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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fTfl iL ir 1 I 1 I lwfurI1 L NEWSLEADER J t JLtf Jt 4lit Trl m t f New SeriesVol il No ljj j SPJuNGFIE WASHINGTON OQTJim KENTUCKY MARCH 24 1904 i r ttIo 0YB ji i r j 0 J I f Jf vt Si 1L TiflMPSOl toJ CB0811111JIMJ IIIL IB AND UNDERTAKERS Thompson EMBALMERS p MCo i 1 L J J Clrry in stqskall kln3a of Fcmera t supplied PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY 1 i a PKlNGFIEIyD county seat of wshlnfftonCbunty 52 miles south Ii cat of i2xIngtotI 59 miles from oj a Lo svltico Bardstowr branch 01 LouiSville arid Nashvi1letai1road in a fanMnijC and agriculturill district TWo Banics telegraph and telephone linos express office flour nulls lumber yaV tls Popuation 1100 population ol county 15000representatlve hi Congress Hon I fl Smith Hodgenville Ky s l Ke rcsentative inKeutucky Legis Viajire lion W D Claybrooke I KeprescntativVui State Senate Hon Hairy Xancaatcr Ltbanoti Ky i County Directory CIRCUIT COUR3 Circuit Cu4rt begins oti tile fonftk i MbadJiv iii February Myand Octo b q b1ttcsnJudge R Durhaiti Coniznoivealth At forpey rEM Campbell Clerkl frl Leacliman Master Commiss lonerf l QUARTERLY jtOtJRT Quarterly Court is held oh the third Vfbliday in eadr month to B I Litsoy Judge T LLCOUNTY COURT J2 onj the fourth Monday in uch1 mouth i4 L Litseylu ge 5M F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney G orgCCatlettJailer JB ron Croake Sheriff R chard Isham idney Osborn- er5 R H MullicanDepntiJi El Masters j jimesF Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor T P OBryan Deputy JR butNoe Treasurer nJ yf Montgomery Coroner sj Bush Supt of Common Schools PO Springfield J JCIT COURT rImes R Noe Police Judge J tui GJ asMiciHii W Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Ji istice Courts are held iti January Ai il July and October Church Directory 1t BAPTIST CHURCH jcev S J Cannou Pastor Ser vices everySunday at IT am and 700 p ni Sunday School at 900 Prayer 1cetiflgon Wednesday night at 700 METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on thePirst and Third Snud ivs in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 pm Sun day School every SUflday It 10 am 4 1 PraermeetineveryWedflCSthYnight j ttCt THOLrIC CHUSCH IfF4P F Hennessay Pastor Ser viC s every Sunday at8 aui 10 o clock tI taml Services at St Rose same hours a lriiOO mwro umwW fii hWi U 1Ii I 1 LIFES SCARECROWS t Once on a time a farmer made A scarecrow fierce and high A sparrow lighting near it said It looks so 1IBelieve it is the Very best Of nooks whereiil to build anest Mid so he went to work and soon A pretty home had made And by and by his charmng mate Four cunning eggs had laid And from the nappj nest one day Six gleeful birds flew far away Jat ere they went the old bird said My children all tbroujrh life Remember what you think of this Or that brings peace or strife And even scarecrows joy may bring jYxonj mansHome Companion tXHIBIT Mr W P Booker rand others of this place have made arrangements With II ttottj thellWorldsal exhibit concerning the family of Abraham Lincoln It is theI marriage build and ministers certificate of Thomas Lincoln arid Nancy Hanks the father and inIIcolncabin in i h the couple were married Who in which itJs firmly rYInotwithstanding Fbeold1cabinuated on the Lincoln Run turn pike near the little village ofJJ Ittsey Th Lincoln flocumens were copyrighted before the Chicago Worlds Fair by Mr Booker and others and it was their purpose to make an exhibit at that great exhibition A man by the name of Miller came hero at the time and undertook to manage the affair whle the Springfield gentlemen put up the money A copyright iVas bought but after securing several hundred dollars from hisj associates Mr MillerI suddenH vamosed and tL prJicttwas dropped and all tlatW Boqker saved from the yreck was the copyright and the documents of course which belong in the coun ty clerks office Mr E A Cox the local photographer is preparing pictures which are to beusrd in the exhibits s W ben sprin gfi l aHANG t established as a city a1recenta1 changes to be made inj the goy ernment of ihetowri and others regulations In thp firstplace i is it provided tbata city of tile Fifthclass shall bo governed by a Mayt and six councilrnen td be elected by the peope the Mayor to preside at meetings and 10 be entitled to vote on questions in a case Of a tie TLe P I Dress Goods IN Wool Voiles S5cto Ia50 t Wool Etamines 50c to 125 4 Wool Mohairs 35c to I5O Wool Serges 50c to 125 t Scotch Novelties 50c to r25 J t We are showlng allof the above 7 goods In Black and Colors i Cottpn Voiles arid Cotton Scfptch i efects for Shirt Waist Suits i rtenn oUbe mayor is fixed at four years while the cotfhcilraen are elected frtwo years only Thestatutes provide aso that the mayor and council may repaSve pay for thpir services the formers tlaryrot to ec2ed575 per year and the latter nott to exceed j 2 each per meeting TheTo xn bYIhel The ot er officers clerk attor ncr treasurer and tax collector are also to be appointed by the muncH The principal changes in the matter of taxation which is the maip f jatuie of interest to tile citizens of the town arethat the law governing cities ott the fifth class provides that the limit may be increased to axI cents on every 100 worth IfI property tinstead of 50 cents asit new stands The safoohs will bo effected immediately by the change as the law provides that the license for retuiligIiquor- shall not be less than 250 per year nor more than 1000 Tlte saloops of Springfield now pay 225 fora town license In the matter of Jax rate tbere is rib reason f6r the taxpayers to feel alarmed There may be no ne cessiiy for increasing the rate and the people should see to it that none but good nun who have the interest pf the taxpay ers at head are elected to the Pity Council It is not likely either that good officers ihl go ahejid and Vote themselves sala Ties simply because they are allowed to CTtYO by law i1I l TURALnouTEs =Washing jiJV ton county is being espec ially favored m the way pf Pree Ruai Mail sr ice With five routes already in operation and delivering daily mail to several hundred citizens thre are good prospects for at least two aUdi tional routes to be put oa in the near fur4fe There iis an application in for anothor route out from Willisburg to take in the territory in the vicinity of Ta tham Springs Snarpsvilie etc Applications have also been made by both Yillteburg and Mackvil1e for routes practically the same territory viz Battle Hqp ran and the northeasteiTi end of the county Each off these two towns want this route and thereI is quite a lively little contest on as to which will get it should the department decide to establish it Both towns have petitions in asking for it and Mr J F Heck Rural Route Inspec tot was here last week andspent two days going over the territo ry It is not known which route hEl wIll recomw hd but both towns are hopeful J if cr iCKNfiSS The epidemic of 9 sickness which has prevail fNewSpPlnJ Eof Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist Suits Beautiful line of Dress Trimmings in Chiffon Silte Braid Bands Medallions Fancy Etc tprjtheof a general nature and from other parts of the State reports come of outbreaks of pneumonia fnIaccepted theory is that a cold dry winter produces a healthful condition rather than the contra ry Tho past winter was are markable one for its long con tinuedi cold and was free frjora dampness unu9ualIyII tsrnatb freezes and tba are supposed topioiii life activity in the wily diseasegprms or microbes halt Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave sanindl vidual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep novous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable reme dy IS1 immediately employed The rets nothing so efficfent to cure disorders of the Liver or IKiddeys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic aid effective ner lpendtho greatest aH around medicine fcr runlounI systems ItAHspells Nerfoos ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Vtalaria germs Ohly 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by C J Haydon1Druggist The Name WItch Haiel The name Witch Hazell is much abused E C DeWitf Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only cerltaiucurcmany counterfeits of this salve some of vhich areidangcrons wliite they all worthless In buying Witchi I areII Salvq sde that the name E C Co Chicago is on hetiox and tcure is certain SoU by all drutjristsr AppropriationsV The ken ral Assembly has ap propriated nearly amillion and a half dollars The appropria tions afe lObO000 fpr a State Capitol 75000 forth St Louis Fair 57000 for the Confeder ate HOne 75000 for enlarging the Htipkinsville Asylum 22tl pOO foi the Deaf and Dumb In stitute at Danville 66000 for the Frjinkfort and Eddiville pen itentiaiies r2600 for a monu mont at Bodnesboro 3OOO an nually for additionall clerks in Auditors oftice7o6 annually forth Irisurahce Commissioners officei 1500 annually for the State Treasurers office 6200 aitnually for the Attorney Gen criils pffice 2100 annually for the clerks of the Appellate Judge 200 annually for the State lUbrarhui Appropriations for A and M College the State asylums and other public iinsti tution will make the total reach nearly 1500000 J If troubled with weak digestion l sour stomach use Jham beICbirifor a h Liybr Tablets and quick relief For sale by C J Hajjdon Druggist SOMf FIGURES H Taken jFrom The Assessors Books of WashlHQtoirl County Tbejassessoi Ja books as finally made up for the report io be sent to Frankfort coaainome interesting figures concerning the valueof Washington cuunty properly The number o4 acres of land given iin for taxation in this county is 181995 wih an assess ed valuation of 2130755 while the number of town lots is 255 valued at 291600 These figures ofi4and town lots of 22255 The Hit shows thiy arttiha value of notes bonds cash etc owned in the courityi to be 657870 which is aninqrease itf that item over last year of 65255 In the matter ot per sonal property the only decrease in value is shown that item being put at 544520 this year which i iFa decrease of 42195 as compared with last sear The grand total valuation of all property in the county this year is 13437 375 which is ati- iPcreas last yeir of133496The ex jemption allowEd this year amdunis to 187370 The York of11e County Board of Sup t visors 0is shown by tne folowi J figures It rises the assessment over the figures given ni by the County Assessor a totaof 151j045 divided as fpllows On lands 5JJ645 on town kits 20230 on notes cash e C1 Sd9590 on personal prop erty S4 580 SDlli irt SICCDr1H CalifOrnIa Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleeper St Louis tto Californiai leaving 836 A M laily via Lttle Rock Texark xna Dallas Ft Worth and E JFaso The Ideal Route co California Fast schedule Oheap Colonist rates in effect ddily during Marcli and April l904ttc California and the Northwest Pullman Tpuristj sleepers via Missouri Pacific JLeavfi St Louis very Thursday 9 a ins from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p mt going via Pueblo D R G System through the Glenwood Spings Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseekers Colonist rates ito various points in the Westand Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each month For folders litmap descriptive erature rates etc consult neif est ticket agent or address- R T G Mathews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Ky WA TEDMen or women as represijntatiyes for a high class magazine Large commissions Cash prize Write 1 N Tram er 80 East Washington Square weN York N Yo I Bros Co for Men None finer made rrices S 1250 to SJ8 The brand of Wel worth from S75o to S151 ana the I for Boys and With these fines of we can all We to see us before buy Quails rc Scarce There win be a scaicity of KqntikyTqepal cause of tt e unexpec ed scarcity alilioiigh the slaughter of quail out of season has has played it part There have been shipped ffoin Kentucky 50000 quail most of the birds having been trapped The wholesale slaughtefvis in itself enQugh to almost extinguish any kind of game but added to it is the pro traded cild weather There has been much sripw and jis the snow fell it froz leaving the ground covered with ice that the quail could not penetrate They ha3 freUhcr shelter nor food and thousands froze fcii 1 sarvd to death Sad the birds ble- tosecuisomething to eat the weatherjai keep the birds warm enough to weathei even ztro temperature Elizabethtown Newt I HaJiiyHealiliyCluWiifiD Any child tanftake Ltttle Early Risers with perfect sifely They are harm less never grip or sicken and yet they are so cerf diu in result that ro qgst constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform theiir mission rid every one whonses DeWitts tit tie Early Risers prever th m to all dth era piUs1ltey care billioasness Sold by all 05 tS What a HorribleI PlaceI What a horrible place that state pf Chi is A few days ago a negro kj13e polfceraan and the press dispatches give this account of what happened after the mob had broken into the jail and captured the doomed man dragged fnpin his cell to the jail do rtand ddwn the stone steps to a paved court ia the jail yard Fearing an at tempt on the parbof the police to rescue him the leaders formed a hollow square Some one knocked the negro to the ground and those near to him fell back ifour or five feet Nine shots were fired into his prostrate body Ayers lOne dose of Ayers Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents off children No croup No bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoctors medicine fpr all affections of the throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years I have med Ayers Cherry Pectoral In my family for eight An Therelt nothing equal to it for cough and enid especially for elill drenMrHns W JL UUTXKC Shelbrua e 1100 AUR co All Lowell NightCo11gh Keep the bowels jopen with one of Ayers fills rt bedtime Just one and satisfied Ihat he was dead a dozen men grabbed the lifelessl bady and with n triumpht cheer the mob surged to the in tersect i n of Main street anda rjpe was tied around the ueck of tie corpse Two men climbed a ple and tUlewthe rqpe over the t topmost cross arm and drew tKe It1eI thenjbegal bullets the arms would fly up convulsively when a muscle was stru k and the mob went fairly wild with delight Perfect Rood order was maintained and every ohe seem p ed in a good humor joking with t neighbor while reloading his fevolvec There have been eleven 1in Clark county in the last two years and in no instance basj there been a conviction for first degree murder I INot even the wild andrbarba rots South furnishes a bloodier record than this in two years Everyone jokiog with his nearest neighbor white engaged In murdorint lprisoner And all this happened in Qhio where whites and bjacks attend the same schoolsl and colleges and social equal5 ty prevails n Oh ii0j mind you Glasgow Times Trai Just in the nick of time our little 13ev was saved writes Mis W of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havcc with him and a terri ble coughset inbesides Doctors treated bi1Jut he grew worse Atrlenglh Wfl tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con umDltOn and Sour darling was saved liesnow sound and well Everybody ougbt to knoy its the only sure cure for XJoughs Colds and all Luna t diseases Guaranteed by C J Havdon Druggist Price SOc aedlQo- rial bottles Has a tiKh In accordaric3 with the call of the CoraniiUe if there vas but one candidate sub ject to the action of the primary by March 8 he should be declared f the nominee the Hon D H Smith has been give the bonor Mr Smith was the only entry in the primary and in con sequence he has been decjared the Denocratic noniinQe This is the second time that Mr Smith has been given the 6ngre sic I nomination without opposition l fgis for Sale Barred Plymouth Rock for ale at settit igsI 17 eggs Mrs Wilson Green f R F D No4 Uy I V We furnishi most of the wellI men and with their SHOES from the fact that we sell SO For Ladies and Manss and W L Men A These to rW t l t 1h I THE pOLDflELIAaLOY44 i Sc9- D IJ t L U4Ri4HPQDER Ti f Abs titIWPWr Sj j BETTER LIS r I l funclaimedl in the Sprin stomge endinfi PeceiiUer 20th t Miss May Spaldingt Miss M3f ry Shuck Mrs Addle Poland Mrs Adie poltsn Mrs BiF Ratciff Mrs Charles Sickles Mss Vertrees R mer Mrs May MissNoa Vipset Joe Wilkint N Steed Miss Annie j Earnest fcSp Aiding Mrs lifarr Specks Afrs C F MerounV F IMThompson 4 J M James Rsv 4 D Jno M raveS Mts Margarei Hoper Is Eliza Moiling Mr Fannie Hanrigann Mjs3 fulia Hays Miss Callie FQl stMsIda tteeJe Julitf Elrod liilchael DtFJynn Leatha Minnie Darnail B F Burtqni Ben Burton Charlie Buriz Bet tie Adkinson DrJBV Ai Bcown Rev J U Sherrarj Clint rid S welt MrS l Rev J B Anderson Mrs Tom Boone C OI31IemJ Ft Bell rCo Willie BaerdqOGefar2eQ JJ Mr1tAnnico Wm S TIcwe 4 Itt Persons daiiinrorit es llette will please nd give date of list 1i1h rr fVI W e M f A marriagei licensv issued Wednesday to Mr Beniimip Fj Lawson to wei 5MissTabitha dhristersbn They both iresid inthe Slewai TVi flitS Mrl Lawson 5s sixtyfotir years pii age while his ibwde Is eleveit years his junbj Mr Iriwsoii is one of most fs o u 1armersnt Stew Irtdbjghel Chrjs e son jsra 7to f be ai114 woman and one wbo is in every way worthy the maO slts htchoen for a I rodsburj CASTORTAJ Democrat 5df 7r Imiuii Ud cit1ikd YN NflS A1it Iw Bears ti- Signature of J Y ttttt- I f t t7i CUNNINGHF7VV DUNCFN e3 ii l I tJi 4i4 j fcflBw A fl flt Leading and Largest DRY GOODS Merehanff in town are Showing tLargest 11 StoCK of Merchandise In this Market i iS K r f f tIIatj IT t Wash Fabrics MCESand EMBROIDERIES t Appliquesi Buttons ofI 0Louisville shown i Clothing AVe liandle Sohloss Clothing celebrated Clothing famous Perfection clothing Children clothing please you Druggists The- prisonerwas nightcoughs druliiltifor Frequently rdxzeQt murders Eleenmnrders dJAterled Watkins Everyfavf DayeSmltl Congressional 4qcentsper Sringfield Shoes Dressed women fine KRIPPENDORFDITTHAN DOUglaSCoJfor are certain please WHKW Retriaiohg TbQIIIPSOII WalttutGG Spalding LarkjnV Ooqoriciugher t Fanjrfiellrumfiel sayadvertised romMrlde53 thebesknpnad f ccunxpinioxIIar r i the ever askyou SHOES 7 SUBSTITUTE Carpets and Walll Paps- J1 Complete stock of Carpets in Tajf pestry Brussel1sStp r JJn fIfigrains CC IIngralnirCpfeci grains Granites and Hemps China Mattings apanesf tattings I lOiOOO ROcLS Wall Paper from the chdlittci f the fine Leather Affects t tit LACE GURTAIN5 flADEi jj- L 2 ARTQUAPE Rti i r + f J Wo make special prices to CASH BUYERS We thank our pationi l for theii past p tr iagefaTid solicittheii j Jr tr4= rilP t- r r the future always 11 ranteeiJlOf3iIdealillO1 anICOlllteOIlS treatment cV- S Zi 1 rJ frr r r ltc Sw t t i4 Wi I J i eUN N I IGHMJ DL NC1ts N spingfeii tt K1i ijMr W Il p t ww v SAA rrzYaaY- SIAYLNADVANQEt- 1 tUr MMMinv rHlLD KYii fiifi 4I n DAVIIOII Jr f t 9Jt wis is It er- I t J M6lluSNSStINuIg1ILDsaII pl1tLe1M4tk r t ta at tew rate Wt cash c lel 1t11 r Is JIIiIAie a liberali I biiuIu nwtlIif Pec t pc JaKav J f ur 3ieilhkIs U iaIr PS 500 isbikMosos i i iAZCM2419G4aLi i WeIIII IIM icttlit QBQBOS D fAltXOTT- fof MrfUtoh fet tet sof Skerif- TTiililBjIilr I Mlj etto tb a tiM 9t MM DMM crfttio party 1Itii Xybsr 1105 5fbc late t War bulletin is thatj the Japanese squadron bombar de4 Port ArtKur oh the jhti fT hl22i accor 1c ig to ofccial reports of the iltfe C Kwi Qccr s five soldiers I2iv l were Idlkd and nine wounded 4 O4 Japanese vee el is said toI f t V hare i t m abled by the Rust i amshor aiWiea The born bitwas preceeded by two A atUckg by Japanese torped9 V boJtB which were forced to re tinj d r Ire of the forts and it guard Hipl 4 fov B ckhaM baa vetoed the b4 approprkting 25000 to the A M Coikge and also 15930 I of tile appropriation for the Dif k te Institute at Danville ii4reasons that he iwt cut down expenses for fear r of a depleted treasury tUr falkim SprINgs s jJelia Lewis and family willl tt tea fornliDoiSJiOOa j ShitWa and Mitchel bought aii Iotol 100 and 10 pound shoats in this coimumltj at 4cr Jtmtc Scott bought a load of cora of Mr James at 3 per biirelrjehi t l tt Je kU of near PolLu ETI3Itd kig uncle J B Jenkins Utt Svndsy jTfct fa 1i11 ot W H Keolin mr very lick with measles at this wtit4g i Noik Jjlakston has moved tol SJ PHal1 placeITii DattglM Royalty bcfugh t a rthreihiBg machine and saw mill in MSTC r eo nty for 900 I SevKVfro 4hi3 vicinity at teaied the nale of Ed Welli de c Md at WiJliaburf C C Pouter bought a house and lot la Wrilfsburg of John I Sutberlaad Price 1500 Steve Noe oL b non was in f thUcoMauBitjiaat Monday Archk Pinktton of Louisville is Yicitiaf relatives in this coanty JP Johnson and family visi ted relatives at Stewart last iWJM1 y I IflTHHSIFITFAILS rlIM1a wdCpbcII Will NMtclto Charie r pMl1Ra UK heN hicrwiae WcI hK- tkerapUity with which people gain ek White takiag MioHa is alone a IicLt reasea for Wood k Camp ILbU BMkiBf tke remarkable offer they g im the follawiagr coupon i OOUPO Thfc coupon estitlcs any reader of ItbKjEWSLXAOXR to have the pur clMMe priee of Mioua refunded 111Iea c it does ut increase the t tand ftr8 BtoBclT troubles We asIa we all tke risk ad Miona is ab t Iiolskly free unless it gives satisfac tiom r Wood k Campbell WJCTAQIt RISE + Take ely s MoBatablet after t c chaiesJt lays Drajfeists Wood asi plNU ialewdays yoil1I jag MfMtiMi IIproviag health ra twain aM weight increasing We arc MceArbKtd that Miona will do tUciaalMMLKMOut often that al tlM t4t we take the risk when we iMUf e4ircwp6 far weare reason outIefttthat lt hM aqt d ne them wonderful pH Wu tajkr package of Mi on- aMt1tIIstys dpt as an ev iiicace W peif1t1l Wood Camp 1 MIl wiU give to a ir e4 receipt for Itheaiyagreisgto return it In lIMe ywi Ml tHaI tht ilioaa las Mot bus iMdaC4s y Tbey take aU j tkeriek 3 j ff oitSALE A tarrey in first t ctttMi eottdttKMi K qttirofi Qa1Ilf HIATT 1 ae 1LL1 I t News From TheC iintytI t Mt1nt Arnoist th ounty Pcplc 1 1JJ as ReportetIbYOUI respondents MM MM v eytur 4rqh igawindJmonth i Aad though she 10WS like sinc Ske only blows tte cold away To let warm springtime in f Mr John Virgin and wife vis ited tjaetr daughter Mrs Tons I Reed last Saturday and Sun day j i jS8J F Head visited at Ihe homei of W F Moran Monday ReV TD Latimer and Mr IL Janes visited at the fiome of W F Moran last Wednesday Mrs Benedict paries called on her sister Mrs W E Eflibtt last Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs MD Reed visited at the home of W E Elliott last Sunday y Mrs John Lair of Louisville is at the home of her daughter Mrs T C Tatum who has beer uuite ill of pnemonia James Moraa and brother jijpjjtagaui allfir surfwfertr attack of measles Mary the little daughter of W E Elliott is much improved af ter a slight attack of pneumonia Mrs T C Tatum and Goddard Grundy are much improvedfrom the effects of pneumonia Mr John Janes who came up from Louisville for a visit to reII atives has decided to remain for i the present year as the air of the country suits him be thant- hat of the city We are glad tc report W F Moran better after a severe casQ of the measles 1 met Mr AB Walktuone day recently and he Was all smiles and no wonderhe has a new daughter fWe had quite a1 severe hails orrn Saturday No damage done as yet reported We are glad to report that Daniel Kelly has recovered after a long and severe illness Messrs CL Grundy and H1 Hi Mudd are erecting new out side fences to their far ms whiclf is a giataddition to tr1e looks of both Farming is certainly an ine pendent occupation aso a very heathful one as the farmer is al ways in pure air It is a most delightful sight to see several1 acres of corn or wheat in culli vation and in autumn to see the beautiful golden grain being handled and garnered Buttheo here isa great deal in kncj wing how to make farming successfull The soil should be handled so as to yield as mlfch as poS lble and this cannot be done by harvesting a crop m June then letting the soil rest until planting time the next year As soon as one crop is gathered and garnered the soil should be prepared for another crop that is suited to the season this is making the soil jield two crops a year and is equal to doubling t1esiza of the field But stjll this cannot continue long unlessl thesoil is en riched and fed as with cattle ii you desire to double their weight tbey must beveJl fed of the proper fo dand at the proper lime Tradition says the more soil pjoduces the mote it aJar produceiA farmer with 160 acres would make more by mak ing onehalf pasture and doubling the yield of the otqer This has been accomplished by ftrtil izing raising restorative crops good cultiytiidh A farmer should change from one kind of work to another which is fecre ationaod that is the way with soil give it recreation and not rest V Ilillsboro Mr Oscar Moberly and Miss Bessie Perkins cf Willisburg spent Saturday night arid J5un day with Miss AnnieT Dean Little Roy Thotopsph son of Mr and Mrs Robert Thompson ifho has been very sick with pneumonia is sqmeboller Mrs Bessie Burch who has been very sick is convalescent sIckIlist Miss Susie Edgerton has re turned 1owe after a pleasant visit with Mis Sallie Hamilton at Frederickstown Mr and Mrs Torn Mcllvoy gave the young folks a dance last week Misses Mollie Shewmaker and Pearl McLaugftin of Borland are the gusts of MauafandEva1 1nanVJotniTiin has retuinecL to t tCanaryfter 3 yisifc r ttt iri erjalderj will leave this week for the west 1ISue Vice spentSundaYw1thfrs James Shields i Miss Flossie Arnjstrong ISVIS1 tJngher aunt Mrs John Walls at Pleasant Grove Mr Lewis Clark and family have removed to this place from Willisburg Miss Maggie Huffman is visit lug Mrs Jplia Leachman James Settles sold his crop of tobacco to John Armstrong at 7c per pound Thpmas Coulter was in Willis burg Sunday MrsMattiC Dragoo and Sallie Fitzgerald were in Sprc Saturdays w fragoo and wife spent onday with Mrs Eliza DahO nyatLebanonS McINTIRLV JJSpring las greeted us and each and everyone was very glad to bid farewell to old winter and trusting fttwiJl not be so llong next year Farmers are very busy every suitable day We were all very much sur pirised to hear Vo the marriage Mr Spencer Mclntire and Miss Mills of Louisville which oc curred a few dayspast Shanahan Bros sold their ho se Fancy Bpy to Alex Hamil ton Price unknown James Montgomery sold to same party a twoyearold jack J E Hill said a combined horse toBryon Qroake for 125 James Montgomiery bought of Richard Blandford aqoat stack I hear a general complaint among the farmers of the scarcity of r edI VVMiss Etta Hill retrned froma visit to Louisville a few days since a Frcdcrlcksfowfr Mr and Mrs Kent JMudd have returned from Alvord Texas where they resided for the past eight inonths ParkerMudd is seriously ill with pneumonia Miss Lillie Montgomery of Springfield is theguest ef of herj sister Mrs Kent Smith Miss Mable Williams has returned from atwo weeks viSit to Louisville friends Sheriff Byron Croakc was here SaturdayV Mr Ed Ross and family will remove frcmJiere to Vally Hill Mr and Mrs George ReyL Janerprop Canary a The weather has been rainy dark and gloomy for some tinje Lepudonehave sown their tobacco beds Mrs w A Barker and MSS Sadie Fenwick spent one day llixst week with the family of R JG CanaryV41V Mr and Mrs Elvin Yast were in Lebanon one day last week Lee Hiatt aud Abe Can4ry were at J Dl Barkers Supdayj Weare glad to say the sick folks are improving Mrs McMillan of Spricgfiejld visited her daughter Mrs Elyen Yast l Frank Litsey iis enlarging his store house getting ready lor ibis spring goodsVMiss Myrtle Robertson has re turned home after several we0ks vSsit to her aunt inSpringtie- i4rieaanf Grove h Mr James B Thompson who has neen at the McChord InGfrn ary at Lebanon lor the past three months and Miss Naomi Browne of iPenick were guests of Miss Alice Thompson Wednesday rind Thursday We tra glad to report thos en the ckIit a great deal belter We desire to thank the worthy Valley Hill correspondent for the highly appreciated compliment paid us i Vj Mr James B Thompson who hasbeen under the special 0ane of Dr McChord of Lebanon for the past three months is one the MMMM jGrOVS worthy sop Well and very popular as a a store in the county seat he isiin fact one cf the most capable ypuog men in the coun ty and his friends have more thanmissednhimj during his ill ness We are glad to know that Jim vas able to make a vsit to his home where those of the family circlewere made to rejoice to have this unfortunate member with them again May the best of health and prosperity pre- vaiL in Jims future is t h e prayers of the writer Mrs Mary Crow and Master Theo are visiting T J Trent and family this week Little Roy Thompson is very sIck with pneumonia Dr Oscar howmakeiao- mejOOiV Some of Springfields little boys were out Sunday out we cant think of their names The member3 of the Presbyte nan church of thjs place have purchased k handsome new organ whichadds much tto the tern PIG of worship The church now lacks nothing in the way of fix tures but it does lock something in the way of interested members VThe young folks party that was to be given by Misses Lilly arid Harvy Van Arsdall I last Thursday evening was declared off on account of bad weather Mr Gabe Shewmaker is on the sick list this weekVMiss Mary Thom0son was the guest of Miss Jennie Leach man Sucdav MOORESVILLE Mr Preston Moores infant child is v rylow with pneumonia Rain rain nothing but rain and thunder and lightning mixed Up with a little hat Owen Ellis and Lewis Cull were over to Woodlawn Sunday evening to see their bestttlrls W 0 Elks will make a de livery of trees for Stark Bros Saturday March 20 194at the depot at Springfield Anyone wishing trees to cOtneby April iO send in your order it will be attendei too Tber3 was a small attendance at New Hope church InsMSunday osk nj t J the weather i Mr J M Wall wasiu atten darce as a witness at quarterly court last Monday Mrs Clara Bishop is on the sIck listVWe are glad to report that all of Mr JaI Royaltys children are cut again T hfee of them had pneumonia in its worst form but a good doctor and good nursing pulled them throughV On and after July 1st 1904 the mailsack will be left at Maud lleaving there at 5 oclock pm going by the way of ooresvilIo- to Booker by 6 pm leaving Booker alter the evening train and returning by the way of Mooresvile arriving at Maud by 880 p m Bids will be received until April 5th for same 1had a chat with a good Democrat over at Mau3 the other day when he said he believed that there were 50 or more Democrats jn that section cL the county L 2V f v Draggin Piri 2525KeeleVSt CzIicAao ILL Oct 2 1902 I suffered with ffalling and con gestion of the womb with severe pains through the groins I suffered terribly at the time of menstruation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood tb the brain What to try I biew not for it seemed that I bad tried all and failed but Iliad never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for tick women 1I found 4t pleasant to take and soon knew that I bad the right medicine New blood seemed to course through Dyvein and after using eleven lottles I was a well woman w Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and Winding headaches when all other remedies failed ta bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa titfit sbe iis the road to health For sdyIctn cases requiring peoial directions address giviaf symptoms The LadieAciiory- Departaent T8i Chattanooga MedWae Co CbatUaooga Tea U The wjalking sick what- a crowd of them there are Persons tvhd are thin and- veak butnot sick enough- to go toped V Chronic cases thats what the dctofS C llthem I which jni commonEnglish- JfieaI1S1ongsic ness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts fimulsion Fat the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion ndgivessystem Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor ScotrsI3intrsioncan be taken ai long as iiickness lasts and do goodkall the time v Theres ner strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be lure that this picture in the form cf a label is on the wrapper of every Lottie ef Emulsion youbuy SCOTT lBOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and tt all druggists would vote for any man regard less of politics who favored a bridge at that point He bad reference to the County Judges race lam with him on that subject for there is bridgei badly needed at Maud Flour is worth 6 per barrel and corn QO to 05 centSa bushelf Mr Henry Offutt hps rened the farm of Mrs Susan Goatley and removed thereto He stayed in Louisville four weeks There was a reunion of the Moore family at James Moores last week it being his birthday He was 67 Mr Thomas Moore was 73 Miss Lucy Ann Moore was 71 and Mr P H Moore was 09 They comprise all of old Uncle Alex Moores children that are living 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will Ire pleased learn that there iis at le stI one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stago and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive care now known1 to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional lcli scase requires constitutional treatmenL Halls Ca tarrb Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous vurfaccs of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease ami giving the patient strength by buildingup the constitution arid as sisting nature iadpirig its work The proprietors have so mtiio faith iin its durative powrsthat they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that IV fails to cure Send efr lIt pf testimo nials AdressVF J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Dr ugtrists 75c Take Halls ISamily Pills for consti pation r DREAM WARNINGS Queer Tales of the Truth of Volcoi That Spent IuSlcep An English family a enrg ago bad stnuiRC experience with tlivams The daughter of the house a bright jnerry cultured girl came down to breakfast Otto moriilng in a depressed frame of wind She had hail u wretch ed dream she said Silt had seen herself and her fiance In tIle water and as If seemed to her they both were drowned Ifiio family rallied her upon permitting an idle dream to affect her waking thoughts Was not her liance ono ottb best 8wliniuen In tim part lIt the country and amateur Kiptaln of the lifeboat crew Surely he was never born to be drowned Tit young woman threw ofT her apprehensions and when Jhyr sweetheart called later In the morning told him her circa in In the best of Jplrlts VeIl soon fstlslfy all that he said Ive come to take 1comilletctwo young men both expert summers They got out Into the middle of the lake when a terrible squall suddenly swept down upon them overturned the yacht and all lour were drowned Though ho bore her loss with forth tude tho father of the girt grew so melancholy that his health became tit fectcd and his doctor ordered him tto travel So lie uiadli aVLIp across tlie Atlantic TIle night before he reached Now York he was tortured by tfrcams concerning one of his sons In the morning lie wrote to his tl1lull1m ploring them to exercise the greatest caution during Ids absence Pray toll r to bo careful when out In his boat lin said mentioning his opilgest boy Tlie moment he reached port hoi IrcuchetlEl1gJnnd tioned was dead anti burled A com parison of times showed that at thoI very hour the father was writing his note of warning the young snail was battling for life In the water and wnsi drowned before the Ink upon the pago was dry fJ Lapfor41EngianddrepVm saw a pit dug iIn One 01 his tha1Jhe someobls orooertr casJInic ft 4i SAgentsforOIcj and Studebaker aHoflSV Headquarters FARM Carload i4rAV McCLLRE mMS ct r1 W 1 j c 7r L DEALERS xJ 7f f r r r Buggios Iffljilethellts iraiTi a11 Fie1d1di jj ifIWe handle Buggiesi Siirreysvs Carts of all grades to 00 the purchaser Agents for the Syracuse Hiljside Plow r y Call and examine our extensive line Hainess CJollars l Work Gear Buggy Robes and1 Horse Blink ts f 4t SEED OATS ash PidforV HIDES and FURS S Liver PillsThats what you need something to cure your biliousness and regulate yourbowels You need Ayers Pills Vegetable gently laxative roAtQro Want your moustache or beard a beautiful browner rich black Use BUCKINGHAMSV I G DYEJH 114 Ort IUU COKlSflFl f J the tlilrd time ortIrcining ne got uri dressed ami went out lIe ienrd lfUp thUd of u spnde uncl caught sight of h man digging liy lantern light The dig ger fht1 itt lila approach It was grave upon which ha liad been at work By its brink lay a huge knife On his wa back the farmer met one of his mnklscnants Hhe lard had a quarrel with the man to wh0in she had been engaged she salvlt but lie had pre vailed upon her to moot Win for the last time at 2 oclock that morning when he had souiethrnj toj how her This Is what he had to show you said the farmer loading her to the grave i Xnnsrnnce ot Straw TIe observer who comes from the north tEn lni1 will and thnt at one time servfinta ishliig to be hired used to go hitoi theJmarljet filnce of Carlisle with asstrajv jnjhelr mouths Audcn soa in his Cumberland ballaffs says At Catch 1 stuld wi a strae f my mouth The weyvea com rouV we In clusters What vreage due te ax canny IadV says yen The ancient practice of placing a strav between the cars of a horse which was for sale Is a variant Of the same custom Then in feudal times possession of a Ikf was conveyed by giving a straw to the new tenant If tile tenant misconducted himself the lord dispossessed him by going tto the threshold of hfs door and breaking a straw saying asihe didBo 4s I break this straw so break I the contract made between us Another obvious use of tho sign language of strmwns Its display atV a tldtug1icn the bride was a widow London Chiron Icle e VT1ieToothofn Rut Ond of natures finest implements iJsi the tooth of a rat Us dgeia as liar and sharp as the flncst steeL The rat keeps in constant practice To gnaw off the JCgsot a living bJtlll1oe3 not come amiss anti to destroy the sores of elephants feet is one of Its records Some years ajfo the elephant at the London zoological gardens were ob served to be very restless could not keep still mill appeared tender abonit tire feet ThC authorities Invoked the arid of Frank Bucklaiid the naturalist He tracedl the circumstance to rats At night they stole frdm their runs and as the olcpliAnts sle it calmly nib bled and tore at the llifge feet Too quicks hid been eaten completely off the mlghtxVnalls and the flesh beneath tumielQd Apparently jslmllar tricks had becn resortell to In the case of the hippopotamus for sevenU times rats were tomtit whore the creature had hedh8Ipmall enemies beneath ills Hanks Flaying Safe Look here sir Yon hnc been call Ing on n3 daughter every night for the phstjSix months But 1 caiit affonl jtp get married sir and lif I call on lIJVother girl Im afraid I jalght faQ lii 10ve with her Kmart ot 7 Cdrrim issionbr1 s Sale 1r i Turner c r Puffs ILrM VS Equit le Randolphrc flft1 By virtueof a judgment and order of saIe of the WaQJfn ton circuit 4ermthereofshall proceed to ore for sale at tire C9Utt Hous door in Springfield Ty1 PJ MONDAY IkfARCH 28 1904 2 Oclocfc pm or thereabout be ing county court da to the highest bidder at public auclia upon credit of6 and 12 montlifl the following described property towit A tract of land lviniri Washington coulfy KyJ on the watcr of the Decch Jberk and bouflded as follows Oti the Pncf hv rHf land of James B Mitchell oil the North by the lands of MM Rowe add Best Or the Vest by tho flands of Horace Litsey add on the Soiih by the lands of Cocan ougher and Joseph Whayne contain ing about 268 acres being the land now belonging to the heir of Samuel Turner and known as tit Sam Montgomery farm For the purchase prSce the purchaser or purchaser with approved security or sureties muse execute bond bearing leg aUinterest from uate 01 sale until paid and having the force atfd effect of a Judgment Bidders wiillbe required to cdmply with these terms M o LkACUMcN M C w C Ci for alt SUPPLIES t SPRiNGFiELD Y1tI Phone No 20 a We sell Coal in Any QutanitVfrom a Bushel tov i a of Iii Tornado DiS Har V OISy Olive Chilled Plos- 3 I WVV4 ta FOR CHILDREN regulatesthe t i stopsir Mayor Yewell of Gtrensboro Ky sari Onr baby was wastine away a while ttttliins His bowels seemed a beyotfd control Three physicians MtxtruIt saved our baby tcnnlae thb t 2Scui SOcMOes P11r1tareo every packite V Alctc7 htcutea11zfctrrV IFor ASIC ITCFO sample and book free address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO DETRCiT MCIf IiLLLt sue Sample and book free For sale by C J Haydon PharmacistT i VVV Rare OpporluiiiiieiS FOR T TICapitalists Investors Homeseeker 5along2 the lines of the LAAIi V JROIN 41 t = and MOUNTAIN t t ROUTE Great Southwest Systeri DirctllnestoV J Mjssdurii Kansas Arkansas Indiani Territory Louisiana and Texas 1 VTnrough Pullman Sleeping and Free Reclining Chair Cars Homeseekera Excursions first aai third Tuesdays 01f eack atk Descriptive literature naps folders etc on applicationVi VH C TOWNSEND IL T G MATThEWS Gtoal l Passenger and Ticket Agent TraveUng Pasenger5intV t ST LOUIS f LOUIS ILLIi f 4 gtEI a BiBBBB t eYn N l m LLvra Sola for 3 350W SEASONOF1904 i M If VNOR17NML 36763 IVbrbJhGr to NorvaVdine 4year olds2l6 Tria12fj81 f fIrun Norvin Ws cplb have sojd recently for WA and three others pao suckling and two year mIi s snlrV for sUfiO SoPofN9rval 2i4and QcrwaJV225 t t 0 TO INSUREV iU 1m 7 L1RiT m I Ont of ihe dam tKcrvm WLandVNorvandlneV rmy Son ur A1elton fl O9andOnward O M llantnii great sirer of trottcrs iin tho Oild s25vp1NSUliEV mt 1VBI NoJ om Out ol the dan of Alloen 507i wdrlds dSon iL q of Gatnbeita WitesJlWand Nutwood 218iw lnm t beUa WiIks the orInIeadirg 2l0 sire and 230 sIte 4Aand 1903 i TcINs1JRI41 CHSTER DB 3 Spn of Clicst rPIe Old Cromwell 3 and Cabeirjj Lexington handsomest and best bred saddle Stallion iiiVihpthe word 15 TOlN Ulftl Im 4CHB1BLLS LEXINGTON H i dispoiMsOldWfort t fir r t iN Son or otmVnndAcdallah Mnmh1fttlJ m This Colt will hen style iinish and speed I soldjwo jf CQIIS out of his dam for J j30Q Vm1 t 1 j VVI it better and all are deseendiiins ofthe most popua troltnn ard sndlte tqrseVfailies Kl are royally breti ttandindividuri1sindl fro17ing theDleff S rt VxThe fee ofidocfe horse is ceptaialy very reJisonablor and JJ 01 witiin the reach of all npd j4 u can majfo no mkiuko to breed tQaryoneothen AIlmy stnJlions did a good businqss the past saa ot nn Ihcpo they wihldo better fdendsctbOYriwillparUculars4 lei4msi extOBded pedigrees and descrip lions Address v Lob JQHNB W4TIJENJr Distance TelcPhono-l 9IIi Lebanon Ky j a Bt I j I DRJMBURTONJ RESIDENT DENTIT TEETH EXTRACTED yiTHCUT PAIN o714IrgH Block Up stairs SRINGF1ELD KY All Dental Work Strict1 r Firstclass JDR rij H LAMPTON OFFICE In Opera House r D isS1 JJOOK SPllINGFJELD KY I OFFICE Dr Rineharts for mer offices over Peoples Deposit I nkJOfflcebotrsi2 to 2p ml 1TFGR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office oveX Peoplels Bank SPRINGFIELD KY j W HYATT HD Mj t SPRINGFIELD KY- OlHce in Peoples Bank Building l Residence 93 ITelephones Office 95 II t JOHNYMAYES fUNfRAt DiRECTOR k AND fMHALMER TELEPHONEtDAT 19 NIGHT 74LoLi SPRINGFIELD KY M YDU Hauling TO DOIf Wall up J L ALLEN at the Depot l RRttG HTAND TRUNKSN Hauledl Furniture Moved and anything in the hauling line done Jcarefuliy and at re isonaole rates v PHONE 22t7 Commissioners Sale M a Martha Sniderguardanp1ofOphia Terrell Plff t vs Eqty Ohhia Terrell Deft I t t of a Judgment and order ifyi1JrlOe tbe Washington Circuit d at the February term thereof 1904 in the above cause i shall Ic proceed to offer fbr sale at the Court Hbuse door in Springfield Ky onyMONDAYMARCH 281904r= lt2 oclock pm orthereabourto the highest bidder at public auctionupon 4ireditof six upths the following described propprt towit J A tract of land situated on Chaplin River jn Washington county Ky and adonel Jenkitu thence with Richardsons- llneN 3a etonerin Richardsons inettand Corner to old Gordon tract thence S with the rail fence to a stone at a t roctc fence thence with the same t fence running with John Perkins line to a stone on the top of a hill in Owens line reserving a road 14 feet J jvide for the benefit of John W Ter tell along this line thence with owens line to a stone corner to Mrs uenkin3 thence N 181 E 688 poles tot the beginning containing 31 acres be jl1f tbje same more or less For the purchase price the pnr chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from data of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will trequired to comply promptly With these terms V I M G LEACHMAN MC W C C 4 Bte Grass Nurseries 1 f SPRING 1904 I lRBES bj the million FruiJ Ijanci Oihamen taJ Sbubs Grape vifljes Aparagus Rhubarb Small XEYuhs and evorything1 for 0 chard Lawn and Garden No Agents Stravyberry arid Gener- il ata1ogieou application to HILTNMEYERllFr ONS Y xinglon Ky rjY Notice to Creditors AJl persons having claims aganst the1stato of John Mil burn debated will present provenI4F Neikirk la the townW Spang i field on or before the first day of r Apfil1JH4 1J t THOMAS a WILSON 1 tdh1r r uf the estateif John N burn r- Ia I uu Ia TOWN w r i mnw WOOW Local Happenings of Interest f The Freshest and Latest I a I All About Yourself Friends ndAquIntncesiI 1lM M sorg lnse Ill J A Sha ders y V Hi Go to ONans for oursed potatoes fr rprAll kinds df Gardeiceds at G WHagans Pure country Horgnura at IL M ONan JIrNew York Seed Poatoes fo saleatJl A Shaders Q Lent Goods of allifkinds at cut prices at O W Hag ns Pure countrysorhum oOc per gallon at J A Shaders J Ofiion sets and jtll kinds o garden seeds at ONans r j Fresh fish and oysters every Friday1at J A Saaders Bring your saws to WsTLBpnd anvLgfctthem sharpened For a strictly first class coffe try ONansNutnbr3Santos- Good syrup at 35 cents per gallon at ONans grocery Mrs John By Peter is vary ill at her home near ickvilleO I have a nice Jot of Sheep and hogs for sale JSA AC CURRY FOR ALEA nice lot of baled timothyibay JJ F PETTUS Maple Sugar and Syrup and B c1wheatFIoar at J A Sha Irs If you want the New York Seed Potatoes go to J A Sha kers You can get my Grain Cradles at Haydon Barbers W H Bondfr Display of patterns Easter Satt urday everybody invited Mrs Kate WiI1iltths Seed Potatoes and Garden Seedsof all kinds at Irvine Mc Elroys grocery Bestsewing machine on the market for sale by Leachman the furniture man i With every 200 purchase and 5c we give you a beautiful pi- curtheRiket Pine California Apricots at T Irvine McElroy for 10 cents er pound worth 15 cents Thy payISc to 15c for canned goods when we sell them to you1 at lOc tit Campbells Racket See Lum Aoell before bcying our suits ad fancy vests He represents Wanan3akerj Brown Northern seed Potatoes of aUI kinds at the lowest market price AtC W Hasans tottaket 11theythe Racket tI Fehrs MltTonic the cheap est ever on the market at the same time the best C W aaI ganAgt t The protracted meeiingat Meiii dist cburch has been tleII poned until he first Sunday in May Fishing Tackle Base flail Goods Harps Pipes Marbles Tops and games at Jv A Sha ders r Now is the time to buy your Fowl and Stock Powder The Test of Allu t25ca pacliage at J A Shaders J Dont pay 40c and 50c ror bar rel sorghum when we will seUl1 you rice syrppatJ5c bucket and all at tHef Racket Jf you aretined out worn 09t FehrsMalti C W lagan Agt Stop by p W Hag n dand cake bottle Pehrs Tonic to sup per with you1 it will speak for itself at W Hagan Ajjt Dohfc pay an agent fCO for a sewing machine when you can buy one of Leach man the Fur niture Man for half the money Go to Leachman thoTurni ture Man furao improved Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Tne oldest and best in the market J uTOPICSli I I M The grand moving prcture 1x ebnjjj ttertainment win exhibit at J sons chapel March 24 25 and 126 Admission 10 ceht5i J ft Dont forget that I guarantee Fehrs Malt Tonic to do asrepr- esentedwb1ttf more could you ask OV Hagan Agt 4 For house lean 1g ecrubbing tcj use Pearl jn Ammonia Washing Fluid Nothin equals 5 ti For sale evcry where 3t llOfff Worcester Sauce Jiowc Toniatoe Catsup Pickles Table Jelly New England Mined1 Meat I Horse Radish and Mustard all at J A Shaders 1 IT l For a spring T inic Fehrs F Maltjcannot be bat Dontt take thy word ask your Dr what Fehrp MaltTonx will do for you C W Hagan Agt cryfyouir pcaaJlfiniiaJlaJla nopghei near Texas Tuesday I I Ioj tjOItl laofthe auctioneer t a Fifty dozen of Fehrs Tonic u left my place of business last week What sold it Was it a l good salesmanl or was it the gopds selling themselves of AgtIFOR SALE A nice youngm driving iarc5Jpars old1and perll fcctly gentle and sound AHsoa his rerubbcondition for sale at abargain Apply to VJiss Annie Gridyhhis I am now able to work if you want your buggies repaired and trimed bring them in All kinds J of cradle1 timber furnished and 1t will repair cheaply H BONO Miss Willie Mayes bas just re jinj turned from a short stay in Louisville where she attended the Fourth street millicGry open ingsShe Is with Mrs VH tarns liandfriends call We call attention to the adver th tisemeut in this issue of the fine old stallions of Mr J B Wafen Jr fe vbichWillmal o the season at his place near Lebanon They area finji lot of horses as have h seldom been gotten together b- eHaving attended the millinery tea openings and selected the preVt tiest patterns to befound I am now leady to show thorn to you Come in styles are the best and tici prices reasonable MRS KATE WILLIAMS tCol RE Whnync will coif duct a street sale at Willisburg on th 6 first Saturday in April for the henpfitof the people of qinmen should take advantage of DitJj this opportunity J Tt frBrowrtrfr sftQpattfl Searcy stand n dare ofI beIan experienced meat cutter and are W3hI equipped for the bust C ness pis fSrfS milliILInerFCate Williams again this season and will be glad to nave all her old customers omc10fl of Mrs JJ McCabe had a ervw narrow escape of BeingsedousbE- Iy burned whilestandinir before the fire talk Fng ta Mr McCabe Herclothing caught on fire but to Mrw McCabe extinguished l the blaze with his hands they being badly burned in doing so He igi 01 able to be oat but his hands are n bandages I IE Col R R Whayne reportS a in good crowd at the sale of A B Wells administrator of E D Wells deceased on Saturdavf Marcli 19 at Willisbiirg New furniture soldvry well and E other property as follows Fourir h SIcolt2110raeJ wagon 40 buggy 50 lli LOOKING i OVER The entire field of sciencei nowhere has there been such progress as in the Science of Optics and the FItting ofI Glasses Our success in line is due in a measure thisjj 1tJie fact that we embrace meritorious idea We con ie w neeawill in any way aid us In the practice of Fitting Glasses bF RUSSELL Main StSprIngfield Ky IJbrn frII ILa IIORD DEItSrOkFICEnguuAiT nnaripntiy located r SPRINGFIELD KY STRAYEDOn the Sterling Thpm pson place a male hog feetJhitbyInd fbed bill Thb death Jiar stcjias been eavy among the colored folks f the town for fche past week unt Caroline Osbone a well 1Pl old colored woman died st fTUesday Polin Stevenson bey abouv15years of age died pneifmbnia Tu sday and child of Scott Moore Bfcbfor died a victim of measles and pneumonia Kjiv S JCannonJ the pastor the Springfield Baptist church retted consternation among the embers of his congregation on last Sunday morning by offering tiesignation and giving a few asons therefor He gav in substance as his reason for his cton that he did not think that members gave their pastor and their church the spiritual ana financial support they should Rev Cannon has been ere about a year and he andhis wife have madeniaiy friends Many expressions s 6f regret are heard over his action in resign 44iiis charge t A Ar W A Smith of Louis- vii Ie who was here last week delighted a few of his fortunate seners with some fine selec ticns of music bn a grand old historic iohnof which he is happy posessor It is a rare l instrument and is well pre vod rich in tone and melody Mr Smith ii the father of Miss Georgia Smith well ondfayora ly lknown in Cincinnati now meeting much success in Mel urne Australia She gradua at tlie college of music in 1899 with distinction receiving the springer old medal The Mel bourne fcress is highly encomias over the youpg American violinist DEATHS Mr Charles Donahoe a mist honorable and respected citizen r this county died at his homO n the Ilfi ld pike Saturday p mOljMr Donahoe haden joyed ct health until aboUl i week previous to his death m he vas stricken with pneumonia He had been a resident WashiD ton county for a nurn er of years and was about 55 ears of ageHe leaves a wife jind one son besides ahot of relrttive3 all friends to mourn death Interment was at the cemetery Monday at fSPring6eld m aged three daughter JerIILhebiightlitt1C Reed died last Monday night at the hom of her Groelneimeasles and pneumonia She a an exceedingly bright and eautiful child the light of the household and the heartfelt sym pathy of muoy friends goes put the fond parents in their sad bereavements The funeral took place at Pleasant Grove church Tuesday Mrs Edelen widow of the late d Edelen who died at his home this cotnty about two years ago died in Louisville Saturday last and her remains were brought to this place and bur ried Monday morning Mrs delen uipvedlo Louisville wither children shortly after le DSIyI who regret to bear of her death i la mc c E taGrand Millinery Opening m I RlIt f Ladies Childrehs and 00 11SATURDAY and Trimmed Hats invited to attend l Everything new and up o date ti1 1aeBE rErE u Mr John Gotee a wel1 known farmer of tile Hardius Creek neighborhood died Tuesday af ter a short illnes of piiemonia He leaves a wife ind four child ren The remaints were buried at St Rose on Wednesday morning l Nohcc Any one desiring a Tombstone or fine Mon1ment would do well to see WP Campbell at Texas Ky See his designs and get his prices before placing your order Any one wanting him can get him over telephone from the Racket Notice To taxpayers axes due thettown of Spring flel l for the year 1904 are noV pajjable and parties owing same ore notified to call and settle X It PRICE Collector PERSONA County Clerk W P Booker has the grip Mrs T B BJandford returned tOfrduISi t1letbis weetf Dr Miles Saunders was in tovrn for a few days last week W Te Marks went to Hop kinsville Monday on business D Mr and Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon were over Sunday Dr Glenn C Woodwas in BardstownSuriday and Monday the Grocery Clerk Association was in town Saturday and Sunday Mr GD Duncan has returned from a business trip to Cincinr natifMrs J S Cannon has return ed from a visit to her parents in Louisville Miss Stanislaus Moraja of near Lebanon basj been Visiting Miss Catherine Huksell Miss Sailjiejl McElrov was hostess for th Walnut Street flinch club Tuesday afOOIuoonto iiss Rebecca McElroy of Leb anon iis a guest of her sister Mrs L H Thurman this week Miss Tuqkei who has been ill with measles has returned to bsr grandmothers Mrs SuanGoakI- cy Mrs MV Hyatt and Mrs T D Wells entertained at flinch at the hombtol the former Ilastt evening Mcsdames W D McElroy and George Colvln entertained a few friends at flincH ou Tuesday evening Mrs WankiB Cooper and Alex Hamilton of Viie Grove who have ben Visiting relatives here have returned home Mr and Mrs C C WcChord went io Frankfort yesterday1to attend the funeral of young Mr Dandridge Miss Mary Ledi Sums is ip Louisvillq ttiisi wieelr iin interest of the iirhi gathering the newest styles and ideas Mr and Mrs Chas Killenger of Lbnisrillo aftor a shortt visit to J L Allen and Iarnilyhave- returced howe W P Cbybrboke Washington countys young Represontativc in the Legislature is at home this wick shaking hands After an absence of twenty five years Mrs Catherice Dot toms and spa Jeff Ufc will leave Sacramentb Caltn April 10 to visU their iValions the An derson families and their od home at Maokviliei Mr Forrest Cecil of this Coin ty hasgore to Uniontown Ky wher he has bought out an electric lighting plantand where he expects t permanently locate Mr Cecil has been one of the countys most progressive youn Iarmersnndhis friends here wish him success in his new en lerpiise If The party given by RupeiE- Marvin Allen on the occasion dt his tenth birthday was quite a success Many games were played by the little folks in the earlier part of the evening About F30pm they were invited out for refreshments which were ordered out from Louisville The diningroom was tast fully and beautifully decorated with red and white carnations and ferns The table was laden withkaTa of good things which was calculated to satisfy the most strenuous de mand of youth and healthy ajppe tiles The birthday cake white as marble as adorned wit hi red candles and in the tee hIappeared a great candy Airjeri i can beautyi ose Iii reatBarqa Ins at P J hO lIi sI Can save ydu money onevery thing t you bify ic niy line 18 pouuds standard granulated sugar Si 21 poutds best New Orleans Sugar 1 7 lbs first class roasted c ffeeii 18 Ibs nice fresh California prunes 10 lbs bulk soda 25c i 5lbs Japan rice 25c lOJbs hominy flakes 25c ono gallon NewOrleans molasses 40c 3 lbcan tomatoes lOc can corn beans apples etc 10c New cabbage seqd potitoe atd onion sets garden seeds garden implements tobacco colton plqw gear Call and take a lOOK before buying elsewhere J P J THOMAS Nice flijmts for Sale t If you contmp1atembving to town togo into business 6r4o educate your children call on us We have some nice town and suburban property for sale andI can suit you Prices reasonable KEAROY NEIKIRR Phone 121 r JLo 3Ioscowi The continued activity with which the searching pf refuse heaps Inquest of treasure is being prosecuted makes it interesting to rqnieinbetf that the sifteVs rind sorters of London were once vvcaltliy and organized A case Is on record of one wOman who in eight years was able to build house property out of the profits of her grubbing and glqanihg It seems scarcely credible that Moscow is built upon London rubbish Such however Is the case An enormous heap of refuse at fhe Bdttleb ridge end of Wliat is now Caledonian road which was uWe grand center of dustmen scavengers horse dhd dog dealers kuackcr men brlckiunkcrs and other loV but necessary professiphalists had lain lu that positlbn since the great fire Aft er the destruction of Moscow upon tIlt visit of Xapqlcdn the Russians bj some menus ciuue to hear of this dust heap They bought it bracks bones rubbish and all shipped it off to 31 scow and upoii it founded the resurrected city winch travelers know to dflYSt Jaines Gazette Ai Choice Recipe There la a choice recipe In which the- Owl figures to make any one that sleepeth answer to whatsoever thou nsk given In Thysick For Ute Poor published In London in 1657 It says that you are to take the haart of an owl amt hs left leg and put that upon the breast of one that sleep th and they shall reveal whatsoever thou snIt ask them The Hindoos however declare that tbe flesh or blood of an owl will make a persOn insane who eats or drinks it fan this account men who are devoured by Jealousy jof a rival or hatred of ail enemy come furtively to the market and purchase an owl In silence theyI carryU home and secretly prepare de cQctlon which an accomplice will put Into the food or drink of the object of their malignant designs All the Year Round Complex Origin of the Jap The Japanese are not as mixed a raceas thot uicxlerji Britons but they have n Very complex origin It is cur tainly not correct to regard them as originally Chfnamen for while they do posss Chinese bipod there is cer tiiinly a Koreaii strain in them as well us one dcrl veil frou the Malayans and another from the AInos or aboriginal Inhabitants of the islands the sav ages qf Japanese hlstodatib There has consequently been none of that disastrous inbreeding which is fatal to anlraiil natJona and aristocracies and there is evidence that the Sap is growing taller London Chronicle rBLACK PRINCE II This fine black Jack will make the season of 190 J at my pface 3J miles t pikeK J S8Tg InsureI MarejMiffiai f Black Prinde fe five year oldr5 hand high and Dnely bred His1903 t colts gold last fell at 90 each No JJenndts served before June la J E SHE BT R tD No Springfield Ky SHOES 3FOR EASTER t IIROBERTSON BROS lIt mftfH I Colonist oeheral iijIVMiwWUi iI 4 i i imr 6 Easter C1thing coITto us takepleasure in soWingrou t O tStrWe make A effort and and us fh1l0THEF ffSykes K 1 r schb uPttoselect from aii t JOHN S McELROV 0 GENERAL INSURANCErA6 tl w Fire andl Tornadb OFFICBOVER PEOPLES BANK t ziDuring my from office WFGrigsbyi or Neikirk win attend toai1ybusinessl i Iji forme t o a E E E EE E m7 mmTh6 Bigg Honey Hakpr for Hog Raisers f Is f Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy for more than 27 6s yearshas stood the severest tests and in all cases ial1 be Ii depended DR HAAS upon PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT I III Remedy a preventive 1fHugology a as 25 151250 cans 125 toe per package Century Food Wi The greatest producer market Keeps fjojfH healthy diseases prevents cholera roupand all other IIb 25c rpacJa dj Dr os Haas Stock Remedy ttrJrt J Horset Cuttles SheapEtc MIir implies a a anjj correcting the cpmmoh inhorsesattle15 as of tHe serious J IIequaUed and growth T promoter and a sure preventive torfroto fi 00 PACKAQR a IFOISALE1 BY 4 v IIi I McCLURE WELiS o CALL CIRCULAR SPRINGFIELtI I n W HE2nz IJITIIIIII f t I FOLLOW THE GI SALIFORHIA I AN- DdORTH WEST Tle Wabast Railroad and Its connections oner very low to HoineSjeek ersfromMarch 1 to April 30 low rate to San FranciscoAND Los Angeles Account of Contercnce Methodjlst + I Episcopal Church Tickets on Api1122t0 raY30t For further particulars on ad Agt4Wabash uIsvlleXv Sale of Sclmll Pnperty The house lot situate thetown Jofformerly been used the school will be offered at public sale the highest bidder on SATUIDAYAPRlE 2d The lot feet ontbySSO feet deep arid contains good house and cistern TEBMS Oaelialf ctfsliand balance payable one Imd two years with notes bearing C pef cent interest i 4 BOARD OP TRUSTEES Springfield Graded Di tnct Tk rear year t 1 MENS4 1BjOr 6Ut J rTv apccjal to sc 4 JtIflfitcome try Pt 0 S Bring XQ boys tou tline IitIo7 C Life absence George 1 i which Wlfin iis fett as Full particulars regard ingthig Insurance Proposition in Dr Haas book roost valuable book for every hog raiser a FRETE copy which may had at our store for the iogj Ib can half S6SO 2SQ hud 20th Poultry egg the pbultry 4 25 bafi 350j pet Live For As its name RENJEDY not fo6dl isiun for disorder well many more complaint splendi 0100 AND 20c PER J f tFOR 3CV t rates and Also very round trip On sale call school by pubh to is 120 the in School the N1wsLIkDm ft will Yi this and of on f this it liS fHe GOMFORLLLIt k1IFREE jjt t t r fON TI1POPUtARVb t I 4 J t HEWDE 1 =for ROUTE If it tfWi IIETWEEN JJlq srLtOSVILLE rv i EYANsvr irST LON ts TH WEST AND b4IS UTHWES4 H As wcare the ortgnatotsoriqre ReciningUlrnirarSoryjc4be 1Gj ween Louivle and St L6uis- Dont yimt1ri jtt1rOir par rYQP 7iUtr V MtII1t 4lG i r the H JCJsonf iitt H b t l7 lr It US Ir tJ ASK USABOWiflt4 t 1f I J1iiwiJ GEo UfGErr l Aeiit Agent J fA OIJ1v fJX r f 1 11J 4- turetayth iretmatt44 IIri mestpest wayii EflasLIAlLi4 1- rr r t 4 4414 + + + + 114t + + + + ++ + 44t IIIZ n J + + 1ojl Gche Gentleman M- f = f From Indiana if tr Zv SOOTH TARcjjrGTO1 i4NrV4 I JT ghk4mv ltD McClgrc Co i wjr1 t f WVW WVVVWVWWWWVWW MDW tfcctfi two must nafe L taMWii 1It1tItej1eretotakeonthesber about tbe 1 oclock freight and I DM DeW it bit they didit wall tUt way WbMi they got out the win 4wr they beat through the itorm iMlfht toe tWs tide track At the MM ttae Mr Harkfess leaves Bris MtV welt It begins to rain ae cote air ii to the railroad to have a ae febtte alMl Btrikin for the Mfi f r shelter Bear place as anyj Wyeft Briscoesj where hes said good i0bt afeMHlyr ratxl probly dont wish t to 00 todc fear of glvln troubl or r 1tiMMphi 1IJ Anybody can unjaer ttaMl that He ceases along and gets to wktrc we are precisely at the time t flMffd them coaaia from town him f itilMa tor it They run right Ipto tbappenedt4ae it with I dont know We took r cTtrjAUg kt that line off of em J PiwbJy seed rallread iron and what I ther tIMe with kim afterward we dont kw r tat we will by Sight Theyll I riwiattt eat et eli up at Rouen when 7 get e I reckea aaybe some of us might help remarked Mr Watts reflectively t Jte Bardtec swore m violent oath Thats the talkf he shouted fEt I atet the test man of this crowd to set J my tort farjtoewuft and first to beat in I that jail dieor Im not town marshal 1IJe ceaaty of Carlow state rrrrefPIMtv and the Lord have mercy p T MartiH looked at the brown Mate MI quickly turned away Ttfep he what back slowly to the Village Ou the way he passed Warren Smith Ia it seT asked the Uwyer t1IarUaawered with a dry throat Xe heked eat over the sunlit fields aai swallowed once or twlcehyes ka se Theres a good deal of it there Little mere tbaa a boy hewasThe U toUew pied his seamy hand over his eyes wlthevt concealment Pijter Ilat very bright sometimes it seems to me he added brokenly overlook Befeffer aa4 Ftebee and me and all ef M eM hacks andandhe gulp eta BMely then ialshed and act the feel ad takea boy thats the best we tad I wish the Almighty would take Peter elf the gate He aint fit fccH Whem the attorney reached the spot where the crewd was thickest way WM made for him The old colored MIB Xeaepbon approached at the same tIme leaning on a hickory stick aad beet very far over one band rest taC ea hta kip as if to ease a rusty 1eIRt The aefros age was an incentive to Table From his appearance he 11hthave known the prophets and he wre that heary look of unearthly wls a whkh many decades of super tttieaa experience sometimes give to Mamhtrs eC hk race HIs face so tor twred with wriakles that it might have beea made of innumerable black thread wovea together was a living i k ef the mystery of his blood Barks had oacc said that Uncle XeMfhea had visited heaven before fwedeafeerg aad bell before Dante To day M be slowly limped over the ties his eyes were bright and dry under tbe selema lids and though hisheavy- eetrils were unusually distended In the eCert for regular breathing the deeyiy avckcrcd lips beneath them were set flruily He gtonped and look ed at the facesbetolehlm When he ftke his vekc was gentle and though the trsmaUaeacss of age harped on the t Tecal striagj it was rigidly controlled Xia setae kine gclmun he asked kpkuel f be good ezt show de ole msm whah de Wite Calps is done sheet Mjrae Hawkllssr den was where it happened Uncle Zea aaswered Wiley leading him for ward Here Is tha stain eaehsa beat over the spot on the Mad naktof little odd noises in his qthreat Tbea he painfully resumed hte fermer jMMlttoo Dass his blood he Mid In the same gentle quavering toae uDass my best frien whut lay a de groan whay yo stalnd gelmuo DMS whah dey laid 1m an das whuh he He the old negro continued Dey skit ite ia de flels Dey aint shot Im beak Yoadeh dey druggeu hn but dls whah he lie He bent over again thea kaelt groaningly and placed his head ea the stain one would have as a man might place his hand 1MIlla heart to see If if still beat He metkmless with the air of heark eaisg e ilitrsa bee y is you goneT He 4j rallied Ida voice as if calling Is yo ee sab marse5 He looked up at the circlo about him aid thfa still kuee11ngnot taking his Imad from the sand seeming to whit lam a sign to listen for a voice he Raid Wbafo yo geluiun think de good Lawd summon Murse Uawkltsa Kase f jff mo flttcM You know flaf man 4 Women as Well as Men Art Made Miserable by t n Kidney Trouble 11 KKMy roufcie prey upon the mind diS f M f fSj uiA IMHM ambition beauty vigor 1 aandcheerfulness soon i disappear when the kid ney are out of order diseased Kidney trouble has 4j become so prevalent that It is nohincommon 1fora child to be born with weak kid 1I Ssays H the child urin jamrVF r ales top often if the eriM MaUf tde fleah or if when the chHd MMfcft M ace whan it should be aWe to s4aftl Mw pMMec it Ic yet afflictedt with t Hbs4wtha 4yeiid upon it the caMe of the tc6y to ktttey ttoubl IJld the first JUf a4nnl4 IM t warM thea treatment of Ikwe JinioHmt WpM This unpleasanttl1 tMMfcfe ic AM to a MMd condition of the hUMyc a 4 MMr lIS d net to a habit as IM pps sus1L4 WMMM tt weIIM mare made mls t1cfif4 IIA n bd 1M 1MM44151e effect of L r tU1pSItk3R riez4 It is sold h- My sM sdIIr i H s1Y IMayMYsa WIk1rmM tJIMtItLti t nnJreftat nia4 IH n received JmnivNirtfc ntH Ja writing Dr Kilmer It c Btafbamtoir N Yt be awe and faM B ihis ftfir YTTTTTTT T ketch me in de cole nIght win tub Jals stealin is wood You know Ibe he done t de otc thief Tek an up big flair een ole Zen shuinty Say Hepyosef an welcome Reek on you hongry too nlnyo Xeno phon Tek anl feed ine tek an tek kejor o me ev since Ah pump de balth full In de raawn mek is bed pull do weeds outn de front walk dass all He tek me in When Ah alsk 1m ala he fraid keep pie thief he say jesso Dam all my fault Xcnophon ought look you up long go ought knpw long go you be cole dese bald nights Reck on Ahm de thievenest one us two Xouophqu keepln all dis wood stock up when you got none he say Jesso Tek me In say hclahk a thief pay me salay feed me Dass de main whut de Caps gone shot lais night He raised his head sharply and the mys tery In his gloomy eyes 1ntnsifledas- they opened wide and stared at the sky unseqingly Ahs bawn wid a cawl hceiclalm cd loudly His twlstell frame was braced to an extreme tension Ahs bawn wld acawl De blood anssuhi It wasut tbe White Caps Unfclel Xenophon said Warren SmIth laying his hand on the old mans shoulder Xenophou rose to his feet He stretched a long bony arm straight to the west where tile Crossroads lay stood rigid and silent like n seer then pen whut shot Marse Hawk lisa lies yondeh hldiu fuui de light o day An him hcswerved his whole rigid body till the arm pointed north westr he lies jondeli You won flue im healu Dey fought 1m in de Lids WbUI1Ideycawl I There were exclamations from tli listeners Wr Xcnophon spoke as one having authority Suddenly he turned JatAn dass de main1 he cried das de trufe main kin tell yo Ah speak de Before Brlscoe answered Eph Watts looked at him keenly and then turned to Lige Will tts and whispered Get ou your horse ride in and ring the courthouse bell Ute fury Do as J say Tears stood In the judges eyes It is so he said solemnly He speaks the truth I didnt man to tell it to day but somehow He p USeL The hounds he cried They de serve it My daughter saw them cross lug the fields in the night saw them climb the fence a big crowd of them She and the lady wlio K visiting us sawtIemsaw them plainly The lady saw thentseveyiltimcss clear as day by the flashes of lightning The scoundrels wercicomlng this way They must have been dragging him with l vAhs bawi wEd a cawl I them then He couldnt have had a show for his life among tbenuDo what you like Maybe theyve got him at the Crossroads If theres a chance f if dead or alive bring him back A voice rang out nUove the clamor that followed the judgdB speecb- MBrlng him back God could may be but he wont Whos trmtelin lay way I go west Hartley Bowlder had ridden his sorref right up the em bankment and the horse stood between the rails There was an angry roar from the crowd The prosecutor pleaded ind threatened unheeded and as for the deputy sheriff lie declared his Intention lit taking with him all who wtshcd go as his posse Eph Watts succeeded In making himself heard aboc the tumult The square he shouted fStart from the square We Vant eyerjboily Well need them And we want everyone In Carjow to be Implicated in this posse f They will be shouted a fmtrm r Dont you worry about that We want to get into some sort of shape cried Eph SImper repeat d Hartley Bowlder Beornf ully There was a hiss and dang and rat tie behind him and a steam whistle shrieked The crowd dividcdt and Hartleys sorrel scrambled down just In time as the westbound afcbmmoila tlou rushed by iii its way to Rotten From tIme rear platform leaned sheriff Homer waving his hands Iran tically as he flew by but no one un derstood or cared what he said or In the general excitement even wondered why he was going away When the train had dwindled to a dot and dis rushIwasIringing and the mob was rush lug pcllmeli into time Village to form on the square The judge stoP alone on the embankment That settles It he said aloud figurcsIIeIthick white hair from his forehead KothUjg to do but watt Might tis well go home for that Blast IU he exclaimed Impatiently I dontwant to IgO there Its too hard on the little weekICHAPTElllX morning horsemen had ALLI galloping through Six Crossroads sometimes sin LUrl cly oftcner fa company At = 1 oclock the last posse passed through on its return to the county scat and after that there was a llong complete silence while the miry corners were undisturbed by a single hoot beat No1 unkempt colt nickered from Ills musty utah Time sparse young corn that used to nod and chuckle greenly stood rigid in the fields Iii the IMattville pike despairingly cackled one old hen with her wabbling sailor run stnlt with a superstitious horror of nothing She hid herself In the shadow underneath a rldcety barn arid was still Only on the WImby farm were there signs of life The old lady who had sent HarkiesS moses sat by the window all morning and wiped her eyes watch Ing the horsemen ride by Sometimes they would hail her and tell her there was nothing yet About 2 oclock lie r husband rattled up in a buckboard and got out the shotgun of the late ama more authentic Mr Wimby This he carefully cleaned and oiled in spite of its Laimnerless and quite useless con ditlon sitting meanwhile by the window opposite his wife and often look hIS1weakclatlonslBittknew what was coming now lrlghtIIeued desperate sullen it was The Afternoon wore oil and lut1ien1lag shadows fell upon n would have said n sleeplng country The sun dried pike already dusty strcjlched Its serene length between green borders flecked with purple yellow and white weed flowers the tree shadows were not shade ou1I warm blue and lavf ndcr gjotts In thei general pervasion of still bright light the sky curving Its deep uriburnlshcd penetrable blue over all witil no gle drift of fleece upon Uto bo relied edfcin the creek that wound along past willow and sycamore dimpled but un murmuring A woodpeckers telegra phy broke the quiet like a volley ofInlstol shots But far eastward on tIme pike there slowly developed a soft white haze It grew denser und larger and grad ually rolled nearer Dimly behind It cquirt be discerned a darker moving nucleus that extended far back uppri the road I A heavy tremor began tostir time air faiht manifold bounds a waxing in crcisiiiuurtitudiiinus rumor lime pile ascended a long slight slope leading west up to the Crossroads From a thicket of Ironweed at the foot of this niope was tthrust the visage of an undersized girl of fourteen Her fierce eyes QXanilniML time approaching cloud of dust Intently A redness ros 011ored Not 1ata11 No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That HeartTrou blo in Many Gases Can Be Cured There are seven main features of heart disease viz 1 Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation Enlargement Fatty Deg n ration DocmentnryeVldefic f Dropsy will provo thousands of socalled Incurables hay t been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Cure Patlenta often have no Idea their dis ease Is heart trouble but ascribe it to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here arc some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain In Chestlleft Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying NervousCoughPaleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse NevHeartwhenever carnowewy lateramdid so much for me that I find It a tar IttoNorthPJneMoney back If first bottle falls to benefit REEWrite and wo Will mall Free Trial Package of Dt Miles AntlPaln Pills the New Symptom wroniIAddress DR MILES MEDICAL CO JO 9nJ S L T i jTh What WALTHERS PEPTONIZED PORT is and does1 i It is simply a g6od honest common4- sense food tonica combination o rich Port Wine and Pure Pepsin nothing else It iis not a cureail or a medicine for acute orchronic diseases It does not take the place of the doctor It does streIgthen weak diges tive organs tones and builds up the impaired impoverished nerves mus des and blood and promotes a perfect condition of vigorous h6ltll It is a valuable remedy for dyspeiia indiges tion and stomacVtroubles generally for weakened vitality and impaired strength It is a preparation of great worth for nursing mothers tired women old folks invalids and convalescents It fe highly recommended by physicians and prescribed by them both its constituents beingofi long demonstrated worth J1Two sizes 50 cts and ioo For Sale By t CJ HAYDO Pharmacist Tjiey were comma She stepped quickly out of the tangle and darted up the road She ron with tie speed of a fleet little terrier not opening her lips not calling out but holding her two thin hands high above her head that was all But BIrnain wood was come to Dunsinane at last and time messenger sped0Utiot the weeds in the corner of the snake fence in the upper part of the Wse silently lifted the heads of men whose sallow ness became a sickish white as the child I1ev by Tle mob was carefully organized They had taken their time and had prepared eyerythlng deliberately know lag that nothing could stop thorn No one had any thought of concealment lt was all as open as the light bf day all done Jn the broad sunshine Noth ing had been determined as to what was to be done at time Crossroads more definite than that the place was to bej wiped out That Was comprehensive enough the details werp quite certain tooccur They were all on foot march Ing in fairly regular ranks In front walked Mr Watts the man Uarklcss ifad abhorred in a public spirit and be friended in private Today he was a hero and a lleader marching to avenge his professional oppressor andpersonal outImiles in his brown frock coat and gen erous linen lie led time way On one side of him were the two Bowlders on the other was Llgc Wilietts Mr Watts preserving peace between the young ct tact and sang froid Il1lneILwltbPerr good onjer and a simili for so many except far to the rear where old Wllkerson tWOS bringing time tail of time procession dragging a wretched yellow dog byn rope fastened around tire poor cUrs protesting neck the knot carefully ar ranged under his right ear In spite of every command and protest Wilkcrson had marched the whole way uproari ously singing John Browns Body Time sun was In the west when they came in sight of the Crossroads and the cabins on the low slope stood out angularly against the radiance beyond As they beheld the hinted settlement rthe heretofore orderly ranks showed a disposition to depart from the steady advance and rush the shanties Wil Ie Its the Bowlders Parker Ross Scho facttbreakp the slope t Watts tried to call them back Whats time use your gettln killed he shouted Why not answered Lige and like tile others was Increasing lila speed sUddenlyImotioned them frantically tip go back Theyre laid out along thefence wait Inter ye he warned them Git out the road Come by the fields Fcr time Lords sake 81 read Then as sudden ly as he had appeared he dropped down Into time weeds again Lige and those with him paused and the whole body came to a halt while the leaders con suited There was a sound of metallic clicking audit thin rattle of steel rom fur to the rear came the voice of old Wilkcrson John Browns body lies amolderlns In the ground John Drown body lies amolderlrig In the ground nearhim iyaltlagsong singing ICIn slow time like a dirge Then thosd farther away took it up It spread reached the lenders They too began to sing taking off their hats as they Joined In and soon the whole concourse Bolemn earnest uncovered was singing a thunderous ta41IIIb tnf TrJtit ijiilaTo be continued It Saved His te P A Danforth of LaGrange GaM suffered for six montns with a frightful rutting 6ore on his leg but wicitea that Bucklens Arnica Salye Wholly cured it5n five days For Ulwrs Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Guly 25cts Sold by C J Hay don Iruggist Fbejfs Kidney Caron- xalus kkbers dbd buddcr dchtf aJ Sensational Marriage at Bioomf eld Late yesterday afternoon Mar shal Phillips of this 9ty received a telephone mes9ageaskinghini to be on the lookout for and to stop v a runaway couple coming from Taylorsville in this direc tion As the couple never arrived here m1uirieswere madp and iit was found that the couple had been marrIed in Blopmfield The bride is the daugot6r of Mr JobnHeadyand is but fourteen years old The groom is John W Harrin ton twenty eight years old The ceremony was performed by Rev Chandler of the Mettfodist church Aboutt dark yesterday the father and uncle of the bride passed tHrough Springfield in which direction they learned the yoijng pouple had gone The license was probably securedat Chaplin The lather claims that the li cense wAs Issued without his con sent or knowledgel and that ho will thoroughly investigate ther matter and make some person smart It was first reported here that the girl wasbut twelve years old but later and correct infor mation fixes her age at fourteen years Nothing futher is yetI known of theeloping couple af1I ter they left Bloom fieJd Nelson Record Workin OyertImB Eight hourl ws urj ignored 4byI Dr KingsANew Life Pills Millions are jaLways atI vork I night and ddy curing Indiges ConstipatinSi tLiver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only Sue att Q J Haydons drug store MainafoiTRlieninnatsnCnrcl William Shaffer a bnlkoman of DOt Ison Ohio was con fined to his bed for several weeks with inflammatory rheumatism I used many remedied1 he says Finally I lent to cCuws drug store for 3bo tie of Chariber lains Pain Balm at which time I vas unable to use hand or foot and iit one weeks time was able to got vo k happy as a clam Jor sale byUJJ Haydon Druggist O GOO J SPIRIT Gfqod spirits don t all Mme from Kentucky Their maul source is the liver and all the line spirits eyel made m the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the Jiundredandone H effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition it you wouldl feel bucrant happy andI hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful il your pursuits You can put your liver ID fine condition by using Greens August Flower t n o greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indfgestion It has been a favorite liousenold remedy for overthirty five years August Flower will make your liver healthy and activo and thus insure you a liberalt supply of UgoodspiriTri lV size 25c regular bottles 75cAt C JI Hay dons drugstore Dr Weavers Syrup sad Cerate Suoceutal treatment fpr blQS an4 skin dIscuss IMrthe oldest and most prominent citizens of Nelson county Was MrtMilcaMcKeehnd MrIL1and can relate many attrac five stories in connection with l the civil war At his home du ring that stormy pejripd many sOldilSof both sdes were enter tained Qcantrill the noted chieftain received the wound that subsequently caused his deaihin a1 barn onMr Wake fields farm He was taJen to the iatters residence and remained there until lie waS re moved to Louisville two days later by Federal soldiers where he died tWI week t1u reaf ei While at the Wakefiold resi dence rQuantrilis wound was dressed by Dr Isaac JiloGlaskeyj TIre wound palaJyzed the guerilla from his Waist to his feet u dhis recoyery was regarded as im possible During the first nijrfit after Quantrill was wounded Mr Jon than Davis relative of Supt J Tyler Davis of Bardstown was a watcher and attendant by0 his bedside and Quantrill gave him a locket as akeepsake WL Davis satoip wirh him the second night Quantrills men came in at all hours and wanted to take him to aplace of safety bait he k n o w removal meant instant death Quantrill told Mr Davis that he paid liberally for ills jparole toavoid being taken to prison at Louisville where he speedilycUncle Jimmy Yakefield as be is familiarljr called remembers well these event and o sI to talk about them He is in hi 95th y ear but is very active and fondof funBis many friends in this and adjoining cqunties are hoping tbat he will live to cele brateHbis center i l Bardstown Standard EASY WAY TO URE CATA1RH Breath Hyomel and Kill All Catarr Itlt Falls say f Wood 5c Campbell There is no dangerous stomach drugging when using Hyoraei l The healingand aromatic balsams which compose this wonderful treatment are breathed through a neat pocket in baler that comes with every SI outfit IIn this way the germkilling and heiUthjriving Hyociei penetrates to the most remote cells of the kings It searches out and kills disease germs in the air passages of the head throat and nose soothes and heals the irritd lydriescatarrhSuch remarkable refilts hayetCoi lowed the use of Hyoniei by the bcbt people iu Springfield thitrWopd e Campbell have the greatest confidence In Its power ute caarrn they be Heve in it so thoroughly that tHey will RiveHheir personal guarantee to refund thetnoncy if it does not cure the purchaser1to be goe judge This isan unusual offer and the first time thatanj mcdicine or treatment for the curp of catarrh has been soli 1thi war If it cures the expense is trifling while If it fails thcast is ab solutely nothing If ypu axe lortunate enough not to be tronbted yourICampbells offer and get them tatake adyautage of it The State Pair Kentucky may have nQ State Fair this year on account of the Lpjdisapa Purchase Exposition Towa and innesctabd v abun done the fairs in ti ose States and Indiana bail dectdec tto aban dibnits rsr alsount I the city off Indianapolis volunteered a guar antee fund and insisted on having the fair For those reasons at sentiment lias oeen created among the directors of the Kei tuckyLive Stock Breeders Association favqrin the plan ofr skipping 3904 and coming iin again next year with a more elaborate exhibition of the States products than evvf bef re made Presfsent M A Scovel of Lx ingtoc will calla meeting of the board to determine when and atti what time the fair shall bq held iif held at alll The callisi expec ted by the members of the Board of Directors to be issue Jimrne diatdlyi niLe a5ntimen t in favor of giving up thq f jir for the year dxisis Louisville is th rLostfavoredplace aiidtha fair will doubtless be heldvfhtrej ff held at allL Colis tee PiieDDioiiia One nt the most remsirkable casesof a cold deepseated on the luags cans ing pneumoni ris that Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion lad who was en tirelycurcdby the use of One fn- Oouli e Cure She says The cough ing and ctraimng so weakened me that Irah dowttln weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of rcrae di tono avail untilI used Qne MIn ute Cough Cure Four bottes of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and cestored me to my normal weight caltii anl strength SoIl P1811 j1ruggis The Kind lj1CCImyears borne the signatwro of pcrCss 4 GjMt t1i1Allls biiVExperjzjiemits 4 Infants and Children Bxpcrienco against E etcntII j What is CASTORIA Castoria isn harmless5 substitute for Castor Oilj Pore goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is pleasant 16 cotosuband allays Feverishness l It cures Diarrhoea anil Viu4 i1Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures patioa and Flatulency Jt assimilates the Food cans cs e v Stomach and BQweIs giving healthy timid sleep- The Chuldren3 Panacea ho Mothers Friend 1 OEN N CASTORIAAdws J Bears the Signature of iIt The KidYollllaYeA1wsBuglit In Use For Over 30 Years kTHe Lo r The Value of Tries l In many parts of our coutrtry I farming would be impossible b t for the trees such iis their influ Iencetheifi tendency isto jjitv iit both 5ocs and drouglittheyL supply Ifl one of the greatest nee esii of life and they furnish the lumber for tire building of our C ties railroads ships nda thousand other things withoutj which our presentstate 4 civil izaliQnwould hot have been pos sible for ages ifat all This iis why we should be careful of pur forest s whicti are fast dwind ling away iii many sections Ibis is why vrjQ should legislate against sleepg zing in the fov 1ests and against alt othgr practice which ttend to cause forest Sres andwhy we should try to protect Our trees rom tbeir nat ural enemies such as landslides floods insects1 and t ngj AndI it is well to bear in mind tile fact that wd cannot re l3ceintfifty years artree which we carf dd stroy inv an hour April Wo mans Home Companion T DO IT TODAYt The timeworn j nj un c tiou NeAer put off till tomorrpw what you can do todayiisnov generally presented in this form Do it today That is th terse advice we want to jgivflyon about thatt hacjk Ing cough or de moralizing cold with which you ajhave been sirugglUg for everall days porhaps weeks Take some reliable remulyfor itTODAY and let that remedy be Dr Bos chees German syrup which has been in uso for OVtA thirty thi years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve yoir cough orcoldjird its continue d use for a few days wiU cure you com pletely No matter how deep seated your coughevenif dread consumption hrs attacLceci you lungs qermnaSripwi1Isurei- offecta l cureri1 H Jla done b fore in thousands of apparently hopeless cass of llung troublp New Jrial bottles ioc regular sze 7oc vAt O J Haydons drugstore IDa yono W nt tfCiilh- If you want to ineaseyour strength 1JOU must aid to and rot take from the physical Iiq other words the Joodtfiat you eat must be digested assimilated appropriated jjy the nerves blood tissues before bcii erpelle from tthe In 6 tlUQs ivodol JDyspepsia Cure adCs to the the physicaf It gives strength toadbuilds up strength ia tie human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatabflmandthe only com biaaUon bf dfgejtanta that viU digest J apIpropriah gving qualities Soldlbvaii druggists IIUVtt LhttfEnt ME e 10 the ouh west YIath UOCI 1s1aF co Ystcffl Are you int resed If so get ready aid take Advantage of the lowest tate ever mate to Arkansas Texas acd Indian and Okla brma Tei ytorfes Tickets on sate from Memphis St Loiiii and Chicago Febr ali 16th March 1st and 13th and April 5th and 19th Call on your near est ticket agent or addressi i HI MCGUIRE District Passenger Agent iiCincinnati Ohio CALDWLLSS N 1 t tCllbbingList +The best Magazines ard Newspapers published Irt the country fflicrCdat reduced rates tp NEWtLEADER sub riberk V1TW cEwsLEAx- RLouisvi1lEPist dalvIf 8 fO IJbuncrjournal d lily 640 Courier 7o i rual we eklr J 1 50 Louisville Herald raily 2 CO Louisville Qerild rectilrv 12 Q Home andParm f a25 Parmors Homja Joirnal 1 TS Times daily 6 CO Gin Commercial 1 ribune A1 40 Cincinnati Ejiia ir ri05 JCountry j n ttfOOBreeders Gazette 2b3 nterstate Pptiltrrtiaa to OhipFarrneriOIndependect The ComporerV A 150 18 Louis GlobeDenidcrat j75 StThhola 50 Harper sMrgdzlco CVVt 4 pO ffarpers weekly4 25 Harpers Bazar I 4 9 5 American Agriculturist 85- Specjal rates given on toting t r1ltknownon applical onto titLD lisz Jr i PuhN1vELeider t ijprigfieldKy- ih TLIEOMT IN TU TbefrreatSbtithweS invites the en tire North1 and Est 1 makel tour of inspection and rettrea Ion to the prjn cipalbnsjness centers within the bonn dariea orOklahpraa a rd Indian T rri jodes ahdTexas on Fetjrhray lbJMarch 1st or Atarch l fh Ibis territory ot uncnsit nallthings commands t ie attention of- Iersoos4mtercstcd in bead aucen1e t rff the Educational A gricaUureal udtt Manufacturing growl is qf our coun try Ayofd the wealiier1 extremes of tho North an i East at thfs se sool theY 1r by taking avntage of this opportuqity fford S J yi the Ilow llates effective 01 dates mefltiofned by Frls coSystem andConneIing Lines vit Kansas1CityGatesway1Fromi di nTrril rics 5h toTcxasIOOii From Kansas Citr and Memphis Y 50and S800respectiv eljv Also rqahd trip rate of 4jSOQ froriSt inputs anil Kansas City to Texasomi above d atefc with liberal etcpov tr privileges 5 The FrisqD System baa four trains daily from StL6iusiaHdKansas City Uoici Statiohsto thebpulhtvest ociii i 1 ttleBaimicttadmicIltgri ffj EqtvReuryBy virtue of a jadg Trent and order circuitcmt 4shalleCourtf ON MOHD4Y MAJRCH 28 J9W hereabOUtlbejn bidder at public auctiifrHpori a credit f followlagdescribedproperty A tract of laud in WJasblnffton ty Kyctri ihll BcebH Sails aUdOf1tthe Vcst side ptttlq AViUishtirg tpnjt pike road nun borndcdon th j North by the tsOf trie Ittte Beech Fork on jtfie westVty4 Brown Helrar on theSoulh bY hejQiiahtir o aftM- on the Ea t1 Ytthe uriji iftC and Beqch Fork containing 68acfcffS nods and 38 potesiI 4Forchanei or purcbaserarwith app security tor sureties tmost HItIW1Itboynd bearWg legal in fptt I row laW ot sale until paid and Having the fer and effect of a Jdgsezit JM will be requirpd to ceijtowM IIisi terms t i I 1JrLEACnA 1f Cw o V7B Eariy Risers Tft famout ftf pt