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Paradises OCA VThbTnee notssIc the price C iOUNTY ASSESSMENT The Board of Countv Supervis ors has completed work GO the assessmehtvajuation for Wash ington xQunty lor the year 1902 anthre5u1t shows a material gain iujthjB wealth of the county ykewise alrorresperiding increase in the burden of the taxpayer The total assessment of all taxa bile property in the county for thesjear 19503 is 3303 809 against 299977in 1902 of an increase of 304630 While the taise in Ueassessnioht appears large for gne year the truth of the matter is said tu be that property es ecially in certain districts of threcounty has heretofore been gjyelt in aftnuch tod low a figure and that au effort has been mLde tb plac6 the assessment at some thing near the real valueofthe pro quiteiinaddifiontothe 9 nty and if the money is used where lhe jixpayers wil1A directly ben fitted on theirOltl fi tne c3tinty for instance rill be well and here will III Jiie kicklcoming There is pile thing cjertaHi jtso sure as the roads of the county are allowed fPn don will the value of- farmsand other property decrease To keep up the roads in goodcondjtion is 0 keep up the yalue of property They go togethert I WA IJ1t VSTEKIOUS NOTICE j County Clerk W Pi Book fOIlOWjiDgmvsteri aivein the Plait with the request thattheposted There vas a man missing in Green county about 1894 or 1895 He was be tw en ttige of 35 and 56 and was considered an old bachelor Can pOt fve amoic definite de scription4He r de one of the fineSt horses ever seen in Green cjomity The horse being a dwk ired or sorrel about 7 or 8 years old A nephew of this man came on the hunt pf him namg l1own to wri If II is m Cot Jo btJl Gresham out what be earn wBBfmf also 1S2 others mostly of ihe eddling class who were missed in Green county rhe notice was evidently s ntto otlier oDuntyclerks as well and No 2Vhas i3cl communicated with bntuplbo tlfe Vre5ent time no rieply has bon received Mr B Ai PQftthe photographer tois place who wps living 1n Gifeen county at tbat itimejays jhat there were some bad char Tcters therethenand ethid I jiheard of the disappearance jpf the mysterious stranger 1 h l Ill EW NTRPRISEMe 13 Q Lake and J C Greene have started anew enter 1rIsc for the town that ofmanu 3facturng smoking tpb ccovP4ei enterprise will be operated in Connection with the cigar Jactpry which has been operated byAir greene for some time Mr iaje having bemeapariner hi tistk buss will r r tbe Iriias- doMo1 f btbfIthCo4y jjlki her of the firm are hustlers and jthere s noreQn why the new Jenteynrise should not be a ceSs from the start uc1 tt IN o PRIMARY There is tol be no primary election this county on next Saturday ap had been announced for the very simple reason that there is no contest for any of the Demo cr tic nominations to be wade The wtlhrawal of VMr C F Bosley which was published last weekhas simplified matters in therace for Circuit yierk and left the Held to Mrl F tA Campbell who has been officially de clad the nominee by thi county committee Mr W Dy Olav brookej who hagbad no opposi tion has also been declared the nominee of hisparty to repre sent the county in the lower house of the Kentucky Legjsla ture Under the new law gov erning primary eleetions it is quit expensive matter to set tie contests between candidates The iawreqiiires thtt primary elections must be held according to the law governing general elections with regular ballotS and all the other red trope It was estimated that the primary to settle the conest between Bosleyhadcost about 250 which would have been a losing investment of 5125 for one or the other jDRamaterlofto the many friends and admir ers in Springfield Dr W W Ray to learn that he is making a good record in the manage ment of the Western Kentucky Asylum By hi Tnisiness like and econ Dtnical management of the finances of the inst tution he Doneyl6ha e a 812000 farra This fai m lies immediately adjacent the Asylum and should have been alwa s a part of its property It consists of two hundred and twentyfive acres of fertile river bottom landand is a very val uable addition to the Asylum property This isi almost unpre cedented in the history of Asy lum management and speaksvol umns in Dr Rays praiaes In addition to this there has been a 3006 filter and a 15000 power plant installed since the Doctor has b en in charge All bf this has been paid for out of the regular per capita allowance and it is said there is still a nice little balance in the hands of the Treasurer Dr Ray is loved and respected by all his employ ees who know that they cncount on courtesy and justice at his hands c BcttCihin Gold WItS troubled for sevcral years with chronic indigesttoo and nervous debility writes Fl J Green of Lancaster N fl No r med holppd meuntil Ibe gun using Electric Bitters which did me more good tbau all the other medicines Iever used Theyhrtvc also kept my wife in excellent health for yeas She savs Electric Bitters are pplen id for female wnakneos that they area grand topic and in vigora or for weak run down women No other medicine can tare its place in our amijy Try them Unly SOcents euaranteed bv Haydnn tVi A Vi CuK bumach uses a weak body anfiiivUcs dis ease Kodol Dyspepsia feuna cures arid strengthen the stonAgh and also words off aud overcomes Hisease J Taylornmercint ot xas 8ys could not eat becau ew I a wea- kstomachI lost all treng and rundown In weight All dma money cdiTldciowasdonc but all h ofze COYjjval1 e Hearin f some won erfulcnres effectedby Vpdol I coucluded tatritTh ottle- Icnefitedni11l reIt5m al ertil I 0 h- tIIkon j i + it4ciiriwatetti1ltheso Uierr J itJi or rJ i iIaV t Roatfs And Schools Kentucky5 zeAs two things above alt el se good roads and good schools In our strlmtiOus politics we have greatly eglec ed both of these things We can obtain ihem only by arousingin terests sufficient in the different counties to sustain the schools and improve the roads The State can give its and encouragement counteianceI the improvement of the school pravementlofpend large upon support theconviction in every localityI that roads are w rth having and worth payine for Time was when Kentucky had ttie best roads ot arty state in the Union but for half a century we have been buildingrailroads to the neglect of our turnpikes and new county roads Every part of the State should take an interest in the road question It iswelliobuid railroads but we can leave that work to capital ists to the home capitalists or to the foreign capitalists but we cannot expect foreign capitalistsl to build our country roads Every railroad station should be the center of a good roads move ment reaching out in every die rection bringing that immediate country ihto direct and easy con nection with the railroad system Etown New- sTendency ot the Times rhc tcnency ot medical scienee is tftwaida preventive measures The best thought of the world is bietig given to the subject Its easier and octter to prevent than to cure It nas been fully emonstrated that pneumonia one of the mot dangerous disease that nudical l men hare to contend with can be prevented bv the use of Chamberlains dough Remedy Pneumonia always results from a cold or from an atark of influenza and it has been observed that this remedy counteract anvtendency of these diseases towards pueu mania This has been fully proven in many thousands of cases in which this remedy has been used during the grea prevalence of ctlds aid pip in recent years and can bC relied with im picit confidence Pneumonia often results from a slight cold when no dangeris apprehended until it is sud denly discovered that there iill fever aim difficulty in breathing andpaina in the chest and then it is announced that the patieut has pneumonia Be on the safe vide and Take Chamber mills Oough Remedy as soon as the cold is contracted For sale bv Haydou Escaped an Awful Pat Mr H Ha gins of Melbourne Fla writes Mv doctor told me that I had consumption and that nothing coula he done for me 1 was ui ven up to die The offer of u frte bottle ot IfrKinlrs New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Resullis were startlirig I am now on the road to recovery and owe it all to Dr Kings New Dis overy It surely saved mv life Tnis great care is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by C J Bay don druggist Puce 50 cents 81 CO Trial bottles free Local Option In Bloom field As the time approaches for a1 test of the question ihe fight for and againet whiskey at Bloom field grows in interest The white p rtin of the community is nearly divided in the matter it is said and snccoss for either aide hinge on In negro vote The dry jeope say tt ey have strong hopas of carrying the coiorcd ore and theIwet element ays time sane B th sides however ana akin into consideration ihe unstubility of tre negro nnd dmit that WIO ever wins the vu orv it will be a close one lu the eAent that r My Hctir I had a very BcvereSlckness that took off nil tny hairj I pur4 chased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor and it brought all roy hair back agaIdw Qulnn Mtrseulea One thing is certTii Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Tjiii is because it is jiajcifood Itt 1ths-tsjj9 Mk hiif too to4 tl ret the wets tfre victorioub the drys we are told will carry the qUes- tion to the courts for a final de cision andwith tho laws delays there will be many a day before Bloom leld has a licensed saloon The ballots are in preparation as the question 13 to be vpted on Tuesday the 24 jnst I have used Chamberlains Coug Remedy tara number ot years andI have no hesitaucy in saying that itis the best remedy for cotighs colds an 1antilyIHaydon When apoliet to a barn or a sca It Dr Classes German Penetratin Lftnement relieves the pain at oace Its effect is cooling and soothing Sold by Wood A Campbell The best physic Once tried and you Mill always use Ohamberia Stomaeh aud Livcr Tablets sjs William A Girard Pease Vt These Tablets arc the mat prompt most pleasant and most reliable cathartic- us For sale by Haydon Mothers pive saf el j Foleys Honey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds for it contai s no opiate or other poisons Sold by Wood and O ampbell Bardsfown Notes From The Standard Our good friend Mr S O Mtf Makin was in town today en route from Louisville to his home at Chaplin While in the city Mr McMacuin sold four hc hurtds ot tobacco at an average of8 50 per hogshead He repor s the toba co mtirket dull Mr Jf F Wathen Monday sold lis farm the niles northwest of BardSow to Mr Charles Wheeler for 3 500 The place contains 824 acres and is no oc c pie by Will Uoomes Mr Wheeler will get p ssession next January N M Spalding of Coxs Creek recently sold to Nazareth Acad eoiy 4 head of cattle Tfo weighed 2130 pounds each and tvo 1740 piunds each For the tirst mentioned he received four cents per pounds and for the last 334 cents Mrs Wm Brown died at Lake land Asvlum of which she had been an inmate for two or three years last Monday She was 38 years of age and as formerly a Miss Avery of Washington coun ty She was the wife of Wm Brown of the Mill Cretk neiwh borhood who with her two chil dren survive her The remains were brought here for interment Kidney complaint kills more peopie than any other disease This Is done to the disease being so insiduons that t getsa hold o the a tem before it U recognized Foleys Kidney Cure will prevent the developement of fataF disease if taken in time Wood adCampbell De Witts Witch Htz18aiWI The only positive cure for blind protruding and Hcnlng piles cuts burDlt bruises eczema ad all abrasion of the skim DeWitts iis the only Witch Hazel Salve that is made from pure unadulterated witch hazel all others are countet felts DeWitts Witch hazel Salve is made to cure counterfeits are made o sell Haydon Married in boulsyillo Mr Lewis Ogaeu Stiles and Miss Pearl Lontf b th of Louis yule were married at she homs of the brides undo in that rity yestoI y Rev S P Stiles the groom sathe officiating A fttr an elegant 0 clock dinner the bridal party left for Lebanon where they wili b guests at the Cleaver rioluse The will go to Brad fords ville Thursday where they will be tendered a reception at the home of Rev Stiles Mr Stiles is assistant dispatcher in thfi Louisville Henderson St Louis By at Louisuille and is a young man of good habits and fineliusinpss qualincations He is a nee of L K Stiles of Ban3stO7mr His bride is oneoC Louisvilles popular young ladiss Stncard4sHc ta Creditors ciBy oade ofaithgtcC- i oiiaII perihaveate Hiiierr VreeiadTirl CiIIits slORerifAgrlcnitiire Farmers Home Journal As its thousands of readers know the Farmers Home Jour nal dos not Often express tys preferenceS or advise its frienJs and patrons in contests for politic cal offices but there are times when we deem it to be in our special province to speak a plain word where the interests of the farming c1ases of Kentuck are specially concerned and in this connection wedesje to express our heartiest indorseaaent of the caodidapy of Mr Hubert Vree land of Jefferson county for the Democratic nomination f rcpl missioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics The State Pri mary will be held on May 9th in every county in Kentucky and every Democrat will doubtless feel it his duty to go w the polls and there express his preferences in the various contests fpr Bt te offices As for the other tat offices the Farmers Home Jour nal has no preferences to express believing that it should have an eye only to that which is of direct concern to the farming classes Mr Vreeland was formerly a representative of the Farmers Home Journal and has for the past three years has been the assistant Comm ssioner of Agri culture receiving the appoint ment from Commissioner lOll E Nail on account of his special fitness for he duties His set vice as assistant has familiarized him with all duties of the office and in fact has given him a knowledge of the conduct of ita affairs that a new man could not acquire until after a year or two of his term had expired Mr Vreeland has all his life boon a steadfast Democrat always supporting activelY the regular nominees of his partyae has already received the tadbrse raent of thousands of e8Dst representative formers in Kea tucky and it affords us a teal pleasure to be able to recommend to our readers and friends such an eminently qualified and ssti mable candidate as Mr Vree land We speak for him because we know him We speak for him because we know the requite meats of the office which he seeks The EUyPil I DeW us Little Early Riserado not gripeor weaken the system they cure Bihiousaess juan lceJ iconstlpatlon and inactive b wels by arousing the secretions moving the bowels gently and effectually and giving such tone to the glands of the tomach liver and bowels that the cause of th trouble is removed entire y These famous tittle plllsexert a decided tunic effect on the organs involved and if used a few days there will be no return of tihe trouble Haydn When y u feel blue and that every Invgoes waong take a dove of QcimberJaina Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse aud invigorate your stomach regulate your towel giveyan a relish for Mork and make you feel that in this old world is a good place to live For sale by Hay don Winter coughs are apt to result in consumption if neglected They can be broken up by using Foleja Honey and Tar Sold bA Wood Campbell Harrodsburi Court Day A large crowd of citizens of Mercer and traders from other counties caused a lively tite on- Mnnday There was a great dem nd forhorses and mules but none for canle only 200 head being offered ol lhqse auction eer MTcGmnis sold 15 Sfifelb weight at 20 six calves at11 some mlUk cows at 2S to 930 j one nice horse for p35 bufetpice 1 mare for 4465 a work muje Qt36 t mules in pairs I2t75- At James stabler 6 mutes sSd from 105 to ll6j 11 horses at from 75 to 125 Vernon Divine sold Dodd pJ Vilmore gelding for 145 John Buster sold Lvnn Hume ft Tblack gelding for lOO AttJ La BurodvanarsdaIe- tstable 3 puirs of mules sold a 2p to800 a pair 14 hd jpjt es olda1r 11 tti adr ilV t t At iOf 7tr f RPQRTOPTEDIT1OMt FIR8TNATloN L BANK t OE SPRINGFIELD KY At Springfield in the State of Kentucky at the close of business Feb mary 6 1903cN 1717 izmBov Loans and Df ouni82 a05151 80 Overdraft secured land tin secured 3WO00 US Bonds to secure clr culatIont L 5000000 US Bonds on band SS 20000 Stocks securities etc 380000 Banking hose furniture- andflxtn s S 50000 Merchandise 9LK Due from National Banks not reserve agents 5711 Due from approved reafry e d acents S9634M Notes of other National banks 20800 ooFractional peper CUXrCBO- Ymicklesana ceuta JL 14112- UWF1JL OV IlESSJLVJB- 1KBbiz YIZ Specla f8i0175 Legilfradeiiotes 9700O1307L75- Redoinptto wad wI S Treasurer 5 per cant tcirculation Z JZ 60000 Total t3iIiiil Cjtfl tock patel In 50b000C Surplual qd 1500000- UndlvlMd P61t lees ex pcupdspa1d 33721k- National Ba lpt1J out 500000- mciuu i iijiiiD- uetootfier Nationalb ijF8 i Due to gOie BanksLBankers rndivldaaldepetsto subject to c ck177tUlTim lerdfleatei of ji jjf 2571654 UabMdes other thai ti M above stated Tetal 91l STATE or Kumar cdratrr dr WJJHI OT91fBS lrA c McElroj Cuk4r ofthe aboyt outeAtenk do solemnly wear that toe ftborectAuentis truatb tie bait of my knowledge d belief A CMcHrpy uMer Subscribed ajji jlobithi 16th lay of sbruarfOli J A Bbulwara NVPTwi Co Ky- LonazcvAttcst B Li f H M RUN DY DIrestor- sy M CAMPBELL I The aatdM f a piu may CauSe th6 oss of hlX r death trhea blooa I poionin9jrs tt ce the injury Jl dangerwIlib aleUe4 bovr tapplylnchaberldatri5 t Ic an ajtiiiptxe and quick ealin- nilaeptlc fat cut burnsrnfseiFpl uie SyHaydon 1000 dirown WaY Mr ww1Lottlainvior Neb writes My Vlejbad lung tubltf for 16yearsi W iried a f doctor and spent over a tbonsandj dollars withontrelief Shawaii vera low and I tost aJl hope wbeo a friend suggeSt trying roleya ffomcy Audi Tar whlrikT Jdld and thjuik to this tfert rem Jisated h1ife She fa stronger and enjOyS better fcealtfi than she hu llMMirn in ten years We shall never be AfcoutFoley Hese- and Tar a4 4Mkth8Hatucted to try it Sold by Weul CampbeIl QnIIe F Hawing sold my Jarirskaipted three tii1e from 8prineI4 and ona mile toom Sim s Xj yjl piles leading to JLcbanom public se lOa WEDNEapA Vil 3 all my stock afmlnr olr I household and ifchenjjfurViture consisting of tbfoiI Ou combined mare IB 1 cow bined horse 1 wiIe5oni2yewoid finely tTifed hoest DM yearling filly high grade 3 year ing mules 2 extra mUch Cow giving milk oU flue lieler 27 head of 4ogsextra good Ctw wagon inewbuggy 1oJdbtgg r Sno brake carj mowing mtcblnp good one disc harrow 2 Oliver turnaig plbvys 2 double shoteli 1 single shovelI9ne extra ran nor sled one wheat fan BOOSxEHOID GooDs One nwe bedroom J1iJt a Pullman yiush parlor t tJ pM center table one flamlltc otfD jtwa nice rockers tlieJlott beds one set extra tiei jl- baclcchairs 9 cane olto lit ting irent dlain table tension one Seti Thoina c one stftl oyei taf cock + I one parlc slQjutove glswt9g biu i 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tQ Va1aiQI3 0 1 dqrylur 3reen and tPth I4iiaaim1QUlft DyaiC x 1j + aLi rtv rji X tist1tWs Attorney ts itft ar uHafrurfztq t tlnOUn o r i jj3pXIiNG r 14iJ1 =a ra rolltJ m Cot 4iarlwtiifAtt hfYJo tJ lit a1 11 ti 4feii9f tktranbJect thtaL t t4puv Pdlir r 2 i i i4SfltMJU9i J P IUfJ San tuia JO anIUUCp vIpl IJENKY si ELROY 4sd1date for tbdhflIUSU9Ui PaI Ictialiw utb 1Att ney uf t I l Y eti lltk Ji cUifl district subject to Jl aeioi Dnoczt4O paty tj1 w aretut1iorhed vStoann9unqa t L DURIM4- 9IMuaPt4a1u11 ccUuty9 alc5ndidaiefoitbe J d mei of iiam nwlaltFaAtt rne y HI AJect io tlw cpp Of the Damo no A rtlo party in tWs thee Eleventh I JuthciaI dffiLrfCt composed of t ctttei oiv Wainlugton Marlon 3Sttr W1 i J i JzorrCuIt Clerk SLi 1 y reathorzed to annodncp o Ie r aPICAUPBEI4 l fcfjf 43fla candidate for the office Of Circuit rII c1if L Cld Gf W41IiIIWn count d Jj4ttPtb9 Democratic Primari tIcraury 211903 If aIectd will asiirted 0tn66flace by IJobt Nc- 5Et1 i i For Representative We are 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Iiejon ig EepublfdaW Thus are the fait V1U V 1 Itdr nfiartled GenvDukehrtss E M i tlCClLe ltLrlJotiJjFi uli ia 4t1t f 1 ii vdripag1tst- o1Jlt ji2IhS I f fI JohnW1 ang1e ftrmoi + l a Filtbiiabr Kyi isi said1 i s V1ir JWKtiiSHQ41 hanc s for appoint einept8S CJttiHf Clerk of thflivi 1prtilentoff Commerce ufedij lrrtry C rtclrvho life Lj iP rltjj that 1EI r AItC p itiun r or pri atf ift yJieV to reith tRl cJtvt t 1Ji4IKNI fi ntkt io C Itill e f i jbljlf t IIUIUJItiW d iHld b- 3Wtlukritr 111 Ii ff ti1wftilil mttI4j iri f sat rfi coibi at tbs St is WoeFirJ f Sw JO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME xithtey TrtmbeXa t You BAcKtt A1ZflOS1VCdV wJ1 read nater 1zur to knWof 1the wBirdSrfur cures made by Dr Kilmers Swamj Ropt 3hegreatkdneyfterndbdder It the great medi p teerith century dis covered years bf byti nl Jddnejr andrbkd cet and L enderfally successful m promptly curing lamp back kidney bladder vile acid trou bleFkndBrrents Disease which ikth8 worst formifkidey trouble Dr Kilmer SwaipROOtt3 not reo Ctmendedfor everytjriebut if you have kld ney liver orbaddertrOUbl1t will be found just the remedy you need It has tested ipso many way In bo work In private practlce among the helpless too poor purchase relief and has proved so successful In every casethat a special larrangemerit has nade by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by that also a book telling more about Syimploot and how to flridout Ifyou 11avelddney or bladder trouble When whine mention reading this generous offer m thispaperatla send your address to Dr KiimerCoBingi hamton N Y The- rerular fifty cent and Is 1tflurnphoftbIne alter pecillst been been Ecoc Sftm Root dollar szesaro sold by flod4zuggIt NAPOLEONS AVFUU MAN D a One Theory of be Great Mnua FAn are tit VtcrlJo Nupoleou According to Alcsaraler Dumas lost audi Lsttlcs us Lc did Jose because Ie wrote set 1Ilt Qlsh bind Hlsgcierals could not rcal1 his notes and tletters typewriting Lad not boon invented anti tle trdiubilug marshals afraid of disobeying nnd striving to In teriret the Indecijibombto commands IlOtcomeupll to the scratch or not to the right scratch Thus Waterloo was lost Can uot you fancy Grouchy handing round Napoleons boles on that sanguinary Sunday I say cries the mtlnl to 1Ws nlddecampi Is that xvord Gem bloux pr Vcjivre Is ibis Biucher or Uulqw So probably Grouctiy tossed iupfpr It aud the real voixU uusy have been none of these at which he bffered his conjectures Meamvhilo on the left audicenter DErlon ad Jerome and Ney wero equally puzzled und kept on sehdlug Cavalry to places where it was very l uncornfdrtabe though our men- eldouimnulljLt to hit any ot thr cay alters firing too high and did no sort of goOdNapoleou mi ei have been apprised of these circumstances His old writing master was not on the scene of action Nobody dared to say Sire what does this figure of a cent ped mean and howare we to construe these two thick strokes flanked by blotsT The Imperial tonlpoi was peppery the great man would have torn off his Interrogators epaulets and danced upon them Did be not once draw Iris pistol to shoot a little dog that barked at his horse And when the pistol missed fire the great soldier threw it at the dog and did not hit him The little dog retreated with tbe hon ors of war IISJIcb was tbe temper of Napoleon and we know what Marlborough thought of the value of an equable temper Nobody could ask Bonaparte to write a legible hand so his generals lived a life of conjecture as to his meaning and Waterloo was not a sue cess and the emperor never knew why Of all his seven or eight theories ofhifl fallare at Waterloo his handwriting was rot one Yet if this explanation bad occurred to him Napoleon would certainjy have blamed his pens ink and paper Those of Nelson at Copen tmen were very bad If your guns are no better than your pens said a Danish officer who came In under a flu g of truce before the DghtUnd was asked to put a message into writing you bad better retire Andrew Lang In Longmans Magazine SICKROOM PHILOSOPHY Never confine a patient to one room if you can obtain the use of two Never play the piano to a sick person If you lan play on strings or sing Never stand and fidget when a sick person is talking to you Sit down Never complain that you cannot get a feeding cup It there lIs a teapot to be had instead INever rend fast to a sick person The way to make a story seem short is to tell It slowly Never judge the condition of your patient from hIs appearance during rconveraition See how be looks an 1bour afterward Never put a lot water bottle next to the sklii Its fdicleiicy and the tients safety are both enhanced by surrounding the bottle with tlainol Never allow the patient to trku the temperature himself patients are more knowing than nurses where there Is a question of temperature not Cross Cue In Its early days vLra It is to bp hoped It wrs woe trfrrn t ln It Is now the hot mm Inn jilayeil part Incorprtlup tli piopie or Hoset Islands to ihrtatlcjly Irpnn Krfuil Ini1Christiau mlHslonnries found that though they coud alter the vll14 0 tbe people In reference to religions matters they could tibt induce them to wIthhold from tilt consumption of con fectiouwy So they put the sipi of tb cross upon the bun of the Saxon era tband laiuiclid It upon missionary eater JJrise which tins extended through the Intervening centurlen and survived till now London TitBiLn Veg Umbrella I ever leave an umbrella standing on the point In the ordinary way whe it towet The water trickles down spoIlin- the silk and making the wires mty I Is also a mistake to open anil leave It standing as this strctcbu the silk Tnaklng It baggy so that it isInipossl tefJo fold it smoothly The proper wjay ia to shake out as much of tbo tholoumbreltaoDSts 1J rt Ceparlaoas Are Ofllprail Perkins JrWby dont ye bujr the horse of Seths pop Hes got a pdigree o Perkins Srledlgree The nncJtloll ia Is hbVwulH nnythfiiKT Jty boy thc KuasfrfV folk wlfal vouie erp tin tite BUfliimer has jllgUeaMirOoL- lynLile f Ar1r r t Wha t have you In t1jf Jl J5tf- at LIt JSgy nscitll thtt tperfal ens tOllMrr tIIfJtltllhbIlL twIJ r1ilJed lKtfatnIIiutlie- rjogabotitlhe r or hung l tbentI 7ItIZf l + f 1r iirw Jo irliiiirii W NJWo u t r rftn Countyd 4 t 45 jiaplienJ sj it the Cjciuhty People 1 I as Reported by our Correspondents o a I WIl GiriwvkhsGiettk1 f t t JMiss A ice Blondford sgent part of hist week with Aiiss Nora Smith f X racial t 1oaitfii larri0iiiid wife spent Monday night vith Hilury Djwlinjr J Several fdu r young people attended thej serenutie at Ben Smiths las w ek Ed Phillips bouslit from lames Esmnh one cow and calf Priceunknown Mr J mps E Smith and Ed PhilTipS bnugh from Jim nud 14 slt uts at fSCO per head Vr J B Illias visit lUg lhiL UicleJce fuJcinj ofr QCur Vaejf Lili the Sirst ui tliei weekMr and ra Burt Maltingly George Smith und Forze Med ley spent Sunday at1 B Carr cos Misses Belle and Floremce Smith and Cera Ph llipa spent Tuesday night with Will Riney and family Robert Riney came up from Louisville Thursday for a short visit to his friends He returned home Sturday Old Cartwrighis ereek was bc ming last Sfcnd y George Smith had twenty locust posts washed away by the flood Mr F M Carricp who went to Louisville last week to be ex amined by the doctors tbeic re turned home Thursday veryr much improved by his trip M QORES IILLE T H Hardin was In QUI village last Sunday Miss Bettie Reed a charming young lady of vYoodlawh is visiting relatives at this place Mr Erastus Yates will leay for Illinois this week We wish him good luck in his new honie Lrit Sunday was quite a rainy day cnnsequenliy there wabJl lit Ie travel on tie highways Mr Herbert Edd email and wife of Antioch attended the Sale of AiV Eddleman last Saturday Mrs Etta Woford and Miss Ardie Woford vistitj at Mrs Susan Goatlejs lut Saturday and Sunday The goods cf Uncle MiVu 01Iby A W Edulenn vi IKV LiLen elm ge of auiuc W O Elite is agent for Spaud ing steam laundry ot Louisvil He guarantees first class work Give him your pationw e People realized lust Sunday tau iunday thwe needed uri gu across tile river at Maud as tile river was pat fording The sale of Mr A W Eddle mmlifct Saturday was well at tjnded and everything sold Lt good prices Jap Eddleman auctioneer lOne of the largest snows tJI season fell Aondjy ItS ci Ur now than it tins been llii winter The Weather now lotU very much like ground IlI weather lolfinm liPdn1s Tlorn to the wife of Murray- o G rdur a boy John H Young llost a yaluul mare last week Henry White gve un oysltii- f Supper last Frday iglit rVrs M W Ruby gave a muM pary las Saturday night- e r C C Jenkins ot KirkLiK1M ia our midst last week Robert Brown bought a lot of Saw logs from M A Shields War Foster has moved hs siw mill to J D Kieltogs plat Niss Salie Denis gave a soc gOLJdttimeSMits Matlie Gordon gave u mUsic party last Wednesday night r1 BURNS CUTs BRUISE ow I t8ou1q Unsettled feueli theweaihtT rcoJ1tmneI lLb2nsiderablyj4nd their work fMr Uiiiah Keeling who has been uffering witha cancer on his face for iome tite is improv Jng at thiswri ingirl cfIHelty grease while cooking htstWjeek One of iI lutes favorite pupscouiiuitted uiQidat week i topeii can lt icounted ifor unless itI ws far I Ck of e necessary llilHJLiI l gs Ui saLiSIy lis ilqJldll Mobcrly ScUooIhouso Robert Brown sold a waaoo to Elmer Keeling lGri Socials and psiies are quite numerous in tthiw section Dudley MoLcrJfl called on tit best girl at Antloch la t week William Uolvin aiijd wire visited Nr George Keelieg st Satur day Robert Bron wits in Bloom field last week to Ve l some saw logs Th id Cneathamj was in our community ltt week on busi tfess i Samuel Kcelingoff Louisville is visiting relatinrhere this week ph Burkhe sold 80 acres IJos to ace W 11m ui Milburn at Alan r Fos ep aijd wife of near Antioch vision 1anti Mrs Jhn Rays last week- Mrs Jres Parrot of ne BardbtuAu visite her parents Mr and Mrs Gorge Wonncs iasl weok We are lav4 son e bad yeathtt ou yo n Jambs just how The lamb crop bft Slit ill tub SCCl Oi- lEd Kt s sold his tobacco to the CVlJtiut1I1a11ulnlco Iij Ti ey aidj nuug1 sever o hvr Ciupa iiiciuis Section Mrs Eel phirluy of r tow ha rti hoie afte a weeks ilalluJl1owe of Mr anu Mrs G W Shirley ILtekilt- a i Mure itiIii si Oal Vi 1 VvJ niluU Cilllig Loeze- ARid with our torrent cviJ Vbea wilt you allow the VulOati t t54 leaVllI And flowers to spring so bold- Ed Derr a d family left Ian week for In iaua whcr tbS will tuaUti ihfir fuiuiu howe Dr Hyatt spem a few ays ut Willisbuj lalwj k There is quirq pn i5luicl mic nff lflmumps OIT t5r ai tomiui fur Mrs JositJ M jji3 his talcin roocift xvirh M1 rfr C nvol orr he Ire ll t Rv Hie 0 raiL j a I f he Chris iU1J Ii luce dejivii Iij1ic el IltOli sllast weeka iJjjby ji1e pJ aiul Mrs MI tlij Vigsi i aic ii tIii uero marritil ifLbI TuriavQ- uiie iiai r rl r ri eijoi e VOuiatJvo hgi ly tt tluj Lai y pijlling g iven hy- Mrs ttulhe PoSiieroulast Fnidii y nghl lMr Mario i Sxywttiey has Wen on The sick list forseveru days ICA M Fer ell wilijie a IQultry house h4re this aprinj Andrew is a lus tr unJ vMi no doubt succeed jthincv enter prse Mr James Penrs who tii beI1 nere for seyoial days iung old frieadii and ruia te1i l lwheiu nHl he will spHiitl awhjjH jth djhis mother May Pnief before leaving for his home in Otnluriona WIU Webb sold his farm of 35 acrrs In Tff iirlv fur 500 tNCN fr t fiWWW CC rm1iilhba f l aa jstanHy heali l 1f Jial155pr4 ilk Sto 1 ok t i ini tFfrtitnSlp h IrIiucH t e recsCWUir- Jia oct tne InfIatnrnat on t 1ttido wiatws NY or rioney refsinded d 4loo G Dnrn- 1or8 51t had e adeww os ession given May Is Mr Webh has also bought the Hay donlaceof27 awes at the old Vanarsdale mill for 100 rMcINTIRE- luseems as though winter has justtegun and the majority if the farmers would v ulcome a nice spell of weather so as 1- 0begintluirfarm work Mr Ignatius GBry n is not so well as lIe seas when lust tibis precinct was herd from William Mtidd who has heen in Louisville ttb b operated on returned hnme last week ruuih imp 10 fd lisIsp ys uncle Mr Edd KUvvell of th s place st week Mrs Andrew Fields returned to her home in Louisville after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Fred Hill ad other relatives off this phce Mrs Tine Cecil and her sister inav Sy Villa Mrs Jas Field an i Mr Andrew Fields spent last Frday ith Mr Jas Hills family Miss Leora Blandford enter tained several of her friends last Sunday Mr Len Edelen wio has open visiting his parents near here returned to his hotne in Cohfor nia last week- MissesDtllaarnj Fannie Smith have gone to Louisville where they are expecting an occupation Mr Albert Medley is antlcipa tlrvg going to Louisvile where he1o il seek employment May he nave succes Miss Grace Waters of Springf- ieLd is visiting her sister Mrs Jus McOuHum of Hadins Greek One of our most popular gents eems to stray iu that direction quite ofien Marion Simms soldl to TF Ballard a bunch of hogs at 5 Gi per hundred 1 E Hill ils sold to same pirty one tat hog price unknown Latter also phi chased a bunch of nogs from T Carricoj price unknown Mr Rob U Nal y has moved toaplacrhe ie ted in Gande town Nearly Forfeits his Lire ifrn tiv mmt purl y- tili f I t lsrribIiiIeI 01 ankJit1Ii j tii all dl Ifs and allr medip Bii Bicklei Arnica Hlve had no Iriitib P lo ure hm Eqmllv i04 Isrf Burns Buip Ski- nEpouiltllj Piles 25 cia rt Hij yduu di ui stnr Thu Eureka Mfr Co of Ellflt St i IvOUH 1IJ wint a man with rip to II eoun1jItleirrella1llilal 10iEn1 AMERICAN 1 I SILVER lI I TRUSS 7 Retain Severest I Ij with Comfort j rL1CIrCOOLV r jNoNever more JFor sale by C J Haydor f Vrlllim on Vooii- f ome perioua are of tlc opinion that phCAOrseeAIil probable Such boards were used at an early period by the Greeks and Romans and were frequently coverec with wax which was of course more easily written upon than the bare wood Where wax was used errors were readily erased by rubbing with the blunt end of the piece of metal which served for u pen To make the writing mturevlslbie It appears that some black substance was smeared over the Sur face of the white wax acd remained In the scratched marks Clopd Cnousli a It IB Tlortor If a pale young man named tIIiMcH calls on you for a prescription idout let hnu have ItVf Whynotr ito wants Bometblng to improve Ibis appetite nudbe boards atm house V If Wd lt Secpi So Fair Niece Hby do you object ft fttyet so strenuoqsly IjQcle Tom f CjicJt Tpmf Because When two pee ttIattack one Inotfltimce place 1tuciLiIaneouslrlei tktqa Fi To Cure a Cora m One Laxative Bromo Quinine Ta4s I Sevss sbuM M4 13 aIthi flji IMtws c8 4 1 31iijj ibOH iiittlia j = liWijjijj aitJ Uij Aw iliKliHwi 1 I IiIr i I fATLI 0iF H3MJA ar rL t I f I THOMPSON filJtU1T i U 1l i1 etr1I1= Is the place tOg1 syith4 1iilkIItt tlib aNisegetyourSupp1vofI t 0 11s y1ff33Jj L jfa fsFI E titV JEv Sf lJ1t j tf co SS Ir il lJ r PJ 10f all kinds Agents for OI IiR1OKO1tY jS VYNdl1Ii a the f i t ibt 1ffor Celebrated1 Vs A tv l ELLWOOD STEEL WiRE PENCES t9 f a llf JIt11 3 Our line of buggies for the Spring TradieLf is bginito tP arrive and is more elaborate than velp uj fjJh fiII r iI ja1t ICOAL in any QMntlyy at Lost lfce f i Ji JtI6 w i lif4L1 THOMESQriSf hJ 1 J t1 SPRlNGFtE- JDKY111IV = m mm ttj f Nasall OATARR In Its tUgM Umt ehotmldbeclesnlineis Elyi Cream Bnrle- antisiootbeisndht5JIthe dueaied raemnru ltcnre catarrh sad drh awayaold it the hcai unlcklr Cream Balm Ii placed tM tortna 3m ever the aemb ae si U otbcd JUUtf AlIl cure ft H jU nt ryisa jrodnca tneezSag tt SIze iutr at elate or by mail Trlu Su eeau BBOTHBBSR aa Str Sr T UNPLANTED CORN It Ha a I2ablt of Getting Onea r In the Spring It beats nil said a Bergen count farmer what curious tblngs we find In nature that we eft explain You kn go over a lot of ai and theres yet one that you cait toll me why It ilj Thats corn heatin ip In the spring You take a lot rcorn dont care If Its whole con or cracktxlrcoru or cornmeal You lc iit In any kind of storehouse the curion grinary like we LVC on the farIna or Ut stone or brick Uilldlu llkv niany of the racers iiml teed diulii have It In When It ccuicd corn plautiu tIme that cora of yourn glt oncnsy Boons the bluds start out of the ground then 1yoU1i have to hum a save your grain Seems as whiv time comes along fuivconi to be planted the corn In tln bags uo matter what shape Its In bo rlus to heat up and when the planted 1corn begins to grow what youve go stored will git so hot Itll fairly smoke Youve got to tnko It out of the bag and spread it Out o Itll cool off or youll lose It nil lu a ew days Itll cool down again and you wont hav 10 more trouble with It durin the Bunt mer no matter how hot the weather gits Its jest when the planted curb starts thats all Curious Of rse Its curious or I wouldnt speak r I might understand bow whole con would act that way but when it comes to cracked corn and corumeul then Its too much fur me And Ill bet you cant tell why It Is cept Its jestnature tryln to assert herself New York Mall and Express Dreilnff by Act of BitThe did sumptuary laws were thoite regulations by which the dress and food of the kings subjects were nlcvir controlled It wni a fOrt of official Mrs Grundy Fashion regulations fjir men In rfitrtjcuJfllL iSiM0 very precise linen and jthe chnufei their attire occurred much morerv quently tlutn In woiunnJs Vpr tb eat Is the enf lilmIIn tlo e days loo mens dress bright muidIt to 11OJ lIIlIllIwutt the rgu latloiu In tints y r however Iliiry of blessed uoy la harbors hil tul his subjects iH ks ruthlessly shorn The next Importii i llct of tllis was under Edwtl III vho lii stnl that no one should ivomore than two courses for dinner cpt on the lIoLat eon holidays In tE year wlet the kings lieges might Itt nod drink nt will Of Interest to Imto will be the hard tate that befell t htc sleeves worn by men under flier It II We are told that some hung do u to the knees When pottage IS brought to the table the sleeves go into them nail gcfthe first tasted In short tlo nuisance Intolerable that a statute was pasitcd prohibiting any man belown banneret from wearing them The Carbuncle One oft ie rarest and most precious stones Is t ie carbuncle whlchils Bonu times cou t1Ddlwltb the ruby from which It liters by the Intensity of Its Ores pri4iced byau Internal luster of gold wbilt uuder tliep rple pf the rui by thcrejbuly nppci dottlngs of azure or Inc ler Etfii la produced the most priclous ahejcnr carbuncles eThct ChaltlcJiiH tvgarlltil this stone as a novcrffll tnllsmau Legend makes the- oeyes drnpons ouk of carbuncles Gar ems Hortq phyilcldn one of the vicertps of India speaks of carbuncles Avhlcf he saw IZi4h Slace of that 01Itl1eLo rt Vertoman tepor that the kingt ega wore uu enormousjane which ght appeared to be llg1dupwith e ala The vlrtBea ettH carbaa jiire jimlstunee to tire presf rtatlMi I the eyes promotk ef pleasant fcajMk creatloji of hspiiylllpsioim and ilitMkUe agalnat Impure air ra DONTDO Rg ETj f j l r JWhen You Have v f J 4 fY d A ifc mny Biiijiding to dot thattluj IsS LiiiiibCoIT to lurmsh a estiuiates iset o 4njijWstt ITITrnrug Materials and wiiitakef 5i Cbiaets tHl nil kinds ofBuiIding ri o fcj oM t J tfJt d i iouh and DressedS LurYfbK DOORSSASH BLLNDStETC r i efta4I SjtWe Also Hfn1 t ri1III Ie t ii F PETTUsMailager TheParsee The Parsee qntrnmmeled hy hIt4wenltbare without exception taU finely forid Ui sthtelyiiud possess a ro buatueKs I r I lipnutjr quite at contrast vritli their illuUoo neighbors Ie Htrwt costume lg npeci11JnlI lii ratut general reputation for soliiety frugall y and sagacity and they seenj to lr rjhly ttirRtniitl then umula tion of fort is In this respect Tesem Mine the Iibrewti Tb wealthiest reel puts or liouibay ate Parsees Where CobrnaAre Held to Be Saered- TbeHindopa on account of tbeir so perstition nn Very loath to destroy a cobra Itaipftirstpromlnently to their mythology oLd It la venerated txjth aa Itlvet and there Is a BenJft ese tradition that ft JI wide Inf t auspiciously shaded by a cobra will rae to Ibdi throne f IZara Work Mrs AIti Surprised that your id earns M Ilttje if bejworks aa bit4 pu say VBnl does he do Mri llI last tJiiiig Ito to taleizfii ou k tickttl lu thf Co 1IrThQ- BLICKDRAUfiuT 18Efil0ftb 1 THE ORIGINAL i LIVER MEDICINE lIr1uIr1U e A sallow complexion dizziness toxguEareliverIStomlChaRlibOwel giveimmediat8wamingh pain tlOubiItbThedfordaBlackDraugl4neverfajl fit diseased liver and weakened kid neys Itstirs top the torpid liver w throw off this geruoffeyeran4zagne It is a precntIviaor cholera and Brights reinforcedyDraughtthousanzlsefperaosiskayt dweitimmunein the midst of yetatow fever Many families Jive in perfect health and have other doctor than Tucdfonls Black Draught llisaI1yson hand foe use in an emergency jtad BaveS many expensive Jrsof a doctor MUmM55C Mardi IIl Nv vial ThhrdsUkcDi t Iia4d rkKyar3MldIhMtihsi jlsi hhaWIM tt kcbstdkMJor mc tfWitl a e1ItJSSP 54 hisy bN hIMd 4pi at11 X t h I f i sI j 0 iINot Ceieersed itWhy dontyou try to baia4 uloo- red n medown4epoMt1tVD Idout Mkuowi ankifj r4feaa tor Sorghum Maybe ldoat leek far enough bpit So long nx my nisntit ri Is honored ntt1iebazik4ant see that my creUtwI51ioaISdIfferencmishljigtoujtr1 t CyIca tajnQ1ls1 ioung 8IiIIL Vlff a 1son says sotnelliing nlee ii bolitziun liar why Is be snld tta jay a rufllflIutCrusty1 0l4 MmfiBofiKi lie exli ts io get iBiethlu I rI4 n vnt Shert 4rrOir I Old mcf A y Id iIHyOur prolsdou t tYoung mdee Pruinuiiiii li t K Its the practice Viiklet1 ralKujt t Town ao Country twa a AJ tlfiliadf Pittf wa1s4qcedgliy fa1sa4ei5ufuretowatlcentury and make tilm th pt ltRaving enjoyed kte 0ce rriryears Siaclalrt bepat111ti thin ta tfteocIgtspjbesl irPitt H wrote to doat yoH think the p z5TP1- tt board of agricattaee sfio r tr llofe r1 estlrely wala thave ie tMtlti vme fo sacceed 1M as faboard of racric1t1ueJ uJSir reb wtlt lug ku Hlf aM exasieme dear Bael It WM wet a wliMM IiuserMaMlsf trVY view I rtzi L-mvTkbIU 4f w the cabta Otll atwsay ta U4 a a 1 fl1 por r e 5 iIJJIIII WheLws Mssias 1tttJ ItjbelyU Wa the ed isaa Sitk1splied the fswattir t k sdjIt was tweJv aai 111McytMsame or Me a WbsL u1la- s ge reckesd JsJb3flpL youd reckon It WM twjNt 09CII sad I reTi1way J eit I 5ltraiI4WuTLf The twpioke Mcoeaiisrsd a a Iib- sani ervsah II tiP ct i- aeiwss eeetq 1ULTWalas oC tiM twq oiM had Thsaid alit i u lgeMzwMc ifs IniliM 1eR tyath ttU Wj eeluttail 4 te 1 55a5 f iNtK iWa z1 M tbs 108C t f i Mr Wa st sift a who ral toU mr without a rnJbW ut act kdh 5slthnore Aar- ICMiIj MJITBllRfr 1 4D DNTIT- bE1 TRACT1D u P1Wsrk Strictly I PSrMcI i1 0HtAMPTcThh ornciMCptWP irL SSkOGX bL LELDrv RKarts fozI r Pp Dapoi iipl iJWFGR1GSBYi I rz IYi j j Xr asIhtaL 4 JiiPWhiqIi ieirrage ttwI atJtt1f1t tfire 1ean Mli tIHk ftW PftM 1 Ii au qIt aa 9N r Ie b1i3wIrlIiot a liJre Kaj11e i ALLA lOATMATEt 1 NtLftII4a 4atuWJ1teriItxe bard tesee Ittrder to bit nod theikarpooa will penetrate ouJyt1tIlLft eca1bk portieua et tlie body Nor do 1Ieea tb ttli to tI1ildt uccessarlly p4wltk 4UMfcf fthe pfI r t lhr iftftraroo tu the CluH iiwiii ti river I krponed 1ltiijcv ntrx torIwhkrli towM mta tup naitl dovrii the t f 1truii f4afl Iur or two fliil theu IIkNUfl1eepetpartJ I puHcd ft- i b Q 1ti Iuit iiitlf tIietiot wutllrcctl7 t+ J tt iiini Mlrred him up wItL the bfIr1ocu poJe He Uldbluu elf pOD vtLe toe la tbe ibkntSer i ccuUnr to IutrkiAMaIflgatoz ituci lzugcd the et te7 7r T9 ttJ tothaul JKt maklntuKttoaul kIuee1ImBlctl eo the line nnjl vf uvJvled lu vrorrylmif WB nenrljr tn th oat wkm lit rote to the Knrfaw l11t taekod He wJ kpeIJDJOt1th Vi re pcllcjl the attiuk wltli luirpopu poh promptlybittent l purently iBtebcd him It ATW tO nearly Clark thatwe decided to trry Xsui In the Ilcif aaUedownthetlvrtowlorea oatS sloop vfn nnth0rMLttl3IJ tho vtor tke boat nud togethPr Oithacet tojllft the kead of thenl1l t aboaM BU tie It We tlici tied the tker ead wBea the reptile oiiac itq I a We aad landed a blow with hU tall WUci Jtfted ac out of the nWjr toot the ww cniM with the brentli knocked w body aM uiy hand aii1 tOce L La4lyet- F B at a4 boatmen wcr czmy rile laW fortunately been lleft upon vll a I was able to till tbcniUigu 8 tec Jtgahu We secured Lltu by floating rO tiM but vader kiln and tuVn Iwilj It Mt The alUcitor coujphtrlj fiIlti tlltF Mai M that agr companion iiiul1 rat vyaa bta back as we imdillnl down lie tttr ther wtk gnawale unpIintiitly 1t niar It WM Krewbv 4ark and the water w emHlifrifaila mile we flfItVltbIj SP r etericttded condition our hillIII ttt kJIMt wtll water poured onr the rMwaR We quickly ImJaiitVl the J bet fly t eelt ajtaln tottirbttt and sW 5are water A wrninlie for fbe Mmrt let y 1ItlncTJe6Ha fer the ufeU 1itr agata killing Uap Ia the aiurniux our buzzard 5frM frwa the HomOS JII river sur Sttt1nglc1 1MSM t w carjrtoff dative Country UkIAdi PROFIT i t l 1 Tliiciiuitterf of feed is tiJ a3I t11 i trcme he- M f t t UWmngleedlngIS s Riilir ib l1ipgipro L llifltrmer1 knowsi what tT1e1r UVCP1 to get 1 it heiQOgtonilkliiis pigs to etIr the most poflq his hens t st cgU Science toI Jf But howiabbuttthcchildrenII 12f12 I bonestj are soft and undeveloped I aI theyIII are thin and weak and a blood foodbft if there is ianemraf jV Scotts Emulsioh a mbced tI1PS Nh1b1and muscle thejime nd pda make bone awl rain I ithtodardHtiti tr teUnarn r rlk SIMJiptt IsAllY bss si M SCoa C8E- 4PwISt PLY rwg I hut t m if I ii 6WH 4WiH i5cltJIPPSIRI laterI 1 iIi Yourself Frtendsy- jiiMl IIAt I Acquaintances h PPPi FSiiokm OrShaders4c rOttsR cl ff JOhnCSIiders ii9at5yOur9waI at T O Shad rJgt 1t 1Cr an3cd received dt byJohnStiaderL jI yon wart pureiSxmntry lardit sCvafc Ran has ilrf Earns b1ekfa ontiy T iHJ Miriee moat and apple bft at Juo C ShaderV F 1 Daisy flour 65 cs a sack at JnoO Shh ers i Go Thompson Green fo northern wjiita seed oatsISorghum N O and syrup mola ses at John d Sh ders 1 UJ RrUties5c74candlcjOc per jagfl 4afcjho G ShSaers Try thy 25c yinegar it will surprise 11 yoil AWHagau iDtisyflourt iSit at John OShadord grocery Isaac Curry bta ndcSlates slate pencils tablets M3wriftngnpaper at John Shders Pure open kettle NewOrleans nd country Borgnum Jaji C W- Hap BoRN ToMr and Mrs Clif font AXJreen on at Vaen jne- sdyaii Rice Ro led Oats Oatmeal Grits Hominy and Beans at Jno C Sha ers Carving sets table fcutlery and pocketknives at John C Shad erjs grocery ShreddedWheat Biscuit Gra atJR1nQi The only coffee is Chase SanbQfcnesr Try it John C Sliader sole ageo o j J SA fulline of evaporated api 3 apricots andjreacties at Shaders grocery 0I Next Monday willbeceunty ourt day and also the opening off theP bruary teiin of circuit ourt Remernb r Triompsop Green SpringieldOliver Chile plow repairsI FOR RENT Six rooms in the building oyer Josaph Shaders grooery Apply to Luther Burns Jut received A shipment jof Ludi 8 Dress Skirts in the late spring styles Robertson Bros Quick sales und shortprofits is my Imotto dhenfore it will pay you to call an see me C W HagagI Dont miis getting one of those mens ten dollar suits for 698 priceIlrRobertsorjBr ant what your h take it to C w pays the highest market price Jish if preferred HuganIright Try and convince yourself Get your carpets rugs malting indow shades linoleum carryItlu1prides are always rIgh- 1Nowisthe time to dispose of your shuulder meat Because I ilwayshlmruior buy d W Hugau Istill have live or six of the leadingr varieties of poultry Dont full to provide ybursell Hisomething gpod Mtt1 JONES rIri James Grtgsby and Miss IIarion RO line t vo popular yoanit peupte of the Mooresyiilo pcihuIoti wi married aL CiiH hn onyes erday R y Fizer olichtWg f Ktf Sheonnn Martin IIHS bQ glij of MrfifE McClasky of lit rIscii Cyunty the finje stallion liiv it KuiMeU for which he paio rOPICS1 ti 600 This is one of tbe most finelybred as well as one of the best individual horses in this part of thiELstate The following marriage hcen ses have been issued from the county clerks office since our last issue Mr Jessie and mrs MattIe HickersonI ms and Amanda Tr Edelen and Miss Lillfe Ca andBerthtq0 Tue hearains of Saturday nd bonaav inthethetopotitomrunning9ver thescappipeand nn i ifey hjiOierflpjvjat oftpeTuesday was by far the coldest dy of the winter the themome ter registering two dWrees below zero The heaviest snow of thb season also begin on that daywhichwaf a fortunate thing for the growing wheat crop protecting it from the severe freeze Barlow Wilsons celebrated minstrels will appear at the Opera House this place Pn Sat urday February 28 for none night perfot mance This has been known for years as one of the boat minstrel shows on the road and Manager Theo Campbell is fortunate in having been able to secure the attraction for Spring field as they rarely appear in towns so small as this It Roes wi hout saying that a cfOAded bouse will be the result In another part of this issue we publish a clippi g from the Farmers Home Journal whien speaks in the highest terms of Mr Hubert Vre land and his canHRlacj or tha Democratic nomination for Commissioner or Agriculture Mr Vreeland was born in tis county He has been acting as Deputy Commissioner for some time and is thoroughly familiar with the duties of the ofliceand is well qualified for the l laco usHiw rouiiy Democrats CUll make no mistake by giving him their support Have you noticed our bora offer to subscribers on It first page of this issue The Amen i can Farmer one of the best farm papers in the country given t ith each new subscriber or with alII old subscriberA who renew for another year We will also make the following offer The NEWSLEADER the Weekly OuurjerJand the American Far merall th ee for one year for 150 Regularprice 2 50 We also have attractive clubbing rates with other papers and magazines Let us know what you want IMrs Fr ncis Walker an old arid respected lady resident of the town died at the hme of her 011Iseveral months add ier death was not unexpected The de GfiJctr was a most estimable Christ an woman and hac reared a large family of children all of whom afenow grown She had made her home for eraL years with the family of her onin law Mr C W Noe The funeral took place from St Dominic church on Wednesday morning for Sale Fifty thousand feet of lumber In the rte of fell kinds iincluding a lot of cedar Also1 20 acres of tobacco lurid to IensJto gdod man Otis Porter Botland K Notice SAll persons having cltunm against thu osiatej of Amanda c lain deceased are hereby notified to piesontinmr proper y j5roven to me atlmy office in SDringttald Ky no before vtttrclr 10pl903 t ft I A C KlBAiL tli y minis rntllrI JtHORSESJANTS lrRADoddfilmore KY- tviJUbel atfY csftlstablerii- glie1d on MotfdayJ Febl 2- 34htyCowtdayto ja e t Joa of fat Southern I5otes 45q1 i DRrcALDWsLL b PEPSiNiI w ti H WOR- DZDZEliTTISI1 OFlJCg1t1xEu5nT Burn Hwraanently located SPRINGFIELD KY PEfltSUNAL Mr 7f M Durrett ws in Bloomfield the first of the week Messrs 8 Mayes and R H Mullican were in Lebanon Mon day Mrs Julia Thompson of Owen boro is visiting relatives at this place Miss Lucy Selecman has be eb quite ill but is much improved at this writing Messr W U WcChord and I H Thurman are in Lebanon this week attending court Judge 0 R McDowell and wife of Danvlle visited reJatives here the first of the week Hon John W Lewis is in Bardstovn this week engaged in the triall of the Lancaster wiU contest Mr T 83 Mayes family were at the home of Mr andMrsv JVK Bn at Early Times on Saturday vi Rev G AX Strickland who has been confined to his home for about two weeks is somewhat I improved at this writing Mr and Mrs William Daipy of Louisville were here the first of the week on account of the cleattf of Mrs Daisys mother Mrs WalkerSMessrs Will Hardesly and Dan Neal with their families of the Polin neighborhood shave gone to Bolivar county Miss to locate Dr J M Frazee of MaysvjlJe candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture was here the Hratpf the seek making acquaintances i Mrs John W Lewis and daughter Miss Mar went to Louisville Saturday where Miss Mary will enter the Semple Collegiite School She will re side with hei aunt Mrs Samuel Averitt A CorrectionT = I have learned from several Washington county teachers that I misrepresented them in mak ing the Secretarys report of the Fourth Congressional Teachers Association which convened in your city OctJ7 and 18 In that part ot the report re Mating to the awarding of the ban ner stated thit Nelson coun ty had won the banner ovqr Washington titter a Hard strugglet It was purely a mistake in the minutes of the meeting ani was not intended to cast any reflec tion on the eachers of Washing ton county as Ihave since learned was so interpreted by IhisII feelings caused by the mistake and that you will give us a des perate struggle for the banner banner at Lebanon Junction t I remain WF HIBBS Secy 4th C T A Kidney complaint kills more people than any other disease Thl is done to the disease being so insiduon hat t getsa hold o the s item before it iis recognized Foley Kidney Cure will prevent the developement fatal disease if taken in time Wood a d Campbell = IIir MeanIain of 4Mcs Lyll K Sweets Uc pt r i JfLydia Sweets jwas born in Eard town Ky Feb 5 1824 she was married to Thornton Lse Sept 2nd 1851 Mr Thorn ton Lee was bornin Port Repub lic Buckingham county Va oIlj Sept 14th 1822 Immediately after their marriate they went to Springfield KyV where Mr fjee went into business as proprietor of a wagon making shop They lived quietly prosperously and lovingly together until December 3rd 1864 whenhe was Relentlessly and cruelly mur dered by guerillas who en teredVand pillaged the town It wasone of those bloody incidents which characterized that never to be forgotten period in Amer lean history the Civil Warby- whicb tragedy Mts Lee was left iI vidow with five small ch Idren iEJer nervous system was greatly Shocked her heart not only broken by the rude and sudden taking away of the object of her affectons but was seriously orga nically injured for the balance of her life When the means of support for herself and little flock of helpless orphan children was thus suddenly swept away she was a widow indeed The- sympathy of the entire cOmmu- nity turned towards her andshe 1took up the burden thus laid upon her uncomplainingly mod estly and submisSively and bore it in such a wayas to command the esteem of all who know her Mrs Lee was universally rrfespect ed and belov ed by all whp knew her Her death whir h Secured Feb 6 1903 elicited the sympa thy of the community Rer fun eral was conducted by Rev J D Ward pastor of the M E church of which she had been a lifelong member assistedl by the Rev Miles Saunders D D who had been a warm abd s mpatbetic fr end to her and her children for nearly half a century He feelingly testified 10 the purity modesty and Christlike life pf the departed and give the sor rowing friends most comforting assurances of the rest that re mainfe for the people of God MS FKUnx AM xaHEa PRIEND We regret thelbss of our noble and Christian friend and do most sinc rely ex end our sympathy to those to whom she was most dear Mrs Lee as loved by all who knew her and to lo tat which was nost pleasing to her Savior was ever her pleasure and ambition There never lived a s eeter character or a better Christian in our midst and one more generally loved by those who knew her than she doing all she could for those around her thit needed assistance and sympathizingwith the poor and needy who were beyond her reach Though it is impossible but to mourn her death can we wish her back here in this world of sorrow and sin Nay but re joce because of the crown she has so patiently won and is now enjoying with her Lord and Mas ter taking advantage of her pure and Christian life here on earth as an example and an inspiration to aspire to the topmost round an aspiration t at we too might soma day reach that goal that crown trusting Him with our lives to do with us that which jis best and jn doing so not only adding to our crown in the happy iiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilitW jUFEWLEFT i Ot those Mens twelve Jnod ton dollar Suits for only = I 698 I i This is an exceptional bargain and 3 you should not lose time in securing g one of them hefiire they are closed out fi We are still selling Drejs Skirts arid fL eo i Corsets at f12 PRICE Mens and Ladies Winter Underwear fTi 25 per cent off Regular price Every iaC I ofSpringTabIesMirrorsPictures E We are gIving away L Ii t JJBERTSOHBROS v f r SS- I beyond put making lifts D leJJ pleasant liere on ettrLs Time worketh let us work too Tim uucio t1i Oh let us do As busy as time at our work well be Until we rest fn the rest of eternity row Pittaburir Ky Poleyw Honey and Tar is the bes for croup and whoopIng cough contains no opiates and cures qnieltly Careful mothers keep it in the house Sol Ay Wood and Cttnpbell Public Sale As attorney for MrS Teresa Boyle I will on oSatlray February 28 sell at public auction on tile premises the following property in Springfield A good two story dwelling on West High street near Catholic church nearly new with an acre lot Also the property on Main street below the old hotel site known as the Dick Edelen property and consisting of a store herlshopAll of the above property is rent ed and is yielding a good income Sale will beginat 2 P M Terms will be made known on day of sale C A THOMPSON Atty for Mrs Teresa Boyle 55t BIRMINGHAM PfCTURES They Were Mere Paper but Tbe y Subdued the Artist Turner Turner the great landscape painter was a curious mixture of parsimony and generosity determined monof grubbing and unreckonlng devotion to ihis art He would drive a hard bargain one lily and the npxt refuse to sell at any price Intending purchasers were sometimes excluded from his gallery and the refusal of admission was communicated in anything but a polite maunerIMr Glllott the wealthy pen manufacturer of Birmlagham once proved himself equal to the task of storming the castle in the teeth the gruff art 1st and his doorkeeper and achieving a bargain A book on Turner gives the Gillott was met at the door of Turners house by an old woman who opened the door and asked the genUs mans business Cant let e inl she snapped out when lie told her and tried to slam the door But Mr Gillott had put his foot in side the door and without waiting for permission pushed past the enraged janitress and hurried upstairs to the gallery Turner met him like a spider whose web has been invaded The trUder introduced himself and said that he had come to buy Dont want to sell was the an swer Have you seen our Birmingham PIc- tures Mr Turner inquired the visit or as calmly as It he bad been received as a gentleman should be Never heard of em said Turner Mr Glllott took from his pocket some Birmingham bank notes Mere paper remarked Turner who evidently enjoyed the Joke To be bartered for mere canvas said the visitor waving his hand to dicate the paintings on the wall His toneperhaps also the sight of the mere paperY conquered Turner and when the visitor departed he had bargained for several valuable pictures THE MISSING FOWL Am Experience With an Absent minded EnjjH h Artist Wills invited me to dinner one after noon when I met him In the Strand accepted reminding him that as he was absentmldded he bad better make a note of the evening As he had no paper in his pocket he wrote the date on his shirt cuff When the appointed eVenlng arrived I went to his studio The door was opened by Wills and I could see that ho had forgotten all about the appointment Ah old tel low ho exclaimed lido not be too hard on me The cuff went to the wash and the date with it But there Is a fowl In the pot boiling here con Untied Mr Wills Just come In and wait a few minutes I had my misgivings but walked side and sat down upon the only chOir not crowded with paint brushes and palettes After waiting for about twenty minutes fooling deucjcdly hungry groanefl This hind the effect of reminding Wills that I was present lie exclaimed In a dreamy voice The fowl must be boiled by this time and coming forward he lifted the lid of the pot and peered Inside It Js very odd he remarked but I cannot seethe fowl Extraordinary p one has been here so the bird cannot have been stolen Well the long and short of it is that a week or two later I called again at the studio noticed a peculiar odor and discovered the old fowl wrapped up in 1n piece ot brown PAper UAb said bapIpened When the fowl was brought in there came a smart visitor Lady Qt about sittings for her portrait I must have thrown the fowl behind a canvas and forgotten all about it But now old fellow do shut uplLoudpn Mal Have you any trouble l3 in meeting your creditors old chap UNo difficulty whatever I meet em everywhere old boyI MOne- Half the Co- tLion Coffee strengthandflav 4 ficy brands Bulk coffee at the iauw rtc k riot to edit lredWIthUoalnqalII J t VL i 3 i MISITh r q OUII r 1 1 r 1NtGB ftMt f ii t1- II t DUCa PGRE1 i II- AntI see the gret1iYof t 1 tfErnbroideriesS ij 7 Laoes5S l If Lace Tieskr k I I t f t L e SJplqr IIJ WThSHGO An unsurpassed v isIn Silk Gringhams Mercer lizedWaistings Voiles c t jfs WHITE QOP i iu Mercerized Madras Qi fords Plquesc t j j C RF6TS k Just Received the largest stock Car pets in Tapestry Brussells It graintl 1 and Granites China and Jap vttese i f Mattings Linoleums1and Oil t lptii that we have shown tr NStt LAlCEcU 4 jThe most effective designs m Lace 7rIIs Curtains ranging in price frt iti 40pj to 600 a pair J r j lJ g MKUL PKPEH J 00 We are showing a most pomplfU AJ tof Wall Paper in beautiful cii5b tions tof French Patterns ftr 4FloraJi Tapestries Ingrains aii t jed It would certaol interest y4t0 VISit thIS dpartiiient We offer special induc mfnts lo 4 cash buyers in prices and tie Blue Rebate Stamps Call forvy bur sta2Yp w tt Yours Vcry Respectfully r I Cunninghaiii fi Dpmn aiI Jtt CJ iL ot o iei W BOOKER Prest JH WILSOK V Pres 1 OWzN C5twtc433t1It jl Home Tobacco WaaihCOj 4P INCORPORATED Jr 11SrS rOriNTHECOMlNES i Auction Sales Daily flbfltfe gfttljrti7 RETURNS PROR TL m jJ t Cu eu = N C E NCE c e24a2e a2awMAIN 1iE Mark Your Hogsheads ilHpnie Hw r l Ir1SAM SULLiVAN GENERAL feG rid jt w w i 4 JIcratt h A 4 if twenStL J r i i 1 tm In order to encourage the fai mrs oggi W Washington and adjoining couniifcsiryjKJi W3 the prciduction of eggs and poultq ilS1 and to indUie them to ma ket thaj fi a p v ii13 eggs often lwuJI pn November 2 19Ow llf iw award the foHCwlng prizes 10 scl pai Im GOLD To the far ElrYr1rprlO r IThe Largest No otFte shJ Ifgg soo4 W1To the second26f thiiEO r lFifthfr- IE 1t4 No merchant peddler ord ahir o1jI t X kind will be permitted to ente oeE91 JS test under any jpircum taricer as tbiil llintended alonato e1ourag Ha g1411 t industry inthe handsofthraQq iilS1OShOi wmy appreciation Of4h e r trd WIn the past and to more art j rhpa ili1 them inthefuture1 1tJi oArcei t will be givepor eVery ibz r rm o w dozin bUt forho lleo tbi1n on duzin tlJt fl jftav i We 1wIlLLoiL w- P tA doDt break your eggs highest m rkel prtce for your produce ht IS Ih- fIl the awarding dtu atiuvaprlzes Ublf tH t 91 qij posit at tiiePeoples JBsnk on Fruit Id li w rfli133iemain until venber2 J93 when It u w l j distributed amun the deervlncta1 1lt t I At J who may be lq dubt i1 u tb nHa ri t tllt 0 C ttsaiisfy themseIvs by osilulilt iblJ tJtSto be delivered aft psitry oiii tt 4pij Uroa3Strttj 4 rjSj1tItgttR1 p L Si r i7TTbtter srrtt aihitLiD FbI21O3 tlt The iNfp111b9 rt p1Imit oitftit Suring th o ify t1 t om Ir t it rusl rapIfldt4 J J lJt V4 Jrr J7Jlf it1i h qicH rtt j ii 4irUPItfoIf Jusr4t o1Io t 1 itlnr t t t tlr jJILltct tJ I IU ityzuisiittlmt t 11 i r 1 1 eXitCdIk i 21LV 1i r iftJi fJ tl n l pl r FI4Y rIli1na1 JrSl j1 d1 liiHtvW41is c TUt1 n tor i tI jjve Uir ao Mxiii iW tiSif eWst mans the riavijinimf 2 ai djiaiittnentif tj ht p rIf g l1ttndItnotlh r sfVt inti ej e nLt rJ iJ1r Itis gen Me ily eptlt1i1bt Y r2L3 1fCrtJotuW secrcwryt Um PwsiItnt wiII1b pp01ntcct to th peilt2jo f Prcsideit J MeKtc5tfl iThCed that to tlt Jii iiitic5r4ndit atthsr1r Sl1 efi1pIJ y f rlsidrt = Ifdse1elb 5frSoutth intet JtJns b ttS predicesspr asjrrS 1 iilI b JfI On thifepartltufur r 9iejon bpwavet f Mr Rooeve1t JtJ 1ot omtriitteiruimseJful dlt 1S t jfa X1It1b1 1ji 1ohg1ent f n t I11r 7 r r 1e ons ervLcCs is t tio WhiteiHbuKO may result I- i4kis t f rfitaimwnt in his present t sHionTTf1 i known hat thi- ZF A1 Eiden 1 hV t 5enrged to t kt ii7 ItiEiI CCWT1U double M Qiirtelypini present salary out 01 jrhi own pocket r L The Senate has ratifk d he IAkun treaty 1rcL1Ca1IY with 4 out opposition V iy felEn i tirI voting agaimt1L the pV tit P g vlvoce 1he 1a Ii Ra stHI jr 43flfojcj tills eatyhefiire anl1 0tLqt1igoi 9nventnsf bire tim Sc1LLte was1 otxpect1 J ift nn cp1iity wos seen y t ettect its ijftppTOval and wris Ej Hiptly seiSd by the Senafe- liiders l Tayvafaouli a he a routiiie bus1ntsi rsahpoed tf tilciiIu1nLiT11y irovadirg rJ th il rlC Punuiia i m 1I irni reful lUtnu HId ih t r e wtEcpLe to tI n dl1lnf t Itexegutivic se sion It is ihi- epe 14 t1r esders il atall of treaties cnn berutitied be 1 Jit tit 1 Pt Iuc ralthougl g ttR co1ned9Vbt ho ques tas Seaorkrgan wit IgIy qppo he Lclumbiin I wtf rm and J 1tIrinitsp r l sesioti be devoted to its v c1cuonIi fj MThe Statuim dr blocf de ri Qai Jf statiiupa1t1itgi the h tepul ilLI p11Jp11514t isliw V prJITcIJi tlhu lI h Sctom IiiIL outo tt rriiot 4vf r ot0llari6rtjw lnJi h Tu ritury New Jkuico and Ar72oni th th- c l t Uui ilPr s JUiu ruit cr t1iO J tIi T HlDlif to timtI OI l b Mmeasur t nbdhI o h IfJ S4 trntn t i 451q IeilJc1f ti llh1 tl rIkt tll r IL r l notti jji IIIII p0thv f ti 11r theOuinibus Stit hood H ItO = eiisprClprLl 1 pttlisiiil i fd rtf1t ilfsc 1 n lIig= h21 It I == if k MJ bq J 4ft t F8111F F i I cc I nents on the other hand claim that the Presfdent pro tern 1111 rue tho a rmudniont nut of order l a SrHhat thtf jjglatehood toftcst Iort I 119 stf piecietujis eai beude o jiubitf ii y n t t t i el l ljIC 8 Ino l irl li e I1t tteurtl- lO Staiflircl tlifi inj n4iwt crN L i W1 OTrifendmentto jtfi U parurjfntj oFGPmmercebill sjjlh prttpst taking Ihaiprro qf trims adI 4Lresej tloZt h0 s ts LJIltklq SI1 prcts s are by Ip imoahsL nncpiEinoD Hcd arc freaue ttY Aduhejfsed to tiM inenibersfboth hou tsby per SQnS jhobeiievc iheir ontO- IeStSW1l suffer bypropoed legislationI An ar i l mjstery vasfodded to the event in thisiini 1It nle by the act thatthe re- eipients 01t the ttegrams unan Jmoust denied Ihttir receipt even in the fncttof absolute proof to Jthe contrary Your correspond entfr being shown confi cieritfaliyi the Ulegcam addressed t a tertan Sen tot by the lat tors secretary r quested a copy ofhete1eiaii 1JfQYt the Senator himself andtvprftt with a fla1 deiiiitof the receipt of any such message Jmpoitaiice as Iso- adii1td to the s ory by the fact jhatfthe President related the di iijs to the newspaper men who first bnblished it It iheHouiopassed abill pro vjdin for anladdition to the Iap Ml and an offic bunding for its members A eougre sfonM thantavorublton any measure having for is ibjpct the convenience o mem 3tTs Vff ISe other House the eii4c i certain U approve the Pherehave times when tub wild beasts have been more mercifulthan nnn1n De1ns and Spared the wo irn past to them in the arena It is astonish ing bdlittle sympathy wom n have mistreSsSshe recognizes so well but she does not lighten the sick girls load by a touch of her finger In the store the forewoman sees the pallo and exhaustion which mark womanly weakness but allows nothing for them It is work or quit Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick womanlyliseasesand sap the strength Favorite Pre dries1weakening weaklue3shessWhen I first commenced using Dt Pierce medicines writes Airs George Strong of GaesevoOrt Saratoga Co N was log from female weakness a disagreeable drain bearthgdown pales weak and tsrcd fUug all the time i dragged around iu that way for two years then f began tating your inedidne- After taking the first bottle I began to feet better I took four boOrs of Dr Merces Savor Ite Prescription two of Golden Medical Dis covery one vial lofJ Pleasant Pellets also ItetnedyNow youImedicine has done me Favorite Prescription n makes weak women strong sick women well Ac cept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Di Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate women You have iit You doi want it Jfhen Why keep it Drive ifout with Mers I LLMalariai w anfl Ague Ctues in r House 3bill vithpufei arnendnienEL rbe1atter5pvides for hlmf tension ome center east Tront 105it t feet this Being in accordance with the Walter plans which were approved byPresident Filmore in 1859 Ii The cost of the extension wjll be 2500000 j The office buildicg which will be erected just south of the Cap Ntbl will conform to the Tater ia style of architecture and will cost 3 100000 in addition to the cost of the sie which is estimat ed ot 500000 When completed probably three years hence ihe new ac omoda ions will provide an office for every member of the House whereas ai present only the thairman of committees hveoffies of their own The rooms are to be elaborately fur nished in leather and wil be pro vided with handsome mahogany tables conchesetc also hot and Sold water and other convon en ces The cost of furnishings is not included in the abpve esti mate Between the capipl and the new office building which will be abont 500 feet distant will be conptruced a tunnel through wnich will run electric passen ger cars for the convenience of membersS Youthful Burglar On lv or hre oct ins re ceiitlv the store of logan Brig 11 been entp ed at n 2h It d the ca hdler 1ItJuf ManlI change and a unmbpr of uockc knive taken Roy WiisVn aird 14 in thecmi ioy of the TeleI ph ne Companyxvii ar eledIyesterday HS the culprit wouH walk hn the roirs oftFe various bifldinsrs urtil he reach ed Morgans store and than he vouid crawl ihroush the trap dopr and ro below EIwas rid 1stt rda after Ht vent to nes- but the chances ao ho wi hj sent to the School ot Reform a1 Lexington It will deveh pitthe tiial whether hn had atccm plicis Htisagraudsonof Mrs Mary Martin Harrodsbur v Herald Bitten by a Mdd Do Edgar Driskell of Van Burkn a young man of nineteen venri was bittoulin i11 lag la t rTunday morning Ho was it once brought to thi city and tle mad stone belonging to Mr O S Hackley was tippled adhr ing to the wound which was on the writ for one hour and thirty minutes This stone has never been known to fail to adhere to a wound made by a rabid dog In view ef the damage done in this county during the winter by rabid dogs all per sjns should be constantly on their guard and dogs found wanderings ithout the atten dance of their owners should be killed withouthesJtanyLaw- r ncburg It t t tkW4 To All Our Subscribers Ii THETMERCTN t6ReRT I ilr ij 1 gj I 3lt1 FTRMERL fv y 4j INDIANPOLIS IND r j f LI Tb ieaflig 0 t griciItumII Journal of the Naiou- D ti 1i t Edited by an able imps ofVriters iJ Ift- Jhi valuable joua ii1nuddi tt1Wtl1 logical reutrnentfalt agricultural subjects viil fA i 1UlO4lsUS tlc greal l sui tt etl tIJCcb Iding zest to its columns arid giving the 1 rf Uf1S0l11eth1n12 tOtJIiiIttbOUt aside frotnE very day humdrum of routine duties Ih Wlt1JjQthe Next Thirty Wtf Offer t J pro for lie Price of1Oo t The eijNt ad6t tt t Your County Paper dthe AiericanFarmer Ji k B thOneY arfor1OOM-1 2 ef i Zelic 11ThIsi urputllelediff r nade to all l dlllJ Mho pTy ip a n n jilil renewJitlh1 tilrtydajs Sample cccpiosSree Adds t tEI DAVISONJrpubffA- fngfie 1 M MN Jt i 4tk rX V v XM Ua4eby ldbTJ BaiTerLowlsvllk 4SAbiit fi1ir tphacirovrsU- Un i liCintral1TreQ ll1 f WJoI had been shippil g tobacco toIthe Louisville markqb wpnt toI Cincirnnti TUI sdav f yfhta and Wpdnerdtiy morning tlffereiJ 500 hogsbeadienthe breHJfssThis is the third tip of tile sea on for ttis Ken4ucky cjJntinKent who hail from Owe Spencer Henry Washington and Frank lncountjps Their tobacco had formerlvall keen shipped to Louisville but when the Continental Tobacco C mnanyvsecur od control of all the warehouses the farmers ripu rmfne J to divert their irade tto Cincinnati where they ciuid fled an independent market Hirrodsborsr Herald VhiI the Short lland Of the clock travels twIce around the dial Perry Davis Painkiller can cure a cold wilt ease thi tightness across the chcse and hence will bau ish the fear of pnenmoni Just a little cold does nt become a misery that clings tilt roses bloomiiycn have recourse to this never failing help There iis but one Painkiller Perry Davis iOn hp Jiru and th rdTupsday ltRouru d trio tickps at nije half of the regular rate plus 2 to coins in Miui ArKans is Louisiana arId rxa 1ail WIng stop ovpr tr g na n turn limitlln 21 days T iu uvt rif ta e h wade f fr t u pur us qt inducing iramitjrnt 01 to tGrerit S utb west is b tdb those ho rr v made a u y of co di iiiDo 11i r u ni ory on LU Anecii iIi Ii ofl ers equal oppo tutjiti s or stockra SiiLlI trui a d trtnk sjrowjlpg or any ofthtn Ie iodujtr es tho t artf buil ii roperouj towns- aid ite Iorurfteu raetis desiriig ihcne ihis section of count y tiers ir iert it liuence Lnn perhaps any jlac 01 en thj the fert Ily off oii ejjcooJiniy lo i pries of laud tjild men vmtei Icnir go ifif VMJSI liSI euaTnii iw aod thriiif cop t oe jmdo II the siini i roo tnbiiii sa gie ttj ulltTlidu = r Tfi n InlrtIf 1teWtrtj resiurc s ulor g the Me of 1r Cotton Belt liou n will hoIl Tree fj ny py n ii n ipliM lion IIm siI ihe S iliwea Glimr5 Iff out pnsi Miss n Aikuusws ind N W tijuiianu Tbrf ugh T xa WII ih Came i Fortunes in Growtjisrr Pn rs and Vpiiefrble The D versior a fruit andrtrncu growers jjIII rI nal W LeBAUMR G P T A Cotion ht St Lfui RUUOI Throe Hurl Ollie Borders an ecbpoyce of the Royer Whel Co while rtn d ing a spoko innchiri at tlnir plant liero Tuosdnyj nlornir got his hand caught ih the m chine and one offfI is tigers t s cut com ph tiIy tff Oji the sumej day Ezra Viiugn ajd Trvire Wayne two oilier etiijilcyeM Iff the company were ingjuryd tl former getting his hand niasjiod betweon cigs and trc litnr losing ji couple of fingers Lebanon Enterprise oi Nr Wayne married itHss Alice Noo of this place i100 RtwatdfOf The readers of tnij ppr will be plaaaed to learn tliut tleje isat lenet one dreaded didtuso that euit nee hits been able to cure in all its tttages und 1isconstitutional d eease requires a con Btitutional treatment flails Catarrh Cure taken iiternally acting directly on the bood and mucoud torface of the system thr hy dcwtplng the foundation of t e dtseaap and giving rrrthe constitution and assisting nature 1to do its York The proprietors HSve so much faith in its oilraijve pqwtra that they oSar 31 JJ fjr itny ase it faiB to 3 t I CXUy Co ii Toledo C Sold by druggists 73 utj tj HaHtI FaiuIIyPif8ith tb t Iniereslinjj Rtsjio v thijcounty ths injpiin 1 h rsented up LiJ Mc iy ajNalj ble Is Lthebt 11tr Perry ti 1brec IU uci4ioli IS n- I tbd sword of Major V4U a gal tan who 10 tCQtitelcr1teOffiqJi u atr ho C1e sevt erajkfays rtetward iiithe Tiotoe of Mr CoiaSaus pattijrUs tvhd t resided near iho scjaniof the Tdnflict Mr Bu rr Cole au wbo waR rjuttj a yoUth afc the time atII ttendel Hithfullj thedyjng pop fitKle ate Euredheahad hua short ttnatIYllJe ks posed 9t his possesmnsaniJ J gayqtohISyOUFhUI4t4fldt t was werrfngat uis tirpe he fe ceived the wound Tne svord was gr0aiTyprizdl by Mr Colel 1 man whtnruard wit h zealous care unll tUismorninif when he presen ed it to Cipt M Fay la sJ eating iff Mij r t Mr Coemab said he was are markabjy hrave and dashing ofifleer ard that lis daring Imo amounted to rashness During the eengagerapnt at Pern villw he had Irrpe Jjorspf hi hd tnriAi him leff re he ecpwu tte rRhlIl wrurd He was a tall nm JIsore s lder fnd was seatly b loved hy his follow fhYers- Th sword is straisihi blart iofa trt offirers rp uUtiou ihi brrss hilt Id leathor scabbad part oftho later having b pn torn away by a shot wuoa must havo romp uncomfortably cvose t2Iho person of the N t lorij iiice M weaprIl prrsei flf d H jiff ndiljl er wth a b ndsome rt Iver le foiid oi the btilefield snoFtiy fierhH coiflict which IH t slrhtyout of date is 0Il tros servce ble weapon Mr Coleman M nrXve wit ness to the batei Perry vile and laiks iuiafestingly of the1 great engagement which taking iho oinideratioa the num ber ofmpn engaged was one of the most remarkable battles of the warN1inn Rwrord Eiy Liqud Cram Balm iis an old friend iin a new form It is preparca for the particular benefit ef sufferers from nasal catarrh who arc nsed to an atomizer in spraying the deceased racniDranes All the healing and aoothng properties of Cream Balm are retai ed In the new preparation It does not dry up the secretions Price including tnbe 75 cts at druggists oo Ely Bros 56 Warren St will mail it Lebanon Locals From the Falcon Mr G W Robertson Sons opeced their new broom factory on Spalding aveuue near the railroad jn Ihis city Thursday They bought ihe machiuery of tho Diamond Broom Uo which recently closed down and remov ed same to their nev quarter The LebtiqulTOifs is mnrTiame given to this tu w p ant Grand Jury is still in SeE Irhe They have so far returned 34 indictments as fo lows F rI failing bnd icfuiing to receie me sagts 10 breaking into cut house 2 concealed deadly w aptln 10 gaming 2 and one each fur robbery breaking into a barroom hciousIprepnsc I rape petit larceny shouting on highway and breech ifj lea ILnst evening about 730 oclo k a traveling salesman for he Mi waukee larvester I ompuuy was making his way up Main street at an uncertain gull He is rlarge man aud when he g tin ifroiiof the store of Courts Urowdus tle sidewalk becau e too arrow fr hm and as a eon jbtquu ce he struck ihe large Pta e glits window n the front jof the building nd hrxke a hull III il large enough fur a hOI se to pass trtrou li F r ui atily e in for tnate nan t e tadWI h only a scratch on Ills ri h cheek Tile g lass is a very large one andI was worth a5 ut 1123 which was fully insured He came up ad told the tirm he was oady 10 pay all damage s During the past six w eks hare has been a gi eatt deal of petty thieving going oi in Ltb anon s emmglytby a band of criminals woo successfully uvai pdl tle ofilcers Last lF iday iitgitlll he hum b of IS Mc Ace and of MS JoeJ Qt n vere brokea into and among other things a arge vase was taken from ihe first and an over coat from the last named Su piciolls were aroused anti a war rant was isiind this morning tto search the house of Elisha Par iont colo ed All the missing articles and many others Were foijnd jiu the house Parrott was immediately placed underar esi and the matter wa placed re foe the grand Jyjpy whch te ct rned the Indiciraent promptly Hevn hem tried ihi terra of C9unit Jscra uAtotake a free ride to Fnii 01bIiis tic ttioorily guilty otiqd lively LertriilbflOI3re4Sftl lw 5t-t r Any4miiie rejnieirty vrUI stop acungh any smpje tfmtAyfjilL dry it up Hw maui collunIpiebave xtifled tfieir Ifvcsawray byTijg mcdicfnc oft 1gJ1atarr Ir tttse OuJi Syrup neala thefiijgt stud reinipves jnfiflaWatlco Only lttsrTay cat a ciiO le obiseJlc by Wot jbelIji rt4 b BUDS AND FLOWERS OF HOiE IIFL Pnadaoma Makes anKeepii the OhIIdIeUWe11Id Btrtng IICdtiicrs Satfe ItI tbc Homo JL Pqrtae Little Oaei HlThe cliiidren GotllUenttiem are and lowers 9f our homes Without their prattle Sid hearty laughter our homes would se desolate They should ever be carefully tended lit childhoxl and youth if we expect them to ripen into perfect men widwomem I the home and at f the children have Ihir times of ill Inallh arid suffering We often note the palli suit bloodless cheeks heavy eyes nervous movements and twitch ings if limfa anti muscls They complain of hea laclie drowsine weariness dyspepsia and indigestion All such symptoms and ail ments mean that the wls of disease will have j fast nit firm hoMo 1I1s proper measure ire tfxi to 6rc a ifcct condition Lealtit if veThour made their children hapy healthyainei ous by giving them natures medicn comCeleryplicated cases Paine telcry Zwere given restored health when the uPiTn5sfeNDDY3s t curtalnaIn d ortlmtlo color Direction book ndW dyed ssmplsi hIS DIAMOND DYES BurllngtonVt Roads vs Better Schools One of the mos be eticial t suits of road improvemfi t is tie faci i v it g tS iu con olida e country s hooU and ihus coi cenlraie our cil4 en in o cm tral buildings sj makjus gradec schools possible in our country districts In traveliqv arum the state we lavn noliceJ thoI where improved roads oxist tho child re r by raeanS of b cycle easily eu long distances to ceo tral schools thus gradd roads make possible graded schorl the improved roads working Iii harmony with II estate education law giving the childn n of tit rural districts iII e same adu tages as thoe ribidin In citi In o e ver fu ly four Coin ticut town by means of impI ed roads wre nabled toguu transport tion to a largo uutnl r of their pupils Eighty ur small schools ire closed 849 children rodIt to tn eni schools The cost of1iuiii tation was about 12tn bi r gross amouit f sum- wasiaycrtitiit r HtI 14 a tie o g of same 800 lhis sia itig w s only a small art of the eietil dt rived for iit JltedII a bet tel attendance nd llc1utlsThs close cou d inatiot ein impH ed n ads atilitiLuatoii cam oi bet o igl imp h d upon Jhe public auention N w York Tri1uni3 ConstiJation SDoes your head ache Fis back of your eyes i taste in your mouth your liver I Aers Pills liverpills They cure con Ftt pation headache dyspeps 2c druggIsts Want your moiuucbe or beard a b utUul or rich black brn nit i IIi BUCKINGHAMS DYE fertileWhiskers i IcosoIt LAeo Hard to Part With The tuna nt our boarding house Iss the ninnln of a ouce prospsiMw pocket comb from which the tivfi have long since Why we ask him do you cnrrv that thing ttrouud with youc it1I wortblps1 old And Ie Ol11b1I nftHl1moreMr lllt rl wns rather amntt lrnr tilt cbiUIn ucslplug flbOUaClt little phlIIIlhzi ll rBItnl littii ileofJl iY oUlykvl ottOt tvy tyIIIsljfiie In oHtc8ovlifty VIts ttdy grow upTit Idosia jJtImtc hIR like n 0trtto Mi nil ii iifA iroduces Itulf li1 tr JqlDyspepsla Digests what you cat This preparation contains eliot the dlgestants and digests alt kinds or food Itgives Instant re1lcf and nevet falls to cure It allows you to rat all the food you wane The most sensitive stomachs cat take it By Its use many thousands ofl dykpeptlcs have been cured after evprythlng else funed u prevents formation of gas on the stqnv eat4ngDIetIngunnesSary ItCMthMp bitdeyoutdPsepa- zedonivbJ E aWirrCo obig ft1L bottle olntalui tH Umcstbe aha r7y1Bend mode1tetc11or NOW cJ ItIHJlUoD froo report 5 witenUWllty Jor free book Ho1lt1IIIHCLBLM wiSe to We U S Patent Office ili WASHINGTON DC fflslI uIainsfll caao1SditCaa 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