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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 4iITTiI t mI I i I lSriesVoI XIINo i 22 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 28 1903 i i isB fM BURTON 0 I I i MJMDKRTAKiERS A 1MBAUMER3 I r I I r i krv U fc ail kllli f of Fawjra Jft41 UJ ePHONE 53 1 4f I DIRECTORY t t0f N PHiniaFIttWrcotmtyi seat offt li JfrohUgt CeBty52 miles aoh- Mm isi wsxiiitoal 59 adle from r iiw 1 54rUJJhtf4t tni branch ol T ki4tsbvL1c 11road1n1 E 40bt tlHjca arfciiiturail district 1 akt tti craP and telephone k rpriice flour mills lumber jSjf4t Fwpention 1100 population of 44 1 I- StIltt1Te hi Cpagrets Hon D Ky M 4UfCIIIMt1tiTe la Kentucky tegts 1s JC C A Deey k 3ll rw taP eb tate Sene Hoi r C r111eJC t auDirKt-S iy 1cccJIT pRj- s Circuit Court bc int e the fourth t illwMkT IB FebrwaryrMay aad Octo TI br CX PatncJzdge jIaweeeyrCoamouwealth At iiltiv i1iC 1t O1erci b3jAe4le7 tater C01uu31- ui i QUAXiYCOU- kk lC5rt isiidd oa the thi- rdaIyl 4ieit ioth aLL1tHTt J4J I COUltTI tlf fourth tf 1ifay IB ecktzth ttei4Wr Booker CoantT Clerk titMayetj Co nty Attorney 4 wio Ct1ettaI1eiI t iJrMCrake Sker1ff JUduribkam IKC = l DepuU JrMseeeCcynrveyc r j 3Laty Ansor T FOBryamDcgwt- Tiol rt fee Treasurer Ijtgoeri Coroner Jl W BtSfc 8aptor Commom p OPI1R1ld j CITY COURT J HOcr ce Judge J ce tWiIaybr oke City Attorney r 4 jutnciicouitT4 s Jct1C7iI1Jauuary 7u O cCc r ti p J flflrctry a L 3TiT ChURCH 4 7jiijjrDOg1ia Pastor Se- ri J YI1d730 cPrayeray night at 74- 0t r TQIIT eUTJRCH l3Nr JPt Ward Pastor alnico ilMMTfim JItI rldlaeactt MMMllJLJBMiW 1I1l1un ttf MtMltYtfjr Sunday t 10 Ia tdj CI7CWIttCldll- Id k CAT OLICCIIUJtCH c i11t Mciuiiy Paw tor r t11rri at 8 and 10 o lock k BarrlcM at St Kose time hours J4f ic CHJtlSlTIAN CHURCH t a TTTT Fell Tauter Seprfce M 4= aiitfoartkIunday io web a eth IJUHlBYTlWAN OHTTRCH- ft i f dJL Strlcktand pastorS Prsk1rf 8811 Sunday at 11 am flda 1jj Siay ichool eYSI r y 4 ii ie Prayer tlnl eMrknMy eytais at 7 oolock tc IL FratsflIOrdirs- J MLeGz Springfl- eidjoxa4uceILday i d bead b Jlili Jk p o l pjli No i1 1UIMICT tWnlHdaT ltccl1 dOli2 Jiaeetaon ttt I 7 cft rekY ffic chm9nib Ia t UUf 1 N ijK J II1m 1 1LCMZk Wf- tJ vClHCi rJij zI o LV aaI31diInsiSfI- I1DhIuSUHUtI i 4 iif1i 1 a 1 1 L- wc lIHfii fiH HUfii WWW h inhww 11 A R UND ft OrjTALK ft MJ x = A GrizzlyI r Caller Winter called on gentle spring awayIOr boatJn od the bay Though her dainty garments hung Just as she left them there Sfie was where the gulf winds Were tangled In her hair JS3 failing after all to find What he was looking for The grizzly dotard hurried 1Back to his Labrador rThen by a s an of dragonflies From 11cr brief outing drawn zephyrslAt something by his cboler wrought She wadinclined to pout 80 with a shower of daises She put his footprints out a EJfATORlAL RACE The precinct convent ns to nominate and instruct delegates tothe district contention which iis to name a Democratic candi date for State Senator from this district will be held at tho va rou precincts on next Saturday i feltithealthough Messrs Grundy and Lancaster the two candidates have done some canvassing in the county it is doubtful if one half of thu voters of Washington really have any preference as between the two men As this is Marion countys time 10 name countieputting outa candidate so that tbe contest is purely a Marion Cunty one It has been sug gested that a good way to settle the matter of the nomination would be to let the friends of each aspirant in Marion county fight it out and that the strong test man in his own county be given the vote of the other coun ties This plan of course would be irregular and not at all according to political procedure but still it dces appear that it WO be a good way to settle the uldI ter a y EPUBL1CAN SIDE NOW A that the contests for the Democratic nomination for Cir cuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney will be settled in a few days there is some speculation being indulged in as to Who will offeron the Republican side for thes offices Aft for the Judgeship there has as yet been no to offer and so far as we cenIlone no One has ever beep mentioned In the Commonwealth Attorneys race 1it is generally conceded that MrIW H Sweeney the present cumbent will be a to succeed him felf although no authoratlve announcement has come from Mr Sweeney recently Several months ago how ever he made a statement t j the effect that he would like to have the Republican endorsement if the ijepuhllcans of the district see tit to give it to him and from present indications it looks aa if he will get that endorsement a it cr TIKRED uPThe three can 0didates for Commonwealth Attorney have succeeded in starring up quite an interest that race In this county inI towards the end of tbe campaign and tbe chances of the various claimants for votes are subject much surmise nod some specula tion Probably the cause of this special interest which has been aroused is the series of three ineaugurated last week and which was carried on at various points thrcughout the county They do say that the discussion atj times waxed exceeding warm ass especialtlfitness j I jy OLVIN Mr GeorgiBColvin IJ who has beenrnLouisvllle lorfeveralyearj where jieheld a responsible position with the Louisville TitleCo hasrigned- to return to Springfield to Va come associated with Hon John W LeiISinthe ra tic of a1 a1llg9fbtmIYs 11Y1Be I MM literature andwas conceded to bi2 one of the best title exuni ers collegeIdasbaseball pitcher and allround athlete He has made many friends in Louisville MI Col vinj many Springfield friends are glad to welcome him iind wish him unbounded success A sure Tilill It is said that nothing is sun except dvatb and taxes butthat is not altogether truo Dr Kin Now Discovery for Cotsumptiou is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands testify to that Mrs C B canI Metre of Shepberdown W Va says I had a severe attack of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heardof but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its in fallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip PDeunonia and Consumption Try it lIts guaranteed by C J Haydon druggist r Trial bottles free Reg sizes 50cJ and 100 Jdr Joseph pminvWe of Stitlwater Minn after havinr spent 82000 with the best doclOJs for stomacd trouble without relief was aduised by his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlkits Stomach and Liyer Tablets He did sp and is a well man today If troubled with in dictation bad taste in the mouth lacx of aypetite or constipation give these Tablets trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result For sale ct 25 cents per box by Hay dous drugstore A Farmer StraiLlteil Out A man living on a farm near here came In a abort time ago complotely doubled up with rheumatism handed him a bottlo of Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to use it fieelyand if not satisfied after using it be need not pay a cent for it says 0 P Rayder of Pattens Mill N Y A few days later be walked Into the store as straight as a siring and band ed me a dpllar saying give me an other bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm 1 want it in the houaoali the time for it cured me For sale by Haydons drugstore Kentucky Fair Dates The dates for the various fairs are fixed as follows Richmond July 186 days Crab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 215 days Cynthiuna July 294 days Guthrie July203 days Danville Aug 4 4 days Madisonville Autr 44 days daysI 4 daysKhephcrdsviile Aug 184 daysMaysville Aug 194 days Shelbyville Aug 255 days Springfield Aug 264 dayaBurdptown Sept 15 dayw- NIcholaBTillc Sept 1i day Elisabeth town Sept Bol days Boiling Green Sept Ui4 d ysIbcro Sept 216 day Henderson Sept 295 days IThe fufure farmers Hoji PrcesIare very interested tI in getting all the that they possibly iDformationI probable future price of hogs the cpmihg season There is every indication at the present timo that there will be prices almost as high as at present urless something unforseeu might arse to change the prospects says the Farmers Tribune It isI certainly a conceded fact that the supplies of stock in some portions of the country were largely drawn upon and scarcer this soring than has been the case iic many years In pigs it doesnt take lonk to restock but it certainly will not be done in side of another crop The high prices of feed will tend to sup port high prices of the product ofte feed transformed into meats While thesummer grains willact as substitutes for cornl theranUbe no great lowering ot prices and feed until the corn croprthat will be grown this purIkeeps uj as at j resent and it iis probable from indications got d prices will prevail for pork tie highIthe summer VA Little Early Riser now and then at bedtime will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles Do Witts Littl Early Risers are tne famous little pills that cure by arousing the secretions mov ing the bowels jently yet effectually and giving such toue aud strength to the glands of the stomach anJ liver reIreturn of the complaint Sold by P Jr Haydon GEATLY ALARMED By a Persistent Conirji lint PermanentlY Cured by Clianier1aiu COllli- I efflefly MrH P Burbape a student at law in Greenville S C had ben troubled for four or five ycais with a continuous cough whichle pays greatly alarmed me causing njc to fear that I was in the first stagcjof consumption Mr Burbagp having Heen Chamberlains Couli Remedy adueitised concluded to try it Now relW what he says of it I soon felt a emarkable change and after using two bottles of the twentyfive cent size was permanently cured Sold by Haydons drugstr re An Unlucky Year If something terrible doesnt happen to the human race before the end of this year 1rn no trje provhet said the supersti ious F tlie has written it down as plain as Jay and theres no way dodging it In the first place the year 1993 contains a mighiy bad com bination of figures If you take them sopnnitcly and add them up you wiiLntid that the result will be thirteen no matter which way you vorlc it out All righf You will laugh at me as far as 1 have gone but wait until produce some mot facts In the 1903 there ate three days In which the thirteenth of tlie month falls on Fri day The fist was Februrry the next wtis March and the last will be November Take a look at tne calendar and find onihow many povious yea s bad this many Fridays which came on the thirteenth ol the month On the 13th of February I forgot IDY elf and walkedI under a ladder Uefore thulladdrlImy auklo I am g iitg to sav in the house all day on the thirteenth er NIvcmb randits ten to ore the house wiiriatci tire If figures count fur anytbine this is the unluckist sea that o d Father Time has presented to us in 1 mighty long while Its a combination that cant be bedt und Im just sailing around looking fur trouble all the time A tt1iuzTt ToeaveaHfp DrT U Mer rlrlof No Mchjopauy Pa made a startling tst resulting in a wonderful euro He write It patient was attacked viib violent hemorrhage caused by uloeratioi of the stomach I had often found Ecc ric Bitters excellent for acute somuch Md liver troubles so I prescribed them The p uieni gained from Ihe tirst and has not hal an at tack in 14 mouths Electric Biuprs are itipy guaran t ed for D swpia Indigestion Constipation HUrl Kidney trobles Try then Oily 50c lh C J 1IL dons drugstore From A Cal Scratch on the arm lo the worst sort of a burn sore or boil DeWitf Witch Hazel Salve is a quick cure III buying Witch Hazel Salve be particular to get DeWitf this is the salve that heals without leaving a scar A spe cilic for blind bleeding itching and protruding pies Sola by C J Has don Too Greit A Rtt In almost every nelgbborhocd someone has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbns often before medicine could be procured or a phy sician enmmoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept a tI band The risk is to great for anyone to take Chamberlains Colic CbOl1 unIdoubtedlypeople and relieved more pain and Buffering than any other medicine In use It can always be depended upon For sale by Hayrlons drugstore ROAD SUGGESTIONS A Corresponiieit Calls for More Interest In The Road Question 1 want to say a f jw words to the people of Washington county about the roads The dirt toad 1lTunningNo 21 was so bad tthit reopla corld hardly travel itat alt this last winter What 1 want to say is that I think that tne people shoald take a great deal of interest in roadi When the roads begin to get muddy the people therpbeingwouldnt forget about the roads beine1 bid when summer comes ancplavebetler have and could travel much better and would be be ter satis fled than if they ttraveled in the mud all the tinm They t have made up a subscription paper oo this road No 24 and hays got about t70 t i ned bl sides what the county gives which isjabout 15 mtding 85 in all ind I think it they will just keep striving to get more subscribers tnew will get enougn Ita tx tth roads very well have a belle road than we have now away Of course we canttfiave a good road in one or two years that way but if they keep on evu year we will have a better road I beieve if people on kli dirt roads wu d take the same plan that we have there would be bet ter roads in Washington county than there has been in many years Lets go to work and have good roads all over the county in all directions Of course the dirt roads are getting tqlerable good now but remember that winter will come again with rain sleet rnd snow and thoJroads will be badas ever bo Pts go to work whlo roads and times are good All can help Jjtt1cii an sure J W SATTERLY Tatham Sprfngs nun i ThiS iWe otTer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Datarrh tlat can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO PropsToledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years end bell ae him perfectly honorable in qll business Itraneactlons and Onlnclally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WestTruaz Wholesale Dtp Kitts Toledo OIWaldlng Binnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halts Catarrh Cure ia taken inter naily acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 76c per bottle Sole byal Druggists Testimonials free Halls frmlly pills are tbe best Killed At New Haven Adstressing accident occurred in New Haven Toursday morn ing that caused the death of MrI J R Redman He had Ween atIwork in a garden near tho railIroad track and had start d forI hid home just Da passenger train No 23 from Louisvlil1 was pulling into town As thi train drew near ohm vr Redman was walking in a narrow pathat the aide of the track ard aftojr the engine and all the coaches except the last had passed hllnI ho in some unaccountable way came in contact with thdreartcoach The blow about tnirty feet to the middle of the si roet crushing his skull breaking his juw bone aDrlQJerI wise butchering him He lived jin an unconscious condition until Bronchitis have kept Ayers Cherry Pee total in my house for a great many i years It is the best medicine in the world fcr coughs and cOjJ C Williams Attica IJ Y All serious lungj troubles begin with actickling in the thrcfat You can stop this atrsti- n a single night with Ayers Cherry Pectoral Use it also for bronchitis consumption hard colds and for coughs of all kiiftis Tkrssisui2kjk si Connlt doctor It ho Ithe do M baJl u Mn to take It thin dont take It 1M 1rlu if next morni g vbcn death timE jto relieve him of his suffering The funeral took place Saturday mojning and the remains were interred in the Protestant ceme tery with Masonic honors Mr Redman was a pronYment busii ness man and postmaster of New Haven and was 65 years of age He leaves a wife and six children three boys Qand three girls all of whooa are grown Falcon Made Yonj Dali LOne of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night fOr two weeks has put mo in rav teens agaJn writes D EL Turner of Demp seytowu Pa Theyre the best in tne world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 23c at C J Havdons drugsiorp Theses of tie Body Every seven days the blood muscles and bonos of a man of average size loses two pounds of woruout tirsue This waste cannot be rdplonished and the health and strength kept up without perfect digestion When theI stamach nd digestive organs fail to osrfrm their iuncti9ns the strength lets down health gixes way and dis east sets up Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stcmach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that rebulHs the tissues and protects the health and strength of the mind and bodv Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia ard al stomach troubles It is an ibeal spring tonic Sold by C J llavdon Horrible Suicide Mrs J H Howirl one of the jbest known women of the Northern partof Barren county com tmilted suicide at her home in Hiseile last Friday morning abput J oclock by cutting her throat with a razor Mrs Howard was about sixty tive years of age land was one of the mot beloved women inI that siction Bar husband Mr Joseph H Howard die4about six or eight years ago and since then her children had married and moved away one by one un tiE last Friday morning when a iher daughter Mrs Harry Bybee left for LouUville to join her husband who had been there about six weeks Grief over the departue of the last daugh tter is supposed to have unbal anced the mothers mind and while in this condition se tookI her life At he time she committed the deed there sas no one at home with her oxcept her daughterin I law Mrs Potter Howard ohoJ was engaged n preparing dtn nero Mrs Howard went out un uoticed by he daughterinlaw crawled up under the housd as far as she ceuld get and there al most severed her head irom her boJy with a razor inflicting four horriblj gashes When her son t Peer Howard returned to his dinner a search was insisted for his mother which resulted ii her budy being found under the house She had been dead abOut three or four hours and the body was cold aud stiff Olao f wow Times Quirt ArreL J A Gulled e cf Verbena Hla was twice In tie hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck t lens Arnica Salve quickly ar rested further inilamation and cured him It conquers aches Is and kilh paw Sue at C J If Haydon druggist Tmelios is Ddn ronsc Constant motion jar the kidneys which are kept in place in the b dy byIIdelicate attachments This is the reasuj that travelers trainmen streetcar men temsters aad alt who drive very much suffer frQm kidney disease in some torm Foleys Kidney Ourbt strengthens the kidneys and cures all forms of kidney and bladder di easeI Geo H Hausan locomotive engineer Lima 0 writes Constant vibration of the engine caused me a greatiJeai of trouble with my kidcejs and l gut no relief ntitil I used FoleyaKIdneyII Cure SoldbrWood Campbell Notable Character Mr I Izie B Russell died at his home in this city Thursday afternoon at 110 of htiatrouI ble He had been ill foeralw- eQs and doth was eipected at any tin vThe re moves from our midst one of the mot notable characters of dJ ithe State He was born irf Rus sellville in March 1817 and was 86 years of age When quite a young man be removed to Bards town as a journeyman cabinet maker In 1838 he was married by Bishop H H Kavanaugh to Miss Elizabeth Weller of Bards town who died a litle over u year ago after a wedded life ol ixtythree years As a abinet maker Mr Rus sell was considered one of thb lending craftsmen i f hUt dcy and specimens of his handiwork now in txistenc lire mal vets 01 beauty and workmanship At the breaking out of the Texaswar for Independence in 1836 Mr Russell volunteered bisservice and served m the army of Gen Sam Houston he also set ved with Col Fannm one of the illluted heroes of the Alamo Mr Russell was one of the few survivors of this war in wnich he bore a conspicuous part He was reticent and it was only at rare intervals he would talk of this war land tell of the indignities icceived at the hands of Santa Anna Several years ago Mr Russell removed to Texas where he had been given a tract of land by the State in remembrance of his services but he returned to Bardstowu after a snort abseuce Up until the past few years he wqrked at his trade About tiye years ug t he had serious trouble with his eyes and it was feared that he would lose the use ol tthem entirety since then his sight has been much impaired and it was with great diffibnliy that he could read the papers Nelson Record The IRays fRecent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the XRays established it as a fact that Catarrh of the stomach is not a dis ease of itself but that it results from epeated attacks indigestion How Can I Cure lily lodigestion KoOp DyspebSia Cure is caring thousand It will care yen of indigrestlon and dytpepaia and will prevent or cure CaUrrh of the Stomach Kodol di gel s what you eatmakes the stoma ch weet Sold by C J Haydou Snake Tracke Aid Rain IMr Henry Junius predicted itwould rain Tuesday afternoon at 130 and the blessed shower came promptly at the time scheduled For 86 years i Mr Junius has Jived at his pre sent place of abode on Gieen ville street and ten hours before rain the wellI la water in his fever fails to become mudJyr Monday flight when he went to get a fresh drink he observed that the water was muddand l when he came down town Tuep day and predicted a rainfall when there was no evidence of such in the couds no ono put any credence in his prognostica tion but wncn the windows ofI heaven opened at 130 Itput everyb dy to rejoicing A tiltJJ mer who came Into oar office early Tuesday moi ning to pa his subscription told us it would ruin before night His reason r the fuith in his statements I was that he had noticed a large number of snake tracks on the v road coming to town Harrods burg Herald OAUTJON This is not a centle wordbut when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy vhat bas had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure anl treatment of Consumption and Ith Throat and Lung troubles vith lut losing its great popularity all these years you will be thank JiOIBocheasare so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists ind others that ure cheap and good ui light colds perhap but for- evere Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Con sumption where there Is difficult expectoration jand coughinga during the nights and mornings there is nothing like German ti ebasijustRegular size 75 cents At all druggists C J Havdon from insects hid ttawelling1fcnredItratlngrttnlment Sold by Woodl Campbell i i ir lod l yusTac i PIIeItIfIrat yei st t O THE JREiiii 1iil fIItts mDAb- solutfptip POWDEII 7fiwfsMiJJLsThruT4 rA T errifcle Triffiy v J Esquire McRay fatieV6f on E E MclaYr was iilsp arnet chant at one time and SJjerffaK the county for numbefiof crk E Here I will mention a tenitla tragedy that occurred inlWOl Jake Pence was a nmiacttdT1e einamewhere Mr J Allen now lives Squire McKay arrested thli negro for a theft he hadjCOTS iiitted and administered whipj 11 pipg as puuirhmeut for the crime For revenge the iwjfcib went to thi home of Squiri vlckay which wa- rQhPJuflaRuri ind murdered his aged mother and a grandson the thirnedth- house down A young ladyii niece of Mrs McKay who leii mIking her boaie there itogether withj two negro women escaped md hid In the garden Tb rime caused wholecpunlrj to rise in arms The negro was finally fdurid secreted under a Small bridge that spans a millrace pn JBiinp sons creek Squire McKay wa so enraged that he did not wait for the law to punish henbEr- but shot him cTeaB IThe fiodV was given oVertr the pByJHCtaiis 4 If Bloomfileld for oUa ictloiL The skeletdnUiung ia onso1ths offices for many years Lan swered two purposes thejstudy of anatomy t ad years afterward we students used Jake st sknll for tS candle stick sticlcuiif Us candletn what we ball the fart num maguum A H Merrifi ld in KentuckyStatidaid vll iLesson Ji Mil st Healthy kidneys filter the ipsrIi- es from the blood and flflkwfttieyl Jo this god health la imfJKuA FoleY Kidney Cure makes aaHii jkidneys and will poaUiyely ci iiilis torm of kidney and bladder diMtM i It strengthens the whole syatem l li y Wood Campbell t jjSB Imporfanf Gail Judge M CEauley la the iff Circut Court f at HairodlMrf3f f Tuesday handed down tntxsji haustiye opinion in the auitoi Dr Wm P Harvey aQdoS r of Loulsyille against Wiu C t Bell Jr and WmrOBelJ ruf Harrbdsburj t luitalnlBit Iti JPIJ i ftalt bruughs bZ Dr WP Har et and others seeking boii atruction of the vriiTof Willliiiii Payne a wealthy inerchintr of VIercer county who di l io 1890 leaving an estate valnitiJtti about 50000 WP Haryyi married a daughter and Wraf OjL Bell SrI math d a fnua daughter of Wm Payne aa1l th suit was to decide whoowMtloV state By the terms 6Jheite cisiou Wm C Belt Jrtaks entire estate and Dr fl3vey gets nothing whatever The ii case wf Tie appealed Dr Ear vey is edito of the W it rn4f wand Presidtint ofttie l aptistI3Qok Pcern Q iareyille and Wm C BellrLIJa1 candidate for Circuit JTudjpc of Jdlj J j IsWhatFoJeIs I1WI CWJ c r Answerr Ills raadVfropxfrwMrijN tlori of a leading Chicago p jr kim nd one orf the aUost tMM ki tkeT country The IngredUats are jpMNMtX hat mny can buy and are scidtaliyombine to get thdr itfaivF alue StdbtWoe4caaU j hTIUIIL p E ji Ifyou wilt make iB vlry it wW lpa krevelatfon to you oow meyz kidney of bliddtr bMcorrnor aaother h1te Hi l hWyet beyonii dkall 41iZM InerOurewUl cers It T lfcuf I pointi Sotd fcy Wfr A Ti lift 1S J 1JIIrmroIea uooIIIIIII I THE NRfS LEADER PtmL1D KVZY TKUDAY j TVlfeAR IN ADVANCE S RINGiIELDKY Jp4V3QN Jr I I D 4 1d6w t ItHalt1 lw tews BoUces 10 cento pc f e tI1tl I a oIH wa 4 political matter JIIp r1inL sib WHItis eIat low rates bet cash a tvefOictS made on liberal i t y la1tf tespcct natM tJavJ uC S 95 ityOcN 5QO rvttna thf1r a= TI7DAT M28 19c pv Circuiti vdge WRQrIzedtoLounce tb t IaCJodlclalar 1 iieGree jflaWa9bIfl Istht sUooflieDeO c lrtfn tllilgyafirtltorlzM tbannonnca the TH MOe 1 t GHARLESi PAXTESQN a xariftte for the oftce of Circuit Jtftge if ibis the Eleventh Judiciall ThaI eolHpoted Of tta counties olrriorreen ud Washing Mtfftiftti to thezaocraticprImar r CoaMnckiwealths Attorney tJW retburized to announco BEI SCALDING s a4CMlda8 for thu once of om omw lthg Attorney for the llth o r 1tsdicIadjatrIet objecfto the actioit kiFtit IHiocratlo party Primary 7 fiieetibi June 6 1933 wirai tttborlzed to annonucoo HENRYS MCELROY i as ao4Wat for the Jomlna ori rQr Co iaoBW Uba AttWney jit the iltit JuiUcIal dIstrIctsnbJecttO the- ioUoiT6f the Democraic party V W ftre authorized to announce BL DURHAM efcjiiRiijCcaDty is a candidate for the oclof Conamonwealtba Attorney object to the action of the Darno cratlo iartyr1n this the Eleventh Judicial district composed of the t coctittea vbf asnington Marion TayIorand geo Primary June 6 1 W3L I appr Cfrcalt Clerk i Waruthorlzedto nouncet7r CPM CAMPBELL 0 aaxcamdldate for ibeqfHoe of Circuit Afoniti Clark ofWadhlngton county NovemSeFelccUon If elected will be 4 as ifteci in the office by Bobc Noe j v H6r State Senator War nptborized to announce aa4 pBNLQaUNDYth ot Marlon 9 ntY as s candidate for I the ollce ofr StatedSenator frpm the IfTth Senatorial District jsabj ct to 1the action 6C Damdcrotlo party Pl8C1act conventions May 30 1933n 4 tiet iwv iijAra authorized to announce JfffARRY LANCASTER of Karlon tcdanty as a candidute ror tHeotfce ofiState Senator from the 16th S witoriall district eubject to the It PorlyPreutnct7t J J Representative wear atithbrlzed toannconce WfLtIAMDOLAYBRO- OKEeaicaudldtedfor the r ffit e ofRep Dta lveJQtbe lower honf e pfjkentaclry Legislature from Washington county firs a =t I ThelBreatnitt county tiouble a iscomncr to a bead and theipt c alVgQnerairrefcrm in Uie StePf aITj1st1 that cqunrU1tisa Jetlancl ToDi Wliitc under in Pl tuhtchirte of mur d1Inrnls B Warcotn nrp afcc pvin reparatecelU in ihe JI1 Aistrong guard off i 0Tsrnijajti Cpl IVilliams is carry t G prison keys White was r1e1atWshcrnc by Ihe sol dIersnd1eutia 0arCfiDdIDgIth frpm WiQChester b4 detail ofr soldierVaja was csc rted to the fjailsurrSundedbymhtiumcD etsomlf fcw iJeoplq at Jackson 1aciapesibtfU risi ArlieereI potaow0vert n enQt taken cr1ouslyxby the militia officeis I and Qiitiniguri beyoiaord an 11qgnUotherl JQf ii ftt nj cUonha sa be1 ttoniavileis making a iccprd for tragic primaries Some time do you juppbse dip into thatIkcOffeC- bore l you buy it Lion Coffeecomes I fightpackagesnocbance I or dirt ok things to I get 1Lfl Fret and FnfranL i go what was known as the Sapp orimary was puled off iu that city an J its effect was tidisrupt the Republican party Ard later we have the Demo SlnteIwnsCa trifle peculiar in some respects Now on Tuesday last primary was hed tj name dish trict cariaidates which was con ducted by one faction of tha party only the other faction wiUidrawine1 all candi lates andI folowing the orders of Chairman Al ie Young who declared the primary off several days befw hand claiming that the llocal ciommittee had illegaJy named the election officers All sorts of5 charges of treachery are made against Mr Young by the Courier Journal and the Times The otlter faction threaten to hold a primary of its owu aid tthe end is not yet A dispatch says that friends f former Gov Bradley arid Representative Boreing have started a movement to oust Internal Revenre Collector YerKe from the Republican National Committee according to former State Senator Ed Parker of London Ky who submitted to an interview in Washington sTheabroad At least a dozen lives were losin tornadoes reported iipjowa and Nebraska Three tornadoes occurred wihin twen y four hours in a limited district ini the former State Heovy rainfall has added to the property loss in many localities WkNTEDvWe would like to ask through the columns of your paper if ere is any person who ha used c reens August Flower fur the cure of Indigestion Dy pep sia and Lver Tioubles that ht ot been cured and we also mean tbeir isults sucb as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia head cne de pon deat feelings sleeplessnessili ffact any t e stomaoh or liver This medicine h sbeen sold forman years in all civilized countries and we wish to correspond wftb ou and send jou one of cur books frae of c st If you never tneJ August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first WebaveDever mown of its failing Isrsomething more serious is ttll natinr witH you The 25 cent sz has jst been introduced hs year Regular size 75 cents ttt till drurgist G G Grcenv WocLuryNJt CJ Hajdoi Vorl1I IVorlilI stld to lc tlwt vhlch caps tlet lofttist peak of the Ilarz innuntains Tbi cross la In reality a tower nUll it command ma nllkfiit view of the country around The height of the tower Is IO 1731fsteps lesids to the top of the cross but there Is an elevator of which till peo pIIIVC1 themselves who for uny rea son wish to ovoId the long climbT TurtITin iMUKutiKf at tbr Couldnt yon pet yonr money down on No thntrawV II Wlint t was the trouble I pronounied the name of the horse correctly and the oonnnler couldnt nnd rstatid meVashIngton Star Prettr Dcfut Hniilmnd lButl yOUflHigliroiler expectedaMuch better e marthanrlrnltserarateBrooiiyn The trtlits Aim orthegrasp ArUstTIte idea Is to sell ItChlcago News IJar Convenient EmployerJust file these letters for p32 will you Patrick lmpioyeeOI can trim them off aisior Ithn pair of scissors eon Kansas CltyIIthleiilhdent IWlJlhIS10KHP SealedI In atesaled verdict In your case tttejr 11 1k KrahA 2i55 CF 7ibGn73 t TI 1 i Peopleic gg- il Correspondents ivflfI tItflflflftfPIflfflfltata n Will isbur Mrs Rosa Hugh bought a house and lot of John Hale last week and will move Wcdnosdjy Mr Billy Sutton will occupy John Suttons property and Mr Ed Ei ch will mov into the Hyatt property We welcom the e people as gcod citizens Mr John Sutton and family Will Simms and wife took their departure on last Tuesday morn iing for DeKalb heretheyj will make their future home We wish them success in tie future They uillLljn take wits U em their good oH friend the NEWS LEADER Rev S A Simms i qlHo mat his home near this i lapewih j eart failare Miss Ethel RogeVs cf Fen wick is visiting at the home 9f Mr Torn Noel this place Mr James Sutton an aged citizen of this community was buried here on last Friday morn jjng He ieayksa wife and sev ral childien to mourn his dtath Miss Maud Cheatham for men of this place but LOW a student Iof the K FO S Midway Ky is at home to spend vacatin We are glad to learn that she will be able o attend another season Lloyd Pinkston has gone to Illinois to visit his brother Sleet Pinkst n We had the ple3iur of attend- Ing the birthday dinner on Tues day last at the home of Mr D C Thompson MI Thompson was 71 years old Those pese1t were Rev J A Sims and wife A W Breckinridge and daughter W P Scruggs and family John Perkins Julio Grider RlJ Crouch Henry Thompson and ffamily Mrs De3 Shewmaker Vm Gordon and daughte Merritt Hungate md wife We a pleasant day and thanks to the host and hostess May we all have the pleasure of diniug with Mr Thompson again im the near future is the wisu of the writer Will Jlaybrooke and sister M iss Jeonie of your Ion spent last Saturday evening with Airs J W Hyatt Mrs Jennie Birch andsister uf Louisville are visiting Mrs viaryj Jane at Bi chwood Dr W W Hyatt hae returned huuic after a few daJ S visit in LouisviJIc E D Wells is in LouisyiUe tlis week MOORES7ILLE Mr Jeff t ox and f milv at ltended church 81 Chaplin Fork last Sundaw Sunday school at New Hope cnurch every Sabbath mornini a t J30 ocloc r T D Sweetey iSupenn enderit Mr John Higdon was ov r t see Mr Wm Sweeney last Sun day Several from ere attended county court at Springfield Its t MondayMr Jack Green and three children of Samuels Depot vis ited Mrs Ruth Green last Sun day and Monday Co Rodney Dugan of Wood lawn visited M r George Bodire last Sunday Mrs W O Ellis son andI daughter visited Mrs Tea Ilerd ren at Bloomtleld Saturday Dr Peake and wife of Louis ville are visitng Dr Shehan ul Maud Tbey boti we t to sre Mr Logan Sheian at Sunday who is very iill of kid iPy trouble Well the can lidutei Jr Com monwealtVs Attorney slighted us as thfy were at PJin Irlda SatnrdlIiin these parts IW O Ellis IIHS accepted ihe agency of the Excelsior Steam Latndry Day on Ohio Batt leaves every Tuesday andre turr s kIt iwrng Mondy He is lsoagent for Sunny Slo e Nr r sery Hannibal Mo W 8 Hall Proprietor Save your orders he will call to see you Farmers will wind up plD ing c rn Ihs week We are needing rain very mmh George the five yearold child uf Mr and Mrs G T Re nolds was bitten recently by a dog supposed to be mad The litlo boy was taken to Lebanon to the theIiminuesoThe little ffIIV is till right at present I looks like we mighti have another wedding this mil Precinct meetings next Satur day to srlec delega es to i1 naie a candidate fr State SenaS LlliIli thisIRuc er ol Springfield tended church at Mt Zion Sunday Mr Edd Gregory of Spring field called at thlh place las Sunday to see his best girl Pleasant Hill 1 Mr George Royalty and wife cf Seaville were vi iiing relatives here last Wednesdayt EffKays bought ia nice buggy of Alb rt Wilhmi of Card well for 85- Levi Saterly anjJ Miss Annie Royal y visited tpo family off Lark in Den at HiMsboro Satar day n gin bnd Sunday R v Martin of Ashhroole preached at Mt Olivet churc1rSut lay niornln2aThi community v as visited last week by a good sho ver of Iirain wbich diJ voiy much gOld James Kays was In your town ItMonday on businr s Wesey Golf and wife of Fair view visited the ami y of Cephus Royalty Saturday right The NEWS LEADER is a jood county piper It fives you all he news every way and keeps you posted on the markets I think evory fanne coud affo d to give a year for it They woulJ never miss Ith Mrs Mary Royalty and dauch Jame51BJlnett PuIIinm jWe are still dry in tnis vi ini ty Wheat and t pacco i11lints are sulTTirg very much Eld Hyatt and wiof Kansas City a e visitmsr frjief ds andre ti tivts near here this wcvk BJHI on May 21st to the wie of J N Gordon ja daughter Both mother ard babe ae doing well Thomas Royalty land wife of As brock were tIe guests off W N Keeling bunday On latt Tuesday 6 C Trnmp son celebrated his 70th 1nn e1ary at his htrne near We are unable to yivo the nan of thts p esent lSI The baa condi ion o tot aco IpKints is a general complaint ainoi x our farmer John Denni HJJJIQ cro turned out to b3 a water melon patch Waller Kerlinei whom we spoke of last wok being hurt by imjIluiugFENWIGK Rev P P I1rlnaiv led hs r gjlar a P10 lIt went re Sat ut hey Miss E hoi Hers is vstn fivoncls acidre itive1 at Willis burg lets vdelr Missus Jonne Losjsd m spout the first of the vpk wih the Misses Haydon of Texas Mr J B McAlisljer ad tho misfol tune to 1se a v ry valu able CV one d y st o eel Ms J G Cecil an Master h 1CROUPSWELLINGS and all INFLAMMATIONS Prevcats Paeuraoala find Pleurisy IT SOOTHES IT HEALS IT CURESi l loG 301r3LuuLOOOt BBttOOXSTs ror SaIeb1 L J iiayaonI H wa szeo Alvan of Ra wick were first uf the week her Miss Myi te Logsdon FecwickI S iiMrfamilyoff Mis Setie Shewmnker of Mackville lent the first of the Veek with her siter Mrs Will Natty Miss Emma Adams visited tier Isir er Mis Ella at Mrs WTMcLaughliuo last Aeek f IMr mi rs 4 L Litsey of Texay visited the family of Mrs Nannie Fen wick Sjiduy Dan Mcllvny andwife spent 1Mise1 hiMattiavisjteJ Miss Margarets parents here Saturday and Sunday Misses Ros and Annie Kelly ftod Mattie Beglty sptnt Satur d tY night wit Mrs Alex Smith FOL11 Mr Jerome Wells and hi prett y wife are visiting his bru tei W T Wells The many frinds of Mr Edi Hyatt and wfd are glad to know hat thtfy aye returned from vlisaoiiri o make Washington county their future homeIMrs John Kays is better after a visit to Tut hum Springs Mr Henson Scott and ife arey isitin Mr Turn Snider at Chaplin Jii One m re case of smallpox 5s reported in our vicinity We te pleading for protec ionIDavis Crow and wifu arj visit ing iriends near Willisburg Mrs Lizzie Cheatham has reo tturned after a few days say with her mother at Chaplino itTraonwealtha Attorney wrre here tthis week tiylng to gain the jfavor of the clemocrats Alt made a gooJ appearance bi tctthe majority seems to like the son of ureen HHIsboro 1 Tev Biduf Maple Hi1 i1 p erachenUnt and Sunday Rev W Ezra Sutherland and wife have returned home frcm Taylor countytMr G H Ballard and cbam iing daughter M ss Katie ur-f Pleasant Grovo at endtd church here Si nday Mesdames Julia Leach mat andj M teMaryMiss Jeurie Ca brolkuf yojr 1cUMis Annie Ro uhf of Picas I cOU8jJIL tten cod chiuchat Wil blur r Sunday rf hasIle e Mr Val ei Draw ley and wife Iianfe v sited Wi Sutton and if J Sunday Mr Albert limes and wife are i the guests of Mr adMrs U W Ode IMessrs Len G oil by and Jalm Stjof Benedict of Memphis fCIIIII spent Tuesday niuhi seth Jul11 a Leaciitnai ILitlle Dvey and Curl is JIl guesti of heir co isins Zelma aud f lli Mel y Miss Sue ElgMton is on tile sick list Julio SoUl lust a nice milch w lUst wcoiNt JuLio Shewmaki r b light two hugs fiuH FouZi Se e fur t1Of ilCrllnJohn leccpIsIIi 1I si ose youll stbeHefty wlrli a friglltI1Id dIirObrdan Rluill some titidix 0lc11OhljPrapsat the same tItiienWouldnt It be awful John If the parson should make a mistake and gharry us to ench othep 1I shouldnt mind bNotruth John w IqBagpipeRniBagppestoScotliitid JuientJ and Roman played Nero Is said to hun perfnrmiHl upon It and nn old jilew or 4Mlin rcnlptnre represents a llJttCdreIIelJntheiallblontl1zf 1h higbhind cotunzell f a 7fI Ii 4a 1 Toea Cold in One Day 111Tkt L Wii JL zti no Quinine TWStO J sviiry5ev s buss s4 k pt12ts TWIIftt9 MWLblt 33 j a i i tJiAi r AiAi Ai AiAiili AiAiV aJII ktI III The Farmers Supp1giiirzt I ii i Jt I1Jt jf fI 11W QL L s0ifiW stim MMJ l THOMPSON GREEN Is the place to go with urpro Juets I getyourSuppIyot 1 Z J a 1a q ji FIELD SEEDSi tj rOraJI kinds Agents for OLD BICJtO RYWtAG Q = for thn I ebrate d r s11 u C t I ELLWOOD STEEL WIEE 3 Nl i1tta1 I3 OUt line of buggies for the SnringTrilje ijJr JI llg1ij tig arrive and is more ablIe1aboratetha ever Lc J t Ii COAL in any Quantity at Lowest Prices 1 r S a ii3i hj ojTHOMfiSON fRuc GR trnt3r sSPBINlErELDaI= eiftt n m ImIf t mMl i Your longue IfI f its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean our tongue cure your dys rightiasy25c All drUgIsts- UTmOUS5OTbaT4f Waul a beautulI bruwn or rich black TbcDu- eBUCKINGHAMS j DYEli I DaJ i4L I ec10 THE PRINCIPLE OF REST A Per Practical Iltat That Amcri can flhoulj Coaildcr The principle of rest Is the principle f relaxation a temporary cessation lipeilsion ot energy train any part or Crow oil of the body Absolute rest 1m plies the complete letting go of all tension mental nervous and physical All are luvolred to some extent In ev ry act of our doltf life nor can they bo entirely separated Let us see what will happen If we place the body In a reclining position absolut1PbYSlenl energy This eu rgy Is unconsciously clnimunlcatcd to the nervous system and soon the tire physical self lain a highly tensed coudltlou Few people realize this un til their attention Is called to It They tthink they must bo resting when the body Is Inactive It is not necessaryr t hat the body be exercising In order to Lt tense A set of muscles may b nervously tense and yet be apparently motionless This difference between tense muscle and ax muscle entirely reIiI lascd or devitalized la what I want yon thoroughly understand for this n3 condition brought on by mental nervous strain and often held with out relaxation for hours produces great exerjd3Clilloql Remember alxr Ti that the mind is jlLe great controlling power and It is oearlyiIJbody can rest satisfactorily If the xdy would rest the mind must rest jjjjiliu In other words think rest let ko of everything mental and relax onlpleteiy1Lose Edsonflelme In tMl tr1tl 1AVeritarr aIJno or Kliuply n vernlller ScrawlerWelt when the editor lights bin ittw with my ntuff Its a ease of Averse afire riilladclphla Itecord Gluttony In Ancient Rome L Peculhir dotnlls of gluttony In the tlnysi of nnclont Koine In a re c t ItseIrullijyorthy of his cige It was because Re goutIdnunntlc manner At weal the fjjoimun uII1 to cifllnc on couches krllltfUIIpohlld on the left elbow an attitude un fn ort to digestive ease pipill1g81Ioitly way to pronounce Intelligently upon tin cookery of the ancients would to try It Who among present day gpuruiets U rannble of detecting fifty diffenntt flavors In pork Who could et a composed of aniseed mint ugaMlda dates vinegar oil red wine and giiruni the mst Ingredient being a ituid drawn from putrid lieu The writor of the book thinks there way ill be voting npd vigorous stomachs which could stand the Roman dish of rIse which consisted ofUn quantity the most fragrant roses pounded a mortar with tthe boiled brains of and plge nnd also the yolks of egg and vitlr thorn oil and pickle Juice Itlap popper and wine Wanted Tlieta Labeled There was u certain master of fox shireciuwiudnpfis of one of the gentlemen TVhp yprinbiy rode over the hounds At of the meets thc K H rode tip ttie awkward hunter and In the moat jejilllug tones said U51r S undso1t rean two dogs in the pack today Sifup nail Tntters Which I am espe cially fund of and rwouldl esteem it favor if you would avoid killing orwnlmlnc them wUhj your horae oofs Certainly ay dear fellow replied Sir Soandso but n I do not Unpff tliepj wIll you be Ulna etioufU puftagi so Uimfor ti A Few Fg7 triai1iLongfellow could takea worthless slieefof t nli paper write a poem on it and make it fiworth 5000 0 Tha- J JJ P Morgan can write a few words on a piece of paper and makeitfworth ijopogoi 3i 1n MIi J 7tht C afA mechanic can take a pound of 5 tee1Vworkit into watch springs and makeJtworth 8oo t uThMjkjIC We can write a cheek for 1000060 M rcwould not be worth a dime t tr JtQJimi t Your wife cn buy it coak worth 10 biitaJIIperersThere may be merchants who will tell yBtf jjgpthat they have better stock than we havetiJJ5SJSS 3Uat taG 1 1 We have a gooJ tock of all kinds of buildf di ei ing material that we are willing to exchange 7itlor either Free Silver or Gold at a re4cI t able profit Thats CorrmnSns J SprceM Lbe i Tile Hasuia Body wJio1lac1rrequested to wrIte an essay poJ the human body handed In the follow therhead thorax and legs The head contains the brains In ease thero theIheart and lungs also the liver J d lights The abdomen contains boelsot wJiicp tbecrote flvd ar eio u and soaietlmea W and j The iega extend from the abdomen to the floor and bare 4iige3 at the top ani middle to enable a fellow to sit nrtea standing rito tuad truea sitting APHORISMS He who flatten iou Is your enemy Cardan Isuret laughing chcerfulupsa throw sun light on all the paths of life Rlchter There Is no calamity which right words will not begin to redress Etn ersou Experience Is a keen knife that hurts while it extracts the cataract the l blludsDe Lliiod t To forgive a fault in another more sublime than to be faultlossLpjiev tseltGeprge Sand I coldenIjudgment to keep silent La Bruyere It is better to suffer wrong than dOr it and happier to be sometimes cheat ed than not to trust Samuel Johnsoou lTn Logic 1 The logic of childhood Is frequent as convincing aslit is refreshingly orig Inn Mrs Ijs little daughter Is very much given to reasoning things out for herself and seldom falls to arrive at a satisfactory conclusion Some weeks ago she gave a party Jo a number of llittle friends and when the time came for them to gotfiome she politely asked them if they had enjoyed theinsplyes All replied In the afflruiatlve with the exception of one conscientious mild who said frankly No II dldnU I had n horrid tlmp Did you reallyT said the small hostess In a puzzled tone 1 dont see wb I had a lovely time but then she added reOeetivelyl suppose I ougfjt tor yes you see It wat my party Brooklyn Eagle yNelJne bithisUp alAlltbatPhHadei1a Nasal CATAIIHt t c1Ia dlCbs1t nj tathtY C8la alm pUcrt Mi tte MMte ntt 1 ksi 2w antis S3If1I- IRl4iMlMdS511efl5Ir1 Iao It kWjqfar4Ote MIrIafeeaxitlLz1Gcsa4byxs1 i rw Jl 4- 1Zr iPr lot Ath14ILIMGeuUeDWl 155 L down with whte iwell fM s 1gfoMsq uslarlt I awa at 5a- bcrutcbeI tb1ak1fIbM would cart sae I- Jnaaat I recaireCibs M now so siack bttter CMLlnUk ssSianc m now w eI 1uJiroteueci iiaCjaat1 C lrlwIftPI n Ge rSwnei = +Potato It curesithats 10Oper bottle ayoux r4g1att the ia a Katscky o Forsal3tgdot 1rnia c GSoSoSoDDIHat j1 ThMf4 t Blue Gnas J f 4 i ite xsI 1 Fruitan nament at trees ipsmallfrBits a fjarira rheubathandey ry thngfororel1r l lwnjjfand garden rc oo1 Sttawbecj yxaftdjaBJ Jataloeues un rs 0 1U st L i1 iItJ q HJr HILhNETRb =i t Jit YJl f iT f rWretMy aLi J t adapted c- SckareubyWoo4 revelatleiiys to kldserbI4Nitistjafrcnac Ittiptyet syossd nay Iire wULsur pblnts r- It T7 Jl BORTOH t r DCNT14T Jt 4L pjNQ1LDXY ri LAMPTON M 1Is J PUFILDIKY 0 t OPCZr R1irtLfO1 IIk One bGLIO 2 pE rl4 r L e c Zeol JLakjj Ji M POItE 1 f DEE b qj L I r f 1iw tt QIen cD 1IMI C L Iii tlireej Iia eil ciiyrird the march fence a laro below u They q a bUt sthe stalker LI14 HMvlac to tbelrselres I1J1aet tb pacer cWTirtkeii II r he wh4Wiit1rew tet l J- jNcmnL II wturiiy j a rw I yarftook g ru1eare4jTeisily g 4IMijs ier-nAMirJ abitiapiuiesedeer II it tbitOjitAeerparksliauJe It N stIr WeT eiklceil tn with awalletpaddockk1MW oft th4ieir vhfcleft jJstP IB thed f9kyrke iettlag etJ the de- ert4ie kd qif thdwtvz lefJf 95fIl7JUl a niaa- j tw tj adkl4Ml ih PP 6 we tfce lr eig bo the deer IikekiiI we csiWsl1y tli2i m tIiiii st4JNet W4LLt 1Hrectlytlie w i 4tifiredit1ieBl aud- jvlwlr ji4lIsg iMek llato the w r high and idIiireaLtff 1iklT1 lr I ltmdtM11 tb tiftj nli I r JJ da a Lelgbt that I w at k4acc nh1 tth- ereii itt keeper tkowod met the ji 4Iial4 t tdeer tumble down e LaIag t Ute other sldeCountryp L1ft zZJ Lsdaas CressIRgs- T cam croM the three most dan aerreets In Manchester on T ltW7 Insafety but anp jtaiec thewasd aad first Ume you will H zivee If you re uotoubody via will fe4ln JOur place for the av srae ajearneyeJaila by more than a fMiikor two either there or In Lonb3ojL But IB London you can only pass tWymMtmg at BUckfriars bridge Wbkh K tell dangerous spot In ik 4Myr K50 times You may be the Iaey persoB who escapes by chance L9t JNMMbo4y is certain to suffer to keEtke average up counting the ac- cdeatsbfer a spacii of flre years op i to ialft Next cpm the Mansion RamerMLig with a700 to one c t MniTQra J F5 flo aTibmteL- taeo1 I Miot wisithgto W lati mightiest mi on- d earth long ala ktatIatke caa 1oC 4fJlNcty ittii Jfi IktIeg lii rabral r9femtl futa that aasae k enlogy ist es4r1tcaasot be ro4dbrlcJit S8t itiie HTer glory totbenIthe ot WiWi4jmaIike JIsIbIeIi t aH8 lt la seif na awepro ieiiaseaMja kiked Uetk kMi br kaTe ItiisIag a l t W AK Absal It 11 Wt Ia Jb meairg air uarv4Ir jAItITeheeGIve BeC8 IL iCb tedee4 i JemayWbesa sits flown a Ck1c beatp iegtves a violentl panreQu IiTitH r F tJ t aC p t lmeTenrork tiiralfaftoxit aa awful lot of werIcjvt 5O kerrhatsjrexacUyt the rii year ipoy rQ i descrIblngye r preutIUA1c y JIB Pianti1 J t t rkn0W5l11 j tt-t sonrtLirow better Jhani othersrSoiltiybe th esame and tlHM tsatiiI- s f butsome plants are weak an i rt OthTqflrlvj chi 11IiirJ ae11ike tJOUU ftla Sff Hft11tt satnlcare butsomegrow b anton a neJSs ispaea3c r Li i J eis1 4 iliN1 tJ Cvaus1ofteWtiai s iii 1lIIc OtIa ic F cl tiM tthe iOL U17 ir1i1I r as IiiW Ei41 ifr b ai1itsegrow r ttlj J Il Mit Iwj- f1 it a II1 J iltjJt 1 r w 1 o = HHHftiiHWHWW fiHH WOO 1l+taI if tnlnt8 6T Interest i The Freshtst ni 5ti1 AkAbutyurssI- tj Ac tC1fL I r i lnf at tl pS v i i t+a 9Jji stoyes ciIr SbuJizhaie Utem IitBPuct1on1n iA j m mh ORD rniinery at MsiilJiamst soI t 4 fine J Y furnLiure Mayes Jaldfraieand grpceiies also ip Stamps at JKobertson i4 ii cL tji A c g1t goods at Woodp Hiii te n 1doors to 1tn4 iiiat iIie Jjst price at IllMI 1 i i Dst tin ana enamel Iu ranteo if McEI rof u klA1ItLdi S of tho ChI iti n r hmal1 orer lOal theirSi 11IcpuDtyu ayII Foil SALE Thoroughbred i RolanGhina bourn eligible to egtsiration at fronx750 to 810 i cw yTbRedtRebate a E3IouVa license and ai- eoinafongia business like4 waJ l is the time to guard against flresfs Cafl on John Y 6ayes torr preens atoJ screenjSt oorS I rtsoi i WjnSt re 7 r sivd1bkptnent qfIathesready I JitMel dkg aistst 1ccJ ItitSiiliirrioSers arid waists J coJlarsIlc cuff sets atyour own Hce Mrs Rte Williams Crc I itQurtmpt And organ jzeoVherQ Monday but imme iitel adjourned verto June 8th or until after the Democratic thnaryfor this district l l The ladies of the Presbyterian hurch gave a strawberry super onllast Saturday evening for the benefit of the church at Which about 50 was realized The entertainment to be given y Miss Nannie Barte which was announced for tomorrow MgIl t hits lean postponed TheI date will tle given next week tTheynjcsst lot of spiinggonds in Springfield are seen this year at Grandy Clfcybrooke i Mclntyrej thry give you Red R batrtap1psJ too lrJKeep ccol Keap cool If youI cant keepiWot so u t McElroy Sthi1tzetaRefrigeraior Water Cooler and Ice Oieatn Freezer We bve the ben t Buy your groceries from a firs4lass grocer a man who carried nice clean fresh goods Jnq C SHader is the man and gives ed4lams t o IY W rin buy the Wait r A Wood tooiving machine for 38 and the binder for 90 0- 1Fhotnpsoi Green The Woo- diiIcbibe8re not in the trust 1seiies of meetings wllVbe linrtthtfPresbyterian icfiurch on nex afeibbatn arid continuf perJvitedlj alitend thesemee ings STIAYEIiFroIn my premises sibpui XOJ days ago a wb tcso- eigbingabut175 w w lbs Any in fdnaVton wil fie fewarSed Tjy r TA L1TEy Texas Ky J9 t sweat over hot suds this hot weather use PearlinAm Soni wjttshing fluid and cold Jrjwith better results Just liglve oneitral FuUdlr ecti- oicv3ry bottle S VanAisdale the Ik1llf fer atLJtseyba8 had and other improvements JlItin tsmiUQaTvatfe iiow pro ired toiiriaicef fine flour in addi jfcn to tiier iniiKiituffs wKich fi exceil 5y hiffalreadyvgairiedl tIerPuttioiiIIit b iftva been pin pn at the whicS iti b reif the past lii rsk2 coed Sunday night Several aiceir nI toibbchtrc wee maddrIng the metiri ru 11TOPICS8 I andito yrfllnanco if Baptism Ii was admioiatifed to quite a nULL ber M r Stafford who c ueled the meetioes is an abl preacher and made many friends while here LoST StrajJed from rjny place on PrryilJe pike a black Polled Angus cow about 4 years oldo a riqs in one ear In forma wHItrbecB W NEIKIUF Springfield Kyb The Democrats of this Sena- oriaLdWtric will hod precinct onv nJior s Saturday next at 2 m orthe purpose of sending delegates the county cpnvenr to behed at the county seat j on Monday llow ing to nominate a candidate for State Senator 1j he district con vention till he held Wednesday at Lebanon Jailer C tlett with the on dorsement of County Judge Lit yhas wrought a wonderful improvement in the appearance off the Court House and surround ing The inside has been given thorough cleaning and a new matting put on the floor The atd now has fi beautiful green vttrd and since th waterworks have been put in every thing is kept cleean and the dust laid low Work on the new Masonic Temple is progressing finely and only the inside finishing yeff mains to be done We under stand that one of the store rooms on the first floor is tq be occu pied by Mr John B Grundy who will conduct a grocery Mr GrondyMS Washington county boy and has 4been in business at Bardstown for several jtarF He if a good business min and should do well here Mr H D Rodman of Louisville who purchased the Etn Tyler W H Crapster and other farina west of Shelbyville has moved to his new home and will henceforth mako Shelby county his home Mr Rodman iis gone rall manager for Kentupky of the Northwestern Mutual Lifo Inst r ance Company He is a valuable addition to tthe county and we gladlv welcome him to our midst Sbelb ville News Dr Rodman married Miss Hattie McEhoy of this cnunty and he and hi charming wife are frequent visitors hero Court Day Sales There was a very god cowd in town on M nday but the street sales of live sto were dull S M Campbell the auctioneer reports the following sales One cow and calf 2850 one yearling steerll 522 60 springer cow 2876 1 cow and calf 35 1 hay mare Sin 1 bay mare tOB 1 baynor e 38 1 old mule 15 75 1 sow and 7 pigs 25 75 8 barrow h01f24 75 5 shoals 155 each lrIW and 5 pigs 2975 Lots of old buggies on tEe rriaiket at from 2 50 to 20 Candidates All of1he candidates and their friends were in town on Monday end there was something doing politically In the afternoon lYJessrsl Durham McElroy aud Spalding the three candidatesll for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealths AttorneyH held forth at the Court House i md entertained a large COd pith a discussion of the political jssuos of ihe day in general and their claims fur rewad at the hands cf the voters of thedis tnct in particular Mr McElroy led off the discussion in a short address to the crowd in which he set forth his claims and made hiS1wo1lhys1i is a forceful speaker and makes a good impression on an audience He was followed by Mr Durh am of Green whO spoke at some length and held the atten ton of the crowd and kept li is hearers in a good humor from start to finish Mr Durham has a pecu liar butrather attractive style of speaking and has a rough and ready way of scoring a poipt tn an argument His speech was a good vote maker and he evident ly had many supporters in the crowd Mr Hpalding made t- ligoodn7Thn1 U r Pi band rttals n Stt n e pretty soyere thrusts at his bppo 2enlff There stioweyeracoiu tUbJif abe any thin t c fw jifH= NfN L EA 0c = I = = = I J Hit H HRDoFp- fcgnLnAl7 QENT STur rraancntly located 8PRINGF11LD- Kprsomit or ut pleasant in this three cornered contest ahd tte gentlemen ala corjducting a clean honest campaign PERSONJAU Mr and Mrs J L Allen were in L misville last weef Mr and Mrs Yan jey Barber f Bardstown were Iire Monday fudge Andrew Offutt of Leba on was on our streets Monday Mr E A Cox and family re- urned Tuesday frotn Greens burgMr and Mrs E Nj Hundley df Lebanon spent thp ay here Monday Mr John R Phelp3 of liar- odsburg as here the first of the week Mrs Head of BuVgin is a guest at the W C McChord home this week W D Claybro ke and sister Miss Jennie spent Saturday at fahum Springs Mr Bush VauArsdalo of Her rodsburg pased through here Saturday flOUt lo Maud Messrs John May and Leslie McCrocklin of Nelson county were among the court day c owd here Monday Mrs Lucas Moore of Louis ville was here the first of the week and visited the family of G A Dohoner A B Hundley who has been visiting in Lexington and Bloomfield for some reeks was on the streets here Monday Mr John Caybrooke has returned from Nelson rounty and his sister Miss Pearl has gone there to visit relativesIMrs S ML KarricK and chilI dren of Bloomfield and Miss My Bodirie of Maud were here to spend the day MondayI Mr Oliver Ccoako of Croak rs Station spent the first of tho week at the home of his son Byron Croake o this place Mr J H Spalhrg and Miss Lidia McElroy J W Mansfield and Miss Laura McChord and W D and J S Ciavbrookej took in the street fair at Leba non Tuesday evening Mr Vincent Head and bride of Louis ilIe are thcfj uests of vir and Mrs Reed Spalding Mrs Head who was a Miss Hun cock is a sister of Mrs Spald iiig Mr W B Spears eturned Saturday from the Confederate Veterans Reuaioir at New Or leans Mr Spears reports haying a pleasant tine and enjoyed mcCipg itiiiny of his od cow rads of tic lute war Mr and irs 1 L Juries went to Louisville last week where thoy visited relatives for a few days and from that place Mrs Janes wen to Inrtianapois for a short visit and later on will go to Cleveland l Ohio lo soe her SOJL MI n D Lake returned last Saturday fromn very suc cessful business trip through eD tern Kentucky towns wheic placed a good batch of orders Ihe Gen Gord cigars Od Folks Twist and other produces oftleLake Greens ma iufac tory J has been ircoivpd IWord fromI 1 McElr y and fi Grundy wto le t hero about ten days for Kar thatago aas Ciyi they hbd oxtended their trip to include Denver and other western point They were accompanied to Denver by Emmet McElroy and Miss Annie Mc Dowel Native Of This County Mr Lud Curtsin r sixty eight years of age died at the home of his daughter Mrs Al Flanders in this city Sunday morning at 5 oclock af er an illness of about eight weeks of stomach trouble The funeral services were conJucted at the residence by Rev Chas Ander son of the Baptist churcht assisted by Dr W K Patterson of the Presbyterian church and Rev C H Prather of the Me h odist church After the reli gious services the remains were taken charge of by the Masonic fraternity and buried in Barls cemete y with Maso ic honor Deceased was born in Wash ington county February 2P 1835 When quie a young man he united with the Baptist chi rch ati Mill Creek He also became a member of the Masonic orrr He af erwards removed to Baid town and for many Tear was employed by Mr James Poyntei and his succe sor Mr James Uot ton in the undertaking bui n R3Record Unusual find of Pearlsi On Sunday afternoon last Mr Chas Greenwell wade a remark aule find of river pearls He Mr John Culver and Mr Malachi Rogers were bathing in thp Beech Fork just bel w Gcen wells Ford and opened a few mussell shells In one of these opened by Mr Greenwell 26 pearls were found They were of all sizes and shownIehr who pronounced six of them very gooJ and serviceable for conIideredvlir Greenwell that all thes pearls were found in one shel arid none round in any of ih others which were opened Bardstown RPC rJ Backache pains iIi the jointr swelling of the feet headache jaun dice itonrtfh troubles and gcacre debility are pancrally caused by die easca 0 inactive kidnera They can byyrmancntly cured by the use of Gayuba The most efficient remedy known tor kidney complaints Sold by WooS Campbel Notice According to Jecti m 78 Com mon School Law a poll tax ol 150 nail white male citizens ver 21 years of ago tha1 resid inI he graded chool district and a tux of 50 cents upon each om nundred dollars w rih of tajcab property in the distiict own c oy white people or corporate has been levied for one year fo scbool purposes The time tixeo by section 79 is two months and payment mus be made to the District Treasu er Left re the expiration of that time He will be in his office at Springfield oIl limes to receive said tax A1 the expirttdn of that time n ipiwty of 5 per cell will be added and it wit then be the duty of treasurer U enforce same This April 24th 1903G WHAHTON Dist Treas Office over Haydon Barber ilJJjitiiJ tji tj lJili iiitiiti iliifi 1 f tjtj itj LOW PRICES ON CLOTHING I We must now begin to reduce our large stock of the choicest lot of Merchandise ever shown Our 3 first attack will be on the Cloth iing Department For the balance of senson we will offer all Spring Clothing for Men and Boys at S CUT PRICES f Wool Black Cheviot 500 a Suit All Wool Black Clay 695 a Suit e A look will convince you thntw are offering Genuino BARGAINS i ROBERTSON BROS E tf tU ttn tttfm tHO 1f 1f1 IA II Sale 11For hackney staj l brood1m tolkIhOn milch cow male hop 1 jsow and 8 nice pigs Also 500 whte oak posts slat boardand wagon timber Address EARRY DERRINGER SpringHeld Ky Will Cere ConsnmDlion IA A Herrcn Fincv Ark writes Honev and Tar iz the best preparaticn fr coughs colds and lung trouble I know tlatit hascured eunumptiou in the first stapes Soid by Wood Campbell FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS Their Life b nn Exciting One and carries Many Responsibilities American visitors In Paris Berlin or Vienna 9tten wonder how and where corccspondcuts do their work The trut4Is a large part of their work is done at these very social gatherings whdre you have met them Important nevjs is usually there obtainable only Statesmen and diplomats genarah and admirals lenders of thought arid action the foremost men of business and the Indefatigable promoters of great new ventures all the men and women in fact who mats the news and who are the fountain head of Itthe correspondent will meet there It depends on his individual exertions and on his tact anti gift of persuasion what use he mntea of his opportunities Being treated as a social equal It devolves of course on the correspondent to recipro cute favors shown not in quantity per haps but at least in quality The lead Ing hotrespondents must have homes of con ort and must throw them open to the official and unofficial world at state rjatervaU say three or four times per season Their private fortunes or their Incomes must be large enough to admit that Their annual expenditures cannot be less titan 5000 and way ex ceed 15000 The London Times for Instance pays its correspondents on u liberal scale salaries of 5000 to 10 000 being the rule Yet the majority of them find it necessary to make up regular deficiencies in their exchequer out jof their own private funds TIle life of the American correspond ent pu the continent of Europe is a life interesting and fascinating enqugh in its Svay and It broadens tile mental horizon as perhaps nit other occupa tioi1docs But it is ajSerye destroying litea life in which tRerels scarcely a minute he can call hjs very own Everyday In the year it spurs its slave on to utmost exertion It barely pays ex petfees anti it necessitates constant outlays In time and money which can not lx put down In the expense ac count and which fire a drain on health anti purse alike Even under the most forlorn bit circumstances the game is hardly worth the candle To go to bed af2 or 3 fupgcd out with never end- Ing excitement nUll till to be waked out of a sound sleep an hour later by a ring nt the telephone or by inoppor rude cable inquiries from the home of lice to dress hurriedly take a cab to the nearest telegraph office and mere wire a hasty reply then to return and sriek a few hours of fitful sleep nnd to rise morning after morning unre freined with never repose for body and soul all this is neither conducive to longevity nor ton quiet and con tented mind Worlds Work Some Visual Measurement When I watch a new building going up dRY by day from foundation to flagstaff sold the city salesman I ei so muddled by the time It Is completed that cannot tell for the life of me whether it is fifty feet wide or MO feet So far as mere visual measure meats go the size varies so much In tile course of construction that confu sion Is unavoidable When the ex caVatlon fur the foundation is In order the hole In the ground seems so enor nious that I could take oath it covers tn acre lot After the steel framework goes up the building shrinks amazingly and I say to myself Well that isnt going to be such a big affair after all How could my eyes have deIceived me so when looking at the exI cafrutlon t But when the walls arc finished and the windows In and the decorations all stuck In place the whole building swells out again prodigious Ii New York Times Some Foreign CoIn The franc was formerly called llvre pound though the connection with tiny special weight uot evident The newt of the Oennan coin murk mean ing a vlnht of eight ounces was for itierly In general use in Europe The name of tInt Italian coin that corre with the franc lira also means pound The coins in present use in SJmln have their names from other sources The live peseta piece which corre ponds with the American dollqr Is 3illed escudo shield Peseta tho Uiuiie of the small coin representing tile monetary standard means simply llttle piece Ruble Is from the Word meaning to cut and was so lied because originally the coin was rlade with nn ornamental edge DO YOU GET UPpV WITH A LAME BACK Kfdney Trouble Hakes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful LJcures made by Dr LJ jit Kllmprs SwampRoot the great kidney liver L and bladder remedy t It Is the great med ucaltrlumphoffhenlne teenth centdry dls II covered after years of Ij byIjsent kidney and bladder t specialist and is onderfully successful in promptly curing me back kldey bladder uric acid frau 5es and Brights Disease which is thoworst form of kidney trouble Dr Khmer s SwampRoot is not rae Smended for everything but ifyou have kid ficy liver or bladder trouble It olll be found Jjust the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work In private fjractlce among the helplesstoo poor to pur ci ase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has IhfspaperWhoj Imple bottle sent free by mail also a book jtelllng more about SwampRoot and hoW to find outjf you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous ilUr In this paper and Yf lfV address19tr hiwnton Ni Yt The SguJar fifty cent wd M at tpvffjytei- JbTltrsizc tirir sold by all good dru plitf a6 1 I EVfiPORflTED FRUITS of all kinds going cheap toclOl jAlsoI axWheat j f Q DONT FORGET1II l i 4Thatr KT always on hand Phone 57 andgivcigrma us a triall order is all we ak Ehi j PH ES MATES JRtlli jiIi 4 e IILISIT1VI I 9 GUNNINHAM f 11 I DUNGN81TsTORE iAnd seethe great display r Embroideries i Laces f Lace Ties t= Lace Coors f f 1 Ill An unsurpassed vjariety o- tWHSM if GOODS in Silk Ginghams Mercer ized Ginghams Merceri2efl 1q I 1 Waistrngs Knickerbockers Voiles1 c- iAlHITE Jiq Itt GOODS in Mercerized Madras xIfords Piques c f fI CFPTS Ic Just Received the largest stockCarlpets in Tapestry Brussells Ingrainsrand Granites Cbina and Japanese 4 K Mattlilgs Linoleuin s and lIClolh jilv that we have ever shown jLACE CURT NS t The most effective designs in Lace Curtains ranging in price from 40c l J to 600 a pair I 7 WA LL PAPER t We are showing a most complete stock t S of Wall Paper in Beautiful combing b tions of French Patterns Crowns ff tg Florals Tapestries Ingrains and Tiles r git would certainly interest you to flc visit this department 00 We offer special iinducements to 1cash buyers in prices and the Blue Rebate Stamps CaHforyouf stamp 7 i Yours Very Respectfully 1 Cunningham fi imcai 2 111 t 4 tJOHN S WcELpOY t GENERAL INSURANCE 6biit o Fire7 Life and Tornado 6S OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK llJ t nt u During my absencefrpm office W K Ctigsaor George Neikirk will attend to any buslns for mer1 Foleyi Eoneyand Tar contatanato 1oplatee an4 wul cOnstipateiJc- nearly all other cough medlciesRe fultf ab tdtel1Sold v Woo Caiopbeli PoIy Kidnf Qatt C tcY nd bi4rr iftt Vheyouta peisk try ChomtaIusStecMt SS4LMSC J t TabLeteThey areeuyi4 tabc y 1 pleatant to take Joe aW fef indnsdrugstOre tLr kqALLX5I tIe I Jr1 a4 Wash ton Lette 1iitbai4toe sngOL Q3t mas qe naJ Pavnes annpunced I thatthera1coUld fce rf deficit in iic Appropriation lor heee int1rvtci rl apptoXimatiflgj to 25OQORTid for hat reason no nlWfTee Seliver r routes would bi etabIishebcfore tim flrsvott jluy Since then Inspector FOV- jiwHakbgetif designatedi acting fSncrd Superintendent of Free t VDIvery Mr Machen the for 15fflf isiumbent havirg been re J J lirved Now fMlFosneq has f tlieovered thlit ijrxsiead of 25000 oiess the actual deficit will Awount to not lless than 235000 T is Js but aturtber di n cnitral- lciAc of the extravagance cf the m hodsheretpfore in vogue i- ntth Postpfflce Department and ainst wbifch First Assslant yHoltmaster Gener lWjnn protested therfeby precipitating the current tig tOn Thi most sensational feature ofietostofflcO scandal during the past week has been the state meiyfoff fbrmer pah tel T loch oftjWaihingtoti Postoffice int h1ffieivesdate and number ofe vouchers covering manv t grave irregularities involving girst Assistant Postmaster Ggral Perry Heath exPost mwer General Smith Abcej jcKiniev a brother of the1at lfrtdentr and numerous other prooiinent QfticiisoWhenthls r rtMa irefe filed the Post IImer Getiferal attempted to kilJt frith ridicule but when theporttself was made public Taj Mr TuliocEftf caused a great set ation and the Postoffice oil ci iarenow o igaeed in trying to emonstrate thit the more serious charges are exaggraed In cwe instance a Mrs Farnie R Syinans oNColum us Ohio v wtlplacccton the rolls at the behcst 9k Senator Hanna by Perry Heath but not only wa assigned to no duty but could se cur none although she urged Jthsber be gfyeni opportunity to earn her salary tat a period of eleven months Mrs Winan isW92iernloyea9fttte Pen- r slon Officejhaving passed so ve ra1flvjl service examinations and4eenpiaced in the classified erIeA IratO Rbdey of New Maxi co has come to Washington and- makes the announcement tha th ljfriends of ftateKood lhay agreed on a two state bill and prbposetp jJtock alljegislation untUjtheir measure has passed He further ass rts that Presi dentSiq sjeltJias become con vinoea thatsticha bill should te enacted and will favor its cpnsid eratioaattho next session li tie yrill berdmembered however 4 thattItwas stated in these letters Jlast F ritbatihe manager in tneVSenate had agreed to enx act atwo slftie bill at the coming- session and it tai lurcher that atrth ittaethe President was anxious that sich a bill sbou d pass In fa thadh not been 4 for tfbac opposition of Senator Beverage rwho as chairman ol the conjcpittee on Territories l was all potent such B bill would haveipRssed at the last ses3o4 so Ihatt Mr Kodey and hi jrrlen94 wMhardly be compelled todo niiQh Blockading MIitBUeTi SLnebas made f rqitt tfid Secretary of Stute i1 thti wurwdamage Iroat t- hl3f Turl Uh Qpvonumcnt ns indcu 11U1ffor the cature und dctcn tlotiof herself tilId her cotnpin Ion Mlaa Stone matte rn ape 44jtiflCdCmafld but it as at ow r t1gieid that the United Stat indelnityoftll outthegasanafuiiilshesS Ignorance tile newspapers with a jest and as obituary notice Didnt know it was loaded maV be aa honest plea but it never brought a victim back to life Those who let a cough nm on Sj iignorance of the danger Sid noeczpefrom the co- nCSWhentbcough1e9 de I ye tllu g trou leIThe Eesetimtkiira snake la in the egg The best time to cure a cough iis when it osesGfDrkal Discovery willt cure a VflbeUtheCOugbisjeepleated cough CU1aCUtionDr t the beg1nuiug But MedicalDirIctaces out of every Jiuadred effcct t perfect sad permanent cure peoe DdtMIptlee rtIIh Shtrernau of tcnI1cc th lraJ touch e aCe atuost any time After SIlseC4 bia lad weak to cTose 1 ht d ci did bttn eo good Isdrstt who handed joe DiecgyMy I J tim ys sIT bepan wing Dr Pierce andSwoetkThe ContfMi Sense Medical Adviser lOOP1itjrcoversissentfzei t sctai roiwceat stamps to pay rn Addr Drr VPeJIdalo 2i Y 1 MentalStrait Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Dose WeaK r I ened Stomapli Dei MilesNervine Cured Me Dr Milea Restorative Nervine brings rest iad sweet sleep to the tired brain vriirn out with the cares and anxieties of the sickroom Head the following I have always been healthy with the ex crption of a touch ot rheumatism since ray a ecame on up to the time of my husbands list illness some tears ago I assisted in nursing iuy husband for nearly thiee months when he departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside trom extreme nervousness my trouble com n enced with sore Ihrgatand neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition ofmy stomach soon told pon my general health I had little appetite and was soon furced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was up about the house I continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Milqs Remedies has been strengthened by experience of other people our daughter hav tug used Restorative Nervine with splendid results In a case of pars ysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills re ports that she has been completely cured oi neuralgia by their use I know of a number of others whom yourmedicine has helped in a large degree I wish you continued success Mxs FRANCES COFFUAN Dayton Va All drurgists sell and guarantee first tle Dr Miles Remedies tend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind that the payment of the ransom wouU encourage further out rages of a similar nature but it is believed by persons faniibr with the Turkish Governmeni that if the United States were to compel the payraett of a liberal indemni v such would not be the case The caim is put forth by Turkey tint Miss Stone had been warned not to travel in the section where she was captured without an escort but it is claimed t mt Great Britain the rights ef whose citizens are respected to a greater extent than those of any othr nation never accepts an excuse but invariably demands good measure and runnirg over in cash whenever the rights ofa British citizen are violatedThe people of Wash mgton recently held what they conceived to be a reproduction Jf a county fair for the benetit of the juuior Republic and if the mistakes of rura Uts who jouae to the city infrequently are laughable those of the ur oanites ho attempted to simu Ililerur1 customs were ludicrous in the extreme For intance to add realism to the Dairy De partment alar o sleek steer was ttthered near the entrance His presence frightened some of he women and so a herder Vas added or perhaps it would be better to say a vuletin tin person of a colored gr om in s Ik hat and bottle green Iiv6ry The groom took isis pliice tefore the steer and stood libe a statute ingJtfat to move often The country postmUties was dressed as no postmistress in real life evei cressed She look d like aI washerwoman just from the tuj rather ihan like a postmistress Miss Ro sevelt was present and s Id flowers for t2 per lower and the whoe nffair was voted u a great success Good Rends In a recent meeting railed for the purpose of promoting public interest in public roads the Hon vVi Jrr B Yt of NtbrasUu said Ih iisi Important for the welfare tJr Our government uui fur thp improvement of our civilization t ut we way make lifo upon the frrn as aiiractiye as possible Noixithst ndiug the intro duct ion of free letter delivery the IC rhone gas manufactur lug p ants and the extension of electr c car lines there still remains a pressi g need for bctet ccuntry road a neJemplta Szcd and tnaae moie app irent by th pavement of city sireet As long as ncud placed an en ba go upon city 1ImC the far me could bear his mud made sulation ith less cotnfjlant but wi h thi ilTJplOeni lIt of city streets and with tile establish ment of pirks and boulevards ilie farm ls jjist dema d f r better roads fcnJs in reading ex- pressIon The p ope no v realize that bad roads are inde ensi ble aj d are prepared to consider ihf remedy Home and Farm rejets and comjnends the words of r Biydtuwith Kreat satsf ction We take pride in the rellecti n I that in the very beginning of ttic movement fir free rural Delivery Home and Farm tt od fw equal prjilegesfor I rm rs and merchants There was LO reaoj jV1aIIH living with n fifteen postfdCice should bay e their malt de livtred nt ilfeir do rs four times n aay win b fa raers lVftfg five uVd Jen ntils from Jhe OUfflce hud to o after t emuil them selves t 1BUt the fri e rutal delivery is iirtln s ries of things needed to make the farm more attr ctive Ve nil recognYzethi fci that there has been a draw ing off of youuic people from agricultural pursuits to our great cities It is one Of the tendencies of the times ihai we should do what we can to coun teract The chief method of counteracting is to make the farm attractive io ah of iLs as peNs It is now attractive f ri its heaUhfulness its fl eeom from excitement its quiet and serene beauty It is u attrac tive in that it is isoated thtt tnere is little social terco re or s cial pleasure and in tbe dis tance from school and from church privileges There are great changes going on in life iiI America The exension of the electric cat Hies turough Ue rural districts will undoubtedly do much to draw people from hej tjwns to the irarneliate viciuity of the towns and gradual y bring the more remote districts into direct connection wih a certain part of town lifeIBut the larmer nerds to cur sider e pecially the valu of go d roads Tiis would make lie more attractive on the fa m but pritnariy it is a msauri fo making farming more profltable through all years good aud badI It is nOt possible to estimao the cost bad roads entail upon ihe farmers of America Wo have greatly reduced the cost of transporting farm products from a railroio depot to the great mar kets of the world but it costs about as much now as it ever did to get the larm crops from the fieldsl to the railroad s ation The th ng for the farmers to d- ui to reduce t us cost by actiug together and securrg better roads all the year round Home and Farm Found A Leak As the result of drinking what tiey thought was whisky five mea employed at the Adams Ex press warehouse in were poisoned lne CincillllatiI after arriving at the The oUter four men are hOPltUII rious condition At oclock Wednesday a hot tIe was received fnm Mempnis addressed io ICiti Nobbe 507 Harris str e Cincinnati In handling jhe bottle J D Ficker discovered a lead and remarked to the other men This is a nce b tile of booze and too good to let go to waste One of the men procured a tin cupand aliI t nk JJa drink They became vioently ill in a lew moments n1 were rushed to the city hos pital Iikerdiedi on arriving tlure whilo William Stevens George Eberl Louis Burbank and William Daly are r ported in a serious c ndition The police arffof the opinion that the oottle contained either arse rfcj or embalming fluid ungilb Bra The composition of KiiKlUh lirns r about seventy parts of copper thir- tyL of zinc Prim Ilnperts metaP contains 75 to 80 tier tnt of copper and on account of Us golden color li employed to some extent In jewelry Tbe kind of brass rolled tombnc con tains still more copper nearly eighty five parts In a hundred It is the alloy used for the manufacture of what Is called Dutch metal an Imitation of gold leaf It can be rolled into sheets and thus can be beaten out till they are only fiftythree thousandth of an Inch in thickness Chambers Journal Two aide to It Wife Itll hateful of you not to girt mo the bonnet want Ah me If you only knew bow much hart to tuft up 1IIi- ltlitetintidtTuIi If you only knew bow lIttle have to put up with you wouldnt nk me to put up for a bonnet Philadelphia Prens MRS L S ADAMS- Of Galveston Texas Wint of Ccdul It Indeeda blessing t tired women Having suffered for seven yeari with weakness and bear Ingdown pains and having tried sty teal doctors and different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helpedme andeventually cured me It seemed to tnngthenthe By tiredwomcn Mrs Adams Imeans nervous women who have theIor anyof these ailments that women have You can cure yourself at home with thssgreat womens remedy Wino of cured Wine of Cartlui has thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not begin to get well today druggists have 100 bottles For disordeeDlaclcDraughthould gtytnEsymttteinsTiw Ctatuuooc iliMlcbo C- cEorRDW 111 Tcm VFeFThet r Imakes one chummy with good sleep Wouldnt at Pleat vrouidut bcllere it till tried It bat Force a cure for toed to stay awake nleht after night Now eat a big bowlful of Force just before goiug podfriend W4 v ii- Ii iittG Cnjvrtght by C McClure ti + the blue waves danced shimmering ly In tbe sunllsht The three lounging in tilt shadow of the pier found its coolness grateful Kitty Covington sat up suddenly scattering the sand in nil directions Ob Ive lost uiy St Joseph she itd with a little gasp of dismay Til own lying at her feet rose with one accord anxious to appease her ladyship Lost whatt they asked in Joseph petulantly And now shall never find It in oil tills waste of sand nor my atllnlty Her lioiiefesslywhjch they had strolled from the lintel TIll rising tide had already obliterated their footprints hi never guessed that you had allY thi g saintly about you Tom Patton a look hut he went nIIIlyI And s whats thrt you face flushed Oh nothing site declared wltb pal KiTTY hEll IUBU1MJ S1IIIES pably as iuned cureks nes gazing tixislly at passim sail Hut they would not be iahl tIll so finally slit told till m its an imae of the Ralnt ws wpriap around my luvk so tthat she hi Jtated hut went on d liantly should know when met Juy attintly A shout of laughter went up front the men Kitty Jumped to her feet and Itnrtrd to poke dllipently with her parniiol in the sand where she had been sIttIng It only shows how Ignorant you nil are when you laugh like that slit mid severely have known girls who tried It end it came truo every time niURt find my saInt or Kb s paused csprtmslvtly Your siliit n sinnrr t you in the Intrb In this henrtlfK Tom saul lightly Kitty could not rpal lIdw the laUChtcr In his ryon Her ovn fljisliid as he wont on soothingly Perhaps your n Unity will find you The girl turned to him scornfully And so you advise me towalt patient ly like an unknown continent till am discovered 1 Thank you but prefer ta dj my own clunsing I Just must find that Stt Joseph Allan Vinthrop had been sennhiig In th sand heap his anxiety In mark td contrastt to Touts cotlncss lit ralsd a face tlusltfd by his exertimiH saying nassurintly Oh your saint shnll be found Miss Kitty nexvr fear Anti no doubt the luiky man who brings It hack to you be your af null y Kitty pave him one of her charming stalks Toms Indlflireiice to her Loss iiiMKlid punishment have unlimit id faith In St Joseph she SalkI sweet ly so do Iliad him for me Mr Win two started up the beach Allan radiant over such unusual encourage ment of his hopes lint Toms face still wore a teasing smile as he picked up the forgotten parasoll and followed theta at his leisure During the next three or four days nU tbe unmarried then more or less se cretly spent considerable time uiil thought in search for the missing saint Was not Miss Covington the prettiest girl at the Point nnd the most willful But her willfulness seemed only to add to her charm No not nil the men There was one who went on his way serenely apparently oblivious to the necessity for exetioiiTow Pat tonStrangely enough he was the ono man whom Kitty ardently desired to bring to her feet It was the old story of the pursuit of the Unattainable acted wltli modern settings though Kitty would have indignantly denied any deliberate angling Only WoulJ like to hav list pleasure of refusing him she said to herself vindictively Even If am only eighteen and ten years younyer than he Is he must learn to take me serlsuisly Oh I wilt cavbliiz w FfjI Jim Dumps had scarcely slept ai 1iAU1i endureallpasthellneerHes Insomnia IiTis Force At night when lights are dim It soothes the nerrek of Sunny Jim lA Believe ii Insomnia to i T pinkly ro1III quite iia r1 tilLrtnhi oJ afternoon that made lies wrinkle h proty fort tiiitl In surprise It wv Itrom hir cousin Tom Carruth rislif clerk in Inc largest retail Jewery ouSf ot the nearest metropolis Vhat new cmxe has struck thj Point the offending paragraph rarV colnllit rfr notqt the Idnd usunllj cru by young ladief1 11Iouni11lIlielKitts lips parted In a low whistle the walls of her nxKn never be IlIutt l the unladylike procwding It was that try evening lhat TomJ asked her to take a stroll up the beach sbc assented with unusual alacrity They tfere far beyond the touUl1 ot the orchestra In the hotel ballroom be fore Tom broke till silence am gdlng back to town olldny he begun abruptly The girl on his arm shivered it might lune been trout chill at the sea mist which was rising month hits been an unusual ly long vacation for me was at worn out that they made me take it Still tin girl math no reply it has been a very happy time he went on more gently and you have made it happy for me little girl If has been good of you to give so much of your time to a sober old fellow like me Kitty drew away from him Why dont you sjy that it has Ixen kind of you t give so much of your elevating influence to a foolish butterfly like my self Kitty With a masterful move incut he put his hand under her chit and turned her face up to his in till moonlight There were tears tin dark eyes and the mouth trembled piteously Kitty he cried again but thlf time bis voice was full of mad happl luss ashe bent and pressed his lips t 11 It was nil without the help 01 Jis ph she said a little later Till old tensing look came Into TonI fico i have something to confess1 lie bcgrtn mikly He tbritst his ham Into his vest piKket and drew out thi St Jos ph picked it up dnj Vou lust It Iii said contritely ncer meant to kinp It Jut iIi- vani slitil lung fir yours seeing tha had III hope of winning you Anr then think was a bit Jealous of Ill old fll w was afraid Ill mlbt sonic unfair discriminating Thi next morning Kitty was offered three HfVtrnl St1 losyphs with tlnj sliLt liciiinbruncH of tlirec haiub and hrrs Bill she refused tlfoui al lt rtivilv tIt need nny mor St Jiisttli yic said with a chariu lluli fur have found my af Unity And bv noon thitIPoint wns agig ovr ih latest engagtinput t wis all through till St JSiph thi riU raid Uut two people know bit Iaiy llnce A laalcr mann than tin average Bur man It would be extremely lined to that When It U absolutely necessary tot him to work li generally tilts upon some method which will save him a lot of exortlon If he wishes to cultivate a piece of ground he sets light to the brushwood as a cheap oay and offlcr claus motliod of iirpnrlni the soIl two or three years he ctiltlvntfn thnt piece of laud md tlion In llulit to hut Itr Hpnt nbviiig tin Jtinalt prow In old plocr wllib will rrrdy for rcltiirniitf wWn ihp oilier ground wants lest VllicCgroviTj dispense with plows turning loose Instead a number of buf- alois wlib cut up the saturated soil with tbelr Ionfs When a Iuniian lia earned a little money he immediately proceeds to spend It nil for till lint midIIi rf landowners and thero Ixlng no aristocracy tle people art as near b Ioorjpcnpli an itit as rare as rltII11ttII vitliftire pagixlas ITubMiicTuMiing ns tI Itritlshen call It is not so modern n custom after nil Kvcn eccentric baths h ns those ot j mill of llowiT lire not a novelty Isabcan of Iluvaria twed to have great dccociiiiiis of chlckwe d breweil dally antI in them slit would take her tub Plant of Poitiers took her morning plunge In a tub of mln water Eight piMith century biauties swore by twlhi mlnyled with lInseed distilled witht Mcxici bjlm which was dissolved with the jolkjOf an egg Or they bo anlllInltlonhouoy oxtrrctcd from roses Marie An toinctte was addicted to tubbing nailhj sIte always liked to have her bath tin vored with wild thyme laurel leaves marjoram and a little scasalt On the other hand there was the Princess EcUunihl who at the age of eightyfive was renowned for her beautiful eyes her exquisite complexion and her abundant hair nut who never used anything but pure water on her taco Xew York Press liunn itself Got n talking machine at home h Ves ItIWhat did you pry for XothJns married ItLomidon Tit BIts 1 GrnaCn Dor Adtalrer An Intimate friend of President Grant said to him one day tieneraK my little boy has heard hat all great melt write poor hands but be says lie ellevc9 you are n great man In spite cf the fact that you write your signa ture so plainly that anybody can read It The president took a card from his pocket wrote his name on It and band d it to him Give that to your Oorbe said and tell him It ist the signature of a man who Is not gt nil great but that fact must be kept a secret between lila and me A SAILORS MASCOtS iZBCcllan oBB Colltfcttom That lie Takes From kt Sheer Jack Tar is notoriously Improvident and most of our naval seamen when they get ashore spend their money bf it more or less with n lavish hand Shore leave Is limited to twentyfour hours but In thnt brief time the unre strained sailor manages to run through about all the cash he carries with him lie plunges into a whirl of dissipation and is oftentimes cheated or robbed of i good share of hIs ready assets but a percentage of the latter is also apt go for anything that happens to strike his almost childish fancy Mascots are the seafarers delight and whatever he may come across which seems to him to have a talismanic property he Is bound to buy it If he can b nce when the pier Junipers1 us those on shore eave are technically called return In veil tilled barges to the ship and under Urectlon of the master at arms climb ip to the deck they are likely to bring vlth them a miscellaneous collection It goats dogs parrots monkeys roost rs etc One sailor on the Kearsarge Ither or out of his senses at the lute went so fur as to purchase as a unsent a colored baby from Its mother or the sum of 40 cents and came board with It In his tens He was ott allowed to retain It however and ie child was eventually restored to Its openunt and hysterical parent How many of the mascots may be ept on board lies within the discretion t the captain A liberal policy Is pur ned in this matter Dut manifestly thoselhut can be accommodated The cur lus In sent ashore without delay Vhcn the returned pier Jumpers are incd up while the ships writer calls he roll to discover the laggards It Is me of the most perplexing duties of the ofllcer of the deck to decide what dumb creatures may or may not ba idded to the vessels menagerie If the vessel is on her way homeward from the tropics she usually carries a large variety of living presents for the house friends of the Bailors But these are July temporary tenants of the bold and would not e permitted to remain on board long Leslies FACTS Weld1I In estimation of measurement men are more accuratetban women Moral action in child life Is moire a matter of imitation than Intellect Dull children are most unruly and unruly children are the dullest Sweet Is tasted best on the tip of the tongue sour on the edge and bitter atI the base Mental Images themselves constitute the motive the springs of action all we do torI Girls show less Interest in material things than boys and admire the est- hetic more Those who kaTe endured the most hardship In life are usually the least sensitive to pain Blushing conies front shyness and fear in unnatural and morbid and Is rrcater In women than In men Itapld renders do their work better is well as less time and retain uort of substance of what Is read hull slow readers Watch Your Shoulder tVhieit standing w fore a looking glass lotici if your shoulder are the same iplght Generally tin right Is higher ban the left The rvuftun for this un vchness lies In the way one sits You et Into a comfortable chair at your lesk and at once you rest your right Ibow on arm of your chair or your Jesk thus throwing one shoulder high er than other This Is especially the case where one writes a eat deal When you notice ibnt uue shoulder Is higher than other thing to do U to change your way of sitting at your dck Two simple exercisesl will be beneficial The arm of tbe lower shout der should be extended upward the IInnd grasping n dumbbell That of the higher shoulder should be lowered mid made to support n hoary wrlgbt MnaquitoM are to numtroni near lbs coast of Borneo that the itrtmnj of thnt region are lit summer often Ufl- anmivlriiblr You Will Be Hippy if Well Pained Celery- Compound Bestows that health and Vigor that Makes Liv ing a Pleasure If you arc sick and outofsorU it is In yout power to make yourself healthy strong and happy Piece U not the slightest reason why you should go through life feeling sickly miserable languid md melancholic To be wen and strong means happiness and true joy neuralgie1d3speptic hovctinp over you if Ou ue not as bright energetic and trune as Ou were some weeks ago the tje of Paines txlery Compound will tone up and fortify your whole system cleanse the blood correct digestion sharpen the Thoustonce s present good health to the use of Paines Celery Compound Mr Vm S Gibson of lleasureville Kywho through sickness and suffering was brought near the dark grave writes as follows regarding his marvelous cure I have been bmkehiown in health and Strength nervous system shattered kidneys out of order had nervous and trembling spells off and on for the last ten yean I have taken three bottles of your Paines Celery Compound and all of the abovementioned troubles have left me and I can now do a good days workt 1I go about my business all daylong t worry me and I nbw feel better thanldont have in ten years I Itave a good appetite can eat and get around on foot as active ias when I was boyi Myagels 65 years DIAMOND DYES Color Jackets f Coals f Capes r It Ribbons Neckties WatstiS- tockint wilt 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