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I t v Y J MJN1 t f 1 iA IHL NEWSLElDERi ft SY + f 1i i I i U Y F f jrt d lO f f tid f tt 1 l i1i rvlataNewSriesVoI i No 16 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT KENTUCKY APRIL 21 1904I t iioo AYEAB L t L 0 f 4i L i A t IIS fi WOldPSOK Jr8k CBOBUIUJ BUBT- flllSvfr I UNDERTAKERS Thompson Jr Or t AND EMBALMERS l = Jj Carry in stock all kinds of Fanera supplies PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY 1 SPRINGFIELD county seat of YafchinjjWn County 52 miles souK I test oil lucxUigton 59 mites from Louisville on Bardstown branch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad inJ a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumberyards Pop ation llOOj population of county 15000 t Representative iu Congress Hon I flf Smith HOdFenville Ky iRepreseatativeV in Keutucky Le islC lature Mon W iH Claybrooke j Representative State Senate Hop Harry Iancaster Lebanon Ky County lrector1I CIR rTvr COURT t Circuit Court b fins on the fourtk o Monday in e aary May and OctoO ber JC B Pattcsc Judge RiDirhain Commonwealth AtItorn y F JJ Campbell tr1i k MG Leachman faster Commiss loner QUARTERLY COURT O iitarterly Courtis held on the third ilonday in each mouth II B I liitsey Judge COUNTY COURT County f Ccirf meets on tbejfourtb 5415tr Monday in etch mouth n5rLitseyrudge W F Booker County Clerk T S MayesCounty AttorteToOGeorge Catljtt Jailer Byron CroaKe Sheriff Richard Isham Sidney Osborne R H JSlullican Deputies Ed Masters v James F Moore County Surveyor fi r S I Royalty Assessor T PO ryan Deputy S Rib rt Noe Treasurer HJ M Montgomery CoronerdJSy Bush Supt of Common Schools PO Springfield CITY COURT Sanies RNcPolice Judge Jjhu Gracs M xwhal IW F Grigsby City Attorney SJ JUSTICE CUiToJustice Courts ar held in Januaryt April Julynd OcfobertChurqh Directory i BA1flSTCHURCHLRev S V Aices every Sunday at II am and 700 i pm Sunday School at 900 Prayer Meeting on Wednesday tiight at 700 METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Sundays in each mouth abil a In and 730 kp m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 am pta r meetingevery Wednesday night I CATHOLIC CHURCH fRevP F Hennessay Pastor Ser viccs very Suhdayat 8 antI 10 oclock a m Sfcrvices at St Rose same hours fSj CHRI IAN Key Felix Pastor Service- iccofrdrind fourth Sunday in each jcnoulh iL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH i Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting j every Thursday evening at 7 oclock Fraternal Ordeas iAEOT4LODGE Springfleidibdge INo SO mets second Mouday in each L month WashihtonrR 0 Chapter No 57 saa every third Monday I Sprinjrneld Council No 52 meets on everY lourth Monday- KNlGHlSlofTHHSM ACAHEKS Meet ftvcitifv ineachmon HCn qt 3 IT AMERICAN sssssSSSS5SSSS 4 I I 1LL SILVER TRUSS iiL I ILIGIITf COOL I ZU7LOWC3r Xeutai No pressure oa Severed Hips pr feck- HernlI jJ No nnd entraps I f3 wkkC1hgi Neycrwwet r For sale by C J Haydon 1Iiii I iiavetWed Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets with moSt satlsfaclorj 4S yeSulta 513 Mrs JF L Phelps olj Huoftoo Texts For indgcstioi tjiUossttJss and oniti aUm these tab jets are most exrcHent Sold at Hay a 0445 Drugstore ttiSiKS2 iUJj SSriH i ij fJMro W t I klA ROUND Of TftLli l t l1 Qtc1z M tVOICCSOf Written p theNKvsIKADEn What are the wild winds Sying auhWhen they sigh thro tightened torff dage Aa they sveep the face of the sta As they shiverthe bending mast As thy te through the tatteledsiils And pierce tho deafear of the railorwWith the shrie1rx vortjru man8j wail Oh they speak of strained heart strings strung tight as the strings of a lyrcf lia wail out the griefs of the soul When swept as with fingers offiresThey speak of the crash of fond hopes Ana of joys that are no more j Of ace proud sailing vessel Now stranded and wrecked On the shore What are the hot winds saying Brother h what are they saying to thee While tossing up sandy billpwsj As winds toss the waves of the sea- tWhen fSimoon comes in his To entomb in the sandy main furyll and wealth of the caravan As an army buries its slain Speak of the shifting sands of life mfnfOf a gloom that fell atmidday Speak of the furnace of trialtn which the great jjudge hath dehi TbeThe gold and silverrefinsd oWhath what are they saying to thee Those soft balmy heralds of spring An freighted with odors from groves Where woodbines twine and bright biads sing 0Winds that have dallied with gpices bThatWinds that now come to regale ns With tropical wealth of perfume They speak of an evening of rest follows lifers day ofthot strifc f rest neath the shades of the trees ofWhich shadow the river of life MIIKS SAUNDERS r it Crockettsville Ky f- iX BED LieutWill Reed who has been with the Sixth U Cavalry at Ft Mead South Dakota has been detailed for uty at the Worlds fair at St Louis He is to be with the Jefferson Guards and the place will he a pleasant one for him Will writes friends here that he Will be IqcatecLnear the Kentucky building and that he wants all f his Washington county friends t9 look him up when they visit hebg show anU helwill see that they havea good time The ap pointp mf was se uted thr ugh ieut Reeds influential friends at Washirigton and elsewhere Representative VVJX Claybrooke secured the signature of all of the members of the Kentucky Legislature to a petition which b was filed with his application for the appointment i T5T ILD S tORIESTIe small pox scare as far af t Springfield concerned is aboit over and i something can be don to sileiice the busy manU I acturer of vild and false alarms about new cases and other com i plications which do not occu the town will soonsettle downta its usual routine of business I The situation here has never j been such asjto cause alarm or of t sucha nature as should keep visitors away from the town at all but the majority of the people shyso easily L9a small pbV i scare that they did not come lnearl the true tate of affairs It is wOnderful tb hear some of the wild rumors put afloat during the first of the week of the scare and after all the people could stayingIaway if they beleived but the half of the stories afloat As we have observed in this connection befprp the worst part about this smaltpox business Sj5 the scare The disease itself in the form dejtrelpped here does not appear dangerous Its the scare that hurts a town A eminentf citizen of Bardstbwn ws heard to remark We have had more smallpox in Bardstown this winter than you have lULU in Springfield And such is the case as regards Lebanon also but the citizens of those towns have managed things better They have successfully quaran ttined and suppressed the scares The care has never been allowed to get beyond control and con sequ irtly everything has gone along smoothly a nd business 1ft wSs hutowii has not suffered Har rodsburg another of out neigh boring towns has also been wrestling with the disease and withi the scare for inany months nd hus had both well under control until Recently when a death occurred from small pox and thenthe scare broke from all conti61l and the town now- uffcrstbe absence of many oii1dbeviitorsISBANDINGThe local mili DJtary company known as the McChord Rifles wiLl probably oanbe mustered out of service and the members will not get the trip tOI the Worlds Fair which they ifad been counting on so strongly The members of the compariy have been ordered to bring in all uniforms and equip ment preparatory to an inspec ion and all or the articles will have to be accounted for and turned over as the property of the State before the company is- usteredout The company has evel prospered since the en campment at West Point CaptI has tendered hisMcElroy resig tion but it has boon cepted- here has been a general lack of discipline among the men and nly a few would attend drill or take any interest in the affairs f the organization Ifthe com puny could have been kept together and could have agreed a captain the Jboys would have een grentlre trip to the World Fair but the chances now look decidlyi slim in that direction The majority of the members hovever are decidedly in favor being fnustered out as many i 1saidlregretted goingi into it soon after they were given theI rst taste of soldier lifO 1 ONViSNTiOK Mr George VJL Cqlvin chairman of tile Republican county committee has called amass convention of the Republican voters of Wash ington county to be heldat the Court Houso here on Saturday April 23d for the purpose of naming delegates to the district convention to be held at Shep herds vrllemuy 2d andto attend the State convention in Louis villcToii Tuesday 1lirardAtthe State convention delegates tot Naftnal conyentioh at St Louis in Juneto nominate canl didates for President and Vice President wi11be namedy DO IT TODAY The timeworn ii iiuiitionNeAer put off Hillj tomorrow What you cmid do today is now generally presented ni this form Do it today That i itlin terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or de- moralizIng cold with which you bLve been struggling for several days porhaps wpeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and t that remedy be Dr Bos cneejs German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cdld and iits continued use for a taw days will cure you com pletely No matter low deep seated your cough even if dread Consumption has atta eked you- ungsGcrmnan effect a cureas Syrup it has WiIJsUleJYj ore in thousands of ItbpeJess cases of lung few trial bottles 25c trobbleI size The At 0 J Haydons drustoreS Tray AerEcS Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writts is Watkins of t Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sadhavcc with him and a terri blejcough sot inbesides Doctors trxjatea him but he grew worse tvery day Atlenglh we tried IXr Kings New Discovery for Gposumplton and our darlingI was saved lies now i well Everybody ought to knowLj hs the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lunn diseases Guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist Price 5jOc and IOo rial bot lesJOAS onJARearitboTha Yoi Bousttj 81crS dens nfon Smith Drury hid1a nice mare to die last weekt t Mrs Dora Grain of East Bbrnstadt was visiting relatives her Jast Week V H Harmon still remains very low His recovery is doubtful jArchie Gray near this place who has been very low for severall weeksjis getting better and is now going bout some JL Harmon of this place is offeririg his farm for stile Says he is going to Oklahoma soonas jslls Mr Harmon has ace be illOIIUUKJ place iiiiu w regret selling it loirs Ainanda Graham from Diekvjlle is visiting JF Mat tingly of this place J L Harmon lost seven nile hens by letting them eat where he had fed his hogs arsenic John arsenic is 0 It for hogs but nogqod for owls I A K Grain and wife were visiingr her father J hRtnv lingsof Perryville Sunday Good For Ctilta The ulclsant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives Immediate relief in all cases of Cough I a Grippe andl Croup because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out be inflama tion heals and sroothes and cures per mancntly by enabling the lunns to contribute pure lifegiving and life sUstaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minue Cough Cure is- nkasantto take and it is good alike for young and old Sold ball druggistj More Riots Disturbances of strikers jire not nearly as grave as ah iiidi vidual disorder of the systdin Overwork loss of sleep nerVous tension will be followed by utier collapse unless a reliable rome dytl is immediatsly employed There s nothing so eflicfent to cure disorders of the Liver or rKidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for runlpwnl systems It dispells Nervous ness Rbeiimatism and Neuralgia and expels alaria Rerms Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by CJ Haydon Druggist ScrutsviIIe J J Roddick purchased a load of corn of Felix Noel at GO cents per bushel Douglas Royalty luis moyed his saw millbn the ftrm of Gabe Keightly near lawn Steve Bishop a prcminent young man of this place left last wepk for Illinois He wiLl missed very much by his many young friends Sabe Hiirdin purchased of Doc Lewis asteam engine MisMabel Keeling has re turned home after a pleasant visit with fHends arid relatives in chaplinj r The tinners were out from town last Tuesday to roof the veranda of H T Scruggs new Residence Mr S E Yocum of Borden Cal was in our midst last Saturday The cold weather still continues and farmers are comp tfi scnrcIlong continued cold weather will certainly bring tovriiind the old adage make hay white the sun shiaes Mrani Mrs Fred Cheatham and daughtor Eva spent last Sjuriday sihi their parents Mr andMrs L HT Hardin The afflicted son of Will Ham din near Polin died Sunday and Was buried in Rock Bridge cemetery on Monday MISTLETOE Best hldedicille lOr Children IWhen you bay a tough medicine for small children you want one inwhich yon can place impHcic confidence You vant one that not only relieycs cures You yant one that is un Ljbut ab ly lharmless You want one is pleasant to take Chamber Iains Cough Remedy meets all of these conditions There is nothing so good for tne toughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a preventive and cure for croupt and there Js no danger whatever from whooping conrh when it is given It has been used in inaiiy epidemics of that disease with perfect success tfor Bile at Hay dons Drugs tora a Washington Letter A week has to obliviou flittedrA brought us nothing very new the virtuous lobby has not quitted ThePresitTent is still on view The Congress plays a waiting parae And scandal mongers compand go And things about the same As 1ien I wrote a week ago It still seems as it seemed aI we9d agb that Congress may succeed in Adjourning oy theI nrst of May foj the postofiice appropriation bilL which has been a thorn iin the side of the j administration pa sedne Senl1j ate i esterday and has gone to conference on tJc amendments These last did not include the- Gorman0 ltl Gr onator in behalf o the Democrats iC have a Congressional investiga tion of the llegeci corruption of members for that was defeated by party vote after nn acritno nious exchange This bitterness culminated Tuesday Jn the ven erable and distinguished Senator Teller being insulted by Senator Hppkins of Illinois t The persistent and aggressive efforts made bv Senator Gorman and others to amend the bill so as t+ provide for a Congressional mye tigation of the prevaleut scandals were quite unavailing Senators Lodge Allison Aldrich and Spooner boldly avowing that they did notwant any in vestigation of post flice manage ment except such as had been made by the Department itself That they declared was quite snfficieiit and covered the ground It is now revealed that the funeral of Senator Hanna cost the goverment more than 30000 although he was a millionaire Last week more than forty speeches were delivered in Sen ate uid House iu eulogyof Sena tor Hanna and Representatives Burk anti Foerderer aid mem bers have leave tb print fpr ten days T iese willVbe published in immense volumes and the funerals and eulogies of the three men will cost the country tot less than 100jOOO Last evening at the Iroquois Club at Chicago Lieut Gen Miles made an effort to repair his boom which has been some what frActured by getting tan geled np with some Hdry mate rial that has escaped from the Prohibition camp He could not speak freely about the subjuga tion of the Filipinos the taking over of Panama or even the Eastern war so that his speech was sure to be perfunctory and commonplace On Tuesday there was intro duced into the Senate a bill prd viding for a civil government for the Panama canal zone There is expected to be a popuiationof proIcess of construction There is to be 110 involuntary seryitude imprisonment for debt which is good since some 40000 cooties or negroes will be importedand- made to work at the very lowest wages Religion is to be tree which will enable the Chinese to set up their Josshouses One member of the Commission will have executive authority and four will e able to pass needful laws these powers beingdele gated to them by Congress Where Congress got the right to transfer to seven citizens of the United States the power to make and enforce llaws is a questionS which no yeally person will eyer ask The terrible tragedy on board tleVerytl i1 JjersImpure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nervesthen neuralgia nerv ousness depression If t- heSarsaparilla stomach then dyspepsia biliousness loss of appetite Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 years Hetnrnlnr from the Cnton w1r I was a iuyJiesithSanaprilla completely cured me ttCDOintJ8ci ntonr 0100 a bottla joc unoo All drug lata rorMas Impure Blood a M there not too much rivalry Are t we not having too many powder tournaments Are we not so strong that we are weahSo strenuous that we are imprudent and foolish Are we allsinglng Hurrah for the next that dies There will be lively times in the Senatenow that Tillman has returned with a reconstructed throat Jacob Riisj the Bos well of the President Albert Shaw of the Review of ReviewsI and Alex McCormick of thel Newspaper Publishers Association breakfast d at the White House MJls Gen Miles is recovering Postmaster Gen Payne is in Oalveston afflicted with the gout Gen Miles made a ringing peh that had the scream of the old- someWhat e gl8 4Mliou8yiSS5 handicapped by the rumor that tho President is lying in wait to catch bUn in some utterance lhatcanbe called indiscreet dnd have mm court martialed r GOO J SPIRITS Goods irits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the Jiver arid all the fine spirits ever ma e In the Blue Grass State cou d not remedy a bad liver or tie hundredandone il effects it produces You cant have gOt spirits and akbad liver at the sane time Your liver must be in fine condition it you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bight of eye light of step vigorous and successful1i1 jour puraif its You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flowert n e greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain Cure for dylpepsfi or indigestion It has beeh a favorite uousenold remedy for over thirtylive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and activeand thus insure you a liberallsupply of good spirits Triall size 25c regular bottles 75c AtC J Haydons drugstore A Care tr llcaaclie Any man woman or child suffering from headache biliousnesS or a dull drowsy feeling should take One or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers nIght and morning These famous little pills are famous because they area thic as veil as pills White they cleanse the system they strengthen- dndrelnmliditby theirtonic effect on the liver bowels Sold by all druggist ArYoUJdDVsprDtiCj If you are dyspeptic jyou owe ittoj yourself and your friends to gctwellj Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only cuijer dyspepsia Indigestion and scur stoniapb but this palpatable recon structive tonic digestant strengthens the w ole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the fOOd 9ueat is juyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrient properties Appropriated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Sold by all druggists ANeW Scheme Worked Well tA cleverer scheme that the gold brick method is said to have been successfully worked ou a goodinan iin Warren county thist state It was done after this fashion Two strangers ap pear ina neighborhood and locate a hollow tree oh the premised of some thrifty farmer and into the hollow dump a bushel more or less of spurious silver dollars They next go to the hoiisq of the owner of the farm and telj him they hive discov ered on his farm a hollow tree filled with silver dollars and take him to it pill out the incney and tell hFrn inasmuch as they made tbe discovery and were honest enough to Notify nira of the mysferious find they think the fair thing for him to do would be to divide the money with them It generally works well Alter getting the money out and counting it the stran gers conclude that the burden is too heavy for them and veiiher exchange it lor bills or a check and depart leaving te unsus j pectiog victim wish as many spurious silver dollars as he can wag WAIITEDMCfl or women as reprenjatiyes for a higfr class magazine Large commissions Cash prizes Write J NTraln er 80 East Washington Square New YorkN Y jAjWEjj I llillsboro We understand hat ono man here is going to plant his Corn early Hesays he wants to get ahead ot the cut worms If he does he will be the first man that ever got ahead of them in this country The subtle sounds and smell of spring are upon us at lasts She has been some little time in showing tier smiling face spjull dewIof sunshine and opening her I drops ot summer How it gladdens the hearts of the farmers and they greet her winning ways with cheery whistle and song while busljall the day ac making furrows deep and long Dr Oscar Shewmaker and J BrSllUieriand went to Willisburg Sund y1iz1crstandIthat the Pearls and Rubies Si absent but the boys came Jack wearing their disappointment bravelyysaying that a faint heart never won a bright Pearl or Ruby We are glad the boys were not discouraged for we rfSrtbatfor matrimony but we will not say about their chances for elec tion The resignation of Miss SalHe Fitzgerald as postmaster at Beechland probably means a discontinuation of that officeui It wi force those who haye no mail boxes to get them in order get their mail regularly The longer the R D continues the belter the people like it arid getaJcmgwithoutitt withthadaUybusiness them the benefits of a daily paper which keeps them posted on the political and business interest of our ccmntry The opposition to the R F D f is small but now and then some one who dont live doss to the road is alDst it but every good moyementmM some opposition but the opposition to cantIlast long v STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TorrooL- UCAS jjS CQt1N Y 1 Frank J Cbeny makes path tha be is seniorpartner of the firm of F1Cheney Co doing business in the City df Toledo County and Stateiafore ad and that sail firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each aqd every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cuii FRANK J CHENY j Sworn to before mp and subsribe n my presence this 6th day of De cemberA D 188C SKAt A Wv GtE ASON NotARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally and acts dire t1y on the blood add mu cous surfaces of the sfstemSendIor testimonials free i F J CHENEY Cpj Toledo O SoldbyallDruggists75cI Take Halls Family Pills fr contl pation Gommissioners Sale Fidelity it Safety Vault Co Plf EqtyMaryBy vittue of a jjudgment and order of saleof the Wa bineto ettcnit court rendered at the Pfebroary tern tbereoK 1904XJncWKaboVe cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 25 1904 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be ing county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of months the following described property towit f A lot situated on the south side of High Street in the town oT Springfield Senlinarylotssaid townSFor the purchase price the pur chase or purchasers with approved executebondot sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms M G iEACnafAN il Cow c a HardiiYauMetcr Mr Solompnii VanMeter and Miss Pauline Helm Sard in were married at 41YC orae of the brides mother here Piiesday at noon only the relatives and a fpw frjends ol the family being present Mr tiand Mrsytn Meter left on the afternoon train for an extended bridal tour among the points they will visit ire New York Atlatio Oityv Old Point Comfort and Washing ton City After May 20 thy will be at home to tir friends at the beautiful couiCrj place of Mr VanMeter B sar Lexingto- heT bride is It 4aiif tittr of MrA Kate Hardin of thii place aDd- is will known by may peopte t 4 THE OLD RELIABLE AOY4I I V n ttiK t i PDWD PWAbtoIuteTy v DI KJ tt the position pf State Librarian qwass tr tat fffCjLlerai of four years During her jeiideWS Frankr fort and in serving the puonS il Librarian Mrs VanMeter maqeJi hundreds of friends inalL sec if lions of the State WOW11Vj1 hI i for herM bourided happiness iri +J her marrjedjife Mr VanMeter jf j 115 a wealthy farmer of neaVLex ington being the proprietor of an immense vBlue Giass Farm Her is oneOfitha 1 known nndfea1tbiest Ci StockII Fayette 3puntyt qhe o l Hv miQisterwas the Rev Dr Saunders of Springfield Kyt illil ilil LJand bas offiCiated at many maririagesof the family he having f pronounced the marriage ceremony of the 0brids parents j Mrs VanMeter wore a beaitiftill travelibgi costumerand afteira delightful 14nct eon they lefCfor Louisville from which p iht they left Iorheirourtof the EasttiodgertvillalIeralda IiA TiN It Tkrift r iW Last year the JRecqfd madiB and pubjihed a irprisngaud unwelcrae discovVry It wasln r connection with the printed cata fji logs of the Springfield and thei1 Nelson County Fairs These catalogs showed the difference J1 between hJrjnngSeld and Baths t t town in ihe mjitetOf eriterprisQ confidence and public spiritjiand t to our a sere djt showing 4 was against Us There was in the homeatalb almpstlwicel as l I innch as advertising as tbnr titLwas in the Sp nitidd catalog but that wasowing4the energy oLtbaspliciitorlrioti to the enterprise and confidentspirit ofthe if town jWhy sof Because oVer s lfj 99 per cent 9r tit dvertlsirig came from Ldulsvilli4 Andbowii rabout the Springfieldicatalogi4 Over90T3 rent of itaaverta ing came frpm Springfiield Sip ce r ftVat timeBardstowni has lfsmteadvancs tt Lejus nov fe t thefiWIBIptkmPbtnce of tcoptipually upv holding home interests P advertising in the county ftur iI catalog wUl Ije a iSj BiNelspn Record V V tt t TARW IRG Ii 4 a ffWood Jc Campbell effert lo tIuryMncy lvoet1rtsctFalI to Cta re Catarrh Wlihotft Stomach Dosing iJc If for ale h ii rt in tal i1rIcatarrhatgerms r tated uiucnons membraiifiMpator 1 d to heath fWith every HymejQutfil there fea neatiahakr whkhacab carried isa the purse or pocket Hwdmbibreatbc through this contains lh s UIefl L c Hig balsams that are ioaid iatfciif f nporthemounftiinfwh rtr cat rrrdI iaunknownS t + It destroys all ctlarrfi l jgfprms ia 1 theair passages oF ftie Jtieias l throat and nose and makes a positive ndii permanent cure ef oalarrh y bntftwhUel obtained fop oftn1aiCrdgt1tQue the most el Ifor catarrh 1 4 Wood pamptgB believe so ihpr otghlyin the mcrifof1 Hytn1rtlt t t th tgaira te t rc tR oeyif j rit fails This Is certaiyhestro esrevIdcnc tlcy ca Ueof IaCJI faith in the HyQai l trMSit It nablesznyNe5toUpe 11p1e1TltboJOt t 0 riskof em1i J amSjGZi2othIflg t AskWood U QSh r a U7OBCl9 t E1hJ 1toi WiIrFiat a sl U t i1 rell4ye D1 r fatarfl l froublcs IC I tt We oWlJd d 7H wiLly thebigb wht rt rcefowo 4 p x c WSL 1 J zyzzy TIWIIIDAY- t A x W A Y AR IN ADVANCE SWMMGFIBLDi KY t 1CJLDAVISON J JrY C t IDPJID p tMIJ 1HM4MM MUIII 10 cats pr I IItIubOkIt W 4MIU a political matter 11M fetimk s t JewraUbt cash Mni W pOiw Artltery of goods tIt tracts made on liberal eOIssidsi Mrf r wluti Ba of respect 3 rIIHfdJlM1tC I cJt250 500 IIeerI ICo0 1M14tOss f Tm1MDAT APJUL21 1904 We are amtkiriitf to announce the 1 t GBOBGE PARROTT aa udM tK the t ce of Sheriff WMkiaftea comaty subject to the e1t tfce Democratic party J i 9051 WlHtIMfaye1Mr t 4 it j ILI J 4ge Parker of New York appears to be in the lead for the Democratic nomination for PrP 1 it althou h the f boom Ls y no means abated The NeW Yockstate Convention in structed for Parker and it is be lieved that the Parker forces 1ilocpnbe the convention 4 The citiaens of Louisville who are still chewing muddy water g J have been informed that the altering plant which hafe been the WaterUBdeif construction by Company for several years will J ba iniabed by June 1st 1905 provided nothing happens to preventt j Japan and Russia are ptill inaieiTering their great armies iia the far East but no more JtoUtefl have occurred recently 1 a The Inkiig of the big Russian battleship and the drowning of J 1 her viceadmiral 1S a severe Jb1ww that nation 4 We are soon to have two new i states The House has passed t providtt t the lame of Oklahoma and New Mexico and Arizona as Arizona The tobacco market is tilon a boom and prices have gone up several more cents It is the t same old story After the far mel have sold out then the Trust and the speculators begrh to force prices skyward IT Col WV C Owen has been t named as the Republican candi date for Congress from the Louisville district r 7 J CBlOflTfflSMDPOH Take It t W4I6c Campell and Sd a Plfly cent Bexef MIRa MM Flesh Parmlni P0o4 OB Ap prvaI Cat Obtt the following cuopon to day M4 get a taoBtlfs treatment of Mio 2a tke remarkable flesh forming food f aptMval from Wood Campbell Ualett it Increases jrour weightappre I citMy alii cares ybar dUrestive trOub lea tkire will be absolutely rlothiriff to pay ICOUPON Thte covpon entitl s any readerof ike NBWSLEADKR to have the pure cIa price of Miona refunded in tier k does not increase the weight ifaMre itomach troubles We as MMie all Ute risk and Miona is ab + mtrfcss it satisfacL solutely tree gives tiM Wood Campbell WXTAXKALLRISiCWiiea of Miona de pftftit fifty cents with Wood Catnp boll as CTlteuce of good faith They r wiU give you aoigul receipt agreeing te rcfmnd the money in accordance with the coupon offer if Mioha f tails fe increase weight and cure atom Mk tro Mc4 All the risk is Ttheir if Misa weeded as They could 9 atf0rito make aa offer like tbis l iaotIN east ii trifling Cot out the con r t 1rpeatoday ad take advantage of this J f1I oftr 1 ztIi Rivsii Clrd jI have bets subject to sciatic rheu urttism fryears says E H WaldJon W Wilte JuactioH Iowa Myjoints were i4igkad gave Me much pala and Ii llfl ttiy joists would cra k r WMM I ttraigktesed up I used Cham WrieiBs PaiR Bate and have been tKereufhiy cared Have not had a l i Sa or cite fre i the old trouble for I ItbiIMn is eerUInly a most i w 4erfKUiai t For sale fey C J KafJ DoiffUt I Pr Salej l A rlSsce1Hpord Bull 4 t wu t Of the pedi and a good individual B B t achman 9 w f c i NNMKNMnSO ii W6iWSiti Wit- tX iHi iWi WGHfi ii 1 t News From The County4 I 1 HIppRIn Amon the ounty Peple Ji as Reported by our Gorresppndents nn niI1 r MIMq Forest View The peach blooms andi other fruit show the touch of the icy wand and the prospects that were so flattering for plenty 01 fruit on last Saturday night were sorely blasted Misses Mattie Lanham of Penick Station and Mamie Mudd of Lebanon Walter Derringer of Valley Bill and others were most delightfully entertained bvi Misses Ella and Lilly Osborn at their beautiful hpmeOnear this place Miss Maggie Hamilton was the guest of Ins uncles family in Marion county last Sunday Miss Susie Whoatley a charm inK young lady hailing from the good old county of Nelson was the guestof her aunt Mrs Pius Nally last week Willie JTewton of Louisville paid his parent a flying yisit last week THiss Jessie Carrico and brother JH joined their sister Miss Mary B In Louisville where they contemplate making their parmanent home Miss Carry Blanford opened a three m6nthsschoul l at Cecilville last week Miss Annie Clarkon of Science Hall neighborhood commenced a school at Road Run last Monday We know Mis3 Annie to be an accomplished young woman able to fill the position to which she has been called The second publication of Mr Robert Wheatley and Miss Eta Hill took place at St Rosa lat Sunday The marriage vows will Jbei solemnized one day next week We extend qur congratulations Mrs Sidney Osbburne Mrs Williamson and several others who have been sick are now convalescent Mr Wat OBryan came near losing his fine sorrel buggy horse llast week Itis not yet well enough for use but very much improved Severali valuable cattle have die this neighborhood the past month Sidney Osbornp losing three bead MQORESVILLE lv We fear the fruit is badly damaged by the frost Mr B F Settles has removed from Louisville to his home at Maud j V tripo1Woodlawn while there visited our friend Col Rodney Dugan and found him in excellent spirits although he has been confined to his bed for the past five months There was a goodcrawd outto New Hope last Sunday it being Tegular meeting day to hear Rev B F Adkins preach The sate of the property of the late AlfrcdBenlJam will occur April 23 at 10 oclock pm One of the sdddest deaths we ever wrote about was that of Mrs Anna Mann QIerringer who diel last week of convulsions caused by the birth of a child Interment at New Hope come tery To her hisbandatrd family we extend our heartfelt sym pathy Clai kson Co sbi ppcd a carload of Hogs froth ijookerr last Saturday Several of the boys were in Springfield Mondhgnight to attend the drill Mr Zan Wall and son Albert are at Polin painting the house of Mr Tfaaddeus Cheat arn Mrs E tella Goatley had a carpet tacking last TuesJy Several were present and enjoyed themselves hugely t Valley Hill Thelewwarm days ofI last week cudthe farmers to wear smiies that wont come off if they continue Mrs Tom Baker and daugh ters Misuses Susie and Bertha of Willisburg visited relatives of this place last week r Hark Shehan of the Grove neighborhood Visitingi Jeff Goat ley Saturday night and Sunday WIF M ran and wife spent BALCS P MP Sunday at the home of Hughey Goatley Jod Hagan of your town was in our midst Sunday Mr George Wharton and Miss Bettie Irvine wer in midst Friday afternoon our Mrs J L Moran visited her brother Edward Jan s of near- yonrtown Spnday There seems to be a great al traction iin the Wllljsburg neigh borhpod for two or three of our young citizens Wnats the at tractiqn boys The farmers have all sown their oats in this vicinity and according to the quantity sown there willbe a very large crop this year One evening last week while Mrs W Ei Elliott was out in the field here Mr Elliott was at work some one went into their meat ouse and took a fejfebagjT This good haul for the rogue but if some one does not watch he will find more buckshot than he needs in nis business Keepyour meat house locked Edward Goatley and Bros have recently purchased a fine jack from Tpm Mulligan for which they paid 200 W F Moran and on are con elfort el JL Moran killed a large hawk llast week measuring 4 feet and 7 inches from tip to tip He will stuff the bird ac it is a good specimen Mrs Richard Bpblet and daughter Miss Nann e of Springfield visited Mrs Tom ReedMon day t Conrad Hertlein purchased of W F Moran about 500 bundles of oats for which he paid 3c per bundle r James Moran delivered 487 bundles of oats to L M Walker Monday at 3c The ypungest daughter of T C Tatum is quite ill at tnis writing iliUsburA Mr W S Gibbs was in Chap lin on business last week Mr AB Wells one of our enterprising merchants has re turned from Louisville where he has been purchasing his spring stock of goods Dr Hatchett of Tatham Springs bought a 125 rubber tire buggy of Foster Wells last Friday Mary Hazel Jenkins little daughter of Mr and Mrs L W Jenkins has teen quite sick for the past week Mr Everett Keeling arj a Miss Myrtle Sutherland spent last Sunday at the home of Mr W L Keeling near Pulliam Quite a number of young eople attended the singing at Tatham Springs last Sunday Mr Leslie Bradley and sister inlaw Mrs Richard Bradleyor Harrodsburg spent Sunday with Edd Sujtherland andfamily1 Foster Wells sold an 80 buggy to Mr SE Harlow also a wagon for 70 to Mr John Goff Jerome Wells and wife visited Birch wood Sunday McINTIRI busyIAUwOuld be of greathelps Will Nally sold to Oscar Auj berry 4 hogs price private- T E Ballard had a nice young mare mule to die a few days ago Mr John Wheatis gave the young folks a dance last Wed nesday night and it was enjoyed by everybody TMrand Mrs Johnnie Medley attended the marl iape of the latter sister Miss Effie Buckler to Mr Wat Blandford of Louis rule The marriage took place at St Charles Church Wednes 1dayiIIJr Sam Anderson and her sister Miss Mary Edeleh visicd their brother M r Will Edelenl of Mantori last Sunday fj FNiss Nettie OBrjan has gone lo Louisville to visit her sister Mrs J T OBryan Mr Emmett Wathen ofLpuis VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewer A splendid tonicfor the hair makes the hair grow long and heavy ofYQuthStops J a l villa is vFsi ling friends neat here Mr Guile Ensor of your city visited his father of this place who is very sickv Mrs James Osborne is sick with measles Mr and Mrs J M Sims visited the latters sister at Valley Hjll last Thursday night and during their abscence Friday morning their house caught fire and burned tothe ground The work hand gave the alarm and the neighbors gathered in and saved quite a lot of things for them Mr and Mrs Ed Osborne visited Mr Frank Clements last Sunday IThe bans of matrimony were published for tha second time last Sunday between MrRtLWheatley and MissJjriftlirT Jas Montgomery is to ship a bunch of hogs for Simms Smith r PuUiam v Rev Sale fined his regular ape pointment at Rockbridge Saturday and Sunday Buried on 17th the infant baby of Mr andMrs John Crow at Rociibridge cemetery IMIss Sue Vice and lr Toni Coulter were the pleasant guests pf W R Scott and family Sunday Died on last Monda the 18 year old son of Mr and Mite William Hardin Mr Sam Yocum of Mppres ville Mr Sanford Yocum wife and little Mattie Homan were the guests of J H Gordons family Sunday F Mr Edward Farris and Mr Thomas ScpU were in your town Mpnday on business Missi Tillie Yancy is pn the sick list at this writing Commissioners Salt Esaenth Hvcllc Puff vs Eqty Charles W Oder c Deft By virtue ofa Judgment and order of sale of the Wasbingtpn Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1904 in the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Hodsedoor Springfleld Ky on MONDAY APRIL 25 1904 at or about 2 oclock pm being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 13 months the follpwin de scribed property to wit A tract of land lyirig and being in Washington county Ky upon the waters of Mayes Creek and bounded as follows tow it Beginning at three sugar trees on a drain thence down said drain asit meanders 83 poles to a sugar tree and hdrn bean on said drain corner to Widow Lewis thence with line Qf same S 11 E 43 poles toa stone another cor to tame thence with another line of same N E8 w 30 poles to a sugar tree cor to W G Short thence with his line S 231J E 118 poles to a stone corner to same thence S 15 W to a stone on 57folesdrain thence 20 poles to a poplar stump at the mouth of W G Shorts lane near the road leading Wiilisburg thence up said road 131Ej 201 poles to a stone on said road running thence S 85E 80 poles to a small cherry and elm on John G Mayes line thence with said line N W 69 polei to asugar tree and beech on a drain thence down said drain as it meanders 83 poles to three beach trees on said drain cor to said Mayes thence with Mayes line N 1 W 11 poles to an elm and beech on said line running thence N 7i W 124 poles to accordingtoFor the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must eexecute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the forcA and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMANM CW C C Iron Moun tain Route operate Pullman Tourist Sleeper St Louis to California leaving 830 A M daily via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Ft Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Jheap Colonist rates in effect daiy during March and April 1904 tc California and the Northwest Pullman Tourist sleepers via Missouri PacifiC Leave Stt Loutsevery Thursday 9 a jri from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays atd Fridays 680 p rn1 going via Pueblo D Th G System throjigh Jhe Glenwood Spings Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseekers and colonist rates to variouspoints in the West and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each mcnth For Map folders descriptive literature rates etc copsult near est ticket agent or address R T G Mathews T P A Room 801 Norton Bldg it Louisville Ky i Nice Homes for Sale If ypu contemplate moving to town to go into business or to educate your children call on us We have some nice town and suburban properfy for sale and can suit you Prices reasonable SEARCY NEIKrnE Pi ore 121 i S0FTCOR irei somewhere the veins has to come from The springs of red bloodare found in the softcore of the bones called the marrow and somesay red blqod also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are ull of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liveroi1i Far pale school gids and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strengto do their prop rvotkI Send for free SCOTT snmptet istl 109415 Pearl Street KcwVorfc soc dIOOi all druggists = NINE EMORY The stoJof a Pet Dull Terrier That Did Xot Forget A gentleman who is a great traveler and vbo Is alwayV accompanied in Jliis wanderings ky a bull terrier to which he Is much attached arrived one ilay in the city of Florence Ills dog was for some reason intrusted to the care of the porter at the station and in the excitement of the crowd and under the unusual experience of being separated from his master who generally kept the animal with him Bruno was moved to make his escape The most careful search was made and before going to his hotel the traveler went to the police station to notify the gendarmes of his toss It was more than an hour before he reached his hotel When he got there he spoke of lila loss so that if anything was heard of the do it would be1 understood that the animal belonged to him To his astonishment the porter said Butyour dog is here sir He came before you and wo did not know to whom be belonged The dog is here repeated the geptleman In surprise How came he hereT He ran in sir about half an hour ago and lifter snuffing about the office for awiille he ran upstairs I gave orders to have him driven out but the boys have been busy nnd he Js up there somewhere now The traveler of course went upstairs at once and there on the mat before the chamber numbered 44 lay Bruno who sprang up with the most frantic dembnstra tlbns of delight at finding his mastdr again The gentleman remembered that two years previous be had been wIth the dog at Florence and had stay ed at this hotel He did not remember that he bad occupied this particular room but on reference to the hotel regi- Ister such was found to be the factu t When Tree Co to Sleep Trees and plants have their regular times for going to sleep They need to rest from the work of growing and to repair andolt the machinery of life Some plants do all their sleeping in tile winter while the ground is frpzen and the limbs are bare of lleaves In tropical countries where the snow nev er falls and It is always growing weather the trees repose during the rainy season or during the periods of drought They always choose the most unfavorable working time for doing their sleep Just as man chppses the night when he cannot see to work Considerate Ma said Bobby Inn slightly in jured tone of voice there were lots of things you let me do before the baby came that you dont let me do now Doyou think so Bobby Yes asserted Boblfy iSUll he went on with more philosophy I cant eipectyou to be so good a mollipr with two children as you were when you only had one Worth the Money Tommy said the economical moth or to the boy with the loose tooth Ill give you JO cents if youll let mepullij that tooth fThe boy thought It over and then went to his bank The fun of doln that Is Worth uipren 10 cenfs he said Ill give you ir If youll let me pull one of yoijrs ChIcago Post Senatorial UrUUiicKn Vliy cant tills bill be rushed through tji Senate It can Ii3 boy It can Ill set that its preseitteil this session tirought up next session argued the tthird session and possibly nrssod the fourth slou ClqvelaiKl Plan Deiler 1M FIt Is necessary tto Joijhie crowd or got out oft way In Order abt to be trm1PIUJ tq doathjfaxlltt Charity h VPS ItMjf rici covetous ness hoartif itsIfirGcrrnin Prov v IfluttlililOilthiave ter a woimm trnto tnkln thp laf iw t Thousands Have KidnejTTrouble and Dont Know it r How rind Out Fill bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand 1sediment iton Uflhe3ithyCofldl of the kid neys If Jt stains Uyour linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain In jthe back Is also convincing proof that the kldnjys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort in the knowledge so SwunpRootwish In coring rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every pat Inability1toit or bad effects following use of liquor wine orbeet and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being coppeHed to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mUd andxthe extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot issofan realized U stands the highest for its won derful cures off the most distressing cases If you need a rnedicine you should have the best t Sold by druggists In 50c andl sizes You may have a sample Bottle of this wonderful discoveryIand a boojc that ttells more about Itbothsent a absolutely free by maUIaddress Dr Kilmer Hose of SpnlOt wrtUqgment1 Sole Agents for Old Hickory and Studebaker agorjs 00 Headquarters FARM l AnyQuanttyf- rom 1 V McCtlREi WILlS i I L 1i drt LXJ DEALEIRS IN r Imp1oments Grail thid F eldSeeGS d IJ I f c We handle Buggies Surreys Carts ffat gradess ta suit J the purchaser Agents for the Syracuse HillsidejEloAy w + IS iCall and examine our extensive Imp of HarnessI Collars Work Gear Buggy Robes and Horse ljgS HSEEDOATSiiP HIDESS and FURS FOLLOW THE FLAG1 TO GALIFORNIA AM- bNORTHWEST The Wabash Railroad and ItsconneqtanS offer very low rates to Colonist and Home eek ers from ilarch 1 to April 30 Also very Ioyv round trip rate io San Francisco AND Los Angeles On Account of Gcncraf Conference Methodist Episcopal Churcji Tickets on sale April 22 to May 30 HForfurthdi particulars call on ad dress fW GRENEDis Pass Akt Wabash R RM room 303 Urban Eldg IotiisyilleKyoil I f IGhestnufDare Chqstnut Dare Viil irjike the present season at my stable six miles north of Springfield 15 To Insure a Living Golf Chestnut Dare was sirdby the great Chester Dare the great est of living sires for big cIass saddle and harness horses First damt by Red Chief he by Clark Chief lie oy Manibrino Chief 11 second darn by Black Hawk Chief third dam by Brinker Drennon This horse luis the andlactionter Dare family He iis 16hauds highgood bone ai large hand some saddle horse andone of the bestof Chester Dares gett If you want to raise a Gne horse u brood mare with size tthis iiS the horse and the only Stallion in Washington county sired by the greatest of Jiving sires Chester Dare B BLEACHMAN Waco DareJre No 1162 in Voi 3 NS H R t Will mak the easonou1904 at the Pair Grounds j3Jriugflcld7 at 12 to Insure a Living Colt are1l02Tii Squirrftll by King William 07 by Washington Denmark I by old Black Denmark he by Imp Hedgeford Waco Dare Jr qrjt dam Bessie by Prince mirjc he by King Denmark Denr Star Denmark be by old Black mark he by Imp Hedgeford Wacoa secpnd dam waby Tube Rose he by C bbies Lexington s F TJiird dam Duluth eb Cabbies Lexington lb5 F He is a beautiful dark bay a little dappled with very heavy mane and ail goes all the galtaand is a nice driver He is ISL hinds and is a fine actor ills colts are vrinnere- At tlicsime pfaca will stand my jack r GdWOODJr at 7 tb ensure a living colt Gov Wood JclIbi by Wal1t McEIrpys Gov Wqod jrst dam by Holiways Jack he by Grundys Mar ingo Main moth Tliis Jack ila good ookiug individual anda Eure foal getter J R WALKER s Into RbeumaUgmCnred vrorkin OYcrlillle jEight hour laws tire ignored bytbQsqetess little workers Pillsri t Intgnt and day cudug Indigec Lion Biliousness Gonstlpalin Sick Hedache and till Stomach Liyer jind Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at 0 J Haydons drug stOro for all SUPPLIES KY Phone No 20 a efi= = We sell cio in a Bush ito- aarlba4 m Buggies Bluets PRINGFIELD i TornadJiscllarros jliver qilIedllPlowsS I I 1Makregulattsthestops t crying cures summer complaint SI Mayor Yewell of Owetisbord Ky4 lay Our baby wu wistintr awly ps= 5 while leeUiInr HU bowels seemed essS beyon d contro1 TIme ptysaaau u pvc him up Owens Pink itilUtre- sayed= his tile 1 caouprssyenougiz in It saved 01 baby = IF H Islt If For sale byC J Hay ont Pharmacist Rare Opportuitiiiie0 FOB Capitalists Investors Honieseeerstalong thy lines of the IRON EanI MOUNT4IN ROUTE Great 3outliyvest System Direct lints ta Missouri Kansas Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana and Texas ThroughPullman Sleeping and Free Reciirtmg Chair Cams HoseekExcarsllHU first aad third Twedaysol each month Descriptive literature maps folders etc on application H C TOWNSENIJ- Gonl R irG MATThEWS Passenger and Ticket Agent TraTeUo Buaenger Agtmt ST LOUIS LOUISVJLUE KY 4 fr EEES 9BBBBBBB SeYtll Nil1llaLll W2 SSoilAa 1or33fi0om biiilcit1 NORLL3763ciFull btoUiecto NorvardJD4year olcj 21k Trial 2M m tI Seven of Norvin AVs erf ts have sold receutly for 3350 and three others Ono suckling and two year Nflmt 111 =LLEROut 6f the dam of NorvinAT and 9rrat din m m Son of Allertoh 2091 rand Onward SiLp + jiliertpn great H sire pftitittcrs1 in the world 25 TO JNSOBB Mt t qPiMBI m 4f Out of the dana n Ailepn 207i a worlds record Son LVi Is 9fGambQttatVi1Ic s 2jJ arid Nutwpod 2lS Wilkes the worlds leading 2 10siti3 anl 30s1remWbcttaA and lt03 t15 TO INStJRE 13J 4 J CHESTeR PKRESon of Clipster Dare Old Crbrrrwell 73 Lexington handsomest and lfe3i bred saddle JRIIfh the word 15 TO INSURE m C1SeLLS I m A large fine handsome saddle horse ylth jierfect dispp oldWm vROY fptEYJSort of Norvin W and Atdallali Mambrinp IAI This Co1t will barn styfe finisljSinU sip cPoldLWO KIt colls otitPf his danrfpr25QQ V IMSJmt IMSJ The fee of each horsB iis certainly Very reasonable and witiirt the reach of all and you can rnnko no mistake to breed to ary one of tbenv AU my sfallions did a good business tlie past seaFon and I hope they will dp Better this season and with the asistani of tny frieH l1stbey- ill Your patronage earnestly ttec1FOl AUll particulars terms extended pedigrees and descrl f ions ddressIV f tJOn B WATflENIji Lon Ditarice Telephpne 33 Lebanoo Xy W a v t DRJIBMTON- f f fl RKSIDCNT DENTISTS igf f TEETH EXTRACTED ff flVITHOUTt PAIN i lri I V OFFICE Hagan Block tip s SPRINGFiELD KY f All Dental Work Strictly v T Firstclass1 Y4 i DRLi H LAMPTOM OFFICE iil inOpera House I DRISS J SMOCK 4 SPIt NGFIELD J KY OFFICE Dr Rineharts for mer offices over P oples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pm- W F GR1JGSBY r AtTOiEYATLAWOffice SPRINGFIELD KY p wSHATTMD SPRINGFIELD KY I Office in Peoples Bank Building Sf Residence 93 Telephones JOHN Y WAVES i iI 4SFUEDA DIRECTOR Mill EMBALMER i I J Jf TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY HHve You iTiITfi C 1 TO De1spauupJCtL N afthe Depot ST FREIGHT SAND TRUNKS Hauled Furniture MovedIi and anything in the hauling line done 1carefully and at reasonable rates PIiONE 22 4 18 Proof of high cul ture to say- ihe greatest I matters in the simplest- way ITS FEHaS MALT ATONIC I d Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 TREES by the million Pruii and Ornamental Shubs Grape p vines Aparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits end everything for Or W chard Lawn and rdenNo- I Agents Strawberry and Goner al Catalogue on application to H iSILIjENMEYER R SONS Lexington Kyv I BLACK PRINCE i t1 vis ji- I gl W This fine lack Jack will make the season ofJilWt at my place 31 miles from Springfield pn BJporaflcld pike vat S8 To Tnsulea Living Cost Black Trinceis five years old 15 hands high and finely bred Ills 1803 cblts sold Jastiall at 90 each No cnn tsservcd before June 1st f E SHELBY JJ F D Kc 1 Sprintfield fKy f Foleys Kidney Cute tUira kkti aDd W1ctr Thfr WOO WWWOO i Local Happenings of Interest i TOWNI The Freshest and Latest I AboutYourself Friends iiI and Acquntances1- rfQf13 1J MMflWPi 5 q M Seed sweet potatoes cheap for cash at P J Thomas k Elegant readytowear sliirts See them at MansfieFds Seed sweet potatoes and bulk garden seed ataHagan Bros Anything you want in enam I eled ware Hagan Bros Have yoU seep the line of QueeLsware at Hagan Bros t Screen Doors1 and Windowfor- sale by Leach man the furniture man Dont faitto see the new line 61 imported china at Hagan Bros t l E7ery thing in thn Screen Goods line for sale by Leacbman the furniture man 10 per cent special discount on any dinner and tea sets this week 6nly at Hagan Bros Keep out ihe flies by Ibuvirig you screen doors and windows of Leachtnan tbe furniture man Prptept dei veryl Send us your orders for groceries Hagan Bros WOOL WANTED We will pav the highest cash pricei for wool CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN FoRSALEFour or five extra good Jersey niilch cows For further particulars apply at the NEWSLEADER office The Continental Co has stopped buying here for this season find is aboufc to close up lits business for the present Sugar is advancing Iwill continue tp give 18 pounds best granulated for 1 L bought early P 1 Thomas FOR SALE Twx thoroughbred Black Berkshirjb broodTSows and h u i11J1 cJ E L Davjscin JpT The Wheeler fly screens have now arrived acd Mr Fly is coming Be quick Be yise You know what you need und where to find themIMr JOhn Armstrong of this coanty sold about 16000 pounds of tobacco on the Louisville market lastj wpat an average price of 3 50 per hundred r New goods today Croquet landl themseuiK Cadi0s needing shoes should see thehaTidsomo liiio of Zeig eY1iI wear For sale by Robertson Bios Special stile of Hamburgs 1dayandBros See advertisement in this issue Watch for QUI special sales and save money Ask your neighbor who bought our Wheeler screens last year if they still give satisfaction and if theyneed new ones thisyear- If so send them to us Springfield Lumber Co I have just received a large assortment of flowers from Njinz Neuner Also have tomato plants Will give something ext to each purchaser this week EA Cox Jeff Hooper a young man from down in the county raised some sort of disfairbancfe on lust Friday night in front of John H Moores place of business and was arrested on cohiplaint of Mr Moore He was tried before Judge Noe and fined one cent and the trimnlings Tatham Springs Washington countys famous resorts will be opan for guests May 1st Mrs Wprnall who will have charge again this season hasbeen there for sOme time with her corps 9 f servants and has everything in readiness for the accpminodation of guests r I Lieut Clelland tavis vois a OunIi Missouriilllost their lieves from aIr explosion Lieut Davis distinguished himself by an act of heroism in I preventing further disaster and was commended by bis superior officer I Mr Powhatan Campbell the clever mail carrier op the Springfield and Mackville route had a peculiar experience while making a trip one day hast week In hanessing his horseprepara tory to starting Mr Campbells watch and chain became en tangled in the horse tail and he drove almost all of the way to town wkhk the watch licking l merrily while swinging along attho end of the horses tail A ammalsjfllittle time piece and disclosed it to its owner Unfortunately Mr Campbells watch did not possess the endurance of the famous old time piece ofMr WF Booker whichi reposed for three years in the stomach of a cow and was finally recovered ingood running condition Mr Campbells watch was considerably injured by its experience fir y Gooses Wild Ride Mr T C Tatum the clever station agent at Valley Hill which is the first stop below Springfield tells of a wild ride of a large grey goose on the thefieigtltenginei last wefck As tIle train slowed up for the station at Valley Hill Mr Tatum was startled by the appearance of a Hopping form flying from the front of theen gine and scrambling for the nearest fence corner Upon investigation a laige goose apparantly paralyze from fright was found crouched in the weeds The foul was not hurt and soon recovered enotigh to walk itbout The train had run Into a flock of geese just be low Springfield and this gppse had evidently been thrown upon the cowcatcher and there 1Inity to escape Two Marriages Miss Josepliine A critt of Leb anon who is u niece of Mrs John W Lewis and who has frequently visitqd here was quietly marl ed last Saturday in Newport to Mr William Bland ford of Louisville who is em ployed with J M Robinson Corrhe weI1ingvas a surprisec to friends and relatives as theI young couple had not made known their intention to anyone Another surprise wedding tIe baidp being also wellknown in Springfield took phVce on the same dale and is told of in the following dispatch from Leba non A surprise wits sprung in society circles and to their niany friends here when it was announced that Mr George Austin ajid Miss Laura AcCh6rd had eloped to Cincinnati Und were married The bride is the pretty djiughtCr of Mr and Mrs John McChord and the groin iis a popular ypiing business man having today taken a position with the Louisville Nashvillci Railroad Company at Louis ville3 V Burned to Death Miss Lanham daughter ofI Mrs Emma foung who lives on Pleasant Run this county met with death in u horrible manner on last Tuesday evenin r The young woman who was of rather feeble mind was left alone in the housewhile her mother went out to do the milking The mother updn her rdturh to the house mefwith a terriblB sight The form of her daughter llajrin a eapin tbe carrier 6f the room burned almost to a crisp all of the clothing except tthe collar of he drcsSStUl about her neck was burned off other and her ody was burned in a horrible mann 11 Tao aufortunate girl was still alive but unconsciopF and lived only an lour or so after the occurrence The theory iis that the clothing of the girl caught fire from the open fire placeas hew s reaching on the mantle for something Owing to the unsound mental condition of the Unfortunate the suicide theory iis also advanced but it is more probable that the occur ence was purely an accident The funeral took place yesterday afternoon 2 OAs onJABeara llaia Signature It aa j I AAAJt TrialS of I ToIi1Looking facts IN THE 11 FACE iis the way the WISE ones act Those who look another wilY at the trials oftoday but addto the sufferings of tomorrow if your eyes are weak if film comes over them orthey ache YouIj but come and ask for a Free Examination We tell you what you ought to do you may do it if you like r CF RUSSELL Main St Springfieldi K- yTHiir m HOR- ODENCIST1 OFFICE1tIuABcILDU4wIn- rmanorLtly located SPRINGFIELD KY FERS O NAq7 Dr RoBarils was mLouisville Tuesday Mr W A Waters was in Bardstown Tuesday LeOnards Baker speat fast Sunday in Louisville Mr B F Simms was in Lou aii dsMle the first of the week t Mr Will Hmkle of Bardstown vas berci the first of the week Mr I Hk Thurman and two inLoUidvilleITuesdayJJ- Mr1 anti Mrs F B Npe of Louisville are visiting relatives her6 l Miss Elcanor Duncan istvisit ing relatves in Louisville this week Iv lJ R ClaybroolcO J of Texas was in town MonthLy on business SM Campbell was in Louis villa the first of the week on business Lydia Duuqan has re IMiss from an tendEdisit in te 7 no4 Miss Elizabeth LieachmanTTas returiHl from a visit to friends in Lebhnon Mrs Mary A Noe who has ben iin Louisville for sometime his returned home Kr J R Durrettof Bloomfield was here yesterday to visit his deughtar Mrs W M Hyatt I Mr and Mrs James Allen of Bloomtield visited at the home of Mr Palmer Grundy Sunday Mrs John B Rill and children of Lebanon are visiting her m theriMfs M I Leachman Mrs C R McEIroy who has bean at Eti beth llospital atI Lebanon is at home fur a few diys Mrs Then Campbell has returned from Dr McOhords hos pitil at Lebanon improved in health Mr Co Watt Clements Jf TJn iontown has been here for sevei al days on a yisitto the family ofhis father George W Clements MM J AMuddof Chicago was here last wedlr She was accompanied by Mrs Ben Lan caster of Lebanon whom sUe is vfeitlng Dr T D Latimer and MrE S Mayes returned Friday from LiwrencebuEg where they had attended Presbytery Dr Lati met preached at Jthe Lawrence burg Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening Miss Lydia McEIroy enter tamed at Flinch on Tuesday evening Those present were Mrs Kate Williams Misses Liz zie Waters and Sadie Mayes and Dr Burton William Wharton andO F Wharton Mr and Mrs T B Bltfndford of Louisvilta are visiting her mother this week MrBland lord has resigned his position with JlIUobinsn Norton Co to go to Pinevilte where he has a position with the Straight Creek Coal Co Irheat ansfields Large stock t6 select from Good trimmers Best materials fJowers and flowers J wlil be in Springfield county court day with U nice lot of flowers and plants aid will ship up a car load the first of the week and will have then for sale in front of Courthouse My 4 cheap3r than ever before Geo R Mattingly j St IrL AWT ftIZATVM- ATCHMAKR By T BLAIR EATON f CavyrlgM took bu T C McClure The orchestra lender waved his baton energetically PSIIt summoning his drooping charges to spurt in the last quarter then with a final roar In which drums and cymbals strove to outdo eitelfotwr waltz came to an Enl while the perspiring musicIans mopped their faces and cursed in gut tural German these TYeiluesday night hops Mr William Fosdeck stepped through the low window on to the veranda with a sigh of relipf and a sense of duty done lIe had danced with each one of the three gtggllng Muxson girls and now felt assured he richly merited a cigarette and a few moments quiet on the broad moonlit veranda where the tinkle of the surf on the rocks below was a grateful contrast to the noise and whirl of the palm Lowered stifling room he had just left he turned the corner to claim his IAs nook some one called Oh good evening Mr Fosdeck He turned and beheld Gertrude Martin and her aunt in theshadow of the Ivy vine It was Aun Elizabeth who had hailed him Ah not dancing laeePgald Fos deck throwing away the newly lighted cigarette with what Inward thoughts may be imagined and taking the vacant chair by Miss MnrtIni No said the girl its so delightful here A1 trifle chilly though Gertrude dear her aunt saldiIt youll both excuse ine for a moment I think Ill get a wrap Shant I get it for ycy Mrs Curtis said Fosdek Oh thank you no Aunt Elizabeth returned 1 really dont know where mine1 Is and I anticipate quite a hunt before I finally run itI to earth i As Aunt Elizabeth disappeared around the corner the gir gighed reslgnedly Oh dear she said Its too absurd She invariably stampedes within thrca minutes after you appear and her lotire Is so horribly obvious FosdeCltlnug1IetlIHermethodsu are a trifle open4he observed But I feel very different now Wf understand each other the girl went dn It was awfully embarrassing at first especially that time slie man 74 iiiitiJ1cipy HE SAW SOME OXE FtrTTBIUNO A IAM KEKCHIEF FROM TilE PIER aged to miss the coach down front tile village and left us to tide bad to gether res Fosdeck laughed Myou ivere a perfect HttteJury sittingthere oppo site me Really you made me feellll was I not Auiit Elizabeth who hail engineered the whole affair I wantied you to hate me she said Last winter he said slowly when sour Aujit Elizabeth was preaching you to me all the time I decided if I ever met youtodlslJke you very muchIm glad after all it hasnt made us enemies she said So am he asserted with a fer vor that made her glance up at him quickly Poor Aunt Elizabeth he went on I fancy she doesnt dream her plans have merely succeeded in setting us conspiring to defeat her schemes Im almost sorry for her Shes so terribly in earnest about It1 said the i girl Every time she makes those Idiotic excuses and leave us I think Ill speak my mind plainly to her Then I go upstairs simply boiling and she meets me with such a blessyournychllddidntrlflxltbeau tlfully sort of air that I havent iIhie heart to say a word Now she saldrIslngI shall leave you for you want to be alone and finish yonr smoke Really Miss Mnrtlnhie began I11QW dont spoil It nil Iby paying things which urn generally expected at such a time she said I like you best when youre perfectly frank- I wish you wouldnt go he persisted ill want a promise from you before I leave site said Dont go down in Your catboat tomorrow to the picnic on Poplar island with tVc fleet will you IIWbyibe asked IIIts high time we wale taking the field against Aunt Elizabeth She ounted on bur Sailing down with you I told her youwerent going And youre golng buck day after tomorrow ho said almost reproacb full VVouIf it amounts to that I Wont goy he answered Thanks Good night she called and was gone Fosdeck strode down the walk toward the water lIe wasj thinking of the girl as she stood there on the ve COP1ck r lsg y down to the water he stopped sudden illy and dug his toe viciously into thin gravel Oh hang Aunt Elisabeth lie growled Fosdeck watched the fiet depart for the island next imornlniA with them Miss Martin nod her aunt He spent a miserable day wanderiti about the woods behind the hotel Late in tb nftenmon he took the catboat and sailcHldown past the Islaad where he saw the fleet anchored and caught a glimpse ot the merry picnic party on the shore Then he sailed southward and not until he saw the eet start for baroa dI4 bo turn about Iff came hark As he neared Poplar Island be saw some one fluttering a handkerchief from the pier He ran asliqre to find tlJeplerJlenlis rare good fortune Aunt Elizabeth said ingenuously as they tame aboard Presently she found an ifse to go below Oh what made you sail dothn past here said Ithe girl when they were alone Aunt Elizabeth recognized tIle boat by the queer pennant you fly Of course then she contrived to have us Ileft behind when thin fleet sailed back dyou when you came along rroor scuTil wanted to give her cnq more chance he returned fiefs go outside going back she Suggested Itll be rough out there in this wind Your nunt he began doubtfully Its what she deserves she said grimly Tlrcy went outside the chain of ih lands into a strong breeze and rough water Salt spray flew ove the bow Iu buck tftHsns they sped along Miss Martin sat on Theedgc of the cockpit her hair in fine disarray in the wind and her eyes shining Isnt this glorious she said Im almostgrateful td Aunt Elizabeth for once f One little hand grasped the rail near the wheel Fosdejck watched it hun grily and suddenly decided the wheel rownIhand on the rail She looked up in sur prize but made no attempt to withdraw it If Aunt Elizabeth hadnt preached you tto me on all conceivable occasions Id propose he said his voice husky with emotion I441fAunt Elizabeth hadnt throwndno at youu head Id accept you she returned Lets caU Aunt Elizabeth nilbei cried Letst she replied very softly free arm drew her gehtly from IHIs and close beside hlifa and al that moment some One came up through the companionway Aunt Elizabeth stood before them clutching the little brass rail vcrS whIt nfld shaky but even in that mpment of physical an guish she beamed upon them trium gooddghtAh I knew it from the very first Qfesaldjvoakly AW Y LAWYER tfhe Way lieMade IIU OpanentWIM- a Ctiue For him rLord Brampton a famous English heIwhen he had no defense He forced magistrates clerk to Be put into the witnesS box by the prosecution to prove a purely formal matter Xow having got him thinte he ttoss exam land him and made Wm pralctically mdihit that beled his magistVates by the nose to admit also that they had refused bail bilff advice and that a Judge at chambers had afterward granted It although the witness bail come up alt the wily front tondoh to oppose it Then jjsked me cross ex aminer You wcr6 in the room sir and did you not hcdr the learned Judge say there was riot a tag of a case against my unhappy client The prosecuting coifnsqll objected and it Hvas ruled out But the Jurors ha- dIirhFau ft nd heard the answer stopped The diss WtiOhi thus adduced m their miiid made them acquTF the prisoner LeaVJng the court that day the prisoners counsel asked his opponent WhY dkt you object to that question The atter Indignantly protested that Ills adversary whiten he asked It must haye known that It could hot be put Ves I did was the answer but 1ttftkiiewi you too nnd felt sure that you would object at the right tlniel flue joil should have wait edfor the nnser ns it would have been oIt WHYCOLORSFAD The Action of L4ghtand Air Is What CnuiiM the Change The fastness of color depends on the stability of the coloriiug matter as well nS on that of thin combination between the material l and tltV color Nearly all organic colors are bleached by tbe cpn tinned action of light and air Light alone can cause changes nnd favors the formation t f small quantities qf ozone and hydrogen peroxide especial ly in tile presence ot water which Is always to be found In all ordinary ma terials These two substances are powerful oxidizing agents readily giving inr a portion of the oxygen contained In tlicni and this combluoa with or oxI- dIzes the coloring uuu er forming a bodyt closely ajlled jlo1i1 but which Is less Intensely colored and In some cases ff the action is carried far enough the color Is entirely destroyed The chemical effects of the different colored rays vary greatly Bed jel IQW and green are practically Inert as bleaching agents while blue violet and qltra violet rays haVe a most powerful chemical action This tact explains why matprlals which are usually worn at night and hfeilco Arc exposed only 1ogns- or candle light do nit fade rapidly these Hluminants not ftavhig a preponder iinceof the blue and violetsrays while largeproportlouquickly affects colored fabric LuekeiLL yschool ificidentThe rich young man and the goldeji text One thing thou lackest A lad teacher in the primary class asked I ajllttjle tot to repeat the two and looking earnestly In the teachers face the child un blushlngly told her One thing thou Jackest a rich yomis man LETTERLISr f t Remaining unclaimed in tho Springfield postofflce lor week endingApril 23d Mrs Millie Baker Miss Susie- Bciope Mr Richard Cambron Mrr B G Colvin MarvJbe qoopeiti W EvansG T Evans Mr and i Mrs Claude Graham Missf Emerline Hardin Wactow Krzy wienski Miss Lizzie Long John Logan WT Man gum Miss Sadie P Meriweather Dan Moore H H Phi l saLouis Quisenberry Jeff Rice Miss Catherin Thompson GW Young Persons camng iqr tiDe letter will please say advertised11 aid give date of list W A Waters P ft tt 90 Dltop IA getabiPxeparatoiorAs siuiilatin theFoothindlhe- uIaththeSkacIisarttBolsof 1M VMS H1IDRIN HM WMH Pranwfes DigcslionCheerrur ness and estContains neilker oormaNorN tlOlZJrSJMJ 1itrJa Istrmna rJei- iiii onsliparinWormsConvulsions Feverish ness pndLoss Of SLEEP lacsin tc Signature of I NEW YOHK tIL1 l b oiU Dost s J J EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER r CASIRIkO pInfa and hildrei The Kind ti4 Hav- eAIwaYLIoIIlt I a 77Bears jSiofLiIi llt1 1 Use t 0 Joloyerf I Thirty Years CASIO l tWY6IIC r dLjj- JI 1 liw tiijj iilWiti iiiIi IYW Viwjl jIt i Hamburg Ribbon Jale I FOR SATURDAY AND MOHDAYHBII We will place on sale r 200 yds beautiful Hamburgs 4 to9 in bes Wl tllVide IIinto two lots one lot goes for 8c per yard and th widest tones go for lOc per yard These goods ar Iworth double what e ask for them Only TW DAYS at this Wehave some very tnHamburgs which we will pffer in this sale at 2r per con off regular price Tne prices on these range frpd 25 ceut to 50 cent per yard S 1a FOR THESE TWO DAYS 1 We will offer an extra good all Silk Taffeta piblbontNo i E = for 10ca yard in all colors other widths in same porJioni This is tho greatestbargain i or the season pwIIyou shouldnt miss it This is a high grade ribbon is gqod for many purposes eo OUR N0T1ON DEPART gNT Is full of many useful articles This isoneof our bes IL 1 depaitmenfs ana to simulate business wewiLl r i this sale offer a few snaps viz Pins Ic a pap r h Safety Pins 4c Card I Gold Eyed Neeflles 4c a paper Collar Buttons 5d doz SGood Brass Phs 4c paper GoodPearlButtori c d i sstd HairPins 4c ni box San Sill 4c spool zII It Per edTalcmTowder4cbexD xter nitting Good Toi cakesfOr5c V 4aabal ffPen holders Ic each Cork pen holdrs4c ael L Large pencil ts 4c each Wa SEe our stcclc of Combs and BrushesV prices JOIV No trouble to sidw goods Drop in fJU ROBERTSON BRO t 1f1 m rf m j ANMcELRQY GENERAL 1NSURANGE M Life Fire and Tornado OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANtf l l During my Jbsenjcefrom officeWQrig- or George Neikirk will attend to any biisin4s for me ii r i E eeEfl The Big Money k6ttitf j HOgggitersi Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remefv vhicfor more than 27 years has stood the severest ttests an4nal ases anbo depended upon i 1 IjDR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL MOtSS FHAT DIE tWhen this Remedy is fCtllL pre ventive FulUpartiCiflailregard lug this Insurance Prppesitlpn in L1 Dr Haa book Hugoloffyti most valuable book for everybdgrraiser and a REE copyo w 1ilcn may be had at our sfpre for tbeiraslcng IuI i t 25 Ib can 1250 half cans 6 502SO 125 and fiOcpcrpaclagc 20th Ofentury Poultry Fobd J I i 10 i pQ The greatest egg producer on the market Keeps fowls fij Healthy prevents cholera roupand all other poultry 1M1 t i Xl Dr os lIas Live Stock Remedy m FerHersii Cattlr sheep Etc As its name implies thWaREMEOY not 4opd aod it isnn equalled for correcting the commpnaisd5clet8itfhor e3i cattle arid sheepirn well as many of the more serious complaints SA Splendid preveptIcirouzdiseaeoiee 58AH25C PER PACKAGE tj IFOIALEY taMcCLURE WEILS t 1 CALL FOR OIRCUh RSSPRINGI Ln KY r8 BE For Sain 5QO cedar posts cut any length and deHveredv Also two mules one horse mule 4yeara old weilbroke ondJn yeitrllpf mare mule Addwss orsee J R CONNOR 4t FretlsrLck1Ih Ky o I O JfIlT- atcl I i kt t priqev during desired BIOTI LEGHORNS I Jgure Kred cHjckens lygh cl healthr birdi MissSu V- TH 44SSSSiISSS S SS S I SSS S S 44+ 44 t+ + + IIf ++ +4 + t+ u14I II otJ t t +rH s I- ohe Gentleman i J 11F From Indiana 1 t1J t ny BQOTH TARITGTOJ tc t hr DkkdaY tZ1 McClure Cc 1- iti Cpyrjk4 1902hy McClcsrr Ph111lpl iCo f- It ++ t t n I +J 4 + + ljjjiiiijjiiilfaiJ 3ItftWUl wrung nis Hands Tie tDoctor W kBfedl tfhatiB tbc name of all thats ter Creisthe BMtfer 1ohnt 7 Hfe epoaslang a light overcoat iHtfriici oa tke Overflowing nils ihi in kMdfe of clothed that lay in tbcltnwk tbea he Jumped on the lid wMh Wtk feet and kicked the hasp Into the leek white a very elegantly laun iiMi grit ad shirt sleeve dangled out fIR ato tke fastened lid I havent MM il to talk Tom I have eight ees iant to catch the express Its were tfefca a mile to the station and the tralm leaves here at 002 I get irsat 1047 Telephone a cab tor e yieaie w tell me the number I iItTrwrt to stop to huntit up Mwiitk looked him in the eyes In the ulot Harklesa flared a fierce HfkL Hte checks were reddened with airY fcealtby glow and his teeth WeN cHacMed till the line of his jaw few at like that of an embattled atatefe His brow was dark his chest WM tltrcwsk out and lie took deep t t te breath His shoulders were Ira and ia spite of his thinness they Jeeked JBUSY Lethargy or ma SzM HUawutccr his ailment Jtjwa gene He was six feet of hot wratk aad cold resolution Z Mid You are going yea be answered quietly I am 4C f f met I will go with you Y TlMWk you Torn said Htrkless tefly Meredith ran Into his room pressed M electric button and began to dive 3 fate Us ctotiHs with a pantlng rapidity Mtoatetigly foreign to his desire The eiUrfd BMB appeared In the doorway Tfce cart Jim 1 shouted his master We waat IIt like lightning Tell the feek to give Mr Harkless his breakfast t siMa hwrry Set a cup of coffee on the taWe by the front door for me Run Wev got to catch a train That will be Dicker than any cab he explained r t Harkleair Well break the ordl BBBC Against fast driving getting fewa there Tea ifitttes later the cart swept away frog the iiouse at a gait that poised the respectable neighborhood Tbe big horse plunged through the air ale ears laid lat toward his tall The cart careened sIckeningly and the face of Ute servant clutching at the rail in the fear was smeared with pallor as they pirouetted around curves 09 one wheelL To him it seemed they skirted the coraers and death simultaneously aad the speed of their going made a wag wiadta their faces HarkkM leased forward Can you It a ilttte faster Tom T he said JJate iaabed up to tbe station amid the crl4g of people flying to the walls f for safety The two gentlemen leaped t free the cart bore down upon the et eftce stormed at the agent and- ltdf 1lfraa sadly at the gates flourishing t 1tMlr pjuMports The official on duty p eyed tbeaa wearily Been gone two- rJBl Ute he remarked with a n aee able yawn 7 Harkless stampg fci3 oat on the ce Betlt tagsrJSeh he stood stock still zlag Mhe empty tracks but Mere tltk tited to him smiling Wont it keepT be asked Yes it will keep John answered p Tart of it may have to keep till elec ttea day but some of it I will settle before night And that he cried be 1j twees his teeth and that is the part I of it la regard to young Pisbeer 1 Oh Its about H FIsbee is it Yes its H Pisbee ise Well lye might as well go up and wkat the doctor thinks of you theres sm train 4j dont want to see a doctor again ever as long as I live Im as well as aaybWy Tom burst out laughing and clapped bk ceepanion lightly on the shoulder bia eyes dancing with pleasure Upon ay soul1 he cried I believe you are A miracle wrought by the witch wand i tadlgoation Thats rather against traditloB isnt It Well lets tak a drive11 Meredithi said the other turning to l Wgravely you may think me a fool If you will and itS likely I am bid I dont leave this station except by trala Ive only t vo days to work in cL1 14 rt f L t I fi 1 Ir 1- Pi J 4 t J F 1 L BfcrkliHW ttUy ttreMcd was standing in the Kiddle Of the floor aad every minute lessens our chances to beat McCaae and I have to beglij by jr wastteg tbxe oa a tussle with a traitor 4Crera another train at 1155 I dont tabeaay chances on missing that ones f lt1VeiJ well laughed his friend push g good humoredly toward a door i by a red and white striped pillar well wait here If you like But at toast go la there and get a shave Its a y cl aa aba You want to look yourest if ya are geteg down to fight HFisi bee w- Tak UM e thehaad you will tin ttJl i a41et Harklessaad he thrust f e bia three teJegrams of thetmorning t t iMe TMa iiaad aad lUsappeared 1 lliJSt bS bac shop Wbea be was gone i HutiWi MMit i the telegraph office t4 itt tbe s4iMiMi Md MIlt a ine over the rina a ifefarKeep y mr delegation It aibMM Ie a tvmlmi on the 1H55 81L MIl ke rid Ute three telegrams MMabd five htei They were AI iwai Ptattvttk snp ti4le PreMRt ifleuMbent- tlL matter No hope for X JL t torry Everything all t WARREN MITU- Hrkls K you have the Mrength to wsl ci dowa lcCor the c1Y tdI HHvrv fly f xwii Lrtniia DUJ conic It kills you KH You Intru ted me with sole responsibil ity for all matters pertaining to Herald Declared yourself mere spectator Does this permit your Interfering with my pol icy for the paper Decline to consider any proposition to relieve me of my ties without proper warning and ojilow ance of time Forced to disregard all sug gestions as to policy which by your own Instructions is entirely my affair and must be carried out as I direct H FISBEB CHAPTER XIV accommodation traIl wan THE down through thcntt crnoon sunshine stopping at ever Village and every country postofllce dn the line There was a passenger In the smoker who found tile stops at these wayside buD lets In terminable He got up and paced the aisle nov and then and hfs couipanion reminded him that this was not cer tain to hasten the hour of their arrival at their destination I know that answered lie but Ive got to beat McCune By the way observed Meredithi you lloft your stick behind You dont think I need 1a club to face tom chqkcd Oh no I wasnt think- Ing of your giving HI Fisbee beating- I meant to lean on a fl dont want iit Ive got to walk lanie all my life but Im not going to hobble on a stick Tom looked at him sadly for a mo ment It was true and the Crossroad ers might hug themselves in their cellsqver the thought For the rest of his life John HlJr leSs was to walk with Just the limp they themselves would haye had if as in former days their sentence had been to the ball and chain Sit down boy sit down said Meredith and his friend obeyed The window was open beside the two young men and the breeze that blew In soothed like a balm yet held a tang nnd spice in it a hint of walnuts and hf coming frost There was a newness Iti the atmosphere that day a bright invigoration that sbt the blood tin gling The hot months weredone with languor was routed Autumn spoke tOI industry told of the sowing of another harvest of the tawny shock of the purple grape of the red applo and call ed upon muscle and laughter brealh Jng gayety into mens hearts The little stations hummed with bustle and noise big farrnt wagons rattled off up tile village streetS raced with cut under or omnibus people walked with quick Steps the baggagciuasters called cheerily to the trainmen thai the brakemen laughed goodbys to rollick ing girls At times the train ran between shadowy droves imd delicate lahdscape vistas framed In branches opened closed and succeeded each oth eri anU then the travelers were carried beyond into thc level oppjij gaHt TtfP looked out to whejcxttieTiitenselj blue SeptembcrjJilfisT ii down to tlie low IQtteoIirTiieeting the boundless aisles of corn It takes a long time for the full beauty of the lint lands to reach a mans soull Once there nor hills nor sea rior growing fan leaves of palm J shall suffice him It is like the beauty In the word Indiana It may be that there are people who do not consider Indiana a beautiful word but lef it ring true in your ears and It has a ribherjsounfl than Vnllombrosa All itt once the anger ran out of John Harkless He was a hud man for anger to tarry with Andrinplaeeof it a strong sense of home coming began td take possession of him He was go lag home Back to riattville whore r belong he said to himself without bitterness and It was the truth Every nina cometh to his own place In the end v Yes as one leaves a guy acquaintance of the playhouse lobby for some hard handed tried old frIend so he would wave the outer uvorld godspeed collie back to the old ways of andI What though the years were dusty Had his frIends juid his memories his old black brier pipe lIe had a girls picture that he should carry In his heart till his last tiny and If hits life was sadder it was infinitely richer for it IllS winter fireside would lie hot so lonely for her sake and losing her M lost not everything for lie hud had the rare blessing of having known h And what man could wish to be healed of such ri hurt Far better have had it thnn to trot a smug pace unscathed He had been a dullard a sluggard vcary of himself unfit to fight a failure IIi life and a failure In love That was ended He w43 tired of failing ninl it nas time to suwfrd for awhile NerveFagIf Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will suffer For ItfYou can waste nerve force by excess overwork worry anxiety etc Youctln weaken yourself by not eatInG proper food or securing sufficient rest to renew the nerve energy you use up The proper treatment In addition to good phosphatic food such as whole meal bread prepared cereals etc Is pr Miles Restorative Nervine This Is as truly a brain and nervo food as any food you could eat and bp sides furnishes strength and tone of its own which goes to the weakened nervo system and sets It to rights Dr Miles Restorative JNerlno Is a refreshing revitalizing tonic foodmedlcino for the brain and nerves It reconstructs WornoUt nerve tissue and flue your languid brain with now life and Dr Miles Nervine has mado so lgOrI marvelous cures of people so doctors thought they were incurable that iia today the standard medicine In ninny thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help- you odrugIst returns your money- The ctremo heat close confinement and intense mental strain incident the banking business has caused toIto surfer with nervousness and o thatItreltItoenpossess nervesfl L DAIJJT Cashier State Bank Terarcana AsStJ TPPW write to us for Free Trial Antllttls wrong and ow to right It JiEDYt 1onLES LLKIIATLiD nsotcu Co I I To accept tHe worst that rate can ceai and to wring courage from it Instead I of despaIrthat Is success and It was the success that he would have He would take fate by the neck But had it done him unkIndness He looked out over the beautiful monotonous landscape and he answered heartily No There was Ignorance Jn man but no unkIndness Were man utterly wise he were utterly kind The Cross roaders had notknown better that was all The unfolding aisles of corn swam pleasantly before his eyes The earth hearkened to mans wants and answered The clementsuu and summer rains hastened the tuition Yonder stood the brown haystack garnered to feed the Industrious horse that had earned his meed ZThere was the straw thatch etl shelter for the cattle How the or chard boughs bent with their burdens The bIg red linrna stood stored with tIle hanest for this was Carlow coun ty and he was coming home They crossed a byroad An old man with a streaky gry chin beard was sitting on a sack of oats in a seatless wagon waiting fop the train to pass Harkless seized his companion excited ly by tbe elbow Tommy he cried its Kim Feutrissi Lbok Did you see that old fellowI Isaw a particularly Uninterested and uninteresting gentleman sitting on a bag replied his efend Why thats old Kimball Ijeritriss Hes going to town He lives on the edge of the count j Can this be true said Meredijh gravely I wonder said Harkless thought fully a few moments InterI wonder why he had them chanted around Who changed around The team He always used todrlve the bay on the near side and the sor rel on the off uAIldat present rejoined Meredith I am to understand that be is driving the sorrel on the near side and the bay on tIle of- fThats it returned the other VHe must have worked them like that for some time because they didnt look uneasy Tleyrea11 right about the train those two Ive seen them stand with their beads almost against a fast freight See there He pointed to a white frame farmhouse with green blinds Thats Win Hlbbards Were Just outside of BeaveiV Beaver Elucidate Beaver boyP Beaver Meredith your informa tion ends at ho ne What do you know of your own state if you are ignorant lor Beaver Beaver is that city of Cdr low county next in importance and population to Pjlattville IXom put his head out of the window you lire right he said T already see live people there Meredith had observed the chapge in his companions mood lie had watched hkn closely all day looking for a return of his malady but he came to the conclusion that in truth a miracle hail been wrought for the lethargy was gone and vigor seemed to increase in Harkless wfth every turn of the wheels that brought them nearer Plattville and the nearer they drew to Plattville the higher the spirits of both the young men rose Meredith knew what was happening there and he began to be a little excited As he had said there were five people visible at Beaver and be Wondered where they lived as the DIy building in sight was the station nnd to satisfy his curiosity he walkcil out to t o iltMff e sta io- ntsl9iithie woods and brown leaves whirled along the platform One of tbeI live people was anold lady and she en teredI a rear tar The other four were men One of them handed the con Iofficial henri1the The man sprang up the steps of the smoker and looked in He turned to Meredith Do you now if that gen tlcman In the gray coat is Mr Hark Jess lIes got his back this way and I dont want to go inside The air In a smoker always gives me a spell 5Yes thats Mr Harkless The man Jumped to the platform All right boys he said tltlp herI oittr The doors of the freight room were thrown open and a big bundle of col ored stuffs was dragged out and hastily unfolded One of the men ran to the farther end of the car with a strip of red whitp and blue bunting and tack ed it securely while another fastened the other extremity to the railing of the ships by Meredith The two loOm panions of tills pair performed the arne operation with another strip on tie other side pf the car They ran similar lines of bunting near the roof from end to end so that except for the windows thesides of the ear wcru completely covered by the national col ors Then they draped the vestibules with jtlags It was all done in a trice Merediths heart was beating fast Whtits it all about he nfelfcd Picnic down the line answered the man tn charge removing a 4rfck fro lila mouth He motioned to the IIII ductor Go ahead The wheels began to move the orators remained on the station plat form letting the train pass them but Meredith cfaning his neck from the steps saw that they Jumped on the last car Whats the celebration asked Ilarklesswhen Meredith returned Picnic down the line said Mere dith Nipping weather for a picnic A bit cool dont you think Qneof those fel lows looked like a rlond of mine Homer Tifabs or as Homer might look if lie were In disgrace lIe had his lint hung on his eyes and he slouched like a thief In melodrama as he tacked up the hunting on this side of the car He continued to point out various fuiulllar places llnally breaking out enthusiastically as they drew nearer the t6wn Hello Look there beyond the grove yonder See that house Yes John Thats the Bowlders Youve got to knowjhe Bowlders Id like to The kindest people In the world Thin Briscoe house we cant see because its so shut in by trees and besides its a mile or so ahead of us Well go out there for supper tonight Dont you like Briscoe IiCivthe best they inake Well go uptown with Ttuld Bennett in the omnibus and youll know how a Rapid lire machine gun sounds I want to go straight to the Herald office he finished with a suddenly darkening brow After all there flay be some ex planation Meredith suggested with a little hesitancy H Flsbee might turn out morp honest than you think Harkless threw his head back and laughed Honest A man In the pay of Rodney MeCune Well we CUll let It wait till we get there Listen Theres the whistle that means were getting near home Why theres an oil well So it is And ahofhor three live seven seven in sight at once They tried it lliI mil g south and failed but you Uut fool Epb Watts Llclilm I wapt you Know virtt5 They ran by the outlying houses of the town amid a thousand descriptive exclamations from Harkless who Wished Meredith to meet every one in Car low But he came to a pause in the middle of a word Do you hear mu- siC he asked abruptly or is It only the rhythm of the ties It seems to me theres music in the air answered his companion 1Tve been fancying heard It for a minute pr so There Noyes Its a band Isnt it t Xo What would a bandy s it Is The train slowed upand stoppetl at a water tank 200 yards east of the eta tion undo their uncertainty was it an end From somewhere down the rack came the detonating boom of a cannon There was a clash of brass and the travelers became sure of a band play Ing Marching Through Georgia lcredltb laid his hand onblskOm panloutf shoulder John he said John The cannon fired again and there came a cheer from 3000 throat thfe shouters all unseen The engine cpugh onrnndInalongside the station in the mIdst of a riotous Jam of happy people wbo +were waving Hags and banners and handker chiefs and tossing their hints highl in the air and shouting themselves hoarse the band played in dumb show It could not hear Itself play The people aline at the smoker like a long wave nnd Warren Smith Briscoe Keating and Mr Bonce of Gaines were swept ahead of it Before the train stpppetf they had rushed eagerly up the steps and entered the Car Harkless was on his feet and started to meet them He stopped What does it mean hesaid and began to grow pale Is Halloway did McCune have you Warren Smith seized ojie of his hands and Briscoe the other What does It mean cried Warren It means that you wore nominated for congress at five minutes after loclock thlsafternopn On the second ballot shouted the wage just as young TTsUee planned it weeks ago s e a It was one of the great crowds of Carlows history Since noon an air most unintcrmittcnt procession of pc destriansr and vehicles lied been making its way to the station and every wag on buckboard buggy and cut under had its flags or bunting or streamer of ribbons tied to the whip The excite meat increased as the time grew short cr Everybody was struggling for a better position The people In wagons und carriages stood upon thes seats and the pedestrians besieged them climbing on the Whecfs or balancing recklessly with feet on the hubs of opposite wag ons Everybody was bound to see him When the whistle announced the corn ing of the train the bund began to play the cannon fired horns blew and the cheering echoed and reechoed till 1ica ens vault resounded with the noise the people of Curlew weremaklng There was one heart that almost stopped beating Helen was standing on the front sent of the Briscoe buck board with Minnie beside her and at the cpmuiotlon the horses pranced and backed so that LIge WHIctta run to hold them But Helen did not notice the frightened roans nor did she know 4flntflcltdbeernflithel waist to keep her from falling Her eyes were fixed Intently on tire smoke of the faraway engine and her hand lifted to her face In an uncertain tremulous fashion as it was One day Ina circus tent was laid against the deepest blush that evcr mantled a girls cheek When the train reached the platform sire saw Briscoe and the oth ers rush into the bunting covered car and there ensued what was to her an almost intolerable pupae of expecta ion while the crowd assaulted the windows of the smoker leaping up anil climbing on each others shoulders to catch the first dhnbse of him Brlmxx c 1T7 ana a rccc raced young man ta manger to Plattville came down the steps laughing like boys and then Keating and Deuce and then Warren Smith AS the lawyer reached the platform he turned toward the door of the car and waved lila hand as In welcome HWc he is boys he shouted At that it was as If all the noise tyat had gone before had been mere leak age of pent up enthusiasm A thousand horns blared deafeningly the whistle of the locomotive and tliat of Tub bards mill were added to Aiic din the courthouse bell was pealing out a wel come and the church bells were rIng lug the cannon thundered and then cheer on cheer shook the air as John Harkless came out under thtflags and passed down the steps of the car hcUdSlofmult of flags and hats and handker chiefs she suddenly gave a frightened glance about her and jumped down from her high perch and sank into the back seat of the bnckboard with her burning face turned from the station and her eyes fixed on the ground She wanted Jo run away as she hind ran from him the first time she ever saw him and then as now he came in tri umph hailed by the plaudits of his fel q t1W2Aiir At ILIVI1AL I c It means that you were nominated for collarets J lows dud now as on that long depart ed day of her young girlhood he was borne high over the heads of the peo ple for Minnie cried to her to look thy were carrying him on their shoul hers to his carriage She had had only that brief glimpse of huh before ha was lost in the crowd that was so glad to get him back again and sci proud of him but she laid seen that he looked very white and solemn Brlgcoa brought Tom Meredith through the crowd and putvhlm in the buckboard beside Helen All right Lice called tlit Judge to Willetts who was at the horses heads You go get into line with the boys they want you Well go down on Multi street to see the parade He explained gathering the reins In his hand Did you tell him about Mr Hallo way asked Helen leanbjg forward anxiously Warren told him before wr jgftjhe car answered Brlscoe IJdhnvc- d Jln on thienatI J expect It we liaoiiTJma3ehIm sure it was all right with Kedge If I understood What Mr Smith was saying Halloway must have behaved very well nail Meredith The judge laughed He saw It was the only way 10 beat McCune arid l ldhave given his life and Harkless too rather than IcfMcCunc have It Why did you leave Mr Harkless Helenasked her cousin her pyesnot meeting his My dear girlhe replied because for some 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