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Fx r 7 T f r J 34Ir j iiii S l111D e k t j94 Jt h Y iiifrT r Iz4 1nVoJ X NollI SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 12 19J03 100 A YBAJIi I f L RTON1GO1 INPERTAKERS rIu AN EMBALMERS I ciI II kl f of Faeera t u PHONE 53nII OUR DrECtOBY by V 1rI WRniCFIMip eiu1tieat ofT iTaibhiftoJ cit51 mtlesSoUlhV v iMttll irsriantofi 59 miles from X4 i vUle0 Xardstowc branch oi i eWittiaMTKashville raflroadlnW a hrMa aH ai ricalUral district Tw aafcs telcerapkI arid telephone 0101Jldll1umber J r4i P fcaUon 1100 population of S KTts c pitat1yel1tCongeuHon D kltkiHo jreaYaieXy b Kcfr4e UtiTe la Kentucky Legi latwre Ken Ju Dohoney Tt y itrtJTe ia State Senate Hon i PKeuCab11svmeK CItyDIrctoiyA It tn9 0 ciicUrr couBi CircuIt Court begins 1 the fourth Itfst4ar laTebraarjrrilajr and Octo fcev L CTi8 PattescH Judge SWkweee Commonwealth Atj kcity P SrpCxpbell CIerk Medley Muter5 ComtnissA l QUARTERLY COURT Qi arteriy Court is held on lhethr4 tiday1neaCkmOflthSI w jLLltaey Judge rJi COUNTY COURT f rt ci tyCy4rt aeet on the fourth tfiwtfay I edi mt uth t L LLitse3udge W r BookercuntTCler1 i T4 8 Maye County Attorney tl erfeCatlettJailerfc t Jl ro Cr ake Sheriff Rlcharlsha T WMartera I I4dey Jt11t mett Deputies Jaiteaf Moore County Surveyor JI Royalty Assessor v 1 7 FOEryasTDeputy 1teMrtKec Treasurer oJJ M Montgomery Coroner 1 W JRSlII8apt of5 Common fetlAe p O Springfield i l CIT COURT r Jaes JU Noe PpUce Judge- S J h GraceMarshal LSt itf JUSTICE CODitT r Jutlce h Cortsare held in January- J f rilJlja4Qctobi j Ciiurch iSlrectoty J BAPTIST CHURCH f JeT George Douglas Pastor Ser SIc eyerySusdayat1t a andt3 r f + S ad T School at 830Praycr Ucttlvc o Wednesday night at 730 THODlST CHURCH ItrrJDiTard Pastor Service il tkeirU1ltaadr i Saudays in each IiUCitl1 uud30 pmSuri Sunday at 10 amIteylelioleTfry Tmycl VaeetiBg every 0itkt CATHOLIC 1nCada11 JtcT VF HennessaT Pastor SriIecT 8 aday at 8 and 10 oclock isnl at St Rose samehouri if CHRISTIAN CHURCH XeO r MiXr pitor Senrice ad foKrth Sunday io each W g P1IUBYTERTA11 CHURCH 1 ytG A StricklaHd pastor Sunday at li LH ItC every at I p Sa1ay Cl2OOl eTerrr If- keyS i1t 10 a Prayer aseeting ti aTeIa at oclock Jr r 1 iratsiaiOrdrsMA- S01c t t Loi x Spriugfleidodg t fgji Mts ptcosd Mbttday in ach WaskuijtoR U 0 Chapter r Xq 57 MfM crwry tkir Monday it8acU80 t aeets on cytrtk Mo4ay Kxr4oCTizMAcAExzMeet- h t TI tfiW dJM 4ar ia each moth 4J4 1ki1aIaE4- ItHrecy tWl C ft 15 tke name when Jc tto Wit k Hazel Stlye JE Ci r DWI ltC of ChicarP discovered af bow to make a Satve isclthat baectfic tI YirWitWHllilJg itciiiuIC rvisdig nct a l1 i aM all Mii diseases ttv1 batu iqsa This 2 Pu rIiito d1iater 4 tLLQ M drs toc L5 Xf iitsia Jiltlbw lUtack take Cha m b rlmirisSfainicS aiiiUlrer Tablei For ul atIhydna drug ores i i A BOlND Of TALK IQ 2NanFa and the Man The adventures woes and troubles laD Pa and the Man started by the Princeton Tiger and followed up by the Chicago Tribune the New York Pee and the New York 8antt are still going the rounds of the preys with the prospect of keeping on until ext Christmas Aa it Is qulce impof Ibielo follow them we give herewith the earlier stages of their travels and ezperlencea with a sonnet contributed t the Uniqne Monthly cat here once was a man from Nantucket hokupt all bill cash in a bucket o Bat his daughter named Nan tt Ran Away with a man hile as for the bucket Nantucket Princeton Tiger But he followed the pair Pawtucket The man and the girl with the bucket And he said to the man He was welcome to Nan Bat ea for the bucket Pawtucket Chicago Tribune t Then the pair followed Pato MaD alllet t Where he still kepttbe cash at an asset But Nan and the Man Stole the money and ran rid as for the bucket Manhassot New York PressI nt Pa chased the pair on to Newport i Where the man bad a cottage named i Greyconrt i And Pa blesaed the man i And he also blessed Nan While 1Newportl New York SuoE So Nan hid away to Woonsocket With the cash safely stowed in bertt pocket While the old and young jport Were absorbing the port Which had gone to each head like a rocket URAL ROUTES There are a good many inquiries re garding the starting of thetheet Rural Delivery routes which are to be put in operation in this county The latest information which may be regarded as semi official is that the routes are to bestarted on April first TbisI came from Congressman Smith who got it from the Superinten dent of the Rural Rote department several weeks ago Postmaster Waters has not received direct official noticeany apoutji the starting of the route nor have any of the applicants for carriers positions been notified of their appointment There is ime yet however tot all of ibis done and still give time to have the routes started by the first ofthe month The routes but of Lebanon which were applied for have all been started With the exception of the oneI out in the Bear Wallow neighborhood and it is probable that this one will not be given toI Lebanon It will be remembered that a strong protest wag made by some citizens of thsplaceI against allowing Lebanon and it looks as if now that the route will be allotted to Springfield instead The esab lisbjng of these mail routes while favored by the majority of citiI zeris who are effected does not all A citiplease great many zens who do not live along route oppose the theI system in some cases for reason that it will do awy with some of the country postoffices at which they have made it convenient to receive their mail As a rule these small postoffices will be discontinued but we sup pose in some instances where their dscontinuance wouldproye a hardship they may be contin ned It is the policy of the de partment to 80 arrange the mail service so as to ba of the gieat est good to the greatest number of people k IH ARD Referring once morit to the subject roads which we have msde a fe re marks in these columns of late did it ever occur to you who is thegreatest sufferer as a result of the conditions as regards the tujnpikQjSituation It one wiLt thinkfa ilnnte he will see its the citizen and s c1 inithe defnnct thrikBcompan- iesrof r thecoiintyr I heard on of them reciting ois troublesl the pther daLntthesituefi6masi SjIO views It I siathBr hard Bfforeithteigh of tit Jtgate rertok in tnik corn aywrdedoo1 pror seiltle4wwgood xlividend payitjg inIv ttaaeflt Cnstocks a ru1el WM owned by citizens of be county generally those living along the particular turnpike so that the stock holders not only received the benefit of having a good road on which lie could trayel and in which he took a special pride but he reteived good interest on his money as being a stockholder in the turn pike company Now the situation is changed to say the least of it His stock is a doubtful asset and as for the turnpike roughhats RAND JURY The grand jury which adjourned Sat urday after putting in some good bard licks earning their per diem returned in all some thirtyfive indictments Owing to the fact that the names of the offenders against whom the indictments are drawn vill not be made known until bench war ranty are issued we are unable to give a list but it is said that the indictments include nearly every small offense known and that some of them will cause surprise The present term of court did little business but the grand jury evidently made preparations for Work for the court at its next term way Ate Just in thc nick of time our little boy Wag saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasapt City O Pneumonia bad played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew Worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discov cry and our darling was saved He is now soundand well Every body ought to know its the only sure cure faroCoughs Colds and ail lung diseases Guaranteed by C J Hadon Price 50 cts and 1 Trial bottles free Persons with weak luugs or chronic in g affections who have been treat ed by the family physician without getting relief should try Dr JClasset Cough SJ rap Tnev Will flndjthe ef fect differeut from any medicine they have ever taken it is the gieatest lung healtnr remedy khoMn For sale by Wood and Campbell Wakeful Children For a loug time the 2 year old child of Mr P L McPherson of 50 N Tenth St HarrIsburg Pa would jlrep but 2 or3 hours in the early part of the night which made it very bad for her parents Her mother concluded the chldren had stomach trouble and gac her half a dose of Chamberlaius Stomach and Liver Tablets wnich quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night Sheiw now well and jroag F r sale by Hay on Tragedy Averted What came near beinga trage dv was only averted Monday afternoon by the coolness andS presence of mind of Mr 1 Jewell Taylorsvilles efficient town marshal IMr Jewell attempted to ar rest Will Tindle who was drunk on the streets and after taking hold of his man was approached by the prisoners brothtr H L Tindle who drew a knife and threatened the Marshals lift should he not at on e liberate the prisoner Tindle advanced i on Mr Jewell so rapidly that the latter was compelled to draw his pistol in defense of himself This checked Tindles advance but not until he hadapproached perilously near with JJhe dangerous knife Instead of shooting the man down as a more excita ble officer would have done Mr Jewell kept cool and merely bel i the desperat man off by pointing his pistol at him Help was summoned at once and both men were placed in jail The Tindles were later re leased on bond Wills being placed at50 and H L Tindele- at S 250 Spencer Courier welrknomi merchant of Jackson Mo says Ihave been sufferer from bladder and kidhey trouble for years WhIle I I have not lost any time trpm my bus ness it was an exertion to attevd to it I had no appetite and Mas losing1 flesh Idid n It feel sick bnt had no ambiton and energy I began using QAYl JA and continued till 1 had taken 6bottics and now I feel like new man Ijiave gained 10 pouuds SoI4byWOodCampbellIJy9H a Newspaper Printed at Sea A New York dispatch says Tisbut a narrow span in years when such a thing as a news paper pubshed at sea would have been inconceivable But this unique experience has come to one ship load of passengers as those arriving here Sunday by the Cunnarder Etrvna can testify It was on the last outward voyage of the Eiruria that this newspaper was published made up from dispatches prepared by the Reuter agency and trans mitted by wireless telegraphy to the vessel When the Etruria sailed from this port January 81 Sigpor Mdrconi sailed with her Before embarking he intimated that wireless telegraphy would soon score another triumph It didL Shortly before midnight- o Febrvary 0 he Cunnarder being about 170 miles distant from the Irish coast the wire less instsunients began to work and summarise of what was go ing on in the world began to vi brate on board Most of the passangers were asleep at the time but the editorial staff wad wide awake acd everything was in readiness for printing the paper when the news had bean received It was late copy that Rputer sent on the stroke of midnight when the first dispatch cameFive hundred copies were struck off and one laid neatly folded at each passengers plateS at the breakfasl table that ing There was such a demand for the papers as sdaveuirs that another edition was printed UU REWARD smo Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward any case of Catairh that cannot be cued by HaPs Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY O Prupa Toledo We iho undersigned liaro known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieve bun perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation Wilde bi their firm WEST A TTOAX Wholesale Druggist Toledo WALDINO RINNAN A MARVIN Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting liroctly upon tbe oiood anti mu cous surfaces of the system PrIce 75c per bottle Testimonials sent free Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best Coflvlib Settled on Her Lw My danghter had a terrible cough which sat lled on her lungs says N Jackson of Daurilie Ill We tried a great many remedies without relief until we gave her Foleirs Hooey and Tar which cured her Roid by Wood and Campbell Sold Her for 25 The village of Hustlersvlile Clark county is in an uproar over the actions of Miss Bessie Logan It had been announced that she and George Million would be married at the Mt Car nel church and the house was filled with friends and relatives to witness the ceremony and to congratulate them The girl was nicely attired in pink or gandie and carrying pink roses entered on the arm of her fa Herod Logan Million ant his groomsaen met thorn at the 0- 1iter and Rev Chinn started to pronounce the ceremony He had almost finished wnen he ask ed the girl if she took the man to be her husband and she an swered No The minister asked her twice if she made no mistake when she said she spoke wbat she wished and re teasing his arm she walked outt of the house leaving the wed ding party minister and audi ence in wonder at her actions ll She declared she had heard th her father had sold thor to Mil lion for 25 and she took this means to rebuke the transaction A Rem rIable Case One of the most remarkable cases ef a cold deep reaod on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gsrtrudt Fenner Marion lad who was entirely cnred by the use of One Mt- ij ijuteCoughij 11 run dowu in weight from 158 to 92 iba I tied a number 01 remedies ono avail till I t1IedQe Minute Cugh Cure Four bott1eof this woiderrnl remedy cured me pr the cough and strengthened my rings and restored pie to my uorml health and strength For sale atC Jlaydons drugstore 0 aFoICys lltjy all far Cures coughs a dcolds Cures brouchitif and asthma Cures croup and whoopIng cough Cures hoarseaesSapd bronchloltroable Cures pufetfmoiik and grippe Sold byWocd iCliPpbei Lebanon Locals From the Enterprise C C Christie and Miss Ida Belle Sweeney popular young people ot the Siicms neighbor hood were married at the home of the bride March 3 1903 The grocm is a son of Capt N R Christie and the bride a daugh terof Mr V T Swe3ney A host of friends wish them much happiness The conrt day crowd Monday was one of fhe largest that has been in town for a long time Considerable stock on the than Iket and Auctioneers Whayne and Brussells were kept busy The following changed bands Cow 195J yearling steers 1555 2 long yearling steers 20 40 5 shoats 26 10 sow and 7 pigs 23 20 9 shoats 6 55 1 mule for 54080 1 pair of mules 158 2 year old mule 49 50 1 horse 5950aged mares at 1525 24 and 5050 The foregoing were sold by Cal Whayne Auction er Brussels sold the following Three steers 2250 1 mare 35 cow 10 sow and pigs 16 one mule 102 7 steers 2350 per Master Commissioner Buckner disposed of three tracts of land Monday The Sapp tract of 105 acres was sold to W A Moore for 295 the BenningGeid tract of 195 acres was rented to John Benningfield at1650 the two Nelson tracts of 128 and 97 acres respectively were sold to Mre- Nelsonfor2L00 Several candidates for State offices were in town Monday aod addressed the voters at the court house in the afternoon Those rtrho spoke were SW Hagar for Auditor Judge Julian anN 13Hays for AtLorney Generihand Morgan China for Clerk of Appaals A large num ber heard the speeches but little interest was manifested MoreRioft Disturbances of sInk ers are not nearly as grave as an indiv ual diordor of the system Over work loss of sleep nervous ten aba will be followed bv utter collapiuulass a reliable remedy is employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the liver and kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicm for run down systems tt dispels nervousness Rheumatism and expels malaria germs Only 50 contsand satisfaclionguaranteed at Haydons drugstore Baiicrz of Fileumoula- A coll at this time if neglected is liable to cause pueumonia which is so often fatal aud yen when tne patient it recovered the lungs are weakened making them susceptable to the de velopement of consumption Foleys Honey and Tar wiji stop the couph heal the lungs and prevent pneumonia Sold by Wood and Campbell ITrln4 to Move It It is suspected that there is a movement on foqt to remove the fromrthis place to its old quarters in the Government building al Richmond This has been rec commended several times by the revenue agents on account of a lack of accomodations here Senator McCreary is reported to have declared that ho will make an effort to have the President order the removal of the office and if tint fails will have it re moved through a special act of Congress The main difficulty with Danville seems to be that she has not been enterprising in the matter of securing a plum in the shape of a public building in Your Hair Two years ago my hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor and soon my bair stopped coming out Miss Minnie Hoover Paris Ill Perhaps your mother iad thin hair but that is bo reason why you must t Igo through life with half Starved liair If you want long thick hairi feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark ind heavy Lahfik AXisiItS Jf yOur 4ThHISS 5505 sufllf 701 wnt 51 014 doflr a twe win xpni ea a bottle Be late aid give ue- Jf naise- J8Ur q omc AddrUl I the past few years Danville is much more entitled to a Gbvero ment building than any of thej other towns which have secured them The amount of business done by the postoffice give 5uf ticient evidence oi the ne2dof increased accomcdations for that branch of the service There is probably no town in the state which is core deserving of an appropriation for this purpose and certainly none in which less interest has been manifested in securing the much needed im provemcutDanvilleAdvocteCo4s s How ofteu do you hear it remarked ilts only a cold and a few days Inter learn that the persou ill on his baek of pneumonia This is of such common occurance that a cold however alight should not be neglected Chamberlains Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency towards pneumonia It ways cures and iU pleasant to take For sale at Hardens drug itore Salesmen Wanted I To look after sur Interests in Washington and adjacent coun ties Salary or commission Address the HARVEY OIL Co Cleveland Ohf The GrapeSafe Mr H F Hillenmeyer says all peaches on low ground in Fay ette county have been killed while those on high ground hare been seriously i juredHe says that there would be almost no peach crop in the state Japa nese plums are also killed while the American and European va rities are only slightly injuted The apple and grape crops are uninjured and there was never better prospects for strawberries and berries of all kinds Mr Hillenmeyer says thai the warm rains of recent days wlll tend to minimize the danger though they will make the ground much harder to put into shape for spring planting Tne wheotand rye were protected by the heayy snow and are in excelleutcon dition Do Rot Be AM To look the facts squareiy in the face That cough racking and perxistant accompanied by U3btneih acrss the chest and mucous is a sign of ctn snmption Common seuee dictateS the ruse of Aliens Lung Balm an honest remedy as it contains uo opium a ef fiolcut remedy since it heals irritated throat and lungs and so proyentc a cold from running mto consumption Pneumonia Follows a Gold FoleyIHeney Itatopathe cough heals the lungs and affords perfect security from an attack ot pneumonia Refuse substitutes Sold Wood ampbellI Not able Case The Bardstawn Standard in speaking of the Lancaster will case recently decided in favor of the will says The case is in many respects one of tbe most notable in the history of the pounty The amount involved is about 80000 Toe testators P Lancastar died May 7 1902 He was never married and in his will he gave bis homestead to Cecelia Mudd a faithful colored servant who had been in the em ploy of the ancaster family nearlv all her life This farm is vatuod at something near 40000 The will excluded the only surviving brother R B Lancaster but gave 5000 to each of his married children and 5000 to his namesake S P Lan caster Jr- After a number of devises to relatives and faithful emplyees of long service ihoTemainderof tho estate was given to St Mph icas colored school of Bards towns CataniaMJafFeTer Liquid Cream palm it becomiHg quite arpopular in many localities as Elys Cream Balm It is prepared in atomizers and is nighly prized by those who hare been accustomed to call a physician tSr such a ueitmeut Many physicians are usIng and pre scribing it All the raedlwnal proper ttaofth celebrated Cream Balm are contaiucd in the lliquid form which is 76 cents including upraying tube All drrigtrfsts or mail Ely Bros 56 Bar ren SINY f ft aJ rltnaliLIIIL Yteidraptdlj to the wonderful cara the powenr ofTiet JHpriey aKd T It prefents pneumoaia siud cOBtura pilots from a hard cold sttida the lun t Sold W Woed OM 1Ik11 5 DRCALDWELLN Extra Clwlcc Harold and Fred ltwoyung SODS of a Boston man have found themselves falling into the rep rehensible labit of using some rather vulgar slang words and one or two occasions when un der extreme provocation they had used terms that some people would class fywlthrEiducuss words These words h dpop ltaggretvating boys were manly enough ttpr want to steer clear of the vulgar and ungentlemanly habit of swearing therefore the elder of them said to his brother Ill tell you what lets do Fredlets 1tie ourselves eyery time we use slang or swearwords Fred agreed to this and hi brother said Well then supposing xwfr ag ree that well haye to put a cent into mothers charity box every time we say gee and two cents every time we say jzh and letme see how mucb ought we t6 pay for thunder Oh four cents perhaps said Fred and then he iddd1 but I know some wordsthat are Worth a quarter dont yOuMorris Wade in the March Lippmcbjbts PUBbIG SAbE I will on Saturday the 14th dy of March 198Jati myTesi deuce near Willlsburg Ky sellI to the highest and best bidder ths following propertY Onji good two horse wagon 1 now rubber tirelbnggy 1 large turning plow 1 range cook stove 1 nice mirror 1 nice clock 500 pounds broom corn barrels ofr corn in ear 1 goo 1 combined marcs ven yeari old 1 good work bOise I good 2yearold bull 4 2yearold heiers 2 2year old steers 2 milk cows will be fresh in 2 months I young cow and calf all of the cattle being good Shorthern stock 5 sows all bred ten oho hundred pound shoats 1 good boar I1 good phaeton Terms reasonable and made known on day piI sale Sale will commence at J oclock p m B P COIViN 2f Lagrippe coughs yield qnicKlyt the curative powers oF Foteys Hone- apd Tar There is n othiag jnt a good Sold by Wood jbampbalU A Remarkable Sf ery A number of our exchanges have reported an acc dent whicl i is said to have happened to William Chapman of Wbcdfprd county who had a narrow escipii irom death by the pverturnic of a wagon load of hemp Ac cording to the story as told byr these papers the wagon was loaded jith 20 ions of hemp and when it turned over Chapman fell between the horses and the entire load fell on top of him ard the horses and tn remarkable of all is the statement thatl neitherhe nor the horses were seriously burt When we remember that 20 tons is equal to 40000 pounds about the capacity of the per age freight car used on our rail roads we Would liketo know what firm manufactured the wagon which was able to holdup such a load and who raised tho horses which were able to draw it after it was Joaded to such an extent And perhaps some one will tell us how many horseswere required to do this work while we are investigating the matter Besides this Mr Chapman must be a Temarkable man and we are willing to vesture the assertion that ever h dlr weight of more than 400CO pound to fallen him and liVed Wtellthet tale Gentlemen istber not some mistake about the thtot tKis load of hem Where ll foe Mulhatton Lwrrepceburg It ms ItMUY IS ms fe iti- 4SAVhCIt ttail 1- 1Giy s elIcf at OBoe 1t5MIOtdheasth d It ftfN Caark CAIABRH had drlVH aW7 1 t ckIy trb JIis sad protect th msasbr1tl 1t MOIS- icniei I Tiatat nd Swell P1 etaS so cnts1t1drng0t1Or bjaaiivzI4Y BRQS W JIII THfICJOLDkIAPr kiiII IIUJlIIIiAAII li f1IllSlII1SMna A Cyc With A Hi t ry Beneath a blqjr Mr at ThOu as church not far from BarAn town is a cave known u tHi Hermits Cave froM tte flik that a man once took tip his abode them Malcii prayiK beads was his occwpatioaiil by- this means ht obtauHMUpod Mid clothing The mouth of ttikcara Isabtt- welve by twelve awL extewls under gronnda ooatftUrahlt Ka tance The MtraJMi if psaity walled in and withim this watt a chimnoy about two fist wieVak its base was s rettetlt bj toe hsi- mit The chi BiByii a e4 Iltate of preserratios jths k the rest of the wall ba5e41eV The cave iClar e oepeii- I l i iths wall to cotai streral pi ffI of furniture Triaaimlxr sWMM walls extead Jews from IbeViU two or three feet high Tar ground all around ie coyereit By a green verdure which warn JM rlanywhere else near ihw pce Jt is the evergreen waler lily It jis said the old reclusel had once been a retell soldier aQ- had served in sotoe ol t4tJ7I- w rs Whether iit wMwreeip received from some felfew use that caused hiia to exito hiMetf from civilized life or hi1s fere fie rugged nature no oekWi If the latter was the caNsI6 better place could be foa W He t could see the sun at iti firet ap pearacca in the horizoft FrjMt his cavern door lIeo41i WS tleldsa d dwclUnf idriN the river sweepiiK arotIb- end could see the era a4i eugle and kingSeher ae their flew on their tireless jfownrejin The frogs the owl sad fog were his coaepwikw a4 atk These and ties riffei rodp around gave iit a graasariss- urpassed The ezileV neialM rest in an miHarkei grave ia Hie a SH Thomaa ceaetery Ilhftl i y iED f t lfnI1iSJiIftiZ 1IrY III k s 1111 1100 t To ase aalitk t isI an oer teas story BariHc ed ia a small Tirfkite fejpsr iii tfci winter of 1902ltIa sltcf ityr ss- ofthepreieat Us tea alnirt ago Mrs Jh Karma itSUtlon Va a4 abwf As rare caratiyc ytwtraf SIllaiitii Cough Reawiy r Jswy shi- says c Tta ae a Iatune tfRlcIteardskkwn paenraodJa but mr M1cia MM MM b9wthiwre1NMI cird bee ttlti boy and I bfa riti fjk jajrfcrfrr and it noon cured kcr thank the na Hfa tarirs of berlains Cough edj IW- ff iimf so great a cart wlUwt iny rtarti I aot recomncHd it tM IrffWf qr te much in it faver4 IjMft aK urili l jr it and be cojivi es4 JF rjMlt tcJ Haydoag dr ir we r The best puf lItItUNi 1a4 IItriBM It clcam vtW sy4eia aair gtiftf Littiearly1isiai iitity Ask 19c DilTlMwWd t t IItttt 4 e Aatl pU Y ssqI and easy wit bat vr laitli Dc anise the I r l ll s hmidl III = J Tenth MCI Ha1 eross- aipIJiik f 1 Upoa ui 4 I i fj t mult forHtow arltMH4Mitv tfHqr Hatti PIekilier iIIa psw ay UN it iulensIy iwttfct mam pwcctavcd water Jtab il In watt hte the Saised krwUaaidMMl ad wMo the rs has takea ftawwty tle aI esu lDatic 0 dI1iriii 1a e Painkiller Perry DaNJ Fiftys Kidney CUte tuakp kMccrt saJ NMW HH iH i THE NEWS tADR1WJKJaDK 3BVKEY tUILftARHNADVANOE- SWIHGFIELD I 4 1 BAVISQN Jrft I ffJDiTtAi- Dir PtmJtSnEK H JV uq 17A4 Ue l or bp teesa notices 10 cents pe JiR JiUnsert1on Candidates and political matter tents per line wt k l8 4oitat IowJatiSbut ca5l I c ttiioride veycff goods f i At lIgcotracts made on llbera1 r VF rl uana tsqlptlons of respect 3 5is tf ij 1o i lnoPrmmTS ccaat4astiaos25 0 0 1i fJIIIcf8f t pItr4Oces = tTRDATMARC 12 1903L t F t GircuibJJudge 1the I a EY SHUOK 2 RJJIIli b iiOjSce of Circuit Try Eleventb Judicial L t JLQftbe contia o- li f ufii TaylorGreOU and Washing 3NtH i8ibatacUoaQbe Demo j critic party 4 Ji wfC m w 1ths Aft r y i 2C 0 JJa4autiiurIzeatoannou co r BENSPALDINCi r ji1date for the office ot Corn 1aHltha Attorney for the llth I TwHeWUtrlct subject to the action Mb peHJOcraUb party Primary claptJop June 61903 L ifAW are authorized to announce w HENRY S MCELROY MAcftadWate for the nomination for J c Ccttojurtaltb AUol netof tbS l Ill tIt Judicial district subject to tof fJl8 Demo ratlQ party y r i utkorIZedtnnOUnce K L DURHAM I i 4f Qreen county a candidate for the J ae pf vCbMBaonwealtha Attorney ffectt9 the action of the Demq I i iF ratie party In this the Bjleyenth- 4wlalj idlatrlcfr composed of the IL cpntWot1 Wasfiingtpn Marion f j yfor and Greeu Primary JunO lto1 L vj ji orCfr oJfCletk tye e anthorlzed to announce 3 v JMR JM CA1JP ELL cs and JoVte for theofficOof Clrcu k t CoarbClatk of Wauhlngton county ubjectj to tbe Democratic Pr1rnar Jfebroary 1 1903 If elected will ba asWud tn the office by Robe Noe 1 IIOrRepresentative 1 Ware auihorlzed to announce y v Mf WIGWAM D OLAYBROOKE s viiiiiwJjandiclatft for the Demo tiqratic nomination for the office votviiRepresentative In the lower 1 triiou e of Kentucky Legislature from talpington c af1ty i i iThe flood situation is alarming ion tho ssisslppiriver At New i Orleans thefr v tigexpecledi to ps8 the recd Vrnrk and bun- f Iredkonien have been pul to 1 Mfi t work raising the llevees wtt I if sand bags On the lower Ohio 4Cl the situation is becoming more senousianHatalltage of fifty fee 1 t lPifii pairp MfasTssii jo nd Cairo are covered with vcater for miles and 1Inles At Paducah the back 4 vater is causing iscime damage i ancL4kthaflfoot stage in sight and more rain falling the I 1oaokls 1oom Y4 Reports af J heavy trains and floods are gen srdl throtignqutthe South li i rTheBeckhani eligibility case q and tbe Meacham antiprimary injunction suiti wjll be heard by 4 ft1it Court of Appeals on March iBr The fallljench will sit in i dtbeca e Judge Cantrell h g f Jield that Beckhani is elfgible theappealis Irbmiscouit IkP L f 1hTso cant Ihare n sooCL time today r igJesji JQU forget tomorrow1 and If you forget tbmorroinr it will punish v3Oiwheu it Is today Atchlfion Globe I Somewhere In the World there are llOOOOjiOOO big cqpper pennies but jip t bwljappcara to know where they arc as JtJ 1s always safe to yarn even from i ut enemies l1crcr safe to Instruct tvcn our friends Colton Keystoitf a pure foodj 1 tIf 11 ion Coffee v l1li n 4gluetocon eit qualityHH uniform rich always in Scaled psckageicv in bulk r 1wr mraj rL 1 ir fiiIfliH iW News From The 4 J i JIJrir i tfn n h s1rttflflflflflflftflflfcr k cIi1c1NTrnI n L Everything is- greonand looking quite spring1itethe only inconvenience now in this com munity irthe mud which iiar very deep in some places saveral of 1boys have decided to have a special team for the present es pecially do those boys need them who wind their ways towards Cartwrights Creek on such muddy Sundays Robt Mclntire bought of Colic Janes a threeyear oldmare for 100 Wat OBryan bought of several parties around here d1 bunch of lugs and were delivered at this place CJarkson Willelt bought of Oscar Auberry 40 hed of fat hogs for 640 T Carrico sold to Watt Q Bry an a sow for 18 Leo Hill bought of J B Hill one shoat for 250 Mr Frame Dowling is quite sick with a complication of dis eases Dr Clarence Mudd of your city is attending physician Mr Thome Blanford is no better at this writing Little Mibses Margaret Green and Eleanor Clements of your city visited Misses Stella and Elsie Hill Mr and Mrs Jas McUulJum of Rear herei visited the lattlis aparand Mrs B B Water atSimWs Mrs Bettie Wheatley is visit ing reiatltes in Louisville rMr Harrison Nalley of Ram uels visited relatives near here last week Miss Etta Hill visited friends near OanaryJas week and hile there was on the lookout fora school T M Badgett bought of Felix fort250 fMr James Fields attended court at Bardstown last Monday We trust the may readers Will pardon this uninteresting letter as news is scarce and hope to better in near future ralbum Springs Died on the 5th of March MisS Emma btine Tie remains were interred in Antioch cemetery Mrs Amanda Keeling andI family left on the 9h for Illinoi Jilf Scott bought a nar from James Taylor for 55 yearlinghcr John Carey andfaoiily visitedj relatives herd Sunday tJseph Nicholsun left for Illinois last week Miss allieKe ling is verylOW at this writng with consumption Her death is expected at any time W11lia coulter bought a sow atfdpisfor35John Ware in our community Saturday on Lafe Wells and Ruel Foster of your town was in our midst last weekFoster Keeling Co have begun their new storehouse uptodater Mackvtlle LouisfcrJoe Thompson and Miss Allen Brown spent Sunday last at Perryvillti the guests of Miss LUlls Warren- Mr and Mrs Frank Henriott of Pleasant Groye were visitiug friends here last week A M Ferrol1tysiLj Harrods bjrf Monday on business offjoutsviilehere this week Mr and Mrs J B Peter and MondeyI t oCC few days visit to Sam Pater at V f zSome of otfr good citizens pot a move on and have been inthff last few days This work has betn greatly needed for some time Next let us have soma of those nica smooth Merritt Burton left last T1ctiI day for DeKalb Ill where he will remain some time Tho qoys will miss Burton T f Graves ha a cock in his store which is an eight day atrd with o Jy o e it ran 18 days 13 hours and fifteen minutes Mrs W W Hyatt was in yoUr city last Robert Horn has he j moved to a farm in Mercer county Las right Mr Wilbur Peter came to town and haying frcm the store a half a busnelof meal and other hitched his horse on the street while he was a call at the Some thief entered his buggy and stole all his goods Married on the 4th atthe home of toe bride and Ella Tumey by Rev E P- Ouch The bride is a young lady of this place while the groom is one of villes most popular young busi nss men There was a large crotfd the sale of Joe Duncan good prices Lee Bridwell auc are having weatner a present It is that Mr Tomus will op n upt store at the old about the 15th M E is his house at Maud He will re move in a short time James Truax will remove to the Peter BarloA farm in a tew days having sold hs farm in spencer county Elijah Farris and P S Bar low attended the Jones sale last abeve Corn is selling at 50 cents per are clear out off sights We are glad to see Messrs- e Geo and Wm Bublit lout agair they huve been sick all winter sciioul iis gung 1Oil at iNUud with ins Ads as icuilur Tie and black smith shop is about AJr and Mrs Jeff mith visited in last Wedues Harmon aad wife of visited WP Roy Miss Hallio Crow this life March 7 1903 at C oclock pm ot dropsy in the 21st year of her age She livrd at The remains were on the train to Booker and were interred at New Hope on Peaceto her ashes William Coulter of Elmore Mo who has been visiting his rela Lives here for a few days returned to his home Oscar one of our young men JM for St Louis vo to secure a May success go with him Jas 100 barrels of corn to W P Merrill fcr 250 a barrel This was visited S tbrday by one of the hardett rainsi that we have had for sev w 1 1 1I Gount BURNS CUTS BRUISES fromn Bardstown ihemselyos repairing thToTslreets pavements timepiece winding Tuesday shopping dissolved oqShewmaker Wudnesdav purchased groceries making parsonage George Cheatham handsome tCoriisl MOORESVILLE attended deceased Everytning brought ionecrWe delightful reported Sweeney storehouse Troutman repairing Wednesday Springfield bushellogs irigsby tSmb criptiou Humphrey warehouse completed byrBnostitsprngfield dayWill Springfield SundaySdeparted Nelsonvillc brought cemetery Monday Hillsbpro Tuesday Nhewmaker promising leftrpus position Coultersold community 1MA 6tfWSRR plicves Instantly Heals uswithout l aV1I1gu y scar IStops the blotdinjr Kills thOPaEroycnts Blood Poison Heals quickly S Stops 1e Pain Prevents Swellings Draws out tho Inflammation f I ItwU1do WhefY Cc money rcfunded S6 ae O9BETTL ALLqooDD1- wooxmForSaIebyCJH X 7gwSS-erWl years Land was washedI and damaged considerable cc ekjjwas JhigKerJHap H pfs bnen in ear Watergaps rnd jtf rdtJohnber ofhogs tb Messrs Stigallaiud Mitchell fur 52 Mr Armstrojns also bought from Marshal gee I1licg a sow 0nd 5 shoats lor SG Geoft Williams of Blodpi field was here the tirstof the eekon busintssJ r Albert Bines and wife visIted the Jailers parents hero several days last week t Jag Settles andDudley Siith rjandisld their tobacco ti11rI Mossofytur ttown for 5 12 cfisits l Allen Sutton and wife o1i ilinois are her6 ihs week visiting jlP atves The pesky rabbits Havei done Cot siderable damsigei to young orchards this winter In the fall there were complaints about our hunters killing tIme jrabbifs Land many forbade jBriy hunting on their farms in order to protect the game and new our orchards are made to suffer by their kiudues shown to theni There has been very little farm wjork dont here yet on ac count osuth rainy weather and and complaint is being made by our farmers that ihey wilt be too late with their crops but the Good Book saysthat seed time and harvest shall always be and we should rely on that unbrqken promise and if ve have seed time the harvest wiill surely come Let us be more contented with the weaber We are gbdto see the tand taken by the NjswsLEAuEU in regard to the road question It has published some able articles in reard to the mater nod offered some valuanle sug r stions 10 the Fiscal court in d if fol owed will put the roads in much better condition than they ae at present We desire to correct a state ment that was published incur letter a few weks ago booming Mr J T Pr ther fr r the legis laiure and some have taken it that Mr Praher was an annour ced candidate for the office We wr tp without the know edge of Mr Pather and iurther say he is not a candidate at pr sent but iis tIeilg urged by is own party and hifr nds in the opposing par y to mhkn tn race vir Prather is cmrnently qualified j for ihn place aid houid he tie sir to mulct the race ho would he a s rong candidate Htirdosiy 8choofiiousc The fn mars are anxious to ch r upso llvy can ei JSIe b rnitia t y r ttobacco b ds breaking up heir sod Mr Tv m Snider and wife spent the day with Rev R Sales ai dJ family last Wednesday Miss Allie Gray of Hardesty Schoolhouse is spending tle week with friends and rehtives at VVillisburg The sale of Mr John Kays came off Sat urd uv There was a good crowd in attendance and everything sold well Miss Lrla Goodlet and sisters viri od tletr uncle Mr Billy Mc ill in Friday Miss Fannie Williams of tIcs pace is staying with her sister Mrs John Mcllvoy who is quite ill at this wriliig NOT LUCK BUT GOOD JUDGMENT Saves Properly and Lives of many People at the Kentucky State Fair Uculsvlllc Ky The Louisville Courier Journal of September 24 1902 published the following At tho State Fair yesterday a thousand people or more had climbed upon cue of the sheds where fine thoroughbred sheep confined for exhibition to wit ness the headon collision be tween the two big engines setI apart as one of the features of the great fair The shed gave way and the people and shed fell in one mass to the ground Fortunately no lives were tost and no serious results followed havQ numerous bruises and scratches but had itnotbjthm for the strong Eage Woven Wire Fencq stretched around this in ctosure to confine the animal the loss ttT thV owners would have mounted tbrthousandsi ofs dollars 5 Lu er Bums Springfielll Ist agent f6t the Pa e Fence See llwJiji JlCO3etcjdLr I J for Commissioner of ofcot1CountI I I lrTO itRcrti ithe D Kentucky I beg Snripuncc tO you my can dIdacyfohe Cmceof ommitoner of Ajrrlcultuidi subject to the will of the Democratic voters at the primary to be held May 9 The short time intervningbefoi e the election rca ders it mpossibl for me to cover anr oftfieTSta i desire to state that 1 have been for years and am now a practicaland active farmer andthat all of my interests are dependent upon1 the apcfcesa of the farmers I am in thorough sympathy with all matters pertaining to the adyance ment of the interests of the agricul H tural classes of the State and of course in our Commonwealth it ia well known that the success of all other line of business are dependent upon the welfare of the farmers If nominated I pledge my best efforts to Agricultureii general welfare of the Common wealthI at all times been an active au consistent Democrat I am pro foundly grateful to the Democrats of Scott county who have twice honored me with the Sheriffs office without opposition in the ranks of my own tparty I have always been found in the thickest of the fight for Democratic principles both State and National I have served four years as a member of the State Central Democratic Committee representing the Seventh Congressional District and feel that I can point with pride to the success of the Democratic party in my district under my direction In these times of great cqmb nations of capital and trusts no one feels more keenly the direct results of their unjust oppression than the farmers of the country and I pledge you if nominated to use the office to resist the oppression of all trusts and to stand fighting for the interests of the agriculturists If you nominate- me I pledge all of my energy and strength to the success of the party in November when we must meet the enemy the Republican party Hav lug had many years experience in lbusiness and farming you will not be placing the office in the hands of an inexperienced man and I pledge tbe same care to the interests of State affairs that I have devoted to my ipersonal affairs The Department of Agriculture was founded for the in t rests of the fanners and in my humble opinion ought to be managed by a practical and real farmer My county Scott has not had a candidate for a State office for 25 years and being a strong and reliable Democratic county I feel that I can ap peal Vrlth confidence to my fellow StatecI and whether successful or not in my am bition to be your Commissioner of Agriculture I pledge at all times my hearty support to our common cause Democracy the only refuge for an honest and patriotic people Very sincerely i T T HEDGER Sadiron and Tailor Coo c A sadiron Is the stylo in which the common flatiron is spoken of in print says the Syracuse Herald Sad Is an old English synonym for Ijeavy and Sponsor wrote More sad than lump of lead A sadiron was n heavy Iron and long ago was applied to the flatiron now in common domestic use The tailors goase was called because the handle bears a fanciful rem blanco to the neck of a goose This name because It had a reason tor be- Ing still survives Literary Disease Many occupations have diseases Jobthem and literature Istiot exempt The two most prevalent literary maladies arc writers cramp nod swelled head writersJunfortunate thing about swelled head ls that It never kills Exchange TIle Trouble With Ioultrr An old woman who wont Into the poultry business under the expectation that sue could make a fortune by sell lug eggs has quit it disgust because as sue says the hens never lay when eggs are dear but always begin as soon as they are cheap Quick Answer Johnnys Elder Brother who wants Johnny to go on an errandDIdut you know I was looking for you every whereJohnnyNo I didnt If I had you wouldnt have found me Chums The Frosted hand Yes and after she refused mo she waved her hand in farewell Sort of cold wave wasnt itICleveland Plain Dealer Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by kidney Trouble IKidney trouble preys upon the mind dis and lessens ambition beauty vigor one neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has becpme so prevalent that it is nott afflicted with kid neys If tie child urija ates too often the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age whep it shQuld be able to r 1thJbedwettlntha difficulty is kidney trouble and the step should be towards the firstI these Thisimportant organs unpleasant 1kldneysandbladdernnd most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis gfpble with kidney and bladder trouble t remedyFime ofS1Vby druggists iln fifty cent and dollar 1za You may have a bymaJlfreealsopamptilct Idyricornmon bornIweak nom of Ing all bout It Including many of tho1 thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Khmer CQj Binghamton N Ybc sure and- ncnilon this paper tr j r JtI ebLuatiw Bromo Quinine fiIIIi w12 TWI Lii WIJ I4jj iWijWiaw jj V j iIIThbe Farmers 4 SSlupFy l R Jii t r ri tj i4 vV Jt J1j 1140r 1 C Glc H3A131 L 3M J SM3 i l TllOMSOWGREEWA fS t Is the place togo with y W otGg- I5 youi1PPlYms i zes jJ frFIELIJ 4EEIS33f1Kf fiuoIi iiOfall kinds Agents for OLD 2K RYi J t f g for the Celebrated i oio 45 IT 5 j5 t5 kJ II ELLWOOD STEEfc WIREFENCES 1 Our line of buggies for the Spring Tritle is beginnjig t tarrive and Is more elaborate thari ever I COAL In i any Quantity at Loostt Prices r 11 4 I THOMPSON GztIVlI tlf t Liver Pills Thats what you need some thing to cUre your biliOus- ness and give you a good digestion Aycrs Pills are liver pills They cure constipation and biliousness Gently laxative Aiin W Want your monttaehe or beard a txiolllnl broTOortlehblaele Theuute BUUK1NQHMSt DYE or treWhiskers ll l cnLoo a aNH I Au Eary Aormnn Ulnuer The Saxon dinner arrangements were orderly compared with tho e of the early Normans when the halls and passages were frequently the scene of n free fight between the secvanferbrlrig lag in the food and the crowds of hang ers on endeavoring to snatch it from them This nuisance became at length so intolerable that ushers of the hall and kitchen were established by King William Rufus to protect not only the cooks bringing In the dinner but the guests arriving to partake of It Upon the occasion of his great feast at West mInster 300 of these officers were on duty some to guard the visitors as they ascended the steps and others to defend the threatened dishes Such was the uncivilized state of ciety at this period but when later on the marauders disappeared from the great houses it became customary to carry in the dishes in procession sometimes preceded by music and headed by the steward with his wand of office It was the duty of an asseeur or placer to arrange them upon the table the ewers and napkins with which to perform their ablutions were present cd to the guests by the esquires and pages while It fell to tho lot of the al moner to say grace A Great Fca t There has never been prepared at any feast a bigger bowl of punch than that which was brewed by the Right lIon Edwnrd Russell when he was captain general and commander In chief of the forces in the Mediterra neon seas It was made in a fountain in n garden In the middle of four walks all covered overhead with lemon and orange trees In every walk there was a table the whole length of it and on every table was a cold celia ion In the huge fountains were the following Ingredients Four hogsheads of brandy eight hogsheads of water 25QOO lemons twenty gallons of lime juice 1300 pounds of fine Lisbon sugar five pounds of grated nutmegs 300 toasted biscuits and a pipe of dry mountain Malaga Over the fountain was placed a great canopy while in the midst of this lake of liquor there sailed a little sailor boy who filled the cups and replenished the glasses of all tbo3e who had n desire to drink More than G000 men put in an appearance at this feast London TitBits The Feet ofCliancIeoai Chameleons as no doubt readeraare aware all belong to the old world and particularly to Attica In their tongue their feetnnd their eyes they dIrer remarkably from other lizards Their feet though possessIng five toes are divided Into two graspUs groups look log like a baud In mittens and only byI close examination you perceive the presence of the tgrG or tho three oppos respectively but so close together ling to appear like one broad opeItho padded soles or palms of these grasping limbs you can feel and see the small may one saypalpilenable towhich tbpm grasp so that It is difficult to detach nchameleon troth Its foothold These clngfncctt together with theIr prehensile tall en oho them to sustain themselves on the Lraiiches In the stron cst gale raylnir n Cafl la Cl lna A Chinese bride called upon a forclgu lady says n mlxjlounry Ou Tontcrluf itho room she deliberately turjied back upon lher hostess and made nil elaborate pbelsaijce Of coui e the fotv feiea lady was amazed and annoyed bUt slid found put the reason of tbt strange proceeding nfterwnfd Tile brides conduct had ccuformed to CW ncks etiquette She had performed lipr obeisance Tier k out the north beovus that la Jhe direction of the royal nboih Jf the foreign lady was so Ignorant as stand oa the sou bsldeot tIle teijjthat was not tho brides concern know if fier hostess did not In what direction tp boyr h r hftd THEWHELE- Serf ftfe 1 V f SIsri L ehi PJLV PROOP l vj sw y fJ Can be Locked at Night t J c t r v pttroublethentinanyCanwashyour4Vinqows without trouble Can take out and lay away throughEter season with little trojabJre and no expense Must be seen to be appreciated Yofl will- f y s find them on sale af the office of SpnhgfieWd Lumberrd L tFlyqomesh t XId The Red Sfmp M Tnii 5 Speciat noncer 1 All collectors ofr Red Rebate Stamps wilLpeaae call t a our headqtterst Wood CmiJbEitls arUtbOr say stspscii l EXTRAS that were c have lIjeeDgiveBiawa cat pfcrkt h mas The extras will be giveifVwly Iftrfftfci A handsome Banquo Lap and a Rockeror Cbaar Ikt- JJ I SMORE EXTRAS I n1p 9fi It Wfl1beiven awtiy cm Jhristmts fe ai wi gtveyoEIstspssThe r CASH tradei1I7 Sjic RtJNDV C14YBROOKE MCI1 tJOHN G SHAER Best inTio l J I JQHNYMAYESI WoOcP1ErT ROBERTSONSEhr J iI Ask for tbe Rd StaDps and get in line at OIIco f0fi Ii next ChrjstmaS presents and reDoember yptt cu get say with RED ti tttiling stamps 1 Ctj sorae saiari answers Herff ap some samples of what the Brit1hscboolboy do when he tries bard John Wesley was a great sea imp tain He beat the Dutch itt Waterloo and by degrcea rose to be Duke of Wel l lington He was burled near Nelson fn the Poets corner at Westminster bey The sublime porte Is a very fine old wine Tb possessive case is the case when somebody lute got yours arid wont give Ittojou The plural of pepny Is tjropcnce In the sentence I saw the goat butt the maul butt iso conjunction because It shows the connection belwceff the goat and the mea iMushrooms always groif itkyaim places and so theY1ilook Ilk tunond Instt The dlfferUncqbetween water and olr la thatair can be wadebetter 1tt svyptcr cnnDotI rrf AMCTIOAJIl llI TRUSL ILVELI I I aiii1 iusEs tL UIs p IcoorI LIc r oQ fFor1 ed i In Social Life la th IWo tOMM Anne Sw ft writes ti Mk Maaham made me go tap wtIIa MM t eat boiled oysters ab this kt W Ingly adds the recipe 1sk wiimi wish them clean tMtli iiwkjftete shells deal iken put your ftrittf an earthen twttti thilr I s doWn thetMttWJ x a greatkettle i waa4MYour yMeriso- wnJIcaQILa4 Ja oJIW a tor h i tRl IPLw While Raplies1ws Ja fag his ee1ekitMfre4as e th- itrby ttf O a warltieise his lIiork wltbetst mMiiii lag lt The ApoM Pal s a trtcelMiIMBlht Iryilea- vemmtet as wbt ijcbhas taUe iii4 IT a palate kir JiArn iii s ti uHoami qiirs jiittlJj last Swsday iiteM BwW7 EoWi I thout ye at flv rTWni Wt- JM 0II ioCti8a 4 rsrfui ITff- rkspei ptfra It j w- iDiiIaIIIJ 4SN e I usus4 tort Of a wan la my husband Wen before ire were married be Wouldnt leave the house before mid and since be never enters It be toreJou r J PMEITRACTEDBURTON DENTIVT U 11sk p MaIN PRINGPIELJD KY etital Work Strictly PirvtclaM H LAMPTQNlj OFlICE JQlleN1 DLS j jIjtLil1IGF1ELD KYa If UOEDr RinBbarVs fo- rsover Peoples Deposit Oours 12 to 2 p th ATTORNEY AT LAW t O c r Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KKrl t WeK Weea CarTetitIIi 4ecge JlrellUlt1Vns theboundJ- Is iiy of the mistress of a country fceaee to care for her gUests Eti- Quettea demanded It of her and no one jnlfkt relieve ier of her ardnoua task I jMt ren the master To tbaiatter was y uIgned the eas3f labor of passing i tKfeottie and looting on while each Jshjtwas placed In turn before bla TVife or davguterf as the case mlgbt be and dorbecaijMo e of the branches of a good C+QfeIsieeducsUow and there were pro a taugbtJAtLady Mary Wortley Montagu took lkeeam in the art three times a week aid her fathers public days made a frsctlce of having her own dlnnaan Xfeactor two beforehand A guest who t d44 11et receive bW portlon from his ti f hpttte own fair hands would have if wldered himself much aggrieved t A Ouiael 4a s Teayne fStc etongue of the chameleon Is wn t Jtrctcnne and iteslble sys wIthrsllst By the former word I Mean the distance It can be thrown out l t Ulimo11tb By the latter word Its own elongation Is Infcrrsd for 1 aID are there Is notapntv ufflcleut Inii j VJtfe lower part of the mouth to accom raodate the eight Inch tongue which 4 r 4 cma be thrown out unless It Is greatly a t V contracted again We know that It lies folded Ip the mouth but It told Into a a very maU space and wbenlI have a i fieid a chameleons mouth wide open i jijAri to get a sight of this remark able member UUesso compactly in ed the loose lower lip that to see it is next toJIapoalble a The Sttncleat MannJt if think the niost penurious man ever knew remarked thd man In the mackUito was old Hewllgus Be t imokfed hiS cigars to the last half Inch tlJf clMFH the stumps and used the ashes foKsnuir but he wasnt satisfied even then and gave up thehab1t t What for asked the man with the I blf Adams apple He cbuldnt think of any way to j gtnbie4heBm6keChicnso rribuuc tAnich One Tbo Visitor And what are you going to make of him f r Mamma I want him to be a phllan I t41JptsL v 41WIy theres uo mon ytlntlmtJt jut1alli L the pbUnntlroptSts have a J been very rich ForgittuI l Is Branson as forgetful as ever More so Why that fellow has to look himself up In thejdifectpry every r might before be goes home from busla messbegets his addresi f f Reputations which have been forced into aniunnatural l bloom fade almost ij soon as they baTe expanded Mtt alayy0jof HAsh l WIenyoucant ea break Its take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eattbreaa 4ciI butter take Scott Emulsion When you have 1 been living on a milk diet andI want something a little more nourishing take Scotts MOf- it rSSkiyw must fat ScoWs Emulsion is a tfSfeM lattener a great strttijth giver thosewho have lost flesh yaot to increase all body tissues not only fet Scotts Errwlsjoj increases tftem allI t bone tesh blood an i lierye T 3ifor invalids for con Crf Vakscents for consumptives SI ir for weak children fOfall who need flesh Scotts 4Enionisarichandcon 1 r s vfcriabfe food J and a naturalt loiiic Scott s EmulsionIor bone flesh Wood aid nerve 1atNUh fW Pi alkthtwnfftr f evily bil- fEmsiMa ytbff OUOWP cncrs- V4Q9PeartSt N- 5OcadiaH i w G UHHiiiiHWHi r e lilJlIiN IW penIDorltert iXfMi FiehB8t and Latest Alwut Yourself Friends- AcquaIntncefL d j I Sweet peas in bUlk tJ hnQ1 hders Vv Garden seed and potatoes at ohnO Shaders BMackerl fish at Jno C Shadurs Cpunlry hams shouldersl sides b l1ditrdat John C i ShadergT FoR SAI ET Good Jersey cow JJ years old good milker App y at thIs office t iOnetingShader otcIf you have fencing to do thin 0spdngFehce Luther A Burns agent T1R EENI Six rooms in uilding over J A Shaders grocery LUTHER A BURNS of Remember Thompson Green Springfieldgenuinecqny LOST A young male pointerb color liver and white Reoward for return to dWALTERof QThe best Woven Wire fence onv earth is the Page Luthen A Burns of Springfield agent See him for prices and further ulars parC i lam now making my head quarters at Valley Lull and per sons desiring mv services as Surveyor cap fim mff ihere fJAMES Mo ORE F iiSALEA stock of grocer ieslocated in Springfield and will i invoice about 1200 Will sel salump or wiiisell by invoice r For further particulars inquire t the JTEWSLEADER office ThQmpson Green have rento the old Casey carriage shop and have engaged the service of first class carriage painter All- eeding work of that kind done can be pleasrd by bringing it on I handle all makes of sewing machines A five drawer oak with attachments 3 50 I tave the exclusive tagency for the genuine timetried firetested jSihger PHIL THOMPSON rThe public sale of the farm cfoMr W E Ray which was aderttised for last week did not take place on account of the heavy rain which prevented the attend nce of bidders Mr Ray will set another date for the salQ soon With the opening of the rural mail delivery pe month will be good time to begin taking a daily paper We offer the NEWS LEADER and the LOUISVILLE DAILY POST and the tHREAT AMERICAN FARMER all foV one- ear for 850bThe condition of Mr Nat PiThompson who suffered a paraj rejmainslies at times but his general condition is very serious and hisI wor3t friends are apprehensive of the Although it is a little late h storieiIII all Mr C M Brangle of the Mclntiro neighborhood brought to town the other day a mam poundstMiss Minnie McClellan has gone to Louisville and other points to study the Spring in millinery in the stYlesI MansQelds millinery tablishment Mrs Man field wil J also leave in a few days for the todnew millinery goods 1Agent Allen has been notified ttiafr owingto the strong demand that the L N will sell excursion tickets on Friday morning good returning on Saturday to Louisville fbr2 round trip and that there are tickets yet to bo had to the performance of Ben Hur especially to the Friday matineo No serious results haeoc curred from ihe visitationric f ahe lmad dog which so alarmed tliie weetcsitkfgofMrs PopeJ which as bittei +has fhown no bad effects as yet The W6nnd on the cows leg caused by the bite was cau terizei IOPIG8iI 2 r byjDr George La1fel1ceal1 ith j j now thought that the animal f will not develop any troubleh1j Louis Berry Isbn of Toney erry and Jim McKinney and Henry Stites two Colored bOYStd were arrested Monday charged with stealing chickens from the w arn of Mr R A McElroy he boys were presented befQre P udge Litsey who consented to them go on the following consid erations The Berry boy to be given a whipping by his father he Stites negro to leave the- ounty and the McKinney negro o be whipped by county Attoi Seyan gave bond for the carrying at out of the last named sentence but just how and when it was d3ne could not 03 leanedn The State Execute Committee the Young Mens Christidbla Associations will Young Mens Sunday in cur ity nex t Sunday Some of the ulpits will be occupied by the visitors A mens meeting will held in the afternoon at 300 clock at the Court House ad rossedby Mr W M Bruce Louisville and a union serJice will be held in the Presby terian church at night at thetl usual hour of meeting It isb alSO requested that all men- hristian and nonChristian beh inyuted to attend these meetingsa specially the oneat the CourtJ House Cant Afford ItBYoung man if you cant af ford to carry a small policy onii vpur life how can you afford tohassume the obligation of proviJJ ing for a family This is a 8 IJious1anigirljto embark with you on theii matrimonial sea of life go to the ffice of Masterson Wharton and secure a policy in the Great Northwestern Mutual Life Indsurance Co and on the days fll your marriage present to the partner you have chosen a pres ent hat will provide a r corape tency for her whenyou have ic gone to restI IIIII ColR E Whavne auctioneer pt rt a large crowd at the sale i f B G JOnes on the 4th and that everything brought good prices Live stock sold asj follows 1 aged mule 110 one 9yearold mare 95 one 2year1 old mare 91 yearling tHy 68 3 weanling mules 55 per milklcow and calf 150 2 year oldj heifer 2325 2 steer calves 11 50 per headone sow and four pigs 2150 twelve 65lb shoats S510 per head one 2I horse wagon 4725 buggy and harness 35 one organ 61 parlor set 31 cooking range 2825I and other household goods sold highMr Jones while a citizen of this county made many friends and won the respect and confi dence of all who knew him His household has broken up Mr Jones and little son Joe have gone to Butler Mo J Lloyd Jones and sister Miss Stella have gone to San Francis- Co while the two other sons B Lester and O Q Jones go to De Kalb ill to make their home Dismissed The 10000 damage suit of Alex Sutton administrator of Nannie Sntton against the Wood endtinby the case being dismissed without prejudice on motion of the plaintitt dThe case was called f9trial on Friday of last week and all of the witnesses on both sides had been examined and the tesi mocy closed Monday morning the attorneys appeared before the command the question of m structions to go before the jury was argued pro and con Ono particular instruction over which the arguments waxed warm was offered by the attorneys for the defendants It wason the ques tion ofjjcontributory negligence and was stranupqsly opposed by counsel for he plaintiff The instruction was admitted Qy1 Judge Patteson whereupon tfas counsel for the plamfrff Suttbn asked that the case be distnissed without prejudice with permis sipn to reinstate litany time The trial sgdSBd a good deal of 7w J1 nWlliiinir il l 8 H ORO OENrrtOtICERxNauinT BurJlt Pwmaneotly located SPRINGFIELD KY jinterest Thefact t deveolped that Mrs Nannie Sutton tho ad been IiftI and a great sufferar Dr several months had come to er ieath by a dose strychnine given to her by her daughter from a litte bottle which the ghteri thought contained morphine although the bottle aslabele4 strychnine This bottle was illeged to have been purchased from Mr Herman Mudd 9f the Wood Drug Co by Allen Button a son of the deceased Mr Sutton and young Sutton claiins that he called for morphine when making the purchase Ttje defense introduced Mr Mudd who stated that young uttun ors me young man called the drug store on the day in question mid called for a bottle ofstiychnirie and Was sold strych ine Qbite a gooddeal of testi mony all more or less important and too long to be given in this i rticle was introduced AJtho he plaintiff and his attorneys have not signified what actiont they will next take the impression seems to be that the matter wi rDeath I be dropped Mrs Mary Ann Reed wife of W Reed for many years att faithful and efficient member of he Mercer county court was orn in Mercer county Ky April 14 J839 and died at her ome neat Dusransrille Febru ry 27 190PHe parents v ere ulips and Matilda Jenkins and she has three sisters living in neighborhood Mrs Jackson unch Mrs James Massy and Mrs John D Reed one sister Missouri Mrs Miranda Lin art and one brother Luther Jenkihs in Illinois She was to John W Reed Octo er 8 1860 by that faithful man of God Rev S S Perry who is now at his home near Talmage Ky in very feeble health Mrs Reed was the mother of r eight children four of whom are eadand four living The living are Mrs Thomas D Graham Mrs Ta Pinkston Mr3 J mei L Royalty and Mrs John W Davenport She left seventeen grandchildren She gave herse f to the Savior when about eighteen yearsof age and united with New Salem Baptist church Funeral services at Bethel church Sunday Iarch 1st in thfe presence of a large crowd conducted by the pastor Rev Garrett Reed and W D Moore Harrodsbuiv Democrat Procrastination is The Thief of Time IWhy neglect th s most impor tant duty of providing for your family Dont put off until to morrow what you ought to do to day Call on Masterson Whar ton and secure a policy in the grand old Northwestrrn Mutual Dont forget that their office is open luring all business niours every day in the year t For Sale My bouse and lot on Bardstown road three quarters of a mil from Court House House has four rooms Lot contains two acres ground with fruit trees and other improvements William Waters itiitiiitiiti illJAi i iAi a i Selling Agency of The QloIohee TTiIorill ornpanJ CINCINNATI We Take the Risk f lliRO1 Y Ow Line U Shtwn ty ROB RTSO BROS a t m It tdjs I i 1 11fI i F S tJrl Proprietor Everything new and everything in ltt uptOdatebrocery 1 11if Pure Mapfe Syrup v TRYITtLOURaDaisy t JII 4 T the leading Country Lard Snowdrift t 1 COffees all the leading brands HIENZE8 APPLE BUTTER 4 and Mixed Pickles None betterS 1 dive us a call is all we ask Telephone yourl s orders No 57 FREE DELIVERY r tl IPERSNALLe Nunanofj 1is1 Miss Sadie Mayes has gone to Louisville for an extended visit o friends BMri nd Mrs Olarl Robertson and Miss Mary Brown went to Louisville yesterday Quite a number of Springfield folks will go to Louisville to seethe great play Ben Hur Mrj Robert Patterson of Adair ville is visiting his sister Mrsll Will M Hagan of this place Miss Sadie Mayes entrained at hqi home on last Monday ning in a most delightful manner Mis J1 B RoBards accompa nied4by Master A R Shultz visitidTier parents near Burgin this eek Mis Alice Bush and Miss JennieCokendopher of Chaplin are Quests of Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby this week Mr4 Will Curry of L uisvme iis a gue t of her sisier Mrs sa B Thompson at the Walton Mr Curry was here tie first of the weak Hon Moreen Chinn Harrods burg Candidate for Clerk of Court of Appeals was in towia Monday in the interest campaign Mr Cninn is a son of Col Jack Chinn and has taken a prominent part in state politics and represented his countv in the general assembly of Kentucky Life fire Accident Real estate If this interests iou call on Masterson Wharton second floor Robertson Block SpringL field Ky telephone They represent nothing but A 1 companies and will atend promptly to anjT business intrus ted to them Have you noticed our liberal offer subscribers on the first page of this issue The American Farmer one of the best farm papers in the country given with each new subscriber or with all old subscribers who renew for another year We will also make the following offer The NEVVSLEADEK the Weekly Courier and the American Far merall three for one year for 150 Regular price 250 We also have attractive clubbing rates with other papers and magazines Let us know what you want The famously foremost I Merchant Tailoring House In- Amerioa Wo are offer ing for this season the but finely tailored andh- nndsoniiily trimmed nude tonigameats at popular prices The merits of thet- abricsiouwiD discovoron eraiinIng II f eve Our expert tailor 5 WIUbe 5 nd Saturday r March f 13 5 T4 1 Will be glad to S have our friends gjf call and see sam S pies and getyour fmeasures taken ff EfitsYours i ROBERTSON BROS fr r ii fOR THECDEfENDANL The Jury Allows No Damages In the Case of A Green Againsti il Elliott After a trial consuming parte j of two days the jury in the case of C A Green againEt E H Elliott for damages by reason cf an alleged assault returned a verdict for tthq defendant Elliott The case attracted a good deal of interest and the proceedings of the trial were listened to by a large crowd throughout The affair which was the cause of the suit for damages pccured on the evening of Jan 30 in the lobby of the Walton Hotel and the particulars were fully given at the time and on the occasion of Mr Elliotts trial before4he Police Court on the charge of a whel1sit was found guUty and fitted 125 and costs Mr Elliott is a trjuv elhng salesman for the Et L Hughes Lumber Co and had been selling lumber for to Marks Green of this place for some time There ap pears to have been a business misunderstanding between the parties and thepersonal encoun tel between Mr Green and Mr EUiOttcame up as a result ot it As is the case in all like occur ames the testimony of witnesses differ mat nally as to the partic ulars ot he affair Mr Green claims that hp and Mr1 Elliott had some words ovur tbeir busi ness matters when Elliott strutik him a powerful blow suddenly and and without warning over the heart knocking him down Elliott claims that Green usec i insulting language to him and advanced as if to strike him when he shoved t him off and he fell to the floor Each sUe had witnesses to maintain its end of the case more or less and the attorneys contended for every point Mr Green was represent ed by Hon John W Lewis and W C McChord while I H Thurmau 0 C McCbord and J W Clements appeared for onlylongthe matter and write a verdict finding for the defendan- tCOMM1SS1ONERs SALE WASHINGTONTOK CIBCUlT COURT KY Alonzo Kimberlin o PItfa EquityJcobBy vlrtaa of a Judgment sad order of sale of the Washington CircuitI burt rendered atth e February term thereof 1903 in tbe above cause I shall proceed to offer for vale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky 1903atSbcIockhighest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months tth o following described property towit A tract of land situated In Washing ton county Kentucky on the waters of Beech Fork and bounded aj follow to wit Beginning at a double sycamore tree on the west aide ofa dr Ii in Prior Hays line thence south with tho center of the county das It meanders to the Marry line corner to TKliDberUnpoet of JT Klmberlln to a stone oor Vrta said J T Kimberllns rilne thence east to atone lilathe center of theodroad as it meandera to a stone thence northeast 80 steps to the be ginnlngcontainlng acres more criess For thVpurchase pried the purcbas er or parchasers with tapprbTed se cnrity or sureties mustjpxecuto bond bearing legal intcrelltfromd t if sale until paid and haying tIle force and effect ot a judgment Bidders will berjquIredtoSoaipIyi promptly jTlthJthese tormskfTHCS X MEDtEYw M CWCO J Dont Dont Dorif vtil you want Life In nc- dont makcYa mistake bdt get the best to be hDgJlj WatterspV kt WhartPn represent the old Rolls erRobertson block over Haydbm atozev e e- iiisii 11 t 11GUNNTNGHRM q UNCN8 TORE 1irt f And see th greatdis y off Embroideries Laces v cl J 1 K r Lace Ties T LceCO1orscI Atfunsurpass fed variety ot MMSH GOODS fin Silk Ginghams Mercer ized Ginghamsf Mercerized Waistiigs Kniekerhokers Voilesc iAlHiTa GOODS in M ercerized Madras Ox1 fords Piquesc c t c CRPES r Just Received the largest stocc Citr pets in tapestry Br ssells Ingrains Granites China and Japanese Mattings Linoleums and OilQ1ppi thai we have ever shown i r r LACE CURitINS The most Affective designs mljiec ICfurtains rafnging in price from 40c to S6iQa pafr c 5WELL P PER are showing a most complete stock of Fall Paper in beautiful combinai tions of Erehch Patterns t Florals Tapestries j Ingrains CrtWJ1t11 g It would certainly interest ft visiti this department = We offer speqial inducements to j cash buyers in prices and the Blue Rebate Stamps Call for your stamps Very Respectfullyl I CMningtaC Dimctt tJ Ir t0 t Waco Da etdr The above is a good likeness of the fine stallion Waco Dare Jr Vpughtlast weklbYJI1Jl R Walker of tscounty olJr W Riley of OhristiarrcountyTbisnorse will be a valuable addition to Washington Qountjys list of fine horses He is grandson of the ramous Dare and com bines the blood pf Prince Den mark Oabells Lejcjngtorf arid otherfine ones Waco Dire Ji is a beautifuWridividual and the sire pf sbme hili etsshorses T 1tayellzUmb d t1p HD nfOtthf of9raneGa suffered for sir months with tf frightful winning sore pn hi leg but writes that Bucklens ArtticaBalve Avhoilv curedtiii five days Ppr Ulcers Wpufids- t Piles its the only salvpin the world Cure guaranteed For asle tt Hftydflns drng store WeU Maia The many friends ot John DLoant- wLlIbcuIerSCd folcsLfn thatnoha em tire ly recovered frpoih Attack d rei Ciambrla1i tig Pa1t Balm cured hIm af terlhe best vflectot In tne town JVIonon ini JnlM to give t1b Pro pf nellM p Ii111iatoI ie wortlttbre itltnea tbe c Tst For sale atayc4enscicngMr j 0 rirSa oct Fifty tbousd fact of 1tlri- n the treepL2iU krrwtUM tit Apo jalotofcedarofliitid 0 eiWgood man Otif Porter E30tland Ky A m 1 and We Yours Chester TOJBACGO LAND n To Bfc U ii r a As agent and lt1 nii ritafor AQC AnIQ J1dU SatMrdiy J Mirth 14 3 urtIOUS8offer for selc t9 tbebwt bidideratpublic uynicrsdltof 6 and 12 month abOlt t 5MftfLl nrotLd jcounty awi boiade4 on HM north bylands ot ciaikc4ira l SlandsBrown ThiHif Mfia Jfjfa co of tobacco land as tb r iatiMi IntyWfl watered Utl buss a fine lot pftimbtr on jf Tfc purchaser Will be r J be exeetitbeMrWiWE fForfurther inforatipA or address IKTIuxAjL Agent anti AitprMf M ULfO Andersoni1 t Mlle6rij5 J i t J Fcuit ndrnaal1 trees grape j smallfruitsr s tkiEfVTbt ordkad and garden 6 Strawberryan eral catalogues qiaest HtHaEIMIEl 1iaN k tf t 4LTtiy tirOwosQie sWb =tilt tk T7 i iJ irI r A lt v j 7H Jjftl i vf theM itne t wIiiio J ir9r oAt S1bLtb iofi1on r l SjT cb gatheredii ollitibli11rCnz t i t fLcaIuet c dsswieespit tof Ottbg former N W4Iw4Mc- i ltetR itf J1 f aiu1ike1at d wtr Wjiitey were brlht ti41 ii- 1f of the l IbeItt1t 1agi uioithe qlp thi nie ln r lisla np4eiedtbc t wore JIl tbeesc1ding ybirotQ3e brSbS were oc bft 8sukr facetioIy re t I i w I r DQlas4If o1tcaSenatox p rr kemq1bobt rtThere was Do 1bi1 o ku-1r 4 1r12ocJ I v J f 1 t 1Fr s azt bf pigsIIbus4ercitho ttE ii1iaMiaitIB tandur 3W cJattetpiotibyfihQusteri 4a tIIi of 1be3 moo rats iin 1 akaIy largeI 4oM a 1jj9a o I A nqv nattmen1fo f I 1 ttM b n eatab tv AlI itamiration bj- f W 1 f = = d j 2 QctiICd tTI erin antriwtiawi I otijW1 t r fi1 r lllti Stj t1c m1 egulM YJI Hd ViW A bill re- LvIi ths cirrefcy system of I j1th iQW lw Jij U jr te more irnora r i it ot te wuy enactments of ir l 4rtre sit esision Thet3tal ot th spiroiat1ons made is 73 aE Oj8 The totall for the en- L kISISiiI154ii1O8lG- 14ii yt Se ate wifl Deefin rl1 pnsut1t a lrtlC Md n toat- 1trEecubati aiitPanama treat illtorlNorCBidtQ oorrsp et tliat Iil te Iurnbiaatrerth jiu J nm idiq iaifong convention I I L 1Y no stone unturn1 r LiJisatin1e the Senaw t e numerous jrnt 3 9snt k hprop Thej Aj 4 i Y A1Mami n will snPa1r 1 L atthetrety1inti1compelled eNps by ply ica1extiauion- II Weithwill receive aass J e ll i other DeII1CCrtC1s i 4r aliOtnfthe me m IIerifit1iijr nav signified JI r appoya11 lthe treaty It opposion j 1U f1 traty o both der i brf11t ngbJ Ik l s your cresJ there are ampI U SpsWiosyot te to ratify it eEI xi1xr14o a sde a careful e L IIMSOft the new S nlltJfJ who jtkUr atg In the Sen p that tIe ag 4f1IEEHE4J t iai bt11 biittor 1oitIktrns- eion pArnpng hnw Lena tars who will conk1elic pending t treaties wilk 0 from Jjeawel LWhP alfer the OK rJeadfofck in the Delaware legis fJatui e rIFeciedonthe 2d of k IN March rt MrRobertasrcngtbess- istanL n w Secretary pfvthe Treas Iury assumed tifs dutietoday and it rumored that a eeneral bak mg ptg thfrcustomii sery c A4H fbllovft Ever sijhco the rjlm Ijred silk fraud Jn NeV York t1 re MtSfbe n distisLttio Me admTnistraUQn of theiftr U3tpms4aws and the Present ha flfgeii a reorganization of Iholservicej Cenerall Spalding wh 1tr Armstrong succeeds willlbave the service his iisalth vipggiVenout undgt increas ingear joother important change in the Oov rnmenfc service involves rnpri and his successjonby JixRpjjre tentative David Mercer of Ne brasfta WhO was defeatedt for ogre S by the bitter animosityi pt Editor TRdsewatfl of Omaha Mr ferrjmanjt is understood exp eted to be selected for tne ositiffn Sf Secretary of the De jMrlmentcf Commerce and Labor Ind when Mr Cottelyou was was awarded that portfolioJ Jim HiedTatielyI accepted an offe1rocn- aNew York cOILmercililiun Aaning incident pccufced tithe liouse of epres httivcs fft1uday of aciournment Rep ti jt 1C Spake- rsitjokthe tIair lotfV hi- theii iI jithathek- er iMrif1l4 peaker- i 1eff hiRd f Heherso wli ihi relit pve with hLa right Jiap alllifsr iinkftandsf pind pther desk furnishings safely placed on the left side of the desk out fir SCARES pEOPLE Who come of usumptira iIy when they be ug1andlbe1UDgs rut But it is a fact beyond dHik jroof that con tunj jdda ja not ml canabfc be jn herlted Thefmi cobwhich breeds disease must abso lutely be received by tie individual cOi1sumpetion opeth ik Men and Cornea who have ben af jaicted with obsti nate conghfl brbn chitft bleeding o patebeeiby the ysp OLD r Pierces Golden Med e ughhiwith solid flesh IwhenIcoiainenceftkinr your medicines eighteen months ago tay health completely Broken down writes Mrs Cora rSunderland e Chaseyville Oilrert CtfiMd At times 1 outlpsinVin mychoU said Uadillrir ImtbU and that fwesldnwr be a tliAt last I concluded to try Doctor f tnedldaes I bought a bottle of Gold etKcdl DncovefT tookjt mod tooa com jMaced to feel alittic better then rou diretted e to take both the GoldeiultedJc ery and the Favorite aTescription which id Altogather I have taken eighteen bottle tiC Golden Medical Discovery twelve of the Favorite Prescription And Svea4 pff lets I am now Mtaost entirely wenand do y work without any palo whatever aOOea flug with more tai thin rcoold formeriywalk- aDr Piene Common Sense jtedical Adviser in paper coverv i5iieIttrro1 rtceipt oC 21 one ent stamps to cover expense of mailing only Address Dr 1 Y Pierce BtftaI N Y 6 rnrr tndF in mtlirialldil f1trS 1Aai JMOj ttfl 1tF Qf1 WAY oZ hiS prIialttry liammer No sooner ilad th- Cannorassumethe GlrairthVn haseized theaypl dnd in an attempt o restore orderbroughfc it dowjCvIgorousJ on ticutqjass Tnkstandt Shouts of latfghter greeted his v accidenti und again the gavel dfscended splint ring a handsome tvidryjSaper JrmffV t By this timi t1e clerksappreciat ted the ituation was usingthe gavel ith bit left bind and they qiqk1yuio Qd 1ideoftlie1 Bolla cuts old ores of any descri ytionVjvonaas cut bVnises itolfi Vsufe a speedy cure Dr OLASSES GEiUrAN PENETRATING LINEr MENTshouldbe 5eJ Sold at Hay dons drug Ytorc j WoPkin Oycrtimc Eigpthtirl w3 uro igVpra by thbse tifelcsslittle worker DrJiisNetf laVfo Pilj Nil lionsVre always nt work night Jind day curing ibdigfstiol Bit Uousnes Constipation Sick Headache and jll stomach liver and bowel troubles Easy pleasant safer surj Only 2Sici1s at Hnydong drjig stojek Oa tto tirstand fhlr Taesd of catch month the Col foniBelt Route will Seif pdff way and round trio tickets at ono half of the regusrratelus2to pointsi llMiLSOUri Arkansasr Eiouisian ahd Texaj iltw1ng stp9erg- olig auUretalks1n dysf fMtLbtf uusuialfy llbIsma- defor tne arposepf1nducngj lmmigrdtlon to tne 0reat Southwest Ife iis belitved b those who nave madf a study of conj ticns that no lejrllorjr pr rfij American continent offers equa- lopportunitiesfor stock ra slog fruit audtr ck r vinlfor any of the multHplied industries that are building prOsperpus towns add cities To the person oflimitea means desiring a home this section Of country offers greater influence than perhaps any place on earth The fertility of soil Exceedingly low prides ofland mild open winters long growipe seasons enabling two and thrett crops to be made off the ame ground combines a greater number of tidvactagfesxiht may befoUtid elsewhere Any of the following Iiterature describing the coup Irv ard its resources along the line of th Cotton Belt Route TOll be sent tree to pensonupon applica Uuotomes in the Southwest Glim pies ofSpuChcosTylissquri i Arliausastid N W boiiffsiana 1i9 g fas tb Camera 1AF tu es Growlb Fr irs and Vegcitael The Diversier- b fruIt andifickgrocers jiiur nile E WLLEBAuME G P T A Cotton Belt Routo 1 Stj Louis Mo tttt itT- o t AllOur- SubscribersI rT i t rl Xt dvJ3p Ji ct J THE yr i 2 tiE r Qor it tl of c i P LtJ f QRffT ThM ERICThI Nd A i i h JA7 rn i irr T 1 rar404e H t INDIANAPOL1Sr LNDtt r t jJ l tt r I I ia1Ii 1ij ti i 1jlli n a jir ien1 ttinl ro U t170t ig iL Edtiby e 4 f rIl ii atl bIe1oipsbf i fflrsIf r 19a it = 7 Ii lr4to1 utloi ttreatmeitofall tgrcuturai ubier dJ J ac be greaL issues of tGe days thereby adding zest to iits columhsl aridtvin ll a 4uscf et1 I OfferIit o Ltaderd Idi LThe 4tEarrnerj I t 1 l jt I vM tXt tt fII 00 JeJ IL 1 rir ii = llw 1F J hasmost remarkable11peitr- efora1Iwhonvel neyet4a1in lheSpeuYr or y l 4 t NciM Rea1 state S v tAmml1ottutit rca1esta- tdashave l beenmidein Neltoa county during the past weekVi MIiTiRConnor last Friday sold the fH6dgeview rmJ 6on taining 142 acres near Bloom fieldto Mx Mack MjJerand andIwiro of tiCk Creek for- 825O This Li a vfiridesira1 place apd twas formerly the property oPMr WoodicHall J lG4Ajda6sBcD sold their armaft publicaiction lost Thursday to Mr W H Allen of Fairfield for 38 p r Acre The ilace contains 148 acrestatdjs known astneCnarlfs Regan farm It nnclIyears same price as aTioVe quoted Standard Poultry Industry r The growth otthe poultry in dustry in this cpuniy cs one of the wondrous of the tiraa As a production of wealth the American hen is a maivoll To lung trafe the increased earning 9W1f rof this yindla i j8uR jauto cTatbfthei barnyard fttd may be stated iln Missouri during tbe latiBscMl trytear the sum do rivedrOin Jlhesale pfpoultry ana egs ran il7i600 alreadjof all other products Combined he totalsboVjJIathe old hen negTecled ajycLIeft by the farmer ito forage for lierselft while he devotes bisatentiontothei i i Jre1c1 iios i9 tIJ t1including4 iI1jlt81J eT 4xdti- rnQthyseecT r dmUct1 seed cane seed cstor1beinnp- oUon seed fobacctf btpom corn r1ii andstraw J 1 tA 3T0r0 CoIdFor4fonU4 b The following iletter from AjNusbaum of BtevtIleJiIdteiILlts ownstoryj lt I suffeiea for itriree mdnthaVltii a severe tojd Adrug gist jrescribei for mc sdme medicine auJ a physician prescribed for me yet I did pot improve I tried FAleys Houey and TAt i nd eleht doses cured me Sold by Wood ardCampbelJ ft Porter Thomssii Deal Cap d Porter TnomsOrn diedi of la grippe at his home nFrap1ltt fort March 5the Re bad been ill two weeks and amUythpught he w improved His trouble however settled on 3hl lungs aifd iu his enfeebled conditi tilsunable to withstand ravages of the malady Cap Thomson t was widely known over Kentucky Hewalr born near Center Metcalf Kyi May 6 1S34 v Ho entered Itho Con federate arm in theGth 1fentuclry regimentJ ijio faipoiis brptjan Brigade Injfarch1852 her became First SeMrgent 6f ComparyP and vfhthafc corn pajiy participated in the engage ment at fchiloh whero ho was wounded In May following he was elected First Lieutenant pff Company E He fought b Vicksburg and Stone River St which tatter place he was severEa ly wounded and fell handsf the enemy He whs ono of thirty six ufficers who castI jfots at Oily Point Va in I33J f fr the chanco of boin returnedl jJto POrtDelewart prison and shot rfn retaliation butTs was ontfoffIf fortuntI I L SADAMstI LGalresonTexas II WlM CzrduIIi1hdacfxbusing II to llrcd women 2vng tiJfcriid fcc I IIladowncral doctors arid different rtmtdii with no iucccMr your Wine of CWH wathtody thinS VWdi lielpedwii and tvtntaaBycuftd Ilmtrftdfas knidvp the weak parts jtrerjiJh i the systcraind correct IrreJuIorMei By 1Llrcduoinczi Mrs Ad rjieant jttcrvbaa Scouicn who haTe disordered rtfenscs faljin the womb ovarian troubles oraay gf IhaiJQ ailments that iromeip hare Yop e euro yon lf athomith thlajpeafc women wmed WjH of Cardul W1ig acc dui mc- vre l ihoqsands tf oues1 whIch doctors h7tf iledib btoe U1 not b gin WeL welt toi4ggissiaetOObotls bytoiath ivcr tdfriIu toCARDUI j SNUFF By JohnCaxlonIf t01JrnrJt ttbo T S fl MjjClureCpmpany si S 5 1tt mlJL W8 lying In the port of yierpooic TSfJiilo the American coloniesfind beeQ Btifccessfal tn waning tbeUrijtndepefid etice England still dominated the blgb sets Being continually need ot men to man her ships she frassed ian act giving her naval officers1 javAhorlry to board the vessels of any other nation and search tor and remove Irltlsh anti Joittt g ii3bJng for British subject however was generally tin excuse to ftrco Amelj ansailor5 to igbt for the mother country For years no Amen can craft soiled tic seasivrlthouls fear btlt British meriofvar and many of them were oyerliauled two or three ttnicsn year iaptairi Israel Jones jwai owner and CAmmandcr of the craft named after 14s wife no was a eftsy going When be wonIdeturnI llama tP tell Nancy thrit he bad been overhauled and lost a man or two she tfould llslen TflUl flashing eyes and ex lalm ij fWaallTsrael Jonesl I dont Consider iju much of rman todet suchthtng3 iijypenI xc them Brltlstt had me to deal with It would have bCCn differ eatlie j JresCJitDieting her loading In LIVerpool three iA4 HiKot JOKES aa iilrOvlc1cnc iIbefore and who had just deserted tom the British navy came skulking aboard and appealed to the captain for proftec ton and a passageLoriie lip Iras heal jtitln asche knew that If they were t und aboard his vessel much trouble t duld i ensue when Nancy came on the scene JiJ4iLook here Israel she said as Bbe brought tier baud down On tbq cable fAble wlthoship7 Ilttbepiuvnnre r Jwltftus9r Ill sta bdlilnrnyiel Ic iou aint a mariJf you Conijtjiildeem away ind take em baqk liomeU want to liuf Itll i bo ari awful ask replied Israel i But we dont xarefpr the risks Tbem men are true born Amerlcati f and our npbuire at 1phe ahd theli rolrf1 p your Bhlplni the Jlfst place and totivt put8blp8balVtak em back homo agalnr r V 4 That settled The dcserl6ra wcrc stowed away andin duo vtime ihc bark sailed on lien tUrnt She rasal most clear of the Eugllsb channel Twhenf she discovered an EngUsh reye nue cutter bearing down upon her These light government craft were often used to board vessels fend Im presti men as they could dodge about the channel much easier than the men jofwar The cutter was sighted just after noonday and lier4erranttwas guessed it In a moment hewould bo sure to bare a description of the three desert ere and would no doubt Impress two for three of the regular crew even If BIle did not take full possession fitwas Jfo use to spread more sail or to think qt resistance The enemy carried a crew of thirty men and mounted tour guns VVell Nancy said Captain Israel we hn1I lose the bark and go to prison ajmUtaall your doiaX Israef Jones dont you holler before f1re hit she replied nsilJo Jl1ld tl spyglass now will the otfl cer come aboard o In this light wind and smooth sea that craft will probably run right alongside 5On which aide will she come To Jecwardo course Whl t ort pit a notion haw you gottInto your head f r4 gdod dcalofunguo Youve got n hundred pounds of Scotch snuff in iio 9t them cnpy sfnter6oma Tin ffrst thing fo do Is to get It out on dicl- aTso wuntnflfbeola Qnd pans irid- ettlesjijn3i flieeouka galleyI lsOAOue aboard 4Jiq bark knew Jjust tlClibl1ct1njjl ccI ind the irongjijal stuff poured ijeucia placed aJeD tkeJleqslde- TIiomeii IntoI weresttl at workwben tb aveJi Nancy Jones up fptp the ivlnd Then jibe cutter began mlij euvpjipg JeSt drop jlo1Jde to 1eewrdUudeL the Iire- ctonof UlwomaLwho mmenrided lPmrntr fPW1 Is caii13l srl n i ecbl4JVknged themselves along tho bulwarks jfed Rtvtbelast moment Kancy wo- ktliatl of the biggest dJslotalJAfI 1 tbtcrt came slowlyJuJBrig u wit wcrewOn deck the woman uletI tq her mont rJZfofc ypif eat watch me and do as- 4b IAidiifiiil ulve em such a ijufltln ee n they never beard Of before NoV iltogctherl PgThei potter was only t fet away rapptekbt uXist alrRn4 Iro ll to Usa 4 her example 1ot edI by a Tbewndr1 e er tr t t tht atro aaat aere tbt e jOt cetter DItatcbe jaWTittit abeuiktfrosl stein to ertrji tr ar1port Jn an Ih tint every Wn QfJt1 nglla- liininI e r SlZdcdceuaTiu 2F t PAINES EI1S f COMPOUND I Hjs llade people WeUWlen Every Other Remedy HiS Failed diseaseItlisal nndbappilaincs CdetyCompouncl Jtiib and bufldstup the nervouIystem a nothhig- cn do j it isfprt njinejilly the great life givn ancibeahiximilcer Overworked and tired ronieTi fand In ur toitake advantage pi the remarkable power of this best of medicine tprjcstoring vigor to the mfTheaUimportantand ryQnSSteDanqnerves it insures sound refreshing sleep In every case of sickness Tafnei Celery Corn bringsbackmore Ohio saved by Paines Celery Compound gratefuJJ1writesI suffered for eight years with nervous prostration and the gencrat debility common ckJhseveral remedies and consulted several of heatphysicians Without obtaining any relief mctoheif also want to sy to nIl mothers that Compoundisup1endldmcdiciriefodheif Diamond IIi DyesI Fee 11 eatB Ui ner C101hC3ILL Direction book and U IDIASIOND BurnngtonVt sneezing and as uclpless cilt oUua- uiiandand fOOt TCie crew xjf the Kaney ifpnos could have captured the whole outfit without striking a blow 1uttthIt hdd not been fncIudedln Nancys plJim trgedtonb Captuln Israel they swung her yarils tail got her on her coeree iiM the bscgnif freshened us Jl 1 SIJffUll with her eftrta She woe notprrae- dhoer IwxS the oScfers jfsM uien tif the cuttthere calll ost it bt t rtJeftS4j probably a tiI- eotbemoLldW iT see AfI lQftwtl1eloyli tnlt urIhumt rnr itheetett1E- with fttrthe Wteiitnctf tiscy3oi1csrr1rci at her hQe jet and Jtirdirig8 ewaa the Veritable Goddess crt L1- berb be Wdou1dn tilnVflt lidOvei- cIIirbf Jut whstt M n r Jii tusi boulT Bhtrcp11 d ft aiIsk2eJJthat If istnslil4nil ibt uJ m11 them BrLtlsera bar purtyamSrCIsrdel r nbd ill ot tfie 4flen are ioq easy olirv JgbQt we iranti more iiT6men aboard oftoi r hps andjUfpi l one am golarkeep right on sailin and lettln ngQedrgp know the difference Jbetween gpplct isass and a tvpiqaij who wont stand thlngi np ldncertf S fNot1ADJ Uehtnd Jr4f1rianwhorore the colonel ova to ClImaxvlHe f om Baldwin Station N D seemed tb be SQtl1UotgQthnl t hewasjflnally a ked how hirwasrget tlnff along thQiiew state 40bi so so Jjc replied with S Wink There are two brothers cif na here W e dldnt come OTittoTjrjulrapd starve bntfto make money Sly brother John ilves next o eTbe tfirst thing he did was to stealra whole county of land and sell her oft In lots to Suit HcssljiOOQp ahead of this glorious Oldl westi JOhn sand stllLgalnm oil IL Your brother John te 0yldently uSberl observed the colonl- Youbrjtbe Is no fllca u John d ndlrnwabout you Dont make tiny mistake about me TIn first thing I did was fo get elected county treasurer and gobbjeeyery lastt cent in the boX atjd If things goSlghtt dunn tlc next two weeks Ill Steal twclfe mites of that river nn lHhtl- Cur 1000 n mile Tnke mq an qias pioneer pilgrimS and weve iothta- In pertickler to complain of Time Vaa Not Object A shrewd old farmer named Undo Harvey was approached by a bright breezy young man who was selling cubators Tiie Green Bag which tolls the story says that the saiesmamgave Uncle harvey the usual eloqifcntargnr1 mcnta there WnC not another such ln cubator to be tfpundvthet prices ettj remarkably low null so on Uncld Harvctd1Ilnot respond Thej nnt1imcubators 3fou dont seem to appreciate these Jthf Nonld UndO Harvey AY Buy 3twU1l at tho time ttiey willIi iBavep I t tHnrvej gavo hum tine co d Itodltl ilbdsaW Vhat do you suppose r carSti tozjLbeia time Kad l Dyspepsia Curc- Digstswhat t you eat This preparation coptalns All ot tnet ttlatJ to cure 1tallows you to eat all tto 16od you jrancrTha njbsiseasltive an1if cqre art tcver1tllpgclS laUea 1 t prevents JormatlonotgaaonriU atom ach relieving all distressl after eatln- DlotlngutTneceuaryldasantto ta Itthe1 ktdyuiiI 1ie1ll rea bvEa iaWivrQoOMIc ri LbQetentaluza tiwuthe5ks- rF teach 1014 1DJdtttoai CIrsrsvois oil TatentlgL 7cr fret IIookf i 1an TR1UEllktID f 1 EQpPosite1LsPnteritQcsi 7 IiliJ1IY tp lC L cahsth ba secur viatil i4i a1talll 1m8 Ricby got- atub4cspermanenteiir4MTS via lt freet St 1l Thebeit IIdMn- nrslan TU ach mon l bktOcaobei Itor onc ytfckctst flail the OneWayRatejIi t2117to tt adtriP dc tetsj ne fare PIUS l2ooiY eAr nsas LoulsJan 1exal ot Mtt I Write for particulars and cost of y W = a 4- JSdc1r rw4rmtlaO COBnectlODSorau Lra ri- I 3 SCWAZZR 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