are secured But we should never lose sight of the fact lmatumo ration Is ever good cnougli or cheap enoygh to coaX a proflt out of a worthless j season lliat Is to food hogs of different rC toll for this Is obvious Sheep on the Farm A woods iDt ner the home or mall well fenced jiastnre Inslglit ot the house Ideal place for Launch of farnf sheop Here thfey stay until allowed to forage upon some patch t r stray stack Here they will give rich Vnter the Fowl Always have plenty of goojl watej for the poultry Fowiif suffer more for the want otwater than oaJtong time without either andUT si Z t j Ir INQ 77 J210 Acre farm 150 acres of bottom land all good land can be meathouse buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A firs class farm onehaf mile from Miickville Ky right on the pike This farm Is well improved in every w iy new 8 room dwelling house two tenant hOuses good stock and tobacco jbarns cribs etc This farm nearly all11ies well and is 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