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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I t TI Ii ii t I i J r lIok 1 J U t NEW8L APH I- JtIL A t I New SeriesVol XL No 5 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTS KENTUCKY FEBRLJARY II 1904 ij A YEABt f t j S SBTIronipsonJrjCoUNDERTAKERS J AND EMBALMERS arIty in stock all kinds of Funera Buripliep PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY pRINQFIELDi county seat of VK shingtbn County 52 mijles sduth east ot ixingtou 59 mijes from Lo lisyilte oa Bacdstown branch ol I o liiville and Nashville railroad in a t arming and agricultural district TV o Banks telegraph and telephone Hn s express office flour niillsJumber ya As Popcatioti 1100 population of eoi nty 150001 leprescntative in Congress HoriD fSmith Hodgenyille Ky ji epresentative in Kentucky Legis la ure Hon W D Claybrooke teprescntative in State Senate Hon H try Lancaster Lebanon Ky JCounty Directory CIRCUT COURT ircutt Court begins on the fourtk MJmday in February Mayan Octo bot V a E Pattescn Judge J L Durham Commonwealth At I tTney M Campbell Clerk 4JEVG Ieachma faster Commiss Ioer QUARTERLY COURTs uarferly Court iisi held on the thi dJ ndayin each monthtt LV Litsey Judgett I COUNTY COURT Cuurt meets on the fourth 4Countyonday in cchmotith BL Litsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk- SI T Mayes County Attorneyf George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff v Richard Ishamv ttSidney Osborne RH Mullican Depu lea i MastersEd James F Moore County Surveyor Jjl Royalty Assessor T P OBryan DeputyCRobert Noe Treasurer t r J M Montgomery Coroner 3sw Bush Supt of Common i tfoboo1B I 0 Springfield i CITY COURT 7tJa es RNoe Police Judge Joha G M s M irsa xl o WvF Grigsby City Attorney J JUSTICE COURT j Justice Eourts are hrfd in January t April July andOctobei i t Church Directory BAPTIST CHURCH Rev S J Cannon Pastor Ser Aices every Sunday at II am and 700 t pm Sunday School at 900 Prayer Meeting ori Wednesday night at 700 r T METHODIST CHURCH Rev J Dl Ward Pastor Services on the First andThird SuudaV8 In each t mouth at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 a m Prayer meeting v Wednesday night j 4 CATHOLJC CHURCH Rev P F H nesSav Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock I fam Scrvices at StRose same hours j = CHRISTIAN CHURCH oi Refr Felix Pastor Service Jiecox3d and fourth Sunday in each moijth PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH J t Rev T D Latimer Pastor Pre lobln5f every Sunday at 11 am hind nt1pmrSunday school every unflay at 10 nm Prayer meetIng itevov Thursday evening at 7 oclock 1 J d Fraternal Ordeas LCICL E1ringfcii oige No Si meets seecnd Mouday io each inonth VashinJo a R O Chapter No 57I Tnsiaa every third Monday Springfield Council flo52 meets on even tourth Monday KNipHisIof THEMACABEKS Meet fnt Vluictttv incacbnron IeI J rL t AMERICAN ir 1II SILVER Iml e f TRUSS m j g IIlOW I II I I I I tliuiskt 1 I =pLJ 41tbyC J HaythJ r WW e H Otf tffii 1 rri A OUNpOf TALK 4I la c44 MM IIn f he Clufches Oh rosy side of life return And greQt uwifh a smile For now Ibekiqkj of discontent Are us for a while Oar household noises do not sound Like lute or Angelas jpTbBy dtj we nuiec the cornered hump By night we snOrt and cough i Si hoping that the following aWillBut oh the goading llttleimps Are sure to set usbaclr And day by day and n ghtb night They hold us tb the rack 4 And solemnly the doctpr notes jr The working of the bugs And wisely the prescription writes AmToff we go for drugs Mid boxes hero acdnmnlatc And bottles by the score On which the parasites regale As Iqstly as before Whcnefybu hail your fellowman Who grapples with the grip Waste not on his devoted Head Yurjovja fellowship And shotfjd some sudden look declare Hu reason aJl astray nightmaresThat o IMPROVE They say that Z the management of the Springfield Water Electric Light Lo contemplates puttirpf in some improvements this spring which will add greatly to the alue of the plant and tho com fart arid convenience of the pd roos A serious drawback t- Dtbeuse of the tater from the companys hydrants ring the summer months las heretofore been the bad odor which it possesses rendering it unfit fit almost for use except for sprinkling purposes This defect itJe company purposes to remedy his S ear if possible by putting in a filtration an aeration plant at the reservoir by hicbJis expected to put the water in a condition of purity which will make it available for any use This contemplated improvement one wtfich in justice to the campa13Y1itselpossible would certainly prove aprofilable rie Many citizens of the town have refused to use thejwater luring the summer months on he grounds that it was full of Impurities and consequently un iiealthful for general use l I i IG CONTESTThentest O over the honorable position of Justice or the Peace fOr the i11h burg Norh- Magisterial Sistrict of Washington county promises to rival in importance the famous Go bel Taylor con test for the Governship of fen ucky although We trust tho re suits there trom will not be so disastrous At the last election Nimrod Hendren the Republican beat his rival candidate R6bert Riley Democrat 19 votes On the face of the returns at the two precinctS Willisburg arid North At the former place Hen rens majority wasi 25 while Riley re ceived at North precinct six votes more than his opponent After the election was all over Ri ey through his attorneys files suit in which he seeks to throw out entirely tbe vote of liVillis burgon the technical grounds that votes were cast at that polls after the time required by law for the closing thereof Foii several weeks the taking of proof by deposition has been goingon and half the votersjmore or less in tthatehdof the county have been caljed on to testify in the case The cost of the contest will doubtless amount to severalJ hundred dollars or more than the office is worth should one have it for an average office holders hi9tirne 4 CLAssThere is still BiFTti deal of interest ex pressed over the classification of the town of Springfield and those who have become espec ialjy iinterested in the matter are awaiting more or less impatient lY the action of the Legislature in the matter Representative Claybrooke introduced the nec essary bill to have the twnput into the fifth class several days lago bat in the slow grind iri such Legislative matters action IA on it may be deferred until it i fiyaIlslot is in tne ayalanch of measures which cccurs at the close of the session t A protest from a good many citizens of ihe town taawbaare satisfied to have matters stand as they are has been sent up and it may pos sibly have some effect on the ac tion The friends of the fifth clas movement it is safd have enlisted the aid of State St nator Lancaster in the inaUer but with what result remains to be seC1lt jw E LNEW1The high prices g and good demand for mules are making tbd owners for those ungraceful but useful beasts of burden feelll iiri good spirits and many are taking advantage of the market to let go some of their stock at good prices Traders bd a few upto date farmers understand the causes of higher prices for mules whicn t are enumerated as beinsjthe high t price jif cotton the Panama canal building and the prospect t of war ini Europe The upto date farmer and the wiley pro fessional stock buyer are nat bys any means however the only f people who keep posted as one of their dumber discovered one day recently while looking for a good tbig in a mule trade on- otie strWis of Springfield A oiiop ovejrgrown chip Qrm one of the Jack deestricts of the Thcountywith a rojpe in hand to one end of which was attached one of those longeared quadrupeds now under dissussion The would be purchaser approached the owner and asked the priceof his property The animal was only abutthree feet tall and didnt look as if it could mOvea wheel borrow load of dirt on tflown hill pull but it was a mule t just the ame I want sevcntY fj five dollars for this here mule l said the owner confidently The t trader remarked something1 about being ableto buy about three such animals for that amount and was about to giveS our ruraf friend the laugh but the young fellow was indead hard earnest Thats allrightbe said you fellers think youre t smart but theres olliei people what know a few things Dot f I know that they air goin to build that there Panamer canal and that mules is gain upaY- a I he shook the rope andstartejpoKt with his treasure He wasnt to be ooed He knew l DO It TODAY The timeworn ii n jju n c t iion NeAer put pff till tomorrow l what you cain lo todayis now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the l terse adviccwe want to give you but that hacking cough or de moralizing cold with which you have been struggling for severall days perhaps wpeks Take some l reliable remedy for it TODAY i and let that remedy be Dr Bas chees GermariSyrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold arid its continued use for a few days will cure you corn pletely No matter how deepii seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your rungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has done be t fore in thousands of apparently hopeless cues of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At 0 J HaydouS drugstore Menu One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute becaasec it kills the mi crobe which tickles the raucous mem brane causing the cough aud and at jlhe same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs yards of pneumonia and is aharmlesa and never falling cure In all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young nndoJd Sold by C J Haydon Wlrat Arc They Ohamberlain4KStbmch and Live Tablets A new ramedyfor stomach troubles billiousness and constipa tion and a good one Price 25 cents For aile at C J Huydond drug storeI ISister Josephine The Courier Journal one day last week contained a sketch oft the life of Sister Josephine ai account of whose death was pub lished in our last issue Among other things the article says Sister Josephine had been an iqvalid for thirty years but iin spite of her physicalf condition had never been idle She had been at theSt Catherine Acade my seven years buying been ransferrodto that convent from St Agnes convent in Memphis where she spent many 3 cars cf her life and where she became known as a woman of brilliant intellect possessed of a keen phiiosoplji and literary mind During liar life in St Agnes convent she contributed many articles to Catholic publications They were widely read and com mented on by the Catholic people The writer of these brilliant liter ary contributions was never generally kriown Sister Jose phine choosing to keep herself inI background She was always retired and reticent especially as to her life prior to assuming the veil of a nun but had talked to some of her iutimata frieuds at St Catherine Academy about her early life before coming to America and from these con versations if was learned that he was the daughter of an En glish nobleman said tor have beenI Lord Beck The story was that after Sister Josephine the first child was born her mother be came a Catholic against the will f her husband and that when she refused to renounce her new faith at his demandhe disowned er Mother and daughter d sought refuge in America and i were first heard of in ColullibuSiI 0 while Sister Josephine was still a young girl She entered St Marys Academy at thatl place and completedthe novitiate and after taking the veil soon began to wield an influence for good that distinguished her all through her life which for more hanlialf a century had beW f given to Christian work Her life had been closely allied with the history and progress of the Dominican orfcr i n America since he joined it in her rlyI girlhood GOO X SPIRITS i Gbodspirits ant alfcome fromj Kentucky Their main source is the liceranall the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad livor or the huhdridandono ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits aridd bad liverI t the same time Your liver must be in fine condition it you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful your pursuits You can put yourJ liverin fine condition by using Greens August Flower rt n gI greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite lliousenold remedy for over thirty tire years August Flower will male your liver healthy apd active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At C JIHay dons drugstore Anotht r Casc of Rheumatism Cu red by Chamberlains Pain Halm The efficacy of Chamberlains pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is is being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of Grigsby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balni gave himI lulltheand he would not be se by C J Haydon Public Sale Having sold my farm i1 wi 1on the premises one mile and a half from Sprmgfied o n Tuesday February 16 1904 beginning at 1pIn1 sell the following person al property Three Yearling tylules two Yearling Steers four Heifers three Calves three nico Brood Sows two Milk Cows one stack of Hay Binder Mower Rake and a lot of other Farming Implements TERMSAll sums 10 and over 12 months time with interest from date ne gotiable and payable at First National Bank Sums under i cash 4 SIDNEY GREEN Ccl Tt E Whayne Auctioneer SVRUP WR CAUDWECTS PEPSI N CURES INDIOC TIQN BAD STORM Sweeps over Washington and Mercer Counties Sunday l2bt A small siz d tornado arouseq Itbe sleeping inhabitants of th I Itown and fame porticns of the county here Sunday night an4 although no great amount art damage was done in this imme warquitpart of Vththington and in Moijij cr couny Tie tobacco burp on Mr Taylor Spaldfngs fartii about two miles north of Spring field was blown down and trees fencing andvhay Stacks suffered The cyclone proper started at Cornisnville which iis about 2b miles north of here and contin ued on its destructive coursed iiti an easterly direction passing over to Harrodsburg and on dtii to Burgin At Cornishville th Christian church was blown down and completely torn to pieces The large covered bridge which spans Salt river i at that point was lifted from itaresting place and carried some distance Seven other houses at J Cornish ville were blown down and torn to fragments It is said that hardly a fence in that 7sec 9tionIn the course of the stofm l from that place to Harrodsburg j bat roofed and many of them tOrn I 1otnpIetelyof Wes Cardwell a large tobacco barn which was full of farm ma t chinery was twisted into kindling si wood and most of the machinery fiemolishedings in Harrodsburg wereunC roofed R ports from Bur iu say that many houses and arnsin ttsection were removed from their a fourdatipiis During the storm lightning struck the stock barn I of Scott McClare near UOeJJ Pill andlit was entirely destroy ed together with several head of E horsEs andmules rII t A Core For Eczema My baby had Eczemaso bad that itsdhead was a solid mass of scabs and hair all came out I tried many reme l dies but nane seznedto doanyjperma mint goodut til f used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and toe little ones SjCalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its Piis is grm ipff beautifully alain I cannot givctod much praise to DeWiltrs With Hazel fealve Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look ont tor count erfeits DeWitts Js the orignal and the only one containing sure Witch Hazel The name R C DaWitt Co Is on eyery box Sold by CJ Haydon i t Miirder and Robbery A pedal from Danville dated Feb 4 aystW B Rucker night telegraph operator and ticket agent at the Queen anil Crescent Depofi in this city was found dead on a telegraph table with a bullet hole in his head at 1120 oclock tonight by passenJ gers who had come to board the train for the Smith The ticket office drawer was broken open and all the money1 was missing Rocker had some change in his pocket and it is evident that the robbers paid po attention to his Valuables He was shot through the win- doviwhile lymg asleep on tbeI table This jis shown by a bullet hot through one of the window panes It is not known who shot Mr Rucker or how much money was secured froni the ticket office draper Ther iis evidently an organ AjJers Take cqld easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means t great CherryPectoral deal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents tltFor years hie depended oaAyera Cnerrr Pectoral for coughs an1 colds know It rreatiyttremtthil lunji- MBS P A Mamsov S lne Hleh Se 5OcSitO J n 00 Alic1ro iufdr Lowell May Weak Lungs AysrPHS ncrs the ctlvltyf tM liver arel tsu sid recovery ized gang of robbers at work lire Within tae past week atCI tempts have bet nmade torob the tbejBaylepbstoffice Mr Rocker was about twenty fivc years of age He wasCiJar ned about a y dr ago td Miss Daisy Boyd oi DerrvvKy He came here from Paint Lick r Hae Yon Iiiii eston If jou havjp indigc lion Ko ol Dys pepsia Cure will ct re you It has cur ed thousands liiii curinp people ev erylayevtry ho f Y6u owe it tc ybfirsclf to iye iit a trial You Will co inne to suffer ur til yu tjo try it There is no other Combination of diIgetantfl that dige t and rebuild at the sametiratf Kudol does both Kodol SoLdbyHaydonff ClimterlaWs s tomcChan dLiY crlablelS UnepalleJ fgi Collst1poll1s Mr A R Kane prominent drug gist of Baxter Springs Kansas says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are in my judgement the mqst superior prep ration ofanything in use today for c nstipation They re sure in action i nd with no tenden cy to nnu ate or g ripe For sale at 1JmHaydona drdg toreD bfBig Jer ey Sale 25 Cows that produced 2414 6 in one year to be sold at publf lie auction Feb 23 1904Hay l ing decided to quit the dairyc we willI sell on Tuesday Feb 23 1904 on pur premises lif miles north of Lebanon ICya on the Springfield pike our en iliieisting of 25milc h caws6 heifters and 2 bulls Eyery cow iis aii ne dairy type and the actual ash receipts or cream from thesecows for 1903 was 241496 we tt ink that cannot e beaten in Ke itucky This Is rare chance t buy fine cows W Tie bulls are worthy of being placed at the had of any herd Hazels Golden Exile 48532 i3a 62 iper cent dc ublel grandson of xile of St La bert 13657 who produced more ttested daughters than any bull living or dfdeNothing will b sold before the- o Terms made known on ay of sale Sale begins prompt ly attl oclock p m Capt T DtEnglish Actioneer l CRAWFORD BROS i La anon Ky r i i iR0 Tills t a We offer One B undred Dollars Re ward for any C3S of Catarrh that can not be cared by b y HaWS Catarrh Cure c JI CHENEY CO Toleeo O We the tinders gned have known F J Cheiiev for the last 15 years ndbe- heve him perfectly honorable In alo business transacl ions and financially able to carry out any obligations inade by his firm AiDING KINNAN ARVlKf IWhol sal D uggiets Toledo 0 HaVls Catarrh Cure is taken fnteriis ally acting dirt My upon the bloed and mucous sur aces of the systemc TestimonlalBser t free Price 75 ctaII per bottle f3ptd by jaill druggists d liakeHallfsEamily1 rills for consti pation L Deatht Ifa Hercules George Sp ding who lived aiDregon dujil a few days ago He was posses sed of almost superhuman t stength and had many excent icities In hisi prune he wi S considered the strongest ma44n the county and has been knosvtf to shoulder aj seven of salt and carry boat and bUSbelfarrel of whisky by the l it and take aI syfigoubpf the bunghole Al though he 1 ad been ferryman for about lifttyears and had al ways lived on theriver bank heI never learnea toswim and never went in bathing being very much afraid of the aqueous fluid So much did he Tear a watery grave that even when the river was frozen over to the thickness of twelve inchis he was never known to walk across it saying that there w jre nd ralters undea it and h wciuld take no tfrisk On two occasionsi during his fifty years as ferrtyman he Jell aver board ja mid s ream and would go to the bottom and crawl on the bed of the river to the shore He was also very superstitious and believed in ghosts to such an extent that he often claimed to see heaflX688 men and women and would never leayfl his home at night and kepa1oaded mns ket within easy plftch in case these 1eadlf i0SijkJts pursued himHarrodburHertlc1 The New Comt The bill creating he county of Beckham pased both CluseJast Friday a week ago 6ov Beck ham isT the ffifteenth Governr of Kentucky to bcr honorled iin the naming of the counties The l new county is to be forme from parts of thp countbs 6f Carter Elliott and Lewis lying along the northeastern borders of the State It has a territory of 4C8 square miles and a population of about 13000 people he largest portion of its territory Is to Jbe taken fromtne couuty cf Carter wbich qnder the census tjflQOO had population pf 2022B The new county draws about 1200 people from the county of Lewis and aboutGOO from thdcosQty of Elliott Politically the new cbun fy iis Republican but its forma ion makes the Countyof Carter always heretofore Republican Democratic Its countyc seat is Olive Hill which has a population of about 900 peop1ec and which before its formation was within the limits of Carter county though not the county seat The reasons for the for ation of the new county are setC forth in the law creating it in these wordstInasmuch as theiiin people living in the territory J comprised b Beckham 111iveS seatsof their andcounties are- ompelled ly to travel Jung tt4thusc and expensive journeys thereto is and as the expense of litigation nd other public duties and priv- eges is very heavy an emerttq ency does exist and therefore t d his act shall ttake eflctand ber ljinproval by the Governor The Governor will appoint the new county officers whQ will serveA until the next regular1 elictiond 1iOODi as 1ostr4CuresGrip Just Breath It Hyomei is natur J otO method for- urthg catarrhcolthughs and disttl ases of the resbiratoryi organs lfisbthe dnly natural treatment fqcthecure f these troubles Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit he air that passes into the throat add lully is identical with Jhal on theIi mountains where itis l1ailen with heal ing and healthgiyini balsams It earches out and kills disease germs In the most remote and minute air t celts of the head throat and lungs it soothes and heals all iirritation Qfthed mucous membrane Hyomei isprescribed by physicianss generally Many of them use iit them t selves to break up a cold and prevent IK pneumonia The complete Hyomei outfit consists ii a neat inhaler that is 8O smallandllconvenient that itcan be carried in the pocket or purse a tacdicipe drpI per and a bottle of Hyomei This costs but 31 and it will curej any ordinary aae of catarrh In coniciddeepe- ated conditions louger use is nec essary and extra bbtt s of Hyomei an be obtained for 50cj making it a p economical treatment lor this h V tWoudi confidence in the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh and other diseases of theii throat and lungs that they sell it under their personal guarantee to refund the inone1toany purchaser iih case it fails 1tothe risk themselves anjt Hyomel costs m you absolutely nothing unless if does tJ you jjdbdL tt II DIstIIIqiAgIc Mr Geo Medley of Spring a field who severed his connection with th0 Matttngly Moor Didi i tillery Co at the expiration of the old year is now in partner I ship with Mr Meschendorf in the Bayiesff County Distillery of which thejatter was the Ilargest stockholder This firm does nott take p essionuntil September tt I wbeb probably they Will incorporate il under the old name The Pavess Couhty Distillery JDg Mr Medleyis a cbnscien cious capabian4horough go jug business nan and under hstmanagement the new concern j will be puslied forward vigor ously Nelson Record WANTEl SrzcxAL REPRESBNrWE ifl t3iisu coUntyand adjpinlng territorie to rep eabnt and advertise an old eMab cJIehestanding Salary 2I weekly llhII expeasejs paid each Monday by check e from Iheadquarters Erfiies ad vanced andIhoesfrnd bsgyiii ed when necestsyryr fo ltiois perma nent 1 Address The ColiIai30 Mb1tOI Jjldfi CSicajco Ill ll0t W I E lfamaws sa t tof A JITJSAIIA1rEROEJJ 11MoiI 1 L o j ft bWifr TflV7Z ttarr4siic flici A very large ctowdmetftt the court house M9nday afternoon m the interest of the oldmMoned c01itryair and much enthusi detciJedl i Breck Bonta Glave God Jard1 sr Frank McGarvey Gloyer Kyl Jrand J G Pulliam became tie in corporators aria articles f in IcorporI J Attorney W 1Alltnandjlacecj the hands ottbe conntyclerk TJhecapiialstock isjtobc 15000 nd it is to bis 5pliat the afLe jof 10 per shai whjcb undoubted tv is within theireachtotJ5very itizen of Mercpi r cod itvr and it hoped that they will fom for wardi The stockhojdersj will meet orfSlturday Fruary 13i electofflcers aid a cli jtt9 1 ance is earnestIyreestha 41 a1y S obq hs been iubscrjW edrHarrodsbur Her ldj t i In Eiv Biser srrohff liealtbyactive4onstkutini largelypn tlIcidjtion of th- eveIiefainois little pHl known DeWitts Little JEarJf RlseVa not on cleanse the lyMem but they rengthen the action 2fthpiiv and the tissues supporting that qr gain ILfttffrF arly isTsrfar eksy to act lbey nevcr gripe andet they ireJ absolutely certain to prodngs reanlts hat afesatisfactory Itf alfcasU Sold CJ Haydon if V 1roo fBScaDCd rJ nilfTa1cBt t Ur H HaggiDsoflMelbcurne Pis writes My doctor Jdma had Consumptioa and iiothibtf could bejdone fornnef T wii giv en up to die TbeofIer bfa free trial tiottle of pr Kfipg4 New Discpvery for pons4jmptpnf In uced me to try it Results were ing 1am tioontlu road torecDVdryaoeari tjo Dr log Naw Disboery Itsurply saved ray life7 Thisgreat cureC Ruaranteea for gll throat andT lung diseases by d JHaycfou B s ruggist Piice 5 0 1O0 Trial Bodies t 1bITkatIctrkladiI 1 The1 lotfatibnsupveyof tire pro osed electric railways bstween ere mid 91umbiawis c mple Thursday of last week the A party reachingi her ithatj even ing Mr Azbltl hind Bisjassoci atesare welj tease3 with theM oute and Special efforts will be dErtsaxnplt the arrange entstot build the roadTat an try date Theworlcwa under the direction bf engineers of tht ennis instruction CaofCtn ahtt they proncuaceiti most practical and ex aremely satisfactory route HerJs shop mttthat WQ5withb glnbefal againLebanoni r iJStmaus CiItnutnt Onewhpa1e aIeiflW z4d the other fresb aid fb1ffhuco ho diffrence5She who is bias V ogr with tieaitfesel Dr Kinxi Now LifePiMs to ma tiin iu By gentlaaonsIogtheIazy or gins They compilt goddisstiaoi iind head off aooPtiRatMn Try them pnlj 2ctt Q L faY iijrugl ttI Ji tr 1 ttoWkSR YA JiriiiC +M Tht first action 1jfrhcn yokr kye a cold htouldket to reliitel tjhe lUllS is bestcopIishdby the fre se of1hamberlams OoUg4flemcd This Remedy Iiqucfis1thtjigli m1cO us and tt s I s ontl 9 tle iir deIl he1ugs pro1uces 1 irtu- xpectoiti i AadojtHl t secr cffaiiT MleiJri Ytte in less tiMe tiian OUMt vsatmcitI- and lUtttbsyst1 j1tt aatar4- aig ltaHy o4oE- pr Itteradl t1oatI1 tPfi druf tQi 1Iijnpt8fue beo J ls MNfWSLEADER MUMDAYi iMA YEAR IN ADVANCE PRINGPILDKY t ELDAVl90NJr J cI PU t sMt M ptLttcaluiattIT jf w k Kw I at lew rtn bt cub 1ii be p44 UY ef goods otris de liberalt fcif rt- i t r isr1u M rtwiwttoM at respect S UiC WEt1 250trsI J 5t5SiS DMtlomslroOp t MBWIOA rBWttJARY 11 1904 I i1f ere aM twriMd to announce the IOJlOGJD JARROTT i a tartliiih 1W teof Sltierlff er MMiUO1 co tj blect fe tie MUa et tlM Dewof dUe party IIwI efKttOS s1 i J Irrh loor threatened war be t1fMnJapanand Russia has brok e out in eanest The ititmtr Columbia bas arrived at 1Cbe Foo bringing definite news s Ofaa attack by the Japanese fie t pbn the Russian fleet put lid of the harbor of Port Ac thin Two Russian battleships aid OM firatclass Russian cruis feredibled by the attack ti r th e Japanew torpedo boats Wheu tile Russian forts aftei dftjlijjbtt opened fire the Japan eteteiitnedawayinthedi rttai of Vladivosstcck It iis reported th tithe two Russian crtastrs at Chemulpo surrender ed to the Japanese without firing a ahot and that toe latter landeo 8000 Men who were at once set t J on the march to Seoul Another report from Toki says the Rus aian crulwrs at Cheinupo were attacked atd disabled Tb Kwtncky State flAir which xto an institntion in wbjch tie agrIeu1wral districts especially should be interested gives prom isi of being a permanect tbing 1bethe State A committee fron th Board of Trade tbeCoin aarclal CJub and the Merchants arid Manufacturors Association olLouliYille have appeared bo fort a joiat meeting of tbi Agricultural C mmiieesof thi Huend Senate and made a tiader of the Douglas Park trot w tfog track as a permanent sjte for the State Fair One oft the most destructiv L coaflagrations in the history 02 this country visied Baltimcie Su day when the leartQfthe b jneeIortion of that city was Visited by a fire that destroyed over a hundred milliLp of dollars Wcrthj of property rind threw orne 50000 men out of employ xient The business cf tIle city la practically paralyzed and it Iwill take along time for the city recoyer from the blow The kFourth Congressioi al District Committee hus called a prkcarj electon to nominate Domccr tie candidate fQr Con- gressr on April23 Hon Davd 1Scitkwfllpobably have a walk oyL The coifimitte hlso en dorWd Smith as delegate at Slarge for Kentucky at the NatI load Democratic Convention- Hcnrjr WMteraon is also a canoi date for that position 1z MOORfiSVILLE 44 3 JlRoyalty is still on the itcklfct4 Moattaltthe farmers of this itSS Tidnlty hive delivered their to baccacrope tJ Vgjjd satis factory prtcjg M14Oe of Fredr- ictowiubecription school at IIeday with about 22 i P pas7 MUM XvaliBC Royalty who has bee vieltiag frieads andrea tiree Mtr Inn for the past I to weeks baa returned home af tea a iJbtfulTJitv i Weare till iaviDl penty of t1t er- Sbelby Crae and family Auftilj moved itte James NalJs abutiie TaesiUy which WM vacf b 3ame ntgosnery 0 a r Y r I w iII 6G iJntin if tifij w iMi rHHHiniH Hfi News From The County t I Happening Among the County PepleIi iMoMoMHMMi McIINTIRt The Itttfe storm we had last Sunday morning did quite a little bit of damage in regard to blowing down fences and trees Several of pur farmers have begun lo plow while the majority are rather behind with their spring work I second the motien in regard to wntt the Valley Hill corres pondent suggested about good roads If there wereJa few men 11Ifor our roads then would nut 1e soas to tear a buggy up the tirst few trips you take la it Mrs Nannie G tee gave the young folks a dancetfast Monday night All seemed to enjoy themselves Mrs Teresa Will u entertain el a fbw of her young friends lastt Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Jas Fields visited the latters brother J R Hill last Saturday t We have learned quite recently that Messrs Arthur Corbett and Richard Blandford who went to Kansas City a lex weeks ago to seek their fortune have located in Daviess county for a short time Mr Taylor Maltingly quite a respected citizen ot Road Run neighborliodddied last week Mr J B Hill sold lo Joe- Shelbyof Vallny Hill a 5 year Jack forif425 Robt Wholly bought a lot tf oats from Johnnie Medley Messrs Lewis Mffdd and Rich arl Cambron have relurrecl home from Gethsemani where they hive been attending school Mackvilfe Riley Bros bought nice 4 year old mare of J C McAhster at150 V Miss Emma Bell Hiatt one of our most popul r young ladies left last week for B wling Green to take a normal course atCherry Bros college Miss Jamie Derr entertained the young people last Thursday evening at an oyster supper it being servedjn Mrs Mit Hatch etts elegant dining room evJShivlpy of lamp bellsville delivered ttwo fine ser mons at the Presbyterian church in Mackvilla the 5th Sunday Jn January Valley Hill r According to the weather fore cast February will be A remark able cold month and if this be true all small gram will be greatly damaged Groundhog day was a bad day but n6 doubt Mr Groundhog sawhis shadow- In wo will have forty more wintry days Jam a Snider who has bon ill off la grippe is much improved Virginia the little daughter of W Ev Elliott who has been ill of whooping cough iis much improved r Lee Gpatley issuffering wiih a carbuncle at this Writing Mrs J L Moran and Mss fSusit Edgerton sPent last Wed nesday at the home of Mrs Susan Keefie They werjs highly entertained bv Mr Hehry und his graphophone W E Elliott sold his tota bo to H ltf Mss tit Sper Ibl White returning from his Imotberf last Wednesday night the horse ofFrank Edgerton fell and broke both shafts cut of his buggy No other damage being dODo J Messrs Snoden and Tucker are prizing their tobaccC ibis week MssLydia Virgin has turn ed home after a pleasant VISittO her sisterj JIr Edward Goatley The tobacco rush seems to be over and those wI 0 were waiting for a change to deflverare takicg adTantifi i bf tthi oj portuniby who wish to get out an IThose early crpp of tobacco this season have begun to cburn their plant bedsOur local Merchant recently purchased an opossum hide measuring forty inches from tipII to tip The largest that has been caught for several seasons Can youbeat this MrWY Goodlett of near Polin shipped his tobacco from here last week We are1ad to say that we have a good blacksmith as we have been in need of one for a long time It seems as though he is getting about all ot the work to do around and all of his customers seem to be well satis tied He is a good smith and everyone should patrohze him The new stQry begun ih last weeks number isa gocd one and everyone that likes U reads good stories should subscribe for the NEWS LEADER and get the story complete It only costs pnejdollr a year and it is worth more than that fOI wrapping paper besides the good reading you get every week TheKsws LEADER is getting to be quite a popular paper and if ill the corespondents increase theirjetters as they have in the last few weeks and a few more new ones come in Mr Editor Will have to use six pages iin stead of four UNO Canary Msses Bessie Drewery and Faire Goodlett were visiting Mss Myrtle Robertson last week Mrs W S Y Goodlett and three children of Polin were at GW Robertson Saturday and Sunday Lev Brown has gone to Lou iisyille to make his future home John Barker was fri Louisville on business Saturday Mrs William Sallee died at I her home Sunday morning She leaves a husband and seven children to mournher death Sam Goodlett afd Miss Mar garet Yaste were the guests of Mr Brack Yeaste and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Rettie Barker has return ed home after several weeks visit tu the family ofR U Canary n C Canary bought some corn ofJ W Masters for 275a oarrell VVe are glad to say Miss Hattie Lpgsdori who has been sick is mproving Mrs Brack Yeast and Mrs Elvin Yeaste were in your town one daylast week on business Pull amlit We had a very stormy ngh which ciused much damage in this vicinity j Mr Berry Hardin departed this life February 8th flisi remains were interred in the Rock riclgC cemetery the following day Mr John Godon wife and ittle sons perry and Tyler Dr W W Hiatt were the pkasan guests of Me Santprd Yocuin Sunday villiam Scott and family acre the pleasant guests of Rev jl A Sims Sunday Ed and Ben Jrouh11t ve gone to Grayson county on a visit Joe Kieelinsand wife were the guests of William Thomas Kiel Sunday sieepkilL4ngweek Dogs bloke in On J H Gordons sheep and in the round he killed twoidogs tqMlsSamaMrs Rose IJardin is very ill of that dreadful dsease C3isum ton Misses Effie and Clackie Cordon Essio Wilson were the pleasant guests of Misses Bottle and Odell Hardin last week HenryLouis andx son have returned home after a few days sayAl his daughters in Boyle county I ARE aracamph I Relieves Instantly or Money Refund OATARRHBRONlHal l And all Throat Inflammations It CoolsIIt Soothes It Curesiei Said tmly la 2cDc A iOOBottleaS At all food Dresfflsts 11fforSale j Ilillsbbro 0This winter wll certainly be long remembered by all as it has been a very cold one Our old people say that they never ex perienced just such 5 one before and one of them is inclined to think that the end of limels near One thing ureaiew more winters like it and the firewood throughout this community will be gone and unless some protec iOn is given to the shade trees in tbo pastu es stock will suffer from thesummerssun- Miss Cora Sbewmaker and Mrs Sallie Wright were the guest of Mrs W E Southerlind Thursday Xlavis Grow and wife accom panied by his diotheririlaw Mrs Lucinda Mcllvoy left MOn day for Illinois to make it their future home Tyley Brothers was called to Tatham last week by the death of his nephew Wailer Brothers who died very suddenly of spi nal mebnigitis- Oph Settles will leave this week to carve his fdrrture in the West and we understand some other of young men are thinking of following his example It seems to be a practice every spring for the boys to go West to learn how lo farm and make mon ey and in tfie autum they return with knowledge of farming and a very small fortune and with the lesson that they have rot fared as well as the boy who stayed at home and tilted the soil of Washington county We most heartily indorse what the Valley lull writer sass about the Legislature dealing with the game law and letting the road question lie idly VYe can get along much better without the game than we can without gocd roads When the spring rains come our roads will be almo t impassable What we need is rock crushers and we are willing lo be taxed a reasonable amOUtit in order to improve our roads We all favor R F D and it certainly calls for good rdads and it continues we must take steps to make better road This con cerns everybody living in the county V V Taylor sold his crop of tobacco to H M Moss of your town for 10 cents There is said to be about 7000 pounds in this crop It was grown on the farrh ofP M Shewmaker aad said to be one of the best everjgrrowii in this vicinity John Ar strong has bought a great qiy rops iu this sec tion pay iwg good prices Mr Armstrong has shipped ten hogsheads that will be sold this week He has arranged to build a large rehandling house for next vears crop This will be a big accutn oJation to the growers of tU Ycinity Wm N1 al who killed JKSlirader in Louiseil e last wetk is well known here having Ire borIhoOur market reports abott as fHayf cltttJeyerilowtJho 251centsceo We have been requested 1shortjI its earUest settlement up tto theIIII present time with mention cfj itiIZensterarQ only been in the county f r a short time we wi 1 he unable to write it unless some one aids us Perhaps the t1erIwriter fom here could better description of the place i but if Ileft to us we will spend a Sunday evening with uncle Bob Mcllvoy and get him to tell us all hit can about the place and then we will do our bestIThe coming primary tp noun inate county offices has created quite a talk among our people and All seem to be deeply inter ested notwithstanding the fact that it is sometmeoff Our community will have its share of candidates Capt Settle told his friends last week that lie was in the fight for Coroner and was going to tin the race He has a ITUO number of relatives and friends Jitroughout the cointy Leideshe has an art in ruaking friend that will rerder him a very strong candidate Another qoe of our neighbors jis being urged to announce for Sheriff and another one who will doubt r Dont forget the oldman with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around l the worldand is still traveling bringing health and comfort goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food V personsherich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now rown up and have children Jf their own v IHe stands for acQtts Erriul ion of pure cod liver oilaIclightful l food and a natural onic for children for old folks md for all who ned flesh and strength SCOTT DOWN Chemists 1O9415 Pearl Stre t NwYork 5Oc and 31OO alt druoreists Javs beta tae raou tor Magu trate r LILAC Hardesiy Sqnoplhouse Miss Bessie Dru y has return ed home after a vikit to her aunt Mrs George Robinson at Fen wick Eel and HenryS lider of Chap lin spent last Surdaywith their grand parents Rev and Mrs Sale Thurman Cheser left Monday for Bowling Greeii where ho will takea nOrmal cou we Revs BF Atkihs H A B urns and Ci lporterCr4g of beNel son Association spent Sunday evenijbg with Mr G N South erland ItMrHM Mos bought three crops pf tbacco here last v eek M r Ltrtlier Barlow sold Lis tobacco in Louisville at 6 10 t Mr Albert TImes bad thflis fortune to l ehis only h rse last Saturday night Mr Wajter Lewis and Miss Della Williams t w o popular young people cif t iis neidbor were quietly married last TUes day evening by Rey Maxwell at Chuplin The groom is avson 6tt Mr Jaules Lewis of the county while tbb bride is a tiaughteij of of Mr njnd Mrs J L Williums t CawrgIifs Creek C1Ii1tamed rayTuesdayMiss dlara Hagan is spending this we4k with Mary J Dowling IA sere windstorm visit id place Sunday jiight blowing down many fences and a buggy horse for Root rt OK ias Miss 1ary J Bowling roll r ed pleasantIvisit with hr siter MrSrnith Garrico Miss Cora Phillip wlo is now tteaching the WooJland schooll at1 ths plaice vibiteJ c parents Saturday and Sunday nerSt Maryrfj Henry Orkies who has been very ill fnm pneumonia we are vlad lojlean is rapidly jm proving now i i I CklIII in the neighborhqod leb- ruary and tegin work itA Natural Mlaapprencmion You spy tl eaudlcnce Inugliod ivhcn you recited Marco Bozzarls In Cblca gOT Yes answered Mr Stounlngton Barnes You see when I cniiie to th lines ffrlnnlns Strike the pdoplc ibouglit 1t was a local nllusl Washington Star nf wcnustI Is was right Baltimore Herald a non t7 Vtfnft Fonisty Is the best policy notI ed the hypocritical deacot rtiul wish could iiiflbe everybody realize IV- I reckon ye do rypled the liari Urndrd faruiei l djit the brttV tiylYCr In a horse tntde tar ulilJi rpT1iiihu1tIil j1ir But what would she think when aha knew betrubnh voice was very 1YesI you did not like my seeing 3ou7 j Corsey flushed slightly Thq honor aLJr Jphu vn3 looUlnjy Interested Sole Agents for Old Hickory c and SthdebakerI FARMSUPFITIES 1 McCLHREro 1VftSSi J1isDEFERSr t IN Buggies Iillp1mdlltsb naUdel S dstJ trW i We handle SurreysjCarts of all grades to suit jr the purchaser Agents for the Buggy 4 Call and examine our extensive line of Harness Collars ij Work Gear Buggy Bobes tod Horse Blankets Cash Paid for HIDES dudFURS r fQ Arjirpal 5tory For Little Folks The Handy Eel Said Mrs Eel one ipornlng Pray dont firgct hose things Remember flrjst the crullers And then the muffin rings tiDe sure tt4mammasAnd get a Jut Jf Jam Then swlmvdowi past fhe lrocera AntI buy a lilt e hun Id like a doze cKzitlanta A dozen onions ton Of parsley get Lunchci To pat ntoth stew HE BEACHED HjOUE WITH BUT TWO Then come homo past tht butcher And buy a bejefsteak rare A pound or tw of cutlets If you5 see god ones there V She tied a strlr g around him So hed know what to do He bought the things she wanted1 But reached tome with but two They were the rings one cruller Which to the eel had vclujiff Because he had them nlCilyttj Upon his backlet etrung Mdcar he said dont send me In future fort your things Unless each has a hole iti Like these nice muffin rings i ftetroltJournat ft Q Aninjil story POI LIttle Folks A Pig Tale Tonimie Toddlis mamma yras busy that Is why oflmie was sitting under the tree Tomtn e was greedy and lied jjust got his seccbd bottle of milk and was yelling for nore that Is why his mouth was so wide open nq the tears running down li s cheeks Some onehad eft the gate open and that is why Mr log appeared upon the scene So busy Was Tommic with Ills yelling that he did not see Mr Hog fit ttt rf tj f I t TIlES HE CBIltD ALL THE nAIlDEtt until with his nose close to Tommies earJie grunted Ugh ughugh Then he cried all the larder Whats the use of Crying little boy he said I never dorgruntlngs easier Tommie etoppiid short and Started Do yoU know what you are liable to become continued tie hogfljif you keep up your gr edy habits Xof what isked Tommie getting more used to blDJw friend What Is a H tie pig doing when he eating t6o mcch said the pig with queer wink Dont know said Tnmmle Making a begot himself grunted the pig 1J 0 CASTOR IIA For lafkajts and OMldrci Tbb KId Yeu Hall Always BinH Bears the SliUtturQ of I Headquarters fort all S I SP iNGFIELDKt Phone No 20t t F I AMERICAN AohicpiTrRist the crcat rural journal of the I Eait and South Is the best ami most practical of its kind FOR fifl VFflRQ it has bejn the one accepted Author 0It1bnustlculture It 8il maintains iu cnpremacr as the old reihblen all that pertains to form practice and thought It is the inostire caoio publldtio to progressive farmers ia tUq Middle States aria the South THE PRESTIGE As En JAjrAoniciTiTCEiSTUpart to the value of Its gen nd aaii special editorial features and pollcyl Of no less weIght li the absolute reliability of its reading abd aivcrtlsenicnta FREE YEAR BOOK AND ALMANAC AU at once bsrlblnl aj l ow are pretd pUpUJ with the AMEKICA AQEI cr LTURIST YEAU Boon and for Tnls creai work is a CtIpd1 of Pruresj and Ilrenta in tho Who WorllLA aaet lo1 Crn4etet ua1 A Trtaniry of suurtint A Rerrie on Every Subject of Timely Interest Frtalzit9 AcriftlliJoIiUUJCemaeree Albln U1zehi4 E4aeaUn neuclol1 Pvu It Is also an UTU3LC olal lan TTntW JUtraOBleal Jal lUttlor t sth etc fcerror eyU lor each month it A SAMPLE COPY qfr1ea irIflhtsrkI will be mafled to you bit addresslne oaisCK ifpo U Laktttt Trk Jr d A Year 50 7 jto TIl1 More than pictures a year by DANA are only ai part of the things that come week by week to regular the worlds most newspaper Famous writers and artists make Colliers a necessity in every home premium and prizes for CoUtcrt subscribers Addrea- Cf Ulirt Weekly 436 W Ulk St NtwTwk uo you tnnk 1n get to knlogt- oo whined Tommlc for 1 was a least lilt scared llj I1I know 1t his friend Wby f bavo known hundreds of IlttldJ what can I do ibnut 112 Let mo have your milk bottle and you will grow to be o big boy and then perhaps a man said tho pIg taking the bottle Und drinking It dry Me said the tlg Ob dbnt wor try about me I shall always e a hog Good Louis tostDlspatcb Almost Convinced Do you believe In Well tills morning a man hitndred dollars he owed me and this got a letter from my wife naklng for a hundr dtlte latenfie Cultivation DOCK It Most of us arc land poor There arc of money jfarms lu tWit country of less than tpu acres cacb As a rule the small farjms make the most money Look at tint prosperous truck Intense Qultivtv tlon tlocs If Geprge M Clni I 7 r t f We sell tCoall lni 100 Buggies celebrated Columbus 00 Tornaflo Disc llarroirI O1iverQ ChilledfPIOi IJ T fENEWSLEAPERF 1 DAMERICAN AamcuLTURist EVERY FARMEi jititha1oualbecammi Iii it will bdp to jJ r onAB The Field Dairy Horticulture Veterlnary Floriculture Apiary Entomology How to BuyInndA How to Set IEVERY HOM- necdithiiferanulbtciaM tit rill help nuke tIand rnnu ItcoTentlii Kitchen Dining Room Parlor FlreIde Sewing Ross The Study For Old t Youner Married Single Our iSPECIALOffer NewsLekder 100 American Agric lturist 100 2 10 Book ahd Almahac Our Pride For All 135 CJorrrlAlltollctt twenty jdouBlepage CHARJES GIBSON good readers o- fCOtUEfeSprogressive illustrated andhandaoml continned Plisland 1wanted daySt telepathy pnldwen afternoon thousands making gardeners 100froma iTr Livestock Poltrl1 s Whltraaa a nn Edltor1 I cvIes earnestness sonfetimcs with nndisguised lndlfference leru a Is sample of an occnslonal sort j To cure lo toathaclfe ptungc your LttJcold water StnTnsiv but trui7 For but most people would read Iff nolumntltthe quality uniforiu Whltiiu n dia cuoses public and personal qui Stions nsks n it is fight to dance and iswera himself that it ISIfoue gdeatobed In C9cII11IIYforthe decks and while theUhlJed States army Is lighting In Mexico he turiyi out X restful CTttMlontitIodSbm8 Alter npon Gossip devbted ton ralnfiiil and utkersILappenings nlwnys lrewn lecture rom him He could not abide harennessl unfai rmss tvrnnny br cruelty Notnn psecutftn oJ till dedtli sentenct dccur rwl anywhere In the Union thit lie didr not Juvtflsli ngnlnstcnpitalpnnl hment tideixl thu sevenths of law seemed fn Irritatq hiirr moretban the severities of the crlmlnalCharles M Skmher In J Atlantic I r I A ecIyAiercenaa VleV i You say that you dp not fvor an Increase of the salaries of members of either hoasa of congress That is my pciSUon replied Son ator Sorghum If tire salary pcta hirge6 nosgh1 to aiqouitt to nnytOIrig some of my friends among tie cot porn ons may assume that lo ligbt to be satisaed with It anil tot eipecfc arijr further cousrerntlontOl1l tiern- ssIliIigton Star r Obvlonrnly iBenevolent Old Gentleman pont you think fishing a eryd Eport7 vi sh uPl just tIllulc It Ihonrs Lvcy been uRting here for five anti never had k single bitet and IIve got tim wasp stlfigs and lrth patrfjlip with tIles jUidthe annfe tik nil theshn off the lJck f my jnevkj IiktqrEarlyiiseEI titFAMWS LITTLE PlLL For quick rellef4roimBiliousneu r Sick Headache e Torpid Uveri Jifun t dice Dizziness and All troubles liri JIng rom an inactive or sluggish llVer DeWitta JJttlt Early Risers iirtjua equ fed They act promptly and never jfip They are so dainty thatitli aplIMel to take them One to two mUd laxativs two or four actio pleasant and elfecilvf cath I af purely vegetabkt and abMiSSF harrales They hub tiw iti rxirAirn wnvr r E C DWht tCWM4 I a DRJM BURTON I V MUIDENTDENTISTTEETh ITHOUT PAIN tiit ftf OwnoK Hiigaa Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY AiDentaIl1 Work Strictly 4 Firstclass DR JJ H LAMPTON t omFIoE In Opera HouseIJDRS lJ SHOOK t j SPKINGFIEDD KY JFlFICEDr 11 lj RinehartV for 0mpp offices over Peoples Deposit BikOffice hours 12 to 2 PfD fI WFGR1GSBY Al TORrLEYATLAWOmce V SPRINGFIELD KY t An fQirifal Story For Little Folksp the Cows Revenue L lore was once a cow with a brass 7 rlrij In her nose that lived alone in the t tbig pasture of Fanner Clark One day t an rtlst came Into the pasture to paint Ib aPJctureflnclthecosYt1Iouht1tWfl sofry you paint nt me one sid the artist and he daubed ibgdaub of green paIntbtInl the 4r TOSSED HIM AGAIN cent ir of thecows forehead When she repr ache T him for this he laugbedat herand climbed tho fence and went homj IJNct long after that he came back J though and began to paint turejof the trees and grass anOtherilC Oh the tea tIu1 iky aloud The beautiful ski Ho I coqicl live la he sky with its wonder ful luer eIio cow up n iJ Jiltpand xvlrenBho heard him say that n ehl owered her head and tossed him t up a high as ishecoald t Hw do you like the sky nowrsl1e 4 Icr1 as he came down r Be ore he bad timo to reply she toss ed him again 4IV by dont you stay upthere In the bonu ltd sky when I send you there aste tile row s he cluno down th1 second time J Ami then she tossed him up again Whei he struck the ground the third time the artist took to his heels and ran omo wltjiout waiting for his pie ture rhls paints Atlanta Constitu r tion 1Trost- t Mrs Greene I hope you trust your husband ImplI Itly d Mrs Bnritn Oh yes indeed butl woUjhint hav him know It for the KorRl If he vas awnre of my perfect t trust in him jbe might be tempted to L take advantage of tIt you kaqw Ex p ehanie Now Wasnt Thnt 3WennT Mt JI wi sh you wouldnt snore so Mr JIlJare to my dear otherwise t th o her boarders would hear you Columbia JesttrI One can stop wizen he ascends but t toot w cube descends Napoleon FEE ON APJRVAL i iCoup in Bnilllcs you to a Fifty cent Box of MIo naihc Flesh Forming Foo i at Wood Campdells Store- Ml ria the flesh forming food is entire y different from any other med Icne Or treat1TW11tfordyspepsla The result ate so Uniformlyi sue css that I qgl ist Wood Campqell wants ey ery leader NISLVtSDUR to bring the OfOfthe cpu ofi to their store nd fif y teat lox of Miona on approval l wjI pOUPON I Thfl coupon entill s any render of the NEWSI ADBR to have the pur ih1fIandurO stomach troubles We as sunifeall the nsk and Miona is ab solutely free unlcss itgive3 satisfac tioni Wood Campbell i WE TAKE Ai1 RISK T hj pVc r ihjn emaciated dyspeptic jliot he becomes plump and rosy af ter uing iSibna will torget that there is tuch aithin as indigestion or StOul ell trouble This liberal coupon offer ol Voyd Ci1m bells meansc just yhatit ays that Miona will vcost jrou uotbUijf unless it increases wefg it and gives freedom froth stbm J Sah trottbles As anvideice of good Jith when yoU ieLa box of Miona leave fifty cwrts on deposit with Wood Campbell nd fjey Will give you a signed preceit stating that the money will be r tured to yu ii case you are J 4J1t BJitisfied with tbj rttults you obI tin fjrool usitf r Micna 1 lllGWN r jihtVU OOW Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and L testia All AboutYourself Friends II I a Acquaintances ft IJV 1 Valentines at J A SHADERS A full Jine of caqned goods at fl M ONanis grocerY Fresh Fjlh and Oysters every Friday at J A SHADERS lGet our pEides on svsarby the 100 pounds or barrel at the Racket Try afive pound bucket of jQNans special rdastedi coffee Only a dollar Why no Atake your produce to C W Hagan andget the best market price You can buy 32 pounds oil good brown sugar for One Dollar at ONans grocery Don i forget tha we sell good old country vinegar at Qda allon at the Racket Go to E A Cox BroforI Fresh Meat and Fresh Butter Telephone and Free Delivery Now is yourtime to sell your shoulders Will pay best market price CW Hagan Dont fail when in town tojj comeJo and get25 pounds brownj sugar forl Campbells Racket We have on hand a line of fine imported china wiich we will close out at and below cost WOOD CAMPBELL If you will tBuy your furniture from us we will Deliver it nyj where in5 miles Springfield Campbells RacketI dont We are in business to stay so forget our place just oppb site the First Natiopal BankIThe Racket Among those wh9 suffered loss- frOipihe storm of Sunday night are Toni Duncan of Pleasant Grove and Dan Rodgers of Fen wick who bad barns to blow down Bargains in finef decorated Plate s and Tea Sets at Wood Ca pbens drug tore They l will positively be closed out regardless of cost Its medicinal qualities are un- xrelled Prescribed by prornU icnt physicians FehrV altl ooic Department C W Hagan Agent Il you wish a rare bargain iii fine French China call at Wood fc Campbells They have a fewI extra nice pieces leftwhich they want to close out Call up Phone 58 for anything you pay want intheay of groceries my stock is complete my prices right 2Ci Hagan newf Have you noticed our NEWSILHerald both one yejar fpr only 2 50 For 350 vei can furnish the two papers and a good mail box For lossI of appetite sleepless ness1 convalescencie delicate l Children indigestion and general use try Fehrs Malt ionic cannot be beat C W Hagan sole agent Mr John Taylor the well known mail agent has purchased or JudgeBL iiiisey the cpt age in the PleasautlGrove neigh borhood known as the Andy Thompson place for 2500 and will move there with his family George F Wydoff ot Mack yule this county aida student at Centre Collegewon first prize in the Inter collegiate Declama tory Contest held at Danville last Friday night Hiss subject was U tyly Country My Mother My God For health and strength take Febrs Malt Tonic it has no equal Every bottle sold on a positive guarantee your money refunded if not satisfied Gallon C W Hagan our sole agentjind have hini explain it to you lLOST ORSTRAYEDFrOrn the Willett plac neartown two bogs one a male red Durod Jer sey weighing about 150 pounds the other a black gilt weighing about 135 pounds Reward for any information leading toth ir recovery H R Tbpmpsonr JMessrs Barlow and Wilson owners of the private car whichr TOPICS II- t5 k4 was burned on the side track here last w ek were here Monday With an Insurance adjuster to inspect the damaged car It is said that an insurance of 3000 was car ried on the car and the loss was satisfactorily adjusted Dan Kelley sun of Mr John W Kelley who has been dan geiously ill from the effectst of pneumprtiais his friends will be glad to learn on the road to im prorementi Dr Robards per formed successfull operation on him thisweek and the patient has been very much relieved BUGGY LOST =Taken from our stable by mistake on lIfist county court a good rubbertire buggy blaclr end in good condition Had Thompson Greens name plate on it An old buggy steel tire and home paintedleftin its pltice The man who took our buggy will please return same at once and avoid complications THOMPSON BOBLIT Springfield Ky Cards are out announcing th weeding of Mr len Cecil and Miss Mattie Catherine Buckman to take place tSt Dominic church on next Tuesday morning at 11 oclodk Miss Buckman is a daughter of Mr John P Buck man the wellknown farmer of the county and is a young ladyI Qf many attractions of person and charactert Mr Cecil is a rising young farmer with many friends There were GQ head of sheep a cow and d horse in the large barn which the storm of Sunday night blew dowri on Mr Taylor Spaldings place but although the barn was completely wrecked only one sheep out of the lot asI killed The escape of the other stock was miraculous but they happened to be huddled about a piWof baled hav which held the heavy timbers of the barn off of them untij they could be releas ed A lot of tobacco was harg ng in the barn and that too was taken out of the wreck with on ly slight damage I Card of Thanksy Mrs Polin Sansberry and family desire tp express their appreciation of tLc kind atten lion shown by friends relations and neighbors during the lastI illness jatld death of Mr Sans Lerry arid they wish to say that the many acts of kiadness shown will be treasured by them for evermore Yours Thankfully Mrs Mattfe Sansberry and family Nice Homes For Salt If you contemplate moyng to town to go into business or to educate your children call on us We have some nice town and suburban prQperly forsaleand can suityou Prices reasonable STEARCY NEIKIRK Phone 121iThe Seasons Great Offer You want the most reliable reading matter obtainablei during this Presidential year The Lquisvillh eraid and the NEWS Lender meet your requirments You can secure The LO islle Herald Dkily Edition for one year threfe huudred and thirteen issues and the NEWSLEADER for 250 The Heralds reputation for fair and unprejudiced political news is well known Thpse who Republicans and Democrats and those who are neither can be suru td obtain frouu its col umns truthful reports of all po litical happenings The offer stated abOve is the best proposition ever fdhe people of this community It is the low estprice ever asked for a nirit ropolitan jnOwspaper in cpnbina tion with pur own During the year 1904 you will want to keep posted to jthe minutfc on political happenings and you can well afford to pay the price asked for this information DThis offer is made but for a limited time It may be with drawn without notice Here is certainly bargain Take advantage 4ff it Subscribe now Send money tpthe NEWSLEAD ER SIii field rjIBargains for 30 Days 1 lrPolah China Gilts from 60 to 140 pounds from 6 up Reg istered at my expenseif desired Must make ropm for spring Pigs Alsoa lot of Cedar Post any size or length OTIS PORTER Botlan sKy 3t I I 0 V II1 Young Childrenii r I Having a tendency to squint can be cured and before having rfiheir Eyes taxed by study should have them examined J A childs Eyesight is not fully developed until several yeara afte the usual school agQ and every precaution should betake to preserveit We Can Overcome defects IoVf Vision iIn ChlMhMd that if let run on to maturity can never be overcome they only can be relieved C F RUSSELL JI i Main St Springfield Ky HH HORD nNTrIOFFICEItIUUAT ermanently located SPRINGFIELD KY FERSQNAJ Mr Ray Wakefield was ini Danville llast week John Vallshas returned Itom a trip to California CoLJohnl McElroyhas been cuitei1I with thegrip Hubert Claybrooke has gonep r business trip ti Alabana Mr George jNeikirli was jouisville the firstxof the week Mis3 Willie Knott willenter tain at euchre at her home this ternpon Mr F M Martin is quite sick lib Waters is making his mail route for him Rev W E Mitchel of Owentori visited his mother MrJ SR Gray hero last week Mr S R Gray has gone to Earriman Tenn to visit his aughter Mrs Cassolli v Rev T D Latimer and E S Mayes are attending Presbytery IttCampbellsville this week N rsftPius Wbelan Jr of Bard town is visiting her parents Mrand MrsB F Simms this vceek Miss Hadgie Brown left this morning for Cleveland Ohio- where she will visit Arthur Vance and wife Misses Annie D Grundy and Annie Mayes spentseveral days rith Mrs John Mahon in Marion county last week T Scott Mayes was in Louisville yesterddy to attend the meeting of the Fourth Congressional District Committee Messrs JV Kr Marks and CA Green have returned from i respecting trip to Texas Indian territoryl and the Southwest Messrs Hiram McClaskey of Bloomfield awl William Cox of Versailles were guess at the hone of Mrs Durrett Sunday ilLafe Wells was cajled to atham Springs this week by the illness of his father who is- in a dangerous condition with pneumonia Messrs Theo Campbell Will nd Evan Hagan and George Jobertson went to Lebanon Monday night to see the performance of Clfjy Clement in Old D9miuion Misses Nancy McElroy lot Lebanon and Mattie Mitchsll and Paul L Goddard and GPddard Sullivan of Harrpdsburg formed a party of young people to pass hrougU here Tuesday They topk dinner at the Walton Dr James Green and wife of Junction City spqnt severaldays- here last week visiting at the home pf Dr Greens parents Mr arid Mrs Sidnev Green Mrr Green was Miss Brownie Hankla daughter of postmaster Henry lanklaof Junction City and the young peoplei were married on aTiuarySGth at Kingston T n1- Dr Green is practicing denislry at Junction City 4west RatessE7er MafleiO tlie Sontli west Yia the JS1llYFiSCO y temvAre you interested If so get ready and take advantage of the lowest rate ever made to Arkan sas Texasand Indian and Okia homa Territories Tickets on sate from Memphis SJ Louis andChicago February 16th IMarch1staud 13th and April 5th and 19th Call on your nearest I ticket agent or address HI McGuiRE District Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio m1 IIN A BIG LAUNDRY How Soiled Garment Are Handle and Made io Look Clean As soon ns a laundry jinckuse coma In it must be opened the contents counted and each article marked Every patron Is given a private mark some combination of letters and figures The clerk then fills out a printed slip with the name and mark of the customer the number and kind of garments sent dad the page and tina on vhl lh the entry Is made Ill the record book so that It may be easily looked up should occasion arise The slip Is mnffedjroom boxes of a postofSce ona large scare The garments are iiow ready to be sen down Into the wash room i It Is Interesting to follow the soiled garments through the different processes that transform them to the state of crisp whiteness They are first packed Into the big Iron washers Itevolving cylinders serve as washboards through whose perforations the soapsuds splash In showers of foam Sometimes a wa man superintends this department but more often It Is given over to a mar for the work Is heavy and n moty un enviable position than iu the close steamy basement cnn hardly be im aglned The process bt washing re quires between two and three hours after which the clothes fire packed Into the condenser and are sent up to go through tile process of starching The opening ft the drier emits a wave of hot air and discloses rows ot articles hung before hot steam pipes There seem to be machines for every thlngffor moistening the clothes to Just the right point for drying and smoothing put sheets and such large t articles which pass between the cyl Inders covered with absorbent ma terlal and for polishing shirt bosoms and collars cuffs and neckbands ot shirts The girls must be more or less skilled in running these polishers The shirts are stretched over n kind of bosom board and the hot roller passes over tbem Thopower Is regulated by the todt In larger laundries there are machines for ironing the bodies ot shirts and such plain garments but In many this work and in fact nearly nil but the polishing is done by hand 1 he shirts are then carefully folded and sent out to be sorted The collars come through the polish ers pertectly flat dad shapeless A girl passes them over to the dampener which dampens them along the beam and hands them over to her companloi at the shaper Under her guidance they begin to assume the appearance of collars once more and she finishes her work by giving each collar a deft little turn around the horn attachment- At the Ironing boards itfone room skillful laundresses are ironing gar me9ts of nil forms and sizes Only one of long experience Is Jntnfsted with the fine tucks frills and embroideries galore Some of the customers have special rules and regulations governing their laundry and such articles ore designated by n bit of string fastened In the buttonhole The position of the string Indicates jvhetber it Is rusl work or whether It Is to be eitra still starclieil etc Lewlgton Journal TIseSeal fling The seal ring Is known to be the oldest style of ring It dates back to ttJe days of the Old Testament nnd prod ucts of the glyptic art as gem engrav ing was called wOre known in the most remote times In Exodus xxvIII 1720 mention is made of the fojlbwlnj stones upon which the names of th twelve children 6f Israel were engraved Tho sardlus the topaz the car buncle the emerald the sapphire tie diamond the ligurc the agate tile nmcthysf beryl onyx and jasper Inverse 2cf the same chapter we find mention of the engraving of signets upon the hardest stones It is believed that the Egyptians instructed the Is raelites In the art of stone engraving The Egyptians used the lapidarys wheel and emery powder and kdew the use of the diamond In engraving other hard stones Among the Assyrian and Babylonian ruins Iwerc found fine spec miens ot signets on gems many ot them set in rings A Scheme That Failed Bristling with ambition a young physician who has a limited practice recently thought of a scheme he felt would be a money maker for him Ills Idea was to fool his neighbors Into the belief that he was overrun with busi ness This he attempted to do by In duclng all the charity patients he treated at the dispensary with which he Is connected to come to his office telling them It would be a convenience for him and that it tvould cost them noth Ing But the result was riot all he anticipated While his office was al ways crowded the number of his pay- Ing patients did pot increase and at the end of the m nth he had made n visible Impression on but one person Ills landlady nilsed his rent because she was sure he hind acquired an ex tensive and prosperous practice Chl cago Tribune A Vlnnliij Chance An exgovernoc qf Massachusetts who had the remarkable talent of always knowing ejtrybody especially vptcrs explained nt tr cattle show how he did It An old fanner who had once driven him across the country came up tq shake hands nnd was Immediately ree ognlzed Ah sajjl tho governor how dyou do Hows JnckT Jack was the farmers son 01 lies well said the delighted old man ills nterest was still further Increased when the gov ernor said And ows the old white hor3e When the old map jiad passed on a friend paid tit the governor Did you really remember about that white horse No he said I saw whlto hair on his coat nnjll chanced it poultry Polnn An excellent wash for Welled head is quinine dissolved In water Irregular eedinji is apt to cause n do rangemeut pf the UlgesthcQrgnns- The pou1trymaI who is continually changing breeds liever succeeds in the business Winter is the season o feed green tut bone to poultry It is good egg making material Do not ndot every bill of fare you hear of If your is producing good results stick to It It you fend green cut bone see that it is fresh and that it is not from ani mals that bare di jd of disease Begin In a smajl way grow gradually stick to itthat is the foundation upon which successful poultry plants have been built It costs no morto teed and care torn pure bred flock tan it does for a mongrel lot and M profits are greater with the former The Brown Leglwfns lay the smallest egg nnd the Light Brahma the largest of the popular brtffs of today Fara Journal V aJ w t A A WAGON JACK Widely tied In Canada Strong Sim pie nnd Rnxlly Handled This wagon jack according to a cor respondent pf the Ohio Farmer was patented Over thirty ears ago by a Canadian but has been In public use since the patent expired Its widely used In Canada Itiisl strong simple and easily handled Ais 3 by 3 Inches and 311 feet long and has wooden or iron pins In upper side the proper dis tance apart fprthe axlejto rest on The lever B of Inch stuffy 6 Inches wide where the bolt through the standard is WAGOK 4cg inserted and 3 feet Inches long The standard C is 3 iby 3 inches ant 2f feet long The arm A Is placed un der the axle the lattec resting on one of the pins then the lever Bls pressed- dowii to position as shown in Fig 2 and a bolt through B n l Ct19t shown in cut holds it in plaiced The distance between the Jolts at upper end pi A and B is five the bolt hole through A Inche1rut Inches from t1eupper one and onehalf Indies from the lower edge Use tough hardihood lAU Around tIle Farm c AIcowparath elyncWond very good idea Is that of reenforcing stable ma mire with mmcrcjal ife rll ers using such in addition as are needed for the special grain grass or fruit that Constitutes th9 most profitable crqp in the locality The leading buckwheat states an New York and Pennsylvania Buck wheat like the bean crop seems to be partlcularly sveli adapted for culture on lands that Inure become too unproduc tive to make the raising of the ordinary farm crops desirable but little doubt that the TberJlS sy4teIn ot ikmovlng the cream at the farm and retaining the milk at home Isbyfar the bes pun for thc farmer This method is proving to be equally satisfactorj to the most progressive creamerymen In the home pf humanity do not built nuj more barbed wire fencbs They areas dangerous as they are unnecessary A good wovan wire fence 3s better ev pry way The animals can see It and will not be injured by iti Farm and FIresidE Pnll the String at the Proper Time A little agitation at tIn right time without bringing on a labor strike or calling out the militia is a good thing tcf those fanners who kn4w how to pull the string at the proper time We encouraged the farmers in northern Col orado In their demand fort n better price for beets for next season and are glad to report that they won their fight says Denver Field and Farm The sugar companies toed tile scratch and met the views of the farmers as tar as posslb je All northern Colorado fac tories have settled onn basis pf 5 a ton for betels delivered at factoriesand- ll 475 for beets delivered htj loading fita tlons within thirty mlle of factories New contracts for three years at these prices are being made and grower who have hhexplred contracts at 450 aion may have them canceled by tak lug new cdntracts at the higher price Crop Thnt Make Pork Tbere are several crops that recom mend themselves to the farmers ortb of the cOrn deltas pork producers The most prominent of these is the field pcnThls IJa fat producer for keep Ing the hog growing in the sniurper- season There is nothing better ran alfalfa for pasturage and the second crpp of alfalfa is being used with marked success nsn winter feed in connection with ground wheat barley pr bens The method of feeding alfalfa and barley or pens or sugar beets is very popular ode and succeeds wonder fully welt It seems to make pork about as economically as does corn and these crops produce just as well tc the acre Rocky Mountain Husband tnno Ttyforllealth 222 South Peoria St ChicAGo ILLI Oct 7 1002 Eight months ago I was ill that I was compelled tp lie or sit down nearly nil the time My stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on it and I vomited frequently Icould not urinate Vithoufc great pain and I coughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pro nounced it Brighta disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to me what they called it and I had no de uirp to live A sister visited me from StLouis and asked me if I had over tried Wino Qf Cardui I told her I had not and she bought abottle I believe that it saved my life I believemany women could savo nluch suffering if they butknewoi- tlvalueJL Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure abottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist tee day 4WINE4IRDUI t t T U jriliiwjw i illj4 iWlt iliwW W iLDIES ftt t 3 Who wish to do their Spring ewoiiifi Iri now can find a satilSrll torYl1me9f Wash Goods White Goods Eiii W broideries and tces in our large st kf r 3 whichhas just arrived t t ri p c + We are offering bme SicfithgsiIJ in Table LInens Napkins E = i faiidTows s I iiF II stock Cottons Sheetings ckns etc Buy now b fo1eanyf tfurther advance fs i VERY LOW PRICES 7 on all Winter Qoods to cIQS out raf t i3diesSkirts and Cloaks at HalfPrjces 3 T f BargainsAn Comforts and Blankets i Bat gains InMeh Hats Bargains in S Gorrets l25 and goods noWfor25and 50c Bargains in every depart gi 4ment for 30 days 1EiROBERTSO1BRO fi m f m m ftfm JOMN 5 fyicELROY v GENERAL plJRANCE AGENt1lLife Fire andd TbrnaferVi Jf OFFICEOVER PEOPLES BANK 3 v v 4 During my bsenceffom officeWFIrigsby or George Neikirk will attend Ito any biislness forme It r Remember that tM t I SPRINGFIELD LDMBERl Handles everything in the way of BUILDINGMATERMLRough jt itiany quantities I J If you have diguaih oui prices We can give jjon buildings complete or can furnish youfth material at lowest prices r J t YarSs and office riear depot l1 S Telephone 39 SPRINGFIMDfK Hfie Tobacco Wardhoe6 qQr iL INCORPORATED y jNOT I TMECp l E Lir Daily Sales V UPrbmptRturhs J r4Mpnths Storage Freer 828 826 and 828 West Main Streettiouit illl Ky Sam Sullivan and Jw SulllvaiuAientsJ J V V v TaE HQME HOUSE is doing a nice business nqw and every Tobacco Grower should patronize it Ifc was forcedoutrlastyiarJ by the combine and it is the only independent ouielIll theTcilyk Markyour Hhds HOME HOUSE 7- r Grape Acid Po1bill tie Increased profits for grape growers are among the fair possibilities The American Grape Acid association ofl California offers 25060 for the best formula with the right to use ttby which grapes containing over 20 per cent saccharin and valued at 10 per ton can beturned Into tartaric acid af a price which will permlJ exEortatlon without loss Here Is a splendid ward for some chemist who besides the money compensation will receive tlie gratitude ot the grape grpwers the Pacific coast states It ia also pro posed to utlllzo thencld in the residua from grapes pressed for wine This acid hen properly treated also makes tartaric acid and crcuuOf tartar As there Is a great market for these pr ucts In the United Sjtates the impor tance of utilizing grape acid lor the purpose is apparent Orange Judd farmer A egeisirian That mail remarked tile great detective iIs undoubtedly a vegetarian of the moSt pronounced type How do you make thatont queried his friend Oh thats easy replied the great redIIdishlook A WrRcJUcktetl Young Wife at dnner I didnt tell TOU Adolphus 1 cooked thQ dinner to daj myself usbandIac1eedl Then In my thoughts I have been doing poor Mary Ann a great injustice Pearsons Week 117 A NatralJIItakeIThe Terror Do people often throw things at you Mr Dpughby MrDoughbyNo Tommy Wbyt The Terror Well sis says yoqrQ alt easy markPnlncetqnTIPcr illS rHcojRuNE I ll FREE j rJ fs 111 ptCHARA t ONTHK POP1DA R J HENDEkSN f ROJJT If 1 nt t i BETWEEq i LOUIStLE EVANSVfLte t J ST LOUISsj e r THEWEST AND t Ii 5r t SOUTHWEST ij As we eotb or giRFrv RecluijpK Chair crrb 1 ween iouisviilearidi fet Louis Dont iyouithiiijt it would lftJouy Oujp trayelinirt to Get the Henderion Rpufe flabiVy It will us Vs L isk us ABOUTIT J BJ IRw1NOEo LGARETT tGen p Agefit I Tfi04t t j a 0U11SVILL KY lf J hSSqtV 3f3 i4j X4ufcllCAL 5Tl PI5P YRUP ju ViffibM a4 joo tstStttltftttt ffi ttSi 4 gJ N t ihe Gentleman I I i ff From Indiana liE tny BOOTH TARXJIICT- ONI iiI t CpVrhf lUI ky 7wh1eyfJL McCIur Co 11 CyrljlltZ102 kj McClurt nnllpl 4JC J i 4 + S ixJ W a1 II I 111 t r t I HHI W TTT 4i r Jetk1g pTcr two hours laferasI t Mr Taw Irfartla was patting things to rU iakli doaaaln the Dry Goods EwperlHB prerioos tohis Departure lKtJte evealaga goelp and checkers 1tte tItucMOIe he stumbled over i tetMag sOft lying on the floor be t kiwi J cwurter The thing rose and him but he put out IJeevIJtI plMkmed it and dragged- it to the bew window where the lightJ et the adiQg day defined his capture The esptre shrieked and squirmed sat fegbt earneetly Grasped by the harder he held a lean fierce eyed Bfriirstocd girl erf fourteen clad in one ragged cotton garment unless the coat 4 dwt she were over all might be Cr b teiiJM aMtker Her checks were sal Jew ad tier brow was already shrewd 11 e4 aM Jter eyes were nil hypo critical as they were savage She was T cy thin aid little but old Tows krewB face grew a shade nearer white 1 wltea the light fell upon her yemre nol Plattvllle girl he sold ltMr1yt You lie tried the child You lie I I anflu leave me go will you Im l fookln iEt pap and youre a llarf Ywi craw d In here to sleep after yeir sevea iriUewalk didnt you Martlm went on Youre a llarl she screamed here said Martin slowly back to Six Crossroads and I ILOOk rfolk8 that if anything happens Ir of Mr Harkless head every shaaty In your town will burn and jYMr grandfather and your father and your metes and jour brothers and w yr cousins and your second cousins aad ye r third cousins will never have the good lluck to see the penitentiary itleckoa you can remember that mes 0 Wge Rut before Iilei you go to carry It r CMM you might as well hand out the paper they sent you over here with ills prisoner fell into a paroxysm of rage 2tt r Ill git pap to kill yef she shrieked striking at him 1 dont know notbin JIit rer Six Crossroods her no pa firs15cr yoV Mr Hurkcls neither ncr yes ya razorbacked Ole devil Pap kill ye Leave me go Leave me Tap II kill yc Ill git him to kill ye Suddenly her struggles ceas- iftdher eyes closed her tense little thus cJes relaxed and she drooped toward the lose The old man shifted his grip to support her and In an lusttallt she twisted out of his hands and sprang edt of reach her eyes shining with tri t umph and vpnom Yahay Mr lUzorback she shrill t teCt Rows that for high Tap kill ye Sunday Yell be screechin in hullI In a week an we ull set up on drtek our applejack ah taft itartla pursued her lumberlngly but ibe WM agile as a monkey and ran 1dgIsup and down the counters anti r Iaeked him singing Granmammy Tipsy ToeSAt list she tired ot the cawe and darted out of the door fling- far back a hoarse latigh at him as she Iwi1f U followed but when he reach i ed the street she was a mere shadow Hitting under the courthouse trees He looked after her forebodingly then turned his eyes toward the Palace ho tel on the corner The editor of the 1 V Ml ute pup tfl kill vtr ifJ Ie arda8cit under the wooden Rwnlng with hfii chnir tilted liack against a post gnzlng dreiui1LyiIt the I afterglow In the wet IoUffld the use of trjln to bother Jtr cJ Tom nq kot hiirtoir I r LOVf leads to pov IjrOIIea No real ever sold f heart for the lifeBMtenlfor the mati she loved may well de bt fer wirfoo when pain becomes ie sMe yT vtrtr ifshe were rich she thWci afcc co ld Said a way of cure 42 AHD l PMt WOMEN I WHO M CURED k be ppdscs d makers of Dr Pf rrct IhllOW led Uwarp I e4frtillC t pay SYxJ lis qa15 tIW Ua k rabY OI i Liiriee PJe Wrsksem Prolapius IIMN eI WIt w1ck tkey cannot sfe ur kM a faltaUruao ableMM etkeir MCMM of cure Jjr kr wylwMlfcM tlMak for ronr kiwi a6Y1dssI eIrT et iis Sec over a yew The deli eu i aft M theoegh au op s bwt J sses I I eDr Pfercg Tltepli Fisrfriid Celdta Medical DI1 IIiMhWeY ud AMIeptlc sS1UMrieL few I as com Mter 0x bottle of Dr adId 1 sk JIM l4s 1M a ew woaLteMkMJMdi1 Uti iiidsl dCWMHe are invited MMltDr LY litre Ittffalo N Y by Jetterfiw toI Ar Kcfoex HtMaat Pellets are e pttMMt to take A p6t Tf Hed only langn nci notre mat young WilHanr Todd the drug Ipok and Avail paper clerk Eatmflear the ed Itor whittling absently Martln chut led Williams turn tonight le murmured Well the boys lItn e careOf him He locked jthedoors tjf the Emporium tried themi Iud dropped the keys in his pocket As he crossed tie square to the drugstore where his Jcroules awaited hm tie turned again to look at the figure of the musing Journalist He ought to gp out tierebe said and shook hIs henU sadly I dont reckon Plattvilles any too spry for that tyouiur mail Fivq years hes ben here Well its a goolj thing for usr but I guess It aint exa t 1y hIgh life for him He kicked a stick out of his way impatiently Nbi hegrsnJbledThe Imp was lying und rthe court house steps When the sound of Mar fins footsteps had passed away she crept cautiously from her hiding place arid stole through the ungroomed grass to the fence opposite the hotell Here she stretched herself flat in the weeds qnd took from the tangled masses of her hair where it was tied wfth a string a rolled up crumpled blIp of greasy paper With this lh her fingers she lay peering under thC ccfuce her fierce eyes fixed unwlnkingly on the editor of the Herald The street ran flat and gray lr the slowly gathering dusk straight to the western horizon where thb sunset em bers were strewn In long sjlowlng dark red streak The maple trees wereJ clean cut silhouettes against the pale rose arid parl tints of the sky above and a tenderness seemed to shimmer Jthe air ITfie editor often vowed to 10II self he would watch ntf more WEfe1making long melancholy face grew Ion ger and more melancholy Jn the twilight while William Todd patiently whittlednear by Plattville had often discussed the editors habit pf silence slId possibly thb reason Mr Hnrklcs yas such a quiet man was that there was nobody for him to talk to but hits hearers did not agree for the popula Boa of Cnirlow county was a thug of PrIde being greater than that of soy eral border In counties A bent figure came slowly down the street and William Todd hailed It cheerfullyi Evening Mr Flsbee IIA good Evening Mr Todd an swered the old man pausfng Ah Mr Ilnrkless I was lookiogfbr you He had dot jseemcd to Ue looking for any thing beyohd the boundaries of his own IIarkle9tugiiighis PckqtlOt have completed my notes for our Saturday edition It was quite dothgmrl1ank Hark less as he took thp manuscript Have you finished your paper on the earlier Chrtstiansyrnbollsin I hope tie Her aid may have the honor of prlntlngit This was a fonn they used I shall be the recipient of honor sir returned KIsbec Your kind offer will speed my work but I fean Mr Harkless I very much fear that your kindness alone prompts it for deeply as I desirSItI I cannot truthfully so that niy essays appear to1 Increase our circulation He1 uiade an odd1 trou bled gestureas he went on They do not seem to read them here although Mr Martin assures me that lie carefully repcruses niy article on Chaldean decoration whenever he rearranges his exhibition whitlows Hoj ploddid ott n few paccH1 then turned Irresolutely What Is it Flsbee aked Harkie n bfruul for u inrt iiotit ajiiob about to rspeak then he smileilV faintly shook his head and went tIns wav Harkless waved his hand to him In farewell and drawing a peiicil and a pad from his pocket proceeded to jure his yw In the waning twilight by the editorial perusal of the items his staff hindi Jist left In his hands He glanced over them meditatively mak lag alterations here and there The lat one Flsbee had written a follows Miss Sherwood of Rouen whom Miss Brlscoe Jchcw at the Misses Jennings fin Ishlng school In New York Isfn lest of Judge Brjsco a household Fisbee3 Items were written In ink There vfts a blank space beneath the lost At the bottom of the page Home thing hod been scribbled In pencil Harkless vainly tried to decipher It but the twilight had fallen too deep and the writing was too taint so he struck a match and held It close to the paper The action betokened only n languid interest But when he caught sight of the first of the four aubscrib ed lines he sat up straight In Ida chair with a sharp ejaculation At the hot tout of FisbceH page wa wrItten In a dainty feminine baud ot a type he had not seen for years The time has come the walrus said To talk of many things Of shoes ouil nhlps and sealing wax And cabbages and kings He put the paper In his pocket anti set off rapidly down the village street At his departure William Toild looked up julcklj Then he got upon Ills feet with a yawn and ijuietly followed the editor in tbthisk a tattored little figure rose up from the weeds aeros the way mldstol noiselessly afto William lie was In his shirt sleeve his wiIstccntunbuttoned and loose Oi the nearest corner Mr Toil enCounter- ed n fellow townsman who had boej pacng up and down In front of n tape criwnliig to a protestlve baby held In his MIll lie had paused In his vlgl lo stare utter HarkleH WhrreH lie bound fer Wllljamr Jnqu rwl the inuii with the baby HrIHCOltiI answered WlllianvpuT suing his way rifkoned he would be oliaenef till other turning to his wife who sit on the dooixttfp I reckoned no wlici I tee that lady at the hvture las night The woman rose to her feet Hi Rill Ioddilie said Wliatye on to the back of jer vest Willlan hlmnmIgllng strap of Ids wulstcoat The wo nn ron to him arid unpinned the rape JJt barest writing Thfy took It to whe Cie yellow lanipllKht shone out hiro- mtLrciI flQQr id mvi rFS THe NJSWSLEADER J w Nursing Mothers Need a 1e1ptx1 natural tonic sometliingr that Will give them extta strength not draw upon their needed reserve strength as mere stimulants do Y WALTHERS Peptonized Port is an ideal toiie far nursin mbthers It is c mposM only or finest imported Port Wine a bld maker and strength giver of demonstrated value in combination with pure Pepsin which enables the mother to get the maximum amount of strength from her food Doctors prescribe Walthers Peptonized Port for nursingmothers conval escents dyspeptics weak and aged people Two sizes 5 cts and 100 1THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa FOftCSALE BY ltI VjH V IVC J HAYDONIPharmacist r der Sir FoLer harkla ijaft yo pies an palld him yoR best vehagens is cloateR harkls not Gut das to live we come in wite What ye think Villlam asked the man with the baby anxiously But thc woman jjave the youth a harp push with her hand They never dust to do it she cried never in the world You hurry Bill Todd Dont leave him out of your sight one sec ond CnAPTEIt III street upon whldi the Pal I hotel fronted formed the TlJE side of the square and t west to the edge of the town where it turned to the south for i quarter of a mile or more thin bent to the west again Some distance front this second turn there stood fronting close oithe road a large orick house the mpst pretentious man ion in Carlow countj And yet It was i homelike vince with its red brick walls embowered in masses of cool Virginia creVper und a comfortable veranda crossliig the broad front while half a hundred stalwart sentinels of elm and beech and poplar stood guard around It The front walk watt bor lered by geraniums and hollyhocks toll honeysuckle climbed the pillars of the porch Bchlnir the houstvlhcr was j shady little orirdaiai back of thie irchaitl an old fashioned vary fragrant rose garde1 divided by n long grape arbor extended to the shallow waters of a wandering creek zmtiti5on the batik rustic scat was placed beneath the sycamores Prom the first bend of the road where left the town and becameItI 0 1 teamans voice singing ftchubcrC Serenade came to ItEm iafter some indecision a country high nayi rolled the pike rather than a pronll city boulevard a pathway led through the flclda to end at some pus ure liars opposite t lie brick house John Harkless was leaning on the nndtheMeadows and woodlands lay quiet antI notlonless under time old sweet mar clot a Jiuie night In thp wide tionctotiy or tile that lands there some lined comes a feeling that the whole artlh Is stretched out before one Tq tight it seemed to He so in the pathOs jf silent beauty passive and still yet breathing aiji antljue messige sad aysterlous reassuring But ttl re hind omc a divine melody adrift on the air Through the qpqn windows it floated ndoors some one struck a peal of sll er chords like a harp touched by a over and nwouinuH voice wax lifted ohm Darkless leaned on thej pasture mrs thai listened nvith upraised head md lpjirted lips To thy chamficr wlnJo roving love both led my feet Thi tond sent manna to thq children f Israel In the wilderness liarkless ind been live years In IMattvIlle and a vpmair voice singing Schuberts Ser nacie aiuie to him nt last us he stood y the pasture bars of Jones Held and istcncd and rested lila dazzled eyes in the big white face of the moon HowAlong hind it been since be had Jieitrd a song or any discourse of music ithcr tItan that furnished by the Platt Hle band Not that he had no taste for a brass band But music that be loved always gave him an ache or de light and tile twinge of reminiscences of old guy days gone forever Tonight his memory leaped to the last day of a June gone seven years to a morn bur whcq th UUlp rsraanr VTRVM tvrincioa in me orignt sun aoout tr boat In which be sat the trim launch that brought a cheery party ashore from their schooner fo the casino land Ing at Winter Harbor far up on the Maine coast Tonight lie saw the picture as plainly as lifIt were yesterday No remlnlsr cenqes had risen so keenly before his eyes foryears Pretty Mrs Van Skuyt sitting beside him pretty Mrs Van Skuyt and her roses what had be come of her lid saw the crowd of friends waiting on the pier for their ar rival the dozen or so emblazoned class mates It was in the time of brilliant flannels who sent up a volley of lege cheers in his honor How plainly the dear old young faces rose np before him tonight the men from whose lives he hind slipped Dearest and Jolliest of the faces was that of Tom Meredith du mate classmate his closest friend the thin redheaded third baseman lIe could pee Toms mouth opened at least n yrirti1t seemed such was his frantic vociferousness Again qnd again the cheers ngout Harkless Hark less on the end of them In those days cverybodyf particularly his class mates thought he would be minister to England inn few years and the or chestra on tha casino porch was play- Ing The Conquering Hero Comes Jn his honor and nt the behest of Tom Meredith he knew There JVCiV other pretty ladies be Blde Mn Van Skuyt in the launch load from the yacht but as they touch cd the pier pretty girls or pretty wom en Or jovial gentlemen Jtn wyre over looked hi the wild scramble the college men iude for their hero They haled him forth sot him on high bore him on their ulVrviililira ulimiHiif Sbnl to the Vlklngji1 and curried him p the wood ed bluff to the canino He hearth Mrsv Van Skuyt say VOh were UKttl to It Weve put III at several other places where lw hud fricMidsr lIe remember rd the wild progress they made for him up the slope that morning nt Win ter H arbor how the people looked on null laughed and clapped their hands Cut nt the yrninda edge he id no tlccdlll lIttle form tiiaappPiiriiigMrouud1 a cprner of tile buildlug a young girl running awuy an fast ns idle could See there he slid tis the tribe set him down you have frightened the h1OJtil1ttttitl ToU Meredith hail stopped shouting long enough to an swi r Its my little cousin overcome with emotion Sites been counting the hours till you came been hearing about you for n good w hue She hasn t been able to talk orthlnk of anything else Shes only fifteen undo the crucial moment is too much for her The great Harkless lcs arrived and she has tied robe Continued Your Heart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has a WeaK Heart One of the surest itlgriof a weak heart is shbrtqess of breath after exercise Your heart is not able to primp the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of tho othersymptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains in the Side Back and Should Fainting or Weak Spallsl Dry Cough SweHIng of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No ono can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as Ills a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember DrMllesNew Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee that tho first bottlq will do you good If it doesnt your money back I was afflicted with heart trouble for three years I would bo apparently all right and without a moments warning would fall an though shot The attacks were frequent and a terrible dread pos sessed mo 381 never knew when or where nor under what conditions I would be attacked and whether I would survive them I consulted and was treated by some of the most eminent physicians of the state Not finding re lie from this source I began taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure and began to improve at once l used ten bottles which entirely cured me as I have not had an attack for five years JrRS JOHN DRESBACK Leipslc O FREEWrito to ua for Free Trial of Dr Miles AntiI Pain Wilt the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will dlagnono yourcaaehttllyou what Is wronri sxd jIg Mt- tI91rQIU 1ree Dii II5S nor IAj Married in Missouri At the home of the bridess sister in Butler Mo Monday the 14 1903 Mr B Gl Jones and Krs SE Cash Mrj Jones came to this city from Kentucky several months since and pur chased the May farm east pf town and the Dr L htner resi dence property m thiscit He is a typical Kentucky gentleman and has made marly friends since coming among us The llaity he wed lived at ilaze Green Ken lucky but was baa visit to her sister in Butler at toe time of the marriage We are unacquainted withMrs Jones but bank on the splendid judgment ol our genteel fijiieod to wager the pre diction that she is a most estima hie worn n They arrived from Butler Monday evening and arc at home o their friends at Mr Junes elegant home in East OdessaOdessa Mo Ledger 1 Mr Joffis is well remembered in this c unt having soldl his f irm in the Pleasant Run neigh borhood last summer and moved to Missouri Mr Jones writes that he is well pleased wih his newhome and wishes to DJ re membered by his Washirgion county friends oASronxAB-Ull te The Aivnrs Blguature l4cr U Through to City of Mexico Without change ofcar via Iron Mountaln Rome in elegant Pull mall sle ping cur leaving St Louis 84CTpm daily via Laredo IQatqway bhortestand quickest line Excursion ttickets now on ale For further i f rmaUpn CaiIonoradress RT G MATTHEWS T P A Room 02 Equitable Bldg Louisville Ky BIqMufc Sales In tie last thirty days H E O Daniel and Lfe Sander have sold letween 400 and 425 mules for which they received in round numbers JQQD Among those trom whom lthis stock was pur chased by them bra j Lawrence ODaniel 32 head Henry Miller 33head Chris Rey niersoni 82 head Thompson dr Hughes 33 head Nick Ballard 30 head Jim Montgomery 15 head T A Beaven 30 head Frank Ray 28 held Ed Rpneyl8 head Chas Beaven 40 head Ed G Diniul 52 bead the others of the lot were purchased from different ones whose names we could riotget These sales put afloat considera ble cash among the farmers Lebanon Enterprise Nearly FarreHs ills Life A runaway almost ending ft onftbef Grove Ill For lour voars n defied all doctors and all reme dies Buc Bucklens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cUreI him Exually good for Buds UP1iOtsftndlPlloS Washingtoni Letter Feeling that your readers mutt have a deep interest in Governor Taftt inducted into office on Mon day as Se retarrofWart your 1crrespondlentvi3ied1bedeparl1mentye specs ancjf to get some idea his thecpmelyproecss official policy He looks pic ofI which periodicals have printed ofhima square face with unos tentatious mustache indigo eyes towselqdbroyounger Grover Gleyfiland He also seea s a plain speaking downrightt hon et man wjth the breezy wesdrn manner tyhomhis casual ac quaintance might venture to call Wiliarn and his mot fntimate frierds to slap up tithe back and ballasunIJ Heeapturesthe impression bIe caller an J if Gov Tiior Boutjwell or Carl SchUrz were 10 fnjieryley him on the Filipino qujesiinn he would carry tfray tbetijnpression that while Governor Taft vas a preposter- oUs and unAmeiican heretic in Ihinkingjiii could bestow self gpveriiinerit on any3ody1 that he was atjeast hone in trying to make purchased people com fortable fie is plainly disgusted with some potent conditions that preyaiLin the Philii pines It Vas rtumili ating he said to findtthatrtfnbhg thefirt men to go out to the Philipines were sevetitedn iisbursing officers who defaEUt dThey are now in the thereforReplying to the questir n what was the grjeat nee1 of the arch P5elago h6 said Tbe enfrcs iifpipesMay I inquire what that wean exactly It means that every measure adopted for ther government Whether byt Congress or Com mission srYallJbe adopted because if benefits he Filipinos whether ifc benefits anybody else or not It does not neceijsaViy mean immediate inOependjnce Ohdeir no thy ard not all fit for sell government Their entireMdependeticeus probably remote pTqur antiimperialits are all at pea They tliink all people are lit to govern them sens9 lYes I said they believe that the CJuWns the Filipinos Ihe Boers and theHotentots can tha1lanybody e se can possibly go v rp them t f Thats mistake Tne whole history of be world disproves iit Tide case cf the Doers however is differed JYour correspondent inquired if there we re opponents of the policy The Philippines for thai FI POSt j Yes there aidis continuous violent ci pusition Perhaps a majority of all the Americans in the Philipmues certainly allof the American newspapers and most of thft meiqbautsthereI opposed td it They want a mil tiryt e Miujwuu not a civil Tfi6V desp sa the Filipinos tip ply abusive epithots to them in- sstthattley ought not to boapj pianted to ary office and show their conl mgt for them inevery pjossible way It seems euidlcUl dOeS it nbtt for merchants to grossly and uniformly insult jUieir prin ipal customers Yet 1iLieS magnify the vices of the Filipinos and deny theirvirtue applying to the best of tlfem the qualities of the worst iThia fliust change if our adminstr tlion in the Phil i orgojrnnfent you ask The avance of those who are crazyto gat rich quick Three jears ago there were 70000 sol Tiers tthenC ealini and drinkirg and buyin ajrou deal of Amer f i fur1fthsand four fifths of tho profits have vjanihcd The American news papersin Manila have lost ut Bribers and sdvertisers anIthey wan the good old again fJndeniably there area good many loifera und rascals and even ruffians in the Philip jlines whciare ready for loot and pillage thjese help to swell the volume of hcon e nt Tbej5l icy ofh1he Philippines fur Pi1 ibinos is ji grot raoril obligation iibhe ited from McKinley and it must neither be urren- deeanor minimized If it should bjeI shoqlU be grievously disapi pointed and our administrationi of justice in tho Philippine would be a failure Your c respondent inqji ring Ily suggested that the ollice of Governor the Philippines is not a bed of roses The Stcreta ry sbcok I4iihead gravely and A i The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has he ja Y in use for over 30 years has homo tho signature 0f d anti has beeJ made uncrc his per sona snpervisIonfSlqco Itslnfancy t Allownoon odecchvo3ou1utlils All Counterfeits Imitations and Jastasgood arc hat 1t Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health jf V Infants and Children Experience against Exi T What is C STORIA enltenltt f vC- astoria iL is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Parj6 gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is pleasant t1contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotjlo s substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys TVormflr and allays Foverishncss It cures Diarrhoea anti Wiad a Colic Itrelieves Teething Troubles cures Coustipatiba and jciaiuiency 31 assimilates the Food regulates thB Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep V The Children Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS v9 Bears the Signature of ixj i J The Kind You Haie Always Bought tIn Use For Over 30 Years Sccrun crrt II 1t one babal whose rifimbers have striven to defeat n3y adminlstra f t ion beCaus it vvas just and up right and Icome home and find myself condemnedj by the anti imprialstson tbe ground that it is not upright or lust The Secretary said he must decline to go into any discussion las the fundamental limitations of human ighttVliilehe deeply regretted the original outbreak at Manila be had taken the situ Potion as it existedrwhent went there and tried to iiittke the best of jit Some deplorable things bad happened but they wei e in ibe past and was useless to dis cuss them now rCne thing is sure ho said nnil that is that the inhabitants of the Philippine islands are far betler off tnan Ihey ever were befoie that the have about them the conditions pf advancement io comforts and all advantages und that t h e wisest of them would not surrender American ruleand revert to the old condition if they could Bttr lan Gold I wss troubled for several years with chronic ricdigestioi ane nervous debility wrijies F J Green1 of Lancaster Nli No remedv helped me until I began using Electrict Bitters which did me more good than all the inediciLes I eyer used They hdve also kept ny wifein excel I nthealh for yoars Sh2 sass Elecvric Bttars are jut spUn dfd for feraalj troubles that they aro a grand tonic and invigora lor for weak andjranr down wo men No other medicine can tike its plaba in 4purfamilj Try them Only 50 Satisfac tion guaran let d by C JAaydon Marrlasre Superstitions superIstitions ninny ot which apply only to the mHrrlage ceremony The wedding ring Is nuule pbiln nnd thick only for the reason that Its thickness and plain ucs9 secure it against breakage for to break it Is the very worst of luck for Iwth bride nndgrQoiK White is the Jest color to Jet uidrrlcd in but n widow may marry In any color save ye low Should n jtride drop one of her gloves too betide her She must exer else great care In getting in and out of her carriage and a false step Is eidil omen whMj brings misfortune J1 t Women as Welt aslYIen Are Made Miserable by KidneyTrou6Ie I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon or disappear when the kid or neys 3roforder Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is nol uncommon t Lfor a child to bs born afflicted with weak kid = neys Ifthechildurin ates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or If when the ehHd reaches an age when itt should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and tnctlrfIstep should be 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