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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1 i III T X 5 Bl1HoMrsoEir I BBBUIT JJM SSB Thompson Jr Co UNDERTAKE S JJAND EMBALMERS t =etockall klncis of Punera ICL1Tii11PHONE 53 1iS OUR DIRECTORY county seat of v SPRINGFIELP VashingtQ County 52 miles south 59 mites from tt of ncri Cton ofbranch1lardstoWron Louisville and Nashville railroad in ailfarming atd agricultural district and telephone Two Banks telegraph flour nulls 1umbr titles express ornce 4 yarrti pop ation 1109 population of county 15000 HonDRepresentative in Congress fl Smith HodffenyiUe Ky Kepcsserilative in KentuCkY Legis lat1tc lion W D ClaybrooUe Representative in State SenateHon larry LanCaptCriLebanon Ky r county Directory CIRCUIT COURTIJ the fonrtltonbegins Circuit Court Octoand Monday in February May ber I c E PattesenJudge Commonwealth At R I Durham toraey f F M CarapbellCkrk- 11 G Lteachman Master Commiss- ipnerx QUARTERLY COURT Court is held on the third Quarterly 4onclayin each month BI LUsey Judge IoUNTYC0Ti County f Cwrt meets on the fourth Monilaifl ich mouth tIteyJUdgC ClerktW F Booker County T S rIayes County Attorney Veorge Catlett Jailer t ijyron Croakc Sheriff Richard Isham r ISid ey Qsborne i R H Mullican Deputies dk Ed ast 4jai es F Soore County Surveyor jIroyaty4ssessor tfOBrian DeputY Robert Noe Treasurer RJ M Montgomery Coroner of Common J Bush Supt I l Schools PO Springfield b j rCITY COURT R Nob Police Judge J IJam n Gra Mirsixl F GrigsbyuCity Alt rncy l JUSTICE COUKT Justice courts are held in January aDdOtto cr tpri1JU1 Church Directory 1 BAPTIST CHURCH 4 Ser Rev SI J Cannon Pastor and 700t1i anlMceS evei1SUIhdY School at 900 Prayer m1Srtnday at7 O Meeting oi Wednesday night J V METHODIST CHURCH ReVJ D Ward Pastor Services ba fi bntheFirstandThirdSuudaysineachmouthatll sund yat 10 amSc11031 everyday every Wednesday epnyer meeting night i Kev P CATHOLICCHURCH F Henriessay Pastor Ser Sundayat 8 and 10 oclock viccs every at St Rose same hours a m Services ti 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev t1C1Pastor ServiccI second month Sand fourth Sunday iii t L PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BcV T if Latimer Pastor Sunday at 11 amBreaching every jj and5 at 7 pm Sunday school everj v Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting vpry Thursday evening at oclock Fraternal Ordeas- AEoa orcESfriflld Iodg- t 50 meets second Mouday in each Lmmth Washington RrO Chapter No57 v Mondaythird i u1swcvcry SjrinpGeld Council t0 52 meets a every toorth Monday h Meet- S sKIGUTSITIACAuEES it uJutav n acb ecel =333S SSS3 AMERICAN trt II SILVER t 4 lI TRUSS il l t Sf L1G COOL I 1 IZuytoWear J t No pressure on tmm nIYI Hips or Back- Koondentnps t i 1wkJi II Crr1S 1SForsebt3Y 8 t J innW rtooWIIROUND OF nft TALK nftni1 o r o Just Keep On Keepln On IF the day looks kinder gloomy An your chances kinder sliml If the sittiations puzzlin SAn the prospects awfnf grim An perplexities keep pr 5ssin Tillall Hope ihnearly gone fns bristle up an grit yjcnr teeth An keep on ikeepin on Fumin never wins a fight An frettin never pay There aint no goodof broodin in- These pessimistic ways Smile just kinder cheerfully When hope is nearly gone An bristle np arid grit your teethIAn keep on keeping on There aint no nae in growiin1 SAn grumlin all the If me J When mnsics rlngin everywhere An oyery thmgJs a rhyme Jus keep On sojilin cheerfully- If hopes neaiy gone An bristle up an grit your leelhJ An keep on keepin on New Orleans TidesDemocrat B AUUREjkS is usually the case at this time of tthe year there is all alarm from the farmers about the outlook for the het crbp T At thetclose pf the Winter andbefore the ground begins to warn up for the spring thaws the yheat fields always l bear a dismal appearance and the prospect for a yeild looks discouraging but as a rule the warm sunshine of early spring works a magic1 change and a good harvest is often the result from a poor outlook This wins ter however thee wheat growers are in despair rer the Situation and declare that the unusually severe weather this winter has completely destroyed the wheatt t While this willl doubtless provO an exaggerated yiewof the cent ditibn of affairs stiil good judges declare tfyatth wheat harvest this year in Washington county at least will be asmall affair and thatin many plates farmers will t do wen toplow their ground andJ prepare tto plantother crops 1 j Ti ITSpeakIngotcropS etct jAjithe fa mel nv lose o tthisI ij ItlIItl everything e1seThe great war in the far East together with other condi tipns hasjerved to put Value for all products 515 high i Wheat and corn are going up as are mules and horses and hogs and a rise in cattle is conlidentally looked f 0 r Burley tobacco growers are well pleased wth the prices this season for that product It looks to a man up a tree that the farmer is sfrictlvl IT tills year and t is the poor working man the nonproducer who will suffer for genal pros perity forhe will bb required tP pay higher for everything he buys to eatrOrjWear x xIcKINGThe establishment F D mail route out rot Wjllisburg while it has proven great convenience to nearIy verb dy living jalong or near the route has caused some kicking 1we understand from the residents of p nh and Mapie Billl1he cause of com plaint from this source it apC pears is that the mail under the new arrangement peaches them about 10 hours later ttjan it did formerly under the old star route system of carrying The rcsideIitsof the rural districts houldjbQ pattqpt jn this matter 1t is the policy of the I ost Offic Department to give a service hat will beth greatest conven ience tthe laVgest umber of people Wee ievetthat it will only be a question oi a short time when the Ruralltree Delivery will be extended until n reaches to eve rv inhabitarti ex cept those int emost remote districts and then if our county friends do nmtIkep in touch ilhi the outside world it will be their own fault jj f ria 1 f OOD NvTh announce D ment Jhat St Catherinef management ipas made a purI chase of tbet Isaac C rryfarm i just below ibwni for aiits for their new buildings was received is good news by the people off pringheld Vwno had begun to entertain a fear that he institua tion might qe remove county entirely Thei plans for rebuilding r fIut date of commencing and otherLDetails have not factithatis a guarantee popular ard important schoolIl and convent will remain in the 5Scounty DO JT TODAY The timeworn ii ujulmictiOnj t i fNeAer put off till tomorrow what you can do today is nov generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking tough 6r de moralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days porhaps wpeks Take some reliable remedy for IbTODAy1 and let that remedy be Dr Dos chees German Syrtip which has been m use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedlyrelieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a fey days will cure you com pletely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lurfgs German Syrup will surely effect a citreas it has done be fore in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regulart site- 75c At C J Haydons drugstore Relief In One IilllltC One Minute Cough CUre gives relief inii one minute because it kills the mi rrcfbe which ticlIqs the nnicous1 memV 6 3116 causing the cough and and a the same time clears the phlegm draws 9ut the inflamation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs yards of pneumonia arid is a harmless and never failing cure In all curable cases of Coughs Cclds and CroupI One Minute Couth Cures pleaSant toI take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by CJ Haydon ACflreFonEczep My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid nnss of scabs and its hair allcame out I trlel many remeI dies but none seemed tQ do any perma tnnnt good until Lused DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cutC1 the scabs are gone rhdtbe little ones scalp is perfectly lean and healthy and its Pis is growing bcautifuly againIcannOt give too much praise to DWi ts With Hazel Salve Frank Kormer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve lookout for cjount erftits DcWitts the orignal and the only one containiirg sure Witch Hazel The name R CDeWitt Co is on eyerybbk Sold byCJ Haydon Lebanon Locals iFrom theFdlcon James the nineyear old son of Mr and Mr3 Albert Alfords died of measles last Wednesday morning at his home on St Rose Rose piEce5The funeral took place from St Agustines cliui ehf yesterday afternoon aF 2 9clock The Marion County Medical Association met at the city hall in this city Tuesday and transacted considerable business Ten members wore present apd they were entertained at dinner by Dr R C McChord at his home Sfr Ernest Hatfiold and Miss Flizi Thornton both of the Bradsfordville neigh bo r h oo d1 were married Wednesday They are two of the best known young people of the county who ha ve scores of friends to extend congratulations Mr PKV Braven and Miss Cora Abel were married in LbuisyiUe last Tuesday evening The groom is a former Marjon county boy who is new employed as telegrapn operator for the IC Railroad at Millwood Kentucky and is a gentleman who is- heldin the highest esteem by allI who kno vhira while his bride is due of Lebanons prettiest and mpst worthy young Jadies Alphpdso Browne colored charged with criminall assault upon Nannie May Hudson axjolj bred girl under 12 years about 6q years agpis now in jail un lder default of bail He was reo centlyreleased on account 6f a flay in ithe indictment and was re arrested at Gravel Sitcli Thursday by Chief J A Thomp son on a new writ and was held to answer 10 the next grand jury a Bear the aiUIways j Slp uro jp Iuugbj JIn Bad at Harrodsburg Lucien Pinkston and Thomas Colvin both of Washington county were arrested here Friday by officers Britton and Herron charged with uttering a forged atIIcnalBottoms who lives near Corn shI ville They were tried Saturday and Pinkstori was held ovetf 5n the sum of S250 which he was unable to give and was placedj in jail Colvin was dismissed but Was held on his own re ooni zance in the sum of SlOO asta witness against Pir kstontIn jail Sunday af ternoon Pinkston confessed and said that Colvin went into the bank and got some blank checks They then went to the depot to learn about the departure ol the train for Lex ington While there Jie says Colvin wrote the check and told him to go and buy an overcoat that would fit him Colvin He went to the store of Goetz Sommer and selected an oerJ coat and a pair of shoes and tendered the check in payment Before the goods were turned over inquiry at the bank showed tVfat Mr Bottoms hafll no account there Pinkston then went to A WoplSteins store and the check was again offered in payment for an overcoat Mr Wool stein also took it to the bank and was told that Bottoms had no money there Pinkton says Colvin then filled out another check for 4 and told him to go into a saloon and buy a drink and get the difference in cashI but this was not done When arrested the 23 check had beenI destroyed but the 8i check was found on Colvin Acting on this confession Col vin was rearrest ed and isalso in jail Both are about 23 years of age and areI bothers in lawHarrodsburg Herald fGOO SPirtlTS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main sourceJs the Ji cerandall the line spirits ev3k made m the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandone il effects it produces You cant have good Spirits and a bad liver at the sairie time Your liver must be ijne condition it you would feel bvloiant happy and hopetul bright of eye light of stepvigorous and successful il your pulPitS You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flowert n u greatest taU medicines for the liver an l stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite iouse old remedy for overthirty live years August Flo ver wiil make your liver hciilthy tynd activo and thus insure you a liberal supply of j rood spirits Trial size 25c r Ttm hntfloc 7nr At C J Haydonvs drugstore AnptWrCasc oY Rheumatism Cu red by Chamborlams Pain Haim i Tile chlcatjof Chamberlains pain Balm in the relief of rjieumatiam is is being demonstrated daily Parker Trij lctt of GrJgsby Yasays that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief fionrrheumatisrrijlu the back when everything else failed and he would not be whithout it For sale by C J Haydon lawrenceburg Water Works Since the resumption of work on the plant for the waterworks Contractor and lhis men have been POtter such rapid machinery is HIli all laid to make one more connection in order to be ready for a test of the pumps and it is more than probable that before our roxt issue the mains will be filled with water and a test made which will Show whether the direct press a re from the pumps will be sufiicient for possible fires We desire bowever to impress upon the minds of all that t will not be necessarysfor any one to start a fire in orden that the test te inade and that he pumps aided hy the hose will throw the water just as high if there is no fire as they will while one or more buildings are burning Law renceburg has had more than her share of disastrious tires al ready and her pople are not anxious tsee any more of lham tfews I TO IMPROVE DIRT ROADS A Sensible SuggesUon About Im proving Dirtt Roads Editor of NEWS LEADER sOipediscuJsion by several of your Correspond ents which I fully endorse I would like to make an additional suggestion They urge the ne cessity of tjhe purchase and use of a rock c rusher by the county which I feel sure is the only so lution of the road problem This is practical ly applied tothe turnpikes But what is to become of the inhabitants of the ururall districts that live some distance from any pike Should nor there be sotn provision made for that class 14s a generall rule the dirt rJds become impassable to traffic during the winter months it being from th fact that they dbnot get the proper attention But with the palty sQm of 75p per mile which willI hardly filljthe ruts much less put the To d in permanent condi tion what 4an we expqci f Now with a grqdtly ificreased assess ment and the highest rate of taxation with np appropriation for bridges np badly how need ed and thej county in a pretty good financial condition can we not have more money per mile for the dirt roads With this amount any good everseer would soon have d firstclass road Last year in way of a test 1 had a partbf my road properly graded aod drained the result being very noticeabler that part of the road being in better condi tion than for severalt years This som chad to be apjcomplisl ed by ntians of plows and scopps which is h expensive m thoi as compared to the modern way which is the use a L grader Two or tlireejoptHese should be purchased by the county thus saving time and money and re suiting in better roads Hope th attention of our Magistrates nay be called to this matter add that they will use their best judgement in their de termination to have better turn piles and dirt roads as welll Overseer Dirt Road No Inn an Awinl Ftc MrH Haggins ofMelbcurne I4lawrit2s My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was giv en up tda The offer of a free trial bottle fDr Kiings New Discpveryrfor Consumption induced tne jto try it Results were 3tartlingiil am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery surely saved my life This great cures guaranteeci fur all throat atd lung diseases by O J HaY ol1 Druggist Price flOe loO Triall Bottles To M vett Lexfn5tonJ Capt J L Druien a prom nent Kentucky breeder and horseman who has made consid erable rafting history in the past few years iin a quiet vay has concluded to remove his horse stock frdm Lis immense farm near Bardstown to Xexingtonj the center of the horse universe He has one of the choicest and best bred bands of brood mares in the country headed by the fameus campaigner1 and stake winner the stallion Onward Silver 2Q5 All the breeding stock will be located on the Dr J R Hagyard farm on tHe Muysville pike a slifirb distance from Lex Ayers Give nattmiethre helps and nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralNourishing Then a medicine to control the cough and heal thcv lungs Ask Any good doctor I flnt nied Ayer Cherry Pectcdsl l years ago I have teen terrible cases of lunicdU easel cured by It am never without It AUJBttT U IUrLTOK MartotU 25e5Oc f1O J UATlm All drur1itsir Lon il I- LrConsumption Health demands dally action of the Uowel Ald natttiwlth AyrE Pills I jngton which hds been leased by Captain Druien while the horses and youngsters iu training will occupy a stable 6n tile Kentucky Breeders Assopiatijjn t t8C k About twentyfive head arrived Wednesday and are now quartered at the tretting track The remainder about forty iin number ipcluding lost of the brood mares will reach here about March 1 The jentite breeding and training operations wilt be in charge of tthe well known trainer John Hisse The new farm jwhl add td the Blue Grass breeding interests and Messew Driin and Hussey both well know i and pppular ampng the horse fraternity will be warmly welcomett as an addi tion to the local colonyEn tucky Farmer i i HaY You Ibdi Stion If you have indigestion Kodol Dys pepsfaCure willl cure ypn It has cur t ed vJeryLyoiirselfcotinue to suffer until you do try it There isno other cjamblnation 6f di gestants that digest and rebuild at the same time K dot does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Spld by QT Hard CJrterfains Stofflaeli and Lirer Tablets llllCll11 for ColistiFatloll i1rARKane a prominent drug gist of BaxterSprinfj3 Kansas Chamberlains Stomach and Liver saysl Tablets are in my judgement the most superior preparation of qny thing in use today for con tfpation They are sure in acfionaj4 with no tenden cy to naureate or gripe For sale at J Hay4onsdrng sjtore Burned fo Death x5nHstresSing accident happen ed IP liss Georgia Ramsey of Bradfordsville j last Thursday morning Feb I1 1904 Missj Ramsey waS subject to severe dizzy spells an llitl Is supposed tharshe was near the fire when one of these spells overlook her causing her tojfall into the fire Her screams brought hejr mother and brothers hurriedly lo her rescue bu her arm and lower limbs were severely burned and most likely she hadiinhaled tQeI flames Sfie lingered in eJrcruci ing pain until Sunday mornjng i wheri death came fps her rene ofSIrs2 o years old Bntefpriso I I lloYsThiaJ VedfTerOneHundred Dollars Re ward for ariy case of Catarrh thatcan not be cured by by HalUs CatarrhCure y J CHENEY CO ToleeoQ We the undersignedhave khown F J Cheuey for the last JS years and be heye him perfectljr hqnorabie In al business transactions and financially able to carry out a py obligations made by his firm WAiDiNi Kl NAN MARVIN JWholesale Dr ggisls Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken intern ally acting directlj upon the blood and mucbus surfs ces of the system Testimonials sent free Prtee 75 cts per bottie Sold by all drnggists Take Halls EaK lily Pills for consti patio 1fystiausircujnztaucg pne was pale and sallow and the other fresh kind rosy Whence the difference She who is blush lug Avith health useD Kings NOW Life Pills to maintain h By gently aiousing the lazy or gans theycompel good digestion and hfead off constipation Trv them Only 25o at C J Hay4on Druggist Attempted Assassination Sunday morning a bay horse that shpwed ev idences of hard usage was left at Shake rtow and that night jomeTne attemp ted to assassinate John Coleman who is in the 2mrjloy of Tso n Bros Mr Colaman wak walk ing through a held with a light ed Jantern in his hand and someone commanded hSmi to extinguish the light Hfe refediod- oso and the rc an fired two shots at him but mised his aim and Colemanf1ec1to the hpiise of Brag McCoun jtiebasnt an enemy m the World ahfl is at a lossto uuderstandby any one should want tt murder him jn cold blood As the Attempt OnI his life took place pt far frq the cliffs some people are oftjie opinion that the w1dbe assassin is the same man who so- fiendishly mur red younRCck rat Danville 1 The horse left at the village is in charge of shelton Sutt on Harrodsburg Herald Wasfiington i Letter Both parties in jCongress are busy in the workof platform making They know of coarse that platform like Tppsy are not manufactured but jest grow but the assembled statesmen fancy that they can do something towards formulating imaginesthatfifteen minutes that would entire ly fill the bill and J dePaiker says Knows what time Democratic platform ought tp be The President is willihg to gphnto the campaign on a platform based primarily on his Panama policy and on his humane Atti tude concerning trusts t 1labor and business monopolies of all- kinds Thoush Congressmen spend a weec now over the obse quies of Senator Bianna and though threeorfoui9arg appro riation bills are still to be got lo the front members of both j Senate and House think they see dayljght and hope to get home by the middle of May t The death of Senator Hanna toIlas thrown a black pall over tbeI Senate whdtever may be said about his public career and t about his tbickandtbin chain pionshij of his party be was a J man of popular manners and r ble qualities in his private l life He was agood friend and l n dangerous arid relentless enemyf He hated shams pretences effectations ol every sort and always opposed the custom of i Congress in voting 10000 to 25 000 in burying a dead Conj gressmac The wary of the reformer is hard He is now a victim of pompous funeraf junk et whic he always opposed A specialtrain of Pullmans left last evening for Cleveland with the body and the members of the family Another special of Pull mans leaves today conveying a Congressional delegation of fifty and many reporters and other guestsl These trains will be t equipped with buffet cars and s cooks and everythirfg eatable and Jrlnkable all furnished free n unlimited quanities at the ex pense of the goverment Some times this prolonged banquet hast t been fOllowd by embarrassing t and lamentable results Let us hope for better luck this time J BREVITIES Dr Herran Co lombian charge d affaires has closed the Jlegation in this city i but will remain here iin a private capacity a week or two louger Perry Heath whose best friend is dead haS been on the witness stand at the trial of the postoffice 1 conspirators He has a narrow face a long aggressive nose if rather sunken jayvr compressed lips and cold gray eyes Eight or ten automObilists this i city willJoin in the August tour to St Louis Senator Fairbanks has finally made up his mindf and will ac ggpt the nomination for Vice Ptesid it1tiri has ce Elihu Root TKC Secretary of War is sorry that w ever took possession of Philipine Islaqds The bill to give Queen Liliuo kalani 200000 as apology for robbing her of her dominicins has been defeated Jin Congress but its hope for an thei hearing Robert T Lincolns name for VicePresident on the JRepubli cin ticket is received here with considerable favor There has been much criticism oP the extemporaneous address of the Reverend Edward Everett i Hale at the funeral obsequies 11I the Senate chamber over the bpdyeof Senator Banna It isc questicnabe whethei a man eighty years of age should perJ mit himself to attempt on such an occasion an impromptu eulogy Careful orators fortify themselves against breaks and slips and slovenly rhetoric by laboriously writing and reading thei orations or by Committing them to memory TIId Reverent Hale iran oratbr and waiter of world wide reputation ancll1is great experience as a speaker should haye guardied him in his old kge from atlempiingj without the greatest preparation an elegiac sermon in the presence of so distinguished an assembly knowing as he must have known that it would be read and criti cized throughout the countryil not throughout the world i ir THEOLD RELIABLE ROYAl r vkaAKI KU POWDER Jl AbsoIuteTyfPur t 7FiRE ISNO SUBSTITUTE it L IorN1eJy Lived here From 4 back number of tie Monroe County Mo Appea i published at Paris Mo we finl an obituary notice of a former wen kn wn citizen of this count Judge H P Batsel Judge Bal r sel is Well remembered by sohie of the older citizens of the coud ty He was Justice of a of this county for s thopea1nd one Ot bs last i r pp1ojihou h still surr undsthe courthouS Wyards r ecentlycome to Springfield 6 ive waspuished39t sels death in1 April 1f 21fs us JudgeHarrison PBafsell didjat his home in Paris Wednesdily evening after an illness lasting four months Funeral services will be conduced by Rev W 8 Craig at Salem at 11 oclopk F1 day morning Judge Bathe was born in Washington county Ear Dec 16 sl12 He united with the Baptist church at Hardins Creek in August 1838 haviig been converted by Rev WDliz m Brown HeI moved to mpnrce county in 1858 In 18ii he was married to Amanda Moore To them nine children were beta livi1iHis geI 0 man died in 1B6 and m 1889 he was married to Mrs Cyntoia Jackson Years ago he served the people as county judge from he Eastern District and backJin Kentucky was Justice ofthe 4 Pea e for 12 years r This in brief isp faistbry of one 9f lhe most amaible and reIt counfYhas v weeks before his death he tasSvigorous in mind and body took great interest in the affairs I of he world land wasa most enter fIlSfacand statidtios made of him a recf j pgnized authority on many topt ics In the years to come how ever the memory of his lovable character his noble virturesv as pcitizen a ChnstianiCdunselor atfd friend WIn eclipse the traits that made him J remarkable in other respects and the influence hislong and usefullif rfelt i4 yearsftor the stalwart Lodyhas turned to eterybodysand mourned by1 all who knew him t tINOTICE r Having acc pt6 the tagency tor the United States Paper Company or 1904 would f rev specffulJy solicit apart of tour atronaget believing I can zilake it to your interest to purchase of me X carry in stock all th lat est i patterns in paper besIdes Brown Blanks White Bllfnfer Silk Damasks rlimers IJre seairf and Pressed Embossed Papers i I itt nrlansYariiisbed Papers aitf- ed Crrou4ds Plain Frocks Lu custia Walton Fabric Effeci See our sample book at my room over Mrs Williams staiq7f hi Springfield Ky We can please all lasses at pricesaa whicli we defy competition Wi B SPERs gent fi iWANT M women local L representatiyea far a high ilast 1 magazine Large tomimse uis t Cash prizes Wiita J N Traipi 7l er 80 East Washingtoni Sqijirfi New York N Y t J h4 ALDWL Ai i SYRUP PEpsiSI GLHE INDfEb7tUN IV f4ii THE NEWSLEADER EVERY THUnSDAY i 1PUBLtslIED iAYEAR IN ADVANCE t SpR1NGFILDKY E L DAVI ON Jr cr EDIT lrND Pc5risHER Ixwal r bn tnes notices 10 cents per acb subsequent insertion IOatis on candidates and political matter 1elltsperllmJob work Mdonj at low rates but cash 6t Atust be paid on delivery of gopds nAiVertising Contracts mate on liberal erm Obituaries ai d resolutions of respect 3 ents per line WNOUNr1tUENT8 2iOCteunty Magistrajes 500 e unty Officor rJ District Offices TJIURc D YFeBRUARy 2i l Q41 i We are authorised tp announce the jname of GEORGE D PARROTT asa candidate foriue cffloe of Sheriff Jof Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Election November 1905 The question of the building i of the much talked of Panama t canal by the United Stales hich ihas held ibo attention of the world for some time has ben finally sett ed In the U S Senate Tuesday the Panama Icuia1 treaty was ratified j ya Pl yote of ocr to 14 Fourteen Pemocra i Senators yjed lor- I the ratific ton f and fourteen against it The Government will take steps atpcce to begin the work of construction irhme t dfately after thef rmaj exchange of ratificationst v j I Pleasant HilI Mi Jacob Durr is on the sick list Ye hope to liez1iof him being Out soon t Mr Thomas Humes and wift left last week for McCoinb Ill Where they cxpct to inacj tliei future home i The wheat crop in this sectio t Jbpksvery t discouraginglr If tht s vheacrop in other sections is f no betterthan it isi here tbert win be very little raied Mr Thomas edg prnno1 4 and respected gentemun of tin Fairview neigh boruood dier Friday last at the home of hi grand daughter MrS Cur Mitchellt Cause not exacly knowo He was about the 0 dei man in this vicinity If he hd lived until the 3H of April ln would have been 83 years od Hevwas tile lather cf Mrs Mar Clarkl of the Eeech land vicinity i aid was pr atly beloved b I everybody He was a stauncl BaptistliaviAg been sofor maiy years Be tAill be enrol v mfesFft by everyone aewa a zzeU r i r great n pofihe1ite 1 iMacfcville fI It Teubcn BlLvUJbUugl 10 head of shoats averaging 90 poundsr from different pities lit 4 ctnlsv j Asosold a bunc1i2O ponna j heiferij to Al Gardnerat gloO eache l ArSottom sold ai bunch 01 235 loand steers to MShitjldtf uf Spencer county at 3Ac Duk Graves sold a jThrolr conibii3t3 W 1j1iLesteu 90 1H Shetvmaker aid sns soldJ l 8300 pounds of tobacco to the i Continentai C5ut Be t Will Lester taught a 5year old com lIcd borsu of IV Baker r I for 125 andVold a ho se wlr rWin Maye fur JO Burns Cheatham Wilh burg Millersjb wght 1200 biihe s cf wheat from D MErfield1Bloom lihJI rJr W P Hatchelt sold a lhorse to tSxyeeny Bmwjp colored fa 85also solava y at ing colt to EJ Bowl I s for 185 I Born to ihp wife ot Harrison i ght last week afinu gitIh w B Hatcliett sold a parr blJ ye4 rling mules to ii Thompson Springfield for 230 Irwifi M ayes sold tj Will Gibson kj EGO n1netoI Gror Iloreto e i v Joe Wycoff and Walter Humc Jifcwuo our popular young men aretiUihg a normal course at Spriakfiefd Bobbie Mayes bought of differ ent paj ties a bunch df 80 pound bho its at 2 50 lytirsfcr SOCtjs t j fiPvJanGhini Gilts from CQ to14OuuxdsfrnGup Keg f1 tHtere l 31 my cxpense if desired Mast mae rJcnf fo spring Pigs r A1oal Ixv of Ufdai pst any size or ejgth OTS jBofcinJKy POHTEUll w W Sc 1iriW fK o55 lRii WWiWi wu ri Ihjs i jia Ii 2iNewsFrorn The County iiIi Ii Hapjpenin s Among tjie County Peple g- I JJj J as Reported by our Correspondentsjt t 7 Mt ORESVJLLE J Born onj February 18th to the wife of T li Hardiiii a 7 pound girl Elizajbeth Fra cd Both mother and bab arc doipgel1- Ove JI on jthe littto Beech there are three inew baVis One at Mr ArthuKMoorefs one at Mr George dibbs anti one at Mr Warren Jpnes Al are dong wenir Died Sunday LFeb 21 1W Mr JaSv Snyder in he 73d year 1of histige Pneumonia was the immediate caujo of f is death Mrvi Green 3f Biaridihs Ville IlL iSj visiting his mother U3akhere He will return in a few days Accompanied by his sister Nannie Several from here Attendedt county couit last Me nd ly Mr lltillj Offutt s sale camp offJastines1ay alto flarga crowd w3s present Jas Eddie man was jihe auctioneer aI1- everythlI g1brougbfair prices It rujnored that another wedding willl sdon occur between one of bui gents a Neisou county gfrl aid s- Mr Johji Cutsi5e aW Mr CA Walls ifamil es have the measles Mrs use A Go t1eyiis very l vwt1iai compile lion of dis cases arid jhe chan es are that heil1 noti recover We are glad to rep drt that Mr fasr Royaltys mily arc all i iFr4iv in g Sever 1 hav been down withphouinQn a Mrl Jam s Wall iis CJJ the siili list There arp lots oU unny things happening in this word A M ii jy d a vii to a patient one thy list wocli and as JIH went n the house hiisaw s ting in avcorner somstbijig he took forapiano he was ksking about when they Igotit wn6n 16 and be aoldjt wasan iirioub ttDr with 210 eggs in it and hey were nxini up to hatch So you see we doni know everything Mr James Mbblgomery is luite ill vttl Hi vSiisonhis jaw Icnsonfonk HH i erJ1ibetter at this wri tin The farmers ore preparing f rI their tcbafco crops n this vicini ty but 0ing to tue extended bad weather tleir progress is s10vt iEiias Hdrncon and wile df Dan yule were Jj jning his b other W B Harmon of this i lace last week i Heniy Young s wife Daughter orGrr ICimberlin vqry Iow atl this writing wH Harmon sold to f Bovs Key a gray marefor5O Mrs J Fi Matheriy ison the sick list this Vee 1fCharley Cocanougher and V 0 Malherly are building aback smith shop he r They hope to be reudy far business hjjt TOtft day i Married at thqho3ticrof Henry Green by ReyRL Purdom LeWiS CwOley and Lizzie Green on thli2Qtliat 10 ocloclta ni Big John Elliot was chief waUerjr Thdy went from this pbcn to fhis clot eris home on tile VN rJi Rolling Fork vh r they are expected to make their future homo fEN K Stc ciue WIt ght nice froo llIlC rron i3yon ParIs Mrs qitthiadell is very scktit this writing with a coin p licatiou qjf1 dfseascs WaltertAdains ht ten barrels tersat2t75 of cOrn btutu oard Mas inJIf SelJ iis with her grandmolhsi Mrs S4 Logsdcn of this place who is 4ite sclr i Harry Janes is quite sicatt- jiistt i writng witl ineasles Mss Ma tie Bgleyof thn rrrl IMissThe family rMr Dan Rogers who hajve been quite sick with measles a re imj roving Mr Will Kelly a dfam51y of your town were out last oatur I day and Sunday to see their mother who is quit sick MisAppic Kelly of Decatur Ilwascahled home fcjthe bed sido of her motherr 1c1NTIIU MrvT Carrico bought 40 bushels of cornfiomWillEdlen- of Blincoe for 55c per bushel Sam Nall3T sold a young jack to Tom Vancleave for S450 BudBadgelt boughta pair of horse mules from the neighbor hood of Mt Washington Dock Blandford sold to Suyj Muddidpjiir of mules for 8 J20 Vill Nally bought of William M dda nice hog J B Hilll bought a lot of shell Croats from McCuliem Brosat 50 els j er bushel James Fields bought of John Medley a stack of oats for 18 H A Mclntire bas the fint young mule colt and he claims it is the beat lie everr hud Mrs Ethel Parrot of Sim ms tuvvn is visiting her father Mr TP Sims this week Mis Etta Hill is visiting her sistei Mrs J B Johnsouof Louisville BUNCO B Theii YIfimpatianton bad weather we are having Cull Reeis very ill of prieu monia j Miss JjZosie Filiatreau visiteJi MissPrudie Cambron Sunday Mr and Mrs Edd Cusickwere- the guests of the fprmers sster Mrs B Ha Fields Rev Father Pielers was th5 guest of MrsO Gambroii On Saturday vlrtst Eil Cuiick sold toT E hal ard five nieehos OthieHcntonwho has bitch a position in Louiivilla ha riturn Ccl home Littli Edwin Ballard of China I gois the guest of his cjunn Toney inith Mr John Brent was txp giust of his daiightetJ Mrs Fields on Suiiday1astJohiiHCnton sold toB U- Fields20bushels of oats at J5 cents pr bahii Canary Mr tTatncs Elvcd Andtrscn wrQnarriedmany friends extend To them a happy journey through lift Mr Abraham Car ilj s lda jickoi S20Q ElvinYiste kO3 the iik list EdW wa rcFSi i mivwaoiL4iaiiie fi aJ Miss Myrtle BQbc1tsQisvis kingi friends in Spring field this week Mrs Lee Hi all fnd daughter are visiting the family of MrHl p Qa nary i Jalnes Lnnham was in Spring field one day last Week MissMav Ijanhjiil spent one gsdonf J Wtogdoalosta tine Ilrsone day last week R C Canary lost muo Ins week If ho animal hadjivvd until Spring lhe would have boon 87 years ofage z M iss Adrian Canary spent unedaty last week with Miss Mollie B Laylor- r rrJohn Barbr sold lhis tobaccd foj 8 cents per pound t JliHsboro There Is TilIttle news hCfeI about tthis week even of tLC grapevine brand Madanl RqJ reor is probably suffering with aracamphRelieves Instantly or Money Refunded DATARRH1BRONCHITIS1 And all Throat t Inflammations It Cools It Soothes It Cures WI Spldonly In75c SOc 100 Bottle At all DrualristsI J For Sale by C1Haydon lagrippe and the old reliable 1newsinongershiave l l ejthIf ejth s here Saturday otii Falicin Lay of Lexingtoh Vvho IIJRs1eon visiting his sister Mrs tym Oder Lies returhed home lie Witnessed the execution pf Earl Whitney aid Caude 0 Brien Capt Settle and FM Shew maker were in your town Friday Hj on business Mrs Q H God by has rfilBrh ed frofn Chaplin where she has been at the bedside of her step daughter Mi s Pot Godby who Iiiis rvloywitJh consumption Albert Hiaes has moved in the House with Jim Odor for a few lays He will then move on the farm of J M Shewmaker Mr FT Tyler will move to Mr 2 Cialksonfs place below 3pring field- Misses Mollie SI ewmaker nc1 Pearl Maylossou two popular young ladies of I3olla d are spending the wek with Misses Maud and Evan Tniritrn Valentine dayrfhas passed atd sonie folks received some ri on s No one gotniad who re ceived comic oes The rGCnt storm that passed through this Vciuity did very little damage It ony gfvve ome of our neighbors a scare Mr Jas W Settle who isai good prophet says storms will bp more frequent ar d severe one reason being so much timber u from tile county He suggests that it would be u good iidea to make sorin houses in session this lCqurJis week and it may bp that sime of bur b ys willbe On the dodge to keep front appBitrhig befJre tire grand t an i9conior gives them up Until tthey atc found arCL that is why we aye tfor him lot Sheriff Law and ordtr cannot properly be onforc ed unless the isglii witnesseJSarej brought the grand jiiry rppm The opinion of Hour citizen is Ie that the ncv com in on wealths attorney rRL Durham backedL up by that vigilant rostuOr P11S May C3 willi miike it rhail on the hiv breakqrs OUT ad vice to the loys is Walk str 1liii or they will 1m Vt1i a tough t5 uf iin our court t j v anesCou1tiitiid John Arm strong IJRVC let med trout I ouis ville where they lu ve bdeiVtio soil their Iob iccfw iey riport t the inarkeUfiiriyi good Uncle J tMinio latioxvrhukn 01 riotltIcl has been spemiiig the weojr vitH LeStt les Unojoi Jiihmie asie is commonly callflk j is 85ycira bfftgo and is exceod inly active Stud1st ong for R mani of thnt Hgs nnd the man thnt Wini b iL iiitninaking aXc ht1lQl sisyefc to IIL covered 1 JIJIJI J rf i plain to buscdn lliis inagnitlc l11i eye thntt ho wns lloop ing for soirett furHlainseT to rt1dby his sida Sane persn or pcrsseVf left L1j too lazy to arn their Ity iqg by thesxveat of ther Jbrbxv stole several sUcks of tobracco from James Settll s a ago and they xvere veny fcv4UlitsI cHoiceji as they took ohly thebcstgrne The next morning ft largfr Cot t sack WtLS found in the burn 0 j ciasionally ono heLlS thieving JIt goes on in our couimunity4and unless jtls stopped s jnijjbiKfl is gOHig to tiivd himself lull off lead some of thee morningsi J C Valley HillIIr NewsJs scarce this week but j- ewa hare iplenty tof cold weathcr and the fitvnieis think they will nLIdoneMrs Thomas ReCL is qui cilJ at this writing t Daniel TCellyA isnt bettor iat this linje v Mien Imogene Goatley is quite ill pf lagrippea Elijah Simpson has removed t5 tlje falniof f Erasmus Derringer whe he will cultivafe a crop this year he also pur chased a mule from Sam Tucker for41 v Hez Cutsinger qf near Moores vile Is quite ill of the measles t Miss Mable Tucker isi also illtMr janes Snider a wtll l a 1Iconsurnp ion Sal pork is a famous old fashioicd remedy for conj unipt1onEat plenty of porkwas the advice to the consumptive 50 a dI pa years ago Saitj pork is good if a man canstjoriiach it The idea behind it isi that fat is the food the consumptive needs most S ScottsEmulsionisthemod erii method of feeding jfat to the consumptive pork too rough for sensitive stomachs Scottij Emulsion is th jnost rcfiuicdofl fats especially jjrepaicd for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which is often the only wtys half tile battle hut Scotti Emulsion does more than that ThC1clS some tjhingi Fajjoiit the combination of cod liver oil arid hypophos1 jshitcs siIn Scdtts Jmul ion tfliat puts ncv life intO the jveak parts and has fa special ictionon tlc diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure thai this picture in the rin a label it on the vrapIe rof very boHl of tiiiubion joalb- uySCOTT 5BOWNE CHEMISTS C9PeariSti N Y 5ocancl ij all dniggistsi known1 and respected citizen of this place di d Sunday nignt af tot aJnl tunes The dece sd was about 70 sears I ago He has always led a Christian Uef and was a faithful frttI1eIa bB- nevoldnt brother aJ1da dutiful- husband There are several Children jlo survive him JJis re Imlitis were interred4in the cern etery 9t FdirvieV iinj Anderson c ULtj Tuesday The family has thpssympathy of the entire cjmminity in tleir bereaveme t Iguess the Liiscy corrcspcrid cub hjas forgotten the NEWS LEADERiasthey havent hind a letter Ion a long time Litsey is j l ilewjpy place and ve would Jike Placereqrvjdbctojf of whom they bavtint said anything aboutt and J donttII see why they should hot bo vers proud of him I guesS tha they mire afraid he will doj ike Drs II1eneJPenr Readers as our correa ip ndent fiom this place has fiiled towrite I wilijsend iin a few lijties Vu jtre sorry indeed tOr kilo w that hoiuts left ou- imlstas Wiar p ahvaifs lad to h OJlllim vithLIs ajnd to re dj ilVlsftih lettors j j Nr C C Fosterl spent iasti jSuidUy in WilUbburgJ Mr Fos IIi his unnoutijgud hiriisnlf can t diUlii for inatri uonyund kindly il slrs he lielp and support of dliio of u ukixJr wki i dlet us tYlt Jtiis Ictri IlrtffiGbaLtmle IJy said lexvas Abject to the actions Itt of ailcind Jrparipd vpiwan hopet niuu tiiciy wiujiw r u uu leI Lfst kndithU his oluojlion is s ndl fuir JV vatinetfr will Itie vorlcprosper we CaiVlfnake SOnIC oio or more happfl and iiouclof tftis order Tljj baby oftCubert Thompson was jal1ed to the throne oi Go I the wentieth yof tiiis montb The child w sijoiing iin years Its f a rents and rieilds grieve jth2 less of this JDiie MrromHumes his given up estlEeatflls Wc hope to hen from our cor I resju ndent soon and otlers lsoII doll1llnYtI r4m4ii Letthisbe time duty of onbandalv4 Jirnuc Acttii Vnsllittitlit LZKtaSNl l lU tflfe for Srnpc nrowora aii n IWMS Uu i fair possIbiHticj The Asjcrcfln Cmpe Lcd association ofI leutI it lflrR i2i1KJ for tinu tffonKjS with the right to use IL l whkrl KWixs eonjfiniiiK over 20 pUjrr ccutiijacrknriot aiul vnhtcrl at 10 ton itjn be turii tll lute tnvtnrlc acid a Ip11 ip whlrlji wllj ptenuit exportation ltkcHt losBlIc t is a spltndlil 1Ifranl for JDKIC jLlrtinlst who the mjomty lOm11eU ton will rcctlve tIe pijatitxidc Qt the grape growers of iLo IticJiJc coast states It Is aiID pro jpoacd to uHIis e tIiL acid in the residue froailpiipos prcaarjd for win This prepeiJy UUatetl also makes CllrIH1J antl c1esmlOr fartar As great market for these prou ncts in Ue rnited Stated the Impor tance of utilizing grape neld for the purpose is mparent Orange Judd rarujer r c00 Sole Agents for 1 Old Hickory knd Studebaker Wagons Headquarters Quantity r J McCLLR J WELLS t i DEALERS IN JIn Bllggies 3 ImplementsS Grain and 1 Field Seeds WTC handle Buggies all grades to siiiit the piircliaser Agents for the celebrated ColumbuQBugv qaUandexmpineOllr extensive line fHarnessi QolIars pv Work Gear Buggy Eobe andHfese hltlkets A v I rll fL ttJ Cash Paid fpV t 11IDESSaild FURS 1 1 J +THE BEST COTTON rcsIt of Merit lu cleclf a Variety iof Cotton For Plantlitir thlgb VieIi of Hut Is un loubtodly df high merit This 1is to bePtlCfltllfltll r oxpectietl since iiiIi jhe iiertcntngo yjelil f lint varictip5vthc yield f seed cotton per sjere being the shine dflTerTjfJ tsbeduise of greutec vallie tier pound of the mujh IIs in ngreomont rilh tlte iuhtr that a largt per higlijuieritjudge a variety byiKperceHtnge yield nf lint alone beiiajiusi some vairietie imvesSxxl in tbii regard iiietl iiateruilly in otherirespi A inrge boiled Variety is to be pre1 ferral in Goorgia and tills is s not iiuiply Jechtise the HSti show tIil tinfight of the nine ycai the better half md time largest boljs on an avenige uit or the very JJlnctlallcmon that larcjc bolls may S11 ruiu be harvested more rapidly Nor wil a selection based jnlone on the SZQ of the bolls be at ullj reliable apd yetI have known of most IfAbnlmis elaluis of pro length aiuf fineness of ucfhClWSI to iTsIst storms etc to be a variety that hart n thluglIut ifits bHs to recoirtmend itv The sizl of tthe seeds seems not tj1G veiy significant Although the iidvan jIj none tie loss ItiTint in case of a late spring anti espe cially wJien followed by an early frost lu the fairari earljt niatnrJng variety likely to give tire larger yield Of jccrtirso in the norlberri part of the Cot jton belt osjMiglally vfn high lit mutl4 is con aponie 1 lit high altitude an onrly vaHoty is to pe preferred There arc some other characteristics fn vaViety that rainy properly be takpn uhf nctQ1 nt One pf these is the distri bution pf the tbranchps of the plant niil ihe Itolls on these branches My long observation leads iUlt to express the jeonylctfoll thsrt thi plant In its general should bo rather pyramidal In form the branchcjs being set close to fsich other on it stout stocky main sicia and sortenig regularly toward the apex or the ttop of the stem Tlie cltvstcr boiled varittlos have nothing to riYoniinpiHl them are djccidetlly ob jrctlouijfei The jlosely touching halls JtliuQr CromljtrnShpeculiar tto the cluster cottons adding to this diffijcalty Tli ijropfr practical jise to be made of theOnt11Si0l1IJ1Iefld jls In the scl l1OfEtl frqfn the maturing cot t 11ct stalks in the ffeld lint agree As far as niity fe In thi characteristics that toIJt fjntaln vnriKjr of cotton that it gofer jally ylclfls a maximum value of laiiil s 5JJAy inyjl eek no further IiiIfs the variety CorlIiiP1 J l c GeorjaIii Farm hull Ilanch Their frnftj Vay nit linvt Co you laA ook when yon live In tlio sjibiirbs- III tlmiit1 tti dlsjharjre her every day aul iIIyI does fllscharge her tacji week BroaUyu Life w Tty rUealth 222 South Tcoria St Cmucco ILL Jet 7 Eight months apo I was ill that I wda compeiicd to lie or sit Myjthat I could keep nothing on it and I vpmitcd frequently I couldl not urinate without great pain and I cunhcdsomucli that my throat anu lungi were raw pronounced consumptionIt they called it and I hal ro de siro to live A sister ristcdana from St Louis and asked md if I had ever tried Wino of Cardui I told Iher I bad not and sho iQugKt d bottl I believe that iteavedroylife bclievemany women could save much suffer ingif tl1 y but know of its value Dntlkou wuht r doruftom 1l1intJake Wino of Cardui and make cue supreme effort to bo well You do flot need to bo a sufferer You can hav0 a vrOinans health and doavoE work hi me Why not secuire a bottle of Wino of Cardjuip from your druggist tO- day WIN EiCRDUII i J r for alt FARM SURPLIESE YSciaitsof SPRntGFIELDKr PhoiieNo20THE f t AMEdCATf ApnicrttTKiST the great rural Journal of the IIEast and South Is the best and most practical of Its klud FOR Rfl uu YEARS U haa been the one accepted uthor Tnn ipitir Jt mmairuii3 Its supremacjr as the old reliableIn all that pertains to farm practice slid thought Itl3thoino3tirelcomer3bllcatla to procresalvo farmers la the Uddlo State and the South THE J7 due to the value ot its general aml special editorial features andjollcy Of no less relsht the absolute reliability of Its nand advertlsementj FREE YEARBOOK AND AIM AHAC llsubecriblng- I once as lowrr are poitpi4 with the AiiEniCAS Apni CLLTUUIS1Y1r itooz aufAracAAc for ll This threat Work la a CciapfdU of Progress icud Events Ijithe Wor1dA rlct Caldfi Complct ll uc A Treuj of IlotuthoU and Frofnu It Is also ALANACfCa1e4r JlttODOJntD Iiuu for ii ei aaik etc 1fa ther Ymaet for each month i A SAMPLE COPIOf Atrleaa JJIkaartol till tenined you bj ajareisfnz ilDD OJUA1f iUafal Pb Trka1l a to i f J I l Dalies easy the bowels and stomach stops t j I- Ii S 3 gave him up Owens Pink Mixture this ftnre T LIV Kj taclc CO C J of j + YTI to etc 1 r l J ban and Me A of Baxter Tablets re in j are sure in action tWe sell CpalJn Any from l r e J Torllad DisdllarrOws OJirer ChulIdd PIos s EADEt IJXERICAttn AGRICULTURIST PRESTIGEttEnIcAAonzevLTvuIsr1gpat ohInt L1 IOO IOQ Year Book and Almanac 59 FQR teething regulates SnaSi r FARMER rl nccdithlitoonulotcanie it will hop to mike 4 lonrJlultcovcia LlV DairyStoct Horticulture Poultry VeterlnamySFloriculture Apiary J Entomology Howto Buy Howto Sell I EVERY HOME needithllotirnibeaneI sad amEE 1toyemths KttchohSDlHIneW Room Parlor Fireside Sewlng Roam JheStudyFor Old Youne Married r Our SPECIALJ Offer IewsLeacjer Af1erican Agriculturist r Cr Price For All 135 CHILDREN jiIi awaywhale= seemeabe= aaycnqyghIt hi I 150 I itnalae without 3T AL ZTT jf ZScuJS4chtiiea oa ertr pIcw Z C i Co fC Kj fltadory INIHoaenuaple and book free address THE FL6YDMEDICrNB DETROiT IFLOYD DYSPEPSIA TABLETS tKlSf ttZl IFor sale by Haydon Pharmacist Rare Opportunities PORA i Capitalists Investors Homeseekers-a alongtho lines the c iii rfat and MOUNTAIN j v ROUTE + o Sreait Southvest System Direct lines Missouri Kansas Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana and Tex sT Jll Through Pullman Sleeping an4 Free Kecliriinff Chair Cars Homeseekers fcxcarsfoas lint and third TBtsdcyji f1cacI mentk Descriptive literature mips ftjlders on application C TOWNSEND ws MATTJlEWS 1 Gonul rossenger anti Ticket Agent TraveUnuiaxseng- cr4gentsiLouis1 LOUISIqLLE Kr betlain Lim Tablets Unequalled COliStip1I3ll RKane a prominenti drug gist Spring Kansas says CharnberJalria Stomach and LIver my j dtcement the jinand with no tcndC 1Ja1 B EVERY t ThFieId and Slneie MICH for iSAN-Sth r Cast Rheumatlsimct re by Ciiamberins Pafn Maimt Thepefficacy tof ChambcriaiH pain fatfsnlSist t elt1 hintChamez1ainsPinlflaInti jtheand be would riot be whith6pt itFQr ab by C jAajifefi I 7- v c r DRJJ I BURTON T RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED VITHOUT PAIN OFFICE Hagan Block up sjalrs SPRINGFIELD KY AH Dental Work Strictly j Firstclass t0 R J H LAMPTON iOFFIOE In Opera House 1F 1 DILsS JJSMOCK SPlUNGFIELDi KY J OFFICE Dr Rineharts for j mer offices over Peoples Deposit t Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pm WFGR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank V SPRINGFIELD KY p MWHYATT MD 1SPRIbTGFIELD KY Omce in Peoples Bank3ui1ding- Telephones Resit1en 93 a f office 95 JOHN Y1 MAYES a t FUtERAL DIHtCTOR 1 AND EMDAMR I rr TELEPHON- EDAY19NIQHT74 SPRINGFIELD IT + L a HHave YouHHaulingH g t TCp DCjTf so call up J L ALLEN at the Depot i FREIGHT ftDTRUIKS Hauled Furniture Moved and anything in the hauling line done Jcareiully and at reasonable test PHONE 22II i Eubarrnia1ng The Squlres Pretty Daughter exam Inlng the village school Now chll dreu can you tell me what a miracle lis t The children looked at one another jut remained silent tau no one answer this q eston7 the new curate asked who was stand lug behind the squires daughter A little girl was suddenly struck t with a brilliant Idea She held up her Vand excitedly 4vcii Nellie the squlrcs daughter asked smiling approvingly Please miss the small child re plied breathlessly mother says twill be a miracle If you dont jnarry the new pratei London Globe fIJlccofcncil It This smiled the fond young Iwlfe as she passed a plate of dessert to her hnsbnnd isi cottage pudding I made It myself The man tasted of It pudIYes I can taste thd plaster and the wall paper What did you do with the shingles and the bricks of the culm A neyrJudge The Sweet GIrl Kittle Paul toldme last evening I I wasthe prettiest girl he ever saw Bessie Oli thn ts nothing He1 said the same 10 me last year J Kittle I know dear but his taste may have Improved since then you knowBoston Transcript A Cenorouj Spirit Henry I want 2 tbSi morning I What fdrr Mu4t I account to you for every penny ji spend I doVtt insist upon knowing about every penny When its les than a j nickel you can bunch If Cleveland Piain Dealer rNot Until Then IWhn may a woman be said to be married happily J1t Not until she has bad the pleasure of refusing sevcra l meo Detroit Free Press EarlyRisers r TIEFAHOU5 LITTLE PILLS jl For quick relief from BIHoiunes Stk Headache Torpid Liier Jau- dr J dice Dizziness and all troubles aris ing from an inactive or sluggish liver DeVitt LtttU Early Risers are un Si equalled They act promptly and never grip They are so dainty that tfc a pleasure to take them One to two act as ia mild laxatlvs two or four act asa pleasant are effective cathartic They are purely vegetabl and absolutely karmlM They tonic fee liver iaaD OrT aT LC DaWitt fc Co CKica o iiH JI TOWN I ii W ito mnro OO OOW Local Ifappenlrigs of Interest iThe Freshest and Latest a iAll About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances flM q 9q Northern seed potatqes at i AShaders Lent Gods of all kinds at C WEans neanned Corn still gees at IGc at the Racket I l1 Iure country 0 iW Hagan s Iorihumjat Bring us y pro duce Hagan J Fresh fish and1 Oysters at T- It Vine McEIrov j Sit A full line ofj cannedgoods at H M OlNans grocery Try our N Y tull1 cream heese T Irvine MqElroy A stock of Groceries that is freshind new 1at Hagan Bros Try a five pound bucket of tDNahs special1 roasted coffee Only a dollar Try our puIe N 0 Sugar for making syrup 5c a pound T Irvine Mcelroy t hy notake our produceto C W llagan and get the bst market p icet fIThe picest nee of Queens iwareever brought fco Springfield Hagan BrosIt Leave your order forl Carpets with W E Leachman No charges for making You can buy 22 pounds of good brown sugar for One Dollar aj ONans gro etyrWhy not bring your Produce to the Racketand get the highest marke rice for it See our five and ten cent counter Many useful articles for a small price Hagan Bros We are agents for Fratts Poul i try Food for all kinds of stock and fpvls Campbells Racket LdSTA rejcl steer calf Re ward for its r turn to iLUTHER BURNS Dont faUto see our Iron BdsandSprings and get our prices before you buyat the Racket L Evaporated peaches ajnd apples hominy flakes Victor pats mackeral and white fisb at J A Shaders L Go to Lejichuians Furniture Store and select your Carpets made to fit your ble no cost roomrltro Mr Pj Thomas s gone to Liouisvllle and other points tuI purchase a stdck of geieralrne- rcbaise In fact thereis nothing we dol not keep and when it comes toI atIirvineJf youneecl some rice Furni ture Pplish to dress up an old bed or bereau corne to the Rackettand pet va bottle at 25c J FOR SALE surrfev Jn class condition EPq dire of firslI t Di MW SpringfleldKy FOR SALGOOd yellow seed Corn at 1J50 ptr bushel R A THOMPSON Fred rickstowny KyV Dbntfcgetwehave a tele phone if you are in need of anv thing in oir line call us up Campbells Racket r Mr F M Vowells of Lebal non who iijs conducting the Box Ball game at the bowling alleys says that the game is increasing popularity and is a favorite in Springfield 4Hew is this fora good offer- The NE SLBADER and t h Daily Louisville Herald for one year and 4 gotfd mall box all for 850 Open for a limited time Appry at ihe NEWS LEADER I Miss Regina Mahoney a well known and popular young lady of the county died at the ome of Lee f 4L fro Smith oti Tuesda3 morning of 4ropsy She had been a school teacher of the county for several years and had many friends She was a sister of1 MrWil1 Mahoney the well known trayelin man The fun eral took place att St Rose yesterday mcrninff The s leof town real estate 0 J TOPICS MM I belonging to S B Thompson = took place en Saturday afternoon as advertised and there were quite a number of bidders on hand The properly consists of the lot facing on Main Cross street and ie t ndlng from the alley South of Mainstreetto the town branch including the old Rawlings House the new livery stable occupied by F W Si rams Coyand the lumber yard of the Sringneld Lumber Co Af ter lively competiop in the bidding the property was knocked off to Mr T W Simms Sr at 5374 Mr Thompson also fold at public outcry at the sam time his fine young Chester Dar mare Mr John K Wall pur chased the animal at 81156 Prompt Payment I f Mr John Shuck McElroy toe wellknown local insurance man arid agent for the Home Insurance Company which carried risks on the build ings Of St Catnerine recently destroyed by fire delivered to the Mother Su perior last week drafts amount ing to 4156524 which is tile total amount of the policies cr ned by the Home Insurance Co oif that property The prompt ness with which this loss was paid is quit0 commendable and is I one more bit of evidence off the admirable business method- of the Home Company which iis I the largest and most substantial I insurance company or America John Shuck McElroy whose of fide isin Springfield is the localI agent for the Home and risks placed with him may bq consid ered absolutely safe Have Bou hf Ground The sisters of St Catherine lhave made a purchase of a siteI for the building of the new conI vent and academy The farmIS 7of Mr Isaac Curry jjust below town and west of the Faith gjounds has lbeen boughtand new buildjogs will be erected on a beautifull Iccation oil it The L N railroad iuns throughI the property and tlw place has many advantages The sistersI are now consulting architects and cpntracturs but have not an nounced their plans as to the size or extent of the buildings to Jbethe citizens of SpHrgfield to wards the site will amount to about S4 000 and the town is to be congratulated in having such an institution located so near its t borders t Coutt Convenes l The regular term of Circuit Court cpnvenefl here on Monday with Judge Charlie Patterson on the bench and the usual number of attorneys present Mr R L Durham the new commonwealths attorney doliyed the instructions to the jyand jjury which were of a very vjgorous nature HeI called the attention of the j men to various violations of the law which he informed them itt Was their duty to enquire intoj imlIportancel done on Monday beyond organ izing the juries and on Tuesday court met only to adjourn until yesterday After the trial of one or two small cases on yesterday t the the Commonwealth agaicastof She vmaker for mur der ana both sidesI announced Teady As we go to press the jury to try tbat case iis being made up The following compose the pettit jury C M Bringle Davis Kays Anderson Holderman J W Reynolds Hundly West JrI John CvEdelen William Lowe lEd Grace T J Settle Henry Graves H M Atiberry Reuben Bottom pWinsatt J A HaldinII Joe Campbell Ben C F Mudd C R Cheathatn R B Hatcfiett James Shields Carrolll Kelley S Noel George West Robert Parrott The grandjury is made up as follows W F Bottom John W Hughes W B Rudd W S YGoodlet James Milburn Thomas Duncan E E Wakefield Richard Gardner J M Stewart S M May es James M PinkiThmas Nowton 65c Only 55c Will buy you an allwool ingrain Carpet made to fit your room at Leachmaris Furniture Store Take the NEWSLEADER 1l I I F 4 ONE PAIR OF EYESTo time and still you neglect and abuse them Your Eyes Mayweed Attention j Need it badly Why dont 1 j iiyou give it to them You j put it off from day to day Do vou know the risk you run Every days delay means added danger to your health and t Eyesight We provide Glasses to meet verydefect of vision and our charges are moderate vNoi Charge for CpnsiiJtation 1 c Fb RUSS LLII j Maui St H H noeo- DENTISTOFFICE RlXBBAKT B ItDU Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY FERSUNA 1 Mr WTNcEIrOY was iu Danville ttie uiftof the week Misses Annie and Willette Mayes are visitingi in Lebangn this week Mrs Williams has gone on a business trip to Louisville and Indianaplis Mr John Shuck McElroy is in Harrodsburg adjusting an insurance loss sMr John McChord and son spent Sunday herevithMr and Mrs Phil McChotd Miss Yeola BroWne has re turned from an extended visit to relatives near Bloomtield MrsT D Wells entertained at Fiinch Tuesday visningjn honor of her sisteriniOW Miss Wells r 4 t Mrs Charles Ament has ro turned to her home in Elizabelh town after a visit to her brother J LAllen Mr and Mrs John Buster of Mercer county were here the first of the week at the home of Dr RoBards Ms Andrew Cunningham has returned hcme after several weeks spent at McCbord Infirma ry of Lebanonv Mr B H Hatcher of Hatcher Ky was hero the firstof tlle week and attended the fale of ersey cattle near Lebanon Tuesday Joe Claybrooke and sister Miss Jennie returned from a trip to Frankfort and to Keene Ky At the latter place they were enter tained as jneinbers of a house party at the home of Miss 31eve Land J The Seasons Great Offer You want the most reliable ijeAding matter obtainable during this Presidential year The tiouisvillh Herald and the NEWS Leader meet your requirme nts IYou can secure The Louisyillo J Daily Edition for one year three hundred and thirteen issues and the NEWSLEADER for 250 The Heralds reputation for fair and unprejudiced politicall l news is well kViown Those who are Republicans and Democrats and those who tire neither can besure to obtain frdm its col umns truthful reports of all po iitical happenings The dffei statcdabove is the best proposi lion ever made to he people of this community it is the low est price ever asked for a metropolitan newspaper in conbina tion with our own During the yCar10O4 you will want to keep postedto the minute happenings and youonpolittcal1 afford to pay the this information This offer is made but for a limited time It nay be withoil drawn without notice Here is certainly a bargain T kead vantage of it Subscribe now Send mqney to the NEWSLEAD EH Spri ftcldINearly Forfeils His Life A runaway almost ending far tally started a horrible ulcer on thq leg of JB Orner Franklin Grbve Ill For four years It defied all dpctors and all reme dies Buo Bucklens Arnica Salve h dno trouble to LUrE him Exually good for BuDs Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at C J Haydons drug Store OA txODEA J B earaiboa Km 7 wS seElEB eBa1m GREAT FIRES TN THE u S B m ftThemagniitudo m morin this country since he iR year iooo mNewCharleston York City Dec 16 1835 53Oudings4 15OOOf00 m m iR 5000000New6COC000Pittsburffi m 10000000SanI 5000CQOIm II 1801 gen ral 7000000 m Portland ltIe C 1O000OCOC lI i90000000IooooooiT15000000V4+ 5100000 Vwi MilwaukeeWli Oct 1892 230 ouUdirfg3 jL 5000000 Hoboken NJ June I s000cooIhAPatterson N J Feb 9 40Qll SH 10000CJoL76o000000cJt m i triow M COSt mt1 BostonContinental twas 800000 while t1 atBaltimoreJ havetIi tqI f cpmp 60Id0 had W WhichcJW t 1 plus Of over nine million These two great companies are represented by John Shuck McElroy at Springfield and anlt1 gtEtEtEtEEm1313 13 3INSTALLED AS PASTOR Inigressive Installation Services At the Presbyterian Church On last Sunday moning in response to the instructions fr ra Transylvania Presbytery Rdv Dr T D Lalinler was duly ahd formally installed as pastor Qf the Springfield Presbyterian churchi There was quite a large con gregation Preserltandthe servii ces were impressive througho Rev Dr A SMottett of Leta t non presided and preached ian ihextHim thati Sent me While it is Yet Day for the night Cometh At the close of Dr Moffetts remarks he propounded the constitute ial- questioiisto the pastor and to he cnn cr rp cm nn Rev SV T7 Overcstreeb no was expected tfa deliver the charge to the pastor was unable to be present and that duty devolved on Rev BM Shive of Campbellsville who read from thescripture the Apostle Pauls charge tto bisoni Timothy with the remark that he could not im prove on that admonition Rev Shive then deyated his remarks to the subject assigned to him that of delivering the charge to the congregation This duty he performed ina very forceful manner and plainly stated the obligation of a people to their pastor und urged upon them the necessity or concientiously ful tilling that obligation Rev Shivds remarks were very much to the point and delivered in an impressive manner At the close of the services Dr Moffelt bv the authority of the Presbytery formally pronounced Dr Latimer to be the regular pastor of the church 4 CASTORIA-I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnatko of ctfNice Homesifor Sale If you contemplate rnoving to- towntogo into business or to educate your children call onus We have some irice town and suburban property for sale and can suit you Prices reasonable EARGY NEIKIRK Phone 121 5fr Joimal 5tory For Uttls Folks The Roosters Advice Tommy tsiti trouUfe Tommy was 1also In bed for his trotiljle was It bro ken wristt bronzht On bv hitting the ground too hH when be fpH out of the tipple tree UeWus lylrf on his white pillow and Imunlng of thv good times the boys WiTcrhaving oitsldc when the door opeftod and to hfe great amuse went Hi walked Tack the old rooster He was carrying a big book under his wing and lie cauitf straight for the bed Tommy felt like crying out with mingled fear and surprise ns hot saw Jack bop up on the table beside him buthls voice seemed to be stuck some whore dowiti In his touiqcb Jack said nothing but pulc3 o big paleof spec Jaclea from beueth his other wing and opened a large book of notes Tow mys eyes bulged What re youjwtfng to dp ieasfc USE THIS COUPON TOFAT 1S4 Druggistst Wood s Camp bell Take j all Risk of Mibna Curing DyspejD sia and Increasing the Weight Qlf you are weak siqklyi thin pale tired and troubled with indigestion take advantage of the following cou pon offer and get 3 monthly treat ratnt of Mionafrora Wood Clamp bell the Weilknqmi jrugg1 I CQUPQN This coupon entitles any reader of I purIc ntepriceof undedin cue it does not increase the weiglit a nd cure stomach troubles We as- inie all therislf and Miona is ab s jlutely free unjess it gives satisfac toil Wood Campbell WE rAKE AIIJ RISK prigiti thetriskanddoes not have to pay a penny unless the tre 1tmentIburesdyspepsia arid and gives an ii1ccacin weight As an evideuc of good faith fifty cents should be deposited with Wood Campbell when getting a box of Mio na and they wilf glye a signe re ceipt to refund thQ money if the treat tiient flails Yon certainly can affprd to bepi the user of Jliona today on these terms 1 tcd timiaiy Going to read you a few helpful rules for climbing trees Some from my own valuable iperlence l said Jack winking one ctc and turning the pates with his clays Ht yqtr will clltfitl trees you should know how to do It This certainlY Is queer thought r TOltlir ifELT LIKE cnYKb Tommy Tucj Idea of a roost r teach ing me tLet us see said the rooster read ing Birds jof a feather fiockuo thats not Iti It Incases of pip be sure toW Ahl lerejlt Is Trees llylng up into Jack looked wise that Tommy couldnt keep pack a smile Rule lSquat firmly on hotbJi clawsIBut I have no claws interrupted Tom Thats sov Jack assented Well try ngnlpi Rule 2 Then spread your wings out wide fBut I hav0 no wings said Tomny Thats very true said Jack put ting his head first on one side anjl then on tile other ti hadnt thought of that Rule 31bcn bold your tall out straight Here Tommy burst out laughing I never ha JJ tiny tnUt be giggled Jack scratched his comb au thou bt for n moment I have JU he cried Rule 099 Men and boys that haye no claws wings jot tall should never climb trees That meetS tour ease Tommy Take my advlcej aiid dont saying which be jumped to th6 loor ant van ished Tommy rubbed Ills eyes SL Louis TosjtiDUpatclK The oornlljOne of the greatest surprises for a countryman olibls first visit tonblg city Idfio learn Mat the floorwalker does not own tho stoVe Danville Ill Com mercial News In Australia with the exception of the dingo or wild dog there Is no beast ofpreyS LL Wi iw i liwiliiiillwiti Wi ijiij iWi Wf 1 1JrD It f Iw w 1 A Are best that 4skilledproduce Perf1et t t fittirig They th9 iigh17tii f ijjgBeautifully Tjiey price f to4inMercerized tn1 i I They also come ini I Silks 8450 utor I S a IOUTh received lull line of these Pe j f and would be pleased toj sho aYeJustl to you We have also reG f new Ijliisliii Underwear r 4 iJ J J All Winter Goods said at aacrifice id make room from for SpVing Stocks Jg ESS ROBERTSON BROS rLj 4 1IIIfIIItIIIifItIIIM y l m r JOHN ST McElRQY y INSJJRANGEVv A6f4 v Life Fire Tornado tf I t tl QFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK t r t r During my absence frpm office W FG1byor- GeorgeNeikirk t will attend toaflY 14 utess for me r V i 1tti r l Remember that the j SPTNGFIELb ri LUMBER OkuP- r V Jan dle everything in l the wtyf f BUILDINGMATERAtllLT i mbb i i Rough and IreSs dIL Mn any quantities i t l If you have building qqo g tiuy prices We can give you estitoateS qr buildings complete or can furnish ylpi ljhet material at lowest prices T 1 t 1 Yards and office neal depot j Telephone 39vlSpFiINGFIELE KY r Home Tobacco Iarebowlo r INCO PORATEDi NOT IN THE COMBINE j j j Daily Sales Prompt Relurri I 4 Mohfhg Storage Free 828 826 and 828 West Main Street Louisville Ky Sam Sullivan and J w Sullivan Ants r s 1Irf THE HOME HOUSE isdoin a nice business now and jevery Tobacco Grpwer should patronize it It was foiced qujastyear by the combine and is the only i n dependte1ri6hoiise inttbei cityV Mark your Hhds HOME HQlfSE V Axiv t lh f L TliEPLEiS SOMETHING TO SEE Theffreat Southwest invites the en tire North and East to make a tour of inspection and recreation to the prin cipal business centers lyithinitheboun nreffof Oklahoma and Indian Terri tories and Texas on Februray 16th March let or March iSjh This territory ot immensity In all things commands the attention of persojs interested iu the adranccment of the Educational Agricultureal and Manufacturing growths of ottr country Ayold the weather extremes of the North and East at this seasonof the year by talcing advantage of the opportunity afforded in the low fates effective on dates mentioned by Fris co System and Connecting Lines via St Louis and Kansas OityGatesways From St Louis to Oklahoma and In dlan Territories 860 to Texas JIOpO From Kansas City arid Memphis 16- 6Oand 800 respectively Also round trip atc of 1500 from St Louis and Kansas City to Texas on above ddicjs with liberal stt over priVi1e es The Frisco System has four trains daily from SL Louis and Kansas CitY Union Statiohs to the Southwest W AflTED Men or women local representative for A high class magazine Large commissions Cash prizes Write JN Train eir 80 East Washington Square N w York N y J thieMIAdlOIllIb Owe For Oomii CoN aMl OrtiiM p II 1 ftt the i hay range in 1 from II fi Sat 3 J it fSTIS HIE GOMfORf t LINpf v Ftim RECIJINM cttAERoiefflis itti v ON THE POP IrAR J HNERSIRQUTV I v BETWEEN r LOUISVILt ST OUIS THE WEST AND i SOUTITIWEST L As we are the origriators ofPreQ Kechninsr Chair Oar Serriceh4r j l ween Louisville and Sk Louis Dont you think it ould py you you in traveliqg to OFs the Hendtrson Route Habiti It will us ASKySAUTtT- L J IRWiN GEOI G1TT Gen p Agiit T SLQUISVILLE KY r i I t Early I f= = NftIsiUIs I M+90H+X r + I neoGoiia + ++ + + + + I4I I I t5heI Gentleman I l I + From t Indiana ii- t Qv BOOTH TAiziGxO Iiio S Cpyrh1v 1999 ty Deteiltday fSL McClure Co t + Cofyrlfkl 19O2L by McClar TJdIlipj Co + H t t 11101 H +SSI AjJ1itiilIIIlillUIUl i ftirHdklri U8ly It has been such t pleasure to meetyou Thank i foTwYlnir my ute It TOUI r fiecf of you Indeed Yes in the mom t iiijf Good night good night He c iiook laiBds with alt of them Includ Ig Mr Todd who was going with hIm He laughed all the way home and Wil HUB walked at his side In amazement Ti Herald building was a decrepit ojltra structure on Main street It once been u small warehouse and al BOW sadjy In need of paint Close 1Jy Adjoining ItolU a large blank looking yard stood a llow brick cottage over 4 wbicla ibe second story of the od ware Iieue leaned la an effect of tipsy at fection that had reminded Harklessr I ben he first saw It ot an old Sunday J school book woodcut of an Inebriated p I parent uoder convoy jof a devofed child The title to these two buildings andi the blank yaiu had been Included In tie purchase of the Herald had the s1 cotttfce was the editors home- There was a light burning upstairs Ja the Herald office From the street a broad tumbledown stairway ran uiis on the outside of the building to wcond floor anl at the stairway rail lug John turned and shook his cow pasion warmly by the hand Good night William he said Itt Siplucky of you to join in that muss tpBLjht I shant forget t jest happened to come along re f ruled the other awkwardly Then with a portentous yawn he aked IAlnt ye goin to bPdT NofParker wouldnt allow Well observed William with an other yawji which threatened to exr jtose tke veritable soul of him t dknow bow yo stand 1L Its closte 04 11 oclock Good night 1 John went up the steps slngliij I aloud For tonight well merry merry be For tonight well merry merry be and stopped on the sagging platform at the top Of the stairs and gave the moon good night with a wave of the hand and friendly laughter At this it suddenly struck him that he was twen ttynine years of age and that he had laughed n great deal that evening laughed and laughed over things not In the least humorous1 ilike an excited 4schooboythaklii a first formal cuu that he had shaken hands with MJsp k llrlsco when he left her as If lieshould never see her again thathe had taken Miss Sherwoods hand twice iu on very teinpordry parting that he Ijiadj shaken the Judges hand five times and William four Idiot he cried What has hap Ipened to meV Then he shook his fit c nt the moon and wont into wok lie thought CHAPTER V ISiRE bright sun jbf circus lay I j shone IInto Harkless window and he awoke to find himself smiling For a little while lie llay content drowsily wondering WIT ho smiled only knowing that tbciV was something new It was thus us- a boy he had wakened oh birthday t mornings or on Christmas or on the Fourth of July drifting happily Outiof pleasant dreams into the consciousness It Sof long awaited delights that had come true yet lying only half awake in u cheerful borderland leading happiness undefined Xhe morning brec was flutteink at 4hls window blind fa honeysuckle vine tapped lightly on the pane Birds were 1trilling warbling whistling nail from Ithe street came the tumbling of wag t 1 ootl merry cries of greeting and barking of dogs what was it made him feel so young and strong and Ilgnt 4 he rte UThe breeze brought him the smell of June roses fresh and sweet with dew and then he knew why hei had come smiling from his dreams leaped out of bed mil shouted lloudly i ZZCfl Hello Xeuophon t In answer an ancient very black darky his warpjail and wrinkled vis age showing under his grizzled haira like charred paper In a fall of pine Ashes put his head in at the door and snldt Good mawn sub Yessuh JIlts done pump full Good mawn suh I 7 A few moments later the colored man seated on the front steps of the 6cottage heard a mighty splasling within while the rafters rang with stentorian song lie promised to buy me a bonny blue ribbon IS promised to buy mo a bonny blue ribbon He promised to buy me a bonny blue ribbon To tie up my bonny hrown hnl I Ithank Dr Pierce for the kind advice he gave when I wrote to him WIam thankful to iliel aiedwiio first recpm mended your medicine writes Mrs Anuic M Brook of Smithfitld Fayctte Co Pa We bare a twelve pound babY three weeks old I tort three botUes of nyorlte Prescription before baby came SOd the time wee only one 4 Lour sad a Have had five children and t before this always had cerere time tasting two or three days aad never woe able to do any work for about two muuths flfl rwnnj Now I MyfaleadFnorittJchild was born the time of suffering was very i short She has better health now than aincs her marruffire some years ago We cannot praise Dr Pierres medicine enough J thank br Pierce for the kind ndvicc he gave when I wrote to him Whenever I see other women Mtffertnr I tdI then about your wonderful redidae The bcseita resulting from a consultn f 5thoa by letter with Dr Pierce are testified toby thousands of grateful women who S5A have bees made new women by his med ieal advice and fatherly counsel given bsolutely without cost or feeiespeciallytboMisvjted to coiwult Pr Pierce by letter 4S frtc Alll correspondence is lucid as strktiy private medaacredlv confidential tt k Add ss DrX V Pierce buffalo N Y istLely dneskellMatioRalldcures female weak 5it 0 RIM 1tiIi the beet trporative for 4 enky giving the moth strength to babysSpabdessTJ ion cOn trJM leqhri 1tdie wrtirelyfree from t pimke c iiMjad all other narcotics neOftease Medical Adviser sentfiWbSeS rer M HC riihiig mily Address fX fV fkicc Iwffaioi 1fv + 4r Oh dent what ca the matter b mnuerbeJrJohnnies so long at the tnlr The listeners jjp w dropped rtnd his troulh opened nhd stnyed open jlHIm r- Ifo muttered fatally SingInr Well the old triangle knew thpmuslc of our trEuI How the peaceful senjlsolo woulJ tremble In his bed sniis the editor iltiniio lutccoine it exclaimed the lId man hut bless Gnwd le young mau bappy A thought truck him smldlohI end h scratched his head Maybe bo go awsijV 1le quer lulfausly What become of Zcn1 the splashing ccqstnl but not aj1 voice vwbJeb struck Into a noble chorus Oh niy I iwd said Hie colored man 1I pray you listen at dntlrISoldltrs marching up the stre t They keep the time They look sublime Hear them play Die Wacht am JRholu They call It Schneiders bat TralaialaIpl The length of Main street and all sides of the square resounded with theI rattle of vehiafes of every kind Sfnce earliest dawn they had been pouring In to the village a long processJoii on ev ery country rod Th niri was full of exhilaration cvjprybody was laughing and shouting and calling greetings for Cartow county Was turning utand from far and near the countrV peopl- eeamenay frojn over tthe coujity line and clouds ot dust arose from every highway nijd swept ffthoroughtnrcnnd sprinkling their eomiiig jtonthict work with he town r hllldU1it tiaidlucl tiny Jo lllrcnkj water cart since the morning stars were bright but he might as clll have wa tered the streets with his tears which Indeed when tuc farmers began to come In Ivrlu ing Jheir cycloics of diist lie drew nigh unto aft ra burst of profanity as futile as Ills cart Tlef wlo daq Slecr solljdelne Liebe seln hummed tIme cdLtor In tho cottage ills ipng had iakon on a reflective toncI that of ore iwho con5 a problem or musically ppiilers whIch card to piy He was kneeling before ail old trunk In ids bedchamberi Ftoui one compart mont ho took a neatly folddpaIr of duck trousersi and a light gray tweed coat froni another a straw nut with ribbon of bright colors He ojcaniined these inusinly They had lain in the trunk torn Iqngtime undisturbed H slicok the coatttaud brushed it Then liilahll the gtruipits upOn his tied end proceeded to shave himself carefully after whicH lie denned the whtJe trail sers the gray coat and rummaging In the trunk again found a gay pink era vat which he fastened ifbotithls tall collar it Iso a resurrection from tie trunk with a pearl pin He jloofc a lo lItiirQ to inige his hair with u pail rushes AVlien at lust it suited him and his dressing was complete lie sal lied forth to jitcaUfast Xeuophon stared after lilm us he went 1hlILan naiae who dat b4 exclaimetl t ondU Wh0 dat in dem pnnJinseriosV lie gone jinp de circus Ills hands fell upon iilsj knees and hej gpt to his feet rheumalJcally sh Rin his heath with foreboding Ilolnevj honej hit bald luck btHidluck sihjr fo breakfus TroubJgIluMcr Along thin square the passing of the editor in his cool equipments was a progress and were the yes uml dcp the fjiisps ofastbnlshment caused by his festal appearauco MrTlhbs and his sister rushed from tho pOStS office to stare after him He lobks Just beautiful Solomon said Miss Tfbbs- Harkless usually ate his breakfast alone nshe was the latest riser in riattvillh 9iere werff Uays In the winter when he did not reach the hotel until 8 oVJoMi This iiioriiing he fouirl ii bunch or white roses still wet witH dew npcll V ffligrawt that the whole room was fresh ajul sweet with their odor prettily arranged in a owont- lic table mind at his plato the Jarjc oilall with ii pin through the stem lie looked up smilingly and nodded at tho red fated red haired waitress who was waving n long fly brush over hits uJail Thank you Charmtyn he lulftJI Thats very pretty That old Mr Wlmby was lucre she answered anti he left word for you to look out The whole pbssetucky of Johnsons from the Crossroads passril lIs liouse this mornlnV coniln this way mid he see Bob Sklllett on the 11 square wlipp he got to toAvnjie left them flowers Mrs Wjnby sent em tuI ye I didnt bring emi Thank you for arranging thorn 8he turned even redder than she nl ways was nnd answered nothing vl orpusly darting her brush at an tm3JcInhry fly on the cloth After acettJIminutes she said abruptly Youre wel comeIThere was a silence finally broken by a long gaspinj sigh Astonished n lie looked fit the girl Her eyes wre set unfalhniuably upon his pink tie l The wand had dropped from her nerv less hand and stl stood rapt anil Im WJorjiUc Bie sfavted volptly rtJIUf Itt WALTHERS4 PEPTONIZED t PORT is simply a combinatidn of port wine and pepsinit contains no drugs or chemicals Doctors recommend it as a good commonsense tonic as q remedy for dyspepsia indigestion and kindred ailments for invalids convalecents old follFs nursing mo thersvand debilitated people geenera1ly a Two sizes 50 cts and 100 THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO PITTSBURGH PA For sale by f C J HAYDON PhnrmMtt Her 11J1CPUAlntyc goln to finish ycr coffee she asked plying her In stnmient again and bending slightly whispered Say Kph Watts is over there behind ye At a table in a far cornerfof thc roon1 a large genUcman in tts brown frock coat was quietly eating his breakfast and reading the Herald He was of an ornate presence though entirely neat sumptuons expanse of linen exhibit ed Itself bctwVcn tin lapels of his low cut waistcoat and jiii Inch of bedin mouded breastpin glittered there like aulce hedge on a snowy mountain side lit had a steady lblue eye cud it dissi pated iron gray innsUiche Tills POt sonage vyas Mr phrahn Watts who following a calling more fasUionablo in the eighteenth ceutub than In the lat tr dicades of the nintecnth htuI i ytmkei the tltisl of Carlow from his feet some three years lrerioushyat the strong request of the authorities The Herald had been particularly insistentt upon his deportation In the loon phrase Harkless lied run him out o towui5 Perhaps It was lftciuso tilL Heralds oiiKsition as tfie editor lint explained at the thnu hind been niece Jr inoml and impersonal and the ed itor had confessed to a liking for the uiiprofpsKlolal qualities of Mr Watts tisat there wvs bufa slight cinbarrnss inent when tie two enthnieii met to shijv his briMlifast finished Harkless went over to Use oUter atm extended his luind Cynthia the waitress twit her breath mid clutched the hack of a cluiir Ildwover Mr Watts made no iioicn toward his well known till pocket Instad lie rose Hushing slight ly and accepted tlic mind offered tIm u triad Jo see you Mr Watts saul the journalist cordially And also If yen are running with time rir viis and cilrvulit on tlollig business lucre today Ill ha vi you tired out of town before noon How nreuIJ Voura looking xtremclj well Nir Ilarkless answered Watts cherish no laud fIlJligs mill I never rghtIIm not liUre hi a professional witS all and I dont want to be molestetl Ive connected niyseltwitli an oHodin pany and Im lovn here to leaji overlie ground It heats poker and fantnii ill hojlotv tholslj thwe aint IS many chances In favpr ot the dealer ami In oil Its the farmer that gets the rakeofT Ive conic luck but Inan enterprising spirit this tline to qen up nnelilltll and shied light anil money in Carlow1 They told me never to show my face here again hut It you say I stay Ijjlclu r always was sure there was oil in the county and I want to prove jt for everybodys boUoiU Js1t all right My Hear fellow lauched tIre young man ijjakhif the gaihhlers hand again Jt is all right I have ahyays been Korry had to art against you Kvery thingis all right Stay and bore to Korea If yon Htenld ever you sie stidi orious wezithuei Ill let you in on some snares Watts called utter him us ho tjinied away The other nodded In reply and was leaving the rooni when Cynthia detain ccl lhim by a flourIsh of her lly brush Say she sajd she always called liin- riyyoilve forgot yer flower I leonine brick maid thanked her Will yen ijln It on for me CharniionV dont know what Call you got to sp ak to me out of my iTame she re sponded looking at the floor moodily AVbyV lie apked surprised dont see why yet waijt to lpake fun of me- IIIbeg your pardon Cynthia he said gravely I didnt mean to do lint I havent been considerate I lid ut think youd be displeased Iliiivcry sorry Wont you pin It on niy coat t Her face was lifted In grateful pleas Tire and she began to pin the rose tto his lapel Her hands were large andred nnd trembled She dropped the flower anti saying huskily I dont know as I could do It right seized violently Upon n pile of dishes rind hurried froiji tlie rocni Harklcss rescued the rose pinned It on his court lilnttilf with the Internal olseivatlon that the red haired wait ress was the queerest creature In the village and sot forth upon his holiday TIr Llge Wlltetts a stalwart liacli eloV the mot eKglble in Carlow1 and habitual devotee of Minnie Brlscoej Wits ented on the veranda when hark less tumwl In at the gate of the brlcl house the Indies will be down rlgh oft he said greeting the editors coo flncry with tperceptible agitation nncl thfreclltor hirasejf witha friendly slmkO liio itiu ir7iij Sujd tO Wail OUi here There was n faint rustling within the house the swish ot draperies on the stIrs ii delirious whispbrinp when light feet descend tapping to hearts that beat aii answer the telegraphic messageiiWe come We come We are near We are near Lige Wil letts stared at Harkless He hind never thought the latterwns good looking Ill lie saw hlnj step to tile5 door to mij Helen Sherwoods hand und say hVI strange low tense voice Cfobd uiqrji Ing as if he were announcing at jtlio least Every one In the world exwpt us two 1101 last nlpht It Is u soleijjn1 thing but l am vory happy I1hev walked Minnie anti Mr Wil letts a little distance In front of the others ifiirkless could not have ttold afterward whether tlioy rode or wntltcd or floated on nn airship to the court house AIIIIC knew distinctly wits waisttnull a hunt that was woveif of gauzy cloud by mocking fairies to make film stoop hideously to see under It dweMt for the hate Oh earth nnd was at his 1lcl dazzling llitn in the morning stir shine Last njphttlic nioon had lenf her a silvery glamour Sho lurid some thing of the ethereal whiteness of night dews In that watery light a nymph to lauj h train n sparkling foun lain at the moon or as he thought ri pretcyIKInIcourt wandering down the yvara from Fontaiueblcau and appeurlns to clumsy mortals sometimes of a summer night when the moon was In thlr heads But today she ws oif the daintiest csItwinkled to ills hr gay companionship He marked low thc sunshine danced across tijo shadows kit her fair link and seemed itself to vatch luster rather than Impart iVnnd the light of time Juno tiny drifted through the gauzy lint to hot jajce touching It wish a dolL cdlc und ttl idcr flush that came aiidl went like the vibrating pink of early dawn rjjhc hind the dlvlnest stralglif nosei fib tilted n faint alluring trifle ami n dimple left her chin the dead host nyielstrom In the world He fhrillcti through rnd through He lhaill been only vagmIy conscious of ihc un111IJio saw l1trh dnyllgiit that he really know It was therr I1h village lain iued with life before them They walkiil through shimmer lug airs sweeter tfi breathe than nectar Is to drink Slw Caupht a butterdy huskIng on a jinixon wowL midl bcftiro iho let It go held It out to him in Ier lojiil It was n wuftn bntterlv Up Your Heart When Your Rear Fails to Pump Your t Blood TroubleIKe3uIts 1I Have you heart trouble You hayc If you find U hard to breathehafter walking LI stairs cxcrcJslnff etc If you have pain In your len sMe In chest beck or nhoulder If you suffer from coJ extremities palo face blue lips dry CQICII svoJlen ankles lt you liava fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of the face discomfort In Blecpln5on one side The only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles Is Dr Miles Now Heart Cure Dr lilies New heart Cure Is the proscription ota famous specialist Jwhose great success In treating pbsti j note nervous heart disease has made hlff name preeminent In tire medical anti 5tscientificThe medicine vrlll cure you We know It We want you to prove It It first bottle docs not benefit your druggist t rrlJIclxc you bade your money TtimesSObadnightnndbed Itgrgh times to get bofhtrt Threftt troubleuiwayago I got a pamphlet about Dr yearstt 1tryrecovered and have hsd better health yearsItrouble REV JERRY HURT Pastor Baptist Church Hurt ICans l FREE Write OrSDrM1re Trial Package Anti RemedytorSpecialist will diagnose your case tellllyou what is wrong and how to right It ly nLAIIOBATQRIES asked which wits Tie butterfly Travol she said tossing time csptlc craft above their heads and watc1mI t I Site fastened liar rose In place of tile white one tho small sails catch breezp And so you em make little flatteries in the nioniinp too It is another courtesy you should be having frdin me It werent for the dustlhess Of It Wa till we come to the board walks She hid sonic big pink roses at her waist Indicating Item he answered J the mcantlihei I know very well nllad that wotild be blithe ttbneccpt n pretty token of any ladys high esteem But you have lie already a very beautiful one She pave him a penlal up and ijown plance front head toreQt half qujplnil mid half applaiidinpbut so iiilpfc tie scarcely saw it and he was glad W had rc4urrectedtliostniw hatt with tile youthful ribbon and his other festal vesture Autllt very bcoiuin 1 lljjwer a white roels she contlnueT thoujdijWin h bold girl to he blarii lug with n jounp genttemsiS I mlet loimger ulgO than last night IUit why shouldnt you blarney with a pehileinaij when soil began bysav lug hi llfeV sIIldlllly when the gentleman had till politeness In pillop aboutt thf coiri tty with Iiut tucked undijr hIs arm She stood Ktillj and laughed softly tautt coiisu iimatilyj mid her tyes clo od tight Kvlth thJlnlrth It She liad taken jonc of time roses froiii her wills mel as slip stood hbldinp it Ahe lonSj stem Its cool petals Ifjjlitly iresscd liOr ili You may have ittim exchange she said lie bent clown to her unJ she fastened ihc r roseIn place of till white OIhIthll coat flic did notitslv him directly or indirectly who had put the white tine ihcrefor him She knew by the way it was pinned Jhat dpne It hliysclf x1AVhu Is Jt tlmit wiry liiorning brings miv thesehovely1iow t rsr she burlesqued as he Lent over her V iir AVImby lie returned I willtt point him out to you You must see hint and Mr jKodeffer vhio Is t1e01l1 est inhabitant arid tlie crossest of Car lOWt Iviii you lpresent thIuo me1 No they might jalk to you andrr take some of my tinip with you away from me t t lieI eyes sparkleclr into his for the mOlest fractldu of a second aunt she JAUghcd Then she dropped his lapel and they proceeded Jyhe did not putt the white rose in her belt but carried ttv The squarcwas heivlng with 3 jos tjlngv movipg good iiatured happy rind constantly JJncreaslng crqwd liat over d flowed on Main street In both dlreciioui had whose good nature augment ctlln the ratio that its size increased 1 he streets were n kaleidoscope orI manOlOlorsnnll every window open Ing on Main street or the squhre waa lllled with eager faces By 0 oclock ll the windows of the courthouse tllo contpi of tlJO fsciuare wore 000Uieda jjore most of time damsels our guici1 t to enjoy the spectacle of the paradeih and their swains atteudd postld nt reigns of loss vantage bchlml the la dies Some of the faces that peeper from the windows of the dizrkold I shady courthouse were pretty runa some of them were not pretty but acute all of thrum wire roy cheeked niim were pleasant to see bccanso of thi s JOK chuetr t1l lcpt itCtv lOOt tt V itiuiiv iiie tiiuewaiK tiolow n fuhor worked his way through till throiiff a licorice bedaubed cherub on one nrih his cant borne with long enough on thu othrr fuDnvpH by a mother jtlf tIn other cluldreu Imng Ing tu her skrta anti Hngglng tsaspcr utingiy lHhiud holdhgred and blue- cnullybnlllnsot IntUlltlyInk mountebank and gypsylng booth merchants tthe peanut venders the boys with palm leaf fans for sale the jt btitalianl like a cluster of cqloreduubbles above the heads of tlw crowd and the bal loons that wall tike a baby the red lenionade nlan shouting in the shrill voijee that roaches cverjtwbere and eu dur i fomyer Leo Iuiuo Five a glass lIce Lire lenjo liveeents a nickel a haf a dim twentieth potofaclolh ijcvcol tee cold letriob tnil the voclfcyating LarUlrigers of tIle circus crying their Ares Timid youjtlub In shoes covered with dust througlfr which the morning polish but dImly shpiie and trnnlternbly hooked by the arm to blushing maidens bought reckfossiy of peanuts cf candy of pop tOrn of allr known sweetmeats per chance anJ forccil liIr way to the rinonnde stands and there all shyly nientlv sipped tht crlmjsonStalned ani rOn Eveytviare tJje hawkers din cd rttul IVerywhere lvas heard the4 iotutit th r r nrll r Tp ba corit rued TO iINGER3 AND PUSLIC SPEAKilliS Yood Campbeal ijrge Them iTo IJfcHyoiiiciJ jWJllinq To Sell jIItOn Approval j Anti j and sp ciahr valuable use for Hyomei Hasibenl discover d one that will be particularly welcomed Byr JringerrndThe Iree uscof Hjypmei breathed hrotigh the inhaler that conies with every outfit carries healing balsams s to the head and htOam and sfrngth ens thevoiceJ Wrpd Cjrtnptell jiave had several of their Customers speak to them in regard to t the sod ispfortllhsspeciztl glad tsell iton approval to any P1blicIgThey feel sure that the ue ofHyo mel for tbj purpose wil make many new friends for the treatment If does not give satisfaction the won paid will be returned promptly a14 without questions v The complete Hyomci outfit con eisting of an inhaler that can he car lied in the purse or ppSlict a bot ie Hjomei and medicinea drooper c only oife dollar Many remarkable cures ot catarrh passageshaycJ an Vcod Campbell agree to refund the uloney to any cue wjhoidoes riot find lil a complete cure fjr r any catarrh al trouble There ij no dangerops stomach drugging with Hyohici simply breathe it throiign the inhaler and cell comes quickly ar Through to City of Mexico Without change of cut via Jrbri Mountain Routein elegant Pel1 nan slefpio cars leaving St Louis840 pm daily via Laredo stLItit now paj sale For further itforma 0 cgfarjror adress- n r rR1 G MATTHEWS T P A Rooi O2Equitab1e Louisville51C3 Bldj Jt L1bwcstwest via Ihiy Ystcffl Rock r JSIanHfiCOi a Arcypu inttres Id If so ready and take advantage of gctjtj lowest tale evei trjade to JJSas Texas and Indian and Okla a onia sate from Memphis St Louis arid Chicago February IGfchl 0ot March Isf and 13th dnd April 5th and 19th Call on jjoir near cst ticket rentor address H I MCGIIIRLi fViOhioI t Danvilles eldest Woman VTomorrovv will round out tItea year tliatWiiadi another mileli n stne tto hagnLAunt Phoe ber MeNd hf Prf b street who i- 1reachithe j adva1 cecl age of uine tyfour She is one of Danvilles = qkleshjphabitants atid has alL ways been a fauliTul member of tlie Methodist chirrch Not withstanding her advanced age Aunt Pho bomind Is very bright and clear Jnd she has an exceptpnally retentive memory of tnings that happened in aijdj noundDansiltQin by gone days She has a host OCI freinds here = who wish her many happy re urns of the day Adv rne Air Ehriy Riser A strong hc3rtbyt activec6n titution IcoverIh knpwn bed De Witts Littly Early Risers notoh th ly cleanse the system but Urengttien tthe action of the liver thcI klgantrebuildact Ute nevcrgppc and yet they are erbsolukty atthatbyeJ Haydoir Iby FOR SALEOha n delier in iPresbyterian church iiand omo nti inf good conditon Also Ing ome window glass s itable for hurch residenceclioJ house or Apply to El M Grundy m iSiSi f lUlj x1 The Kind You Hayo Always Bought and which has beein use 5for oVer 30 years has borne time signature of rt r and has been made under Ills per tsona supervision since its Itifancyl y yAJl iJif JExpuriments that trifle with and endanger the health dtilr rInfants mid Children Experience against ExperimenttL v What is CASTORIA f Castoria is A Iiarmlcss substitute for Castor Oil Par4S ljcontainssubstance Its age is its guarantee It destroys lornMf and allays FcverishnesSt It cures Diarrhoea and Winiil Col It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoastipatIoi nnuIilatuleney Jtnsslmi1a cs the Food regulates LIO- Stoniacli and Bowels giving he1ltht amid nttura1 sleep Time Childrens PanacearThO Mothers Friend GENUINE CAST ORIA ALW S Bears the Signature of 7C J to The KM You Haye Always Bolllit In Use For Over 30 Years I ytW vesa ft jI Beitep Than GUll iwas troubled for several1 years with ChronIc digestion ane nervous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H Mb remedy he Ded me until tbegan using Electrict Bitters Which did me more good thaxim ithe medicinesi Iverused They hive also kept my wife in excel lent health for years She says Electric Bitters rre just splen theyeare a grand tonic and invigora iiIto for weak and rudi down 7w men oNo gther medicine cai- lake its place iin our family 8atisfactstionguaranccd by C JyAaydpnt v WANTED J 10jSpficrAL REPRESENTATIVE inthi couhity and adjoining territories tor represent and advertise an old eatab- iifl led bushicsa house of solid financial l standing Salary S2I weekly wit expenses paul each Monday by check from headquarters Expenses ad- efancedaud lioese rnd buggy farufehr cd whftn recessary position perma nent Address The Columbia 630 Morioi Bldg Chicago HI v 2llCtf1 When Yon Have a Cold r The firstr ction when youhayca coldshould be to relieve the 1hiungi a This is best accomplished by the free useof Chfitnlerlains GojiffhrjRenfelly InThis nuIj airqejlions A complete cure soon follows t Tbisremedy will cnrea severe cold less time than any other treatmect and it leaves the system in natural rid healthy ronditibt1l It out tercts Ij any tendency toward pneumonia Fi r ale talc at Hoydens drlgtore i A Living Cook rnrLr TIme mystery of life lias rarely fur eIproblem ns Unit wjilcb arises out of fact InsthiKfd byMrAV II Hudson the naturalist Mr Hudson had a piece snakDskin vhicu for years he used as a book marker IIt changed colirS periodically nmjfihed Its scales It con tinned to shed Its scales In this fauIou tor ten years erich siicccedilis set Il1strSomeeven a hlppopoutmushlck lOok uiHrkci cbau e coor wore It to find Itself bff tweeit tliefr leaves The sensitive boci marker t1tJ bIo bluslirujv6ae red 1Imttnl feature In ttho literary lIfe pf the TteraryMoral book MarIner Is n thinkable tltle when we opnslde the strides of pipdcrn thousht LOndon OuUont I n as Well as MenLWomen Are Made Miserablel byTKidifey Troubled Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis vigorIkidEit neys are out of or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon f for a child to be born iaffU tki1I- c= noys r ates too fitfen if the urine scalds the flesh or if when thft child ahes an age when it 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