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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t AES7ALLJSllED S tt I IN 18838 i t0 I J VOL XIII WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 18 1906 1 S i00 PER YEARHEW SERIES r t JLvflRIFvTRIISTYb4r fS OENTISTOffice J ntal work atreasonable prices JJThwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY 0 OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south east of exington 59 miles from CfOuisville on Bardstown branch of JLouisville and Nashville railroad in i farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber jafcls Pop ation 1100 population of county 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative Kentucky Legisi t ature Ion W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harrr Lancaster Lebanon KY County Directory Circuit Court CIRCUIT COURTJMonday in February be iH Thurman Judge R L Durham Commonwealth At1 I orney Robt A Noe Clerk M G Leachman Master commiss oner IlQUARTERLY COURT f i Quarterly Court is held on the third ifonday in each month Bl It Litsey Judge Jy BOUNTY COURT County Coirt meets on the fourth MTonddy in tteh mouth BL Litany Judge frF Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Sam Anderson H B Powell I Herbert Eddleman Deputies Ed Masters JamesF Moore County Surveyor T P CPBryan Assessor YT ilitcheli Deputy Robert Toe Treasurer 34Montgo1nery Coroner fV Bush Snpt of Common Schools PQ Siylncfield 1 CITY COURT James It Noe Police Judgerc John Grace Marshal W F Grigfeby City Attorney tj JUSTICE COURT Jntice Courts are held in January AoriK Julv and October J ChUrch Directory METHODIST CHURCH I Rev ti W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sunday 3in each month at 11 a m and 730 SunIayScliOl m every Sunday atlO am Prayer meiflg every Wednesday- aJght CHOLIC CMJRCH RvPF Hennessav Pastor Ser Sand 10 oclock vices every Sunday al xm Services at St Rose same hour CHRISTIAN CHURCH 1 Gtcl Ecici i R vAVT alctn ever Sunday f B1TERIAI CIlORCU xBeV RE T D ILatimer Pastol- Freaching every Sunday at 11 ama tlmflit 7 pm Sunday school every fa unday fti 10 nm Prayer flktfI- every Thursday oveninc at 7 ocb- BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Win Harrieon W illh v Fab4 breaching every Sunday at II am- and 715 pm Sunday School every- uoday at 930 am Prayer meeting eVrY Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders MASON4C LODGE Springfield lodJc- No50 meetS first and third Mouda- 3eLach month- Washington R A Chapter No meets every sccciml Tuesday Springfield Council ilo52imeeison yervtourtbJdondayz j KNIGHTS of THE MAC tIEES 1 n i IT f h J FfllFYSrilLbl HKIDIIEYOOREof J Bladder disease that is lleyond the reach of medi fccine Take It at once notriskhavingBrightsDiseasc ftpiothing gained by delay S0c and f100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES o Fi r sae b R dCri s Dr g tf t 1w rwr r Thin NEWS LEADER N042SPRINGFIEID iWVWWmnw iro l fiW tnnW iiW i A ROUND OF TALK 1 1 ii MM9 C M flW MJ M5 M5 MM A Vision Talk abbut the jjois of autumn l lam ready to relate That theyve gotcingood and plenty Down In old Mlssquri state Djwn in fertile old Missouri Where the juicy possums hmhvTheyre a having lots o pleasure Pawpaw and persimmon time Mr Possum in thej oven Sweet potatoes in the grease Simmon eauce a gently stewin While our appetites increase Corncob pipe a vraltin handy And thecider in its prime Old Missouris in her gory Possum and peisfmmon time I have heard the tree of knmyledge Was in facta pawpaw free Which if tniecon ones Eves actiona Couldnt help it dont yiu see 0AndNow is in its fros yprimeDAnd theyre happY in Missouri Pawpaw and persimmon time Jrhe Commoner I JT OADS We have often Jv mentioriedj the fact in this column that he Good Road Pe Ipaltmentof the Government rposo build one mile of I oadin any county that so de sires it to act asIan object lesson i in the art of good toad buildingS Several public spirited citizens bave taken up the matter of sea miring such a rdad for Wash ington county The coaniy judge and the county attorney are to be urged tio take the mat of terup with tlhe government authorities who we understand are reedy to do thewotkat anytime as the proper application is made IL is thought that the ofItI jreat value as a object lesson but put in the propel locality will lead to othpr road xtanlions A local ion for this sample of- tr adHias been suggested which Is adgood ope aRd may lead to the enstructfon of a good turn- iketQapi saction of the county wbereitjsbadly neeaed It ist proposed to hive the mire of oad constructed out on the oldt JJimtown road beginning at the Perryvnlep k a xiI above Springfield and expending a- nile southward It 4s then thought that with some help from the count the citizens in thatsectton willipitcn in and help build a good rod int Spring field This will be of direct benefit to our tcpn for as it now siauds people Ifving equal dis tauce between this plate and Lebanon prefeij going to the latter place on account of1 having a b2ttr road tto travel f r V URLEY SOCIETY Another JL effort will be made this sear tto organize thf Burley tobacco growers of Kentucky for the i itcontrol of pricsand the Burley Tobacco Society unJertheau spices of the i American Society fEqui y will make an effort to adopt in the dev district the Same tactics til it haye succeeded in the dark tobacco section cf Western Kentucky A meeting of the growe1 of Kentucky Indiana Ohio and WestVirginia has been called to meet in Winchester the first three lays of November to make arrangements for handling the crop Permanent headquarters will beopQnQdj in that cLy for the propagation If of the plan A citcular letter has been addressed to the to bacco groweis of the district in which the plan is set lorth It 57 is troposed to pool the tobacco and m et the c6tdtion of having one buyer asit iis claimed now teXIstswith ore seller It afo stated that in 1903 the United States raised 6380387i9poucds of tobacco an4 Kentucky alone produced 22897542Q bounds of that amount and the price real ized per ppuddJbeing seven cents wbich is boo ajid one half cents E Ies45 than the avjbrage as a wliole which was eight and onelfblil cents per pound of this amounj our Burley district planted not 159 091 acres resulting in a crop wbjch Ridded 162274842 pounds fdr iiich we received Do seven tenls urby toba2coi 1i oid commensuratefor a ptice is with its peal YOilue should bring J at least twelyjb cents per pound If the Bu ley growers wee or gnizd asihe dark lrowers are r ttey cod llaVo raided the p ice of the 1904 crop fully five cents per pound which would have meant an additional profit to the growers of 685206125 WeI believe that but for a series of unfortunate blunders on the part of would be organiz rs which has shaken confidence thett obacco men would now be organized and in a position to command g sod pdcest Doctors Sail He Wfl HolQye Peer Fry Woddraff Tr writesV After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still getting worse tbe doctarby advised me if lihad any business to to I had better attend to it at oocc asil could not pbsfibly live an mouth as there was no cura for Foleys Kidney Cure was rec mrpended tome by a friend and I immediately sent my son to the store for it and after taking tnree bottles a began to get better and ctntlnue tonl iihprove until I was entirely welloj W itwWill A special from Washncrton to J the ouisille Post says Three important Kentucky Postmaster appointments will be held tip until after the election They Danville Nicholasville and Harrodsburg All have been t pendih for a number of weeks but it is stated at the Postoffice Department that the excitement a poliiical campaign such as is the Kentucky one is not regarded the proper atmosphere to no make such important appointments in Appointments in these cases at this time n igiit have great Juflcence upon tba1 results of i he election and as nobody knows which way a given appointment might swayB Qthe voters the heads of the Postp office Department thick it a safe policy to wait awhile Then too tie election may p sibly change j the refereeship iin certain cases o ihe department will wait for fltheatestAdvocate Taxpayers Notice Your taxes for 1908 are now r dueiandthe pemOtv villgo oriI Nov 1 Under the new law which recently went into eff ct after novembof 1st your taXES can oof be paid tom and a tax warrant will be issued againsc you bythe county clerk and ex ecued withm ten days thereafter making aij additional cost to youc of IS per cent Come before Nov1 and save cost of pxecutiop and sale J S Osbourne Sheriff of W C Notice to Farmers Nov is the time to begin to use Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy if you want to keep your hogs free from disease We will sell you a gallon of this remedy you can use iit for thirt lays and if it does not keep your hogs iin perfect health during this time you need not pay for the medi cine Isnt this the fairest proposi tion you ever heard of Costs only 5 cts per month breach hog and tbeI extra gain in flesh caused from its use more than pays for the cost of the remedy C JHaydon Springfield Ky Early Snow IfThe earliest snow in probably a quarter of a century fell here Wednesday rooming for some time between the hours of nine and ten oclock It was very lightbutthe flakes at several times were quite large TheI beautiful meltedas fast as its struck the ground however Though the sky was overcast with clouds which portended an old fashioned snowstorm andII the atmosphra seemed tinged j snow1diddayThe thermometer hovered around 45 all day longJj One of tthe most remarkable eau es of the snow tbIS early in OctOberthE 10this the fact that this section has as yet ex perienced no frost It is indeed that snow flies before Jack Frost has paid his first visit Records kept here fail io show a single instance in recent years a snow fall has been expe rienu d before frost It is in lere titfg note the earliest dote of frost anti snowfall here The reooru for the past three years shorfs 1905 First frost Oct 21 first snow Dec 1 1904 First frost Oct 27first snow Nov 13 1903First frost Oc 25 first snow Nov 13 Od weather prophets who t1ew oosebone efficiency declare that the early beginning of the wintry season foreshadows a hard long very coldwin ter They say that this first cold snat may be a forerunner I of others to follow and that will still be many pleasant days in Indian Sumner this month but that the frigid blasts blow more bitingly than ever and the icy paths will be piled higher with thE snow ills than for several seasons Ky Journal When a horse s overworkedit lies down and in other ways declares its Inability to to further you would consider it criminal to use force Many man of hum u impulses who would willingly harm a kitten is guilty cruelly when his own stomrcb is concerned Overdriven Overworked hn what it needs is something that will digest the food eaten and help the stomach to recuperate i pePBia1thatStore Enforce the Vagrant Law Thgr is a plain 1awiin Ken tucky against vagrancy Yet we rarely ever bear of it being enforced Elizabathtown and every other town in Kentucky infested with a band of bth Ij whit and negro men who have visible meins of suppoit says the Elizabethtown News They stand around on the streets squirt tobacco juice on thp w side walks and tell vulgar stories Ladies have to stop and wait for h them to get put of the way U ass Tbey lounge on the de pot platform and o her places and are a general nuisance B They not only dont work but ji they wont work Farmers have been about town looking hands to cut corn while these le tilling loaftrs stand around and refuse a dollar a day for honest labor They are supported in their idleness by those who do work or else they steal We be- Lievethat the vagrancy law was was put upon tlie law books to be enforced and we would like to see it enforced Ii would be the proper thing to apprehend allotl of this loafing gang and if they ell nut show that they hive visible mans of support put them on the ioejc pile for a lpw days It will Irave a salutary effect and it will also help to gather the corn crop Womans College The announcement that the Northern and Southern Synods otthe Presbterian church have united to establish a Womans College of Kentucky at Danville will be glad tidings not only to our people but to the people 6f the entire State and especially those of the Presbytoriarichurch The two branches of the Presby terrian church have unjted iia control of Central University here and now that iliey are tp Unite a Worn ms College it is plain to be seen that the tune is net far distant when the tlyvi branches of this great denomina tion will beciino one and the 1CollegeII EpctalililDanyi1lc ft We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure bloodthin blood debility nervousness exhaus don you should begin at on e with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor 3knows itttoo Ask him about it Unleu there II dally action of the bowel poisonous products are absorbed cauiliiR lieaa aclie blllousiioss nausea drspepsla and tliu preveutlns the Sarsaparilla from doing Its belt work Ayer are liter pills Act gently all vegetable 5 Hade by J Ayer Co Ixrcrell uaoI Also manutioturers of 9 yersWe baTOTio secrets We publish the formulas of all our medicines z LOCATED The Site Selected For The NewjCfeamery and Work of Building Will Begin Immediately The site for the new creamery for Springfield has bsen selected and the ground will be br irenI soon for the construction work The lot which was donated by Mr E S Majes JrM is located on the East side of the Perry vilfe road a short distance beyond the road leading to the rock quarry on Mr Mayes place The lot containsabout anace of ground and will afford peaty of room for all needs of the creamery As stated in our issue JasL1 week the stock in tbe creamy company basal b en subscribed as MrtAfcF Howe who is to have charge of the construction work ftp the Hasing Industrial Co is ready to begin work on the building as soon as the mate rial can be put oq the grounds Mr Howe says that it will take six weeks to complete the build ing after the start is made A coldis much more easily cured when the bowel are open Kennedys thelbPSystem iin youn or old Sold by the Red Cross Drug SCore Successful Sale lTbebgHavdon which took place on last Wednesday wasone ofthe most successful sales ever conIdueled in the county The sale was well adverlised and iri cor sequence the crowd offbu5 ers s a large one Col T D English acted nsauctioqeer with Uc ual abillty The land saILwOre as follows 172 acres torr4 Mayes at 00 15 per acre 13765 acres to J R rbernt 13800 13085 acres to Albert Hamilton at 40 00 90 9 acres lo Bjron Croak atS2750 The live s pck all sode1 epe3ialiy Inrses Jahd mule Tfoe following are some of the best sales To Henry Edelen two brood mares at 120750 and 202 respectively To Dr A M Shieifk mare Lady Dare for 230 and a yearljng colt for 90 To Frank Peters yearling coltI for 120 and a suckling cot for 100 JR Cnner bought a two year od filly at 5168 Mule c J1ts sold high the highest sales msltLttwoyoar old mule at 165 Tom Hamilton bpught a yearling horse colt at S104 Several broodmares were dispcsftd ofat from 00 to 145 Tvcntysix head of choice breqeiug e e and one buck soidto rienry Edelen at 8 per- heads Tile Ostime party also- bought22l head of second choice 1atA YoQfli Moto at 70 My mother has suddenly been made oungat70 Tenty- yeais of intense suffering had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric fitters which have completely cured and restored the strength and activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gil patriclr of Danforth Me Greatest restora tive medicine pn the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood amI cures Malaria Biliousness and Weaknesses VVonderlul Nerve onic Rrice 50c Guaranteed by C J Haydun druggist MAUD Delayedl So much ims been said about the recent heavy rains thai wo will not tire the readers by de scribing it ii this section sutfics- Cis t J say that the river wa higher than it las been for quitl- a lap e of time and the fill to the brie wai badly needed If we tire as long ini ttlkhg of md get ii g iif as wewretha bridge isell it will be some time b fore we are beneStied by either It seems as if the people oJ our little town are having terious seige of sickness A number aro just recovering from the inich dreadrei typbpid feyr wI en nov a number of the SiS children are stricken with scar let fever Mr Everett Wake field who has been very ill oi typhoid is slowly improving Miss Hallie Huston is also pn the rqad to recovery but Mr Willie Huston ventured out jo son and is suffering a relapse Mr and Mrs Neale Bodine and Miss LiiI Shehan of Bloom field visited Mr Peter Stlejian and family Sunday Mr John Virgin aria fife were guests of Mr William Duncan and wife near Bloomtield Sunday 1 Miss Well Andrews has jref tturned home nftera visit to her sister Mrs Edith Duncan j atJ Duncans Hall Mr Walace Seayand wife1 of Valley Hill spent Sunday with Mr E S Goatley and wife Our school isi progression gB nicely under the management of Mrs James Cbe tham I was closed a week on account of tthe scarlel fever but ha reopen ed Wa tn na cOPa rJ1fHoro Pu u LUUI1L invitation to appear often in the O N C and tfeariilv return the complimant Miss Bessie Stttle has beit Dn the sick iist but we are gnd to report her out again Miss Della Virgin wag called home last Hiiday lthe ilness of hqr un e Mr Albert She alJJ We are sbrryjodeed to hear of Unos illness and ulso to learn lthat the troubleis with his heart We learned that he has offereil a 5 reword for therecovrry clj his heart so presume he has lost it- lIiss Josie Shehan was in Blooinfield Saturday While Mrs Type Flaugbcr was visiting her parents in the Western rcfttof the state her little daughter Jennie Mae was stricken with diphtheria and died in a short while She was a bright pretty child of about nine Vhorb summers and loved bI all butt has always been very delicate The bereaved p irents relcommuoHYrel Insurance Insurein the Farmers HOme Insurance Company of Junction City Kythe only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full jya Good Sale il ilT E Houtcheti i ChaplinKyt sole to Lawrence Jones of Lii isyille the grand show mire Francis Wilson Jane by How Bells the price given bang 5000 This great mdre came so near to defeating Mr Jones Poetry of Motion at the Jate Horse Show here that it vas thought best by that gentlemen to pick her up or she migit gn e trouble at the Madison Square Show The mare will be handed by W H Roberts who iis in charge of Mi1 Jones stable t1 Farmers Home Ji urnill 7W 1JOfl 1 JOf I i RoyIaakiltt Vower Absolutely PureDISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF t TARTAR BAKING POWDER Royal does not contain an toni of phosphatic acidihich is the product of bones digested in suIVv phuric acid or of alum which is J t onethird sulphuric acidy substan f7 powders I POVDER to NEW FAGhost Story valley Hill G jr Dear readers did any of you ever see a ghosY Ifs J OU fair itnagmerhpw the Briber felt wheh lie underwent the fcllovin or deal rcnly Io wast n clikrainyi niglt only a woek or two olhat I was all alfhe ridir i my ever faith ur pet horse through an unfieiuenkd pass way tined on eachi sde by thickes which trdJed grentv to thagkon cf the dark evening whim all of a sudden Pet gae a swerve and plunged backward iryiog seem ingly to unseat toe unskied rider However after talking and patting I reduced her adIvancefw moments before thqobject df fright was discovered when to my surprise in the road only a short disu nce ahead was my ghb 1 There between me and tome aud advancing upon its hndfeet presumable for ferocV ous fighting came something thatin mine imagination w as a mountain Jiqportiger and brain was trying In yam to evolve e planof escape What was to be done Tie 9b jeetcime nearer and neater snapping and laaping h5wev r very slowly yet surely ana had lost all hopes Yet I sud denly became poscssed with a desperate resolution to do or die and accorfmgy tried to force Pet to plunge rash the ghost and by flaet riding each borne in shreLyIt was tono avaiJShe seemed mystified CK horrified with every nerv a a quiver yet muscles set firm as death in prm determination1 to never advance toad what seemed tp be rei tain desth Remember kind reader I was far from borne with my road blockaded by the already des cribed animal 8r what I didnt know Alter finding thgt1 xc I Why 60 Away IJ t iI From Home i Sl To Buy Furniture yhen you haverighto f here in yo rHoiTown a t Complete Line of fine furniture 5 from which to make a selection It is no idle boast when I say that IIcan sdIFurnitue td home peoplet tand give better goods for less money than they an get by going to Louisville or elsewnere Those wKo tried it will endorse what I say IIalIl now j getting ett in the biggest stock of tt Furniture Rugs Chairs Etc I have ever handled and jjwifi make prices that will move them GIVE ME A TRIAL iTHB FURNITURE MAN MXi 55 Ii OO 1 trSpBSCR i IEAR 1S1GtI 4 t my I must reort to some means of escape or d fence i turnedan1 and rode back a few yards and j leaped t3 thje ground procuring some rocks again mounted and J made a dashforhomeorf a fight The latter Resulted and I warn victorious The first throw i t planed a ttwo poijnd rock square rly io the ftco of my opponent stretching him full length upon T ftc sol beneath dead rlia my ffright Ihad slain a poor l little inocent muskratibout the t ffIsize of a full grown rabbit UNO t q Neck Broken Mac Semonis of thia plscei f j 1f 4yeterdayfoclock by the wheels df a heavy wagon passing over his iieckp trHe had been to Bouna Vista fi h with a load or flour from the 1 the mill of HXJr Smith SaM aad v4sretusn in home on the v it 1f3urginCarter Rose the high wa oa i t11downto the ground both wheels pasted rsmallr JIforwa Ujt dead when help reached him f He was driving pair ofmules H and the first report that r cbedt j r here was that the animals had Jtr run and f 11Buf t tifijthreeCorking for H 0 mith aooJ flof this place as teamster for seV feral years He was a widow r1 anljeaves one smallon wto had been making his home with I t Mrs Loiela Threlkeld Cor Jner Gibbs was noti1l arid left J br Burgin imrnediatly to iew J i the remains HarrodsbarrHerw f aid f ck h PUBLIC SALE lF rr 1 llj LAND L I WILL Oft t V h- SSSatllrday Oct gO 06ft At 2 oclock p m at th rest r + aeice of the late T H Jaw rii nWashingtont county Ky aboit l2 railer irom Pre ericktlipwD a the road leadiat Blnco l offer for salO aotJ 2oo4Lw1to- be r surveyed ti3icftd by tttt acre The farm QMLUiDs sosie r dne tmber and iofcce last h Prospective b ttUfbevko i the place bjAM M g a4 said place or to ikt iir iyn+ i J IAt theiid titaesd plac I wll offer for sale aJlWHit 2iO or J iJOO bushels of cora i Terms made kiowa caJay of jale JOHN I JANJM AjMiv j M Campbell Act sw If an artfcl fe Mate tolIialt s alway beatTaialck or sp4 Kff twytat W vhenyuo au 41 tM hsie Vitti Witek 1toel 54ls It r rigliiil k IHIt its yry box Good fee seaQU cut sd biiiei I cdmaieddc for pile aoldJ Red Eros Irop Store r 7 rTru1wrwuru- iiT lift NEWSLEADER- r KVEKY TMUMDAT L A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY t E L BAVISON Jr1 TM r IHWB M Botlces 10 cents per I eta iibeqitinrtion ii 4 Call m candidates nd political matte M wrk Is dose at low rates but cash t i 11 laid o fliieij cl gofcf A TWtlimK contracts made on liberal 1 111 rezpetEL J1OfON Ctmtr M1stratet 350 OIItrletOMeesoi Koo E OCT 18 1906 tTfltJRSDAY For Congress J We are authorized to announce M L HEA RIN L of Ohio county asa candidate for C10ngress from the Fourth Gji reisjJ ional district on the Republican ticket Eectlon November 61906 We are authorized to announce i Robert Noe- as a candidate for the ofllceof Clerk of tile Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratic party The latest thin to occupy the attention otJthe political pubic in State politics is Haleys let ter The lletter was unearther publishedrin the Crusader at Frankfort P cupleOfweeks ago Owinga f its direct bearing on Gov Becky J ham andjiis attitude on temper ance and other questions it has ceated quite a slir Haley j djniea its authenticity and says it is a fcrgery but is having a bird time ccn iricing some peo pie that iF1Si not a genuine IT article The letter as itls being circulated over the State Is as follows state of Kentucky Adjutant Gen erals office Frankfort Ky March 21 1906 Judge John M Lassingr Bur lington Ky Dear Judge Your letter to hand Dont be alarmed about the State Journals charges of bribery against the rectifyers or at Gov i iB ckhams hint for an investigation pu are right it might embarrass us t9o and Beckham and all of us know fit We know there has been dirty work among the rectifyers but we are just using that to bluff them to pass the tax bill for we must have d more money to meet the big increased appropriations or the voters will I kick out t So you see outward looks dont k count for much and the Chief knows wlatheis doing We will get more c money by this deal keel the country in line and then well get the rectit fyers and others back so as to stil have the city org ni1ations safe I f f The temperance MIl was worked 4thesame way We all fought that bill but when we saw one had t6 J ass and that passing the county bill wjth all the big cities exempt will satisfy tie liquor people in the ities and the temperance folks in the country and safely put the whole matter out of politics which as pretty sftnooth work for the leaders we just delivered the goods to both sides Beckham will do I now as then and therell be no iinves- tigationp either With kindest re t i igards I am very truly your friend r PJHC1I HAL 1 The letter was obtained by Noel Gaine who was at one time connected with the A tor ney Generals office Just how he obtained pjsession of it he does pbt state but be lias the t JI origioaltand has had photograph 4copiesnude of it and those fami lur with it do not hesitate to say that the signature of Percy 4i1y is genuine There has been seyeral things in Gov Beckbams career Iota by his Juggling with the Sunday closing of saloons in Louisville r l that has caused him to be susr 1 jpectpdof being a double dealer F This last charge unless he sue rceeds in cearinghimsef shoulu forever open the eyes of the I Ipeople to Beckham tactics 13llcr FrcIn The TI Theres grave danger from ithe plague of Coughs and Colds1 f that areso prevalent unless you taketDr rirgs New Discovery for Corsnmp ion Coughs and 1 Cold Mrs Geo Wals of For cst City Me writes Its n- t Godsend to people living in ciDates where c ughs and colds prevki I find iiit quickly end them It prevents pneumonia Qre4 Ii grit pp gives wonderful bUf in Athma and Hay Ferer and makes weak Lltittgsl strong w itgh to wardoffcohsumption- t f oo hi and colds 50c and 1 Gcar4Bt ed by C J Hay don sF drugstore Trial bottle free ruK Ew ierac t if R11 1W pN J im Zion Echoes 4 MissBe sis Todlcef nf La grange returned homel Tues Jay alter sveIaldays fiisit to Uer aunt Mrs Emma Steal 1M r Gorge Sutherland and son were in S ringfieid Mond Mrs Frank Neal land children of Chaplin Pork spept Sunday at the Russell hom Mr Owen Williams aWl wife mILouisvinerelatives here Mrs Emma Neql entertained at dinner Suday iie flowing Misses tzze and Nettle Huston and Lyllis Pull amof Chaplin Beesie Tucker Mir and Mrs Ivan Qrow and Hurbert Grume Mr and lfr3S F Bishop spent the day Sunday witb the alters parents Mrs Kate WillTpms entertained at Maple Monday eve ning in honor Miss Tucker the followingHmj mod persons Mrs Emma Misses Clau dia Neal Bessie Tuckpr JLydia Williams and Noita Bonta Mr Hiner Neal and M stcr Tfiomas Marshal William That department of the Worn focieyknoWl1Brigade composed of thechil dren enterbalhed Sunday af ev noon at the church here The children acquitted tbemSf V well and the amount contributed by those present and the mite boxes will be expended in ho pital work TChich the Society basin charge t j The Tattlers PuIIIanr fFlistIKeeling lagripp YoCrou grippeTimlCrollct JohnH Young 7year6d girlII nas fvpli idfaver Ed Poster and Elisha Keflng traded farms Iveeliug got 6L50 to boot Mr John Eutchinson died October 11th Rpjnains were interred in RocJibridjre cemetery Joe Bunch age 17 years son of Wunfield Btiiich died of ty pboid fever Biernains were in terrcdin Prices Ohapel cemetery Uriab Keelinsf Jr solid a three year old raare for 115 frJAHen Breeding has his grist mill in operldtion now A nice little 10 liQrss per jaso powerWeMr F H Ash and wife visited friends at Wiiiaburg Sunday James Keelipg and family ofr Antorh spent last Sunday vilh J B Jen kins and family Toe little son of Mr JVD Duncan iis yery low at this writing w ith typhojd fever Rev Hatch U tilled his regu lar appointment atBush Grove last Sunday Mr Sanford jVTpcum and wife spent Snnday yrith Mr Romei jJI j bought a uck ling colt from James Keeling for 50 f DockKavsiSold a colt for 38 J P Crouch bought a niule colt from Squire drdou for A48- N rrrhOIha Sparrows 13 months od child died vof brain fever Remaihs interred in Rock Bridge cemetery sheeJtMr J A Johpson has return ttf1sbeengoods tf Crouch tS4ordon our thresher men are threshing in the Hills horo neighbor J MvScoit lost a god horse last week Cause unknown ilboughtfor 110dv t WHlisburd MrW SjGibbs has be l1in pastrMr and Mrs S E Hiu ire jsitins friends and r lowI in Frankfort this week W T Wells who has been in Louisville buying a new line of goods has returned home Mr John Reynolds attended llgJMoudavi i Msses Elizabeth and nlan n Shirley visrtedMrs 1I HJla turn at Lits y Sunday Mr T 14 Miller returned from Louisville Saturday night John Turner and Homer ETuhes vkited irelativesl atM ick yule Sunday Miss Sallie H end ren was a guest of Mrs F Reynolds part of last wtjek Mr GriwfojrJ of Shelbyvilp was the guest of W S Gibbs onejlai last Week J Lester ahdl Leo Gibbsatended church at Mackville Sunday Dr Oscar bewmaker o f Louisville is yisitirig friends here this Weel it Miss Mattie Lee Brown was in Springpeld Monday Irs Charles Cheatham who is teaching hool at Maud was at home ff0mFriday tiit Mon day j Little Miss Bnvce Arnold came fron Maud withjM i Clara Cheatbam jMr P Hi Cash anil wife visited Mrs fUn Cheitbam Sunday U The Snn3ay school convention I J i II IHoOi a FALLANDWINTERT GOODS J We Good including great Broad Cloths Serges Plaids Checks Grays Dress Ginghams Mercerized Plaids Mercerized Satines Outings 57 12 101212 15 and 2O pfannellett 7 12 10 and 12 12 t 36linch Percales 7 12 10 and 12 12 SHOESTliero has been an enormous advance in Shoes but wearepricing them withrti very small and have exclusive sale of Kripp hdorf Dittman Cos Womons Fine Shoes 250 335P4 Smths Sterling Fin6 Shoes for Women 50 none better W iL Douglas ohoes for Men 50 and 50 W Douglas Shoes Boy 200 and 250 I kneelaiids Fine Shots Men and The American Shoes for Boys We defy competition on these Shoes for wear I GUNNINGHMM DUN CJtll r t coi = IX held at this place Saturday was wan attended and very success ful Mr Dan lcllvoy awl family visited heir mother Mrs Miry Mcllvoy Sunday Mrs S M Crume and Mrs Mary Hughes were in Harrods burr Tuesday guets of Mrs Rd Sutherlund ta A BtfY Boel Girl or bcv man cr woman iis quick ly of pain if BucklensVr nica Arnica Salve is applied promptly G J Welch of Tekonsha Mich says Iuse it in my amily for cuts sores apd all skjn injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure knoTcn Best beau ngsjlve made 25Z1 at C J Haydons drugstore Vcill y Hill lMrJas Kajs and wife of darrodsburgv Visited relatives in this section first of the week Thos Reel and wife visited relatives near Wilisburg last Sunday v Mr aiid Mrs John Rays andII daughter Mrs A B Pmkston of Polin visited rehitJsin this section Tuesday last Many from this plnoa together ith scor s kom val oufa places attended tbeClnrksorillu don sale last Wednesday 1 Goatlfy Vi gip of Maud pur chased a butcher of Hugh Gottley at cper pound Mr H11 Grundy and sister Mrs JY Mayes on SprIng field spent Sunday with their motherof this place V Mrs L L Janos of tiiis phico her sonMr Arthur Vaiicc of Jackson Tenn- Mr Thos B er 91 llillsboro was in cur midst Monday Mrs Mclniire of Springfield is visiting her son here luis week N P Thompson and Will Jones of Pleasant Grove visited rein ivos In this section Sunday After a lingering illness Ort phoid ffjyorMiss Ijnog ne Gout t lley is H1e to bo out agatn Mr TliosSimujSi of Spring field was in our midst Monday trading John and Frank Janes of near tQwn have rented tlie farm are showing the largsst and best selected Stock of We have ever shown a a variety of the new effects in Dress Goods in Etc Etc Cents Cents Cents advance the 2 2 3 2 3 3 Li for for 4 5 out the cow vlsiting 11FOR of Mr J 1 Martin of this P and are now sowing wheat prepairirg fdr another crop Inctltl Dame Rumor reports wedding soon that isa wEddingI realizelthatA friend says misery IOVPS 11 company Not true in politics however you cant always tell inII company who is most miserable We are going to present the- E litor vita a potato in the nearl future that hd cm sit on one enl tnd eat off the other What has become of LilacI Wearo anxious to lear from him again Efis spicy letters were interesting and we miss him greatly Frizzle Hend again e delight in comeII Earnestyour lettcrsIMrs Margaret Ofut iB ing with n very severely sufferI Jimb having overturned a coffee i Boiler of hot coffee upon that 1ITIle frost did consideiablit damage in thiS Wednesday night ruining much late tobaccoand large patched sugar can1 D BandS G Red Jix Jost overj thousand sticksI autIcllby freezing in the barn You correspondent jame out best alter al Tact frost cut andj graded1 his tobacco without hesi tation VegIOly in thethought that he also hilled mul titudes of worms 1U N o Mates Homely Womsn Pr tv No roman no matter how regular hr features may be can be cilUc rcttrif her complexion is bad j Oririo Laxative Fruit Syrup aidi dl Rcstloh and cigars sallov blotched complexion by stimulating he liver rftm bowjls Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild an1 pleasant lo take R j member the name OKINO and refuse lo accept any substllute Sold lbyi the Red Cross Drug Store i MOORniSVJLLE Mis Sim ML Hardin of Jetdi fersonville Ind is visiting her t parents Mr nnd Mrs Jeff Siriih of this place She and sister Miss Maggie Smith were t in Springfield last Sunday HoMrsi lt 1 J L Allen C M t Tumey J W Begeman t 7 Blue Grass Manufacturing CoSManufacturers of 1 Harness and Strap Work 2j We are especially prepared to do all kinds OO it t J of repairing to Harness Saddles etc 00 u I iit Hand Made Hapiess a Specialty re ily T ct Wal lslreer Near the Depot SPRINGFIELD KYth R s j + KILLrHtCOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings New Discovery cONSUMPTION 50cPrlcaII Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY JACK Jjlin visited her daughter Mrs Hardin at Bloomfield last Sun day Mr Palmer Chesser and wife visited her parents Mr and Mrs Mark Hardin at Bloomfield last Saturday 1WeweresQrr to hear of the our neighbor Jas W Moore last week II saw aman from Unos vdcin ity last Sunday and he said Uno cutabout 100 sticks of tobacco land Jack frost cut the rest to Urios delight Prayer meeting and Sunday schoot every Sabbath morning HopefThere seems lobe an epidemic estour vicinity as nearly all them are sick rMr Will Moore has rented a small farm from I M Walll and will remove there about Nov 1 There lias been livo car loads of coal shipped to EbokDr this season and three more are expected to day Wheat sowing will vind up this week Mr Palmer Cheatham who it is said was cut by Clem Cutsin ger is improving and as the de tails of the affair are conlllcting givedetaiIi king booze was the maui factor in the case One ofour npighbor boys purcliased a suit case in Spring field and had it locked whie there by Chits Mclntire and uj pair of four dollar shoes enclos ed but lo and behold when he went tounock it he did not usceJ and took iit bick Satu ay to get Charley to unlock the blamed thing 1- Mr and Mrs C AWall en tertaiaed lat Saturday in honor or Mr and Mr Ham Sweeney Illinois they with the following were presen Mr Sarn Polin11IrBen Rhodes and apd daughter- f Woodlawn Mr Bernard Wall nnd wfe Mr Lee Godby andvifoMessr- am Sweeney aud Carl Yancey nt home with Mr and Mrs weeney to make their home in Illinois1 We wish them alt god luclfin their new homer MOVED i have rented the Cumvngam building formerly used asa meat shop on Main street and have moved my repair shop iinto I can be found there at all- mes prepaired to do ham s nd shoe repairing Uphoster g bicycle repairing and soiforth GEO B TAYLOR True and tried friends of thp ftmI DeWItts Little Early RiVerss Best for results end best to take- osycheeks and sparkling eyes follow e use ofr these dependable Jittle plUs They do not gripe or sicken Sold tythe fS Drug Store y i f CLOTHING J Dani faillto examine our Stock of Clothing before buyirgt r 1 See our Welworth Suits at 5 750io and 1250 f Hart Shaffner Marx Suits 1250 15 18 and 20 V i Seinshams Perfection Suits for Young Men 750 10 250 1K For Children in Nobby Styles at 250 3 350 and 4 f Mens Double breasted Cheviot Suits 75t t ttYoung Mens Doubled Breasted Cheviot Suits 650 r 0 Childs Knee Pant Cheviot Suits 2 Mens Boysand Childrens Overcoats Mens and Womens Rain Coats I CLOMKS i h 7 r Womens 50 inch Black Cloaks flO 00 worth tlj JO j I Wpmens 50 inch Plaid Cloaks 750 wprtli 10 QJ Womens 50 inch Tan and Castor Cloaks 7PO iO and 15 r f Misses Cloaks in Plaids and Mixtures Children Bear Skins and Cashmere in Creamy iRedBue vand Brown We are Making Special r- ii Prices to Gash Buyers kttt s- tCUITSvt HELDMAN itAKE 4 iiA our a t J r Main S r ctj next Jto Leach Furnitjrjj St re =to do Harn23s R pairing Shoe rppHiriog make picture frames itfend pis tols havfcn swsanJ knivv sewing replir fix your ndcletnrnd press Work iis Guaranteed j Gao lor- MEN Somewhere near Springfield t assist us ni and soil Ing rroperties No expedience necessary if to llet us teach you the real estate business Salary 60 a month to lipnesl willing of his time to ibis business j Cp Pperative LandGo y Minnecp1i Min = c 7vSS 4 Fall Cloth- ingi for Men and Young Men now ready for your inspection You are cordially invited The same coir teous service whether you come to ookor buy 5 law O r 20 Raincoats t 20 1 OcH We are making Mens Clotlinga Feature of business this and have comPteteline and price thatdittwiI1inake them go ig CGrundydJ Mclntire- t CI ie aifif i8 TAYLOR- SREPAIR SHOP mans Prepircd guns furnish nachtie bicycle clothes My Bray CANTED showing willing man todtvote ppt Acdrus 3iS Fine ReadytoWear Suits 25 roats5to 10 to Special Fall Blool POiS0D19 results constipation is quickly cured bYDr1 Jvingsx Pijls They remove all poisonous germs the sjsem infuse vigor cure soursfomach headache dizthfessand without griping or discomfort Guaranteed Tby C Haydon druggist NEW ovaRt r dJ Time Flies 1- Ii J1 ILi an old adage Its a big though from the time tif S 1 Ifirit clock to now Bridge S anti what have you first 1ockcfud the one of 1today almost a Chronometer Accurate r Clocks and Elegant Jewelry f I 1isJit my jewelry MY new II 1 reflects my being c rer insel ftingr a jjewelry tock To savw S money from we J ii James J Graves It OO Ii from chronic which New Life from new life awl jausia colic 23C J t OR KiNGS SBS Will Surely SQP Tht CfHtgb A l jump the the chasm The I- U store buy ISitOut Be llh1loed upjri f fiFoley Co Chicago originated t iHoney and Tar as a throat and lntl j remedy and ott accoaut of the fgreatI I ml rit and popularity pt Foley cy and Tar many IsitatJpnsl are offr ed for the genuine Aak for FolejV t Honey and Tar andrtfscl1ny subt t tote afrcredasno other preparation rHU ffive the stme sat facttQn It i mildly laxatve It 6biitalna no opt ates and is sfes ffor 4cbtldren illII dDlIcato persons iolp Ly Red 10 Drug Storet lfolmllMBNr s eUaFiw ruimuIr Cf I V DR JJM BURTON V RESIDENT DENTIST L v tEEtH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN c t y jOfWCE Hagan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY IAll Dental Work Strictly f I t i v Firstclass RJ CMUDD t Physician and Surgeon A r Offices over Haydons Drugstore 1j H Lampton M D r Office in Opera House o IOfIIctPhonc No 5 Residence No 38 JJlJ FJ GRIGS BY ATtORNYATLAW Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY JB ROBARDS M W FYATT t RoBARDS HYATTci Physicians anfl Surgeons A i Office over McElroy Shultzt L DR J H HOPPER Ji PHYSICIAN anfl SURGEON l PHONES OfficeQveri id Office 97 Hagans Grocery Residence 71 I Dr W W Kay4 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1Oflicej over C W Bagans grq cry opposite Presbyterian t church r1 i Phones t Office 175 s Residence 172 JOillNY WAVES rfUNERAL utilICTORo AND LICENSED EMBAlMER I TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 i SPRIHGFffiLD KYII Ji i Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedulf tfnow in effecron the Bardstowr t8 and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junctior j i t L502 pm Bardstown 552 prnj arrives at JSpringheld 645 pm- To 42 Leaves Springfieldtt 530 am Bacdstown 617 a in i4 fBird10wnJunctiI n 705 am t arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville att 730 am Bardstown Juictioni i J 930 am Bardstown llJjvam arrives at Springfield 14Opmt Uo44 Leaves Springiield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm IlpI Bardstown Junotionj4J pm larrives at Louisville 545lpm ONo 90 Sundays only Leaves fSprmMtield at 715 amjBards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 8inavm arrives at Louisville 3 935 ap1t i No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves LOuisville at 6 pm Bardstownr K TunctioD 65Q pm Bards town SpringfieldV825pDra r To Tobacco ShJD ers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are ndt conTriect ed directly or iindirectly wflli v other warehouse or ware lan company We conduct a Strictly ride pendent Tobacco Warehouse Gommission Busness and res pfictfolly solicit your patronase J C A BRIDGES Co Proprie tor Pick Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 408 mo FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES 4 Baked Daily Always good always fresh We have a Baker who is an ar4 jtist at making goodthings Six Loaves of Bread for 25c v Hertliens Confectionery I THE iEXAS WONDER j Gores nfl Kidney Bladder and I j Rbeumotic troubles JVA by iJ all druggists or two I treatment by mail for monthsjj EW Hall 2926 i St Louis Send for Kenu ky testimonials I JcHICIDJS Ppsii GUD9aJI J4HtIh13f YOU c3- tW rTOWN r ii iIo w th- ULocal Happenings of Interest The Freshet and Latest Ig AH About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances zJMzw4 A specials1ei of music at bc a copy at Ed M Russell Salt rising arid cream bread received daily Hagan Bros I have sortie seed rye for sale fv iDtt JOHN DEBOE SEEDWn1AI have for sale SOObusheJs of god seed wheat 4 J L Patrott WTANTED4iTp buy old gold silver and old fashion cameos V Ed M Russell 7 I have coisale one Jersey cow and twdxregistered Jersey Bulls W4H Leachman FOR sALE Tp wo good secondhand surreys Wjuarton Tapp kknfThe la die tho Christian church will given d nner caunty court day attheSearcy building J C Ccckifau sod last week d W S Gibbs a txoy earold Obestnut Dare cqlt7 for 200 FOR SALEA registered year ling Hereford bull A good in ivldualB B Leachman FoRSAtE A firstclass second hand pheatpn good as new Will feell hcapiV GO What n Be sue toattepd our openfng of ladiesandj misses cloaksl ja d suits Vedne day Oct 24 Grundy Mclntire FOR SALE Four young Du roc Jersey boars eligible to registry ORyC Canary R F D Koi4 Springfield Ky- Rerneiberthq date of our- pening f1adies and misses coaks and suiiisi Wednesday Oct 24 Gruqdy Mclntire L D Baker is putting up a bowling alley in la part off the harness shop at the depot bridge and will be ready fOt business inaev days WANTED jgprent aliouse and or 10 acresjJbfv land within two miles of Springfield I D HILL I53Gj8th Stj Louisville Ky W R Cocanougher of the Texas neighborhood suffered the lOaS of a tine stock barn by firo piTlast Friday night Tbp barn was valued at 500 with riO insurance It was filled with tobacco a crop ofMr Hillard a- enant Mr r 0 McElroy has sold to H B Mcelroy Jand T Hood Cunningham Hiis brick business house The pVine was not made public but Is said to be about 5600 The sale was made through B DiLake the real es ate dealer LOST HO SEDissapeared fjnm my place near Polin a bay horse about 15 hands high right eyweak Has ben gone ten days Liberall reward for jinv information leading to covery ftsre CH Cutsinger 2t Polin Ky 1Hager Speaks Judge S W Hager candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor spoke at the Court House here on Tuesday after noon to an audience of less than 100 people including about a dozen ladiThe farjners of Washington county are either too busy or thy lack interest iin H jgers candidacy for they abso lutely failed to turn out to any extent Juage Hagerspokc for about two hpurs arid failed to arouse any enthusiasm He de voted almost hisiehire f ppech to answerirg charges which he said his opponent Mr Hays who would be here later on would make against the administration He dwelt at length and in detail On an explanation of the printing dealJthejas as charged the s ate wadrequired to pay twoot three prices for certain work in the printing line The speaker also entered into a long cv xuiiauiuu about fie empoyment of an architect Ifor the new state capital about which charge of extravagance is bought Ho charged Mr TOPICS I fl Hays who is a member of the capital commission with shirking j atItendcame up- Judge Hager is a nice pleasant gentleman and makes a good impression Heis not the kind of speaker however to attract anJ alienee or to arouse much en thusiasm for his cause KimherlinCrumeThe Miss Etfie Kimberlin to Dr William Ernest Grume was solemnized at the home of the brides parents at Texas t6 oclock Wednesday j evening Owing to recent be rravement in the family the wedding sa quiet affair only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom being presentD The bride was becomingly tired in a brown chiffon broadcloth gown with lace bodjce and t hat brown Immediately after the cere mony the wedding party composed b of Dr audMts Crump Mr and Mrs N R Campbell1 Prof J Louie Harmon and MrsrHarmon of Bowling Green andI tDrt Mackville drove to the home of Mrs Hugh Stiles near tovsaiv where an elaboratet dinner was served Dr and Mrs Grume are well known here and throughout the l B county and h ea host of ffriend who wish them bon voyage oer the Sea of Life f Deathof MrsThompson Mrs Caroine Thompson one t of the oldest residents of the f county died at her home on the Lebanon turnpike half way bevtween Lebauon and Springfield IiR on last Friday morning of ail ments incident to old age The deceased was in the 91styarof her age and had spent the last 40 v ihot her life in thold n a51tS son for years one of the countys mot substantial farmers and bst citizens who died in June 1804 ic Mrs Thompson was a good Christian woman and enjoved e the respectt of all for her good ness and kindness of heart She is survived by the following sons and daughters George Too John Hand R Douglass Thompson and Mrs Mattie Clements ani Miss Saliie Thomp son The buriall took place atn St Rose on aturday morning i Card of Thanks We Desire to thank thoso neighbors and friends for their t kiddness and sympathy which they extended during the last illness of our mother GT TIIO pSONttt For the Brothers and Siste- rsFEIRNAL Miss Lillie IMcClaiii is on the sick list i ll1Mr Ruel F sterwas in Bards town Sunday l Mr John Finn of Bardstown was in town TuesdayJ Mrs Ben P Sirams was in Louisville Tuesday Mrs T p Wells is conalesJ cing from typhoid feyer Mr Will Spalding of Bards town was in town Saturday Dr JA M Burton spdnf a few d lys in Louisville this week 11Ml ani Mrs Albert Medley 1rrilljtownillj iowu is the guest of Ms Hugh Btiles y Mrs McClure ofBigli Grove s visiting her soriJ H McClure Mr Howard M Moss an- dfTL cbC ira I Diamonds iiC Just a word to the JCadvance 5 5 PLACE YOUR ORDER S JrJ V slir you the finest stones rosvest prices and easiesb ttpaymeJts E M Russell g a J t 1rRfb = J I IU I U I trEE WALTON ii- l iit- a ii- a 0 a ii The Walt njRotel wilt servera special dinner on every Sunday EEJrom now on Below is the MenufQrnbxt Sunday 4p ii i r a = it ii OystCocktniI ii Vcirrnicelli = = Michigan Celery Queen Olives Sweet Piiknsi rPrime Roast Beef t 0 Pan Fried Young Chicken ijY Cream GravyjGravy f Cran1urryitITuet SnowFa iJdtatn PltitPois i Canecl Yams tt UgariprnjfLVlc r = y ij Corn Bread Southern Style r Plain Cream Bread I t J r i 1 ff 1 iiItS 1iJz ic Vanilla IcOiain s Assorted Cake fJ PurnpkinPlc jf SS= l tS r TeL CofT eOMHk = 1230 uiitil 130 If 5 III Miss Susie Penn are at- rchard Crab Mr and Mrs Andrew Cun iiinghatn are rn Louisville this iveek Miss Louise Ware of Hardins aurg Ky is the guest of Miss May Curry Mrs John Hagan Ins been ill for the past few days but is bet ter now t Mrs John Clements of Leb inon spent Saturdaywith TelI itives here Mr Hugh Lee Smith is very ill and has g one to his home in Bardstown Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilto- nf Lebanon spent Saturday with friends here Mrs Conrad Hertlein pei he first of the week visiting friends in lajmisville Mr and Mrs E S Mayes are isiting their daughter Mrs J l Mahonbf Lebanon Mr John F Simms wife and laughter Miss Anna J spent uesday in Louisville Miss Hettie Spaldin of Leba nn is a guest of Mrs T A 3imms for a few days Dr J H Park rvof LTondori Ky was a guest of Mr ami Mrs Willard Thompson Sunday Mr Louis Kelley has return d home after tWp mouths in school at St MarysKunsas- Mr Dave Shuck of Lebanon spent several days last we Ir with Mr Shaker RObrton Miss Loretto Tighe has re turned to tier home in Louisvile after a isittJ St catherincgl R3V T q deraon was here Sunday in the interest of Sunday School work Mrs Jennie C Talboltlias re turned ft our an extended visit with relatives in Kansas and Texas if Miss Lizzie Leachman has re turned tJ her place Witjhi Grundy Mclntire aftt1tvo months absence r Mr B S May eswas iiTLouis vile the firat of the week attend ng the meetin of the Grand 1olc Miss Lill Vanojisdal of Pleas ant Grove has bqen the guest of her sister Mrs Hughie NODifor the palt week I MrsW E Leach nan arid Mrs Theo Campbell spent Wedr nesday with Mrs S 11 Thompson at Lebanon 1 Mr Ben Medley has recover ed from a recent illness of ty phoid fever and returned to Owens ro to day IMr u D Robertson has returned from Fort Scott Can where he visited Mr and Mrs J C Chescheir Mr H M Grundy is attending the meeting of the Grand Lodge of M sons as delegae from this llodge MrC B Jeffries of Louis vile a form tcitizertqr this county washere the first of the weekon business Miss Veola Brown was called to IhJianapolieX Ind by the serious illness of the little daugh tar of Mr Jam Brown Mr and Mrs Josh Houston Tavlorsville spentra fewldajs with their sister Mrs T D Wells this weekstr Mr tIT Mrs J iL Allen at tended the funeral of the little child of Mr Wallace Hickeron of Louisville at Loretto Wed nasdav Mrs VT A Colvin of Bards town haS returned home after a isittto her children frsT- D Tapp and Prof George Col Ivin Sister Marcptta daughter of Mr Robert Ruckman known better to the world as Mig Ddll- Buckman received therell Jast Sunday at St Catherines Mrs StellaDrye of Louisville Miss Saliie Culey of Kunsas City and Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon were guests of Mrs Fred Hngan last Friday H5Mrs Elizabeth Epperson ot Louisville mother oi Mr J L AHemlofJ L Allen are visiting at the home of J L Allen Misses Wilfred Spalding of Lebiroi Elizabeth Green of Morganfield Messrs Chas Me Chord and James Phillips rf Lebahoo vere guests of Miss Sue Ray Monday evening PUBLIC SALE iI will at tb old homestead on the Lebanon arid SpringSeld turnpike about half way between the two towns on TUESDAY OCTOBER 23 Beginning at 130 pniself at public sale the foUowingper sQuat property One horse tvro buggies and a lotof hOusehold arid kitchen furniture consisting of an old grandfathers clock and other old pieces of fu niture Terms will be announced on day of sale Miss SALLIE THOMPSON THESq iMERICc IFUy lJ 80pt SHoeMade In Jill Leathers P RENTS reduce your shoe bills by buying heAm rican Boy Shoe They are made by N B Thayer C3J Co Inc the largest exclusive manufacturers of boys and youths shoes inIthe United States They contain all the features that twenty years experience have proven to add to the wearing qualities and havemore style and fit than any othqr boys shoe on the market Every pair except Patent Lenther fully guaranteed ONCE TRIED ALWAYS BOUGHT FOR SALE CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN CO i ir it aJ Its Worth i jj traveling a Jong distance I JIi Jill work guaranteed jli 1IiCRUMED D So ILGBardstown Ky Ia3 3 3 a33 33 FOR THE HOUSEWIFE LacellIVelvet Ribbons anti To restore velvet tcam over nil Iront with n lamp cloth Mf crushed badly brush against the nap but use a v01vet brush Velvet If badly soiledwill wash hi any good soap and water jiftenyard steaming up To freshen ribbOn or silk put on an unpainted bortril table oron a marble saturate It with water and whisk out with a brooni If ttadly soil ed wash To wash net or lace wlnd on a bottlet tin Baking can from which papeiyiabel has been removed then stphin over a teakettle spout White laces may be washed In boraxiiterf- irst winding a bottle covered ivlth white llanncl ro freshen artificial flowers hold wr6iUri side up over the teakettle ud shake in the steam slt passes out of the spout Leaves way be put on an Iron covered with a dampi cloth then whisked but this is a very delicate operation audneeds Quickness Onion Pickle Peel n gallon of small white onions put In porcelain lined kettle and cover with water in which a cup of salt has been dissolved When the water reaches the scalding point take from the fire and pour onions and water In a stone Jar Let them stand two days then drain Put the onions back In a Jar and cover with vinegar overnight Drain Pack In a stone Jar covering with boiling vinegar to which have been added one pound of brown sugar half a cup of allspice quarter of n cnp each of cel- erY and white mustard seed and a half tablespoonful of tnmerle Cover the jar and let stand for a month before using Tnrpcntlne In the House Turpentine und soap will remove Ink stains from muslin A few drops added to the wntcr In which clothes are boiled will whitenl I them It will exterminate cockroaches If sprinkled In their haunts Jfoths will leave If it Is sprinkled about as they dislike It Pitch wheel grease and tar stains can be quickly removed If the spot is first covered with lardl then soaked with turpentine Scrape orran the loose surface dirt sponge clean with turpentine anfl rub gently tH dry Clothemiln of Wire The old style clothespin has been in use for n long time and has proved so satisfactory that change would seem undesirable Nevertheless an improve ment has been made by two North Carolina inventors nf will readily be seen by reforrIng to the Illustration herewith shown These clothespins are made of galvanized Iron to prevent rusting and Injury to the clothes and NONSUITING CLOTllESPLOfj are bent to forth double Jaws Tlrcse Jaws provide n strong clamp which holds the clothes securely to the line wi ut possibility of tearing or Injur- Ing them The old style clothespins hnq n tendency to spring away from the line unless they are forced very hard against the line which often tears garments of tine texture It will be obvious that there Is uo danger of this happening with the clothespin shown here Culinary CoiiccUa Melted buttor will not make good cake ASfew drops of lemon juice inftlie cake frosting whIt If oatmeal Is soaked over night in water It re mlres only about onbjljalf the time to cook Iteggs are to be boiled bard have tile water boiling when the eggs are put In It This will prevent the yolks turning lark Tomatoes and milk to be blended must be brought to the same tempera hire end beaten together vigorously A Calie Jlnlcliyr Hint If a tablespoonful glycerjn is add e l to every pound of of flour used in bread and cake making it Is a great Improvement Both doughs will be shorter nUll the articles will keep froKh mud longer narnLniinlandS Traveler Can you ttell me my mnn where the Itoiuhn ump is about here UustUNaw hecrd tell all there used tto li camp nbouv Kits er v but twi 8111Cmj time Vit Trees Plants Vines f Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens SJirub6 Grape Vina Rhubarb Asparagus Sml Fruits etois po wreaayon application We employ no Agents but sell direct to the planter U F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky J liF444 c LADIESt I Please remember that we parry a Very complete stock of t iiReadyToWearGarm 1t f- i i Yoijcan fitteBup hereon short notice 1 iI Idc Cloaks Skirts Etc Ladies and Childrens Cloaksl Ladies Tailormade Suits Separate Skirts Rain Coats Silk and Satin t Petticoots ReadyMade Wrappers KimonasDre ing Sacques Outing Gowns Muslin Underwear Knit Underwear Knit Skirts Corsets Hosieryi Gloves etc We also show a very satisfactory of Childrens and Infants Furnishings lineii Boys ClothingI= Every mother should see cur sack of Boys Suits coats and Separate Pants betore making their pr Overi it We show J a superior line of bays and girls Shoes Hosiery ci t iIt will be worth your while tovisit our Store Wcordially invite you to cQme I The RobrtsonO1aybooke = b Co iINCORPORATED t 7AfojIf BXMM SNOE5 WfJII r W C Nok of Fiat River iin the llead mine district of Misspurihas senttis thispbotb oa pair of Diamond Brand shoes worn 10 moatlis underground where ordinary shoes average about 6 weeks v 2 Our heavy Diemond Brand work shoes arc in every k wa as sujxirfcr in thee class afare our highest grade dreis 51ocand ve mae more fine shoes than any other J f Hou e in the West iS- ep A tuitrrgJMNOeO te rOJfI = McfWE MAKE MOPE ffVE SHOES THAN ANY 1f OTHER HOUSE fV THE VESrIIlir L rrTh1 first National Bank fl I mSPRINGFIELD KY f ItGap lal 50000 t JSurplus and Undivided Profits 25OtaI OFFICERS B L Litsey President JoTihTP LewisC VlcePresideHt 1 b A C Mcelroy Cashier t n Cain Militant Oa hierfK t E Foster BookKeeper y II Purdom Asst BookKeeperS v t DIRECTORSB r LUger J We Lewis W D Claybrooke T S Mayes RH Edelen H MGrundy John O Polin S We grant every favot consistent with safe banking Your Basi 1 g ness respectfully solicited iM tsfr oo u 1 MARKSfi GREEN l The old Reliable Manufacurers 1 and Dealers in alj ids of t LUMBER tl LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS t IJ I f t jWe handle tbe cele rated J Mixed Cannell Coal5 t i CanibeBetS J i t We are sole agenlsfor IF ACME CEMENT PLASTER t The Bast on EarTh Prices Right I Office arid Yards V t Joctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky s5- I 1I r1 RHIEE IHAVE YOU A KODAK = rF m t j IfIIjJ WJ AN EASTMANtHI4 f l THE BEST Ewm jJinallsizes ar1 prics Also keejp lUFull liojtj Kodak and Camera Supplies f i 1 m Ra11 Qi1ilf ppCORNERDRUGSTORE III EE EE E dEEg Pr FI OLD PAPER H I t CivssaaAccwEtheCho1 ere Soewrmf of Thirty YiAgo Lebanon Enterprise r RIR John Barr has shown u a oopf of the Lebanon Standard pabtiiitd Septeiiter 24 1873 which contain a list faIi Who died ui choera in the county tfcftiyear We ft iivethe article in fall jut as it appeared on that daUtt and append other mal that will interest hundreds of o r readers Wt have but ore death fromg arerdxliENewkmltobinspi n lying a few guiltsi from Lebanon on the loth iMU Her convenience of references aM1 the 2fior those wh- oita8 I not seen former copies JI aHIUMpej ehoers in Marion cOnnty durhg t ibe preterit season The list icleejMVa few that were reported at dyigofcho1e7a morbus la town the deaths wore asfol lows W P Clements 1qI Mettle S Hays Mrs Fannie S3bk Mrs J R HazelwoodfI Jjeetie Butler Annie Hi pp Dr 8 Smith George Miller MrsI Any Hilpp Mrs Annie Wilson b whites 10 bind Carolina May Wills Coulter Sallie Carson Ttibert wanders George JackI iona wife John McKorkle a Joy at Dr Porters William Wood Thomas Green Jim Her rid White Fani ie Hazell woods baby Molly LDC9 L5ttle Liz It King ONeal Cterl 4line Terry colored 16 Tls lives a total of 84 deaths 48 white and 33 colored persons j 26 In Le1an nand 58 Tn Marion oqnmty oulsde the city limits iIJider the heading of a Curi j isejiinf bitoi history concerning Springfield ourf neighboring towp sCholeri firs brok out in ktpriDgtieId on the 9th day of r Just 1833 and destroyed abuti i OiI1bundr d lives Its next apl pearance thpre was on the 9th day of June 1854V Snow fell 1 t that day and tfi in all the dWellingDOrhtgj 0 thwPlpldemic dtjathiin Springfield In 1819 and 1852 cholera pevaled in- the surrounding country Dur ai fc the present 1871 season Jrere was but one death of cnolera in Springfield Can you win You realize thaf o vrhHin anything these d ys requires trcngtb with mind and LoJy in tune G aiuwoman with disordered digestive organs is n9t in shape for a daysSvork or a days play How can ii theYexpect to win Kodol Kor Dys pepsia contains the digestive juice of a healthy stomach and will put our tomach in shape to perform iti important function cf supplying tht body and brain with strength buid i ig blood Digests what you eat re lieves indigestion dyspepsa sour stomach falpitatun of the heart and constipation Sold by the Red Cross 4Drjgstore j 1 Prosperityof the Farmers 1Every sunset during tihcpas live dears has registered an in 4creaseof 3400000 rn the value of the farm of this country every month ha piled this yalu until it has reached 101COUCOO ibat portion of the Natioial liidept bearing interest is egualtc i By t 16 increased valm if Earn lin nine months and this increast Ifra little over a jear baancti tie entre inttrest end i on Inter eft bearing debt of the Uniter S tesThi is the short and simpe story cf the poor farmer as bt has been photographed by the Secretary of Agriculture in stead of ch1toced1n the com c papers This poor farmer of 7 = w a ihe United S ates Inst year pro t duced wealth gregting 6 415000000 and piore than four fifths of the mterlals Used in our mannfdcture Then in turn t IIhe bought wor4thani one half the entre produjcfc of manufacturing establishrfiett speculativeI t water Bat the tdvancps in values of r ifrpad stoks have not outrun or Equaled the n creases inthe VB lilts of that one real property which single tax advocate recognize he landw i The average iirurbase in farm j values in the PUt tve years has been one third their former vaue arjl in tb4 South arid Westa ths average increase has ben t more than 40 percent while in corn and Cotton lands it has doubled fEx Deate rat pat Bec Cured by local apfpiicatious as they cannot t reach the dieased portion of the ear There is only one1 way to cure deafness and tha is by constitutional remedies Deafness is Caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the ijustrchian Tube When thU tube is inflated you have a rum bUng sound or imperfect hecrinrand when it is entirely closrd dgafuess Js the result and unless tee iuflam maUD can be taken out and this trbe restored tc its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of tert ars caused by Catarrh which h cptblng but nn inflamed condition pf thB mucous surfaces We will give Qno Hundred Dollars for any case of jdeafneBs caUsed by IRanslars free J1EVJ Ohoney Co U Toledo Ohio Sold by all Drijigpists 76c Tak Halls Family Pills for con Btipation U Bottling House A case of wuiskey Was repor ted stolen from the L N de- lpot here Friday and Chief Thompson began work Sunday he anested Etfra Vaughn color ed aniT fouud part of the stol n goods In hisi possession and Mon day the prdijd jury promptly returned an indictment During the investigation Chitf Po ice Thompson discovered a fairly well equipped bottling house under the freight depott coasis tiug of ti five nlioi cijti contain ing some whiskey fifteen jug and to baskets off booties Con siderable wnskey1 has been taken from the depot anslle says ihere is a well orgatiid company co iductinir this busi ness and he expects to present them with i copDraedppis wlthn a feV diysLebnion f Falcon True and tried friends of the fum ilvrbeWitts ilittle Earl Risfir Best for realms lOll best tL take Kosy chetks and sparkling eyes follow tbeuse ofr thse dependable little pitts They do not gripe or sicken Sod by the Drug Store Bardstpwn Sales Moriday was County court day and alarga number Of pooDle were Jc town The following siles of stjclt were made byJ Auctioneer Tj Lee BridweK Sow and seven pigs2 cow 22retfc h 23th sow and live pigs2I four yrarlm stjjs weightt about 000 pound each 18 per heajj led yearling Start horn bull 16 brown horse seven year old 80 j small g oy- mrp eight J ear old 70 tiiroe year old pony 815 small griyI horse 555Jbrce year old bore mule 513Q llycarod Jon rnar 3C jbbiv e year old sorrel horse 75 two yea fJ colt i5I small agedjraule 80 pine irI old brown Jnarf35A Mr P sj N aIof Nelson has purclI3sedof Mr J W ratej of Jessamine qounty the latteri file fa nifcjtutad near ViIuoie ve1tove1 For Emergencies ai Home c For the Stockmen the Farm a lo sLiliment I Is awhole nodipine ch8st f Price 25c 5Oe LOOi or fSnd For free BokIefon H9rse CeItIe HoRu1fry J MdS DK Earl S Sloan Boston MassII1 1 town has sold 10 Mr W C IISimmonswest of here for 4500 This tract lies ne rihe Shepherds yule pike contains 175 acres and was formerly occupied by Capt Ralph Sheldon The residence is a missive stone structure was erected in pioneer times and has an interesting history Standard bi ACartl This is to certify That all druggists are aiithorizcd to refuiul your money if Foltys JHoney and Tier fails to cure your cough or cole1 It stops the cough heals the langs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la yiippe cough and pre vents pneuraomia nd consumption ContaitiH no opIa- tes Toe genuine is in a yellow pack ape Refuse abstitates Sod by the Red Cross Drug Store WANTEDSChOOl having new attraeije proposition wfshes energetic man or Woman 10 visit towns in Kentucky Good salary and expensas paid weeftjyj Some knowledge of musk pe f rred but not essential J H Moore Plymouth Place Chicago Ill WetOrDry To the Tuntbof Why Dot You TryJ Did you eversee the nigger In the County Unit BilV Built anew to catch out And the foxy politicians Who have bent it to their wilt Boy Blue Haly too These very unlucky fellows Standing hitched up to the Crib There to szyif they may Anti they whisper in your car Cbmeand vote for us iny dear Thougwe firat met yesterday + jtsterday CHOitus DQ you thInk yoti1 like them better Ifyou thought theyd foozIe you Do you think theyd be angry Tf vou took a drink or twbij JOeltDa you think that you can place them 4 Wet or dry wet or dcy Anacorne another season YouIFfind this wily Pair Boy Blue Baly too But they wqnt remember temper ancc And itsAdains ate so rare Skidoo for yoisIddoo skidoo 1WmCuttoslnyan1 they may And theyll whisper in your eir Come and drink with us ray dear Sme other daY some other day CHORUS Dp iou think youd like them hettIIf you thought theyd fooxle Doyou thInk that theyd be angry If you took a drink or toDo ou think you 4 love them better If you saw them drinking rye DQ you think that you can place them Wetpr dry wetor dry ri V IC Writterifor the trankfort Call ptsst JCI V Farmers Take Notice Bourbon Hog Colera Remedy iis fhe vary best hog remedy iin the world Use it as a preventive and if it does not keepyour hogs henjthy and free froni diseases you rieill not pay one cent for the remedy Costs you hogIi the medicine CT Ilitydont Spring field lKy Farmer Kills Wifeand Fourt Children llewport Teiin Galburn MunUioWr aged fifty years and one or the most pri miuent far iners of Cgpkecountv this mr niriJtt murdered his wife and four fchiUlivn fatally injured two o fier chilaren and them committed suicjdo by cuting his throat from ear to ear Tli teri ible tragedy was en Hcted at the Alintootli horn Iilatlit1lDtolhs vnp no other motive can be Qjnceivedof why he would win tonly destroy hFs yioe house hold An ax was the weapon used with such deady effect Thf wifj and Children Wfrie br ain d deah must have been insanta eou Tho tyow unded chilI hen ctinol ppsibly rfcver IIheir sliulls hive beep crushed aid f e brein eJcpjsed It is regaded as rem arkabK that the tOO dd Lot die irJ st ntly Keep the bowde open when yot have acild anl use a good remedy llay the inflammation of the mucou mkmbrancs Thebist is Kennvdvt Laxative Honey and Tar It con taind opiates moves t the tonels drives out the cold It U reliable and tastes good Sold by the Zed Cross Drag Store J W ifs ic StIOg- Qr PH Oj Ru iJOj 8pCC9s uiib SAVED A BOYS LIFE Acted as a Parachute When Little Jimmy Samtoa Fell Off Fire Escaped Only the heavy cord whIch he had attached t to his kite saved the life of fouryearold James Samton of 441 West Thirtyninth street New York city For more than a week the young ster had had his heart set upon having ft kite He succeeded II getting a very large kite Sad enough stout twine Ito fly It with He went to the fire im SLOWLY TOWAKD TIle KAim on tIlt fifth floor to fly It While tit kite wt1 Hoariiipr the boy loaned ovc tho Sidle of the lire escape and fell off Tile kite string was wrapped arouu his irtiml He fell rapidly for twent feet or more anti then th3kite tu1jI the wind mid stopped his dowuwnr progress The kite acted liken pan chute and the youngster sailed slow toward the ground WUgn live feet trout the street tli boy lot tlift tviue loosen from his bain unIt he fell heavily Dr Sauimls too the lull to Uaosevelt hospital suffprln from n broken tliiuj An lluchlntlon ull iplicd the poet she come and yow uncertain eranoiieiit noi aiipiMulti now vanishing now qbarn lug us with her wiles anti ways an pasting over our hearts the spell of he presence luring JIB and leading us o to bclieyo that tb1 Is ours foreve again hastening frpui us just when 01 clasp grows warm jurt when we bar come to know the dulcet sweetness her voice UHfleklc a shadow as What iu the worM is he talkiu abjutV asked the large lady with tli purple 4ili rear seat A lOOt think offered the otlic flre lady wth the turquoise riiiji ntll ttbo IerIr1etteJlli1C nue a1I1 ECCt OKI Gotrof is a distant relative of yours isnt heir yeg ami the richer he becomes the more distance hBrookIyu Life Con itldrrnt Ion Delighted Clknitl understand you have won damages for uieV Attorney Yes sir Dullghtoil Client Good What art your cliargsjt AU01IJln view 6f the small dam apes awarded wIl11miuce my fee to joOlilo State Journal A Iuiiny Ulnii It was Jiwt llkf OifUldlsoii lie met Carvor riduitn rortlutrltht or some tbiuv rJJoll in a hurry asked G rnhtlsii Nat ftt Hll repltal Cnrvcr In tli1t pnjw saul Graddlnon vett Klnj JnBJ8ton Transcript ICII1h You ought to lio smiHfil lo eat c uioa you Iiirpnt wirieii IMiiy iwhl Plodding Itte Uwlt focxl Ut Itn pretM tt price itidt be Im liosHibk time mjr ImwilJle effortH to Mini do kind of it limAl iuy retiued tastes- tlenmundVmshIngtou Sttir ntiirnl Query lie was talked about n great deal at oue tiauemIxwI up In politics you know t re4r Yes but hes outnowt ulntllcd1 Break Jail or pardoned Plilladelphlim Press Sour StomachNo nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh ndlgestlonKodolery represents the natural juices of diges tion as they eclst In a healthy stomach combined with tho greatest known tonic and reconstructive properles Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing strengthenlncthe VLMYLIyeztiKodolor bbyM Koiol DfeMta Wtet YOti Eat Bottles only 100 Size hoidlnr 2K times the trW size which sells for 50 cent- sPreprH br E 0 OaWITT 00 OHIO AGO Sold by Red Cross Drug eSore t a I c Wiiueu Well as leu Are lade Iterate iy KWH ui OJMR uflwrc Kidney trouble preys upon tile mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty tigor and Cheerful 4 e c less soon disappear Hwhen the kicineyn are Iout of order or dis eased Hidneytroublehnsbecome f that it is not uncom jp mon for a child to be = born afflicted with l weak kidneys If the hildurhlatcstoooftenlftheunnesalldstIte Ieage when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicte with bedwet ting depend upon iit th cause of thediffi 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 of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both ncd the same great The mild and the immediate remed1 SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty tcW cent anti onedollar size bottles You nary have a sample bottle by tutu free also a Item ef BwasipBoot pamphlet telling nfl about SwampRoot including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received front sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghauiton X Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamtoii N Y on every bottle LOVE UNLOCKS DEATHS GATES t icMan Biried For FOHT Meiths brComes to Life and Weds y Faithful Sweetheart t SHE KNEW HE WAS NOT DEAD Ia Girl Insisted on OpenlBjj Vault and k Found Coffin Lid Off and Sup posed Corpse a Livia Man rIslI following eletth notice appeared Kansas City papers hated Jan 13 1 Died nt the home of his parents r 2S2S Euclid avenue Frederick J liar 11ey nt 2 oclock yesterday afternoon Ills death WHS tine to consumption ir winch caUsed n lingering Illness for past three yeqrs lIe returned t from nit extensive trip In Sew Mexico vhercJie had gone to regain his health and hud been home a week being C scions to the last niluutc lie was twenty years had five months old leaving a prostrated mother father sis tel mill aIlia need wife Miss Lily God frey to mourn his loss After being burled alive In the family vault at Kansas City from Jan fl to middle of May Frederick J HarI vey one of the wealthiest meu in Knn sas came back to life Tuesday Sept married his Denver sweetheart Miss Lily Godfrey who was Instrumental In restoring him to life and departed on his honeymoon time saute day Mr Harvey Is the son of Barnard Harvey and grandson of the deceased Frederick Harvey the millionaire owu era of alt the eating houses on the Santa Fe line and most of thenr on the FlIsci The fsunlly Is well known throughout the Unlted States At the time of Jlr Harveys death as the family still term his entombment he had contracted a severe cold which developed Into pneumonia Ills ready Infected system was uot strong enough to throw off the new trouble aiid physicians pronounced him dead Although all animation and respiration had ceased his affianced wife Miss Godfrey would have it that he WK not dead She took the death watch upon herself and would not leave the casket until It was placed on- tht TWIT STOOD ASTOUNDED AT THE DOOIl marble slab next the caskets of hs father and aunt in the familys tightly dosed vault For tour months Mr Harvey lay in tlie camp of his dead ancestors until Miss Godfrey crazed by the feeling which grew upon her that her beloved was not dead returned tp Kansas City and begged Harveys family to accom pany her to the vault The mother wlitiSwas devoted to her son eagerly ngreed and the two went together to the family plot Entering the vault for the first time since the burial they stood astounded at the door The ens ket was open Sinister fears crept over themThat a tragedy had occurred neither doubted but the puzzling question was who had opened the casket Trembling Miss Godfrey approached It to learn the worst Astonished beyond expres sion she found Mr Harvey just as he was on the day of the burial The lips and finger nails were still pink the body was still limber and there was not a sign of decay In the entire body Later the tact developed that the un dertaker understood the pallbearers were to have put the lid ou mid that the pallbearers thought the undertaker would attend to it Mis Hrrer rrl Is GirC tad REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY MCELROY WHARTON v V SPRINGFIELD KY v 1 lNo 65 170 acre farm located 6t from Springfield right on pike Igood dwelling and barns M acres Jii Blue Grass wen red and watereti t Price 86000 TTo 66 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn alknecessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of 9000No miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land40 acres Jngrass Price 82750 No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Price 835 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well locate Price 1600 No 70 145 acre farm well located Iand lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenceh Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and iis frs good as the best Price iO t No 72 210 acre farm wen located good farm and lies well and mostly Jn grass right bn tile pike riice7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty r1Pricer1 right oik pike and railroad This farm dwcl11niTsland No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 ropmI house good barn room to ho d1Priced1 situateq l21 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary 80 75acre farm located at Mack ville first class new improvements of every kind all good land alMies well and mostly iin grass Price 50 dwellingbarnsgood tenant house place well fenced and watered Price 35 95 210 acre farm 150 acres iII1 grass 50 acres tobncco land 20 acres of timbe good 5 room house new oflSp81 68 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield on the pike good dwell ing and barn place in good state cultivation Price 2500 ofI 97 50acr farm 3 miles Springfield good small house Price outbuilding 5000 strictly a nice andI 1 bxe soW 12 I i io rue tnnmy name wnere they visited It daily from May until Sept 4 wUeir Harvey came to life and time weJdlng fallowed Lived Sixteen DLi7MU Stewed Rope Shipwrecked persons iave bean kept alive osi the most mid mi of fooils 1robably the hardestt fare that six strong nfen and a 1Jlot fifteen excr kept alive on was time Tally nioiui oft ie Wiuujyoi s sur vivors who were east up on the Jnsh roust near Kllsegg not long ago They HvMl lxtn days stewd rope yarn KEPT HCRET ELEVEN YEARS rNo One Kccw Red Bank Couple Was Married Until Husband Jealous and Told Jcaloiuy or a colorable Imitation of it led to tilt disclosure of a marriage performed more than eleven years ago when Jauien Brown of Ucd Bank N Jt made public that he toot to wile Miss T Reedl on July 11 1303 Au unaccountiiblc feature of time so recy uuilesfl eagerness to Inherit mon y be the motive Is that the husband oas passed the half century mark arid Uic wife Ii only tire years younger yet the union was concealed from every bitly because the uuclc aud aunt of the orlde objected to the thatch It turns alit lirovu and Miss Reed were mar rleJl by the Kev J A Owen of Eliza both They Immediately null jhowe1 uo more Interest In each othen tbiiu army ordinary friends might dis play All through ttire follow ing the the marriage was kept a secret not only from the uncle anil aunt of the bride but from all of their acquaintances IJrpwu recently rot time Idea that n man In Red Bank was paying attention to his wife In of her of course Inud at last he deemed It his duty to warn tins supposed niiuilrer that sIre was a married woman He was laughed at for his Why shes my vtffe1 said BrOw Again the other laughed whereupon his wife being out of town he o f tamed of the marriage anotbcr ay and made It public Brown did eat explain the seemingly uuaccounta Die dread of offending his IUd aunt on the part of persons so ad vanced Isi life as the parties to the onion Stnrvlne Old Man Ate Crai Two boys playing In a lit at One Hundred aml Xluetyjfifth street and Decatur avenue New York city dis covered a man crawling In the tall rass and hungrily at the peen blade lie sceuicJ very weal sad apparently unable toupcak for lie answered ua put ta him by men wha were callcJ to the place by the children ills clothing was In tot ters amid his face and head were coy sreawlth lJim unkempt bilr He wiis taken to Kortihaui where the asQ was ns starvation Let r ho said he was ToUu Mundy sixty three yer old tPrfct No 77 2 acre farm 150 acres of bottom landall good land can bet improvetments llinghllsmeat nousc buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A firstclass farm onehalfmile from JIackville Ky right on the ieeryfWD tenant houses good RtOCktItdI tobacco barns cribs etc farm nearly all lies well and is in a high1 f state of cultivation This is anice place and a chance strict1yI one to bUy a nice home The right and terms easy Price We also haveifor sale a 330 acre farm located 33 mites from Spring field Ky The improvements this place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick sixrooms halls and porches located in a beau tifully shatied yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuild goodlorchardplenty of tobacco land and some timber is well fenced and watered Price S40 per acre No 78 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced and watered all lies welt and to school and church Pric 2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind new house and barn all lies well close to good school and at churches Price 3750 82 75 acre farm 2 miles east of Polin on Willisburg pike good dwell ing and barn Price 530 per acre 83 ibo acres located 2 miles north of Fenwick good and to bzt co barn mostly in gr ss plenty of tobacco land Price 2600 84 96 acre farm located 4 miles rt of Springfield Ky good improvement of every kind Land all lies well new place Price t59 per acre 98 50 acres land well located near Mt Zion church all good tobacco land good4 roOm barn 6x40 place well watered good orchard Price v 105 60 acre farm good pew dwell ingsmallbarn all good land Price lFio 50 acre farm good box housCi well new barn plenty of tobacco land right on the railroad Price 1600 Id7 140 acres located 3j miies from Springfield good and barn all good land Price 45 per acre 10S 60 acres land all lies well 24OI n Quinine Tablets SeveIIon In oiitbs This GotI eleven years lalusI 85 19racre iarmjocate1 Smiles north of Springfield D barn land ill lifs well and watered Price f35 wellfnErandll86 50 acre iarm 6 miles field nice small good barn i rPrIce87210 acre farm near M udKy pood farm Al good land Good im pr oem eL of every lkinfli fenced and watered right on we11JJ pike Price right and terms easy 88 63 acre farm located 2t miles ti ftorn Springfield Ky right on the pike Price 2000 89 135 acre farm one mile fromr t Springfield Price 4500 90 125 acre 14 miles South of Lou J isvillet Ky oice place well Improved shei well one mile from railroad 9 t99 160 are farm located 1 miles from Springfield wellGoot Ky right on thei fgood25 per acre V 100 100 acre farm 2t mitts from dwellingstock allkindsbottom Price 30 Pfr acreSfromSprlngfieldprovtd 2 tenant houses 2 pIkePrice102 200 ISpringfieldstation all good land mostly in grass 20 acres of cre k bottom good house oneatbarn103 140 acre farm good improvements kind both stock ard tobacco and barn all in grass 8 acres of bottom land Price 27 60rr t c4alllles q pike 2 miles froth Springfield KycvPer acre tO JperacreJI ThwnPropertyt t 7 A beautiful 7i roomdwelUrigon Main Street in perfect repair Everything new Wd clean Price 3400 A well two story on Covington Avenue Jujit completed nICely furnished modern with light and water Price 75u 1 Four room dwelling on Virginia Avenue Five room dwelling on Grundy Ave nue lot 70 ft front 5Q ft deep Modern 7 room dwelling located onIGrundy avenue water and lights nice lot gootT stable and other out Price 3500 Four nice cottages located on rail road Price 3750 I fU To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo signature reimguant wholesome Elizaleth separated ccrcmbny Ignorance matronhood proof wlfeSunele jrntwla5 questions hospitall1 tliagnoreJ convenient dwelling dwelling 1000t dwelling tlwellirg statonI dwelling ofvpvery equipped dwelling equipped baildidgs c3Ji4 5 I1i Louisville THESE DOYOUKNOW FACTS isBoomrng VILLE ABOUT peoplewfthlna 350000 LOUIS rat1usofcnly6 ItleastheWORLD in the manufacturing of JeaM wagons t c I sewer pipe wooden boxes and In produdnz n tw athbandlinwhlskyso1eieatherceMekt I tobacco ax lraadles and ptr supplies It rLoulsylUe isthehone Ottheharasat organ lactorylnthnwoddthelrgeStSOapfactOrY o IntheSouthandoneofUmeIarrestptowfa tories in the worldand has 8 electric inter urban lines Louisville Is acity OtBEAUTI c kk FULIIOMESI its city propeilyvalution Is 5200000000 It has tho randeg 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