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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r I I iIII t I JJIt C I Jf iff 1 i i L THF t DIRfI 1 NWP jt U 5 5ii J iqitrrJflt f tf t fi 7i I t ct f s AS r- L i New SeriesV1 XI No 10 j t SPRINGFIELD WASIINGTQVCOtTNT KENTUCKY HiECH 10 LOOif t C OO ii ilB JI i f iw r0f ifjtL jttu umuitic UJMITI 1yo f rnpsonlr t Co 1 jPNDE TAKER tit AND EMLMER8 CarrL ia otOoka1fkl1Ia ofTanerai IJH f PHONE 53 i = lOUR DIRECTORY SlRINGFIEI p county stat of jT is iington County 52 miles south ust bt Juexiti ton 59 inites from ton sville on Bardstown branch ol Louisville arid Nashville railroad in t a amitigau agricultural district 4 Tivd Banks telegrapk and telephone tinei express office flour mills lumber yarHs PopVation 1100 population of couatylSOOO Rpresentative hi Congress Hon D b4 fl Smith odgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis S iflatre HonW D Claybrooke Representative o iti State Senate Hon 4 hHat1rr Lancaster Lebanon KyV County ir ctQry VCIRCEJLTCOURTI L VV Circuit CotirtJjiJgirts on the fourth Moadav in February May and Octo fMa E PttesnSudgV LDLlrh1mCmnl veaflh At f boriey V I Mv Campbell Glerk ji G I eachiiiaD Master Commiss IoeIV fjVQUARPER1Y COURTV luarlerly Court is held on the third VLrpdiyIn each month l If LLtscyJudgeV cjj1COUNTY COURTV Ctounty Coirt meets on the fourth Jofnday ine ch mouth 143i Iitsey Judge 111 W P Booker County Clerk VV jfljVS Mayes County Attorney VV Georges Catlett Jailer Vyron Croake Sheriff 1 Richard Islam J Sttdney Osborne KH Mullicah DeputiV 3pd Masters James Fi MooreCQtintyVSnrvey9r jj I Royalty AssessortVOBryan Deputy p Robert toe Treasurer Q J M Montgomery Coroner 4tJ Bash Sup of Common Sc lobls P O Springfield i rn CITY COtfRT iG ames R Noe Police 3udgeV ohtGaVMtrhkVt i r GrigsbyCity Attorney 4 4juic COUKT rustice Courts are held in January A aril July and October if J 1i iVChurch Directory w BAPTIST CHURCH f RevS J1Cannon Pastor Ser VA everylSunday at II am and 700 f pim Sunday School at 900 Prayer trfeting on Wednesday night at 700 METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services c iiJthe First and Third Sundays in each Vpm Sun t t ray School every Sunday at 10 am 1rayer meeting every Wedncsdajr ightV v CATHOLIC CHURCH f f RevPE ennessay Pastor Ser ViccsVeVery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock i m Services at St Rose same hours r pjj CHRISTIAN CHURCH V4Rcv Felix Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday in each fSV ionthSViVVPRESBYTBRIAR CHURCH HeV VVr D lyatimer Pastor y JEieachinjr every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school very Sunday at 10 nm Prayer meeting every Thursday eV nil 17 oclock Fraternal Ordeas i MAECJCIC JLOICE Springfieid lode SNo SO meet secojid Mouday in roach W monthV4V AVashmjtonR O Chapter No 57 v A Vevery third Monday VSpringflelduflCtl No 52 meets on cverv fourth londarI v KNiGBTsof THEMiCAaEES Meets J i ton Jd tii CUYntacL non i nrAMERICAN s nI SILVER II- H TVV1kTRUUa III u if fir COOt r w i yxoc 111rrfS jr J J i Ss 8 YoIe by CJ HaydonyS I iCSSKSarfinBiB 4 A ROUND saffi Of TftLK I g IMMM NIecsa Healtht to Japai i From the Bpston Transcript Heres a health lotTapanl J LJJ Fill It up to tlie brim To the brave lltle mat On the worlds1 westernrirti He has bearded he bear All alone he n ustt stand But let foemen beware tFor he fights fbr his Iland Heres a health toJapan Heres a heajth to Japan May the combat be br1dVTo tier warrior clantWho would die for their chief To her beaut1esruubarrdV Whtckeach artist may knojv IWhereguardV O er the blossomsbelow- Heres a health to Japan Here s a healthito JapantBubysonoftbcWestdFrom the land she knev firstcAnd the land she4oves bestV rhetGainstAnsuccesstoher Heres a health tQ Japan sword a Heres a health to JaPrnlft TT ILL po IIIGtERIt is very j provable that Over tvrp T tbirds of the tpbacca raised in Washington county this year hast been sold artd delivered and the prices realized have been gcrally satisfactbry to the sellprs The predictiqji is freely made how vaer by mny who keep well pOStt ed aIl flfb conditions of the 19 bacco crop and the market thatlfl much higher prices are in stores for the tobacco grower who ao idatei Ally heavy receipts on the markr ets at Louisville and Clncinati recently but in face of it all tthe prices have recorded a ddedsadvnace Reports from tbeseii marketst say that tbeeis stroocompetition among the buyers representing the combines man ufacturers and other interests who realize tbat conditions point o higher prices later on The e average tobacco grower however is rarely ink condition to hold his crop for a later v market no matter how flattering appears the outlook for higher values In the first place the tobacco man especially iif he happens to be a renter or tenant has al ready been running for several months on credit and must have money to liquidate and then asc he is to put in another crop this season heraust get the old ropI entirely off hands so that he may deyota all of his time tQ preparations for the new crop The farmer is oflen unfortunate not being able to takei advantage of all of his opportunities but soj faras the tobacco farmer is con cerned he should not complain at presentcondhi0ns which rej tgood r j I rc OT uijsy The Grand ifpry A X which adjourned Saturday evidently got busy during its session and the result of its labor are represented by a batch of indictments to the number of sixty on which bench warrants have been issued to be placed into the hands lif the sheriff The indictments are fort many and various offenses none how ever covering any very aveI charges there being otily a very few felonies included Juding from the list the liquor selling habit among those not author ized to do sot bv law appears to have broken out There certain Jy appears to belittle cxduseTou- this violation in this county There is probably enough whiky sold in the county in the course of a year by licensed dealers to floattheRussian war fleet with out these illegal Blind Tigers and Bootleggers being allows ed to exist Its a goodthing that thy are being investigated and the should be given the full benefit of the law The court dcc1ctwas about cleaned at this term but the work OfVtthe Grand Jury will now giveVIc scmething todo frV44V tT1RIP itt SIGHT Tlio Mc JL Chord Rifles the Iqral military company has b chance of a free trip to the WprlAs Pair at Stiouis and the members 8ara elated at tho prps pect andi are having regular drills of late so asto perfect themselves as v rauoh as possiblo The State militia or atPletist part of it will be ordered out to attendthe cere monies on Kentucky Day aj the Pair and it is said that eight companies out qf the twelve- composingeach regiment will be taken The companies will be Delected according to the excel lehce shown in drill and general makeup All will6e inspected beforehand and Car that reason Life Springfield boys are tiying o get into shape in order to makfcs goodashoviugas possi blei if 7 t ofXtheVcity of Louisville hae de ared that the filthy condition the streets of that cltiare responsible a large degree for he epidemic cf disease which prevails thet e this winter causing heavier death rate than has been known for years Disease baccilii breedand thrive in dirt andunhealthfulconditionsfollow- o came nearer home whats the mattert the Board of Trustees that they allow the streelsajr Springfield to become su filthy Mud and filth is from three to six incites deep on Main street nd iif an attempt has been made o clean the streets within the past six months there appears no living witness on the scene too testify The finances of tile town may be a little low but we eleive that if an effort were made that a few dbllaiscould be raised to haul off some of the mud Or perhaps our worthy officials allow to waitV Until summer when the mud will be turned l into dust and then the kindly ffices of the wind will be called into play to bow the dust away tIfTJ LANTTRRES Since the de struction of the elm by the bugs the town has become par tic lary balre of shade trees which in contrast with its ap pearance Ia year or two agQI Hen its streets were lined with the beautiful qlm and in each yard was a shady bower of the same tree T4 rewas some talk last summer of a united ef fort on the part of the home owners of the town to start a general trefV planting movement and 1let each property owner agree to plant trees in front of his own property and have the plantinsr done system tjcallv In that way the streets of the town will soon be provided with gtJodsbade as of lId Since there is now plenty of water available for use the new trees can be mado to grow rapidly and flourish Perhaps Springfield is ill need of 0aCivic Improvement Societyi such as they have in Harrodsburg whose object is to promote piblipBimprovemehts and to attendl particularly to any thing that nill beautify the tcwn and keep it clean and atraolive in appuarancp DO IT TODAY The timeworn i njVnctionj NeAer put off Jtill tomorrow what you can do today iis now generally presented this form Do it today TKat is the terse advice we vaiitto give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggitg for several days porliaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr B6s chees German Syrup which has been in use for over tliirty five yearsvj A few doses pf it will nndoulHedly relieve yoir cough or coldtand its continued Use for afew days will cure you corn pleteTy No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has done before in thousands pf apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regulars z675c At Q JV Haydous lrugtoreVt COllsUDationIThe finest remedy forconetipatlon I over uaed is Chamberlains Stomach Liycr Tabicts says Mr EH Bqtler of Frankville N Yu1hey act pently and wltcout any unpleasant effect and leave the bomels in a perfectly natural condition Sold bye J Hcdon Druggist Prisoners Senfenccli i In giving the court news the BardstowD Standard s ysiThe prisoners ivere r sentenced llast Friday to tlffe terms of imprison ment given them in the pemt h tjary Sam R5Q1SVcOlbid5 was sentenced for ten years He was convicted onacharge QPk terins jorgediqumentsJy cashing +forged checks and ob taining money from Various parties Sarah Thompson a colored gitl was sentenced to tenyear imprisonment on the charge ofi murdering her inlant child Jim DQdson do1ordwas sentenceld for five years on the charge bf ktaininga woman William Mudd cqlorejL wasJ1sent Qnced for two years acliargo c1c gory by signing tfie nard of another party to one of the checks cashed bV SanViRogers JamejYounc cofored was sejj tenced for one year hargeIof grand larceny A r Nor R101S BDisturbance of stvikersre- notnarlyas grave ID I an indi vidual disorder of ttfe system Overwork loss of sleepjnerv3us tension will be folioweds sbjS jijter collapse unless areliabje reme dy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efifcfent to curedisorders the LivEr or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine nd the greatest all ftJ Nerfpus1ness and expels Vlalana germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist Haw Healiiiy CMlSrec Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harm ess never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain iin rcsuls that 10 qast constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They canyoi fail to perform their mission nd every one who uses DeWitts I it tIc Early Kiscra prcyerthQitto alloth ers pills They cure billiousness Sold by alt DrtiggisteV Killed itself Jjast Friday Mr GeorgoBrents of this city llost a good horse valued at 150 in a peculiar man ncr The horse was turned out in pasture to pick the early sprigs of grass that pad shot through the soil and to exercise when hegot iin a playful mood and began to prance lied run about The pasture was enclosed on one side by a wire fence Running at a rapid speed tthe librse failed to see the stretched wires which he struck with such force as to throw him head fore mostUturning him a complete somersault sevqral yards be yond the fence TI1dVshOck caused by the collision with th e wires and fall was so great that tho horse never arose unaided from the spot Where he felU Tuesday George raised the horse to his feet but the animal died a few minutes later Gebrpe prized the horso very lhigbly be cause ofV his faithfulness and good working qualities and felt keenly the animals cutbLeb anon En er rise VGOOJVSPIi1TSV VGocaapiritsdota11cothefrOfl Kentucky Their main source is the Ii verandalJ the IIDO spirIts eVfll made m the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandohe U effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would feel buoyant happy and hopetul bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful il your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flowertn g greatest ofr all meiaicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia omdigestion It has been a favorite housenold remedyfar over thirty five years August Flower will make your liver healthy and activo and thus insure iau a liberal supply of good spiritsVrfrial size 25c regular bottles 75c At C J Hay dons drugstore If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Ubara- berfains Stomach Liver Tablets aud you will Jet quick relief rot sale by C J Haydon Druggist roleys KIdaey cure makakc7i 4 bdtr- a Washington Letter It John Sharp Williams cant compel Bia scattered flockito 4get together When skies are clear and all is well TVhatwUl he do in stormy weather When they mast buid a platform squareVWitbwskill and art of toughest timber I To dra applauding millions tbere And catchthe ballots of November driftingIserenely joined the While House bngadp and having helped the adminis ration to obliterate the whale Panama issue are now In awaiting attitude Thedo not speak hopefully of the future They cheerlessly admitthat they have too many candidates and too few issues Some of the leaders think that the wisest thing they could do would be to nominate some man who is so widely and favorably known that he himself would be allhe plat formneeded The Republicans in Cabinet and Congress are Very tranquil and are llooking to the futurewith 1Je rfectcanfid enceI as if there were no such breakers Admiral Walker the President of the new Canal Commission of seven men says thatat least eight years will be consumed m scratching dirt11 after the sbovel has begun to operate in Panama It will be several years before even this cam take place The Cdmmissioners must first come together shake hands get acquainted rentan office employ clerks and talk affairs over They must exchange such opin ions as they have then go to the fspct andlodk 5Wrthegrourd- Va d vn what ought to be done Then they must adopt and en forcojvigorous measures of sani tation and watersupply which Will take two or three years Tienj they must decide where the artificial Jake shall be its level how many locks hall be built how he torrential Chagres can be made to behave ard how the the C ul bra can be got but of the way or surmounted When they have decided on the plan they must advertise for contracts and enter uponjhe work The ruins must be cleared away the ma chinery must be invented man ufactured and delivered and an army of men must be brought from somewhere who are willing to work How many hucdreds of millions of dollars How many thousands of deaths How many decades OfV years But some progresi has been made for the Attorny General has decided that the Canal Company can give a gpqk title TJhe U S grand jury In session here having indicted four reai estate speculators of Call fornia for conspiracy to defraud the government by obtainining government lands iin forest res ervationin Oklahoma Oregon Washington and Nevada your correspondent called upon Land Commissioner Richards for par ticulars The Commissioner said that the actual loss to the government will be small it falls heaviest on these states These speculators bribed clerks in Washington nolifythem whOre the reservation was to be befoie public knowledge of the fct and thus they obtained assign ments ip the names of fictitious persons and secured large tracts which ihen tie reser vatiop was withdrawn from market they ex changed for other lands elsewhere in tho states The alleged bribers are out on baih LL juerOne dose off Ayers Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents night coughs djp hildren No croup No bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoctors medicine for all affections off the throat bronchial tubes arid lungs Sold for dv6r 00 years I hare t a Ayftrt Chenj Tectortl Inwy family for eight years ThereUnothlinc equal to Itior couRhi nd cnldi ctpeclaliy for clilk areaMBa W JL Bam w Shelby Ala McU8 icAuscoA- lidrug sti forLowen M- ail1flQoughstUif tiIiti tha boWeI eppn With OM of Ayrs PflIV tIme just on The imprpvemerita of thi White Hbue wbich ccst 1600000 and completely transformed thattt historic residence are thesub ject of much satire and derision in Congress and out The Presi cameinjfarthe Senate Senator Tillman Declared his work tb be an abomination Senator Cdckrell declared that the Presidents office was theHlawyersinsaid it was no better than the offices Qt thirdclass doctors Senators Allison and Lodge thought itja Very job aud Senae tor Hale declared that ccif the J Apprdpiiatohs Committee bad pot called a malt the White House wOuld have been stripped rans cked dismantled and de stroyed After NcKirns decott ration of the White Heuse he re ceived a decoration from King Edward probably in considera tion Qfhicompletehere the worlc begun by thee British inthe war of181C PaperThe and Breeder published at Lexington Ky is evidently going tp fill a J position in Kentucky journalism which no Other papejrhas even ever trledto fill n covers ev ery department of both livestock arid general farm interests thoroughbred trotting horse saddle hopse icattle heep gen Veral farm interests iIllh1llajO1IyV ii William Shaffer a brakeman of Pen l ison Ohio was confined to bis bed for several weeks with inflammatory rheum tlstnI used many remediesI h says Finally I s nt to lcCaws drug store for a bottle oi hCIIamtCrV l lainr Pai Balm at which timel was unable to use tiand or foot angl iu one weeks lime yras able to go to work as happy as a clan For sale by 0 J Haydon Druggist ILD Ilcitc OpeatioV Little May Millen 8 yes Qld Daughter of Mr and Mrs Z T Millen of this city underwent r9c11t1ya most painful opera tion at Elizabeth Hospital A large tumor which made breathing difficult and threatened death had grown in her throat The t only reljef possible was through surgery and quite bravely did she meet the remedy Notwith standing she was put under the influence of chloroform and her memoryr of the terrible ordeal she wa undergoing deadened she wpuld scream out while the tumor was being removed as though sbe were alive and awake to the great pain the operation produced She pulled through Van right and in a fey days was romping and playing with her companions as usualLebanon Enterprise 10Q Reward 100 SThe readers of this paper lilbe pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sciencq has been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catpirrh Care iis thc nly positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh be ing constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls eaetarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon ihe blood and mucous surfaces of the system therebJ destroying ihe foundation of the disease nd giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so mftco faith in its durative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimo nlals Adress F J OHENEJY Co Toledo Ohio s1Sold by Druggists 7Sc TakeHallls tamlly Pills for const l pationSV t All sick Mr James Hays father ftMr Hark Hays df Bloomtield lijr very ill atfiis home near Maple Hill Washington county Seycral weeks ago Mr Hays suffered a stroke of paralvss since which time he has been in- usurious condition A son and a daughter M rJas Hays Jrind M4s Grant Hays are also reported to be very ill as is Mrs Mlrtha Graham another daughter who resides at Oyreosbdro aijd came to be with her fathers family during their affliction Shortly after her arrival she became dan gerously ill and was removed to the McOhord Infirmary at Leb anon for treatm nt Staadard 1OWVMI1w4teO fQ Viti e t BadPelI- Lee Davis who is residing at the county jail undec several phars wAs given anmining trial Saturday before J die Thomason the chargif of at tempted criminalassaultand wasj held over to answer to the next rand jury The offense was committed upon Mrs Kdse Bry sen on Wednesday qt last week near the fair grounds Mrs Brysen and her husband who is a blind min and their little daughter were campedthere and one of thejr horses got away from them The tfegro Davis offered to help fiiud the horse and when he had succeeded in getting the woman and little girll some distance from the camp be made the attack9 but was repuls ed and frightened away This family is from too Indian Terrii tory and are traveling through the country peddling various ar ticesfor a living They say they will return here to prose cute the case at the next term of Circuit Courts Lebanon Falcon BYOMEt ARECORD BREAKER Novel Method of Curing- Catarrh Sold on Appro val by Wood li Campbell t 0 The popularity and remarkable sales of Hydaaet have broken all records In nearly every iy and low in the country this guaranteed cure for catarrh has given xaost aston ishihif reseltsV The leadtBg druggists are soentkus fastic over the remarkable percentage of cares following the use of Hyomel that with hardly an ejcceptjpni they advertise to their customers that Hy thtunderstandiiug curesV VVIn Springfield Wcod 3r Campbell are endorsing it and ruaranteeiip to refund the money unless Hyomei cures catarrh They have sold a great many Hyomei outfits andtoday no other treatment for the cure of ca tarrh lias as many friends inspring field and vicinity aiHyorjei It is a scientific yet common sense method of treatiug and curing this too common disease Itsen 3by direct inhalation tocvery Cell of the air passages in theheadthrata d lungs a balsamic air that destroyes alj catarrhal germs purifies tbeblood with additional ozone and makes a complete and lasting cure Qf ca tarrhal trouble The co mplefe outfit cJ ts bot SI and includes an Inhaler medicthe dropper and sufiictent Hyomei for several weekstrealmentV You take no risk ia buying Hyomei Wood Campbell positivelyl guaran tee to refundyour money vnles it rcures NOTICE i Having accepted the agency for the United States Pap r Company for 1904 would re spectfully solicit apart Df your patronage believing lean make it to your interest io purchase of me I carry in stock all the lat est patterns tn paper besides Brown Blanks White Blanks Silk Damaslrs Glimers Bressed and Pressed Embossed Pajicrs IngrinaVarnisbedPprsStained custia Walton Fabric Effects See our sample b o3t my rooni over Mrs Williams store Mn Springfield Ky We can please all classes at prices in which w defy competition v M YfB SPEARS Ag nt1 Kkkei fcy i Mtrsc RobertAdkinson tthe Hyea old son of ThoinasAdkinon ives near Cfernishville w ai kicked by a Jirelast Saturdaf and was Sftriously1 Injured Pfei lad had gone iinto the sall M harness tljp old family hor which was never kaown to fractious and was noted bet the very gentlest of aaiuaal The boy had fixed the hard on ha shoulders and was at ping baclf to adjust the crap when thelhorM begal okJe one hoot striking hlrar on ih f chin and the other otl tIle iore head crlhing his skull underwent a jr pAnninjf oper tioa and a piece of his Skull t size of i dollar was Mftpv M lIs riow tboufiitJt- 4 e will r coverHirrOdsbar1krj4CATOai P1M LIia iltI I THE OLD rnk- V PaI i L r t o J POWDER 1A- bSOjPUS THERE IS Dc t xvd1 lliJII S Iiu The Frankfort corest ojidn V oitheCourierjournal sayatjiatSupon jlhe djaurnrnent1 of the v Legislaturei l moctipic par ty in the State i will be livWed iBlackburni t and the tberbyBeckiiamhtdVJ the Administration forces Fho first says the cbrresporidett will want anuninstrucJi iteli gatioti to the St LoulsthivtnV tjon and a roorganizatiaotli rparty commitjjiiesJ d ttbaulaft5 wiUbefor n instrucfr delfega tion and no cfiinge 19 kflg com im t eesliVi MUevo TV rtiiJs statement is misVeadinsf Th line up ta4 all rigkt afc to the Committees butJ aTH1gh o b ugh Smith IS strjgtqutfor an instructecLdftlef and his influence ji3AthVSttt Con en tiori will Qewith the 1ryantes rETown News 1 Vi VTyAfl tJ1st1n tbVI i little boy was svedrit4is J W Watkins of Pletsnt- Ohio tDltjj Pneumonia fcid Jay dsad liavccwith hithana51teth r ble cough sefinbeside Doctorst tr atea him It1 In e girirworse everj dayVAtclt1l w tried Dr Kings1 New Discovery for Consumption 1L1latdlhllwas saved IJe Iwellitstle only sure cure f COat3sV Colds and klIIunVdIsesa Guaranteed by G iTr ifcHaTdoni Druggist Poe Soc accl fl 100V Trial bottles r j f q r WTEDVXVSP- ECrAL f t t EPRSSENTfdintliJia county and adjoi5ltf t qit jries tG It J represent and adverji i i istbifilbed business iionve of blid financial rL A T Vstauging Salary 2IVcklyi1ik expens paid cliMti Ybr click from beadquarteftVvanccd and hoescurfed bii fay fiSiii k cd when ccewarrj POiiQt H ip4r Mt nelr i L if v t1A i Addrels The Columbia 830 Moao Bldf Chicago III 2ii6t t AIIiUk4t4f t Miss Pauling Helmc r f Hardir-iv whohas manyVthiiViCi itrcqa i g beeta 1jS- pringfild r111 e1e ij Joint Session of thC General Assemblj of KentucIcyforthV fttle 6t Stxatt tibrarian1fqI fp J years She was lcd in Jmijtt aryy last for two jutfiQ Miccedl herselj and this sew etftctidn was tmade Decewary to ofilOrm ip A rtbewswwfiittft for Ior years She has en oJ eminent satisfaction fe the b- ii1IC Di cAt tfa f during hr an iriendc Uiro t tJa willpka4 t 1rselb baa agsinbe1 laoe tIIIM ritmtaW111WIl f Aiyeu interesed If rea4y ttage tie- 0- III oii e sale Iron Mmnphiftj St uI saiVCicio a1- lYQth =1ct and april tb Cl yes n your 1V UcW iL Q1 addressV o ut iI1IGI8t11REiit T Lw tdy65c 1VWill bn47Oul an all w tlV tgftft QUIpetma4e to tit JL room at ach mans Fumit Qrec HINEWM XYXXY TKUaiD AY f 1tt I JrIN ADVANCE i jGPI D Ct it1 Lr DAVISOJroji fcJ L1 Mtl v bsstu Mttowr W cfcrt pur uuuatisiid u Dlk utU peUUMlU I mufc H MM at JIw ribs hit cub sMyry etpe r 4iihga4 MI liberal l MMlwktoM f ropecr S arIV 4 119 M AI v LOSr MI eIeMo e1tt I a wJT MABCH 3 1904 Watt M ictbIIl ttIIOaGB D PtOT- iirai for tM m of Sri WII1 ra esaty aOjict so t1- IMtielleltM neraWo prty 11 us1s aftyMMsBAr IMa L- fiM cfcwiix days of the Ken Wet Lokktir art b ing I Mayfcti or HiiTMligttiQMry GOT B ckbM appeared fofore MM rrPrlaUq Investiga tkw OMMiittM at Frankfort last IIy lad warn qHfiiooed at Ittjflit hard to tborcontracts I firita ltriaUa The Globe Prfrjiiig ool Louisville it is t vcfcfrite f charged the State over MOOt i r a job of printJ- ngpoWIt olbee prilling concerns r ftcfew ty would have done for irtm ffBOQ to 8600 The cjbarft tt the penitentiaries MM jotbtr State institutibas have- t rw kwftj bohind in payinger- PMmis J tAn to be investigated rjJ WIIIfbMlI CC Blabton of BpstDnwas atW6 Gibba la t Friday Mr WjvoTaMcl t1ll Prrill c ofkackrilte werejfuests of Mrs 3w MdlYoy last Friday Mrs J B BrRett and daugh ter Mkvappie of Sparrow were Sgliei at the home of Mrs Sue- KetjriU last week Fraf Eara Sutherland o Hills bora paW or ttown a call last MAaVs f Will Ifbfetfc ad wife ndEzra GibW sad Mother of Camden were OT rto Mr W SOibbii iMtfwMk We are cl dtOre 4 JKHI MrGibt bitter attthis 4 wrgSXr SAJR CruiM is in our aids afeauu G rfrCh atham visited hie psris at Oiaplm Saturday rc asiSaady John Tar er lwlt our midst 41MIJ 111rI Wt regret Ytry mtfch to EivpI fJo1 p b t wwh bin 6ncess inIs hip fatiire carter There are jKMae Md looking girls in oW V X tacky fat cheer up girlsI taps be will not tay away so =vtrtt Keolias visited his i r i ptijtmte sMar Palliam last Satur day a iSunday Xd Eire and Miss fav Blan tGiQbsfjtej 4leSnider oi Ander Si iiWLtcHimty is at Mr W S Gijaba John ACcHyoy spent Sunday at Mf JL Whiams Cn Pinkstone of Louisville is- UWl ttMt at Silver Lake Farm the 1Icof Mr Alvie Fester I DIGESTION t tit M wwkk Me 4 wTe4MaIek 1 fs7MHrKKt SARAH L amIIL IuIH 1WNBIack Jtt iek11 uriff rtM the ac tioa h Pk3eC ad t r aT I Annie tIN of 4 willWMa eccar= a ivfl1kepro2 i peITHORWW UG 11 xR tqU1 IHIjstMis LT atMIirsas TSII1II1 JttIHlithstN- illl Rt r1 ksIs buMN1lIMrV All t Tb544IrLi Blade = tile J tU tlJrCOlISTOm111 rttNewsFrom The 2jjj i22jjj County 1 I l MappsRIa Am Mi the County Papa i IL as Rtport d byOUrCOIfSpRdSRt I U lr lf MIoM r 4t JSFor st View MiseMary B and Jessie Carfico will leave in a few days for Louisville where they Jpu template making their future charmingIyounp to the society of Louisville tMrl Al Smith whbhasbesn iSjcreat ttSJetIconfined to his bed anti but little better The tew stained glasswidows are being put in St Rose church which makes it one of the most beautiful edifices in the sate There ire we learn abiut 20 hands cleaning the brick at St Catherine They have already cleaned 60000 and the hauling to the new sight below Springneld will begin this week We were shocked to learn of the sad death off Mr John tHughes of Valley Hill as we knew him anti his interesting family so well We extend to them our sympathy Thomas West lost a very valu able heifer llast week FENWJCKS We are glad to say that the sIck In our towni are improving Mr Lee Rjley had a very vall lIable horse to rail in his cistern but with the aid of skillful gen tlemen it was taken put uuinjur ted The death angel visited oar town last Friday night and took away tile infant child o Mr and Mrs Duncan J B nwickbought ofJ D Barkers gray horso for S6J Miss Minnie Barked is visiting friends in Garyard cqunty this week Mrs Goldy Bhewmaker and daughter Settle spent Saturday with Miss Willie Nally i Mr John Turner left for JJli- f nois last Monday- S P Valston has removed to Lebanon and Steyo Logsdon now occupies the usethnt he vacated Mr C W Oder has built an iddiiion to hisstore which adds vpnvenlence rOLI1- i Mr John Pinkston has jin his possession a very interesting pa per that has withstood the wear of ages ltiga land giant of 18000 acres of land in Nelson counfy Ky on the waters of Chaplin Fork to Antbdny dug dley Henry Thomas and Thomas Lillard byE mol1d Randolph Governor of Virginia 1in 1783 when Kentucky wasa part of Virginia and the same year that peace was made with Great Brittain that gained ourindepan denceMr Thad Cheatham closed his school al Polin Friday The farmers are very glad that spring is at band and w mta smile that wont come off Clouds of smoke ate rising from every hilltop in the neighborhood of Poi nude by the farmers burn lug plant beds for the coming crop John Crow pas aver sick child Barber Crpuch had asale Sat urday and will leave with his family in few days for Illinois Jim Scott arid wfo spent the week with friends McilNTIRI Born to the wife of MK Sidney Johusori on the 23 a girl Born to the wife pf Mr Robert McIntyre on the 24 a boy Frank Keen bought orR A McIntyre lot oats for 275 per hundretl Engena Hill boughtof John McIntyre a 4 year old ge ding Marion Sims sold to Shanahan Brps one yearling horse mule for50tJ B Hill bought of Will Os bona 50 bushels of corn at 50 eta per bushel Pan Wellington and Johnnie Obon had a Jhprser sap- Mr Alberta kedleyVqf Nazar eth k visiting hs father Mr Jch ileI yAMr Williams vho has leen working for Mr CharJes Nally rel1atives IRichard Blandford has returnS ed from a trip to Kansas City and St Louist Miss Alma Fields and sister NofFields and family one day last week Mr Dick Keen and wife of Cartwrights Creek visited Mr R A McIntyre and family llast Sunday The dogs fell afoul of Robert Whealeyssheep and tore up several but fortunately none were killed Canary Miss Lena Barker who has been visiting the family of R C Canary has returned home Miss Jennie Litsejr began a school at Canary last Monday John Tobin is very sick at this writing with the grip Miss May Lanhan is on the sick list W A Barker and wife spent Sunday last with Mrs N nnie Fenwi k John Barker and wife were in Springfield Friday Abe Canary was jin Mackvitle Saturday aMr and MrsBbhanon are visiting friends in Danville this week Pleasant prove Miss Jennie Leachman of the Ridge is visiting lMissl Nannie Thompson this week The Grove school has been closed on account of the measles Little Julian Gregory is on the sick list this week Misses Graham and Davis Van Arsdall visited tIe home of Dr Rodman Williams last Sunday Byron Parks has just returned from Louisville with a car load of horses of the Kind that his won a wofIdWide reputation for this old commonwealth Master Raymond Shewmaker is very low with pneumonia and ihemeasles Miss Elizabeth Mae Gregory one of the Groves most popular young lladies is also unfortunate enough to be on the sick list Some of Springfields young gentlemen were in the Grove on Friday eveningatteuding a party They were Messrs Geprge Rob ertson William Medley Wathen Simms William Robertson Steve Thompson Leonard Baker Misses Elizabeth and Mabel Thompson were the pleasant guests of Miss Katherine Ballard last Wednesday Mr and Mrs T G Trent gave the young folks a party Friday evening Miss Addie Cox who is now makingher home with Mr and Mrs J F Martin is visitirg heri Mackville relatives this week Miss Ellen Gregory the charm tug young daughter ofMrJ F Gregory entertained a few of the younger set at her home on Saturday evenings Those pres entwere Misses Jennie Leach man Lilly VanAr dale and Ma ry Lqgan Neal Messrs Hock qnCharlieJudge B L Litsey and little McMicken Leachman are on the sick list this week Evans Crow acd wife and little Theo visited at T J Treats the first of the week Carl L Walls is at home after a short stay at Kirkland Miss Jnlia Hays is quite ill with the measles J W WallS purchased two horses of Byron Parks last week Madam Rumor jeports a wed aing for this section soon ISValley Hill Measles and la gripp prevail in this and adjoining vicinities The family of Hugbey iaoatlpy have had quite a severe attack of1arippl r Gilbert Donojioe James and Willie Moran have the measles Mrs Mirgaret Offut is quite ill of lagripp Burr Crume of Nelson pur chased of Earnest Goatler one horse for 125 Mrs T A Tatum held the lu thel45graphophonehutfit raffled ottf by Mr Logsdon last week II The pound party given last tJJanes Thurman and Miss Pearl Goat ley was well attended The R F D is growing more popular every day and almost every farmer living on or near the route baji a mall box We are glad to hear that St Catherine Academy will be re built near Springfield is it will be a great additiom to the town as w ell as the benefit they will reap therefrom I fully endorse the sensible suggestion on dirt raads by Overseer N6 = I think if 7 50 per mile should stop the ruts on some of the dirt roads it would be doing well it would taketwice the amount to put the roads in go4 traveling order While I do not travel dirt roads likefortfiemI guess those who travel them all the time would appreciate a good road more than anything else Ii hope some one else will endorse this question and help to get good roads for the benefit of those who need them the most Good roads are the life of the country Death has again visited our neighborhood and taken there from a most estimable gentleman Mr John Hughes He had suffered only a short time from tthe effects of a fall he received a week previous to his death Whi1e returning from town his horse became frightened and turned the buggy over throwing him out ard bruising his head and shoulders The deceased was about 65 years of age and a most honorable and upright cit izen He leaves a wife and one son besides a host of friends and relatives to mourn his death Interment at New Hope Monday at lOa m BblNCOE i Mr Earnest Newton who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Monroe Newton has returned to Louisville where he has a position Miss Ella Carabron visit d MISS Prudie Cambron on Sunday last Monroe Newton sold to Dick Filiatreiu two fine mules for f250 J L Brent and wife attended mass at Manton on last Sunday Cull Reed who has been on the J 8ck list is very much improved Miss Lja Corbett who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Doll Filiatrean has returned to her home in Lebanon Toe dogs Mr of Monroe Newton made a raid on the flock of sheep of Mr Rad Murpbreys one day last week and killedone tine one valued at 10 rMckvllle Ta Baker bought a 3yearold horse of Wayne Burcsat f130 Harry Turner bought u bunch of 50 Ib stioats of J W Sweeny at 150 each Willie Raybourne lost a nice mare of pneumonia Miss Ida Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs Ella Leachman at Fairfield Wood Gillispie bought an 8 yeir old mare of Davis Kays of Battle at 100 Will Turnersold 8400 pound of tobacco to Harry Riley at 7c Will Bradley of Leroy 111 is in our vicinity visiting relatives Charlie Tumey bought a 4 months old Poland China Boar weighing 105 pounds of Joe Cnn ningham Co Peru Irid at i20 also two registered heifers at 6Q and pnehatf interest in the Red Wilkes stallion of James Bowles Sons at 69- IrvinMaysboughta4 year old mare at 160 and fold her to J T Lester at 70 also sold a4year oldhorse to Tom Simms springf- ield at 10OSBenton Lawson and Jim Tyre of Coxville Ind are visiting in the communityS John Best of Jackson county Mo is visiting in the vicinity- H E Case Sold 600 locust posts to S L Bailey of near Harrodsburgat 15c each W P HatcHett sold 5 horses ages 4 to 10 to different parties from 50 to 980 each Butler Snewaaker bought a bunch of 725 pound steers of WycoffCassitBic1NNIi z 51 djII f I Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fat take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eattbread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have beenhiviflgonamflkdietarKlwait nourishing take Scotts Emulsion V To jet fat you must eat fat Scotts emulsion is a greg ffattener a grett strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh t blood and nerve For invalids for eon IconsumptivesI who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural ttonic 5cj6tts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sampl- eS me Out this kttiM in the fwm eI a Uktl Is on the Wrapper f every k tU ef EnwUieii Yeti Ny SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 4O9PearSf NY cMdI aI Wgw MOORESVILLE We are haying rather gloomy weather at present Mr Wm Sweeney children have pneumonia We are glad to report Mr Jas I Royaltys children as improv ing Mr John C Hughes who was seriously hurt as he was return ing from Springfield Satuiday February 27and died Sundav March 6th of bis injuries Interment Monday at New Hope cemetery Rev Bt F Adkir6 conducting the services Mrs Susan A Goatleys sale will take place March 32 at 1 oclock p m t Mr Joe Qoatley left last week for Illinois to majke that his fu lure home Mr Charles Shehah and Miss Maggie Smith were in Spring field last Monday Beech Fork was pass lordng last Monday morning consequent ly but few people in Maud on that day Some of the wheat fields ale greening up a little which shows the wheat isjnot all dead yet Miss Cle via Goatley willleave for Illinois next week We wish hersuccess in her new home ItSSpid His tel P A Danforth of LapraDgei Ga suffered for six raontns vriih a frightful ruLirig sore on bis leg butt writes that Buckleus Arnica Sulve wholly cured it ib five days For uqr Wounds Piles its the best salve in tha world Cure juafanteed Oily 25cls Sold hy qJ Hajdon druggist ornmissionsSa1e LM1jurnerc P11Ts51 Vfl Eqolt FannioRandoIphc dfts By virtue of a judgment and order of sate of the Washington circuit court rendered at the Febroary term thereof 1004 In the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY MARCH 28 1904 at 2 oclock fp m or thereabout be Ing county court dav to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the foltowlng towitIi Washington county Ky on the waters of thefBeech Ferk and bounded as foll Ou the East by the land of James B Mitchell on the North by the lands Mrd Rowe and Best on the West tho lauds of Horace Liteoy and ofI the South by the lands of CQC ongher and Joseph Whayne contain- Ing about 268 acres being the land now belonging to the heir of Samuel Turner and known as the Sam Montgomery farm For the purchase price the pur chase or purchasers with approved security or sureties muse execute bond bearing legal interest from date ot sale until paldand having the force and effect of a Judgment BIdderS will be required to comply with these 11Ki Wfile Hid Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E Ck DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only r1talaI j xema Tetter Piles etc There are many counterfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they arec all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve He that tll name ifC BeWitt Co Chicago is on he box and a cure Iis certain Sold by all drugriats j Sole Agents for Old Hickory f and Studebaker 9 Wagons f t j I vKiipteiiwftst T TIr VJqvM DEALERS INt t J J J + 11 rt I Buggies t tmpleB16ntsGrainanFi SeedS I J i1t I We handle f Su rieys Carts of all gi to iht ft the pureh ser Agents for Svr cup BinsidePlowiJA f J v 00 Call examine our extensive line of Harness Collais- t j t Work Gear Buggy Robes and Horse Blankets 5 SEED OATS 1Cash Paid for HIDES and FURS C DizzuiAppetite poorP3 Bowels constipated Tpngue coated literAyers r vegetableGoI4to TcUMCoLowell xWant yur moustache orbeard abeautiffl brown or rich blick Use BUCKINGHAMS DYE nrrr en blvcGI x P RIII co KisBT W1t = s INDIA RUBBER The 1Jf1lGseItThe first notice o India rubber dates back 500 years when Ilerrera a Span Ish historian tluring the second voyage of Columbus saw that the natives of Haiti played with balls made of the gum of a tree which were lighter and bounced better than the wind balls of Castile In a record publish Un Madrid IGlu we are told There Is a tree which the Indians call uleJuahuIUery high with round ashy gray leaves It ylejds a milky substance thick anti gummy In great abundance which Is collected anti allowed to settle in calabashes and afterward softened In hot iateror smeared over ttye body and rubjjed oil when sufficiently dry Even at that early elate Spaniards used the Juice of the ule tree to water proof their doaks The first accurate account of these gum elastic or caoutchouc trees was furnished by La Condamlne who was sent In 1735 by time French government to measure an arc tof tire meridian near Quito It was Introduced into Europe ns a drug about j30 and sonic fifty years later was used commercially as rubber for pencil marks and to waterproof clothing v THE WATER LOTUS A Plant That llam the Power of Pa rlfrlnjr Stnndlaff Water i There is a plnut growing in the foutheru waters of the United States prorertymuse standing water perfectly healthy The people of Louisiana and Missis sippi cull if the water lotus It consists of leaves about the size of the head of a pin and rootsso fine as JUIClOlscopic u jr observer lookB like a coating of green ccuui The flowers and seeds are microscopic so that Its appearance lnany given locality Is not readily ne counted for but wherevcr It does ap pear the water b6nkatu is always fit to drink So marked Is this property that fam- Ilies i using the tyatcr from bayous where time lotus is hlnmdant are known to luc better general health fhan tho e taking their drinking water from placep where the lotus is not found It is often trausiilantcd Into ponds bayous und lakes spreads with woudor fut rapidity nnd never failsto do 4ts work wclLrSt cIxifila GlobeDemocrat j jIrrrM WITnnuT CO TING ACENT Any tfle Can rry Mlona the Re markable FIeh Forming Food Wood Campbell one of the best known drURgistsJin this section wants every reader of the NKWSLEADKR Who has been losing flesh or who Is under normal weight lo test Iioca atlIatl r COUPON I Thh Coupon entitles any reader or I the NEWSLEADER to have the pur chae price of MIona refunded hiI cae it doc9tiot increase the weight andcure stomach troubles We as sqme all the risk and Mions is ab Kolutely free unless it gives satisfac tion Wood Campbell Wa TAKK AttRiSK Campbell will supply a regular fifty cent bpx of MJ ona nd sign a guarantee to refund the money if the treatment dOci net increas weight give freedom from stomach ttoubles and restore health and strength If Miona succeeds you have gained health and lle bat a titug expense if it fails DruggIsts Campbell will return yurmoney and pay for the lr atnieriu As aa evidence of gatx faith fifty cents should be deposited with Wood tCampbell when getting a box of Mi onaaisd they will give a signed ri ceiptorefud the money If the treat meat fai Ss ORMIiut6II OI r r Couflu Cold MM Critip = Sj Headquarters for al- tFARSUPPLiE8 SPRINGFIELD KY Phone No 20 AVKKICAS AoEicCLTCBiST the great rural Journal of the East an4 South U the bessand most practical of Its Icind FOR 60 YEARS It ha on been tho one Ittiniaalntalns accepted author- Ity Its supremacy as thdold nIbble In ail thatpertains to farm practice and thOuahLIt U the mostwelcome pabllcatlonto proeresalTO farmers la tho Middle States and the South THE IT due tothe Talueof general a4 special editorial features and pollcr Of nd less welcjxt Is the absolute reliability of Its reading and adrertliemets = FREE YEAR BOOK AND ALMANAC dat once as low are trutti f with the AMEUICAK AOEI CULTttJUST YEAR BooKandALxAc for 100 Thiigreat work Is a Cp41 of I oercss and Events In tho VThoto World A Karbt OUj Complete UM A tnvntj of SutbUni A Kiferne irrk on Every Subject of Timely InterestPtab1agtoAtlekr tducrbeA1ii Eiibi4Z4 EUiuanIPrognu It II a aoan Lxu1Cefta1n WMar Bus u for Xtb tc1Iu r r c for ach month J J 1 9IUM F enOf bow rlnlivbt will be caaBed to you tiT addressing HUCKJUJ JUyilLake4jPleeStwTIktlt7 Jw MUrMT FLOYD feh Fcr 4ff bdur laws are little 5Dr Xngs flew Life always and day Lion t Sick ache Lty and Easy lea8ant safe Only drug atora tt 1We seLl Coal iin Af1Y 1 1 from Ia C floi iJi I t Buggies the and IWood Tornado DiscllarriO- 1ier ld r S s lr IrAGMCULTURIST PESTIQEofAxznIcurAonLcuLTt7nJsr EYEIY ThF HrtCU Puttii i- AIiIcvtt EVEY rKPteI PlPnE ZwI FrO Our SPECIAL Offer News Leader T0O d American AgricuiturJst root2l5and 1pO i Our Price For AH135tf FOR CHILDREN i jthej complaintIsaw Oar baby was away seemedbeyondgive him up Owens Pint MUtur esouklvseye4 r H I Iv 4Dairyz Howtot MOE rthSS- ae- M d yr1 j i j Almanac f tWI 1 j 2k IIi11JtieIIC k DYSPEPSIA fan THE TABLETS 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All1 Dental Work StricUy J F1itEcluii DRv J HLAMPTON I A JFPI01 IpenHie l i t Jt piJSlOGIJ t 1j SPKIJ QFIELDKY a OFFICE ljr Rineharfi for iMr pffiueit ojrer P 6plM Deposit B1 Ofic bors2t2pi f W ikrnics ATf QRNEY AT LW c rlptesk8PRINQFIILD KY f L tJflLTT ft D i r SPRIJ rGflELDf KY I Office lI Peopks Bank Building I t XNic1e ce 13 Te1p1iones fOtk 95 k JOHN Y1 MAYES S l IKL O DIRECTOR i ijAN immTELEPHONE PAY 19 NiQHrr f SP8M6FIEID H 4 THERaS SOElHIIGfO BEE The great oiilhwest iincites the entire North a id astto make a tour of- inipcctonaid recreation to the prin cipal buaine centers within the bonn daries of Oklahoma and Indian Terri tories and TJexas on Febr ray 16th 0 March 1st of March JSth lTbiH territory di immensit la all things commands the attention of persons interested in the advancement of the Educational Agricultureal andj Manufacturing growths of oar couri iry Ayolditbe weather extremes of 4 thS North a id East at this season of the yearbytaking advantage of the opportunity Afforded iii the loy latesj effective oa dateamentioned by Fris t co System ndCOirnecting Lines via St Louis azid Kansas City Gatesvvays Frtm St Ixjuis to Oklahoma and in 4 dian Territories 850 to Texas 110 00 From Kansas Citv and Memphis 86 60 and SSOOF respectively Also round rip 1ate of 1500 frotn St Louis and v KahtaSCity to Texas on above dates vith liberal step over privileges ThTrio Syslem has four trains daily frorajst Louis and Kansas City ptJuou Statjohs ID tigs SaIl h west The SSfisons GretOrI Yoir want the most reliable reading matter obtainabteduring this Presidential year The Ixiuisyilln Uera1dand the NEWS Leader meet your requirmentst You can secure The Louisville Herald Daily Edition for one year thrjee hundred and thirteen 4 issues aid the NEWSLEADER for 250r The Heralds reputation for lair iind unprejudiced political news is veil known Those who Y are Republicans and Democrats 1anfbe sure to Oimns truthful reports of all po Utica iibppeoinga The offei stated abjovens the best proposi tion1 everi made tdhe people of this community it is the llow f eat price ever asked for a met ropolitacj newspaper in cQnbina ttonwith ouriwil During the year 90i you will want to keepi posted to the minute op politicall happoningsi and you CEn well afford to pay the price asked for this information Tills offeris made but for a limitedt time it may be with IrawiTwithout notice Here iis otrtaml a bargain Take ad- T niigelof it Subscribe now It1 Seridai6ney to the NEWSLEAD EkSpririfie1d vcJii CaIe Pmolla Ott tke cst renntkabte caws cf a eold4eraedol1tke lungs caus fp imoUt ts that Mrs Gertrude K ITtiMMr Marion lad who wAsen MsIy CKcsd by the lice of One Mlnatc OII erc Sfcreays the cth1 i fviiN 0 wuk4d wtuIt 1pkeAt frog 148 to po I1s IaI1 Qf i to 4 mvpMMttit I VMfi OMree1Mt hCJ ssr h Eloca oestoce4e tratweight tIth Mud treQath8014 y all 4ruggih T lrI WiN w 1 WN HH HfijHfi iTheiI i I ill AfrmtY rwirJ Friends I ami Acquaintances zI4111 ittI RUSTORft rOBTRY Where are you colD my pretty said i laM JKolnrttfthe So thslrnshe caid May I K t with you my pretty jjBtid Ob Ifo4 just Wood sir she s3id How shaW we irayeljmy pretty aiald nGofind the Campbell sir she said 1j Go to ONans for ydur seed potatoes I Pure country tiorgbnm at Hi M ONanJr See our Plow GearatLlOper- pair at theRacket Onion sew and all kinds of garden seeds at ONan Fresh fish and oysters eVery Friday atJ A Solders tiFor a strictly first class coffee try ONan s N mr8 Santos Country produce wanted Hagan Bros Good syrup at 135 cents per gallon at ONans grocery I have a nice lot of Sheep and hogs forsale IsAACfcCuimY Pay us a visit The visit will pay you Hagan Bros FOR SALE A nice lot of baled timothy hay J F PETTUS For fresh groceries phone 31 Hagan Bros Get our prices on granite ware before buying Hagan Bros Phone us your orders We deliver goods IfagahBros t Have you seen the bargains on tbe5 and lOc counter at Hag n Bros Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds of all kinds at JrvineMc Elroys grocery r Best sewing machine on the niarket for sale by Leach an the furniture man Dred Apples Beans Hominy and in fact most anvthing you eat at the Rocket Iine California Apricots at T Irvine McElroys f61 idcents pey pound worth 15 cents j WANTED Onion ketts also buttErQtbtut market price J ASHAPER 1 jJGet our prices on Saddles and see if weaie not lower than the lowest Oanohell Racket FOR SALEA surre in first class condition Enquire of DR MvyrHiAT Springfield Ky at lOur Garden Seed Potatoes and Potatoe Onion Sets are here and- o prices aye right the Rack rr tDont pay an agenlSGOiora sewing machine Ayhen you can buy one of Leachman theFur niture Man for half the money WeWe expecting a nice Hoe of Chairs ane Rockers in Friday from the factory tet our prices before you buy for spring rock lug at the Racket Go to Leachman the Forth ture Man for au improved Wheeler Wilson Dewing Ma- chIne The oldest and best in he market Will Lancaster an industrious and wellknown Colored man died at his home near town on last Friday and was buried from St Dominic chvrch oa Saturday See Lum Abell befora buying your spring suit He represents Wanamaker Bron the big Philadelphia merchant tailors Guarantee fit Guarantee wear i Hew istthis for a good offer The NEWSLEADER and the Daily Louisville Herald for one rear and a good mail box all for 35p Open for flimited time Appry at the NEWS LEADER There is more sickness in the town and community just now than has been known to exist for a long time Measles la grippe and pneumonia are the prevail i diseases 11ii bALE Anice young mare 5 years old arid per fe2tlr gentle and sound Also a rubbartire Stanhope In good condition for sale ta bargain Apply to Miss Annie D G randy t TOPICS 1f f Messrs William D aNd Pall IJ mer G McElroy have bought 61 A R Shultz a lotion Highland Ave measuring 117 feet front They intend to shortly begin theIt erection of two nice dwellings on the property Miss Jennie Redding who is teaching school tat Pleasant t Grove has closed her school for- Ij IjtbejIj1 su me as soon as meaes its inning f Mrs Ad Buckman a m9st esti mabl3 lady of the Fredericks town neighborhvcd died at her home there on last Saturdayani was buried at Fr dericksto n P Monda She was a Miss Cirri co and had many relaiivesin the county j In tile death of Mr John Hughes of the Valley Hill neigh borhood the county has llostra good citizen and his many friends were greatly shocked at the ne itS A further account of his death is given in our Valley Hill letter this week John the little son of John Hv Moore died at the home of hft faibtr this place onstSaturi day of tuberculoss He was ilbeeni remains wra buried atSt Domi- nie cemetery A l9dge or club of young men to be known as tbeuS A C has been organized in town and the following is the enrollment at present Ruel Poster Rod V Wharton Harry and Will ONan Will Waters John Kelly John Roberts George Neikirk and Christopher Herileinv The Contest case of It4D Riley at against Nimrod Hendt nfor the office of Justice of the l eace in the WillisburgNorth district was decided by Judge Patteson i last week in favor of the jplaiti tiff Riley In his decision Judge j PatJesJn throws out theentire tto vote of the Willisburg precinct at the last election on the L j grouhtl that it was illegal for the re son that the pos were allowed to remain open and votes counted after four oclock pm I which iis the llegal hour fcr closing MFranfcworks for Mr Henry Wliiteman out in the county carae1 to tqvn the other day and attempted a shoplifting act but was capE tured bofore he could complete the transaction He sauntered into the store of Robertson Brosa and was attracted by the dis play of fine cloth being shown by a merchant tailor who was here taking orders When no one hJsaeak1 j as thcgoQdswere shortly afterwards missed Mar shalGta e Was notified and fol slowingb the stolen goods He w locked upSMillinery Display on Saturday Before Easter We have been very busy for the past month and willcontinueC so as we are preparing for the grandest millinery display that we have ever made We aroII purchasing latest patterns from the leading millinery houses in New York Cleveland St Louis t and the famous Gage hats in Gbicago these bemg impcrtaR Lions from Paris and made bye different artists there will be no two alike Our trimmers will u ieturil in abOU two weeks We can fill any special orders on4calle MANSFIELD MILLINERY Co Millinery at WllIIsburgI Miss Mayme Caldwell who isii an experienced milliner will onhSaturday March 19th open at Willisburg one of tne most exI tensive lines of millinery goods ever brought to that town She will pave a large assortment ofS hats of the latest fashionable designs t and everybody is invited to calland inspect goods before ibuying elsewhere i I Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale at 40 cents per setting ot 17 eggs jIMrs Wilson Green R F D No 4 Springfield Kyj oiY r Early Rise fIftu 1Ik I JitJtt ECONOMY t VL EXTRAVAGANCE fOn the word of one of the wisest Philosophers of the age you may set it down as a truth that a toan can better afford the most economical of extravagances than the most extravagant of economies Its Extravagant Ecohorpy lib wear your told Glasses if are not exactly suited to 1theY can show you whether they are and it wont cost you anything to know C F RUSSELl Maini St Springfield Ky H H HOR- DDENTISTOFFICE RIUKHJUJT BciwBdiM Pennanently locatedISPRINGFIELD KY F9EFBCNAL Jdiler George Catlett has the measles Mr J W S Clements Louis ville was here this week Miss Anna J Simirs has been quite ill with the grip Mrs Lqn Carlisle of Lebanon as in town last Friday I G D Eobertson Jr 1was in Lebanon the first of the week islinMiss BelMBirch of Willisburg visited friends in toWn last week Mr Charles Logsdon of Lebanon street has a very sick child Miss Lydia Duncan isi visiting the Misses Leachman at Pewee alleySMr G B Cunningham has returned from a business trip to Louisville B J Baker who iis in business Shelbyvillq was at Home for a short stay Mrs John H Waters and sev ernlofl her children are quite sick with measles N al Boblet atd Will Russell have returned home from a trip Bloomfield f DMr Jemes Bently and wife of 3uisille visited at S C Hen drens last w6ok Mrs Kate WilIi sbas re turned from a trip to Louisville and Indianapolis Miss Annie D Grundy visited iss Florence Gray the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon visited the family off L Mjiyes Sunday i Mrs T Dudley Wels andHt1 lIe daughter have returned from visit to Louisville Mrs Alice Thompson Louis ville is visiting friends in town and iin the county Mrs Hamilton Robertson has returned to Bardstown after a visit to lriend3 her Jot JohnS L McElroy after a evere spell of illness is able toe tn the streets again Mips Sallie B Pope ot Louisville was visiting her mother here the first of the week Mrs Charles McElroy spent a few days of last week at the Me hord infirmary in Lebanon D B Lake and family have moved into the house of Mrs Mayes on Main street Mr Frank Wall and little son of Louisville were visiting rela tives here the first of the w ek Miss Flora Mudd and little F iichard Robertson have return d tile- from a pleasant visit in Louis j Oscar Shewmaker has return l from Louisville where he has been tatting a course io a medical college Miss Margaret Spalding Wh9 is a student at Nazareth is at ome for a few days to visit her parents Miss Sarah Simms who has been confined to her home for ome time with illness is repor ted better Children of Mr Lloyd Haydon and the family of Mr Ben Spa ding are among those afflicted with measles t Mr Spalding Clements and sister Mayola attended the fu al of Mr Thomas Johnson in Lebanon last week Mrs Sallie Simms has returned from Nazereth Academy after visiting her daughter who is attending school there t = = = r New Storet 1 Net GoOds i I I and New Prices I have opened a general line of 4 Merchandise in the store room for i merly occupied by Mr Ed Mi Russell two doors east of Post Office where I willbd found at all times willing aJ1I and ready to wait on you Come in m inspect my goods and get my prices w Having had a business experience of m almost a quarter of a century I can assure you I possess the knowJedge Lvi of a close buyer which places mein m a position to give you the most goods for the least money Call ttd M give me a triallis all I ask and see tor yourself 1 IBeSPeCtfU1Y PJTHOMAS fMr John Taylor the well known mail agent and a recent residentof the county was in town Monday shaking hands with old friends Jessie Wakefield thelitto son of Mr and Mrs M H Jones is quitesick with bronchial pneu mania and whooping cough Messrs M Jj and John S arcy and W K Marks returned Slit urday night from a trip to Miss issippi wbere they were pro pecting Supt J W Bush and family have moved in town from the W 0 McUhbrd place and ire ocou pyin the Thurman House owned by J G Man field D Miss Jennie Claybrooke with Missess Lucy Selecman and Sa die Mayes are guests of her brother Hon W D Claybrooke at prankforttbisweek Mr T B Blandford of Louis ville was here the first ofthe week Mrs Blandford who has been visiting her mother here for sometime returned with her husband Miss Elma Leachman of the county has gOne to Louisville to accept a position with her aunt Miss Margaret Funk modeste She will be greatly missed by her friends here For Sale 1 will on Saturday March 12 sell to the highest bidder at pub lie outery at the Court Housfe door in Springfield my house and lot situated on Lebanon pike and fronting 100 feet on said pike and running back tto Doctors street 400 feet This lot can be divided so as to make 4 lot 2 with frontage of 50 feet and 2 lots of same size frcnting on Doctor St House has six rooms veranda and baqk porch with good cellar and cistern at porch This property is well located Terms made known on day 1o1 sale ROBT NPE D lou laDi Strcuilb If you want to increase your strength you must add to and cot take from the physical In other vprds the food that you eat mult be digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood tissues before being expelled from the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the the physical It gives strength to nod builds up strength in the human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only corn bination of dFgejtants that will digest the food and enable the system to ap propriate all of its health and strength giving qualities Sold by all druggists his Propf of high cul ture to say ttte greatest matters in the simplest way ITS FEHRSMAtT TONIC SDR PuPEPSIN BY JUPITER The shades of aliht were falling fast As through f the Springfield village passed Two fisherman who bore eddedJrl ice A jug with strange device11 Byjupit r1 Their brows were glad their hearts beneath With joyous thrills were wreathed And like sOme theyJsprungSS1n a wagon and out they sung 4 By Jupiter The happy home they left that nightfFor the campfires gleam as warm and bright For above their head the f stars shone And from their lIps escaped the groan fBy JUPiter fIve caught a bass Mr Booker said And John Lewis dearly fell over dead With roaring laughter deep and wide Mr Booker yelled and loudly cried By jupiter Ol auirestJIm tired and 4ve done my best As he stood Iin the water lip to his 4thigh Threw down his line and heaved a sigh Byjupiter Beware of the sycamore rottimg- bhincV Ijookjout hers an avalanche Tills was Bookers last for the night Down he fell tram his kingly height By jupiter At dawn of day and homeward bent These two fisherman without a cent Shaking and shivering and bait a1- gone 1Butme old song By jjupiter They tr veledstUI homeward bound And when they struck the lucky town As clasped Iin their hands as in a vise A string of fish got by strange device A By jipfter There on the counter the fiph they lay At least thirty p3unds they weIgh A fins days sport nqt bad by far For you know Lewis doest practice atthebarSBy juplter OF it Commissioners Sale M rgtBarnettadmxbPllfal fEqtyHeuryBy virtue of a JudgH3eBt and order of tale of the Washington Ciroait Court rendered at tke yebraary teem thereof 1904 id tb above cause J shall proceed to offer for sate At the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky MONtJAY MARCH 38 1904 at or about 2 oclock pntblnicounty court day to the higbost bidder at public auction upon a credit of 8 and 1Z mouths the foltowia e de scribed property to wit A tract of lland Washington cons ty Ky OB little Beech Fork and on the west side of the WilUabarg tarn pike road and bounded on the North by the water of the Little Beech Fork on the welt by tlM Brew Heirs ontbeSoutkby the County roaQ and oh the Eastby the lurapfke and Beech Fork contalalng 68 acres 3 roods and 31 poles For the par6hase price tke pur chaser OB perchasere with approved security or aaretkir pact exeevte bond bearing teaiatrat fret dat e of sale until paU a4 JiaviBf the force and efect ot a J edla4st BHWert will be required tQ ee plj promptly with these tersM G LEACHMAX M CWCC CASTORIAi Per ImJat a4 Ckilim- TM KM YN INm Ahf ft JdpR l Bears uIIPMWt ef iliwillwwiij iiil6 j Get Your Spr1ng S1tbwtf i IjjWe have jus oRgia d Inr 1 I extensive linei of SPRING j I tiisriItjj j a ii houses as Straus Bros Saxon 2 Jirsqlibauni andtliers 7i IiI COMPLETE NEW BTOGKP1jtlI 1 of Mens Hats andhfif 1f lit y latest styles to seleet j iIilead see lnJrJr ff 9 Jnew styles N or111bl t 1 o to show goods i i u J f1 ROBERTSON BROS blKA 5 2t t H MM t k4 JOHNS McElROY 6NRAl INSIRANEE MlN L a 1 Lfe7Fire ardTorr1o iIf 1htp4aOFFICEOVERPEQRLEBANK f i I i i441SDuring my absence from office W F GliiJy or George Neikirk will attend to any Busmti for me 1 ff The Big MoiMiirt fof Rt1ers f Is Dr Joe Haas Hog Remedy which for mor thu7 years has stood the severest ltooLs ric1 in all casecaA be l depended upon J j tt DR HAAS PAYS FOi ALL HO tHMDrNI Wl fed at Full particulars Insurance Pre DrHaaV Iwok w n for our store for f- IQ a 25 lb can 1250 cans 650 f240 f125 awl 50c pp7cte rq 20th Century Poultry FeM L7L i t The greatest producer on nar1rhJ KoJshealthy cholera roup and allotheipoiiUry 1f BIt ItOJ24Cljtck k Dr Has Stock RMy t FuKrisaCttl4k PE Ji T J As its nasse this a REMEDY not 1 food iti jT I equalled for correcting the cqssmoadlsor4erl In M ca1tleMi beep aa well as may oftke more serious complaiats Asf Hi I COn ltlOn r and growtprOisOtera a sure prtyentlve frJii H 1 2 J disease III1esdAaspIuePAsec4sE tr f ORALX McCLURE WELLS noil CALT FOR IROIJLARS eNoFLxt J iiiIV I IiI I 27 + Hrt l FOLLOW THE FLAG TaII GALIFORKIA A- NKORTHIEST Tke Wabsli RlillOlq and Its coanectlons offer vary low fafe to Colonist asd HoWe Seek era from Marcia 1 to April30- Ala very towrmiHd trip rata Ie San FranciscoANb Los Angeles On Account f citcral ctcccMctt5J11cIChrc Tickets on sale April 22 to May 00I For further particularscalIort ad dress F W GREENE D L Pass Att WabaahR L roo 303 TJr1wvBidr Lpui3vUteKy Notice fo CVcdlfgrs- All1 peraons KatiBf claja- sagist the of Jofii Mil burn aeoi ed will pfteot the same toproPerJy jacofTM at oc of my attosy Wr E Neikirk a the town of Spring r field on or befOre the Ittdsyof 1904 THOMAS E WILSON Adoir of te estate of IWilbur WAWTUD Mwi or 1fCurprttlv e fo llgb- majila ITf oisOCuIipNH1fI1Ml N Train r 80 Easi WMtoinnott qar weN Yor1cN y en this RsieISis k preri ventivc regard insfthis ofiitiMt Ji Kacoiofy i valuable book every crki Mar anda FREEcopy of kckZybe t ha at tksisg half egg the prevent disease i I Js Live tImplies ued rae I l Mtate the April lp1IS it FREE itr RECLrNINGtr5 i4- C t FIA R CXst h ON TWE POPVtAJt t t HENYD IiscROUTB t sPTsEL r of J LOUISVILE v w EVANS4LLE tt i SWhEGiS tl THE WEST P Jt OfJj pQIJa wEll RtAswsar 1 Retining iiir Cit uryc biJ weed I4eihf L jSj Dot t 10 tJif k ui W t10ill04f iii trYinto f i the Hss4sraon Rete HibH ebilASK US AiaOtlT T l XJIMWlN GoT4A4- tAgent ari rL L HHaveaY Yi- i rcDSi ffasIupJ LAUHtJo4at FiiTII8 A MovedtID4haulingIIDtIIfOQl1e rites PHONE22i j iP 4 61e Getllemon 1 Mm 1nutotta llfl r 3oJi TAmJit7OH i JV ia1 J uJr MtChirtC iJJt1 2 r MeC1 II 11F eiab4 + eI iiiHiiiiijjjHH a Myma oe p ua Jft1 pri4 Wac yoti awl- w Isu MtoBtfeMtjr arm JII bare ewpt the etoee Ir Ur ihaklac w case M1t3 aM twIves iere W1MMB TM Md kfe ihw tore 4 1aNaa kwiMd wIth tfce fern HHMMMMMOtl o nat fedUvg t l ivtth the W MIe of all eye bi 5ML awl osi a set ie ltI a iMMlnd yard ef Mm ere psIS Ii oi4tt t ab4t the tows politelylirjiipiiMd nttvni tMettktVw jua k aJbMNl JMttlMteMM fi M tie animal cMhi kilt km EMM wlthM bteat IN 6e lMMi a Tartew ad pAao1M ioud a tnW word It was s b aw lIIak lOCk broadly INl g awl ytJvTMMttd ebora of d 1 J juh e4 In front of tk fre rtif MH wIth Mw Btrdteck on Ji- I JMi am Md called loudly to a gentle J issa thr about the level of Jims sad 4Jele1I receswcre- hMMt to0 MMtrt fet e tk4c moralBg IBMiir Hlfetc six Mwired peepfe ev jtir MM wttIima kearlar turned to bolt JIia1MIt itM Mikiei w hi cMiverMUoa with a Sj tN Mtic RIM tfcer Say Mr Harkless f 4IiwMJ iirfeirpally Tbe peapte tlrail b fcwk at HkrkleM Ills tten Uta WM arMiiei awl Ua check grew tSSrJ pflMt fe Kf Jre Mked a Httfe coll isIaUta se MLaa yL iTAMft kt r what yc aay iko ted Jim M Ha hti haaA to his ear j WlMC ta H 2 Kteatea tie young MM XH km Ikat fellow tacl1tbe- aIIIe to Llpe Wfltetts Soeee iIttto aft 4i e tt JGiCgo wWt t1WJNt1tr I jMt 1IfaItW aa7 e awl yu- tIII5dd feel thcae here Hoosiers- I tlria c H itM them two fel l noliifctr aMl Mad uott Ha 31 We dfljwwff ta beetle too many fee em- htfcr FpS a upptr tier of seats the rusty toMfftii Kr Martin greeted itselfIll jeiItt1it jcteti Mke as extension ladder tbegaplngIat cu9C rM he aaML aa41y to those behind him rWt hit dryTsfce penetrated every where t yt nf jte hear Jim My ire a ahL 1rt Matdfeck Joined In the laugh jit wit and proceeded with hto wMe to awue seats forty or fifty tNtat When hebad settled him itit ellllWi hesboQted over cheer jtlle wahappy editor Them ken MC lilt It la fer you Mr Hark MC 4 Katet tMt fool abet up yit snarl f Wthe 51d Mr Bedeffer Indignantly Jh was skttoc near the young couple- Aihr nMloa of his syuipatbyc wac dto tocUy audible to them and- aAres Got BO more regards tfMfa hMwtac ealfdlsWrbln a feller wkh Ua aweeiheart goingI gittjeand awl leave town Mr Barklesaf JMiealted iat Jiml1 protect you 4TMtly tothe yoosg mans relief the MAheffaa to play awl the equeatrlams taiid tajUMtrI a i capered out from the arnriBC tout for the grand cn 1 iJMUkec aad the performance com i iuMMMd Through the long summer irflr wi it ifeat on wonders of h niasip awl efhonewomanaUlp htiir raM ff exploits on wires tight faad slack giddy tricks ou the high aytac feats of leaping nudf tasn httac to the rings while the tIreleSs 1111daas blatted tesplringly through It all ll pauftiag long enough to SaIiht ilts Jester the clown to ak the riagmaster what he would tEC yeuAg lady came apl and kissed kM it ths street and toexpiode his wMtkhHM tinting short Intervals of- 1 NIt for the athletes SWke ft was over John and Helen 4 fawid themselves In the midst of a dtMely packed crowd anti separated t treat fls4 Brlscoeaud IJge People Wtffepuphlac awl shotJng and he saw erfce grew pale lIe realized with a aIlC 9t sya Hithy bow helpless he ww feel If he were as small as she ad at k4 utoest height could only sos UK auKMatlng1 back and huge aheuidirs JKMIICag down from above He WM keeping them from crowding iMayHy upea her with all his strength ad aMral fjeelbur of orotcctlveno i dbt yGUGETUP u JWTT1Ii LAM 3AcL j =J seraNeII newsIIf IIllKc great kI ey lIver bladder remedy V Itlith great medl cal triumph efthenla with ceatury dfs covered after years of sdenttfks research by Dr Khmer the mlr eat kidney and blad Ur aptckKM and Is WssIdd acoul In prompiy curing It bs1ddi uric acid ticubiJahe amBl ts which iU the worst fskl1msTtrosbleI r J tliaa6t tee AA1fIrfrythlrgbatIfyGuhtkld J er bid sr Irosblc 9111 be isdths r4ryossosd Itku bc iset- edINa4 INhetaiWorkInpriyate- r =thztoo poor to pIw ItLy daetapow arrsngerneat lisa bsbywkickauasrasthizpapr Isstfrss yM may LjiL ant freE by mall also a 4ook ab ut SwsmpRoQt awl how to ISI dgmaatI n rsadtaf this enerotu WtWIu4 0 cHI TM Wty cent and nW at aM are sold bjr alt good drafffsta + + t+ oHJoII 11 + 111 I came over him She was so filtle Xhd yet without tbtrrcmotcst hint of hard ness she gave hlm such a distinct im pres ion of obe rtnd equiiibrluui She med so zble1to meet nnythlllg that might omcv to understand it even to- thiiifh ItSo Americanly capable und sure of the event that in spite of her pale cheek be could not feel quito so protective as be wished ito feel He managed ttf get hereto one of the teat poles and placed ber with herbeck to it Then be set one of his oon bends rtgaln t it over her head brac d Idmself and stp kcephlin little pace about her and ruggedly letting ettdQtthflc1oc Cif18 iIl mi1z lit would lo onesbouid touch her IIn rough carelessness Thank you It waratber trying In thereMshcrsald andllookqd up into hisI eyes wlth a divine gratitude Please dont do that be answered in a low voice Do Vbati tti Look like that Sbe 1aot6iillo ked like that but more so young man young man she said IfcaryourQ wlshfulof turn lug a girls head The tlirdng was tblc roUnd them garrulous and noisy but they two Avere more richly alone together ttoliis appre Clailon tban if tbey stood on mme far satellite of 3Iars He was iiot to for ret tUatnnoment amThe kept the pjc furedf Ser us sbeleauell agatnst Jbe big blue tent pole there lnlil beat the vdear feruy eyes Jlf ted to his lIe piquant face with the delicate flusli stealing back to her cheeks and tbe brave little figure that bad rui fo straight to him out of the night sliid ows There was Something abdut ber and in tie moment that VuddeJy toucbt IiftniIiir sddenIbg swt ness too keen to be borne The forget menotnl1e ot t fgpor tlu3- tcouldocorneuajii wiql hlo lij- ssoulffid WH M from UIs lrt4nJtUelr bu yjO eyes He knewtbalfebe pbbuld alway s remfeni ber that moment Sliekno3tIt ftpp She put her hand tahor cheek nd turn d away from him a little tremu lously Both were sllentTThey had been together since early morning PJattvll Je was proud of blrii Many a friendly glduec from the folk who Jostled nb ut them favored Ns suit and wished both of them well arid many lips opening to speak to Hark lless In passing closed when their own ers more tactful than Mr Bardlpck Iook64ia second tithe Old Torn Martin still perched alone on his high seat saw tbcm stahdingy frjxnnuderIts beu three or four thousand years serice I was young he sighed to himself Then pushing his hatstlll farther down over his eyes I dont believed ort to rightly look on at that JcsIghcdognluns be rose and gently spoke tbfi nnnothls dens wife Mar jlt I reckon youre mighty tired wait in for flic Its ben lonesome Bdme tlri Do afu see tntfai old m nup fhereV said HelenVnoHdIng lier head toward Martin think I should like to know him Im sureI like him That Is old T m tfdrtln I know 4 1 WM sorrY and mnedJnbout11ll that conspicuousness and9sboutlug It must have been very npTcosant for you It must have been so for a stran get Please try to forgive Jne for letting you in for itP J But I liked it It was ail in the family and It was 89Ajoll5nnd gopC natured and tbit dearold man was so bright Do you nowsbe went on In a low voice I dont believe Im so much a stranger I think I love all these people jx great deulfln spite of having knbwn them ofaly two days At Unt a wild exhilaration possessed him Ro n dltowrtke l1i1ndsvlth every sthIn tlicf ttbnt t6 telrtbemall that he loved them with his whole heart but what was vastly more Im nfdenlfIntwodays lIe mndethe horses prance on the homeward drive and nice when she told him that she had read a good ninny of his political columns In the Herald rap jthem Into a fence Af ttfir this occurred to him that they were near 1be tfiejr destination and had come at perjyerBdiy shnrpait so he held the roans do u to a snalls pace It if be true that a snnlls natural gait is not a theyItalked of Torn Meredith anti bpoksand music and discovered that they dif fered widely about Ibsen They found Mr FIsbee in the yard theydrovCquite stopped Helen leaped to the ground noo1 run to the old scholar with both her hands outstretched to him He looked timidly at ber and took the hands she gave him then he produced from his pocket a yellow telegraph en velope Watching her nOxiously as silo received lt However she seemed to attach no particular importance JO it aai Instead of opening It leaned to a Z kill still holding one of hIs These awful old menr Harkless groaned Inwardly as he handed Ibo sayhelltor and Mr WlUettB Jbjid gone It we TI T I I 1 4SS Two sizes 50 cts and tlC TK WJLLTHER PORT 9 Ky I1UHUlla Pa Helen who kissed l s7ee Xbeyre coming out to spend the icY nlng nrant they asked Briscoc nodding to the young men as they set oft down the road LIge ihas to come whether be wants to or uof Minnie laughed rather con scIously Its his turn tonight to look after Mr llaTklcss I gus he woat mind coming said the jude Wciy returned lila glanc lug at Helen who stood apart reading thetclegrara toFisbee I know If he follows Mr Harkless hell get here pretty soon after supper us soon as the moon comes up any way The editor of the Herald was late to lila mcdl that night It was duskwbeu bcVoacbcd the hotel and for the 1Irt time In history a gentle man sat down to meat in that house of entertainment in cVenlng dress +There vasno cue in the dining room when be went Inthe other boarders had finished and It was Cynthia evening outbut the landlord Landls came and attended to his wants himself and chatted with him while he ate Tberos a picture of Henry Clay Laudls In obvious relevancy to lila companions nttlr theres a picture of Henry Clay somewhere about the house In a swallow tall Gov ernor Hay spoke here in one Bodeffei r says always wore one except It uss higher buljt up n yourn about the eel Jar and bud brass buttons I think Ole man YIinby was here again to night the landlord continued chang- Ing the subject lie waited around tel ye a good while but last he hnd to go Hes ben mighty up sence tty trouble this morning an wanted to see ye bad I dont know It you seen If but that felWr t knocked your bat off with a club got mighty near tore to pieces In the crowd before he got away Seems some of the boys recognized him as one of the Crossroads Skillets and sicked the dogs on bliii and he had a pretty nican time of It Wlmbj says thf Crossroads folks be worse n ever and says he Tell him to stick close to town says lie5 do anything to git him now nays be ant resk anything I told him you wouldnt take no stock In what any one says and I knowed well enough youd laugh that nwny But see here we donl put uotliln too mean for them folks I tell ye Mr Harkless nIl of us are scared for ye Time good fellow was so earnest that when the editors supper was finished and he would have departed Landh detained him almost by force uuUI the arrival of Mr VIlletts who the Hind llord knew was his allotted escort for the evening When LIge came wear Woiv a frk esfl had has Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Ypur Bipod Trouble Results Have iou heart trouble You have If you find it hard to brcatho after ivalkngup stairs cxcrctsln etc If you have pain In your left side In chest bacl l or shoulder It you suffer from cold extremities polo face blue lips dry cough swollen ankles If you have faintiny spells breast pang palpitation redness of tho face discomfort In sleeping on one side Tho only scientific treatment for this wholo train cf troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Cure is the prescription of a famous specialist whose great success in treating obsU nate nervous heart disease has made his name preeminent in tho medical and scientific world Tho medicine will cute you Wo know It Wo want you to proyc Jt It first bottle does not benoflt yjour druggist mIl give you back you money nttlme3bad I could not sleep hIfjtho ntght thebedot my brothers niwo dIed heart trou bin and L thought I wasgolng tio same way but about two and n naif years ngo I trot a pamphlet about Dr Miles New Heart Curo and thought I would try a fciy bottles After using them Irecovered and haVo had better health YearsItrouble nEV JEIUIY HURT Pistor Pi8 Church Hurt liaix L e e Trlal pRE3tofOrPIePalo Anti RemedyforOUrupoclalistyou what is wrong and low to right It COL10nA WALTIERS PEPTONIZEDkIPORT Takes Right Hold and helps back to vigorous health A pleasant tonic food containirigthe elements of flux trition in easily A digestible form Doctors have long prescribed it for inva lids conva= flescentsand weak or run ICLJ00J HAYDON Pharmacist PEPT05IZKD Springfield daqghtcr evening Columbus remarked wrought theyll Your tciied to DJ1J ti ma CHSUA meats had given opportunity the ianu lord hissed n savage word of reproach whlspertInglyreach that night Sir WHletts replied ifrith a nod implying his trustworthi ness and the young men went out Into the darknessSCHAPTER VII t moon bad risen and there THE a lace of mist along the creek when John and Helen- reached their bench Of course they went back there She turned to hIm with a little frown- Why have you never let Tom Mere dlth know you were living so near him less than a hundred miles when he has always liked and admired you above all the rest of mankind I know that be has tried time and again to hear of you but the other men wrote that they knew nothing that it was thought yotf had gone abroad I bad heard of you and so has he seen your name In Jbe Houen papersabout the White Cds and In politics but he would never dream of connecting the Plattvllle Mr Harkless with his AIr- Ilarkless though I did just a little hi a vague way I knew you of course when you came info Mr Halloways lecture the other evening nut why havent you written to my cousin Ilouen seems rntjicr far away to me he answered quietly Ive been ihrre only once half a day on business Except that Ive never been much far titer than Amo and then for a conven tion or to make a speech slncel came hereWicked she exclaimed to shut- yourself upllkathls I said It was tine to drop out of the world but why baVc you cut oft your old friends from you Why havent you had a relapse now and then and come over to hear Ysaye play and Melba sing or to see Mans field or Henry Irving whenic have hud them And do you think youve seen quite fair to Tom What right bad you to assume that be bad forgot ten OUr Oh I didnt exactly mean forgot ten he sold Tulllng n blade of gross to and fro between his lingers and taring at It absently Its only that have dropped out of tIn world you rnov They rather qxpccted me to do i lot of things and I havent dune them Possibly it is because am sea sitive that I never let Toui know They expected mt to amount to something but 1 dont believe his welcome would be less hearty to a failure he Isa good heart Failure she cried and clapped her hands and laugbod Im really not very tragic about ItIthough I must seem consumed self pity he returned smiling It IsI only that I have dropped out of the world while Tom Is still In It Dropped out of the world she echoed Impatiently Cant you see youve dropped Into It That you Last night I was honored by your praise of my graceful mode of quitting lH And so you wish me to be consistent she retorted scornfully What becomes of your gallantry when w6 abide by reason True enough equality In a denial cf privilege And privilege is n dental of equal1 Ity I doixt like that at all She turned a serious suddenly illuminated face upon him and spoke earnestly Its my hobby I should tell you and Im tired of that nonsense about wom en always soundhig the personal note It should be sounded as we would sound It AudI think wo could bear tDa lOs of privilege He laughed rnd raised a prQtostlng hand But we couldnt Xo you couldnt Its the ribbon of superiority in yoqr buttonhole I know Sexcral women who manage to live without men to open doors for them and I think I could bear toilet a man PAsS before jme now and tthcnor jvcar his hat In an office wbereeljiapp to betiiid could get i own ice ht tt dance I think poss bliw1th even less fuss and scramble tbatulve sometimes observed in the young men who have 1ouldneAnight lef declared ttyen when yre get representation for Youor taXJ4UoL will fiever be aljle to May elcsI giving us our privilegel 1 hate It wafted on J4 pther do things ngj myself She was so earnest in her satire so wU C9m Q r r jjtr Q a h1 iug ann tnerq was sucn a cpnTrast oa tween what she saId nnd her peikjp she looked so pr 5einliently the pretty marquise the little exquisite so es en tially to be waited on nnd belped toI havccloaks thrown over the dampness for fier to tread upon tb be run aboul forbe could see half a tloyen youths rushing about for her Ices for her cnr rlage for her chaperon for her wrap tit dancesthat to save his life ht could not repress a chuckle He man aged to make It Inaudible however and it was as well that he did I understand your love of newspa per work she went ou less vehement ly but not less earnestly I have al wass wanted to do It myself wantetl tQ immensely I cant think of a more fascinating way nfl earning ones llv Ing And I know could do It Why dont you make the Heraid a dally To bear her speak of earning ones living was too much for him She gave the Impression of rI hesnot only by the tine texture and fashtoniui of her garments but one felt that lux utica lint wrapped her from her birth lIe had not had much time to wonder What she did in Plattvllle It hqd oc Qurred to llni fliat it was a little odd that she could plan to spend any extent of time there even 4f she had liked illnnje Brlscoc at school He felt that she must have been sheltered and pet ted and waited on all her life One could not help yearning to waiton hYr- He answered Inarticulately Oh some day hr reply to her question anti then fell Into outright laughter I might have known you wouldnl take me seriously she said with no Indignation only a sort of wistfulness I am well used to It rtliink It Is be cause I am not tall People take big girls with more gravity Big people are neurly always listened to Listened to he said and felt thatt he must throw himself at her feet You oughtnt to mind being Tltanln Site was listened to iou- She sprang to her feet and her flashed liDo you think personal com 1utientfiercely and In Jils surprise ho nlmoslt fell off tit bench If there U one thing I cannot bear It Is to be told thait Ii am small I am not Every one whf Isnt a giantess Isnt small I detest personalities a I am a great deal over five feet fo great dcql more than thatt 1 Please please he said I didnt Dont say you are sorry Bhc lutcr ruptednnd in spite of labs contrition i he found her angry voice delicious It WAS still so sweet hot with Indigna tion but ringing not harsh Dont say you didnt mean It because yon did You cant unsay It you cannot niter It and this Is the way I hmst re 111Ibreath with a sharp sigh ami cover lug her face with her hands sank buck upon the lepchI will not cry slit snld not so firmly as she thought sbc did My blessed child he cried In groat distress and perturbation What hue I done iISj Call me smalL all yon like slit answered I dont cure It Isntthnt Iou mustnt think me such an 1m beclle She dropped her hand front lice face and shook the tears fom eyes with a mournful little laugh He saw that her fingers ivcrc clinched tightly and her lip trembled I will not cry she said ngaliu Somebody ought to murder me V ought to have thought personalities are hideous Dont It wasnt that I ought to be shot Ah pleasedont say thaftsbe said shuddering Please doiit notcvcn as ft Joke after last night But I ought to be for hurting you Indeed She laughed sadly again AIt wasnj that I dont care what you call me I am small Yoii11 try to forgive rue for being such a baby I didnt mean n n thing Isnld I havent acted so yI since I was a thiidSIts my fault all of it Pvc tired you out and I let you get crushed at pie circus lund iThatshe said I dont think I WQuld have missed the circus lIe hud a thrilling hope that she meant the tent pole She looked as if she meant that but be dared not let himself believe It No he continued I have been so madly happy Hi being with you that Ive fairly worn out your patience Ive taunted you all day and I have All that has ndhlug to do with It hc said with a gtiulj moJn of Lor I uauu lOiyu miii nssn Must arter you left this af teriioon I found that I could ijot stay here My peofile are goifg nbroad at once and I must go with them Ilid a what is almost making mOllInglIe felt something strike at his beart In the sudden sell o at dearth he had no astonishment thqt she should be tray such agitation over her departure from a place she had known so little and friends who certainly were not part of her life He rose to his aimdresting his arm against a teetII more stood staring away from nothing She dlt not move was a long silence He had wakened I suddenly 1lcskles had been sap phlre the sward emeraldSPIattvIhle a pchnutISIout Inn breath the necromancy fell away and he gazed into desolate years tXhe thought of the square his dusty office the bleak length of Main street as they would appear tomorroW gave a faint physical filekness Today all been touchd to beauty HeIIhim felt fi i live and work there a years a fools dreamy and lie waking was to arid emptiness H should die now of hunger rind thirst In thlsSabara lIc hoped the fates woultl let It be soon but he knew they would not knew that this was hysteria that In his endurance he should plod on plod plod dustily on through dingy ionely1 years There was a rumble of thunder tat out on tho western prairie iA cold breath stole through the hot stillness and an arm of vapor reached out be Jweeh the moon and the quiet earth Darkness tell The man and girl kept silence between them They might have been two sad guardians of the black little stream that plashed unseen at their feet Now arid then a re flection of faraway IfglUnlng faintly limned them with a green light Thun der rolled nearer ominously The gods were driving their chariots over the bridge Tire chill bwath passed bay lug the air lignin to Its hot Inertia I did not want to go she said at last with tears just below the surface5 of her voice I wanted to stay here but he they wouldntI cant Wanted to stay hereS he said hus kily not turning Here In In dlana f Yes In noucn you mean t In Plattvllle In Plattvllle Ho turned now as tounded Yes Woulc1ntrbU lmve taken me on tie Herald She rose and came tor ward llninl coufd have supported myself herij If yon would and Ive studied how newspapers are made I know I could have eanied a wage I jcouldhave helped you make It a dally He searched In vain for a trace of rail lery in her vqlee There was none She seemed to intend her words to be taken literally I dont understand he said I ont know what you mean I mean that 1 Ttantto stay here that I ought to stay here that my Jj sprang to her feet and bier cjti IS1IC flatlfcd tells me I should hut 1 cant and It makes mq Very unhappy ibat was why I acted 60 badly Your conscience be cried Oh I know what a jumble and puz zle It must seen to you I only know one thluthat you arc going away tcmonow morning and that I shall never sec you again The dnrkuejjs had grown Intense Tbey could not see each other but n wan glimmer gave him a Meeting misty view of herIShe stood Half turned from IHnir her hand to her check in the uncertain fashion of lug great mo ment In the afternoon Her eyes be saw In the flying picture that he caught were troubled and her hand trembled Slip had been Irresistible her jjaycty but now that a mysterious distress assnllcil her of the reason for which he hind no guess sh Ws so adorably pathetic and seemed such n rich nnd lovely and sad and happy j thing to have come Into his life only to o out of If and he was so full of the J prophetic sense far losAof herd it seemed 1o much like loslng everything that be found too much to say to be able to fay nnythlng He tried to speak and choked ri little A big dron of rain fell on his bare head Neither of tImers noticed time weather or cored for It They stood wltbtthe1 renewed blackness hanging UHo a draperyl between them Can an outell me why you think you ought not to go1 be whis pered finally with a great effort XOjI11ot now But know you would think LUlu right In wiantlug to stay I know you would If you knew abourit butt I cant I eautj I must go hi the qiorirfng should always think yOu right he hnswereil In an unsteady to calways He went over to time bench JltnLJ htODlCoC he said gently Inm g nowr 1ngjj Site lat d quite motionless for n fulll rahiutepr longer then without n word lI she moved tQward the house He went 1t hcr1n1lgth In the orchard be touched her again and led the way tlIen they came out lichlnd the bouso detnlucd hint Stopping short she shook bis band from her arm She sPOke In a breath as ifit were all one woixl 4 Will you tell me why you go It Is not late Vby doorou wish to leave me wlied I shall foot see you again V The Lord be good tomcl hQ broko out nil his long pent passion off dreams rushing to his lips as the barrier fell Dbtft you see It is because I ie bear to lot you go I hoped tofct awry without snPl1g it I want to be alone JWtl1t to be WIth myjjcif anti try to realize things I dldirt Want to uiotQ a babbUnjc idiot of niysclf but I ITheKthd You Have AlwayS BoUg1Lt and Which bate b r for over 3O fears Jias l orne the ignatur V f anul has been aiiuks Tinder Kii tr soRa supervision since Ito IniyfiCAW Aflbsrao one tode ive yoi iutlU All Counterfeit Imitattosa and Jus syood are4Bxperimentg that trifle rith and e4Anr r the IwsUtii mf iHfkuts aad Ckildrea Ex erknco against grlwoi What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless nubstItte jc Castor Oil ra4o gori Drops aid Soothiay Syriii 3 It is Pestsnt jit contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnreli substance Its age 1is its gamntccr It destroys Werii and allays Fcverishness It cures Blarrlioca a 4 Wikd p Colic It relieves Teethine Troubled cures Coeastipptbw ad Flatulency It assimilates the FQOd XQ nl te tM Stomach and Bowels iviny healthy and aatMral aliip The Childrens PaceThe Mother Frka U r Ir GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY- Bars the Signature of I fJi j The Kind You llaAiways Bught In Use For Over 30 Years fc on rrncrr Lcw nJit JS1 4 feW is uecause i qontwanctinoTOdr second of your sweetness to leave an added pain when youve gone It is because I dont Want to hear yotir voice again to have ft haunt me In theMone hess your will leave But its useless useless I sball hear it always just as I shal always see your tacO just as i hay heard your volc j and seen your face these seven years ever since I first sW you11 child at Winter lIar her I forgot for awhile I thotaght Ifiwas a girl I had mado lip out of my own heart but if was you all the time The impression 1 thought nothing of then Just time merest touch on my heart light as it was grew and grew deeper till It was there forever Youve known m6 twelityfour hours and I understand what You think of me for speaking to you like thIS If I lund known you for years and bad waited and lund the right to speak and keep your respect what have I to offer youI I couldnt even take cafe of you Ifybu went mad as I and listened Ive no excuse for this raving YesI have lIe saw her in another second of lightning d sudden bright one Her back was tunied to hlmr and she bad taken a few startled steps front hbJi Ab he erjef you are gla I enough 4ioW to see me gor I kitcw It I waiit cdto sparomyself that I tried not to- be n hysterical fool in Your eyes H6 turned aside and his head fell pivbls breast God kelp tact he511ibat will this place be to inonowV The breeze Jiajl ti cn It OTtbcred force It was a cblll wind nldthcrer- osa a walling time pralrlel DropsoC rain began to tail You wilt not think a question iui plied in this bb sold more compoueil lly but wIth on unhappy laugh at lim xlf t believe you will not think me capable of asking you it you careV Nd she answered iI do ottlove yon Ah was ft a question after nil 17 you road me better tbtfti I dot perhaps IBut If I asked Ikneyr the answer She made aslfto seaagaInbUt words rifused tierS After a moment Gcodby be saldi very steadllyI thank you for the charIty that has given lue this Ilftie tImewlthi you It wH always beprccloiui to me I 1iaIl41iwaybe your servant His steadiness didnpt carry hlia to the end of lila senteueoGoclx byr She started toward hlm nod stopped He dId not see her pbej answejrad nob lug but stretcheJ out her liand tpt film und then let It fall quickly Goodby he said again I shall go out time orchard gate Pheasetll theiiif good night for me Woiiyou speak to me GoodbyS He stood waiting while the rising wind blew their garniphts about them She leanedl against the vrnll of the house Wont you say goodby and tell me you can forget mtl She did not 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