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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i i w r THF NWJ4DRI r r fiti- r pI 1 rf0 INew SeriesVo1l XI No 17 SPKlNGFIEED WASHINGTON r COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 28 1904 SLD A YEAK c JL 4 fHUMPSOI Jr1 RBOBUTT JM BUR1I SB Thompson Jr Go f UNDERTAKERS kD EMBALMERS Cirry in utockall kinds of Fuffara IuPPPHONE 53 + OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County52 miles south t east ofi iexitigion 59 miles from jEfQuisvjlIeoa Bardstqwu branch of rl juisvllle and JTashville railroad in and agricultural districta farming Two flanksi legraph and telephone lines express office our mills lumber yards Pppnration 1100 population ofI county 15000 I R prse tativc hi Congress Hon D H Smith Hodfjenville Ky l Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke Jgeprescntattyo in State Senate Hon KvI1Iarry Lancaster Lebanon c County directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins ori thefondhj SMonday in EjebraaryI Mayand Octo bar C E Iattescn Judges RL Durham Common wealth At- 4M9tflCYfr pl FM Campbell 1I ClerkI i cj IM Q Lcacliman1Master Com miss loner p QPARTtCOUIr Quarterly Court isheld on the third Vfpnday iu each month Bi Id Ljitsey Judge COUNTY COURT County tCuart meets oh the fourth Monday inteich mouth DL Ifitsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk T s IayCouuty Attorney George Catleti Jaileri 1 Byron Croake Sheriff i Richard Isliam E RiH Sidney Osborneff Dcputi23 F Moore County Surveyor JiJJamesJ I Royalty Assessor TP OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer QJM Montgomery Coroner rIV Bush Supt of Common Schools JP 0 Springfield ICLTY COURT James ROe P lice Judge I Jbhn fi33 Mirihal Wi Br Urigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jitsti Courts arc lied in January April Jq17nd October Church Directory V BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Sf J Cannon Pastor Ser Aicesevcry4Sunday at II am and 700 pSimda y School at900 Prayer Meeting pu Wednesday night at 700 +TETHODIST CHURCH it Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third uda Sin each inouthatlla m and 730 p ni fund School every Sunday atilO am Prayer cmeetingt every 2fcTCedncsday night CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F riennessay Pastor Ser- vicesq every Sunday at 8 and 10 o lock Services at St Rose same hours a uJ JCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday io each month Jj PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH Bev T D I atimerf Pastor 1 Preach ing every Sunday at 11 amj and at 7 pm Sunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer meeting ovory Thursday evening at 7 oclc c- ktraternaiOrdeTL5 t J 11 W MASONIC LODGE Springfleid lodge No 50 ineet second Monday in each monthWashmtQnRO Chapter No 57 13D every third Monday Springfield Council No 52 meets on every tourth Monday KNIGHTElofTlIEjMACAHEES Meet Cvciv f lit VUrt jew incachmon = 6 AMERICAN 4II SILVER k TRUSSIIJ LjL1 LIGHT I COOL Zasyto Wean I JteUlM VNo pressure oa S- ScYereXI Uior Back Hernia I L4 wWiCaaloft J3ucnrvewII For sale by C Jv Haydoa havetwed Chamberlains Stomach iriyerTtpleti with most SAtisfactory J TresulU says Mrs J t Phelps of H ofton Tex M For iudijftstioiif 411kwa ifjss ard coBitipatibn these tab etsare most xceleit Sold atHay DrMgstre 1 WrN lriiilWWW Ww mrw 1 jft ROUND Of TAUC I l J S 5YlPHI sqqLinck Kicking By Nixon Waterman What you pot to kitk about Aint your limbs al good Aint you got two big J1stoutj To enforce your minds Atnt you got a lot d health Bettern pilers an pIes 0 wealth Lets sit down an Jigger out What youve got to kick about S ly you aint a chump Well then B tel off than some fool inen Hear all right ah got good eyes ThemaiithingyouorttoprIzeGot Party good in every part Say Im jEst chock full o doubt What youve got to kick about 1ikesme fightin taad 10 see Men asbjest as they can be GJ agrowlin round asthough Ilfe is all a cloud of woe ookinsiilky all the while When there crt to be a niile Come lets try to figger out What youve got to kick about y ITSEYDavid R Litsey 5son of County Judge B L Litsey has received It letter from Adj Gen Percy Haley in forming him that he had been appointed to a termiii the United States Service School at Ft Leavenwortlf K nsasAfter a years course at this School Lieut Litsey will receive a commission in the TJ S Army Davy Litsey is a popular young fellow He is now a student at Central tJniversity Danville and is Lieutenant of the McChprd Ritfesj the mil t ry company of this place MPROvi tiTh lownrus X tees have begun York onI street improvement and rather extensive operations in that line are laid ou6 for this Spring which will contribute greatly to the progress of the town On East Main1 street ditches and gutters are being made and 11jj new course of metal will be put on as soon as the rock crusher can be putInto operation to furj nish it and bad places in 91J streets in o her paxts of the torn will be repaired One of thet most extensive improvements contemplated isth widening of Walnut street from Main north to the town limits This will have tobe done by securing several feet of ground from the property owners on each sidei The residents along that street realize the advantage it would 6e to have a vide street and a great many of thetahaVe already expressed their willingness to donate the necessary ground from the front of their lots fpr that purpose 1 6 steps have yet been taken Jh this matter but it is being Hscussed and from all accounts jmeets with the approval of all citizens who have been heard to express them selves PAcT RSpringfieldXEW have a mew enterprise in the near future which will be jof material value to the business and growth of the town The new industry consists ofa harness factory that will manu facture harness and all kinds ofI strap goods by tile wholesale The concern will mploy from 15- to25 skilled workmen and will have a big output of manufac tured goods with which they hope to supply local merchants as well as harness dealers else where The new enterprise will be under the management of Messrs Hbdappi Miller prac tic l harness makers who aIe experienced tIll the business having opera da factory in Louisville For the past two years these gentlemen 1ivebeen employed in the harness department of Belknap1 Co Mv Hodapp who has also be travel ing salesman f0r the above named firm is wellUknown hi Washington county he having married Miss May Thompson daughter of the late Judge Andy Thompson Mr Miller was here the first of the week to close arrangements for quarters etc The business men of the town have shown the new firm ever courtesy and have encouraged them in the new undertaking t 4 ri HANGES There is to be a achanging about among the W lWJ lYIPJ l town which 1HverYtablesotlle thenum berjr now in operation from thtee io two Messrs Frank W Simms Co Who have success stabllfully operatetie new near the depot here for about two years are to have a sale and sthi but flieir entire equipment Thompson Boblitt have rent4 tlie Simms stable and will vacate the old stand they noWoccupy which will be closed up Two firstclass livery stables have always pvospered in Springfield but three overcrowds the trade just a little y O HAUNTY Among the new O additions to Springfield citizenship is Dr George M Shauiity who has rented an office and has 1lUngQut his shingle and settled dOwn f01 the practice of his profession in the town Dr Shauiity i by noI men a stranger among usi having beeii reared at Freder ickstown where he leaves a large practice fo the care of Dr John Shauntyv Dr George has re cently returned from New York where he attended lectures and took some special courses in medicine which lias specially equipped himfor prActice DIG CuorIf one is to j Judge from the preparations made so far by the farmers of the county the orlops groWn this year wilt be record breakers provided of course the season is at all favorable The acreage to be planted in corn and tobacco and oats will certainly exceed that of last year and for severalYears past There arq several reasons for this tile main one being the very favorable opportunity the farmers3 have had to break and prepare the ground for plant ing The weather has been ideal for plowing and the ground has been put into fine condition The good prices prevailing for tobacco and cbrn has stimulated planting and farmers are putting out all they think they can cul tivrtteV J A great deal of the wheat was winter killed and the fields were replanted to oats which will caus abig cropof than cereal to be put out DO IT TODAY The timeworn 1i n jun c t iion NeAer put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hackingcougti demoralizing cold withyouVhave been struggling for several days p rlaps wpeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that retn dY bp Dr 13os chees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its conlin ed use for a few days will cure you com pletelyNo matter how deep sealed your cough even if dread consumpiibn has attacked you lungs German Syrup will surely offecta cureaiit has done before hlbousndsofappnr ntly hopeJess cases of lung ttouble regular4edrufrstore racdl AYcrted Justin the nick of time our little boy was saved wrltts is W Watkjns of V Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played slid havcc with him and a terrible cough sot inhesides Doctors ir aled him but he grew worse every dav At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound andl well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and sill Lunn diseases Guaranteed byC J Hadon Druggistt Price 50c and 10o rial bottles aslrepresentatives for a high class magazine Large commissions Cash prizes Write J N Tram er 80 East Washington Square New York N YI The batcsf Down in the southern part of the State a couple of men are working ai swindling scheme on some of the farmers A stranger appears on the road diligently searching for a lost diamond and offers a reward of 100 Iran for its recovery He goes away not finding the ring and shortly afterward atramp picks up a ring The farmer who is to be the victim offers the tramp 25 for the ring expecting to get the SI 00 reward Th tramp accept it and leaves When the farmer can not find the stranger be grows suspicious and has a jeweler to examine the ring It is generally pronounced to be worth about fifteen cents Good for Glilreii- Thcolcasanf to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough La Grippe and Croup because itdoes not passimmcdiatcl into the tomach but takes effect richt at the seat of the trouble It draws out them llama tion heals and wothesand cures per iflianently by euabling the lunns to contribute pure lif giving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Care isJ pleasant to take ndil iiS gOOd alike for young and old Sold bj all druggist I Mor RIots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an indi vidual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension willbe followed by utter collapse unless reliable reme dy is immediatelyt employed1 Theres nothing so efficfent to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonici and effective nervine and the greatest allj around medicinQ for run lown systems It dispells Nervous ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels alarm germs Only aOc and satisfaction guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist ebanon Locals FryraTMio EnterpricI =About a year ago some one purloincda wjaeel belonging to Mr Joe Barker and although Chief Thompson has been onthe lookout for the tnief itr was lwtj until the first of the week that hisefforts were rewarded when the wheel was ridden to town byI a yorng man from tlehiast endI of the county Mr Thompson interrogated the rider of the wheel and learned from whom he bought it As it is only a short time until the grand jury convenes no arrest was made but the fellow who stofe the bicycle is known and an indict inent will be found against hilII at the approaching terra of court Bud Fisher colored who hasI bedn working for Sylvester Rus sell Jr near Lebanon was killed at Campbellsville Saturday night bya negro named Johnson A quarrel arose in a blind tiger and both negros used their knives Johnson surrendered to Taylor county Authori ties and is in jail at C mpbells Jviile Both negros were known as desperate characters Policeman Wm Yowell net with a painful accident Monday night which will cause him to wear his left duke in a slIng for some time The officer was standing ori the railroad watching a Weary Willie hen a train approached He took a stop backward to get off the track and in doing so his foots 1u tka rock and he fell Ins left arm striking the rock and breakirg the bone between the lbow and shoulder The wound is painful butt not serious an4 the police mans many friends wish lnm a speedy ro co very SfATu OF Ouio CITY OF TOLEDO j SIILUCAS CotfxTVi Frank J Cbcny makes oath fha Jie1 JIChCity fr Toledo County and aforeI said and that aii firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ecry case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh din e FRANK J CHENY Sworn to before mc and subscribcd n my presence this 6th day of Dc cember A D 1886 SUAI y A W GLEASON NOTAHY Punuc Halls Catarrh Oureis taken internally and acts directly on the blood add mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials freeIF J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 7Sc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation h Washington Letter This has been a busy week The remaining appropriation bills have slid noiseless along iin the Senate and House and given opportunity for the discussion of other important matter Both majority and minority leaders now announce that Con gress will adjourn ttbwards the end of next week This will bone of the shortest regular ses ions everknown excepting such as terminate by lawn March 4th jIThe House on Tuesday alter an excited discussion passed the State ood bill providing for the admission of Okjahoma and Indian Territory as Oklahoma and of Arizona and New Mexico as Arizona There ivas heated oppositon to the measure and it is not tholught tbatitwill at this sessioni et through the Senate where iit made its appearance yesterday pemocrals protested and raged ag insbit in the House and yot di against without a single trUant but the RepubH cans thbugh several of them spoke against iti voted solidly for it and Mr Williams said jammed it through for party purposes General Grosvenpr spoke against it but lined up as a party man when the roll was called Senator Burrows committee on the case of Senator Reed Smoot has got to work again Six of th e thirteen more wit nesses summoned have already arrived in this city and two or three tijuant apostles on their way hitlier Bigham H Roberts former Congressman testified yesterdajy Meantime President Joseph JFISmiih has had enthu siastic Jieception in Salt Lake City by this live wivesfortytwo children and innumerable friends The Daughters and other various relics p the American Revolu ti nndw in session here have altered an exemplary sniff andI vocifpriusly demanded the ex tinctionj of Smoot who is still in his seat rind whom they lUe to point the scornful finger of idea tification at from heir seats in the gallery He is an undersized bashful looking man with skim milk eyes red hair nnaggressive moustache and n nbsje that Julius Caesar might envy Just looking at him you wouldnt think he could make such a dis turbance He is said to have married his popularity at home by Ibeing parsimonious in the matter of wives Roberts ac bnoyledges to three wives and defies the government In a talk which I have this morning with a statesman from the gebgraphicar centre of these United States hesaid It is an infernafl shatne about Joe Burton He has been a faithful senator untiring in the interests of Kan sas He has never meant to do u wrong thing Yoi ask me why hedoesnt let you interview him Well he is too proud and too conscious that be is dead right and will lie vindicated in the end See here He was convicted of influencing the postofficedepart font against the fraud order in behalf oflthe Rialto Company through Payne end Cochrane Now both these men affirm his inhqcence NfC sir Joe Burton will die in his tracks before he will whimper or make any appeal to the public against the outrage that has been inflicted Whim1 But then Senator Poineroys Kansas friend said the same ihing aoout him = lAgers ff your bfood Is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It ts pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly kn- owSarsaparilla the medicine that brings good health to the homethe only medicine tested and tried for 60 years Adoctors medicine- I otre mj Me wlUjotrt doubt to Ayeri Sarsaparilla U U the most wonderful medl cine In the wOJld for neryoInes Mr cure permanent anti I cannot thank ron enough US DELIA Newark MJ- SIM a bottle 7cATERCO- An druCit forLoweU Man Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayers Pills each night greatly aid tru tarsaparlila J The Knights o Columous have gone home after delivering their 50V000 to the jCatholic UniversiFy Daniel Colwejl national secretary said in his speech at the smoker Ours is the richest order in the world We have a ourIcent I predict and pray that Ia time will cpme when the rqera of thEi1 Catholic Church can muster a quorum in tue House of Representatives GOOJ SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and all the five spirits ever nqade In the Blue Grass State cpuld not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandone il effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition it you would feel buciyan happy and hopetul bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful if your pursuits Youeall put your liverin fineS condition by using Greens August Fowert nu greatest of all medicipes for the liver and stpmach apd a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has beena favorite hbusendld remedy fair qver thirtyfive J years August Flower 4will make your liver healthy and activo and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottjes 75cN At C J Haydons drugstore Arc YOU a DYSDrDtic Ifiyoii are a dyspeptic you owe it to y6urscfand your friends tget weUj Dyspepsia anncfySy the dyspeptics friends because his disease ours tisI disposition as well as his stomachI Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only redyspcpsia indigestion and scur stpmacji but this palpatablc recon structive tonic digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the llife as well as the stom ach When yfyu take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the fciod yu eatle prinvod It Is digested assimilated and its nutrient properties rvppropriajtcd by the blood Und tissues Health is the result Sold by all drug ts- Smith Stands Alone A special from Washington Saturday jays As the question Of instruction the delegation to the National convention all the members of the delegation are of one opinibh with the exception of Representative Smith He contends that the delegation should be instructed for a candi date for President He says he Ibelievjes that a great State like- Kentuckyshould have some fixd- cobvkftionor choice for Pr si dent so that iit may be known as a Parker H ate a Hearst State or a McClellan State Senators McCreary and Blackburn are strong in their opposition to any movement to instruct the dele gation Best Covli Medicme Jor Gbtldren When you boy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place impllcic confidence You want one that not only relieves but cures YOU want one that is un questionably harmless Yoii frant one that jia pleasant totakc Chamber lains Cough Remedy meets all ofj these conditions There is nothing so good for tne coughs and colds incident toxhildhood It is also a preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever from whooping couth when it is giyoti It has been used In many epidemics of that disease with perfect succeSs For sale at Hay dons Drugstore I IA Caru Headlle Any man yoman or Child suffering from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take one or two of DeWitis Little EarlysRisers night an4l morning These famous URIc pills are famouS because they are aI toqic as well as pills While they cleanse the system they strengthen and rebuild itby their tonic effect on the liver bowels Sold by all druggist Sold flneI1orsesj Capt J R Downs of Bloom field mad the following sales of fine horses ut the recent Hudson Bros horjse in Louisville Mar tha bayjiigh acting mare 275 Silver Crown walk trop and canter gelding 340 Winnie walk trot and canter mare 287 50 McGrover tlight chest nut saddle gelding 400 As there were about three hundred horses sold and the above figures were about the highest prices paid Capt Downs deserves great credit for his ability to handle horses for pleasure and business Standard JJJJVYH SPSP n l bl t tt9f 11It An Old Claim II Thirty nine years ago the 3rd of the next month Cap A Offutt of this city Tvncj had fought on the Union side in the great civil conflict was dis beKanIthe peaceful pursuits of IIlife Thirtynine years is a long while and today wIth most of the veterans the war is but a thing of undying memory But a few monthsago the Captain received a statingthat communication from aclanD Government and wanted to collect iit for him Captairt Offutt replied that he believed there was due him pay for one days service and a small amount for clothing but as it was such a small matt r it was hardly worth pushing He gave the matter no mOre thought until Monday when he received a check for 928 in pay ment for the claim which he had as good as forgotten Doubtless there are thousands of other veterans who like Captain Offutt have such 11aboutof the numerous claim agents afc the National Capitol will sooner or later apprise time of the fact Lebanon Enterprise LET US HELP Win HEALTH Wood tCampbell Want Every Ca tal hsurrelcioUac Hy omef and beCuledI Statistics show that at least 97 out of every 100 persons in this state suffer from catarrh in some form WhIJehe disease is oneof the most common it is also one of the most dangerous and off nsive Teadihg to consumption and other diseases of the respiratory organs Prior to the discovery of Hyomei and its introduction in this section by Wood Campbell every method ofI treatment had been found vorthlesst The discovery of Hyomei and ItaI growing popularity has already reduced the percentage of those suffer ing from catarrh This wonderful remedy is the simplest and most pleasant of treatments Put 10 drops of Hyomei ia the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit and breathe It for a few minutes four times a day Relief will be seen after the first treatment and a completel care will soon follow Breath the Hyomei in this way and the catarrhal germs even in the mostrcmotc air cells are destroyed The irritated mucous membrane Is soothed and healed and perfect health restored Wood Campbell l say to all catarrh suffers Let us help you 10beaJtb we are confident Hyomei will cure so confident fn fact that we guarantee to refnnd your money if it fails A complete outfit costs but and lilt does not help you your money will fee retnrned promptly Iron Moun tain Koute operate Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California Ileaving 830 AM daily via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Ft Worlh and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule heap Colonist rates in effect daUy during March and April 1904 tc California and the North west Pullman Tourist sleepers vial Missouri Pacific Leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p rDt going vda Pueblo D R tr System through the Glenwodd Spings Salt Lake City to Ogden etfc Homeseekers and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each m nth For wap folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest ticketagent or address it T G Mathews T P AI Room 301 Norton Bldg j r Louisville Ky Ir Leftttf Nelson dtfmity A meeting of the Democratic Senatorial Committee of ihe Fourteenth Senatorial District composed of Shelby Spencer Lad Nelson counties was called 10 order by Chairmen F M Beaid at Taylorsville on the 12th at 31 oclock a ml Chair man Ben McCloskey of Spencer count iintroduced a5 resolution leaving the selection of a nominee to Nelson county according to the usual custom it being her time to furnish the candidate The resolution was upanimously adopted and July 2 was fixe4 as the date for holding a primary in Nelson county t In case of oply one candidate offering theXJoni nlittea will call theprimary oftf 15 days before July 2and declare s4id candidate the nomine There is only one candidate for the office annOunced so far Ky Standard J 1 ITHE OLD RttfASJE i j li f I OY4i 41RJrS biKlJ ii POWDER f AbtoIuterfPure i WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE I sii= t Smallpox Ciuquercl x You can say that Ha cods burg is practically free frcmr smallpox said Dr M L Forh sythe health officer in answer to The Democrats inquiry this 1 Itomorrow1 I cases in hand leaving only one i under inspection for a few days 4C longer There have positively been no newcases within the l lfbreakl lf we absolutely tree fr ai the disease There ifJ1 llinc danger to anyone beife The Democrat is requested to state that there itndtrutl in the rumor that bereissmaiiox 1iat Burgin Harrodsburg Demo 1I crat ii sClacRhenmai m i i bf r VyI have been Subject to sciatic rbeu Ii matism or years says EHrWaldron t of Wilton Junction Iowa Myjoints i were still and gave me nrach pain and jidi comforf My joints would crack J when I straightened up I used Cham Lberlains Pain Balm and have been i thoroughly cured Have not had a L pain or ache from th old trouble for many months It is certainly aniost lfwinder linimcnt For sale By G J HayJ n Druggist i T I J LOST OPPORTUNITIES L t tji Leek of Entcrpriae of ScTcutdOBtk Century PublUherii I t 11 The more one considers the ques tj tjon remarked the librarian ortber house of lords the pthec day the more fla one amazed at the want Ct enter prise displayed by the publishers of the seventeenth century Nothing could be truer The result Tvas that books which now If properly exploit i ed In the advertisement columns of the Westminster Gazette and other l r journals would sell In their thousands then sold only In thejn tens i Yet how imicli lnmer for nil con t rPcerned manufacturer and consumer Alike bad some of thq really exIceHent literature of the tinjid been rightly brought beneath public notIce As fiiL thusSIts no use talking The onlywajr o be tij up to date is to read the books of the season j Aj i Cut out the following list and send 1t to I tti filolSaints everlasting Rest byRtchaM Baxter f JiISighs From Hell by John Bupn t THE SORROWS OF SATAN pro EDl Read J PRADIE LOST s By John Milton A distinguished gentleman who has esa this manuscript write as ffollows A novel In blank verse may daunt tt olous mln s but this rfcfily varI Kited epic will appeal to intelligences of every caliber In evidence oC the thoroughly up to date character of the poem it may noted that the tactics of aerial WarZa r 4 are diseased In full detill A touchiag t tfeature connection with the work ia the fifact thatUhe aulhorj Is afflicted wIth blindness and being unable bwf crt n t straitened circumstances tpofford liejlti t iury ofatypewrlter dictated a grealpqr tion of lila poem to the two Irs Mlltboi READ TIlE EPIC Bt A BUND MAlf j lJIWAS HE MAP J Read the New Problem Play Z HAMLET fY qif By William Shakespeare YI The publishers earnestly hope that u 1 1fIntending reader yiIi bet put ot by UUq ffhomely title of this superb and engrpMing idrama No one who wishes to bo In the plo mept to kriow how smart secltY occupies itself and what IntellectuaL pee 4pie are thinking can afford to btwithout JL Toxicology parricide dueling pelyate theatricals the reform of the lunacy lawS phantasms of the dead marriage wIts a deceased husbands brother rat killing u a fine artthese are only a few of tk topics treated In this record breaking coa serieS of scalp raIsins Incidents a4 searching analysis Punek5 PUhlRK WIth C fKsranti Dr Logan Jack who traveled exten sively In China thus described the process of fishing with cormoraRtai On a tiny open canoe stood a stan armed with a paddle and accomyiiftled by a score of cormorant Merely to balance himself as the boat rushed down the shallow rapids vraa 1 feat of which any acrobat might be proud bdt the sportsman did nmchi mon than this As he struck tlae bottom froA time to time with bt peddle Ute cor morants on seeing a fifth rSlii waUl jump ovrboardaat aclso it wAr lpon the boatinai buldltr tck out the addhi for theblrd to step up and with a dextrous sweep brlntIWEU and fish ooJxpard ThIs iras repealed apia and again to our amasencut and adralrajtioa When the corpwranta I warmed to the work the irlwiijloftk would sPr1I1 Into tiiO W ttf1Yllla awknrnlng with tbraaCkfeethe prey The momeM had eeured a pvIzee ni jtthca- noe and wnsktn on kS Mi bleoV mnate aihlglily treluid M tig Jan j t a I j 4 9 THE NtWS4EADEI TUKMUOtQ IVXKY THU8DAY I 1IAYtAMNADVANPE Lo ti SPINGFIELD- KYI f afpELDAvIsoNJr CD A1rJt jUSUfl 4 r t4oeLllme WtmMS notices 10 csata per- it tack IUbbHSfltiflt- I oCUsamc adIaLe and political matter cents pfilIne Job work ts at low rates but cash dust be paid oardtllvery of goods Aflfertlaiiig coatracts made on liberal rMI ObittMrtec and resolutions of respect 3 8Jt per line I XXoVXZwZTS cjatj M rfI t stratesI I THURSDAY APRIL 28 1904 We are authorized to announce the aot v iJ GEORGE U PARROT- Tff a candidate for the office of Sheriff- 17a hi fton county ubJect to the I actiom of the Democratic party vEtetita November 1905 PRECOCIOUS BIRDS I TheirI41 Insharp contrast to the helplessness of the newborn human Infant is the early precocity of the young of many birds For many inonthsas every fond parent is aware the human baby lies quite helpless and Is dependent upon Vthe aid of adults for the satisfaction of aIl1ti needs J IeT young moor hens or ducklings have been heard to chirp Inside their shells fortrelght hours bofpre emerge 7fag therefrom While sUit within th shell they recognize and understand the significance of the afcirm note of their species and will cease chirping and He qul when it is uttered Chlcks partridges pheasants guinea fowls and plovers can walk with accuracy and steadiness twelve h urs latter l birthj When two days old they can- run perfectly dodging all obstacles with ease On the first day of life a chick pheasant or partridge can stand ion one leg and scratch the side of hlj head with the other foot with tfnly a little wabbling A duckling however will topple over or tilt backward on his tall the double coordination being- apparently too much for him r Chickens can feed themselves almost at once Three or four attempts are- suflrelentl to teach them to peck at seize and swallow thefr food Two days after birth one particular chick had learned to pick out pieces of yolk from others of white of egg Another chick of the same age caught running files after half a dozen attempts Young pheasants are equally quick t while ducklings are less so possibly because they do not walk so well rIOters perform their own toilet twelve hours after birth Sandpipers an how t or so old ran away from their nests on bging disturbed with as much celerity as though they had been in training for n fortnight Ducklings fifteen hours old when dropped into a bath swnngoff at once Moor hens can swim almost before the down is dry after hatching Young dippers when fright cned from their nests before fully fledged will swim and dive In their en deavors to escape Marvelous asare these Instances of early activity the summit of bird pro c cocity and incidentally parental heart lessncss is reached by the megapodcs tor mound birds an Australasian rela tie of the barn door fowl The eggs of many birds are laid In a mound heaped up for the purpose or In hol s in the sand anti left to the sun to hatch The 5young birds come Into a bard and b cruel world fully equipped to fight their own battles They are almost fully fledged when hatched and after making their way to the surface of the mound fly away at once into the wooiis London Home Notes The Climate of Manclinrla The climate xf Manchuria may De tregarded as good The heat of the summer Is qulje bearable and the bright crisp weather througbout the long winter Is most healthy and agree able5 provided the north wind Is not WowIng IowInter at midday time sun Psliltilng through an exquisitely clear atmosphere Is so warm that moderately thick clothing With the ears coy cfed Is all one requires but in the 4 early morning or after sunset and 4fibove nil when a northerly wind Is blowing furs are a necessity Spring and autumn are both short In the south plowing begins early In April and- j the end of June or beginning of July I1by wtfeat harvest Js complete July and August are the hottest and wetr test months but in the region extend lug through 35 degrees of latitude there are considerable variations lIn temperature throughout tbg country the rigor of tho climate Increasing as the north ts approached r A Fortune In a Shark Mrs Macquorries Chair Is the name given to the eastern point of Farm cove in Sydney harbor There it was that a poor emigrant in pr cable days cuthirnupandlnhls internals In the paper was the announcement of the war between France and Germany The shark had outdistanced the steamer by which the mall was coming and here the discov erer had the fact to himself He gave rfhls information to a weaitbywool deal J er who bought alLihe seasons clip at nlnepcnce per pound and sold nt 3 ir uhllllngs after the news of war bad ar rived by the ordinary channel He cleared it Is said 4000000 by the deal The man jvjio killed the shark and extracted the Dews of pricedwell he received a battered silk hat and a five shilling piece and unrestrained lib erty as to the disposal of the shark- St James Gazette ItIBatw a Feot Deep- Im the Philippines a very strange sight Is often presented toward even Jlug to thevtraveler Sometimes he will see a steady torrent of hiJack specks tiletSOKM big convent roof As lIe apt twitSmeltsItouightTkeiebeetloNgay Ttta aM bieltrtes of the churches so l thick taat they cover the walls a foot eepi haMffltig to each other At night 11 Wl1lwnrSbY the one hOYa1 fwt lllMtf IH hundreds of others w I e aci enHnh isaa Hwaodtfts riiI News From The County JI I Happenings Amon the ounty Peplc III mJiiflScausvii1e Mr andMrs Arch Colvin vis ited the family of Mr and Mrs TomiiMattingly at Mporesville last aturday and Sunday MissEffie Goi4loo daughter of Squire J H Gordon met wth a yery f painfulaccident by culling her foott with a hoe while trans lplantingl some TOSO bushes Mr John Hayes vvJio is in the inploy ofthe Continental Co of your city spent Saturday Cand Sunday with his sister Mrs M V Crouch at this place SRev Sommers has been called to the pastorate of Rock Bridge church for the rest of the iear He will liave services every see ond Saturday and Sunday Rev R Sale who bas served the church so long and so fiiiih hilly will still conduct seryicsas usuall on the Third Saturday and Sunday in each month Mrs Eliza Reddich visited herS daughter Mrs Robert Mattingly of flillsboro last week John Hardin and sister Miss Flossie attended church at Tatham Springs on last Sunday 1rT Scruggs visited the fam ily of Mrs M Lynch at BJoom field oce day last week Mrs Campbell of Rose Hill iJas returned home aftera pleas ant weeks vi4fat the home of Mr and Mrslt TJ Crouch Dr Tatham Messiis Gabo land Garrett Qlarkspeilt a very pleasant day list Friday fishing in the waters of the Beech Dr Tatham says the sport was ne but the ash dideiit bite ask Dr Tatham why Mistletce Tatliam Springs =Mr Sanford Y comb is buid ing a new welling house Mrs Wornal is having a nice lot of cleaning up done Mr VP Johnson is butiding knew dweflmg house at Tatham f Burn on the 12th to the wife of B Paratte a girl and to the site Of Winfi ld Lawson a boy to the wife of Dave C rtingera boy and to the wife of jan Poster a boy All Republicans too Miss Mauls Hahn is doing ia nice millinery b sines5atfa tham Rev Somi ers filled his regu tar appointment here Sunday Ed Foster sold a threeyear old sorrel filly toVM GoK for 90 Mrs Martha Terrell visited the home of Mr Merreil Pink ston last Saturday and Suhday Mr is D Hale is preparing for another watermelon crop r Thomas Humes boughta horse from Bdn Crduch fOr 9750 Mrs Ed Yocomb of Moires yule spent Sunday with parents iat thw placed Mis JN Coulter is on the sick list tJessie Terrell and Thomas Blacketer bought 10 barrels of corn mSpencorcoilnty at 225 per barrel Mrs Millie poultdr is on the sick list at this writing George Snider vbxfifd the home of W Keeliis Sunday Several of our farmers attended I court Monday at SpthgfeldS Owing to scarcity of plants the tobacco crop will be short ini some sections Mrs Addia Poster arid Mrs Etta Cheatbaa visited Mrs EdI Mitchell of Antiocli last Friday Mr Lee Bird and wife visited1 the latters parents Sunday J B Jenkins bought a icow and carl frptii Oscar Foster for 35 vt y We have been blessqct with a rain whichas needed badly FNwf K i a iJlModayMiss Mattie Begley isvisiting tt the honio MrLejCochran Messrs Leslie Pvrdom and Ed Litsey of Texas were id our town Sunday Mrs Dora SewelJ of Arkansas is visiting far parents Mr and Mrs J N Bowles oJE this place Miss Georgia Cox 3i s returned l to her home at Maclcville after u = pleasant yisit to Miss Hattie Bowles Mr and Mrs W F Logsilon and Frank spent Sunday with ihefamily of W G Adnms returned1tweeks visit to her parents here Mrs JT Underwood and son Charley have returned to Louisville after a visit to friends and relatives here Valley Hill April with her warm showers Huth brought to lightthe beautiful flowers And the green grass and apple bios sonis toO Dear April we tbank Providence for you Edward GToatley and wife were the pleasant guests at the home of Thomas Virgin Satur day and Sunday Pat Kelley visited hisi brother Ed fast week W F Moran and wife were at Ihe home of J F Head Sunday- J F Head visited relatives in Louisville and Indiana Monday and Tuesday The rain of Jast Monday was welcomed by many J S McElroy was inVour midst Friday The coloredl folksof this place gave a supper for the benefit of their chrchJast Saturday uight at the schoolhouse They were quito successful Several believe that Jbe last freeze damaged the fruit very much Theieareseveral of our farmers whpare going to get ahead of Mr Cut worm this season so they say but if they do it will be the first time Mrs Tom Baker of Willisburg was canEd to the bedsideof her son Franr Saturday who was kicked in the abdomen by a mule while hauling logs The blow was thought to be serious at first but it is nov thought that by careful treatment be will soon recover Franks recovery is looked forward to by many friends Mr Ham Piles anda Miss Cash two well known young people of tthe Maud neighborhood were quietly married yesterday at Maud May every joy be theirs is the wish of tneirmany friends Mr Piles is cur worthy smith J C Hughes went to Louis yule last Wednesday tohave nn enlargement taken off of Ills face UNO IlilisboroS rThis balmy weather with so many signs of spring life isa luxury to us all alter natures long embrace in the icy arms o winter It is an auspicious timer for spring poetry We shall not however perpetrate any iJ M Shields sold a horse last week Price unknown Geo Royalty and wife of neait Kirkland visited his imol t John Armstrqtrgs Sunday Mrs Royalty is far advanced in years and inv ty feejble health Prof Orcenoth Peter and wife of NackVille visited the famiy of Z P Leachman last week We understand that the Pro fessor iis an applicant for our school Lee Gody of Perryville v sited his mother Mrs Annie Godby nnd othk friends and relatives here last week Mis Emma Leachman who has been qpite sick for several days isi much improved at this writing Lee Settles and wife vislte her parents Mr and Mrs Geo Jipgefins of near Willisburg Sat urday aild Sunday SSftom here atttnied the conven tiori in your town Saturday evening and all were highly pleased with the speech made by the Hon John nW Lewis His speech was clear logical and1 filled tell of truths It is calcu lated to dov his party much good bT creating a deal ol enthusiasm Long them so they will be rfctind in the trenches wheni th sir services arc needed Capt Settles says one peep a-t some of the shirt waists will make you sig1two and youare swill I VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewerAAs ielvyAsyea v J bfff in a dead faint three f tind yourself crying andyoub1 fourth and you are willing to follow them to the finish or to the grave so he says gOlflf of them for they are a and a snare I Prof J T Prather and wife visited Mr and Mrs W PtSqruggs near Wtllisbtfrg Sunday Eld W Ezra Sutherland has been selected to make an address i at the decoration of the graves at the old burtit church in Nelson county on the fourth Saturday eveningin next month Efforts are being made to deco rate the graves at tie church here Some time next month Al most in every part of the county there are people who have rela tives or friends buried here asI this is a very old as well as a large burying ground Mes dames Julie 1eachman and Susie Vise have promised to work the matter up and we know that they will maketa success for they know no fail Ire We trust that they will have the hearty cooperation of all in this work Bro Marcum will try and be with us and make an address Eld John Marcum of Lexing ton preached two able sermons at our church Sunday morning and night to the delight of all Eld Marcum is a graduate of the Kentucky University and is recogrized as one of the leading preachers of the Christian church He will preach heie again next fouitb Sunday and io the evening at 3 oclockvhe will deliver his famous lecture on CtLIewhichhas called forth able comments from the pressitI different parts of tbe trust that all will avail themselves of this opportunity andI give him a large audience andI they will certainly be highly en tertained as well as instructed Everybody come LILAC TELL IT TO YOUR FRIENDS S Health and Flesh Gained fey MIo na Without Risking Cent Says Dru llsts Wood Campbell You may be io the best of health plump and rQasvand not in need c i M iona yet proberly you have a friend or neighbor who is suffering from stomach troubles from weak dl gestiveorgaiis faom thinness or loss of flesh Tell this friend that Midna the flesh forming food will cure all these ills and give a natural and normal increase in weight Tell this friend or neighbor that Wood Campbell on ot the best known druggists In this sec tieD will give theirpersonal guarantee to refund the money if M4una doe not do all that claimed fork Druggist Vood Campbell tahoe aJI hrisk and a months Miona treatment will notCost a penny unless it gives the desired health and flesh As an evidence of good faith the price of a box of MIona 5Oc may Campbellfthey aggreeing to return the money if Mi pna does not benefit their aggreement is perfectly reliable they take all the risk Tell your friends about Miona they will be grateful to you for putting then on the road to health Und show log them how to regalu fleaU ane hap piness Willlsburg Mr John Cheathara and daughter Miss Exie cf Chaplin 7spent several days with J C Burns and family We are glad to report that Cecil Gibbs will 00 able tore turn home Friday He has been ill in Louisville for severe I months Mrs Sue Merritt has been sick for several days Mrs L W Jenkins is very sick at her home hear town with erysipelas 1MIss Maybe Gibbs has return ed home after an extended visit to friends at Boston Mr and Mrs Jim Cardwell of Harrodsburg visited heir daughl ter at th is place last week 7EEHett Scruggs bought 0125 ruober tire buggy of Foster wdlls l st Saturday MrsIA B Wells visited her son at Polin last Friday W S Gibbs was in Nelson county on business last week 1Ycur writer desires to express thanks to the pupils of the Sunday School at this placa inI presenting us with a nice Bible at church last Sunday Mrs Fanuye Sheeley spent last Saturday night at Birch wood the home of Mr Miller Birch 1 Quite a nainber of our citizens attended county court at Springfield Monday Mr Alvie Foster spent la SOFTCORfLike the running brook the red blood that flows throughI the veins has to somewhere Thesprings of red blood are in the soft core of the oiis called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone ni rrow and healthy spleen reul1oftt Scott Emulsionmakes new blo0d bv feeding the bone marrow and the spleen vith the richest of all fats the pure cod livet oil itor pale school girls and invalids and for all whose bloid is Thin and pale Scotts Emulsio is a pleasant andrich blood foJDd it not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send forfree sample scoTt BOWNE Chemist io isPearliStrwU New York joe and Jico all druggists Sunday with friends at Mt Zion Miss Annie McElrpy vasiijiri Sringfield shopping last Thurs day As it is raining and news jis scarse will bring my letter tdD clpSe and give soine other Cbr achance to get in a letter E y vif T4 THE PARACHUTE MAN Hip FeelltiBB an lie Soared Skyward afid IlaiiKcd to EarthIConic oiil The bands all ready rI was met with a roar of applause as I ran down the hotell steps The baud blarod in salute and the crowd opened up for inc as I hastened The pad chute was stretched out from tIle straining balloon As the man with me snapped the hooks on the ring she showed cie where the rope hung lind told me how to pull it when cutting loose He was the excfted one I h9t In d spinlstupor A bitter indlfrerciice filled me as I looked at the Ugly swjay ing monster which was to bean md to nflluence or death Let her gol With ai cleavingof the air and a rtish of sound like the coming of a cycljone rJthebaril tried to swing up on the bar but the rusb of the ascent straightened me Jlkel nn ron rod I thought my a jrms would be pulled out A sickness came over me comparable to the effect of the start made by a high speed el yn tor Then the motion became njiore easy and I swung up on the bar I was accustomed to gazing down from heights and I felt no fear as I stared at the fading crowd 1 could see them waving hats and hands could hear the band playing and was conscious of a pleasant dreamy sensation and qf n steady easy rising from the ground iI ventured to bend a crab and make a few ankle drops It was as easy as when I was only a few feet tram the ground I glanced down again The crowd appeared smaller and sem ed to be walking away from m I bad commenced to drift Kow wn4 the line to cut loose I wished thnt Ii might stay where I was taking chances with that limp bag of a para chute dd not look safe But it hrd to bedonelI caught hold of the rope raced my Ieslilt on the bar and gave a short hart pull Whlsb my breath left mcj For the first time fear deadly fear entered my heart A Jerk that nearly unseat ed me anti I was again sailing pleasantly through space I ventured to essay n few additional feats as the ground seemed to nor a closely approach me and then I cow menced to calculate as tothe manner in Tvhljch to strike the ground Lfk many ther problems it settled Itself I struck It feet first in a cornfield was draggejl along nnd scratched up and came tjo consciousness In the arms of my net manager who was alternately cursing me for getting killed and bless ing me for having saved his skin andI the 4rOOuting 1EconOIUT JYou fro cut down lmy allowance shq saw yesj i0 admitted Ive been spend ing mjst of my time at the club re cently and I cant pay board in twO places rThen youd better stay home she saId nud lie dill Rut presently there was the old complaint Xouve cut Iowa my nllojvaiKje ngainfshe snlttIYeti he admitted Im spending my tlpie at hpine and my conW- pahy ought to count for something Theh she didnt know whether to a vise hm to goback to the club ornotr Chlcoto Post fIjncadlncr HI Orru Work I only once heard Thackeray allude to hik works anti that in u scrIp comic spirit which amused both hip and iis I was traveling on tile IthlnC he said iin company no doubt Iwith flhe Klcklehufys and onter Jng ojiepf the hotels on the banks cjc hausfed aud weary I went into ttye sOill1IaerVanity Fair I had not seen it since corrected the proofs and I read la charter Do you know it seemed tome very amusing Dean Holes Memories Time and Money Whistler on the witness stand one day was asked the price he Wd olx tamed for a certain picture Ode thousand guineas said he How long did it take you to paint It About a day and a halt And do you mean to tell the court Mr Whistler that you have the dacljty to charge 1000 guineas for the wprji of a day and a half Jfo sir 1 ask Jt for the knowledge of a lifetime erJJlKa SUlrgetlon Jvng Frwlcrlck William III ofPriis sla was often humorous In doing in kind act A lackey who had been dts cored utter the JJnnunl dejc unr denI sant to have partakes of some wintf by the stains on his white livery been summarily dismissed He Ihnd himself In the kings way and on his knees asking forgiveness ItThe king granted him his pardon add j jog Why did you not drink white Sole Agents for Old iickory and Studebaker agons r f t t1 r f I fiI J L Bu of all to the t C 1 of tJ 1 V c and THE f The and itSi connections offer very low rates to Colonist and Home Seek era from Mardi 1 to April 30 Also very low round trIp rate fo co AND On Account of General Conference Methodist Episcopal ChUrch Tickets on sale April 22 to May 30 Forfurther call on ad dress IT W GREEN Dis Pass ARt Wabash R Rjropm 303 Urban BldffM t Waco Dare J in Vol 3 No S H R Will make thcsdason of 190tat the Fair Grounds at ii to Insure a Colt Vco Dare Jr Js by Waco Dare 102T by Chester Dare 10 by i shy Black lagt 74b King Williatn 07 by GI Vy old Black Denmark he by Imp Hedgefprd Waco Dare Jr first dam Bessie by Prince Denmark lic jby King Denmark he by Star Deimiark be by old Black Denmark he by Imp Hedgeford Wacos second dam wa4 by Tube Rose he by SF Third dam by Dulutbhe Lexington SF rHe is a beautiful dark bay a little dappled with very heavy mane and tailj goes all the gaits andlSa hice driver He is 1SJ hands and is a fine actor His colts are winners At the same place willi sland my jack GOV WOOD Jr at 7 to insure a living colt Gpv Wood Jr1his by Wallace McElroya Gov Woodj first dam by Holiways Jack he bjj Grundys Maringo Mam nibtH Tliis Jack it a good looking individuali and a sure foal gutter J R WALKER it Dlilnt Vorc fThlsll he good for a hundred any horn sjnld young Sow Ills Wild Oat to his pril IVOrY young follow needs aKtttkewhen h6 Is of age so Ill send this tclogrnni collect to the old man VDenr Fnther I rm twentyone to dajy nnd blolre ln hour later the fond father wired collect fSo wns I when I was SIlls Suxpl lons Aroused Burns So your now piny was performed last night Was there ft call for the author PlotterThere was t general demand fcr his appearance but I heard one or two mon say theyd like to lice the man who wrote It I didnt like the way tLry said it mitt got out of the house us sooj as I could Bos on Transcript I f Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To rind Out filla bottle lor common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set J tling Indicates an jt unhealthy condi Yrtion of the kid v nays if it stains ir your linen It Is J evidence of kid t ny trouble too frequent desire to v pass Jt or pain n the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are put of order I t What ip Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing It1 or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beef and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get iip many times daring the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won d rful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists InSOc andI sizes You may have a sample bottle of thlr wonderful discovery trW and a book that tellst Cl more absolutely free by mail address Dr 1ilmer Co 3lnghamton N Y When writing men tlop reading this jenwrpw offerrJn this paper- f 5V Headquarters for alt No 20 1 We sell Coal inft Any Qua tijy k fr9m a Bushejto j j A M tLS It Buggies fin IF1RMSUPPLIESSPRINGFIELD nt Field i1iSSSSS iisI We handle grades suit purchaser Hillside Plow Calland Harness Collars Work Gear 1SEED OATS ashPaidfor- c HIDES FURS FOLLOW FLAG SALIFORNIA AN- DNORTHWEST falasli Railroad San Francis Los Angeles particulars LuisvilJerKy JrrSoiiez Springfield Living Black- Squittehl Washington DenmajkG CabblesLcxington byQabbles twentyone SwampRoot9 SwampRoot aboutitbothsentI HMMoUwMpXMt1 Phone JTorndol OOliver Chilled f Plows i 3 1 1t I FOR CHILDRENM- akes teething easy regulates the bowels and stomachstos s crying cures summer coipplawt 1yjhiftfi while teething tlb bowels seemed un beyond c tro wefn phvsiciaas I un him Mixture rm saved his life I cannot say enough g It saved our baby E Naee itaalat without this et jI 2asd5sctics J IFor alznatarmcscverypackzg sample and book free address THE VV FLOYD IlEDICN i1aqkUttiy CO ItTRCIT ltH IFLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS ISS sS5 Cclr tJlfllets For sale by C 3J Haydon Pharmacist = t1 are9ppdqniili s lr j r1 i f 5 t FO f a aEi5s a S es3Lses I 4 45- 1onhic145he m R iQrttI S 1 IE f rrf D f3 tI1 f I k1LIIn PEI L G tiihiv tScii 01tJi 1I t Direct liiicjrlo a t p t 1Ltig93ClSnS 6sJir i lbf44t n If Teaty3di Ttxas 4 lJTnrcugh Pullman Sleapng lrd Fri Rcchmng CQaJr Cars J fiomeseekersExcursior3 Hrstsnd third Tuesdays ol cscli month i Descriptive literature maps folders etc on application jtH C TOWNSEND R T G MATTHEWS GOQl Passenger and Ticket Agent Traveltng Passenger Agent ST LOUiSLOUISVILLE KYdI gt4 eBiBBBg- t SveWo1gfo35Om iff J f f1fI Icl EAS9N jF 1994 rc111 NORS1TN MC 36763m Full brotherto Noryaraine 4year old 213 Trial 08 hflf tI Seven if Norvio AVk colts have sold rebeut jopjfiK yearuit1 25f 3O TO INSURE t1 tlJ HLLBRT 4Out of ihedam of Norvin W and Norvandine iVf Son of Allerton 209 and Onward 51 Allerlori great Zc sire of trotters in the world 25 JO INS ORE tItYIGAjV I m cq4 Out of the dancLof Aileen 20i aworldsrcord Son mt3b1Iof Gambetta Wilkes 219 nfl Nutwood 2 Pi6 Gam r1 hptin Wilkes the worlds Ipadinn 21Q sire nnVl Onn sire f l9o and 1903 15 TO INURE m I 4 OHESTeR DARE RI f Son of Chester lmCre Old Cromwell 78 an Cabells Lexington haodsomest and best bred saddleI Btallion inj fh the world 15TOIN Ul li m O7BLLSLXINGTOJNitlarge fine handsome saddle hci4ewith perfect dispo 0sition and a first class breeder Had a colb j that sold et 000 and was shipped toJEngland lJINSURED mI ROVKL B0Y r t1 iti Son tf Norvin W and Abdallah Mambran6 w This Colt will hah style finish and tspeedr I sqld twp W4 colts out of his dan far 2300 5A S fM A LARGE DUCK JACK 10 to INSURE i lAt I have the above six good Stallionstljieare nbna f icbetter and all are descendants of the moslpQpuar zoylJybrediim sires have sIze nd finish anI are fashionabWcolors 0rho fee of each horse iis certainly veryrenspriablo and tItbreedmJ business the past season und I hope thoy will dbTjetter this sensOn and with the assistance of my friends they tfwill Your pntrcriage earnestly solieiId For Itill nl100SJOhN B WAthbNJr Lon Distance Telephone 33 Lebanon1 Ky a A DR J M BRITON RKSIDEKT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED VHOUT PAIN OcvaEllagt Block ttpStalrs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly I 4 Firstclass j DR Ji H L MPTisN OFFICE iln Opera House iiiR S J SOCKS- PIIINGEIELP KY I OFFICE Dr Rinebarts former offices over Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2pm W F GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Pcoides Bank SPRINGFIELD KY 1t W HYATT M D I SPRING IE DJ KY I Offlce in Peoples Ba JJuildinff Tdepbones Residence 93 JOHN Y MAYES JUNf NEgAi DIRECTOR R p AND EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 71 SPRINGFIELD XY i Have YibU Haulin4 LTQit Qll IfsocaUupJ L ALLEN at the Depot 4E FREIGHT JDT1NKS iHauled Furniture Moved and anything in the hauling lixie done Jcarefully and at Reasonable rates it PHONE 220 II Ifs Proof of high culture to say the greatest J matters in the simplest way ITS FEHRSA MAL TONIC f Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 TREES by the million Frui and Ornamental Snubs Grape vines Aparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits iand everything for Or chard LaWn and Garden No Agents Strawberry and Gener al Catalogue on application to H E HILLENMEYEU SONS Lexington Ky 0 rBLACK PRIRCE This fine black Jackwill make the season of 1001 at my place 3Jtl miles from Springfieldl on Bloomfield pike at SBTo 1nircaLiyii a Colt Black TPrinciiai five years old 15 banthshIgli and lth y bred ills 1C03 olsklsCialV at each N- ol rinqtscitvelncldr Tune 1st Eit J E SHELBY PR FDjNo Spring eld XYIr Foleys Kidney piq btacr iglt j i TOWN r mTUJj mw vw oow I Local Happenings Interest iThe Freshest and Latest i All AboutYourself friends I and Acquaintances IfJOO Pure country sorghum at QJ W Hagans alt our prices on sugar by the bbl an Campbells Seed sweet potatoes cheap for cash at P JThoraas X Still plenty oup and butter beans at the Racket We still pay cash for all kind of t produce at Campbells JJ Elegant readyto wear skirtsV See them at Mansfields The very best bf high class i canoed goods at MoElroyBros Seed sweet potatoes amt bulk garden seed at Hagan gras Mr Elsie Young jsoldl Monday to Hense Mayes a mare for 90 FOR SALE About 250 bushels of corn GE T OISBMENTS Anything you 1Wfantin enam eled ware Jlagau Bros Have you seen the hneof Queesware Hagan Bros Screen Doors and Windows forJ sale by Leachman the furniture man Dont fail to see the now lice of imported china at ifagan Bros i IJhe celebrated Chase San bourne coffee at M Elroy Bros grocery Sayjlont forget we areslHl selling furniture cheaper than any oneat Campbells r Everything in the Screen Goods line for sale by Leacbman the furniture manL All cauned goods heap Poks tomatoes corn andpea go aVj lOc pencan at Campbells j All of the early spring vegetab les the Lest that the market af fords at McElroy Bros t 10 per cent special discountion any dinner and tea sets this week only at Hagan Bros buggyWhlpyoudont onley at Campbells Racket WANTED Grass pasture for about 20 head of yearling steers LUTHE BUUNSt Take your country produce tobC W Hagan and get the best market price cash if preferred Keep out the flies by buyingf your screen doors and windows e of Leachman the furniture man Pr mpt delivery Send us your ordersjfor groceries I Hasan Bros WOOL V rEri7we will pay the highest cash price for wool- sCuNifiNGHAM DUNCANI a Special discount on i boys suits3 next Saturday and Monday at Robertsok Bras see- Ad L FOR SALE Four or five extraI good Jersey milch cows For further particulars apply afche NEWSLEADER office IJthing1i IJ case and bottle guaranteed O W Hagan Agt Stioar is advancing I will continueto give 18 pounds best granulated for or I bought early P J ThomasI i A Spring is here and everyone needs a tonic of some kind Why not the best Fehrs Matt has no equal C W Hagan Agt t FOR SALE Twb thoroughbred Black Berkshire brood sows and eight shoate four months old E L Davis rrJJr The Wheeler fly screens have now arrived and Mr Fly is coming Be qufck Be wise You know what You need andt where to find them Call pPhonel58when yon want goods delivered in a hurry All kinds of can goods and Dew vegates on had CW Hagan bOUghtlouri fl if they need new ones this year If so send theta to us fpring fiefd Lumber Co 1TOPIGSS L ii- New goods arriving daily at Campbell Racket t PQR SJLEA1 good jearling Shorthorn bull John A Tucker Booker Ky i Rev D C freeman 014 Ker shaw South Carolinas will preach tit the Springfield Baptist church on next Sunda Allure invited to attend People that have u ed F hrs malt tonic SiYt is equal to q drug store and a good Doctor I Why fttry it money Refunded if you are not satisfied CW Hagan Agt New goods today Croquet sets 7qcand 1 garden sets balls f oqnd bats lap robes c and prices that will make them sell Kindly drop iin at P T Thomas Well if you will drop in as you go toyour meals andgeta bottle of Fehrs malt tonic it will con t vince you what it is and what it will do C W Hagan Agt Robt Hipp while returning too Lebanon SunJay evening from Here his horsi became frightened at on automobile ran off and tore up the buggy Mr Hipp nar rowly es apedi i Areprc entativo of the N tII oiial Biscuit Cqi willbe at Me ElroyBrost store on next Satur day April 30th for the purpose oJL giving a demonstration in crock ers their virtues and uses E vc ry body invited Mr James Graves who is a practical watchmaker and jewel er of experience has rented the liw office formerly occupied by T W Simms Jr adjoining the circuit clerks office and will open with a Jii1eofwatcbesclocksand jewlerv He will make specialty of repair work l A1 typographical error made iit D appear llast week thatl Mr J hl1a Armstrong had sold 16000 pounds of tobacco atfLouisvHle at 350 per hundred when the l price should have been given at 1850 Mr Armstrong has ought and rehandled a good deal of tobacco in the county this year and has ben quite j successful in the undertaking TAKJEN UP There came to my1 lgcO three miles north of Mack t ville near Mackville and Willis J urg turnpike on April 2nd a Poland China boar hog weighing about GO pounds white stripe Int1j forehead no marks in eicOwnfi rcan have same by paying cost and proving property Perry L Bakerhl Mackville Ky Court Day Sales I V There was a fair sized crowd l n town on Monday but the live tocJt market was dull gwing to scarcity of buyers Auctioned R E Whay ne reports the follow ingsales Pair 2year old horse mules 180marO 11025 cow i and catf 25 7year old horse t0 25 2 mules at 76 each 28 head of sheep with 27 lambs at 668 per head for the sheep sow and 5 pigs 10 sow and P pigs l 132buggiesU i10 and 4925 I S M Campbell reportscounty- court as follows The usual run t of plug and medium horses on the market and not as brisk by t nor fifteen dollars as tbey were a month ago 22 head 2 year old steers at f33 per head one old cow8iO one yearling heifer1250 one same13 10 J Lieut Reed VVrites v Will Reed writing to the NEWS LEADER from fet Louis says Please change my address to Jefferson Guard St Louis This is going to be the greatest show ever held in the world It will hardly be under wayr on opening day but with a little more surishine to help the lawns and roads it should be fine by 15th of May I look forward to a fine summer here Ten officeis from the regular service have been detailed whose principal duty will be to instruct the guard in their duties and to help conduct parades and other ceremonies Vill try to write you something concerning the lair later Your friend W 6 REED MiJIfnepy The latest and uptddale styles katMansfiQlds Large stock to select from Good trimmQrs Jest roatovials I HH HOR- ODENTISTOFFICE RISEIUHT BvrDin Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY FEFRSONAUl Mr T Ii Blandford jleft today for Pinuville i Mrs JJ IV Lewis was in Lebanon Tuesday W Y Dunn of Murray KyI is here on business Miss Lucy Jelecman wasin Lebanon the first of the Week Miss Margaret Russel was at home Sunday from Bardstown yMr was inj Louisville Tuesday on business Mr PC Cleaver of Lebanon was in town on business Monday Mr H M Moss has returned from a buisnpss trip ib Lexington- Mr Greena Hay of Bloomfield was iis town Monday oh busi ness 4 Mr Ed QSullivan of Leb anon was in town Monday ou business Mrs GG Wharton entertained the Walnut Street Flinch club Tuesday eyeivingi Mr and MrstJ W Bus spent Sunday with Mrs Hunter Bush f Bloomfield t Mr and Mrs J L Alleii spent Sunday with Mr Aliens mothers at Elizabeth town Miss Ina Kimberland is vis iting Miss Nancy Vtfilliains of Bardstown this week Iiss Katie Hrt1 in has returned from Woodlawn wheie she has been visiting friends lom King has returned from Lebanon where he has been at work for the past two weeks Misses Pearl Conner and Mabel Williams of Frederickstown were in town the firstof the week Messers Nat W Halsted and George Fulton of Bardstown were here yesterday on business Mr aud Mrs Tom McKee of Bloomfield visited Mrsf W urrert and Mrs Wake Held Mon day Miss Eleanor Duncan who has benin Louisville returned home last week with Miss Margrei Ma Uhord Miss Elizabeth Water und Win Wharton spent Sunday with MissNeomaBrqwn near Lebanon Mrs H RTh9s9nand Miss Tcnnie Claybrooke are in Bards town today to attend the Brown Williams wedding Misses LIyrl1eahd Etta Droake visited at the home ofr brother Bryon Croake the rst of the week RobtF Suttoir our popular mall agent hascbrolren up ouse keeping and has secured rooms at the Walton i Mr JS Claybrooke and Mrs l W M Durrett went to Tatham last week to SOD Mrs Milesr McKee who is ill at that place Master Eugene Carter the little son of Rev and Mrs J W Carter who has been vety ill with pneumonia at the home of his grandfather J S Yanuey is much improved Mr Carter who had beeuttelegraphed for arrived Tuesday night from Missouri where he haJbcen holding a religious revival A bowling party was given atI the alleys Friday night Those presents were Misses Jennie McCabe OJa Goatley Mayme Allen Gertrude Shader Edith Price Mattie Lee VanNatta and Edna McLadghlirt Messrs H L Reed Chas Roberts Scqtt McCabe J R Kqlley EL D Robertson Perry Marks and Wm Greene LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield post ffice for week ending April 30 L D TBlackley Temple Bow ling John Bucken W A- Gain s Co Miss Adelaide Garr Winfred K Hines C Jones Miss Pearl Kniffley John Lewis Geo Pinkstn J SalleeI E Wickliff Susie Madkin CI McCloskey Persons caning ror tnese letter will please sax advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M Nice Homes For Saje If you contemplate moving to town to go into business or to educate your children call on us We have some nice town and suburban property for sale and t i reasonableIPhone 121I JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL Watchmaker and Jeweler iCarries olineof WTatches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty Located aLT W Simms Jr1oldl law office opposite Court House Sprngfield KyI Republican Convf iition The Republjcaris of the county held a mass contention at the Court House here on last Satur day afternoon for the purpose of naming and instructing dele gates to the district convention to be held at Shepherdsville ortI on May 2d and to the State conIvention at Louisville May Mr W F Neikjrk was electedI chairman of the convention and a committee on resolutions was appointed and later lepO ted naming 16 delegates Tie rso lutions which were adopted en ddrsed President Roosev 61tand the administration iin all of its policies relating to Natidnal afJ ffairs The delegates to the district convention were insitructed to cast the vote of Wasliington county for her citizen Hon John W Lewis as district dele gate to the National convention and the delegates to tie State convention were instructed toI vote for Geo Vi Long ior dele IVashmgtoI 16 delegates in the convention The following gentlemen and all other good Republicans Who will attend were named as delegates Wm A Watery Rucker Filia treau W F jNeikirk Harye1 Robinson James Hays Jrj5 Frank Brooks J3 Grdee T J Millet Wm Goode J GI Howelll C MrMcChord John W Lewis G C WhartonrJ T rather rjESutherland Lost Cow i Strayed from H prBonta s lplace one mile Northeast of Maple Hill on Monday April 13th a yellow Jersey cow with hull of left horn off heavy with calf Reward for any nforma tionloading to its repoyery TOM WALDRIDGE Maple Hill Ky Eggs Eggs Eggs More eggs is what I wqnt1 am not satisfied with my present high prices and want to do more So here is something again fur the ladies I am going to otTer sia preiumn for the next sixty days i a 35 Standard high grac4et Wheeler Vilison sewing na chine which will be onjexibitipn at Leachinans s furniture stoetTheir is no better machine on the market Now hereis my plan I- l 10Cworth10C c l t house during the next CO days beginning from the date bf this issue No ticket will be issued for less than 50c worth of eggs or wQrthpouItryatasmgledelivery No merchant or dealer oranyI kind will ba permitted to enter this contest An exact copy of the tickets issued will be kept by me and at the end of 60 days wiUI beplaced in a box and will be shaken Three of our best busi ness men w11 be appointed to at tend to this and they will select a man seourely blindfold him and have him draw a number from the box The person holding a duplicate of the number thus drawjj will be presented with the machine Now everybody who will bring their poultry and eggs this way will have a chance at this qaluablo machine and the only difference is that the party who brings the most will have the most chances believe Ipay as high a cash price as you can get any where i this side of the Rocky Mountains Try me atfd be convincedMy atpresent arelSc in cash or 15c in trade at any store In Springfield Efring your pro duce whera you can get the most out of it 35Iin cash instead of the machine if prefered MH JONES Wmm Mmm Cured Workio OvertIme Eight pour llaws are igtfored bythose tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always al work night and day curing Indigos tion Biliousness Constipalin Sick Hedache and all Stomach Liver and Bowell troubles Easy pleasant safetfle Only 5c at 0 J HaydoDsarug store For Sate A registered Hereford Bull eleven months old Of tine pedi gree and a good iudivi S B B QalI 1HowornnlOriclouqrjlallsms In a tnlnutef nnsvers a mans wife when tbc clock Is striking QIslngItouches to her theater toilet In a minute says tie Imperturbable waiter when asked why tIle steak ordered half an hour bt fore Is not serred In luIquiry ttn minutes Jaterd Tile peculiar thing about It Is that although this common gauge of the standoff minute InTarlably Is longer the average nerson who is put to an actual test of calling oft a single minute will announce the expiration long psMIfind his estimate of a miqpte is rarely more than forty Seconds even If he counts sixty in what he thinks are sec ondsNew York Press ftWoweD Who Like to Be Ujclr As if nature had not been unkind enough the TIbetan woman heightens her ugliness bjr smearing her face with a horrible black ointment to keep her skin from cracking in the dry VInd Her dress is not different from her husbands Her crowning glory is her hair plastered down with butter from the part to the ears it goes oft behind Into a sunburst of small braids to which is fastened n great fan shaped headdress falling ta the beth of her garments It is of spreading strips of red and blue cloth Joined horizontally by Iron bands and ornamented witht countless coral end malachite bends silver cons and tiny bells The one poetic thing about a Tibetan lady is the sound ofher gong a soft Del Ul ous tn ie belying the grotesiueness of her face The Brltlah Guinea It Is among the things generally known lhat the guinea obtnMed its name from the gold trom whiCh It was mode having been brought from the Guinea coast by the African compaujf traders The first notice of this gold was In 1049 during the common wealth of England when on the 14th of April of that year the parliament referred to the council of state a paper presented to the house concerning tlie coinage of gofd brought in a ship lately come the better ad tronuOUinYJor it was In the reign of Charles II that the name was firt given to this coinIt is among things not generally known that when the guinea was originally coined the Intention was to make it current as a twenty shilling piece but from an err ror or rather a series of errors in cal culating the exact proportions of the value of gold and silver It hew r dr cilated for that value Sir Isaac New ton in hll time fixed the true value of the gfuiliea in relation to silver at 20s 8d and by his advice the crown pro claimed that for the future it should be current at 21 shillings A Hint to Papa Twenty times William Archibald Stewart had been forbidden to cross the trolley tracks to buy candy and twenty times William Archibald Stew ceasMhrts father Dont be tOOl rdOU him the mother pleaded J But Williams father had his dander up and his rattan ready as he sum moned the culprltjinto his august presence Wijlle he sold how many tithes have you been forbidden to cross the trolley tracks to buy candy 1wHbitopressDont you know it hurts papa even more thou it does yx u to have to pun ish his little boy Now suppose you a little boy had told him twenty times ajyou the trolley tracks and you what would you do with him William swallowed a lump in his throat and threw back his shoulders with ri visible effort Papa he said dont think Id everyhingmyi1illuINew developments of the tail of a land anl mall which has been broadened and made more powerful and ponderous horn boating the water continually Antiquarians say that the fossils at prehistoric whalesare fnrfcmnller than the skeletons cf the whales of today artd that they have Increased in size since lintedlluvlan days Nevertheless no one has yet been able to explain wiitlie whales jforsook laud for wa ter or how they have grown to their present enonnous proportions New York Tribune xTiAt he Lnckfd 4 superintendent pf a Sunday school relates the following true Incident The title of the lesson wnsTJe rich young man iud the golden text One thing thou lackcst A lady teacher In the primary class asked a little tot to repeat the two and looking ciiroestfy In the teachers face the child un blushingly told her One thing thou lackest a rich rhiins man = FEMALE WEAKNESS M21200ngreuSt Oct IMS intar1prtoand I know whereof I speak I fered for nine months wltrr mppreated menitruatlon which completely pro trated me Pains would hoot tbrongh my back and lde and I would haTe bUndlnghcl1da hes My limbs would well up and I would foci eo weak I could not stand up I naturally felt discouraged for I socmod to be beyond the help of phyitclam but Wine of Oardnl came M a Godsend to me I felt a change for the better within a week Aftr nineteen day treatment I menstruated without snfferteg the agonies I and soon bfceame regular uaal1lidid pain Wine of Oardul It simply wonderful aad I with that intfering women knewt JU good qualities hp TreMorer Portlan EcoUoalo 1Aae Periodical liekdaches tell of fe jnale weakness Wino of Carduii cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menace bearing down pains or any female weaKness Jf you are iscurged and dbctors han failed that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weaknen Secure ai 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINEOJjA I W 1 t The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beein use for over 30 years has borne tl iinatnre of d and has Ijccn mado undpjf Ids peritoia Supervision since its Infancy I AllbwnoonotodccclvoyouintWsi 1 I All Counterfeits s Imitations and Jiistasgood are butExperiments that trifle with anti endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperIence against Experiment What CASTORIA r Castorla fsa harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It I contains neither Opium Iorphine nor other Narcotic t substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Woni and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrlioca and AYhd Colic It relieves Tedthing Troubles cures Coiistipatioa and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates th J b Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Children Panacea The Mothers LWAyJOENUINE CASTORIA J j Bears the Signature ofir a4iiTlieKiud r I I i ti In Use For Over 30 Years J I THcetNTAUMeeMMNVfr MUHJUvrrMcrr new L 1 1f f llMI itf iVw iiwiji J 1 WE SHOW 1 3 i tThe largest stock Clothing in Central jKy f S See our sfiow of the High Art Line forf tYoung Men they are the swellest out tIExclusive Patterns Individual Styles High tr j Class Workmanship Prices moderate for E such High Grade Clothing 10 1250 l 15 and 18 A look will convince you t t Special discount of 10 per cent for next tSat J 3 urdsy and Monday J a jjfTh e t H OUR LlNe of Boys arid Childrens Suits certainly deserve the Pl SOf tthey are gettii f mall sidcs Wehear mothers declare vthey never saw such a cnoice lot of this goods shoWn outthdea city Bring your boys in and let us nt them f Sup A present with each Suit Special discount of lO jgj II 1 per cent Saturday and Monday t v i trt1 i t III e 3 PLEASE REMEMBER f i That veicarry a large stock of medium PicesUit ofi i iMMen and Boys Mens Suits 398 500 and 750 Boysi Suits 100150 200 Ihese are wellmadE and are the best for the price you ever saw 1 cs 4crf jt See the Mels io and l2 Sins weare sglltng at5 98 ind 6 98 only a few left Nice line Mens Shirts andBb X v i Waists No trouble to show goods here r= ROBERtSON BROS 7r h a I hi m t JttJt ID Jt fJ q jl I Jj JOHN ST MoELROY X4 l GENERAL INSURANCE AGENI jiJL Life Pipe and Tornadio JtH lnr 1 J j f r CJFFICp OVER PEOPLES BANK It lt2 During my absence from officfeW F GrigsbSf 2 or George Neikirkwill attend tpnahy bu0ines ifor me hdo if l L uQ3Er Er EHD ft The Big Money Maker for Hog Raisers js Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 gS years has stood tjie severest tests und iin all case lam be jjj depended upon 11 fBDR HAAS PAYS fOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE l T one old One fine PR Wlen this is fedl fcy Full particulars injfthis suranceropo M Dr Haas book Hoffoldffy book for hog raiser COpY may had at for the asking e 2S Ib can S1250 half cans 1S and 606 per package W 20th Century Food t ra The greatest egg producer on the marlfet Keeps fowls Ii v W healthy diseases prevents roup and all Qlper poultry Dr Os Man live Stock m YtI r For Etc iii rq As its name implies this aBEMEDY not uload and ifv la nnw equalled for correcting the cominoii disorders lahorses cattle and as as ofthc moreserious complaints Asplendid conditioner and growth promoter and sure preventive from O1ee 50 AND 2lic PER PAGliAGE FOR BY j FOR CIRCULARS ICY a REEEBE atI For Sal 500 posrlcut desired leng th and delivered Altwom- ules t horse mule 4yetdS well yearlinr mare mule Address or se0 J JB Coiwoi 4t Prederick 0MiitCiri-Fo g0u0hs Colds and t Remedy 8apre r yentive v i In regardm v I every anda PREE ofvhich I ourstCre beN sG59250J Poultry J cholera I m 25lbbai3SOr25cperpAckaicil Nrs Cattle Shesp a sheep weJl imfny a disease SALE McClURE WELLS QL14 SIJRINSFIELn cedar any broke 46wtf KyI CtI valuzkble J fM SscRowKIEjHiNIiJ i S LI Jpur rtGhjckens high ciis li lie lLhybirdm W f EQrOf afFCjR 15 V k MISS SrE A 3 vSCAJf Spiingfieicl iCy tt i w f II rT oJ t t t t4+ + +444 + + + + flIlIIlIIlIfIU Htllllllit1 j Ghe Gentleman I FrQm Indiana UI fly BOOTH TAI1iGTOJQ fJtc pir4h J4 ky DIMiaY az NcCsr C1rrfd f 1902 by NeCar CDffv I ette+ eG4lt + 44 + + ++ +44 +t t + 1I4 tIt + 111 I I y UEMce ve 1M 00 W1JOUplDg stm erMttKiiiff aDd behind them n Ae akot MfWted men sitting their harMf like caf akymcn led by the tariff aMl Hip tep1ItyRd Jim Bard fee Tkttf ilMtewcd the Harklesa club et JWby weU with the magi ai Haltoway Walf marching Ik HM ttaks aid at right of this tile jii lt iiWd Hkc Mbdmem But when KMBi tfetlll 1IPOR Halloways fat 4 jmthtr spp7 facesbe felt a pang of pity aad VMraMonis remorse which Sraimtd bcr thai be who kioka upon lilttfa WMti Jt k red Baust steel vhis 1 qis to MC Tam with the heart v bra After tbe of Amo came the juU M ckb of Gainesville Mrf v Miee te the Tai with the step of H r r There followed next M- rMI Watts bearing a light wand bfe ud asd eJ1ng a detachment eOet wttlketstrom tie oil field in their s4aIeed blue overalls aud blouses and mf tar tbwn came Mr Martin and Mr t TiiBtit at tbe iteM of an organization r r f toti lai tbe order of procession priattd IIa tbe Herald asthe business Btetr e thilJeTbe band played in l veil feaiftceat time that every high tefftec feet la all tlte line came down nitk the MmejtsbiLint plunk and lift iagate wltb a WMHimity as complete M that et tile last vote the convention had take that day The leaders of the pfeatseUa set a brfek pace and who whare set any ether kind of n pace wbeaea parade to the strains of such a baM ylayjac such a tune as A New Ce Ia Tewii with all Its might and akrt ast as the line swung intoI the square there catfe a Moment when the tune WM ended and the Kuslcians paused fcr breath aod there fell comparative quiet Aeag the ranks of the busl MM BM aaabkid Mr Wilkerson sing Jaaiat the top of his voice and now ht Ii be beard distinctly enough fbz tJeMar him to distinguish the mel sex wkh wbl it was ida Intention to- Mvrtkepbhic- I llolThallelulahloA The words the air that husky voice recalled te the men of Carlow another flay and asether procession nol like this MeAM the song Wilkerson was tlMglmg to the one BQSS every northern bera American ksows and can sing Tbe lleader of the band caught the sevad signaled to his men twenty In strMtfBts rose as one to twenty atetttba the snare thrum rattled the big draw crashed the leader threw his t batea kick over his lead and music birstfreffi twenty brazen throats Glory glory halleluiah iBstaBtaaeeasly the whole procession begaa te slag the refraIns and the pee CJ j te the street and those In tho Yap awl carriages and those lean tag frwa the windows Joined with one t accord Tbe rInsing bells caught the tise et tbe sosg and the upper air vreTerberated in the rhythm The Harkk club of Carlow Wheeled late Main street 200 strong wJtk their banners and transparencies Uge Wlltetts rode at their head and behind Mar strode William Todd and Ff keraa4 ROBS Schofleld and Newt Tibbs Bc 1iatdeBowJderond even pjtd Tipworthy held a place in j the raaks through his connection with the Herald They were nil singing and betted them Helen saw the flag cov erect barouche and her father and be side him sat John lHarkless with his head bared She glanced atBriscod He was standing on the seat in front ef her and Minnie and both were sing lag iferedith had climbed upon the back seat and was nervously fuu blinV at a cigarette Sing Tom the1 girl cried to him excitedly Nt shoald be ashamed not to he aswcred and dropped the cigarette aad began to sing John Browns Body with all his strength With that shCSelced his band sprang up beside Jt1 and over the swelling chorus her twIt eoprano rose lifted with all the power in her fTbe barouche rolled into the square and as It passed Harkless turned and benta sodden gaze upon the group in tbe backboard but the western sun was la his eyes and he only caught a glimpse of a vague bright shape and a dawk of gold and he was borne along sad out of view down the singing street Glory glory halleluiah Glory glory allelulah t Glory glory Ijallelulah La we go marchlnjron The barouche stopped In front of the courthouse and Harkless passed up a laae they made forhlm to the steps Wbefi he turned to them to speak thcj began to dicer again and he had to walt for them to quiet don We cant hear him from aver here s said Briscoe Were too far off Mr Meredith suppose you take the ladles closer ha Ill stay with the horses Hes a great maui Isuerhc Icrc- dltb aid to Helen as he handed her out of the buckboard Ive been try lug to realize that hes the same old fellow Ive been treating so familiarly all day long Yes be U a great man sho an swered This sonly the beginning Thats true said Btlscpc Only wait awhile and fcell all go on to Washington and get a thrill down Qui backs when we hear the speaker say I The gentleman from Indiana and see John Harkless rise to speak But hurry along young OOplcu Crossing the street they met Miss Tibbs She was wiping her streaming eyes with the bad other left hand anti- stlH raecbaBically waving her hand kerchief with her right Isnt It beau tiful she said not ceasltag to uncon sciously gutter the little square of calm wJcTlo1ere was such a throng that I grew faint and had to come away doat aaiad your seeing me cry Pretty feear everybody cried wiien he walked up tile stepsand we saw that he was Jamr Jon Harkicss looked down upon the attentive earnest faces and into the ktedly eyes of the Hoosier country pea pie atMa he spoke the thought kept reewrlag te him that this was the place be bad dreaded to come back to that these were the pIe lie had wished to leave these who gave him everything they had te give and this made it dlffl cttk to beep hk toeef steady and his tawoatTeiear lIeu teed so tat from the s4oD I aajMrid she be Induced to pWp though Ibey would y asde way tot her that only ksiti roftcbed hert bat these she IlIIig hiift co e home Ordinarily at sick tw hew r4 yurle Tnrr or to be set upon oy toiefcs in oraer to realize that ninetenths of the world IIs Samaritan and the oUter tenth only too busy or too ignorant to be Down here he realizes it with no necessity of illness or wounds to make him know it and if he does get hurt you send him to congress There will beno other in Washington so proud of what he stands for as I shall be To represent you Is Jdna1nessroaders to the penitentiary but prob ably each Of us Is acquainted with politicians who ought to be sent there When the term is over I shall want to take the first train home This Is the place for a man who likes to live where people nreVklnd to each other and where they have the old fashioned way of shying home other places they dont seem to get so much into it as we do And to Come home ns I have todayto see the home faces I have come home CHAPTER XV was oclock When Harkless I climbed the stairs to the Her Wraid office rtnd Tils right arm and hand were aching and limp Ross Schofleld was the only per son in the edUorlal room and there was nothing in his appearance that should have caused a man to start and fall back from the doorway but that is what John did jJWhats the matter Mr Harkless cried Ross hurrying forward with a fear that the other had bepn suddcniyj reseined by Illness What are those asked Harkless with a gesture of li is hand that seemed to include the entire room Those repeatetl Ross staring blank ly Those rosetted these streamers that stovepIpea1 this blue rtpbou fioss turned tale Ribbon4he said Inquiringly Ribbon He seemed unable to perceive the decorations referred to Yesuswer d John These ro settes on the chairs that band and 1Ifingered the band on the stovepipe as If he saw it for the first time Yes I see But whats it tori Wl1YIlsits likely meant fer dec orations It seems to have been here some tIme It has I reckon Its post due to be Called In Its ben up ever sence pence Who put It up Rosa We dtV + What for Ross was visibly embjarrasscd Why t rfer the other editor For MrvFisbec Land no You dont suppose wed GOlo all that workandIother to brisk en things up forjhiatbldtI gentleman do you t I meant young Iri Flsbee He Is the other editor Isnt bj Oh said Ross oung Mr Fis bee Yeswe put cm up fer him You did Did he opprcclatc them Well he seemed lolkind of like em Where is he now I came hereto find him Hes gone Gone Hasnt he been here this aft ernoon Yes some the timei Come in and stayed durin the leevy you was holdlii and saw the extry off nil right When will he be back Sence its hen a dally he gits here Iby 8 after supper but dont stay very late QIdMr Fisbeqiand Parker look after whatever cou hi then uplcss its something special ftell likely be here by half past 8 ajt the farthest off I cant wait till then Ive bcen wanting to see hint every minute since I got in and he hasnt been near me Nobody could even pOntbim out to me Where has he gone jlSvant to see now himjj Want to discharge1 him again a voice from the door and turning they saw that Mr Martin stood there observing themiNol said Harkicss i I want to give him the Herald Do you know where lie isT Mr lartin stroked his beard delib erately The person you specie of hadnt oughftobe very hard to find In Carlow and wcllvijiaybe when found youll wnnt to put a kind of a codicil to that deed to the Herald The corn mittee was reckless nough to hire that carrlaggl of yours by the dayand Keat slttlnglnltw BlameI No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick AlIwe can dp Is give advice Or course thats easy But bur advice Is really worth a little more to you titan most peoples for we offer to feive you the first bottle 01 our medicine free If ltfalls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medlclno was good Such an offer on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor house Dr Miles Nervine however as years of experience haVo proved Is a med cine that cures the sick Those whQm It cannot lenefltIess than one In ten thousand we preter to refund their money All ask of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessriess nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twltchings melancholy loss of memorY weak stomach poor Wood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vltus Dance ctcwe will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor My son Bert when jn his 17th year epllcpsysotake him out of school After severalphysicians had failed to relieve him we gave Dr Miles Nervlne a trial Ten andLiverpertectheaJthDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREEWrite us and we will mall orcNewSclenUflcdiagnoseyourSymptomwrongand FreeI i I ii i coBiiiona to snow inow usefi iiiey are to riding around with four white horses every day ia tile week Its waiting till youre ready to go out to Brlscoes Theres an hour before suppertIme and you can talk to young Flsbee all you want Hes out thercV The firs words Warren Smith spoke had llfjed the yen of youngFlsbeea duplicity had shown John with what tine In elftgence and supretne delicacy and sympathy young Flsbee had work ed for him had understood him and laid made him If the open Attack on McCune had been made and the damna- tory evldewc published In Harkless own paper while Harkless himself was a candidate and rival he would have felt dishonored The McCune papers could have been used for Halloways benefit but not for his own and young Fisbee had understood and had saved him It was a point of honor that many would have held finical and Inconsfct tint but one that young Flsbee had comprehended was vital to Harkicss And this was the man he had dis charged like n dishonest servant the man who had thrown what In Garlow manIWhomade him and saved him Harkicss wanted to see young Fisbee as be long ed to see oqly one other person In the world 4s the barouche drove up to the brick house he made out through the trees a retreative flutter of skirts on the porch and the thought crossed his mind that Minnie had flown Indoors to give some final directions toward the- prepnrntlo of the banquet But when the barouche halted at the gate he was surprised to see her waving to him from the steps while Tom Meredith and 3Ir Bence and Mr Bpswell formed a little court around her Lige VHletts rode up on horseback at the same moment find the judg was waiting In front of thegate Harkless stepped out of the bar6uche and took his hand I was told young Flsbee was here Young Fisbee Is here said the judge Mr Fisbee came around the corner of the house and went toward Hark less Flsbee cried the latter where Is your nephew the old tuna took his hand in both his own and looked him between the eyes and thus stood while there was a long pause the others watching them You must not say that I told you be said at last Go Into the garden But when Harkicss step crunched thereAstersthe green rosebushes and their many fingered hands were flung open in wide surprise that he should expect to find young Flsbee there It Was Just before sunset Birds were gossiping In the Tsycamorqs on tile bank At the toot of the garden near the creek there were some tall hydrangea bushes flower laden and berond them one broad shaft of suri smote the ere k bends for a milejn thtt flat land and crossed the garden like a bright taut drawn veil Harkless passed the bushes and step pro out Into this gold brilliance Then he uttered n cry and stopped Helen was standing beside the hydrangeas with both hands pressed to her face rand her eyes cst on the ground She jhad run away as far as she could run There Were high fences extending down to the creek oji each side and the water was beyond Yonhe said fYou You rShe did not lift licr eyes but began to move away from him with little backward steps When she reached the bench Qh the bank she spoke with a quick intake of breath and in a voice he almost failed to hear the merest whisper and her words came so slow ly that sometimes minutes separated them Can you Trill you keep meon- the Herald Keep you He came near her I dont understand Is It yonyou who are here again Hare you forgiven me Youknow now why I wouldnt r slghfJ You forgive methat telegrnni What telegram The one that came to you this morning Your telegram ijj 1 Yes r Did you send me one 4 Yes j ifIt dltl ll t come to me i f Yesit did i But what was It abOut It was signed she said it was signed She paused and turned halt away not lifting the dowiicast lashes Her hand resting upon the back of tlie bchciv was slinking She put it behind her Then her eyes were lifted ft little and though they did not meet bjs he saw them and a glory sprang Into be lug in lills heart Her voice fell still lower and two heavy ttears rolled down her checks It wile signed she whis pered it was signcdL Flsbee lie begun to tremble from head to foot There wf1Sn lung silence She hud turned full away from him When he spoke his voice was as low as hers and he spoke as slowly as she You mean then then It was Yes hndJJ Yes You AntI youyou have you have been here all the timeT Allrall except the week you were hurt The bright veil that wrapped them was drawn away and they stood In the i iOu lhe said Your Tr quiet gathering dusk He tried to loosen his neckband it seemed to be choking him It canti dont com preheiid It am trying to realize what it alljmeans It means notfilng she answered ysjerdaliewas about Ilodney McCunc Did you write If hYcs It was aboutmeivasnt iIt Yes It Baldit said that that I low Ihethelove cbunty of every persoa hlldwoIit t Suddenly she Jound her oJee T I raplaIydone out of gratitude She faced him now but without meeting his eyes I owed you more gratitude thana wom an ever owed a man before I think and I would have died to pay a part of1t What gratitude did you owe me What gratitude For what you did for my father I have never seen your father in my life Listen My father Is a gentle old eyes3fyaunt have been good to me as a father yearsIIcameto see me once a year I uev cr came to see him He always told me everything was well with him that his life was happy and I thought It was tnkcrQnreI was n child Once he lost the llttle Ihe had left to him in the world his only waof making his living He had no friends he was hungry and desper ate and he wandered I was dancing and going about wearing Jewels only I did not know All the time the brave heart wrote me happy letters I should have known for there vas one who lastIhad written of his Idol before but It was not till I came that lie told It nil tQj me Do you know what I felt While his daughter was dancing co tillons a stranger had taken his band aiid and A sob rose in her throat and checked her utterance for a mo meat but she threw up her head proud ly Gratitude Mr Harkless she cried 10m James Fisbees daughter He fell back from thebench with a sharp exclamation and stared at her through the gray twilight She went on hurriedly still not looking at him I wanted to do something to show you that I could lie ashamed of n y vile neglect of him something to show youIliLt daughter could be gratef nl has been such dear happy work the little I hive done that It seems after all that I have done It for love of my sejf It iIs what 1 had always wanted to do tofcjirn a living for myself to live with iny father When I caihe here my aunt and uncle were terribly afraid I would stay with him It was to prevent Utis that they determined to go abroad and my father said I must go back to them Then you were woreliurt and he medcd me Jl4 much the let roe stay When youhOn you told thhie broke off with a strange fluttering half Inarticulate lit tle laugli that was half tears and then resumed fIn another tone wjien you told meyduf cared that night that night bt the storm how could 1 be sure It had been only two days you see outl even If Icouid have been sure of mYSeJtwhy I couldnt have told you Cfli I bail sa brazenly thrown my self atryour head time and again those two days in my my Worship of your goodness to my filthier and my excite ment in rccognizfng in his friend the hero of rmy girlhood that you had ev cry rIght to think I cared but Ltbut if I luhiIl I had loved yos with my whole soul I could not have why no woman could have I mean the sort of girl I am couldnt hrtvc admitted it must have dtnlcd it Do you think that then I couldhavc answered Yes even if I hind wanted tHcvcu if I had been sure of myself And now Her voice sank again to a whisper And now And now1 lie said tremulously She gave a hurried glance tram right to left and from left to right like one In terror seeking a way of escape she gath ered her skirts in her hand as If to run Into the garden but suddenly she turnr cd and ran to him She threw her arms about his neck and kissed him on the forehead li When they heard the Judge calling front the orchard they went buck through the garden itoward the house It was dark The whitest asters trcrc but gray splotches There was no one in the orchard Brlscoe had gone In doors Vi Did you know youitfre to drive me Into town iii the phaeton for the fire works sill risked Fireworks1Yes great Harkless has come home Kveiiln the darkness he could see the look thc vision hind ghN1 him when the barouche turned Into the square she smiled upon him and said All afternoon I wits wishing I could have been your mother He clasped her hand more tightly Tijis wonderful worM he cried Yesterday I hind a doctor a doctor to cure me of lovesickness After nth w they had proceeded little iircarer tile house We must hurry php salt I am sure they have becnWjifcliig for us This was true thej bath From the dining rcpiu came laughter and hoorty voices njid the windows were bright with the light of many lamps Ily and by tl ey stOOl just out- RIde the pitch of light that fell from one of the windows 4 Look said lclcrl1cut they good dear people The beautiful people he Tinswered TilE ESP lt5arcl1aJlIAroHou the waltor who took my order for tlmt chop Yes slr t Bless me how you have grown Chicago Journal l i f Ills Jnt n1ed- nusbnndDoes Jack know Miss Top pcrtrce Wife calinlyI believe not tot lie has nukod her to marry him Towu and fcountryi HOW TO LIVE LONG Eat Spurlaglr as Life Wnnei Eat Still More sparingly That most men dig their graves with their teeth has seldom been pointed out more forcibly than Is donG in the Cen tury In an article by Roger S Tracy entitled How to Live Long The threescore and ten limit to human life is pronounced a fallacy Death from old age occurring at seventyflve or eighty Is a misnomer Comparative physiologists we are told have set the natural years of man at 100 even sometimes at 120 and the reason why the overwhelming majority fall short of normal life is comprised in thin sen tence we all eat too much He then who would live to be old retaining sight hearing and some digestion net relinquishing the power of healthy en joyment has but to follow u simple ruleSEat sparingly Refrain from clogging the system by an oversupply of tood Never entirely satisfy the appetite and make It a habit occasionally to omit a meal or two altogether- If I were to assign anyone thing as especially conducive to long life from a study of the habits ot centenarians it would be scmistarvation says ou j authority quoted and the example is cited of one Luigi Coruaro who hay ing lived the puce that kllln amended his ways when death threatened and so reorganized 111t8 enfeebled body by a life of temperance and restraint that he lived to be 100 although the doctors had given him up at forty In middle life from thirtylive to fortyflvo ac cording Cto Dr Tracy there comes a waning Oft tIm powers The efforts of overindulgence in eating or drlnkfng are no longer vigorously thrown off in youth If the tact Is not n9II nized and the same habits are up as heretofore there is trouble ahead Bit if the individual adopts new regiqieu of diet diminishes his meals andj regulates his existence las becomes his soberer years a sort of rejuvenation follows and if at the sec ond climacteric occurring somewhere between sixty and seventy there is a further pull up in he food supply regulated by the slackening powers of assimilation rt hale old age is extreme ly likely to ensue HEALTH RULES A clean nnd cheerful house makes a happy home yonrdnJFrugality anti sobriety form the best elixir of longevity Cleanliness prevents rust the best cared for machines last the longesttI Water aad bread maintain life pfiro air anti sunshine are indispensable to health Enough sleep repairs waste ami strengtbenp1 too much sleep soften and enfeebles Cheerfulness makes love of life and Icjve of life is half of health On the contrary sadness and discouragement hasten old age The mlinl is refreshed anti iilvlgorat ed by distractions andl amusement but abuse of them leads to dissipation and dissipation to vice To be sensibly dressed Is to jjlve free dom to ones movements and enough warmth to be protected from sudden changes of temperature Ills Self Sacrificing Dlmiottitloii There Isnt anything ray boy Wil liam wont do to oblige a friend If he likes him Mrs Hockafus was saying We had a leg of lajipU the other day for dinner and Willlej ate till I thought hed burst but when he went out to play ten minutes afterward a neigh bors boy told him they were going to have roast goose for dinner at their house and msked him to go and eat with him Willie djdnt want to bef uncivil so he went along and Just sure as Im sitting here he pretended he was hungry and fate more of that roast goose than the lother boy did Chicago lrlbuneI EnlT GoIuwulutchIer TIle Kansas City journal tells otn Kansas man who went to a rural butcher shop in Kentucky to ordet a porterhouse steak I have just start ed in on this beet said the butcher and I woift be down to the porter hous e until about 2 oclock Ilbr method was to lay half a beef on his block and begin at one end find cut along until it was gone serving his customers with pieces all the way from the hoof to the neck regardless of their preferences No Perfect Hcnlth Sit Michael Foster in a lecture onl Health and III Health to tilt uiieui1I f CIUbSdlllthatVrhlle seeming attainable eluded JCrI feet possession The body consisted of a number of ineclmnlsins Which had the closest and most exact relations Ad they approximated to harmony there was health but whan discord came ill health London Telegraph WnllitMl jit Off Im sorry Mrs pToole to hour that yer husband nufTcrs from Insom My husband lund the same com plaint but he cured It How did he nowr Sure he became a night watch man Brooklyn Lift t IllRlit In Miic Hicks Hes trying berry culture now you know and he Kays hues having considerable success WIcksYcs Hicks Yen although he admits the returns ore small as yet Wicks Well that sounds natural You night call thpt success with small fruits Catholic Standiir4 and Times HOW WEGUARAITEEI Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder To cure 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