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Al II VA ES7ABLISHED s IN 1883 t 1 t J- NEW SERIES VOL XIII NO 40 COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 41906 7C I oo PER IYEAR t mR l F TRUSTY 4 PRACTICALI I DENTISTOffice Denial work atraasonable prices 11 work guaranteed 1 SPRINGFIELD KY I UUH UIKfcUTUKY r SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south- V t east of MJxinRton 59 miles from V X Louisville on Bardstovrn branch oi- HI buisville and Nashville railroad in U Viarmlnff and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yards Population 1100 population of county 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D t V S Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Keutucr Legis ature Hon W DWClaybrboke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Kv v County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth i Monday in February May and Octo t bc IHThurman Tndgefijjj LI DUrham Commonwealth At vocfley B6bt AiiToe ClerK rrcM G JVeachman1 Master Commiss Suerj t QUARTERLcY COURT V u QuarterlyCourt is held on the third Monday an each month IB It Litsey Judge f COURTCOUNTYf4 County Cturt meets on the fourth ifopdayln e4ch mouth BL Litsey Judge WF looker County Clerk TSMaye9 County Attorney George Catldtt Jailer5 Sidney Osbourne Sheriff to Sam Anderson H B Powell- HerbertEddleman t Deputies Ed Masters of James F Moore County Surveyor i c 4T P 6 Bryan Assessor Hi 1W T Mitchell DeputyV Robert Noe Treasurer J yL Montgomery Coroner ItW Bush Supt of Common Ichooli P 0 Springfield CITY COURT James R Noe Police JUdgetJohn Grace Marshal WF Grigsby City Attorney 1 tt JUSTICE COURT Jhetice Courts are held in January April July and October Church Directory t 4 METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sundays IIIn each month at Jla maud 730 p m SundaySchool very Sunday atlO am Prayer inseHng every Wednesday aighti CATHOLIC CHURCHI Rev P F HetmessaTV Pastor Services very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rose same hours H CHRISTIAN CHURCH pRVWTWd3dCn Pastel gcxvi every Sunday f PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor iaPreacuithg every Sunday at 11 am andat 7 pm Sunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer mea tin Thursday evening at 7 oclockverY lt r BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williaffisrast Preaching very Sunday at U am and 745 pm Sunday School every unda3t93O a m Prayer nteeting iITlie8dav eveninffat 745 oclock C Fraternal Orders fr MASONIC LODG Springfleid lodge No 50 meets first and third Mouday ei each month Washington RChapter No 5i7 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council 052 meets o very ourthlMonday a K lcHls of TUB MACAnESeeI j i jp Cach mo = FOLEY SIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU a V of any case of Kidiey or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do Dot riskhaving Bright sDis ease or Diabetes There isi f I nothing gained by delay r11 SOc and 100 Bottles 11EFLJSE SUBSTITUTKS orsaeby RdCroEsDr rif l r Tw J j THE NI3WSLEADER 1 J r V SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON t mnroWmwrouWDWW iiw JA OF nftnftftftftftnnftftnnftnnnnnnnnnij C Theres Music iri My Heart T sDay I J BY tLQJfp nOBERTSJJDhares music in The Masterlhand is onthe lkeys Callingnje upito fchevvindy hills And down to thp purple Seas Let time dray tjack when I hear tabtuneff Old to theilsbtil l when the stars were new lAnd swing the doors to the four great winds That niy feet may wondef through North or Soutr and Ezst or West Over the rim with the jellied sails I r From the mountains feet to the empty pIains Or down the Client trails Itmatter not what door you choose The sameclartine blows through them aUi1 Though one hekrt leaps to the grin of seas I 5And one to the rainbirds call However you ihdein the citys din And drown pdiirears with Its siren songs Someday steal in those thin wild mrtes t And you have the foolish throngs God e ntthat the das will find me net Wh nth tune shall mellojv and thrill in yatn f So long as the plains are red with sun lAnd the woos are black with rain The puting Magizine forJ Septemberj 11 ROUND TALK cCHORDirThe announce merit that the Democratic i machine in Louipville purposes attempt the defeat Charlie McChord for Railroad Commissioner has called forth i storm protest front all over the district On this subjectj the Louis Herald says The word has goneforth from Democratic headquarters thatMcChord m ustmake way for Drewry With toe in tentof the Democrats The Herald at the expense of beinfir dubbed a tt rin enters an emphatic protest Frankly we avow the quarrel in the Democratic party to be none of our business On the pther hand we hold that it is within our right to call public attention to one or two facts Charles C Mcphprd was elected Railroad Commissioner ten years ago and was indorsed by the Republicans ojthef State He 011Ii 011 ment we knov of no pubic official Kentucky has to whom she could say with more candor Well done good and faithful servant McOhprd has devoted the best parbfof hjs life to the cause of thojpeople He has been a staunc friend of Louis yule merchants and manufactur ers He has Tpe6u able to meet corporate greed with a strict in terpretation pf the law and in- sodoing has incurred corporate enmity The Herald holds no brief for Mr McChord butjt would be careless of the duty itt owes the public if it did not do tthe simple acto justice to an honest officiaJt The machine candidate for the place is the Hon Tommy Drewry a states man who could not tella rate tariff from the ICreutzner Sonata The business nien of Louisville ought to knowitlIS and they will know more about it if this Tr outrage on ttipir intelligence this rape of ilie consci Ace of the people i3everattenptcSd niB URLEY GnOWERS The following wjbich is ab echo of the recent Burley Tobacco Growers Co Lfailure we take from the Lexington Tobacco Growers Journal Mr W B Hawkins one of tile committee to refund tbe prorata of tife capital stock of the Burley To bacco Co was asked about tht distribution and if the groyens were demanding the motley ie funded Be said be was getting quite a good many letters ask tngfor the moiiey but he was re plying to none as he could not be expected to write letters and supply postage The money for distribution has not ben traps ferred to the committee He aid too that Secretary Berry is outofthe city and will be away about ten days On his return- fr Hawkins PiII call the com rtI jnittee together and through the colums of the OB SERVER the mouthpiece of the organization the progress made A great many farmers of Wasbiogtocounty are fa milJ liar through sad experience with the Burley Growers Co The fand referredto in the above is 25000 which was collected from the growers of Kentucky and for which they have not received one cents worth of benefit The committee after being urged for an accounting finally reported that there was some eight or ten thousand dollars left of the fund that wouljd be distributed and it seems that there is yet a long roll of red tape to be wound up before the growers get a sight ofvthe money It is jjust such bunco games as this that makes the farmer timid about going int anything of the sort If TRANCE It seems strange that the farmers of t isI county cannot be prevailed upon to take advantage of the Pppor tunity offered by the farmers institute to gain Osome val ableinC formation pertaining to their profession There was a two days session of the institute held here llast week and the at tendance was disgracefully small at ajl tic es The farmers stand ery mulch in their own ligbtl in xiot attending these lectures they would certainly learn some thing Yes however much the average farmer may think heJ knows it all about far ming he will tmd he has vet much to learn if he will permit himself to be taught Farming is a science which should be studied and inI order to get the most benefit from his labors it is necessary that the farmer should use the mast impoved methods In many states the agricultural colleges are becoming an impor tant branch of tho educational system of the state and it has come to be essental to success ful farming that the farmer should be educated in the science of soil cultivation and stock breeding Kentucky is behind hand In this respect and Washi g ton county seems to be lagging behind other counties in the state The faimers should wake up to their owl interest They should organize a farmers club and should study improved methods It will pay Taxpayers Notice Your taxes for 106 are now due and the penalty will go on Nov 1 Under the new law which recently went into effect 1aftar november 1st your taxes can not be paid to me and a tax warrant will be issued against you by tne county clerk and ex- ecUted within ten days thereafter making an additional cost to you of 18 per cent Come before Nov 1 and save cost of execution andVale J1 S Osoourne r Sheriff of W Notlceto a i farmers II low isthe time to begin to use Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy if you want to kc pour hogs free from diseaser We wiUlscrl you a gallon of this jrciiiedy you can use it for thirt 1yourhogsintime you need not pay for the medi cine Isnt this the fairest proposi tion you eycrheard of Costs only 5 cts per month for eaclthog and the extra gain in flesh caused frond its t use more than pays for the cost of the remedy C J Haydon Springfield Ivy Have Troubles Mr Walter Cumly and Miss1 Eliza Hill whp reside idi the east jern part of this county near Qexas were united in marriage inthis city Monday evening be tweeji eight and nine oclock The journey to the altar was not witHout incident for the young people met with many difficulties Iand much delay in havng thl nuptial knot tied The greatest obstacle that had tot beovercome after reaching here was securing a license When they arrived they fpunl that the county clerk did not lice in the city Sometime later Mr Cumley succeede in reaching the official by phone only to learn that it wasirapossi ble for him tocome in on account of illness To a a well know merchant Mr Cumley tola his troubles and with a feeling kin to pity be called Deputy Clerl Sam jf Spalding on the phon ircum11statfces ready to accommodate one In trouble and especially cf this kind drove to town an1 issued the license Mr Cumley and Mis Hill were then turned over to Mr Dick Putnam and Dr W S Green who obligingly took them to the home oDr A C Graves where the ceremony was performed Lebanon Enterprise Danger From The Planae Tbere f grave danger from the plague of Coughs andy Cold that are so prevalent unless vou take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumpion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of For est City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where c ughsand colds prevail I find it quickly end them It prevents pneumonia cures la grippe gives wonderful relief in Xsthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off consumption coughs and cQlds50c and Si Guaranteed by C J Haydon s drugstore Trial bottle free To Join The Methodists The many friends of Rev W Ezra Sutberland of this county will be interested to learn that he has decided to become a Methodist Minister From the proceedings of the Methodist Conference at Central City last week we take the following The Rev W Ezra Sutherland a minister 6f the Christian church made application to en ter the Louisville Conference of tthe Methodist church saying that he was convinced that it was the true church His pastor Mr Lyon announced that in taking this step Mr Suther land had lost friends that his family bad threatened to ostra cise him and cut him off but that tLe voung man had done what he considered light regardless of the cost He was received on trial in the conference Doctors SaiiHBVoDW lot Lc PcerFry Woodruff Pr Writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still getting worse tbe doctor adviped me if I had any btiBirieas to attend to I had better attend to It at once as I could not posffbly live an other month as there was no curo for me FoleyB Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friendail I immediately sent my son te the store for it and after taking three bottles I began to get better and continue to Improve untlll was entirely well Engaged For Six Months in Advance A drummer dropped into Hod genville the other day with a thirst and found that there were no saloons in town He applied to the druggist for a drink oi red liquor The druggist asked him if hewas sick and receiving the reply that he was not told him his only cbance was to ge snake bit The druggist saM there was a den of rattlesnakes about four miles from town The drummer went out and in about two hours cline back Ho looked very weary and was quite dusty He had nothing say until the druggist asked him what was the matter He aaid he haJ hunted up that rattlesknake den and found that the snakes all had engagements for bites sx months in advancetnd he guessed that he would have to go dry ETownNews i A cold is much more easily cured whsn the bowels are open Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar opens the bowels and drives the cald out of the system in young or old Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store WANTED School having new attractive proposition wishes eiiergetic man or woman to visit towns in Kentucky Goon salary and expenses paid weekly i Some knowledge of music pro ferred but not essentiall rH Moore y Plymouth Place Chicago III N61 NOMINATION f The Republican Convention at Willisburg Fails to Nominate a Candidate For Circuit Court Clerk Pursuant to a call from the Republican CounV Committee convention was held at Willis bur ron last Saturday afternoon The pbjecb of the ton vention as stated in the call was to nominate a candidate for Circuit Cuurt Clerk Only a small crowd had assembled when County Chairman W F Grigsby called the convention to order Mr Grigsb opened the cpnvention with a stirring Republican speech in which he spoke bf the i general prosperity of the country under Republican rub and commended the wise administra tion of President Roosevelt The chairman then called for nominations for the office of Circuit Clerk of Washington county No nominations being offered the chairman declared the business at an end and the convention adjourned There was strong talk of putting out a candidate for the office and the committee was urged to call a convention but it seems that those who were the most urgent for the conven tion were the farthest away from the scene of action when the convention assembled The Republicans will dp a wise thing to m ike no nomination at this time Bob Noeis a compe tant official and popular O 1i ATonnEHollicratJO My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty yoar of intense suffering had vocirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured and re stored the strength and activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danforth Me Greatest restora tive medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weaknesses Wonder ul Nerve Tonic Price SOc Guaranteed by CJ Haydondruggist- Colored Fair a Success The Washington County Col ored Fair which clrsed Saturday Sept 22 was taking all things under consideration the best that was ever hela Springfield The first day lhursdaY September 20 was ladies day and many availed themselves of the opportunity and attended bring ing produce of all kinds tb be exhibited The Second Day Friday Sep tember 21 was childrens day and in spite of the rain the children came In great numbers from Marion Nelson and Wash ington counties The last day Saturday Sep tember 22 the throng began to gather bv early dawn and by 2 pm fuly 2000 people had passed through the gates The display of stock which was never better included horses from Marion Nelspn Jefferscn and Washington counties Never in the history of the Fair was there more excitement than was caused by the great roadster ring fpr a purse oC 25 The order was unsurpassed The Association desires to ex Pale Thin- Nervo s Then your blood must be in ia very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take it Ayers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine Tili Is the first qietIoflyoflT doctnr would Mk Are jour bowel regurV He kuow that dallr action of the bowel U absolUtely osxentlal mid your tcelgn egleUxatlta cUve dosesotyexs nil IrAMade ttJ Ayer CoHoweIl MLmanufacturra of Aqer YIGORII We hive no eerts t We publlh the fornsI or all our xnedlolfll r a press its sincere thanks to the business men of Springfield Louisville Maud Woodlawn am Lebanon for the special prem lums contributed by tbem to his fair SECRETARY When a horse is overworked it 1ics down arid in other ways declares inability to fo fnrther you would itsI aider it criminal to Use force iany a man of hnman impulses Who wpulc not willingly harm a kitten is guilt j of cruelly when his own stomrch lot concerned Overdriven Overworked when what it needs is something that will direst the food eaten and help the stomach to recuperate Something like Kodol For Dyspepsia that is sold by the Red C oss Drug Store Emmet McElrbys Wedding Miss Mary Atcbison daughter bf William Atchison and Mr Emmet F McElroy were married last evening at 730 oclock at the home of the brides aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs M D Scruggs 2640 Tracy avenue Rev F C McConnelll of the Calvary Baptist church read the ceremony The bride wore a beautiful princess gown of white messaline elaborately trimmed with yoke deep bertha with girdle of dutchess lace Heron orniment was a diamond brooch the gift of the groom She wore a full length tulle veil and carried a shower boquet bf bridal roses and valley lillies The nJaiil of honor Miss Nancy Scruggs were a gown of white organdaie lace trimmed and carried a shower boquet of white roses Tne bridesmaids frocks were also of organdie but their boquets were of red Meteor roses tied with crimson stream ers The maids were Miss Bu ford Scruggs Miss Edna Fields Miss Mary Scruggs and Miss Emily Davis of St Joseph Mr Joseph Robinson of Fort Worth Texas was Mr McEl roys best and Mr John Launder and Mr Lindsay Gilmor were the grooms men Just before the bridal party entered Miss Christine McConnell saogciAll For You and I bye you truly Miss Sarah Ellen Barns played the wedding march Th ceremony took place in the libr ary before the mantel which from ceiling to floor had been covered with a trellis of Southern smilax entwined with white roses Bouquets of white roses covered bookcases and tables Pink and white dahlias decorate tie drawing room and red Meteor glrgl ceremony These frienJr pssist ed Mrs Hub L McElroy Miss Willie Duval Mrs C H McElroy Miss Carleton Wil liams Mrs Charles Morse Miss Elsa fields Miss Leo Hazel Everett Miss Mary Peters Kansas City Journal A Badly Bornel Girl pr bey man or woman is quick ly out of vpain if Bucklens Ar nica Arnica Salve Is applied promptly GJ Welch of TekpnshaMich sayshI use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healingl salve made 25c at C J Haydons drugstore Used Brick to Get a Converts Carroll Vaughns zeal to increase the membership of the Live and Never Die chucb led to his being held over 10 the grand jury on 300 bond in the City Court Vaugh was give a hearing on the charge of malicious assault with intent to kill Lindsey Morris the prosecuting witness took the stand considerably disi figured by two holes in his forehead Morris said that Vaughn wanted him to joia the Live and Never Die1 church When he declined Vaughn he claimed hit him m the headwitba brick breaking the missile in half and rendering him unconsciousI The assault occured near Twelfth and Congress Vaughn and Morris are aged negroesPot Insurance t Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City KyM the only comaint the State that makes any claim of payjog ltsllosses in full jyr r7 tilit rspl IFI 8ai1a1I H iL 1r t i Dkin f Powderj ABSOLUTELY PURE rIIlHealthful cream of tartar derived solely from t I grapes refined to absolute purity is thri active i Pnnciple of every pound of Royal wliw Powderd li i Hence it is that Royal Bakmg Powder iJrenders the food remarkable both for its fine f flavor anc healthfulness tt vNo alum no phosphate wtidrart tbi i1f princip elements ofthe ocaUdch p tic baki powder juidwhicharedriv a frorabone rock and sulphuric add I 5I NEW YORK CHICAMAUGA An Old Soldier Writes Rerni niscently of That Great Battle v t Witusnyn Kv Sept 19 l00t Editor NEVS LEADER n II f 2el Hue writing a fewiines- todav as this isi the 43 acriver sary of the great battle of Chica mauga and with it comes many sad memories Soldier boys you hat in tile flesh rememberr that iay and dprit you feel like making it a national holiday a day 9f rest sacred io the soldier for all time to come It makes me feel sad when I think of the goodand brave boys that fell on the I9th and 20tb of September iii 3863 What an awful experi ence iit was Only seven mpn present on the morniug of the 2ist to answer to the roll call It was a sad day no snooting oyerL victory if victory it was If a Victory it was dearly bought Ii oltien think of my 6mrade and wonder what kind of men they would have beenhad the- 31hedto the present and the reason I ask myself these questions I thought that I saw it tbem something great and good and noble We gues at the future of the boys by theirchaste conversation and nianly deport meat and of such Was some oi my soldier boys There is a bond of love between the soldier boys that tongue cannot express You See them meet aid embrace each other and shed tears Is it joy or is lit their toil and hard ships they endured for love ol country that endears them tc each other Bojs there are only a few of us left to tell the story Only a few that were with old Pap Thomas the hero of Chicamauga that held hii own against the hurled masses of the Confederate army while part of our army was en route Thomas stubbornly held Lhis position until night then he silently withdrew his tired and worn army towards Chattanooga and with this por tion jof the army came the be loved Gen Garfield a man that was loved by every oldier of the army Comrades read Gen Gaffi irdstride from Rosecrans to Thomas and seei if there is anything in history that excells it in daring and bravery There were few such then and none greaterr Comrades there are only a few of ug left tto tell the story and we are growing old out eyes are getting dim and our step isi not so elastic but in our hearts there burns that love of patriot ism that will endute forever But the war is over and peace and harmony reigns throughout our great country the blue and the gray decorate the graves of their dead together Comrades bur time is nearly out this our second enlistment and under a different banner and we will have answer to a different roil cJl i mayj answer this 1last roll call ItPefor the 19thn SOtlfof next fteJI1ber U Vl 2YoU wl r frqm mefagm MVJROUCITn t Go D 10th c1rfj 1200 Drikkf 1f f I fl Kufe Taylor through his h m 1brought1 ern railway for 12JOO bottles of r beer shipped to him from Cia N cinnati After the beverage jtoi j torder of outt Fandt t4h3ndshaVing carried he ejis whY the road refused to del er the goods but the claim is that if t this was a local district the road in the had i SISIupno right to beer and haul it here asks or tbe value bf the b 25 ads ditional flarrodsb irg Herald Blood PoioIai0 results from chronic constipation t which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills Ti eyIremove all poisonous germs the system and infuse new life and vigor cure 3ur stomach nausia headache dizzineiNi and l colic without gripiflg or discpoi t fort 25c Guaraneed by1OJ J Haydqn druggist ifIPrograiL kfr JrThe annual bve iOJitthev iWashington County Svwdayv t School Association jo be held at Willisbnrg Saturday Oct 13 1906 jl y tt FORENOON SESSION 1000 Devotional Rev 6 J Young t1030 The teapher and hit J4 work Rev T C Gauber j j 1115 Sunday school super1 vision by Paitor and Siapeiiar CteAFTERNOON SESSION l j 115 Song and prayer f 130 Address to lyoung peott pIe Rev W B William 200 Solo Miss Louise Set J titIe215 Report fbfecers Iii 245 How to improve tta e Sunday School liscuMiooJ bJL J Judge W Et Seicmaa fd iiothers v i v 315 The Sunday SchoolaiI4J r i Itemperance by HonI H I ur j manl V l 345 Miscellaneous w tj W F Grigabj Ercvdent Miss Louise Settle Secretory t TiTebaccs SWl tfJi L11r V 1 We wish to stato orfMn1a t throughout the tOorroil d dlsections that we are ici cOiM 5t ed Directly or iiadirtctly rith i any other warihoujie or nousecompany WMWe conduct a Strictly S pendent Tobacco Wareboiee 1i Commbsion BusineM sEt res pectfully solicit yowr ae r C A BRIDGES Cof Prefrie i t torsi PickeiTobaCcoT rehjWiiQ t LouisviiIeIytTrue and tried fri n sf tJMiMl UyDcWItt8 Little Erly II rt t Best for results H b4 H take4 Rosy cheeks aai Hsrkli f e s JMk the use ot these MfIcWutueuf They ilq ist gripe or Icke Sifay thiKi 933 Drur Stbr iih s r 7 7r r fluE NEWSLEADER 1PUL18IiiIjXyEityTHUXSDAY- t4 A TEAR IN ADVANCE f SPRINGFIELD KY iiiiELDAVISON Jr Coca or bpefness notices 10 cents per aifli iubsequeutinoruoz1 OiU on Candida urn aua pal ticalmatte Job work Is done at low rates but cash lit tiI1 f i otlUeij ol goodf- Amrertlsinjr contracts made on liberal t ernir Obttu r1i E rtspecEXXOVNCIMZNTS CiWty Mfstrtu I 250 OtrlctOfflces 1000 THURSDAY OCT 4 1906 For congress 4 Wtare authorized to announce JJ L HEAVRIN of Ohio county as a candidate for Congress from the Fourth Ojogress lonal district on the RepjiMican ticket Election November 1900 7 LWe are authorized to Announce Robert Noe I as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Deinc cratic party r J Thorn Hilt rG r Miss Annie Watreu was the L guest of iMr G W Fenwicfc Tuesday Several of our boys swam4hF rt creek Sunday to see their best girls fpo Mr W Fenwiwas in t Lebanon Friday on business i Messrs Daniel Wilson and L Bin IJaydoh were tbe guests of Mr Abe Canary Sunday Mr George Feuwick was in Lenanon Tnur day and was ac companied home by his brother n ti Roy We are sorry to learn that i Valley Hill was so green asno V to know there was a store b the name of Canary and I sup pose we would sell unythiqt people wonted even if it was a I J Canary bird The rain which we had Satur day and Sunday did much dam age to tbe corn and feoqes be sides washing away so many bridges that the roads are aimos impassablEi Reports say the Run was higher than it has beei for twentyfive or thirty years f FORGETMENOT farmers Take Notice F Bourbon Hog Colera Remedy is the very best hog remedy in the world Use It as a preventive and if it dock not keep your hogs healthy and free from diseases you peed not pay m one cent for the remedy Cqts you dnlj 5 cents per month for each hog and the extra gain in flesh i caused from its use will more than pay for I the medicine OJ Haydon Springfield Kj r t WillisbuPi The sale of L W Jinkius wa Irikv1I attended despie the rain everything sold well Mr WH Harmon of Springfield purchased surrey and one olo horse for 107 50 Mr Willham d ofCtir ell bOught one sorre horse price 159 One bay hors 121 Mr Haulev bought on black horse for S132 oO Hog bought a fair price We an- fMrsJenkinsloss is the gain cf the plac where thev will make then future home- MisvLula Eirl Merrill has re ifV timed Jrpm a pleasant visit tc lelatives in Louisville I Mrs Harlow has returned fromLouisville where she put chased her fall and winttr mil t linery goods iMessrsW S Gibbs and Johi e7iReynolds were in HarrodLbarp M nday Ad gLDr Grumes and wife are the 4 r Ktuesis of relatives here Mr Shewmaker sold Mr will ham one sorrel horse fur i125- Ij Perkins and Grahm bought pi Mr Cou ter one hay horse 140 Miss Mamie Merritt has ac cepceu a postiiou a4 telephone o operator at SlicibyviUc We vi4i heruecess Mr W T Wells and Jw Chi athara attended court at B an odsburg Monday Mrs Mary Hines and dauglrer Miss Agnes attended the sale oft J W Jenkins andv ore he ifw guests or John Reynolds and wife Miss S Hie Hendrei was the guest of Mrs F nne Golvin al- fciharDsville the past week Mr Richard Pinkston con tinues on tbe f ice Jisc Mrs John Reynolds and little son werethe guestsot NRen dren and family the first of the 4 week f ir and Mrs Ransdal will oc cupythepfopertyfyacated by L M Jinlcins r Mrs Sam Ypirlad for her gu gs8 tanfafr nni Sunday t MrCtrlaiiwpnd two sisters gI Mts Lor and Cas ie cf Mid Way 7 Mr Cbicfj FOR BOTH inIOne disease of thinness children is scrofula in adults consumption Both liavo poor blood both need more fat These diseases thrive on Iwin ness Fat in the best means of overcoming them cod liver oil makes the best and healthiest fat and SCOTTS1 EMUjLSIONis form of cod liver OiL Heros a mtural order of tilings that hovs why Scotts Emulsion iji f so mueJi value iii all cases of cl fi hLtllnlcol1SUJnptiml lore jut more weight more nourish uont thats why Send for free sample SCOTT BOWfJE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York tkudtoo s Ii AUdrugglsti a oIIl is visitingibis relatives it this placewasi called home by thedeath of his brother but did not get betp in time for the funeral Quite a xsad nffjiir happpned salurdav night to Mr Miller Birch Mr Divine hud a colored man named Lewis They had been to Harrodsbuiig with a two hore team as thev came home hey dr einto a stream of vater that was past fording the negro was drownon Mr Birch and Mr Divine escaped with a good ducking in ihe water one horse was drowned but the other- sJatn out Ve are very sorry this hapened and hope tlvs will warn people from djriving in deep water The rains are pry disc urag lag to the farhif i in their to bacco croos I Massrs Garrard Clark and Will sims attended church at Patham Saturday night re1ItJInedihey have been buying their fall tad winter goods JF Reynolds d Jess Ter oellI a bay mare finrGG Mrs T Vilsort iis visiting rel itives in Louisvflle this week What has become of Hyacinth rf tle iver his not ov rHow rl liimor her I wish he orshe would vnie rI VVe Txva A Cardof Thanks f We des rc to hthank everyone hat assisted usFn the sad be eavemeht ftour deceased orother tl John Refaroldsand wife- 1 T i Keep the b6wole open when you baye a cold ani use a good remedy to allay the inflammation of the mucous ukmbrancs The best is Konnctlva axativc Honey and Tar It con airirf no the bowels drives OiiatesrliOveslj reliable and tastes Tied Cross pug Store Valley HilL I Miss Mattjie tiflarkson has re turned home aftt0r a weeis yisir to relatives in tills section Miss Tiny Reed of near Wil lisburgf visited relatives in plb is cottOn lust week Mr Sam Montgomery Vas In our midst Tuesday t adlOY Mr Will Boblett and vi feof ncr Moirp ville visited at the tome of Harry Derringer and vife Sunday and Monday Mrs A Ct Corn visited ftel atives at HardestySr the Urst o f tl1week Miss Minnie Mann visited relatives near Booker last week Harry Derringer and wife visited relatives near here Sun dayMr W F Snider purchased ai rIMoranAtnong hp e t attended the picnic at the Burg Sat urday were Messrs J elf Glyde and Walter jfrJatley and FrankS ONesl of this place and and Peter bhohan of Science Hall T wbQnlored be must accampany him to public places LIt must be true the last time hewfts in Springfield the man ithwhom La went hereafter basins his name with a M and a double termiuaf Mann Among those who have lost heiogti and po B ahd SG Redd x about 200 We can sVnipithize with bDth parties especially Mr Kelly prcleptcdjmight ilave developed a costly conflagration in ihe barn of S P Derriiifirpr last week last week where they had a lire drying the tobacco and failed tto extinguish the embers wh ch igni 2d the dry tobacco stalLs left from last seasons stripping and was blaZing when lie discovered it The school in this section is in a llourshibg condition undeu iiisti ctions of Miss Pearl Goatloy Tbe annual school election will be hell at ths place Sjtnr d y October 61for the purpose r I of electing a trusteo to lil tn0 expired term ol T A Tatuit Being as the school question is aroused again 1 vishtu say that mine eyes are strained to their uttnPst capacity in a vain attempt to see a new roof and a twelve foot addition that isbadly needed by the schoolhouise of this district and according tq tradition will probably be had by tbe time we get a coal stove Visiting and politics tpgether with religion have retired where the woodbine twineth JI1tbis Section When a fellow pigs go off shoats and come back hogs its itI mighty good sign of prosperity Markets are all booming in jhis section ganders are 50c per head drakes 25c corn 30c por bu horse hide 175 per fott h gsthre gone up riJngbeefcne at Mr L L Fanstes4 and another at Mr George riruckers A beef is killtd every Friday even UThe last ore Iril ed vas fattened or corn tirndI cab bagp therefore eadh memb r Qf the company had corn beef arid cabbage fbr Saturdays luncheon Mosteverybody is talking of moving to town rihat is the fruits local option It doesnt t eem tome that b cusct11iebfj multitiiues will Hock to boos ing towns It seems tmtoul brolban K Bofihe Woods is an advocate of reformed 5tpelliTijr however his tung doesnfe jjustexctly give forth the sentiments to Unos satisfaction Not every man vould sacrifice a presidential seat for onn iinsig- nificant foreign idea tha will never be domesticited A man was heard to say r cpntiV Jdoi hope that CC McChprd will be defeatad as Railroad Commissioner Why Because we need a good Gpyernr or and he is the man It rI Can any of the correspondents tell what iis theoldest and most industrious bee known to the industrial world Dear readers our Ed ddnt give the circumference of Uhe ears of cora presented him Guess jt would take too much sr ce The show in tcday Thursday is to be a warm affair Sparks WJ1l1endorally are good however early rains prevented proper cultiva tion and in some cases the corn light regardless of this fact there is much fine corn which is being cut at crapd rate in some 1Jdt ions Mud and rum have preventedi gathering how ever and the heavy work is yet to be done Heavy ruins during the paste has done serious damage in this sec ijn washing lbsod considerably tearing up the roads and making farm work a drudgery The tobacco crqp ias also been damaged extensively much of tl B crop having been cut previously and left in the patch where in rpme cases it Vas rendered unfit for housing The portion that has aluendy been housed has house burned badly and many of thegrowers weie ctmpelled to uc charcoal to save thecrop froqIr1in In cessuiit showers have prevepted the proper attention and thpre main el of the tobacco yet toMe cute is damaging Rust and stalk d cDv together with suckers and worms have done serious damage also UNO TIGul Be IIi jiose1 UllOO Foley Co Chicago oriifinatcd lonQSmnCi Tar as a thront and luijg remedy and OH acoountof the great m 3 rif arid pot ularitv of Foleys Hpii cy and Tar nianj i ititfone are otter oleysIwill fflvsthosthie satisfaction It is mildly laxative It codtalns no opt ates and is sitfost for children find d HcatO parsons Solp by Red Cross Drw Store Tatlianr Springs Mr John Richardson dind at his home near this place Friday last with appendicitis Be loaves a wife and sCOralsm ll children haveltheYl1 The protracted mooting close at this plafe IVediiPsdny 06toberj3 ye will report about itsIaterflMr White ned family are moving to the farm he bouughta few months ffgo WQ are glad to know that he will not be far from rra ham Mrs Will Gordon is at the home of her daughter Mrs Chas Ruby who bzislienverv- lowbut tvCiere glad to report hOI better now Miss Hester Noel of Brooks yule is visiting her sister Mrs Della Carey1 and attending the meeung at this place We are sorry to report little Clarence Ctypentor verysick XMjss Ort Pinkson of Mfc Zjph is yKring her sintMrs Merrell Pinkston during the meerfrig The heavy rains which fell l a didIwof thec untyWe saw one man Sunday who said he wtlSon the hunt of 1 i acres of tobacco the rain had washed away It walked a bridge that was Across toe crock t1u other side of Fair vIw off so I suppose now is a c t anco for somo or P 10 K t a oh pi ting liP a Tiw ttrdgita t is almost impossible to cross with out abridge Mr Stun Montg ropry find brother Creatli Dean of Hills boro were the pleasant jjbpsi3 of Seph RoyaLiynd family Sat urday last Misses Ethel Scott and Efiie Jenkins of ScruggsvHle were the guests of Anna Lee White Saturday night MsJalIies Shields of Fiillk- l r visited hrdnughter M 1 Tollie Griffey Saturdity night and IIParoikid liere never hear any body express their opipion about it But I l1ao heard iit alwavs saidlde third time the charmv I wonder iif Bryan will b3 ready to run for president atfaJn afjter this triat Poor flIciw be surely wont get 6iourdflyAcrrir For Cask I will from now 6n conduct a strictly csli business No ipeat wilt be sold ort Ci4dib Plbase dont a k It I wilt ooniiiHieto keep pn hand choice fresh and salted meats Fresh beef pork lainb veal t and sansugp NiAV stand uextto the Peoples Deppsit Bank U vt G Carpenter To The Tobacco Growers of Washington County 1 ragret very much my inability to meet wifcli all the tobacco growers of Washington county but owing to thecoiftinuedrain nnd the fact Unit my coming was not well advertised it was an utter imposibllity for me to meet you and explain thq plan iarirciples and doetute of equity a s lugh t by the American So ciety of Equity The American Society ufEquiy hs been in- 1itodi by the Hurley G rowers ti i come to the burler district and assist us farmers in orgaiizjngs- uiLSLc put ur Inu pOsition lo ask and obtain aj fair pricp for our Burlfy tobacC Jiisv theI same as the Groan RiverHen derson Stetnnjins District redoing today That wen can dol his and will do it in the near future is no lonjidr disputed Hurley Growers ot byI Henry Owen Pendl ton Bracken Harrison Fmnklin Spencer and Oldhilm counties Tlit Burlev Tobacco It woijth 7f per cent more thaii dark tobacco everyone will admit and if it dont brmir it it is our own fault not the Trusts Don t curse tile trusts any more bu get to work and orgnniz Ilocal unions in the A S of E in each voting precincr r just the sum ns the tiltv faiinurs have done uutat Penwtck schoolbou Get your county union scud your delegate to Clarksvillf Tenn on Octobr 9th to ine t our delegates in fJutiorml Con vention and help mjke a fir living price for tobacco v Bold your tobtceo for that price you know the TIust has to huve tobacco to run their plants must have it anti if they cant buy itat their price then thoy will py your price t Hold your Avtteat for 1 jper bu helIt wll pay you to 1ioid watch the market reports every lay anjl wlien wheat reaches 1 seil dont wait for ii higher price for you iray nOt got ih liiialL it is worth nnd thai isa Jiving puce Keicl t oSrd Power Book 25c Ion saja hyJ D Barker Yotfi Truly n iti Sw4Ii S iUlUld Ky t Octl Ii MOORl SVlLLE ilhc infant child of Mr and Mrs W L Qreene died lust Friday and was interred the rut lowing day at St Rose Mr Wash Montgomery sokl v suckling mule colt to Mr Mack Miller for 0750 Itsamc Hkn of 311djwlllstnrtOctoher The schooLat Maud has closed on account of soarlat f r1l The recent rains havu some what damaged the tobacco caus ing it to house burn Last Saturday wis a biid day far the picnic at Frederickstowd Oneof the heaviest raiiis we have bad for several years fpt last Saturday evening causing the river to got vfery high A W Ethllcmonptrclinced a bay mare from Cart Yaney Price privatu Vill Moo e sold a Buckling muic colt toPoy ton McMakui for 5t5 4 Jus Tubin and Mat Truax1 shipped a car load of cattle from Booker last Thursday There was atsoa car bid of coal blp ped to Booker wbicn wns the first of the season It will bo I lt KLLT1ltiCOUCH kFlD CUiZE THE LUNCS WIf-lI2ugsS ew Discovory iFOR c ONSUMPTION OlGHS and OLDS SOc PrieDII Surest and Quickest Cure ortilf THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or mONEY BACK Ilntjl ths s L luan Trcmtruun fll Ia iv Vu visH them much success Several from hrrr lttL irfthe picnic last SaturdayQJas M Wall sold ttvo mule celtsto Mr Joe WAkeiield one at75 arfd one at There alac been 50Ibut rio wJifeat Farmers say there will be but little wh atj sown in those part Corn cut ting lis progressing slowly nI fa or eyerythioy in the way ot farm iig iis progrdsing slowly on account of so much miny weather f IjBen M Pile sold a suckliiij mule colt to Call Cainbr6n for 80 kISeytial of our people WiIr in the fcow fcha 4th 1 Mys AnzMi rrunx and ditughi ters Ella Boi j ail Mar visij ted liar patents near Chaplih jaturd y and Sunday Mr CarLYancey und sisters niedlbyWillisfettrij last Saturday and Sunday One more imouth to pnj your taxes 1P cc hurry up bvys aucl and saethe pnnlt Mr Fred Chfi aui t vrlu tn our WfiiJst last Mondny luutnnjf Ion a fjititn BfiI Prim Tic PnEc Therds grave danger from the plague of CJonghs and Colds that ari o prevalent unlessvou take Dr Kings New Discovery for Cphsuinplon Coughs anti Colds Mrs Geo Wnlls of For ost City Me writes Its ill Godsend to people jiving in ciitntctcft where c Ugh aifd cpkls prevail It lint U quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia euros la grippe gives wonderfli I relief in Asthma and HayFever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off consumption couglis and colds 50c l d1GaarMifcied by C J Haydbos drugstore Trial botUct free Oltf r Plmvnderiiigted fnom 1iaing disolvted partnerahip tall rjoraprs knowing Iheins Ics indobted 40j us are requested to mrlkc prompt settlMnent The books bf the firm cftn be found at Robertson UJaybrobkeTs ofliee Respt Robertson Brothers PUBLIC ALEIjIj t Ofhorsias ouggies surrevs etc at Boblitt tt Brown stable op posite thje Opera house Bltlg Satmday OCt 6 I98 Boblitt it Brown having bought J Mr Tumoys interest in tie livery firm ofTumejr t Bishop f Idand thfe two stables haying been congpifdatdd we tirid Xhat we hive too much stock therefore pit the above date we will ojDFer forsaJthc fbilowicg A t one black hOrse 11 years old safe any whore one gray mire HycarsioUl work any where one e brown hart M 8 years 10 hands high will work anywhere one sorral mare 9 years oW line saddle iLiad huroes mae PRfrl for women and cbidrn one r blwk herac fil yearqJ l w ill work any wherfe si fo for women or cli ild ione roan bbre 10 lumps Uijghv will worte anywhere safo for women or chUilrefi one baymarp tyeftrs old wilt work Myifafy sufe for wotoon orfQliiwlred o e by horse P 1 rsI old good in skdit e or Besideji thee qnitea numbov rJol others will be offered We aluo have fourI11I one steel tiire throe rubber 8I tkr snrreyj 01 e toell ttre it ld two rubber tire One two hOie IfI wngon good as n w One pair j horse clippers One new t ttt htre wgonett4 Oni two1 horse drijinmere wgollid9dsJ new One one horse droiaes Vtigon flew One set of tie two 1 horse drtunriners wagon hnrjie s One set of wagon ariug Also a lot of other harness aid sor- omcefixtines 2 1 Sale will begin at Pf MITftpina mads knotfn d7 efaJeI- IOnLITt II J BROWl BotS M Campbell Awctibnoer h IIfyr II I 1eii made oung at 70 Tjteniy j yers of intense suffering had Hntltel disabled liar unin i ijt months ago when she taking Electric lUt r5 Whi KJdit ili hit ve completely cured and stqred the strength and activity f1fwritps IiJdcures Malaria Biliousness amlll1 Wcakijesfies Wonderlull Nerve Tonic Price 50o Guaranteed by C J Haydoiidrujrgist l ooI y6gpia KIWP- UaWLZDStS w ydw cot fi7vI Wt t tt Wc twr NEWFFALL STYLESS f I NOW READY TOS1OW i making Mens Clothing a Special Feature o1tir i2willi GrundYIfMclntirej 1t Jttt 4ttS n pLouWall91 C Anythingin y c lleal Estate I t c Cor 1ll1rc1 talon IBDPLAKE t l rr crrct rFree Trip to Louisville The Retail Merchants Asso elationi of Louisville will refund in Gush roundyour trip based ollowing on excursion datas ratconfareI September 17 to October 13 November 5 to November 17 December 3 to December 15 Frt further ixurtieulars apply to J VI BECICMAKN Manager ReiaSl Merchants Afr fccition 307 Urban Bldg LLoohniHfKt j dtfraniji3 I Eyes Teste d II 91 t Have HttcdnuiukcJs of other iUll can fit yju J Names indo fj Prescription on Hie coine and g for ymtmclf Give your II at fttt nat the right IIPyfSlh n4 place Nothing hut g frX4 goods All the modern killdsabd styles of II lenses Bifocalst of every g scriptJon e4 gIrl ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS g Specialty ft inuluate Optician always on g hand to make test Satisfac guaranteed iIUO M Russell JMINWANILD- Somewhere near Springfield to assist us mshoving andell ing properties No experience usISalary 00 a man willing to oevote part of hts tothis business CoOperative Land Co Abdrua Minrieapplisr JMinn Hihe ReadytoWear Falll Cloth ing for Mer ana Young Men now ready for ypur inspection You are cordially iincited The same cour teous service whether you come to look or buy y Suits 5 to l25 Overcoats 5 to J20 Raincoatsi 10 to 20 We are n e e e tioie Bidg 5BI8 FAGTSIES JDIAKOND BEAiSD SHOES MADE FOR EVERY PURPOSE Last reek we quote I a letter Iron Rev Griffith of Texas showing the fcupcriority of Diamoml Brand Shoes One rsasoa for this superiority IS Ithatwa mate Diamond BrandSboes forevsiy person and forevery purpose Making shoes of all Hnds at all prices enables us to grade our leather properly and aavc nil wsteV fpr the benc t of the wearer You get 100 Iccnts worth of shoe value ia every dollar you pay for Diamond Brand shoes DELER it rt eaDMMa Vii fl4iVD SHOEMAKERS ff4 WE MAKE MORE FNE 3fO S TIAP1Sr ANY OTHER flOUSEZ IN THE WETr p4a EEgErE Era 7 J HEADQUARTERS FOR m 1 11School Supplies lr11 bfall copyppepositorv of the State Adoption for 4ri poaks for the publicschopls fr aIl lS t SHMYDONSf CORNER DRUG STORE tg rEEEE E i E81 Time fries fIs aa old adage Its abig jump Ir f though from the time of the fir t cloak to nqw Bridge the chasm and what have The first clock cnjde the one today almost a chrdndmeter Accurate Clocks ouII Elegant Jewelry is what you find the year round Iat my jewelry store My new g cck reflects my beiPg expert inseIect1 1 a jewelry stock To s ijioney buy from meIUd l oo James J UMS Graves veII t i JOHN SnUCK MCELROY G 0 WIURTON JMcEroyfr Whartort IInsurance Real Estate Agent 1 Fire Lift and fornadod lIsurs C Land oIdd AIliotRlJllSSIC ftf f 4- I i isiOfceOverFeople Bn1c ptte f v I v ry+ J T I UIt 4 M4 BURTON RKSIDENT DENTIST iiTEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OJTFICK JBTagan Block up stairs f v SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work StrictI I i FirstclassI 1 JRt JI CMUDL Phyucian and Snrgep Offices over Haydons Drugstor W F1 GRIGSBY JORNEY AT LAW- I Office over Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD p KY- JJB RoBAiiDS M W FYATT i RoBARDS HYATT r Physicians s and Snrgeons Office over McElroy Shultz4 l t DR jH HOPPER J Lfif PHYSICIAN and SURGEON t Ir PHONES 4t wOIficegi Residence 71 i Office Over Hagans Grocery i iw W RxPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over CW Hagans grocery opposite Presbyterian I church 3PhOIies Office 175- Residence 172 f JOPY MAYES L fUNERAL uiliECTOR 8 AND LICENSED EMBAlMER TELEPHONE DAYI19V NIGHT 74 It SPRINGFIELD m t Kairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effecc on the Bardstown and Springlield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville atj t 410 pm Bardstown Junction 7 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at SpringUeld 645 pm- No 42 Leaves Springfield atj 530 a m Bardstown 617 a1DIBards own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisyille tI7 30 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 p m oNo 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sunday slpniy Leaves Louisville at6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstowo 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm Bonds Carriage Repair Shop All kinds wood work and up holstering done Grain Cradles on hand for salq t I have for sale now one new handmade buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good second hapH spring wagon ieIwilll work cheaply for the money A1l work strictly cash t W H BOND Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD J ROLLS AND CAKESJ t Baked Daily 0 Always good always fresh We have a Baker who is an ar tist at leaking good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25cJ Hertliens Confectionery if THE TEXAS WONDERI i Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all Vdruggjsts or two months treatment by mail for 1Dri 5E WHall 2926 Olive skree St Louis Send for Kentucky estimonialsr Notice All perspns knowing thexnsel vcsindebted to the firn of McEl roy Bros are required to call and t f settle at once as the firm has L changed hands and all old busi ass must le tc tiled tr t MELROY PROS 1 L kQPitH r ii flOWN I W Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest 3 All boutYourseIrFrlends and Acquaintances r nn nnnnAnnnnn nnnnftnnnnnn A special sale of 0 music folatlOcJ jjAcopy at EdM Russell J Salt rising dtod cream bread received daily iJ Hagan Bros SEEr WHEAT saleI200 bushels of good seed wheat J L Parrott itWANTED Tp buy old gold silver add old fashion cameos A 7 Ed M Russell FORSALE1 t have 250 bu shels of first class seed wheat for sale W S YGoodleit S C Vanarsdales fine graham flour and meal can be found on sale at McE iroy t Shaders grocery About 2500 bushejlsof ccrn 2000 bundles of oats 250 bushels of wheat and other grain and feed will be soil at the Olarkson f1 aydon1 sale October 10 Mr Conrad JHertlein has sold his herd of eijiht fine Hereford J dattle to Mr Harry Martin orj S elbyvillehn extensive brnedei ofHerefords Mr Th B Lake the local realest tdealer sold this week for Byron Croak his farm near Valley Hill containing 158 acres at 60 per cito Mr J T Raed i Mr Robert Barrett nas moved i hi3 famIly into the house repent IV occupied y Mr WP Law ranee on the Texas road Mr Lawrence has moved into his new reidence ion Lebanon bill j TAKEN upKn my placqon Lebanon and at Rose turnpike a black sow wkighing about 150 pounds Owner can havesamett T by paying ccstLt f j P OBRYAN Do you lovii your wife arid children a dolls rs worth amonth Prove it by teking out a polidyi against accidents and sickness i with Bright of the General Accident Tnuranbe Co of PhilaI delphia Lee Mudda wellknpwn youqg man ofFredetckson suffered a broken legyesterdavL Hewas breaking a young horse wfaicli reared and felt on him breakipg the young mans leg Dr S E Crume attended him LOSTI will pay 250 for the return of my gold rimmed spec j tics which 1 lost about two weeks ago on the road between Len Montgomjerys on the Lebn anon pike an my place below VaJlev BilL rJohn A Tucker- s1 The TJ D G of the State arch in session attbc Confederate Home at Pevbe Vmllev Mrs Co G McChord Vice President of the local chapter recently organ ized berJand Miss Annie Me 8 Chord are Jail attendance from here If you waut a high class horse for any purpose dont fail to tit tend the sal toOlarksoniHay dons on October 10th They f will sell about 15 bead of saddle buggy and brood mares besides several very desirable geldincrs I and horse colts 3 Rev G W Ly6n was returned J llcnnqllc charge Ri W Ezra Suther land of this1 county who has been recently admitted to the s conference vjas assigned to the Buffalo circuitt Mr W BQ Hagan of near town brought to the News 0 Leader office on last Saturday sbrme of the finest corn we have seen It is of the large white variety and the ears measure 14 inches n length and Tare all sound ears If every farmer in Washington county raised such cornas this the crop will be a banner one this year P IThe regular October term of Ij the Washington county Court of Ue Claims was held here Tuesday and Wednesday About theV usual number of claims were allowed and other routine busij ness transact ed Mr Tine Cecil tt CRoustyears Mr Sam Bottoms was ejected Poor House CommissjA wipr and Dr S J Hamiltor Jai Poor House Physician Mr P i Baibr was elected ROldfur e visor 11TORIGSji nn g1IfpfliItflflIl V Highwater played havoc at J several points thorughout the county on last Saturday night Bridges fences and crops were carried away by the flood Mr Ben Waters who was operating a saw mill on Mr Rich Smiths campingIoutfitwasbed rise in OartwrJghts creek The same rise hlso washed out 8006 r r 10000 feet of lumber and scaBered it over a portion of the adjoining farms Anyone desiring a good farm either as an investment oron jtendji IIHaydonland containing in all 548 acres and divided into smaller farms of convenient size will be sold This is all first class land and is well improved FhereFillbe four farms offered varying in size from t6 acres to 183 acres Was ingtJn i county farms are in l1bringingiigher forget the date Oct 10 Belciw- YalIdyBuli TheATashmgton County Medical Society is to hold a very im portant meeting at the court hous here on next Monday Oct 8 which it is hoped will n stilt iri much good The meet ing will be devoted to a discuss lonof typhoid fever and papers are to be read on various phases of the disease The following visiting physicians are on the program for papers on theshl ject Dr T Hunt Stucky OfI Louisville Dr P F Barbour of Louisville Dr S B Crumej of Bloomfield and Dr W W Hyatt 0 f WUIlsburg rmeeting will be an open one and hepubilO is invited to attend i McElroy Wlarton the real estate dealers report the real estate market as being quite i active there being considerable inquiry for farm property i They report the following sales miIde this week A farm of 104 acres for W M Mobley to Leslie Ipurdoin for 2750 i A house and twelve acres near i town of SyJ vesta Smith to pan West for 1512 A farm containing 200 acrcs for Lorenza Young Sto W M Mobley for 1800 rile following are some of the high crass tattle to be offerea atlj Clarksort Haydons great land j and stock sale on next Wed October 10 One re isctered Short Horn Bull Fancy Boy 243177 calved July 13 1904- ired by Wimples Hero 202023 1st dam Wilsons Red Rdsemary c 10 head high grade 2year ld steers Short Horn and Polled Angus 4 head yearling steers same grade as above head Aberdeen Angus cows and calves 5 head Aberdeen Angus heifers 1ifferentlges 1 Jer sey cow fresh and fine milker SALESS M Campbell re ports the following sales On September 27 McLaughhn Fitzgerald everything selling higlj On September 2jfor Luther Jenkins in Willisburg hogs from 6J to 1Cc per pound bunches sheep from 50 to 6 per head horses mules and olts from 52tQ 109 per head Everything sold well The sale of W H Wright on October 2fnear Mackville all kinds of live tock sold high but household goods sold very cheap f Reports Harrodsburg court as being well atteuded about 100 cattle on the market one bunch oo Ib slop steers at 4qne j bunch 150lb steers at ftc Allikind of cattle on the up go r Mule colts of which there were many on the market at least 15 v per cent oil many farmers took them back home- S Cc rtrr- iDiamonds rh i Just a word to thtr 1 t I wise Buy your dta 5 a monds before the Holiday i advance PLACE YOUR ORDER now for Christmas Insure you the finest stones lowest prices and easiest npayrneuts Eill R ssellMr I ii fgH KXKXXKXXKXXX oooooc 8 MILLINERY DISPLAY- o g Thursday Afternoon 8 FRIDAY ND SATURDAY 8 All wKo are interested in FAsYHON 2ABLE MILLINERY are invited to ins x spect my StOCk this afternoon tomor row arid Saturday c I MISS KNOTT Ove Peoples BankQ ooIKiinberlnCrume Mr and Mrs Jacob Kimberlin announce the approaching mar riage of their daughter Effie Mansfield to Dr William Earnest Grume of Frederickstown on the evening of Oct 17 1900 at their home Texas fiy Miss Kjmberiin is ayery attractive young lady Sand quite popular in society Dr Crume iis one of the countys successful oung physicians who is held in ifet highest esteem by a large circle of acquantances and frends Negro Drowned Oscar Lewis colored lost his life and Miller Birch and Ben Devine two white men had fa narrow escape by being caught by high water in Three Lick creek on the Willisburg and Cross Roads turnpike on last Saturday nifhtrrhe men had been lo Harrodsburg with a load of apples and were returning to their home near Willisburg They entered the creek which was Unusually high and W gon and team was sodnin the control of he Hood The wagon bed floated loose from the wagon frame and on down the stream TIt1 the three men in it The HWO white men succeeded in swimming ashore One of the horses of the team also succeeded in freeing itself and landing The unfortunate negro however floated on down the stream cilng ing to the wagon bed He was found the next morning about a mile down the stream with arms i clasped around the trunk or aI tree He had evidently died while endeavoring to climb out the wngrn bed was found about a hundred yards further on An inquest was held over the remains by Squire Nimrod Hen dren and a yerdict of accidental drowning was returned See Bright Before You Slip Accidents and sickness come like the theif at au unexpected time Be prepared for them with a policy in the General Accident Insurance Co of Phila delphia It will cost you only One Dollar a month J I BRIGHT PERSOJAL r Mr John Kelley was in Lebanon Sunday Mr Frame Wall of Louisville was here Monday Woodson Moss hafe Aeturned- fromSullivan Ind Mr and Mrs George Tucker were iin Lebanon Monday Harry Shiiltz was in BarJs town one day last week Miss Lona Canter of Louis ville js visiting relatives here Miss Katie Hertlein returned from Winchester Saturday J Mr A C McElroy returned rom Kansas City Saturday Mrs Howard Nelson spent the first of the week in Louisville Mr Geogc Irvine Edelen spent Sunday wih friends here Miss Annie l1 Chord is visiting Miss Mary Field at Crescent Hill MISs Dora Brown of Louis l1e is the guest of Mrs ThA Noe y Miss Mary Hamilton of Fred erickstpwn is viiting Miss Sara imms Mrs C W Epperson is visiting Mrs W A Golvin at Bards town Mr Joe SClay brooke spent few days of this week in Louisville Chris Hertlein and Charlie Haydon were in Lebanon Mon day Mr Conrad Hertlein was in Bloomfield Tuesday and Wed r Mrs Kate Williams spent ondayand Tuesday in- ioui villeI j Mr Joseph Green has returned to his home in Louisville after a visit to relatives here Messrs George Robertson and Richard Kelly spent Sunday in Bardstown Mr John Spalding has re turned to Louisville where he will attend medical school lMr George Medley spent several days last week with lis family herePMr Gwin Marks who has been on the sick list for the past week is able to be Out again r Mr and Mrs Will Caskey of Vinches ex rare toe gUests of Mr and Mrs Epperson Messrs Robert and Perry Marks spent Sunday with rela tives hl Louisville Mr and MrsJ J McCabe altal Miss Ellen Gregory has gone to Harrodsburg to attend school at Daughters College Mrs Joryi W Lewis is visit mg her daughter Mrs Fred Manget in Louisville Mrs Durrett of Bloomfield is visiting her daughter Mrs M W Hyatt Misses Lizzie rfnd Bertha Hay don and Miss Ellen Wathen aret attending the Horse Show Mrs Mimms and Miss Maude Marcuin are quests of11r T- MinnearVlIeyH1l Mr Andrew Cunningham and Mr Howard B McElroy are at- C i1thin n on business Rev WiH Williams went to IiW ziIiGCRUMED JjH Whartonwho neighborhood apposition Presbyterian Traosylvania sessionr Ojfj hi1IA HAT DISPLAY 1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OCTOBER t SI ladies Springfield cordially Eachpurchaser Open presented Gold fvafIIMIf1 Louisville Tuesday to participate in the marriage of a friend Mrs Bettie fcjmith of Louis ville is visiting her daughter Mrs Willard Thompson Miss Flaget Simms left Tuesday for Nazareth she swilL attend school Miss Isabell Medley this to attend school at Springfield Nfrs Simpson Roberts went Covingtbn last Saturday to visit her molhei who is v erv Harry Shader of Louisville is combining business anti pleasurE shortstay in town this week 1VirS G C Wharton and Miss Mary Lcebjinins visited friendsI Louisville the first week Miss Nora Bontu othe popular Mt Zionischool spent Sunday with her sister Mrs H BishOp Miss Katie Lancaster To coma Wash spant the firt of week with Mrs Chas lay don 1tiveJR of Bloomfield has entered school at Catharine Mifs Lula Campbell ro sy med hor position with Robert sonCluybro IrE after sever weeks vacation Mrs Finley Scruggs has re turned from Eureka Springs 11r where she spent the summer with her husband who is there for health Mr McCarthy of Campbells ir ry county has return w traveling a long distance uj to have your teeth extracted Ii w S work guaranteed wi Ii D SJ tk i w i a3 3 3 a 3 3 333 ed here and is again with the Peoples Bank Mr ChasID Robertson left Monday for Ft Scott Kan where he will visit Mr and Mrs J C Chescbeir 0 Mr Will H has frthehis old position with Grundy Mclntire Mr J Atkinson one of the substantial citizens of the Card well was m town yesterday and paid the News Leader office a tcall Mr John Hord who has been visiting his mother Mrs Eliza bath Hard here several weeks left Monday for Princeton ac companied his mother They expect to make Princeton their home MrJ Charles Green left Mon day for Coon Hollow where he goes to accept WIth the Willow Springs Distilling Co as bdokeeper Mr Green is a competent young business man and his many friends here predict for him success Rev T D Latimer pastor and W F Neikirk represent 4 the Springfield church at the meeting of Presbytery last week They re port an nt resting Mr Neikirkwas honOre by being elected Moderator of the pres bytery j li Ifan article is Imltatee the original is always best Think it over end you go to buy that box of salve to keep around house get De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original und the name iis stamped every box Good for eczema tetter boile cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store 1idJ f luHJ i U i 11 0111 wit iti I PATTERN ie I I- ff 5 and 6 5 The of and vicinity are sr 5 invited of Pattern Hat orf ff saIng days will be with a Hat Pin g1 t r c i f f t ttt f f ft ft O If Ot 1f where left morning Ill to Ky ill Mn m ins teacher of So i of the Durrett bt has Co al 41 his Eli All t L by when the on I PUBLIC SALE At m7 place on Blodmfield pike one mile fromSpringfield I will on SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 beginning at 1 oclock sell the following property One bay mare in foal to jack n good family mare one Shorthorn cow with calf bv her side one 2horse wagon and harness one Brown cultivator breaking plow buggy and harness housetiolu and kitchen furniture MRS ANNIE LANHAM MOVED have rented the Cunningam 11 formerly used as a shop on Main street and have moved my repair shop into it I can be found there at all times prepaired to do hfarness and shoe repairing Upholster ing bicycle repairing and so forthI also handle sewing ma chines and supplies GEO B TAYLOR Trees Plants Vines Our generall cataloguei of Fruit and Ornamental l Trees Ever greens Shrub Grape Vmas Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruit etc is now reaay on nppl catiooWe employno1 Agents but sell direct to the planter r H HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky DRKINGS NEW DISCOVERY Will Surety Stop That Cough =Ti r 4 lrl ij rr WiJ t 3 W WEARE NOW JPIj ftfti1 jReceivingand openinoiir large Fall Purchases ofcfr + i fPry fSIksq I tI l I t What you see here you can relyI on as being j = the correct style and worth the money we ask 2 i ii New and Large Assortment I01 Outing Cloths Flannelettes Dress Gingbams Galatea i Cloths Aproll Ginghams Sheetings Bed Ticking Table i Linens TJwels Napkins Crashes Slanke e Comforts 4i HosIery Gloves Underwear Knit SkIrts Fascinators c yf I Ws titiI CloaRs Suits and RainCoats ha few days They are now being made for ns with 4 0 fin l TORUSH Intbuy anything in thisjino until see ours You will be well paid for waiting fff J eo+ mm f mi Our mens Outfitting Department is better fhari ertxx We handle the best brands of CLOTHING and SHOES V to be found We vill appreciate a call f Tie RobertsonCIaybiOoke INCORPORATED i w t 44 4S= tli 4WL PAJNL- ollNgENTM No flies or dust to disfigure the freshly painted surface No hot sun to blister it while drying We arcs the exclusive local selling agents for the incomparable Mound City HORSE SHOE PAINT famous throughout the U it1States for its absolute purity iits great covering capacity its durability and its strikingly beautiful finish If you dont care about economy dont use it If yovf do come in and lef s talk it over RED CROSS DRUG STORE L At t The first National Bank SPRINGFIELD KY Gapilhll S30OOOv V It Itt Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO IJ OFFIC1RSB LLltsey President JObnwte iqJiC Prelident I I Ut 5AI C Mcfilroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R E tj J Foster BookKcpper IfJI Purdoni Asst Bookkeeper r DIRJCTORSB 14 latsey J W Lewis W D Claybrqoke rhMayes RH Edelen H M Grundy John OPolin It iiWe grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your busl ness respectfully solicitedrt sss ssw== = a 5 MARKS a GREEN The old Reliable Manufacturers and Dealers in all Rinds of 1 t LUMBER LAThS SHINGLES t sAsiii DOORS BLINDS j i iWe handle the celebrated r 4 t Mixed Cannel Coa1 I 0 Gantbe BeaLi I wearesoleagentsfor 5 ACME CEMENT PLASTER The Best on EarSh1 Prices Right Office and Yards i iioctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky l 1r0i 1 ir v i WE HAVE TO INVEST FOR CLIENTS lok t i STO 1OOQO r ff X ill good Electric or Steam Railway ManuficturiltC 1r Bank of Trust Company propositlbM 03 F WE BUY AND SELL Buy ahd sell entireissuesj of u1 icjpaf1d cOlPOtatl9 i bondiand are prepared tQ iirrish capi1lfura111 ri Ji rious proposition Have oney to loan on any A iji lN It j proposition 1 f I1w GILMORE CO TCELER BUILDIQ LOUISyrLI xy Ai1 r i r Without Bail r I pub1ishedanaccol truction by fire of the home of Nathan Taylor and Bud Casey I Garrard county and the probab ility of their having been murdered andthe house being tired by the murderers Later dt velopmentsc jnfirmcd this theory F and the Coroners irqlost which t washed Saturday found that Taylor arid Casey met their death at the hands of unknownr j partiesSImmediately after the verdict the examining trial of the sus pects was held and drew the largest crowd seen in the courthouse in Lancaster for years in a criminal examining trial After the examination a number- witnesses the arguments r were openeJ introduced py At tort ey Jam si Hamilton aot inn far ihe prosecution He l made the strongest chain Oecir cutnstantial evidence tver in troduced in the courthouse It was proven that John and Jones Simpson and Curb East were nt Caseys house at 1 oclock and the dwelling was fIburned a little after midntehH I Caseywas ordered by three- men about 10 ocoek to go toa neighbors fur matches Shor ly after a passerby beird and recognized Taylors voice ex claim iii Oh Lord have mercy It was showa by a chain of 4 circumstances that Taylor wits f roomiiib aten iL to insensibility then the door was fastened by an outside bolt the lock itself being brought as evidence into court Taylors hrons were bound bya wire that was attached to the rafters of an upstairs room 45 cwo buckets of beans and oats lhalf consumed by fire lying un c dier the charred remains wore also shown to prove that Ue j man had been murdered in the room above where the two bupkeL were Casey returning l with the matches Was mot a door and delt with a iaialtile then the hone was ISblowand was claimed by the prosecution The chain of circumstantial evidence was so completely welded link bflUnk that the zu cused men were held bailS cII The case attracted more jat terition than any other criminal ciise in Garrard county for years and the bst peope of the sec tic wnere the tragedy 1cc re 4denoted an Attorneys fee djj employed J L Hamilton to pros ecutoHarr dsburg Herald Ida Kess llinc1y WBm3n Prht iNo rroman ho matter how refuai Jir features may be can be called P yrettf if her completion is bad Orino Laxative Fruit Svrup aids di Ktion and clears callow blotched complexion by stimulating ihe liver jruitHyrupdo3jis mild awl pleasant to Jjke member then C1e ORJXO ad refuse to accept any substitute tSold bj the Red Cross Drig StoreI t B ware of the Tiger 1 There are rumorktbata treaty ot peace that a- past has been midebythe managers of Coy- Be1diam and the managers cf the Machine which is the Dem oeraticparty in Louisville Heretofore the managers of the McQreary campaign have counted on the Louisville vote i rfiiid their fight against the State Machine and all over the State they have boasted of their opS position to Aie Machine But withjheidqnarters in the 1iOurier Journal bqihluig thy 4C I L Natures G re a t Invention f Oa de banks ob de Amazon faraway fir away Whar Dr Green cits Aupist Flowers to dls dav A1 tickffl doe in Aigtit in ole llra21 alclol Vzikce1au bugs to be dar stilL- r qAugustj FlOwcr is the only medicine 4freefrom alcoholic stimujnts that has been successful ill kcping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestivctappariUl1S inn normal condition and assaiitig naturca 1 processes of digestion separation nn lab iQfponorbuilding anti rebuilding by preventing AM irregular or unnatural aiu15qrff ttnal indigestion catarrhal affecSons causing appendicitis stoppage Cthe flail duct fermentation of unhealthy foods nervous dyspepsia headache con stipation awl other complaints such as colic biliousness jaundice etc i jAtignst flower is natures intended rcg ulator Two sizes 2ct 750 All druggist 1 jlStoDiach No appetite loss of strength nerVous- ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach arc all du to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new dfsc ery represents the natural juices of dIges- tion as they ealst In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsta but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles hy cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening thp mucous membranfes lining the stomach 1 Mr S S Call R Tenswood WVa says 1wis troubled with sour stomach for twenty years KoJol cured ma and wo are now using It In milk for baby Kodol Digests What Yoa Eat Bottles only SIOQSh6 hsldine VA times the trial size whwh sells for 50 cents Prepared br E 0 cWITT CO CH1CAQO Sold bv Red Cross Drug Store have gloatedioyer their Louis vil1 vote Presto change Haw wrought rio one knowSj but all over town the talk is of the new1 support the Goyornor h s received open a1fa covert According to tho program these four tiring are to be WB Haldeman to sUccoed Judge Lassing oh the State Cen tral Committee The Hon Thomas Drewry to succeed O C McChprd as Rail road Comm ssioiler The Louisville vote to go to Mr Hngerlfot Governor- And also to Gpv Beckham for1 Senator j As to Mr McCreftry be will be allowed tQ considtr5the lin gratitude f politics and politician i 4i To the tUvenor we have only a word ofAvardidg best convey ad in the jjvelj kuown lines There v4itajoongladjr Niger WWosmltedasshe rode pn a tiger They cainc br k fyora the ride WithJtkq lady ins lde And the mile on the ft eof th tifrrLou Post v r t V Mnlss CafiBut Et Crt by local aijjpMaatiqris as they cahnot reAch the fliseasecl portion of the ear There is qplY one way to cure deaf ngSs and tbs is by constitutional remedies Deafness la caused by art inflamed condition of the mu ouin inifof thej Eustrchirn Tube When thU tube 4 inflamed YOU have i runt hung souml or imperfect hearinFand hen itis entirely Closed dgafnete i itlberdspltllnd unless tn i inflam mation catatjQ taken out and tbia trbe restored vjtc its normal condition hearing vill be destroy tci for nine casfejj out ot ten ars caused eICatarrh vhich i iis nothing but SIsnrfacesJ i i i SI Halls Cat kbCute cabinet Send for cured bVI Coji jU JhIatIout4Soire Wheat t 4 Whilij Circuit Cerk5Casey- ALlin ras in OKlahopia three weeks ugobe spent Several days nt Ranch 101 Sear Bliss islranchislIv wheatfwhicii iis expectcp To yield 175000 bushels When this crop was eadytormt forty six harvesters oieh ctwt4n a swalet six feet wide Ierc put to woriri Some of these swaths wtrefa mire long Six ilireijsh lug oachinesl veri sot going soHo ingr the b a r yes te r SV About five hucdretl rules ar- uedinthis harvrtaperfeetrtiriny ot hands vjio eat aqd sec p on the tieidsHarro3s burfr Herald it 1 hCrmyouwip You rt alfec that io win ili anvthiap these days r quirevi airei th with mind aidttody in tune A mrinortwoma with disordered digestive orffaos is rot iu Khapj for a days vprk or a days play Hojc Can tth expect to win KodoUj Kor Djs pepijtiicOniRlnsjtt di ottlive jjuices of Ulhhealthy stomach anil will put iImPpi 1budiiV s ladijjwtiorr dytipepBn pur stortiach falpit tion ofiha l irt and constipfitJOO SoldVby tb btd Crow Drugstore i Bank In Trouble J Troube hts cocoa to the Bos ton Banking Ctimpar of Bos toh Icy because oithc dis1 crpditin of drafts glcJotinil11 000 and repron un the total capital slock ft the concern which iras snade oqt in SbicrlRfWB Suiitbpne tiran Presi 1tntJof the Wes nit Kattonal 6anif of thw City State Bank j Eaminei fScott MLV SIof Byripgfield is iiuly st g tiug the diflicuity In the raeantlme tho Smith I brothers having beet iioUfied aC t eta thatTihe draft ictrC di- i hl1orrdtltlrvem1d tit I VVV n paper which is in the hat dsof tile Louisville bank and hopes are entertained that it will be hondred The directors of the Boston Banking Gompiny have further protested their patrons by pledging their private means in papor for tile full amount Most of thfedrafts were made cornipanicsissaid to be conected One of them is said t6 have been drawn on a Porto Rican bank for 7 000 another on a new bank in Mississsippi npt yet ready for business and a third ona Illinois batik that is insolvent The Boston Banking Lompauv has a paid up capital of 15CCO Of this ajl but S40CO invested iu therbulldittg and rfurniture it is said to have been paid out on the drafts No acipn has yet been taken by the officlalsof the bank against the Smith brothers au3 further developments will be awaited or considering such a course The bank recesnlly passed into the control of C S Arnett of Boston who is now President The local option light in the town precipitated a controversy in the bank iesultingh1Arnetls yjetoryHeraldV A Cart This is to certify fhat all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Eoleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or dold It stops the cough heals the Kingfs and prevents serious results from a cold Oures Ia Uiippe cough and prevents pneumomia and consumption Contains no Opiates The genuine Is jn a yellOw pack are Refuse Ubstitaus Sold by the Red Cross Drug torcr AFFUBLIt lAND I WILL ON Satllrday Oct 20O O6 At 2 oclock p mIat the resii apIce of the tate T H Janes in Washington countyTKy about 2t miter Irom Frederickstowr the road leading to Blinco Ion for sale about 200 Acres Of land 46 be surveyed arid sold by thc acre The farm contains some fine tmber and lobaceo land ProspQClive buyers will be shown the place bv applying at said place or tothe undersigned At the saidtIthe and place I will offer for sale about 250 or 300 bushels of corrt Terms made known on day of sale VV JOHN L JAKES Agents M Campbell Auctipneer i Gainv of Flxh 1An number of jHjrsons can nlny this pjnic One p+ ron Is ttVaiid ho stands In the middle ot the floor Ho gives each one x iiuidberiieu says Pisli and gIves u number of one of the persoun lit counts lip to renjiud Utbe person wlto number called does not toll kind of fish bcfonfe the one tlints 1ltr6uUbJ ten he Is It The rime itrres4 on awl the owe who M 5it may say AnlumV In jMjttt etc Tin thing CHitnM be nannMl twkc If so the lcersotho- tys it It liufTnlo DeVoured by Inirctf A atuglevqckl aRt Iwsbceu seen to attack Hud kl1n caterpillar Avhluh ac tually wclshHl as much as tWcuty seven of Its oitpimuuts The driver ante of centywl Africa at times inarch thrwiph tho forest lir solid otuinns- hiuuiiredsVof yards v4de Tuoy stop ht nothing Whatever Is In their way is coyored with Mirage tweets whose- punerul4ftWsl bit like fire A buffalo lias IxHJn found devoured and skdetou laed by thce roistlt M Insects y+liy V-SCtpite the lletter D like a sailor JJccause It follows thesotf O- VhMi a clock oil tiiuKtuIrs danger cos When It runs tiown- VJiy n HrtWliendod man like n Ituanu doc Lie Vmakfl little hair tliatej go a grailt wsyV rtrsI s1nIII11 Conch- fhe Mat ttoah ialinl by the orSliiIIn Is drnwii by eight pure white Ijorae wilh wiilt pru ius and wlllte liniwetisVV hl trVlthit- AS1HI7 goat wit tw it rck aBtvoozIng1 JA llttte boyVtiec I13t inwrftttx- wt nswrtug TIHf lOMfit WW off tH rock both Vy itt rttietnmoekAnd quick buy iMsnentli thy godt was 1511 ya ruIstsSV Stained l S1lacViledloinpt lu8 Will flltmppcar frotf Bflver o rli Jf rttbJcd with wilphurlc acid Atek this Is applied wash the thoutualtoi i thoe Isttmldrin iwlorcstl clotlje iiotnaN IIn what the cirtor may be they vrlM conie out brnliseVfa little liming Is added to the mat rifisiii water IVlicn Cold Starliti In Bout AH artlclas tat aN lieavy or that are AVRiited to VlVvery IUft or wUeru a very Illa t Iraa cnn be used nrq better starchotl with cold VVtertVc1lS Vf Iiil rowf Pie Crust A little rldi f Pt cream rpreztd over the top cnut Ofn pie just before It is put l Ha the eyui will wake It lirowa stud 1ayV I rfl11w SHORT STORIES Two Erynn Stories The English and continental newspapers nrq still pubHshlug stories regard lug William Jennings Bryan whose American originality and good natiiro appear to have broken the Ice of old world formality For instance the London Daily Express without men tioning names the custom in Europe more than America shows how Bryan in one of his hourS of good humor told the nevspnper men many Interesting campaign stories Among other things according to the Express the American campaigner said During a groat campaign I prac tically lived on the railroad traveling 18000 miles In less than three months Sly highest record of handshakes as reported by the American newspaper men was 3000 in one hour During the dfirly days of my career I had violently attacked the governor TIm COVEKNOR SEIZED JIB WARMLY TUK 1IAXP of one state I thought ho would kill me onsfeht Finally I was asked to speak at n large meeting in his state and on my arrival I found to my hor ror that Jie was In the chair Tug assistant rhalrnmti read out uiy name and I stepped forward with my heart la my mouth The governor lookcdnt me fixedly for a few moments and then seizing me warmly by the hand said in a voice loud enough to be heard throughout tho tutu Let me seeordo you slUg or spoakiv It was the greatest snub I have ever hrfll In my life On the other hand I consider the greatest cpnipU ment wits that paid me by an old backwoodsmau who had sat solemnly In front of the platform daring a two hours speech of mint I thought I had made tin improsiliu At the con elusion lie csclaimod That was the bulllcst speech I have over hoard I could see your back teeth all the time Jlccnllctl the Xarne The stngeconrh thnt carrltw Uie mail ctwreiatt Kents Hill and Ilcdffekl stat tloi In Malm drew up along the road skleamlUtt driver aecostetl f little okl inaq wprkhi iu i Held says Every bodys Mgimv Doyou know who Mrs Abby B Brown Is and where sho livesVThe old msik considered Crown Abby B Browu he ixpcated You dont moMii ilr Tolly Brown do you Xo fis Abby B Brown weve got a Utter for her VV nOU any the middle letter U B tlc you I know a whole lot of ISrovrfes that live oii the other side of the rqd but Ujere aint any Abby aniothexii You dont mean Abby B Smith dp yoUSh HVes over No Its Abby B Brbwn Well lint ber aowelio Thanks The stage driver started his hprses but before Uip cbrnei4 was reached n faint ililio caiwed the passengers to twni wound The old tJttu hoc In laind was imrjlulug the sUgc- Browtt lIra AlIVB Brown did jyotf wy Whr I know her Shes my rife5 Vlied n U iyul Example When King Kdwanl visited the Isle of Man a y nr or more ago he was es- cOrted through parts of the Island by Hall Caine the author When his taajcwty WHS shout to depart on tho riyal yndit it wltlilroIS l that a pho tograi b be taken or the royal family and Its IcbtiMl hosts The family of itch Cane was of course Included and when the prints were shown It was found that 1111 Ittlnes young son hud ctMnmltlwl the Indlwrttlon of keeping his hat ott lit the presence of the kli Manx sockty was much shocked at this and lr4V Calne chtdcd hOt boy but he stoutly said But mamma I watched the king and an beVhieit his hat on ItlIo eult rittsburg Press Hopeful it William Allen White says hat the most amuglng personal Iiote that 4jc ever caine ncruas In u country ncwjpl per yas that which last yoar eaMght lila eye while rending a Wlscdimtn pa per The Item was tsomething llle this Xclls Anderson met with a pxlnful accident last weric a fishhook becoir Ing ontnrigled In his eye Neils Is 11l lug attended by Dr Phil Morton who says Ills eye will come cut all right llaryors Weekly IliV vf the SnnUe Thierehi scarcely an nnlnml In all ere ntlon that hun not an Instinctive horror of siiaks onwquently any natuntl ly defeiwelerw ttnlmal that is wise and clever onough to Imimte a snake gains thsreljy a menus of defense that Is apt to prove Very valuable In case of at tack Many of the cat tribe apparently avail themselves of their powers of rtiirnjfiry when face tq Taco with an oiiomy by isoiimmiiiitlie hissing spit tliigzuhtiiliCrs of tiKrfviie There are miricrou fierce animals that would not httltJltc to attitk a catV but would tblttk twice before seeking an ejicqnn tel with nn angry suHke VThe Wildcat has lien home in a hol how tree tnd her tender kittens would laake a toothsome m en for almost any ironIng vlld beast hud their mother no vwy of ftcarliiir ofC1 Intruders Even the oldest will hesitate before Insert Ins inquiring paw when greeted with n IrisH from the angry feline who with ears laid flat against her heid hoi eyes glaring and her tangs ex posed llook tln the darkness threaten ingly like a furious snakeTChlcago csVS Womeft as Well as Men Are Maded Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind disconratrcs and lessen s ambition beauty and cheerfull ness soon kidneys out order or diseased Kidneytroubhchmasbecome it is not uncom 1bomnfH child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if the child reaches an age when it should able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet tiug depend it thecause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy Time mild and the immediate effect of AwnmoRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent ami onedollar size bottles You may have n sample bottle hv mail free also a vigor disappear when the are of that when be upon of are rome osVwpnqst p nrllletV- teihing nIl abu1 Swan Root including many of the thousand of testimonial letters received front sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Uinghamton cr be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but rem mber the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers S1n Root and the ad dress Binghamton Y on every bottle PEOPLE OF THE DAY The Cnbun Insurrection The gathering of several United States warships In Cuban waters osten sibly to protect American Interests may have a deeper significance It Is belayed that President Tomas Estrada Pal ma will seek asylum aboard one of them In case the situation on the Island becomes desperate Such an Incident of course ivoulQ be the first step toward Intervention President Roosevelt Is keenly alive to the progress of the revolutionary move ment In Cuba nnd the responsibility of TOMAS ESTBADA PALilA- the United States In case the conditions grow worse iaiid Intervention becomes necessary Authority for Intervention in Cuban affairs Is contained In the third article of the Platt amendtnent adopted by congress in the army appropriation bill of 1902 which reads That the government of Cuba cot sents that the United States may exerr else the right to intervene for the Ipres ervation of Cuban Independence the maintenance of government adequate niUIIInl1hltlUIIJlbcrt the obligations with respect to Cuba Imposed by tile treuty of Paris on heI nndllmdcrtakeu haVs Took Hint For Brother Congressman Llewellyn Powers of Maine besides being a millionaire Is a man of striking appearance Being tall Jean with high check bones and wearing his Vwarec black hair long be bears soiae resemblance to the aborig limos of this CO-fltlliVCiltVOne day while traveling on a Maine railroad whert Indians and minis tars ride for half tare Mr Powers mot a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe in the smoking car and started in- tot question his copper colored constit uwnt as to his manner of living and how he liLcd the tribal relations In MztIneVAfter sOme minutes of talk Mr Powers asked By the way Which of the two tribes ttoyou bcrohg toVMyself bin all Passamaquoddy re plied lie Indian Sat tribe was you hhlrVVBefore the Boston drummers vho sat In adjonlng seats had finished laugh lug Mr Powers discovered that he hail urgent busincs which calleil him to tlie Iullioan Jlochester Herald Venltlt of Yung Ziegler William Ziegler of New York adopt ed son and heir of the lute promoter of polar expeditions bnMi flu Income Of 1515 per Jliy hissing the computa tion at the low rate of 4 per cent in terest on Ida Inheritance of more than 13000000 Out of the fortune of 1GCG919S left by Into William Ziegler to the boy who 1JCnrsVhii niitu aud who was but fourteen years old whtu4 Mr Ziegler died In May 1905 2185080 his been WILIIA5I ZIEOLEIU paid by the executors la settlement of actions to have time will declared In D Lrnnrmruib t4e tliV 7 EAL ESTATE FOR SALJJ r BY McELROY WHARTON f 4J VS I SPRINGFIELD KY No Go 170 acre farm located 5 miles from Springfield right on iike- good dwelling arid barns 50 acres ift Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 86000 No 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fen ediand in good state of cultivation Price Q000 No 07 320 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 roOm dwelling good barn U acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 No 118 acre farm well llocated right on pike well fenced and well improved IJricc 35 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well located Price S16001 No 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 No 71 23a acre farm welUocated and wel improved lies well amid is as good asithe best Price tiOVSNo 72 2110 acre farjin welTlacatea good farm and lies well and mostly in grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant louses good stock bai ni11I tObacco tarn plenty of tobaccJl lId 10acres good timber Pfi985OperaocVV i3 395 acre farm well located right oh pike and railroad This farm ellingSI1nndvNo 74 160 acre farm miles northj of Springfield good dwelling anti Larrj 55 acres of bottom land well watered and Price per acre 25iiV No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 roonji sitacresPrice 20 per acre j No 76liOacre fargiV situated mile frothSpringfield well iinprove1iI nice dwelling barn and all necessarV 75acre arm located at MacI yule first class dew improvements every kind all good land all lies v e fIand mostly in grass Price 50 gharnsgood tenant house place well fenced and watered PriceiKJo 95 210 acre farm 150 acres In 20acrfsof9fSpringlle81 acres located 5 miles iron dyeiingl f cultivatioh Price 2500 91 50 tcre farm 3 miles from Springfield good small house aid outbuilding strictly a tHee t place Price 5000 MSon fcoses ia pst 12 months utrr s = The youthful ihi tlniilllonnlre Is ithe son of Geprge Brandt of Chicago halt brother of the late William Ziegler His mother died when he was an In ant and he was adopted 1J his undo Until the latterte death the boy supposed Julia to be hisather knowing Mr Brandt his real father as Ubclf J Young Ziegler Is nEw In eollega Uc proposes using much of juts great for tune In carrying out the polar enter prises of Ms foster father bltitc Terms Defined A days Journey was about twpnry three nut onefifth miles A Sabbath days Journey was about an English unleVA cubt was1 nearly twentyttwo Inch telV J A hands breadthis equal to three and fiveeighths lnches VA fingers Lreadtli Is equal Inch tron VA shekel of sliver was about 50 ceuthVfA shekel of goltl wasS A talent of silver A piece of silver or aj peunyejwas13 centsV t JJV J Afrthjmk was V 41te wits less thm1n quarjer of a cent VfA gerah was a cent An c flhft Uith qonjalns soyn gal 16n c pints Irj A Wn was one gallon and two pints A JlrSln wits seven lpljnts An outer was six nlntiV r Queer SIt TheY have no salt iii Lnplanid and the people use the hark of time lr tree as substitute They Peel the bark from the tree carefully reiuoive the eplderiuls aunt then dlvPde thp inner bark Into thin layers The layers are exposed to the sun during their short but hot summer until they ute thor oughly dried and are then tojrn Into narrow strips and placed tiii boxes made of the fresh bark or other trees The bOxes are burled In the sand where they are allowed to remain for three days The second day tires are made over the places where the boxes are hurled the lieat from which pene trates deep Into the sand tunis the fir bark a deep red color anil g it a pleasing taste ad Odor the boxes are taken up the JQtsleg are pounded Into a coarse poKler the liipps use this as we use but more sparingly lujcause itI takes so much trouble to pccimireit iIFew Thin s Worth Knojrlnjr r Spinning wheels were luvemeillu the year 1550V i Bjiroinetors were Prat used by Tor rlcclli In the year 1070 The Paris mllllucrj hat rpm which nit modern millinery hiltS cpme was concocted In the year 1401 The first balioou was imadp by Etienne Jlontgolfler of JAnuonay France In the year 173 Time earliest recordof thqexist jnce of the mariners compass wds found In iiCrt But the Piitiihch nntipiir to haeJ had knowledge ortt many t f H stslPUflb9tUfl Io njeat house buggy house milkhouse farm well wateredand fenced A firstclass farm onehalf mile from Mackville Kliright on the pike This farm5s improved in e ery way new 8room dwelling house tjwo tenant houses good stock and tobacco barns cribs etc This fann pearly all lies well and is in a high strICt1yasomeonei3tightWe also have for sale a 330 acre farm located 3J miles front Springfield Ky The improvement on this place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbu lid ings There is on the farm a good orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of tobacco land and some wateIjedPriceNo 78 80 acre farm located in dweJIngfoobarnal1lfibs well arid convenient to school- and church Price S2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind ne5tkveuI83 100 acreslocated2 miles north of Fenwick good dwelling and to bacc 0 barn mostly iIn grass plenty of tobacco land Price 92600 84 96 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield Ky good im jprovemerit of every kind Land all lies well new place Price S5D per acrej98 50 acres iand 1 1llocatedr near Mt Zion church all good tobacco land good 4 rpom dwelling barr 36x40 place well watered good orchard Price 1000 newfdwellingv l 2000V r Vacre farm good box house well new ban plenty of tpbacco land right on the railroad Price 1600 107 140 acres located 3iJ miies from Springfield good dwelling and barn all good land Price45 per acre 108 60acres land all lies well small house and barn Price 2400 109 J40 acre farm new of every kind farm mostly n soW ZAML5 E Prwldeat Gcml I J85 191 acre farm locate 5 roUesInorth of Dwelling and barn land all lies well well fenced VV and v- 8f per acre 50 acre farm miles of Spr ng field nice small dwelling good barn land all lies well and mostly in grass Price 3000 r I 87 210 acre farm near IJaud KyT Good farm AH good land Good 41 ilprovement of every kind well tfenced and watered right on thepike Puce right and terms easy 88 65 acre farm located ifi miles ftom Springfield Kyi right on the pike Price 2000 89 135 acre farm one mile from Springfield Price 90 125 acre 14 miles South of Lou isville Ky nifce place well improved lie well one mile from railroad station t 99 160 acre farm located If miles from Springfield Ky right on the pike all lies Well Good small house good barn and place well watered r 425 per acreS li and cistern good orchard and alliJ kinds of small fruit 10 ares creek V bottom Price 30 pe acre ii proved dwelling 2 tenant houses 2 Jbarns located right on the pike 7I Price 860 per acre fromSpringju station all good land mostly in grassy 20 acres of creek bottom good house rbarn 103 140 acre farm good ments of every kind both stock and tobacco and barn all In grass 8 acres of bottom land Price 2750 fi 1M 250cre fitrm well improved I all lies well and in grass right on thfPike2 miles from Springfield 8401 K1i1i iigrassacreSTown r3 A vfbeautiful 7 room dwelling Maui A well equipped two story dwelling on Covington AvenueJust completellf nicely furnished modern equipp 2d with light and water Price S275o Four room dwelling on Virgiila Avenue Five room dwelling on nue lot 7rf ft front 500 ft deep fr Modern 7 room dwelling located foil drundy avenue water and IfgtttSi nice lot good stable and other outs bauldings Price 3500 Four nice cottages located on railroad Price 3750 it r To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine TIQts IITake fIjgfl GeorgeV asitWS30 T improvements Springfieldv wateredPricfr35 improver Property GrundyAtte Louisville is Boominffl fa VILLE ithln radius of only 6 mOesf Itlaeds the WORLDs in the manufctsring of jeans farm wagons sawerpJp woodla oos audio pmducieg and sole leather oemsi tobacco ax bndlesaod supplh Is the home of the largest orzatt factory In the world the largest soap factory in the South and one of the largest plow fee tories in the worM and has a inter urban hues LeuiSYillds acity yULHOMESI its city property valuation ti 200000000 It hastbe perk maf and is the home of the LEADING CON Enroll at thIS Sch9 do THOROUQH workrand never is ties was to CataloeiMffnt L IRYilTL Ifl1IIESOLLEE KYV L bU- J Webers Famous fromMdwellingstock Springfield iJffnew c3k Long distance lines and telephOnes of Company liable you talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana W can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the ofthis great section of the country We solicit patronage Rats reason able Equipments and facilities passed CALDWEUL LELAND HUME 6w1 MgT Clna 1rnT1Iwr Beys on every I =DOYOUXItOWI 1THESE 5VJIBOtrr neocI 35000OLOUISV bADdlioc whisky plorabws Louisville ctric SUUTJ grinded JM11ynlflcentWORLDS MERCIAL SCHOOL lnwantofagoodposItionInOOeiInterptisinL inyMtis STATTOI LOUISVILLE CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH nicoeaora7VV this to people your unsur hc7At I oloo J l Kintuetys GreattMsU- EXINGTON ri OCTOBER 2la Battd TDWEhSPVVt J ll Gr COO tj 21000 Futurity Oct Z Great 200 Pact Oct JI 5000 Transylvania Oct 4 3XOWab HaU CYct8 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct 9 l j ONK OR MOlliE lTAKK DIIV Half Fare on ALLI RIIrOdSIbito f 1- j