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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 26, 1903. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1903 new1903032601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 26, 1903. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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set to work at oncej nor rest til we find Jot iftifrr of a Bdl covered things toampll Aa 4 awiny with many cares that oboe lad knnoy i IrftekUn railway rote would lays gbotief weaWiwrelyprovf imrtenastj Vs a eoiye fQ1 vw a MI ff rwi CI travel round the wor- lda7M3oa 9w MIIOOMI sck to Uyv searss save a oeat fo dl lIrh the tkInr loss e gsomkoUId1sient AMt atktat If wewpald bavseil t JMHek1y eap tISM raid jilUaHtlroplt itopuld VxMkeab dte kind of steep TtfHliiy lae tropfete te that thlics are theyhvetob yhsi a iMsl Mtbk b ysithem as C wed ratserliavaibete cee e1WMJi tfc a thor liwre ezplalM ufn the retlOIoaed from rarHJ Qterk WeF Bbbker Was preseeteflt with a handsome cane j the oth r stay which he prze tfry highly The cane was BHtdefrbm an dak board fromfl oorbf the old Lincoln cabin thifei county m wbich TJhbmas Lincoln and Nan f Ifs1k were Btarried aoctii whichl althoughe id oiiatoilans say othecwjse j iaany believe that Abraham Lin lm ws bjonii Thold elfbin eteO some tepatrs reenUyll aad from one of theboardsof theb oar which had been there since he cabin wasoccupied by the incons4bis cane usnade Mrt BTiii Ebdgera rr ade the v walking stick which is ncely timahed with IjJs oWn hais- nd it is silver mountefl and bears an irscrlp ion to theeffeOtS that itws mad i from a board from the cabin jn which Abra ham Lincoljl was born Mr Booker treasurers the gift very 1p highly and says that if h6 averdj gets old enough to walk with atit cane he wjil Use it t IX Dccr4Iptnr EliBS GOOD Among the ROADSIJ county which the freeinral caill kielpe along the movement tu keep 1 the rpads iin good condition In the first place before a petition for the estabichmenVo routes itacted upon a Representative df tie department gOes over tfcg ferritory0ttttjixoasMOtifiis the local authontiM that giveII i ecanee the roads are In such condition that the carrier cannot j make schedule time tall seasons of the year but that if the roadsIof Irel be granted It may be well to add by way of explantion that bi Washington county rones yore inspected llast fall bgforf the roads were in quite such a bad condition as the have been reduced toby the winter freezes andbeavylhaultn1S It IB EST METHODSThetime has cc me when in ord e to keep up with the procession Kentucky farmers must pay inor Itattentionthe lJt methods in everything rblating to their business c farming On ibis point the Kentucky Farm Journal says Farmers in Kentucky and good ones hao been in the habit V6ff selecting seed corn from wh they have inI their cribs No matter bowp g they have been raising corn tear in1 alid year out the saine tock is used and tbls1to wheircorn is their best crop Thy may be lal borin g- undtb Jmprefisioa tall theyraisffgoe intojiogiand tbe size of the ears dpnt count but it dbeenctt coincide With other idea Telatirtg to the imprbYiB IMntp I crops Few faiiners W I3 think of plantinjr etatoes grn in their fields and man ia1iect new seed wheat each year b itrforcp naiiy old thing will do The farmers in thi state hould take as much prue in this pr jduct us those iu Illinois and I i1t 11ai ny more than it will in live tok jt ORSES H rsiiinen allIsay that the outlook f prosperous ye rxor horse breIif Ing was never brighter thanattpresent The better demand for ood horses has stimclaied orsemen to pay mote attention o the breeding and as a onsetquence finely bre4 horses are in demand Washington county e has some good ones this season ttentrong f good colts iu the funrei thanC for some years In thepaati rzcy Arted r Justin thc nick of time our S ittle bQVws sv dtfttes is W Watkins i of Pleasant t IykO i Pnonmonia had payGd sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besidesd Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dry Kings New Piscov eryandbur darling was savedlj Bpis nov soundand wellj Every body ought to know its the only IIt sure cure feruCoughs Colds and inyi b nctl Trial buttles free Persons with jveafc lUUgs or chronic g affections when have been treat d by the family physician JWftl1Qui fcrtlihg reliefahould try 1r Classes I CoughS Tner will flnd the ef feet different from anjnmedlcine they hayeever taken jtla the tseatests healinp remcdyfchOMn For salefy Wood and Campbell a W Settlei oa Her Luass j My danghterhad a terrible co gh vhich stfIed on her lungs s sN t Jackson of Danville 11L We tried a great many remediea trithoa relief ftt until we gave her Iolevs Hocef and Tar which cured tier oid by Wood and Campbell i A Qar boad o jacks Tie afternoon passenger trctn luledll ay with one coachiJ very die ttnguished passengers Thic coach was consigned to Salt Lake City Missouri in the care ot- AdathsE4ress uompany Tne pasisengerscofisisted of 2fi head iof donkeys whichjiad been pur i from different parties in Marion W sbhlKt urNelsop- Boyle and Garrard counties ty Thomas R Tncleaye of Salt Lake City Missouri iThere were yyu g donkeys and aged ones some as good as could bt- otind anywhere outside uf Ken tucky dsOIDe better than could be found any where except in Kentucky Fur these Mr Vancleaye pfaid high prices one from Mike Mackin this county costing 750 The averigs prIck the lot was 850 The totalIW cost oHhls shipment WitS 7850 n t including the expires wnich was 326 more M r VancleiiVe says therd is a great demand for jacks all through the west where 3I he expects to sell thorn Mr Carv Vancleave Hccompanied him hcme and will assist him iu looking after thu animals on the route They reached Salt Lake City last niglt unioa something opEntereprise GtipefThe greateataanger from colds and grip is their resifltnfr in pneumonia boweverftaken all danger will be avoiden Among the tens of thousands who hare used ibis remedy for diseases we have yet tollearn of 9 aliiglc case hav rbiohItsbowapreventive of that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an attack of gil o in less tImctbpuyotheii It- Itispieas4tand aafs tota e For sale at Haydobs drugstore Mr9 IN Suow an old and wet knp wu merchant df Jackson Mo says Ibaye been sufferer from bladd aqdkldhey trouble for years Whlli IJjave not lost any time trqm my bus ness it was an exertion to att vd toit 1 had no appetite and Mas losing fleshy I idnjt feel sick bnt had q 6 anbltpn arid energy I began using1 tilllhadyi neyr man I have gained 10 ppuudp aridrfeet bright end isctivec Sold by Wool Caijipbeltk f OnuifltOMIlkOVI9 1 Foc 1Witshtngt1 only Vlace in the woiid that has HeraldIthe depot commons yesterday nd had a hard time to pull out Some of our streets are in the same condition and nothingbutt4 several daysof sunstfinei will im prove them W1l have to watt till the clouds roll by karue county has no road grader4 either it bad one this condition of their roads might as ltbeac counted for However LaRue n county is going to inyestin a grader and rock crusher and tl hen the complainer may always liasilyroadsI be FolBjs Honey anllr Cures coughs and colds ures brouchltle and asthma Cures croup and whooping coag1o Cures hoarseness and brpnchiolrrouble Th Clures pneumonia and grippe oldby W6 rocampbeU BoUt cuts old jores of any desct lp lon wonnds cute or braises coin ure a fpeedy cureDt JIA8SES PENETRATING L1NE a1MENTons drug stoichDir oPiiffl1ia PAUible tb cause pueutaonia which is 10Pften fatal and even when ins lfrecovered the lungs are weakened jN making them fusceptable to the tie elopement of con amptioi xFpleys j oney and Tar will stop the coapht eal the lungs find prevent pneUmoniaN Sold Uood and camp c A Uriiqne Cane The IRev James A Lewis pastor ufthej tvtetb dist churcti this citYI ha4inhts posse slsh a s very uniqup pane which was pro- ented to him years ago by a riend Tdo cane wasmade from piece of sburwcbd Itis cap I pedwitha twelve sled block which is a rtQfthe same piece of timber out of which the cane wasetit Rbinning1 up and down the cane i1uIa serpentine form at arefour rows of lletters carved ia wood Each etter is distinct tIstands on Iribebod1ofIr j l lowingc to pJamest of the liussellville District Louisville onfeienceby S GtWright Claymun Ky Dec 25r 1893 The cane was carvedC with an ord ihary penknife and is truly a work of ingenuity Brother Ltr visI values the cane very hghly and seldom uses it Lebanon JEnterprise 3EiiALOK OF GRIP curet bY 44Bpftle or CQhaia 4cftWheat hi d an attack of the grip last winter lihesecoud one 1 actually oured myself with one bottle of Chain berlaina Uough Remedy says Frank Perry Editor of the EiterprI e Hhortiiille N Y This Iis the boncatl truth I attJmekcptfrom coughing myself to piebes by taking a teaspoone fui ot this remedy anrf when th coughing spill would come on at night would taketa dose and it seemrd that iu the briefest interval the congh would pass and I would go to sleep perfectly fre from cough and ita ac companyIng pains To say thut the remedy acted as a most agreeable sur prise inputting it very mildly I badI no Idea that it would or could kuock out thlll grtp4 Dimply because I had never tried for that purpose but it did and it seemed with the second at tau of coughing the remedy caused Iit not only to be of lets duration bat the pains were tar lens severe and I had not used the contends of one bottle betore Mr rip had bid me adieu For sale at jJiaydons drug storey Kentucky Roads The miserable condition v f roads in Keiitudby during the pastwinter has caused the loss of thousands ot dollars to farm e8t Their business has beejn a a standstill whileevjry hin eli e alatIond j lbCflrl system of roads Its up tohem Will they compel action by court officials orlet the matter drop lwhen th mud dries into dusti Will they through fear of a few oents added tax be Billing toji I6o4e hundreds of dollars eac nil j winter or will they actliko busil ness enIit takes imetb a roads and work should bega- oncCXy Farm Journal The Rural Routes J Tlie Fiir Free DelWeryMaIo I Routes Whlcfc Aretot i J Start April 1sttt Y EYttY PART Of TNfCOIJNTYTOIc O1E12eeo SII S day set for the starting of the W Free Rural Mail Deliyery routes out of Springfield and a hoo citizens wfio have been waiting to have their Mail de vened to their doors WJn sCion ccbmmodatedv Acoording the estimates made by the ostofflce department the total population to be served by these M routes ia 2472 and the number f houses along the routes is 527 lcomDlhed length oftbefourb routesIi J aBOUTENOCommencing at tn Past Qcea t Springfield the cr ernlto thence to J9WD 1imitsPle shs1frqnthe Waltons Lick turnpike tQLI olio corner six and ne1oiirtbr miles tbenceSoaih to Litsey r O onehalf UethenceI nntb to ti Polio corn rjueII oWatand threerf1mth tnile thenCe orth and West to MrsM Pile corner three find onehalf milesr thence Southwest to near Booker station oneandonefOurth miles thence Southeast to towoliniitsI even miles h rice to pbstoffice thr e fburlh mile Length ofc 4miles area covered 40 square miles number of houses on route ll4 population served 648 t Bou2tCommepcing athe Post Office Rpcingfield the carrier will go Whence to town limits breeJl fourth miles thence West on dstown pike to Loretto pike oad OttO rnile thenc SOA tlh westtJ o St Rose Echool corner one mije thence North to Bardstown one mile thence Northwest Hamilton corper three and n half miles thence Southerly o Mcln ire P QM three nii Thence Southeast to M Murphy one and onehalf miles thence West to J MucH corner oflpj milej Thence Easterly to- iiisellco1ncr to and onehalf miles thence Southerly to St Miry mid Springfield piker twa and onehalf miles thence Northeast to town limits three and pnefourtti miles thence to Postt OtHer onehalf mile Length of route 21 miles area ccvered 40 square miles number ofr bouses on routet 115 population srved518 ROnTNO8C- emmencing at th P st Ofilce at Spnngfieldj the cakrier w ill go thence to town limits one halfr mile i thencH Northerly ou Wit lsburtr pike to Fitzgerfit cbraer six and onehal miles hence Southeasterly toHKRaybpurne corner four and one fourth miles thence Southwesterly byI ijiain road to town limits eight aud threefourtn uiIesthencOt o Post Office threefourths oft a mile Length of Troute 20JI miles area covered 40 square mites number of houses on route 186 population served 712 ROUTE No4IC mmencii gat the Post Office at SpringHeId the cairier will i Health rFor25yearsl have never Sarsaparillatevery blood makes me feel strong and does me good In every way JoknP Hodnette Brooklyn NY Pure and rich blood Sttries new life ttf pyery part of the body You Lita invigorated refreshed You feel ankioiis obe actl e Y6ubeconiestrong teadycourageouThats what Ayers Sarsaparilla will t for you itH u eijahol1rdoetor what 1laraaparUIL Hbowa a ramllT mtc1le1nIClUoW1IoI iII IwN J m oto K6N go thencetojcity limits thence p Easterlyt out Peryville pike to DEenton1J O nine and One half niiles thence returning WesI Hayes Branch road two and n alf miles thence North fro Beech Ureqlt brUge two miles thetfee Wesfcto PleasantfRun Btfi Mackville road four and nem hall miles Southwest t 8i1imitsnl Botdffice pnq mile Length of route 22i miles area covered st3kai OUSes pn route432populalionat jjervedr594 wT1atl6ngl collection boxes besef rtbeCE Useof T1ettTheseb6xes4 wilt be jbcated as1i at follows JOk rbute No lAat Litaey anaat the store South ofw No 2at- tslStRoaeandt tn office on route No 8atRayO 01boll store onoutQNQ4at Peter tr sons store at Texas and at Cane siAlthoughs yet been received to that eftect itis more th n probable that tar route mail carriers toCanary f o Mclntire and to Jensonton s Will be abolisaed when therurall go into operation 1ihural carriers will carry the mail to tho e ptaties l igaljjo probable that seyerstl1 p ehffices along the tfleriIllt bc- iscontinued but justwbich ones ic is not yitknbWnT S Toe carriers 0h the various outes wall be requ r dtoltave ti tne pbsf office atiSpringfield with their mail at 7 oclock each cmorningrouudssoas to return by 1230R nn time to get mail off on the afternoon train to Louisvilla t The carridrJwill be require to supply stamps and stamped encvelopes for the accommadation of patrons on his route He is- o required to deliver Tegteredh penstonletcelstaUipsOlll letters cbllccted n fordelivery on his route before his return to the pcjstJpffice and purchase money orders for pa f trolls In a word ha is a travelI lug postmaster and when the t payment ot money or4erd bytt carriersYie allowed he will perc form all the functions of postn master at a moneyorder office t Tork1L6Tcrtie f Eight hour laws are Ignoredi i by those tireltss little wornsIt Dr Kings New Life Pills Mil lions are alw ay sat work night and curing iotiigiaslionday Bilh jlousness Constipation Biclt Headache and allstbmch liverjj taDd bowel jtijoublea Easy pleasant sife sure Only 25cts t HaVdbns dreg store v A RemauablcC8 e One of the most remarkable cases tef a cold deejea lIdq the lungs causing pneumonia 14 that of JMrB Qartrudt FenCer Marion Ind who asi entirely cured by the juse ofOneMiu ute Oouih Cure SI1ea3tThc couirn ing and straining so weakened meI iun dowu in weight from 158 to 92 ibi I tried a number ot rotacdles to no avail tULIuied oue Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this woiderrul remedy cured me of the cough andl strengthened my lungs and restored me to ray normal health and strength For sale at CJ Haydons drag store Wints 125O Damages A suit was fuel in the Circuit Court Monday by Mites McKee aKainstthe Louisville t Nash yille Railroad Company Illinois Central Railrund Company land the azoo Nlsissippi Valley Railroad Compapy for 1250 damaires Thp piaipfu alleges thatduriug Jauu ry 1903he contracted witi said companies to ship a carlOad of horse andI mules to Wilson LouIsiana Thet Car contained thirteen horses and fifteen mules hod the plaintiff alleges that one horsa watt killed eleveribadjy inJredtn d severalI mules r bruised iand injured so as to prevent their sale Mr McKeeis a well known shipper 10f finn stock and resides at lknlavorab1ylkn II With his sons for many ye rs71 Standard ftlCfP taN ea eeiybOc eftM wLwtive Biorno Qtii Tbe- VMejims4 thIN TIHRTYSIXSIWTS ei at Close RifetyTwrMei IfI Iru Nerv eJ kttjLY tkree wetW tllr fr1Never did a man display so uchbiaverr and ner tfu did 14 Royalty ttt Saturday Whti fired some 4fiteej ot more iatoodt iJ nd tired a life number of ihoU him Trouole was jgtarted henRoya1ty arrived a the stoeFSinai and met JBaxtlfJ j asked as to why Jbebad iia rtain Statements about hIM- hese statements rideoied il nd Royalty said Yoi are a ar Baxter waauck 10111 swer this with a slap lstbieLhich Royalty aaivfered witk a 15 hot from his revolver balistus terms Baxter side makingna nanlyBaxter then pjulled his revolver tlo thainthe door of his brothcr a ce tore In thi door fiel stood takin1t a shot atRoy alty M quick m hexiouid pull tne trigger of Hs his revolver while Royalty stoodth fearlessly facipgji Jfew Iftway waitinic for l1iiE to himtelf at the door tlf bacasldfs gel a shot at bum StaadKifr there it plain view anil wjtb ba Baxter pistol beJc nc Jiartfe ot lead athim every fewtaecN ondiih9pldire ad rtloa to jis revolver as thoughji was eximplyuntil thirtysir shots had besli alredBounds dressed Baxter ivd but one wound whiCh he received from the first fire andr oysity received but two slightIo fiesh wounds one in thet antith thheas taktsofgtlehoti1sofcJdr e ash Brown whilS Baxter was e taken to his home and Dr Davis t f this plane was called to dress teir wouQtllMr Royalty iis i from Washington county bvthav t eon here for several wMksvar ranging his business with tilta expectation of going to Califor nia Ho has made many frleads wbllehere and all regret to leisTrn of his having gotten into tr eroubleteacher of the lower part ot the ounty is well knoWn well con ected and well liked Both 0tj genqeenas well aitbeir niadsare now rsjoiclag tha A tiehher of Ihem were seriously j iojnred In the unpl lat shoot- tngRoyalty weo arrested byNrI Harrison Seircy deputy sheriff liying at Asobrook and pacecII under guard Mr BearpT guard ing Royalty On Monday nightI Royalty arose frpm his bd sad securing one of the revolvers jhje J had used in shooting atBxWr he told MrBearcy tt Its was going to depart which he did dressed only in hisi Bdfrwtfir 0 e Mr Seamy armed bused l Mid started in pursuit but YM up t able tor loc tthls man ItjiI thought ho iis yett in t6v eoajity arid as he is wounded wilt bt PSunabkcaptured by some eif the mabj whb are on the hunt pt hiTl Lawrencebur If T J ItS ant His LID ifv 555 P H Ianfpr h of LaJ5rai ge Gtt suffered for six hsomthi with frightful runninsr reomiI llee but writes that Bqckleis Arnica Salve wh Uv curerit i five days For Ulcer Wounds Piles its the only salvaiy tte world Cure guaranteed fpf asle at flaydons drug stpre tJh1letherels UfctiicittJt SJaafBlctec1 with eatarrh Cqd41 ueith e tastenor smtlV arid could hel t but little Elys Oreass Balm Cai4 ih Mnacus O Shautz Rai w y 3j J Cream Balm reached lII e safely as4 athethe first apdlleatlon jave isdfc rf i Il1e Respectfully Krt ffra kItIJ FreemauDOVerNE t le Balm does 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to auoun the I CIIA14pjTTON t r l t te oace 1 Clrceit 1 Qi ts tt JudIcIa- jT4 u TotuB OrV J4dsa Tsy1otOY snd WublDXCI i b u ia11 4 jsA4oricywJri8M to aUOCrtt BTN SPALDINGw 1 Atatfor t ee oiai for t 11thbL0 hI Wj AOrY 4 1ELl isIi4et tto i1te etoI- Bc L l eue p rty PrirY- ue Js I 1 b 1r a ot 1H v Mlf81iaK O J1f ty idRf bthen0eaM iiil Atti M1 of the 34h bject to tbeb lit tDsMoerate rtvpyJr aatQI1ed to announce- t J t c mTDtJRHlH o Jla alK1i J fO tt w mis KCcahIAttormey w jiki aetoa ft Demo 74c ieie PiYt t the tevenths je iee1 toteiet eGEposeaof the UMel WashIngton Marion 1 Yi lOrwa JPrtocry Jane P k 1 lh rCrct ClerkL 1i atocidc announce MIL M CAMPBELL aata a iIlh for the ofic of Circuit g ftc ofwtw11IJJg tom county L tH Dmocratic Primary ir lifcru ry 21 iNS U elected wilt be I MMM4 In tbeo4ee by Robe Noe L I For RepreentztieSL xi anthorlnei to announce llj r2 Ht1AD OLAYBROOK- Er i jj eaMidate for the Deapo- eMic a BemiBfttlon for the office j t ilttfMwmtatiye In the lower II o iiof1Cn Ieglatur from Washington county Jur J apfultJberichJ vf tib B CourJdfi Appeals is ihconstiltaltton on the i liiikiiaM eligibility ctte and the f Mtyliam injunction suit AC 1i seoMttolulJlorsat Frankfortv JidgePayflerwi1I writth1 pinloD possibly to both cases jof th court will Affirm Judge Can k krt11 decision in the Mfcbav-fl mit wilt grautthe mandamus k 4 akd by Gpy jBckham to cpm fic pJll1i tofamiltee to place his JMtmoe the baIltbuti11 b rlUiJi 0the eligibility question o TfI vf t l priiifi SALEt rrt rAt place on Atha north iwpnkor th wntersrof1Long r i ir J one rnile hnd i hilf fropiWiI1isbUrg we willj pffeifor l1e to the highest bid ip v 1 iiS t1rd April 4 1903- fejjinninf at10 oclock our farm ebsiating of 27 acres more or I Jfless all iin grass except about 8j crere godd 5 room house smoke bpttie stock barn spring house gardens lirja well fenced Tern acres of as good tobacco lanS M thre sin Washington iAt county Will also sell young h K librbd sow foutf nice w oop tobe fresh a goo J rpilMtonandhamess PtWs paral1 farming impl Bi t mM M household and Mii Jarnifure In case the ar iw 3efppict it will be ottered rent tthe higliestI bidderi i 7 toi Ond t70 tr ianok buriig sU 1Mitre t HoscaiIfr t i1ad ber aaticei forg ef j js due Janj let 19- 0T 4f 8LI1I 5InSut DB1IIN t WILL IJ4BDIN SOEAOE T T T i iieauitt imllltLFrom Tlie tqurttyr iW 1 f i HapesdI mfLCsty P ei It J A1fi jffi 4dRortd by our Iltfnd t j M9999999999999999 999 iUIr- pI Rev Hobbswill preach here i1 nday at1 oclock Rev1I iloblSils ald tobe atiiblemiu thlisterf him a good audience 11 811tastalso trusteesin jjegard to fepiirinEr schbolnouse The contract t been let but we giuly work is finished we will have ahhouse tbatwill be a credit to our community l piTheprcs4tthas the appearance of inThebecrbgrais here spte crop was almost an entire aU1re tbrpugnobt this commu ty 1siQuitewere bur lastweekrbutowing rllhli1fewi gain this time The lp prices J realized this time will not pre ent a large crop from being One of vour farmers said hat thepeople were id such habit pi raising it that the crop j Tould be raised if they did not jli- ealizebut8 cots for the habit as BO strong that they COUlEM otresist Wi1tSuttiinjjsold a torse ton Uard ettI s for65and 1 taught 6nev from John Suttonforr 90 OSc Shuwmaker who iitfrt eraabotit three weeks ago to try the city life has returnedI1 bornelace like home Sam Montgomery and Joe Silt on left last week for IUindi f to orkasfania hands There are some sad hearts left ebiDd but cheer up the boys will return lii ome sweet day Mr and Mrs Dayis Grow off l Pbljn were up Haiutday and Sunday visiting friends anti re atives Mrs Crow will open ia millinery shop at Jolin in the nearfutare 41wMad dogs are becoming a iiusancetothis vicinityi Due belonging to J W Settle went mad recently and so far has nqt been killed Josh Inman ulled one Thursday and S H roolL also killed another on unday Other dogs are doiibt j 4ss hit by some of these rtbi e dogs and the owners are keeping close vat l vertbem v t Mumps islan epmlthrougF out this community Almost every faufily has ona or fn re cases The physicians say thesc1 are very bad mumps and the i fblks bave had Tather nltih pleasant time contending with itI f Mrs Saliie Settle is visiting her daughter Mrs AlbertHines near Litsey this week aWe are now informed that the rural deliVery will start the first April without a doubt We are delighjed with the thought of our mail being brbughl tool ir doors TKisi will do away with the long trip to the office or do without the mail It will enable posttdBonthedai1yatfairs him more time to spend at work on the farm or managinghis bu iness affairs Henry Settles had a very dani gerousbncDtnitrwith a vicious dog Jpriday night while Return ing from Wjliibun He was driving slowly over the mud road neat the Sulphur pring on Mrs Mcilvoys farm when sud denly a large dOi sprang into his buggy and caught bold ofthe breast of his oat1 his teeth pass ing through the coat and pen a trtaing the vest Mr Settle to jjn ttlesttuatanin a moment and drew his revolver and fired three shots in rapid succession before 1thedog relinquished his hold The next morning the dog was found deadnear the place i- ewasare brinley IJoran J swas without a doubt the same dog that hed been attacking our citizens who happened t9be out at night f severrl weeks past McINTIRE 3 i Quite a crowd attended court m Spriiojgtieldl Monday Will Mudd sold io Iafion Sims two shoates for 6 Warton Cecil bought sk hay of T E Ballard lor 10 Tiryman Keeue bought cf Rob cut Wheatly a buggy price un- kflGwn Alex Peak soldl to Mr Thotnj Q viopi 250 JJ CoIeSmocki boughtta j ckon e dieinrI00I t T M Badgetttsoldft JEthnh an aged jack foF oOHe sold to Vancleavie a young jack tor450 I c Our school Superintejident has- tven us our scboolla this little illage and the electjni v is 6 hall he 4th of3ApriyMr Thomas Sllandford js im oving at tins ivvr5ttng Mr Ftank JJp wli ng is nq better i Miss Ida Haydpn IIof Canary p ent Saturday and Jaunday with MissjEtta HIU Mr Robt WhelnjV has gbhe to aMemphis Tenprto accept apos tin Miss SusjefKeenel is visitingi er grandmdtrteb neaiPIeaSanttt rove Mrs Ormsny Pkrrolt of anick is yisltinl her fathers p Simcns eiihre Misses Ettat and Dissie Hill cntertaiopd a number of their friends at dfnner Sunday t Quite a number of our citizens have got their boxes for freede very which is to start soon j J P Simms arid daughter r Parfottj visited Hillory Mclntire and family Sunday ight MickviIIo l 7 f i iIB a it llips romitheSuh w ore the has Eeispendingthe winter J Mrs fAd a Arnotd has been yisitng her rantrier Mrs Fannie Parks in Louisville for the past week Several of our citizens are suffer ng with mum ps this week GF Wvcoff of Centre Col lege Danville spent last Satur day and Sunday at home with his parents Mr and Mrs J HI Wycoffi The remains of Llr yd Haydf n rebiobght tbere from Louis ville Thursday for burial Mrs Fanmei Thompson has reo turned from Bloomfield where she has been with her daughter Mrs W Lr Leachman for seve ral days The new Baptist church a t this tiftbdMay Mr Adams has moved his pic ture gallery here and is doing some first class work in thatline Mr Aaron Tumey who bias been quite ill fer some time is reported no better at this writ ngThere inttown next Sunday it being the fifth Died on the 20il near this place Uncle Lee Crawford as he was familiarly called after a long and suffering illness c cancer His remains were in terred at Glens Ureek burying ground Deceased was about 90 yellS of age He leaves a wife and severn children f Pleasant Hill 5Ur Joe Ha shad Ihtt misfortune to losea valuable horE la week He was supposed to have ten the blind staggers and couldit hoe his way He ra into the river and drowned Mr Thomali Hedger of Cu nishyllel was visiting relatives here last week Abner Foster purrhased som corn ot Milton Shields lat week Prl e250 per barrel reekkof this vicinity There wero several tobAcco beds burned Miss Annie Royalty spent Sun day last at the lion ot Mrs Mary HeJger dMr Ed Foster ani wife spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs H C to orge Armstrong nearShirpsj d1 ileL 181 lifeMrst lck r n wjth paralysis on the2diHt1dtl on the llth Remains jwere terrea 1 li mAnt OrhC cemeteryli JtlMrJM tRoyalt oflfAnR ch was visiting here Friday night l Iopo thatt1ie many rhrsf- th s pap r will pard n lthis uninteresting lletter nJd J hopa jf o dq betrtthnO i d lMearddughter of James Iffeel t pngMarch 12ih of consuminCShe was1 a very brsibbgith landt refesed faith in Cnrist iarfrw vbeioltDchurch She bore her afflictions without a murmur She lileaves lather stepmother and two sisters besides a host of friends to n ourn her loss We extend our most heartfelt sympatiy to tHe bereaved Ones Remains weYefiihterred at Fairy iewqe me tenY VirENWICKj ri itMr fcfemii Uelssjpent Saturday and Sunday Avith his mother near heref j yjsilingherauntt ai Raywick tMh J Cull had the misfor muchowSaturday1 Mrs Mary Hughes and 6iiil renVof Wiilisljurg spent surtday and Sunday with her brpth- ar Mr Bob She maker f Alex Smith bought a work horse from John Barker fprj4Q MiSs Maggie Smith openda school at this place Monday morning with a good attendanlce Mr Joha Houchens and wife and Ms John Rose of Iilp9dsI burgj visited Mrs W F Logs don here last week t5Mrslv Times spent last week witherr daughter Mrs Alex Smith jj Lothsville1iswithh Mr A G Tumey is no bee at this writing jij Miss Tillie LitseYof IBhis place and Dr H M Baxter jjef Duncan wero quietly marrietat the residence of Mrs W JF Logsdon Wednesday afternoon Rev LloyH offlcittting j d tiardrsiy Schoolhousd- n ii Miss Lizzie Snyder of Ctfrt- pjlin is visiting friends and iatiyeshere c T Mrs Mollie Williams hd daughters Misses Della and Mat tie1 spent Monday with Mrs Ereston Moore i V Mr Frank Yancey of itliis place and Mias Pearl Hardlio of Wiltisburg were married at tue resdtnce of Rev R sMe last Wednesday May their bc a long and happy life ItQuit a number of our farmers attended Cqunty Conrt Monday Mr Robert Gray visited rel a tires at Rose Hill taturday a nd Sunday- h J Millineryrjjjj- We havq a Milinery estabt 4 a mrt in connection with air stor at Polin and have broiig iti IIQn a nice line of new spring rtoex erisnced miilii o CROWSONPOlj- nTragedy M In Marion n Xill rumen wild or crpky negro whose home was at BolI land Nelson county was te weekknear Gravel Switch Marion county in which hc lost his life 1and foutf men officers ofL sheriffs possee whwenttoa 1Jost him wore wounded It seems thatvthe Imah had pJtI in an appearance at peniC where he told Mr Mays a cler j for Mr W H Smith that howls AAAAAAAAAAAA J t 1Relieves Insta- rijtlyCatarrh 7f r Sore Chest Frost Bites Muscles2oc50cSVWtfitepAA NW Foy C JHaydon1 tram Nelson county Here the IputySharUfWiUiamst I I search o4 hIm lf yoertook him near Siloam and undertook arrest him he resisted and rawitfgare blver begat firing the men 4ln the f fight that ollbweVi Jofin lever was shot in Ie head Sam Payne in the arm ndGa1Flbd in the back All hree are painfJillybut not fatally nrouDded Sheriff Williams was shot through tile side The jfazy man was shot by Mr Wjl liams and instantly killed None the parties had weapons ex ept Mr Williams and the negro t is said the latter had two pis tols DepulY Williams isim roving and it it now thought all the wounded men will recover rumes was k own in this coun where he has relatives He as a mulatto and could hardly e told from a white man Lion Co statesof The greatest nation in the world Is the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee la the standird beverage of every state and territory of the Union Itspuretbatwby pack1uvi NOT LUCK JMT GOOD JUDGMENTr Saves Properly and Lives of many People ot the Kentucky State Fair Louisville Ky The Louisville Courier JournalI of September 24 1902 published the following HAt the State Fair yesterday a thousand people or more had climbed upon one of the sheds where fine thoroughbred sheep confined for exhibition to wit ness the headon collision be tween the two big engines s fapartthe great fair The shed gave way and the people and shed fell in one mass to the ground Fortunately no lives were lost and no serious results followed have numerous bruises and scratches but had it not been for the strong Page Woven Wire Fence stretched around the iin closure to confine the animals the loss to the owners woul- fhave amounted to thousands dollars Life fire Accldeitfc Real Estate gIfts you call on Masterson 1 Wharton second floor Robertson Block Spring field Ky telephone No 78 They represent nothing but A 1 companies and will attend promptly to any business intrus ted to them Commissioners Sale M Turner admr plff IL CTurnerc defts Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuiti Court rendered at the February term tbereoflUO3 lntheabovestyledcaw II shall proc ed to offer for sale upon the premises occupied by the late S F Turner near Texa8t Washington County Ky on- SATURDAY APRIL 4 1003 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder tit public auction upon a credit of one and two yeai the following described property The farm on which the late S Fa Turner lived at the time of his death near Texas in Washington countyft Ky containing 2251 acres The above Is a well improvedfarm it with good comfortable dwelling out ImproveImente adapted for grain or sto kraisin wellI Is well localed on a good pike about mile from Texas and about sevenlone miles from Springfield and convenient to school and churches Also at same time and place and by virtue of said Judgm nt I wUl sell tract of land on the waters of the Little Beech and Hayners branch bounded By the lands of Mrs Mary A Rowe and the land of the Turner heira and containing acres Also at same time and place the farm known as the Mitchell farm and bounded as follows on the North by Hayners branch south by lands of Mrs John Cocanougher east by theI r Texas and Mackville pike west byI landfWTUeaThis of land Is a nice farm well watered and improvedl and is a fine farm for stockraising Fpr the purchase price the pur chaser with approved security or sureties mustkexecute bonds bearing legal interest from date of ualft uhtfi paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be reI rqulredto comply promptly with these terms 0rH0SAMEDLBY M C VCC rhi gnstno is on every box ot tb geenli 1xatiyemoQuinbe s i Th 1 To Cure a Cold in One tTLa Bromo Quinine T its ss d pstla TWI ljiJiWijjiiiI illWiij iwwiiwtil W The Farmers Sllpply llodc 3t rr lil t j il t Y Vwfj 3f r L3 rt t 3 dp3Tt n f THO4PSON GREEN t1 jgJf f i313 Is the place to C7 owithy urpr9 U5 5 get your Supply of 7 =I Icst I V l I FIELD S17j6D r Tj m itU9 f OfaU kinds Agents for OLD HIGKOORY WA9PJIJH4c3 for the Belebrated t 13 i f I ELL OOD STEEL WmEtFEBCJD o v JS JiHiJi1r br 4 jOur line of buggieS for eSpr fig Trade j beginih ta arrive and is niore elaborate than ever X j II 1 COAL in any Quantity at lowestt Ppes C S 1 i THOMPSQH GREEN sPR1Ext1P I m M m mH Commissioners Sale Pltrs1vS loj1sate r Pourt rendered at the February term thereof 1003 in the above cause I theIFIUDAy MAnOR 2LJC03 Ifat2 oclock pmor thereabout to the highest bidder at Public Auction upon a credit of slxQ and twelvemonths the following described property towit house barn and lot situated on the north side of Main street in Willisburg Washington county Ky beginningat Wtstraight 1i ewithW GBarnetts line to corner of John Shewma ers line thence Northwest with John Shewmakers line straight to J B U8iIsaid Sear thence Southeast straight with said Seal 811l1e 54i feet thence South west wihSeays line 1631 feet to center of Main Street making a straIghtdivIdingtine between buggy house adjoining1 blacksmithshop from ware room adjoining store house thence South west 3k feet to the beginning containing onehall acre more or less ieptltdsecurity or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of audgxnent Bid ders will be required to comply promptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY MCwIC9- COMMISS1PNERS SALE WASHINCTONTON 1Q CffiCUlT COURT ZY Alon OpJtf81Astalnst Klmberlln 0 Dfdts uity1r Acertalnblacksm1ths8hop q ity lJrvirtne q4ti Judgment and order of aalle of Washington1 Circuit Ooact rendered atthe February term thereof 1903 In toe above cause I shall proceed to offer for wile At tle Court House door in Springfield Ky on the 28th day of March 1903 at oclock p m or theroahjont to the pnblJoaucUonuponea credit of following described property towitt A tract of ling l1ta tedln Washing totf county Kentucky on the waten of peecb Fork arid bounded ai follow towit Beginning at a double syca more tree on the west side ofa drain in Prior Hays line thence south vrltl 8the center of the ccnnty road as It meanders to the MusTy line corner to Prior Hays JwHay and JT Kim berlin i thence north of the north gate post of JT Kimberlln to a stone cor nerto said JMT Kimberllnl line tbence east to a tooo in the center pi tbo old road aa it mcandera to a stone thence northeast 30 stops io the be glnnlngcontainlngS acres more or less For the purchase pried the pnrchas crorparcbaqera with approved security or suretIes must execute bond bearing legal 1ntrcstfrom date of sale until paid and having tho force and effect of a judgment Bidders awUl be wqulredto comply promptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY M CWC0 SPRING 1903 Blue Grass Kurseries s Fruit arid Ornament al trees grape Vines small fruits asparagus rQeu barb and every thingfolorchardIawflgarden Strawberry an gen eral catalogues on re quest HF HltLEHHEYfiR 4ISOR LeiInhtOfl K THE WHEELER oefffrifnn H Screen 5 L J FLY PROOF Can be Locked at Night i 1rCan open and close outside ihutter wttfeoot trouble No waiting for man fcvput them tin anybody can do this Wc wiilitelt Canwash your windows without trouble Can take out and lay away through winter expnMustiJIcfind tBemojd sale at the ote vtf Spnngrflefd Lumber CcirH untI1MrgFlycomes L 7 The Re Sfmp l SpecWMeficei- 1i1 i1AllJ collectors of RedRk SUaiptwiltpi ciiic- ih at our headquarters Wood of CAMptftlJi 4ruf1PseyIIf4 time between how aod Murch litfc H hey ttetriiIs away w CfcrWt MMit Jft A I I OiIS Tc wB r tc i i Will bt given awny oe Oristet r Jlemeinber the metcbnwhglyeyiRar till the jeading merchants of Spn1ngkWa4 CASH trade t GRUNDY CLAYBROOiB Ir Md tt1YIJ kJJOHNCSLklJERBestinTown l JOHN YtM4YE8 WDCIIL1- RCBERTSONIr I Ask for the Red Strnps and tilI EARCYtat OsestIt next Christmas presents and renieibIryo tbiogyrlth REDS atarhsJtt pcJi 1 J a fACO DARE JR KB 1I2 IN VOL 3 N S HK Will make the season of 1q03 at the Fair Grounds Springfield at V 15 to Insure a Living Cult Waco Dare Jrls By Waco Dare 1027 by Chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrell 68 by Black Eagle 74 by King William 67 by WMhlngtom Denmark 64 by old Black Deitaark be by Imp Hedgfbrd W co prf Jr first dim Beetle by Priana Dst mary ne by KinisDenBiarkt k ky Star Denmark no lY bldBlaok Dea markihe by lisp Hedgefori Wmco1 second dam was by Tnb Rose bf by CabbleaLexlngtonS P Third dam by Duluth Beby CabbleB Lexington ST He is a eaatitai dark bay a little dappled with very heavy maw Mt taU goes all the gaits ndJa a See driver He Is16Kand Is 1M actor Hia colts are ijliiirtri 3 RWAJJa prIng1ehlXyTh jprempttr obtalnU8 M 11IltreereDOS II PatefltOfIOiws OppositeU S s The X l ka Bnrn Sh i j1sllIlIIISIIJ Jt Will sake the d ililataye- tabk half i1s west e Sude1dt sear t 3asIeW44ia to Ire a L1vingtIi- earetae4 s olepayz- ient fule e je arcTeat ii5ctsati t 111M ouHlaar occw riilaen itM 4MtMIom- ses Be coaibtec tke bus dMark Diaae4 M n4tbtbst rarclClilef and r s Mark Diixd M wu OM o tte greatest nitlt IM kani IMMs the State crer pro fcxW Kate by LaFRYSft w d a- colts as pH bssever prqKacre bjr o i wcL shows that tw crMc prethcs tke ke t liMfcj kotm- Xnria Russell tt b a chestnut aorreU Ml kMd tbevy an awl taU Ms to aI1itfor a- HIsMrdtL 7 tt Ii t ftwkMmiSBut aeyr owS e Iiys Heiiiy 4tf11t It vto tSbheals the uagI ana security Jron as ttIiotr It nla Refute k w 1i rwITRTON NTIT ACTtt T PAIN Stan B1ockp tTu fGF1ELD KY tal Work Strictly 11rtCM LLAMPTONI u OFF1CI D Jy 11- tEDrff + LrtIfor J Ii DsitThoorf IiIf t FGRlia9 41 4vpfINx T LAw II k J apRINOFI LD ICY 3 i i iI1 klait i tt loh t IeDttWtWMct I 4 f jr pt aI1T a Ujb hiad ot a OUb- O14Lfllmbs Mt rLISIp tti widow and famllr ilMire la t k jacMto of tMr lbwr M jfJM MCV tfcew ta to part ki it If family pima 7 3sa ig In the a k d atay at J I will Mt be lesta iiI11 tit e t iL t jadgiaent ia ir sL t7i4 a1 r ii L iMMt iiidwttiow QtI M will aa a relgioss pee s dM Watxl at My rate the t ilMfc ItsM tlsa Nlv4 Yet7 a wdffiaa J e ayIa tM eeeo w iMotoitJi te cbwch aud MriMM Mb4Htr will keep 1 at eeBett1k JLsierl 1 e cMiita ttll w ataMM Ja oftea itfcat raatate ell1 of all iIii1aM tiWttMltk eyes wheas 1L zr Jt pewer to Ir1v IWM ui stfc t5 eh1kt WOUld t I wft iee aasthe day I angry bsbdsd say tobs rftits Iedlaatlee drove Ma uljr to didlraetioa Xtet pM qattea ji Kel yean I aat apv they have fare sore hIt es be a mgtkwi tkt bead between a i ni IttU cf teo k st 4ome tlc hrf ktgr WM recalled by some statla ttM that XMtaUy eoiaMted from BetEa ipi wWok ssk vkines- I Tst Matt1ci bays been carefully yrthMi fnm the 4Ivorce courts and ihow ttet Mt dt 180041T0iCHMQ t w f a4M where there were chitsIU wese there waa taecl1Ud t tiler were two children J bNs Weft three children 25 wet tbrt were four children 12 wes Hfetf were lye children and 10Ii iifciir fbt wee jrfx children New TtPMmg Wea MOM JNKMM are ef the opiates that t fwrlU f WM spea thin pieces tt WNWL iMMtlMte YIa1eRce tilt jisediVMMUI and were frequently toverw with wax wkMr was of course more f Miifl written tMi than the bare tfiM Wlwi wax ATM used errors were t VMrfNr WiktlV rabbins with the MM epdW Ute pIe of metal which Mrr 4 ftr a pee To ake the writing MM ThWt HaffiMitttat soae black etai was Jiaiiarti ever the cur ttwwu uti MMUJWd IB YtiS tH tJ Itet Ii Lsi1vat1o is a human tJt iosndng beit in weak Like its ottineyoung ia dd sometimes Jm 1IPiMhi weak land and the iiswill ditiappetr ftie 1at lung fertilizer isi Wqd S 4t Eimuklon ii too bit itisv ryrnl bEdigeat iI iiHi td ttconsump j fr fwfceik you begin trying t Ihide it from ypursfell 0lHietr see iti you wont i Dot wait until you cant frc live ypurself any longer gi with the first thought totoke Sott Emulsion Hit treaMy ccxisumption Bttcfa thebetterroui11so- oiti4tkatid 1 be etten for the tient IfItS tyoiicant expect to be ciedat llce 14th if you wil bi1 intiJM and will be Iy regular in your treat dOUwill1win Scotts EmuUioo freshai- rtaaeatIMt afl ou all you aj that the treatment aad flits the beat b1MtDt sli ecl tiletMonfrae a ta tile I a e0II =c5COTT4 BOWNE Chntsm9 isri St t VL 4g TO1NtI T IMO IiI a III lJ 1 i LIcI Hf eitinc T st1 tM FfSMdiest and UttMt i i fH Afc itYourwrfT JFHtHdft AcqItsLt- strturiivrVCJ1t MdtoesatJibbsh- 4es f tl All kinds of seed potatoes at 02 W Hag ans 1k1tklid1 ke r SeJ at Jno 0 Sbaders Grand Millmery display at iMansfiilds Aprii 4th Potatoes onious and set- scbeapatJpoC Shaders I Country lard bacon shoulders iridbamzatOWtagansSee4 seedi airJdnds at T IrVine McBlroys Call and get my prices before you buykyour eed potttoesi C Wi Hagan iOne second handel measure igl l by Johiio E4kCrotoMrs Kate Williams or the newest things mnejokvear And fancycombs J Rt1Xi0 haliiJ h soi dried and evaporated fruits at T Irvine McBiroy Luther Burns Springfield is for the Page Fence See j himfor prices etq Dont forget that I carry a large stock of groceries prices always right C W Hag n i If you have fencing to do bii spring use Page Woven Wire Fbnce Luther A Burns agent FOR BrSix r omsin 1utl ingoverJ A ShadersJ grocery LUTHER A BURNS Country produce bought and old highesti market price paidl cash if preferred 0 W Haga White Fish reduced to 7c a pound to close out T Irvine McElroy Ladies are yeq estt to call at Mansfields for stylish suits skirts corsets gloves hosiery tc Remember C W Hagans is the place to go for ynur garden eeds his stock is c6mpleteand prices right Now on sale at Mansfields full spring line of Queen Quality Shoes Oxfords Sandals and Slippers Rev George Douglass pastor of the Baptist church will preach at Johnsons Chapel next Sunday afternoon at 3 pm Remember Thompson Green are the only dealers iin Spring field who handle the genuine Oliver Chill ei plow repairs The NEWSLEADER job department is well equipped to printrhorse oDd jack bills in the best s leana at reasonable rprices The best Woven Wire fence oh earth istbePageLuther AJ Burns of Springlieldagerit him for prices aud furiherpat cnlars Ihandle all makes of sewing machines A five drawer oak with attachments 3 50 I n the exclusive agency for veI genuine timetiried ffiretestd Singer PHII THOMPSON Keep your poultry heattby preventative and pure for all poultry diseases on sale at Poultry house Springfield Ky the best rernedieshnowu Alt guaranteed or money refunded pWANTED to know that they cart get their grinding qOnenydaythoy come to our mill at Willtsburg We will also Day cash for corn and wheat BURNS MclLVpy Rev W MJBtaUiugs formerly ryiK17ron nextSundayJ March 29that llr ftN aiMlaf- J w Hbp ihesanOdiyat JpiI INeJ ThainioThOmsDni ham a well io dp colored man wbp died at his home in Jeffer I cmYille Ind recently were bro htftere forhurLl Tuesday nip nfforsiery live dhi thl5 Co i t Amaog fbit hdfial here jfondmy Wtr X 0 MeKlroy sold to For 4t Logan of Danville a brown gelding for125t J L Wimsatt sold to W SGiWfcj TOPtGS1 I sprrell gelding and B H Mulli gan to Boyd Harbison of Shelby sorrell gelding Wec arise to remark that work has again begun on the new Masonic building Rev George Douglas will have f rhis subject at the Baptist church next Sunday morning What about HeayenV Miss Bessie Boblett has taken a place with Mrs Kate Williams and will be glad tQseea1 her friends Mr FR Mudd sold to Wallace McElroy one 8 jndntn old jack for 175 Mr Tine Cecil also sold to same party one jack about same age 125 Those citizens haying mail boxes to put up will do well to inuire about the law regulating the placing of them They must he tour feet from the ground and within reach oftbe carrier in his wagon There will be an Old Fiddlers contest at the Opera Housethis place on the evetingof April 14 The affair promises to beofun usual lnterest and a number of well known fiddlers of the vicini tv will take part Candidates enlivened the day here Monday by spnie speeches in the Court House Among tboseo present their claims were Bn Spalding and Henry S McElroy of Hiebunon candidates for Commonwealths Attorney Hon Josh Griffith of Daviess county candidate for State Treasurer and others j THarry and Will Grigsby two young farmers of the Litsey neighborhood isold a crop of tobacco to HMMoss consisting Of 8350 lbs He paid them seven cents for all but 1000 lbs for which hegave them four cents rn addition to this he gave them a premium of i6for being the best handlers in the county Dr GeorgeShauDty of this county received the news last iweek of the death of his aunt Mrs John L Norris who for tp r1lived at Frederickstown and whose husband later built and operated for several years tjbie Norris House at Lebanon MK andMrs rrisbsyrmany friendsand relatives in Washing ton 1Madoncol1nty Auctioneer S M Campbell reports the sale of Preston Purdy On Pleasant Run oq the- l9thas being well attended and- that everything sold high Horses brought all the Way from 60 to 150 each Mr Campbell also cried the sale of W P Arnold tbatIlivestock Mrs J G Mansfield is now jecQivujg large spring stock of Millinery Ran had two ship min from New Yorkat prices to please the economical Gage Pattern Hats for the most fas tduous and stylish besides many Other pattern hats from the most uptodaie wholesale houses isIcordiaiTypatronage so1ici d a The rural free delivery mail carriers flLyEt received thefr ap pointments x begin April 1st They are as folows Route No 1 JJogaij L IWalkerj route No 2 Warren Niallyi route No 3 Nat P4 Thompson Jr route No4 George A Neikirk OF Whar ton was first on thelist for route No1 but be had declined to serve Jand the appointment went to the applicant with the next highest grade The moving picture show which wili be exhibited at Johnson Chapel Methodist church JPriBay and Saturday nights is said to be One of the largest arid best shws of its kind The great PassIon Pl v will be shown and thi pictures am all new and attractive The adniission has beea reduced to 10 cents and ther will be reserved section for white citizens who desire to attend mr rtSaythewel1knownhas business for a number of years tJi iiyille hs Bounty filed through his attorney C C Me Chord adeed of assignment for- bebnefitOf iAgiMtoTSj Mr HUllonDDENTIST OFFICE Risen Borti ni Hnrraanently located SPBiNQFIELp KY W P Neikirk is made assignee Tbepetiti nstatesthat the debts are about 6 000 and much more than the assets Quite a large number pi creditors are named among whom are Mercer National Bank Citizens Bank of Lawrericebnrgj L Cr Robinson S Schogbam Nelson Royalty Louisville Grocery Coi Taylor Royalty and others There hasbeen some changing of ownership in real estate aSpufc town recently Mr AlbertC- KiplhaUbaspurcplsedofMrs Jonnie Thompson the lousaand lot onthe Lebanqn hillnow occupied by Sheriff Byron Croake fqJ 3OO Mr Croake bought of Lytle Kays his house on High land Ave for 1800 and Mr Kays bought of TW Simms a house and about 50 acres of land a half mite from town on thet Loretto pike Mr Kays gets the house and several acres of ellandMayes Price about 60 There waS a good crowd in town on Monday but the live stock MB rket was rather slow there being only a limited number of offerings Auctioneer Sam Campbell reports selling 10 steers 2 yes old at 34 per head two yearling calves at 24 per bead and allot of lugj horses at from 25 to 75 per head Col R E Whayne reports the dlldwing sales fFen head of 2 y aroldsk lS at 3825 per head 13 head of yearling steers at 3060 pernead 1 much cow 18 18 year old mule 70 lsix year old jack 106 one 12 year oltt mare 80 one 5earold gelding withdrawn 185s I rubber tire buggy 1030 a few hogs oh the market but did not change hands at the pric of the bidder Three yearling heifers 14 per bead qne 7 year fold mare 32 50 head of sheep with 39 lambs withdrawn at 435 per head Mr John Wotts one of the organizers of tftei Burley Tobac coGrowers Association and Mr W H Booker were here Monday to interest the Washington county tobacco growers in the move ment to form an association of tobacco raisers for mutual pro tection Mr Botts addressed a crowd of farmers at the Court house in the afternoon and ex plained the objects of the asso ciation He made a good impression and it is probable that the farmers of this county will join the prganization as soon as they are better acquainted with its workings A county organization was formed and delegates appointed to represent the county before the state organi allIaroused over the tow prices they are compelled lo accept for their product on account of the com binations and trusts among the buyers and they irealize that in order to combat the difficulty they mus organize and fix a schedule of prices hat will yield them som returns for their la bors A large number of coun ties have joined organization IIf its a billions attack take Chain berlains Stomach and LiTer Tablets For sale Hardens drug store Iriiirf r IIGROCERY R S NAYES Jr roprletor z it Everything new and veverytftjrrg f in stock usually found inan uptpdate drpcery 1 1i rupC4t J Jt TRYITIcIjjiO U R Daisy White lIuthe5Obelisk the leading brands Gpuntry Lard Snowdrift 40ffees5all the leading brands t HIENZESI PPLE UtTER I t1 t1and Mixed Pickles N Pile V better I q i youriorders No 57 I fREE EL1VERY I7iZ JoaH Griffith for Treas j urcr Theabpve is a good likeness sf Hon Josh Griffith of Daviess county candidate for the Democratic ttojnination for State Treasure who was at this place Monday In ih interest of his candidacy JbsIi ciHffj this by no means a stranger ri Wash ington county for he has many warm friends and acquaintances here He served on the State Central Committee with the late Thomas W Simms Ja of this place land the last time he was here was to attend thb funerall of Mrl Simms Mr Griffith haft always been known as a worker for Ins party and has friends all over tike State who are for him for anything he wants These friendjsiiave perfect confidence m hisucc seas knowing the mnnonscious of his fitness re cognising his skill in politics and remembering his services to the part 0in season and out of seaon they could not expect anything elseiHe has never asked an offlce of his home people but that they gaYe it to him and always by majorities that attested their regard for him In return he has fought the battles of his people and has contributed hin time his energy and his money freely at all times for their bene tit pe feel safe in sayjng that in giving their support to Josh Griffith for Srate Treasurer the Denbcratic voters of Washington county will make ho mistake and that he will piove himself worthy of every confidence IJ For Sale- Mifbouseandloton iBardstown road three quarters of a milE fronj Court House House has four r oms Lot contains two acreVgronnd with fruit trees and otb r improvements William Waters tiitJ1I iiIiliititiw iUi tj iliitifi itiili SAIATMFR1 I 4ii1 A WATCH that will cost you Et nothingand rim that will prove f- g VALUABLE Jfi WATCH the ailjival ofO ew Goods dai1yjat1 our Store 2 t ti- WI ATiCH the vdlow prices f we are malung and itI f 5i 1Aj a UnQt regifet 3 q WE only ask a few minutes of your a TIME to showjiE our goods and fEa make piices wh4hi will ncef = you that it is wfch your TIME fe to Deal with t iiROBERTON4 EROS 2 lWOr m m t m t t i J t EFRSONAU Mr JVC Clements is in Louisville this week Mr Glenn C Wood WS in Bardstown Sunday Jim Thompson of Bardstown was in town yesterday Mr Bush VanArsdale of BTar rodsbnrg was here Monday Mr John Wv Kelly is Grille sick at hisiiome near town f Miss Mary JilkersOn of Lebanon is visiting Miss Ifaomi Brown Miss Margaret Pope is visiting her sister Mrs James Bunnell at Lebanon Mrs A R Bhultz visited Mends in Lebanon the first 7f- toe week Miss JMargaretEaganha gone to Hawesville to accept a posi tion as milliner at that place Mrs Moore of Mercer county visited her sister Mrs JBRoBards of this placQ last week Judge Patteson Was shaking hands with the voters on the streets here Monday Mr John Brown has gone to Louisville where he is summon ed to serve on the jury in the United States Court Th2conditionof Mr NPThompson is unchanged thjs week and he isr thought ttobe growing weaker every day Word has been received her teliling of thafseridus iillness of Mr Dillard Tapp who is at Cairo 111 He has typhoid feve with pneumonia and is very sick I Miss Hattie Whayne of Louis yule oldest Daughter of rCol R E Whavne who came up on last Saturday reiurned on the5 oclock train Monciypffer spending Sunday with her parents and many fridTttsI Mr J W Mansfield went to Louisville Wednesday to attend an Insurance banquet attbe Galt House giChtoilro Ken tucky Agency to meet Mr Tar bell 2d Vice President of the Equitable Life Assurance So ciety of the United Sttes Mr Mansfi lds toast will be Insurance and the Kentucky Farmer Cant Afford It Young man If you cant afford io carry a small policy on your life how can you afford to assume the obligation of provi ding for a family This is asp rious matter Stop and consider and before you ask your best girljto embark with you oji the matrimonial sea of life go to the office of Ma tersonWhartotj ana secure a policy in the Great Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co and on the dayof your marriage present to the partner you baYe chosen a present that will provide a compe tenoy for her when you have gone to rest A Card I am now located opposite Presbyterian church ground floor I thank the public for their liberal patronage in the pst and kindly ask for a con t nuance of jkhe saide I feel sure that Icannot fail to pleeseatl as IPY line ot milineryvis complete In every particular MRS KATE WILLIAMS Import ant The rural mail routes of this county gointo operation April 1st Your mail boxes are now xeady for delivery Those who have not contrajctejlU a 1oXf cap get one ofthuignedb- y applying at pI eAAiat class upto dateBox FREE with each subscription to aQaUy paper W E LBACHMAifi j iJ s = iasrr GUNNINGAMDUMGN8 STORE o 1 And see the great thsplay of 100 EmbroIderIes 1 t t 1Laces f 1 LaceiesT 1 ry v Lace Coors1eJJ I in unsurpassed variety ot t I WitSHC00DS in Silk Ginghams Mcrcerm ized iGrinhanas Mercerized Waistijigs KnickerbocJis Vo lesc WHITE GOODS iu Mercerisedi Madras Oxfords Piques c I Y CARPETS 5 J Jiist Received the largest stock tc pets in Tapestry Brussells Ingiraiijst lIand Grranites China and Japanese Mattings Linoleums and Oil Cloths that we have ever shown LaQURTINThe most effective designs in Lace Curtains ranging in price Worn 40c t OOR paIr W7LLPPBR stockIofWall Paper in baiitif l combina tiOIlSof French Eattems Crowns I8 Florals Tapestries Ingrains and Tile It would certainly interest ypUv to jg visit this departmBnt r J We offer special inducements to Kcash buyersin pri sadthe BlueI Rebate Stamps Call for yourwstampsi t Yours Very Respectfully Cunningham S Duncanh 1J j i I II I IWe invta iffi Inpcti- Of f cviir new Quarters and our fl Jet i Springl gStock of 8t t IJ Our sore haviiig been remodeled and enlarged now offers an oppprtTiiiUf for the display of our mineiise stock of GLO HINhgg DRY GOODS AID which is being added to verydayby 3t fJtBt I WieL have receni1yadded a nW department carrying1 i9A ES MAPPINGS Iii LINOLIUMS OIL OLOTHS AND WALL PAPER i ft These goods are the newest and llatest ffi stylesI Yf We have one entir t HM wfHtM wmJU iff fB lined with SHOES Many Styfoc and vail ass CalltoseeuweareCrotliiitr ltHeall k f ttfB Iii GRUNDY CLAYBHOOKE WcWHRE 001111 = = Good Better Bttf There are many Life Jnsur au Companies doing business in Kentucky They are all good Some are bettjer than others All things considered like farms in Washington centieis the best You want the beatdpat ou Then doaS be sid tricked butgeb a Policy iii the old Northwestern Mutual l MASTERS N iyHARTpN The Ipsuran a Agent = D Nf Dont P0t S If you wnt Let 1Itdont aab atb bs t bN1 lit Ji b WprI W p- blo Ottsrs tS1 0S- Rorto k irB- arbes ie 1r Lagr omytf Tterfl MBckly tieciarat1vpsw of Foys Honey and Tar there isnoh1ngjut t aa good S ldby vVqdi x Campboll lb8 1 f O tt 4e Jbju djtoirted altet tifyinf g PpaQtJdthe Cuba tr tti M tbi iwraiet without r MMMl Dltbe latterwith wtbA i ntmittee aiaenaments r WrD U1t itaprov 1OhI jtgointo tff ct until ap- bjr botV Js of Con k t ft othr that no other aiSLli e pde in the tcheduWt fthe Dingley i 1 iIl rtv 1eliodoffive years f t1 YOi on ilia Panama Canal ty ai 7 tou wySenntQrs- J JlclAlittjnUrganPetu8 t tl UeVutiuivg ilts ibla t T f f j lwo y vere spent In de kWUWO1 ban treaty after the jntftctkct ot the Panama Cimal i iM i w JmPllshedn taclrlitf erdiLn amendment t proyidinf oAt American flour l jhottid b iMerteiin Jthe class oi i goods epttitod to reduction pf- id f Pet Mttt Iromthe Cuban tariff igUM aM ator ITewlands of f jhW iito amendjcnenfr he t dfawi to ti Cuban xaciprocity- bBlirbr nit P a ed the House providing for an invitation to 1 Ovba to Wcom annexed to the t TDBttaA StatM Many of the k iMMoeratte St tors who had in Wflnti 1lf iebe the treaty at fi jLtf i fniMi ftom so doing JS ttJ f oa UM mcmad that they pref rr dtOMLve tbelr fire until the j lIiU wlttiftt provisions of the treaty to Htect gbquld comet WoniHHM next session Prlil1ett MriOUIIYdis- t ra he treaty having F bY cQm ii Ui preventrrits oinK into it JVbe be first 1S MiMfkitef ctB he threatened to eU Oocjfer s in special ses km imaMdialely to pasthene I titiMiijr lrjpilnfhn On second Ihoof k lK weve i he decided atteallM ron bfore i t e 1ffoYII1 rif lt U rh P1 t111 npt yet de Pite personnel of eciMMlComiMronand ha uat he wilt notrcon Y MtetJB4 matter until he returns i Vr Jrw kk wwtern trip next June Y 7 t Ttiere are Many applicants for 1 r v ifcepiontioa inducting Ex Sea o t v irJpttY of ArlcanSas Exea 1 t V JMWFSwtt ot Kansas andJBx t GoyermorSayers of Texas and According to the terms Jj r tthe billlour members of the ji 1 j jC fairAsion will have to be civil ev ineers and three civilians f n feenutora Haiina AJdrich 1 rJi t Hale Lodge Bepew and oher v yr0aainent senator have espres l to 10u corr sp mc t wTij piitaaogf conMdence that Cplumbi ifi Will ratify tthe treaty TvhTch his r THMkr obe no change since it fi1 y Lai edDy I ro Herran the f J Ctelwabian charge daffairsl j + f opft tte 1on r minister to this cotm X S4t Coocn Is leading jMUrtjiHfaiBi tit it is not believed J i iMt GolvBbia will refuse the price ol 10000000 1Jto be paid J iiamedjately and in cash and i t iriich is to be foilowed begin i 3uaj seven years hence by nn t L Mualr Ul of25gQOO It is t ibwrsfore belieyed that the ftcnual cbestrpctlon of an isth- BUSA il canal is npwin sight vrt TiM Prtftident has perfectedt to Itinerary for his wet rJi qitt trip Xcaying Washington on April 1 h till go directly to i t I tna o 1UIIre h 111 spend 01f ifciy urpm unere ne goes to viCitwl aQkaSmt Paul and Min 1 lMpUsandmaldng seyeral atop at smaller cities willl reach t1 r m ftIW JI 1J i W tMtthe ntbentcl so J MM tie l Mltkn t oC funny of chil 4ran The MCSM to suggest itMT Mcfctld follows child the mother r hM tot idtd IBM vitality often not r MiUfk for Tuniit tad JiOOe therefore SeSrcWld il J iwthcrs theMe Doctor Favorite rre Ct iMi iIIa that k i tlteR Sa rtJ lietkk They e- trSy f fJflL aud ffv W1IOt eomegit If Nrt k ipractkaaiy 1aiIMttMwoti rr1 o m tt turn fftflto ttfe birth ol refciML Ifyou hyOC1Mialtk JPI1 t it Etr IIottt1ll I Nt 1tli AItd 7 1 A1dIiwe- L JiIIi I tI4 t etw GoJdt1ltIaIDaI thetti w3r J felt much 1I ta llarol1ktee1JUt I JMt ealueUuee14 worl Wjtbout aur fiyDrt the are 1clrUaet Dc1iicc That vfaa 1II6r fmA ihrtmic dte cOtattt t JX ieiu All corretpoodeoc bylS Addte Dr X V N Dr j Pierce Tleaiint Felletl cure IIloutocii ffM iiclr hf lafht Malaria Hveif haye it Kjsiw alNbo It Want to get rid fitr Take Ayeif s I Malaria and Ague Cure P fvtgstbn Montana April 81 Two weeks will be spgnfc in the YeUowstpno i National Park ivith SecretaryBoot and Mr John andIriter andthenih party WltI return via Omaha and Iowa points to St Louis There the President will participate Jnihe dedicatory exercises of the St Louis Exposition and will then go icest via Kansas andColorado California will ho traversed rom Los Angeles to the Northern limit and a visit will be paid to ihe Pug6t Sound citie On Deqoration Day the President will tnakp an address at Cney enne SaltsLake City will be visited and the return trip will go around Chicago stopping at a number Of Illinois points and at Indianapolis from which cityj the run will be made lto Washing ton without stop The party will return to Washington on June 0 T For the proposed trip the Pres iident is to have a gorgeous new flag made in accordance with a regulation just issued By the Set cretaryof Wart The TCW flag which will be known astithe headgjiarters flag of ihe Presi dent will be made ol scarlet silk with five large white stars one in each corner and one in tHe centeiy Within the middle star will beTmother star of blue and on it will be Ivorked the coat of arms of the United States 3n white Around the central de vice will W placed small white stars one for each state in the onion The headquarters colprs is totally distinct froffi the blue flag used for the President when uer he gOes aboard anayai s sel ffhe new fiug wiU Wfluviv whereytir t e President stops during his trip V loreenotsS Distujbancg qf strikers are anodivir work loss pf sleep nervous ten Vipn will be followed by utter coilaps uulass a reliable remedr Is employed 1heres nothing so efficient to cure disorders iOf tha liver and kidneys as Electnc Bitters Jts a vonderfnl lomc and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for ruhrdowii systems It di pcs nervous flss Rheumatism and ex pels Malaria germs inJy 50 c ntsand saUsfactionguaranteed ac JHaydpns drugstore l00bERD SlOn Weofftrdne puudred bollara Reward fot nlyI8tjC at carnot cm ed by Hals Cataorh Pure Fr CHENJE5Y Q Props Toledo O We tho underslRned baye khowii F JI Chonoy for the last 15 years aDd bo liovo htm per ctr honorablel Jri alj Das iness transactions ana fiqanclally able to carry Out any obligation wade by their llrm WEST TruAx Wljoiesalo Druggist Toledo O f WAMJIKO KIWAN tMABVIX Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Care is taken Intemallv acting directly the blood and rau cops surfaces of tho 8ystem Price 75c per bottle TeaUmonials renti free Sold byallDKugglsts Halls Family Pills are the beat P fiaa AOl teiStrong and killed as western nth leies are there are some respects in which the athletes of thccstand es pedally those of Persia surpass them Their skill is due to the fact that they do not rely on brUte strength but on adroitness which they have ac quired after years of strenuous train ing They know the function of every muscle in their bodies and they are not regarded as experts until they are so well trained that they can perform with ease any feat which depends for succesS not only upon their strength but also upon the proper play of their muscles They are n6t as bulky as soma of tho well known athletes of Europe and America but ion the other band their bodies are wonderfully symmetrical and all their movements arc most graceful wrestling and swinging lubs they IIn excel and no matter how ertthey may be not aday passes that they dp not practice for several hours Hmbarra Insr A settlement worker having been requested by anxious mothers to address the younger women of ihcj Bettlcment clubs on heart Interest to IcSi dcdd td to do so She talked nrith the girls earnestly urging upon them the deep Jand Intrinsic sacrcdncES of all love and marriage relations the conrsenegs and vulgarity of Indiscriminate ilirtatlons the great and igrovving need for high Ideals standards and action on the mans partr Then jUst as she tool her tent 3t occurred to her that she might lmv talked nilttleblt over the heads of her Jlsteiicrs and she sprang to her fc t with tin added remark Pleas bellove that what t say Is- trrtemldclf pjejda she exhorted earnestly and please dont thtnk I dont understand my subject I know what Im talking abou girhi I really do Once moreS took her seatt denght cd wilUl thejalr of general interest and from the rear of the room camg the question timesJCommeiclal Advertiser if XadIl1 iG t So1dfAU if 0 Poor Mrsif ISmithcr s ai4ihe IJ tolIlBy L Eo bHITTENliEN jl W riflh4 Ja uJcCIurk4c pa ver yj f Syndicate J A 1 hayjbeard Suddenly Molly Axclaimed Here comes fatherr t And cjultens if thrft WOSt hIs cuevto dppear the Rcr FrankijThurstBuV head appealed In tbo doorway V Children he said wish you would go and se howpoofMrs Smith era Is loday I bave to gpIn thq other direction There sa pbgi1 woman who came to town Last night ycry with n yOung child She died tjefore morning and left wort for the English jiriesLtO find 4 good home for fer child went to the Davis family who h eI known her In the Old country bufc Jli ore too poor and have too jniiiy pf tlnttendtl dyr said Polly Im atr ldl1otsnid the Rev Thurston for the same reason that the Davlees cant JBut dont forget to see how poor Mrs SmltherslsJ We wont Wonnll gojsald Molly So the busy parson went his way and his BX olive branches soon started up the road MrSSmU trto knoW how poor Mrs Smlthers Us Is bccause he wants to know If she can afford take the poor little chlld isaiat ummy Pee after s a onot thought Why of courseV sald Polly stop ping to kiss htoi Yctt dear child to think about thatl ityebeeu worrying about it myself but thats the Terr- place that great big clean shiny house and just Mrs Smitberl In Ifotcourse Hushr sad Holly Here we arcy Wont that dear little orphan havo beautiful times playlug in theyaron she continued gazing around the Imi thoUghJsmootlu J Then they trooped up the steps and rang the bell teldtdYtookln xinrr PCESEKn A FASCINATED BPEUCHLSSS now and gazed11 grimljf at the six red ch k qiTb tpns wh with quaklng heartSj8mlfcdTanably at herIrOUYIpollr bed with rheumatismTvonianln uooralgy from cleauhi house b nndI was worm enough jveathcr Wed JustnsUer po up and herfsugg sted Mojly with a desire to bdqgreeable The wpmah sniffed Its not com ny shes wantlriy shp began when a deep voice from the upper regions was heard now do you know what I want JaneThofriton Who is itr They can come and ten you re plied Jane in c caustic tone and standing aside sho opened the door jyider Six pair of feet rubbed them selves on the mat and tiptoed through the oilcloth covered hall and up the stabrs Following the dlrectlpn of tho voice they presently stood a fascluat edr speechless row at the side of her bed Mr Smlthprs onllnnrlly was nn nn nEDfORDSB- UCItDRAUOlfI DTHE GREAT- fIMILYME Ci E Thedfords BlackDraught Las saved doctors bills for more than sixty years For the common fam ily ailments such as constipation indigestion hard colds bowel com plabats chills and fever bilious nes h cadachcs and other IikoIcomplaints no other medioino isI IuJafesstimnlatcs aotioa ot the kidneys purifies the blood and purges bwelso fQU1accumuIitions thoIcur liver complaint sour stomach dizziness chills rbeumatio pains sidcactc p1CkI fdiarrbcrodreggistia 25 cent pac kages d in mam mofljmzdjfac 8100 Never accept a subtitu Insist havingtho OsiMedlCU1 tIJ Yor4 BladcDrauehl lcthc cine on arUu If if SoodJoi e ng Iht alfanilly ojKBelvd children antlor i fwr irear d havt kept Ihera on foot BlackDQughL j W W1tnbesf looked out at the astonished tCUnratmis wIth a twinkle of amuicmcttc In ber fihnrp deep set eyes Mt Dummy Dec was the first recover his tongue u1m Srt1y ur k M Snilth ers bsald paddy told nsfto come nud ee Qw poor you nreIll tblnki youtoWhose rnother bas dledilnd she wanted father to find a pla Sifor 1t KildiMolly 1tJ Wed love to take it saldlDuniniy Seizing his turntlbut weare i50ipuc- sclvcs and su bnlot of ahjSii little house jtfir sU1JPos thaggwha think of you theres so tew ofgrpuaiiH t TomMrlSmlthersPrOCecdedj bmdngcsnnd to Uebae 9iiftb 19wsinnd Inugb ItDp yon think 1 could stand young sler pluttnrinc up this bouse tjoji both cn out of me sjid asked nitile11re speak om whQ Md beensjlfooldng around the greatv square cheerless nearerjtruothersshe said Even if they do ctiijt a lot and make a lot of noise they if up all the empty places Mrk Smltbers1 lone chlldles heart bounded and her face eofteneajaa she I roearnesUrrSlie had been called and rlghjtly per hap hajrd business wonaniriade so from inany bitter experiences This new jfcellng now fugging through the crustl leashnt or er JLtur wAs l1t un 1rr Smlthora pulled the J nen the bbd and presently Jane a Pcred Take these children doY stnlrs JaneK said Mrs Smftliers atM there was In her voice something that made jane jstare open mouthedrat hVr and fill them up on your iamqiiV seed cakes she went on Im going to get upand dressTl1eYhnec m neuralgia You have the JUrrey brought arouncf In half an houK Im going to see about adopting aJ1iUcl fjtonlshnientndpertcc tress nad suddenly gone cra man aged however to carry out I her or dcrs The people In the viHagJ were presently entertained by the spectacle of a surrey packed full ot chiierlngl laughing Thurstons wIth MrsUBmith era ttowering up in their tnidkt and driving with reckless abandon At a small house In tbefar en dof tfie tOm the Rev Mr Thurston wis busy inaklffo arrangemcntsfor tbe ifgrl l of the childs mother When MrsJ Smith crs anil the children came InIThe child was asleep In MrsiDavIs1 arms Mrs Smlthers stooped rind took it up gently It sighed a liftlejstobblng sigh halt opened its eyelR nttwIth a gurgle of content Uestledpipwnkngaln agqlns her shoulder jiif At that mbnjenl a rs Sn ltMtp was so happy Jtbattf liew ulil nbf jjiikve exr changed ptocea Trlth any llvlng bclng She put h purso in bee asfenlshed rectors banils7 jltii 1 phy All the erpensea of the burial she said and X will mke the baby1 She rncntnf nil too voorWtddY you see spld Dummy y The Lol Katoner Tho prince and greater tiiagiktes of Slam prepare a long toy boat lg1lt prow and ornamented stern atid cross benches all complete and sometimes a pinnacled dome Jlncrusted 3vfip gold tinsell and paste Jewels On thEe h es are placed wen dressed doll i1n the uniform of tbe owner armed wUhjmim ic paddles Instpad of the humblo ta per large candelabra are fixed uP blaz lug with waxllghts and shovyjdig ort the splendor pf the ship and Jtjcrew pcbedInace landings and floalt along between a lino of guard ships flaring wjhj oil lamps amid the discharge of rockets and fireballs and with Hmellghtj shin Inff upon them from some gunboat or royal yacjbt 1 i The floating of these boats fWtlia ifCallytltothem for after a shortvjournejl they are recaptured and restored t their 1mItJ1qbusiIer strange coincidence If it is a couic1 dence at all that the date of tle Lol Kntonp corresponds nearly in aii years with the old Catholic fete connected with the jour des morts London Sat urday Review Wliea Greek Meet Option venture to say that r do not believe the study of Greek would suffer if It were made voluntary When Bishop Tblrlwall was told that at Cambridge of which be waif so illustrious an Orna ment the choice lay between compul sory religion and no religion at aft be replied Tho distinction is too stibtla for my tnpntal gra p fItis no 4oubt true that GijeekTios been well and ef fectively tajughbto unwilling pnplls but it may also be true that the amount of Greek acquired by a passman at Ox ford or a passman at Cambridge lr not worth the time bestowed upon thb acquisition On the other hand tbb re moval of compulsion would not ieave Greek to stand upou its own merits nod the disinterested enthusiasm xf- lioninii born ltudeats It tirnntfl sull lead to posts of honor and emolument even in this world There would still be classical scholarships and classical fellowships null similar Incentives to tljoso who hnd not the sqcred tblrt of Crownings grammarian Latin Ulke French is a necessity Greek like Ger man la a luxury Herbert Paul In Nineteenth Century Not an Affair of the Heart They stood at her door and there jseefned to be some constraint between them He was a trifle older than she and she had the advantage of him In looks too IB Ills eyes there was suppllcatlpRr and in hers tbero were disdain scorn rejection If I might he began UNo sir she interrupted uIt is to tally unnecessary IDut i do not wish to hear you OneTVprd Not one sjr Weil If you wontJ J Iwant noUdngyou carioffermfe t But i Jr H Once for nUI tell ybtf rtfant no tinware today phe shut tho door aod went jnJJtnd tbo peddler went on 1o tho next hquae Fortune smiles onJthp few Toth9 majority she gives the laugh0hlo State Journal Necessity is the argument of tyrantP It U the creed of slaves Pltt Thirty jays Was My Lit s Limit Agony Froni Inherit ed Heart Diseased DrM Miles Heart Cure Cured Me eatLPlllesseasily kecbmR a dtseued heart A little extra Strain front any cause issofficient to bringon ahis deadly malady the most coraraon cauic off sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will lone up the heart acliop enrich the blood and Improve the circulation Mjr trouble began with catarrh and I hare always supposed it caused the trouble1 IhaTe experienced with my he rtI had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite con stipation palpitation of the heart shortness of breath and pain around the heart and un eljw1yoandelj suffered 86 severely nd became so weak notlleptcrrerhyohOUri that my doctors said I could not live thirty The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering of the heart so sever that I would Save to give up everything and restt Nerve and Liver Pills Jcured meal constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am in better health than I have been in twelve yearsand I thank Dr Miles Remedies for it I think they are the grandest remedies on earth and I am constantly recommending CANTJlEuWaxahichle All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book an Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Ormorablp of Stage D alae Oue of the peculiar things about a copyrighted play is that any little pleccf of business or any new lines which may be Inserted lothe manuscript whiles a stock company is playing the drama belong thereafter to the man who owns the copyright Every time a stock company rents a play for production from tho owner of the copyright It ls cut Interlined and gilded to before It is produced A stage manager for Instance may Interpolate some speeches in order to work up td the introduction of a song or specialty or he may strengthen the climax by putting In some new and strong lines Often these Interpolated lines provo to be the most striking in the play and make decided hits If they are left in when the manuscript goes back to its 6wner they become his property ab- vsolutely and may not be used by the man who wrote them in any other pro duction therefore shrewd managers before they return a play to Its ownert always take great pains to erase every scrap pf correction or interlineation Inthis way only may they keep what really belongs to them hicogo Trib une El betkaEx e w In striking contrast to the present hxws to prevent habitual drunkenness were those passed In the reign of Queen Ellzabath The Lonsdowne manuscripts in the British museum record that in 1504 orderswere set down by the 6and others of her majestys privy coun sel for the reformation of tho groat dis orders committed by the excessive number of alehouses which the jus ticeiAvereprdered toreducc The pub llcans were compelled to gfve to the constable of the parish the name and business of every one who frequented their houses and were forbidden to have any games played therein On Sundays na persons dwelling within a mile of the puttie house werc alloweil to enter excepT8UbstantlaI household onJYtlCorselves Curiously the chief complaint against publicans was the brewing stronger ale and beer than is whble soma for mans body London Chron icle ivat q1lA1tell Waiting in the blink directly in front of mo was a charming woman of tweni ty or so who was having her first ox pcrlence in banking said tho mer chant as bo lighted his cigar after luncheon She was asked tho ques tlons usual for one whoyia opening an account her name address whether married fit single and her fathers andl mothers name She got along all right until the clerk nsked 3MothersI dont quite understand Im afraid she said hesitatingly I mean your mothers name when she was a girl explained the clerk How should I know I dont like impertinence sir How should I know I didnt know her when sho was a girl TJie idea Are you frying to make fun of me slrr New York Times To Settle the Qaeitlon Ho was engaged to be married nod every ouo knows hQW the engaged man talks when he gets a friend cornered She Is the loveliest andbest girl that ever lived he asserted Sure inquired the friend Sure Of course Im sure You dont doubt it do you- Certainly not replied the friend hastily only 001 wbll nil Oh I wpposo its all right but Id bleyuWhosDobleyi Oh another friend of mlno who told me ycstferday that ho was engaged to tho loveliest and best girl that ever lived and Fd like to nave youtwo get together and settle the matter Chi cago Post Western ClUe Lively tfbp eastern visitor finds tho cities of tho northwestern coast brimful of Ute color significance picturesque interest and though tho forces wblch have combined In their making are somewhat simllof each has a distinct character andndivlduallty Lively a word of Ute west may wen be applied to them a sort of brisk activity youth fulness ozone They have the rather unusual capacity of doing big things and talking about them lustily at th same time It is the 07 of t e tfCf corners just watch ua grow See us getting to the trontRay Stannard Baker in Century Remote IClB Kind Eady HOw niany aria there In the family beside yourself Little Amle FOur mamma papa eister and a distant relativel That is only three The distant reli ativoJs not a member of the family Oby shQ is Be is my brother lour brother Chen be isnt a 4 iantrehitIve rps rnaajn Jbe lsII1 tho PblyRr pineal Kansas City Journal 1e1II a million dollars she suggested 4so mum replied t11etmmpIz Ud be too inucb trouble JJOOkln after the money At1wl1nti Is that some irCUcr wbats Avorth a million dollar Ciremi Carves W flc B ri- TTuvellng Tvitfe a round tp Calkio found to be no sbaecure The Grind pccldentalvbelBg S wagon show mov ed wholly by Toad The shprtest Jump Was fifteen miles but often they did thirty between midnight and morning rind tlilrty piffes dvqr country high Tvayff make no snor Jaunt yvhen you bate s five ton chariot behind you rbo jqmp tloWcver wnson1Ythe Jc ginning the days work Nosooner had you finished breakfast than you were booked In tot tnff street parade meaning from two to four idlles more Sewell Ford l HprBes Mln bOcl l rri kOne of the oddest Ushes that ever swam in any sea Is that known to oat ura lists under the unattractive narge of pphlocepbalus Alspeclesof It is found In the sea of Galilee where it builds a nest Vfhicb for beauty of design and el egance of workmanship excels the fef forts of the majority of feathered nest builders Its fhvoritespot for building is In an old root or rock projecting tin der the water and the material sistsl of seaweed grass and leaves Revised J dont understand how Miss Mil yuns can see anything In that oielgn nobleman Hes nothingl but a gilded ooIP Thats so and yet the chance are ten to one thhi will ben cose of a fool and her money soon married Phil a Jclphltt PreSs petiOne day little fouryearold Cora was trying to stand on her headi Her moth cr asked her what she was doing She answered Iza standing on my bend tot rest my fcetBbston Herald He Wat Too Deaf Deafness ishirgely a matter of habitt- says a writer in jthe New YorJ preSs I boW men who cannot hear you two feet away though you bawl at them yotat the distance of ablqck they will grasp your famtest whisper Some are deaf for convenience some for fraud some for hypocrisy Beware of the dent man One of the noted dent men was old Matt Griffin long ago an assembly man from Griffins Corners Delaware county N Y By courtesy deaf mem bers receive front seats In tho assem bly while others usually draw lots When old Matt was excised from drawing a fellow member hotly pro lestedr Bufcthe old man la us dent aa a post said the house lender Deaf exclaimed the protestanfc Matt Gilt- 111u dent Why bless your honest soul he could hear1 q ten cent Sh1n Plate rattle in a bag of foatbersr The First trea ahl rll The first Iron ship has more reputed birthplaces than Homer according CIYdelIndburgh designed an Iron vessel in ISlb which was not launched till three ears later and tis said thqt an iron boat was worked on the Severn even asfar back as 1787 Steel was not used in the construction of merchant ships hulls untfl 1859 Old snits were not alone in their belief that wood was meant by Providence to floaty but Iron to go to the bottom A naval constrjictor of Boine repute once said Dont talk to me of Iron ships They are contrary to nature Now none but small craft fire I built of wood lnEngland The Poor DOK A Parisian clothes dealer kicked a dog out of bis shop The dog shot put with some rapidity and knocked over a woman with a jug of milk The woman broke the Jug and upset an elderly gentleman and the Jug cut both of them At that moment a cy clhtt arrived and was thrown off libr machine by the prostrate figures and slmultaneousiy a cart came up and smashed the bicycle The magistrate blandly advised the entire squad to proceed against the dog and they arc nowllooking for it London Globe Flentr en Had You would get along a great deal better if you didnt get so excltedYsatd the caJni man to bis irascible friend tempertfeepretorted the thercUId have you un derstand that I keep mor temper In one day than you have in your powes slon during a whole yearr It WMat All la HIM Johnny said bis mother severely some one has taken a big piece of gin Cerbread out of the pantry Johnny blushed guiltily Oh Tobnnyllh exclaimed 1didnt think it was Jn you It aint all replied JohnnfL part of its in Elale 1 Two FrklMLi Dorothyalw 18 begins a noyei In the middle Whats that forr Why then she has two problems to be excited over how the story will end and how it began Paines Celery Compound CURES RPDMATISMphe- Urtausaa whjch doeiits terrible worlc lntho muscles jolats and thmes It cadsed by uric add which gather in the Bloods To feet ri of thipoisbnous aci which produces ih hritations pains ogooies inflammations ana sveUings peculiAr tp rheumatism Pain s Celery Com should be used without d clay No other medicine gives such prompt cheering and happy resuIlslt is tie only medicine that prevents a tetnm of thedreadM disease Paihes Celery Compound braces the nerVes the blood is quickly cleared of aU Irritating poisons tissue and muscle HCbnJH up and the digestive organs peifectly toned Pp not treat with indifteicnco tho slightest rheumatic symptoms tho early use of nines Celery Compound will save yon weeks and DConnySt faifIthelexceptionwbter I contracted rheumatism and was laid up I tried all remedies and doctors but all CompoahIch j j 1 have recommended it mas ana have used it with tho wmctewlr lOB IOHB TOE UTO EOOIOMT Diamond Dlnctloa book dyed mpJHJrM DIAMOKD DYB8 1 c i I = I PrOmMeS gt1on heer 5sandJleStCOttI Opitn D tiIUaL NOTNADC OTIC 1- LsI ii rI Apfifecl Beraedy JbfCOM M UonSQur Sk IdDWorms CofivukiotwP veri h ness and Loss orSuxp racSiwte Signature of NEW YiRJc kEXACTconrV WRAPPER J TIle Word Jslljr On the adoptlfe pt the wo4 jolly rbeahmulutoday The Englhib dranutlst Beau mont of the sixteenth ceatiiry sptoka EreInt1melarious xegardleM of physical beauty bablythodoubtless comes from Yate Yl Ue pugaa Christmas so t ii ak f c tw known that what we now observe a Christmas day was a heatheR JSeJklar called Yale and th YH le festival Waif tjoliYnlelndeed ec cmtcry prohitag in lOiul voice caahtinf M fIng making outcry in honor of their god From rnle tfien to jolly tbe step short and easy bptk meaalnc revel NJbelcal So too la large degree thie Chrlat mas jollities praises abd tbose of Sea then Yule Into such clow relation simple Worda sometimes coaaect M present with the past A Cbiaece Jalce In his book on China a 3 th Cbi nose1 Dr Giles gives V speci e 9Chinese humor which If the source 01taken tihoLsUtnor money to an artist paymentJt always exacted In advance and asked him to point nis portrait Theartktat once complied with the request but when the portrait Waf flnlsbed nothing was Tlslble save the back ot the alt lerjr hea Wnat does thia mearir crtaft tiVtter Indignantly Well replied thearttat I thoagBt a man who paid so little as you paM wouldnt care to show hi face Great JCat Great natures are always e eroM HtTbutwards they receive may be tbew rfc wards are but a fraction pf tbe wertav of the service renderedj aM aaaa ought to be s tlfled whatever kta 9 Bltion or work unless be cam feel that he fa giving tar more tlianlle ta re motwbathehowever successful he may fee ea tl pfctieallWeke auit jill biieMHiMt one of the benefactors jot his klM he cause of the geaeroalty of kk bestow aIQ8Uoek r P1ta The ttatement baI b Made that prusflcl add was Made tram peach stones This Is altogether a laktako for although under certain coBdltteM a trace rof the mam prlndpte ef tb e deadly poison can be found In peach stone there is not aupc tte pro duce the add without oUter ewestkl ingredients Indeed without th pwcr esa of fermentation there U EVkiBc ttoMimxCha ut tJut 1JaH Irate Landlord to cHiM whotrt taking a toters walk on hla prep ctyH NoW then cant yoa read Amorous YoutlHOn JM if caa rend Irate LanaloITlM g 18 the eM of this road and read the itajm thefe Amorous Youth We have read Itj It says Private add that ia JtMt why we came down here j1 IR the Sweet Bjr ma Mr Professor fcquLred the thockttaJl member of the class d nOt you wp pose there will com a time wbe alllIIf the coal and all the coal oil atored away in the earth will have become exhawt 1 ed1 Certahily said the Iiastrwrtor What TvllI we do then We shall playing barp 1JMptt Chicago Tribune KOdDIJ Dyspepsia Cure 0 1l1uJ1ofails to cure Itallows rou ta rtitiU Uler rQjG TJI omoS nslthe- MOmachscaut ke1 tBytsuse tfcouatnda of dysp ptlcj bVe btM t redattt TcrjtlilB tls railed ItpreTnts lonoaUon of gaa cmthst to 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