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gepI1ernni to t our bwtnesjn duo dt adiWKJ 1rritoryt JjJ iwe1Lattd fvor44y r 1IR ISO4rWkt Jh s1 7tflxrLIe paid ftch blirict frOm har1 IJ WI 1Exiiiim qn pleY1O14P4i1cf tl- i W I jjj ernJunl AUv J 000Pir M IIIW Ctagu x B4 iiN iiili il ilt ill OUNDOr TALK Ualuuuuu uinlA8inJ IThin1nrc1c Ii tlA8 one gathoreth1 eggs bavr L ltberea all the artbInlah i 14 Iloye to hearth fife and drumte fiddle and jthei flute Or a whole brass band a plajrin tootle teturattitoot I like the robin redbralJ pn ithe idgefa ttti b plArpipln to tbe BunriBe Inlfio fresh and dbwymorn r The whtstle of tba Wdblrdj like a spark of livin flro Seta my ieeiina all aglow with a fresh nln d slt 1 fBtitalltJ no profit In IdkeiJistenin4 the cackle oft Xn early 4dominlcke burnished spridE H 8 nII fle Uptpei ap and opB hfa winjgg and crov8 about jmlje llo s m9IJ t heDfJ anCsf p 1itound and b An cacklestiliika palieta vthlnk hes hud a dozen eggs IwV run ttzearthe gobble of the trot tinturkeycock AactlnVilke bewail the only tnrtcey In the fiock 4ThepOt4eLi i ant Ti i4ttcatteSf o th f doEsnicker bOn To gtt up mlddlin1 ely when the birdabeglato sIi infyaw nd ilretch yourself out full I andflh1y ursf with prlng- J ckfacks a country eHerap so bob bUn rullo joyjHe wants to sing an whistle like he c a Idliovben ahoy He dont i yany pi dyers out loud 1butpralse an blessings rise Fronihim to God ahd Heaven as the fleldiark mounttbenklepB- uVhesaya out lOud an sodden jast a ihprti and qalo iramenv A harkin to the cackle of the domi fJ nick hen j ED1P7IIJ S IIOPKINS Maple Lea Farm Jeffareonvillo dJad 1902 rrt t for prosperous times am hqrsand mule br season Mule buyers this winter Uj prospects fora heavy demand next season and the horsemar ket has been suchas to create a strong demand for good young- stock wliich tpo has been well cleaned up In this connection it is easy to be seen iiat there iin wanted all over the state good brood mares and fair prices are being offer dfor them It really looks liIotbe time will come again when our farmers can realize a good profit out of the breeding business anddoubtleag wore attention will be directed to that industry from now on than for some time in the past 1m upi3r3ongtheI Ujre conIsttaInf fewinorei remarks v concerning thegorOthls1i mherthe bad ro4uqstion ofoiy iougZare having tojvard4prumt1ng ari immediate redy9t the pvlllrtoti p matter of shQHtftneb fofaft wil11fotcefis lIbe1rs the attei tidn tvverY jgoVertfmefit oT every couniyMn the state Eyen now fromsection scatteredir 65y er ihe State cones tb e cry Jth a t ibe rpads are yeui nigh lmpasa bI When this lst a ii tercourse both commercial mann sooiiIgiatly interfered with to fife greSt discomfort and JosS bablylsafe to say that this Jbss ififct were computable nvould in iwp yearsramount to enough 1irksome JQcalities to keep the rclflf- iist class condition fortexT jJa1 den the present conditions of things however much thpplbple may feel lIn linedrotejtthe1e- is really jotf one against whom a protest can he raised dar county officials aev limited easIo the aniountotmoney apprppriatj iton fpr grpad purposes Vhicb amount is whoitinadequattol keep thjro ds in firsbjclass pdn jiition We believe howeverthat even with the limited mnath- and sot e PV oMlt Ibe w z1d in thve presenVBystejn of Jtecpjng the roads up As has 1 oen8Ugg ave4 Jlje Fjsjial Court miyht Pro Vide some jneans pf tulmishinf the coqnty wittl1 a- rocktiher 1 and athac fmple ments for todV Trc rking which 5 4 0 Wpullc essen ihe cost of repair mgthe roads arid tihere y make the funds a handgtj farther nd do more good The Fiscal Court sbpaldCtake this Question up at its next meeting The people of the countyj who foOt the bills anyway are certainly in fevor of some action being taken fur xtbas will be a serious and direet iss to every citizen of the cg nty t tioujT NIGdERsTowr 4f Mars all Grace urprjed t i legrb crap game infull opar ation iri broad daylight1ih about daylastj f i sportsrnjiLi could be made and a few of these worthless loafers made to do duty on the rock pile it would perhaps haye an imptb ng effect on the Jremaindejf tticrHfti Nothing1 ja more de moralizing toa community than 1 veR gang l8ese trIfling scalawags about who sare too- lazytO work and fe afe smart enoughbJiive witHout if and still k epout pCtheV laws Iut he There isa goodva grant lawbn the statute books as well asin the shape of a town ordinancefdf the Town of Spring field and Jit should be applied and every mothers son of them who cannot show a reasonable and visible means of support should be made to sufferi the cons quences Better than Gold it wf s ronbfd ftr several vnars with cbronc indJ esrtrn and nprvois dehiljty writes F Jt Green tif Haroaster N A No r med hopod nO uotil I bp gun iisinsr Elect ric Bitter whnh aid me moregood than all the ther medicines Ipvr uerl rIiy hrtVf ajsu tOJV orife i exiel1ent it h aijh fo yea She says El tic 8ittes tire ole dd for female w akupes tha they sire grand tonif nil in vienri or fnr wak run dWfl wom n No other m dcjrin P1i tnkp its ole in ur fkmiN TV thorn Oolv 5OCfltSgufltl bv Haydon A Weak Stomach Causes a weak body andlnvitcs dis ease Kodolt Dyspepsia GUHB cures and strengthens the stomach and also wards off and overcomes disease J B Taylor a merchent of Texas s ys I could riot eat because of a weak stomach I lost alt strength and run down in weight AH that money could do was done but all hipe of ra jcovery vanished Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by Kcdol I coacluded to try it The first bottle benefited me and livc rcstored me to my usual health strength and weight HaydOn Notice to CredItors By order of the Washington Spircpit Court all persons hay Ing claims againsi the estate of- sampel P Turner deceased are hereby notified to present the said claims pro erlv proven be fqreme at my office in the town pf Springfield Ky on or before plst dky of Feb 1903 This WQ 1903 Ugos lEDEBY M C W C Th f fbIdIen to Bei- e tr rday two girls claiming far nOm Samuels were in wn acking Ifelp By teIphon- eitvaiearuedi that no such par tieswere known in the Samuels jielghpprhopdland the wayfarers wete prohibited ip beg on the streerThis BSi L oFnfng two men nJim ji1 thes parts mad- ethjipearanue l4nd received a sjHiJIarwalumg from Marshal WiGell ifththeaesjred etlect M r W rerf vS they are prob ablyallQfQn f4roJYd It being a ngPj outoide a b7ituwomen of the1jiarty 16m ih and work on peoples pii4R ct4 ccaThowh I ir JJip r m I all meats datsed b7ifitjekln ys wilt iiot he diapcflttecliit3hejsc of QAY- UPA Its rrcmeoparev ejpec i aliy for kdney complaints Its use rJblIr anCamptell 1 rZ Ai Cte jjjjjjjjjj IILMbUilSFrom the JSpterprUe f CblILJS Whaynethe- Tixas sf auctiow ti PPri iihefi lowingt sale Q1 tyurf day One cow 16 5Qt tlmare 136 7- 51co122 24i 1 buggy s4925j 1 set harnets2751 pnapiont 5 1 cow and Ihelr rS250J1 buggy 3950 Old pr1O25 1 buggy11 50 1 horse 26ibne hoise681 cow 2750 I t The Pot office and store of Alr Ias ff MattinMly at Chicago was broken iinto one pjght jait week Postage stamps to the amount of about 85 were taken hand a small ampunt in cash It salsopresnijdt1ia 4 few a1 Seles of clotMngfrcrtrf the store fere taken JTh rfexlldavMr l IaOnl ordereil stamps frtm Postmaster BiT Conway of ihiJ3 city Asyet no clew asl to who the guilty Tjorspnis The iesidetfce pi M4arkl Mrtttinglyabn MafoV sttjeet was burglarized Monday afernoon uqabotit6 1in money wand be tween iBOald 40 in jewlif stoleb No one was athoroft when the robbery pcciurpd rtMattingly being at his work Jind Mrs Mattiogly t3pcn tpvyn shop ping No arrests have yet been m8debuiuspici nspointto guilty parties and arrpsts are likely to be made shprtl Since our last iis5ue flvo of the indictments against the L N R B for violating the long and snort haul clau t of the Consti tution have beentri d j fhe first case tried wag aismisseilLqn per eaptory Jnstructtots The other four cases resulted in + tine of 500 each There rem ips more thn 50 indiitme is ydtt to tet tried and an effort will be made to dispose of them dfiring tie present term of co irt LustvFcjday nigit inn by thp name of Gribb ug r ho hails from Taylor county was held up and robbed of 28 an4 Saturday Chief of Police Thmpson arn s ed Anna Spald np and Minnie Cowherd both rolured and lock ed them up on th charge of c rnraitling the robhttryj which pccured in fqrnt of their house imRailrOdii reet Th grand jury has the case and ttf indictment will likely Jo low nsuri f a trip to Frankfort fair bott women Thn Sp ldin woman is R wister oi the uptonp js Mare Lou who was given th echoic of going to the penitentiary or sh king the dust of Lebanon irom her fet foreverfind she chosothe latfer Tendency ot the TUnes The pudency ot medical scienee is towards prcrcntivc measures The bestthought of the world Is bieqff given to the subject It is easier and better to prevent than to cure It has been fully Demonstrated that pneumonia one of the taot dangerous disease that medical men hare to contend with can be prevented by the use of ChAtuberlahit Cough Rem edy Pneumonia always results from a cold or from an atack of influenza and it has been observed that this remedy counteracts any tendency of these diseasesi towards pneumonia This has ben fully proven nl many thousands of cases in which this rem edy has been used during thee great prevalence of colds and grip In recent years and can be relied nn with im plicit confidence rice ionia often results from a lttj cold when too danger isapprehcndecTuntil it is suddenly = discovered that there is lever and difficulty in breathing and pains in the chest and then it is announced that the patieLt has pneuniifiia Be on the safe side and TalfVJ tjhamber lains Cough Reined a stjiii us the cold is contracted For sale bflUaydou 1MrFin wlis Mv doctor told me that I had consumption and that nothing coula DP done for me 1 vas tlveD uptddie The offer of a free but He ot Dtyi Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced mo toiry it Results were star Lling I am noHv on the road to recovery and owe it all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely s wed mv life TJriis great cure is guaranteed for till throatI and luog diseases by OXlJ don druggist Price SOceots 1CO Triali l bottles r eIDeWitts Witch Ha The only positive cureijtt1td pro trpdingandltcnung piles Ott burns bfuisesi ecz ma and all aorasipna of the 8ki DeWitts is the only Witch Hazel Salve th atjsmadeoJ1i pure uuaduteltCh hazel pjill others iare counfeiferts DeWittsWJtcte hazel 53alve is made to cureOntcrfeitS- are made oiell HaYdon e cL i IOiiirNewSeliool t f Ike jriNMl Has kcii Bktaw4 Bwi11q TLo te r t 1 fr UiTO IE NiSOMfIJUtKA TOKSTRLJCThRE WIU tOST iI AOUT4W00O j The trustees of thenew rradedschbol district havepur Bhased ft sitq ibtf the new sati oI puildmg and areval work on the plans for the structure which i to beta twostory brick with all ibjodeVn cpn eniences iind ap Sbfntmeiits vt 4 begro ndtrthe location pi ie school las been bought of ivTO T 1tcElroy and takein about ion acres of the field lying til frpntpf Mr McElroys house jnd between the Ma lViIle and jrryyille turnpikes The place fords an excellent situationo- ro e school building and the wilt afford ample terri founds V playground for the pupils of the school The price paid for the ground was 300 per t1cre1 or abput 3 000 for the site The cost of the building proper Ifa not yet known as no plans Rave been adopted The trns fees have several architects at Work on the plans and specifica tions and at a meeting of the board later on these plans will ltje submitted and a selection made It is the intention to push the work of construction with all possible haste Sit as to have the building ready and the school organized by the opening tIthe school session in Septem her next A building to flU the needs of the school it is estima ted will cost in the neighborhood Of 10i00Q and the plans are ping made on that basis In this new school district 4QOahrdrenin order to make provision for the growth of the district it hrts been determined to erect a huilding with a capacity for 400 pupils The building wil be steam heated and provided with waterworks and all modern can voniericeSi The location of the school is considered to be as good a one as could be secured under the circumstances The board had purchased the old tovjgtpnln stitute property butth grounds were considered much to small for the purpose and the property was spld again to Messrs L H Thurman and W C McChord- to be used lor some other pur pose The school building will be located a short distance from the entrance to the lot at lthe head of Main street and will be about as accesaable as could be secured considering the amount of ground required I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy fora number ot years and I have no hesitaucy in saying that itis the best remedy for coughs colds and croup Ihave ever used in my family I have not words to express my con fidancc in this rcmejdyMrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by C J Haydon Lightning Strikes Up Not Down The cause of sudden death by lightning is tb suddtn absorpt ion of the electric current When a thunder cloud is highly charged with positive electricity hangs ov rrany certain place the earth beneath it becomes ab normally charged with the uegM Live current and a man animal or other object standing or lying directly beneath also partakes of the lust mpn ionod influence Bad Coughs I had a bad cough for six weeks and could find no relief until I tried Ayers Cherry Pecto ral Only onefourth of the bottle cured Hawn Newington Onto Neglected colds alwayS lead to something seriou II They run Into chronic bronchitis pneumoriiai h asthint or consuinption Doiit Wait but tak jj Ayjers Cherry Pectoral + I jtstas soon asyourcough I begins A few do swill I cure you then Coasuttyosi 2ScIko docWi ibea4o ath U 1iiltot h t font trt It wtU him wure lOATDt C0 l i msr J it If whim theantnjnal other object ijsliri thincodii JiFa chargelake plc iffTpir ctoupab v ther S Qlfo the eauilibriral will b is and v olenlpiJFlin language that we canS all tinderstand te Dejj five current ftomkLhe t fCb witr rush upto jposittveclou1c- urrtit tYPaSiu9tDIOug i the objegtwbich separates tbe two trrTD1tibe ati animal tblpgjwilldhs YJt tiC as to almdstinyaria ly prolu instant jd atbi t Accorditig to the yabpyfej which gQQmsa ipH ppthesii to say bel astja person iisr really rI19kby the grpupd currenjt jtnd not byrthe forked fury front above The Easy P11T peWit Little EarIysera dO Pt grippe or weaken the sytei they cure BUiiousness juandice t constipation and inactive bowels by rO Sing the teecretioifr taoving4he bowels gently and effectually and giving such tone to the glands of tze stqm ch tfvcr arid bowels tbatthe cause of thetfdnble Is removed entire y Thesefinous itittle pills exert decided t3nS effect onthe organs ioTolyetf andf used a few days there will The no returnTof the troub ejt Haydpn When Y ti feel blue and tHAt every tblnr goes vrabrigi take a doge of Chamberlains Stomach and Liseti Tablcts Ihcy rUlsieatfee audiinyifir orate your stomach regi4late your bowels give yau a reliah forMork almake you feel that lrith8 old Woit is a good place to live For safe Dy Haydon Base If S It The CampbellsvillJ Enqtirjier states that there is some talk of organizing boas ball Circuit composed pf the tqvnsofCamp belisvillel GroQnsbprgtOpliIthbia and Lebanon We haverttl heard much base ball talk for some time as the subject usually 1f8jltheppse that 1YQ Jj gJItf9 chirp Jind the flowers to blo all the boyshere will be willing to join our neighbors In any move for the advancementand liv du gence of thesporfc liebanoh Enterprise r One Minute Cough Cure giyea re lief in one minute because it biUVthe tqicrobeff whch ttcldcthe dinco s membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm and drawsout the Inflamation and heals and sooths the affeeted parts pue Minute pugbCure strengthens the lungs wards oft pneumonia and Is harmless and ntver failing 0 ue In all curable cases of coughs colds and croup One Minute 3ough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good for young a d old Haydon l Foloya Honey atr Tar cures the cough caused by attacks of grippe 11 lheals the lungs Wood Camp lJ A Growing Barn ThfevfollowingI is a pretty good 8tdry tntyou need not believe if you do not want to A farmer over in Indiana had a novel ex perience A few years ago he built a small barn and inits con struction us d green Willow posts at the corner and along the sides For ome time nothing unusual happened but after a y ar he saw that whereas he had laidthe floor near tie groundVitwtst- hree feet above the soil He discovered that the willow posts insteaaofbeing dead were alive had taken root and were grow jug Is their upward movement they had taken the barn along Last spring tho barn was on etilts nine feet high a ho put ma new floor and surrounded the poss with siding thereby making a two story affaiFt There is noW a spaca of seven Inches between the pew floor and the ground and the owher expects to have athree story barn in ithe course of time VA nlgbt alarm pfirc4nIbtI- s Worse thanan alarm the brassy coiigtr of ctoupAthich sounds like t childrphs eatW knell and it meansd atb unless something is done quicdlv FoleTs Honey and Tar never tails to giveiustahtre liet and Cures theorat forms of crOup Mr si B7rCerdl6r ol Man ttlngtbhKj rJtesA My threfe year jtid girL hada sUvere ease of croup the doctor said she could not live J got a bpttlfeof Fole 1Ionnan Tar and 0ie first dose gaY relietaud syd hetUf Fornaleito0aand Camp r saIcsmeNWaIitdTO I inloolcaftOrWash1ngtctazid ad jacen1 bun teso Salary yir iCOtnmlsBin Address the HARtBY OItJCa O1evnO If- k i 1 P HIMO wtet y ML4 I tv 1fi I tti4MOrxt- ewinle i ireiti iarh1O- zarli l9 n 1 M titt tI ilJ lti hiklyd o4sLrT- wutefed bjif P ft9 ittsmftunfli4UIIII tatreJ ndlIoweredthecir4theijw- ell j but tomy surpr1 wsnT ihe bnct eL4ame upgain n cin talced a pf eet9hp ittwhl b read rf Hfk qr dIe Tns- ay that I gladly iithiforLer-a I knew at once AjMtt I had fcw Irudetfupott anld tdponshln whiskey dfatilierj so uiumerpus inthati otTpn oft the cpnntry Jheyhad ptda well purb over theOutrce fpra blind jFk CjtastCL anitlthe difforeace fShe tR91lS with health bliitbg unesflr Kings NcwLfei Pills to taaint BJt Bjr gently arousing the lazy organs they coei good digeStipu qd heajj off constlpatfcton Trytbem 5cts at Haydo t The scratch of a jgie may lait eM oss of dimb lti1e blood poizouing resultom the i j fAndanger will be avprded hosyerby appIlug ChamllainsPaii1alss jg9i autisepCic and quick healing jitlseptic for cutsr burns brislsCiYei fe by ffayn 241 hIs Brother WUll Vinson fiftettXe old s nQfSamue Vinsptiv whg lives onPinecrkj uej rBrors ville Edmbnion county in b death inohpcrible manlier Tuesdayrningi He diIU older brother w recu tins wood joefara ledge pf took ori tbera k bluflV the youngfc boy being QeIQW the 1lPdg and- above the The olderoy struckthc pckwik his axv w1nptons of the ledge wcameiIpps fnd fell upon his brother Wlki below breaking both legs 2id arms rand mingling the+ i ppy horribly The boy idled alm- k TTKi J instGntlyGlasg ililenf S lOooiIoteJMr WWBaker ofPlaiaview Neb writes My wIfe had lung trnble for 16 years we tried a ntsmberol- 40tbE slid 8pin4 over a tSusand dollars without relief Sh wpi yery low antI I lost all hope when 4frIeDd suggcstcdying FpIeys Boney and VarwhIch r hid anti lljanks to tthls CTert reitnedy It save her lif e She is sfronger and enjoys bettfr healtk than she has known in ten years We shall never be iclthoat Folsys Honey and Tara wpu d asktheseaicte- dtotryitsot by WoodA cuAC1earaneSi f1 lIaViiigsoifDYftfi ifitr three miles from Sprinjan3i one mile ran Simt s bn ttii p3iksf lleading to Lebanon over at public sate on WEDNESDAY M Aljeir 4 1903 all my stock farming tpojj household and kiitcheVfur iture consisting of tthe fpllpwlnf 3pfie combinedraare in foal ta blued hprsej 1 work 1lP9ne 2xoardld finely bred HoiNtf isis yearling fillyvhigh vijSijJ ng mules 12exra njilcbl cpw ivlng milk pneflni h rt1lhead til hogsextlLood 1 new WagOn j 1 new baggy Lo1bs tone brakeqacfi mpwifi tftcjtiti good one liso arow SyDHyejr turning plows 2 double jgh6y 1 singleshovel o e rLt1i 5or sled ORe wheatrfan F J HO WoJd GOODSi Otto nice bedr n suit one PullmaU plush pinor suit ous centottable1one Hamilton organ two nice rockers 4 nice irpji beds one set extmct high back chairs 9 cans bottom sitting chair one dining abii ex ttenslon onetSeth hoaclocko- ne t steel ve JD f oojtOI one parlor stove ilibasting stove one sewing mwiiei 6n extra nice parlor lampj 8sitn8r 1 saddles one Wd saddle oaii bell ind many OthehnMtion- umerou t j to mention Ladies aeepecla11yr invie TERMS OSITJEA1I utna in- der 10 cash irtbaasint- j2tiscredit a nottb sp- roved acuit7 uego4isb- sps1tle lnhOt4Pik ja prll4 tIld + 5 BckN18 CorIr I 1wort iLb 5 t1k b j d s5JOfit LsWhileisnpw ur citlieb tlmrev fft 4rity todabb ftgiM4i tefpfferthmr th 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tat The uiaa uietbavsow i that Perry 1PII1t4 at boJ htij1 3 tbos c4 therit titIy years 1SJItht wi1stlb PerryDste p a- WheAhsIabfs5rn5U Ar C1aisn Ger Liint rhleyet th pall as 1tssctIsoltnand i I bvwiiq Cmbsl1- TI 4A- hSshysIc On jJi ou jIalwsyi use aIassitthue nd I4tvcr rablets ay j efabletsarcpIeiant and most tliabte eat mi For sale by Haydon J II1II Tiff NEWS UADER jPUBLj i L pRaft4P1BLDYxvNrj ft t 1F tI ft gr5I LkJ ditIjdisqIItI ta2att1Oa IloIIUelat H1t aSbJ t fiIIWal iIorI4 tl1 4r ittotJ1OCtSj it2 Cry Misttm i- u i riRtfOA VZUARY 12 11K3fid qi 4 i 1 e w I WmouI1ce the K QiIoiot tftj jetjIa DSSd o4ttbfe coQitfea ir yoii 1 ana Waab- ing1oi 0 i U9of the Dixio r fOiI ttUS Attorney bepia d ioBcQnoe i ki EX sPALDING i1 fj i4 fK Lb oMce of Corn AbioriieY for the nth l i 5 FI afMiitt MbjBt to the actioq Ii D4SCMiO pmrv Primary i iI Jltlita MI announceto I t f kMcELROY asm4IO fot the ornnatlon fo- rieflaJ Attotnejr of the iiitji e4a1i dict ubjecttO tbeJ Lr 4 rmocratio ttVIt Nti 4 a ar a4bericd t announcO- jJt t r L1DURIIAM rt l IK2t1H1 + candidate fo the ol dwMBOBWteaTths Attorney j 1iMjis JiM aetion of the namaE pait1fllthfi ttrt Elaventhb jesIgrk3t composed L lbfpetoliiMaiion Tqjic aa4Uzp Primary June 6 J j1M fi or Clrclatt derk- Wau4erkad L t to anhounco JI JaIMfcAMPBE L lda4 for the office of Circui- tUrk e1 WahIntcin cOuntI to the Jtemocratlo Primary y aai8iS te t dwmbef ii tirt oHoe by Robe Noe t 11 RcientMe WaratorV to announce i t JUJLD LYBROOKE a a candidate for the Demo tiiIc domination for the t office I rjl iSaUtltre jo tge Iowii bKentucky Legislatare from W KtoJi couzty subject to the ilrfrljBury February 21 103 i JThe President offered to up jUifct GenV Bagil Duke United 186liidirciit Judge of the cir cuitu omposed of the States ufc ji ckyandiII T mneceec Gen Bukfetle lined The appointment it iis sa dAyUi JJfJjeitljer OIiiopr Kentucky dtpendiHg upon wllicb States po1iin shl1 firtt agreepn e Wldaie Tiie Presidnt-t kyiilid to favor Judge Cochran thm6st available oftlr jt JrMUcKy candidates a az tIJ I Xzblic Sale IrAtorjiy for Mrs Teresa iBcl wilton Saiiflay felfMfy 28 iil at public auction on the pries the following property Sn Cpringld I A good tKOStpry dwelling on c tHigh streerneaf Catholia ut h Marly new with an acre k Alf the prpuerty on Main Jrtreet beloir the old hotel site r koown as the Dick Edelen pop erty itid consisting of a storej barber shop flutcher iilt and carriage warehouse All qf the above property is Tent aJ1d is yielding a good income 481ewill begin at SPiMv i Terpis will be made knoVn on fqfale G A THOMPSON ffi Atty for MrTercsa Boyle 451i 4 Wi ly r f XJaae cpaplaittt itline people th B any other 4Leaae1Thia U done i ile disease C1Dga inmidaoiis that St jetahoIdoith1aite1n before itI t t J rf 0f8lcd Ioleys Kidney Cnn WPCVeIitthedeyoperncntoJata 4 T dius4iei1takea 1 in time Wood aJai Notice 4All IwScwit haying claims 1 apiiiwfr tW uie Pf Amanda 7 MoOkin 1teNMed are Hereb to preentswe prppery e Jkt Wy fttca Iri iildKy 00 of before Marob Qjt9Of 4A 0 KlMBALL 4t Administrator The Eminent KIdnCI l and Bladder SPCCIIIt Mc r tr ot Swm Jet at Work J1ftt tttkwiitory- Tfcfre Is disease prevailing In this deceiSuveitaeart dIHue pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kIdney trouble Is allowed to ad voCe the kidneypoisoned blood wtlLattck orttilkldneya1hcmselvuliIreakdown rhen the richness of tno blood thralbumen leaks out and the sufferer has Brights Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr KflmersSwampRoot the new dls oevefy Is the thje specific for kldney bladder and urinary stthU cured thousands ef apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts haye failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A simple bottle sent free by mall ako a book telling about Swamp Rfot and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Ki1meCo Btajhamfoni N Y and jneation this paper Burec1 f9eathIThe negro Oim Becerwho- wnssIrepngin tbeii hat of Mr- AL Harpetllat BtQn1 wlieni lsf sIroyd by fire and who harely esc pea the burning building has since giedtJrom the effects of fbe burns fie reqeiv ed nafripgliisescapa Itiis supposed that Beeler caiessivl- uft the Ilantern baTming and in some manner it was fiverturneo while he was asleep When he IawokO the barn wasrin flames and tie Tad to make his v7Sv to the dpor ihrpugti burning hay He was badly hnrned about the ace and nedlcnd it w thought bra time Jhe wjpuld recover bait his injuries were more scidus- banhitthoug1t B eler bad beee employed by Mr 1J arned for some time iand was consider ed a leliable hand He was- urred Sunday r Bacdstown f3taneard T T LiNDSLE BfiiMay February 19 1903 Abtt praj on the premise will sell at public side one of finest stock farms iIi Washington couniy Said farm is known as ltlDc MJB Logan farm con taining 260 acre It is situated oithe Pleasant Bun and Leba 1ll turnpike 8 miles from Lebanon and five from Spripgfield There is 85 acres in wheat md- iqtset of young grassj 30 acres irifine timothy meadow and the rest in grass This is one of lbsjfinest watered farms in county two streams run through it affording abundance of pure stock water at all seasons he sides a number of never failing springs There is a fine young orchard all necessary outbuild ings stock barn corn cribs to bacco barns GKJ Said farm is susceptible of division leaving 150 acres in oue tract and 110 in the other and will be gold sepa rate or as a whole to suit the purchaser Perms liberal and made known on day of sale If W E RAY 7 Tiner cough are apt to result in consumption ifneglect dJThey can be broken up by using Fotdys Honey andTar Sold bA Wood Campbell isnI WurIflhl Ifl Serpent worship once very widely diffused survives in India Sometimes when Hlndoos find a cobra in Some creylc In the wall of their house it wllUoffen be reverenced fed and pro pitiated ahd if fear or the death of omc one bitten by it Induces them to remove It they will handle it teudorlj and let It loose in some field When Hindoos are bitten they have far more confidence In their magic spell or mantra than In any medicine even if they do not scruple to make use of medical aid iFII1 the Place Well Where one man is called to be a hero on some great scale 10000 men are called to be courteous gentle patient There are conspicuous virtues which make reputation and there are qUIct virtues the virtues of private life which make character It is not every mans duty to fill a large place but It is every mans duty to fill his own place veil Christian Evangelist A NaTrrovr Margin John Stuart Mill was once dining with two brilliant French talkers who were given to monologue One bad possession of the field and the oUter was watching him intently to strike In that Mill p lalmednloud If bet stops to breathe heVgone RespouhIbtiLiiea- Reuneinber said the serious citizen that wealth has Its rospousiblllties Teal answered ilr Cumror So ions as you are humble and obscure you can say seen it1 arid Itdpne U tha eat with your knife all you Tvuit taJWashIngtea8tar DcMwcd IheDear o1lje crushed and al most suffocated me What klnd of a bugdoyou call that tfettrnnfayFalmouth ta probably the oldest port In Engla ud It was used by the Phoeni clans at least 2500 years ago r 40 CM 4flppenuys Anion t + 1 Iepoited by o tqrrt t I 7i qW ErSut herland killed ahawk Mondathat measured 5 14 feel from the tipsof its wings t V i Z P Ledctftnan bought a Itorse fronrljee Settles for 20 also acQW and austack of hay j f Sutherland Bros sold iwo shoats to ButlerjghewmaUgi for lOanda fEwlb sIrvinKeeh- eforsrq Felix No LI IJotight of Robert Mattingly 22ewes lal8qer head Thomas Sutherland sold his farm in A Jers n couty to W tPFrdnklitt fortflO per acre pac Goulta and wire spentt Friday yith the family of tlarrr Shewraaker t A number of purfo criers were in Jown Wednesday jo uppeir before the BoSrd of Supervisors ViI pretestt attthesse smem of Ihejr and being raised There is quite a cymplatnt of high aXes but when we consider the expenses of our state we need not wonder abut hiifi taxes Quitejv number of our young people attended thn social given by Mr and Mrs j S Suiton at their home gear Fen wick It Is said that several of th young folks tripped the lightciantistiq A vicious dog hew has been miking it rather unpleasant for persons who happen to he out latj1 at night Saturday night the doer allacked Dudtey Su tier laud who at once openel tire on the canine but after the second shot he found thdog was not lo he baffled by hot ieadancUJDudey remembering the old adage that a good run is beter lthan u bad sand look to his heelnn itisi sid outran the dog At any rate he came horn at break neck speed Miss Mullie biif wrnaker who has beec visiing Misaoj Maul and Eva Intraii has returned ioi horhoine at Holland uccompi nied by Miss Eva Iiinih Please dont igb Sc hard John tho will come again P B Prather and Jtii Hogan went huniing Monday evening and killed 45 rabbFis ad it was not agood evening lor huiriog iiher They sold i hmm at 7 CIS1 u piece Our market report is about l as as follows Corn 225 per barrel oats 50 cts a bushal hay 50 cts aI per1shocktow but hogs are selling at most any price you ask for them and Ibera seems to be an increasing demand fpr them The prim iry is nar at hand and so far it nas been very qu et The race between Cam pbel and Bosley has created b t iittle inI erestisalI tips Democrats her seem to be in favor of M Uttmp belt It now seems that our young friend Mr Claybrooke will hav a waiKover in the pri IanI aIman in view who will nn him fVr his money Ve Utiuw of no bettor man for the placothsin I T J Pruther who is already rtcog nized as u winner by many of our voters iOiJr trustees have levied a tax thpIoffer one suggestion Why not sellthe house und secure a more suitable location to bild a new nev one that would be an urea ment to our community For the past few tcksa strange animal in this vicinity has been makina havoc with the hunters dogs It was generally found in Ue woods on the farin of Mrs McElroy It xoud jump out 1Ir the tree mind whip the dogs apparently without any ijescaplOneEph Settles and Tyler Bros took their uuns and dogs andsta ted gltheanimaljfar when the dogs treed but ttii- time thf b9 were quick enough t It J o o- II to 1 Mew7J4 Vsbo r be a ttv5 third growa wijacafy for by all vrtip have seen the cat PersonstIhr ipgjn the neaghbbthoad havG been g they could rj6vff account fjor unless it was awild aajmaFof sonfekihd t OG flfl- i flj i 1d j Mrs Mag Thompson has repov ered from avQiy of erysipelas M Mrs Motch Hiatt has returne to her home at Silver Lake Farm r as recovered from a spell of jpneV moni stie had jt Trent has moved Jjnto his house recently purchas qa of M W Hyatt for 950 qt Misses Mamie and ddia cSnodgrass of Corriishvill4 lare spending a w ek with Vlr s yusaii Merritt and family fi- Mtss Nettie Yates of BQ and and Master Harold Brow i f LouisVille are the guests rJvlrs A R Wells this week Mr Procter Masters and wife of Carfljwell visited R D Elleys family last week Mrs Lula Hyatt and daughter Nellie or Wackviile visited at the home of T W Reed Siinday Mr W S Gibbs veiled rriends lat Boston last weai JEraytus Yates ol otland was the uesb ol1l ves iin our town lest week IMd Crouch uivl Wife yiitcd Jr V8por shouse and fiimily nt Camden last yaturdayi and iSumlay y oJohn Turner spent last week at Fen WICK r Carl CoOksey o edC J Burn lus Sundayji T- GtNfUY J t 1A little morO ram andufmud Mr James Elvin jeJ on hn best gill SundaIsml M r Brack Powell sltilid his farm to Air JniiusPatter Qp for E6O an acre n Mr William Fenwick hta sowani7pigs for 37 f tn a Hnecalf for flO Mr Wilson Gill h4s bln Vn thee bick list several iveeks Sorry to say he is im better Mrs Will Thomas isijon th6 sick Ii t bu iis thoujru to J e bet ter at tots writing 1 Mr Jo Oskeysar dwifcj spent Sunday last vith Mrs IW A Barker fj Miss Souria and Ada FtjJJwick wereat vlis Annie Htatjs one i lit le daughter v1dggie Lee Ysi dythe family of Mr roe HtJdytlJlI uay last iii- ACay t y an d tugh tejlisp nt Sunday lait with tIe fafm f H C iliinary 0 tit INv Glt r lDH Baxter of in out villatfQ Sundiiy lasjll Mr John IC4ley wits LVJM anon thp first of the ttijek on bUi nesQiij tMrs Alex Thompson tjfFred erickstown is visiting lierfraother at this pi ace J IMr and Mrs J B ifenwick t d houiH euftcrf a visit to in Louisville Mrs H H Ford EthejV rriall and Herbfri Walaton of qtibanon spent Sunday with heir Fother Arznal WaisJou J Miss Til ie Litsey andjhAntjie Lugs on spout tthe l1rbtQt the wek with Miss Pearl Felliv Mrs w F Lo sdon and = M t1ttf roiro N i r1 1hadilmoThrisvouched hcaringstrdne npjsesljhat WIII1bthg seyereattielf rpentswhilethere- James liotlandjjvjsit Andersldticstll nglltHpsowI fMr ellMr IIIDuncBIwus sandilrelarelatives iCkI Relievii lst t ly Caarlrh fj itI I SoreGJta I Pfot BJteMI v J And aH Sorenesc cfl Skin and lJuzcki 25c SOc SXOO Bottles AllLPrt t iA1 FASSS iE11CI 1 VvvvvV 7u 1 o v v rr FOr ayC J Haydon q Itij iQe-rYrt1 spentiast w lkvhh ici- atkCsUrT8as hfMr Br ahtpr BatlhjoD was hee ast week on business Mr Sam SeTtlesK w V iVoiv nishville laSt weekon business Miss Maggie SmTtb nas reJ1ttll- ed to her homeafleia yisn to her sister near Fredeukstowri Folfeyw Honey and Tar i the l s for croup and whodplip cough cn- t i 1i no ooiates and cure t qniekly Careful mothers keep it In the house Sold by Wood and Cjtnpbeli Any slmp4 remedy will stop acough any smple remedy will dry It up How iiiauy consuniptiys have vriflid their l vsnway by usig medicinvs of tui iiaturc Dr Classef Uough Syrup heals the lungs and removes hetintlainattoii Only in this way can hure be obtained Sot by Wood L nphellJj TIu tul Co of East t ta Lou wint aman with rig in troiiu e Poultry Mixture in this ci On ty they offera salary of 300 per mouth to a good worker aiM hey furnish bank reference of their rJJa bility Send stamp fpir full partic ular to EUREKA MPG CO Box 100 East St Louii in- ivhalei In the Thames Ii In former tiines the appearance fa whale in the river Thames was consid ered ominous One was caught off Greenwich thrde mouths prior to tile u nth of Oliver Cromwell and the com mon opinion was expressed by Heath in his I lagenumH pleased God he remarks to usher in his end with n great whale three months before June 2 that came up as far as Green wich and there was killed Evelyn In his Diary WIder the date of June 3 1658 mentions that a whale was kIlled off Greenwich and that It drew an Infinite concourse to See it by wa ten horse roach and on foot from Lon don and all parts According to Rob ert Hubert In his Catalogue of Nat ural Har tics the tongue of this whale was exhibited daily for some time at the Miter near the west end of St Pauls churcb In February 1857 another whale was caught in the Thames and In the Times of that month appeared an ad vertisement for a piece of ground some 40 feet by 60 feet on which to exhibit a whale The piece of ground adver- tIsed for was found in the Mile End road and the whale was exhibited un fit March 14 In the same mouth namely on March 21 expired the house of commons which had been elected In 1852 Iljxrlntr Fun With a Tragedian On onof the times when Barry Sul flynn the great Irish tragedian was playing Hamlet a certain clever low comedian named Hoskins was gravedlgger After answering Sulli vans Question How long will a man lie in the earth ere he roUt Hosklus procoxiled with the business of tIIUF trating his reply Taking up Yoricks skull he spo the words of the text Now heres a skull that hath lain in the earth three and twenty years Whose dp you think it was Nay I know not replied Sullivan as Hamjct This skull sir said Hosklns waS Dlavolo Antonios whom Booth fought In this city The bousc roared with laughter while STilllvan stamped and fumed ex claiming Yoricks sirt Yoricks No said Hoskins coolly when the tumult had subsided and taking up another skull This is TTorlcks skull the kings Jester but tothers Auto alas Just as told youKuusns City Independent Bottom of a Sea Falllnu Out Scientists tell us that counting from the sea level tbel lowest bpdyof water the globe U Caspian sea For centuries its surface has been gradually Hittling doVn until now it Is eigh tylive feet lower than that of Its near neighbor the Black son which also lies far below the level of the oceans The common conclusion all along has been that the Caspian WitS simply losing Its waters by evaporation but recoil In vestjgntlon shows timer this not the case Soundings nimh ant iom red with record of eoundlr nniriVover lOt years ago reveal tin astounding tact that there is even untiter ilipth of Hotter now tiallUH This Yes butiie hypothecs iliat would scvui at nil thimblethat the bottom of tjsea actually sinking There is ich speculation In scientific circles to what will be the final outcome HJce Putter Not Matte Front lucy Rico paper Is not made tram rl nor from rice stalls nor has It aiij on ucctlon whatever with rice It Is of Chinese manufacture and Is made from the pith ota certain tree rescm trnctedIcylindrical form they haven large tint sheet This Is pressed naiL other shoots added until the required thickness Is secured The paper Is then rudely Klzcfl and Is ready to use It was called rice papor tinder strpposltlou that mien it wns llrst Introdiiml Into Eu rope it was wade from riiv stalks and the name has never brett clmnged ChtiCheeses conic under three general heads whole milk skim or sour milk and whole milk and ireum The ripen- Ing of cheese upon which depends ItsI the action ot bflavor Is due to cterlaI which are ever present In milk also In thol rennet which Is used In the manu Incture Cheese which tuna been Im properly handled Is apt t accumulate deleterious bacteria Choose has great nutritive value It yields nearly three l times the amount of caloric yielded byI moderately llean ldIiimasitInirIClam Welt aunt your photo Sisnipescbottea7IMiss Maytieval muinlIyYes they went back too with ii note ex pressing thy opinion of his impudence tIGrl1cloosWltnLwnirlf Why on the back of every picture were these words The original of thhi J cnreCuUypeservod j i To Core it CoM in One Day T mcJ qaTIb 4laMw I Jj lWIr 1111 L 111 IiW iI iliIi i IJ I t I16J I rm6r Suppiyioue7 q r rn 2i tU 1 U lii M l 1 c F34Tcfl1tJ 50 iIwmm l i ew iE t GREEW 4LLC jJtA 5- IIs tht place to gowith your pJ dutcJJJ J getyout Sunply oi L i sJI t41TIcf 5i- F Of all kinds Agents for OLD R1CKi1Y W4 1i f= for the Celebrated I M Ii EIJLWOOD STEEL WIREPENcESj Our line of bUggies ibr the Spring Tide is- Jej npiJardve and IS more elaborate than ever fI ht i1kIoltjH COAL In any Quautity at Lowest Pric1es fl i I1it4J awduP1lrx t1t SJ i THbMPSON GREENJJ it P t Iji PRTNQRFC uz3 O3ti l1- IIMI 1 t t t O ff i tftt tt t mtJmm i f ti Nasal ffiATARRH In its ltagesUW should 1JeanlIIieIL Elys Cream Ba1- Ceaeeoottszan4he the diseased memhnu It mel ctttnh end dr1r away S old it the hiai nifrkly c flaim Is4ilrt tha tps- oer the memKne j aedlito scr and n enra f Is riol Jrjlat oot jrodaca zeezing ije60cvrii d ti or by mill Trills cents b null y Blft THEBfl5A aStre t v Aariracaloua Vault The most lnteroIs place of pfJ gr innge In Dubij St MIcLaas cluth where the onran fe still to be seen upon which llandellls sa 4 to have ioiiiiosed his lessinh In ie grave yard Is the last ro place ofRobgrt Emmet and the iifSLMTcGans provides a more r ome thrill than the morgue The on lifts an Iron door descend few nule steps carryiug a lIght v out vhlch the place would be pII ark ham follow and find yourself narrow passage from which celllIU caes Dlonging todiffc itt friuiilLs ol Wheth er It Is wing to oxtreme dryness of the ruiiidlicA tsr to some mysterl ous property of the place tint process of decay has been arrested and the tea tunes of persons dwul for two centuries may be recognize a authentic per traits Here He Others Shcares who were executed for their share In the united Irish conspiracy side by side almost with tim Earl of Leltrim who was murdered about thirty years ago The earls ancestors for hundreds of years back re the same vault Perhaps the strati 1 thing about the vault Is the fact that apart from the weird sensation there is nothing of fensive in the 8urroundlugs London Tatler How Slots Fall yiien Shot Nearly every otc amillar with the traditional stage 1here the victim of supposed death ot strikes an at titude clasps his hand to his heart stiffens every joint and muscle breathes hysterically and goes down endImantle attitude Sometimes mop are nsIthe position was taken after the fall As a rule a man who id bit above the hips sinks down The slighter the wound the more coiyiiiotlon for the body instinctively res1stsju4t R It does when one slips or la pusTJW lidos with some vt But n OP In a vital spot the resistance and men sink r or reel and turn ble with very It control 1CroK a Dnr Vnny sons tf poem Crossing the Bar was wr says the present Lord Tennyson poets eighty first year on a u October when we came from AK rth to Jarring ford Before real i Farrlngford he had had the moan of the bar in his mind and after tl f he showed mo the poem written That is the crown of your HI work said his son who was the tuna after the poet to rend Cross the Bar and who passed the first criticism upon It such fitting and generous language llu came in a moment said the poett- and he explained tho pilot as the Di vine and Unseen who Is always gold Ing us A day or two before ho died the poet caHlnghis son to his bedside said Mind you pu Crossing the Bat at tho end of all editions of my pins Learned to Cipher Aunty So thi was your first term at school What didvon lenrii Little Girlr lemTl how to cipher Aunty You Icitni Little GirlNo IIrltbmetlcJ write cipher notes oJi else couldi tJ A Uttle girl taught DIe He Got It CniIotistlieeditor iu tlCnoy No bos ill allcil wonder Ifer begot the poem i sent him Ottlce BoyI told yer he waft t didnt I i v FinsuUt ICThnt deaf and dumb woman is quite a linguist ciA what FInsuIst she speaks four languageji on her angersPhlladelpuia Bulletin 5k uo i JJ5 1sNiawj4 14 DONTFOI I GE I tk iiI 6euniJ r ift W i jJih j 4 W1euJou f1aY Il y any Building to do thajtthe fl fL3TnAJt1l Sprflgfield Liimbi1on jjrr s ready to tirnihtima1 pj1 indoft vv v jii tl r Building Materials and will take Gott trets 4t t4I4 r tn all kinds oluimv yt iT h nfsHji I i 4 3 lou and re5 eLUmpelj i PSlDOORS SASH18L1DE1C5-i J tWe Also Handle Gemett iWh i t r t J ttt1j FPTTus M BY l t h ti TUllllllllf nt It tbc tIjSt nmm dr it ltitVrlisiOlld itt tIs tr l litl1j 44 itr rtII lIh lff tp ttil It c ii In f hIJ trriru1aG l inut Il sti vi ii t liI itd iv I slmimgbt Hand hlltlI 41 i atie fir slncv titi jtytthJnk hV UuHllgn ri T vX LBlCnud his ou Bpijils MinHslKiChfcagp Post ar i 1 Ir ApII7 Fiplcased r J Small Boy got two HcklngjrJodayi u frtmi pit rrt omit tfabt ma Big l3oyes they nreii FpnnkJnp Princetoij Tigeri Tke iMtrodnctlott bflFtlt Forks are articles of such common household necessity to us that w hard ly realize that there was a1ttmapd not so long no either when forks were Wedyto up food so cut was afterward conveyed by tfie fingers l the mouttulUch and poor alike were orcastomed tbthia method and so thong t It perfectly correct It was about year ICQOi and In the Igu of Jainets when forkawere first itniced lutOIEngland This plece of iomrtit e aro told Wits de 111thp ItIJll1 u r ZCDAuGIfT cOnStipa onflnotSidtn tharma clogging of the bOWeI lnd 11thlnllles thanvjtal stat nation or death if not relieved It every constipated rgouldrealize that he is allotrity poiionous glth to reniain in his system hie would soon cet relief Constipation invites eli kind ot contagion Headaches bilioos ness colds and nany other all meRts dis ppearJh toI1ti paled bow ls urereimeved Thed thorosgl1lycleansoot and natural manner without the urging rof calomel or otherTio int cathartics Besurethatyoiigetthe oriff nat Thedfords Biacrnjhtm- ade by The Chattanooga KdicineCo Sold by all druggists hi 25 tandl00 packages IoriiArkxarMDst IeiotreeoaedTbedfsi4sJt ruthttGklItlr IkeitIearbM iieU4kaveusscelsiyear sever wr nfcMrm = otter kzMin T I M ke akte U MhMt K OIIacee tetklllwlneWtC aoUeL TMT iniililBi Ii all tWDU 1bIeimdi Shaky In the wilds of South BMrtca BMRJ rope bridges exist MriJT wxltiag rthem fl traveler wh4 paMIsiftUMW1 Messrs Leugth1lshi UraaMepat- hins and Forests pf Poa Aijwa says Tfierjelngl f hotrelrW sack bridges as venrttecessary were usually construct 1 pt pc9Uple el rep stretched across a chasm sipee irkldi was spread a roafeh Us4 ofrOBwrtJIliC made of pliant eed c Gt rush Such bridges swulfgabetfb- erfuIlftnck4lsa4 rlI7Htss If about to give way O teIJMML jbreath white passing sack xlHM pmomentarily capetl t1IPssSJ trivancc to part 1n the mfualj fIicW waspWnty of vrdencc lii tIre eIII- 1toy1t and muke owtbu reeks ha- low tbntaeeMeatmietiufruiiieusrI1y turred but I Wft8 ASihtltU m ft many men were li t whichnt pgaf iras an exccedTnkvJ Ctiirjfaiw ohce especially ii 1 not4esd Juft the tguides werq carefal tq pee that ettftif T qr George wai itf iNV Mrmi these confonestue it ihic these places we aw sa tliw fct4W feet below the slnhlLaMsuwE1- men f wtt twjitf haul bees l1t ik eiuut years before iSnakes Waits Little TtaM rtag z A serpent Willl ifer witkaiul hinieaeveV w1bMf4lardqckmeal and aftenrarA tj wmiie dIgestionjoes WSfW a8u11l ieat MlA z =jkdisposed to eat aad a f Jhliit hffwM to be Introduced late Its Mfr LW plainly be aeealMe tf iwMkViiWNtt ence Is quickly aotlcd iif itMlfct snake will begin 4 Mere rtf iisst tJUlit bna brougklits saqtitsrabbits muzzie Thefa 1NuivIli seize the Mbbltg ho iiKiw- nouth sImuitaaeoumsjyuelig Jtto4JVTheIs InipqssbleJor tlCertainly lrlt sneer moru t1 when killed V pIjZaiiisima itdoes not fmmedtetelytuncoUl ill Mi bur continues for a tIme to h6H Mt TT tIm tightly embraeea seeUg iiMc j7 lug Itself gentjy to ssid frK nitiflt slowly unwinds its huge body M i4Mit more takes the rabWia lM4 lu Mi mouth and swallow It jL1ftSib JlertiniA1tHt iIn Brittany wh ra kewXp iM s to knead dough abe iuke a ciW her r1ht band A left wiir lBe is the trough 1t cat eteS1- Is 1t believed the bc Ml wtII Mi tlMi It Ia 8dcause ttHSn felfiiif J Os tho coast ef tM haml ti dsuskaadjured teJa1tate iJMflII tile raodthebahiradtstsl rIM ovea SIi icrd iiInetted with crowds s 1 uIiu- Te ores is s w isi IIia dIdaa W1wood Is wabses4 w tJ 2MtsuI ut o be idays as ea Holy Frfiar tsight of Air taiiri irtai IW WW eitlt DfiJlLMRWflkSIMNT E TCD p t EUff dit JI Work Sffitto d lmr h f c- d 1ttt MflTON I l OFFICE OI JMMe ti J j If lzIt11N1 IIUU jf iiiJ JIKLDKT k fc fI tI JI JJr Riniti Ior Ji Psip1uDpoiit frj 1- 21Th pw F J WIGRIGSBYj TTOWYAT LAW fl1PMP1e isiiic JtJMLIUFJILDSz2r awurMr R UerwT 1ftM tk J MMHrf W IMCMBM CW- ri I kdiisIi4 riMller TelmiM k MITfH f greater rM tiMIMirf of tke aercyin- tft thy te tke lb- Wr Wkethe aIr I iw dIs a krer vo1ne fJ I H u- iaNsI1i te IMfC1H7I In MM take ami the terMMter said to IfkL TkiViiin twT cluHfe ef heightl 4it T iIt1JTH wMck we b ere a j tli e Ithe- e etaSr ar rJIIIriIiJIe e Flat A idi ttot sayl tHtHit the earth Mra4teMd IM Na would be two 1KyK t world tn4- sa Ok I1Irjtout th to1i w1IIcxf amjr BMB la caught flatten SIIc tu8artJa ikeet li u et aW dtbe tee blamed particu lar whet at Theres a whole bla- medb11QahL tha tent ntm nr tieenhaLc1l e Ciseethatube1l look sr r cheap aad common that the price 7 I JDeator Thafp the beauty of that ahreKiu ltB Bade of the very best ate bat made to took as If If waat werth ateallag Phdadjaphla l rrl Il4uIrairui epioi Bteeher hai faMthatSpargeon owed h jurilfcrky BO sere to his Cnlvlnlsm thaa a eaaeIewed its excellence to Its hm i 1 relied said Bputgeon that the h ap was a store of tat oa whkkthe eaaaelMTed n ioog1oar Mf amd IhatitBralM depended on itt 4 bpi WktT iAYI JLiwHhr JMribUa harrkter waacsn Mii lrattt idaB u to calling out a TlaW who had Insulted him Te i andjjtsWiklEl 71Mietiee revenge that iiiI It Wffl katOfe ilecure und certain 1xcer Far Xlnrm Iwraace Agetit Now that a iftWi jpm think y jo fr take Mt a life poUcy Hewed Ob guessnot dint think she b geiag to prpre dauguruuxChi eaae NL t 2 J tJ rwt k r p akeTbe4rogran3ule itnys It U t WeflUnfpkt rri fretheGetWaL l should tilhi1- kwereg1a4 t eeuffb oJet rid f It t i1 U My tera Kili tii 4 reman of au Irish Jj erjr fcMW2lytij bia verdict Weflad tbe mail who stole the mare rtriUtjr 1rSU 3v partetK I Beeead 4etcrit aslv PftOFIT1 The matter of feed is clI tremendous importance to the frmer feelirig is Io Riginfeedin iari4t- Ih The uptodate m knows t hatitto feedihii cpws toget the inottmilktls pigs tot get e ark Is hens to NJ g44sggsButJabbutthhildren Are rhey leer according clehcet a tone food if nesl ale soft and undeveloped F ijcj and inuscle food if they Mbi izfdWeakaWLa blood- j Jocdif there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed bod the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood and musclet th Lime ndSoda make bone ZIid brain It is the standard tifiqfo for delicate j c1d i Jer tIMPIC jI kttietithst1 iwy bMtls of Mr ScottBowne CHEMiSTS PeerlstNY TOM r 4iill1ttJ 111aj iitL1r irf 1 f AHAtY1Fs i1Uftig1u r DjsY1r for sale by Jno 0- tShr Glass and china ware atJnofc C Shaders If you watt pu country lard C VF Hagan has it Rice Hominy Beans Qatsat roo 0 Shade Mince meatf and applebutter oat JnoCShade s A fall line of dried fruitsatE S rMayes Jr grocery Cream and altRis5ng bread at Jno G Sliaefs l Go to Thompson Green fd ndrthern white seed oats For Qt ething g od iju coffees Jno Cv Shaderhag thlem Openkettle new Orleans mo lasses at Jno C Shaders f Try my 25c vinegar it will surprise you s 0 W Hagan Grits rolled pats and other breakfast foods at Mays gro cerv Youcan get all theZDaisy flOur- y u want at all times at Jno C Shaders Pure open kettle New Qrleans and country sorghum atOW HdganTake e your shoulders an4 Bide meat to Jno C Shader for the highest price Winesap apples fresh celery and other vegetables nd fruits at M yes grocery Best package coffee on earth Costa Ric 15 cents per package For sale by E S Mayes Jr fOR RENTThree rooms in the Thurman HouSe in Spring field ApplytoSTColvin- Please c llana settle my books are with Wood Campbelf Mrs Kate Williams The ladies of the Presbvterjan church haye decided to postpone their County Court dinner until May Remember Thompson Green SpringfieldOliver Chilled plow repairs Quick sales and short is my Imotto therefore prtJfits1 pay you to call and see CW Hagan If you alwaysl want what yurIproduce is worth take it W Hagan Lie pays the highest market price Cash if preferred See me before ordering enlarg ed portraits elsewhere I ife size crayons 16x20 from 75 cts upIE I A Coxi EL S Mayes Jr the grocer handles the National Biscuit Cos fresh bread Supply teceiyed daily All persons ind btcd to Mrs Kate Williams will please call at Wood Campbells and settle Mrs Kate Williams Remember that C W Hagan parries a large stock of fancy gfuo r 3 yid his prices are right Try ar coTrvifreeLyjpur self j Improve your stock of poultry by buying some thoroughbred cockerels and hens of M H Jones at the Poultry House Springfield White Plume Pride of Wash ington Daisy Ky Star Sprint field Choice and Center Shot Hour atJno C Sbaders Isaac Curfys old stand Now is the time to dispose of your shoulder meat because J aot jit and I have always heard it said that was the time to sel or buyC W Hagan 1i Takn yOurt Laundry to Jim Hagan andget a chance on that fiye dollars he is offering First glass work guaranteed Laundry called for and delivered jtstill have five or six of the leading varieties of poultry Dont fail to prpvide yourself with something gol =j M H JONE have the sole agency lOftt Springfield for the celebrated Daisy flour formerly handled by Isaac Cry and will he glad to sapply custooiera E S Mayes Jr iWmit SS I IIr IIP ti Jno C Shader handles afuli line o cfRars and ltobacco Anice and complete line of candi stltJno O Shaders 1 13nanaworan e cmo 1s6gsj and raisins at JBO C Shaders John C Shaders grobery is the place to get anything you want to eat l fiI LOST cAtStrayedIrOm ray j heme in Springfie1d bout three j weeks ago a Jerseycalf aboutt months old Reward for its recovery J Notify meat the depot J S HAGAN The work 6f remodelling the business house occupied by Grundy Claybrooke CQI has begun and extensive improve ments will be made Mr OSP Stanley of Bardstown has cbi of the work Carter Brothers mute buyers of Tennessee were here last week ftnd bought up a car loadli l of mules in the county from arjious paries They shipped fromii here 86 head which they bought ai from 80 to 100 per head Mr L P South of Frankfort l KyM arrived here Mon lay even ing to accept a position with the l Drug firm of Wood Campbell Mr South iis a thorough and competent Druggist and comes well recommended by all Who knpa him J The Alfonse and Gassou Com edy Company a company of high class prformers present ing farce couiedy and vande ville will open a three nights engagement beginning afr the Opera House to night Prices 35 25 and 15 cts Mrs R A McElroy and daughter Miss Alice were pain fully injured the other day by being tbrowp from their carriage which was overturned by a run away home Mrs McElroy was bruised and badly shocked and Miss Alice received a number of scratches and bruises Both however are able tobe out Mrs Emma D rpy an old and- re pecerl lady lieu it her home in Springfield on last ednesday night after a short illness of pneumonia The decease l was about 60 years of age mU had theIseveral19rowntook place on Friday morning from St Douonids church which she was a member OfI I Mr H B Powell has sold hisIfarm on the Texas pike a the William Mayes farm tot Mr James Patterson for 60 per acre The farm consists of 146 acres and is considered one of the best farms in Washington county Mr Pow h has only Owned the place a little over aI year but realized a handsome fostbiDhimMr M H Jon smanager of Grinsiead Cos poultry house at this place has a plan to en courage farmers to bring all of the eggs and other produce to Springfield The plan which is fully outlined in an advertise t ment in this issue is to offer 110 Hin cash prizes to those bringing the largest nuinbe of eggs to this place between now and Nov The idea 1s Mood one and wilj encourage farmers to bring their produce to Springfield rather than with peddler and crossroads merchants Have you noticed our Jiberal offer to subscribers on the first page of this issue The Amen dan Fanner CIne of the best farm papers in tin country given with aHIoldnother year We will also make the following offer The NEWSLEADEU the Weekly Courier and the American Far rneralL three forone year for 150 Regular price 250 We also have attracive clubbing rates with other papers and magazines Let us know what you want for Salt Fifty thousand foet of lumber in the ree pf all kindsftncluding a lot of cetlar Also 20 acres fttobacco land to lease to good man Otis Porter Botland Kr H DTtQFJCftINEuAxe 1t 8 tAm niIY located ilL11ft SPJuNGFJELDJdi f L 4 tWr TObmCCQCOPi bacco bought and handled at its warehouse at this pi 9bY several hundred hogsheads The company has priced and shipped to date this 820- hogsheads that will Sipj yerage 1800 pounds 6ver a million pounds of tobajci pban dIed so fat with the bujijigf season a little over half goM The average price paid per lijahdred for this tobacco is estim sjted at 6 which means an immense sum placed in the farmers hjj ids for one years crop The Assessment Raise The Board of County Super visors has completed fts work with this years assessment and after hearing all protests i have trned in the final figure which T a big raise in thefaxval Jon of the county Ti0 total wise in the valuation tj is year over that of last year is 141268 The raise is given in detail be- llw according to districtsi the figures representing the j ncrease in the assesment this Y ar over that ufla t year V Springfield No 8Lai865o- ts S4 820 personal 790P Springfield No 9 Lant2705 lots 1800 personal 251110 Springfield No 10L4d55 0 16JJOOFredericksburg 7320 lots 105 personal lS2i- MackvilleLand S6128i lots 150 personal S8 685 PottsvilleLand 4574 lots 475 personal 85470 Ii Brush Grove 2875 personal 100jMooresilIer and 425 lots 100 personal 2300 WillisburgLaM 35 5 Ibis 1QO person 700 NorthLand H510 personal 1650 HendrenL nd 321 5 personal jVKelleyK 118430personal A Card J 7 y SPRINGFIELD KY Feb 11 03 To the Public When announced myself as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit court clerk it was in the belief that I would have no opposition in the pritrary and probably jione in the general election in N ember Conditions having changed I contidently believe that 3f I were nominated a Republicanjnomina ion would surely ba mad and a hard contest follow Being unwilling tOincur the expanse and make the sacrifice ofttjfmeand energy required by two political fights I have determined to with draw from he race With many thanks to the many who bate been my friends in this matter 1 am Respectfully OF BOSLHY Great Bargains if200 enliiged portrait frames all size and shapes to be sold within the nex 60dayshVVby pay agents two prices Buy at home and save 100 per pent E A iox w- ic W 1J 4 7ti n 1Sainb i sIweek 13 j John R Barber was in stowpIastweek- uissi Catherine RusselLwasin Bardstown the first of the week Miss Lizzie Haydon is Tisiting her sister in Bardstown this w ekf MrsJ L Allen and children are visiting relatives in Louisville this week Messrs GC Wqarton and R Masterson are in Nelson county this week on business Mrs G B Hawkins of Law1 renceburgis visitingher parents Mr and Mrs M L Searcy this week i Mr Bud Hendren of Jefferson ville who has been employed in the cigar factory here has return ed home I Mr and Mrs C L Price were in Bardstown last week to attend the funeral of Judge Stocker qJAppleof Bardstown attended the fun eral of Mrs Lee last Saturday Mr Sidney Green was quite ill toe first of the week and his friends were considerably alarm ed about him He iis much beter now however Rev T N Arnold of Frank fort was herO the first of the week Rev Arnold i the minister who preached the late Wil liam Goebels funeral Mrs Gqorge McBride of Lou isville came in Saturday nteht for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs M L Searcy Mrs McBride was quite sick when brought here and her husband in Louisville is ill of typhoid fever Mrs McBride is how ever much imprved at this time Death of Mrs Lee Died at her home in Spring field t 880 oclock Friday morning February 6 Mrs Lidia S Lee aged 79 years and one day The news of the death of this good woman who was known and beloved by a host of friends in Springfield and elsewhere was received with many expressions of sadness and regret Her modest and unsolfish life and beautiful Christian character was such as to command the re spect land love of all who knew her Mrs Lee had spent nearly all her life in Springfield having been left a widow with a family of small children by the death of her husband during the war She managed to rear the family and live to see them grown to useful maturity Her faith and trust in her Savior was beautifu and simple and she lived as she belieVed She was a member of the Methodist church and the funeral services were held atthat place on Saturday morning Rav Miles Saunders a lifelong friend was dent f r as had been her request ani peached the funeral ermoj The children who survive are 1enr G Lee Misses Lizzie antJosi Lee Mrs WM am H McElroy and Mrs W A Waters of this place Suit for Damages A damage suit f considerable importance was filed in the Circuit rlerks office here Tuesday U IIII III IIIIIIIIUM- 12I PRICE Ladles All Wool RSS1SKIRTS One lot of Corsets And ia lot of Shoes For the next 30 Days we a will P1thh1e1 above prices a Just receivingthe largest line pf WH 1E GOODS EMBROIDERIES and LACESf fever shown in the town f ROBERTSON BROi I D I 1111t I w u by Aix S ttu i ilusiiist jLI tr I fpr iiwuue Sutton depeas dj his wIf3vTiiB p1ilJor IPOQQ and 1s agatbs John W Kliy Glenn C Wood and Herman Mudd who at one time composed the Wood Drug Co doing business in Springfield The peti tion allegels nrsets Out as a ause1or action that the saidi Nannie Button came to hdr death by being given strychnine from a bottle purchased by her son from Herman M udd of the Wood Drag Co when heblid called for and was supposed to haveI received morphine Mrs SuttOn had been using morphine and toOK the strictinine thinking It j to be morphine and a short tune1 afterwards was seized wjth cpn vulsions and died Carelessness I and ignorance are aileg dbY1 the plaintiff against the dftenj dtini dt and W D Olaybrooke appear as attorneys to the petition Death of DrFrank Grfcsby At the home of bis uncle near this place on Saturday the 7th Mr Frank Grigsby died after a lingering illness of consumption The funeral services were con ducted by the Rev Father Hen nessy at St Dominics church on Monday His remains were laid to rest in the old Mt Zion cemetery near the home of his child hood Our young friend had just bloomed into manhood form ing a useful and noble life but during that period he had gained the esteem of all who knew him for to know him was to love him He was a kind generous upright and obedient son and has left behind many sorrowing friends and relatives as well as the heart stricken family They littlel know how much they miss ed him until he was wrapped in the cold embrace of death but what a sweet thought to know jEhat Some day some time but ah not yet we shall meet in that bright eternal home f To the sad heartbroken mother we extend our heartfelt sympa thy for having nursed him andl cared for him so tenderly through his long iillness It was very sad that be could not be spared to her a while longer for his work on earth was un ffnished his column is broken yet bhe Almighty doeth all thing for the best although we carihot see his reasons now we will learn hereafterA concourse of friends and relatives were in attendance to pay thelast sad tribute to our departed friend and many and touching were the expressions of sympathy extended to the be reaved family Yes we shall sadly miss thee and non can ever fill thy place but with loving hands apd watchful care will thy last resting place be tand in sweet memory of thee wilt the flowers and grasses on thy grave ver be keptgreen v A FRIEND Good Young IVfan Dead John I Cokendolpher died of consumption at the home of his father James Cokendolpher flea Chaplin Sunday morning February 9 1903 He had been confined to his room for several mpnths all that medical i science us administered by loving hands could do fUr his relief was done W hue the family and friends knew thath coutt not recover yet they did not think that the end was so near at hand He was just 21 yoars old and being oi jovial disposition he was one of the mos popular yoUng men in that section He had a posi tion with Houtchins Roby merchants at Chaplin for a long time later he accepted a reapon sib e position with the large dry goods firm of Hardesty CoM of Bloomtield He resigned this position last fall and retired toi his fathers farm hoping to re cuperate and regain his health but that dreaded disease consumption had such a hold on his system that he went down veryi rapidly Funeral services were con ducted from the Methodist church at Chaplin on Monday and the remains were laidHo rest in the cemetery there Deceased leaves a father mother One brother and three sisters to mourn his death He 3the brother of Mrs W F Grigsby of this place INearl Forfeits his Life IA runaway almost ending f taliy started a horrible ulcer on tn leoff B Orner Fanklio Grove For four years ltd e fled all doctors and all reinedips dutlib trouble to cure Wm Equally goad for Burns Bruise SkTn Eruptions and Piles 5cr at- HaydoDS tt drug store J 4J r r = Iflil r t asr 1 ISIT1 iClNll l url ij llu s tJa 1 f c 1J J i DUNCJINS4 OIj ist S And seethe great iditip i- fIrEmbroideries W J iI Jt t Pj Lacesct lJ tf ito ilr1cr hJ ft ii Vivace Ties J ir 10 Il N iade Colors o An unsurpassed variety ol rl Wsi4 GOODS in Silk Ginghams Mercer Cl ized Ginghanfe Merc erized Waistings Kni lt rbQpk l 4 VOIles l c1 1 iti J WHITB COODSi- ll 1 l Mercerize Mad1O 0 c fords Piques c r i 075 RIVETS i Just Reeived IlhiI largost stbck Ct pets in Tapestry Brusseilt Iigraihi t Cbina and 1 pmeaeip 8 LmoJen Dl and 011 Cldtbt IIandr c have ever shown fLc cs t1Rr lNSr r The most Effective Designs in Le1- Curtains iangng jln price rpmJ to 6OD 8valr 4OftI rLLP PER Vli 1 ct We ar shoWig 1motcompletsM4WkI c of Wall Paper in beautiful eobfno- t tiQils of French Patterul Crpwti FJorals Tapestries Ingrainsad TiIe It would certainly r t1itvisi1 this departmeiifc J We offer s06qal inducmntsI cash buyerS in prices and thj PJw Rebate Stamps Gall for your fcninpjti YOurs VCCY Resjctfully I Cuniiliaffl Duncan c t iVI B06KEB Pi 8tJ w v pr z O Xtiii Home lobaccaG Waiehousc C Si5 1NQORPORATKD dl NOT IN WE COMBlNfei h Auction SaM Daily 4 JoDtte stIfttliI rc PRQOTTLY MAD fr it OO EON r4cEcLiatT 4i + 824826B2 w MAIN TIIEET41 23 Mark ybur Hogsheads Home Houis SAM SULLIVAN GENERAL ISWr f7ii j f e io t2 eeiti 4s 0 iW II 1cr 11 f 5110niiJ lJ 0 f 1 fli1 Given Awa f ifiJ In +CR1 WJ order th encrg rrf fifst tj8 iJ Washington and adjoiniflgqOMfltei 13 the production of eggs and i itry- llfi1 and to indue them to market their fi1eg soften1will90I November 2 l9O ili1 ward the following prizes to be pati fi1 in QOLD1To the farmer who brln I The Largest oOr Fresh Eggi 50 1 To the second 25 ThirifgoV 8 Fourth 10 Fifth f5 4 f No merchant peddler or diUter jfliliJ kind will b permited to enter the COII fi1 test under any clroumtanceau1hc intended alone to encourage thetliJl M industry in the hands of theft0Ten H tlS1 to showmy appreciation of tnu trfCf tliJIO the past and to more amply rto inihefuureIt1 themt lfi1 A rceipt will be given for e aodffry 4tftW m dozten but for uo less than one dont brk your eggs We will also W CI ff highest market price for your prodliOL S HIT ti 1 t tinwn biabove prizes the awarding of the thi at the Peoples Baik Febrii Jt1 tJjr poSit main until Member I 19M when s iik fi1 distributed amdn the carwiJ cu coen A who may be Jo doubt as to tth e rellsbtIiti t I tJi W1 satisfy themselves by cliiit the PapuSRil1t- o be delivered at Pultty UQI Jtpt sM roadStrebtJJJ 1 I filll ILJsIEsIhi1 sI1l F J JjJpJjJJJ JfjJ 1op tJ WdshIntofl tettci k Washington Df 2p j i Every toWJPJfJ io ooDpIWII j p Hjft hood titiUOUi w1b- via O tor the aiiriwipn of two d kfihQni md hk- i nArion u Aft tib premt itime 8sor Qsr is eaIeVOl1Ig tto pth1pngJ Arii Jwt ite1froin- tMezfeo n4 Jerome state have0m4irJ i dti MfM with the dps of tisfjing the demo cAts wd HV t ibro out the iht but py xrepubli t a irethe ntire cr dit MiniiHR the new states VJii jr the hope ormflu n g anSenators MJric4Cbhpsitl xr hd P4v ferjMfttphpod when seen- youreorre3ic1t TF ct deciiedi that any prupo- LI nmdQ by either Iaboye gj1- I1 were i1fCusS d by rence conssting of Senators irfeb Hale Lodge and Quay in will be 4 t fltthh4 iWitiQJn iighly xsfnvaised tliat s wi11 l1b ossibi1iy of U J6 a w t SOBI significant remark were showed to espe frop te psmirjersaprcpos9fthe trif ueLtonduii1g thcbfl i Atk fi tb Pbsoffiap tJ if Jll fRepresenatiVe PdM orNaw york spoke wIth 1 Ht 6i j eth1i1s I fl IItDC ofth nelectof t IN bills removing trf tTiff on J ll i1 hanWl Icl- J 4bdbeen a1wcd CsleeB he Ieep oJ th Jqs I theWai lMnsmmie Jepef fIsttYe aY1e chiai of HI LWyi and Means cotnihittee re plied saying l1 When the time tHttl nef lOtg c J1- 1etfrom a revision fdrt ir- lWwltieb will resti1tnljrrmbn 1r i1a 1mlPo b fi ffl b thetuppage of- trsdeana iianLddture andthe T Siras o bute sri thawi11 r nu Q t 11wn tqiie upthat Ju ai 1portorm urit for wbenentQC th people of this county t t J Ji J i y o f V Ojphe epWeiietiviQf the1 2Jjll win powerundt Minfetfer t B irF reSjtftlng Venezuela are still discussing iheternis by whIch tbe5ot HbW connfry tIf faall be defrayed The demand of the5ii1tk 2 fpeentoI 3h rTI t J Ui te lRJt A UI aad Puerto Cabelle e paid to sreiaihing ll1 n otli ieJitS Yenue1ahaving offered 30- percent of sfach payments of her debts was grompjly anddecidC r1 4 1111ore vjrBqenwith t iCreileraTiton fthe susrgestion j r that the matter be relar ed to the Hague Tribunal as President Bootevelt had first adVised The 1 c Hn r tIt IFREE stt E Jlh I Vt J tb any rf c 2th9 HKI a reeqiiuin th1 pf ti eMr Bowen tBac rn Jler1Qirg andSir cyistttt bet hveU told your poadnt within thJast 4 hQtir9 thaittiey Jo6tefp4 aUsfaclhiry S et Jementotthl diaculyWji t Washington this week r Ah extra session Qf Congress- is t now regarded as DlQsiimplrob ablOtthOuUan ifixtro session bfthe Sonata for tho considera tion of the treatiesjtei more than tL1ely1 SenatorMQgn1n dicated his intention o talking the fPanama canaL treaty to death and it is believed Jjwill talk onnyfly broughtmp In Qxecutiv ession with tlTe hope ot postponin the ratification of the Panama Cs nlComtlaJ1yi property whichiccurs Marcjb 4 It1s lip Senators threat of i structlpn W1h qccasionsr tihe anticipation antexfra sef4ion in theSenate Vf ti L i lh reiso more energetic wdrker m the Senate this year than SenatorrMcCumbertfNorth DakdtajWhoTgstrivlgio s tre- con id ta on of Jiis TJure rood bill The Senator recently told yoWcbrfesppndent hat hhad strong Dopes th4s soon as the Statehood fti13Jwas passed the pure food bill would be enacted 1tJ1he vi inter stsof every con sumer are oncern d In thIs leg i1 tSaTdhe Senator an d for that reason the Senate is most desirous of taking the hIcas ure upv My ftili which Is a sub stltute flpr Nthat gassed by the House is not so drdstic in its provisions but would non6 the lless prove effectual In preyent ing the Adulteration of food prp There was cry in plerushed doors and atrained their eyes 64 the bnloonlstfighting Ecn the poor anting sufferer in the Lick room was gotten While the fat JlI gazed breathleis at this strange weptbacktQU1esitk struggle for ife they had Just witnessed Itdjd not ttothem that undxtheir very eyes a motetcrribleTinore pathetic etruggl was going on daily There can be nothing more pitiful consumptivemakes help in this struggle is gained by the userof Dr1rcsGolden MedicaT Dis coy rr ItLcuresobstiniitcougbs weak and Bleeding ungs janaciation and other ailments which if neglected or unskillfully treated find a fatal tennina tionin consumption ODeofmydaugbtms ufferiug taccount of a ecseyc cough hectic fever wasting luaJwritesSprings Ireell Co N CS5 promptly gave DioreryIexcellent health This being true I hereby heartily endorse your medidnes Accept ripsubstitute for Golden Med Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood and Inngs Dr I Rrcea Pleasant Pellets assist tht- alWoaof the Discovery yer 8JdaI rl ntd- t i Aguc 9vo1 stroflge 1arIt Not o take Ap1did tonie for fl- L nctsbtft 00 inuivpe Ff ia1iY Eli women ana chiJdrnn lu delicaTte health WJthre1tzaifiof tlie great necessity IOL sucli1ei- ctiana bn the fact tbat ponumers are ptcticaI1y ded pendent unthe action of CQT res for protection tho leadeis of Senate have given inethoir aSsumncetrlatthey wi 1 take np the bill at the first opportunity sioG R6ward tOO The reader1of tnt par will 1f pleased to learn that there Jsat Icnet one dreaded dfaease that Balance has been able tocnro hi all Its stages and that ia catarrh Haila Catarrh OUre is the only positive cure known to the medical fratermty Catarrh being Constitutional d eae requires a con stitutiotiartreatment flails Catarrh Cure is taken inerially acting d on the blood and mucous inctlJI the system thereby fptndatIonof the diseaso aiui giving the patient strenRthV bounding up the constitution and assisting hature to do Its work The proprietors have IsO muqh faith In its curative powers that they offer 100 for any case it CoIO Sold by druggists ets gzUu Family Pills are the best Wheij tllg ClililluyS Is choked with soot th flrc languish es and goes out When the bronchial tubes are clogged with phlegm the flame of life flickers Intelligent treatment wltn Alleus Lung Balm brings up the phlegm allay the in flamation stops the tough and pain in thech st and overcome thobe terrible colds wbioh soon fieeome consumption Tiger on Wheels Policeman Cox an I Yeager Succeeded in capturing a blind tiger llast Wednesday evening iin avery sraog way A horse hitcbed 40 augg wjns seen walking down the streetttc without a occupant Vatd the anintti stowed signs of having been driven very narii A fur her sechby irn ioMcn revea ed about inroe dozen bo me nf beer and n jjug of vinskey which strIihe wet sjo dsir in ihe custody the police ualrll thir propri 10f cpbers up enoutfhito call jatid get them Danville Advo ctf- An Old Bible Eliza bethto ci Mirror Mr S- tIJgeflerL W of this eity is the possessor of probably the oldest bible iri Hardji cpusi y nd it is doubtful if thie4san older ore in the state Mr Wugntr says il is so od that he nor aiiy ot pers u knuxvy ny uin It bta s cuds of Lif inn iag oii Ja1 S Vaggtuei gtat jr fa h r f Mr rf L Vtieii r o Aujiy JoiiS in 1747 jlso tliej uiarr age of iiii rindfuiher Heibori Ureen Uaunnur Nancy Willis in h77 ti1 his tj ond uiarriage i Jskauo Besi in 1825 try t4fljt ytars liiter- Of the latter union Saius faihnr- was boiMi tSk tt t t 1lt t To All Our i Subscribers+tp i tt r t 1 THErrt 1 3tm RrT xHMERlCANjI t 41rL WFThRMERj J AQ INDIANAPOLIS IND I fGi v 3i1dinkf Agricultural EOurnalof the Nation lp i f f v tEthi11y an able Corps of Writers t H- 41 D jj VhiSvaldabljoarnalj ia addition to thelogicallreatfuentofal1agricullldsujcls wil c lilsQ icustl1egreatisueotte day thereby adding zest to its columns and giving t 1Caaiaerrsoirtethrri td thipkabput aside from the every day umdrura of routine duties WlttuntheNextThlrtyWeOfferp v 1 liat nfo te rG6otOne TheNew Leader j Your County Paper andtheArn l ican Farmerr rJ t J 11 t LOO1S f 4i Pra lJ offer Ind tan new subscrLhcrindflhtSSones who fJJ J qi n wJthln ltrfsS m I copios free Address- ru E I DAVI550N Jr Puttisher Springfield ICy flti witi M + 1 1 4 Toktstr J inedicThe4 unpla the the 3 1 iuJ c nt ins r rrecords of rnarriages t s which liave heen spnwhn t r g dbY1Ile llong go th b 6k This bible1 whictias been in the Waggener lanijfy fur so many ytjars is prized vi1v highly iJtspagesarewOGP I Vijggenershave been great students of life bible The person that did fje record ing of these births and ftjkrrgs was an excellent pennjUalti lind it is ha d lodistin uisn th writii g from ensrta vi nghtOn ihetir io th rifvEuesdavo hionBdtRouan trip tick sat ne half ofr 1Odlld ular rate lus iloYoin s Avuansus bouisati a nod Texas all wmg iiop ov goinj atia return limitllli 21 d ys Tilt ubusualy ow Iae i Sj made fur te purpose of inducing immigrcitiou to the Great Sou h west It is belitvedD those vbo nave made a siudy tof cotidi ticns that DO terridry on the American continent off bequa opportunities for stok ra sing fruil and truck growing or any of the multliphed indusjiries that are building prosperous towns and cities To the person of limitpu means desiring a home this Sectiob j country offers jjreater Influence than perhaps any plaqeon eartb Thefertility gfSoil exteedini low prices of laud jqild oen winters long goigconenabiuirtwo and thivciop t be walleIff the iu yroo d combines a gre ur n imb r ad attages thn IIIi f1 lid elsewhtif p Any of the following 4iecrihinglh CUIIIIy ud i resourcts athe lime of ii Cotton Belt Uuute will bf se Vree 10 ny persot iponapplic Lion Homes in h toithwef Glimpses of Soul eos Misu Arkausas nnd N W boyistanu Tbruugb IVxas IIIn amprll Fortunes iin Growing IPi and Wireiriblei The B i ersiI Ii 11 fruit and irncU grJjyiei s j ur nill j E W LFJB rMR G P f A 6tiii HI Ru St Lqujs Mo Seriously Cut A serious c tiling alfray ocou od at WoocUawu last Bitirdn niirht A dance was iji ii g5ts att tl10 home of Mr rlayd suction superintendent the N A nmnbftf of the men in attendance is is sail v ere dr r i jitiff and a row xas in some mat nIliumphror was stiI1IJ5 tuti sevril piacfs and s a ivsull iS at his writiuu Iyi g in a VM y critical condition althought ins ph sic an stales that he has hops tof his recovery Several engaged in the dilli culty and seems ha thorn is qso dhsol ire certain yaso who 11111Iruv Vi artMold vr I ho latier ehaii s nti OfIi Ttignbor uth cinuiji log tin iiI il ilif th Sinuiar itli U tin iiine of tho aicu u pIuiiiiie charge n mor liiN sibstantiatft NJ vtpi i u ias vnt heen HIeJ tlIIi UjiiHiitly no arrest has b en made HMinfhr y is iiiIItIfII t 8 years nl conducts the black smith shop at Woodlawtj d is soiol MIFrAnla tfumni iS of Wishinjftou c irnty ndIfamily The neigh ioru0fl is tn wlMt exited over tu cutting affriy and is awni jug ravdlp m ns with considerable inturet Mr IJ R Humphrey brother of h injured man af eareij befon Judi D uigheriy andtme oui a warrant haling Uotjpri Nell Al nzo hayden and Jyines For ders Hwitltl1 sttulting cutting juiu s rikin Goorge Sampnrey handsiof Jailer Rohy und arrests will shortly folow Smamidird Arrives in Labinbii Dr Brry ie leiifid patei t mnJiidlw faker knows a gooil lUgitr when he see II piirin r hi lay htre Is summer ff 11111 moif suckers to tne quaro mile tlvin any otneir terrII toiy in K niuck cpnsequrnily In returned 11U nuouiicefl t ii wilt bn here for weeks and ierhup longer IYe fevl sifi in saying tha ihe tvi4 leave e oujsh jDeaIcin here tins time to cure ail ailments teverv person ft tile tnt Falcoji Model Dyspepsia Gurq Mots wh you t Tr4vtr1r IT iihecntmn- tythatarelJtiLand teorthe q ij Niln er- v ckens ftr eiszsIeiI0 B Hawftirns r this al e for the j11iy mark tir A visiIJ n pen ilkrevealed iKja xp Tldj Lly had liuhVf f 9ltlcrerate of abuniitf itisxud per day It requlrtf u 1v t fotee of hands wprkihg day and nlgh to kep this important industry going andmurdet to accurao date iieii ucreasing business they willmove this week on the IIIOdjustsuulhff theCou t Istle t croiitig whers ihev will bebmm r bit o ha d the large trade tli v ure Securing The i pubUci is io be Cm iVatnlaltdtnat rth y hi a hume market for t ithej c 4ts whom hey can si rf lla big ttsi caste iiii for jtiier prpdil u and rresfi Hbsurici that uil are receiing fair treat mett IjHwreiiceburg Nevs laddlIrWliy Is n rnuie like a well kuorn Bhellflahi Hwause Its an oyster a Iiolstorr It Is stated that a well known riddle was written liy n ivstenmiBr The ridilk Illi qtifstlon Is u charade and runs as fftjys My firs s little bIrd as OPIIfMy sfcontla nctUful In ay crops My Oc ts good with mutton chops SpnrroLprass al ways iiiblsted 01 i1ag In acforuuce to the poUter asparagus Notes and Queries Patient Walters Mary what Irt you sitting out on thit damp porch Cor Dont you know Jts oclock IfGeolgt and I are looking for the new comet ma But the ce v comet Isnt due for several niitlits mnyCleveland Ilaln Dettler SSSot So Stranc oIt doesnt seem so remarkable till dIamond will cut glass when you eon alder that It will even make an impres Ifslon on a womans heart The heart of a man Is never as hard ts his headLamartlneflrutal lT The extreme clumsiness and cruelty with which operations were performed cenItury scarcely I we not authentic descriptions of them by the operators Thus Fabrlclus of Aquapedents 153T1010 the eminent professor nt indun and preceptor of the Immortal Unrvey describes what he considered Improved and easy operation in thej1m terms If It be a movable tumor I cut It away with a redhot knife that scars aIJ It cdts but It It be adhered to the chest cut without bleeding or pain with a wooden or horn kniie fcoaked in aqua fortls with which Imvlqgout the skin I dig out the rest with my lingers When the surgeons of Edinburgh were incorpofnteij it was required as a nivreqiilsitc that they shurld be V to read and wil to ln w ih1 ana inl mutter and t ifl xiiti of evui member of luihuil Ixdy and likewa to know nfl vaynes of tht same tl u he niny make flcwboilumie In due time r Thirteenth Century Children Somebody has uiKarilied a book written by Bnrthooni Angliousr about 1200 of which one of the most amusing chapters Is on the children of hla day Of these he writes They dread no perils more than beating with rod and they love an apple more than gold and make more sorrow nnd woe tor the loss of an apple than for the loss of n heritage They desire nil that they see and pray and ask with voice and with hand They keep no counsel but they tell all that they hear and see Suddenly they laugh and and denly they weep Always they cry nnd jangle and jape that unncth they bo still while they slevp When they be washed of filth anon they dcfllethcm selves again When their mother wash cth and combcth thorn tly kick and sprawl and put with feet and with hams and withstand with all their might All Of which sounds very modern aid up to date alu polnli7 You mustnt eat with your knife said the city relative reprovingly Excuse me answered Farmer Corntossel l penitently 1 thought titwy was regular kn didnt knov hey pillowIIShe Did Returned TravelerI have often thought of that young Mr Teaso and how he used to torment Miss Auburn about her hair Did she ever get oven with him Old Friend Long ago She married him Illustrated Bits y hi ul1nt which If tot tluil1bIWnhI pL JtnlnJ anti It Is popnl supposed that tbe sud lIen downpour which usually follows a bright Sushi of lightning Is in some way caused by the flash Meteorologists have proved that this is not the case and that exactly to the contrary it Is not only possible but highly probable that the sudden Increhsed precipitation is the teat tcausp of the flash Putting on the Price A London woman well known in so ciety opened a curiosity shop One day a friend came II and left nn umbrella which had cost shUlIngs He re tllcaIiiiIiivl ninutlit vInena Constipation Does your headache Pain back of your eyes Badttaste 1n5 your mouth f Its areII liyetpilis They cure constii pation dyspepsia2cAII beanttiilbrownorrlth IBUCKINGHAMS DYE tra L Rescued from SuffirIng- andy Deatk by- LL PAn U3S Ielery CoMpoimd v THE GREAT HEDICINE MR ALFRE JjOWN- Promhfnenfand Popular Citizen Sayst IiAfter the Useof Pahui Celery Compoaad Am Now In the Bvst of Health The greatest ot modem physicians Prof Edwanl E Phelps if p TL D afterycars1 of longpraciice and close Uientific study gave to suffering and diseased menmdwomen ida marvelous life giving prescription with the conviction and positivi vlcdge that it had peculiar virtues arid an nvers to cureS Thousands of the sti testimonials from the best known and tellable men and women of our country sustain the claims made by Dr Phelps regarding his incomparable Fames Celery ompound One of the most convincing proofs furnished widelyknown 91OConnorletter fully demonstrates the fact that the greatest sufferer may cast off his or her burden happyItt talus more fully than ever before its unrivaled place in the estimation of people of wealth and social standing as well as with the masses Mr Brown says I acknowledge with thankfulness and pleasure the fact that I have been curedof a very painful Ulnessaftt years standing by use of Paines Celery Compound I had during the years of my illness tried almost all the advertised medicines without deriving any goodresults I was also treated by several of the best doctors of this cityt hoping to find that one of them at least would understand my case I was getting worse and wis told I incurable I was indeed ina criticalcondi lion I could not go from the house alone as I was liable to sudden collapse I tried hospital treatment but no relief or good results anytbingThamIweak restless tired and despondent was bandspressedfirmly feet and hands were cold continually had inclination to vomit had profuse cold sweats quick breathing and i1l be racked with pain for hours at a time CeleryCompoundhealth have good appetite and can use any t selftCelery Compound FOE TWENTY TEARS DIAMOND DYES 1bave been the standard home dyes Every discov in dying hai been utilized to improve them TOday they ore the simplest strongest and most relIable of all dyes for home Direction book and dyed sample free We have a ipedal department of advice and will answer free any questions about dyeing Send ample of goods wben possIble DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt Didnt Know t Cnahbu7 Uncle Foduuk si1 ing In town to saleswoman Uov iriuch for them socks Saleswoman Twentyfive cents a pairSUncle Podunk putting his hand In his pocket All right Gimme n pair Saleswoman Yt Sir Cash here Caa ash Unqle Podunk ruler nnd mud woman Ye needi olle It so dura loud I know Its h here an arnt I feelln for It as f f us I klnNew York Times IOdlvanl tcuryiIt Is the wife rofjssor Gnlvlnl j of nol m that s ae the credit of having discovered the electrical battery which bears his name Some skinned frogs lay upon the table awL noticing1 a convi movement In their limbs she her husbands attention to the JIIJUKC fact who In stltuted a series of experiments and in 1701 he laid the foundation of the galvanic battery ThH f ick Just my luck Borem Shes always out when call j So she was telling me said Miss Pepprey She told you the same thing eht Yes Only she said It was just her luck Philadelphia ress Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests kinds ot food It gives Instantrcllef jind never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you wancThc mostsensltlve stomachs can take it By Its u omn thousands of dyspeptics have ltlpreventsltl t do you good Pi parcdonlyby I VirrCoObiraRr The 11 bottle CPiiiu tho ska f1ve promptlr obui and Forelcn Bead model iketch cr id intention for free moorS on ratenta For fret k r How Patenti and1KS iifr f1 UppOSlto u S Patent UfflCe- WASHINGTON DC 4 WILBUR SMiTHS BUS1NElS COLLEGE Teachers Clerk d Farmer boys h ould pursue the rstnesa Shorthand and Typewpitlnji or Telegraphic course at Wilbur Smltha Business College Lexington Ky He refers to 10000 successful graduate Ken tucky University diploma under seal awarded graduates Over 500 students rom 20 states thl year The demand for his graduates at this time to fill positions exceeds the supply This College has not bOa qfoaed a reek day In 27 years Students can begin titanytiniel C st reasonable if you have anyidea Of attonding a Business Coilege this winter or spring write t Immediately for fa larger Illustrated catalogue to w B Smith Lexington Ky 1 iJ1n t kePltl161 bowels but r 8UUr JKtJotfcaniwtibt secured if tiIIcauetibycahetI to 0 attain tkee tso 1 1 J 1 mlttthg cv if Itrouble works peraiaQent cure f r I via the Cotton Bell St oUts Thebes Cairo and MCjfirst and thirdTuesdays of eachfloflth hegiatngObiIt J For one way tickets Hall the OneWay Rate plusl J2Wroundtrip tickets one fare plus 2QJta potato iIL MIfvII TrrksdssWriteThe Cotton Bell solid thronh trains to yersaeslpe4 wt a tdte and cOiOrfble cars Tbesetralsa aks tsad for pus ot the Great 5ostwc 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