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Th r 7 i l f 11 Ut Ntsvs I I2lDIRJl r 1 I t 1 W tt to t7 irrC tj f ew S des VolXtNl5 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT K ENTUCKY APEIL l4 1904 8100 A i YEAB J 1 SJJHOWJrBCBOBLin LJ MBUBIOH SiBT1iOII1PSOI1 Jk Got UNDERTAKERS t I EMBALMERS 2c r1rrin eto3k all kinaa of Fanera suppUe V PHONE 53 = i OUR DIRECTORY J ofountyscat SE tNGFIBI Vasriirigton County 52 mites south east rl4c WonS9 miles from branch of LouisvnleC1i Bardstowu inrailroadand IashviIle 4LouisviIle1 a1d agdcLtlturat district and telephonetelegraphTwo Bzuiks lines expreSs office flourplill5 lumber of1100 population yards Pop atiQt county 15000 RCpreSentativcinCongrcssHonD 3 1 H Smith HodffenvillcKy tkcpresentatNe in Keutuckj Legia htur RQrlV DClaybrooke Hon jRepresCfltatiV State Senate LilJanon Ky Llllea3tcrIavry Goiinty plfectoty CIRCUITCOURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth and OctoMayMonday in February i bjsr E rttegn Judge CI iCommouwealth At R r4btriiarn 1It ttarney JFM Campbell Clerk i lcachman MasterCommiss IIOracr It QUARTERLYcqURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Jlonday in each month BIiI itseyi Judge COUNTY COURT CountyCo itt meet on the fourth Monday in ech mouth B 4it5eyJudgC lW F Booer Coitntv Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George CatlettJailCrS Byrii Croak Sheriff V t Ricltiird Isham SUdnfey Osborne I R H rIullicaml yBeputiiS Ed Masters J James F Moore County Surveyor r j I Royalty Assessor T P OBryah Deputy Robert JTOe Treasurer M Montgomery CoronerfaJ of Com on J W Busb Supt Schools P6Sprlngfield v CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge S Join Gricz Miwhal wiF GrigSy City Attorney Y JUSTICE COURT XTnstice Courts are held in January April rul and october Church Directory tl Jl BAPTIST CHURCH SerPastorRev S J Cannou Sunday at 11 am and j ices every 700I pm Sunday School at 900t Mceting on Wednesday night at 7 Jf METHODIS CHURCHI Rev J D WardPastor Services t on the First ami Third Suudavs in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 P m Sun IuiI day School every Sunday at 10 am p ayermmcctingeverVedflCY niht f I CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Heiraessay Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock Services at St Rose same hours i a m 7 ri CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rtv Felix Pastor Service iccond and fourth Sunday ii each Ii month t 1 4PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH imer PastorRev Sunday at 11 amPreac inievery i and1t Jn Sunday school every Sn day at 10 am Prayer meeting f evorv Thursday evenine at 7 oclock fraternal Ordeas MASOKIC LOECE SpringCcid lodge second Holiday in each iNo 50 meets monthIyaslimntou R 0 ChaRter No 57 xnsvrt every third Monday Springfield Council flo52 meets on every tourtl1 Monday KsiGHTSjof TU MACASEES Meets iV xv lui WtiKtCiv n each Jrott 1orsale by U J Haydon jtIhave uses =Chdn berlatns Stomach I1t9Tableta with most satisfactory MrmF L Phelps of l1htAS3S For indigestion l1ouHon Texas lLOusm4es and orEtipatiOfl these tab- a 1etsaioSt excellent Sold tt Hay jta Q7tis ore 4 ldro iWfrftraZftHra0 W 44tI ROUND Of TALK t 1 ttffItlrfVI A OOfO Fishing I L j j By Lloyd Roberts jNov is the ti mo foij time luring fly Spring is awake awjd thewaters Jiigly Hackle arid octqr and Montreal Bend to you east that a king may die Armed with i gaff and a clicidngrec- High jackboots and an empty creel- A yard of ia split bamboo Beginners Ilo ck anda fish rmausz a Over thehullLat top rise of day Tnrough 1a sea of1nitI when the worltl 18gray1SII hie me dowD to the rivers bend Wherc the hadptts gl oman the rippiesplmiyJS Thciiall the length of an afternoon The light ree I sings to a thriving tune ledrAnd Ijnrande home ban April mgoi From the Metropolitan Magazine iorc April rI fBROOKE Harry Mc L1LQarthy who was a brother m inberiini the Jate Kentucky Legislatur with Will Claybrooke and who W ts also his room mate wrote the following to his paper the Jessar inc Journal concern ing Washington countys young Represent ttiveJ Hon W D Clay rook of Washington coun tyis us popular with the young ladies of Franbiort as he is with the representatives and none- staildhigler in the estimation of his follow members than my young friend His colleagues recognize ills lorceof mind higli f claracter lioiiesty of purpose ahd patriotism and on more than one accasiou has your correspondent i heard his name mentioned in fconnection withr the spealershp of tlie next House Mr JCJlaybrooke isabrother Llaw of W H Cleve land formerly of thisi county but now residing in Oklahoma He has a lost of warm friends in Jessamine and frequently visits Hi the Keene neighborhood H fj y PLITICAT County politics k is a subject w Jiich not withstanding a busy season is paid a Oooddealof attention The election of county officers is not to be held until November 1905 but there are nomination to be made among party aspirants and already candidates are ouj and many more are talked of There are twofiill ti kets made up a1n the field for the ocra iC nomination for sher IDem d th yare alHiustling A ticket as it is made up for a campaign consists of the candidate for high sheriff and three others who aretobe ap pointed as deputies provided he The4epnl ent districts of the county and in the c amp igil for the office each duty Js expected to do his part of the electioneering and tos e to it thu this district m up with the necessary number of votes ksj to the other county offices there are several prospec tive candidates for the nomina tion but none has as yet announced HIrtlt z A J 7 DThCRGButiey tobac sA i co1iastaken a decjded ad vance ill price on the Louisville market and everything points toIr it going still higher A Louis yule review of the situation says Just w iat lias caused the sudden advance few people seem greed some s ly that the Continental Tobaccc Company have the 1003 crop 0k Burley practically cor nered and that nov they tire willing tOPi1Y highprces on the open market in order to shut out the independent manufacturers or make them pay high for what they get It is genetully con ceded that the Continentals pur1 chases in the country have been very large in addition to their large purchases on the breaks of CincinjiatiIthe market fliat the Continental purchases within the last week or ten days will aindUntt six pricesieeivcOunt growers this year for their tobacco have been quite satisfactory and higher than last year Nearly all of the crop has been sold however and only a few Wfio have been holding l t ruI be fortunate enough to adtvalicORE ioJJEY lilIIQSC in teriisl d in b6tter roads for the county will be glad to learn that there wilL oet more funds Available this year for road purposes than there was last year At the Fiscal court meeting last week the county levy was arranged and although the per cent allowed for turnpike purposes is tlje same as last yenrj the amount of revenue iit will bring will be larger lIjccauSe the llofpropertyin mOre than last yeak The mug istrates also madey an tiipropriaf tion of 500 to lie used foi the Benefit of bridges during time year which is a gooathin as far it goes and j ni easily be expended in putting in sqme much needed repairs totlie Bridges of the county DO IT TODAY Thp1 timeworn iin jfu notioni NeAerput ofrlill tomorrow what y4u can do tocfayis now generally presented iui this form Dd iti todllvThat is the terse advicdwe want to give you about that hacking cough or de moralizing cold with winch outt have been struggling fdreera1d- ayspbrtapsweeks t Take some reliable rewdy for jt TODAY and let tnab remedy be Dr Bos chees GeiunanySyrup which hasJ been in tisp for over thirtyfive years 4 fey doses of iiB will undoubtedly relieve your pough or cold and its continued use for afewys will cure ypu corn pletely No matter how0deep seatcd y ur cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs Germ n Syrup willsurely effect acurezs ithus done be tore in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size75c At C J Haydons drugstore Tra1tedY Av tted Just in the nick of time our little ooy was saved TvrUts Mis W Watkins of Pleasant City jMo Pneumonia had played sad havcc with hiaa and a teniI ble cough sot ini besides Doctors trv atea him but he grew worse- everydav At length fllriedI Dr ICing New Discovery for Consumplton and our darling was saved Hes now sbucd and well1 Everybody ought know itt the only sure cure for Coughs Colds nndiill Lunn diseases Guaranteed by C J Havdon Druggist Pride 50c and 10 ri dl botUest RliOllffl3Uffi8 Iatic Cnre1l 1 have been aurfjcct to sciatic rheu matism foryetrs says E IfTal Jon of Wilton Junction Iowa Myjoints were still and gave me mach pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up I used Uham berlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or aciic from th old trouble for- man month It is certainly most vqnderful liniment For sale by C J Haydon Druggist Commissioners Sale Fidelityj Safety Vault Co Plf tEqtyMaryBy virtuebf a judgment and order of sale of Iho Wa hibcton circuit c urtrendercd at the February term thereof 1901 in cUd aboVe cause I shall proceed to offer fbp sale at time Court IIousod or in Springlield Ky pNMOKDAY APRIL 25 1901 at 2Vclock pm or thereabout be hiJbestblddor 6 months the following described property towit A lot situated on the south side of ngflelKrJots being lot No 138 ou the map of said town For the purchase pr ce the pur chases or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond teariKg leqal interest from date of salp iiptil paid and having the force arid effect of a Judgment Bidders will bo required to comply with these terms M G LEACH MAN M C W C C Serions Sfecli Tronile tade I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomiting spells and can truthfully say that Cbamborlatns Stomaoh and Liver Tablbts cured lUelIuS T V Wiix IAML Lain Sbhrgr Midi These tab lets are guaranteed tb cure every ease of stomach trouble or tins charactpr For sale at Hay s tore iIcINTIRt I Mr Oscar Auberry sold a BallardI1ast week Price private Mr Richard Ulanford has re lp ptalpArthur buggy v Mr Williei Vie passe I through here last Thursday en rpute tto Jiorei to Academy for his sister Alma who hits been attsnding school there She Sp lit fasterJ with her mother Mr and Mrs Robert Mclutire and family visited the latters pareiits Mr anti Mrs Prank Keene last Sunday Misses Susie and Flora Keene Lula Wjheatley and quite a number of boys were enjiertamed by Miss Elta and Dusie Hill Sunday afternoon Messrs Leonard Mclntire and Albertis Ballard visited thrt Gethsemani boys last Sunday Miss porn Blanfprdt qpened school in CecilviTle last Monday As thisis Coras first attempt in public work wo wish lher mcch success f SQtJl for Cildren Tho pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough La Grippe and Croup because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble Itdrawsomit the iiJ ama tlon heals aiidsoothcs and cures per manently by cnabUng the lunns to contribute pure lifcgl Yin and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One M nuc Cough Cure is pleasant to take and it is good alike for young aiid old Sold bj all d ruggist WAL4TEDMCfl or wcmon as representatives Ola high class magazine Large commissions Cash prizes WI He J N Train or 80 East Washington Square TewYorkNV Mor lli1s Dst rban es of strikers ate not nearly as grave as ai indi vidual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleqp nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unlessa reliable rpmc dy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficfent to cure disorders of the Liver or Kid es as Electric Hitlers Its a wonderful toniCj and effective n rIDenrl tho greatest all around medicine fcr runlown systeans It dispells Neryous ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia ahd expels vlalana germs Only 50c and satis ffaction guaranteed by CJ Haydon Drqggist Icon Mountainl Rout operate Pullman Tourist Sleepers M Louis to California leaving 830 A M daily via tuttle Rode Texarkana Dallas lit Worth and E Pasq The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule heap Colonist rates in effect daily dtring March and April 1901 tc California and the North west Pullman Tourist sleepers via Missourii Pacific Leave St Luis every Thursday 9 a mt from Kansa City Wednesdays Thursdays and Priday 030 p ra going via Pufeblo D RIG System through the Qlenwopd Spings Salt LakoCity tO Ogden etc Homeseekers and Uolbn ist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each month Fprumpl folders descriptive literature rates etc corsult near est ticket agent or address R T G Malhewsv T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg j Louisville Iv STATU OP Onto CITY oi Tout DO rs LUCAS COUNTY Frank J Cueny makes oath thin lhe JJChencyCity of Toledo County and State afore aidamid thutsaH firm will pay the snm of ONE HUNDRED DOULjARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by ilic ifee of Halls Catarrh Cuio FRANK J CHESTY I Sworn to beforqme and subscribed n my preseuoo this 6th day orDc cember A D 18SG SKAt A W GLEASCJN NOTARY Pyuw- cHlls Catarrh Oureistakcn internally and acts dircctJyon the blood adil mu cousSurfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J OHENEY CO Toledo O Soldby all Druggists 7Sc Take HaWs Family Pills for Consti patton JHtnuteGough Oure For GoughsICold5 and Croup St 1 EXTCNSIVE ItiPROYCMFNTS iThe Springfield Water and Elec tdc Ljflht Co will spend iIOJOO forJce Plant and Hterer The Spriogtield Water and Electric LigHt Co hns contracted for extensive ia rovemeas in its property and the sum of 10000 or more is to be expended his spring in carrying but the plans for additions to its plant A contract has been made and ground brpkeh for puttiiig in an ice mahuTacturing plant and before thq hqc days of the pees ent year jbme on it is calculated that ice or SprtDgfielU mddufac turecan de furnished to toe town aed nearpy communities The machinery for the ice plant i has been boUglnpf the Henry Vogb Machiue Co of Louisville aqd work will begin immediately on the building whi6h will beerec ted on ground adjoiningi the power the house It is estimated that under existing circum stances having water and steam power already at hand that the company can raauufacture ice ala very low figure aiid with the demand from local consumers and what can bo sold tQ neigh boring towns there should be good profit iii the business Another improvementi which is to be made by the water com pany is one which will be weU corned by all of the patrons of the water works and will doubt less result in an increased business for the company A plant for the filtration and purification of file watsr will be put in rhich will result in pure waterall the j par Around to patrons Mr J A F Imbpe a civil engineer of veelutJdand las beTi cniployed by the company to furnisn plans and estimatesi from wbiphifie plant iwtllbe bUIlt Besides these Ad ditions to time plant the company will make some lep2irS anti ex tensions of the mainss and ija all expemd about 10QOO GOOJ SPIRITS Qcod spirits dontall come from Kentucky Their main source is the iver and all the fine spirits ever made in the Jlpe Grass Stat could not remedy a bad lliven or the hu dredaridone il Effects it produces You cant have good spirits anda bad liver attie same time Your liver mus be in line Condition it you wou d feel buoyant happy and hop ful bright of eye light of iStep vigorpus and successful1il you pursuits You can put your live in finQ condition by using ar hs August F1owrt nl gr test of jillniqclicines for the live and stomach and a certain cure fordyspepsiaori indigestion It has been aJaVPrite housenold remedy for over thirtyfiVe yeirs August Flpven will make your liyqr healthy and active and thus insurei you a lilbprall I fipply of Mgopdj spirits HTrTai size 25c regular boltlfsjlToci +At C J Hayddns drugstore r j jo f Nentnni Accurpe IN wns nujgnivitmttiOn vliicli ritatesl that twj bdtiro nttract eiicU oth erwitli a forte lliivJBrsely proportional fo lie lisqunre of time dl tatice betwJeen the n was nmue tli subject of an ex lai stive Investigation by Professor Br wn of HaVerfordl cbilefcq Ills cal clij itions show Xeyitouia laws t6 retre soii t the uiottoii of our moon to within tiic oiiemilllOutli jmrt of 1 per cent physicalJthliig lUutir Mson oftli sImtiie- mtmtenieiit pC this o dlJGlobe Ajiesw When the nerves are weak Everything goeS wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparilla pale and your blood is thin Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine For more than years I tine used Ayes SartaparllU in my family It 1 rand tonic at all limos and wniderftnedlcne for pure WodD VTmt Karen Con- nSIMa bottla JCAYETLCO All dnllrlAtfor toweli l WeakNerves cop tho bowels regwIrwittnAyert- pills Just ono pill 9nlgt During CounferuirtnOliiip time years of time Orders Revolution ary war time Rev Sajnuef JBuell nilI pastor of the Eastlmnm1mpt ndureb on Long Island He had been pastor there a great many years and had gained wide influence While the English occuplqd the Is land Sir William Ersklne was In corn mandji Between the parson and the military authorities a good understand ing was lkept Up in spite of the politlc al hostility There is yet told a story of the wor Itby parson to the effect that Sir Wil once ordered a number of the luiuieiB or iJasiujiuipiUH to jo Over Southampton1 to do a certnln piece of work on time Sabbnth Before tliat day came around however the commander happctied to uieet he parson and told him frankly that lie had ordered out hrs Jim laiinjuci on Sunday I know It I lknow It said the parson rut as It happens I am myself thntdurJfndfhaySir William yielded the point with a good nature Jlaukhj l A Question of Strength Gadsby My wife will raise Cain with me if she discovers that Ive been drinking Jagsby All youve gotdo do ls t4 hold your breath when you go near lien Gadsby Thats all right but 11J11 afraid its too strong to be held Town atjd Country XotI artculnr prtctor feeling Sandys pulse in bed What do you drink Sandy vllh brightening faceOh Tm hae pa tlcu Jar doctor Anything jrouve got with ye Stray ytprles Best Coll1IIthCJIIh Jgj Childreni When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place iuiplieic confidence You vant one that not only relieyes but cures You want one that is un questionably harmlees You want one that is ipleasarit to takc Chamber lainsi Cough Remedy meets al1of these conditions There is nothing so good for tne Coughs and colds incident t tx childhood It is also a preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever from whooping couVH when it is givep It has been used in many cprdeiaics of that disease with perfect success loorsale at Hay dons drugstore MptwrRteiffliliini M Vlorkin OYarnme Eight houiaws era ignored by those tireless lutle workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indiges tion Biliousness Consttpaiin Hedache and all Stomach tick and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at C J Hay dons drug storo Commissioners Sale f Esscnth HoveU c t Puff vs t Eqty Charcs Vdaerc Deft By virtue of a Judgment find order of sale of the Wasbington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1904 in the above causeM shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door iii Springfield Ky on irONrjAV APRIL 2519C4 at or about 2 oclock pm being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property towit A tract of land lying and being if Washington county Ky upon the waters of Mayes Creek and bounded as follows towit Beginnihff at three- tigar trees on a drain thence down said dVain asit meanders 93 poles to a sugar tree and horn bean onlJaid dr3incorn r to WiQoY Lewis themice rith line of same S ii E 3 poles to a 9nc another cor to same thence With Another line of jameNt8 w 30 pOle5 to a sugar tree cor tc W G Short thence with his line S 23 E li8 polcsto a stone corner to same thence S 15 W ii7i poles to a stone on raitj thence S E 261 poles to a mplar sUJI1P ttbenioutb of V G aborts lane near the road leading to VUIi burg thence up said road N 1P2 E WV1O to a stone on said road rnning thence S 87B SG poles to a small cherry and elm oQlohn Gt I Iayes line thence with aid fine Si 1 W i pole to a sugar tree and beech on a drain thenCe down said drain as It meanders 83 poles to three beach trce oni said drain cor to said Mayes hence with Mayes Ijne N 1 W 11 poles to aQ dinl and beech on said line running thencti 78t W 124 poles to the beginning cbntahiing according to survey 141 acres and one rood I For the purchase prldf the pur chaser or purchasers with apPJe security or uiuretIes must execute Ofld bearing lcgai Interest froni data Orchltlndwill Je required to comply ivithth se terms promptlYI IIMp LFACI1MANtC THE IJEWSHARP It Fliiit Xnme Was Jew Trmap ilint xti One Known Why The j 1l1riuiq been with us for more thnn three centuries We ibid in H4kluytat Voyaged1 It reference to the roaring trqflu In JSwsliarp done by Dt ddeSyamVHalelih Svlth time new world Earjler still the name was Jews trump but no pne has siicceedcu jn tracing hlstprlcally the reason J6r ol timer name Various theories have bceu put forward The jjuggesloii that ft is a corruption of jmtvs harp iud tlie connection of It with nyl1rencli jeunre dismissed by modern authorities as baseless and inoptt Professor Slceat thinks that the same WitS given In derision and con talus a reference to the harp of David Sinytheraliner niitlntalifed that IL oughtt tto 2lIdentified with gewgaw which ntonetitimineant a flute But the most likely solution of time mizzle Is that tlme little instruments were first Bold In England anti Scotland DjTiovrlsh peddlers Although Jews had no llegal status In England between the times of Edward I and Cromwell It Is known that many found their way to G eat Britain where their natural I occupation would be that of wandering peddlers London Globe 100fO o +2 9 EVEjVj91 2 By Barry Prestoirg L y FOPUIlgM bu T C A 6 oI ot Itowns a moje whimsical Idea that dlenlyThrowInmy good measure and well close time deal here amid now It was an equally whimsical Idea that Sent Bretk up to Buttonwood the following June to In spectthe farm for nnlli1y Crrgfl had cldSed the deal then and thorp and a deed to the place duly drawi up and reconled hind reposed In a pigeonhole of Adams desk since November He had scarcely given the place a thought heretofore and anita what It might be like he had not caved a whit for the deal would have bee idecidedlx tohls advantage even nlUiqut time farm That june morning However In overhauling his papers he had coma across time deed anti with one of those sudden decisions for which he was famous he was oft t0 Button wood to see his farm the need In one pocket and a bunch of Jingling keys In another He might sell the place ho might rent it he ml tghcItaway That was Immaterial The charm of time affair lay In Its Incon gruity He was starting out to Inspect a piece of property the very existence of which he hind Ignored for some months He chuckled to himself he climbed into time smoker of the train That evpnlng Adam sat on the stone doorstep of his Buttonwood house He had been most happily disappointed In time place The house was a ow rambling story nail a half affair Infon excellent state of repair An Inviting piazza ran along the northern side thE r stern end was half hidden under rambler rose bushes just coming into bloom and a box hedge divided his domain from the road To time left he could see time cozy house of a near by neighbor Dr Thurston as Breck learned from the lantern above the gatepost next door Tile peace and quiet of the place appealed to him Seated there in the red twilight Adam mpaz tats TO CdNQt7En pzsnor LIOUTLt uildcnly felt af desire to remain here to build up tile place by his own dIforts Fell It rent it givp tt nyrajr Xo hdc t1jne would build Itllute i little lixfcn of his oWn devising Autl the mood being strong upon hlia ue trumdgsl tlle mlle nnJa half to ton- I telcgntnh for his effects Early next morning Breck settQ voik Vljji a pair of adclent isrun lug shears he had found In the shed he was fluimlng the hedge which souiehQw or othervwas not the1s1mpI task he had Imagined lib was nwks- mmmrdly lopping off the twl s wjien lip became awnfo some dne was watching him from the oMcrslde of the fence He turned and saw a girl looking pt him from the depths of a sunbonnet She wasah amazingly pretty girl and the laughter lurking in her eyes was a trifle disconcerting Good morning she saiL Arp you our new neighbor L Dragging Painsn Keelcy St IW5 ILL Oct 2190- J SUffered With falling and con gcition of the womb with seVere paljw through the groins I wif- fered terriirv at the tine of men strluation had Winding headaches and rushing of Wood to the brain What to try I knew nqt for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women found it pleaSant to tako and soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and alter using plgven bottles 1 was a welt woman O4Mrs Beth is now in perfect health bccauisd she took Wine of Cardui for menBtrual diwrders bearing down pains and blinding headacos when all other icmodiM failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health btak ing Wine of Cardui in her horde The first bottle convinces the patient the is oa the road to health For advice in cases requirjuf tpeaial direction 1Iddtess givhmf touTs The Ladies Adioiy- prtmeiDe h the ClittanoOgW le Qo Cbatttoooga Tema WM t v I IS THEOU3 RELIABLE p9 1 T rf 6 J AKIH POWDERpAboIutIyPur NEREIS NO SUBSTITUTE l 0 ree doltetLimis Eat and flsnlng lit his vest PO ket found a itr lie ap i proacUed the girl J Ijam AdunJhC announced prft senting the card and this is Eden I am inaking I fear Im doing it bud I ly he added rwlth a deprecatory Vrave toward the gouged hedge URatherJEJ1td thd girl her eyes sparkling If you like papa will lend you the gardeneV- Oh vno sajd Adam this Is to b oAan Eden of my own making Therein Jlies the charm YIThey talked of commonplace mat rsot strawberries and pansy beds and time like He discovered she was Edith Thurston the doctors daughter iHe also discovered she was the most charming youug woman It had been luIs privilege to meet When sue turned i to the house he watched her to the door p Eve by JOYP he asserted assliJentered Thcp he returned to i hedge trifniplng with a vigor which j threatened to cxterMoaCo ItT I 1 After that they entered into the ol4 l host sort of ftfenlship Every mocnn Ing she called access the fence Goodt t morning Mr Adam What Js theJatj I est bulletin from EiehT i Whereat Adam would perch on the fence and drolly reFate hits ec1enas with the pruning shears or the lawn mower or ho would set forth his doubts as1 to where the raspberry bushes should beLset out Summer waxed and Eden greww i tIts finjshed1 said Adam almost regretfully fEden is complete as far as my Work goes f They sat on the stonju doorstep In tho 1e twilight of a late July dnY1heI1iiAwas iookhimgpenslvely nt the redsky 1ff MoreEden5 to conquer Sbe dskrtlightly WY1PlIL fd rNo he saId I vantto completo 1 this t I vjYouI said my work on Itlwas finished he returned Here Adam he wen on and hefq is Eden Theres a dlsif crepancy You Avqnt have nnyttrouble finding the serpent she observed Ev6 came before time serpent ho said t I should think slje said youd t t profit by example Eve was the undoifIng of the original garden r Therell bc vdcrpent In thlgir i den herald Lye made tints solely for Eve Every flower bed I hnvti made every drop of paint I 5iave put EyeItmPihly rThen you laid Eve in mind when you came here she nske fv 7tYes lie fabrIcated unbIushminl J Obi she salt asqueer littlel voice Ive always knovn herlC went on J fSbcIve always thought fdnie iber j ait Eden with my own hangs I hope shell be happy here Do j It will suit her he asked YOUsupposelL it should ill said Does it suit ljer1 lie1 asked ycr l gently r I She started Pray how do I knowA she said coldly He slipped an arm about her nndl drew lher close to himt r Ive chvays known her he pxclalia ed but I never saTvJ heraiutll sfab look ed at me across afepce and laughed atj me from the Jileptbs Of a suiibonn tiMe4 cause I gouged the hedge Doesis suiti her hejepeated Adam iherowas a world of ien tqderness In her voimr i Eve lie said et1y s I J E Z No lice Ti TxJIyerJ 1L 11 J qf t 4 Taxes due the town 6f Sprl CJ lA held for the sear 1004 are tlQ Jpa able and parties pwing sm frnotihed lto call andeUlet CIL PRICE C911ectQr ktll ioi a j j14frtJmJ drowsy feeling should take one or two of toeWitis Little Early Risre utrht i imutt morning These famo i little J J pillsare famous because they are a Jttonic aa well asplUs WhiI they 1 cleanse the systern tbeystre rtfa01 i and rebuld it by their ionic effect 01 oft the lIver botols Sold bV all druggist l Ar TOll a nyspLhJIicc Iii Ifyou are a dyspeptic Tuowe itr j i yourse1f and ybsir Irlend4tqt get w tDyspepsia annoys the adyspi4l f Miends because his 1llit3SfJ son diapositlou asVwell as feii sto RodsIDyspepSiCUrC hlI aot f + fitcure dyspepsia f1kilRestflftaJ1d eifoamach but this palpatabie recon strUtttlv tonic digesU t strenjctiteps the whole dig Niifft pniwitr weteims this life aawehi as th icli Jftofl y orf take Kwidl DVl auIi Cure tlle foqd 1 cat II es3uycd digested a Mlatdas4 its M1 iropertici ptorided by tb W Uand itiiMie health W the rtlt lA bllptftlg1Sll p- J DIW YPalid CiaO- CCfttUi UetweM far blqg4 ss4Aka dscc- 1HWS4A R PUBLISHED BVSRY THURSDAY I SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD f iDAVISONJ tJ0ED1TO JtJ FuWSIIU Local r Tnwlpessnolcest 10 cents per ach subsequent Insertion IoO lUu n candidates and polltfcal matter t cents per line Job Work is done at low rates but cash aJus be paid on delivery of goods At7 rtUlng contracts made on liberal rnnyjf d Obffu rSeand resolutions of respect 3 enUpirline ANotcxMNTg Scaaty Magistrates t 250 Cunt1Oltcerau 5OQ DistrictOffices JrJ THURSDAY APRIL 14 i904T c We are authorized to announce the nam ofy GEORGE D PARROTT Is a candidate for the office of Sheriff Washington county subject to the faction of the Democratic party Election November 1903 I A DELIBERATE MANT Xe Ate fig Fall planer and Caught the Stale ua WellJ Charles Stuart oze time senator from Michigan was traveling by stage through his own State Tbe weather was bitterly cld the snow deep the roads practically unbroken The stage was nearly one hour late at the dinner statlon everybody was more or less cross and In a hurry and the situation uncomfortable to the last degree dlnInpass e4 around Fifteen minutes for reIa freshments When he had Jlalshed his flrst cup of coffee the passengers were leaving the table By the time the second cup nr rived the stage was at the door All- aboard shouted the driver The sen f ator lingered and called for a third cup of coffee The crowd laughed aaJ oMA flung ack chaffat the deliberate man at the table- While the household as was the cus torn assembled at the door to see the cOltlnfdenly just as the stage started there was a violent roundIng on the dUiiug I iJoom table and the landlord hurried In to find thai the senatqr wanted n cameliek spoon tobe found d That shock headed fellow took em thought be was a crook exclaimed the landlady The tendlord jumped at the same conc1ustonIHustle after that stage bring em- all back he shouted to the sheriff who was untying his horse from the rail in front Qt the tavern 1A few monutes later the stage in charge of the sheriff swung around in front of the bouse The driver was in a fury Sgarch them passengers yelled r the landlord But before the officer couldmore the senator opened the stage door stepped Inside then leaned out touched the sheriffs arm and whispered t Tell the landlord hell find his 4 spoons in the coffeepots Boston Post 1 WISDOM OF NOVELiStS tj There Is no man so cautious about money as your reformed spendthrift GD BurginSAMen who stand much upon their dig nity have not as a rule much else to stand uponSeton 1rerrimanr SThe virtues of our loved ones we ad mire Their taIlIngs we would forgot lingerSEinlllug Jerome K Jerome Any tool can get a notion It needs training to drive n thing through training and conviction not rushing after the first fancy Rudynrd KIp ling 1 Somctimos a chance remark which has very little slguiflcarice for tile per S45Q who makes it is like an aperture that lets In light on the whole chfcrac ter Sarah Grand Superstition In its essence is merely qaof mysteries and contradic tions like ours nothing conceivable or Inconceivable is Impossible Henry- llarlanO MU OUT THIN CHEEKS fMIona the Only Natural Way io QalHFIrm Solid Fresh Says DruiiUts Wood Campbell if t palerthin and ema ted people who mani 4feM1y1o not have weightITnclastl two yearn pale thin people tS have increased in numbers rapidly Emaciated faces and general thin ness can be overcome by the use of J1iona the flesh formitifj food that t Druggists Wood Campbellarescihiug r in such large quantiUes You who have thin pale cheeks can be fat plump strong hearty with the rosy glow of health if you will but use- Mionau Wood Campbell oneof the most reliable drug firms In this section are selling Miona at 6oc a box under a positive and Absolute guarantee to 4 refuM your money iIf j does not fill outhin cheeks and make tire user slDp rop and healthy tMIon docs all this in a perfectly httaral vay It mingles with the 4koot youlcat aiHa aBfiimilatlorf ref JAt6r the digestive organs to action tl heW olS svsfem in proper p1iysica1 ondition Those who use tMIona do not risk a penny when then ibuyJt Druggist Wood Uampbelt J iwill give written guarantee wltfJJ v eery borto refund the money if it caos sot increase flesh give freedom fff aii ttomach troubles and restores helih ard strength Go to 1 i tcre today ad get a months thC1t i net toH ejat their risk f fcl JiVRUPOURL ELLN J t to i V Wiii1 1 w raoearahfc mwmHH infmmnw mnw0 li I w e i t News From The County tt I fIi f I alt aff ffP lliV r iMackville Willhara Arnold s lalhe Continental Co Springfield 20000 pounds tobacco at Be iDerwood Shewmaker sold q 12year pjd horse to Jim Votaw at65 Died on the 9th the infant f baby of Mr and MrsFrank HaydonQf whooping cough and pneumonia Interment in Yankee cemetery Matharly Shewmaker sold 13790 pounds off tobacco to the ContinenaJCo at8tc Winnie Kay is Very low with dropsy Diejd on the 8th MaritBl Own colored inher 38th ye raft r two yeeks illness 0 f measles and pneujnoniiu Rev Paris conducted the Iuneral servces j after which uiet remains were interred to Plbasairt Grove ceraeiery f John Hiatt sold 2800 pounds tobacco to John Baker at 700 per hundred Jim Dais colored sold a9 year old marettto Will Sweeney at 45 arid bought a 5yearold combined mare of John Tpbin at Revll 80i L Purdom failed to filll his appointment at the flap tistchurch Saturday ard Sunday onccount qf being quite ill Hard sIY ScliooIIiouse Farmers have been wearing long fdces on account of the gloomy weather but as Monday looked like a spring day they are all smiles MjT and Mrs Ton Snider spent last Thursday llJle v and Mrs Sale Mjissea Liela Goodlett and Besfeie Drury spent severall days with friends and 1Qlatives at Dugansyilie wasIin our midst Sunday evening- 4r Minor Parish bought a nic young horse from F W Gr4y1or9Olr Y Goodlettlost a val weekIfrom being clovered v MbORESVJULE Sjunday School has been or ganizejl at New Hope Baptist church Sunday ScHoof second and fourth Sundays at 2oclock p n first and third Sunday at 10 oclock am as they are chu rch Sundays Mr Ham Shehan Superintendent Miss Deliai Virgin Secretary Misses rda tie Tucker Sallie Ross and Mr O Croake as teachers Wo hope they WilL succeed inyhaving a good Sunday schoolcMir R H Mullican iIs a favor its m these parts There is talk of Jorganizi ga1Iullicaui club which I think will be docd erelong MrW 0 Ellis as agent for Stark Bros Nurseries has made three deliveries at Booker one at Springfield and one atWood lavnilanlhe has noc ai single tree or vine lleft over beside he made a small deliveiyof straw beries at Spnngfield He wil- lseIIdrtheI same firm for fall de ivery Mrs Clara Bishop is improv injj Mrs Jep Cox is on the sic k list Oa sowing will not wind up before the middle of this weekl Mrs Ruth Green is suffering from a fall she received last week r She is not doing so well JMr Lyfcle iCays was in our m dst last week prpecting for a arm 1d6 not know whether he succeeded hi getting pne or nett Mr Thnrman Weekley has returned from Lou sville Miss Maggie Weekly iis CQii fined tu her bed by jsickiiess- WissOUie CulJof Prof Green w 1Ps school at Bardstown vlsiI tel her parents last Saturday aidSundayS t Mr R M Arnold has the con t ctfor carryjifg imailIILl Mlaud to Booket by way of MJoOresyiUe ietfThg Maud at 5 by8O= hendred dollatWper anjiura VlC C JlC dedcountyhrtc l Mr Jeff Cox sold iibay mare tq Richard Cheatham forf 86 Mr V M Lynch wife and child vistted at Mn Joe Bishops last Monday V WUisbur4 r Rev Waldehofailgdirii his ape pointment qn las Sunday Sick ness was the caus JohnNoeiof Broqksville bought a 90 buggy from Foster Wells on lat Saturday Mrs Lizzie XicMiliaV spent last week with her sister Mrs James Mcllvoy V iBorn to the wife of Rred Hughes qn last Sunday morning afO lb boy V Messrs Richard Pinkstone nod OscarShirley of Tatham Springs amended cnurch here last Sunday EdFarris bought a UyearQl1 horse from Ottia Grider 101 120 Mrs TJ Miller spent Monday In your town shopping Mr Thos Trent of Kirkland spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at this place Bernice Graham and sister of Sharpsville were cuests of Mrs Sallie Sutherland Sunday Qscar Shewmaker Dudley Sutherland and Hugh Leach man of HiTIsboro were in ouV town midst Sunday Mrs Kent Rogers of FenwiCn is spending the week with her parents near ttown Everett Keeling spent Satur day with her parents near Pnlliam Mrs Clay Ferreil of lfaclh viile was the guest of Mrs James Mcllvoy last week rMifsesi Emma Cox and Aileeu Brown of Mackyille called to see their friends in our town last Frida Mrs Gillie Cooksey has oren ed up her millinery goods at Pulliam j i IliUsboro Elder W Ezra Sutherland will fill his regular appointment at l yli 1Joijn Shewmaker and Ed Bowles of near Fenwick were in midst Sunday to see their girls Oh what smiles the boys were wearing Two daughters of Rev Hobbs of Maclfville visited Mrs Annie Godby last week Misses Mattie Montgomery Maria Settlesl and Mallie Crook visited MisslessieNoel last week Charlie Mcllvoy sold his large crop of tobacco to JohI Arm strong Price private YTe are glad to report all of bur sick able tObeouti wIth the ex ception off Mrs Emma Leach man whQ has been quite sick but under the skillful treatment of Dr Hopper she is rapidly lIH proving tOursowing ts3ndprobably the yearsbasbeen account of so many wheat fields being sowed in oats The rye fields look fairly well and will make about a lldlfcrop Very little gardening with the excep tion of potatoo planting has yet oeen done VVe desire to sayto the Willis theJtanycomplimented pur write ipofth ir town that we most certain ly appreciate all the kind things said aboat oqr letter We would be glad to have a peice from its able correspondent on the cemetery We noticed that the Grove writer says thatour neighbor Captain Settle will matte aclean sweep of that vTciriity for Coro nor Good for the genial Capt ETntr such a bustling campaigner that he will make a clean sweep of the county in the primary Ve are requested to say that all the members of the Christian church arid all others interested toImentswill brnade for preach ing that day and steps takeotoi m liverAyers DYEkl MUn OrP HA Mwt O A ru j r r crccc secure a preacher to hold a series of meetiags and preach fe rest ofrhe year We trust tthat aj large crowd ull attend Pleasant Grove t rMisses Roe Montgomery and Ella Sweeney two of Lebanons most charming young ladies arc visiting Misses Mabel and Eliza beth Thompspn Mr Fred VanArsdaie very sick with pneumonia His many friends here wish him a speedy recovery Mr J P Thompson who has been at the McChord infirmaryi in Lebanon for the past four months is at home for a short ltime Misses Mabel Thompson and Lizzie Mae Gregory were the pleasant guests of Mr Stevie TJipmpson Sunday lisses Elizabeth Marcia and Ma aet Leachman who have baenXsperding ihe winter a- tPceeq t Valley 1mve returned tp their home nearihere f EonMG Leachman wasin Louisville last week on businesri Camden Hlatchetti Co of Mackville we fi 5nThis com muni ty last eel aYing tobacco Duncan Bros ws bought at lOc and Gregory Hines crop at 8ic Miss Jennie Leachman visited Miss Nantiie Thompson last week Mr By on Parks isv suffering with rheumatism Dr J M SpaldHg Avho i about to complete his course in the study of Analomy at the ICy School of Medicine in Louisville has returned home This ener getic young MD is aIry begin nirigt to build up some praic ticeinthisi community He has at present two patients in the Grove The ladies had a spend day with Mrs Nannie Leachman Friday Those present were Mrs Reed Leachman Misses Ella and Sue Duncan and Nellie Reed Litte Mit Leachman iiput again after being laid upfotal most three months first by a severe wouhd caused by the accidental discharge of a pistol followed by the measles and chickeuj5x Clifton Leachman was here for a slirt time Sunday after noon Two men of good appjearalnce verein this community last week in search of agents to represent a Computing Scale Co They wanted strictly temperate nen said they had failed to find such a person siLll pl 1gfieldYf could not gii them any infer nutjon They went io Nehon county IIINWICK Mrs J R McAliktcr spept Monday with Mrs W F Logs don- Joe Smith was out Lome Sun clay- Miss Minnie Barker is vjsittng her sister Mrs JC Harmon Mrs W G Adams and Miss Myrtle Logsdon have returned home afler a weeks visit at Ray wickSMiss Appie Kelly has returned to Decatur Ill aferaviit to herparetst at tlii place We araglad tto report tile sii ll- rinourtou1etter ThePiQk Teagivouby Aliss Mattie Begley was enjoyable to all vho attended Mrs p J Underwood of Dqu IsvillE is visiting at the home cf Mr and Mrs Dan Rogers Mrs Kent Rogers is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C R Cheatham at Villisburff BblNCOE As Easter has come addhas brought some bright days the farmers are all smiles Miss Gertrude Brent ofj Bot land 1S visiting friends andrela tives at this place Mr Xavier Filiatreau accom panied by his cousin Mr Bert Bland ford is at home on Ji short stay from school at Getbsameni Mrs Cecelia Curtsing r and two daughters visited her sister Mrs John Burnett last Saturday and Sunday Mrs William FiHatreau who has been sick for the past two waeks is greatly limprovedl Misses Flora then a id Lillie Ballard who have been hofre on an Easter vacation have Returned to scheol at Loretto- aIS ConsumptIOn The only kindof coiisuinp tion tQ fear is neglected CO1ISUJfl1tiOflS T People are learning tiat coi sumption is a curable iseas Itis ndglected consuiiptioi that is Sdincurabi i At the faintest suspi ion f consumption get ab ttle ffJ Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Ei luls o n 1dSlpfcasesfavorcof health eglected co nsumPt OIl O snot exist where Scott Emul sion is Prompt use of Scott Emulsion checks the diseasewhi1O it can be checked4 SSend for free sample SCOTT 1JOWNE Chemlsls 409413 Pearl Street New Vuik sCud rcc aildrugghts a or Mr Tom Corbetb had the misfortune to lose valuable mule oie day last week Cause u kuowh rure Polka Escaiicl Wbca Polk vpS4a member pf Con gress he and his wlf were riding a liJ coach in TonnoRseo Tile Driver venturec into a swjollen stream where presentJy time hordes jgot beyond their dvptli and commenced swiinn ng A little more amid the coach Jpuld have bepn enculfpd At that nioinentn man dime up the bank on bors0back and shotted to the driver to stop The danger seemed Imminent ami Mr Poll who could not swim called out from his sent inside the cornh of ferlng Riiy amount of money to any one who would save his wife The nian on bqrseback seenled afraid to nmtrtrctJt tUa rescue hut Mr Granvllle Pillow who was sitting beside lrsPolk threw off his coat exclaiming I will take You out mafdain He swam to the bunk compelled tho man fp give up his horse mounted plunged into the rapid current came up behind the stagje and told Mrs Polk to step on time high hind whet and thence upon the shoulder of the horse lie lucid tier firmly In Ills arms and bore ber safely to the bank- DlcUcnn Name A question having arisen In the Pall Mall Gazette as to the earliest authen tic portrait of Charles Dickens Mr rIG KItton writes to hat journal as fol lovs I venture tor say that the earli est presentment which bears time stump of authenticity Is the miniature oh Ivory painted by Mrs Janet Barrow nee Ross in 1830 representing at the age of eighteen wfth a high satin stock and wearing a coat with broad lapels such as wus wom In the reign of Willhun lVr Mrs Barrow was an aunt of bickens and nciyeved great repute as n painter of miniatures With regard to the correct spelling of Dickens thlrd baptismal ijaano there is I think no doubt that Hurr am Is the accurate rendering My inthorlty is tIme late Robert Langton who in his carefully compiled work on the Childhood and Voyth of Chnrl s iickens1 points uitJilt the spellimj of the name ns HaftbnmLJakthe Port sea register ot bapti1i1mmorrect nil assertion borne omit by Forsters remark that oil rare occasions Dickens himself wrote It wihout the Second lJi A MATTER OF ACCENT It VaM Vcr Eiiibiirrnmiintr For the JLndy Wbo JlkcU Unck The cunvu back duck looketl verj ttempting to the hungry dinner guest hut 1t08 sliced into tantallzlnglv Biutill pieces She dctormlntMl to take twoj thoiifjiii a guilty ghuice nt tli pJa3 shovtilher tliatnone of time other gucsts liad vchturci upon won than one pljle slices loomed upl lIkpj whole lucks ns they lay before her safely landed Was everybody at th table guzlhg at them To her horror the bntjcr instcnd of moving on stoodi holding time platter by her wide Was the towIn voice one of stern dfsap iiprovniand asked now many Her head swam CJenrly It was sar cosm but the insolence oC the man She thought to dole time incident gracefully by turning with a reinuri to her neighbor Not at nil Retribution vas not to be plit away thus lightly Again that cold niQcklng voice in her euv low many Vbvcrybod3nt tbe tumble by this timfe must be traiislixlng her and her two slices hut slip not dare look up tot see The burtur must bo tlrunk AVliat was to be done td avoid u uctIue tiist then from down time yible cffmc the cheery voice of the watchful host Why Mrs Ousrnborry arent yov going to luke rbme hominy with your dltlkXC York Tlmes Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it iII w To Find Out fill ajbottle or common glass with your waterand let It stand twentyfpur hours a sediment or set lung Indicates an unhealthy condl ATtlon of the kid ncys1f It staln your Unenlt Is evidence of kid trouble tooney L3 S frequent desire to pass or paln hi the back is also bladIderarequt9fWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootevery wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabUltytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasantt necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times daring the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SvvampRoot iIs soon wonderfulIf you needa medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this Iandaddress Dr Kilmer Home of Swpflt U Co Binghamton Y When writing mention reading this eoncrous offer In this paper Sole Agents for Iwe sell Co tinf1 ea quarters for all Old HkoryS AnYJQu ntJtyOO and Studelaker FARM SSUPPLiES i from l 1Ah Iltb l agonet1 aCarload t J t f i m 1 F McCLME iWELLS a r JrI Ji1r BEALERS t tIN f B6g IipIOffleinsrI9aMrt ggies WillsS SvI 00 We handle Buggic Surreys Carts of all grades to suit 2V the purchaser Agents for the Syracuse Hillside BJow V ffiv- ff i Vi iOIJaiWorki v ffi fl JI Ay SPRINGFIELD It TornafloMrrois jash Paid for PlowsdSat FQLLOWTHE FLAG V TO SALIFORNIA AN- DitORTHWEST The Wabasi Railroad and it connecticns offer very low rates to Colonist anti Home Seek ersfrokMarch1to April 30 Also very low round trip rale Io SanFranciscoANDr Los Angeles f On Account of General Conterencfc Methodist Episcopal Church v v Tickets on sale April 22 tq May 30 iFbr further particulars call on ad i3re33F W GREENE Dis Pass At Wabash R R room 303 Urban lId Y6uisvilleKT = Ghost nut Dare Chestnut Dare will irake the present seamsqriatmv stable sif mil s noith of SpliO field at SIS To Insure a Living Goll s Chestnut Darewassied by the gre3 1 Cheslc Dare the great estt pf lliving sires for high class saddle and harness horses First dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chit lheDyMantbtino Cfcutf 11 second dam by Black Hawk Chitf tliird dam bj Brinkers D rennon This horse has the style form tlieproucigaitsand action characteristic of theChegj tar Dare family He is 16 baud high good bone a large hand some saddle horse and one of the best of Chester Dares CtrII you wait to raise a fine horse a brood mare with size this is the horse and the only Stallion in VVashington county sired by the greatest of using sites Chester Dare BB LEACHMAN Waco Dare Jr No 11162 in Vol 3 N S IL R Will make the season of 1904 at the fairgrounds Springfield at i2to Insure a Living Colt Vaco Dare JrIiiis by Waco Dare 1037 by Chester Dare 10 bj Black Sittirrell 58 l1y Black Eagle 74 by tKing William of1 by Washington Denmark 64 by old Black Denmark he by Imp Hedgeford Waco Dare Jr firattlam Bessieby Prince Den m 17kheby King Denmark he by star Denmark be by old Black Den raa k heby Imp Hedgeford Wacot sac jmd dana was by Tube Rose he by Cabbles Lexington SF Third darn b3 Duluth he by Cabbiesl Lexington SP IJe iis abeautifuf dark bay a little dappled with Very heavy matle and tail goes ahithe gaits and is a nice Driver4 He is J5J hand and 4s a fine actor His colts are winners At the samfe place will t stand my jack GOVAVdOD atl7to insurpa living c ltfGov Wood Jr is by Wallace McElroyt GKV wood first dam by Holiways ack hp hy Grundys Maringo Mam moth Tina Jack is a good looking individual and a sure fpal getter J R WALKER rrluflpaloryRliennialisiL Cured Workin YBrlIme Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless lute workers Dr Kings New Life Pills llions are always at work night ani day curing Indiges ion Biliousness Ccfnstlpaiin Sick Hedache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant sates sure Only 5cai 0 J Hardoos drug S TO 4 OS 0 I f II tj IIalrI E FOR CHILDREN gIII Makes teething easy regulates = the bowels anl JtomaCh stops r Icrrmg cures summer complaint eo MayorYeweU jof Owensbpro =n s =le teetl lYtI bowels eeemedt3= = = = beYODdcontro1i Tree phnicians =ii pve him np Owens Pink Mixturer =saved his I cannot eay enough It saved our Kate ruulaewltilflt this t 25c1l1 I IksJlpatlfru rre = IC1hddf lW2ctory Pet Maple nd book free address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO DETROrr Kichi1 ASK FO fLOYDS DYSP PSIA TABLETS OarDsdJIes1JOnsotabJet Y4St Pare Opportunities ct JsTbftiis Capitalists Investors Honieseekersf along the lines of the Lt J I IRON J1 I and MOUNTAIN e ROUTE v 4r Great SoutbwesiSys elni yv IDirect lines t i Missouri Kansas Arkansas Indiahi Territory Louisiana and Texas i Through Pullman Sleeping and Free Reclining Chair Gars v Hoaesetken Ezcorsieas first ami bird Tiesfays M lick MMtii Descriptive literature maps folders etc dnappliction JH C TOWNSEND K TG MATThEWSSGeal Pa engor And Ticket gent tTraTeUosPasseiicrer Agent ST LOUIS UOUISVILLt RY i L t a Eae B eSeYell NolhiiialleSo11 for S33505 m I SEASN QFT9O4 Ij 1ORi17N W 36763 J cJFull brother to orvardine 4year old 218 Trial 208 hT pM SjBven of Norvin WJsf colts have sold recently for 5 t arVyflIVllings fIo atldO wDid 1 m 254 3QT NtieRhi j t mOutt iSon rp sire of tlot ers in the world 25 4 TC41SU mm1 cfGainbet a Wilkes 2101 1ud NUtWQQd1h W belta Wilkes the worlds teadipg 2 rSlTe and 230 sire and 1903 15 TO INSURE ttlO2 =Son of Chester Pare Old CitomwelL J3f ntnd CdbeIVs Lexington handsomest and best bred saddle Stallion in iRthe world 15 TO INSURE XlNqfQNmi i p iN sit Ion and a first class breeder Had a colt that sold- for1OOOandt1i was stopped to England 10 TOINJURE s ROVKLB0Vii k Son o Norvin vi and AbdallaiUMampisno Colt will havostyle finish a id SP9ed2 0 dwo LzThis out of hi danrf or 2500 yiQ m fA LARGEBLACK JACK 10 TOSINSUItEb fm have the above six good Stallions throarei tipna better and all are descendants pf the mot popular trotttog and saddle horse families AF tiro royjiy bred grand individuals and proving ihemseives giet sires Ha ve size andfihish an i ftie fashionabh color The lee of each horse ife certainly very reasonable and witiin the reach of all and yqii can rhake nptinlstake to breed Jto ary one ofthem AH rnystahlicns did ti good business the past season and Thopovtney will do better thIS season and witlV the assistance of tpy friends they will Your patronage earnestly stiU6ifed For full par icdtrS terms extended pedigrees and descrfp lions I Address f JOhN B WATJEJEN Jr r J Lon Distanpe Telephone 33LcbanetijCy b 4 41 MIJJIJ Cr A I DRJJ M BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST f V TEETH EXTRACTED +VITHOUT PAIN OFFICE Hagan Bock up stairs S BftlGfelELDi KY 4AllI Dentaf Work Strictly Firstclass DRii Hr LAMPION OFFICE L In Opera House cDRSIJSMOGXS J J SPIUNQFIELI KYl t OFFICE Dr Rinharts former offices over Peoples Deposit Babk Office hours 12to 2 pm1 W FGRIGSBY VATTO NEY AT LAW Ji Office over Peoples Banlf SPRINGFIELD KY iiw HYATT HD SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Peoples Bank Building l Residence 93 S le cpbonesf f Office 95 4jij L JOPYMAYES URAL UlRCTUR J MD EMOAMERR TELEPHONE Dy 19 NIGHT 74 A t SfflWFlELD KY Have YYou Mm wTDcYt rIf so call pp J L ALLEN A atttie DepTot FRElGT AND TIIUNKS S Hauled Furniture Moved and anything in the hauling line done Jcafeiully and at reasonable rates PHONE 22 ts proof of high cul i Lure to say 4 the greatest matters in the simplest way IITSFEHRS MALT c 3 TONIC Blue Grass Nurseries PJIvci19Q2 t REES by the million Frui and Ornamental Snubs Gijape Vines AparagUs Rhubarb Small Bruits and everything for Or iic1itrd Lasfn ank Garden No Agents Strawberry and Gener ai Catalogue on application to Hv F HILLEN EYER SONS Lexington Ky mm FRINGE This nile black Jack will make the a5onbfi 1901 at my place 31 miles from Springfield on Bloomfield pike t I l8IO Insure Margin Foal Black Prince is five years old 15 bands high and finely Jared His 1903 iicolt old laitfall at 90 cath No j Jennets rvcd before June 1st I F J Pi SHELBY IRPI D No Springfield Ky 1 f isgr T i f For Sale A registered Hereford Bull eleven months old Of Line tedi- IJre and a good individual 13 BJ I ea jl man w w i Ufii Local Happenings of Interest iTOWNI o S The Freshest and Latestf IIAII About and Acquaintances Your self Friends TOPICSI OO MUf l l Full line garden seeds ana tools at Han Bros r FOR SAL + One nice sow an4 5 shoats W K Robertson If it is in jthe QueenswaTe15ne j YOU cangetit at Hagan Bros See our special prices on r Queeiisware for Saturday at Campbells Goodbye io thigh prices We iave knocke 1 them clear out at Campbells Dont forgjt that we pay casb or beef arid nurrain hides sheep peJtsetca Campbells Buy your hats from Mrs Will ams and receive correct styles irid assortments atlowest prices l Th larges line of queensware wer ill SpritigOelcL Hagan Bros l Why buy FOrce at loc when re willfen you at lOc a packagef Ganipbells Racket 1 You are iinvitecl to our store to fee our line of soods t iligan Bro Phone or sendus your grocery irdprs Prompt delivery Hagan Bros Dont orgetl the great cleaenca ale on tin and queenswaie Sat arday to make room for more oods at Campbells What everybody say s must t betrue that the best styles in illinery are to be found at Mrs Williams FOR SALE Four or fiveextra ood Jersey much cows 4 For urther particulars apply at the lEWSIiEADER t Office t vItur stock and giye you prices ven if ycii don t buy So come narid get posted at Catapballs Fpr house cleaning scrubbiug tct use jlPearl in Ammonia l hashing Fluid Nothing equals t For sale everywhele 3t I Vaccinatidn iis quite the fad in Springfield lto judge from the jv yay it is taking n It isquite ashionable to wear the left arm nisling I ji lf lComel ome furniture jGoing for new tock Tuesday and must opm for new goods makefI Special sale of carpets laitings wall paper and lace urtains for Saturday and Mon iaynext See ohrcad in this Issue giving some prices i R bertsonBrosI Clay11erook ment ofAndrew Ferrell of this- countYias r guard at the State lenitentiary ata salary of 75- per month There have been tio new eases of sm ilpox iin town and allof p the old ones are well The town has beeP pretty thoroughly vac cinated and quite Ia number of people have been made sick by that operation The chance for IIini II Miss Katie obin the attrac tive daughter of Mr John Tobin of this county t and Mr Will B ckman pf Bardst wn were married at St Dpininic church on Tuesday morning last by Rev Father Heijuiessy The grot m i a son of Mr John Buckman land both young people have a host pf friends in the county They will make the 1h me inI trdstown 7 j 5 J Mrs Derringer wife of Mr Turner Derringer a wellknown young farmer of the county died very suddenly on last Monday at her home near Valley Hill of convulsionS following the birt of her baby The deceased waf a young woman well beloved by befoteher efth1e young husband in his sad afflic tion The funeral took place yesterday at New Hope churcw I Liook Here j 12 cents for eggs this week qr 14c in trade at any store Nij Springfield f M H JONES Sixtieth AnnivcrsarvCeiebratett r of1Lexingtqii Yankey of this county entertained Monday afternoon Apdtllth from 3 to 6 Oclbckl with a beau tjiful reception in celebration of their sixtieth marring anniver sary It wasa happy and infor mal gathering of the host jand hostess family and friends The attractive home on Constitution treet was prettily decorated with graceful palms ferns aldI vases of white roses and Ions Many toasts and conj gratulations were offered to the happy couple Several delicious courses of substantials and ices were served during the after noon A pretty feature of this very pleasant occasion was the baptism of Mr and Mrs ran keys great grandson Eugene handspmeildonW Carter ofErlanger Ky It was an impVessive andi beauti ul cereinony administered byj the Rev J S Simsbf Lexington lIthlI i arablandYankey son i grandchildren Miss Sadie Mont gomery of Pleasant Hill Mo and Rena Yankey Rev and Mrs JbrdonW Carter pf EdangerI Mrs Yankey wore a handsome gown of black veiling over sill and thel ladies assisting were at tractivfely gowned in white Paris muslins Miss Sarah Daly and Mrs LHNeal of Lexington t assisted the host and hostess in entertaining and serving the guests Among those preseiits from a distance who attended I the reception were Mrs T D English and daughter bf Dan ile Mrs Artis Brown of Springfield and Mrs E Ir1 Meyer pf Danville 1fiaid Mrs Yankey receive many beautiful gifts of cut glass silver china and a quantity of Jovel3r flowers Death ol Mrs BaRcr Mrs Eliza Edelon Baker widow ot Judge W H Baker died at licV homo here on llast Thursday evenujg after a linger jng illnessof consumption The deceased was a daughter of thO late Le8 Edelen a former citizen of the county and her age1l mother still survives hpr Mrs Baker was a woman of inx st ex cellqntcharacter and was a high minded and devout Christian and her life was one of devotion to her husliaiid and children Besides her two groSvh sons Messrs Leonard jmd Bene diet two yjbunger bqys and a daughter surviveN Several brothers and sigtbrs also arc left Ito mourn her death The funeral took place at Sk Dominic church with High Muss on Saturday morning LETTER LIST n 1Iing unclaimed in the Springfield postofflcp for week ending April loth- MrsBellBeny Mrs IjBowers Aisa Burton Billie Carrico G CieJD F Corel T P Degman W C ors Mrs Julia Clark J C Coffee 3 George Crane Roberl S Durhu Farm and Fireside E Dle Fenwick Lulie Edelen Lizzie Edelen John- FQter R G Ed wards J J Fowler Davu Ewing Jacob Hardy Ella Harris Miss Tuny Goatley Mr Deli Hope The Great Western Plant COI Mr Huen Miss Bell Laugham Mr anti Mrs Walter Lewis Edgar Lintph col Luther Kinder 2 MissLjcui Logsdon J C Lyter Miss Temperance DalyMis Thatf McCormick Henry Mc KQhna Jane Nile Mrs Much Mudd Eden Parchraan James VV Powell L UisPuto Miss Margarale Tackett Herman n cot tj May iThomas Susan Shuck Lou Shuck Florence Smith Persons caning for tnese letter will please say advertised and give date of list WA Waters P M Nice Homes for Sale contemplate moving to IIryou go into business or to your children call on us We have some nice town dnd suburban properly for sale urd- tcan suit you Prices reasonable SEAROY NEn1RKI Phone 12L Trials or Today 5 Looking facts IN THE f 3 FACE is the way the4 t 5 WISE ones act Those l who look another waytt 5 1at the trials err today but 51 add to the sufferings of t tomorrow If your eyes v are weak if film corfres over thcmor they ache or burn or bother you jjin any way dont delay I but come and ask for a Free Examination We teJUl you wliatyou f- oughtifo doyou 1aYIdfo it if youlike r C f RUSSELL j Maini t Springfieldi Ky IiIIE nOR- OPENrISTOFFICE UlSBHAUT BCIUIH Porraancntly located SPRINGFIELD KY FFRcNAL7 Greg Edelen and family of Bardstown have returned John W Lewis has returned from aHripto Grcen burg W D Cjaybroolce has returned from a visit to Jessamine county- LpydTurnerqfBardstown was iu tovn for a few days on DISJ ness Mrs Leo Haydon left Tues diy toist herparenls at Coxs Creek Miss Katie Cain ntertained at eighthand euchre on Tjuesday alternoonj Mrs Jj B RoBards has re turned froma visit to her parents in B jyje county Green T Jones of Louisville Sunday with his mother Mrs JC Talbbtf Mr Pan Kelly who has ben irifo several months is ale tb be out again Mr Pius Whelen and wifeof BavdslOivn sp2ht Sunday yith Mrs F W Si rams Mr rtE Hamilton and wife of Bardstown are visiting the farailjof J A Tong Dr and Mrs II D Hodman of Louisville visited relatives here the first of the week entertainIenClub on Tuesday evening Misses Mat ie anti Florence Roney of SvMarys attended the funeral of Mrs Eliza Baker Miss Annie McChord and H M Grundy aresperdipg several days at Tatham Springs this week + Mr G E Medley is rome for a veekor so after a business trip up Eat He reports businers to be good Mi Ellzaboth Waters and Mr Spalding Clements spent Sunday with Miss Naomi Brown near Lebanon Mrs Tom Spalding and child Ien of Bardstown are visiting her mother Mrs Den Haydon this week Miss Lyda Mattingly hasre turqed from Lebanon after a visit to her brothers B J and Bj W Mattingly Dr T D Latimer and Mr E S Mayes are attending Tran sylvania Presbytery at Lav- renceburgthis week Miss Blanche Carrico has returned to her home at Howards town after a two weeks stay with friends and relatives here Mrs H R Thompson enter tained iat dinner on last Sunday in honor of Mr Wallace Brown and Miss Nancy Williams of Bardstown who are to be married on April 28th An elegant ten cdurse dinner was served Among the guests besides Mr Brown and his fiance were Mis Mallie Stonerand Mr T Nichols of Bardstown Mr H Mack Miller and wife of Bloomfield Miss Ina Kimberliri Mrs Kate Williams Dr J M Burtonand Mr and Mrs George Colvm t1Public Notice Dont forget thi place Tomb and monument to your friends and relative graves as lowaS anyone out of the finest marble w T CAMPBELL e Texas Ky V Wanted Wool V We will pay the highest cash price for wool CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN Poeys Kidney cure maket kidceys and Uwcfcr fhtr CURIOUS WORSHIP T te Caatoni of Tliroirlns Prayer at nn Idol Ijn Japnti- Alpng the sacred rOAd bf Nikko in Japan is an idol nout which centers one ot the most curious worships in the world Upon tho surface of the statue are seen little pieces of what appear td be dried paper It you stand by the idol for awhile and wait for a worshiper to cowonlou you jtvill what these bits of paper are The devotee halts in front of the image then scribbles a prayer on a bit of the pa per The wad he then chews up into n ball and hurls at the god If it hits the face and sticks the prayer is sure to be granted and the pious pil grim goes away happy Ilthe ball sticks to some portion of thebody the omen is not quite so propitious and if It falls to the ground tbero is absolute Iy no hope Such a mode of prayer Is even more ctirious than the praying wheels of the Buddhists who set the wheel revolving and reel off prayers by machinery As John L Stoddard the lecturer said One sees of course numberless strange rites connected with religion III traveling about the world but Japau is the only land have ever visited where deities servt as targets for masticated prayers l THE BAD RUPEE I Dahram Got Rid of It but Sot the Way He Intended There lived in Rampur India a vejntler of sweetmeats named abram whose wife had weak eyes said the story teller vOne day this nina went to see a rierid at the bazaar and he left Ills stall In the womans charge fie careful mind you about the change he said to her But nevertheless when he returned home he found that she had taken in a bad rupee piece He could hardly sleepl that night for rage and sorrow In the morning ho arose early and determined to get rid of the bad rupee he sot out through the town Soon he met a boy Boy he said do ycm know the sweetmeat shop of All 111 was a rival vender Well take this rupee go to Alls shop and spend a pice for Sweetmeats there The sweetmeats you may keep I want the clang The boy departed merrily and in a little while returned wltt his mouth full S So you got the change without trou tile ehi said the man as he counted it And did All make no examination of the rupee Oh said the boy I didnt go as tarns Alls I got the sweetmeats at Bahrains shop London Modern So cietya ROCK FORMATION In One Sense Stone Do Grow and In Another They Do Not Rocks do not grofr in the sense that plants do They may increase in size by means of accretion and they may alsoj undergo other changes Old sea bells lifted up and exposedfor ages become stratified bedS of sandstone or limestone volcanic ashes And lava strewn over hills and plains become tufa hard enough for building stone awl ue pebbly shores of riyers and Smaller streams may sometimes Change Into conglomerates The simple mineral however does grow especial ly when it takes upon itself thq form of a crystal A sparkling prism of quartz increases from an atom to monster crjstals of varying length and size by what geologists know as a process of addition and assfmllatlon This proessis wonderfully slow but with a mathematiCal exactness that Is a surprise to persons even well Up Iln the science of geology In one sense stones gnny in another they do not The trystai may Ijecomo longer and larger but the bowlder on the roadside will not Increase a hairbreadth in length or width in the cxt1000ii years Most Horrible of All Dream Iso words are strong enough to point out the danger of slow poisoning by drugs which arc often taken to procure sleep whether It be nn alcoholic night cap morphine opium chloral or any other The medical wan has recourse with reluctance to these as a last and temporary resort and only lie can tell how many lIes are wrecked by the ill timed use of them and their subse quent abuse Of all horrible dreams none Is so awful as wje which assail people who habltuallnse these false comforters Better than all the drugs in the world for procuring sleep are simple food a regular life and a calm mlndCuHsells Ita Hurtful Sedentary Habit I think said the meditative bgy that a wasp would be til right if It didnt get tired Elir replied his father Where did yjou get that Idea Why one day I got a wasp on my bondnnd while be was walking around he was all rfght He didnt hurt till he stopped ta1t downr Philadelphia Press Ill Impolite Query Wpmen claim that the way to get on with a man is to give kim plenty of nicely cooked food Well answered Mr SIrius Barker irritably why dont some of them try itrWasblngton Star 1 tjCattlnir Miss Cutting That dog of yours seems to be remarkably intelligent SoWoIshYaw8 Ind eii Inwcould not begin to tell you all bet knows Mis- sCdttliigNq of course notNew York et L r We cannot control thcj evil tongues Itr others butn good life enables xis to lesplse them Cato lbI Punishment by Proxy A mother recently brought her little boy to school for hIs fizt time and shicsnid to the ten her Thijj little boy Is very delicate as he is aftiier a lit of harmonya on the loongs but it he does anything bould and I know he will bate the wan next to him an twill frlghtc i hrmChl cago Journal If Iapil V Here is a new pupll said the boys father Id like you to keep in your eye Ive a pupil to each eye already replied the pedagogue However Ill keep this one binder the lash at ant rate Catholic Standard and Times s 1It Stroncr Point AmateurThis is my latest attempt at a landscape May Isk what you think of the perspective ArtistThe perspective Is its strpntf point The further away jrdu stand the better li looks Chicago Tribune Forget yourself and 6e a gentle man may not be a new phrase but it Is a good one to paste te somebodys Uat maybo your owa New Yosrk re IIBAbHABITS Che Woman Who Didnt Want Them In Hetaelf or Other sIrs Jennings llooked through her classes at her eister Miss Sprawle with considerable severity This neighborhood has got Into strange ways the last few years or else I no tlce it more as Trgot further along she said and lest I should get into the same Jvay I vnhyouto remind menow iand t len Mnry find me backbiting like that IItO stingy Annabel Powder or Lucy Wlilte that had better look to her own saucy bad mannered girl and her boy thats the poorest scholar in No 1 or if tyou1 catch me growing close flsteU like the ministers vlte that has never returnetl the cupful of granulated sugar she borrowed tl at time the delegates came or long wind cd like Jjlne Larkin who interrupted me in the very midst of my telling her about Snlly twins ifnd went on about her spindling grandson for most tit teen minutes without stopping I want you should tell the frankly And thats not all said Mrs den nings as Miss Sprawle opened her mouth to speak If you find me getting inquisitive likeHelen Lane thats asked me three ilmes when my birth day come and what jicar I was born after my having to go tb the town yoursame by you IIt folks dont help each other whats 1he good of being set In fam flies Youve gjot a little habit of in terrupting Mary thats growing on you and Im going to do what I can to help ytf bpeak it upYouths Companion A TOUCH OF NATURE Pathetic Story of n Mother qt the Lnbrjado Coast IWrIting of thjj pcopl6 of the I ibra in Harpers Magazine Nor man Duncan tells u pathetic story of a poor mother whom the met sitting with her child utsidatheBattIe liar bor hdspital IIpvc always been HEe that she said files wonderful fjick Ive fetch cd un out here tget the air He doq bettertIn the air zur Sh e added much much better t Htoll be getting Better said I H5re ta the ios t UICklYJwould be bejter tor him and for her- She r6uld fprget Jils deformity she woyld forever have the memory of him lying warm upon her breast warm and llovely for In this memory Is kin to w men t f IiavanothcrI I Thi child stirred and complained l She I fted hm from her lap rocked him hushedj him drew t him close rockii g him 1I1he tjme ttUf 1SnJ he talk asked Shji lIdoked up iu a glow of pride and ojnswefed me flushing gloriously while shfe tuijned her shining eyes once more lupon tie gasping babe upon her bfeas He said fmamma oneel And so the Labrador 4llveyere Is kin with the whole wide world Vronicii and the Theater Avowedly iomen are both directly and Indirectly the best friends of the theatrical manager If he can pease the feminine portion 6f his audience he is tolerably sure of success for when la wow n likes a play she Induces beingsaConsidered In all places of entertain m ntt But it Is precisely on the oppo site lines that the manager commonly proceeds MOn are encouraged to push and squeeze pat and disturb and In convenience 1ladles between the atfts because smoking rooms are provided for them in most theaters Women on the Qtheb hand are eXpos 1lat d with and dcuouuced if they wear hUts at a matineeLQndon World DARING PIRATES At One Time the Japanese Were the Viking of tiLe EDt In the eleventh and twelfth centuries the Japanese were the most dashing pirates of the east In fact we might almost call thorn the vikings of the cast says a writer In an KnglIshJour nah They ised junks small ships with a scrap of sail but quite 03 ado worthy as for instance the lIttle yes sels in which the Dimes once raided our own coasts or as the craft which the Penzance fishermen have today With these Junks the Japanese roamed f the seas going everywhere nlopg tile Chinese main ravaging the castS trading and bringing 1iomj priceless works of art from China It was not until long afterward that the ruling authorities Qf Japan under the great Emperor Hidcyoshi decided that it suited their purpose to shut off communJcaUpn with the outside world nnelto live to themselves trading merely ankng their own islands The old Japanese vikings were reduced to simple fishermen and the perlud of inj ternal feudatory wars began for at that time at least Japanese would fight because they loved it Women In Japan In Japan a well bred woman does not go to the theater until she is old and ugly ItiS not thought proper for her to understand music If she Is re ligious she is termed flighty She spends most other time at home n tending to her children and servants and performing all sorts of menial service for her husband and Lila tam fly It has been saleltthat a woman iIn Japan does nut marry for a husband but to be unpaid servant to his tam ily Grestne and Srnartnea Which would ypu rather bethily great or really smarlh Smart of cpurse Why Well your mn truly great and no one ever kjtov it but It youre smart you can make people think that youre greatChIcugo Port Ai p tile X9r Family SUburbaidtbYou dont think they ever lived in the suburbs before His Wife Oh no When their cook threat cried to leave they treated the matter as indifferently as though they could get another one without any trouble Exchange A Bad FnjThe Girl What would 50 dp doc tor If you saw afman have ajbad flW the street The Bo tor d Sf hliiftG change lhis tailor ionkers S t man Handicapped He cant toll the truth if hb tries kOh yeshiecdiJ3utbe jells itJa such a way that H seems to ba llej2- Exchange A mans success does not depend so much upon lila environment as Upon- ihp nb1 r YLeIrra J I r t 7 V iSS vvv CASTO tThe Kind You Have Always Bought rind whichl1as beatin use ibr ofoperf r nnl snpe ion since f infancy Allow no one todeceive yOuin tilsAU Counterfeits Imitations and fJnstasgood are but s Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants And Children Experience Against Experiment f What is OAStORIA 7- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 6il Paregone Drops and Soothing SyruP It is Pleasant Xfr contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys TVornw land allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoaa and Windj Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the lStomach and Bowels giving healthy and Hatural sleep 1 The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend i GENUINE CASTORIA LWS JI S Bears theSignature of r rit I iif The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years criwcr hIIft1AJWi ftW iiitliti I SPECIAL SALE r I iS Of Carpets RugsV Mattings Wall Pa jg per Lace Curtains A larger stock 2J f3 than usual to pick froth Note these i prices in effect for iIjItl 0 I Saturday and Monday JNeMfj ij h Good Coton Warp Matting for 14c re u ar price 2JCa l Shaclrford Swyrna Rugs size 30x60 In for 99c price 1l25 t oqifette Rugs27x65 in for 198 regular price 2f5 11t sMoquette Rugs3ft x 6ft for 325 regular price375 t S Stair Carpeting 15c Wool Union Exlra Super Carpet 85c worthI2Ac All WCQI Filled Ingram Carpet 48c Worth 55a Lj3 Fine All Wool Extra Super Carpet 58c worth G5cf l3 Tapes ry Brussels Carpeting 55cworlh 6oc i tr 1 Piper Tapestry Brusels at 765 worth 90c J VelvetI Carpeting coll worth 125 o t 3 AU of the above are in the choicest patterns ifI 3 We have a line ofFine Rugs at t duced1prices j iJLace Curtains 45cworth 6509 rl j LaceCurtains 98e worth t S Lace Curtains and Swiss Curtains in all grads JOper cent discount on Wall Paper these twodays Positively the above prices ruIeONLY itfor the Dates Mentioned Ei I 4t r 3 R6BEkTO I Vf ON BROS i t t t f tqr t k JOHN S McElROV H- 6NLRAL JNSURANC AONTL j LfeFire and Tornado wt OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANrC v l f rjt f jL During hny absence ffomoificeA W 1F prig by jIor George Neikirlc will attehcjto any business A Jfor me v I A lt raSE EEE = a a The Big HoneyJakerrffor Hog Raisers W j taJ Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy whichfor more than 2 k ayears has stood the severest tests and in all cases cab bEIr1I depended upon g DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOG S THAT tIlEg L WJen this Remedy is fed as a pre ventivc Full particulars regard in jthis Insurance Proposition in Df Haasl book Hugologya I1CiC va1uable book for every hograiset jj IqandaFRE1 copy lof which may IseiHC had at our store lor the asking ill M r a 25 lb can S1250 halt cans 050 250 51t25 and SOc per package it i t W 20th Century Poultry Fod v V greatest egg producer qn the market JCeeps fowls prevents cholera roup and all other poultry r IIThe e fr 25 Ibba4350 25e per package l os Haas Live Stock ReMdyt IIDr For Morsts Cattle Shceji Etc implies this a REMEDY not a food and it isuni the common disorders Jn horses cat0J equalled for correcting lei ctconditioneJJ X disease Oloe AND 2Se PER PACKAGE FOR ftALEBY j 5 McCLURE WELLS CALL FOR OIRCULABS SPRINGFIELD KY l a Fpr Sale I 500 cedar posts cut any desired length and delivered Also two mules one horse mule 4years oH weiKroke one fine yearling iaare mule Addres for see F J Bv CONNOR r 4t Pr derickstown IC- yonMTflutocouulhcuiseJ for UOUIh C lad S C MQf LESHUIS fi 1 Pure bred cblckens high clst li healthy birds I i EGS1FOR15 jjSSjjAjtjjJ e S S o eo3-li aS WAe Gentleman I Front Indianany BOOTH TARPZ1GTOJ Cpyr4ht i499 by Drzb1eday NcClure Co r Ccpyrilht tD02 by McClure Tilipt Co IVby do you call tier illss Sber woodT u Bpswell whispered hi Keat Ingfa car S Thats lher name 4 A Altttsho the daughtci oj that olt tfcllow over there by t1i window Ami t herBaine Fisbeel No alleys his daughter but her lega names fSbenvromL Shes an adop Great Scott I know nil about that Id like to know if theres a man wo man or child In this part of the coun try that doesttt I guess it wont lie Fisbcoor Sherwocd either very long She can easy get A new name that lady And it she took a fancy ito Bos well why tfrn a bach I epelie wont take fancy tc Boswell very early said Kdatlng iitwa returned Mr Boswell iPIiint do yougwant to say that for ganfclyou bear for anybody to be hap- UiliiUlU Ul tvo nov and then Warren Smith approached Helen and rtiuifta If It would be asking too mud t Jf they petitioned her for some music and ie went to the piano anti sang some darky songs for them with quaint Suggestion of time dialect Two or three old fashioned negro melodic of Foster followed by some rollicking ft modern imitations with time movement nnd spirit of a4in shop milling down a kjrL flight of stairs Her audience listened tin delight from life flrst But the latter songs quitO overcame them with picas tire and admiration anti before she tin islied every head iii the room was jog gtng fromsidc to side and forward and back In time to the music while every foot shuffled the measures on tin carpet When the gentlemen from opt ol town discovered that It was time leave Jf they meant to catch their train Helen called to them to wait timid they gathered aromd liar i Just one second she said And she poured all the glasses full tobrimTimes as shejsfood in the center of the circle They made around her slfe sakl- JJefore you go shant we pledge each other to our success hn this good liome grown Indiana cider that leaves ourneans clear and our arins 8lron- gIfypu will then She began tc blush furiously and liar voice trem- Ibled but she lifted time glass high ever her head and cried bravely Heres to our caudidate The big men towering over her threw back their heads and qiiaCCeti thc gentle liquor o the list drop They i they sent up time first shout of the campaign and cheered till the rafters rang p ily friends said Mr Keating as lie and Boswell and the men from Guinea drove away from the brick housem5 4 friends here is where begin time warmest ljustling I ever did Now II guess we all think this is a great plan It 4s a glorious Idea said Mr Bqnce Time name of Harkle s Keatng drowned the oratory But tllat isnt nil That little girl wants it to succeqjS and that settles it v He gobs That night Mr Parker at work in the printing office perceived tli figure ofj Mr Tjpworthy beckoning biin niys fteriously from the pavement riyjiats time matter Buddie V Listen Shes singin over her work Parker stepped outside On time pave 1rnen rpeopJe Md stopped to listen They stood bi the shadow looking up- 7with parted lips at time open lighted windows whence came a clear soft songXownow Its volume was more slender and It melted liquidly into time night again 4 It trembled and rose and dwelt in the ear strong and pure and hearing ROUr sighed with unknown longings It- was the Angels Serenade 0 End Tipworthys sister Cynthia was with him and Parker saw that she turned from the window and that she was crying quietly She put her hand q on time boys shoufdor and patted II with n forlorn gesture which to time 1foremans eye was as graceful as It whssad He moved closer to Bud and itisb gliaud fell onCynthiate brothers other shouT3er as he realizetUthat red liajr could look pretty sometimes and he wondered why time editors singing F made Cynthia cry and at time sumac time he decided to be mighty good to Bud hcncqforth TIm spell of night and somuethhmigSwore for It Is n strange inbxplicablu Ifact that time most practical chief ever known to th S Ilerphd hind a singularly sentimental influence over lher subordi natesv from the moment of her arrival jgiider JIarklcss domination there lad Scn n hi6rp sfnadfjist hnrbplnrs In St Nerve Fag if You Waste Your Nerve Energy After y Awhile You Will f Suffer For It You can waste nervo force by excess w roerwork worry anxiety etc fou can weaken yourseU by not eating proper food or securing sufficient rest to renew the ncrvo energy you use up- jSThe proper treatment In addition to good phbsphatic food such na whole T meal bread prepared cereals etc Is 4 Dr Miles Restorative Ncrlne Thus is as truly n brain and nervo food as any food you could eat and be sides furnishes strength and tono of its ownS which goes to tho weakened nervo 4system and sets it to rights P Dr Miles RcstoraUvo Xcirlno is a re freshing rcTltallzlnz tonic foodmedicine for the brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nerve tissue and fllls your 5i languid brain with new life and vigor SDr Miles Nervine has hiado so many marvelous cures of people so eck tim t doctors thought they were incurable tliat it Is today tho standard medicine In many thousands of American homes The flrst bottle Is guaranteed to help you or dwgglst returns your money The xtrcmo heat close confinement- end intense mental Btralii incident to moSto suffer vith nervousncs and insomn nIi it gives pleasure to sai thnt1ive usei Dr Mhhes ervino wttii Svery saUqfactoy results in the treat c cnL of U c aaectlons I am now on j4S my bottle and eat and sleep well p in facthavr almost forgotten that f poeaa erve1t L1 DALIIY Asst hir Itath Bank xarcana Ark s YZZI Write to sur for Free Trial Packao of Dr Miles Anti- fIn km the New Sclehtino Remedy Pain AIso Bywjtoni Our Specialist will diagnose rowrcaSe tellyou what is rong and how to rlgtDR hlL13 1uEDIC4I JIORATQR1 EL1cIlAn IND Carlow than 1tcm SeLoleM and Cnieo rnrkfcr and like tlmcroui youths d graveyard daring and mookhig tile ghosts in tinier io assuage their own tiir they hdo gWed and jeered at the married state that thore was tillk ot urging the minister to preach at thinn lint now Jejt it be recorded thatat the niomcpt Caleb laid his hand qn Buds other Shouldgr his associate 3Ir i4ts in theSchofield enjoylny n yalk far end of town with a widow and it Is tobe doubted that Mr Tipwdrthjs heart akowas no longer in his posses sion though as lt was after oclock tliQ damsel of his desire had probably long since retired to her couch For a faint light on time cause of those spells wo mat turn to a com mont made by tile Invaluable Mr Martin some time afterward Ucfcrfing to time lady to whose voice ho was now listening In silence vrlilch shows how groat thp enthralling of lior voice wash sahi When you saw heror hoard liar or tuanageil tobe arouudany where SIte was why If you couldnt git up no hope of inarr iir liar you wanted to marry somebody Mr Ligo Willotts riding idly by drew rein in front of tho lighted win dow and listened with time others Presently he leaned from his horse and whispered tOja Than near hiiii I know thn pong 4Do whispored the otherj Yes lie and I heard her shig ittbc night he was shot We stood1 outside Briscpea and listened So c Its a seraplilc song he said con tinued Llgc Xo cschfimed his friend Then shaking hits head he sighed Well its mighty sweet 3Uic song was suddenly woven into laughter ntlic nnseencimraber and- the ligbts In time windows went out and a small lady and a tall lady and a thin old iiian nil three laughing and talking happily came down ahd drove off In tile Briseoe buckboard William Toud took hiS couragebcUveeh his teeTh and the song ringing in his ears made a desperate rssolve to calliipon Miss Bardlock that evening In spite of its being a week duy and Caleb Parker gently and stainmcringly asked Cyn Vhia If she would wait till he shut up the shop and let bUn walk home with her alulBud Soon thesqliare was quietus before nnd there wasliaiighf but peace under tile big stars of July f That day time news had conic that Harkless qfter weeks of alternate im provement and relapse hazardously lingering in the borderland of shadows hind passed the crucial point and was convalescent IlLS recovery was as sured But thqir first word of him from time niessago that he was found and was alive nOne of the peo ple of Carlow had really doubted They areimple country people and they know tliat God is good CHAPTER XII X Indiana town ioay lie asleep I a long while but it always L wakes ill some time am Plattv ille woke up in August when the Herald became a daily It was then tluit history began to lb made Time Herald printed news It had ihiidc a connection with time Asso ciated Prefes and it was sold every morning at stands fin every townMn that section of the ptatc its circulzi non tripled Two new men were brought from Rouen for the editorial and reportorial statf and Parkertalked of now pressses During the first week of the dully venture Eph Watts struck oil and tho llerald boouied the field Pooplje swarmed into town time hotel vas crowded strangers became no sOil sation Avfltfevcn A capitalist bought the whole liqrth side of th square to erect now stores and the Carlow batik began the construction of a new bank building of Bedford stone on time corner opposite the Herald Then t was whis pered nqxt affirmed that Main street was to be asphalted ThatSvas the end of time old days o PlattviMe But the man who laid laid tljie bait datioiuuppn which the nt w Ilattville was to be built lho who through tho quiet labor of fears had stamped his spirit on the people lay sick in his friends house anti did not cjirc Tom Meredith hail taken him from the hospiial torijiis own home on a quiet street in Rouen and JphC was well enough of his hurts to JK taken abroftd sonutlnjcs in a victoria where he reclined gray and thin seemingly up uioro thaii a long afternoon shad dw But for days he would He in a lethargy that made Tom despair The soul of country eiftitor was sick in side ot him he was weary and worn anti pain had left luau dulled except vh m hd thought of returiilug to Platt ville thou he felt flhy ieal horror The place did not heed Uiiiu nor he the place Fisbee had found a young rela tive to run time Honda Who sighed hi typewritten business Betters II FIs bee lima strapping hand that suggest cd six feet of muscle spattering ink on Its shirt sleeves Joint wondered idly where old Fis bee hud raked up a relative and he thought it probable that H FIsboc wns a Yankee cousin of the old man but heilid not care much for that or for anything except to keep away from Oarlow for the rest Of lmiJ life since he was to Hvel AntI there was no lon ger need to go there lie WJJB glad to know that if FlsbceJiad written him beforOrtho oil bubbled in EphA wehII that to buy stock In Mr Watts com pany might be vprolijablo especially as the stock was1 than feoJow that It was almost Impei eptible and Htirktegs hud a little money he hail saved lie let Mereilith arrUigc it for him and afow lay lator thostpcfc leatjed clbudward However hits modi st riches interest ed him as little asdid everything else He left his lied less and tqok no moro drives and his Iqthargy deeji L cited The only thiii In which he showed la tercet rvas the joogroseionnl cam paigji fit ffie distruj It was fur ad vnucedbofore the Herald spoke ofit utah and Hatkless saw that McCune hind llft dlih1tctl One day Toin came In mind found him writing on a pad on his knee AS4f Rouon Sept 2 Dear Mr PlsbeeYoura of thelst to hand I entirely approve all arrangements you have made I think you 1crstind ibirginys r if rcsponsbillJinUcv nr w ttter pr p r r i rii t you i person if that ivr h tp na but until that time regard ru ca mor spectatori I do not f tr that u w ll make any mIs- takes You haive done very minh better In all matters thin I ciuldhave done mylf At present I fiavc only one adffgestlon I observe that your editorials concerning Halloways rcnomlmitten are something lukewarm It 4s very important that he be renomlnated not munch on account of assuring his return to Washington for he Is no Madison I fear but the fallow McCune must bo beaten If we have to send him to the penltenttarj on an old issue tp do it The maim la corrupt to the bone He has been bwight anti sold and I am glad the proofs of it are In your hands as you tell ma yoit found them as directed in my desk The pjyters soii hold drove him out cf politics once Ulh mere throat of publication Ypwyshould 2iav printed them last week aX I aug frested Do so at once rite time Is short The Herald hi ajittfe paper ttwt so little nowadays atU r all thaakstb you hut U Is an hojneat one smut lilmt afraid ot lied McCdne and his friends please let me see as hccrty a word aayou can uy for Italicway mtlo JlYuu can Write with ginger Please let Hw haveicm in this matter I am very truly yonrp JOHN HARKLKSS Wlmenfthelotier tvai concluded he haildcxl it to Meredilh Please ad- dre that put ar iicciai on it amid ssmul it Toin It slwuld go at ouce so as to rcacjhini toalgiit 1I Fifibee YdsH FIsbhe believe it ICeS you goal to write boyr Id time oilier as lie int over htm you took moore chftifttpy tbain you liave for several d lts that boost McCune This young Fisixse Is mthcr qutvr shout Jt I felt stirred up arl wcut Jtloi tir limit even before the aentence fiaWiwl tim favor of age and titter wcnriweie re turned mind the drk Ikig clsawl over lila eyes Tlry opened sillily nnd he took the otltorg Imml aml lookitl up at him mournfully but a It wire he soul Bhone forth in dnnib maul ala qltent tlwiiks- I Im giving you a joiiy suuitii r Toin he suidvtith a quiveriMg effort to snrilc punt you think i am I doiitI dont know whist Iidiouidimve dontt Ybu od Indian said Meredith ten dorly Throe days lftter Tom was rejoiced by Bymptom of invlgoiatlofvln his pa tjoiit A telegrain came for Uarkless Hiid Meredith bringing it into the siek room was surpn exl to 1ml the qcciil ihiut sitting ttrjii ht up en his couch without tIme prop of pillowg lie was rcauinif time days copy of the Ilcfald andhls fape Avas Ruslietl and hii brow stern Whats mat tor boy MlsiuaJWRtinfi nt I lioie said the otfwr in n strange voice wowe ppr haps ltls tUls young Fisbce I cant lliinlc wlmts uottoe over time dow I thought lie was a trcjuKjre lieyiwl ilfeaina nml hell turning out bad 111 swonr if looks like tlwyd leeimwell I wont say that yet hut he hasnt print thrt HcCtm bysin ss I tolJ youdf xnd lies lit two days There Its iiian a week before the convention andr rle broke off seeing tbe yeilow euveiope InMarediths imml Is that a telegrain for meV iys companion gnve it to hiisi He tore its opaj aud Mad time contents ibe v were brief luiIlUliIiepI135 Cant you do sonwthlnR Cant yotu cottse down It begins to look the other way II 4Toni give we that ptd anti pommel snidUie skk mwn lie rapidly diftjhcd Oil a note to II Fisibec Sept 5 H Fl beej Edlto Carlow Herald r Dear Sir You have not acknowledged my letter of he 3d of September by a note which shott Id have racked me fol lorinic morqing cr by the aUerutStn In the tenor tt my columns which I rc queeted or by the publication of the Mc Cune iwp m which I directe In this I hoW you grraly at fault If you 1mve a oonceiitk c reason for refusing to carry out my request ft phould have been munleated to me at one a ns should the fctiif such be tho case that you arc a perapnal cr Intparaonal if you like friciul of Sir Rodney McCune VThater r the mo tire which prev ntB you froth operating my Itcpcr na I direct I should have been in fonnea of It This is a matter vital to the iHtcrests cf cur coiniiiunlty and you have hitherto shown uTsclf ton girt In ac rcltIr g my htst m4LgestiI I r construe tls falhirc as ncrllgenrt 3Ji t3 ipiti by Um- c tVTlE tv t tur i ixi t m M irit s pa r I am itl aware of tsie atlors un dfr vhKh y it feStr jrio oi Ifiicy and your thgnghlf uln ss in many nautura have placed ne It ia to ou I owe my unearned profIts from the transaction In oil and it is to you I owe the Heralds extraordinary present circulation growth of power and Influence That power cUll under my direction and Is an added responsibility which shall not be misap plied Are you sorry for Mc5 ne I warned him long ago that the papers you hold would be published If he ew tried U re turn to political life and he te deliberately counting on my phyatcal weakness anti absence Let him rly izPon itI am not so weak aa he thinks I urn sorry for him from thp bottom of rajf heart but life HoraM is not You need nt reply Ujr letter Tomor rows JMB anwer for yen Uj lll I have received a 6opy I withhold my Judgment 4Oi iIARI LEs Tomorrows Ige othnt fateful priVt on which depended John Hnrklegj opinion of H Ftabeos lntgritycdn tnlntl an editorial addressed to the delegates of time conventioft warning them to act for tire ltl interest of the community and declmltie that the op portimUy to be ghen them in time pros eiit coaveiitlcnw s a fttfe one a sin guiar plete of g6od fortiiHc iwleed They were to liare a chance to vote for a manHvio bad won the luTe and i4 sict at every nerjon In tbe district iMKwho ba4 suffered for bis champion ship of righteousness one whom even Ms few political enemies confess fury held In personal altcctlon aud 03 teein one who had been the inspiration of a now era one whose life bad been bclpfubkS whose hand had reached out to every sjtrujfgler and unfortunate a man who had met and faced danger for time sake of others r one WH lived under it threat for years and who had bren alniostoverborne in tbq fulfillment of that threat but who would live to K2e the stilt tiiiiuc on lila triumph time tribotft time convention would bring him as a gift front a community that loved Itim Ills name needed not to be told It was on every lip that morning and in every heart Tom wa eagerly wafching his panion as lie read HartleM fell back ou time duiows with a drawn fee and for av moment ito laM lila tutu hand prer bis eyes in a jatture ol intense pain Whatisitr Memlith saiaQuickly Give me tlie QM ptaMe1 VVhat is it boy The pthfrs te jli snapped together Wljat hilt CrItd What Is it Its treaelwry anti the worst 1 evcr kney Not a woixj of the accusation I demandtd lying pra1s fc ipsfead Read that editorial there tUcte He struck thepajse With back othls hand and threAv the paper to ilentiuiu Road that misenibJe He tOne who lila Won the love and respect of eveiy peison in time district Qne wiio has snfferet for his fhanipiodghip of righteousue Righteousness Save the mark tWhat does itlntsan Mean Jt +uis McCune Roil Me Cune who has lived under a threi for years my threat I swore r would jHintI Hla out of Indiana If UP xv lilstd his head again and be kn w i coId Almost overborn in tIlt ful Ailment of that threat ahlmlt Its a black clHme and I see It now Thls imtn canto to Plattvllie and went on the Herald for nothing In time world but this Its JleCtmes hand all along He darent name him even now the cow mIni Tho trick lies between McCune arid young Plsbce the old man is iuito cent Give iim the pod Not almost overborne ljieiti are three good jlays to work In and if Rod McCune sees congrtae It will be in lilg next Incarna tlou jv- It rapidly scribbled a feW linwi on jmd mind throw the sheets tot Mere tlllb Get those tclegrai totuc Wcst etvi U ton alike in a rush i teae Read tHoui first f TItli wide eyes Toui real tbeni Ono was to AVarfeii Smith TakeitoawwivhJ Herald Tit is your authority luWteh W Cun pi per co lai eied which II Fisbe whi ttaiwl you Ieat MeCun JOHX TIA KLBSS The jMoadwas addrefseil 4n U Fis bee y are relieved from the cum ot ed it jrtbfp Toil wUl turn ever tha qi nagc c ent cf tim Herat to 5arren Smith X ra vftl gfv klm the McCun papers If Co st tr if you destroy Ultra you ciftnot bide where Khali not ftaJ you JOIIW HAKKLESS CHAPTER XIII ERY early In thVi T J I inesKetigcf boy tftuibletl up ri the fmout mttiea Of Mere LJ dkms hinmst biyidJxl the colored iwrvanj four ytllow Volopea nlgbt messaglw The man carried thotu upstwlrs left throe with ills masters guest tb Hi kncekod 01 IcmlltUg door till a ri poiJje ns snirxal him that time occupant was ara tba fourth euvolope Under the door er ilitTIay quite wttboat motion for several minutes ateepily watcbhig time yellow rliombold the crrvleei It wa ai baleful Ipokin hiiigto mfx itself in ivltb a pleasant Ircaw ami Insist onbeiiy read hilt after w while be climbed groiurtngly out of beu anti poruscd the ineawige with iicarjfejes still half asleep He rtfadlt twlep before it penetrated i Sup re s eli newspapgrs today Con v entise meets at If ws wjoccou a Delegation will conic to Itoufn this after noon Th y will come HELEN T9in rubbed lila sticky eyelids anti Shook his head violently ii aSi artan effort to rouse himself but what more effectively pcrfPrmcd thS ask for film were certain bounds that Issued from liarkieas room acrOss time hall For some minutes Mcredlt bid been dully conscious of ja rustle antI stir In time htvalus duiOiber mimi lie began tj realize that no mere tossing upo i a bvtl yrduld account 13tit noiaiti that r a bpil htm across a wide ball and ilifougli iv o closed c4ore of ibitk wal- iitiitt Sjkldfyly lie lyajnl a qnleki heSyy tread shod fn Harkjeas rooai and resonniMMg bang as sonic lie vy object Btnidft time itoor rIme doctbr was not to eoie till evening Time servant bad gnne owmitnlrs thmo Iii Li Ie ei mans room wore slmea lIlt rubied ietos3 tIme Imil In hits pajntua mid threw open th mooched dooh lite LtiTfAvas dlsnjrrangifiil awl Va eant r llarklnss fully ilrc secl was stiMidlny in the uikUHe of the flo r hurling gnrauMitsi ntt n small trunk Tim Ijofriftetl Ivrodlth l for u see outl biettciieil antI sipealil aBjthon lie rushwl ujjon his amid MizQil hunt wHli both bands Ml by heHvcnl ladr Iirtvsrtof foiri Iiuatk Lunatic DdHt stop uie htstnntr Meredith filed to force luau toward tl1w lIed Xo got Wtek to bed Youi tiehhikiis Lv DailrJoHS ntJthimmr Im ft well macil CJb to bd Go to heel IlarklesB act bni out of the way with one iixn To bed lie cried Jm adg to IIviSTo bo continued I5coc000-h rillftiireMfr1 users f LON COFFEET-e are going to bo more liberal than cveiinl904ato users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as 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and eating becomqls o feimorc a pleasure as well as a neces sity There JG KO case of Constipation however chronic that cannxjt4 be wholly eraditated by first going to the root of the trouble All f6rms of indigesticin arfc tho results of an inactive liver or Ikidneys Then Iolov3 Constipation and Piles together vitH cn accumulation of gases in the bowels General debility at last overtakes the patient and there is a loss of courage in all he undertakes Each arid everyone of these morbid conditions can bo obviated by a moderate use of Dr1arstedts German Liver Powder Would you tryiit Then make use of coupon herein printed The exact cure you are looking for is within your roach HOW It costs you nothing to try the remedy Ifw ill cost us many thousands of idoilars t o circulate these free samples but this is burmethod advertising when once you have used the remedy you will not chi to go back to the poisbnous drugs and doubtful Constipation cures with which Ihe market is being flooded be acist 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have taJen Thrco iloscs comllictelyrestored nirliealthanti I have beeaTtidjng illicS mfliL I irrite thesO few lines to Inform sufffr1nmrjumaimtty what a iraluabls medicine you hdTei f Yoiiwill observeth4t he corroborates biir fullest claims and further testifies that the medicine is- pleasant to take1 a fact which we feel you will not overlook Wow Goodthgestton wab oa appetite And heztMoi both Shakespeare thus intimates to us that a harmcni4 ousvrbrkingof thick digestive organs is altogether paramount to hunan happiness Nothing anie nearer the truth Nothing is mpre dispfriting than to know that you are the victim jbfsomeunreachi t able disorder jiothing so comforting as to know you areno longer overshadowed by it Our frge proposition If ycti need Dr Carls1edI ST BOTTiS FRELrut I tiermai Liver Psw r and have never tried it please send us the coupon below We will then send you an order ofl tint druggist named belowfor a full sized bottle free and we will pay your druggist ourselves for if This is oar ree gift Jnade totonvince you to allow you what cDr istetHs Barman LIvsr Powder is and what it caa do To accept ft places you under no oblfgations whatever No stci odcan neglect such an off r and be fair to himself TheiomryTact ci the o1er nmnst cormvinie you that CIeledis German LIvar Powdar does as we claim We would surely not pay for a bottle and give it away if thcje was any doubt bE results You want thoss resutts vodwant to be welL Wont you let us at our expens show you the way Dr Carlsfedts German lrer Powder isi said in two sags 25ifanl SI CUT OUT THIS COUPON 4Per this offer may not appear azain Fill out the blanks and mall It to The American Phcmacal Co1 Evaiuyillerilndr lbSJly disease Is t tm I have never tried Dr Carlstedts German Lher Powder but It roll Will supply me a 25c bottle free Iwill take It i ei full addreu WriIomditahit s r For J further particulars call Upon us and convinced UT HAYD 0N Ihaniie AND MODERN needed i Loflr8stFatcsE7erIM3 and March 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