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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vs r r 1w wi- jIr inr NEWSLEADER j i4 WSerieSVoIXINolA SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT KENTUCKY MAY 5 1904 SLOOA YEAE nI S TOMUI1JriL BO8LITTIJJ MaBUR101 I 4rSJ Thoffipsoil Jr Co t UNDERTAKERS ND EMBAL MERS Carryin stock all klpds of Fanera ppJielfPH NE 53 4VOUR DIRECTORY 1 SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south east of vexington 59 miles from LrOuisvUle on Bard tQvr branch of Louisville and N shy he railroad in r i farming a3d agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yards population 1100 population of county 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D ff Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis lature won WD Claybrooke A t Representative in State Senate Hon w Harry Lancbtatcr Lebanon KY County Directoryb J CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on We fcurtht Monday in I bruiry May and Octo t br J C E Pattest n Judge JI R t L Durham Commdif wealth Attorney F M CampbcllOlerk MG I eachman Master Commiss tIf loner dUARTERLY COURT Qua trly Court Isf held oh the third j vionday in feach month BilAWtfey Judge v 1LflCOUNTY COURT County Crt meets on the fourth Monday in ech mouth 1J LIvitseyJudrge Wl F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney Qeorgc Catlett Jailer Byron CroakeShetiff Richard Isham SHdney Osborne Q R H Mullican J Deputies EdtMasters jimes F Moore County Surveyor J iJ I Royalty Assessor f T P OBryan Deputy i Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner j W Bush Supt of Common Schools PO Springfield CITY COURT t JainesR Noe Police Judge JohuGi Mirshil iWF Grigsby City Attorney I JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January jprit July and October Church Directoryii r METHODIST CHURCH t Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Sundays in each mouth at 11 a in and 730 p m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meelng every iWedncsdy nightJ CATHOLIC CHURCH cvr F Henriessay Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at d and 10 oclock I a ni Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 4 Felix Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday Jneocb mouth =PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer t Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every j Shnday at lOam Prayer meeting everY Thursday evening at 7 oclock l Fraternal Ordeas 8 MASONIC JGODGB Springfleid lodge No Sp meetsii second Monday in each month Washington R 0 Chapter No Si in sjoa every third Monday Springfield Council NoS2 meets on every tourthMonday KmcHTsIof THE M ACAHEKS Meets rriv fut UftCiCbY in each mo- 1 fT ANiLIii SILVER j m k TRUSS I I JLIcWZOOL 1 JII IaiytoWewktaIa Severe VNo lilpiorPack prelRreOll I Hernia Nomdertr 1wItkcias1 IINsvre SSSS tSSSSSSS SyS jSSSSSSSSSS For sale by C J Haydcn LWL4TEDMen or women as repr sen tires for a high class magazii e Large commissions Cash rires Writs J N Train 1or80 East Washington Square New YorkNYCALPWEW 5 YItE CADWELLN iKWra2r 5SiWHSiSiS5 W WtWW WU mw i 1 A ROUND Of TALK fc I II S A Summer Citizen 0By Frank Ja LStapton J T JDontWen de hills null up de kiver Erfreezln sheets irwhite Ende birds done quit dey ainff in In dc treetops high en low En you wary er de nngiu1 Er de bells acrost de snow 1 iiSBolt gimme all de summer Wen de sun is oil dc shne En de croW is in de tonficl En de white man got me gwine Eti J knows de melon waitin Wen de furrows way Js done En clost de cool fence cdifec shows His striped sideter de sun jf Den it is you finds me happy Des ez happy ez kin be i Its Glory Halleluia Fer dcroun worlj en fer me Wen de mule goesnome fer noontime In de twinklin1 crinkiin beat En yoajif de dripping bucket En de waters cool en Sweet- IV f Y6u des take allyo winter Des all de migfln hills En gives ter me de summer Green trees en vnippoorwilJsi De hot san in de furrow 11n airde blinding light En sweet res wen de works done En ycu tell dcwor1 GOodnight- J YrY HAT BRIDGE There ap- pearsf tb be a bit h in the proceedings towards building the proposed bridge across the Beech Fork at Maud which iis to connect Washington and Nelson counties a Jittle more closely Nelson county agreed more than a year ago to provide that ountys proportionate share of the cost of cons rucling the new bridg and waited on Washingtbn countys Magistrates to take some action on be half of the proposed structure For Various reasons the board of magistratesof this county has been slow to take action in the matter and at a meeting of theii Fiscal Court last year Vefused J G make the appropriation The t matter was brought up again however at the meeting of the court last month and after sbmejj opposition an appropriation of I S3000 vas made and a committee was appoihted to act with Nelson county representatives inJbuild ing the bridge Now comes thee trouble The Washington coun tsr committee is unable to get any satisfaction from Nelson countys represenatives in this t bridge matter at all Bridge men have been here and areI ready to submit plans and bids but no one appears to act for Nelson county The truth is andI arid it was expressed by a proII1iI nent citizen of Nelson county here the jotheri day that county iiis not so very flush financially just now 4 recent opinion of1 the Court of Appeals decrees that the county must pay qj 50OQO turnpike debt is one thing that is not conducive to the incurring of more indebtedness The pod citizens living in the vicinity of the proposed bridge at Mandate very anxious for the bridge They have been urging the Washington Fiscal Court to do spmethihg for tham wasIlreadyand It now turns out that Washington county iis not only ready but has done something The money is ready and a committee is ready to act It is now tip to Nelson county to make good The citizens 6j Beech Fork Must now wait on the Nelson county people 11r T AWLESSNESS The shoot- Si scrape of I lat Saturday night or Sunday morning which was evidently the result of a row during a crop game which had probably raged with more or lless intensity all night should start a reform movement against a certain class of lawlessness which has been allowed to flourish in a quietway about town formany days it is saiV 6ccasioniUy there is an arrest for assault or shooting and in nearly every base it is brought out that bade of it all appears thdt great breeder of trouble and rough houses the Crap game The I crapgame is probably the cause 555 of more murders arid fights than any other known institution We occasionally hear of crop shooters in other towns being arrested and convICted Did one ever hear of such a proceeding in the town of Springfield If such a thing as an arrest and conviction and punishment of i crapshooter has ever happened here it is not of record nor does the event cOme within the memory of the oldest inhabi taut And pttthe game flour ishes and there ire numbers f dead game sports about town who have rib Bother visible or in visible means of support The devotees of the seductive dice are by no uieans confined to the colored population but the bones are lhandled by many white men some who male it a business and others who drop in from the country to contribute a few hard earned dimes to satisfy the gambling passion 4 1T 0 RAISEThe State Bpard lcf Equalization has for the first time in years let the assessment of Washington county stand asit was turned in by the county board The assessment was given a good raise by the county board and the Statet board evidently thqught it enough and has let it stand 4 HOUSES WANTED The de Y Lj mand for houses from renters which has always been good in Springfield is more than ever active this Spring and quite a number of families who are seeking homes are un able to find houses at any price Although there has been built quite a large number of dwelling houses here within the past yearS those offered have been quickly rented at good prices There isI good money in CIIhouses for thc- nvestorand if there wex3 mere available building lots about town we have no doubt that1 some shrewd capitalist would J soon take advantage of that fact and invest a fowctyllars in houses to rent DO IT TODAY i TliQ timeworn in jjunctionI NeAer put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form ICDo it today That is tho terse advice we want lo give you about that hacking cough or de moralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days porhaps weIrs Take some reliable remedy for it TOD nIand let that remedy be Dr Bos- chees German Syrup which been iin use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for atftfw days will cure you com pletely No matter how deep seaied your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs German Syrup will surely affect a cureasit has done be fore in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 2ac regulajr size 75c At C JV jlaydoiifs drugstore Cured tig totter lenfflatisffl My mother has been a stfEFerer fimany years with rheumatism says V H Howard of Husband Pa HAt times she wa unable to move at all while at all times walking was pain ful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided Jtt was the icost wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she is never without it now anI is at all tHll able tlo walk An occasionalapplica tion of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale Ijy C4J Haydon Lafe and ChIldren t who can not stand the shocking strain bfiaxative syrups and cathartic pills are especially found of Little Early Risers All persons wbo find iit necessary to take a liver medic ne sboul try these easy pills and com pare the agreeably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nausea ting and weaI ding conditions follow ing the use of other remedies Little Early Risers cqre biUousnessoonsti patlon sick headache jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by all druggists One Minute Cough CUre Ftp geHolifii CoWs ami Crttip Lebanon locals From The Enterprise The sale of J W crume Bro livery stable outfit last Sat urday attracted a large crowd lfrom this and Washington and Neison counties Vehicles and horses brought good prices As stated previously the outfftsoldd1 was the Norris House stable and the Messrs Grume will continue to conduct the stable opposite the hotel t A record breaking automobile trip was made bya party of gen tlemen from tbis city Sunday night The party consisted of Col Foster Ray and Messrs Richard Putnam Percy Johnston DV Phillips and Dr W S Hodgen They started in Col Rays big Automobile 40horse power Jor Louisville Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock They spent an hour or more in Louis vHle and took rests at Springfield and IjSarJstowc going oed returning and reached hcme Monday morning about 7 oclock The trip Vas an exciting one and several horses met on the road it as said tried tto climb trees The boys all got back safe but say they dont want a similar venture Themarriogcpf Miss Mary Buroell to Mr Napoleon Hughes occurred at St Augustines Church Monday morning April S5 1904 at 5 oclock Very Rev J A Hogaity officiating The attendants were Mr James Bun nell brother of the bride and Mr John Clements Immediately after tho jcereraony the happy couple left for a visit to the grooms sister Mrs Bennett Vethington of Ccsey county The bride and groom are both well known here yhere both reside and have a hostof friends who wish them well They will continue to reside in this city Mr William Hamilton who lives on the J P Mills place town purchased a surrey at the Crume sale last Saturday and Monday being cpart day at Springfield took the vehicle thera to dispose of it He was unsuccessful and en route Home he was caught in the storm near town The wind struct the surroy with such force that Mr Hamilton was compelled to leave it by the roadside a wreck and proceed lip me horseback From all parisof the county loss of fencing and uprooting of trees is reported Mr Albert Lees barn was blown down but rfortunately there was no stock jltl1o otherwise hiIoss would been greater barnll A Sure Tito his said that nothing is SUJ3 excapt dealh and taves betthatI is noaltogetlierirue Dr Kings New Discovery f Consumption isasuredure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van Meter of Shepherdtown W Va says I had a severe case Bron I chltsand fora year tried everything I herd of buj got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured ineabsolut ly Its infallible for CroupI Whooping XyOughGrio Pneumonia and Consumption Tr vito Its guaranteed by C J Hoydon Trial bottles free Reg sizes 500I 10o Soliiewhat fiercer J33itor Howard of the LaRue county Herald wields a fierce p6n when writing against the whiskey traffic as the following will show An individual who would give a boy a drink of whiskey is meaner than the Cannibals of the Pacific Islands he andscoward in whose bosom beats a lump of plr edrot which performing the functions of a hisaDlmarlbody one single drop of the milk of human kindness Could all the crimes and all the sins of all the world be blended together intp one mammoth ball of blackness it would not throw against the walls of hell a shadow blacker than that made by the miserable carcass of him who holds to the lips of aty that first drink Sick headache results from a disor dered stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by C Jf Hoydon a Wa hingtoreher Congress will justify anticipa tion oy adjourning today probably at noon amidt trie usual scene of noisy charivari of calathuinpian merrimeint A good deal of important leg isla tion goes over without enactment Last week I told your readers that the two parties in Congress were growing more tolerant of each other as the session drew toa close and that less invective and vituperation wereheard upon the floor Alas my words had scarcely gene forth wben a tumultuous quarrel broke out between John Dalzell the Pitts burg Republican veteran ahi Bourke Cockran the Democratic successor to the seatsur endercd by Mayor McCleilan It was a terrible outburst of rjage and scorn in which Dalzell charged Cockran with having been hired to change his principles for money and the eloquent Irishman repelled the accusation in a whirlwind of angry recnmina lion and exhibited remarkable ingenuity in callng tbje Pitts I burger a liar several tiqies Iverj without using the word and without violating parliamentary c9mbattir4t royal Each champion was cheered on like the figh ers ma prize ring Every auditor felt that the contestants ware norfllirly matched Bourke Cockran h dj not tact his equall Da1 ell is his equal only in parliamentary ex perience having been in Conj gress thrtysix years Ho is a graduate or Yale and is girfedj and full of mental and rhetorical rrstfurces but he is a Ilittle manI with a falsetto voice ana hysteri- calgestures and is lar from elo quent He does not possess the masterful qualities of the Irish maii from New rkBe made the most of Cockran apostrophe oftbeprevalent eviJk and dared himt to go before the American people iwith free trade asv a platform lie spoke of himself as a gen tl m nItandof Cockran as a harlequin characterisations out of which thJwitty Irishman created much amusement Cock ran declared vehemently that either he or Dalzell ought to be expelled from Congress and demanded that a committee be ap painted to ascertain which it should be The speaker refused to appoint the committee The great Republicanmajority in the House is not often beaten in the tricks vof legislation but the Democrats executed a coup detat on Tuesday which gave theman advantage Some weeks since Mr Williams the minority leader introauced two resOlu lions demanding to know wjiy tie AttorneyGeneral had not prosecuted the coal trust and the conspirators of the Northern a Securities Merger The Repub licans smil d and referred ijiie resolutions tci the pigeon holes of the Judiciary CommUteeta cemetery where such resolutions I have no hope of resurrection But the Democrats on the com mittee kept tab on the Republi cans and getting them home or out of the Capitol by various devices called a meeting of the commUtee and instantaneously adopted the Resolutions add recommended the House tto pass them Heres a pretty fix Heres a pretty how ddo Toe R- epubAgers t I1Nm1JutfI l Your doctor will tell Y04thatI pale weak nervous chil 1thin become strong and well taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe yourdoctorformula and Will explain When II year old fol many months no one thought I ooftld live because of thin blood lint a few weeks erti Bamaparllla com tornl in reitofrd me health lit E DI1CIUUnTIOJI TIDeland NJ 8100 a bottle All dnlnhtJIfor Lowell Matt The Children vrruIHousnessconstlp tlon prevent re covery Cure these wtAyers Pills licans brooded on the dilemma for a week and thpn passed the resolutions having decided that to defeat them would be still more damaging Mr Williams says This isLe laugh y Senator Reed Smoot is to be felicitated Nothing seems to be found against his character He has never bad but one wfe and his children are all hers He is a tree and exemplary man in the opinion 01 the church to which he belongs arid can vote in Con gress as be sees fit Affairs being tins smooth several Con gressmen have had themselves appointed a committee and they will go and live in Utah this summer and report their im pressioDsnextwinter or some other time it the excitement can be keptlalive HOW IJ PRONOUNCE HYDMEI Wood Campbell Tell of This Re markable Treatment of Catarrh Without Stomach Doslns While all our customers who have used Hy mel agree that it Is remarka andICampbell there has been considerable diversity of opinion as to how the name is pronounced Hyomei is pronounced juVt as if iit were spelled highome with the ac- centon the first syllable oqztoreandf us they want a package of the trear ment of catarrh that ve lire selling oh a gunrattee f While we know wh3tthey mean and all of our clerics will giye them Hyonici yet we want everyone to know how to pronounce the name of Hyomei sb that they mayrun nochance of getting anything but Hyomei no matter what they go rIt is natures trne cnre for calarrh al troubles Ifkillthe germs of this diseasfe sootjiesaniheals the irriated mucous membrane4 and effectually drivesjall catarrnal poisons from the system All the Stomach dosing in the world cin do no lasting good in the treatment of catarrh unless thenose and throat are free front catarrhal microbes TJiere i no stomach dosing with Hyomei ijust breath itv We faave 80 much confidence in the value of the treatment that we areseHlngit with the understanding tlatwewIUrotprn the mqrieyif it falls to cjfarej j J ll NewsLeader readers kl1ottiatwe do exactly as we agree f A SarlliD Mt To save a life 0r T Gj Merrlt of No Mehopypn7 Pa made a startling test ruUiug in a wonderful cure He writes UA pat dqt was attacked with violen hem orragescaused by ulceraticn of the stomach I had often found- Er cLric Bitters exxjelen for ac ute stomach and livertroublesso I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and n as not had alt attack in 14 moi ths Electric Bittters are posil llyoly goranteeil for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50c a Ci J Haydon Druggist WieD thc Sap Rises weak lungs should be careful Coughs rid colds art dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cur s coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mjrs GEFenner of Marionbi saysleI auflered with a cough unblil run down in weight from 148 to 9i lbs tried a number of remedies to no availuntil I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cared me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strenFtl1Sold bya1dr9ggi8tl + Notalle Niptiils One ofthe most beautiful wed dings of the seasdn was that of Miss Nancy Jackson Williams and Mr Wallace Brown wnich tool plade at the home of the brides parents at 130 pclock Thursday April 28 The silence was broken by the liquid notes of Schuberts Serenade sung by Mrs R W Haviland in a most exquisite manner Ms H RI Thompson a very taented mu sician pianist Mendelssohns Wedding March announce the approach of the bridal party first were the flower girls j little Misses PauhineHinkle and Chris tine Lewis gowned in Paris muslin carrying shower baskets of white caruations smilaxand ferns Then came the bride ra diantly beautilul in silk tulle over chiffon with incrustations of lace he veil was caught by a burg tof diamonds and was veritable shower of shim merinjf tullej Iie The bridjill party consisted of Mrs W Mack Miller Matrpnof Honor Miss Ina Kimberliib of Springfield Maid of Honor Misses Lydia Williamsj Maple Hill Mallie Stoner and Gene vieye Broderson Bridesmaids Mr F Jt Brown best man and Messrs Spencer Snider Dudley Barnes and A M Hinkle grooms men Standard v GOO J SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the her+andall the fine spirits BlueGrasstState cduld not remedy a bad liver or the hundred andOI il effects it produces Ypu cant have good spirits and la bad liver at the same time Your fiver must be in fine cpnditioa it you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful il yOur pursuits You can put your ljsingIl greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It hasbeen a favorite housenold remedy for over thirtylive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At CJHay dons drugstore Beware ot Oinfcnts for CatarriW1 Contain Mrcirj Ias mercury will surely destroy the rsenseOfsmel1 and completely derange when entering it through the mucous surfaces 8pch articles should never be used except on prescription from reputable physicians as the damage they do is ten fold to the goodyou can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure mannfac tured by F J Cheney k Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury andis taken internally acting directly upon the blbcd and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sureyon get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Oheney Co Testi monials free Sold by JJrngdstSi Price 75c per bottle Taiker Halls Family Pills for constipation Iron Mountain Routdoperate Pullman Tourist Sleeper St Louis to California leaving 830 A M daily via Little Rock fexarfeana Dallas Ft Worth and El Pasb The Idekl Route to California Fast schedule heap Colonist rates in effect daily during March and April 1904 fc California and the Northwest Pullman Tpurist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Leave StJ Louis every Thursday 9 am from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p in going via Pdeblo D 4j R G System through the Glenwood Spings Sal Lake Cityto Ogden etc Hcjmerseekers and Uoloaisi rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each mcnth For nap folders descriptive lit erature rates etc consult near est ticket agent oraddress Th T G Mathews T P A Room 301 norton Bldr Louisville Ky Jiict Arrest J A 6ulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hostipitle from ji severe case of piles pausing 4 tumors After doctors andt alljem edies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further in flammation and cured him It conqu rs aches and kills pain Joe atC J Haydon Druggist Q LeNS Rallritf Prof W K A bill went to Frankfort yesterday for the purpose of incorporating the Colum bia and Lebanon Interurban Railway Company The capital stock of the new company IIs 1000000 of which 250000 will be preferred and the remainder common stock Theroad will be 42 miles liT length with a branch of 4 mites to Bradforclsvilte The cost ot building the road is esti mateil1 to be 16000 per mile The maximum Indebtedness of the road can not exceed tO000 The incorporators are W K Axbill R N Wathen T M Estes of Lebanon G W Pater son of villeJt M Knott Lebanon ti C Rawjings of Bradfordsville W W Brad shaw tf bolumbiaj C Lewis j of Brtdfordiville andO S1Ja r ris oKfcluitbia The oflkeri pt the company wlw bays alrtwiy been selected are W K Aifcift president Bjt Wth vlc prHi4en j T U scre4Ir7 and J M Kootttreaaureri After the company is lincorporated the i I THEOLD RELIALLE i aOY4i 6 aAKIf4U H POWDER i Absolutory lIue I1HaEI l 1 j f oncEnterpriseS 1g Young Aiain One of Dr Kings New Lifa Pills each nigtit for two week 1 has put me in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempsey thwn Pa Theyre thebestin the t world for Liver Stomach and BowdlsPurely vegetable J Never J gripes Only 25 at 0 J HIdO isl DrugStoreS vfAlt nffiIsIS do not hesitate to recomend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to their friends and customerr Indigesion causes more tit health titan afay tfling else It dera figel the atamach Snd brings on all manner p of disease Etodpl Dyspepsia Cure diJ t gestj what ydu eat cures indigestioniI dyspepsia and all stomach eisexd rs Kodol is notv only a perfect digest tnt ff but a tissue building5 tolie aswiuv tI Renewed health perfett strength and J increased vitality follow its use 7fJTHE STORY OF A BRIBED Hew a sealrVetw oitti Without Ilin Knowledge A former distinguished sdnatqrnnd a man who died poor although he spent his entire life in public affairs onco told a very interesting story ur howl his vote was sold without hit knoWIl edge Possibly other senatorial votes have been sold in a like manner In a Pullman6ar oiie day the sen ator renewed the acquaintance of a prominent railroad man he had met In i Washington and who lie kew was In tere ted In n land grant bilfwhich had become a law and hall received the J Bendtocs support f Well your bill got through all rfSht remarked the s natbrftho gW you were so very uneasy about It We had a right tobe uneasy tesponded tile railroad manuIn1hese times 6t antlrallroad sentimenVniany public men fear to vote tot a jaflroad bill Well T voted for it becausd Ii was a just measure null no amount of prej udice would have scared me reinifrlc rothe senator I i 0h yes we knewi we boil youri vote the railroad man retnarkcd wltk f a peculiar looki t JJ1 Hqw dId you know IU asked the senator sharply lBecause we paid 5QPO ford It anp gwered the railroad man firmly fi The senator gasped got his breatl f demanded an explanation anil the particulars of the affair then caineioutr It developed that Vhef this bill was lpending the railroad man received in forujattoll that ther was danger oits being defeated and came to wa ton to see about It Zoos alter rival he met a man whom be blnttslightly as a legislative promoter A number t f senators sajd to be ful were named bpt added the moter their votes could be had for au consideration The price of ticulac senator was fixed at ispartf Now he is i little pecul1 these things sajd the you had better let me spa him first Then Inter In the day yod cnn call tin him and see if lie promises histbte It seems that this promoter did call on the senator and mHtloned the rnUr j road bill and said that there wasa man In the city who would be glad to1 A know that th2 senator would support the bill and might call later and bear him say so k- OhJ yes said the g aator tlagqod bill anti Ill vote for It burl have v no time to bother with this ma JTcverthelesSj In the afternoon the jrailroad man and hig trlewl were tushered Into the senators cpaialtte room and the promoter said Senator this istlte gentleman 1 spoke tb you nliit this JHwrnl h f Inf tercstcd in that land grant bill He wJS8i be glad to lknow It Is all right I r Yes Its nil right wW the friater1 The bill ought tit pass MO as I sad t this mornIng 2 atf going toiw part It 1 Thelric de nt apparently tINed until e ewe4at4srwsrd othe trIE 4 Upon the streaftU of that laterJJ Tfewi said the rallrMML IHI1 we paLl I that promoter 5QOO Jot rvott tWell Its iieedless for me tcc 111 jSnever knew anything about tB1it if tell me why did you ge about aJln + thing of that kind Wy dldat you tcome toInc first without negoilaflo v and find out howl atooH and wkt t l would loTi kl well q we were jio waftd w e WivtJ i take any chalices AjrUdng wt t the reply Telling the 4ory af ten rf the scn t ator sail I bad often eked at fu of my colleagues whos 1 ptltugJ3J h d eI1tlgltd awl ask1iflr ri hey knaves 01 fools r lut ttiT 4t j thKiitocideat wlieet I felt like erttkl 7 1Rc feliew aI4flb for bickMved a1 mosey for bWvo t tr twS i Jiot sad5thrstlI J 1 woMehieek JIielf1iIIIPt1 1 beIqowblch c1a to yea be long WlbID1tD- i f rt Ic1 I s lltWMA TUBLI8HKD VERY THURSDA- I 1AYEAIN ADVANQE 13i tC SRINGFIELD KY 1 lr t l r E LDAVISOS Jrf v l r EDITOR ATO PcausHKg r 1 tocal c bv tness notices i0 cents per Wck uubsequentInserton IDCa11S on candidates and political matter cents p r line Job work JJs done at low ratesAbut cash ss11111t bepad on delivery of goods Advertising contracts made on liberal srrns pbltaarKf and resolutions of respeqj 3 ents per line ASSOXJKCKMBSTS 150ctjCtunty Officer 5 District Offlces K 0 THURSDAY MAY 6 1904 YWe are authorized to announce the 4 natheofiGEORGE D PARROTT Is a candidate for the office of Sheriff Washington county subject to the actioa of theI Democratic party Election November 1905 e J The Kepublicanx State conven tIn at Louisville Tuesday was harmonious Hon John W Yer kes was made Charman and W k Q Bradley RP Ernst George 4 v WVLopgandEE Underwood a colored man were madeDelegates t large for the State to the Nat lonali Convention A platform was f adopted endorsing President Roosevelt and the admistration ancTlnsturcting the delegates for Irthe President for the Republican f nomination George W Welch and David W Fairlieighrwere ap T pointedj by Mr Yerkes members Y oi the State Central Committeet t from the State at large Bradley tr and Yerkes clasped hands and each agreed to join foreces for P a united Resublicar party in Ken tucky The convention termi tnatiedTamida dispay of the great est good feeling and harmony orThe latest from the seat of war is the Che Foo cbrrespon dent cf a London paper ays the V Japanese have attacked and cap tured New Chwang the Russians falling bacK to protect the rail way Gen Kuropatkin in a report to the Czar expresses the Opinion that 3000 or 4000 men were killed in the fight on Yalu river The Japanese have made another unsuccessful attempt to t block the harbor at Port Arthur sending in a number of fireships under escort of torpedo boats The fireships were sunk by the i Russian batteriesi and warships r f and the major portion of their crews lost their lives r IThe Russians claim that two Japanese torpedo boats were sunk during the engagement but this does not seem to be Jfully verified by the official re port ftJIIiHpnJ W Lewis of this place jj was named by ifcie Republican 8 f conventions one of the delegates tq the National convention from the Fourth congressional district The electionbf Mr Lewis was a deserved compliment and a slight recognition for his servi A party in the pastceslorhis q FREETRIiLOFffi0M f t Flesh Forming Food Given on Apr proval by Wood CampbeU 4 t Anyone cantry without risking a b formiapfotodf ration conies in the form of small tablets is pleasant to take and gives almost immediate relief People who are sickly thin pale tired or with poor digestion will gain health strength and inpreased weight if they use Miona f Wood Campbell one of the best t known druggists lu this section offers c to supply Miona to honest person in accordance with the terms on the fol lowing coupon COUPON This couponeniHls anyreader of tbeNEwsLItADJtR to have the pur iicaleand Cure stomach troubles We as some all the risk and Miona is abv solutcly free unless itCis satisfac hon Wood Campbell WE TAKE ATLRISK When you get a box of iMl o na tc posit fifty cents with Wood 8rCani t ptiell M an evidence Of good faith and they will give you their receipt to u Jj refuted the money in case bflona fallss te incrfase the weight and cure 3 towach troubles This ofl f entitles our readers to eMiSHa without risking a penny Wb ic Cam bel1 takes all the risk and if the treatment does not cure it cottiyou absolutely nothing S iI q News From The County tt I i H enlil Among the ounty Peple I t If H as Reported by our Correspondents iffr J c jJ Mrs Phoebe Siljon who M been yerv sick forborne time i no belt tat tms writing Mr and Mrs L H Hardln spent Saturday with their daugh ter Mrs Frank Yancey near Polin Mr and Mrs Hartwell Ether ington aije spending the week with Mr and iihs Jas Green of Danville MrEd Farris entertained quite a number of his young friends lat Sat rd3vnigbt L Mr and Mrs JJH Gordon and Mr and Mrs Arch Calvin were in your City shopping lat Satur day Misse Bessie Gordon Dora Crouch and Mabel K elingwere the pleasant guests of Miss Sallie Hehc ren on lastSaturay night i jMr MJV Crouch and son Ed win who are building the new church at this place are etti11g along splendidly with their Vrior Mrs J BC ouch formerly p f this place who has been spend m k a few weeks iith her mother Mrs Chqatham in louisville went Saturday to join her huS- band who is in Shelby vUielll pLawrence Trent is painting H T Scruggs horse thisweek If PENWICR Quite a Bumper of our people attended church at Stt Rose Sunday Mr and Mrs JB Fenwick spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S A Smith of your town Miss Minnie Barker has returned home after arisit to her sister MrsJ C HaVraon of VJackvilie Jfiiss Annie Logsdon and Mr Edt Bowles were in Texas Sat urday at4 Sunday Mis5 Iris ant Mr Leslie Pur dom ot Texas were in our town Sunday afternoon Will Litsey of Ft Worth Texas was here the first of the week Miss Pearl Fenwick is the pleasant guest of Miss Rosa An jderson this week Joe Smith of your town wes bub Lam Sunday H MacfcyillcI W W Haichett bought a 8 year bld combined horse of w P Hatchett at 80 andsold a 8 year did combined horse at SlOG a uncli of 700Ib yearling steers and a bunch jof calves JO rice McMakiri of Bloomfield l at- 19jth Montgomery Bros Ce Springfield bought a bunch of 132lb hqgs of Deerwood Shew maker at 4c also a bunch oTfejr pound hogs of John Shewmaker at sameprice Hariy Shewmaker soU So bbls corn to different parties at t825 W pj Hatchett bought 7T4 horses ages 3to6 at Danville of different parties at f85 ach W1f Harmon has sold to differentparlies two ttons of hay at 60c per 10050 bUs corn at 35Q II R Showmaker sold a bunch cf 1O31b steers to Peter Co at 3jc also a bunch of 142 pound hogs to sane firm at4c Andrew Ferrel arid wife left for Fr ankfprt last weektoi re side At Mr Ferr Us sale last Saturday oqe seven year old mar brought 125 another one at 90 p coy at 36 household and kitchen furnitiiresol3 iairljy well hisJlimbreturned from Louisville where he went fottreatment much im proved and we lhope to seg him out soon Wetire glad to report our popular doxjtor W T Barnett eonsaiescingAlso pieha0 OORESVJLLE t Misses Lela Wall and Ohio Cull spent lat SaitTday and Sunday at homes Tbey attend Prof Grtceaweirs sib 1atBardstown v Want yoUr moustache abeautiful brown or tlch black Use Mr Pius H Pile and Miss fEstellU Kirsch were married at B1mfield last week May every joy be theirs He is a sprosperpus blacksmith at Valley HUKfcI Basil Cull Jas Cull arndTfami I v Iineronovan of Spenqer county spe t Saturday at Mr Jas Culrsathis place It seemslikeVtliere will be a lawsuit iotensOme of our neighbors as MrNA and Mr B are squabbling oer a line Mr A and Mrs G are also a squab joling as is also r1rk and Mrs Dare squabbling ovfirHrees Of course I will not give an names as they jare all friends ofmin My advice would be to setUe it outside of the Court House tf the weather continues fine this week there will be some corn planted Next week however Will be the banner corn planting week of the season Mr Chas Mattingly will re move between Greenbrier and Early Times next week Messrs Jep Cox and John Cheatham have bought a mill siat Lawrenceburg Mr Cox will remQve there between the first and 20th of July What will be our loss will be their gain and we commend Mr Cox to the people of Lawrenceburg as being all OK There was alarge crowd out to heat Rev Adkins preach Jast Sunday at New Hope church There were 14 tubs of tobacco shipped from Bocker last Mon day and Tuesday Messrs Joe and Jim Hays went to Louisville last Monday Jensonfon Archie tray and wife have gone to Nprth Carolina for his health Archie has been in delicate health for several months andwe hope that the trip will be the means of his recovery Mr Bill Carpenters grand child was scalded on Saturday evening anddi6d Saturday night This was a sad affair Mr Carpenter is a citizen of Mercer jMr Tat Grain has a very sick childjt i S H Prith and wife were visiting J Morgan Harmon Sun day Mr Blue Lan ford is very low with Brights disease The people of this section are planting and preparing to plant corn o W H Harmop remains very low but little change in his con dillon since last report There are no cases of measles in this community to ourknowl edge now t W H Mi burns wife is some better Born to the wifd of John T ilburn on the 29th a bov Smith Drurysay she hits the nicest tobacco plants in this county and1 that he intends put knowsUhow to raise the plant and if the season is good he will make a crop if any of his neighbors do A H Grain is agent for this paper Subscription lner year 25p for 3 months TelL your friends to subscribe for U and get the news of tills and adjoin ing counties Valley HIII Last week vas a glcjomy week and the farmers all had a good rest but several grumbled be cause they could not finish plow ing I As si rule The fiirmerg a fool 5 Whqii it ZS1IOL He wants it cool When it iscool Slie wants it hot Always Wanting1 What is not Several young folks from this place went to St Rose Sunday iv F Moran ancl wife returned Sunday after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives In Casey and Boyle countes Misses Susie and Bertha Edg erloh ofWillisburg visited their brother Frank Sunday W R Moran sold itt6 Young vMcntgomery a bunch of hogs Tor which he received 8150 jAyers t saying Pills PillsBVCKINGHAMS r again DYE J nnjcwgr J wistj Q1LU5 oHitayi x u W E Elliott and S P Derringer also sold them a bunch of hogs and sheep Goat1rimproved J F Gregory of the Grove hauled a carload of tilesand fertilizer from this place last week Several hogs have died in this vicinity from different causes Mr TO Tatum has recently purchased the tore house and property at this place and ex pects to continue in business here He thanks his customers for pst favors and solicits their patronage in the future Mr Palmer Grundy was quite sill last week of neuralgia in his tfack Several of our farmers are planting corn this week The serial story which has appeared in the good old NEWS LEADER for the past lew Yeeks has ended and as it was a good one we desire another soon If some one of our spicy cor respondents would start a few suggestions that wbuld be of special benefit to the people of the county it would be beneficial to the NEWSLEADERand Uno would be more than pleased to help them out but if it is left for us we are afraid it would be a poor suggestion UNO jjVllisburA Dr J1 C Gibbs and wife of Panden visited their son W s1 Gibbs Saturday and Sunday Dr Will Hyatt and wife spent several days in Louisville last week Dr Cecil Gibbs syent a few days at home last week He was accompanied by his cousin Mis James Glass and son Edward Mr Tom Noel and wife spent Sunday with James McElvoy and family Mrs Robert Shewmaker and daughter of Fenwick spent Sun day at this place V Mr Dee Shewmaker and fam ily visited relatives at Ljtsey Sunday Born to tbe wife of Allen Sut ton on last Thursday a 10 pound daughter Mildred Miss Artiei Sutton entertained her fri mds in a most charming manner on llast Saturday night Mr Alvie Foster bought rub ber tire buggy from Foster Wells fOr120 Dr Grume and wife were jn Springfield last Saturday Mr Thomas Trent of Pleas ant Grove spent SunaaY at the home of Mr A B Wells Mr Alvie Foster Valise Pink ston and MiSs Myrtle Sutherland were guestsof Miss Myrtle John son Sunday IIHIsboro Hugh and MitLeaclllnan were inWili burg Sunday Mrs ora McllVoy and dill dren visited her fatherin law Robert Mcllvoy Ilast week Mr Xiewis Clark nod wife spent Sunday with bis mother nearPolih t Robert Thompson wife and grandmother Mrs Emily Wilson were the pleasant guests of Will Tnompson and wife last wQek RevV Ezra Sutherland preached at Jlenwick Sunday evening to a large and attentive crowd Mrs Minerva Coulter is spend ing several week with her daughter Mrs NanScott Will Fitzgerald arid wife of Springfield Henry Reed and wife of Willisburg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Decatur Dragoov Mr John ClarK and son Owen who have been very sick for sometime are much improved John Shewmaker It st ayalua ble cow last week We Are to have a wedding in our midst soon A CDrc For Piles I had a bad case of piles says G FCarter of Atlanta Gauandcon suited a physician who advised nie to try a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve I purchased a box and was entirely cured Ills splendid foe piles giring relief instantly and I heartily recommend it to aUL sufferers De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is unaqnalU ed for ita healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases also sorep cute burns and woands of every kind re qUickty cured by it ScU by all druggists Like the running brook the redfcblopd that flows through tfre veins has to come from J somewhere The springs of red blood are found in the soft qore of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow arrd healthy spleen are full dffat Scot s Emulsionmakes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and thspleen with the richest of all fats the plire cod liver oil For pale schQol girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin arid palO Scotts Eniulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food IIt not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Spnd for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York soc and 100 all druggists t THE ANATOMY OMAN SOME HIDDEN FEATURES AND QTH ERS THAT ARE USELESS Am Eye Tbaf Is Non mind and Glllu That Are Cloud UpTiie Outer Eflra nil the Toe Sallc Are More Orna mental Tuna Serviceable Hds4iny one c complimented you on the beauty ofyour ujlper eye or In qulred after your fellls For though you may not knov it you number thes among the disused features jot your body In the center of your brain looking vaguely skyward lie the atrophied re mahis of a third eye which Jt is sup posed was actually one of mans use ful features at some previous state of development It is known oa the pineal gland though covered by skin and is fornied in an almost perfect condition In certain lizards You have four gills or bronchial clefts whfch however are now closed up and useJes You originally had six but two of them by forming into your ear and mouth respectively turned themselves to SOl accqunt However before your lunfes dcvcleped and became fitted to carry on your breathing system the work was done by the four gills which liave since childhood ceased to develop and become closed up Your earsthat is tie cuter ones are quite useless save as ornaments You could hear just as well without them All the of hearing Is done by the middle ear or tympanumy and the internal ear The outerfeature is purely a pleasant sort of finishing touch to your hearing system The muscles of the outer ear are powerless and pot under our control Are you aware that you have a mIni attire grand piano in your jiudlldryi nen which Is tuned ip to every note in music This7 is known as Cf tls organ and consists of series off tiny hairs which vibrate on the drum of your ear and enable you to distinguish the differences of soundsTAs sometimes when ion strike ar not on the piano sonic ornament iri tii room will be found to sing with tso each of these hairs inside your cri r V- Ibrates in sympdthy with the musical sound corresponding with iIf An appendix is generally a useful thing when applied to books but mans appendIx Is not only useless but very troublesome This is the remains of an Intestine supposed to have fpjrmedj part of our ancestors Though many other parts of the body are practically useless they are supposed to jhave been urfeful at some time but Sclepi tlsts cannot trhcc that the vermiform appendix was ever of any servie to man Toe nails are entirely useless and toed arc quite superfluous A man could get nlonp 6s well without toes In tact a doqtor removed eight ofn mans toes withoutl any Inconvenience being suffered and the loser got along quite as well jvithout them The teeth arc rapjdl becoming quite useless Now that nearly all our food Is Chopped uri for us anti we do not bate to bite hrough hard substancea teeth are graiitially decaying The fact thjat the teeth of our ancestors 400 o years ago were finitely bIggerthan our own shows that nature is gradually taking away these organs Tonsils too are almost useless ami fulfill no serviceable object to thq body Icqplo can get along quite well without them Rill o very large proportloij of the population have had ttliiiut removed i Both the hair and the skin have end ed thblr daysj of usefulness fo the hti mop race Tjhe hair was Intended to cover our heMs from the bent of the sun We corer up the hair and by shutting it ofl from the exposure which nature intended it to hav0 we an gradually but surely losing this ladoni ment and it jls estimated that in time ye shall ceasje to grow it As to the kin it Was given us to protect our Jljodles from the elements By covering It up with clothing and preventing lst getting proper respira tion we deprive ourselves of its usfL ij It is not InC lcchn le that the man of a very remote future pdriod may not only hairless and toothless but skinless na rell T The most Extraordinary thIns tOQC noted about all this is that thoso parts of the body which are useless give us the most trouble while those In con stunt nctlvltjr remain quiescent The teeth through lack Of work gt lazyi as It were and decay The tonsils having nothing to do Make your Ute a misery to yf u through ifontlnually Dwelling untjl they arc removed The skin which is useless to civilized map has a large variety of diseases to tent on us largely due to its compressed condition The vermiform appendix which is absolutely useless has a nice little dis ease of its own which it develops with often fatal results known as appenIiI cltls A man cab Ii e without his frontal bone Ata recent accident a workman was struck by a crowbar The only possibility of saving his lifo was by excising thd frontal bone The result was that the man survived without so rloiis Injury though he was conscious i of somA mental defect It is qui c possible that an artist writer or nluslclau wotild find the ef feet of the removal to depriva him of the particular faculty for producing his work but otherwise his brain would be Unaffected for Its ordinary functions t J Sole Agents for Old Hickory and Studebaker c agons FY Quantity J McCLIM WELLSlriI r IN 7 f BuggiesS IffiplomeiltsLGFaJII int1iz14Tornadoi l f sJ I We handleI Surreys Carts of I J the Agents for jf Call and examine our line of Work Gear Buggy Robes and Horse hnI a SEED OATS Cash PaId for HIDES and FURSi FOLLOW THE FLAG TO AND NORTH WEST The and iits connections otTer very low rates to Colonist and Home Seeker from March 1 to April 30 AIs6 Very low rouml trip rate to SanFranciscoAND Los Angeles jOh Account of General Conference Methodist Episcopal Church Tickets on sale A pril 22 to May 30 Fdrf lir tqer particulars call on ad dres3 pfc GREENE Diff Pass Afjt Waba h R R room 303 Urban Bldg Louisville Ky Waco 116- 2inyoI3NsHR Willmake the season of 1904 at the FairGrounds Springfield at 12 to Insure a Living Colt Waco Dare Jr jis by Waco Dare 1027 by chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrell SSby Black Eagle 74 by King William 07 by Washington Denmark ui by old Black Denmark he by Imp Hedgeford Waco Dare Jr firit lam BessIe by Prince Den mark he by King Denmark he by Star Denmark be by old Black Den mark he by Impjledgeford Wacos second dam was by Tube Roses he by Cabbies Lexington F Third din by Duluth he by Cabbies Lexington SP 1He is a beautiful dark baya little d ippled with very heavy mane and tUgoes nil the gaits and is a nice diver Ue6i 15 hands and is a tine a tor 1Bis colts are winners Ak the same placayill stand my jade GOV WOOD Jr at 7 tainsure a living eojt Gov Wood1 JTr liTbf Wallace Mcfelroys GJiv Wood ffirst oath byHoliways Jaciqhic uy GrundyTs Maringo Mam niotti Tliis Jack fr a good i sure foal getter LV J R WALKER r A Sharp Charclfnin- nj tho fiinions Samuel Foot caustic wit and lprnctlcnl joker the following story jIs phon J Fpptc tvled a joke on the archbishopl cistnterhnry who was not to be hi lit rhe actor forwiprded a copy of The Elinor to itl c primate a plnv so gross that Irish Jiutllences would naVCgiiotiD of It though It was a big Micfcess In England with the polite request that It his grace Haw anything 9l JiMtlonabJctIn It he would strike it Out nut chiC archbishop sent it buck without imark ijiul declared titter ward to a friend that if he had put rt ien to tho nianucH t Foote would strnljrhtwny lmvpalvcrtlfled It uscor byhisbury 4mlljultnpr Ly what hLstory tolls us df Footes character he prob ably tvoud Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Ppnt Know it How To Wad Out tFill a bottle Qf dprrjiflori1 glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hojjrs a sediment oil set Qtling indicates an unhealthy cohSl Ib fVr tlon of the kid y neys Iff It stains your linen It is 4 evidence of kidney trouble too ffrequent desjro ta piss It or pain In the back ij also bladderWhat to Do b There is comfort In tfie knowledge so SwampRpott everywish theIIngIoftebduringduring the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon rCI3rIlcd It stand the higlicitt for It won casesIff t yesYouwonderful discovery ttFand a book that tells c more aboutitbethsentt free by mall address Dr Kilmer Some of Root WhenWrltJngmentlon I 1 Headquarters for all FARM SUPPLIES No J20 a We sell Coal nOO Any fl DEALERS Buggies purchaser the Syracuse extensive SALIFORSIA Wabash Railroad DarJrNo looking- incIiv1hiiatarida absolutely SPRINGFIELD Kt Phone y Oliver Chilled trPloisI T i r CHILDRENLMakes teething easy regulates stopsCryinga Mayor Ycwell of Owensboro KrlIIays Our bsby 1s wastinsaway po = while tectJiincj His bowels seemed =a pIuiciag2v0 =3 saved E rnot syenollhIt saved soeiJJ renaJoe wlihoat this ZkaJ flluIjsoaeerypai1g 7 M3ytsckilctsailfo p IFor maple and book free address THG FLOYD MEDICiNfe CO EETROFT KICH 11 FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS i n 5 For sale by C J Haydon Pharmacist f I he rg 9 B FOA i It 11i pas3 eSft est39 emeseeer- uc the iseof iho t CI HWN and OTjfFJ iJ1frE t Great Southwest Syster i Direct lines to f r issuri KarisziiSJArkanS2S3 indsanH I Tei1tc Lousaa and Texas Through Pullman Sleeping crd Frso ttecliriing Chair Cars v f t klDescriptiveI ri t t 3 C jTOWNSEND ItT ri M TTlIEWSt L Qoai rasscnfferaiKl Ticket Agent Tinyc liug raedrgentGT LOUIS LOUISVILLE Kr7 v fe atrtieeJBB8BSeven Koman WS Sold for 33J 01W m SEASON QF 1904 m N 4R itW36 m Full brother o Norvarchlpe 4yenr old 218 ttaliOaLs4Sevenif Norvin Ws colts have sold receiitIy for 4 81150 and tiled others 0nQ suckling and twO year Onwardm I j t Out of the dam ot1Norio W ni 1fJorvandi J rtj kt Won or Allertono 2091 and Onward 2 5tlAlJerto grcat Hof trotters in the orld25 TOINSUItE Aj p77VVBI7tNi I Iiput of the dam of Aileen 507 a wprldsrpcordi Son I tf Gambetta Wilkes 2it and Nutwood 218f Gam lvi betta Wtfkes the worlds leading 210 sirS l1nd 23dMre Cr 1002 and 10i3 Sla TO INSURE 4J GHESTEH DHRE JR fr D Son of Chester Dire Old Cromwell 73 and c elJ81I i fh inheCBLLSaLEXINOTON tI itA large fine handsome saddle horse with perfect ition and a first class breeder Had a cole that mtor lOOOand was shipped to EDfl1nd t l rt2 Of fci d1SpoII ROYJVL B0 x t Son of Norvin W and Acgatnl Maiilbii 9 3t This Colt will havn style finish and speeci l Isoldtwo cplts out of his dam for 2500 4 A LARGE BtAOK JACK lO TOi JNiuRE HpV iJ4 I have the above six tdnQhnttprtlt rnot popular trotting and saddle horse families AU areroyihly- X1 I bred grand individual and prOVingr T wcujaeivej8jjiTOii Have colorsTbofeei very tSona l andI witlin the reach of all andoucan i t Tobreedagoodbusigiess tbq past searoii1ancl I hope they will do better thIs season and tnh the assistance of my friends tjiey wm Your patjrODago oarnestry solicited For lull and1lescriptionsrJO1NB WArREN Jrf Long Distance Telephone 83 Lebanon XiI v r 7 fR JJM BURTON AUKSIDENT DENTISJ 1 TEETH EXTRACTED yiKFHOUTI PAIN OFFICE Hagan Blpck up stairs r SPRINGFIELD KY J AllJ Dental Work Strictly 4 V Firstclass t PRJ H1 LAMPTQN IJ qOFFICEfri Opera House MSvJJMOCK J PKINGFIELD KY OFFIGEvDr Rineharts for 1 imer oflSces over Peoples Deposit ejBnk Office hours 12 to 2 pm W F GRIGS BYc i ATTORNEY TLAW JIOlilce over Peoples Bank SPRINOFiEEb KY i vftW HYATT M D k T SPRINGFIELD ICY tI tlOffice iri Peoples Bank Building 7 Residence 93 TIepIiones Office cj 1 j JOHN Y MAYES l J = kFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMDAMERR TELEPHONE DAY 19 NiGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KYT Have You Hauling kTO Dct1If so call up J L ALLEN at tthe Depot aFREIGIIT AND TRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved and anything in the hauling line done Jcareiully and at reasonable rates PHONE 22iJi J ItsEroofr l of high cul of ture to say the greatest matters in the simplest wag I TSaFEHRS MALT TONIC Bljiee Grass Nurseries C SPRING 1904 r RBE3vby the million Frui IIIand Ornamental Shubs Grape vines Aparagus Rhubarb Small Fralts and everything for Or chard Lawu and Garden No a Agents Strawberry and Gener al Catalogue on application to- JF1ILLENMEYERSONS Tlexington Ky fj 1 sBlACK frh13jnc black Jack will make the seasonjof 191 at my place 31 miles from Springfield on Bioomfield hike f r 8 To Insure a Living Colt Black Prince Is five years old 15t hands bighand fmejy bred His 1S03 4cois olii last fall at 90 each No Jennets served before June 1st1 IJE SHELBY Rrr Nc 1 Springfield Ky i OneMinuteCougfcCure For couflh Cold and Croup T w KTNiTO OO W tlroW WW iriWi ie Local Happening of Interest I The Freshest and Latest i H I AH AboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances fl I Pure countly sorghum at C w Hagan Plenty soup jand butt r bean yet at Campbells i GoOd Sorghum in bbl at 45c per gallon at pampbells We make up Dinner sets to suitthe customer Hagan Bros Buggy whips cheaper than anyone in town Campbells The Very best of highdassj canned goods at MnEIroy Bros We haveqny thingyou want jin Queensware Hagan Bros FOR SALE tbont 250 bushels of corn GEO T CLEMENTS Ten Thousand pieces of Queens ware to select from Hagan Bros i Six cakes bigdeal red wrapper or ivory soapSocjatP J Thomas Screen Doors and Windows for sale by Leach man the furniture man Homegrown Vegetables re cieve l every morning Hagan Bro3 Groceries Fruits and Vegeta bles promptly idtlivereja Hagan Bros The celebrated Chase San bourne coffee at McElrdy Bros grocery It Our canned goods ale Folks brand and they go at iOcat Campbells Sweet potatoes for seeTl and table use Price reasonable at P JThpmaS Mr Joe Clements spld to Dr J T D Latimer a nice driving mare forSi50 See our new stock of fresh roasted coffee guaranteed to be he best at Campbells Pure evaporated pickling vine gar at 20 cents per gallon at QNans grocery Everything in the Screen Goods line for sale by Lea bmaIi the furniture ian We ar4 paying highest market rice1 IorwooJ Call and get a sack Robertson Bros t All of the early spring vegetables the iiest that the market af fords at McElroy Bros 01tt The1largest and prettiest line Vasib Stand Sets ever in Springfield Hagan Bros I Try our Star Baking Powder better 8 oz can for 5cpone 5P J homas WAN ED Grass pasture fort a 20 head of yearling steers LUTHER BURN- SSavenlbsSantas t and Bio Coffee forL Trio e pound at 15c PJ Thomas j i Takeyour country produce to W tagapand get the bests market price cash if preferred Keep out the flies by buying i winc1oWSl1of WOOL WANTED We Will pay thehighest cash pruse for wool buNNINGHAM DUNCAN rFehrds malt tonic is not a ply thing out the real things every case tndbott1e guaranteedI j C W Hagan l gt Call arid get our prices on traw hats before buying else I will save you money P J Thomas Spring is here and every one needs toniiiof some kind Why not th3 best Fehrs Malt has no equal C W Hagan Agt FORSAIE T o thqrbughbred BlacklBerkshire brood sows and eight shoata four months old ELIDavjsonjr calf up Phone 58 when you want goods deliveredin a Tftiryt All kinds of can goodsand new- vegats on hand jfr G W Hagan FOR SALB 7Agood yearling Shorihornjbull I Tucker a 1OhnA Booker Ky Work on the now ice plant iis progressing finery The brick WIlls ofthe b liMing are almostt up snd it should be under roof in TOPICS fj i tzJ344Mwckc t a few days more The machinery = will be installed as socn as pcs sible and it is expected that ice- S will be manufactured within 30 days from now People that have used Fehrs malt tMiCsay it is equal to a drug store and a good Doctorv Why not try it money refunded if you are not satisfied C Wr Hagan Agt Well jf you will drop in its you go to your meals and get a bottle of Fehrs malt tonic twil1 con vinc you what it fs and what it WilldO C l Bag n Agt The prptracted meeting at the Methodist church this week jisI quite interesting as well as profitable Rev Maxwell is an able preacher The singing iis being conducted by Mr Lyons who is a fine musi ian Services in tile afternoon and evening TAKEN UP There came to myr place three miles north of Mack yille near Mackville and Willis burg turnpike on April 2nda Poland China jbaar hdg weighing about CO pounds white stripe in forehead no marks in ear Own ercan have same by paying cost and proving propertyto Perry L Biker Mackville Kyf ToeMayes and Henry Houri gan two well known negroes got intoarow up on Hight street on last Saturday night and Mays was shott in the leg by Hourigan The particulars and causes f which ledto the shooting could not be obtained as no witnesses appeaT A warrant has been iissued for the shootist buthe has absentedhimself from town and has riot yet been arrested Mays wound hvaS only a slight One Both negroes have frequently v appearedinl court Frap1dgeion a young man of about 19 years ofage died at the home of Mr Ed Kelley in the Valley Hill neighborhood rfuestj diy rfglit from the effects of a mules kick Young Edgertpn was kicked by the animal about fitvoarid although the wound was a severe one it was not thought to be of a fatal nature The inter nal injury however pIoved Averse than expected and the young man succumbed to the injury i Hb was a young Iran well thought of and of an industrious disposition He vasa son of Mrs Tom Baker of this county Tile funeral took place yesterday afternoon at Pleasant Grove Death of Mrs Hamilton Mrs Lettio Hamilton an old frndhigh1yhe county died at her home on the Bardstown pike between is Springfield and Fredericlcstown a1 last Sunday of the infirmaties of old age The deceased was 81 years of age having been born in 1823 She was tie widow of at Thos G Hamilton and had lived at tliesame place for more than 50 years Mrs Hamilton was a woman of fine character and had Seared a large family of children to useful manhood and woman hood The spns and daughters who suvived her are as fo1lowsd William HariViltpn of this county fTn Mrs Ed Kelley and Mrs Neal Kelley of Louisville Mrs Dur ham of Kansas Mr Baker Ham iltoni Of Kansas and Alex Hamsi ilton of Mead and Sam Hamilton of Union county The funeral took placemen Tuesday norningbtt- at St Rose and was largely attended by friends and relatives iin from this andadjoining counties Successful Sale The sale of the lively stabiC outfit of Frank W Simms Co J which took place at their stable here last Saturdaywas quite a successful one in very respect and prices realized were perhaps beyond the expectation of many Horse buyers and traders from Danville LebanonNelson coun 1 ty and elsewhere were in atten dance Most of the buying how ever was done by local parties the remaining livery firms Whar ton Tapp and Thompson Boblit securing the majority of tlie horses and some oJthe eIhides Thirteen head of horses i were sold for a total of 179950 oran average of 13842 THe figures are 109 150 155 142 126 12250 140 121 125 165 144 125 115 A grey mule brought 200 These horses were all good oneS and much IWtA ItAJtJI AJtJtA jTHERE Iis LITTLE AfJ REAL TROU LEtJ i IInthis world most of it e itiis imaginary We allow iJur5eh es to become her I vous and fretful Weeds of care overrun the garden of the heart when they shouM never be ale I lowed tto take root A Great Deal of Ilia Prcso ifEyc Trouble y Is tcadsed by people se lecting Glasses unsuited for the condition of their Eyes We Supply tlie Best And give a thorough ex amination free of charge C F RUSSELL jMain St Springfield KyJ IIH I1O- IDQNTIsTOFFHILItIEUAMT BCIUI14 r lmanentlt JOc tCdIt SPRINGFIELD KY rabove tlie average for livery stable stock Secondhand bug gies surreys drummer wagons harness etc all brought good prices arid the sale amounted to- bout3O00 PERSONAl L Uncle Joe Shader took in the Derby Monday CMrtended he Deroy GMrsfriends in fjliecity 11attendmgi Mr Paul 1 Booker of Mack ville is here this week v Mrs BiF Simms has returned rom a visit to Louisville Mr Alferd Dehoney of Loba anon was in ttown Saturday Mr Jim Thompson has returnt ed from the Hospital at Lebanon l W A Vaters Jr ha returned froma several days trip to Louis ule Mr JAMuddot Chicago 111 as in town on business the first the week v Mr Bey Browne of Indianap l slis is here this week fora visit his sisters Miss Naomii Pro wn of Lebanon visited Miss Lizzie Waters i iarst of the week e fcMissQisFlagette Young this weekhj Capt and Mrs Wright arc malr ing their home at the Searcy re idence during the summer MrsSalfie Grunday has been quiet iillafcherl homein thiecountyin l but is improving at thistime lissArnio McOh rd has re turned from a visit to Tatham very much improved in healthel Mrs J 0 McElroy and little g son came home last Saturday On the Infirmary at Lebanon qMiss Gpodloe of Lancaster the guest of Miss Pearl Conner totMrs Finley Scruggs visited her mother Mrs C R McElroy the Infirmary in Lebanon Mqnday Pjand Misses Sarah and AnnavJ imms w3nc in Louisville the first of the week Misses Lillie nnd Kale Lancas W ter of 8e ittle were in ttown Tues ap Thc are visitingrelativest t JBardstpwn Post Master W A Waters tl been confined to jiis bed for- everal c dyr with an attack oft acute indigestion Mr Gi bert W Carpenter of anville has accepted a position with Kelley Brown as cutter their batcher shop Mrs ED G Nelson has returned from Florida where she has been spending the Vinterfor the benefit of her health t Messrs John Tate of Clarks vilJo and Rev William Davis of Louisville are visiting Mrs Sallie Grunday who has been quite sick HoilyohnV Lewis AVF tl and other Republic ins t from the county attended the State convention in Louisyille Tuesday A fishing party composed of Joe Smith BertobertsonHM 0Nan A Cunningham Walter Reidel left Wednesday morn ing for tlie Big Beech Mr LaJ Baker was in Bards town the first of the weekT Miss Margaret Edelen who has GregJEdlen J r AfJJAMES GRAVES acdd Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks ancl Jewelry Repairing a Specialty LoemitedatT W Simms Jrold law ouice opposite Court House Springfield Ky siding Elder Duncan District la dian Mision Conference who has been attending he Nauional con vention as Louisville visited I his cousins MrH C Lee and sistersat this place4Saurlay and Sunday Misses Annij1 Latimer Lidia and Clay McElroy nd Messrs George Neirkirk Harry 0 Nan formed a fishing party who tried their luck at the lake at The HeightsH M ONans country place yesterday They report of luckplenty Ii A Bad Affair f J lit about 4 oclock on last Sunday morning Frank Graves a colored man discovered lying in a pool of blood in t11Lof the L fe N depot at this place nc whitei man who proved to be tLouist unconscious and from the spot oh which he was found a bloody a trailj could be traced back cross thd street to the old warehouse which is used by a gang of crapshooters a who gather there to alTr on their gamel The voun ded man after being shot had evidently dragged himself across to he depot and there his strength gave Out probably from lloss1of blood His companions i game had evidently fled after Burton was shot and prob ably left him for dead The v und was a ghastly one and nar jowly thisseabeing fatal trtGeojrge Shaunty was called to- ttnd the wounded man who was removed to time Courthouse b temporarily The pistol balls had entered just behind the left ear and had ranged in and down ward coming Out in the mansa tliroat He afterwards coughed up the bullet which was a 38t calibre The wound vas powder burned showing that the weapon was held very close to th manmiIcal wAfterBurton declared tlCtirtsirigerhad Ll qff as did the rest of the roTd thOras roake and Maishall John Grace arrested hjm Sunday at noon at is home between Willisburg and Polin and brought jiim in to jail Curtsinger does not deny the shooting but claims he acted inn self defense Burton is recover ing and Cutsingers trial will be out tbaFor Sble A registered Hereford1 Biill eveninonths old Of fine pedi reG and a good iindividual B F Leachman Jlii Nice Homes Eor Sale isIf you contemplito moving to wn to go into business or to educate ycTur children call on us We have some mice town andpf suburban property fo r sale and can suit you Prices r asoEablep SBAROYJ NEIKIRK hone 1211 w OOlllZGOll1l- In the spring of iooi fuy children had whooping COOgJ1h says Mrs DbUapps of Capps Aflx I Ti8dLel Chamberlains Cough Remedy with heznost8atisfactnrt results I think his is he best reriiedy I hava ever seen for jwhoopjngj coiigb This fas remedy keeps the cough loose lessens biiispells and counteracts anylouphlng l tendency toward pneuiroiiia Fortt ale by CfJ Haydo of Good Baking Binges j oil Rood Hour The best baker iin the world cWt get good bread from Inferior flour Do justice to your skill by using the best material our Kentucky Star Flonr It costs no more than the ordina ry kinds yet it goes farther Try a sack to day Chaplin Water Power Roller Mills D B Sutherland Propr Eggs EggS Eggs More eggs is what I want I am not satisfied with my present high prices and want to dp more So here is something again for he lladies lam going to offer as- a preiumn for the next sixty days 35 Standard high grade Wheeler Willson sewing ma chine which will be on exibitiqn t Leachmans furniture store Their is no better machine m the market Now here is my plan I will issue a ticket for every SOc i worth of eggs or 1 worth of poultry lelivered at the poultry house during the next 60 days beginning from the date of this issue No ticket wllbe issued for less than 50c worth ofeggs or worth poultry at a single delivery Nomerchant Or dealer of any kind will ba permitted to enter this contest An exact copy of the tickets issued will be kept by me atdat the end dffQO days win e placed5in a box and will be- haken ThreeOf ouf best busi ness men will be appointed to at tend to this and they wijjl select man securely blindfold dim and havehini draw a number from ime box The person holding a duplicate of the number thus drawn will be presented with the achine Now every body who ill bring their poultry and eggs this way will have a chance at his qaluablo machine and the nly difference is that tile pary who brings the most will haii e most chances 1 bliveI high a cash price as you cijn gel any where this side of tfae Rocky Mountains Try me and be convinced My prices at present are 13cin cash oir lac in trade atany store Spnngfiel4 Bring your pro duce where ybucan get themost of it 35 in cash instead of e machine if prefered IMHJ0N- ESCATORI1 A For Infaktt and Children Kind You tiave Always Bought natur4SnoBlu KorJ TFntcrprqot Rosin IS to form waterproof ape1 for use in butch rss11opS fish markets and also for building pur o- oses und strange fo say this liri rorCinent reduces tile cost of the im per All methods of applying rosin in = solution after ihc paper is finished add heavily to its ciost and also render it very brittle Inlt If the rosin is dls I solveil In potash and mixed with the I pulp in tlC beating engine and this I alkali afterward treotcd with alum M I econies neutralized and washed away nvliig the finely diffused rosin throughout the whole inass It Is also used for protecting the coarser manufactured products such agricultural implements against rist by mixing it In a solution with e This Is applied as vafnlsh nd the benzine rapidly dries away leaving a coat which protects the ma terjal until it goes to the severe service actual user Engineering The Delights of a Summer Resort When you go to a summer resort one of the chief delights are thewidecoolcozyverandaswhere I you can sit in the shade andenjoy a tool delightful breeze You can nuke your own porch as cozy and pmtonbe by shuttior out the sun with YudorSluAe Ticyjet lethe breze and keep out the heat They practiCally add another room to your house the pleasaotest room of all during the heated season You can serve luncheons or tea on a porch fitttd with lJktlo Porch ShadesWith perfect privacy while viewfhrthepass ers4jy You can also have Vudor Window Shades adjusted to your windows uhtre they will let in the cool breeze and keep out the heat of the summer sun ae espccially tolMlcndcd for nun rJes and linnr rooms Vudor Porch Shades coUlrom lUG up They are mad Jn different colors to bar monjie with the woodwork of your home You are especially requested to vlemtbe Vudor Exhibit in our j shade department We also invite your special attention to ourtl 11LaceOunningliam Duncan I 4 AV gefabk Preparationfor As similating UiePoddandBegula ting iheStoiaachs afidBowels of IMS Hli DKtN Irfl1OLcs DigestonCheerruI neitherOpiurnMorphine WOT NARC OTIC fbPealOklJiSJHllEl1froJ tJmg dSsr1 t j JIeL ApeiTectRew4dyrorconsrica WormsConvulsionsFcveristi ness and Lossu- FSgturior I NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 1 1 2 t t CASTORIA Ior Infants and Childrfm The Kind You Havaj I IfAlways Bought j 1 Bears the f 1 Signature J 1iiin f r UseS JMI ForOver Thirty Years i CASTORIA u McwyoMKCirr J ItIti i 3III ih iII iiii j Vi ili iiWH iiij 4711 Glycerine Soap lac cdke lfIwjg worth 25c Cosmo Buttermilk Soap 5tC 1 Cake worth IQc g 1 1 Pears Soap 12c worth 2JcJr JjJ r These arestandard g odsand the tfestStoilet soaps on the market This price for next Saturday 1ONE DAY ONLY f jt 3 We have many other tempting bar = gains You do yourself an injustice not tosee our stocks before making your purchases 51 5 y R We wish to call your attention to a our splendid Deol1t Dress Goods SIlks Dress Trttnmings Waist lg Dress Linens Novelty Suitings in Cotton Voiles and Eta ines in Cotton India Linens 4h all gra sDainty Lawns and Dimities Silk Batistes in all shades Organ 2 dies Dot Swisses French Lawns Paris Muslins and f- S many other beautiful thin Dress Fabrics too numerous to 2 mention We show nohing but the correcitbicgs V J gtAlways glad to see you whetheiyou ti want tp bUy or not id r ROfeERTSQN BROS t If t t m f f mq JOHN A McELROY OCNERAL INSURANCE AfiENT H bfere and Tornado 1 i1i FFICEOVER PEOPLES ANKl h iJ j During my ab efice from office W F r George Neikirk wiirattend to arty QtigSbYjt for me t LIra gE fu II The Big Money MakOflfOJog er If IsDr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more tban27 years has stood the Severest tests and in all cass can be t I depended upon tit DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE r 1 Wl en this preventive JDrJ tvalt andaFREEcopy rhlch had a our rILi 1225lb can S1250 balfcans G50 250 12 an pe aia t 2pth Century Poultry lood The grdatesb egg od1ero r the market Keeps fowls I i poultrydiseases51bba35O2i7cpcrpackag 1 Dr o s Has LiveStock Remedy For Cattle Etc Aitt name this REMEDY not Idol arl4 it uniJAiijIeiidMjl disease i Liioe 09 AND 25c PER PACKAGE FOR SALE BY GOLUEE WELLS cArr FOR OlRCtJLARS SfeRlNGfcJLI KY a 1IU Ii For SaleJ i500 cedar po ls cut any desired length and elivpreijl Also two mules one horse mule ayears old weil broke one fine yearling mare mule Address or see J R CONDOR 4t FrederickstoVnt Ky Kidney cureIPoley Th fl4 bh ct r of ifl curr j5 of store foljithe asking Horsts Sheep iI E 8 Os BROIl LSiIIRScs i Pure bred chlclcenk higheiap healthy jilrd f EQQSiJFOf 115 YIssSi7 AWW01 pftngfte1d- 1at- tTunfJr I rBackward lD J GREGORY flUMES ii- e it 1 Col01i t Jx buT c McClure tI J z lb + + + Ten years baydi Changed you for u the better iaiibVrtomaa 1 It has left yoti untouched said the i thai smilingly frLt vfoninnsinJled At thirty time Is not necessarily n woman enemy and she felt that what the man said was true Her btfauty was a little more full blown but it Was iirooaipaXIson to that t qftber youtht as tlie perfect rose is to the opening bud For the man time hind worked Just F the change she wished to see True the buoyant spirit of youth hud gone wfrom Ills eyes and she would never again see the star shine In them when of his Ws ambitionshe spoke hopes and his loye for her Jww they 3cearand steadfast looking out wereI a J world with the confidence of a soul that has proved Its strength Ills hall was touched with gray over the tem p e1ut his face was ruddy with health 3 It Is strange that we should meet W4fere In tin very shadow of St I11 chad lts said the Woman Yessald the man it Is strange Wo wcrqto have lieen married In St Michaels DQ you remember that old or time rThey were walking leisurely up the shaded avenue and it was some ino LIT trs NOT SPEAK OP THOSE OLD Isrosii3 SAID SHE r ThenfIt BIC said softly and without looking at him A woman never forgets the older time but T hind thought that it was dUier nt with men You know that hackneyed quotation Love is of mans life a thing apart tis womaswbo1e existence It in not often that a man notices a 1 womans dress but love made this mans faculties lkeen and he noted wlfli a Joyful start that the womin s i costume was a sort of halt mourning He did not answer her last rqmark but said Carewearing half mourning 1I He was looking at her with a keen 3hop In his eyes that tfie woman easily i read when she glanced up at him Low ering hcr eyes and vqlling them with the long lashes so that lie could cot see t The curious faint smile in them she iald with conventional sigh Yes for my grandfather who djed recently You had uof heard of his fdeath t So I have heard nothing from any one In the city for several years y kept up a correspondence with one or two ot my ilends for a few years nnil than It dropped away and died a bath ral death When 1 noticed your half mourning I thought Tor a moment Ue did not finish the rcmarkyeicept with a sort of halt sigh that the wom nn heard and understood perfectly JTiL curious smile In her downcast eyes became more pronounced UtUeibitterly Mans love Is of ilanVllfea n thing apart you say and yet K seems that I have better kept alive the memory j spokeyoum1rthe breaking of our engagement and never gave me a change to explain the accusations that were brought against me I atIeast have so well remem bered that I havonevcr married I wnsunjustsald the woman but remember Utat I was very young Sund kneW very little of the world mid of the men and wom q who go to make- It It Sean do no wren to fpu nor r HiYourllart iMay Be Weak One 4 Person in Four Has a WeaK Heart One of the surest signs of a weak heart la shortness of breath attar exercise Your heart Is not able to pump the blood last enough to your lungs Borne of tho other symptoms of Heart- Trouble are Pains In the Side Back asia Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells gry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankle J Cold Feet or Hands No ono can afford to allow a weal heart to go without medicine because weak heat means poor circulation and- poor circulation means weak lungs ctomachp liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good pa It Is f a splendid tonic o4tho blood and nerves and wlty tovltallzo your entire system- Finally remcmber Dr Miles New Heartr Cure Is sold under a guarantcq I that the first bottle will tio you good If Ib dpcsnt your money back torthreewarningwould posEcsxcdwhere nor under what conditions rwould bo attacked and whether I would wastreatedphysicians of the state Not finding re takingDrMfleto fmprooat once j 1Scd ten bottles l which entirely cured me as have not r lmd ah attack for lIve yeaisfl9JOHN DRESBACK Leipsic 0 TrlalXAWiXi AntiIRemedytorOurSpecialistyou WhathIl wTbnr and bow to rIght It COSI ABOBATOIUES ELKUAIIT 1ND t rw to Mr Carlton to say that I DaVe learned since that I was all In the wrong I would have called you back II John but my pride would jot let me I waited until hopb died and then I married Carlton who had been aa you lnoW devoted to me for n llong time thought 1It for the best but perhaps I WAS mistaken Perhaps It would have been better to have waited and waited The man Jooked down at her In Bur prie His sense of honor was too keen to peimlt him to make love to another maps wife and It seas a shock to his mompries ot this woman for her to fiilK in tjils war She had married Carltcti a man whomjhe despised and It was not for him to say anything to which the most jealous husband might object H lovedthetwoman and ho was not wlllng that anything should be said Uyi either her or himself that would uinkp the old worship die away It was popslble that the woman read some of this train of thought In hIs face for sup Idoked uP at him jojjpe more lIti her eyes was a curious smIleIThey had reacliet1 her houseand she asked him tjo come In Thanksj he snldbutI fancy that It will be Impossible for met do so I shall endeavor to catch the 2I train for the west if There was a cold dignity In his maniJI ncr You used to know Afr Carlton did you not risked the woman demurely Yes replied the man n trifle grimly I knew him but we were never friends I niay err in my suspicious but I have always thought that it was he who told you the stories about me whichl iriade you break our engage memitSLet us not speak of those old sto- rIes said he softly The smile was canJIJ j 11tl1lnkS1ibandi that I think that of the dead we should spea no eviL 0f the d ad said the man in quick astonishment You mean Mr Carlton died five years ago But Tpui told me that your half mourning wjas for your grandfather So I did anti jso It is I did hot think it necessary to wear mourning for my huslfor Mr Carlton for five years But there are the ctilmcs on St Michaels saying that It Is noon You will have scant time In which to catch your train Sp goodby I wish you nil happiness The woman jcstended her hand and the man took It and said Dont you know the air the chimes are ringing They are saying Backward turn backward O Time in thy flight Cant1 we make old FatberITime gp bacjk fortis some ten yearsITime Lan never be turned back said the woman seriously But there was a tender light in her eyes which the man loved to see If that Is thejcase he saidttwemust begin all over again and bid defiance to time I Side by side they stood and listened until the chimes had Jung out their last note then tbdy entered the house together r A Certain Cure Thomas Drown was about to take a short sea voyage Thomas hated the sea and all thats jn it with a 22 carat borrI1blyhad to go and there was no help for it This time hovfever he determinedl to put a ncjw seasickness cure theory Into practice nud no soon r had he got on boaijd thaii he stowed hlmscjf away inliigsbunlcfaud slept like a top till early neXt morning He felt in fbeamIUgWlIve found a etertaln cure for sea slcKiicss chptnlii he announced to that Individual kGo to your bunk as soon as you get aboard and dont show your nose obt of jfe until you are near your destination It worked like a charm withjne thonyent had a qualm nil iilgLt Why you laug- hIngti Oh nothing sajd the captain only the machinery broke down Just as we were starting and we havenU moved out of dock all night The other pas sengers were transferred butwe didnt know you were aboard SCOTCH NAMES Tile Heaium yhcyi Abonnd Among the Creek and ClieroUco Iiidlaun The prevalence qCSotehnames with I the Creek and Cherokee ndlanshas at various times been thc source of some comment Although other nations and In fact nearly every nation represented by the nnnios borne by these peonies these Scotch names are far more numerous and have suffered less chantB than tbose acquired from any other nation The names of some of these Scotch Indians are closely air lied with the history of theseJwo na1 tIons for the Pst 100 years and for several generations such names as McIntosh McJCellop McCombs Adjr McQueen and McGlllIvary are register ed on nearly all the treaties and ofllf clal papers of moment to either na tion Men bearing these nainas today are among the foremost of the progressive As was Indians stated the origin of these Scotch names dates back Over 100 yeas At that time the Creek and Cherokee Indians more especially lCn tItheir efforts toward building up ana tion of pnysittllr perfect men The women were encouraged to mate only with the strong robust mob Of time tribe and if iroycak man wlthstood fho tiiunts and gibes of his fellows and re mained thcr WitS little chance of his securing a wife In that way the life of these people was almost Spartan While this sentiment was it Its ipGeorgiation a regiment ot Scotch was quartered in tho vicinity of of the principal villages of the ollff The Indian maidens looked with on the burly men 0f the north of land and q numbei1 of marriages the result When the regiment was or dered back to England or to sonic other quarter ofthe globe there vjere some of these Scotchmen who stayed t4usItI1ptinames Okmnlgecj News Prciriclency Ho was a cornet polbrstiindecd butby no means witless Muslcal proficloncy said he is a tialtcr ofgive and take Eh Give and take what PaIns he said Illustrating his no tlonby running few scales Puck 1DId1 you t Borrow How can I tell unless he returns ItExchange c EGYPTiAN ENGINEERING Even the Nile Daiii In Rivaled by the Marvel of Ancient Time Wen the laudator temporls actl warits to silence the engineer be says After all Egypt can show the biggest engineering work8In the world and they are ail 4000 years old Wb i you can surpass them you will have something to boast Oftt Is undoubtedly rht1rnt EgYpt contains the largest structures in the worM jand plrobably will for all time It is not likely that we shall again see a building with 7000000 tons of stone in It JIB has the pyramid ot GIzeb andlt will be long before we have an irrigation reservoir of greater capacity than Lake Moerls which accepting the figures of Major Brown It E4ield 11800000000 cubic meters tons of water Ijetwecn high and low water marks What UieJlaby rinth was like we do uot eaily know but Herodotus classed it as a greater wonder than the pyramids although lesser than Lake Moons Further there is a tradition that in the dim past the Nile flowed at the foot of the Libyan hills and that it was diverted froth its course Into Its pres ent bed and Jf the account be truer the work was of enormqus magnitude The engineers of the past directed the forces of nature oIY a large scale but continues Engineering to compare their work wIth purs tp their advan tage shows a complete ignorance of the science of cngirieerlng Tile mat ter In which they excelled was the transportation and manipulation of heavy weights a feat that appeals strongly to the lay imagination Among time chief examples of such work are Ute columns of the temple ot Karnnk To cut a block pf stone in a distant quarry to work It to n cylinder twelve feet In diameter float it down the Nile land It and place it on tlie top of a col U DIn Qf similar stone making a total height of sixty feet was no small enterprise iA still more difficult undertaking was the great obelisk now standing beside the Church of St John Lateran In Rome with a heigHt of 108 feet anc n weight of 150 tons But the crowning example of Egyptian engineering was the colossal statue pf Rameses II at Thebes Before it was broken It was a single block of red granite sixty feet In height and it has been computed to weigh 887 Ions These were notable examples of engineering work and a mo1ernenglneer might be proud of executing them But it must be remem bered that they were done very lleisure ly and that labor was abundant With the simple appliances that we may as sumac the Egyptians possessedlt such as wedges levers ropes and pulleys great Weights may be handled If we sup pose that time was no object The ihJlingwas spent In putting an obelisk Into posltlpu If n weight can be moved at all no matter how little it can be transported any dlstt ice provided the saine conditions persist for the whole route London Engineering 5A Moving Tree M Thouar during hits explorations In South Africa had occasion to ap prehend an attack from hostile Indi alms He kept his men on the watch for six days though they were worn out with fatigue Once n sentinel slept leaning on bis gun he writes I woke biii und dan1gersspy would fall on him and kill him with his own gun Whilewe talked I observed that a little tree which I hndr noticed car1 erII now occupied a different position fixed my attention onIt and saw that It moved almost Imperceptibly I had TheIsentinel and r pretended to sleep The tree continued to approach Silddcnjy I raised my gun and fired We rushed forward There lay a aoba wounded In tbe leg and grasping the Urancli with which Jie had dlsIgulsedihimself asa treer l Pcriona and Paron Akurlous connectlpn befween church anti stage Is Count in the word per sona and Its ultimate form of pur son Some may think it hard on a clergy man that ils distinctive appellation should be literally the name of the paintedl mask which ancient actors al ways wore amftalkcd through on time stifge Such a mask was called per sona and as these thanks were made so as to be typical of certain characters torIThe name of the pat would of course holrepresented i easy to time use of the word persona for a representative otany kind Finally seeing that the persona ecclesho was usually tie most representative person in any district he became generally known as the person or parson The Pencil That familiar marking instrument which wo call a lead pendlf Is neither made of Iciiil nor is it strictly speak ing a pencil The word pencil is de nIIing purposes and was so named because it hung and drooped like u little tall All English writers down to Dryden moan a painters brush when they use the word pencil and this is indeed a sense which It has not yet entirely lost But when graphite or plumbhgo as It was called from Its being mistaken Top load was first In closed In wooden sticks for writing purposes tbe useful Invention received tthe double misnomer oT blacklcad pencil The Ju lrefl 1oJvtAisf One of the best stories of Judge Par ry u famous English Jurlstrckrted t a tp feetic looking man who was rebuked for supporting a ridiculous claUu mndo hp lila wife I tell you cAn ldlr donf believe a word of your wifes story said Judge Tarry i lver may do as yer like replied the man mournfully but Ive got tot it was once the doubtful privilege of Judge Parry to overhear the com ments of two men against whoifi lie had decided 4Es n fool but e did is bestwas the verdict of these disappointed suitors One might sleep under an umklnder epitaph was the philosophic comment of the Judge feVocillnllon Through the Walla Tire fact is that considerable ventila tion is capable of taking place and quite a large exchange of fresh for IJllinir is effected through the walls nf baildlngs Many a room that Is noI toriously stuffy could doubtless bo cade pleasant to live in by removing the solid paper or impervious coat of paint from the wall and substituting porous paper or better still giving up paper altogether and using n distemper wu3b of pleasing tone London Lan eeL r THE RUSSIAN RUSTIC RARE OCCASIONS UPON WHICH HE IS SEEN TO SMILE J Thq 4 Jlnin4i1a Many Drink of Vodka to Enliven JuN Morose Db jpo lUon HU wild Revel When Under the Influence of Liquor The Russian peasants face some one wrote looks as If it would never smile again And the deep gloom upon the flat Slavic countenance certainly war rants that impression Nevertheless the Russian peasant in his hours of merriment cam abandon himself to a so utterly wild and unrestrained ItjOY to a fully civilized person he would seem n madman pure and sim pie IGhen moujlk a drink or two of rod village liaCtfk or tavern and Jlfte Captain ostigau he will sing you a song usually the famous Raska jnarcnskl Mtijlk the Peasant of Raskamrfren ItThe story tells how this particular peasant let hlinseff loose ascthci phrase is and the singer Irritates that classic revelry as he sings wit a dance so fearful and won derful that time bystanders are forced to keep forming a circle of ever creasing circumference At last he iIs lost In a toplike gyration until he sinks to the groupd disheveled exhausted The revelers then drag him to one side and make room for a new dancer IiThe next any no one could recognlie r the profound gloom upon the visage of the plowmen or artisans t mad revelers of the day before eJ From the peasant class the largest nUB8lnjIansuddenly finds himself one fine day stripped nuked before a lot of men in glittering uniforms at the recruiting office PhysicIans tap him on the chest and lIsten to his heart beats and sud denly onejof the glittering officials an1 flounces JTrinlat accepted A chill runs down Ivans spine From his homely surroundings and homespun he will here to pass among these uniform ed officials But his Is a nature sub missive to suffering The knout that whipped he serf his father has beat en obedience into his unborn soull On his way home from the recruiting room he joIns a mob of other LVans from other villages and drinks sonic vodka When he returns to his village he is made much of for the first time In hiS life because he is going for a hadJprOs upon come their vyet hernitzas or soirees He Is as it were on a sudden clothed in the toga vlrllW The girls splni and sew and embroider barbarous cross stitch designs while the young bucks Join in choruses of interminable ballads and tell funny stories I suppose When you get away you will forget all about us dark eyed Talyana or golden haired Katya observes nretily to Ivan Ivan bridles and protests he will never forget- He may be stationed at Keetal growls burly Metrophan who Is not going to be a soldier because he Is an only son and who Is a little jealous of time attciition Ivan Is receiving At Keetal all Women are blackamoors By Keetal Ik meant Cathay a region vague anti shadowy a sort of Cim merian lanil to the cloudy untutored mind of the Russian peasant Moth ers and fathers too pray on their knees before their icons that their sol dier sons may not be sent to Keetai the cxtrem eastern part of Russias Asiatic possessions At last comes the order assigning Ivan to his regiment The regiment is to proceed to Keetal To a garrison town many miles dis tant from his native village comes Ivan time nOw recruit to Join his regi ment The regiment is sojourning there prior to its departure while the new recruits are being literally licked into shape Upori his arrival Ivan is measured for hl uniform hits place In barracks Is aMsfgn dtohJm and he is taken out to bq drilled He Is very clum sy Having nver performed a grace ful net In All his life military preci sion Is almost unattainable to him Right aboutface commands the corporal AnSI Ivan of course turns left about Instead Slap falls the corporals heavy hand on poor Ivrips cheek that smarts with pain and mbrtlficatlon But Ivan says never n words Say vlnpvat guilty roars thej rufilnn of h corporal seizing Ivans musket apu thumping the miserable recruit In the breast with the butt end of It JSayj vlnoyat Ivan says vlnovat and the drill goes on At last the regiment Is ordered to start for th east Ivan receives a few days leave to revisit his borne which he may never see again and say good by lIe returns to his village In all the splendor of his uniform brass buttons and Hhinlug1 creased boots But he Is r a very melancholy figure In spite of nIl his finery lie Is going to Keetalthey whisper us he passed br In the village street iI suddenly grown so dear to him uue day of departure cornea With tears trickling down his face Ivan kneels before his weeping mother In the crowd ed little Izba bilV and kisses her hands while all the rest of the family is sob blnfe round them 3oodty Gold keep youi his moth er gives him a little Icon or a cross and Ivan departs for Keetail New York Post A Snpieme Indoriement pie Is an egotistical person jrery He is one of those people who cannot possibly think ot n higher compliment than the remark I agree with pu Washington Star A TRYING MEAL The Fine Flavor of the Jam Came From u Moving Source In Mr Julian Hawthornes Hew th rne and His Circle is the story of an experience which will doubtless be appreciated by many housekeepers who have suffered similar agony If not from precisely the same cause One night during Mr Hawthornqs term as consul at Liverpool his friend Mr Henry Bright the water color artist came to an informal supper and Mrs Hawthorne In honor ofher guest placed upon the table a Jar of especial ly tine raspberry Jam Mr Bright tasted the Jam and at once became enthusiastic lie bad never eaten any so delicious he de el red There was a peculiar tang about It which surpassed his recollec lIons of any Jam he had everr tasted tboJwhen Mrs Hawthorne who had taken a illttle of time jam Open her own plate made a ghastly discovery Time cover ot the jam pot had evidently got ajar In the closet and an innumerable army of almost microscopic ants had discov ered the treasure and plunged eagerly Into it What color the invading enemy may intro been before they became Incor porated with the jam nobody knew At the time of time discovery they could be distinguished only by their strug gles with theJera8hestlcklne anti only then by the keenest eyes and the eyes of Henry Bright were among the most nearsighted in England What was tq be done MJf and Mrs Hawthorne stealthily exchanged one awful look and the question Was settled It was too late to recall the ants devoured by thousands It was clearly one ofrthe cases Where Ignorance was bliss Mr Bright accompanied his meal with a continual psalm in praise of the exquisite flavor of time raspberry jam and never to the day of his death did he discover the awful secret of that flavor- A Delicate Refusal Levassor the well known French comic singer once took part In a char ity concert JJ Paris and utter the per- forhmancewas invited by the promoters a supper along with the rest of the performers When all were seated at table Levassor found under his napkin tin Easter egg out of which five pieces of gold dropped on its being broken Ah I perceive you have got Ito know that I am fond of boiled eggs the comedian gayly remarked to his entertainer but you are probably not aware that I only eat the white und must theref9re ask you to give the yolk to the poor k Mending Matter Mistress Did any one call while I was out New Girl Yes mum Mrs Wayupp culled Did she seem disappointed when Jou said I was not af home Well she did look a little queer but I told her she neednt get mad about 1tJ cause It was really true this lime 7Nef York Weekly Dr JohuBon Appearance Dr Johnson who was extremely careless of his personal appearance called at the house of a friend one night to induce him tto call with him upon Goldsmith Time philosopher was sprucely dressed as neat in every way as any one could wish and his friend noticing the change inquired why he had got himself up so spick and span Why sir replied Dr Johnson I hear that Goldsmith who Is a very irreat sloven JustIfies his disregard of tlcaullness by quoting my practice lund 11flu desirous this bight to show him 1 better example Tool Hardened br Sealing Wax Engravers In Germany luinleii their tools In sealing wuxy The toot In heated to whiteness nod plunged into the wax withdrawn in an instant andI plunged In again the process being re peated until the steel Is too cold to enter time wax Ttstee1l Is said oIbecome after this process almost as hard as diamond and when tduch cd with little oil or turpentine the tools are excellent for engraving pur poses and they are able to pierce the hardest metals Il y lenlfjr Not FJnnncIulIj- rSherl thought you said your father was a big contractor ncs he is 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