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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r kjj 11- Liw f i- irii 9 Tilt NEW8LEIDER t- c tV t Afy 1 1 of 11 i i P ff f fioikIIm G i v IIfl t VA I I r JIO r Serici Vol X No12 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 19 1903 1OOAAfl JRTONCOdDERTAKERS wfi EMBALMERS I CMTT HIi toekall khiz of Funera PHONE 53 it OUR DIRECTORY aPxixcFIIr4fl county ieat of ifiMhij itttoaConty52 Jailes couiHt But el exiBfcton 59 miles from I f MtkrUU o BardBtovrn branch ol I witriUeMi WJwhrille rallroadin Iff1IIK Zd agricultural district Tsuks telegrapui and telephone 1 Is tprrs1ice sour mills lumber yMs Patio 1100 population oft lHtity 1s XrtaUve lit Congress Hon D JL 8itk HodKcnville Ky KepretaUe is XcutuckLeJti- st lteIH G A Dohonejr rZSfCICttiYC la State Senate Hon a Jlu7ar Ca ifbelUrUle KT ctyllrectory ttcaCUlr COURT Circ tColtrtbcginsathciou tb Itootef iFe maryMajr and Octoi i W C S FatteK Judge jrHSweeBey CoMmonvrealth Al ZMMC7 J1 It Campbell OlerfcT tt Te A Medley JCaater Commlss v QUWZRIX COURT UrtcilYCo1ort is held on IbethJrd jCimiayl ieack aiontfi II ti LiUey Jud e CdUNTY COURT C tyCo rie on the fourth M 4ayia e ich the l1 Wtsey Jadgfc 1TJP Booker County Clerk t Ti 8 Mayev County Attorneyi JeCatleUJautr 3yro Crake Sheriff JRicliardtskam f SWaey Osbornei fRjH Jt llicant DeputIes d MjUtera James T Moore County Snryeyor e J I Rdyalty Atsesson r POBryan Deputy 1te1tUtHecTr surer J MMeatt ery Coroner JfIW Basb Supt of Common t tJN oil PO Springfield t CITY COURr5I e James LNoe Police Judge JTekaGraee Marshal 4 f D ClaybrookeCity Attorney I COURTJUSTICE JnsticeOurts keld iu Januar i ycil July a d October Clwrch Directory APT TCHURCHI JteT Georee Dosglas Pastor Ser Asncrr16staat 11 am and 730 W 1pSvaday Sckoolat 830 Prayer Miit oaWedaesday night at 130I METHODIST CHURCHf JtaT J D Ward Pastor Services Ml theYlxtandThIrd Suudays in eac- htat11aaiand73O p m Sun- j4s fcUool eT ry iSunday at 10 am fnj9t J etiHr every Wednesday iitiJ J J tCATHOWC CHURCH Rev P F Henneway Pastor Ser VUMty ry S nday ai 8 and 10 oclock aIm cyici alStRosesame hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev j1 FeUXi Pastor Service t JMW dGl fotrlk Sunday ID each- ZISBYTERIA1t OHURCH yG A Strickland pastor Preblc v7 Saaday ai 11 am r Hat1 pt iay school every sy M 10 LW Prayer meeting Ir r tlntat7 6clock traI Ordrs1- tt QJ1CLoDc fpri lodgi xi iae te second Moudayineach ik UraakufffatiBl 0 ClapUr11o S tr ry third Monday IprtiNcfteM OnacU So 52 meets oi sTaANt IfjeAaeiaay la each month i Iritiji Srr7tfcl g idattheaam when it jtiMte WitehHaael lalyeccWkt AJC of CbIca discovered yora ago how to make a Salve iraM rifch Hud that l1laspecUic ter jrtHH Pr Vliw bleeding itching rjwvtnMKttc pike ccMma cuts and fnin atKalI skin disease I tti klvt kasteuqiial T411 r wfctkle s counter A IDsWKtt ttsegenulUe 4g J Hay iil drf store If lti a ttniouwatUck take Chaai t rlain to aodLiref TabjLetC 0r ale aiHaydoai drug store rB iNwWHW WW mwro ft ROUND Of TalK B OnnnAftftnnnftftAftnnnft ftftftftftnnn nftftn It Is Coming By Blue a Bard When the little weeds and grasses Thrust their beads above the ground And Jbo farmer burns his ptantbeds Spring is surety hovering round j When hunt tip last yearns tackle Count om poles and lines all oer It may not be exactly springtime But its hovering round the door When we feel that fellow feeling As if All the world were good Tis the near apprQach of eprnigtirne Planting flowers lin the wood As the flowery host advances Sullen winter before them flies Like the money from the pocket Of men who do not advertise UILDING Although last year was an exceptionally prosperous one for the town asI regards building and public im provements the coming summer season promises to be a very ac tive one in that line and there are busy times ahead for the contractor and the carpenter and the brick mason Work will be gin immediately on the new Ma sonic building on Main street and it will be rapidly pushed to completion This will be a good substantial structure of brick and atone andwill be quite anaddiI ion to the business part of the town The lower floor will be used for the Post Office and wili be commodious and fitted outj withall conveniences The most Important building and the most costly in the town with the exception of the Hotel Wal ton5 will be the new graded school building Architect Mc Donald of Louisville has been contracted with to complete thell plans and it is to be hoped to have the building complete andI ready for occupancy by the time for the opening of the school session Besides these public buildings the erection of a num ber of residences is contemplated by varjous citizens 1 a f4 IcmEDLieutIc with the U S Army in theI Phillipines is either on his way with his regiment back to this country or will be in a few days A press dispatch from Ft Meadc S D which appeared the other day stated that the Thirteenth Infantry which has been station ed at that point bad sailed for Manila to take thd place of the Sixth Cavalry which had sailed for San Francisco The Sixth Cavalry is Lieut Reeds regiment and it will bo stationed at Ift Mead after returning to this country Mr TW Reed of this place father of Will Reed re ceived a letter from bis son a few days ago in which he stated that his regiment would sail on April first so in any event he will again be on native soil in the course of six weeks or tO months A particularly sad feature in the home coning of Will Reed will be wnen he learns of the death of his mother newsIof the death of Mrs Reed to her oldier son will not reach him before he sails and probably the first information he will get will be after landing iin San Francisco ANDIDATES The St ateIDemocratic Primary will tainy have the effect of making the various candidates get about some and put some of their money in circulation while be coming acquainted with the great common people The good citizens and democratic countyrdistinIguisbed Ihaa for many days and candidates cards and pictures areasI andlcommon on telephone poles at crossroad stores as horse andl Jjack bills m the spring of the year Fortunately however the average candidates stay at one place is necessarily limitedi aofl is not of tefi that the public iscE1led upon to Ilsteifto an adi dtes on thpub1icndpolthca- 1sUs 1 oZtEiaday Occas1onali r however when QflPI1iS good liTCol Dill 1atpecc1imakin comes along J aucidnce but on primary candidate if only able tp touch lightly iu LX the high places and the voter has onlyjt flying meeting with him and as for th floater it seems that he iis noiiii touch at all it 113 ONDS The Trustees ara preparing to issue the 14000 bonds of the Springfield Graded School district immediately and as there has already been a good deal of inquiry from prospective purchasers of the bonds no trouble is anticipated about disposing of them to advan tage The Secretary of School Board will receive sealed privare opcnedIongo thehighest and best bidder The bonds will be dated May 1st 1903 and due in twenty years after date and bear inter est at the rate of four or five per cent payable semi annuahy Tracdy AvrEed1 Just in tho nick oftime our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Q Pneumonia had play ed sad havoc with him end a terrible cougji set ia besde Doctors treated him but he grew Worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery and our darling was saved He is nowvsoundand well Every body ought to know its the only sure cure fercCoufths Colds and all lung diseases Guaranteed by U J Haydon Price 50 cts and 1 Trial bottles free Persons with weak luugs or chronic long affections who have been treat ed by the family physician without getting relief should try Dr Classes Cough Sjrup Tney will flndjthe effect differcut from anymedicine they haye ever taken it is the qteatest lung healinp remedy khoAn For sale by Wood and Campbell Mefnl Mm For a loug time the 2 year old child of Mr P L McPherson of so N Tenth Ht Harrisburg Pa would Irep 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 EMc her half a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets wnich quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night Sheis now well and roirg For sale by Hay onrA Popular Auctioneer Probably there a very few of our readers who at first glance at the accompanying picture w recognize in it the classic fatures of Col REWhaynethe auctioneer of his county who has long been a familiar character on the streets of Springfield Lebanon and other towns on county court other public days where heaudI extollIingof a yearling steer which is about to be sold at a bargain The Colonel being strictly a man of the people and a worker without any aspirations to pose as a dude rarely appears in a dressed up- costipie but on the occasion of the tilling of this picture he was on a kind of holiday and ap peared In his best though not most familiar clothes Col Whayne is probably known to and knows as many men in Washington and adjoining coun ties as any other one man and always has a scheme for the turning of an honest penny Mr I N Snow an old and wcl kuo merchant of Jackson Mo says bladderland kidhey trouble for years Whilei I haye not lost any time trom my bus ness it was an exertion to attevd to it I lad no appetite and Mas posing flesh I did tnt feel sick bnt had no ambit on and energy I began using GAYUBA and continued till I had taken 6 bottles and now I feel like new man I have gained 10 pouuds and feel bright ndnctiverSold by Wood Campbell fiaQrJflflafflj Lus Yteld rapidly to the wonderful curative powers of F ieysHoney and Tat It prevents pneumonia and cohaum ption from a ha rd cold settled on the lungs S Wood Campbell SERIOUS ACCIDENTff A Load of Tobacco Wagon Horses and All Sunk Out of Slghtl A accident that resulted inn serious pecuniary loss to a poor hardpresscd tobacco grower and whirh came near resulting in the loss of a human life is reported to have occurred on one of our county turnpikes one day lasT week The particular3 which have been gathered from various sources more or less reliable are about as follows Mr Weed Grower is a hard working and industrious tobacco raiser of the northern part of the county He like every other tobacco man who is a success toils early and late and in all kihds of weather to get his plants out to wage war on the persistent and de structive tobacco worm and to get his crop safely housed Mr Weed is moreover a good citizen who has paid his taxes without a grumble a portion of which he understands is to go towards keeping the turnpikes of the county in repair In this latter propositfoW Mr Grower is especially interested for he has contracted to deliver his crop of tobacco to the warehouse of the Continental Tobacco Co at Springfield and he wants a good road over which to travel At last when ho has stripped and bulked his tobacco down he and his boys get out the best wagon and see that everything is in readiness for the trip to town The best team of horses is brought out and the tobacco carefully loaded So busy has our worthy friend been with his work for several months that he has not had occasion to travel the turnpike which passes his home for any distance but he does not doubt the ability of his faithful team tc haul safely to its destina tion the precious load which represents a year of toil and means everything to himself and family The start is made and as our toilworn friend cracks his whip over tho backs othis faithful bays visions of happiness at his humble home which will be occa sioned by a few little comforts and luxuries v hich he purposes to purchase with the proceeds from the sale of his tobacco when he has reached his desti nation The day dream of Mr Weed Grower however was des tined to bemost rudely and cruelly broken He had not counted on the pitfalls At a point only a couple of miles out from the county eat the horses stepped into an innocent looking mud puddle in the middle ot the road They began to flounder the wagon with its heavy load suddenly lurched forward into tho abyss With great presence of mind Mr Grower swam for tbe top and manngcd to scramble out Tne mud and water silently closed over the wagon and team and also over the unfortunate mans hopes and happiness The latest report about Mr Wee Grower is that he is look ing for a county where a system of road repairing iis carfied on Couhh Settled OJ Her LUllS My daughter had a terrible cough which sattled on her rungs says N Jackson of Danville We tried a great many remedies without relief until we gave her Folevs Honey and rar which cured fier Boid by Wood and Campbell A RemarKable Casc One of the most remarkable cases ef a cold deep sealed ou the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gartrndt Fenncr Marion lud who was entirely rdbY the use of One Miu ute Cough Cure She Bays The couen lug and straining so weakened mc I jun down in weight from 153 to 92 ibsr I trIed a number 01 remedies to np avail till hued ouc Minute Ceagji Cure Four bottles of this woidcrrut remedy euced me of the cough an l strengthenedmy lungs and restored me to my uorma health and strength For sale at C J Haydons drug store Meys Honey and Tar Cures coughs and colds Cures bronchitis and asthma Cures croup u4 whoopig cough Cures hoarsbness and brpnchiolrrouble Oures pneumonia and grippe Sold by Wood Campbell Boils cuts old sores of any desctip fion wonridsi cuts or brnises to in sure a speedy cure DrUOIASSpJ GERMAN PENETRATING WNEr f M NTsheuidbe used Sold at Hay don dri1g1tO1Cs High Priced Fish Judge Nun n delivered an opin ion in the Court of Appeals one day this week affirming wth damage the judgement of the Hardin Circuit Court in he case of the Stephcnsburg Lake Co vs I C R R Co It will be remembered that in June 1901 a wreck occurred near Stephens burg rand that oil and molasses from tanks and cars of the road ran ino the lake killing about 20000 pounds of fish H D Glasscock and thirty others con stituting the Stepbensburg Lake Co brought suit in the Hardin Circuit Court through their at torneys Spriggand Chelf in the same year and obtained a judge went for 750 The aflirraaMon of the Court of Appeals this week meets with tho approba tion of the people in the Steph ensburg vicinity an 1 is quite a victory for Sprigg Chelf ETown News for Circuit Judge JUDGE CHARLES PATTESON He is the present Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial District and is a candidate for reelection subject to the Democratic Primary Saturday June 6 1903 A Pen Picture of Morgan Sitting within ten feet of MrI J Pierpont Morganat the Ohio Club banquet at the WaldorfAs toria I could not heip thinking of the power represented in that one fist when he struck the table with his hand in approving ap plause His short cropped gray hair sprrkling dark eyes shag gy brow and his bulldog mouth gently spaded by a dark mustache jthere was a man of interna tional renown and power and perhaps one of the greatest financiers the world has ever kn wn Mr Morgan has a way of gripping the big black Mexi can cigar which he smokes no banquet brand for him rolling it around In his mouthblowing- out the smoke with the force ol a locomotive grasping it between first and second fingerseven in the repose of the banquet hall These are some of the minute mannerisms which mark the man who plaxs for any stake short ofI the universe His keen eyes fol lowed the speakers and his smile in a nod of recognition to a friend was fascinating On each of his om all fingers he wot e a seal ring His necktie was a simple white one over the stand up white winged collar In his buttonhole a crysanthemum AlLey all a primitive man in his tastes and manners but dynamic in eyery move and gesture From the National Magazine Remarkable Stit wor of- 1856 It 53 an absolute fact that it rained knitting needles herein the year 1856at least no one thoirlpresence Health For 25 years I have never missed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla every spring It cleanses my blood makes me feel strong and does me good In every way John P Hodnette Brooklyn NY Pure and rich blood carries neW life to every part of thebbdyYoul areinvigorated You feela omtobeac- tiveYQU be om strong steadyCoufageousThats what Ayers Sarsapirilla I will do for you iabsttie we k jour doctor 1thaUle tfclnlu otAywfj Sarsaparilla lie boWl abouUhlI grand famnr medIcine FoUow adnoe all behz 90 Lowell Xui the phonomenon lis that they were found only in the eight acre lot on Factory street where the ice factory and lumber yard are now located During the night a heavy wind andrain st rm passed and in themortiing it was discovered that the lot was literally covered with thou sands of needles stuck slantwise in the ground Many people vi sited the scene the next day coming from all parts of the county and nearly ever rnecar ried away a handful of needles which in thatday were aneccu nary adjunct In every household Judge Card well who was then a small boy tells us that the morn ing after the shower his neigh bor and chum Dallas Chinn came over to tell him of the wonder ful thing that had happ ned and they both hurried to the lot and got an armful of them and after ward wore socks knitted with them Harrodaburg Herald Cods Arc Dangerous How often do you heat It remarked ilts only a cold and a few days lutcr learn that the person iS ion his back of pneumonia This is of such common occurance that a cold however slight should not be neglected Chamberlains Cough Remedy counteracts anyI tendency towards pneumouia It al ways cures and is pleasant to take For sale at Haydon s drug Itore PDenuniaMows a Gold But neverfollowa the use of Foleys Heney and Tar It stops the cough hals the lungs and affords perfect security from an attack ot pneumonia Refuce substitutes Sold Wood i aid anipbel Lebanon Locals From the Eqterpriso Mrs Bettie Irvine diedat the i home of her sister Miss Flora Hood in this city shortly after 1 oclock last Friday morning March 6 1903 Deceased was the daughter of the late Mrs Ann Hood and was a cultured refin ed lady PaL more that six months she had been suffering from a complication of diseases and death came as a relief to her sdflenng In the early 70s she was united in marriage to Mr I Shelby Irvine one of Richmonds most prominent business men who survives her James Wathen 76 years old who lived with his son on theI old Cletn Hill farm near Sulphur Springs died suddenly Monday of this week Accompanied by two little granddaughters hd had gone to the woods to cut engagcdIwood he fell to the ground never to rise again When his son reached him life was extinct and death had probably been instan taneous with the tall He hadI been subject to smothering spells for some time The coroners jury returned a verdict that his death was due to heart failure Dr R T Hodgen mot with a painful accident Thursday afterI noon of last weelr Which has kept him confined lo his home since then While returning from the farm of his son Mr Marion Hodgen on the Brad fordsville pike his horse became unmanageable and ran off over turning the buggy The doctoi became entangled in the vehicle and was dragged some distance before he was able to extricate himself He was considerably bruised but no bones were brok eQJand bis many friends hope tosee him out again soon Mr C B Johnson the well known hardware dealer of this city filed a deed of assignment in the County Clerks office on Tuesday Mr John McQhord is the assignee The liabilities ate in the neighborhood of 12000 while tho assets are probably half that amount The assign ment came as quite a surprise to the people of Lebanon who had no reason to believe otherwise than thatMr Johnson was doing a thrivingand profitable business He has been ifr the hardware business for many years and was thoroughly familiaf ith every detail of thebushess He was a public spirited citizen and took an active interest in every ques tipn of public benefit Hehas a host of friends who deei1yre- gret his misfortune andhope that he may soon experience a chaxige otbttter lack agrippe cqughsr yield quickly to the uratlye powers of Foicys Honey and Tar There isn pthing just as good Sold by Wood Campb lL CARDWOL A Breezy Letter from lhe Little Town In the Big North Seeing nothing in your paper from this place I thought it miglit escape the waste basket should I send yona few lines While we are situated in thp ex treme north et p rtoltho county twenty miles from Spring field and al tor we leave our pike it is almost impossible for us to get to Springfield without being stuck in the mudj twe are proud of our citizenship and feel to boast of being a humble pat of the great county that bears the name of the Father of Our Country Washington but when wo think of our possibilities owing to our great advantages the Christian intellectual char octer of our citizens the fertility of our soil with the many naturall blessings of the great Creator of the Universe we must acknow ledge us unfaithful stewards Let us remove the reproach byI arising in our might repairing our pikes building new ones placing good bridges across our creeks and rivers and manyother things we might mention for the general upbuilding 9ttbe county In order todQ these things first we must have an easy and ipen communi at tWjthone another and take ahi iinterest in public affairs ondL all pull to gether in the strugglel bc relig ous moral social and commercial advancement we Surely son Would take our proper place at the head of the advancing col umn But should we continue in the same course we have been going for some time taking no interes in our county none in pur county roads no interest in our county paper soon we will have no law no tpa sourbest citizens will sell out and go elsewhere Then burscnpols and churches will go dvwn our landsawiU de crease in value and the language will be fulfilled in us Fromhra that hath not even lhat which he hath shall be ttaken away Without casting any reproach upon others wedosay our pike here is kept in better condition with only the 20 per mile than others that are allowed 6OIt does seem thatGQ por milcought to fill upa few mud holes at laast Our suggestion would he to go back to the overseec sys tern get a business man as over seer make him give bond for the fulfillment of duty pay hint for his time and let him execute the work with the same business sense and economy as he does his work on his own farm JI this was done I believe the tmat ter would be settled E WS ItWHis Iffi P BV Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six inonthsiffith a frightful running sore on his leg but writ that Bucklens Arnica Salve wtipily ditin five days For UJcerg Wounds Piles its tile only sajvs in the world Cure guaranteed For asle at Baydpns drng store dllMain The many friends of John Blount Trill be oleascd to learn thatnc has entirely recovered from his attack rOf rheumatism Chamberlains Pain Balm cared hlm afilec the best doctors Intrie tpWfl Mbnqh ilnd failed to give relief iHiproiript relief from pain Is alcuel worth threcAtlmes the cost For sale at Haydons drug store flh11rrf rPuenmonTar A colt at thisi timef ueilecfedjsj liableto caus pucutSouia which iis so often fatal stud oven when tne patient Is recovered thcrlungsr are weakened making them sUsceptible to the de velbpemerjtof consumptioni Foleys Honey and Tar wijf stop thi cbuph heal the Jungs and preYeutpnenraqnia Sold bv Wood and Campbell Played With Abe Lincoln Louisville Times GaptJohn H Weller returned toda r from fEdmonson county Ky where he aticitdcd the funeraU ofhis uncle William F E Rue iged ninetyfour years o Kentucky pioneerMr LaRue was born In LaRue county ottNqlyriri creek and was a playmate of Abraham Lindoin His family settled In Kentucky in 1784 and has lived there cqntinuousl Mr LaBue wi a lifelong member of the Baptist church and wat baptjsad Lu that faith in 1828 The re mainSwere IprrQdintbeil8ut 4r THEOLD RELIAIFIX t tf L iiHSPOWDER Absol Wjftrs 7iIEREIssuI3TITLiT lJGrove churchyard even milt from Rocky Hill Edmonsoa asattendQdbylargeIC LaRue had llivod in Edraonson county for hat acenltuy t He nocbiJdrencity isalsoi a relative iL REAlliijiGll1 4 TWonIdSDDs I Tfi Stort loi tw itiii-s thiill11i f To use an I8th century phrase this fiS ap oer tMe story UayIni1rpt a led in a small Virginta tows iii thel winter of 1902jitisa story er1s1ulcli of the present up to a shodiae agOMr4John E HarDonof MeJia Station Va had no knywledge QI the rare curative powers ef Chamberlaia Cough Remedy Ijaat January she says my baby too a dredfht cold and at one time I feared she weula have pneumonia but t my neighbors to1de t how this rdmedy bad cured her little boy and I ijgaaiyinit to my baby and it soon aired her SJ lrI a thank the m manufacturers of Cham beriains Cough Remedy for placing sqgreat acnre withia ray reech 1 exa fwrit and iSi convinced For salelafeoi If Haydonsdrujr store v The best pill neath the sIrs and strioea It cleanses the systepi aid ieyej gripes ff repsitAskstltutei A small pill easy toburi easy to tate j and easy to act but never faiUng in ril suits DcWitts Little Early Risers aro etbe s creU psaridact as A tonicto the liver curing permanently For sale at CXJ HaydonBdrug toref f Horse Dropped 1 iltItorA rather unusual accident oW cured to Mr John Smith ni Eric Carrjco on the 9th Th y were returning to Fredericktdwa from this placer and were fb i miles from home whelMho hoo tberwere driving dropped su l thinly and instantly died The buggy was upset but neither of the occupants were injurJKL The horse Wasa valuablepiif and belonged fo Mr emitlh Just after the accident QharlW I Willett a prominent ifadre thfs county came up on ho Back and iiIerickstown i i t FipvLih J From the latest infpraiatioa obtainable the Cuniberlanji ypll Line is compTetedabput9C jlout rom Somersst leaving aEofrt 18 miles of constcactton i Licking River yet to flniali l 1iMiI about 75 miles have be3xw0 pleted Thf roblitiopipe line constru lion 3fjfo Cooper to theCuniiberlaitd 1i dilring the next Iewrap tb are fa irJbut this is etlfcrgeljl dk pendent upon the diacovetHw whih may bemade btthe dtttk The extenfcof oil Si pfintoit MCumberland may hat to J shown up before thii ji m hoped for line ts ci6n r4Drills are at ot1ttc ijithere sQeis lhttiedou4 th mmds o ldJerfo ibMihit Yt tihury tb corps u Mfconditions aro f Vfirablt ersefc Journalt Tikimrta ti Eight koeiby tkos t1rekHs ei- UoIars n Ili sNe PIdi Mt aiwayt ml worAtii eeddaycriigidiNtioIj1Wi4e4ut Heaftaobe and all stomach liver and bw I troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 3cts a I x r NEWS LEADER PVUIZD ZVZ- YJ THURSDAY si A YEAR INADVA 1- fr PING1IELD KY I IqALT1 l EDITOR ASD POSMSDER Lg1- kl Local or bv lnes notices 10 cents pc II jgon canaiaalci anji political matter vents per line V oji work U dona at Jw rates bet cash 444 spaId on aellvcrjrof goods KrertlBlng contracts made on liberal tarlea and resolutions of respect 3 aiprlluo ILNOUiflE3T5 Ccty MagIstrateso 5 District Oflices j aHURSDAT MARCH 191903 ArFr Circuit Jitidge- jSS VJTearo authorized announce the J namo of I i v SJtJfRT SHUCK i WLfltht tniiCO of Circuit o Ydntb jtdctal 5ir ud a 1istrlchCcopcAit rthz conitieliOt j Marion Wior4niu aX Wn9hlng ton sibject to thi iu1tLi1t It nm i oaticJiart aWa are utborized ioan ounce tIle 4 ixianpof i pHSRLES PATETESON ia G Iacandidate for tho office of Circuit Judicial Judge of this the Eleventh tsff District ompotfed of the counties of IMariOn Taylor Green and Washing ton SUbject to the Democratic primary J i i Commonwealths AttoSaey 5 We are authorized to announCe- BEN SPALDI a candidate for the office of Corn moneaUhs Attorney for the llth Judicial distriet subject tot e action of the Democratic party primary clwtlon Jane 6 1903 k We axe authorized to announce HENRYS MCELROY for thettominafloni torag a candidate Commonwealths Attotney oMLe IHh Judfcial district subject to the acton or the pemocrat party i Wa ate authorized to announce It tj DURIIAIt of G fien county is a candidate for the offioaTjof Comm nwea1th Attorney subject to the action of the Damo cratlo party in this the Eleventh Judicial district composed of the counties of Washington Marion Tayjor andGrcen Primary Juno 6 1903 LL or Circuit Clerk- We are authorized to announce EW MB F M CAMPIJELrL s 4 5 a candldatef the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Washington county 4 5eubj ct to the Democratic Primary j 5FebruaTy 1903 if elected wilt be iHtedn the office by RobtNoe For Representative er Wearo authorized to annonhce Mr WILLIAM D OLAYBROOKE 1k iiL r a a oandldata for the Demo t craticr nomination for the office Representative in tho lower rot Kentucky Legislature from J house pt SJthl Was Jgton countyS t k i if pppars the an ntifllthLh r Judge Charles t Jv PaeD4 1 l 1t1ndldate be ttj Iorte theth r + n of u June 6 Il foiuthe IlulliLti tilt It for r 1t0 1 1 JuSge t4tflu Eleventh Judicial z district composed of the counties Of Washitgton M rionTavlor and Green Judge tatteson has Sbeen the judge of this district fOr two successiye terms and iis j ioo well known to the people of 1L this county tp needany intr duct r i presidedTtt f over the courts off this districtS r wiha fairnessand impartiality to ai and jKi5 decisions have stood the tests in the higher tSc piurts to a degree that stamps JFT him as a lawyer of ability and toundudgementi Judge vPattel OA has always had many frienast in Washington county who hay e a way of showing their friends iV for him in a substantial s manner when the time arrives and judging fipm the exprei fl stops reudinhis favor at this time there wilDae a strong hottt jSI i to xaUy for him at the approach 4 j li1jngcontot r It lmftt Scwi Ffiks t i so betold thcrithab ut 7 f Lion Coffee carectcntc04eesarethoSeIlaat factoryecpI1u e1 e 7sIi g Jr llaitoalUtiel 2 2A t rw1TTIOOW w oooo News Ffoni The ountyJ ci 1 pRfl in iiit cnt Peojii 1fuiE If tA tAil 01aR p elby jr Correspondent rto g t lratha Springs Mrs MathaMobleyandfaii- Iy lleffc for Indiana Jasfc vteok Avherotheyi expect to make their fiomev v r Dudley Jitbbley sold a mare for 70 j Richard Pinkston sold a horse to Jerome Browne for 90 Gus Johnson has mbvod to Ptllham to take charge of the store recently bought of Colvin Jenkins Co The firm namQ twill be Black Johnson Several of our farmers attend ed B F Colvins sale last Satur day The sale was largely at tended and everything sold well L W Jenkins bought a farm- and 20 head of cattle from Mer rittrFoster for 3100 Ifo1idayfpi4siJ9 w Ulcil stj tiUS O in a short time Silas Armstrong and Kara Deriinger stole a march on the old folks and went to Illinois a few days ago 11Johnson and wife visited relatives in Anderson county Sunday Ed Moore of Bloomfield visited friends and relatives here last vec151 George Derr was in Lawrence burg last Friday Owing to the wet weather there has been nothing done towards farming and should the weather continue unsettled much longer farmers will be in the hole Clay Hill of Kirkland caned on his best girl near Pulliam Sunday eve GartwrihIs iircbk Mud in the neighborhood is all tho go and our farmers are pa rading around with gloomy fades Born to the wife of Lee Smith 01 the 11th a tine boy Leo is al smiles Mr Albert Smith and wife were visiffog at Miss Fronia Medleys SumndayS Mrs J 13 Carrico spent last we Sk with her son J H Carrico near St Marys Mr Tom Blandford still continues very ill also F M Carri co and Frank Dowling are very sickSHenry Johnson a welltodo and prominent farmer of the neighborhood died last Thurs day night at half pst ten after a short illness of pneumotia He leaves a wifejind several children to mourn hs dt alhIMiss Mary BCurrko in snend inIiis week wMi ber roilier of Jarion county i bo hticlr tJse en WI s tins tto great attrition for v Smith leaving tee mud oil Miss Katie Badgette spent last week with Mss Nora Smith Preston Philips and Joseph Riney attended church at St Charles Sunday Willisburg Miss Ollie Gray of Polin has been the guest of Mrs Sellie Sutherland the past week Mrs A B Wells has returned home from Louisville where she has been visiting ber daughter Mrs J M Brown Mr Ed Birch and wire visited relatives at Boston last week Miss Judie Durrett has return ed to her home itt Bloomfield She was accompanied by her Isilter Mrs M W Hyatt Mr Merritt Foster has moved to his farm recently purchased of Hyatt Bros Dr M W Hyrlt basoccupied rooms at Mfs R A lI besDr W W Hyatt will move iiothe home of MrT W Reed this week We are glad to have the Doctor again in oui- midst W S Gibbs bought a rubber tire buggy bIB F Co via lavt Saturday for125 tl W Cheatham has closed a vary successful school at Rock bridge The pupils of the school wish tcexpcss their thanks thru fe c3h mn to +tei- iteachrfor 1Hfkl dness and aid in instruclfng them through ilulr studies and maybe always be a happy as ho has endea dtomake his pupils May joy Ql ever liii Y t 1 Mr 13 P CQlviniJIlc1- r i Lthisplaceina fewajfg DC Kalb III where he xiigs tto J M make hip future home Mrs James N cllvoy iis on thej sick list this weekT0 are glad Urreport TTncfeJoel Hyjtt better again also MrMerritt Hungate Miss Electra Cooksey off Bot land has c1osedr her school at this place Mr Rufus Foster and wife of Pulliam visitedi friends here Sanday Miss Mary Griner visited friends in Anderson county last wepkSMesdames A Mand C C Ferrilof Macuville visited Mrs James McllvoyJast Thursday Steve Colvin and son Tommy of your town were here Itl3t Sat urday Robt Sliewmaker and wife of Feitvvick wore in pwn last Saturday Miss Ma tie R4Igk nd broth 1i nli tiLs plaoo lt v Richard Scruggs and brother Everett left Monday morning for Chicago where they will engage in business B MackviHc MI J W Sauce our tanker spent Sunday last at home wiih his family in Harrodsburg James Grayes leaves this week for St Louis where he will up the silversmiths trade talceS few ropnths Prof Edwards went to Junc tion City Saturday to survey a tract of land- Jamesjsham was in Louisville last week purchasing his spring stock of goods Mrs I N Arnold aid children of Maud visited her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Lear last week Miss Blllie Lawson came up from Louisville to attend the la1ighterGraves wedding last week Dee Riley sold his dwelliug and 70 acres of land at thisplace to Mrs Sue Hay don at 50 per acre Possession given Jan 1 Dr W W Hyatt has recently sold his property here to Dr J Hopper of Beechland for1500 Dr Hyatt and family will remove to Willisburg where his aiany triends will be delighted to re ceive him back gain in their micUt Mr Marion Sweeuey wnsyeryI pr infully but not one day lat week While spliti ting some wood an iron wedge the1faceRev rioboi la appoint mitt to proacM t iiillsboro curdt on th f n11 ii QLLlwiiicn uccurrot last nesdjiy aficrnoon v hat of Mr T ESlaughter and Miss Mar garet Graves Tho ccrelco was performed by Rev E P Couch and was witnessed by many friends and datives ofr both parties The bride is one of our mosb popular young ladies while the groom is an energetic youngbusiness man of tile South Immediately after the ceremony they drove ty Salvisa where they were tendered a reccption by the gpooms sister before leaving for their Southern home May peace and happiness at Iced their footsteps all through life MQORESVILLE News is scarco at the present time Messrs P W Royalty and W H Keightly sold their farm to Messrs Sam and Ed Yocum of ncreeThe farm contains nearly 200 acres hisIfarm near he re to Mr James Truax containing about SCO acres Price unknown AAAAAAAA HrI Mr Dee CrpW hadl a sale last Saturday evejilrig Corn sold at 5Q cents in thociibhousebold and kitchen furniture brought fair prices S H Weekly auc tio eef Mr Crow will breakup housekeeping and will work for MrDL Humphrey this season s Mr Logan Shehan is quite ill of a complication of diseases due to old age Mrs Minnie Dotterl is also on thesick list Farmers aro getting behind- wiih their farm work on account of so much rainy weather Mr M L Troutman will re move to Maud from Booker yjisfe week 1 Owing to the weather thero was not a very large crowd outlast Sunday to hear Rev Burns preach at New Hope Baptist church Mrsl JM Wall hafe recovered von tHff LjlBrippe oOand a jfor t8tL Mrs James Montgomery visit ed her parents near Bardstown last week- Mr Basil M Cull visited his best girl near Maud last Satur day nightSMiss Kate Settle of Maud spent last Sunday with Miss Louise Settle Will Haydon left Monday for Monmouth 111 where he expect to make lis future home Mrs Etta Wof0rd and two sons and Luther ad Hallie Bobitt were the pleasant guests Of Mrs Susan Uoailey llost week Mr Owen Ellis of Woocllnwn visited his parents here Sunday Rev Wm Stallings will preach- at New Hope the tifth Sunday eyening in this month at3 oclock Mr A W Eddlemaa has been appointed Posfemastefcat Booker Mrs Will Sweeney and chil dren visited her mother Mrs busun Reed at Woodlawn last weekMrs Emerson Barlow and children of Woodiasn visited her parents Mr and Mrs Fivinlf Seaythis week Mrs Josie Settle and daugh tejr Miss Louise visited friends ill M ouibvillc a few days ast week Iiillsboro The farmers are all wearing long faces because ofso much ram 1Misses Dottie Godby and Ola Houtchens of Chaplin are visii lug the family of Z P Leach man Mr James Coulter and family span l Sunday with Mrs inn ScotSMr Georco Prather and wife SIrd Iut week vri their cons Ll fl 111 IItr dence of A Vednesday March llth Mr Erastus Del ringer and Miss Ellen Sutton May happiness ever be their6tt Mr Honry Reed and wife Mr Decatur Dr goo and wife and Mike Filzgeral and sister Miss Sallie attended the funeral bf their sister Mrs Mary HanrahAn at Bardstown last Thursday Mr3 Julio Loachman who Ii5s hen onthesick list for the pafet week is able to be out again Leslie Shewmaker madea Hying trip to Bloomfield Sunday Mr Tiin Wilson who has been sick for several weeks we are glad to say is bettor Thomas fJedger has returripd to his home at CornishviUe after a visit to his daughter Mrs Mary Clark Ben Mcllvby and wife spent burg Sunday with relatives at Willis EfV JA Sims who has been prearhing on the second Sunday hat changed his day to the first Lords day in each month at this paco A Union Sunday School Mill commence at this place the first Sunday in April tsst Relieves Instantly and Cures Quickly COLDS IN THE HEAD SORE THROAT 1 tswELUNOStI Prevents Pneumonia and Pleurisy ti w8 IT SOOTHES IT HEALS IT cURESIi AOl norrrrE rALraOODDmIaOxsTr1 t tt for Sale by C J Haydori Le ff Twiii4y mays Was MyLlfe s 0mit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr MileiVHfeart Cure CuredNeO- npersan in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a veftk heart will easily becoms a dbeitedf heart A little extra strain from Any cause is sufficient to this deadly malady the most briniotlt of sudden death Dr Miles Heart tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation fMytrol1bl began with catatrhnnd I have always supposed it caused the trouble I have experienced with soy heart I had the usual symptoms sleeplessness lost appetite stipation palpitation of the heart shortness of breath and pain around the heart and un der left ann My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so revcreiy and became so weak that my doctors said I could not live thirty days At this time Iad not slept over two hours a night on account ofnervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering of the heart so severe that I would have to give up everything and rest Nerve and Liver Tills cured me cf constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am In better health than I have been btwehe years and I thank Dr Miles Remedies forit I think they are the grandest remedies on earth and Iam constantly recommending them to my friends MRS L J CANTRELL Waxahachie An druggists sell and cuarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co ElUhart Ind r Oscar Shaw ranker has returned trom Louisvilc wheio lo has been for tho past two weeks John Baker is tIc guest of bis brother Richard Baker near Fen wick Mr Thomas Sutherland ill erect a new dwelling in the near future Lurking Dean spent Sunday with John Armstropg 7 Pleasant Hill I Born to the wife of Erastus Warner a girl Charlie Cornish and wife spent Saturday night with Abraham Rays and family Miss Nora Parrotb of near Bardstown who has been visiting relatives here will return home this weekIA good man v young men of this community have emigrated to Illinois this spring Mrs Martha Moberly and family lett last week for Indiana where they expect to mike their future home Iryin Royalty of Cardwell has returned home from Washington where he had been for sometime On his way home he was robbed qf about 180 The Durr LJros have bought 30 barrels of corn from George Kay sat 250 per bbl There Iras been so much bad weatHer that there has been little farming dose in this vicini ty The UncTirlor western editor jiiy tLi trUule 1o n typo which hja not fiir sLaro ol song nnd storyuTIIl 1einIor rlp sPlits till most congenial blr henrt typo of our counnonvi ihii Its nanip while hold in publto Oorlviori bj a host of people will always romnir closely Interwoven in till history of pioneer life He It WitS who pushcd out Into tho Wild nUll voclly west at n time when till buffalo Indians nnd coyote were lords of till prairies nth l 1ii lIt efforts and uudor priva tion amwant led n hi rre life by converting vast areas ot the barren wilderness Into fertile lauds of peace and plenty Then without aid of tens nine piety to keep vlgli over his everyday nct this sturdy empire builder remained at his post blaring out the path of fume Iud introducing thrift nnd civilization In his wnke Like the cowboy he slowly passing Into his tory but his fame Is ns farrenchlng as ch Miration his name indelibly stamped on tile pages of history while the hum ble dugout with its original environ month will appear in scenic pictures tions above the footlights of future genera Mistakes seem to be necessary A man wlio cant show scars isnt mucb- of wnvlrlrttM r i tHit wi OlotiP Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble IKIdney trouble preys upon the mind dls and lessens ambition beauty vteor one Idls1ppC3r or are out of ItldJ h131becomeit is not afflicted for ates a too If uncommonI urlrie scalds the or If1when the reaches an age when it should be chttdIcontrol the passage It Is yet afflicted bed wetting depend It the the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the should tfe towards the treatment Of ubplcaaonttrouble thekidneyssupposeWornsn men are made mis erable itithJtdneyand bladder trouble remedyTheofSwampRootlsrug g1StSln tltrcent and dollar sizes You may have sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell neys that child neys tie flesh upon first step nomtsvswpvtttt ing all aooui It including many of thousands off testimonial letters received front sufferers curedi In writing Drf Kilmer UCO BlnghamtonNY bo sure and mention this paper To reacoMe1Thk xtiveBromoQqjnine Twsere M boxes sold fIx stl2 taontris This sgaatw a rtjti j tjtii iibJiaJjjJjib O 1 I I jijitIijOjH JjQiW iii v s ISThe FFarms jSMpp4ll I e Uk i t4IITQJVr J J t cF 3ATFLIrj J 1iMJAartt9lrn I THOMPSON 6BE1ENt t 1 Is the place to go with y nip l1 get your Supply of l tl 1 trl I Qtic iFIErLD SlZEDStj3fti n i I YMONIdforr t I t J bQ1 a1vu 1 ELLWOOD STEEL WREEECEE B f Our line of buggies for the Spiangito1Cltil tJ arrive and is more elaborate tna 1eei ti u l tt = I COAL in any Quantity at Lowest Pric Tkv sI iafTHOM SONdGRE NIt J oa9J I f SPRINPIEhDrKq 7iiJ1lU 1t se3 t n oo i t t ft Oft f Of f r tHJff tt f B e Liver Pills Thats what you need something to cure your biliousness and give you a good digestion Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure constipation and biliousness llaxativeZ5c druRfsbII BUCKINGHAMS DYEfortho WhiskersNI I lu en DrITILoa I NATIONAL PHANTOMS GHOSTS THAT HAUNT THE UNITEC STATES CAPITOL Story ol Specters That Stalk tr Maui Mlicn liar Ilnllu of Legisla Clots Are Cloonj rid ncirrieil nrf Told iy One of tUs Old Guurilj LUte most rcposiior s of good stories the ancient man wLo has spent dec ados as a guard In tIm capitol iu Wanh Ington diet not yield up the fullness of Ula uarratory rIches without n struggle Its unpleasant to be matte a uiocl of by the skeptical he protested Do you believe in ghosts young maui If answering In the affirulaiive be getsan interesting tate I do returned tie writer Well starting on the promise that you do believe to souse cLient in the supernatural I will admit you tclins confidence resumed the old guard and here goes for this authentic yarn of the spooks that haunt the nations capitolSIn the long monotonous watches of the night innumerable are the spooks hobgoblins amid the eerie vapory things which glide from the shadowy nooks and crannies cf tat intangible nowhere to people the capitals vast stretches of darkness Of course you know of the extraordinary acoustic freaks which obtain in ninny parts of the great building how a whisper a breathed word at onc particular point Is audible at another scores of feet dis taut Yes Now at night these qcous tic spirits simply go mad Wherq they by ifzry were pygmies they expand Into glaiit34iiid a whistle h suddensound a footfjjll resolves Itself Into a pan demonium SWeirdbeat upon the eardrums thelwntchincn as they pursue their lonely patrols through wemlng nines of cocrjdoj and theI the spooks the shrdos of nations great the astral bodlwi of those that oodIdignity some creeping humbly about in apologetic siieiRc some laughing horribleIThe old man paul to muse hDo you know U said breaking into his own reverie explosively Feb 231s a slate drcatlinl by many of the tblsImBIdied In the chamber ot the house of representatives now Statuary hall where the exact spot Is marked by a brass tablet Promplt y at mlduigh on every annlvemarj tf hg deaths the nppeariiIuguardsbavoseeiias I nnd I can refer you to many or them for afllrmatiqn of my assertions Once over the spot the shade Iboglna to gesticulate after the manner of n member addressing the house Then all of a sudden the flue face becomes distorted ttult ngotilzed the gracefully waving arms fall convulsively urttil down sinks the shade with till the movements of an expiring men Then tho phosphorescent glow fades tixvay nUll the ethereal efllry dissolves Rut nUhpugh Jpst sight of Its prcs once sKtlllvtnad kuowtrby tluj lnmp tQ1itfalsdiiaU JornllutStrangei tlsnh flue the fihbct pfy the ciiUii congress of 1846 whfch ap pears jn vlgorutts If fpsafft Wi hpf pry once hx awhile lhi ttUpLy liulltli old half of riztstttatjyislsipr- eviously hRve rjmark irmijlible bv t spirited are the tijjbaUonVrsptlt1t to the burs1lig poiiu jjf Vehttmwrce ate the siloiitstpoJllcsl Pro yoked ltYndoi lngThemi a mem tierof the capItol night waleu scverfcl lBl l THEWHEELERI- S f fin ar rh1LYPOOCan be Lockedat2g1t At t A Can open and close outside shuttel1Wltl1lltr trouble fto waitiiig for maiito pit them 41 in anybody can do this We will doit Can wash your windows without trouhle i Can tale out and lay away thipighuiter vuth expenseMust find them on sale at the mof1 Sprff Td Lumber Q f I4i t MrFlycomesf Srrl I The Red Stamp II 0 3if Mfl Speci8T NoficpTt f V i1 Alcollectorsof Red Rebate Stamps w1Itpij ecaTr r anylfhavetbeirsLaitpli e fh EXTRAS that Were ttl have been given away on Christ UGGmas Ibu extras vif1 be givejeppbrcjj5LA lhaudsemo Banqiv Ltiinp and RockerorCiupnb3r etI lL1MORiJ TRAJJ ftl li W l bE givorwa 1on Chrirzusi lfy Remember the merchants Whrlve for qEn Sttnfps affe fl II the leading merchants of Spfihgfielcl f tradel tCLA BIi06KE B McINTJtR 3iC I IICASH CSHAOERfBesrmT6wn I t I Y MAYES WOOD J 4ML1L ROBERTSON SEARY c tdM J Ask for teecf tasaa gt i liJ ititT fJr froct Cbrtntiias preseriis d remember you can get any thing with REDstamps ilt L i HT 111 Ja n lCTl1l 1 gun irf n frequentvisitor at the cailrtqlv Almost every alternatoiUlgl4 at ihilf rnUfcsntsenate comrtilftee on military nnl swljJgspcnIIt3ig city nway into the swalloTvinj gloom This Is n favorite phanfom wJththcj guards Its cordtict Is oJHMnpTarj Thon ats the shade 0f Wico i President Wilson who died in his morn Ip the jjenato end of thp apUoU ycu wilt recall ItS peregrinations are few and desultory Whop It Ioc3come there Is Always nn cxpressloii rcon cernnnd self nbs rpt 11ID the gbosiy taco The movemojUa lot the vavaii- bodyaro retIenndiiurrkd5 All of the elder members otihe night watch are wehIncqpaIndw1th- Vice President Wilsons apparition and never faU to Mlute It n1tbbUgh truth tp 101 tho shade remains JiaucUtilriin Si3 4 f AMERICAN I SILVER I 1 k TRUSL l IR11scvrs- W1irkcsK f l1li UGXZ- a fIM COOL W XeMiI1L Ripsk tyJl 11S1 Il Icssoi For bOJ flay don 1 ii s = eirarej3 falls t9 pp tq pn appeapiee uyhezi the bd3 6f trtdJ1eglsItorw5i tntesmdat t ntfialetint5lig in state In the capitol u Deep In the subcellar vaults spooks or lesser niagntuda revel bovesI- rnrncdimitCly benesititli 1itOt 1 resntatlvskoiy night Is to be round a tall erert ginitjt ptrwbostleMS tlly lirssrciualmtedit myst rydttytan in spikY oft iGfacoaslDgJeff8ftfaaath pttt ot thQ labbVAlch jQ uceer t1 t ftt9tens 4tapdjuq iclfip vbeiiiiji Its hn lfat beet ovulsIve ch 1tnndthc face evinces a condl Oon p pmoUpns prodlglQusl ll wrought upoo 1a11fattCmlbTC beezi made by guards with hibbei sols on Their phoes tocntcb this wraith unawares but a01Jfbfs rea hnvarIahlhPresul Presto It lidfsiown lmitoth1xiairo fore lhieslenttmingwstchinmsa rthmI forty feet of JtINln arkzPafll JI f4 18IfttomrtkJlamffia I want him tpje a phlialr t throplst flrI 5 Whytiere no momseyJntli4t 4 ipqt 7tl this pblhsurthtopfati tty bceaTeryCb ir Rl fsIs fljunsea asJorgetftt psr 4 iMore Se Wb that JI 1ftaai look u ll it th c1Tactoqiz inight before he goes houseiti ilciisessforj irau uflepstatlofwhf1ibiY tIJttfr 1i 7 lInto b i tWa1tJit Mr 5bir ft t f aulny 1 t yi rTDE1TISTr r In Bkb1EEJDKY Morktict1yfrstcIass H LAMf TON FLIOE Ta hOuSe c PJLl IOGK t f IUFIELD J KX- lt oj 10ih D rQlnbll rtSlo Hili f t bveYPop1e Deposit pmIpt RiGSBY J ATTORNEYAtLAW Olffce pVerTcoples jank SPRJDsGFiELD ky linf lLktie laacr I1l E1fbinnu writing from 1ranci- Og1veti1slB Instance of appetite 1 comJfnV ita htneating At my left at I dinner today sat U very jpretty young F woman PJippilte tp her a young fellow I her cousin or lover I heard them peak of their dejeuner a la fourchette I a meat breakfast Yet to my amaze atsntt Wsj Delicate young person ate 4up beefv pate of fltriow not what buPitfcWasjBald to beof brains and they pronomiceTit excellent A mack trel fou9wgthenronst fowj cress t1 Lsalad fcldjncys au vln do champagne i Igre4mpeasvlth sugar and clevreuil I fttrifcM Uwwralte offered to swear fore a magistrate Wnfl venlspn ip this mess the young woman added A quantity of new cheese thickly spread upon bread tilling up the time bctwclencbot the removes by scoop Ing outthe quarter pf a yery large melon cberrWstrnwierries Biscuits sponge cakes each enough for an EpgU woman dhiiier and then cot fee terminated the meal to which be ndonJYJLutfJ hyftUuted Wltl Indethinco ot Abernethys rule at least a gallon of TRater Of everytiung t have mentioned the woniaji had two thlrdS JReiiletlpn mustvhave followed you will say No Btich matter They had scarcely wash ed their fingers when the couple start I ed up and took their places in a qua flrllle set1Just foruipd l fleet Kajoyea it Thomas B Reed was once the victim of a 1itericLTor the Unusual aptness 3cf which after the first flush of Indlg 4 bItnauQai1La BUbslded appealed so strong ly tp his sense ot the conilc that he never failed tp refer to the matter with tile keenest gusto whenever he met the man whom he with the utmost nocj solemnity airays held responsible for it IIh late Colonel John A Cockeriirs i handwjiting In the heat of composition 5ths cfcsUableto lose Itself an iIlnosir iniermlnable tangle decll jhernble only with the greatest dlfflcul j tS Onubrie occasion he undertook to say that any one can see Tom Reed has the face bf an honest man but wasI horrified when he opened his paper the following morning1 and found that the types made him say that any oua caff jMvToni Reed has a face like a harvest moon Wonders of the Ilamnn Heart The workings of the human heart luivobeen cotoputedjby a celebratedt pbtg nd he ling demollstmted that Is equhl to the llfUng of 120 tons lu twentyfour hours Presuming that the blood is thrown out of the heart at eacl pulsation nthO propor If feetthebody might be tnKen mh1u f 1 mU pat20Tjnrdsperct1 per day 01320 mll sper year or 5450000 miles In a lifetime pf eighty turyenrs In the same period bfcinie r the heart must bcat2SG977d000 Unius RUTS The walking sickvhat acrpAvd of them there are t andtwfeakto go tobe If C onic Cases l thats what the doctors call them ivhich in common English 4 I1iJ1Pro1wm iqkt1 ssi TQstop the continued c lloss fifefleh thy need Scott lBmulsion For the ejiDgVpf Weakness they iieeii Sc0tts Emulsion It makgs leWflesbnd gje erolife to the weak 51steiri t t fgetsthinandwcaktIff 1sQtltts ferJ51b6d strengtheis the 4nerves and gives appetite fOfc ordinary food Scotts ErtrllsiQn cantbe ak fu1 gas sickness Jl llthetimiiTheres new strength and flesh in every dose Ve Y lt Jj gI d to send jQU a few doses free vess iut nS pfctnre the ont cf alal tiit a tlie ofEinulilon SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9P4irI St N V- aa4Jja1tiAts rT11ENWSLNEAIEFt1T taiNWW fifi l wl lOfN iI ti HHiiHiI local Happenings of Interest i The FrehestantUftteSt All Afetut Yourself Friends II1 and Acquaintances S j fieedlpotatdes rftttJnoCSha derg HK 55 f AU kinds o seed potatoes at CW Hagans A fv riiiflk and package garden seed litJno G Sbaders 1Poiato4s iQdand sets li apitJrto C Sh1erB1 Co untry lard bTacon shqulders and hams afcO liV Hagans tied potatoes and garden seed Irvin M Elroys al1Oal1 i and get my vpricesibefor ypi buy your seed potatoes 0 W IagfiJ SS One second hand self measure fng oil tatek for sale by John 0 Shader L t s GtoMrs1Kte Williams for the newest things ittneck year and fancyC mbsI tf Reduced prices on all kinds of dried and evaporated fruits at T Irvine McElroy s Dblltforgettbat I carry a large stock of groceries prices always right 0 WHagaFIti i Country produce bought and sold highest market price paid cash if preferred 0 W Hagan MrLH Phurman bought last week of Torn P riillips of Leba non a nice harness maro for 250 White Fish reduced to 7c a pound to5lose out T Irvine McElroy See my styles and get my prlces and you will not buy else where Mrs Kate Williams Remember 0 W Hagans Js the place to go Tor your garden seeds liis stOCK is complete and prices right Remember Thompson Green SpringfieldOliver Chill e plow repairs The NEWSLEADER job de pal tinent is well equipped to print horse and jack bills in the best style and at reasonable prides Rev George Douglass the reg ular pastor will preach at the Baptist church on next Sunday on the subject What about Hell 1M Erastus Derringer and Miss Ellen Sutton two popular young people of the county were married on last Thursday by Rev Yahcey l have just returned from my trip wIth the most complete tine of millinery that bus ever been shown in Springfield Mrs Kate Williams i am now making my head quarters at Valey Hill and per sons desiring m services as Surveyor can find me there JAMES MOORE Dinwiddie Lampion held the lucky number that won a fine mare that was raffled off last week by Will Lancaster colored man The mare is valued at lOi50I i handle all makes of sewing machines A five drawer oak with attachments S3 50 I have the exclusive agency for the genuine timetried firetested Singer PHIL THOMPSON tWith the opening of the rural mail delivery next month will be a good time to begin taking a dailyi paper We offer the NEWS LOUtSYILLEDAlLY AMERICAN FARMER all for one year for 3 50 Miss Ellen Wathen returned whrelshewholesale millinery houses get styles1Shewill again this season and will be glad to see all Iflends j neighborhood telephone line I totrunborhood to PoOr Town Quite a alongthei alreadyieensubscrjbed expenses of putting in the Jim- A piece of unimproved land belonging to A Q Anderson and situated in tLe Pleasant Groy IOPIC8i MiM i Ineigl1borhood day Mr W P Merritt waa the purchaser at 2625 per acre There are About 50 acres in the tract Mrs J G Mansfield is away attending millinery opening She his has been busy studying the Spring styles the past week All will be ready soon for the ladies inspection keep your poultry heaitby preventative and cure for all poultry diseases on sale at Poultry house Springfield Ky the best remedies known All guar anted or money refunded 5SWANTED Everybody to know that they can get their grinding onanydaythey come to our uiniafWilIishurgWe will also nay cash for corn and wheat BURNS McIrivoys i Edfliagoo sold to the Conti nent all Tobacco Co his week one of the largest and best crops of tobacco raised in this county this season by any one man There were 191500 pounds of the weed and the price paid was eight cents all round Invitations have been received here by friends to the marriage of Miss Louise Saunders to Rev Harvey S1 Murdock The wed ding is to take place at the First Presbyterian church Danville i on Thursday April second The many friends pf Miss Saunders will unite in fferingbest wishes 9J Bill Thorne and RQbt LX Sreene candidate for Clerk of the Court ol Apdeals were where last week mingling with the voters Col Thorne made a speech at the court house and among other things said that if the democrats will nominate him this time for Lieut Governor he will never no never be a candia date for an office again Postmaster W A Waters has received official notice frm the department to the effect that the free rural mail delivery routes will he put in operation on April 1st There will bu four routes or all thatt has been asked for The carriers for the different routes have not yet been named but of course will be notified in time to make their preparations MrJ W Riley Newstead Ky writes Iihavp sold Waco Dare the stallion I had advert tised in yur paper to Mr J RJWalker of Springfield Ky for the longest price any saddle stallion was ever sold for in Christian county he is worth every dollar he was sold for as he ranks with the bedt in the State The first of his colts have just begun to come on the mar ket as three y earoids and some long prices have been refused for them Farmers Home Journal The Young Mens Sunday conducted here last Sabbath byt three members and active work ens of the Young Mens Christian Association was quite a success and the services were interesing 1Bruce1i ion Presbyterian church in the morning and the pulpits of the Methodist and Baptist churches were also filled by the two other visitors Messrs Jones and Mikle In the afternoon a meeting for men only was hold in the Qourt House and was llargely attended Rev Bruce made an interesting address to men In the evening an union meeting was held at the Presbyterian church an ad dresses were made by the visi tors telling of the great work being carried on throughout the the country by the Young Mens Christian Association Horses Wanted Bird Harbison of Shelby Ville will be at W harton Tapps stable Monday March 23 cOun ty corb day to buy horses and mules Good Better Best There are many Life Insur ance Companies doing business in Kentucky They are all good Some are better thau others All things considered like farms Washington count one is the best You want the best dont you Then donjb be side tracked hut get a Policy in the old Northwestern Mutual- MASTERSON j WHAHTON Tayifcrance Agents DENmtST HH DODD OFFICKrnptEHAnT Bon UI Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY5 f IRCf1AL Mr Harry Brown of Lebanon was iin town yesterday Mrs John W Lewis has been quite sick with the grip Mr R H Edeleqof Bards town is here thisiweek Mr Joe Spalding and wife of Lebanon wefe here Tuesday Mr JoeS Glaybjooke has been to Cincinnati on business Mr E S Mays Jr was in Louisville Monday on business Mr and Mrs W K Robertson were in Cincinnati the first of the week Mrs H P Smock of St Marys visited friends here last week The condition of Mr Nat P Thompson remains practically unchanged Mrs George Chesqheir and c on George were viuitiug friends bjre last week Mr Oscar Curry who has been in Louisville for some timethas returned homeJRev H F Lloyd formerly pastor of the Chris tiau church of this place is here this week Mr J W Cotton and daiigh er Miss Rebecca of Bardstown visited friends here last week Mr U B McCraw of Mortons Gap was here last week the guest of Mr and Mrs F B vNoev4Clifton A Green and lit tie son came home last week from Dr McChcrds Infirmary i at Lebanon Mr Sidney Green after beine1 confined to his home for seyeral weeks is able to be out on thetstreets again Mrs Kate Williams returned Wednesday after having attended the openings in Indianapolis nd LouisvilleSMisses McDowell of Danville jr and Field of Louisville who have been visiting Miss Annie Mcc Chord have returned home Mrs R C Craycroft and Mrs Fred Edelen of Meade county are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas McIntire Mr and Mrs 1 H Thurman and children left Monday for Henderson ville N i where they expect to spend several weeks Miss Lidia McElroy has goner to Mt Sterling Ito accept a posia ion as stenographer for Mrgohn C Wood Railroad Com missioner for the Third District Miss Lidia Duncan has gone to Cincinnati to visit her friend Miss Edith Clements She was accompanied on the trip by her father Mr G D Duncan who p will return this week e A CardgIJm now located opposite Presbyterian church ground floor I thank the public for their liberal patronage in the past and kindly ask for a continuance of the same I feel sure f that I can fail to please all as my line oi millinery is complete in every particular MRS KATE WILLIAMS tuI llj GROCIRflII I l S Everything new and everything in stock usually found in an uptodate l Grocery ii1 Pure MapFe Syrqp Jc5TRYITFLOUR Daisy White Plume Obelisk v the leading brands Country Lard Snowdrift Coffees all the leading brands 1 WENZE APPLE t RI I and Mixed Pi kles None better I Give us a call is all we ask Telephone your orders No 57 FREE DELIVERY r rqz ii Arrested for Stealing Our Pulliam correspondent- skids us the following This community was startled recently bjfthe news that Preston and Milton Taylor had stolen about ojjlO pounds of meat from William Siiptts meathouse and had also jpn a horse and buggy from 4mes Terrell Terrell and Scott aitance began search and over took the men at Van Buren in Spencer county and after a des pirate encounter the Taylors mde their escape This thor otfghly alarmed the communty arid the citizens arose en masse and after a close search found the two men at James Terrells wEjere they were arrested and 4en to Bardstown jail These rp the same parties wanted in this county on a charge of steal ing meat Jrom juuther Terrell in the Jail of 1902 for which they wiuld have been arrested had it not been for a lot of confederates wlfo assisted them in making theirl escape a Important fthe rural mail routes of this county go into operation April isf Your mail boxes are now eedy for delivery Those who hae not contracted for a box all get one of the undersigned byf aoplying at once A fInt- cl lsupto date Box FREE with ai subscription to a daily piper W E LEACHMAN ii Cant Afford II young man if you cant af fofpI 10 carry a bmall policy on voiir life how can you afford to asshime the obligation of provi ding for a family This is a ious matter Stop and consider anfbefore you ask your host i1to embark with you on the matrimonial sea of life go to the office of Masterson Wharton and secure a policy in the Great Northwestern Mutual Life In sutance Co and on the day of your marriage present to the iitner you have chosen a pres nt that will provide a compe tepcy for her when you have One to rest A For Sale Ikjly house and lot on Bardstown road three quart rs of a mile rOn Court House House has four rooms Lot contains t vo acrfes ground with fruit traes and otbjer improvements 1WiJJi m Waters IFEE CELEBRATED WALK OVER snot ecLL t iff t LD Je tH0 OlNiEsY B h ti ROBERTSO BROS Attention Tobacc GroW ors The Hon John Botts Assistant State organizer and J7 H Booker oneof the directors of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association Co jvil be in Springfield on Monday county court diy March 23d to assist the growers to form an or aiiiza lion in Washington county Let every burley tobacco grower in the county be at the Court House at 1 oclock pm to learn and Qnlist in this movement Life fire Accident Real Estate If this interests you call on Masterson Wharton second floor Robertson Block Springfield Ky telephone No 78 They represent nothing but A 1 companies and will attend promptly to any business intrus ted to them WACO DARE JR No i1162 IN VOL 3 N S H R Will make the season of 1903 at the Fair Grounds Springfield at 15 to Insure a Living Colt Waco Dare Jr Is by Waco Dare 1027 by Chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrell 58 by Black Eagle 74 by Kirig William 67 by Washington Denmark 64 by old Black Denmark he by Imp Hodgford WacO Dare Jr first dam Bessie by Prince Den marlr he by King Denmark ho by Star Denmark no by old Black Denmark he by Imp Hedceford Wacos second dam was by Tube Rose be by Cabbies Lexington 8 F Third dam by Duluth he by Cabbies Lexington S is a beautiful dark bay a little dappled with very heavy mane and tall goes toll the gaits arid is a nice driver He is 15 hands and is a fine actor His colts aro winners J R WALKER Springfield Ky Commissioners Sale L M Turner admr purH EquityBettleJ By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1903 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for salt upon the premises occupied by the llate S F Turner near Texas Washington County Kyon SATURPAY APRIL 4 1003 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two years the following described property The farm on which the late S F Turner lived at the time of his death nea Texas in Washington county Ky containing 22pl acre The above is a well improved farm with good comfortable dwelling out buildings barns and other improvements with good water and is well adapted for grain or atockraisinjr It Is well locaied on a good pike about one mile from Texas and about seven miles from Springfield and convenient to school and churches Also at same time and place and by virtue of said Judgment I will sell a tract of land on the waters of the Little Beech and Haynerfl branch bounded by the lands of Mrs Mary A Rowe and the land of the Turner heirs and conCaiping9 acres Also at same time and place the farm known as the Mitchell fatin and bounded as follows on the Northly Hay eriJ branch south by lands of Mrs John Cocanougher east by the Texas and Mackville pike west by land of VTo Read Xhlslllasfftract of land isa nict farm well watered and improved BtOCkrai8ingForpur chaserj with approved security or bearlbglegalintpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be reo quired to cpnrply promptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY Zd Q WCO 5- Lt I i N4 VISIT I z It MJi t GUWNINGMDUNillF8 ir STORE And see the great display of H Embroideriesi J J Laces t sl4 1t Lace Tieli V T f Lace do orckfJfic = An unsurpassed variety t- W1SHGOObS r in Silk Ginghams Mercer lzed Ginghams Merrized WaistIns Knickerbockers Voiles c V L WHItEGOODS 1 iin TLeic riz 4 Madras O fords Piques CIL A QKRREtS Just Received the largest stock pets4n Tapestry Brussells CatIIand Granites CMna and Mattings Linoleums and OilPlotQI tIthat we have efer shown c ci m f LOB CURT7iL J The most eiS Qtive designs in Lace Curtains rangingt in price from 40c 600 a paIr WLLPERj We are showing a mostepmplete stock of Wall Paper in beautiful eoifibina J tions of French Patterns Crowns a Morals Tapestries Ingrainsand Tiles It would certainly interest you to J tJi visit this department oj We offer special fnducernents to 4 tcash buyers in prices and the Blue Rebate Stamps Call for YdUrSarnp t Yours Yery Respectfully Cunningham S Bunean lif Y COMMISSIONERS SALE W ASWNGT TON CIRCUIT COURT KY Alonzo Klmberlin c Pltfs EquityJcobBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Uourt rendered nUb e February terin thereof 1903 in tao above cause 1 pball proceed to offer for sale at the Court House c1oor in Springfield Ky on the 2f3k day of March 1903 at 3 oclock p mor thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit bt six months the following described property towit A tract of land situated in Washing ton county Kentucky on the waters of Beech Fork and bounded aa follow to wit Beginning at a doublp y more tree on the west side of a drain In Prior Hays line thence south with the center of the ccunty roadfls it meanders to the Murry line corner to Prior Hays J w Btays and J T Klm berlin thence north of the north gate post of JT Klmberlin to a stone qpr nerto 841d J T Kimberlins lino thence east to a 9toncln the center of the old road as meanders to a stone thence northeast 80 steps to the be ginningcontaining acres mole or less For the purchase price thepur has er or parchaqerB with approved ae curRy or sureties must xe ute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the f rC and effect of a judgment Bidders will be required to cijmpiyj promptly with tbesetermsSTHOS A MEDLEY M C WCO Dont Dont Ddntr If you want Life Insurance dan4t make a mistake but get the best to be had Masterson Wharton reprcis6nt the oldEeliai ble Northwesrern Mutual office Robertson block oyer Ilaydqn Barbers store ISalesmen Wanted titS V To look after eurinter 81ffl Washington and adjacent o14 ties Salary or cpmmlsstpfl Address th HARVEY OIL Go Cleveland Ohto agrippe coughs yicl quickly to the curative powers of Fojeys HOlier and Tar There is n othingjupt ap good Spldljy Wjpd ft Caw b 1 1 61 to SPRING 4J63 r Blue Grass c Iiurserie5 Fruit and Ornament all trees i grape vines- smaTifruits asparagus rheubarb and every thlrrgfor orchardliwn ndgar enrStrawberry and gen eral catalogues oh request IHF HILLEHMRYERr 1OK LexlnitOHy JKy Commissioners Sale j foulS Cheatham C plffsl w EqdttyMaud X By virtue of a Judgment andorder of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February tern thereof J003 in the above cause rshall proceen to Offer forsale on the premises in Willishurgv Kyj on FRIDAY MARCH 27 1903 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout JoV the highest bidder at Public AnctioiK upoj i a credit df six and twelvemonths the following de cribe4 property towit A certain blacksD ithsBh6PJ houee barn and lot situated on the ortk WlhliborgWashington t WGBarnettstraight line with W G arettstine to corner of John Skeimakers line thence NodhwestwitkJolsGShewmaker line straight to J L C tbYC8t118ifeetsaid Seay theICe80uth1ttStrafrkt with said Sfeays line 5it feet tke ce SoiTth west wlth SeayalI eia4 feet to center oi Main titrcet akla 1taiahOuseadJointnrware room adjoining store BOMM thence South west 3i feet otM tii tinning cpntafciieiirkalf acre Qrle For tbepurchae THrlc tk p thaser or puricbaera with app security or surtis PIt excsJbhdsbeazinglega1lMWreItfrOtt rofsaleuntlL paw d havIg tM force and effect ef tffuigm L 4 dertwillbene4 t0 cspy promptly with tHee term TH08Ain6D JtX MCWCO- Kodol uyspepsia CfM JII nu L L4ff7 r 7T7TL1 dWasinqton letter1 ffjl l hfi Senate is still in special session but an early adjour Anngreementthas been ejected between tim nJ1 iF r l fi irdteon the Panama tJanal treaty J pAMarohltTanditis generally ySx1Ied that the conentjonwillb- eraktifipd4 I p J S The democrats will 10f vote ftwo amendments one providing forabo1ute own rshp fii 5 by tim United States of the zone 4 ofLand through whichi thocanal1 1i i wrllpass the othr eliminating t that portion of the treaty whichi r MSvides that the United States jJ I t oott tn e aVlo it Wrri 1olumliaq6 j 1thYIti j i1in rlMq li f tie i1rni1t till a humetSBt uujjctxir of demo willl2 1 Theiataof the Cuban treaty is t Y Jf regarded as extremely precarious There are fitYEixrepubIic ns who would vote lor the treaty if 1 iitcame to a voVe but there would r I ba required for ratification a 4 total of f xtyRIrd itiis claimed j taatth four democratic votes ItiK lj cans who have promised to vote 4 for the convention were sincere 1 in its suppoit they could accgmr phsh its approval but many of S the nigh jjrotectipntsts treat it heart opposed to the agreement tj i although they are unwilling to eyentilc1 t that the treaty will not bo ap proved without an amendment i pividinjthat its go into effect urtil armssbannqtl J sage of ai enabling t newing the fight in the IextCon gross v V Secretary Shaw does not re Z gard as warranted the report which has been circulated to tilE 4 i effect that tHe payment of the price fortbePanamaCanalCQm panys property will cause aj eS strrngency in the money market and possibly precipitate hard times He says that In ample ad vance of the tim cfor the pay- meat to be made he will advise t the banks through which he ne1 t J gotiations are to be conducted irr and that will not be until Jlatet in tho summer so there will be an extensive c edit due the United States in EJuropean flnartcial ceo ter1Th banlts so notified will j promptly purchase European ex change and the 40 000000 or 50030ipo6 gold to be paid out of 1jA Abe JJriifed dtateswili be added r to thle CircttlAtbh in this cuuntrSr the actulpurehserre 1Ug t f1i i rtcll h a 101 N t t Owoftle tnt 3sIrr r 7 J t s tm1fex f theiiribust during the 1il f r closing htUrs ofLtLOF3ftySeOntF rt i0 Cpngress Was the losscf llegisla f i tioni which had been already e tt agrepd on opening up lo settle 7 f ment 2150000 acres of land in + several thelargestfjndian res J vations According loathe plan l t agreed upon the governmentI li w virtually to act as trustee for the lands They were to be I f k 1t itI 7ii ErF EE vtmi sold to private individuals andS the purchase price to be returned to the Indians Chairman Lacey qf the committee on Public Lands was sorely disaypointodl atlhe failure of this 1eislatjornbut pre ditsi t that it will be enacted early s ini the next session One of the most important measures enactt ed in this connection was theO opening of he gilsonite mineral lands of the tJncompabgra In i dian Reservation in Utah This i reservatiohc ntains the worlds total Supply of ths mineral Which is a form of asphaltorI pitch which it belieyed can be most profitably used for paving roofing arid similar purposes The rrservation also contains i iiJSuscdii The President is making his plans forleaying Washington on his western trip on March 26th He will be accompanied by Secretary Root and probably by other members of the cabinet all of whom hays been invited Tim party will go at once to Colorado where an extensive ioyedMrpromised a more successful bear hunt than the Mississippi affair Prom Colorado the party will go to Wyoming and then will visit a number of western states Miss Roosevelt will leave soon tor Porto Riqp where shs will be the guest of the Governor of that island and his daughter The committee of the House of Representatives lias selected the site for the proposed office build ing for members df tho house It is about 400 feet Southeast oi the Capitol l and fronts on the large square in front of the Cap i4SItl is planned to make this square the centr of the handsome est group of buildings in the TBE flRSTBORNo 0Ii pflen the healthiest of a family of chil dren The reason seems to suggest it self As child follows child the mother has less and less vitality i often not thereforeforExpectant mothers who use Doctor Pierces Favorite Pre scription find that it keeps them in vigor ous health They eat well sleep welland are uot nervous When baby comes its prnctica111I mother is made happy by the birth of a healthy child If you would be a healthy mother of healthy children use Favor itePrescriplion7IsaI Dr to Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion writes Mrs P Douglas of Mansonvilte Erome Quebec Dur tug the first four months when I looked forward to becoming a mother I If feted very m1f fvia nau sea andvg a1 Ifelt so terribly sick I could anythingof rood At this time I wrote to Dr Pierce nod he told me to pet hu Parorite Prescription and a bottle of Golden Medical Discovery I got a bottle of each and taken theta a few days felt much ffIn tw I had taken hardly three part of each bottle I felt well Iud could eat as well as anytroubleIvery thankful to Dr Pierce for medicine gettheseThose who suffer from bronic dis eases are invited to consult Dr Pierce correspondencestrictly Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure bil iousness and sick headache Malaria Ever Have it Know all about tt Want to 2dl rid of it Take Ayers Malaria and Ague Cure YrtJrlcu 0 nthe west side nowtt Itands the Capitol and one half f the east side is occupied y s the Congressional Library It1 is proposed to erect on the other half of the east side the Temple of Justice for the accommodation of the Supreme Court and on the north side an office building for I senators similar in architecture to that tt is now expected ttd erect for representatives It is under the center of this square that the tunnel by which t11j Pennsylvania railway will enter the city will constructed More Rots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as prave as an indiv ualduordor ofthe system Over work loss of sleep nervous ten sion will be followed by utter collapse uulass a reliable remedy employed Theres nothm so efficient to cure disorders of ture liver and kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderfulr tonic and effective nervine and tile greatest all around medicin0 for run dowII systems It dispels nervousness Rheumatism Iud expels raahtria germs Only 50 ctt and srJtisfllctionguarau teed ao Haydons drugstqre Wild Hog Chase Mr Lambert Villett of this county isa proud possessor of a French bulldog formerly owned by Mr Tom OKeefe of New York Be was brought hero and given to little Camerbc Moore but on account of being vicious was bought by Mr Lm bert Wilett Thedog after having many hard fights with other dogs and having killed two very fine ones tbe other day was called to cp tura a sow which had disappear ed last October from Mr Willets home the owner having been no tified that the sow had been seer in the knobs near Balltown Son a few days Martin Green and Lambtrt accompanied by Prince the dog startedDn the sows trail After three long hours of searchirir they succeeded in finding the sew urdcr somececicr trees atd to their surprise six good sound pigs When the sow saw tne boys she started in one direction and the pigs Jn another but she soon fourdNherspif in the power prinp Tc svv tartod to lof run arcucd 11 1 u 0 the tiuys caught uer by the tail1 which to his surprise was left iu his hand and lthe sow and Prince ee left fighting a little way off The boys finally succeeded in tying the tow to a irfep intending to return on the following dayJ next1dJYspot aud found tint thetow hatj disappeared much to their dis appointment rio boys turned ttc tr t ttc m To All Our Subscribers 4lj i tj 1THEr U i lf 1 v Ql eHT 14mERI C N ta PThRMER- lj Jt INDIANAPOLIS IND y8i i JpfiMeading tfl Agricultural 1 Journal of the Nation- Si Edited by an ableCorps of WiitersS Af12 This valuable journal in addition to the logical treatment of all agricultural subjectsj wil also discuss tile gre issues of the day thereby adding zest to its columns and giving the F farmer something to tbuL about aside from the every day humdrum of routine duties 412 f Within the Next Thirty We Offer dj4 e d ds1t1 jiourCunty Paper and the American farmer tr l 1 t f fr BothOneYearfor1OOA 1f1 rr nubj tparalleled offjssfs made to allInew subscribersr nJalI ones who pay up a I c 1a 1 tffa and renew itlun thirty daysJmlle coplos free AAress Ii t St E L DA VISON Jr PublishenSpringfield Ky 3 tt-t Sp Zadeb1 JCAycrCO Lowell llami b7jAll RnctJ 60 etalj dlthel were rewarded by hearfgthe- ow squeal After much trouble with her they fcuccectcd in homeileavinRtbet After a good supper Prided was ready for another chasel Nelson Record jf 10flOTABDlQfl II- Wo offer Ono Hundred Du lars EowarJ any cnae C Ital rh that cnrnot bojj lnll d y Hals Caarrh Cure 1i f J LHtEXsttbArpToledoO FrJliovo hun perfectly honoiablc in nil Duafc itiess transactions apa financially abli to carry out any obligation made bt their linn WEST tt Wholesale PrugRist l Toledo 0 WALDINO KIcNANtc MARVIN Whole4 saiD Druggsts Toledo O f JTallH Catarrh Curo Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and muC cous surfaces of the system Price 75q per bottle Testimonials sent free Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the bpst Joe Knott for Senator 4 For the Kentucky Senate from this district the friends of Mr J M Knott of thq Marion Na ticnal Bank are urging him strongly to become a candidate Mr Khutt has been a life long Democrat Ho1 is citizen of the highest integrity and a man cf mature age and judgement He is a man of the people and know 1lheir wants If more of Suchi men as he could be prevailednp on to go to our legislative halls the peoples interests would be more carefully guarded and outt laws would be purer and better The Enterprise along with hun dreds of our citizens extend thef sincere wish that he will consider favorably thecall that is mad iupon him though it may caus him to make some sacrifices This is truly a case of the office seekingthe manLebanon Enll terprise RusnyilloIud Messrs Ely BosI hayc been great sufferer from catarrh awl hay fever audtried many things but found uo peainanent relief tilt I found it in Elys Occam Balm eight years ago am d we havc been fast friends since Rev SM Bently ft Killed By Vicious Bull- aMr John Rowo one of th most prominent men in Barft county was attacked by a vicious- bui while feeding stOck at his boiie rcr Rcvlett Wednesday n irjurpd so thattbcdit about tiyo ho rj later Mr Rowe although seventy three yaars otd was a vigorou min and was able to look 1the management of his large 71far hich hb took a delight iii jj doing Ho went to his barnyard Wednesday afternoon late to feedf the stock and while there he was attacked by the bull from behind Ij Fie wastossed in tno nil anrl fellj to the eround so badly shocked j from the attack he was stunnedi abd uiuille to rise Before he c1u1d gbt up however thu furiaidibeast was upon him andI gored and pawed him repeatedly until one of the farm hands with the assistance of a dog succeed sd with great difficulty in driving the hull off and rocuintr the dying man Mr Rowo was carried to Ihis house vhere ho lived about lIve hours being perfectly conscious up lo within a few minutes his eatliExIof TWODS BUlCcthJ6T nui GREAT J1lf1tjllY MJDIClNf t Thedfords BlackDraugbt has saved doctors bills for more than sixty years For the common fam fly ailments such as constipation indigestion hard colds bowelcom plaints chills and fever bilious ness headaches and other liko complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigomtesjlld reg ditcstiollstimulated purifies the blood and purges tho bowels of fqul accumulations It cures liver complaint indigesti- onS stomach dizziness chills rheumatic pains sidaacho back pationtdiarrbcolds 4nd headache Every drug- DI1CkpraughtIn I acceptIChattanoogaMe Wleye Thedfords BlackDrautht Js the beSt roedlcjne onmhlf U good for aiw ind everything Have a family of twelve children and for four yean have Kept them on foot ondhealthywlthnodoctorbut Black praught t 1 J GREEN mcwara8La 1 1Theout the country Is causing the packers considerable anxiety The visible supply this year is millions of pounds less than 12 n1Qnthsngqr Commenting on this fact General Michael Kyan Of Cincinnatii i says The price pork Will increase There isof scarcity of hogs in the market i There is +7000000 pounds less pork on hand now than there wat this hale last year The indica tions are that this class of meat will go up 1 do net see how can be otherwise with all this d creasfc in the visible supply o hogs Tbereis also an enormous decrease in the supply of Jar J There are only 25000 tiercps on hand at Chicago while thistimc lastyear there were 72f000 tier- ces This makes 26320000 lb less lara on hand than a year outfsumer must pay mprb for pork and lard The price of hogs is now high with the probability that they will go even higher I see no immediate prospect of their getting ary lower A tore Cold For 4 Whli The following letter from A j Nusbaum of Batesville Iud teils its own story I suffeted for three months with a severe cold A drug gist prescribed for me some medicine aud a physician prescribed for me yet I did not improve I tried Fcleys Houcy and Tar Liid eight doses cured me old by Wood ard Campbell The m Wind That blows nobody good is bent on er rads of mischief in fall and winter It produces that most dangerous of common complaints a bad cold Your cold will not become bronchitis nor consumption if you mcke timely me of Allen Lung Balm Take it fre quentty nntil the cough and the stop goneContainsturb digestion Wonderful Freak Mr E L Beam of Botland was a caller at the Stacdard office list Saturday and told of a freak ot nature that sur passes anything in the line of of the marvellous that has evi come to our notice 11Mrc Beam lias a large number of fowls of different kinds at one day last week while she was gathering up eggs she di covered a toftshelled gooseegg of the regulation size She took it to the house arid brcke It was a sound egg in every reo spoct the vhite and yolk being wasSastonished to find howevar in one extremity of the inlegrccnl covering the original egg an other soft shelled speciraan a out the size af a guinea e This smaller speciman she al Broke and was surprised to fir rjit contained the hed of a gos ling While not perfect in every detail tho eyes and beak wetreI eas ly diacernable This stor v of course has aIofiby sound but Mr Beam and his wife are among the most reputale par sun ages io the Botlaqd neighbor hood and no one Ioran instant would question their veracity Like ntVeVo vho lIave heard of the incident Mr acd Mrs Beam would bo ploised to liaye some oce versed in the mysteries of nature to explain tie marvellous freakThe wonderful production is th it of a Toulouse goosStaii dard A IrrylJD MedicIne Every housekeeper recojuizcs the IIce1of cffectiAe remedies to be used 1in emergencies when something must done right away Perry ray v Falnkiiler ic such a rcriody for sprain and bruise for strained muscles and for tie aches and Pains from blows and falls There is but one Painkill er Perry Davis Gcltini Religion When it coires to petting relig Jiin the negro Was the world beat en It is said by those whose memory serves them woil that at one church in this city apro traded meeting was started 27 years ago and 5et in session It is a common thing to see fifty or sixty of thorn having their sins washed away in Bowlings pnd and it is acommon thins to see tthe same ones baptised over within a fpw weeks One 01 the best jiners of any Hock is Fred Warren hotter known as Black Diamond It is said he has jitied six times and has come forward eight times to make confession of his faifh It is some question as to whether he ha joined enough even tho he holds this record fuj his name appears on Judge Walkers hoc ks about as often as it does on tie t hjrch books Lavreuce ITburg lThis slgriatare tIs on qvory box of the geautat Laxative UromoQuinine 2bleIs- U o iimd that cure a j J ir Paine Celery- Conpound I Cures bySPEPSIA INDIGESTION AND STOMACH TROUBLES The tortures and evils of dysjiepaa and in ligestiot1 are experienced bytbousandsat this time The dyspeptics train of evils may be enumerated as follows feelings of dizziness languor nervousness sleeplessness headache distension of the stomach loss of 3esh difficult breathing and the action of the heart is seriously raffected All forms of dyspepsia arc quickly banished by the use of Paines Celery Compound The use of this marvelous medicine allays the inflammation of the nerves centredabout the stomach it opens up the sewers of the body andremoVes all waste matter It cleanses the blood iit makes new nerve fibre it restores digestive power and promotes bodily strength and activity Mr Fred Boss Chrcndoii Iowa briefly writes about Jhis happy aspen coca with Paines Celery Compound as follows It gives me great pleasure to testify tb the merits of Paines Celery Compound I can candidly and honestly say it is the Vest medi cine in theworld Two years ago I was fering from indigestion and nervousness and I could hardly walkwas so run down that without help I used two bottles of Paines Celery Compound and got better almost from the first dose and have had np use for medi cine since I wascorapletely cufedH When a hat a good dress or other garment is a little faded and old in fashion it need not be thrown away Color it with DIAMOND DYES department of advice and witWe have a pedal answer free any questions about dyeing Bend ample of goods when possible Direction book and dyed samples free DIAMOND DYES BnrUagton Vt I Burry the Por att tve It was said or Barry the player that he bad a voice avhich might lure a bird from a tree and at the same time an address and manner the most prepossessing and conciliating The Dublin theater of which he was proprietor failed and he was considerably Indebt ed to his actors musicians etc Among others the master carpenter called at Barrys house ajud was clamorous In demanding his money Barry who was ill at the time came to the head of the stairs and asked what was the matter Matter enough replied the carpen ter I want my money and cant gett It Dont be In a passion said Barry Do me the favor to walk upstairs If please and we will speak upon the SIYOU Not I Mrl Barry said the carpen You owe me LtOO already and If I come up you will owe me t2OO fore leave you t 19Too Angelic There was a certain young minister jIn Maine who on his heat charge was called upon to preach a funeral sermon rocr a woman It wits his first funeral sermon and he laid himself out Ito make an impression and succeededI The woman bad had her faults but dthe minister forgot them This was to be expected but he extolled her so highly that the poor boreavedjiusband sitting there listening couldnt recog nize her by the description Finally a in glowing peroration be pictured God and the archangels and the angclshnd Ltail the bosts of the redeemed joyously forming a parade to welcome to heaven thIs one of the very best of all wom en The husband could stand It no longer and leaping up Interrupted him with beckoning hand gasping outt No no elder Not quite that Sb was only bout mlddlhi Not In Society Of a pretriitioia but not rend godnml of the Victorian period Lady Bult used to relate hls incident 0erTile conversation turned on literature Idone day anti this lady who aimed at forming a salon got rather out of her depth Who is this Dean Swift they are talking about she whispered at lost to Lady Bulwer I should like to In vite him to one of my receptions Alas madam answered Lady Bul vcr the dean did something that has shut him out of society Dear me What was trfatT Well about a hundred years ago heI died The Sleek anti Lowly Editor When an editor makes a mistake In his paper all the world sees It and calls him a Itar When a private cit zen ruaUes a mistake nobody knows it xcopt a few friends and they corn 0 round and ask the editor to keep II qut of the paper When the privat citizen lies the editor Is asked to write up all his good qualities and leave out the bad When the editor dies the private citizen will say Now that old liar will get his deserts Cleveland Okla Triangle The mack Cap The black cap has no specific relation to the hanging orn criminal Its sin ister reputation Its color and the taot that a judge when pronouncing a capi tal sentence always wears It hae cornS blned to attach to It a meaning and synftibllstu which It docs not possess It is really nothing mor than a part of the full dress of a Judge Genealog teal Magazine I KodolDyspepsia Curei Digests what you eat This preparation contains all ot the dlgcstants and digests all kinds ol food Jtglveainstantrellefandncvci falls to cure It allows you to cat all the food you wanG The most sensitive usemaoythousands cured after everything clsq failed It prevents formation of gas on the stom eatllfgUletlngunoeccssary It cant kelpItilt do you Bodi PaetiaredoalykjEo DKWiTTCo Ohlrogo 11 Uo UmcsWie w rwe promptly obtain JJ aAnd rri4 rSeaa model iketch or photo laTenUoQfer l freereDOnOD tentabi11ty Porters book IUOwt5eCoro- SPatenta and to H pposlte U S Patent WASHINGTON D 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