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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f fin f I l ji EADERA f I 13 It fPTi jfk J I 1 I q E oItw SerlesVQI XL Nov5 SPRINGFiELD WASHINGTON COUFTI KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 18 1904 f FE 1A ER- HrH n HH I It r sufSOI Jr BC 1MI I j l1B UNDERTAKERS T11o1llpso111Tr1 Co r AND EMBALMERS I P = = =iirryin stock all kinds of Funera eoppUee PHONE 53 p A OUR DiREfcTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of X VashingJton County4 52 miles south Itta tof iexinfipn 59 miles froni tjojtisville on Bardstown branch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district Two ank8t telegraph and telephone linesf express office flour mills lumber par Population 1100 population of county 15000 Jepresentativciu Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Keutucky Legis lature Hon W D Ciaybrpoke i Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky J County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February Mayan Octo bqr c EJ Pattesc n Judge of 4 ii LDurhni Commonalth At torxey stFM Campbell pkrk 1L GrBeachman Master Commiss 1 J J loner r QU1RTERLYCOURTU Quarterly Court isheldori the thirdh ifondayin each month Biv fcftsey Judge 4 4- e COUNTY COURT i County Cv irt meets on the fourth Monday in e ch mouth JJ L LitseyJudgfc WF Bocuker County Clcrk rs Mayesv County Attorne George Catlett Jailer 1rByron Croak Sheriff Richuftl Ishaiii uh btdneyQskornett Deputies t James F Moore County Survey or L I Royalty Asscss raT P OBryan Deputy Robert toe Treasurer M Montgomery Coroner6J J W Bush Supt of Common e Schools P O Springfield m 7 CITY COURT l i jame R Noe Police Jud- gejiiaz i hr3t LlIt Ej rii by Citt Attorney cfiI JUSTICE COURT f Justice Courts are held in January t 1 April July andOctober w J church Directory r I V- r ili BAPTIST CHURCH SerEt R v S J Cannon Pastor at 11 am and 700SundayyAices every in Sunday School at 900 Prayp I MqeUng on Wednesday night at 7 60 METHODIST CHURCH 1-4 J ServicesRey J Do Ward Pastor Third Suudavsin each t on the Firstarid t inouth at 11 a iii and 730 p m Sun Suilday nt 10 amic1aySctioot every ye4meeting every Wedncsd y j pra s j night ii CATHOLIC CHURCHv e Rev iP F Ben esSaY Pastor Scr v Wicca every Sunday at8 and 10 oclock a ni Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevFeix Pastor Service Bccondffan fourth Shnday in each mon h PRESBYTEIUA cHURCH 4f Pastor Rev T D Latimer Preaching everY Sunday at 11 am school dory and at 7 pm Sunday Snnday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclockl = Fraternal Ordeas J J MAEOKIC LOIGE pringfcidi lodge it in each No 50 meets second Mpuday month Wasitn ton R 0 Chapter No 57 itfsvaa every third Monday Springfield Council oS2 meets on every tpurtli Monday V- KiGHTsiof TflBIACASEESMCC1S- p fitt 1Hrua1 inca b i rAMAJI SILVER 1 TRUSS j y J rTPff COOL Enyio Wear 1itHernia IIounderstraps witk comfort Never moves I t S oaLe ty C T B1ydOtl 1 i Wi mnF1i iftft OO i4 i ii iJ JLI ROUND Of JJtLI t3t11V4 q Not Far to Spring Ed Stanton tn Atlanta 9Constitution Ie know it isnt far tto Spring though lots o you win doubt it Becauseafound the eves the birds are talkinall bout itt The sparrows in their coats o brown they kdepup such a humpiin1 Youd think that Spring was JoafinV roundor therose vn3conrin But yesterday the snow 1i y hi eI against myvTin ow shutteru When suddenly a speckQ st aU wings afflutter seemed to me I almost little h hcartsac1rl1mmibeardlbCirj And plain Sis day thes The nfcftin time is Then come O Spring from vaJIcys imf wintry hills and hazy j And teach pjjeMockingfbird hish3mn J and whtpertothe daisy Andforthes wIntry spells that lonjr in jgriefkiid gloom have bounduY Give us jour birds andblooms and lights tiat wraps Gods love or around us T ARLVj qtiOSiNQ The Board JV OfT wn Trustees hasp ssel ah ordinance fixing an early closing hour for saloons19r- tlie l towr which will probably have a good efFsct on tho morals certain night birds of the community The ordinance providesor the closing of all saloons at 30 oclock every night during the wefek except ori Sat ay when 11 oclock is the fixed The majority of the ksalion keepers themselves are sad to beiin favor of the new regu1tiopas they say aoi rule their places were dosed at by that hour anyway It iis said that the immediate cause of this action on the part of the ttown authorities was a certain affair fotowed by arrests which tod- kplaashort t time ago lnoteof the saloons at a very llata hour at night or rather at a very early hour one morning This d the attention of tIe nu ihor ties and also that of tbetJ public end the heiiv law was tiiej outcome Its a good reguiationi 0 T IGHT DOCKET The next 4ljL term of ctrcultrcourt which begins next Mouday will open to about thelightest docket oh record There are only ao fifteen appear hce cases on andtII the actual business before court will be very easily t hett care of The ona murder er1JWhICh and will probibly go to trial this time The dpunty jail has been empty foi a long lime nd the number of indictments out for imirior offenses is small We don know how it is at other points in the district but as falasI Springfield is concerned two lillelliamplei I TOST1V e notice tentative Will CIay brookesj 1 bill to provide an asylum for inebriates liA3 been unfavorably reported by the committee to which itwas referred and thatt me nsit will probably never see the light of day again Thei measure cain d with it an Idea that was popular with the people and attracted a greatdeal of at Cion andlcomraent and brought its authOr into considerable prominehco The Legislators however evidently did not Jcok- OQit as practical under the cir cumstanepS and it was put to sleep along with many other good suggestions which have found origin in in fertile brains t 1iTOTItlNGDONE For then benefit of tiutherousPin n quirers it is stated thai nothing definite has yet been done toT wards the movement to rebuildl- o St Catherine The sisters have ittis thought fully made up tlrminds that tbey desire to nebuild th0 academy and convent on a sit near Springfield and every thing Indicates that the mstitu tion will eventually be built at that place There isalalge amount ofred tape and prelimii naries to be1 gone through nitli however befureanything definite 5can te dono in a movement cf that kind but unless all signs fail ftn rcww t j r the liberall offer of the good citi i zen pff Springlleld donate a site wilibeaccepted and Springfieldr r will soonr have h borJcrs ah institution t a credit to any city J 0 IT rTOiA Y t The timeworh ii i14utjj n ct ioi n NeAcr put off Hill tomorrow what you cap do toc1 yis how generally presented in this form Do it today That js tIre terse advice we want to give you t afoul that hacking cough Qt de moralizing cold with winch you 4 Have been struggling for several a days poriiaps weeks Take some pliable remedy for it TPDAY BOSIchcesar5 A fev doses of it win undoubtedly relieve your cough cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you coin pletely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked youij lungs German Syrup wiU surely effect a curets it has xlone be forein thousands Of apparently hopeless cases of lung 4tfoubie e New trial bottJd25c regularl t size The At1 d J Haydons drugstore j Relier In One Minnic it One Minute Cough Cure gives relief inrone minute becaase it kills the mi crobe which tfckles the mUCOUS mem bran Causing the cough and and af the saine time clears the phlegm draws put the inflamation and heals arid soothes tile affected parts One Minutct Gough Cure streiisthens the lungs wards jineumonia and isa harmless and neverfailing cure mall curable eases of Coughs Cvlds and Croup One Minute COP h Cureis ploasant to take liar ntess and good alike for young nn lj Old Sold by ci Haydou r whafAl They Ohambeclatns Stomach cnd thoITablets A now remedy for stomach bUHonsness and constipa- tionAnd agood one Pnce 25 cents For s ala aC J Haydong drlig tore Muliiatton Stouless A dispatch to the daily papers tram Springfield says Garfield Di vine whoJives on DeapCrceli eight miles from Harrodsburg Awhile Tearing down an old house ou his place a few daysago found 1000 concealed in the wall As i tibis was nearthe Spot where the of Periyvillo vasffocght Springfield Mulhatton might have addea that tie money was placed thereby a wounded sol her wbo never lived to come af teii it This reminds us tbat down in PEneSsqSO1nel1cre- there rites buried 1000001 vtt f was placed ih the ground by La fayette Marshall iyrinierSQ1 dier who wont from Harrods burg Ai Fayettsville fJRenii it was learned that he wasa typo and he yas put tow IIr prhTting 50 bjlIsonan old hand press He wprk d night and day for six weeks and as he printed ten bills at a clip hQ soon had oeans of money When he joined lii company he had two haversacks full of the stuff TIe was ffered gold in exchange fur it but re Cusei because be could not carry the metal so easily He got of the load and buried itweary He was captured shortly after iwardsnnd remaiued a prisoner I until thcwar closed He never went after the money because it- wisSoutbenscrip At the tune I he refused to jKcchange for the rqld xthe script Vns won h 75 cents on tbe doHar Harrods burg Herald t A Cfiii For E zmna My baby hatl Eczema so bad that lbs head was a solid inaes of scabs and itsI hairaH came out I trie1 many dies but none seethed to do any perma mint good until I used DeWitts Witch Hazell Salve The Eczema iscurecftht- scabsaregofle and the trUe ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its plis is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much pr use to Dc yi fs iVith Hazel SalvoFrank Farmer Bluff Cty Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look out tqr count creits DeWitts is the origpal anI the only one containing sure Witch IIael The name IR C IeWit CoI sou eyery box Sold by C J Haydou Canine Statistics At every legislative session for the past dozen years some mtm bar uf the house or senate has introduced a measure t roviding a taxor license on dogs aid the presenttjody is no exception The author this time is tepreII sentative Proctor of the cpnnty of Grayson andhe istfery muchI hejr01fured ago Qtltl i neadyaIlif otfthProctor says thattherc are five j thousand otersin Grayson coun ty and an average of tine dog to j every voleiv I have some sta tisties on tinssubject to preset to tne house said hej It costs about lu month tofed a dog fga year It costs 60000 a year to feed the live thVusand dogs in inv county besides the j depredations and destruction they are guilty Qf Spend 00000 feet ing as many hogs and we would have 10000000 more meatlt The bill Mr Proctor provides for reporting the num of ber of dogs along yfi ih other property to ithe county assessor 2VIIconseIJ not end with the mere requirement of a license fee Each owner of a dog should in addi lion tothe license fee be requir d to value the animal and pay tuxes on itas he would other property and then the law should bemujdified so as to make a felony to steaia dog as itIapplies t6 otheranimals Hal rcdsburg Herald GOpyspntms f Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the livers and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundred indono ill fleets itproduces You cant have good spirits and a batt liver at the same time Your liver fmust be in fine condition it you vO ld1eelb4Janthhappy and hop tul bright of eye lilit of step vigorous and successful T your pursuits You can putyoui iverin fine condition by using Greens August FIowprt tie greatest of all iriedicines for the ivertudstaniacli and a certain cure for dyspeijsia or indigestion It has boon a flivorite housenold remedy for over thirty live ye rsIAugust Flo ver will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good SiiritSrrrialsjzc 25c regular bottlesl 75c ALc J Haydons drugstore t Another Case of RheiimatsmCu- cd i by Chamberlains Pain Halm Theefficacy p t Chambcrlainls pain Balm in the relief of rhcumatiam is is being demonstrated laity Parker Triplett of Grfgsby Vju says that Chajnberlain8 Pail Balm gave himCJ p nnanJnt relief from rheumatism iu the back when Qverything else failed and lie would not ice whitliouiit For sdJe by C J Hnvdou v Gandidatcsin N lsou- Mr T IC Diidisman of Grc nsIChapel announces himself cdn dldate for Jailer of Nelson coiin ty in this iissue of The Standard Mr Dadteman isf4 prominent citizen of his section of the coifn tyandis WOlf qualified for the position he seeks Others who will enter the race for the Jailersliip are l ssisI Miles II Young of Nw iThomas O Mann and Samuel Peter of Bardstown G Wi Robi ertsoii and W AY Simmons all lof wliQin are good citizens and popular gentlemen A ticket for lieriff and Depu ties of Nelson county was madeI up lust Monday Mr James ti toe of Samuels is at the head ofthe ticket and Messrs Ed Bell oNew Thvfi Robert Murphy Chaplin and R Lee riagan Iof Bardstown have been selected as Deputies The gentlemen Inention9 ate all very popular land compose a ticket that wll be hard to defeat Standard Wlln Yon Have a Cold The first ection when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Hemedy iThis Remedy liqucties the tough mi cus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of therltiugs produces alreee- xpcctoratio au4 opens the secretions A complete cace soon follows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than ifciy otli treatment and it leaves the system iua natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For ale sale at Haydona drug f tore a UNFCRTINATE PReDlCAMENT Elias D Thompsoil Writes oUhe ICharqe off Murder Against Him in Texas INNOCENT OF IBelowI from Elias D Thompson formeriy of splaco an account of whose at Whitewright Texas on the charge of complicity jJJin a murder mystery we published last week The circumstances of the case are very peculiar but those Who know Mr Thompscn are loth to beleive that hej has any guilty knowledge of the crime It will be span from his letter that he is in a very unfortunate predicament The latter follows j VVnii1 ALRIGHT TEX Feb 7th lOOt Editor NEWSLEADER Dear FlieiIdfo the columns the NEWLEADER I owe a debtof grattude in this the sad uest happeiihg or my 1 i f Vqldscan nat express my fe- enafter reiding the kindwords said about me My trial is set for the 21st of March I am in- nocentof having to do or any knowledge of the murder It iis acomplicated casejand one that three grand juries failed to make out and 1 was a witness in each and not a single bit of evidence could give although being a night wattbman there was 3f good many thought I ought to know something about the mvr dered man His body was found Hutstorm house one mile and a half from town andhoate his supper with a farmer some four mile oat on the railrcad nod then cam i towards town The storm house vas riot far from the railroad 1 do not know Ihow strong the evidence is that Jie was sOon in the Jon but I never believed he was murdered hero The fauher has dow brought against the railroad company for 40000 and the railroad has mal rile a party to the suit The city marshal and his deputy JBlled their bund of3000 each and my bond was put t2500and two more were put at 2500vhe city marshal and deputy put upl 2500 between them3 to their lawyer Randall congressman from this place I am carrying 270 pounds of flesh and have been prostrated with asthma this winter The covrt fixed myboud and I think twentyseven men signed it I have many warm friend s here and many of my bondsmen were wealthy men some of Them worth near a million VI always was complimented an officer arid served for over six years My life in Texas like rpiflrv lives isj a checkered one I gqt to- cargetoworkh tmy trade ndI have been newspaper reporter clerk in hotel street and door isolictor for Jage dry goods establishments and last but nol leas night watChman for the cHy of of IVhite Wright and felt proud of the compliments I re ceivedas an ofilcer Ever sincelast March I have beeti running a confectionery and cigar stand on a small scaly starting on aUny dollar invest ment making V living My ifealth has been sObad this wjn Iter I had to hire a man to run myi business so lain not doing very much Now to cap the climax IJam arrested fur murder Iiitt is hard to say what life has in store for us T LJJersIPeed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor js the only Hair Vigorha- irfood you can buy For 60 years it has been Ijoing just what we claim it will do If will hot disappoint you My hair used to to very ttioit lint after using Ayer unit Vigor a short tiMe It began- in erow and noV it is tourtten inches long This seems a ip1uid1drsult tomJatteretng ultaoit wlthoHt nrhalrJIna J U yirwCHrado SIt1nP a bottle j co All druR htfo I Lure It Short Hair lIt as been adversity and hardships iVith me but I want you to express to my many friends my heartfell gratitude in thiSf the tlmpof mytspfe affliction Ijcan not walk even a square without resting on account ofi riddtblon jhe bright side as thuchaswc J can Tnthp llanguage of the poet i iBeBehind the clouds the suns still siiinhijjy Ttiy fate isi thejcorjimon fate of all Ii to each lifq some rain niusjt fall Sorie days be dark and dreary EITSD THO iP50N raYCj 10ou IllalestIou If you have in ligei iou Kodol Dys pcp ia Curevi cure you It has cur ed usa d srItiscurine people Vf eryjdaycvery hour You ovwe it to jOI1 self to givi it a trial You will Thic cotinue to suffe r until you do try it is ho otler combination ot di that digest anurcbtiild at the tin1 K dol does both Kodoll i strengthens and rebuilds Sold Jv Haydojn j CbC terlaiiis Staacli aDd LlyerTallets UiiRniiflllnn fotGOnstl aliOpI Mr A RKajue a prominent drugt glst0f Baxter ripgs Kansas says t Chjanjberlam Stomach anti Ilver tmostt in ue today for con tipatioll They ire ure in action and with no tetiden iy to uaueatcr gripe For sale atU J Haydlbns drug store Big Jersey Sale r 2 Cow thjatproduced 2 414n 90 in one yeiir to be soldat pub j liei ZLUction Fiib 23 1904 Havaiing decided to quit the dairy bUSlI ss we will sell on Tuesday t 23 190rlr on our premises bUSlI i1esn It b of Lebanon IijSpringfield pike plur en of Jers K tattlfe icons f 25cvilch cqws di trsancl lieif 2 btlls Eyery cow is a fine dairy type and the aptualI cas i receipts for crdam from hee cows fo 1905 was 24149G cmitnotbea ire chance to buy fine cows The bulls are worthy of being j paped atthe h id of any herdc Haiels Gold 53 Exile 48532 isaa02i per Court double grandson of Exile ofStIjainGert 13657 who t lirodiiaedhioVe tested daughters thajn any bull living or de dtNoihrng will be sold before the a Salb Term mades known1 onja da o sale Sp1e begmEprompt oclock jEnglishT k 1cp1AWEoRDBROst tr11l11 y H PainfulAccident ririday aft moon Dr P W Wells r the wellknown trtistr s met with a painful accident that t will con fine hint to his room for some time While handling a revolverl t it was accidentallyi tfjs charged and the jball passed through the lower part of his leg making in ugly and painful tieshwound At first it was feared that tie wound was of a far more serious nature but med iical examination showed it to be only t gainful flesh wond Dr We Is but recently owing to ill health disposed of his dental business in tliiscity toDr TuU tie jand ras endeavoring to re cuperate his health by a period 6f ret andq uierade The icci dent is greatly regretted by hsr- lany fried2ecordths F WcftrOnc undreds Dollarslie ward foe anyc1SC of Catarrh that can not be cCcdby by Hairs C tarb9ure c J CHENEY CO Toleeo 9 IWe the undersigned havekhown F Jv Cheuey for the last 15 years ahdbe hcve Injn perfecUv honorable1 in al business trausaclions and financially blq to artY ut any obHgatipns made by his firm WALpINc KINNAN MAkVlNf i Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls OatSrrh Qure Is take t intern allv acting direcUj uporTtbe blood and nmcOuS 4urfaqes of the system Testimonials sent tree Price 75 cts per ibottie Sold by all drnggisls Take Halls Kamiiy Pills for cdnsti- dtion ystCfiiPns QFORfflStllCf One was al9andsalIow and the other fresh an rosy Whence the difference She who is blush ing with health uses Dr Kings N3w Life Pills to maintain it fey gentlyaiousing the lazy or giqsgthey compel good digestion and bead off Cbustipation Try them Only 25s at C J Haydan Druggist I Washington Letter J Naturally the excitement atnd calamities of the past week have had a more tr less depressing Jf fluencejn thehnancial worldand attention from party politics With thewar neys from the East the burning of Balti more and the serious illness of prominent public men stocks declined and a more conservative 1 tone became apparent iii legis lation The President maintains an alti udebf calm reqeptivty- readyat any moment toJdb what hecan to aid the suffering and limit the area of hostilities in the Orientto assmall a sphere aspcs sible He is not the promoter of much of theiegislation pe f before Congress as the Service Pension Jbjll for example yet if t should come before him for his approval he would not veto it The opposition to it is so strong in Congress and out tthere is4 small chance of its parsing It is gratifying to observe that nu merous petitions are coming tp Congresspreying for a parcels post The people can have it iif they demand it and its benefits to commerce are so great as io ensure the ultimate triumph of the scheme The German vote of thecountry is making such a vigorous protest against the pro posed new regulation of the 4ii nor traffic it may be sUrmised that the bill to that end willl be allowed to lumber The Pana ia debate continues withwaning interest and effect apdas soon S Senators quit talking against time d vole will be taken arid the treaty ratified Tnereeareindications that theI Wall street attempt to discredit the President as a dangerous man has collapsed and in Ohio the illness of Senator Hanna has had the effectjf creatinga truce between the factions lei by the two Ohio Senators The Repuk licah political sky is clearing and thus far mcst bf the delegates chosen for Chicago have been in structed to yoiie for President Roosevelt So top the Demo ratc situation isTiiotjis mixed itwas since th4 Gorman 01i ney Grey Parker and pleyeland booms have grown smdller with the progress of events Fust DOW the HearstBryaa combination is curious factor 4ndi politicians re in waiting mood to see what tne result will be A dark horse is likely to g4tthe nominai lionat8t Lpuispossibly it may be General Miles iai The Labor Commission bill which Congress is urged to pass provides for a permanenc cpm mission of six members to receive ulaaiesof f8 000 leach per year the same as the saiaryofl our Cabinet ministefs arid a 4000 secretary and all expenses Their business will be to arbi trate a quarrel cbccering wages when both contestants ask for it and to enforce the arbitratioriiif both are willing to obey it This is very arduous andc6stly Official pinion concerning the Eastern War is somewhat mixed withi a tendencyto side with Japan Iii iis dee ply felt how ever that Japan 14 merely cats paw Ol Great Britaini topu l John uHJschestnuts 0ut of the pre and only pronoutfClsd Anglo maniacs warmly sympathize with the efforts to dismantle R jsia There was a good deal cf S mpatheticcb ering at the nevsof the destruetipftflct but the same demcnstration woud have been made if the boot ttAd OHMmhe other leg Brevities A Connecticut lav- iy irWasbi lop says Connec ticut Democracy is as dead as Marleys ghost Vjet he come from Bridgeport whiclf has just re elected a Democratic mayor by 2 105 maJQrity 18000000 have already been voted Ho coming Worlds Fairs The Chi f Justice has got over being madabbut precedjepce and head his wii hayo diaed at tie White Ious again It is gratifying to learn that Senator Hannas heart action is good onfcf people at the White Hous thought otherwise The eftr mSn who started and fraished the Panama revolution haye fenthusi t astically given themselves banquet Elihii Root now says that if he had baa his way he would iieVar have taken the Philippine Islands He defliQS that they nrq a valuable a5fOt t r l THE OW REUAt R4ijLl AKirl1 PaWDRLAbOteyPure i 1 miiEJS NlJUBs1 i rt ffiCongrcssistions from the c nhyihffa 7or of a parce1spdst People ire wakingup v J Bad Accident Dr TF Oar happenecto such a seriou accident last lricday afternoon tlrafrit sepubL most a miadlhat he was not killed He was dliVinit tc wn from his howe on the tDB 1 pike and When crossing thej i H1I road abo1t a mile itora tow a freightitraiq came dashing a1ng- and stf ufejk liis horse and uggy1 j knocking tlie horse id wlnnq cuilin it terribly in save iral places and confriletely demql Ell ingthe vehicle Dr Cleaver be jiame entanglet beneath the wreckage of Jiisbuggy with thQ reins of the harness wrapped about him whTehprseiay pros irate by the roadside When tn6 doctor managed toget froii4the debris and t6 td his home pearby and DrThornton arrived iiI vas found that he Bad receivedart awful cut on the head ahd oni of his shoulders sevcrery bruited from beth oT vhlelr he has utJ fercdreat pain und spmeim easiness has belen felt about ihint 5e ii4 now doing nodera ely well butitis fclipughttliatrit will oe several days b jfore Jiewil bo out The horse Tyhidfi wf s a valuable one wai injiiVedsabadrV lythat it liadt + be killed Dr Cleaver says tliait the engineer on the train never gave tnV warhing by the usual whistle jor thje accideilfr would not haVE 0- CcurredFacon I 1 TH IIAHANTEED AkirwcuUlill j Wood Campljcrf Will Jicturn Won ey If Hyomel Falfj NoStoirach DosIng vj r f HyomeiKismade so inauy i4s of 1 the mpst chronic aud d jeep eatcTlt aac s of catarrh that Wood Campbell jon elder it a specific in nthjs disease l They extend larfinyitation to all ca tarrh sufferers to call afet Their vtpr0 and purchase a EfyomeroiitQ vitli tic distinct understanding thatitjfflii t6 Absolutely free unless ifeffectsa isnnl The chief reason for the unl surd uccess of Hyoraei in the trcatrnea ifcatarrhalitrotibresaiid other dis asts of the air passages I j the fact thst it cures by a new principle imprgna Lingho air you brcatlte yith he ling uidethkiIlmngbalsaxngt Oft this aci count fb reaches the seat of life dE earp in a way Tmposslbltt to p asdru s orT other Btomach dosing r Many of Vbod Campbells custo raers who hare suffered with feaiarrh since childhood have been cured coma pletely by this BcientiRcreni dyi Tne CQinplete Hyoqiei ioffit oats SX and consists ofah inhaler thai can be carried in the purse for pothet to medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy ollei Extrabotfies pin bft obtiinttf for SOc j making it a most cono tiled remecy for time cureof datarrlj longeriTithaatafrllwllisorders from Yood Oampbell under ther giaarantectg return tbeaapne7 if it lads Ypu run no risk tyiiatever4 If it cures the tre tr81i6tjcspen J sive vrhileif it failst JToqd j 05Arnp i bell will ref ttridypuV tqqiipy a ldqi cost you absolutelyl nothing i ESCpCaI1AYIll1Fat Mr ET Hagglpsoi Mel cu rrier Ma writes My doctor gldmp I bad Consumption and notmofr ioul51be dqnefor me Iwa iv iin up to diernoofferdf areo trial bottle pf Dr Kliins le1 Dispveryfoi r 0onsumpion ii duced meto tryiV Results weio vslarlling lam now on The rotd recovery dud owe all toiDti t Kin gs New Discovery It surclf t saveid inyiffe Thi greHt cure fiat guaranteed forMall tuat ir d uugdisi3cs by O ife Htt jf Druggist iPrlCe 5D a4 ti tfJvO v ti i0 V- fatbe jdy hi IgntLs mz = 1 THE NEWSLEADER 1 1JlmLUIIED KVUmY IN ADVANCE THUftBDAY SPRINGFIELD KY aI J E L13AVISON Jr ctDITuExD PotIsDH- 1AJ tawtatM notices 10 canto peT ok t JDterUO QOftlta ee caadldatM and political matter 0 esitsperline 4b work ls doae at low rates bet cash t be paid oa delivery ofgoods Acvartlslig contracts made on liberal rme OWtaarte anti resolutions of respect 3 at perils AJnOtlxrMJ OtY4aKltItes 250 suity Oceno5OQDUtriRtO c s r 0 c RY18i904l THURSDAY aRU We are authorized to announeefetbe 4Bsref r- 1GEORGE D FARROnj as a candidate for tne office of Sheriff Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Station November 1905 The Nation has sustained a di Lintlossin the death fSenjr ktor Marcus A FTanna which oCc curred at his home in Washing v r ton on Monday evening after prolonged illncfss of typhoid fe i ver He was a broad miridpd statesman and one of the best jxjlitical managers this counry has ever seen Ho hal devoted much of his work sto tile success of the Republican party and he I will le sorelyl missed In thecoun cils cfth political body The hostilities between Jvapan iind Russia are assuming large proportions Of the sea engage ments Japan bas ad decidedly the best of her opponents A big land fight id now lookrd for vDich wttl probably tate place in Korea where Japan has landed 120000 troops Both nations are thoroughly aroused and the war promises to be a disastrous t and bloody affair before anyset tie neat can be brought about There are only 22 more das of the session Jeft for the Ken tucky Legislature but tho new 1bllJsare pouring in daily just as if the llaw makers bad run out xf oa wInch to act 1m3krlal GraMtB Katlmafe mt Him General In Grants estimate of the abilities of the generals of tbe armies says anpf leer of Grants staff in the National Magazine I tbluk it is safe to say that sherman stood first For John A Lo gan be perhaps entertained tbe warm csVpcrsonal feelings His friendship fprttilfl brilliant soIdlerTvas very pro nounceoU General Thomas be consid tered a sate man and an Indomitable espcIdaltavorltes otr WHEN THEORIES FAILED A Melbera Rxperfenre In the Train lug ot Children DJaye yon given upl jour theories on the trnintnii or cnUdrenV he asked rs he settled back Jn his easy chair t after dlnnec Illunc shereplied dKIdedly Ive tiotlced jthjit you havent beey reading many books on the subject rWently he went oil Whats the reasoieD Why you see we hind a series of lectures on the subject atttlIC club and I learned from them that it was real science requiring careful study So ot copies of several books on e t tIon and began to Ht myself furUl1work of bringing up children But the authorities dont dgree 11Dont JheyV- MNo1 they dpnt And they nil gpin the theory that one has a nursemaid or two and a governess And youJintt any Xo uatijnt any And so none of the books seemed to fit lay case lie sides while t1was studying the chill dren kept getting Into trouble and ii11tbewsel sand acquiring all hurti of bad trjcks So Ive gone back to studying the children and have left thinj books to people who have sonic hue to look after their children while experiment york Press with their books thlI r THE MOON AND THE MICE i Carlos IsdUm ijrcnd Cxplatulnt ike WanlBK of Laun A curious Indian legend was told to Borne people in OuuUxa by full bljbded 8i Hldgeageiicytiety time a new uoyn nppmred It was t signal for sill the mice In the cO nt tII ta gather the uselves together In spot When they assembled they separated l luto four great armies On army went to the north anotjier to till south jitblrd to the east and fourth Jf the west These armies of mice IlontII heavens seemed to touch the earth TThen they clmbEd up the sky until ibey came to the moon which by this ime was what we call full IAll of the four armies then commenc ed nibbling at Luna and when they had eaten her all up the mice would Maaaper back down the heaver to the Mirth and wait for bit t9 show feerseif a lnJM1i the Journey and the nibI Mini would be repeated by the mice I find tbte iIc what the Indians of early Y diiyi believed was tbe cause of tue- UMlwijrjiwIns od rind finally dlsap rlnr SiIIt t t w r i i gD fiht ft i Ui iiW OOW c1v ro ti 8q oiOO0li3 WI i W wa 11t News Front The County t cII l Happenings Among the County Pepleii as Reported your Correspondents it3iL eJ Willisburg 5i Born toVthe wifei of Dick J Pinkston adO pound boyMel rittMcGarvey MjWi S Gibbs was in Leba non Saturday last Wi4 Ethel Bowles of Mack ville iis4he guest of Mrs WWV Hyatt Ms J Lt Scare and daugh ter OT Springfieldl were visiting at the home of Mr T W Reed- slast week Rev Walden filled his regular appointment hqre last Sunday Rev JA Sims preached at Love Ridge last Saturday and IndependeneeSunlayt t L W Jenkins is reported to be a letto get out again after a few days ilTnssSThe yoiK wdics of the CLris tiin Association express ther siriceie thinks to their many friends in assisting them in their conti ibutfoH for the Sunday school The Sunday School is in gretti s progress ht this plarJe everyone t is cordial r invited to attend Mrs fJalve Poulter aid son Wesley ol Law enceburg visited B Poulter last Wk s Mrs AID Weis Las returned home froth Louisvi le yhoce she visited her daughter Mrs J M Brown sAitI ported oJtheckJit Also Mr J C Clieatlomv and John K Vviisoi Mrs Fanny e Sleeley enter tattled h ir many friends on last Wcdnesdry evening sJohnhonor ol Miss Maggie Riley of Mackvill i last Friday night There va 26 present and all report a jiV time Missfs Ethel Settes and Lula Colvin sitEd Mr W L KeeJngl at Pulli ill last Saturday and Sunday Dr T Barnett tind Miss AddyeOpx f Maclcville pa sedJ through pur town en route to Sparrowi last Friday t fessC C Foster R G Pipkstop pscar JShirlpy of Tatham and VVLJCeeling of Pulliam were in our town last Sunday V Miss Addye Foster of T tbrm acd George ChoaUiam f Chap lin are attend ng school at this place Wi I j MQOREVILLE Since clur last t ere l1as been born toUVe wife of Mr JeTpCcx 9pouud girl Weattenced thes1ef the late Jones Cruqap everything brought a fair price W OEllis is again selling trees for Stark Bros tIe largestt acd mcst reliable nursery in tlie United States lrisi Nancy EtJis and 1rsJ Estella Goatlcy visited iMrs K nth Bishop near Polm tOII days last week About all of the tobacco ir this vicUUty has been delivered and SQld Our communiy is healthy at present only afew slight cases reported Someone relieved Mi T D Sweeney of five dlllars one day lat week Nimrod Smith sold to Alex Thompson a bunch of shpats atI 4 con s pet Ib VS Good bought a hunch of shoats from Palmer C1iesorat 4 cjentsper Found F UI1titLe chlJ jf vMr Alex Yalejlae tin mealbs Mrs Estella Iiijniliei e from BlocmCcld to isither AVents Tcm Settles has gone to Little Rcck Arkanses to Iivlwith his aunt Mis Vctotfa Boyle Jas Bishop has gone to Gliica go Ilito make his future home Mcfsrs lite Gcatley and Seve Bishop amicipale going to I1IU nois about Maich 1st We awish then all QfSl et M MM Born on February 14th to the wife of G J Reynolds a 10lhI girl A M Eddie man bought a Day mare of Burr Crume for 90 cash Talham Springs AV N Keel ing bouglit a farm from Dr Hatchntt for 2600C Possession given at one The sale ot Ron Nicholson was l well attended and every thing old well Joe Gary and family will leave Monday for Clinton III We wish siicc ss L W Jenkins bus bought soy e1tlrfortheJ1J Qoff sold an 8yeaiold mare to Scott Goff for70 Kaleb Goff bought a 6yearold mare fromNuah Pinkstbu 8250 Pro Saunders conducted a singing class at Tatham last Sunll day afternoon Oscar Shirley and R II Pink ton attended church at Willis burg Strnnay The R F D that runs to Pulff liatnis giving go jd satisfaction long the route Mr Mat Welis Ih has been very sick ikith pneumonia is some belle Miss Hughes of Stinmt is visiting tue homer of Isaac John- ontbis week TleK 0 F Ms organized at PLllUim lat week vrlli 24 mem ber4 Mr Headingi of tj t Eden wyo worked up the lodge has a gentle nany appeardnde and he made many friends while in this I I TexastrufE T Franklin and Miss Susie S veazy visited the latters parents at Green Chapel last wee Mr and MrsI B rry Wilham spent iSaiurday and Sunday withii her parents Revaud Mrs LL L 1M1ivory r vri ng Mr Hubert 0ItybrOohe3o f Springfield is visiting in our yi unity this wet k Mr S or of Lancaster was here the first 9rt1iw fek looking for a farm Everett Keeling of Possora Ridgecalleefcon h s best girl here Sunday i Mr and Mrs Will Murphy visited tier parents hre Sunda Miss Iris Purdpm anJ broher entertained at Flincj Saturday evening Those pressnt were Francis Litsey AKnie London Georgie Young Delli and Ucu dye Neisori Naylor ana Hubert Kimberlint Hubert Clabrohe- Ed Litse Charie Guode All report an enjoyable evening Dr D A Crosby aojd a work mule to Will Murphy for 40 A L Lit ey bought a 700 Ib heifer from Leo Cochran at3 cts a pound AllY cne wan ing buyagpod horse and buggycahI ri JlrJ R Claybrooke ut Texas Ky Valley Hill We had quite a storm last week which blew down fence barns and fodder Hard wUds ate getting more frequent in this State vas the woocls are bejng clenjred up and we are thinking we wil have severe storms in re yeHs slrvi i sl last week I Misses M ttie Clarkson and Agnes Rudd were lhe pleasant jrucsts of Mis Mattie Mudd last week Misses Susie and Berha Ed g hon have rctured home after a pleasant visit to rek lives in this vicinity Mrs J Y Mayos and daugh ter Miss Sadie acc impaired by Mr d M Clrundy visited at the home of Mr Palmer Grundy last week Iaracarnph-Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded CA TARRHpBRONCHITIS And all Throat Inflammations It Cools I CtrczI taflood Drulllsts For Sale by C J Haydon cwMessrsJames ii Moore and Burt Thompson of your town were ifti our midst last week James Moran is attending the school at the Grove b J H Walker is much unproved and we are glad to say the same of Daniel Kelly W T Beam and mother were called to tho bedside of Mr Rod man Dooganof near Woodlawn last week who is quite ill of a complication of diseases Wevhad u nice now last week which was beneficial to all small eraihi which was suffering much from the effect of the freez s Some of our farmers did not gather their corn uttil now and they have ttr cover it up with the fodder to keep the crows frdm eating it uprrh crows have become very tame and if a large flock should alight in a field where several shocks of corn were shucked out a person would have a nice time defending it if he didt have the help ora gun or dogs Iam glad Slme one endorsed my viewsi on the turnpike ques non We all want good roads and should push the qaeslion IllackviIe W m Hatchett bought a pair of 4year ojd mare mules from GoFey Shewmaker for 250 and sold them to J T Watts at 260 Vr Hatchett bought a eaf of S IJ Camrboll at t14 also one from Reuben Bottom at the same PlCSCaradeii and Hathett bought 4OJO pounds of tobacco from NtckHatsljetl at 6J cent f W P Htqlofcf an I Sam Deer at ended court t Stai dford lat week 11 M Mos of the Continental bought several crops of good to bacco in this neighborhood re cently paying good prices Married on the 9th at Calvin Shewmakers residence Mr irwin Mayes and Miss Eva Bittern Rev fV L Yancy performed tho ceremony We extend our conJ gratulations Winnie Case and sou Olliver have pneumonia Samuel Mayes who had his leg broke iia improving MI s Mvtha Sr vmakrbas he measles MisS Emma Belle Hiattt is also sick from it BblNCOB ir As lasti Sunday yas Valet tiies day nr st of the bys iti our y cinlty had the pleasure of seding their test girl a Vulen ii e Dont get mad gillsit is ali f ir fun Mis Maud and Prude Cam bron attended mass at Fredric town JastSunday Mis AJmsj Fields has returned tg her home after a pleasant visit to her cousin Mrs lidna Wtieatley nt Bbtland Miss Ella ambr n was the guest of Miss Nannie Filiatrcau Saturday night Mr and Mrs Ruck Brent en inIj i MisseslElluFiliatreau and Mr Tom Brent Miss Maud Carnbr n and Miss Annie Corbett were the t gueofIMiss Prudic Cambron on Sunday night last Mr Jack Johnston who ha j been very ill of pneumonia is not writEgIWere the guetts of Miss Alma Fields on Mend y last Mr anUMrs Will Cambpn of El woo J Ird still continues the guesti of the formers parents W rand Mrs Joe Cambron Mrs Will EJclen who has been very ill of lii grippe is much ina proveJ at this time C C Cambron attended the sale of Mr Jboes Crume jde ceased last week AVe are sorry to say that the little daughter of Mr and Mrs B H Fierds is very ill againi with a complication of diseases SHACK Pleasant Hil John Carter sold his farm to Thomas Blackety awl Jess Ter rel fjr 1003 Possession given imraediit Prof Sanders of Tablow was at Tatham Sundav trying to make a singing clas We are glad tohave him rome and tins St ConsumptionI j Salt pork isa famous old fashionedremedy Lor con sumption Eat plentyof pork U was the advice to the consumptive 50 and ioo years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind itis that fat is the food the consumptive needs most j I ScpttsEmulsion is themod era method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork js too rough forssensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refiuiedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which isoftonthe only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There iis something about the combinatiqn of cod liver oil arid hypophos phitesin Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the wejik parts ad1ias a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request He sure that this picture in the form cf a label is on the Wrapper of every bottle Emuliion youb- uySQOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 5 i and i a1 druggists Q Misses Annie Royalty hnd Ger tna Keeling spent Friday with Miss Addle Keeling Mr Rastus Cori and Miss Hester Corn and Mi Nelson Longhand Elvira Nicholson were united in marriage Wednesday last Rev J ASims performed the cerempnie5 Mr Mathew Wes of Tatham who has been very ill of pneumonia is improving Little Hobart Royalty son cf Mr C Royalty Lappeneil to a very painful accident Sunday He and twc other little boys were playing he had an oldl drawing knife and in some way fllnri toe knife cutting a- in fash his hand about two inches long and almot 16416 toneiC C Foster spent Monday night at J M ROY tlty Joseph Carey aod family left Monday for Illinois We wish them success The Wea her still continues very cold hti the farmers have burned most uof their tobacco beds WP WiLL BUr IT BAcK i Wood Carnpbclls Rcmarkcsblc Way of Selling Mlona the Fleth Forming Food just ask Druggists Wood Camp bell what they think Vf Mina It will not take you long tn ask thin but It will take thorn sonic time to tell Xou all good things they know of this remarkable flesh forming food Iqis natural for people to doubt but wieii Druggist Wood h Campbell frankly otTers to buy back any empty bjxes when Miona fails to restore health and increase the weight anJ raiurii tile full nmoaul of money paid itsienrics the doubters and thiv can not hIp but feel that Mioyia is an unui and remarkable preparation Uci fra little while ihis flesh fonr ing fosd will show that actually fur nisCes roal noarUhmfliif regulates di rjjcstion and increases xvoght Weigh 30ltrself and then begin its use and the scales will Soon show the good Miona is doing It gives strength atjdtone to the digestive or igans makes riche blood and puts the whole system in proper physical cvndition IMtdiJ not dO wlnl s claimed for it UrqpgiUs Wood Campbell could not afford t9 sell it thin way they do agreeing tJ refund tbe cost SOciti case it doia not give com plete satisfactiyn Kvery one who h Will weak and t ttt of health should begin the use of Mij ona on tbsie terms fcr ictflt3 abs J Cutely othiig nnJcss it itrakes you well A Bold Holdup Within my time In Texas nndlI nm not such an old man eIther tto stage cOuChes containing about twentytlifce passengers were stopped and all till valuables of thc passengiis talun bj one man Jhe robber made them nil stand In a row and hand over The route WItS only traveled by one coach jut on 4tcto1Zflt of the large uuuiber of passen ora sin iiddltloiaieoItli was hilt- On thatt tIny Tin robber slopped the lirst coach and made tin passengers get out When the passengers In the ijrstt coacli were lined up tile second coach uiade its appearantv He made Ihem get out audllun told thorn 0I Jidnt expect ttWO eoarhes Tim l1tllhUjllIoThe robber tool all ailti then gave him fiacli r0 cents and the lew got into au argument with him as to the amount beliw sutnelent to get a jmal That wits cheek Tile robber went off witlf Urn money of the twentythree pas sengers and yet there teiv many brave men In that caravan but discre tion wti the better part of valor The robber nad two pfxols out rtnd rettiyt- jsliot from one of till tlwi ntvthre would have caused till robber to sfccot and several would have been killed Thats the only way they loUcd at lt VorvSt uud Srtreaw Sole Agents for p OldIHickory and Stud baker Wagbns 00 l Headquartcrs su pfiES Quantity tram Carload IHS H L DEALERS IN r o h J Buggies Implements GEatIi and eldSSeeds 1 I 1I We handle Buggies Surreys Cant of all grides Bugm4fji r S v baU and our exteishe line of Colldrs Worlt Gear Buggy Robes HovRftRlrtTikfitft L vtSCash idfor c HIDES IIand FURS J 4- 1tdAN R fr ih o t THE COTTON BOLL WEEVJL Vhnt the GennJnt Veoyil How It IouUx niicl llnWIt AVorlcsi The cotton boll woovlf Ijus nttainnl such lot rlctr that these who hac npvcr swii it may have seine jju iosty iitotit the loojs of so formidable a pf st within those rliq sok tt9 shun Its Jl quaintanci will fiiitl some liiut toariit- hat t llilthe by Frederick WjMnlly of Tcxts TI cftiJgrowu iv ovils vary In size from threesixteeuths to tlireeplshha of nit Inch In length Jhoy tie quite active when traveling but lly rather sluggishly The color of tim adult varies qine what depending UPCI the age of the AvcdjkJl examined A iittwly IransformOd weevil is vhltish all over AsJtgets older1 the bdtj becomes chocolate In color Thin wTngfint first turn a clear wink cOlorl and then darker hlter be Tim COTTON ROLL WEEVII adult beetle B pupaC larva All enlarged Verticalr liieq show actUal size coming slightly hairy r pubescent jpcnvij- the aiiddle Of Uie upper surface Vf the tliorax this pubescence becomes 5tntuvhitt longer and so dense that It onus avhitlsh line Some mInUs are I found whose body color is essentially black instead of u dull chocolate Again some are more distInctly light brovn The pubescence sooii wears off somewliat anil then the weevils look darker Thls accounts for the freorient confusionl ainong planters as to what the genuine weevil Is and how It looks The actfve feeling period of the adult iveevils is during the day lt night tlley Amvel afid Uy but Very lit lit It hits oCtet been noted that a wOevll observed in nny particular square at suudoyji is found Within the Identical square et siyirise unles dls futbed luring the night Durfng thin vigorous growing season of cotton tM- ClIsgow about from plant to plant b3shIort sluggish flights When cotton Is kuee lilglj orniorj ft usually hap ptiiis that tthey fly only across to tile iuxt row before striking anotbeivplant oiAVliIcli they lIght- JKarly ln spring iwlien the adults Some out from winter Quarters they ure voracious eaters and feed readily on lillY yitmg cotton to btffound They feed ft r the most part by gcWIng up atnong the developing leaf buds be t Yoezi tlo sewl iejvves into which they t5ttft just as they do ithe young squares hjitrr lii springV before squares arc fovmed cptton the weevils often cit a sniall hole Hifo the tender grow ing of tV stemst or branches They hive aMiabH of rating linto these somiwhat diffcnnt from that iQtent ing into a jsquaiv under cover Thin on1 Of the stdsit sll hilly curved snoiU of the weevil Is lptQidcd with small Clawlike jnwsSviUi which It actually eats a hole rather titp bores Itastbe popular potion Is AVhen preparing to feed on any ex poscd port ions of the plant the weevil nearly always uses its sharp mandi tile al tiie end of the snout to rasp the outelJtaikJ l so as to enable it to getj hold Ottte ragged ends which It thciif ddStKraCQiy pulls Off and lays ou one slilo After 1ohngtls It cats the teni dcA 1utt4oits underneath This process wjanaLs ivouic IAnewb hatched Innaln a young iuaro B nbarly full Iron larva C pupa in u younsr boll picked from the ground Is comparable to peellntr ah annlc b- eCASTORIA For Infants JUld Children Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signaturo of bJiu r = E t I for all JARM i S suit exainine HarnesSj t PRINGFIED lCY Phone No 20r Q fI Tornq dID R OlerChh11edP1ove SJ THE NEWS LEADERT ANDAERICAN AGRICULTURIS I1 AGRtCtLttIUST great mral16frti l of tile Eattand South Is tho bst and most rracticaf of tits kind FOR Rfl VFflP U liasbeenthi ono accepted 1 thorj 1Di1lutaluIprogrejilTO larincra tio itlddlo Statosairi Uio South P1IESTIGEotAtn1crAOmCtTIIT7PsT1eaxt It due to o gen special editorial nod pollcr iio Iqj JJtI1UcIiiItthe absolute reliabIlity of Itj reading aud 4 FREEYEAROOKANDALMANAlow3 Jf2S b Aont crLTCniay AiiBoonaud ALJJVSAC for l1 This great work Is a lroyc3 aad Events tho Thoa- WorljlAJlarkd Uj Complete Itir j A Treaisry or tbUni A Btftrraf on EvKy Subject 01 TUnez Interest Vtrild3lOcrle3tTlXijCmnimiPiMIaAterf Etouilra anti Prepeit It Is alsonu JctCaln AtrtniatiJ Da for tacit etc tkfr Forttuti for oath morit t T e SAMPLE PODV of1iinktlirttltDrhtwL1I be mailed n to Jou by addresslnSg OUSCE COflPA3TS3i jrtUPUefiSewTofkC j L IOQ 2 and crying cures summer u teetliinr His bowels seemed beyond control Three physicians a him up Omn Pint Mixture = saved his life cannot o1yeouhe It saved our baby 1p3tueoD tranlai h 1aulrckae V free address THGFLOYD CO DETROIT I J 1 oJ ilL iI it jir ImCIi ivvails in lUeKWJoVity it- usttn jmH1 Is ln crtaut as b uriu5 poii the ietltcd cf llioUwuhig A oon 1S ll1tlrlr Uttllj- llIanU the vcevlls at and eat holes Into fro the shelter of the Invphicre or vnfKe When hard pressed for squares to eat small And oven large bolls wlH be Into J VorUInsrj In working butter never sllde thin paddle over the sxirface as such ment Injures the gwlu od Is to renove the milk by using a gentle downward pressure Excessive washing lilso injurious to thin ginlfi and general appearance of the article Stop chiirnhig when the fat globules begin to adhere toach draw the milk and vvasb in two wa ters at about 55 dogrucs stlWug slowly and np longer than is absolutely tieies sar to the purpose ay3 the American teion ntPrScIdltK Sllent Tone One of the anfctlote told In KlclhX Pulriy VI1i15 of Musleil Ltff in rondo relitts tto Anton Seidls first ijiterview vtli n rlu the Jlbrary tit WalinCrl ifoljntt thin room Auric izitl tin QobodyI was he pnUoJ ott hlotl t tor of iutroiluctWn and i reliearslug the speech he had preparen Suddenly rom out of tilt gloomy Kir ncr WaglT nppeaml anti nervous that he vpuld not hiiug out a sentence of his speech This proved to be salvation for Wagner declar ing If you cdn work as well as you iiu your you will do r uJ ttm 0 i l IA We sell Obal in iAny J 4 a fifu sh fef to a a iV to anrl foHorjng idrtion 11 d ISQ arr Q 0 THE features CjdoptdU complaint S E gave EVERY FARMER l nted It t fo firm Itt 10Itcover- sC iblUt IfPoultry Veterinary J v Floriculture1Apiary Entomology How to Buy and How toSeIl EVERY HOME eocdithiijcarnsibeeiui it Yin to itand szrna HcoTOTthe Kitchen I DlnInior t The Study FprOld Young Married 121e r I SPCIAjOfferINewLederl r1rilr American Agriculturist I Year Book Almanac 501U Our PreForAlli4CHILDREN reguaeatha Krt2lThr wltboct ikis I St bottles 4 MoeeybackieoitatLbd i7 For blebFOIsample and boor MICH 1 For sale by C J Hadon Pharmacist i enaeattaektlien llem n bellied eaten Butler trcJtt rhcbcstuleth Is butter otter ofT accoiopljBh Asriculturlst moststriklujf Heruiithn V S ofiiht there began silt Seidl w 40 his hold tongue i The Dairy Ro Alisciit OHnaitl lorl Ufcrby Derby could be icKy alisont ILlrd once on n time lie walked Lord QJlaieJidon jhls jopponra- tjnml told Uiiirhll the secrets oi the enblIl TIlt Ixttl Clarendon Hstenrx wnnscdtn 1but thought It too large an or 3er when 110 was ngkW1C r1ilSaddeo t was not rcop tlcijtocouniel his polltlci focs At Lord Derbyhztiipztcm wfke up sayinsr jRenUy T thought jjl the tlmo I yass teititu to n colleague Tie Had continued lEaftlly recogrtisliif the nictj n conrovert liehad been il1 fdt1 other cilnlftsrs at the CortlgflJOIhiCth Of course Lord Clnteudqn ItoUJ nbly pie toldIaIaur 3dySTIlE FAMOUS LITtLE nLLS for quick relief from BillcLenea Sick HeadacJieTolrpId Liver Jaun clice Dizzinjtz And alt troubles arbr IngfromantnacrtvaofsluggUih liver DaWWs Utile Early Rfecrsjaro un r 1eiurs grIpe jThcyidtjto ct a t J c ct They as a are purely vegetabje and aeolutal7Sharmless They toithOiierSt PSSTASD aT X CDeW1ttk co Cliee4 JRJMJ BURTON IRKIDENT DENTIST 1TEETH EXTRACTED a V1THOUT PAIN I9inoEHagnnDlockuPstalri SPRINGFIELD KY AU Dental Work Strictly Firstclass I DRJ H LAMPTON tI I OFFICE In Opera House 4 41 pSS J SMOCKt JI I SPltINGFIELD J KY OFFICE Dr Rineharts for mer offices over Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2 p m vV F GR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank S nINGFLD KY JOHN Y MAYS l FUNERAL DiRECTORE 1 AND EMBALMER TELEPHONE ID 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY st LiARN MANURE ntov It IJ Vnliicd and Ilnuillecl In VnrlonN rnrl of the Country I t There are stlil extensive regions In the Unlteil States where barn manure is considered afnrm nuisance III a It 4 countyIn Oregoil the nofghbor Is we rt come to haul away this manure andI thatiilolgltboris likely to be a thrlfty German with a large garden In other Orecbn XMiiutiis the manure is buniciU luln Califorpia county the manure i1 dumped Into the ravines It goes to t1iOcroekin Oklahoma It Ishauled n1101eln the ground or put on one BldedJ tltclleldlu Kansas South Da kota fnvniers bupi it tdrk1l of it and sometimes burnVit for fuel In sorth bakptn fawners haul barn manure to pllffij and leave It there until it disap pcaw Faimers In Missouri deposit It j by ibrotdsdeniid In Idaho scrapers are used andit Is often seen piled up as liSglras n bhrnV In ninny counties between the Missis xlpplirlyeivand the Pacific ocan farm ors iht only find barn manure a nut sanceV but they have a grievance against it claiming In Soptli Dakota that It produces dog fennel elsewhere that it produces other weeds and In various counties that ItUias such nn effect of poisoning the soil that farm ers tire afraid of IL The owner of a largei California wheat ranch required ntcntint last jcjar to spread the barn manure of the ranch upon the wheat landj but the tenant after doing so set fire to the stubble and burned the manure In semiarid regions barn nianurc needs to be used cautiously on iniirrl gafccriand In the fluid lands of Call Jt fornia it Is more or less vlsible for fouf or live years after Its application to tliel uul The prabtlcgVqC 200 years ago survives in sjmitHparts of the south cjtttle are penned upon the land to increase its fertility and the pen is BMlftedns the owner desires in a large portion of tim ugrth cen tral states barn manure is removed to prevent accumulation and deposited up on the field throughout tbq winter to be plowed under in the spring In the 1a jcast iti is allowed to acciiiaulate until 4 sinIng when it is depositedupo the land jilsJ before plowing The use of this fertilizer for tofj dressing grass land is very common throughout the principal portion of the United States wherever it is used lIt considerable quantities riarii manure is more generally ap plied to corn than to any other crop although a liberal application of it Is made to tobacco potatoes and vegeta bles Commercial fertilizer Is Hberolly hscd in cotton productlgu in the more Intensive ngrlcnlture of fruit and vcge 5tabe raising and In growIng small grains to whIch it Is applied with a sbcder at time of seedIi- it i- tTbQUscY I of barn manure vgrcntest In the east while commercial fertilizers hkve the greatest use in the cotton belt TIiligebOf any kind of bani or com 4 mercial fertilfcr is more and more sporadic westward from Indiana and commercial fertilizer Is hardly any where seen west of the Misslsslppl riv er excopt on vegetable and fruit farms r43KIIolincs r Level For Irrigation Dltcliex TUb ilttlelevel Shown In the accom panxlji IUi6tration I use in snrveyln irrigation ditches on my ranch says an Orange Judd Farmer correspondqnt It Ais very simple and accurate find first class work can be done with It It is made of a long piece of 1 4 Inch bpard 1C feet long with a straightedge On ona end nail a leg 1 by 4 by r 24luchfis long fiush with the top On II theother end uhiVn similar piece three clglithsof tin iuchIougcr than time oth t r Tnn LEVEL crThLi makes a good grade In the mjddje of the long piece nail on either Bldejhqrt pieces so as to hold a com shprtlegiont t I ancl isbvc the other end until the but Alevel In this way you will have a ditch with threeeighths Inch grade throughoutthe llHW1 i mwI l l r w m tWroj JW iiOO Local Happenings of Interest 4The Freshest and Latest iI i All About Yourself Frlpnds I M and Acquaintances I isorthern seed pottitoes at J A Shaders V Lent Goods of alt kinds at CL W Hasans f atyWFresh fish and Oysters afT II vine McElrovs r A full line of canned goods al H M ONans grocery Try our Nv Y full cream cheese T Jrvine McElroy Try a five ppund bucket of OjNans Special roasted coffee Only a dollar rimakmgr r IrvinG McElioy Whylnotake qurprothico to C W Hagan arid get the best market price Leave your order fpr Carpets- with W E L a9I man No charges fpr makih You cad buy 22po nds of good brown sugar forOne D lal ar rONans grocery nyComeml Fish or Mackerel at Campbells j QWe sil1 sell you a good can of corn at ipi why pay 13c or 2 for 25c elsewhere Campbeirs Rack et Evaporatedpeaches and apptes homiuy flake VictqV oats mackeral and white fit at J A Shaders ard3GctsforIgood 3s9sBroom for lac at the Racket Go to Leachwans Furniture Store and select your Carp ts made to fit your room t no trou ble no cost Get our prices on Saddles Brjdjes Blankets Breeching etc beforeyou buy elsewhere at Campbells v Have you tried it The new game Box BaiL Better than bowling Fine exercise At Opera House building t In fact thereis nothing wedo rnotto Lenten goods we can not be beat rvine McElroys grocery Jl Our Furniti re still goes out daily I guess its the prices that cause iit to rhoVp Come in und see idmp eirs Racket Box Ball the new game is hidiPS11clerks The ladies or the Christian church wiliserve dinner on ne4 t Monday county court dayjalT goo41dinner entIFOR SALEUha ndelier in Presbyterian church handsomo and in good condition Also some window glass suitable for school house1church or residence Appy to H MVGrundyi Donf faiL tt see the line of Carpets nowon display at Lea hmans Fprniturd Store Wilton Velvets1 Joxbury Tapes tries Sultan Tapestries and all kinds and gradesoflngrains- The Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian church at Mackl ville will give a supper dnMon diY February 22 at the homq cf Dr and Mrs Hopper Hours 4 toll pm Admision 35 centS One bfjbefinst crops of tobacT ico sold at this place this season tp the Continental Co was raised bv Mr Leroy Reed Mr Reed received 10 cents per pound for his entire crop of about 10 000 pounds Messrs William M and Evan Haganhave purchased of their father Fred Hagan his stock of groceries etc and will add a large rieVStockJl0r groceries hardware queensware etc and will continue the business under HaOahBrosTh enterprising and should do a good busiiiesS Mrs Gray wife of Mr Frank Gray wellknown farmer pf the Polin neighborhood died Tues day after a short illness She was a most worthy good wife TOPICS ti and mother She was 37 years old and besjdes her hus and leaves five daughters anda son to greive for her Shewas a Li flthefl ft new gine c ox a isI all the rage Just introduced here andit has come to stay At the II old bowling alley Barber block 1 Have you noticed bur new clubbing otter Phh e NEWS 1 LEADER and the Daily Louisville TeraldltothTone year for only 250 ForS350we can furnish the two papers and a good mailbox Col W hay ne reports the sale of stock etc Sidney Green qn Tuesday as being well attended and good prices prevailed Pair Long yearling mare mules sold for 258 pair horse mules 132 COS 28 to 80 yearling sieers 33 calves 13 broo oEi13 50 to 61700 stack of hay 17 One of the most remarkable men in many respects in the Bounty is Mr John Buck man tne wellknown farmepoT Simms neighborhood Mr Jhickman is Gl Years o age and can truthful I ly say hat in all hiS life be has never drank a drop of liquor t taken a chevof tobacco smoked nor bet a cant on anything nor never sworn an oath He lias been a hard worker and il verb getsexcited and never jwornes He should live to be a Hundred i The jgreat Baltimore fire of a T- 1ewlaysagois another lesson topropeltyoYnelsthatth rcah is find safety from ruin fry fire only by placing their risk with strong companies Abundant water supply appliances for extinguishing fire and solid construe tion donottstay the devouring element My Companies have l aH notified one that theiradjusI tersare already in Baltimore arid that their loses will be paid as soon as it is possible to adjust them and that it will make np t t difference vjhatevep iin thoir course of business That tlfey are prepared k stand great losses as well as small onesI For strong companies with iitt prompt adjustmentj ofJosses and rltonrlL rlustaliationServicN I The Commission appointed by the Presbytery off Tiansylvania at its recent meeting rtCampv bollsville Ky to iinstall Roy rrD Latimer paslorof the Presbyterian church at Springfield b Kyvtvill assemble here at 11 am on next Sabbath ryl 21 o conduct said services t The Rev Dr A S Moffett ill oftt Lebanon will preside and preach the sermon and propoundf thqJ J1erV1Tcharge to the pastor and the ROy 11Icongregation f All are cordjially invited to at tend these interesting and fin portant services cknian Cecil f A very prjetty church wedding- S Js h t which united Mr Ben jamin Cecil and Miss Mat tje Buckman at St St DominicVs church last Tuesday morning The attendants tro Messrs IVo Thompson of LOuisville Warren Nalioy The b r andI looked exceedingly prdity becoming grey travelling suit Immediately after the ceremony the young couple wen to theI home of tile brides father where a wedding breakfast was served after which they left for Louis nile via Lebanon for a short bridal trip and then they will return to this county to make 11daughterI 11 t and ispretty andatlractiyp The groom is a member of the well known Cecil family and is arising young farmer Nice Homes For Sale ffyou contemplate moving to town to go into business or to educate your children call oa us We have some nice town and suburban property for sale and can suit you Prices reasonable SEARCY NEIKIRKJ Phone 121 I llCASTOBA Take the NEWS LEADER 1 fONE PAm u uu I OF EYES tTpa life time and still you themho 3 n Need it badly Why dont you give itt9 them You putit off from day to day Do vou knowthe risk run youII Every days delay means danger to your health Eyesight We provide Glasses to meet t eYery defect of vision and our ftliarges are moderate IINo Charge for Consultation CF RUSSELL JJ- Main St Springfield ICY t i HH JIOR- DIIEThTTISTOFFICE UlStKDJkUT BCILDIl- lPnnnanontly located t SPRINGFIELD KY RERSUNAt tJrO Fetter Wharfon was in Louisvill this week on business Jj R Wakefield and wife are visiting relatires in Nelson this week Mrs J R Malion i ojLqbanoni spent Sunday with i here Miss Lillie Ctin of BardsI own is the guest of Miss Bassiei Campbell i Benedict Baker has gone t6r Shelby ville where he will staft a o ball alley oJ Miss Yells of Louisville is a i guest at the home of her brotner Dudley Wells t Mr Tom Edelen of Louisville qU1sick at the home of his mother this place- D J Rodman Williams ot Maple J Hill has located at Litsey where he will practice his profession Miss Jcnnio CJaybrooke will leave the last Vr the week ferJ ee Ky to join a house partyJ Mrs Nellie IC Thurman hast gone to St Louis to take a posill ion in a wholesale millinery es tablishment t Joe Qla bro lw left jest ord ay for Louisville andFra n rfortandr rom the lalter p1acewill go on o Keen KYJto Join a h useI party I Ed Nelson who has teen night pperjtor at the exchange for the f ast year has resigned The placel iis now filled by Johnnie I Roberts A B Cfttiipbeir was in Louisa ule this week to purchase cv smokestack for the mill the old one having peon blown downy i the recent storm f j Miss Edith Price entertained the euchre club at her home on last Monday evening inn most i delightful manner Mr Harry i Reed won the visitors prize while theclub prize was awarded to il MissCecehia Sin ins Miss Willie Knott entertained r Jier euchre club ots her hOI e Tuesday evening which will be the last neetUig of thq club before Lent The visitors prize was yon by Mrs T B Blaidll ford and Mr George Wharton was awarded the club tprie 5 Prpnipt Settlement Harrpdsburg KyJan 80 1904t To Whom It May Concern I lake this occasion to recom mend the old Mhssachusetts Mu tual ifeto any one who iis going to iiisuresMy husband William D Green If2OOOPwilli If Reichenberg of the firm of i Dilley Rcichenberg State Agents ofI this Company andj every statement and promise he made at the time has been ful filled in every respectlThe payments on my husbands policv decreased each year His first payment was 11820 at1dc his last 9700 and now J not only receive 200000 the amount hejnsurjedfor but2808 more making a total of Twol Thousind and Twenty Dollars and eight cents Yours Respectfully Mary C Green- I insured for 200000 at theI amG tithe as Mr Green and fully endorse the above Yours trujy administrator Thomas of W W TJoWIbt Llttlo Early Hornjj The famous littlt pills T7I SECRET SERVICE MAN r Gomes Here to Investigate an At tempted Swindle Involving Washington County Boys t Last Friday a United States Secret Service Detective in the interest of toe Post Office De partment came here to investi anunjlawIulf fI to comniii tf fraud The detective at cnce yisited Lucien pinkston a wellknowxiI young ran of the county ani after a Jong interview with that young theIevidence he tiad at present dbl not appear to jusUfynnarrestII being made case aswe are able to gather itI is as follows It seems that some time ago the fijrm of Sears Roebuck Co of Chicago received an or der mailed at this place for a lot of diamonds and fine jewelry The order amounled to 31150 and directed that the gpods be sent immediately to Springfield Accompaning the order was a check drawn on the Frst Nation al Bank of Springfield for the full amount of the cost of the goods The check arid brdor were signed H P Jones Sears Roebuck Cp apparently be came suspicious of the cbeck and before sending the goods sent an inquiry to the bank here concern ing the check When I he answer came that H P Jones was nott known arid that the cheek was no good the big firm put tIe case into the hands of the Post Office Department and a secret service n was detailed tp find out and prosecute if possible the person or persons who were us ing Uncle Sams mail for the pur pose pf defrauding In the meantime Lucien Pinks tern made a call at the Springfield1 post office and inquired if there was a package for H P Jones Upon being asked ifhe was H P Jones replied that bis name was Pin kStOD buttlbfat Jones had requested him to ask for his mail Trebeing no mail for Jonestlie young iPinkston hash ly took his departure The Secret Service officer on interviewing the young man was told that head passed Mr Jones on the road mid thatJones had requested him to callat the pest office for a package and that he had not seen Jones any more The officer did Hot deem the evidence sufficient lo make any arrest Last Friday Pinkston and Tom Cplvin were in Harrpdsburg tP gather and pn account of a check said tp have been a forgery Pinkston was arrested and is still in jail at that place From all reports the two young nien jpear to have been going at a reckless gait of late Town Ordinance At a special intqting of the Boari of Trustees of the town of Spriiig field Ky held at the regular meet ing place February lL19olall df the members of saifl poard being present and all voting affirmatively the fol lowing ordinance was passed and ordered to take effect from the date of publication The Board of Trustees of the town of Springfield Ky do ordain as fol lows That the saloqrfs of taverns all saloons and qther establishments in the town of Springlielcl Ky wherein spirituous vinous or malt liquors are sold shall be closed at 10 oclock pmf and remainclosed until oclock am except on Saturday night they shall close at 11 oclock pm and remain closed until 5 oclock am from October 1 tq Mar v h If from March tp October 1 they shall closedIavern saloon or other establishment anyiotheriare open hours hall be liable to a finetof not less than twentyfive ilollars nor more than fifty dollars Provided druggists may sell such liquors between said hours on the written prescription of a rbgular practicing physician S J SMOCK chin BT S G b WHARTON Clerk Old mother Nature has never been proved uponsome time she needs a little aSsistance Qver hard places tho But when we assisther the nearer vre kdep to liar own methods and pro cesses the better Some time the digestive organs need help we have hidigf stion Pepsin Is what nature has selected to do the work of digestion in tbd stomach hertce tie best help to digestion is pepsin The pleasantest and most beneficial way to take pepsin is with pure port wine as combined in With thcrs Peptonized Pcrf j ajid sold by all druggists in that form The port it self is a valuable tonic Small size 50 cents large size SLOO at C J Havdona drug store Wbat Al They Ohamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets Anew r medy for stomach troubles billion n ss and constipa tion and a good one Pricd 25 cents Dorsal l o atC J Haydonfl drugstore The Seasons Great Offer You want the tnst reliable reading matter obtamabje during this Presidential year The Louisvillh Herald and tbe NEWS Leader meet ydur requirments You can secure The Lpuisyill0- Heiiajrl Daily Ediiion for ond year pee hundred and ttnrleeh issues and the NEWSLEADER for 250 fTbf Heralds reputation for unprejudiced politicalj news is well kndwn Those who are Republicans and Democrats and those whbare neither can be sure to obtain frbiri its columns truthful l reports of all po litical happenings The offer stated above is the best proposi tion eter made to the people of this cpmraunity It is the lbw1 estprce Over askedfoff a met ropolitan hewspaper in conbina tion with our own During the- yearl9O4yptivill want to keep posted to the minuteop political happenings and you can well askedforltt I This offer is made but fcr a limiTed time It may be with drawn without notice T Her Is certainlya bargain Takja ad vantage ofit Subscribe now tJ4honey toth NEWS tEA EB Springfieldl b rgains for 30Days In Polan China Gilts from 60 to 140 pounds from 6 up Reg istered at my expense if desired Must jmake room for spring Pigs Also a tot of Cedar Post any size or length OTIS PORTER Gotland Ky 3t Sale or Town Property ON SATURDAY FEB 201004 at 2 o clock p m offer for sale at pubUc auction on the premises the following described property situated on the East sifre of Main Cross street in Springfield Ky between Main and Railroad Sts The house and Jot known as the RawJings house The Livery Stable property qccupied by FrakWSirnms Co t and the property occupied by the Springfield Lumber Co This proper tt has a frontqgeof ovt200 feet and a depth of about 400 feet and is located in the best busi ness portion of town and is nov bringing a splendid in ome tfferms made known on daypf sale S B THOMPSON At samettime will offer for sale mffine mars Lady Dare foaled April 29 1000 sired by Chester Dare by Black Squipreh First dam by St Rose by Washington WiJkes second dam by Von Moltke Third drtnV by Gills Vermont Fourth dam by I Mingo Morgan pJ This filly is about 16 hands hands high nice gaited and has the style of itS sire She has been shpwd six times and won five blue ties 4 Marriage Superstitions Matrimony is s rronndc with super stitions ninny of which nnplj pulyto the marriage ceremony The wedding ring Is nindq plain and thick only for the reason that its thickmssimnd plain ness secure it against breakage for to break it is the very worst of luck for both bride and groom White is the best color to get married in but a wid ow may marry In any color save yel low Should a bride drop onp of her gloves woe betide her She must exer else great care ill getting In and out of her carriage and a false step Is Pir omen wlidi brings misfortune Too Considerate Mistress rehfrnlng from holiday Why Bridget whatever has become of time parrot BnldgetWell you see mum after you left it looked a 1bit pJnliig like and didnt talk much so the cook and put it out of Its misery poor thing and I htiA it stuffed for ry new atJudy Tty Iortiiitt 22fSouth Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so illIthatIwascxwnpeiredtplieorBit down nearly all the time My stomach WitS so weak and upset that I could keep nothingqn it and I vomited frequently I could not urinate without great pain and coughed so much that my throat aiid lungs were raw and sore JUD doctors pro nounced it Bright disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to mo what they called it and I had no de sire to live Asistervisited rae- from St Louis nnd asked me it I had over tried Wino of Cardui I told her I had not anJ she bought a bottle I believe that it saved my life Ibclieteniany women cpuU save much BufTer ing if they but knew of ita value Jt Dont you want freedom from p inTake Wine or Cardui and make one supreme effort toIha well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer YouIcan have a opmttshcalthpndI doaTvomansworkialife Why not secure a bottle of Win of Cardui from your druggut te day WINEiClRDUI iii 1aW IIWw wtiill i ijj wWi LADI ES i r J fJE f sewiugztiow4l i = if Wash Goods I White GiQd ti g broideries and Laces in o rJ ig Bfocl f 1 3vhleht has Just arrhed i it ttf13 ttgIwe are offering oteSpecIla thihkS 4r ill Table Linns Np1cihjf I and Tow 1 1 +1i+ zIr Full stock Cottons Sheetijhgs tick 3 GInghams etc Buy QOW before ahY1f 3 further advance ERYIOIrpRICESL l 1 i4 soon all Winter Goods to clQse 9 ildIes SkIrts and Cloaks at ilalfPrices g Bargains jri Comforts and Blankets f Bargains in Mens Hats Bargarhs1o Correts l25 andII gpods nowfor25 S tanevery par 7Siroent for 30 gays e RcissRTS0N B sf f Otf1 t 1t I f f Ot t iff r JQHN McELROY- fiENERAl t 0 L1INSBRANGE MjIi JLife flre rd Torrdti tot IiOFFiGEOVER fj J PEOPLES BANK v PJ tr During rny absence from office W F Grisfc or George Neikirk will attend to any businesi I for me VN ft fe V i RememberthatthL i t SPRINGFIELD LUMBERfil L t r vHaiadJes everything in the war qf 1 BUlLDINGMATER ft J Itough and Dressed Lwii I any quantities j Y I c If you have building to do g0tpur pricey We can give you estimit E i ojr buildings complete or an furnish yoiiUib material at lowestprIces V yyJt Yards and office near depot l Telephone 39 v SPRMGFIH D KY Home Tobacco W arehouse CoO SINCORPOI3ATED J if NOTIN THE CQMBINBrr viKh Q i ily SalesI f Prompt Cr 4 Months Storage Free M j vgr828 826 and 828 West Maini Street Sam Sullivan and J W Sullivan Agents 1 tmTHE v OME HOUSE is doing a nice u in siiclwaQdd eveW Tobacco Grower should patronize it It was forced out Jajfy ar by the combine and it is the only independenthouse in thfe bi it Mark your Hhds HOME HOUSE i 4 t jj Lowest Ratus Bier I1ado to ae Sonft west m ttB M MaMFiisc- oMee Aret you interested If so get ready and take advantage otf thV lowest ale ever made tjo Arkan3 sas Texas arid Indian and Okla hrma Territories Tjckets ofl sate from Memphis SU Louis nndv Chicago February 16th March 1st and 33th and4pril- lh and 19th Call on your near est ticket agent or address i H I McGuiRE District Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Grnpe Acid vp4kufts i Increased profits for grSpe growers are among the fair possibilities The American Grape Add association of California offers f2o000 for the best formula with tfi right to use it by which grapes containIng over OpEr cent saccharin rtnd valued at lp per tqn can be turned into tartaric acid tn price which will permit gspprtatloc without loss Here is a splendid toward foe some chemist who besidep tthe money compensation will receive the gratitude of the grape growers of the Pacific coast states It Is alsopro posed toiiitillze the ncld In th6lesidue from grapS pressed for wine tThls rfd when properly treated also makes tartarle ncld end cream of tartar Asv there Is a great mnfb t fop these prou ucts In the United States the importance of utilizing grape acid for the purpose Is apparent Orange Judd Farmer yiHiI IEIE FREE CHj1JfcIiciSji ON IpdIiENDE1f ILBETWEEN f t UJi tft I bbUIsvrtrJI 1 f1 EVANViLLy ST tLOUIS t f H WEST A DtP s9Jw E 1 4searetbEf ri ti of F te eclining Chair pile SeW Ice be L2I1ISVL11O antiween a Stsious Dont you ttl1ik tt would pay- t you you in ra1el1g tof et the Henderson RouHitJ It will us lj r AtJABQT I Ii J L J IK VVJNi Gjo LJAThUETT vGen P Agent J1t rlt 1tA LOtJISVITiKYa l Sx 1i fT f itv Tit SftYRUP w l u t + J + r + J I 14l I I lYx + + + I4I44 IttII4 ++ J t 1111 t t 44t1i4+++ +H4y9T +I t5he Gentleman ii t It From Indiana i ttv i 2Jy BOOTH TARKIffGTOJ t J SrCttrrUf 1999 ty ZtoeifafeK 3fc McCl rl Co CeryTijkt IDO ty PfcClar PhillIp lCt tt n + l 4 lot t 14 + + mmnmmmt t 1 UIIIItlSs 4uWLUWJTU u Ofl mmf iabe teased CB the pasture bars IIt dfcjtttaHi a reminiscent day with him v jHUvyM c ly his memories sped anti tjje Tsice that was singing SchubertiJ Ueta1e1 across the way touched yijywkk the urgent personal appeal vJhftt a prfiemt beauty bad always held f rhliu It was soprano and wlthpu freswte yet came to his ear with certalB tremulous sweetness It wa- sH t at 4i leBder but tile listener knew it klbe lifted with fullness and power Jf the singer would It spoke e17 of the song yet the listener tbettgkt of the singer Under Ilie Into dreams and ijBMii thoHghts run Ie hdreatt d that the owner of 4hi I voice BiIe who quoted The Walm and the Carpenter on FIsbees notes Vwa eUC to Uugh with you and weep wlk yea yei her laughter would be itEipered with sorrow and her tears t with la gbter i Whea the song was ended he struck the rail he leaned upon a sharp blow wIth Ide epen band There swept over Mm a feellag that he had stood precise J11bfreliestoo now on such a night a thousand years ago bad heard that voice aod that song and been moved by the voice and the song and the night t jkit as he was moved now Tie had lour known himself for a sen t linen til tot He hail almost given up trying to cure himself And he knew himself for a born lover lie bad always been In love with some one In his earlier Jtali1tJ11ucent I jt8 settle with his self respecfrby fC1 ognizing In himself a line constancy f that worshiped one woman always It was oaly the shifting Image other that Ichanged Somewhere he dreamed 1wklmalcatly Indulgent pf the fancy t yet mocking hlniself for It there was nIseen who waitgirl whom 1e had never ed till Jbc should come Site was ihlag Until he found lier he everyII Jtelp Adoring others who tie pIeces and suggestions gf r brilliancy her courage her short upper Up like a curled rose leaf or her dear voice or her pure profile TIe bnd BO recollection of any lady who hind 4 quite her eyes lie had never passed a lovely stranger pu the street in the- oWh days without a thrill of delight and warmth If he never saw her again aa4 the vision had only lasted for the time It takes a lady to cross the slde t walk from a sliop door tOil carriage he was always a little In Ibve with her because she bore about her somewhere is did every pretty girl he ever saw as ggMtioii of the faraway divinity Oefedpes not pass lovely strangers In the streets of riattvllle Miss Briscoe was pretty but not at all In the way t t r that Harkless dreamed For five years the lover In him that had loved so of ten bfd been starved of all but dreams OBIt at twilight and dusk In the sum paer when strolling he caught sight of a womans skirt far up the village street half outlined in the darkness under the cathedral arch of meeting braBckes this romancer of petticoats could sigh true lovers sigb and iif tie kept enough distance between fly a ycaralag fancy that his lady wandered there Ever fllace his unhcl9ltydns the Image of her had been growing more and more distinct He bad completely settled his mind us to her appearance and her voice She was tall almost ttoo tall be was sure of that and out of bis coBsciousness there hind grown a sweet and vivacious young face that he knew was hers Her hair was light brown rlth gold lusters he reveled in OtO foM lusters on the proper theory that when your fancy is painting a I picture you may as UgoIB for the whole thing and nlake Iit sumptuous and her eyes were gray Tifey were very earnest and yetthey sparkled had laughed to him couipanionably and sometimes he snillwl back upgn her Tlie Undine danced before him througU the lonely years on fair nights In his walks and came tOllt by his fire on wInter evcnmgs when he stored albqq s attheem1trsJj And tonight here in riattvlllp he hoard a voice he hind waited for Jong cue tbat his fickle memory toM him bad sever heard befon Untlistcull1gr Ue kaew better he had heard it long ago though when and thaw Ue did not know as rich and true and Ineffably feeder as now lie threw a sopl to his iefDuQl sense MMlss Sherwood is a little thing the image vns so surely itU lFltr a bumpy forehead nut spec T UUrwestt Xaaeh it and rough it arid youlLsoon cetTid of that weak chest and thaPfiack 15r cough That is what the doctor JJ MId te1 yoag married man with a wife aad child to care for ud a aodeila+ salary to tltCM pport Of- ictuldnl HE m West it Isveaaditytied ii- kiRt3bisdeIinthe dty IIedotttkave to carehoft- ktre gUica luasn DrPterctssGcHdea Medical c Ptacovenrcures ob MiateLeepseitct l o ought breacliitia bMlicC tJIe 1 l wu1t eBUCiau sad f ather forma of dipaiie which if neglected or unskill fvlly treated terminate fatally in con tioB r wW write you what Dr THerees Golden X tfMi DiiMrerr dose for me ays George J K mihti orporton pike County Kr I TMctcm TMn ago I wu wounded by a ball y iliyiyWK k jy lCIlCl I Jmveb41a bad ayk ever Mace with hortneM of 1 nMkadwuveryeaytotnkecoid the S4iI4ut kMc at weather would cause the fa5 1bfM Wd t JKMM have to lt up In bed f 1PAIMPt Csil4 lI8ht or sleep at times i waa fr7 XnM 4w CMt4 not Work at alt A few + r I I fctgM u Dr Pierce Golden x Have not aaed more thaii t IJMHr caa eat sleep and work J W a Man I cannot find words rfnyiMaL Dr Pierce Golden at Mical JfaiiTiry f ill the good it has done = i1 Br TUf1 CMMHOB Seaae Medical t J iuirki pipir C01W a sent free on f iHtjlC at utiMtt stamps ta pay t ut of ty The book lias JeII r 7oo illuatratiolis i JJJ K Pierce Buffalo N Y T I vrctV ne sma to unnsrti v r eie provincial young lady with blg eyes to pose at you Then ht felt the ridicu lousness of looking after his common scnoo on n inoonll lt nijrht in June also h knew that he fled The song Lad ceased hut the musician lingered and the keys Were touched to plaintive LArmOnles new to him lie Laid come to tlattvillc before Chval lena Jlnstlcana won the jirlzeat nOme fill now entranced he heard the In crmrzzo for the first time Listen ng o tliis he feared io move lest he should rake from a sijminer nights tlnjam- AT ragged Httle shadow tlltUd down Ilhe path bellind him and Cromn soIl tary apple trek standing like a lone ly ghost In tlie mi edt llic Held came the Wooi of a screech mvl twice It was aiiwer1tcefrom a clump of elder bush that grew lun Mice corner lifty yards west of the pasture bars Then the barrel of a squirrel rUle Issued lifted itt of the white elder bog soms andXlayj along the fence The music In thcHhouse across the way ceas cd and HarkWs saw two white drcsssa come out through the long parlor win dows on to fife elaUlJIhIt will be cooleAnit hereiX eame the vokO of the singer clearly through the quiet What a night 4 John vaulted tbe mrs and started to cross the road They saw him from the veranda rind Mws TJriscoe called to him In welcome As Ids tall llguro stood out plainly Jii the bright light against the wljlte dust a treak ot fire leaped from the elder blossoms and II there rang out the sharp report of a rifle There were two screams from the veranda One white figure ran into llIqhouse Tile other a litlfe one with a gauzy wrap streaming behind came flying out lute the moonlight straight to Hafklcss There was a second re port The rifle shot was answered by rlsClIlkneeling liy the pasture bars fired at the flash of the rule IrI1nrk1Iidcrs Fer Gods sake come back Empty handed as he was the editor dashed for the treacherous elder bush as fast nil hlf long legs could carry him but before ho hind taken aft stridesn hand clutched his sleeve and a girls voice quavered from close hoI hlnd him Dont run like that Mr Ilarklcss I cant keep He vHicqled about n n upIvlsioiij a dainty little fi feetthljrllf a htshtd and lovely fneef halrj and draperjos nrr1gldllnel drIP He stat Jnpecl Ills foot with rngOr XGct back lit the house he cried You mustnt goslie panted Ult a the our way V stop you Go back JO the house he shouted I IO4VillI at the clump of bushes the uproar of his firing blasilng the jlghL Spme one screamed from the hluse Helen Helen John selzoothe girls wrists Her gray eyes flashed Into his defiantly 1U1oHe dropped her wrists caught her up In his arms as if she had beqn kit ten nUll leaped Into the shadow of the tr fea that leaned over the road irrmllI the yard The rifle ipng out again lUll the lltle ball whistled venomousr by overhead Htirkless run along the fence and turned In at the gate A loose strand of the girls hair blew across his check and In the moon her iendshonerUh gold She had light The rifle rang out agai- nbiihin1r and gray eyes and a short upper III like a curled rose leaf lIe set hSr down on the veranda steps iloth off tlicm laughed wildly But yon came with me she gasped triumphantly I alwayn thought you were till he taJ wercd mid tlieru was afterward a time when helm to agree that thIs was a somewhat vague reply CIlArTEU IV- UDGE IHtlSCOL smiled grliu lly and leaned on his shotgun Iii the inoonllght by the ve ttimln He and William sod r land been kitking tlown the elder bushe and returrthig to the house Quad Miix alone ph tlwv porch Safe he fald to his daughter who turned an anxious fate upon him Theyll ha safe enough now raid in our garden ilayhc l oughtnt to have let them IgOirboh Theyre all right That seal riwjigs half way to Six Crossroads bj this time Isnt lie William He tuck np lie fence like a scarpd rabbit Mft Todd responded looking Into his hat to avoid meeting the eyes of thfliiadjVaml I didnt have no call o follcr lie kuowpd how to run reckon Time Mr Harkleas comeoui the yard again we see him take across the road to the wedge woods near half i mile up Somebody else with him then looked like a kid Must V cut eross the field to Join him Theyre fur enough toward home by this Did Miss Helen shake hands with you four or five times asked BrJscoe chu kllnS piSs vehty said Minnie J iiT ITT ijecausc uarciess am sir rji aches and I guess Willlaihs does toO He nearly shook our arms off when we told him hed been a fool Seemed to do him good I told him he ought to hire somebody to Jake a shot at him c ery morning before breakfast not that Its day Joking matter the old gentleman finished thoughtfully I should say not said William with a deepl frown ndC1 Jerk of his head toward the rear of the bouse He jokes about It enough Wouldnt oven proinlso to carry a gun after this Said he Avouldnt know how to use it never shot one oft since he was a boy an the Fourth of July This is the third time lies beu shot at this year but he says the others was at a what d he call it IA merely complimentary range Briscoe supplied lie handed William a cigar and bit the end off another him self Minnie you better go in the house and read I expect unless you vault to go down to the creek and Join those folks Me she exclaimed JI know when to stay away I guess Do go and put that terrible gun up tXo sa4d Brlscoe lighting his cigar jflfilberately Its nil safe theres no question of that but maybe nnd I better go out nnc take Wl11lamI In the orchard as long as down al the creek In the garden shats of white light pierced the bordering trees rind fell where June roses breathed the mild Uighf breeze and here through sum mer spells the editor pf the Herald und the lady who had run to him at the pasture bars strolled down a path trbmbllng with shadows to where the creek tinkled over the pebbles They walked slowly with an air of being well afcustpmedjfriends and comrades null fer some reasqn It did not strike either of them as unnatural or extraor dinary They conic to a bench on the bank and he made a gratftlss dust lug the seat for her his black slouch hat TliAi he regretted the lint ft Was a shabby old hat of a Carlow county fashion It was a long bench and he seated himself rather remotely toward end opposite her suddenly theI that he had walked very close to coming down the narrow garden herI Neither knew that neither had spoken since they left the veranda and it laid taken them a long time to come through the littlo orchard and thegar den She rested her chin on her hand leaning forward and looking steadily at the creek Her laughter laid quite gone her attitude seemed a little wistful and a little sad lIe noted that her hair curled over her brow In a way lie had not pictured In the hnly of his dreams This was so much prettier He did not care for tIll girls lIe hail not eared for them for almost half an hour It Was so much more beautiful to be dainty anti small and piquant lIe laid no notion that hu was sighing in a way that would have put a fur nace to shnr1H but he tunIca his eye from her because he feared that If hej looked longer he might blurt out somo speech about her loveliness His Xclthcr knew that flcIt7Cr hatfopalicn glance rested on the bank but lts diameter Included the edge of her white highIthat too to keep from telling her that he meant to advocate a law compelling all women to wear crisp white gowns and white kid flippers on moonlight nights She picked a long spear of grass from the turf before her twisted it Absently In herflngorst then turned o him slowly Her lips parted as if to SpPflk Then she turned away again The action was so pdij somehow as she did it sp adorable ami the pre served silence was such u bond be tween them that for his life he could not have helped moving half way up the bench towjml her What is it he asked and he spoke JaueIlie would not have laughed if behind known he did so She twisted the spear of gross into n little ball and threw It at a stone In the water before she an swered Po you know 5Iri Harmless you and I have not met have we Didnt vre forget to be presented to each other I beg your pardon Miss Sherwood In the perturbation of comedy I forgot uIt was melodrama wasnt It she saId lIe laughed but she shook her bead Purest comedy iisaId goyly except your pnrt of It Y shouldnt have done It Tills cvrnlng was not arranged In honor of visiting ladies But you mustnt think me a comedian Truly J didnt plan It MyI friend from Six CrossroadV must be given the credit O- thLIsiIig the scene though you djvluid itV a little too picturesque I1tsknow abuut Six Crossroads doIItrwith her hftnd Theres no summer theater In Six Crossroads Theres nqt even a church Why shouldnt thicyh he asked grave ly puring till long Und tedious el- i111i It chpr rs poor Crmsoa ers soul to drop over Lee anti take a shot l at jirv It whiles away flaIl care for hm lUll ho has the additional exercIse of nnhig all the way horn Ill iu cried Indignantly They toM me yon1lAhyaijS artsworcd like this Well you jjce time Crossroads ITorta have proved thoroughly liygipjIc for au AjTa patriot t have somcthnes felt eitromo luortiiication hit such bad coun1Yvrii ro uri tII1vlf rt tunt vrn un CorstanJ that they will organize ngaIn and come in a body as they did befo you brake them up And then if tbey come on a night when they know you are wanilerimig out of town You have not had the advantage ot an Intlmdte study of the most exclusive people of the Crossroads Miss Sherwood There are about thirty gentlemen who remain In that nelghborhoc While their relatives sojourn under dls clpllnc If you bad the entree ovi er there yon would understand that the thirty could not gather themselves Into a company and march the seven miles without physical debate In the rank They are not precisely amiable people even among themselves They woul d quarrel and shoot one another to pieces long before they got here But they worked In a compan onccuXeverCor seven miles Four mll was their radius Five would see them nil dead She struck the bench nglilnOIJ you laugh atjne You make a Joke of your own life and death and laugh at every thing Have five years ot Plattvlll taught you to do that I laugh only at taking the poor Crossroaders too seriously I ont hlUgb at your running Into tIre to help a fellow mortal I knew there wasnt any risk I kiew he hind tp stop to load before he shofagalnKrdld shoot again If I had know you before tonight r Ills ton changed and he spoke gravely uinlD at your feet In worship of your dlvifi philanthropy Its soinuch liner to rlslt your life for a stranger than for n friend That Is a mans point of view Isnt It You risked jnrstol a man you hnci never sPen before Oh no I saw you at the lecture heard you Introduce the lion Mr Hal loway Then I dont understand your wish Ing to save me Shesinilod unwillingly and turned her gray eyes upon him with troubled sun nlness amid under the sweetness of her regard he set n watch upon his lipsI though he knew It would not avail hln long He hind driveled along respect ably so Tar he thought but he had the sentimental longings of years Starve of expression culminating In his heart She continued to look at him wistfully searchingly gently Then tier eyes tray r clod ovcr lila big frame from l1s shoes a patch of moonlight fell on them they were dusty he drew thou under the bench with a shudder to hIS broad shoulders he shook the stoop our of them She stretched her small whit hands toward him and looked at then In contrast and broke into the ufost dc llcjous low laughter In the world At this he knew the watch on his lip wns worthless It was a question of minutes till he should present himself tto hoc eyes as a sentimental pad suscep tlblc Imbecile He knejv it He was hi lYild spirits Could you realize that one of you dangers might be n shaking she rled Is your seriousness n lost rtT ner laughter ceased suddenly AAh lio I understand Thlers said tin French laugh always In order not to weep I havent lived here five years I should laiigh too If L were you Look nl the moon he responded We Plattvllllans own that with the best of meiroiwlltans nnd for iny part I more of It here You do not np ireciate us We have large landscape in the heart of the city and what othe apital has advantages like that Nex t winter the railway station is to have a lew stove for the waiting room Heav II Itself Is one of our suburbs it Jsi close that all one has to do Is to die fou Insist upon my being French ypi Hr and I know you are foud of non sense How did you happen to put The Walrus and the Carpenter at the iottom of a page of Fisbees notes Was it How were you sure It was Ir uln Curlew county lIe miglit have written It himself Fisbee has never in his life reail iny thing lighter than cuneiform in crtptlons Miss Brlscoe She doesnt read Lewis Carroll nnd It was not hey hand What made you write It on FIsbees manuscript lIe wai here this afternoon I leased him a little about your heading In the Herald Business and the Cra the the Aitar and the Grave Isnt iti and he said It laid always troubled but your pretlecessor had used It md you thought It good So do I Ht isUed me Jf I could think of anything list you might like better and put Iu lacc of It and I wrote The Time Has cOlne because It was the only thing I could think of that was as appropri itc and as fetching as your Headlines lIe was perfectly dent about it lie vas so serious lIe said he Oared It vouldnt bo acceptable I didnt notice lint the paper he handed me to write on was part of his notes nor did he I funk Afterward he put It back In his pocket It wasnt a message urlU not so sure he did not notice lIe Is very wise Do you know I have the imprtsslon that the old fello- w4i v Yotwllt4ay Person in Four Has a We ak Heart One of the surest tigris of a wjeak heart Is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart is notable to pump tho ilood fast enough to your lungs Some of tho other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains In tho Side jBack and Shoulder FaintinG or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles old Feetor Hands No or ocan afford to allow a weak heart lbgo without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs tomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble cgln taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as It Is splendid tonic for the blood and nerved 0011 will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Miles New Icart Curo Is sold under a guarantee hat tho first bottle will do you good It it doesnt rour money back I was afflicted with heart trouble for hree years I would be apparently all Tight and without a moments warning ould fall as though shot The attacks rero frequent and a terrible dread pos eased me1s I never knew when or there nor under what conditions I would bo attacked and whether I would urlvo them I consulted and was rented by some of the most eminent hysiclana of the state Not finding ef from this source I begun taking Dr Miles NeW Heart Cure and began to Improve at once I used ten bowes Men entirely cured me as 1 have not hnd an attack for five yearsMRS OHN DRESBACK Ielpslc O Writ t9us for Free TrIaL FREE Package of Drq Miles Anti PaIn Pills tho New Scientific Remedy tor Pain Also Symptom Blank Our peclallst will diagnose your easottrU what Is wrong and now to rllnt It Free DR MIWS MEDICAl CO ASORTORIE3 EU5HART IND e How dear and good of him Sht sPoke earnestly and her face was sui fused with a warm light There wns no doubt about her meaning what she said It was Johq answered unsteadily He knew how great was niylneed a few minutes companldnablencs with with No shelnterrputvd I meant lrnr and good to me I think he was thInk- Ing of me It was for my sake he wanted us to meet It might have been hard to couvlac a woman ff she lied overheard thLil speech that Miss Sherwoods humlllt was not the calculated affectation ofn coquette Sometimes a mans nnsiu piclon is wiser anti Harkless jcue that she was hot flirting Avith hlmI tttlfOUSmanhe have had him v iBut I had met yout said he Ion ago t What she cried and lice eyes t remequberYes u stood in Jones field told fJearc1rou singing and remembered It Was n long time since I had heard you sing uxwas a rufllorof Flanders hireYouAnd sang to my hearts desire But tlut la the balhdsfs notior The truthlis tliat you were a lady It the court of Clpvls and I was a he then captive I1 heard jou siiig a Chris thin hymn and asked for baptism She did not seem overpleasud wit his fancy for the surprise fading friher face Oh that was the way Iou remembered she said Perhaps It was trot that way alaYou Avont despise ma for being inawfc ish tonight be asked ttI havent hud the chance for so long The night air wrapped them warinlj and the bam of the little breezes tlia r stirred the folIage around them wus the smell of damask roses from tin garden The creek splashed over the pebbles at thelr feet and a throws bird half Wakened by the moon crooi ed languorously In the sycamores The girl looked out at the sparkling water through downcast lashes Is It be cause It is so transient tthat beauty is pathetic she said because we never conic back to It in quite the santo way I am a sentimental girl If you are born so It lIs never entire teased out of you isit Besides to night is rill a dream it Isnt real you know You couldnt be mawkish Her tone was gentle as a caress an It made him tingle to his finger tips How do you know 1 hcasked I Just know Do yow tlJlnkIu- er bold and forward she suit dreamily It was your song I wanted to be sontimenta1 about I am like one win through long days of toll only that doesnt quite apply and nights dovoji of ease1 but I cant claim that oai doesnt BleppweU here It la riattvllle apeclalty llke one who Still heard In his soul the music Cl wonderful m lodle- suYesshe answgred to come hen arid to do what you have done and to live thlsisolated village life that humS ho o Ueepcrately C t nUll dull for a nwn of your sort and yet to have tin kind of heart that makes won erCul iitclodles sing In itself oh she cried I say that is flue r You do not understand he return cd sadly wishing before her to be un mercifully Just to himself cusp here because I couldnt make a livin anywhere else Anti the wpndorfu mclodlesA have qnly known you one pvpulng nndthot melodies Ho rosi to his toOt and took a few steps towart time garden Conn he sjild Ulet mi take you back Let us go before l Ue finished with a helpless laugh She stood by the beiich out hani resting On IL She stooHnll In the tremulant slr dow She moved out step toward him and a single lout sliver of light pierced the sycamore and fell upoii her henlllIe gasped What was It about theinelodlcs shesald Nothing I dontt know how to tJu1nki you for this evening that you Jjave giv en me I III suppose you are h at lug to morrow Xo one ever stays here I What nbout the melodies He gave It up The moon makes pea pie Insane he cried UUthllt Is tiHie then you need not be more HraIel than because ptope is plural What were you saying about uI had heard them In my heart When heard yonr voice tonight lknew that It was you who sawn them there hud been singing HhVm for me ways Sot she cried gayly All that de bate about a Ik tty speech Then sinking before him In r courtesy tahi beholden ttbsyou she said i you think no man ever made a little fiat tory for me before tonight At the edge of the orchard Whore they could keepl in inseon watch on the garilon and the bank of theciTelvJudga Brls xj and Mr Todd wOn ufiscoiimi undur an appltf tree the former still arnwi with his shotgun When tlc young people got up from their bench tIme two men rose hastily then saunter ed slowly toward th uVhcu they met Ilarklens sliook each of them cor illally by the hand without seeming to know It We were coming to look for you explained jnd eO4W1IJnm afraid td go home alplie thought 8iU11- OUt iiijglit take him Tor Sir IlarkleJ nUll shoot him before hegpt Into town Can you come out with WJHetts In the morning Harkless he went on and- o with the t mug ladles tj sce the prsuli And Minnie wantsyou to stay to dinner and go to the show With them In the afternoon HarkUlss sezctl lila hand and shook It nnd thqiij laughed heartily aslie accept txl the Hivltatioa Att the gate Miss Sherwood estindwl tier hand to hulL mid poHtily while mockery shone from her cjvs Good night Mr Harklrsa ITdo not leave tomorrow I am very glad to havv netjouWe going to keep her nil sum ncr If we can said Minnie weaving her arm about liar friends waist Vmill crttit Illtil0 riUvJ To ba coniinued b All Ebiiv Riser f- sTrong healthy active conltltutiejn epcnuS largely on the condition of tIre Iver The fambushitthC pills knotfn De Witts Little Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they trengthen the action of the liver and ebullfl the lissiies supporting hat organ Little Early Risers arc easy to act ttfey never gripeSnd yet tbev a e bsolutclv certain to produce reault hat are satisfactory in all casts Sold iyC J Haydon me Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup 1 Delinquent List The following persons have been returned delinquent for the ear 19C by th4 tax cbllectprior the town of Springfield T WHITE Bondf William bqlnd John Walkc r Bond not ofage rank Bfven R C Bradley dead Curry O cal Georgc Cheschier hotln town D Be1Cleaver Charjie Cleaver John Canter Rd Canter dead Will Dortey Andrew Edgerton GHen J Chas non resident Grant Alex nori resident Hot John nphresident Jones Ed H I McE1roynot B in town Logan McPber son Will McPherspn not pf age Nom LF BVOGaVa Hugh OGara Con OBrjyari Genia SimmsJobnVa M rot in town ith ISPaIFin1Jobn Hthnan Tapp A B Tpng Jno A Waters John COLORED LIST John Anderson Ben Brown Day e BradDutch BrqMfn Dan Clement John Carrico Sherman Caldwe John Caldwell Ike Davis AquilJ iDaY s Dennis Duncan Geo Eastt JclEaBterVihi Gaddy Geo Goa lejl Geo Grundy Dan Grund HezGoodloe jOhnsQn Robert not iin town Jim Johnson Jim Key Harrison Lewis Geo Leachmnn Ned Moiat Cy MOore Alfred Jot n Dock May Jyhre Hi ifcElroy John HK McElroj Jf ewts Montgomery lelfMickens i4e Mclntire Joe McIntyre Jr Tom Ihi liPs Andrew Padflox John Peters John iRountree Dan Roberts Lee Riley Tom Ray Bob Ray Geo Ray SrjJGeo Ray frDWStoe John Spalding 1bui Smith Tajree Joh dead WihliarnVmitc1Arth V7hartc Rpji Vharton 1 It is dangerous for one to Jake patent tnedtines of unknown compos tioti When ip rson ij Rail sick the bist cpurSe is to call a physician Often times however a person iis 1un down arid out bffSbrtsj without being adtu hiysick iAdigestive tduicis usually all thatfiiis nctjded Such a tonic is WaltliersPeptonize Port which you can get at any dru store It consists simply of purd port wine and pure pepson TIme first give you new blood new lif the s cond prompts a f erfett pjrformauce of th digestive functions Small size 60cen tlarge size 1fa atC Jl Hay otr s tlrujr store Lelanon Iociis From the Enterpriser During thepast tent days J w Bail ycif New Lebanouha Iqstj th red children whose death were due tto nieasle One was 0 months tld another 3ycars and the third ri years old Tins is lrulyxa son afllliction ati Mr Bailey and wife have th earnest sympathy of all Sunday morning about 4 oclocl I a severe storm yiai ed this city and ihe windrf IpbyrVr ipadeitselt fnlt Lghiiing and thundetac compauud the wind andl fay wlHeii o pil1ike it wasgoin to belrouble sure enough Jtai- ifI1in torrents Fafof the tin rjof of the First Presbj teriai inurcapn the East side alo g with P9rtionojt the rafters am sheeting was bown offf damaging the structirc to the uilue of roojIby the wind njking a slight Ics Beyoc his little oss las beet reported in the city Over the county the loss was even greater The grand jur adjourned Itsl- ednesdayW fliternoon having re turned 39 jiridicttnentSi Their t wbrk was corsidenfbly retarJtd and hi vlered by the dtfficuitj Lliey experienced in getting wit nessts b lore them Many wit nesses having krowledge thaj Lhey wdre wanted hid runaway jr Olherwise shirked their duty 3f appearing bef re the grand jury Attacilments wer iissued for inqiiy oft icm und placed hi the hands otf h sheriff Who will execute same at he first oppcr Unity Law a d order can not ae PoP rlyerifoced so long as srull11lideroom I 1 hrouih fo City of Mftxtcp Vithout changbVf paVr via Iron fountain Ro ite iin elegant Pulll mall sIc pifj cats leaving St jouis 84Q pm daily via Laredo JatewajN fe iPrtcstt and quickest lime Excur ion mjketsnnw en ale Poi ifirther iif rmatpn ulfon or adcresSj V Rt t lHATTHEVS T P A RocmfOiEciuifable Bldj Louisville Ky Nearly Forfeits HIS Life t A rut avNay almst ending fa Itali started a Jmo i ibe ulcerc- miielegofJ13 Oroer Franklin Prove 111 v For four years it- i Idefied all all rprrie DU AnOttOlSand s c- aSalvphad to iiie- in Exdally good fur Burs IB u sesSdO Eruotins plies 25c itt C J Ilydpiis ru St rf qleys Kidiiey Qur- c t f 1i 7S end blacf ht AVfcgeteble Preparationfor As similating iheFoodandBegula llngthStomathsandBqs of iNfAN I S OpiuniMorplunE nor Diieral QT NARCOTIC Ilm1eA Jet JJAltSmna- t SJI 15ihdib9vJai4yw IIirSed fadfrad t rforConsLipanon Worms Convulsibn5 Fcverjsh ness l1n Loss OF SLEEP FacSifnilc Signature or NEW YORK lEXACT COPY 0E W APPrl j BIr Than Gold aI tv s troubled for severa ears with chiunc Irdgestioi- ane uervpus debility wrtiesiP U Xlreepof tancaserN U No remedy heVed me until J began using EJecuuct fliitef which d d me more ood fcb m jj hetDedi ice I ever usel The hive alsokbpt myvtifei in exceL- lent hartlih fur yoarj IsyEliCric Bitters are just splvi11 dfJ for female troubles thai the are a grard tonic ilf invigora to for weak and fIt qOWUf men7 No other rqediclne en ithhis place iu our jmily Try them Only 50f SatisfhC tton guaranteed bOJ Aaydpi Oid mother Nature has never bee provedupont me time she peed little ussisancci pver hard pces the But wheu ve assist her thucnre we keep toher own methods and pn- cesses the better Some lame the digestive organs nee help we have ijidig lion Pepsin H what nature has selected to do t1e Work ofdigeson iti the 03tomach hence the best hiflp tp digestIon i pepsinj The pleasantest nd11od beneficial way totake pepsin iis wit pure port winO as combined in Wa thcrs Peptonized Pert and sold by a l druggists in that fcrm The Tort itself iis a valuable tonic ISmall size 50 ceiitslarge size SI or at CJ Ilaydong lrupr store WANTED V SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE in thJ countf and adjninn territories tc represent and advertise iin old eatab t jl ecl business house brfcolid financial t standing Salary S2I weekly wiv expenses p eacljMoitday by chccl front headquartcrsi Expenses ad canoed and hocsO rn4 buggy farutsh cd wHen necessary position purIna itjoti Address The Columbia 630 Monci Bldg Chicago HI 2 U6l AInge fir Huninn Nature Doctor Ull me honestly whether my healtiiMs improvlngpr npti 1c My dear sir jbure cctfingon fa mously famously Ytiu mire not speaking time truth doe tor but I can ttell without your assist rnce whether I am gettlag better ti not IHow can yrii jtulge Uy time h bl rot my helm j Paris Gaulols TIieSprIiB Part of ActofIlimrry or ycoll imiss Use train ctrl5s1 cant Cnil iiy dlaiuaiJils or my pursp iOu rjt never mltidfc Yisbtt urs5 bad 10 ia Iti New Yopk Weekly 0 youbWomen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by r Kidney Trouble 1 Kidney trouble preys upon the mind die ourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor Jandcneeduln soon r s ih fSl disappearwhen the kid neys ue out of ordcr or diseased Kidney has bccusorpa4Q1- J nl f afflicted with w kid = ney iftie chili aria r ates too often If the rifle scalds the flesh or if when the child eaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it theclue of the dffflculty Is kidney trouble and the first step should bj towards the treatment ot these important crgans This Ehpleascnt rouble is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women aa well t men rc made mfc irable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwatnp Root is soon realized It is sold ydfuggistsin fifty FAW doUarStzes I imple bottfe by mair eexilso pamphlet t tell Homo of BwampRoot h all about it lneludlnf many cf th j thousands of testimonial letters from sufferers cured la writing Dr fCeolcdI fouBlngJa tpn N Yj be i icntien this paper CASTDRIA TheKindYouHaie1 Always BQught Bears the Siaturte 1 Jr f i 1 1 1 f 77- Lr li0l u FofO4 Thfrty Yeari AS jAVf r TilS corJpAnY rw yose erry I WEEKLY T JoiitiiiI I HRY WAtTEFb EDiTOR en or Twelve Pages rss evcryWejzy SIM lvAR s T YT est EditoriuU 1iI Polititfat Arucles Bst Stones Betrce1javBfcst Pictures v BdirnftviivsuPoetry iildrens Page Blast Home 07 S vv Best ConUerjsed News s BesfcrMet Reviews EverytbogVOURIERC4JRNiLCtL 1LcnIsviiIe Ky1 i + i I B SECL ARRGEiE YOU CASciITT11F Newt Leader 4D rinI rJQnrjift130th 160 smmb5cniptlononlytIIsiihecriptfons thuIscoumhuialolLd iuflbirgLit rhe best Magazijieis and Newspapers 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