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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 7r c w r iTw 7 It r f Jfl r Hf NEWSLEADERI i rt J iJ r I j 1INew SeiiesVol XI No Ill SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY K E1TUCKY MARCH n 1904 ttjJHt UllflW8 JJr c il1TJi1M BUBOI BThOmpSOnJr Co Ittt V UNDERTAKERS L1 AMD EMBAL MERS J Jstockall kin 3s of Panera IhppHe2 PHONE 53 1OUR DlR J H RYii SPRINGFIELD county seat of WashingtOflC0U11t7 52 miles southl east of Boxington 59 miles from Lu5jit on DardstoVl branch of Epuisyille and Nashville railroad inI a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone Unesexpres office flour mills lumber 4 yards JPopuatioti 1100 population of s tcounty 1509- 0Representative iin Congress Hon 13 I r t HTSmirhBtodgenVilleKy Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W DyGlaybrook- eReprescntativeln State Senate Hon karry Lancaster Lebanon Ky rt County IrBCitoryw CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mondiv in February May and Octo fasrr c Et Psttes nf JuJge IjIL DurliawjCom1nonvealt1 At torpey v I4 FM Campbell Clerk tt I4 At G Leachmao Master Commiss loneri l QUARTERLV COURT Quarterly Court iheldon the third ifbnday in each month BI latsey Judge- sCOUNTY COURT County Coirt meets on the fourth- t j Monday in each mouthcDL Litsey Judge W F Booker County Clerk 11S Mays County Attorney v George Catlett Jailer t Byron Croake SheriffiT SIFRiclizrd Isham sidneyR H JSlullican Deputi23 Ed Masters I Aii F Moore County Sttrveyor 4 jIJames IJI Royalty Assessor 1 T P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer HJ M Montgomery Coroner iJ W Bush Sapt of Common Schools P O Sprlngfleia f l CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Gra 35 hrS lU- W4t Grigsby City Attorney 4 JUSTICE COUKT Justice Courts are held in January April JU17 and October Church Directory BAPTIST CHURCH Rev S J Cannon Pastor Ser Aicesi everySunday at 11 am and 7001 pm SundafSchool at 900 Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at 700 METHODIST CHURCH ReV J D Ward Pastor Service oi the First and Third Snudavs in each mouth at 11 a m nnd730pm Sunday School every Sunday at 10 amt Prayer rimeetingeveryWedfleSdaYd 4 night CATHOLIC CHURCH RevPF Hennessay Pastor Ser vices evejy Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St R sesame hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevL Felix Pastor iService r ccondtand fourth Sunday in each month n PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH RcV TD tatimer Pasior Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thuraday evening at TJoclock f Fjaternal Ordeas MA OKiq LODGE SFringCeid lodge No SO meets second Mouday iI each month Washington RO Chapter No 5 i Ulil ao every third Monday Springfield Couhcij Mo 52 meets on every tourth Monday KNiGHrsIof b AcK E1tSMcch ia rcs v in each iton 3sSSSssss3 11 rAMERICAN HI JSILVER I m kTRUSSIJ f COOLp TT I Easrto Wear j IlliJI eYlfesCYWPorJJack J 1 lrCeafort Per ale b C J Haydoji i a digestioniielcfelas Tbrlain Stomach Liver Tablets and rllQo1Iwilletqulk relief For ealc by J Hay doa Drag ist aKSSKSZri WWW 6Wnn k iiWC IIROUND OF TALK ron l f 1nlBy Nixon Waterman A thick fleeced lamb came tjrdtting by Pray wither nowmy lambtuoth U To have1 saidhe with neer a stop My wool clippedat the baaba shop I r asked the dCgWhy all all this iii1 Said hei Irn fashioned outside iti And all my days and nlglltrflve tried My best to get the bark outside A hen was cackling load and long Slid Itoher How strange your song Said she Tis scarcea song in fact- tts just a llay to be eggsact asked the cat Pray tell me Why You loyetosing She blinked her eve My purrpuss sir as you dan see s to amevs myself said she A horse was being lashed one day Said I Why dont you run vayj Neitrh neigh my 8U8le4nindsaidhe- Still keeps itscquinelniity asked the cow Why dont you kick The man who whipsyou with a stick nAlasJI must be lashed said she So I cao give ivhippedcdam TouJitsee frNFORTUNATE Probably the most unfortunate phS of the smallpox situation Us itc stands now is the disastrous effect it is having on the business of the town Although of late years especially since the once dreaded disease has assumed a milder form the great fear of xposure to the contagion by the people appears to have lessened yet ther are still many who will not go within miles of a case of smallpox if they know of it Just now should be the buy with the merchants of the town and the local dry goods and- lothing firms haVe brought on an unusually large stock of spring and summer goods and these must be sold in season to yieldfany profit The smallpox cai is out about the town and many who would be good custo iner are kept away Of course the danger to anyone being e x posed to the disease by simply coming to town on business isI very remote but of that fact some people seeni to be unaware and as a consequence the merchants are feeling the ill effects of the scarce Another thing which makes matters worse is the tendency to exaggeration in the Spreading of such reports A gentleman from the county who ventured in the other day said that it was perfectly wonderful the wilji and startling reports vhich are afloat out in the county concerning the situationi in Springfield which after all he jfbund to be such as to Offer little cause for larin d fHOUI D HELPThe necessi 3 tyof all good citizens of the town in giving every support and aid possible to the health officers in their efforts to enforce pre cautioney measure against the spread of the contagion should be appreciated It is unfor tuil te that the matter was not taken in han4 and strict leg ulations adopted sooner but even now jth the support af the community there is no reason why the measure taken should not prove effectual against any further spread The trouble is not one however to be lightly dealt Withand theresh uld be no let up in the enforcement oftlie regulations laid down by the healtli officers and every citizen l h vatfplnessI fulnessS i 1Y iw ENTERPRISE The chanced foru nwehter prise for Springfield in the form of an icef plant mention of which has already been made in these columns are flattering Rep resentatives of machine nianu facturing companies have been negotiating with the Springfield Water and Electric Light Co about putting in sucha plant but no definite steps have tsyet been taken The managment of the watercompany- isi also figuring on putting hia filtration plant at the reservoir which they consider almost a neceSsary adjunct as they wish to furnish the patrons with good pure water the year round It will take quite a bit of money tOI construct thfc two plants but it thought by those who have the matter under advisement tInt I l c the investment will provq a jay in one I UIFTII CLASSThe bill we1 tr t grs tlleffth approved by thp Gbvehior and htts now become allaw As toI justj how the hange is to beJ made just what process is to be gone through with to bring about the change of government does not appear quite clear The new pfficers can not be elected until the next regularl election which vill be in November ofII this year and ft is probable that the town will be aliowod to run on under the same government until the new officers are elected and qualified tis likelywthat there will not be the difficulty in getting candidates fOr councilmen of the fifthclass city as has i heretofore existed miner the old class The town trustees job has always been considered a t thankless one and not many citizens care for the honor There may be more honor and power connected with the job of a i councilman of fifthclass city t which will make the ofllce more desirable and instead of the i tpayderelop t j n igAPPQINTED Hon W DP CUaybrooke our leer Rep resentative was very much dis appointed over the action of Gov Bdckham in vetoing the bill creating the offices of assis tants to the AttorneyGeneral iMr Claybrooke had fostered the bill and had taken a strong hand in having iit passed through the Legislature Aside from that interest Mr Claybrooke had assurances that one of the offices would be giyen to a ivelllrnownl Springfield lawyer and a friend of his v TraieiyAveW Justin the dick of time Gur little boy wassavedvyrtlVs W Watidns of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sadj havcc with him and a terrible dough set in beskles Doctors treated him but he grew worse eveiy dav At length we tried Dr Kiygs New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved lies now sou dand well Everybody ougrht to know Its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and fcil Lunn diseases Guaranteed by C J Ha don Druggist Price 50c andj10e rial bottles Money In Manure Four or five years ago Darnel Hayes then living near Gar field lost abtfut 3000 in gold It will be remembered that he employed a detective offering Him 1000 to find the money and a man was at work on the case but discovered nothing It nowicorres to light that the money vhJCh wqs buried in a stable had been pawedup by a mule and scattered through the manure At a later date some one entered the stable to get manure gardening pur poses and in pulverizing itsome of the fnoney was discovered Dilligent search found it all but sijfcty dollars which have never been found f Only recently have thdse 1aetsI beenu tinto circulation but the story is absolutely true Our in1 Jbrmatiopis received from aflIthentjc source and we give it to oar readers who easily recall the news of the loss as it was circulateu a few years ago Rrcckinridge News tHjiiBf HealHy Children Any child can akc Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harm lenevcr gripe or sicken and yet they are sb cerfain Iin resuls that ro qast constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They carnot fail to pcrform their mission And every onq who tfsespeWitts Lit tieEarly Risero prever them to alloth es pills They curie billipasness Soldl bjaliDruggittsS fggsfbrSaIe Barrel PJymoutii Jlock Eggs for sale at 4Qcent5 per setting ot 17 egg Mrs WilSoa Green R F 1 No 4 Springfieldy Ky flood Mule Sale At the mule sale conductd last Saturday by Miller fe BurJ tleIrearwas a good and the bidding slow but persisI tent The prices at which the thellpurchaser klIIerQorekl mule U8a JW Wise 1 at 129 Gaton Miller a pair at S2G5 E H ODaniel 1 at 161 Smith for St Catherines HarryI good ones 350 Monte 1175 Owen Gaines one pair 288 Kay 1 at 8127 1 Rich Smith Springfield 1 at SU1 Theodore B Spalding a pair at 222 John B Spalding a pair at 287 John E May 1 at 144 J W Wise 1 at 181 Brack Massey of Columbia at 1 125 Anthony Watson Walstqc 1 at 109 Joe Ca Phillips t pair at 200 John B Wathen pair ar323 The 21 mules sold brought 3339 or- an f average ef 8139V per head It was talked on the ground that tho prices whicH prevailed at this sale were exceptionally good and sone men who came to buy a mule or mules ileft without d1 ingiiso because theycould not get them cheap enough WhiLe Messrs Miller Bur Jette made no money on this bunch of stock they didc lose any The an mals were work stock with good weight good sze and in good condition There was no bybid ding Lebanon Enterprise v frGOOJ SPIRITS fr Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main sourceis the liver and all the fine spirits ever made In the Blue Grass Stiltecould not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandono iI effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at tIre same time Your liver must be in fide condition it you would feel bubjant happy and hopatul Bright of eye light of stp vigorous and successful your pursuits You can put your lie iiffine condition by using Greens August Flowert n o greatest of all m diCines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsiaor indigestion It has been a favorite Lousenold remedy for over thirty live years August Flower vill make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c AtC J Haydon s drugstore S1ai RIots Disturbances pf sjtrlors are not nearly as grave as an inch vidual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep neryous tension- t will be followed by utter collapse unlessa reliahle reme dy is immediately employed Theres nothing so eflicfent to euro disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine And the gteatest all round medicine fcr rundown systems It dispells Nervous ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels talaria herms Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed bvC J Haydon Druggist r rrAugus Cattle Sale On Monday April 4th atl P 1M sharp on the public square in Taylorsvillf KyN W cock ran Sons will offer for sale 20 headof Angus Cattle consisting of Cows bred and with calves at foot Bulls of servicable age all recorded in the American Angus Herd Book whfire none but Pure Pedigrees are admitted The stanclard of this Herd has beeni kept up to such a degree that tbe Record shows it has won more premiums while on the Fair cir CUlt than any Herd of any breed in Kentacky some of them hav ing won first at the Great State Fair at Louisville and Lexing ton They are not pampered or fat but bred and arid fed in such away as to make them healthy vigorous useful and profitable These cattle will be on exhibition at Vells1 stable in Taylorsville April 1st A R Bean theIhaKind SIgnature Y I cVt tas hiugtollLctter illI rile Republican leaders Congress still takerfn optimistic viewi of the possibilities of ad IJofeelings for their facts andddI not see why the ro td will not be clear for getting home in a fort night or weeks A member said to your correspondent this after noon H Vewill be nome by May 20th r do not see bow thy can The naval appropriation bijl has got in the way seriously and what wftlj amendments anti propositions and debate has de layed the procession for jten days And npw the Indian bill is up The comitteeon the labor bills are yet to be hard from Gar diner in the House and McCoraas in the Senafe are bejeweled with magnificent promises tothe labor unions Hut these will probably not mature iu laws I do not think that either oi these chair men is bluffing but the great manufacturing and commercial interests of the country are IP the fight to stay and it is not likely that any eighthour or anti injunction bill will do more than barely reach the calendar The ship subsidy ilUIS sub merged and though the name of the dead Hanna isor was a name to conjure ithit is not likely thatit will bring it to the PhilippinGpressly for the benefit of Ameri can commerce at the expense of Filipinos may therefore keep at the front and be enacted into law Secretary Faf i has been violently opposed to these bills and tOldyour correspondent that such a policy would bJ qthe robbery qf the Fili pipes butit is ropurted today that he has changed his mind and will with dra vfliis opposition Why The canal tdommissioaers in tend to sail or Panama next Tuesday to look over the ground and plan tne campaign They Have a gigantic task bu will re- CeIVe all the backing which the President can givei Inan open letter addressed to them he expresses his wish that the work be thoroughly and economically done He declares that there is no politics in it that he does not Know the party affiliations of his appointees that his for the benefittof all mankind He warns the commissioners that they must do the work as well as it can be done or he will find some other engineers to take their place He also expects all Sub ordinates to be efficient and honest otherwise they must be discharged out of hand Evi dently the President looks upon this work as the crowning glory of his administration The hearty a acquiescence the Northern Securities Company In the decision of the Supreme Court without fuftuer contest and its haste to comply with the law as interpreted by the distinguished tribunal pleases and encourages the officers of the government The company gracefully submits to being dis banded and retires from ousiness thereby vindic iling its assertion that in its organization Mr Hill intended no violation of the llaw Democrats in Congress insist that other great trusts shall bo prosecuted with equal vigor to which the administration re sponds that they wiUbe attacked as fast as the Alt rney Generall accumulates evidence on which to base a sufficient iLdictment Out of respect for Ropresenla Ayer For hard cojds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take any thing better than Ay- ersCherry PectoralCherry Pectoral Ask your- own doctor if this is not so He uses it He understands why it soothes and heals bad a terrible cough week Then I took Ajeri Cherrr rector I and only O- nebtOPjjoiep5 JUcn 5c J 0LYZE 00 lilrl1ItIlU forMaL coughsColds You will hasten recovery by talc Inff ono of Ayers Pills it becWm I tive Thompson of Alabama who died the otljer dayj Congress im mediate adjourned CouldI th r4be anything more absurd than an at tempt to show respect by stopping work1 Would it be much ntore respectful toa member to work even harder and longer Thnia large committee of members paid 0Oa hOre1andouryhirn much mote cbngiderate tto Jive the money to his wiciowift- hey have any right 9use pub lie 1Theplani greSsinol committee of eminent landscape artists ana architeos for making Washington a more beautiful city couteniplated an avenue some 900i feet in in width extending from the capitol to the Washington monument On tii thor side of this vista the new public buildings were to be erec ted as required Nqw comes the Secretary of Agriculture wittt the proposition to place the new building sor his department whi6h is to cost millions of dol lars beyond the building line and thus narrow the park way and spoil the plan This has aroused strenuous opposition in all quartets and it is ho ed that Congress will prohibit the in trusipn if nott the President is expectedjo do o since he is a man of taste and culture f rip IT4rOD4Y Th JrPofD iiljj unction NeAer putpff till tomjorrow what you ian dp today Ms now generally y presented iuthlsform Do it today That is the ters la vice WQ want to give you about that hacjcing cough or de moralizing cold with which you have been strugglitg for several days porhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that1 remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup which has been in ue for over thirtyfive years AfeV doses of it will undoubtedly relieve yotr cougb or cold and its continued use for a few d ys will cure you cOrn pletely No matter how deep seated your ough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs German Syrup ivill surely effect a cure1 as it has done before in thousands apparently h6peess cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c Regular site 75ctJt Haydons drugstore A Colds Cafisa Pnenmonia One of tbe most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that Mrs Gertrude E Ifenner MaiouInri who was en tirelycure by the use of One KlmsTe UoughC re She says The cought ing and straining so weakened me that I rah down in weight from 148 to 9 pounds I tried a number of reme ditoi no avail until I used One MIn ue Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedycured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and eestored me tb my normal SveIght oilth anl strength Sold by all druggists Timber Jlii BreckiHridae During the past two weeks the small streams in this section of the c unty have been at an excellent stage fOr rafting logs and much timber has been gottenout and sent to sawmills and factories at other points On Friday morning the Little Willie of Troy took a raft of 525 logsout of Clover creek to Tell City for vine Chairteakers Union and on Saturday morning she toolca raft of about ECO logs to Cannelton for J W Dy er tbe saw miJl man of that place Mr Dyer has gotten three rafts oJt of Clover Creek tlis month there being 2 500 10gsiJlnIl Gep Harris rafted a number of Jogs iin Cloyer Creek for Zellers Bros of Canneiton ard DaisY Beavin got out about680 los at Faucet creek rbr thesame firm last week Be sides the aboy a number of oth er rafts have been floated down Clover creek this month fi At this time of the yea the timber business in this section is one of the principal industries and fnrnishes employment to al large force of men Breckin ridge News WAATEtMen or women as repxesenlatiyies lov a high class magtzine Largp commissions Cash prizes Wtite J N Tram er 80 East Washington Squa- rewYrkiN Ciop Ueprt Commissioner Hubert Yr e laud has issued the following crop repoit for Kentucky Ow ing todrought of last fall and the late seeding tif the wheat crop it was in bad condition to stand the long cold winter Con soquenty the report cpms from elwbeatel materially and nothing but an early spring and favorable sums mer can insure ev na fafr crop of that ceroal Grasses and clover have also suffered and thie present condition will not exceed 50 or 60 per cent of an average There iiis a good prospect for the planting of a full prn and potjfltoe crop Live stock has genrrall stood the winter weilr although feed is scarce in many localites There is mpr cholera among hogs in the western patti of the State Cattle hogs and horsesare about ah average in number throughout the State There is a considerable falling off in the number of mules in many counties The prospec for apples and peaches is fairly 0oat The low prices of dark or export tobaccos have greatly discouraged the farmers who frow those types The indications are that the acreage of dark tobacco will be very materially decreased The prices being paid for Burley are more satisfactory and the area on which this particular variety is grown win be considerably enlarged v The farmer like the groundhog has been hOusedMii all win ter Consequently little farm work has been dorfe Scarcely a furrow has been run for the spring crops I rItBaYll1sLc t PiA Danforth of Lara ge Ga suffered for six mdntns with frightful runin sore on hisr Ia but writes that Bucklen Arnica Salve wholly cured itMn five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25cts Sold hy C J HajdoD iruggistA The Namc tlitclHazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt pb Chicago are the inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A cer tain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Re zemi Tetter Piles etc There are may counterfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve seetbat the name E G DeWItt Co Chicago is on he box and a cure is certinSoM by all drucrristsVi SaiDfaflis Notin our newspaper exper ience h ewe had to chronicle such a distressing trouble asS that which has Jbefalien the iJy of Mr Hutt Wathen of this city Aoout ten days agoJ ennie Lee one of his children died Last Friday night March 18 1904 Nellie next to the youngest died and was buried Sunday Monday March 21 1904 Ore ie and Mallie two other children pass dawoythe former at 10 oclock in the morning the latter at 11 oclock in the evening In torment Tuesda morning from Slt Augustines Both children wOre buried in same coffiin To this almost insupportable sorrow was added Tuesday evening f I March 22 l904 at 7 oclocd the death of Mrs Waten the mother Her funeral was conducted from St Augustines yesterday morning Mrs Warhen befoirj her marriage was Miss Catherine Lee dUughter of MrMikeLet of Calvaryl AU died of pneumo nia and measles One ctild whose death is momentarily ex pecl remains The bereaved father and husband certainly his the deep sympathy of ihe entire community in his a strcssLeb anon Enterprise Iflpfii Oyerliie Eight hour laws are iignored by those tireless Inite workers Dr King4S Weir LifO Pills Millions are always awortnight ani day curing Iridiges tion Biliousness Constlpatii Sick Hedache and all Stomach tILiyer and Bowell troubles Easy pleasant sale sure Only 5cstI I 0 S Hay ps drug store r arlrTJMtf IUIf T I j t I J f iif J l 1 r t7I 1T L JtI JI iBvTY THE OLD REt 1lZ RbY4I iIMRr OJc POWDE i AbolutefyPur q WW IS NO SUBSTITUTE a 1WJaeater1i Man is not tbUbnly successful breaker 61 globe neither is hV the cnly ereaturowhp can make v much out of little Tte kveaKer sex can by industry e 1del the stronger as is efdenied Dzthe followingi illiIstraiion 1widow America Davenport c ndher two daughters j who live near Duncan have Made the fo losing phenominal record Thy QwnIt71 acres of land 1 hcrsei 85 sheep tI cows JO liogs and 25 hens From theo resources tthey reaped 49023 market stuff and made 250 ponds of 1Iin two days and did their noise work They raise them corn wheat oats and hay anUhaver the best garden in that jfeotion i iSTliey have s wee t pjofatoes throughout the year They set as gsod a table as any family IatMercer county and have a bVflS class vehicle They attend church regularly andare always ready to pay their assess neuton the church work Whenever they hire a hand they lve the nfoney to pay when fti work Ii9I dOne They keerj the place in r good condition ant theu lends are more stable than tiose of jJ any adjoining Jarm r 1 would not not be possible to fin 1 a burr or thistle oranyothert cumbefer of the ground on tHeir p emises Is this not better than having two or three men abc fit tho place very loquacious jject qfpoljticsJn ul nlESlb 9 ants to town on court Saturdays and always enthusias ottic about street airs Harrods burg Herald ji t 1 JIOXTHBTRIL FREE l t b Breath HybmcIThrceopFoUrTl Dally and Be Carcd efCiitarrh V2ood I Catispbelljojie of the most reliable business nans in Siiringfleld i hare seen many instances of the remarkable dwer of Iyomdl to tpre catarrhal troubles dad othrtdLsordcr- softberespiratoryorgans Results in this treatmeA hs vergiven them so much confidence Hycmei that they will give a monthfe trial with the positive unde 15 tan ling1 that if at the end of that time a cuih not v effected or enough relief linod to warrant a continued use of the treat ment for a while longer the fn perIwill be refunded Hyomet is l1ony treat tent for 1 catarrh that has ever benso d under a no cure no pay pIn and he only one where a months ttial tteatmekt ris free anless it curesi V Hyomei i3not apill orlIqnii Just breathe It through tho neat Inhaler thatpomes with every outfita id beneSfit wilibVsaei fro thefirst dys tie Breathed in this way the bea Hhgiv ingiHypmei penetrates fo thi minutest air cells of the llungs and driver catarrhal l germs and poteens irons tkV I 1ltem Th etomplet outfit cot but Mnd extra bottles pf Hyomef mpj be ot tined forSfcJ viI iRemember tha Uf Hjomei oes act v curyou after ainpnth tri JXVood t Campbell will refund your niouey an I the treatment wfll te absolutely freek H MiaiatorT Rtwiaaliii reii William Sbafferifc brzkema4of Den ispn Ohio wasiCpafineJ tojbii ibeUfo at1It drug stpro for a jbolLUe ol Chamber lains Pain BaJmat Ich tieIwas unable to use Band or foot aii in ofle weeks time was ablfctdgdBiwjTk iHt happy as a cl7j FoFArt ly OJ Haydon Dnfgfist f r v rl4Cv HvMCS fit oMv r tifon cOf1 emt JLt OY3rtK 10 J f fL t9tn IU JIS J orJo edcasorIiiJ4rI4oi ts M4ilIv xe n ad- iraa1prcpy r eldd lcan suit y Prwe jrtMCirMibl 1e4tiSJARY L EIKIRK 7 Phpn l I i 1 fftWwLI JWLt JBVBRY THURSDAY r i SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE J i jtSPRINGFIELDKYl iN i r H f LDAVISON Jr i ZR4AxP1sux- I 4 4taet biiai i ot1ce1O 1 iPI j cla M4I tialtltMii DOiU s e MU ud politiclnitt r t 1 eaftto ptl7H r3 Job wGk Is e atlIewrte3bit cash l JR pAId a lTenr of goods AflTirttafoHf tracts made on liberal i t rmc OMUwriM aiiZ resolutions of respect a 1eatJ perU ur1fO XCmnNt- MgIstrHS 350 CitiOCr15001rtJo D14k4tOee rc TJmMDAT MARCH si 1904 We we MtlMirlzed to anNounce the MK 8f GEORGE D PARRott Is a ekadkteU for the tfflce of Sheriff WMh1 toB coBBty subject to the eti0 Ik tlw DeMocratic party ett1f8YC btr 1905 t Attorney General N1B1 Hajs Ln4 Gov Btckham have beel t haying warm war of words ITh Attorney Geueral e7erely- critk5i ed the Governor for vetoing the bill providing assis tint Attorney Generals and gave 1 few figures showiogrlhow the oil wjis calculated to save thou r sands of dallar to the state in b i outandsimHa fees t FuCI I Gov Btckham comes back and I and accuses Hays of misstating fact aid figures but the Attorney comes again with a rejoinder making his case stronger than ever and citing more cases of the inainistratipn eilravagance in the way df special attorneys The controversy so far has been Sconfludf to a question of economy t Everyone whq is acquainted with the uestionS especially every politician knows that the secret I Beckhams antagonism to the proposed law is that it would t tike from the Auditor and the Governor r a big lot of1 political patronage which for obvious reasons it is not desirable to lose just now 1 r The latest froth the scene of the war is the report of a big land 1Qttle near the town of t Chong Ju in which the Japs were victorious the Russians 1 being forced to retire p dc ulars aremeager but both sides de said to have lost heavily i Damage from high water int Indiana and the Ohio Valley is quite serious The CaptivejThe Jlaster cantata the Captive will be rendered at Johnsons Chapel Sunday afternoon at 245 oclocr This is a high class religious drama attractive and iastructive There ate four characters the Captive the Spirit of Darkness Spirit of Light and the Knights of the Truth with his army The music is inspiring and will delight those who may attend Prof Win Baxter will preside at the j organ Seats fiee to all t BblNCOB c I C R Filiatreau sold to BffFields onemilk cow and calf ftr- 3J T Misses Mary Tayor Maud Messrs Tom Filiatreau aJ j jmb Reynolds were the guests of Miss Alma FieldsI last 11 Sunday Born to the wifeof Mr Ear nest Waihenon the 9tb a girl BOr 1J to the wje Had Mur pheyV on the 20th a boy jI posiIC Imte Edelenl llefiilast Mpn day ItlQn Sam Edelen who has a pc at Lorreto Academy vis ited his parents on last Sunday Charles Spaulding and family L yisited C R Filiatreau t4 t LiverPilsr flirts what you need some I j tkinc tocJUyour BilioauKss rsuIate your bowels You = Aycrs Pills v e rII J sntIy IXItfvee WctacK beard t y Ue i tr IUCIINGHAMS DYE 1fR 1I9t News From The County 1k I Happenings Among the ounty Peple as Reported by our orrespondents HM Vally 2JLS Owingfotlie local rains the falmers ofthis place are bebjnd with their work and ns the wheat crop has made a failure elacrel Klir and MrS Edward Goatley spentt last Friday at the home of Mrs HugheyGoatey Misses Margaretp and lm gene Goatley visited Mrs JC Hughes llast Sunday W E Elliott arid family were at the home of MD Reed last Sunday Mrs John Virgin isaf the home of her daUghterMrs Tom Reed tblS week Messrs Ed Janes Frank Jane and Frank Edgerton spent list Sunday at the home of Mr J ti- M ran W G Ptrkms has removed to his faraa he recently purchas ed near Bdoker Born to the wife of Tom Reed on the 25th a 10 pound son The father is all smiles The ctizensof this place are somewhat stirred up qbout the small pox as there are one or two who havb lada good chancq for it and the chances are that we mayhaye a case or two at any time The road Question seems to b at a standstill but the citizens of this vicinity are still working for better roads and I hope some one WI1 take the question into Consideration tfnd try to improve the public highways The great trouble with most roads iis they are not ditched sufficiently and are not high enough inthd mid dIe Water is permitted to stand in pools on ttberad which not only causes depressions but forms deep mud and the thaw of spring destroys the rOad There are hot enough brakes made to turnthe water bIT which of course is more injurious to the road than travel So w cannot have gjdod roads of whatever rni terial made unless sufficient drainage be provided Frequent complaint is made by citizens who live in remote places from the business center that nothing is done to improve the back roads on which they live and that they are taxed to keep up the roads in the most populous portions of the county Yet it would I think be a poor policy t9 expend money on any but the main fthoroughfares I would like to hear opinions of others on the subject Uot ti IliHsboro ft v The report of smallpox has cast qiiifeia scare Ctver our rcm munityand a number are prisoners in their homes and would notr come out for any thicg t Weareglad to report all our sick able lo be out rh reareI no new cases of measles or whooping cough that we know of among our peopfeV Quite a number from here at tended the funeral of Mrs John B Peters at ilackvillV Saturday 1 Miss Cora She wmakdr of near Mackville spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Bet tie andy Minnie Mattingly Miss ss Mollie Shewmaker and Pearl McGjosson who have been visiting Misses Ma dand Eva Inman have Returned to their home Two of bur young men are now very sad but boys cheer up and cease repining for they may come again and if they dont it is nt far to Botland IThe boys have quite a story to tell of thei experiehce a few Sunday nghj ago which they term the darkest tnight ever known While one young man was paying his respects to a girl in the Hardesty Schqpl House dpnimuriity his horse became impatient arid broke loose and he was compelled to get someone to bring him hptne It is alsol said that another got lost in Mr Pt thers fields and could not morning1An but fortunately neitheij driver or buggy was in jured It iis likely that the boys will ba more caur tious in thefnturc about gettingl out dark niOhtst J MrS hlds w OWls kicked by ihoriie Jast week while put feeding his stock is about well IfcfetMciaj tbei orse was try t6 irickfarjoliier ho jeand Shields was acidentlj3ti1r1l lIng the small of tfts back but not seriovMy lilifrt Coleman Settle sold a buggy to reTSettTelor G5T WewCnder whyiColehas parted with Jiis new buggy so soon Mr and Mrs TW Suther land are visiting friends in An derson county this week Mr Sutherland hasreent1ysold his farm in that county to W A Whitehouse f r10 per acre Tne peach buds which have been considered kiled by the cold weather of the past winter now give good indication of life One of our cifczsns who is an au thority on frui culture says that the liye buds on his trees are numerous enough to make a good crop and will nil the trees bslull as they should be if they are not yet killed iMisse Maud and Eva Inman entertained the young people of this vicinity Saturday night in a mostt elegant manner Quite a crowd was present and all report an enjoyable time John Barnes and wife Gravel Switch Visited tlje latters parents here Mr and Mrs John Shewmaker severAl days last week Mesdames Emma Leachrnan and a Annie Goatly were called to Fairfield last week by the illness W L Leachman who is said lof be quite sick Mr PB Prather overseer of the old Mackville and Beechland road has begun work on his part of the roadSo far as he has gone he has put in good condition Squire Polio secured through the Fiscal court an al- 1ovnceof22 to the mile bUG it notenough anctl it is likely th ta delegation from here will appear before the court this time and urge the court lto give a bet ter allowance so we may be able to carry out Mr Prathers plan to raise the road bed with met tie ditch and culvert it If this is done wo will have good roads We hope Mr Prather will be able to accomplish this much for our comnmity LJLAc lenso OrT Died atthehOlneofJ s Best on Deep Creek the 18th his son Albert His remains were fti terredin the old family burying ground He was in his 19 h year Mrs R Iij Ellioltns very sick with the grip Clautl KeV bought the Popes Chapell Methodist churchand lot for 127 cash The church was sold at auction Cr Arnold sold to Bill Rhine heart a horse for 00 Matherly Brets have sold their interest in the store at this place to A H Grain The latter JibS just received a large stock of spring goods with more to follow and invites nis Jriends to inspect themi0 BPope bought of Houston Greer one bay mare 6550 H Milburn reports several base of measles at his house W H Harmon is worse at this writirig and not expected to live manv days Ms JH Ehiott is on the sick listt Robet cocanough is expected to leave this week for Indianap oils where he will make his future FEMALE WEAKNESS M3 13 Cougtt St PpmrtAND Mxitrs Oct 11 190J orlortoIlofferedpzqitratadhvobi1ndIughcudcbc swell up and I would feel weak I feltdLcociragedthe help of physician but Wine of Cardui came na a Godsend to mo I felt a chango for the better within a treatmentIagonies usually did and soon became regular and without pain WIno of Cardni It simply wonderful audI wish that all suffering women kuOTr of 1U good qualities h 4Treasurer Portland EoDom1 Leap Periodical headaches tell of le- mate weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently jiinetceri out of every twenty cases of irregular nienses bearing down pains or any female weakness If you are discouraged and doctors have failed that ia the best reason in the world you should try Wine of gdui now Rrncmber that headaches jnean female weakn Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of l Cardui today WINE 0 aRDUl 9 home May success crown his life Is the wish of thewritcr Mr3LayneVi3 very4 low at this writing She is ari aged woman and may not likely recover Pleasant Grove 1 Miss Ellen Gregory visited her grandmother near Bardstown Jlast week Harry Reed of tliq grocery clerks association was in tire Grove Sundayf The sick areill a greit deal better Lieut L B Litsey was at home from Danville llast week The small pox is bluffing a 0 goodmany of the Grove people out of town Miss Jennie Redding opened her school here Monday morn leg It has been closed for three weeks on accounb 01 measles and various otner diseases that haVe held sway here this winter A good many from here attn ded the funeral of Mrs J B Peters inMackville last Saturday Sergt Ezra Goodlett who has been with the U S army for thn past three years is at home Young Goodlettwas in the Phili pines for lit4 le over one year and the reocaihderor the time was spent at Fort Wingate N M and other western forts He has made an excellent record in the army and his promotion to Ser geant is good proof of his effi ciency as a soldier Mrs J B Peters who died in Mackville last Thursday was well known here It fe sad for thehome to be deprived of the mother before she has yet e4ter ed the evening of lifeVe ex ltend great sympathy tothebe reaved husband and three little children X CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Havi Alwajs Bought Bears the- lguature dof Canary Spring has greeted us and each and every one was glad to bid farewell to old winter and trust it will not be socold next year The wind storm caused a great deal of damage Friday night It blew down a tobacco barn for J D Burns and lifted the top off from an old barn for Abe Cava ny and scattered lots of fencing and blew down many trees Mr Marker Lawrence and Miss See Stoll were married on March 23rd Miss Margaiet Litsey is very sick at this writing John Reedwii1 move to Em Youngs1 place this weir The little ten yearold daugh jtear of Mr and Mrs EJisha Wreu died at her home of pneii monia and measles Wednesday March 2s Interment Tharsday at old Hayesville cemetEry Chestnut Dare Chestnut Dare will wake the present season at my stable six miles nnrthof Springfield at 15 rolInsure a Living Golf Chestnut Dare was sited by fie great Chester Dare the great est of living sires for high class saddle and harness horse First dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he by Mambrino Chtef llj second dam by Black Hawk Chief third dam by Brinker Drennon This horso has the style form the proud g itsand action characteristic of the Chest r Dare family He is 16 aids high good bone a large hand some saddle horse and one of the best of Chester Dares get If you want to raise a fine horse a brood mare with size this is the horse and the only Stallion In Washington county sired by the greatest of living sires Chester Dire I IB B LEACHMAN l SCR CLDWELLSN a a j i The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons whb are thin and enoughtoChronic jcases1 thats what vthe doctoijs call them which in common English meaqslongsikness To stop tl 9 continued loss Of flesh theyeed Scotts Emulsion For the feeling off weakness they need Scotts Emulsion itf makes nvflesh and gives new lifeUp the weak system Sc tfs Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes nev- rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emtjlsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeL Theres new strength arid flesh in yery dose AVewill be glad to send you a few doses free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle ef Emulsion you buy scOTT BOWNE Ch mIss 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and all druggists Olnrnoliii Patience In Herbert Paulsi History of Mod ern England is tills picture of Die rneli Of finance or of any other buslnos Mr Disraeli neither knew nor cared tp know anything at ill Literature ani the showy side of politics exhaustejl his Interests In this sublunary gpherq lIe lived in the house of commons nn i he liyed for IC Ills fund of patiencp seemed to be inexhaustible He styt through the longest und dreariest tre batCs without betraying by any out ward symptom that he was bored Alert ind wakeful especially wheT he seemed to be asleep he was ready rtt any moment to take advantage of itt sitiiation or of an Individual Nothing escaped him which did not require research for its recognition and though In those days his speeches were often Inordinately long Jl1ls Hashes of epl gniuiinatlcwlt enlivened them Evjilrnceii oif IIches Isnt her disjjjay of diamonds mag nificent glt Is undoniably lavish replied Miss Cayenne ami In so much better taste than it would 1ft ito ornament herself with real uionpyand government bonds Washington Star Getting Stingy CoostnnC1o Why so lachrymose Ocr trude Is there auy perceptible diminu Hon of his love UrtrtideNo but of late be evinces a disinclination to talk utyut hlsmpn eyToWn Topics lila Old Master He showing his country cousin a por itrait in his art galleryWhat dp you WInk of my old master Slie rieusant face the old gentleman line How long dill ypustudy with hm IIylcnlly Not PlnnnclnlIy SheI thought routald your fattier was bg contruHor tieSc he is lie Weighs 323 pounds Chelsea Gazette Sale of School Property r rThe school house lot situated on East Main Streetm the town bf SpringHelU ani which has formerly been used by the public school will be offered at public sale to the highest bidder on SATURDAY APRIL 2d The lot is 120 feet f ion t by 280 feet deep and contains good houseand cistern TERMS On half cash and the balance payable in one and two years with notes bearing 6 percent interest BOARD OP TRUSTEES Springfield Graded SchQol District v iii run- FREE OllfORf LIM RECLINING CHAIR CAR tON TIlE POPULAR 4IHENiJERSON ROUTE 1Ir BETWEEN vitiy- LoursviLiiE r f EVANSVILLE i ST LOUISA 1 THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST As we are the orignators of Free Reclining Chair Car Seryice be7 ween Louisville and St Lou iiI rDont you think it wquld pay you you in traveling to Get the Henderson Route Habit It will us ASK US ABOUT IT L J IRWIN GEO IJGARRETT1 Gen P Agent Fp A LOUIQVILLB KY tle Agents for Old Hickory and Studetiaker JJt 5 0 ns t 11l1J al- tFRMSIJPFL1ES j MfCUIRE SWELLS j j tI j lJIr f DEALERS X Ni i I i Buggies Implementsi Grain t andFie1d Seods fim t HWe handle Carts ofall grades to kiit ythe purchaser Ageiitsfoi cuse HillsidoPJoy i Call and examine our extensIve line nf rtnrnocc ri Work Gear Buggy Robes and Horse Bhmktetp i SEED OATS c as1 Paidfor HIDES ann FURS c 1 1 FOLLdWTHE FLAG AhwdNiA tf AN- D9RTH1 WET The Wabashl Railroad arid its coqnectloris offer very low rats to Colonist and Home Seek ers froni March 1 ta1pril3 Also very low round trip rate tot S Franciscor AND Los Angeles On Accounf of Gcnef al Conference Methodist Episcopal Church Tickets on sale A pril 22 to May 30 For further part ulata call on address F it GREiFDis Pass AgttJ Wabash R R room 303 Urban BtdgILouis ville Ky 4 BLAe PRIN GEl Jo7 ThisXmu Uijicic Jactc will make the season jpf 190 at my placeS 3l miles from Springfield on I lojmfleld pike at r SB To IInjure Mare in Foal Black Priijce is five years old 15 9031oltsJennets served before June 1st V Sj E SHELBY R F D No Springfield Kj Daily TiiirM Sleeps ToCaillonila Iron Moijntain Koute operates Pullman Tourist Sltepers St Luis to Galiftrnia leaving 830 At M ditflytia Lttle Rock Texar Ft Worth and El Ideal Route to anPtDal1a schedule heap in effect daily during March and April 1904 tc California and the North wet Pul1rnan Tourist sleepers via Missouri PacificJ r a1 eslLouis every Thursday Oa Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays ard Fridaysr GSp p m going Ha Pueblo D R G System tlirourli the Glenwood Spings Shit ralccCityto Ogden etc1 HpmeseQ ers and Colon istj rates to various points rtUe West arid Kdutlnvest every first and third Tuesdays each month For waifolcer descriptive lit er aturerMtes etc consult near estticket7igenr o4 address R TIG Md thews T P A Room 301 ilfortqn Bid g lousville Ky I JtsProof- of f high cul ture to say the greatest matters in the simplest way ITS FEHRJS MALT TONIC S CJ BROWN LEGHORNS Pure bred chickens high class health g birds EGGS S111FOR 115 Miss SUE A DUNCAN Spiingfiod Ky Headquarters for SPRINHFIELDKY Phone No 20tf B4II1HOII cnnlae wiiieat this c We sell Coal in Any Quantity ij from a BushelltQ 1 aCprload t f 1 i Buggies Surrey theVSyr llmo rates from Torn ado iSG Hmos l h1Uiyer Wii1IetP1o S k jJ I FOR CHILDREN Ij Makes teething easy regulates t the bowels and stomach stops = iiigill says Our baby was wasting away rwhile teethlnir His bowels seemed A beyond control Three physicians = II3sa25canl botilci 1 IitoneybsckifccfsathbdcyIi I For sale by C J Haydon Pharmacist Sare OpppHunitieis iFOlx Capitalists Investors Homeseekers along the lines of the IRONii and MOUNTA N 0J ROUTE tr Great Southwest System Q Direct lines to x Missouri Kansas Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana and Texas Through Pullman Sleeping and Free Reclining Chair ears e r Hflmeseekers Ejrtrorsioas first and bird TaeKfays of each aaoatk Descriptive literamreiriaps folders etc on application t H vGonlC TOWNSEND l WS ctt I St LOUIS LOUISVILLE ItI thththBBiti1- lSevftn fcaiiri YSs m for 1333O mSEASON OFI9O4 m mw1 i r t1 Seven of Noryio Ws colts have sold recently Mr JA 3850 arid thrieej othsrs onp suckling andtwo yyezjiv r tVImu m r LLERT JfJ t1 Out 9f1hQ dam of Nrrvin V1andNorvantline Son ofr Allcrto undOnvar25AllertpngreaL sire of trottcrsin tile orld2o TO INSOItE tI 77VVBI7N is rl Out of tlc darn of Aileeri S07i worlds rjpcdrd Sprit VoflGaiubea Wilkes 21tiI JJrig d 2I t Gam ci betta Wilkes tllO WI II 410 sire and 230 S ire of 1502 and1 3 SID TO INURE C 41CHSTBF P=REjRtSon of Chtste Dare Old Lroniwill 73 and Cabeiris J Lexingtont ho nJonrnfiof anti beet wethsaddfe ll tAlIionlD I ii cctheword 5iOINT3RE I 1 C T B PLS EXrN Q 6Nrl dispot3tkisshippod ngland j j tm 1 5OY7LBOY m Son of Nirvin V and X4utuui mci iiii PNj This Colt wiUavhstyl F finish andRspeealsold two I fejs coils out of h dam j fori2S00 51 1 m PNA LAJ GE BLACK JAOIC10 TO INSURE it pgJNmpw trotting ar efaI1lIlc V are Jl y fsgleitmIt cortai4y very r and IrhoI the reach of ft1Il and you can nIche no mistake to breed to ary one of then AILmy stallions did a gdpd business tliepnst se isoff and Ihope they will do better this season and vifh the ossistaniofof my friends tbeyIwill Your patronage earnestly 1iCI di For iftill eclipLionsJOHN B WATHEN jr Lon Ditahco Telephone S3 Lebanon IC Y a SB BB11 t irJt I EARJMIBURTONJ IDENTDENTIST t JEETH EXTRACTED ViTHOUT PAIN i Oman Hagan Block up stairs LI J SPEINGFlELKY 4 All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass cfFL J H LAMPTON p OFFICE t In Opera House t- V DRSJS J SMOCK t t SPltltiGFIELD KY fO13FIOEDzRineharts for mer offices over Peoples Deposit Bank itOffice hours 12 to 2 p mi 1 W F GR1GSBY iATTORNEYAT LAW 1Jf I Office over Peoples Banks SPRINGFIELD KY I Aiw HYATT MD SPRINGFIELD KY Qfllce in Peoples Bank uild g4Telephones t Residence 93 f 0ffice 9 CJOUN Y MAYES 7 T fUNERAL OIRfClOR AND EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRW1ELD KYt Have You Hauling TDDii If sotall up JL ALLEN at the Depot IREIGHTT AND TRUNKS i Hauled Furniture Moved andapy thing in the hauling line done Jcarefully and at t reasonable rates PHONE 22 t Commissioners Sale I MMarthaSfliderkuardiafl of Ophia Terrell PlfiElt vs1I Eqty pphia Terrell Deft By vlrtuiBvOf a Judgment and order of sale of tthe Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term Ic thereof 19l4 in the aboye cause shall i proceed to offer for sale at the Courtr Houaedobr ip Springfield Ky on MONDAY MARCH 28 1904 At 2 oclock pm orthereabour to the highest bidder at public auction upon accredit of siic months the following described property towit For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties mual execute bond bearing legal interest from date J 1I Sof sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms MG LEACHMAN M C W C ifiugeGrass Nurseries SPRING 1904 TREES bV the million Frui jiJd Ornamental Sbubs Grape vinos Aparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for O chard Lawn and Garden No Agents Strawberry and Gen r ICata19ue on application to r H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky r 100 Reward lICO Tha readers of this paper will be pleased to llearn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sciencp has been able to cure in all its fitages and wthat iis Catarrh Halls Catarrh C are itheon1y positive cure nov k own to the mgdical fraternity Catrrh be Vlag a constitutional disease requires constitutional treatment HaWs Ca tarrb Cure is taken internally acting directly jUpoh the blood and mucous V surfaces ofthe system thereby de- straying the fouadationof the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the cpnstitutiou and as sisting nature in doing its work he- projfiletors nave somuoo faith in its dzratiyc powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimo nialKLdrossr F JOHENEY It iqfTol do Ohio Sojdjbjr bi ugcistF 75c Lt1 HaWs I amity Pills for consti ationr V One iiimita Cough Cure rtr OiMflti CoM awl Croup iiTjV 11 ToWN VVVr IOO iWWliiVWiroOO iThet i VII AltAboutYourselfJ Friends IIandAcquaintances Good morning Have you been vacina dIEaster goods of all kimls at- C W Hagans Tfce Springfield Graded School will open again Monday f Flower Pots and Milk Crocks price 5to IJvc P J Tlwmas FOR SALE One nice sow and 5 shoats Wliv Robertson Nulsains HeavySox lOc pa prThomas Mens Grossback Suspender cheap at 25c only 18c at P IThomas V Straw and Maylay Hats for men women and children at P1 J Thomas 20000 rOllVWa11 Paper from the lowest to the finest at Rbb ertsOn Bross Best sewingL maehine on the market for sale by Lei lman the turnituremanV atJ3c will close out this stock at 3j PJ Thomas Next Sunday will beth regu lar communion service atthePresbyterian church See Lum Abc 11 before bey ing your suits ad fancy vests He represents Wanamaker Brown More money than goods so why not take your produce to C W Hagan and get the cashV Dont forget that C W Hagan has a nice lot of nice little country hams fOr Easter Nothing beats onesV For hpiise cleaning scrubbing etc use Pearln Ammonia Washing Fluid Nothin equals it Frs le everywhere 3t My stock of groceries is com plete and prices tllways right Call phone 08 it cost you noth ing free delivery C W Hagan Dont pay an agQnt 00 for a sewingi machine when you can buy one of Lea hmari the Fur niturelitttn for half ihemoney aoj to Leachman theFurni improvedWheer chine The oldest and best in the market LOST OR STAYED4FF0m my place in Springfield dark poin4 ted milk cow de rnedRe ward for her recovery CA Tliompson P teron Allen the Goal dealers are expecting a car of Jellico block coal which will be offered at prices to make itgo Get your order in early 1ri Curtains see our stock the lar gest in Central Kentucky no trouble to show At Robertson Bros Why do without a home paper NEWS1LEor Louisville Post for only 350 VVCheap Robertson Bros Are showing this season t the most complete line of Boys and Childrens Suits ever shown in this market Give them a call and be civinc t j edThe onItructedas pest houses in the Qvent of any more cases of smallpox They are situated out on the Jimlown Road P iiittle Sarah Wells daughter of T DWell had a very narrow escape this week WhUe playing in the robin she fell in the fire seriously burning herselfTbe doctpr dcessed the burns and little Sarah is getting along nicely iessrs HV Hamilton and Clem Johnston of LebanOti bad a very narrow escape from drowning enroute homo from het after the hard rain Beg daJrthey had not noticed that the brid e had washed away ad- droie over tbe embankment the I current of the stream carried the horse and buggy a considerable distanse IOPICSI3 Jj Messrs Graham Brown the wen of Card wellth scotntyhaVc bought of TW Kelley a fine jack for lj250 which they wilf use this season at then stables where they also nave their fine horse Cammack tojjj Thel street aleof live stock be conducted by Colonel RE j Wayne the auctioneer willi probably take pTa6o at Willis bUrgVnext Saturday A large list of live stock has already been iriade up and a good sale is dnticipated eIkIn the article in last issue giving figures from the f VCuuntyassesSrnent graphical error It was made tto appear tbifat the increase on the1 assessed value of land over that pf the previous vearnvas 588181 when it should have b eenb89181 Buy tllje High Art Clothing the best leady to ear Mens Suits in the world The prices 10 12 15 and 20 They are 5 made as well as tailormade suits and they cost you so much less and tis no trouble to get a fit A guarantee with with every suit Sold by Robertson Bros A change wil go ino elteet April 1st in the schedule of the mall route between nero and Willisburg The carrier will leave Sprrgfield for Willisburg at nm instoarf of 1 prnand returning will arrive hire at 6 p m The change is made so as to make better connection withs the Rural Free Delivery route ofa Yillisburg In publishing the list of subscribers j to the St Catherine building site fund an errow wast made in making it appear that the Springfield Water Electric Light Co bad subscribed 100 when it should have read the Springfield Lumber Co of which Ma JF Pettus is manager The latter gave 100 instead of lhefirst named corporation The subscriptioi orH B VVyteKs1 for1O wasals9 inadvertentlyh omitted frem the published listt The wind stprin of last Friday night did considerable damage in and about town The bfick end of tlevropf pjf the GeorgeVD Rob t ertson store building was lifted about twelve inches out of place 4V chimney on St Dominies j churchF1S blown down making a hole in the roof through which the rain poured greatly damag ing some Vestments and furnii i ture in the church A tobacco barn ofMr John D Burns was blown dpwn and a barn on the- ofarm of Mrs Sail ie Grumes was moved from its foundation Quite a number of treesand fences in and about town suiter el from the effects of the liard blo Rev S J Cannon preached his farewell sermOn as pastor of t the Springfield Baptist church t pn last Sunday and ho and his wife leave this week for Louis yille wliero they will be for te present In our article last week Rev Cannonsconcerning resignation we jerronQously quoted the pastor as asigning among other reasons the lack of finari i cial support from the church + hs was an injustice to the members and we gTadly make the correctionrIe pastors salary and other expenso of the church have been promptly and fully paid andas Rei Cannon announced the church had com plied witi its contract with him fully He gives as his reason for resigning a lack Of yspiritualt response onjhe part of the bmeni ers Death of Mrs Petcrs y VAfterl of pneumonia Mrs John B Peters died joa last Thursday at her home near Mackville The funeral took placesat that place on SaturdayVMary Etta Peters wife of John B Peters daughter of Tames and Parlee Tsham was born October the 13th 1866 and departed this life March 25th 1904 The funeral services were held in the Mack vide church where twenty years before when just in the bloom of her young womanhood she bad given her self to service of the divine Master Three years llater she was united in marriage Jto John kB P ter s The wisdom of this f ttcwnsp E ei quc ticrcd Tl eir = J Trials of Today lLooking facts IN TIlE FACE is the way the J ItWISE ones act Those who look another wayI itat the trials of today but add tp the sufferings of tomorrow If your eyes are weak if film comes 1overthem or they ache or burn or bother you arly way dont delay ljin come and ask for Free Examination We tell you what you Ought to doyou may do it if you like rrC F RUSSELL Main St Springfield IC- yHKVILHORD DELNTIsr-OFFICE RlHEHAKT BtiDUltt- Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY devotou to each other was eautiful expression of love Four children came to bless the unioni and sanctifythe home one remained tora brief vist and then wenta ay to be with Qesus The other morning at one oclock mother and son were reunited Our hearts are exceedingly sorrowful and go out in sympathy to the husband the mother less children the aged mother brothers kindred and friends THe sermon preached by Bro Oflfriendpropriata for the occasion The Resurrection the hope of the Christian World a panoramic vision of future blessedness was vividly brought before us Con ol tion was offered to all After few remarks by Bro Hobbs the congregation was dismissed Thence to the cemetery where the remains were laid to rest to await the sounding of the last trump Farewell till then JWC SMAUPOX SITUAIJON 0Iti is Well Under Control andNo Cause For AlarmV J =So many wild and false rumors ave been piit into circulation throughout the county in regard tO the smallpox situation all of which are more or less Calcula ted to cause unnecessary ularmf hLt the NEWSLEADER in this article will give all of the facts and will picture the situation just as it is concealing nothing The true condition of affairs when it is known is not suchV as should cause any alarm espec iallyin view of the fact that strict precautionary measures ore bing enforced to protect the town agiiinst any further spread the diseaseVThe cases whichJiave developed in town and which are strictly is fated are as follows Mr Joe Frisby a boarder and three of the girl waitresses at the Walton Hotel Mr Frisby has practically recovered and the the other patients are getting along nicelyVMr Theo Campbell has a veiy nilE eaSeV He is sick at the hOrne of his father F M Campbell and none of the lhousehold are allowed to leave the place Lafe Wells has about recover ed fromoa mild attack He is isolated at his home on East Main street Thomas Hardcsty broke out with a mild case last Sunday He xis at home and only his wife has had any communication with him Will Greene iis recoveringirpin a mild attack and is cpntinedait the home of his later lrJ F GI nerlhe entire family has boon kept at home N0 indica tion of any furtTieV spread front this cise All of these cases are thought to be traceable to the hotel the first case having developed iin ne of the girl employes at that place Mr Frisby asa boarder as was Mr Campbell who livljd there with hjs family Messrs Hald sty Wells are proprietol of the hotel barber shopV V Dr McCormack Secretary of the StateBoard of Health came in on the noon train Tuesday and after cqrifering with the lo cal Board Jpf Health and the local physicians and IInfter visiting all of the cases called a meeting of citizens at the courthouse A large crowd quickly assembled and Dr McCormack made a few remarks defining the ituationiand stating just what action the health officers purpose r =ftJj I c 1 iIf TFLB BIG PORE u F4iJ 442dIs showing and extensive line of SPRING AND StfjiWIpr NOVELTIES Never wa there a timevhenvo l CQucl f t such a high class assortment of Goods as iis now being spJyif I by us and and M I2 1 t + t t e THEPRlCES MRE YEIRYiEJVtPTll Tw Ajfrtttttiiar k We handle only firstclass and dependable Merchandise afnd it costs v yoiym peop1eiafWashingtonyears experience we have found that they want Good Gppds for is small iW S as possible and we know we can satisfy their wants this Season r0 V 2L WE HRB NOM SHOiA ir4 Xu VCorrectzsjJEShirts Necltwear etc QUI stock of Ladies Wear is complete Y rydopH nQUlt house is fille with the best things W solicity6u iinspctioif u = 1 I s ROBERTSON BROS = to take In the first place Dr Mc Cormack set at rest all doubts by pronouncing the cases to be smallpox in a mild form but he thought that tie situation need call fprno alarm provided the people will mud the health offi cers and Ply the order to vqc cinJo Dr McCormack Stiid that it has been clearly demon strated that vaccination is an ab solute protection against small pox He put the matter plainly to the people and it is this If the people of Springfield will consent to a thorough vaccina tion and if he local Board of Health is able to report within ten days that all have been vac cinated no further action will betaken by time State Board If however the people or any of them refuse to submit to vaccP nation tle Board will declare quarantine against the town aI then Vaccinate by force of law A quarantine would mean the stopping of trains and nothing would be allowed to go inor out of the town except telephone messages and birds It is to be hoped no trouble will be encoun ed by the local health officers in enforcing the yaccination order and many have already complied and have been vaccinated FEReUNAt 1 K Wall was in Lebanon the fir rof the week Drs Wood and South are in Frankfort this ffeek jVliss Willie Knott is visiting friends in Louisville this week Dame Rum r reports two wedding soon NO names just yet Goddard Grundy is improving slowly after ajspelli of pneumonia Dr R Wiliiamsjcf Beechland with in town the fiitat of the week Mr and Wrp Lpyd Turner of Bardstown w4re jdtown Monday Miss Mary ILea aimm has returned from aj Uip to Louisville r M Hjjonc has returneiLl IM a busiress rip tto Bloom 1fMr and Mrs JjL Alien were in Ehxabethic wn time nrst of the week t I ii Mr lI M ifoIwas in Louis yule on business the firstof the week IiMiss Lydia Mcelroy was iii the Litseyi nelghbcrhood Monday on tuslres H J Mv Pborof Coin ton is visiting his sister Mrs WK Robertson Hon WD dl aylrooke has returned fron ia Business trip to Louisville Mrs J H Lampiou entertained the Walnut Street rimch Club Tuesday IMr and Mrs Cuzid Cleavor of t ebancn wet in town for a few days last week i Robert Blind ald sister of hJ Lebanon made a flying trip to Springrield Saturday Miss Lucilb Van Natta of Shelbyville is visiting her cousin Miss Margaret Jones c Mr Herman Mudd yrlipJs with Jno C Levriis Lbujsyille is at home for a few days vacation Mr Rj McElrpy pf Lebanon has returned home after a visit to his sister MrstB Thurman Mrs James Durrettpf f Bloom field will be up Friday to spend a few days wiih her daughter Mrs Hyatt Messrs DiWells and J R Barber were in Bardstown Tuesday to attendtlift1 funeral of Mrs P W Wells Mr B J Bakeij of Shelby yule who was called home on the account of serious ill ness of his mother hab rct limned Miss Rebecca MdElroy who has been visiting her sister Mrs 1 Hi Thurman has returned to her home in Lebanon Miss Mary NTcbabe who his been attending schooUn Louis villa Sat hpme suffering with inflamatory rheumatism VMiSs fW Lewis who b dre ceqtl returned home was called to Lebanon Saturday by the serious iiinsss ofher mother Mr id Mrs Turpin of Ameri cus Ga have retiirrjed home after a Weeks visit with their daughter Mrs Ray Wakefield Thos L Qrundy and family of Bloomfield and John B Orund y o5 Bardstown visited Goddard Grundyj of Valley Hill llatt week Miss Ella Cox of Louisville who passed through here to spend a few days with her mother at Mackvillo has returned Misses Lucille McClaskey and Nannie Houston bf Bloomfield have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs T DtWells Rev and Mrs jrJ W Carter of EarJmuton iave been guests at thebmef J S Yaukey this weeks They were called herm by the death of Mrs John B Peters Mr JI S Yaukey and family will leave nevt week for Lexng ton to be present en April Jllh atthe celebration of the sixtipth anniversary of the marriage ot MryYanheyS father and mother Mrv and Mrs Andrew G Yan key Mr Yankey is 82 years old and his wife is 78 and are Qavenbig reunion is anticipated The Clinch parity given by Mis T Dudley Wells and Mrs M W Hyain honor of Misses Luciler McClaskey and Nannie Huston was a most delightful affair AH the young ladies and gentlemen were dresed in even ing costumes and enjoyed themselves irhmensJy Misses Sa liB Mayes and Jennie Olaybrooke assisted their hostesses in entertaining in the meat chafnhigj J l mBd tl Missar4qi II w 4 m Has on displayl at WiI1isbuipttIff wand interesting Jil1e of rt- S LP 4 at 9i EKSTER Cd 3c r t7 tYJ I ReadycsIthe Misses and Children The latest sfyl Spring and Sumner Goods Call and see before + i selecting elsewhere tJ a E 33 I JOHNS McELROHH fcifTGENERALY 4 f44 Life Fire ana TQ naaferSgdj 5SI OFFrCE QVER PECXPLEB BANK v it During rnyabsencefromofficeft1iiy- or j V t George Neikirk will tt ntftgj ss for me J4V f JIm1 4 aEEEE aBBE a The Big Honey MakerrfOI HogRffi ers m Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for mpr ttlan jI years has stood the severest tests and in all cantfe depended uponI m DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HQ STHJ1plf fij 11 JlJ were pal due qij and call Wlen medi1r pJJ if E yenthp partitulzr lnsura 1 rpro hook a mtbook i 7 anda copy of ay had at ou for the askinguJ 14J 25 ntcan 5i25O half cans so 250il25tiln i9Il I a i20thCentury Poultry Food tIIThe greatest egg producer rthe market eepsnls W healthy prevents cholera rpupland aaltrmBer pidtoy diseases J t ASK3r JHMI Lri m e 25 Ib baA35Ot2Se pctvpackage la 1a T r r t tntmrffl Dr oS Haas LiYeSto kiRcmfiMiiy alyr For Horus Cttl 81i Et j i 12i As its name implies this a REMEDY Kot1 r1 1r ftliUft equalled for correcting the commoadisOrdersJnhQr8ecjtIejitId J sheepas well as many of the moreaerioua complaints 4spiutJ W conditioner and growth promoter and a sure preeulj jJqm iVItdisease 9 ti C1OO60AND 2OePEH PACKAGE FOR SALE BV lV l tJoJ MCCLUREVWELS t CALL FOR CIRCULARSSPR1NGl1ED 11 2 IAI a4 PI La E manner The rooms erp beautifully 1 and tastefully artanged Delicious refreshments served after an interesting Tpund of games Mr L V 1ing was the most successful player InnIng every game t Ntttr JTaxpayets Taxes the town JSpVing field for the year 1904 iareMlnoV payable parties ovvihg same are nptinedip andiejtUe 0 VL PRICE Collector OJk0 CaA 1 1ntkV Dl1W8lgutvt Jt hUR i Full rtgatd ingthis ceptoP91i10if lIaas flogology 364- aluabie FREE t rY1HtWe store EE Notic tQCredif4 All person fia irtgclairr s against the ostatefofJohitiiiti burnqq dfwlll C5Ctt the same to meproperlrto l1 at the fficeothr 1 LnnqN 2- f1o Neikirkint1moawni itSruigI i tt- l I 19 nJor r J flt fayIAril1904 t tIi arHC1 Vij ZiAdmrtMnbUJn =I itI mFS rc t 4 4 s lll1lu1feleyonpnl ths old JL1thb pitgroe nndi Jtlptl itldjviJhraJ Ptn rreJinic ftft- Hl II4 SS ++ ti + + t4t++ 11111111 t t 111I III +4 + 11I1 + 1 GentlemanGhe f From Jndana ii t By BOOTH TARKISfGTOJf i l rTfftllt I9 IT 3ldj I4D MCClUrE COo Cpyr4t 1902 by McClitr Tbitltpj t2L Co t1 t t I I t 111 tIS I t t tIt t t t t Itto + S S S I I S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SS 111The MB WM swinging lower ana I the tifM ef the world were embroider tt wKk VMt while that deep volume tMektbeaIrtheongoraI ten fcarate jtcusung perhaps M MM SC the aBCjstors of these men r MM y wkh Haapdem before the brls tile wrnlfe et a eetlle city It had Lrs M Meel1la It Tbemen lying on tMr fWMf J the ambuscade along jtbe IndgrowJto MB Mighty fmllBeas and they shiver 41OM of them posted nearest tb MTHKC had Ids rife carefully leveled at Life Wlltette a fair target In the road Wfce he beard the singing he turocd to the man next behind him 4 ad kpgbed barshlYI reckon well J 7 Me a big jamboree other side Jordan tJa1tk 1 The huge marsjur of the chorus ex yaadei aad gathered in rhythmic treafth aa4 swelled to power and slIM mad thundered across the plain JMM Brawas body lies amolderlns In Cbhereisd 10ofelMa Brawaa body IM amoldering In tiwffreuad Jha Bnwm a body lid amoldeiin in h JIM soul M Marching t e Otory glory halleluiah halleluiahJLMI Hut goes rchng onI 1 A fwi spat Ire from the higher giWMd asd Wllletts dropped where he ateW but was up again in a second with a red Use across his forehead where the ball had grazed his temple The a b spread out like a fan the beginningtthe a4raace through the fields thus ckMfac sa the ambuscade from both Idea Mr Watts wading through the hjffcflrasfl IBi the field north of the read perceived the barrel of a gun l distancelsecOndfdischarged a at the cl ef graaa and weeds behind the iiLiBfiaBtly ten or twelve men leafed fresa their hiding places along tile feacee ot both fields and firing1t hwrtedUy asd harmlessly into the sent terM tasks efthe oncoming mob If breke fer the shelter of the houses rhee their fellows were posted Tak v e ea the flasks and from the rear there WQ bit oae thing for them to tie te keep from being hemmed in and w fcfeet er cJK red They excessively pre t ferred being shot With a wild high t yeas yell sounding like the bay of yqpag hewidi breaking Into view ot their qsarry the Flattvllle men folr t Silewedi The Meet eastward of the debilitated dIces of 81x Crossroads was the sa ea It bore the painted legends on the west wall Last Chance on the east waD First Chance Next to tWfalr separated by two or three acres ef weedy vacancy from the qor Ben where the population centered 4 thickest stood if one may so predi 1 cate of a bglkUag which leanedJn sev I CB dbwcdeas the house of Mr Rob Ht IIdDett te proprietor ot the sn lees Beth buildings were shut up as tight as their state of repair permits ted AM they were farthest to the east they femed Ute nearest shelter and to then the Creearoadcrs bent their flight thevca they shopped not here but dls aaeared behlsd Skllletts shanty put Hg it Between them and their pur Men whose guns were beginning to peak The fugitives had a good start and hdBg the picked runners of the Crossroads they crossed the open I weedy acres In safety and made for their eeL Every house had become f xa fast and the defenders would have te be fought and torn out one by one As the guns sounded a woman in a altaaty Bear the forge began to scream aad kept ea screaming 4 Oa case the farmers and the men of Plattvllle They took the saloon at a at nattered down the crazy doors with a feace rail and swarmed Inside Hke basy lasects making the place haa like II hive but with the hotter iadastricrof destruction IJ was empty i elUte as a tomb but they beat and tore and battered and broke and ham Sinersd and shattered like madmen they reduced the tawdry interior to a mere chaes and came pouring forth laden with trophies of ruin and then there was a charry smell in the air and a leader feather of smoke floated up W freat a second story window At the same tUne Watts led an as aBlton theadjolnug house an assault which come to a sudden pause for froia cracks in the front wall a squirrel r rile anda shotgun snapped and banged aad the crowd fell back In dls i nrdsr Homer Tlbbs had a hat blown I L j My Breath Shortness of Breath Is Oa of the Com gmoneat5ignaofH art Disease XetvttluUaeuc What many physIc laxui say heart disease can be cured Dr Uttw Neir Heart Cure has per iTtr restored to health many it is4 whc had found no relief In the a Jiaes allopathic or homoeo yatbk Sf Tecvlar pracUcing physician It baa proved ItMlX vnlque In the his try St Md4etee by being so uniformly fMeeewriil curfaw those diseases Nearly always one of the first signs l W trmiMo fa abortaeaa of breath Wheth Sr It eeaaes M a result of walkIng or JSMitar tIP sialrs er of ether exercises K the heart fa unable to meet this extra 4MM i IWOB Its yumplnr powers there Iii CMMtiilmc WTOBS with it- t lM very best thing you can do is to e UJMi Dr Mile1 New Heart Cure It te the foundation of the trou ic bIs aa4 aaake a permanent euro by I tr cti Blir aad reiewln the nerves J 1 Jkaw that Dr Miles New Heart 7 Cpre to a great remedy For a number at y ars f s fftre4 from shortness of breath MMtMrtac In II Mde For uat rWel I wenMte naaMt te Me ea m7 left aide aM nearlykirMMes7 Mew MeaH Curt which I DrI Mil geM HMMa I began te Improve botUesIMM ether pI i vanished I am ew MUreiy well AU those dreadful a eriaguellsareathingofthe Stt 7 DRAxZ MWdletown 0 It the Nt VetHe oea aet help you wtt refund your Money rtte Je far Free Trial heka ef Or Mite Ami JJJIIIi tbe Ifew CeteatMlo Remedy A So anaptom Blank Oar wfll Baiiteee your cue tell howtorihtitDTONe u uiT 3D J I orr Citas run oi Ducesnot Loles wniib ur Wntts solicitously erumihcd a small v r ThcJj were coming aperture in the skirts Of his brown coat The house commanded the road and the rush of the mob Into the village was checked but only for the Instant A rickety woodshed which formed a portion of the SkiUett mansion closely joined the Last Chance side of the family place of business Scarcely had the guns of the defenders sounded when witha loud shout Lige Wllletts leaped froman up5er window on that side of the burning saloon and landed on the woodshed and immediately climbing the roof of the mansion Itself applied a brand to the dry time worn clapboards Ross Schofield dropped on the woodshed close behind him his arm lovingly infolding a gallon Jug of whisky which he emptied not without evident regret upon the clapboards as Age fired them Flames burst forth almost instantly and the smoke unit Ing with that now rollingout of every window of the saloon wept up to heav en In a cumbrous gray column As the flames began to spread there was a rapid fusillade from the rear of the house and a hundred men and more who had kept on through the fields tp fhe north assailed it from be hind Their shots passed clear through the flimsy partitions and there was a screaming like beasts howls from with In The front door was thrown open and a Wan fierce eyed girl with a case knife in her hand run Out In the Taco of the mob At sound of the shots In the rtarthiey had begun to advance on the house a second time and Hartley1 Bowlder was the nearest man to the girl With awful words and shrieking inconceivably she made straight at Hartley and attacked him with the knife She struck at him again and again and Jh her anguish of hate and fear she was so extraordinary a spectacle that she gained for her companions the seconds they ieedfI to escape fop the house As she hurled herself alone at the oncoming torrent they sped ftorn the door unnoticed sprang over the fence and reached the open lots to the west before they were seen by Wllletts from the roof t Dont let em fool you he shouted Look to your lleft There they D r nt let em get awaYI The Crossroaders wcrerunnins across the field They were nQ1 Sklllett anti vhls younger brother and Mr Sklllett was badly damaged He seemed to be holding his Jaw on his face with both hands Theglrl turned nnd pcd after them5 Shewas over the fence almost as soonns they were and the three ran In single tile the girl last She was l ther magnificently sacrificial and fearless or site cunningly calculated that the regulnto would take no chances of killing a woinanchild for she kept between their guiis and her two romp nlons trying takeover hind shield the latter with her ralrbody Shoot Lige called WattsUlt we fire from here well hit theglrl Shoot WHIetts and Ross SchoHfild were stili standing on the ropf at fiio edge out of the smoke and Ijoth fired at the rame time The fugitives dldiot turn they kept on running and they lint nearly readied tire other side of the field whdn suddenly without any nre monitory gesture ttie elder SkllMt dropped fiat On his face The Cros readers stood by each other that tIny for four or ftne men ran out of the nearest shanty Into the open lifted the prostrate figure from the ground and began to carry It back with them But Sklllett was nllve ills curses were heard above oil other sounds Llge end Schofleld fired again anti one of the rescuers staggered Nevertheless as the two men slid down from the roof the burdened Crossroaders wcre seen to break Into a run and dt that with another yell fiercer wilder more Joy ous than Ihe first the Plattvllle men followed The yell rang loudly In the ears of old Wilkerson who had remained bfick in tile rOd and at the same instant he heard another shout behind him He had not shared in the attack but greatly preoccupied with his own lila trlonlc affairs was proceeding atone up the pike except fQr the unhappy yellow mongrel still drugged along by the rope and alternating ns wait hlji natural wont from one fence W the other crouching pchlnd every bush to fire nn Imaginary rifle at the dog and trlumplumtbelJowlngs fled animal It was Hf tcr onO of these victories that a shout of warning was raised Behind hini and Mr Wllkerson by grace of the god Bacchus rolling out of the way Hi time to save his life saw a horse dash by him a big black horse wliosapollshed flanks were drip plug with lather Warren Smith was yehlowHe rode up the slope and drew rein beyond the burning buildings Just pursuitlie stirlrupshead tophe roared Give me one minute StopIlIe had a grand voice and he was known in many parts of the state for the great bass juriesTomen Smithloweredresult was like an earthquake playing fin organ In rafaromh w W stopiJ hiq thundered StopF In answer one of the flying Cross rOaders turned and sent a bullet whi thing dote to him The lawyer paused long enough to bow deeply in satiricaF response then flourishing the paper he roared again Stop A mistake I bate news Stop I sayf Horner has got them To make himself heard over that tempestuous advance Wasa teat for him moreover whose counsels had so lately been derided to interest the pur Buers at such a moment enough to make them listen to find the word was a greater and by the word and by gestures at oriee vehemently im perhaps and Imploring to stop them wasa still greatfer But he did It He had come at Just the moment before the moment that would hive been too late They nil heard him They all knew too that he was not trying to sore1 the Crpssroads as a matter of duty because he had given that up before the mob left Platt me Indeed It was a question if at the last be had not tacitly approved and no one feared Indictments for the days work It would do no harmio listen to whnthe had to eay The work could wait It would IIkcepI for JIve minutes They began to gather around him excited flashed perspiring and ginelllug of smoke Hartley Bowlder woo1y LIges desperation and Intrepidity was helping the latter tie up his head No one else was hurt IIWluitls itr they clamored Impa tiently Speak quick There was another harmless shot from a fugitive and then the Crossronders divining that the diversion was in tlielr favor secured themselves In their decrepit fastnesses qnd held their fire Mean while the flames crackled cheerfully InPIattville ears No matter what the prosecutor had to say at least the Skll lett saloon and homestead were gone and Bob Skillett and one other would be slclcenough tQ begopd for awhile Listen cried Warren Smith and rising in his stirrups again read the Sire made straight at Hartley missive In his hand a Western Union telegraph form Warren Smith Platt vile was the direction Pound both shell men Police familiar with Jioth and both wanted here One arrestd at noh In secondhand clothes store wearing Ilarkless hat also Jrylng to dispose torn full dress coat known to have been worn by Harkl slast night Stains on lining believed blood Second man found ater pt freight yards In empty riftnber car left Plattvllle p m badly hurt shot and bruised Supposed Hark less made hard fight Hurt man taken to Hospital unconscious Will die Other man refuses to talk so far Check any movement Crossroads This clears Skll lett etc Come over on 915 accommoda tion The telegram was signed by Horner the sheriff Hut by Barrett the Sillier Intendentof police at IlouLn Its all a mistake boys the lawyer said as he handed the paper to Wntta and Parker for inspection The ladles at the judges were mistaken thats all and this proves It its easy enough to understand They worje frightened by the storm and watching a fence a quarter of a nrllei away by flashes of lightning nnyone would have been confused and Imagined all the horrors on earth I dont deny but what 1 tie lievcd It for awhile and I dont deny buSt the Crossroads is pretty tough but youve done a good dvulhere already today and were sad In time from a mistake that would have turned out mighty bad This settles It Hornet got a wire to go soon as they got track of flip first man That was when we saw him on the Rouen accommodation A slightly crocked voice yet a huskily tuneful one was lifted qnaveringly On the air from the roadside wjufro an old man and a yellow dog sat In the dust together the latter reprieved at the last moment Jils surprised head rakishly garnished with a hasty wreath of dog fennel daisies John Drowns body lies ampldcrlng In the ground While we go marching on Threequarters of an hour later the inhabitants of the Crossroads saved they kne y not how guilty knowing nothing of tbe fantastic pendulum of opinion which swung by the evouts of tire tW had marked the fatal moment of guirt now on others noV on them who drtierved It these natives and refugees Nxmscious of atrocity dum- founded byti inlnide thinking the world gone nmd hovered together In a hark ragged inass at the crossing corners while the skeleton of the rot tioff butfsrvin thcslouh rose bohlnrt t Women as WellNas Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dh iourtges and lessens ambition beauty vlgor l cheerfulness soon f L1 ppearwhenthekldIor diseased Kidney trouble has I become so prevalent that It is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid t r neys litLe thlld win sales too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with ofthestep should be towards the treatment of these Important organs Thls unpleasant thekidneysinost peoplesupposeI Women as well AS men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It is sold IIJCentfree also pamphlet tell of SwampRoot Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer 8t Go Binghamton N Ybo sure and mention this paper rT t ineui against the face or the west They peered with stupefied eyes through the smoky twilight From afar faintly through the gloaming came mournfully to their ears the many voiced refrain fainter fainter John Browns body lies amoldering in the ground John Browns body lies amoldering hi the ground John Browns body lies mold t we so march on CHAPTER X T the city hospital In Rouen AI that night a stout young man Introduced himself to Bar rett superintendent otpo lice Warren Smith and Hprner sheriff of Carlow He spoke In a low voice My name iIs Meredith he said Mr Harkless was an old and and He paused for a moment The Plattvllle men nodded solemnly An old and dear friend of mine he went on with some difficulty and Warren Smith took him silently by the baud You pin comein antI see this man the Teller with us if you like Jklr Mer edith said the superintendent Your friend made It very hot for him before the two of em got away with him Hes so shot and hacked up his mother wouldnt know him If she wanted tov At leafct thats what they say out here We havent seen him Hes called Jer- rY the Teller and one of my sergeants found him in the freight yard Knew it was the Teller because he was stowed away in one of the empty ears that came from Plattvllle last night And Slattery thats his running mate the one we caught with the coat and hat owned up that they beat their way on that freight Looks like Slatterylett- he Teller do alt the fighting He aint scratched Weve been at Slattery pretty hard but he wont open his head and we hope to get something out of this one Hes delirious but they say hell come to before be dies Do you want to go in with ust tYes said Meredith simply and a young surgeon presently appeared and led them down a wide corridor and up a narrow hall and they entered a small quiet ward There was a pungent smell of chemicals In the room The light was low and the dimness was imbued with a thick confused murmur Incoherent whisperings that came from a cot In the corner It was the only cot In use in the ward and Meredith was conscious of a terror that made him dread to look at It to go near It Beside It a nurse sat silent and upon it feebly tossed the racked body of him whom Barrett had called Jerry the Teller The head was a shapeless bundle so swathed it was with bandages and cloths and whaUpart of the face was visible was discolored and pigmented with drugs Stretched under the white sheet the man looked Immensely tall as Horner saw wlthvague mlsglvlngT and he lay in an odd inhuman lash ion as though he had been all broken to pieces Ills attempts to move were constantly soothed by the nurse and he as constantly continued such attempts and one hand though torn and bandaged was not to be restrained from a wandering restless movement that Meredith felt to be pathetic tHe had entered the room with a flare of hate for the thug whom he had come t6see die and who had struck down the oid friend whose nearness he had never known until It was too late But at first sight of tIm broken flgurti be felt all animosity tall away from him Only awe remained and a growing traitorous pity as he watched the Jong white fingers of the Teller pick at thee rler The man was muttering rapid fragments of words and sylla bles wrongiGaygeon whom he know I feel as if I had done the fellow to death myself as If It were all out of gear I know now hotv Henry felt over the great julsard How tall he looks That doesnt seem to me like a thugs hand1 The surgeon nodded Of course If theres a mistake to be made youcan count on Barrett and his sergeants to make It I doubt If this is their man When they found him what clothes he wore were torn and stained but they had been good once especially the linen Barrett bent over the recumbent fig tire See here Jerry he said I want to talk to you a little Rouse up will you I want to talk to you as ft friend The Incoherent muttering continued See here Jerry repeated Barret more sharply Jerryl Rouse upr will you We dont want any fooling un derstand thatl Jerry Hedropped his hand on the mans shoulder and shook him slightlyIThe Teller uttered a short gasping try Let me said Gay and swiftly In terposed Bending overthe cot hq said In a pleasant voice Its all rightold nina Its all right Slattery wants to know what you did with that nina down at Plattvllle when you1got through with him Ho canfremeniber and he thinks there was money left on him 81attery8 head was hurt lit fcant remember Hell go shares with you when he gets It Slattcrys going to stand by you If he can get the money The Teller only tried tojjnove his free hand to the shoulder JJafrctt had slink eu Slattery wants to know repeated the young Burgeon gently moving the hand back upon the sheet Hell dlvjfcy up when he gets It Hell stand by your old man Would you please not mind whis pered the Teller faintly would you please riotmind If you took care not to brush against my shoulder again The surgeon drew hack with nn ex clamation but the Tellers whisper gathered strength and they heard him riiuruiurlng oddly to himself Mere dith moved forward with a startled gesture Whats that he said Seems to be trying to sing or soine thlng said Barr tt bending over to listen The Teller swung his arm heavily over the sldeofjthc cot the fingers soy er ceasing their painful twitching The surgeonNkjoned down and gently moved the clothe so that the white scarred lips were te They inoved steadily They seemedto be framing the semblance ot an old ballad that Meredith knew The whisper grew more distinct It became a rich but broken voice and they heard R singling like the soun l of some far halting minstrelsy Wave willow nArmurx wntersgolden sunbeams smite Earthly niusi cannot wakenlovely Annie Llale Meredith gave an exclamation The bandaged hand waved jauntily over the Tellers headIIAh men he said almost ciearly and tried toJlft himself on his nrmIIi tell you Its a grand eleven we have this year There will be little left of anything that stands against them Its our cham pionship Did xou see Jim Rqinlpy ride over his man this afternoon As the voice grew clearer the sheriff stepped forward bit Tom Meredith With a iQUd cry of ftrJef JJireVr him rselt on ms knees besIde the cot anti seized the wandering finger in his own John he cried Jojhn is It you1 The voice wont on rapIdly not heed lug him Ah you Well laugh away you IieednjtbowH hadnt been for this qnkle to be my chest thats hurtpn4Bidenot that It matters you know Tie sophb mores just as good or bietter Its fn ly my egotIsm YesIi utit be the side and chest and hemidall oval I believe Ill try again next y ar next year Ill make it a daily Helen sold not that I should call you HelnI- mean MisstIissFisbeenb Sher woodbut Ive always thought tI lenI was the prettiest nome n the World youll forgive me1ard please tell Parker theres no more opy iljrid wont beI wouldnt grind out another stick to save his ImuiortaWsue snld nh I never made n good trad no unless they cant come seven jmllesibut Ill finish you Sklllett first I know you I know nearly all ot you 2vow lets sing Annie Lisle He lifted his hand as if to bent tie time for a chorus IIOh John John cried Toni ilerc dlth and sobbed outright 3Iy boy my bOyold frlendlf The cry of the Maoshmte was like that ota mother for It was his old idol and hero who lay helpless and broken before him 5 Tw6 pairs of carr ge lamps sparkled In cront1ot the hospital In the earliest of the small hours jthesfc subjoined to two djeep hooded priaetbns frouij each of which quickly descended a gjentlc man with a beard an ahof cuiluence and 0 small ominous black boy and the air of enilnerie was JuStiflifd by the haste with which Meredith had sent for th m and by their wide re hate They arrive almost sluiulta- neousily and hastllf shook hands as they made their wajf to the ward down the long hall auduj the narrow corn dor They had a hot conversation with the surgeon and a word wilh the nurse then urnet itiie others out of the room by a practiced Innuendo off manner They stayed a long time in the room without openlilg the door Meredith went out the stopk and breathed the cool njght air A sender taint of drugs hung everywhere about the building and tle almost Impercep tible permeation sickened him ft was deadly he thought To him Jt wjis Im bued with n hideous portent of buffer- Ing The lights In the little word were turn l up arid they seemed In slime from a chamber of horrors while he waited asa brother might have waited outside time inquisition if lndeed a brother would have been allowed to wait outside the Inquisition Alas he hjd found John Harkless He had lost track of him asimeji some times do hwe track of their best be loved but lIttl1nd always been a com fort ito know that Harkless was somewhere a comfort without which he could hardly have got along Like oth ers jhe had teent waiting for Tohnto turnup m top of oursehe hid such ability ability fQr anything and people woujd alway3 care or him anti believe In him so that would be shoved aheqd no matter how much h0 hung back himself but Meredith bpd not expected hliii to turn up in Indiana Hf remembered now hearing a man who4iad spent thelday in Plattyille on business gpedk of him Theyv got a young fellow down there wholl be governor In a few yeiirsi lIes a ort of dictator Rubs fhe party all ovicr that partt of the state to suit his own sweet will Just by sheer personalltyt And therb Isnt n man in the district who wouldnt cheerfully lie down IIIi the mut4to lIn him pass over d1Itsthhtf yoiing Ilarkless you nowj Owns the Herald the paper tlfatidowned Me Cunp and pnash d those Imitation White iCapsj iti darjow eount1Me had been struck lbj the coincidence of the jname but he bnot drnEi ibd thai Jhe Carlow Harkiess was hls fricncl UntO Helens telpgram had ieiched hlnij that evening Ilj shlVcfetl Hlsnairie Avas spoken froii wHhln and ilorner camel 1out on the stop with tile two eminentq atr geons and the latjer favored him with I1t w word which he dill riot under staiid He did understand however what homer told him Somehow the looli of the sheriffs Sunday cot wrln kllrig forlornly from his broud bent shoUlders was both touAIng And soj cain He said simply lies cjmsclous and not out ot his head The tre gono In to git hits antemortcm statement And they repntcred the nflI Ilarkless vcyes were bandiigeXl The laWyer was speaking to him had as Horner werit awkwardly toward the lOt Warren said something jijdlcathe JVJom in it you f- of the sherfnTs presence and the hand oil the flhcct uiade u fonuless motion which Horner understood mind he took the pale frs In his own very gent ly awl til liset them back Smith turned towhhll Meredith but the latter made a gesture which forbade the at homey to speak to lilni and weut to a corner andtHat down with lila head In his hands A sleci t young man hull been brought fn and he opened n notebook and hoocn stylographlc p jn so that the Ink jn ght flow freely The law yer briefly and with unlegal agitation administered an oath and then there was Hlleijce Now Sir Harkless If you please said Bnrre insinuatingly It you feel like telling us as much as ucan About U He answered In a low rather indistinct toce very deliberately pausing before ilniost every word It was easy work for the sleepy steribgrapher I understand I dont what to go off my bend again before I finish If it were only for myself I should tell you nothing because If lam to leave I should like It better If no one were punlshe But thats a bad communi ty over there They are everlastingly worrying our people Theyve always been a bother to us ned its time It was stopped for gOod I dont believe very much In punishment lint YoU i e Z lrmlng witi the Crossroaders unless you catch theiU young before theyre weaned They wean thcrii on whisky you know I realize you neednt have sworn me f0r me to tell you this Horncr and Smith hind started at tle mention of the Crossroads but thcjy subdued their ejaculations while Mr Barrett looked as if he had known It of course The room was still save for the dim voice and the sort trapI scriblngs of the stylographlc pen 1 left Jude Brlpcoesand went wept on the pike to a bg tree It rain and I stopped under th0 tree for shel ter There Was a man on4lhe other side of the fence Bob Skillett He wag carrying hIss gown mid hood 1 suppose It was that on his aria ih n I saw two others a little farther esst In the middle Of the iroai I thiik they hall followed met froth the B g coes or near there They had tb Ir foolish regalia oil ns nIl the others had There was plenty of Hglitnihg Lv tL to sea Tl1e two In the ioad weres m ply standing there In the rnu booking at me through the ey holes in their masks I knew them were others plenty but I thought ithey were ct m1 Ing from behind inc tlicxWest III wanted to get hi9mtbe coi rt liCsliC long enough and It was Force John son I know him well Then I ran and they followed A little ahead of themsPi8daerosl fence to cut across the fields I lit In rnlnedJlemjUIt I fence arid they made a lltt e cfrcie aroundl me ont said anything 1 saw they had ropes and saplings and I didnt want that exactly so I vent In to them I got n good ninny riiasks off before It was over and I can s vear to quite a number besides those I told iyou He named the raen slowly and carefully Then he entonl think they javeupr the notion of whipping We ill got Into a bunch and they couldnt get clear tto shoot without hitting some of their own nnd there was a lot of gouging and kicking One fellow near ly got my left eye and I tried to teat him np rtnnd lie screamed ai gqod deal Once or twice I thought I might get away hut somebody hammered me over the head and ace again and I got dizzy Arid then they all jumped away frommesudcionhy and Bob Skillett stepped up andinml shot me1 He Waited for a flurry of lightning and I was slow tumbling down Some one else tired a shotgun 1 think I cant be sure about the same tinic from the slcli1 triedto gcrutvbut I couldnt arid then they Jot together tor fori suitAtfou The man that lmrt1 didut recognize him came and looked nt Sue He was nursing himself all over and- groaned1audI laughed I tfiluk At any rite niy arm was lying stretched out jn tlie grass aid he stamped hits heel Into uiy haudjand after hittlf that I quit feeling Im not quite clear about what hap pened aftenyardi They wcut away not far I think Theres an old shed a cattle shelter near there had I think tlrcfStorin drove them under Itfjo wait for a slack It seemed a lrfng lime SouietliUQs I was conscious sometimes t wsisnt I thought I might be drowned but I suppose the ruin was good for inc Then I remember being iu motion being digged and carried a long way They jrarrlcd me up a steep short slope and set me down near the top llkiiew that wits tire railroad em bniikmeut and I thought they meant to lay wen ross the track but It didnt occur tothetu they are not familiar with melodrama and a long time after that I ftlt and hearth a rat banging and rattling tinder me and all about me and It cnini to uie that they had disposed of rn by hoisting me into an empty freight cAr The odd partf It wits that tIle car wasnt empty for there were two men Already In it and I knew them by what they said to me They Avcrc tbe two hell men that cheated Hartley Bowlder rind they werent Vindictive They even seemed to be trying to help me n little though perhaps they ycre ojily stealing iuy clothes and mAybe they thought for them to do anything Unpleasant would be NuperJl11ousiI could see that they thought I was one for and that they had been hiding In the ear when I was put there I asked them to try to call the trainmen form but they wouldnt listen or else f couldnt uiakeniyself un blur1Ithose surgeons were here Please tell mo liow long ago It happened I shall not die Ithink Ther are a good iiinhy things I want to know abQut lie ihpved restlessly and the nurse soothed him Meredith rose and left the room with a noiseless ale lie wont out to the stars again and looiced to theni to check the storm of rage and sorrow that buf feted his bosom IV understood lynch lag how the tiling was homo to hlin and his feeling was no insptraton oq fear Iqst the lafr miscarry It was time Itch to gct his own liand on tile rope Horner came out presently And whis pered a long broad profound curse upon the men Of the Crossroads and Merediths gratitude to film was keen Jarrett went away sOon after ayd Meredith hada strange unreasonable desire to kick Barrett possibly for Ills sergeants sake ulmi1 Smith sat in the waiil with the nurse antf jay and the room xmaS vpry quiet It was n long ylirjj They we e only waltlrijr To bj continued FORSALEA suire in first el 3ss c6nditin Enquire ofIPrt MW HIATT Spri no field Ky Early Risers TIE FAMOUS UTiLE PIUS For quick relief from Billouaneas Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles axis ing froman Inactive or sluggish liver DeWJtts Little Earl Risers are un equalled They act promptly and never gripe Theyiare so dainty tthat Ittis a pleasures to take them One to two act as a mild laxativs two or four act as a pleasant ard eifectlve cathartic They arc purely vegetable and absolutely harjnless They tonic the liver ECeDWItt a QdCkicaer f =f S J I sI X I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which Ijas beef u in use tor over 30 years has borne time signature ofS3 and has been made under Ills per I 4Sonasupervlsloii since its infancy f Allow no one to deceive you in this i All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tbo health of Infants anti ClilldrcnExpcrliiico against Experiment t WhatIsCASTORIACast- oriz Fis a harmless siibstitute for Castor Oil Pare gori Drops and Soottihigr Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neitber Opium Morpblne nor other Karcotlo J substance Its Age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrboad and AVIad Colic It relievMlTeetbing Trouble cures Constipation and Flatulency Jt assimilates ihmcx1ood regulates tie 8leepTheGENUINE CASTORI ALWAYS Bears the Signature of r r T The EM You HaYe All ays Bought In Use For Over 30 Years r uuK ifTnccT cmr Justly Punished The Laurel Hill sclioelboy who came near losing his life by an accident some days ago has- recovered The play ground is divided by a fence and this mis J I fenceIand placed on prop betwerithc rails and poked his head rte apperlrre in order totqrQoghI the girls without being sefea by Ihm In his excitement how 8erhe knocked the prpp outt and got his neck jcaughtin a vcelike grip tewe n1ho rails As belay on the ground squirm ing like a worm the girls dis covered hjmand went for him with paddles and switches to entire sajtisfaclion before they released him His neck is now ill rightbtt he Iis yet very care full bout taking a seat on the hard benchesi rHarrodsburg Herald Filthy jrokinsr An American In the orient writes rInr which npparenlly hate never been re ptilred fairly swarm With human ana nhiinal life caravans Of stately CartS els from Mongolia aiiil TUjetithe JeUliifrcso cart a creation of Itsjowh with no springs but drawn lbj slock mules In x yly caparisoned wlthaoutriders In mushroom hmarmiessij red pIumsthie mafop running alpng side or mounted on small donkejs coolies without numh r bearing bur dens on their heads cr shoulders rich ly adorned sedan chairs bearing Foils mandarin orjijgh Chinese dlDclal the biggest Cuhiaincn ridding the smallest of donkeys xyltbt jangling Bells and through it all undcrneiitU and around swarmed a mass of Chinese nieu wo much and children tint Mantchoo wq men in gorgeous appnrel with their peculiar headdress ahd Vjth faces routed and powdered Sucl a sight inuot be seen Jn silly other country liof In any other citjta coub1na Ion of aorgeouKness and filth magnificence nUll scjualor unequaled and almost un believable An Elegant Anifaitcwout In latH description of sivorts iu Eng land Thomas Strutt wire did 200 years ago described the gauk of throw ing at cocks then a vdrfte amuse ment nt tnhsThc tOCk was fixed br both legs ton peg and would be tlirowors paid kso much a shy just as they do now at a co aniit only thcJ cock was more ditnoult to hit he dodged thp missijle The word cockshy Is 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