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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c1w 7 r w c w t r 1H1 4 NEWSLEPIDCR I y ii i q l J- I ttff J l c 4 I t New SeriesVoI XL NQ201L SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON GOUNTI r KENTUCKY MAY 19 1904 SlOOA YKAI J I 111THlnlllr tlUtlTT JIUlTai I SSIP B1ho Son JrGo 0 UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Carry In rtockall kInk of Fanera lQppli PHONE 53 v J OUR DIRECTORY f I SPiKGFiEI county seat of WajjhinjgMw County 58 miles south east otv i4xIngton 59 miles from jjouisvilU on Bardstowr brapch of Loulsvill and Nashville railroad in I Lfanning and agricultural district Tw BaHkslelegraph and telephone lines express oflice flour mills lumjien yaMs opc ation 1100 population of I purity 15000- ItepresentstUve in Congress Hon D J B Smith HodgenVilie Ky Representative iaKeutucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Irctory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins onthe fourth Monday in February May and Octo bsr C E Pattest nJuJge R t4 Durham Gjmmon yealth At tontey fF M Campbell Clerk ia G r srchman Master CommisS 1 foner QUARTRIY COURT i Quarterly Court is held on the third onday hi each month B r4 liitsey Judge COUNTY COURT t I County Cuirt meets on the fourth Monday in etch mouth BLLitsey Judge I W F Booker County Clerkf 1GeQrgeI Byron Croake Sheriff t bRichtrd Isham I Sidney Osborne 1 Deputy tEdp James F Moore County S rveyon j J I Royalty Assessor T FOBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner j w Bush Sapt of Common t School P O Springfield t CITY OURTIJames R Noe Police Judge i inG i3y Mtriil W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in Januarytt April Ju1 and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH 1j Rev J D Ward Pastor Services on the First and Third Suudavs in each mouth at 11 am and 730 p m Sunc day School every Sunday at lOam Prayer meeting ev ry Wedncsday night CATHOLIC CHURCH RevP Pastor SerF Hennessay vices every Sunday at 8 and lO oclock a w Services at St Rose same hours t t CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevFelix Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday io each month IPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at ltama- pdoLe at 7 pa Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Pray meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock Fraternal Ordeas J MASONIC Lobes Springfield Ipdge No SO meet second Monday in rach monthWash1nlonRO Chapter No 57 wLms43a every third Monday a Springfield Council fl o 52 meets on everY lourthTjlspdayK- KIGHTSlofTHElMACAariKS Meejt uea fut t r t c in ca cb mon u sss1 ss SS AMERICAN I SILVER kTRusBjl I I xHr COOT L1carr Wee 1 IGI I I Cs1cg 11 tlliPCHhck J Henua 4 rw ors 1eby C J Haydon f z Jak TIlL Atai 0iaroii KiJlgl New Life Pills each ni tet lot two weeks hltiM 1Jl again writiM Dy B THTME pfDempMf ihWB PaTnsyrs thsbeitjn the world ftc Liver SbOiseb and Bowels Purev getab1e Never gi ip Only Sat C JHaydons rurpto t3 4 jlra ft iiOOt liJNIi r A ROUND Of TALK 1 I L ftn ftnnnft ftft ftnnnnXC A CONFESSION I Ive been down to th and Pvc seen the Mectrlc eCitttThe twenty Story an Jthe other stunnin Ive seen the trolley cars arushin madly down tbestreet An all the place alookm like a fairy land complete But Id rather see the big tr cs thats agrown upto hometAn1 watch the stars atwinkllc in the blue an lofty dome AnId rather hear tuewlud that goes asingin past the djoor Than the traffic ofAhii city wfth its bustle an its roar reckon m peculiar an my tastes is kind low Butvhats the use denyin things that certainly is so went up to a concert an I heard the music there It sounded like angelic harps afloatin thronijh the air Yet spite of all its glory nt the glad ness an acclaim- If I stoppedto think a minute I was homesick jes the same An r couldnt help confessing though it seems a curious thing That Id rather hear a robin sweetly pipin in the spring WasblrigtonStar tT BE PAIR The catalogue of the next Washington CkuntyFair is in the hands of the printer and the premium list will soon be issued The date of the fair is the last week in August and the usual four days exhibition has been arranged for The premium list has been revised and some very attractive rings have been added to the program Tbe Springfield Pan has been growing iin popu larity during thepast few years and the indications are that the fair this year will be arecord breaker in many respects The premiums run aspiigh as 100 for a single ring frrand some of the finest show Horses of the State will doubtless be in competition t crCHOOLThe Springfield Graded School closes itsI resent term this week after a- very successful year cpnsider ing theinconvenience of having poor quarters and crowded departments PtoL ColVin the Principal andjMissBettielrvino the Teacher of Music have ar ranged an attractive program of music and oratory to be given by some of the pupils on next Wednesday night at the Opera Hotise the feature being a de clamatory contest among some of the advanced pupils The new school building which is now practically completed will be in readiness for the opening of the next session It is proba ble that the services of seven or eight teachers will bfe required when the school Qpens and is properly graded as there are between four and five hundred school children in the district The trustees have made no ap pointments of teachers as yet and will not consider the niatter until June 4 Cf T CATHERINE Since the failure of the plans to rebuild St Catherines Academy On the Curry site in Springfield the Sisters have been undecided what steps to take in the matter but it is said now that they have about determined to erect the new building on the farm at a point on the Bardstown pike op posite the residence of Mrs Teresa Mudd The objection inter posed by the Bishop against building at Springfield does not apply to their rebuilding on the old site or anywhere on the farm so we understand and the Sis ters do not desire to remove from the community so they have about determined to re build as above Stated Mr Cur ry for a considerationias taken his property back and the citi zens who contributed to the fund pbuy the site have had their money returned to them D IG CRbpsThe Washing pton county tobacco growers are preparjng for a big crop of tobaccothis year and if the set soniis favorable the crop grow l promises to be a recordbreaker There will certainly be the big ges acreage this year in the county ever known The condi f lidCXcC VC j tions have been favorable fol preparing the ground and plant beds have done fairly well The good prices realized tills year for tobaccohas acted asa stimu lus to the farmers in putting in a crop and it is safe to say that alt of the available ground that is suitable for a crop will be utilized If the farmers all overI the tobacco district reel alike tlfe danger is that there will be such a large production that prices will be cheapened Jt was the shortage in the crop list yeer so it is claimed that caused the advance in prices EW ApDiTioUrA new res 1id nce addition to the town is being opened which promises to afford some choice building sites for dwellings Anew street js being graded from a point on Highland Ave running south crossing High street and on through to Main The new street passes through IHThurmans property and the old school property which now be- longsl to W K Robertson rThere is a good demand forI building lots reasonable prices and it is thought that this new addition will be rapidly built upj as there have already been a number of inquiries for lots Springfield is certainly keeping up the steady growth which it has enjoyed in the building line for several years and this summer promises to eclipse all 6thers in the number of dwell lug houses erected DO IT TODAY The timeworn inju nc t i on NeAer put off till tomorrow what you can do today1 isnow generally presented in this form Do it today That is the- terseadvice we want to give you about that hacking cough or de moralizing cold with which you have beeh ruggliLg for several days perhaps wpeks Tak sorp reliable remedy for it TODAY and letihat remedy be Dr 13os chees German Syrup whlclTniis been in use lor over thlrtyrfive years A few proses of it will undioubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep sealed your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs German Syrup will surely affect cureas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At C J Haydons drugstore A SlartliDE tet To save a life Dr T G- Merrit of No Mehooyonvi Pa made a startling test resulting in a won derful cure He writes patient was attacked with violen hem orrages caused by ulceration of thestomch I had oftten found Electric Bitters excelenl for ac ute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the ffrst ard has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bittlevs are positiyoly guranteel l fqr Dyspepsia Indi gestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50o a 0 J Haydon Druggist A Tree ecturo H S Bonsib the flying Diiteliman from Vincennes Ind will deliver a series of two lectures on the subject of Tem perance from a gospel and re ligious standpoint Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Nay 24o at 8 ocl ck pm at the Court ISouse Mr IJonsib has had 21 years experience in this line of work and is full of 9riginality wit and humor He does jiot follow the beaten track ofa tem- Perance lecturer but has an original way of his own He strives to entertain and instruct and at the same time to elevate As the admission free every pne should come out and tell others about this great speaker PiheaiUve contains all the atisep tic and fiealincr properties of the pine There Is no sore boil or abraaion of the skin that Piueaalve will not cure for burns and cuts ahd as a family thejVorld Horse Thelves Neff Clark was convicted ou the charge of horse stealing and given two years in the peniten ti ryClarltstole a horse from the bain of Charles Tewmey on the night of December 28Hand afterwards took We animal to Jessamine county and sold it to James Boner There is alsO another indictment against Glaik for stealing ahorse from John B Mann put this case was continued until the next term of court The latter charge iis said to be of a more serious nature than the one upon which he was convicted There is thought tto be an organized gang of horse theiyes in Mercer Boyle Jiin coin Anderson qarrard and Fayette counties and that a number of young in ttnre being used as confederates At the term of Circuit Court just closed at Danville tyo young men were sent to the penitentiarr and it is belieyed that they were connected with the gaug mentioned above y Hirrfidsburg Democrat Qnlct Arrest J A Gulledgeof Verbena Ala was twi e in the bostipitle from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all rem edies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve qumkly arrested further in flammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pAin 25s at C J Haydon Druggist Beware ot OmimeBts for Gaterl lat Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense oftmell and C9mpetelv derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescription from reputable physicians as the damage they do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure mannfac tured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blocd and mucous surfaces of the System In buying Halts Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken Internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Uo Testi monials free Sold by Drageists Price 7Sc per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Rmised The court by Judge Hobson the whole court sitting reversed the Washington Circuit Court in the case of theL Nvs Wm SLowe Lojfrewas train inspector at Lebanon Junctionand was knocked down and his arm cut off and Jhe was otherwise in jured in Septemqer 1899 The lower court awarded 13000 damages The court reverses on account of excessive damages Tne case was tried here more than three years ago and has been in the Court of Appeals sl ceMr Lowe lives at Mack this county The case will come up for trial again in the Wash iington Circuit Court t v GOOJ SPIRITS oodsplritsdontalI coma from Kentucky Their main source is the liverl and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandone il effects it produces You cant have good sprits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be infine condition it you would feel buoy pt happy And hopeful bright of eye light df step vigorous and successf i1 your pursuits You can puuriv- erinl finecoildIition by using Greens August Flowert n o greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach nda certain cjure fordyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite housenold remedy for over thirtyfive years August flower will make vourIliver healthy and active and insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25cI regular bottles 75c At C J Haydons drugstore When He Sap Rises Weak lungs should be careful Coughs and colds arc dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs andi colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G EFentjer of Marion Iud says I s tlered with a cough until I run down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs I tred a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Fout bottles of this wonderful I remedy cared me entirely of thecough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by alldruggists North Bend Budge i By NEVSLEADS Itaff Correspon IedentPernatia Burns formerly Qf this county but now of Nelson informs me that she is 65 year old and that she has her third set ot teeth and she says thi t she wishes to be understood that they are genuine teeth and nOt those manufactured by dentists This is a strange phenomenon but the above narrative is no more out of the ordinary than story related to me by one Mr Saunders of DoUganvill Mercer county who in a conversation with your correspondent on the subject of curiosities idthat he enjoyed the most unique dis unction of any man in theUnited States He is now past 05 years cage In his youth he had black hair on reaching his majority his hair turned grey and remained so until he had reached the age of 50 years Since that UJpblackJEWSLEADER readers are iin credulous concerning this story write Mr Saunders who will corroborate this narration VSince Durham the Presiding Elder for this Criminal Circuit delivered his charge to the grand jury many of our fellow citizens have been busily devising plans by which they can violate toe Jaw and at the same time save their own scalp and the commonwealth of judge menls suspended for further action of the court The best way to slip through the meshes DopartyftJmi c Mulr bJack yourself so your neighbors wont know you and thecommonwealth is atits wits end tr 1 4 Mr E J Prather formerly of this county gives as reasons for leaving Washington county the fqllo ins He said that in the independent community where he lived there were about six widows In a radius of a mile These women contemplated pass- Ing ordinances of taxation against all old bachelors who re fused to submit to the bans of matrimony Mrt Prather declared that at his age submis sion would be equivalent ta a declaration of war and being in the minority at a ratio of 0 to ii taxation would be intolerable hence he concludedl to migrate to NelsoncourityI Great efforts are being made Ifhis section of the county for1 a large crop of tobacco Plants are generally small quantity lTarge According to the Ander son News Mr Lincoln Holt of Anderson county has made a profit of 60000 on tobacco thIs year However the best price realized for a small crop last season was made by Joseph Welch of Nelson county who sold five acres of tobacco realizing 1150 I The fishermen in these parts are having quite a pleasant time fishing the largest catch of the Season being made by Ed Borgan who with an iron fork landed on shorea buffalo which weighed 20 pounds Many others have been caught which weighed front 15 to 18 poundsI4 The race for Sheriff of this Avers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine For more than years IIwye ni d Ayers SarsparIIl tn ray family It is a grand tonic atsil Umel and wnaderfnInedIene for 1m part bJoodD C UoVT WMtJiCYen J1JO a bottle JCATIKCO lnii t IAn foiOweiiMU Weak Nerves Keep the bowls r rwtthAY Plils Just on pltieach nIt aJS county is waxing warm here Five popular candidates compose one ticket three aiiiOuncedwit- more Io follow compose the olher If the old maidi were al lowed to vote in thepritnary Mh Powell would win fn Brush Grove butMr Mullican would havea walk over in the Moor sviUe district But when either ticket nominated it will have a smooth sea till the fall of 1905 when they will b9 compelled to overcome the Republicans andthe little brown jug A sure iinc It is said that nothing is sure excapt death and laes bet that is not altogether true Dr Kinds Consumptionis throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van Meter of Shepherd wn W Va says I had a severe case Bron chitis and fora year triedevery thing I herd of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me abs lot ly Its infallible for Croup Whooping GougbGriD Pneumo nia and Consumption Trv it1 Its guaranteed by C J Hoydon Trial bottles free Reg SIZS 50c i0o Cnrlft is lotfter oi Rtaiatisi My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W H Howard of Husband PaUAt times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful I presented her wIth a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few Applications she decided It was theteostt wpoderfpl pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she is never Without it now ani is at all tithes ableto ilk An occasional applica tion of Pain Balm keeps away Jhe pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by C J Haydon Tobacco Raisers Lose Mmy A small district in Ohio dnd Kentucky grows a variety of tobacco known as white Bui ley For some years prices have been low in spite of what farmers claimed to be short crops Last fall an effort was made to have the growers- combine and hold the crop off tHe market until i may but as usual the effort ended in talk Local buyers as welt as the agents of the Continental Too cco Company went into the barns and by Aprit 1 the crop bad passed out of the hands or the growers at prices averag lug about 2 cents a pound higher than that paid for the 1903 crop Then the Continental discov ered that its purchases would Dot supply its factories withdraw material for four months pond a state bordering on panic among its managers resulted The local buyers held from O 000 to 1000 000 pounds each and within fif teen days nearly all of this had passed into the hands of the tobacco ttrust at frOrn6 to 1Q cents per pound mjore than paid the farmersI If the farmers of the distrfct had perfected their organization and adhered to the idea ot hold ing their crop until nijiy they would have made more than l000OdO above the prices re- cEived for tl1ecropTy Farm er and Breeder Bees Honey and Tar ts a delightful remedy for coughs colds lagripoe croup whooping cough pneumonia and cqi sumption Madefrom the best clover honey and Itarry distillations It iin mildly laxative tonic and strengthenitg Chil irenlike it and it cures Best cough cure High Priced Slip The Glasgow Times says that a man recently traveled through Barren county selling soap He gave a case of ICO cakes for 8 in cash and apromise that in a feW days hewould call and bring you a nice carpet of 40 yards a nice set of Chinaware or a nice sideboardand the women bit as well as some of the men and he took in lots of S and now iit is assumed he is hunting more suckers lor suckers will bite Last summer a man was around selling cases of medicine of va rious kinds so you could be your own physician and save doctors bills 12 was the price and many were taken in by the stranger and the service of the doctor is still needed You cannot curepil s by external applications MftttZav iia put up In collapsible tujggpith nozzle and is applied wh r 8Wtiieeded ManZaa stops the batH soothes ctols and Ourelk Strtckei Wtih Paralysis tRev JiL Edrington wfidis communUyIand esteemed by all was stricken with piralysis Monday moaning While the stroke was a light one it rendered his left sde almost useless Last Saturday he be gan his quarterly ConferenceTat Spiirlington Duringthe day he complained to Rev J A Lewis of this city of notjeeling at all well Sunday however fie was himself agatn and seemed to be in hiausualgoodbealth Mon day he started to Lebanon in a buggy with Rev J L Murrel Cpming down Muldraughs Hill just beyond PhUlipsburg both ministers concluded ior walk the hill being very steep and rocky When about half way down the hil Mr Edrlngtoh was stricken and fell Elder Murrel hasened to his It was soon discovered that Mr Edringjton could not use hisleft limbs and was suffering very much Rev Murrell then placed him in as comfortable a position as possible and hastened tQ Phillipsburg a short distance ediIcalcondition found to be serious but not dangerous He was ttaken to mpbeUsviUeon the train Monday evening where he has since been improving very satis factorily He says just before befell he became very dizzy and a severe pain darted through his head above the eyes His many friends in this county wjll regret to hear of his misfortune andj wish him a speedy recoveryf Enterprise THIS OUGHT TU CONVINCE Wood A Campbell Will Par for Hyomel Themelvcs Whew It FalU to Cure Catarrh v If I only knew it to be true I would not hesitate a moment This is a thought the average pejrsOn hits when reading the claims ofsome of the medicines that are advertised as cures for catarrh The results from the use of Hyomei are so remarkable inl the cure of catarrh that they seem beyond belief The fact though thai Wood k Canp bell one of the best known drugfists in this section have go much confidence in the power oj Hyomei io cure catarrh that they sell under their personal guarantee refusd the lJtJtmoney if thepurch can say that it did not help them to convince- the most skeptic that HyOmiel can be relied upon tb cure all catarrbal troubles no matter how Berfonu or deeps atd T4ie complete Hyojtnai outfit con slits of a neat Inhaler that can be car ried in the purse or packet a medicine dropperand a bottle f HyomeJ cost onlione dollar Additional bottle of Hjomei San be procured tr fifty cents making it the most economical of treatments Catarrhal colis which are sb com m nat this season of the year have been cured In a day Mild cases of catarrh that have become chromic are frequently cured IIn a week or ten days Now is the time to begin the use of Hyomei remembering that WoOdk Camobellsell every package on punitive guarantee to rtfuni the money if it falls to cure Tke BesA Pill Sold v ForYouagprOrt Pades Little Liver Pills Tfce TreasMrc Tree Last Friday ir1 Henry Dris killcut down aarge sugar tree on the Nat Lafob place He cut it into logs about three teet in length and whll splitting one of these into fire wood the axe passed through a roll of paper that crumpled Into dust The remnants showed that it had been a roll offfrfesbaoks iTh log showed that many years ajr9 some one had bored a largi1l auger hole in tha trunk thrite feet from the ground and place the shinplaster therein the plugged the opening over which barkgrew As a portion of Braggs army camped m the woodland thaday followibg tttje baule of Perry viile it may tie tit som oldieftook this meihod of hiding his roll hoping that hen the cruel war was oer bwqqld return and claim his tretsuVie but stern death over tobkhjira Or iit may b that some ftrmtr in the neighbor- ood fearing that he rfifht be robbed by some of the solditft put hit earnings Ihthfeifilfi fOr safekeeping InsU l of bferyiif its many did dUriBf the Wr Harrodsburg Hcrttd SIck keadsck rUfrt a Mwrt flereatomabku4 Mqick1yOW Chamberlaiaa SMtIIc nad LIT Tablets For sale b1c Jf Haydot J t I Ijj THE OLD RELMLt YJ fl 1 i ill UI t bikJII POnp TT J 1 AbpIIiI iyPsr 1 I1HEItE NOSUIISIIJIo bicrJu fiLl i V yearjoldsold a much xjowjand erili to Tom fTaylor Battle tS04 l A Blake Arnold soldart Jiusch of 175lb hogs td Petsi kGp t4iA J ifcents also S It Cold a bunch jjjf the same weight to same firm at 4i cents Prentice Miyes bo rght a com V bined sevenyearcrfdf horse bi i Lor enza Young Sptinfieldi ai C J 85 l f J J D Sweeney sold g comb n3l i4yearold horse to S 0 Himkla JBloomfield at 15Q V- jI J T Mton 4ld i6yeaoid ihorse to B A Dodd Wilmcre3 0 I at135 f v J E P Hendr n sold ajfbunch f ffewegardJmbstoPef Coti tat 6 per heafl V Jratts sold 25000 feet ofh lumber to Springfild Lumbar t Co at45 per l000feet t r B M Shewmaker t Co pave p i sold 21 carloads of buggies thi9 p season and will hara another carload in June 1st f ij t The mbst estimable Amily of i j J our popular banker3 Wal tfrt JI ways glad to see such nicq peo s JJJ pie hiove into our midst A numbar of our pejple gt tended court atDanville Monday 11 About all the farmers areS through planting corn in this v sectionI tF poldI p colored at60 j a All rzUdo not hesitate to rcoad tfil li Dyip psUeur4 to tirflJ castomerr IndigestioB ausw wee UL j health an anything else It d ruc ec j fthe stamacli and bdra da alt malinr Jr of disease K dol Dyspepsia Cure tIt gesti what you eat cure irtiffectttii dygpeptia and all stwriach iorHk r KoSolU nOl 4elya peirfef 4ciMBi but a tissue building tonic MW lL 1tet1 wed health perfect strsjtk aM X t increased vitalityi follow lit It t Jr The health aie i Irgrae12 4 strength ot tke gNat pine M4se COtJjense ia P1 M1z aew icverypetspinaaswway4ACWpji for Mrlckts disease calealw rIji1 JIltli liebego aid eYer111l i urinary iiatwince rvti 1IIYJ5 JIf 4 The C u fifWJo k from its ashihjjiea o DIe tk dent undr the heed ofp r ft fal news fer Democrat lOf statement that I Judge Par i1 is nominated for Prpienti he l frto have a c4i pigtfiH 4 otl r 5 000000 The corrApwidwil MrS thatthe New YCNJTrJ lii respoisibe fr I ktillikcumstahtMil story io tiikv 4t Judge Parker w known1 4 a H poor maa j tibffjiiiif uJjll ally arises where Iis this BM a atr to come from TIle JieawJ Jl t even with Grnr CIynda- ndtdatC never bs t0ooctfor a camion iaW WbtS I thii eaormous Jumd fi let f1t raisedM7 enaatioalkesIWs be expiiiwd by 1 Yk tHd I bytQli Walker editot of thCOSDIOP W f rl 3 He cKarg Wyit eu movti a fk i Ito 1 4IUIt frisn 01 L EbtpoL Moian imansd Pmrtrtr isth msaMorgsnhad is Je d 1 1ta1 Mt WalVW1b getIess I ftibeohftely the crsetore of ionr ID uMrV1dBLJ I1UgvstBr4 I 4 iIf Ktr Fr fti wIt knowi fcwjr tMr Pier 4P pBi Jfargati w rwp Ie Wfitk afctf betwinUr GlsiadT tll Morgan to Uwee sanu TlfNfWSfA PUua TiftV y- I A YEAR IN ADVANCE f SWWWGM1LD KY L Le DAVISOff Jr c Ai t iIcMs M u I bss aHpeUUR1tMc L 4s Wsik k dsi Mw rat kt ci1 aa MIlteIr7I upW I1AI sMIUIU 4 USf It 01 U3p1Hlt4IpssEs wr Vitti- tft114 ss u r5 itsIlrItDIIIiIIIIWI MOM AT j J 191904 itWe ar aUsc w HO tl- liogmar D PAXROTT Iame of IMrUr WMlillp tyIHe t to the aMi9 t tIN DMBocrftUc prty iiqaIIIeMr 1I0S j StcreUrjr Cortelyou of the DepartneVt ot Commerce and Lifeor k w to be the choice of PrMMknt Roosevelt for chair ML ef Utt Rpublicau National Capn Oowmitee Mr Uor I tdjqi wal prime Secretary to e Pr iatiixMcgii ty and acted in Uwae cspicityJMr Booe TH wrtil appoiatea to a cabinet poeitiMu Beat well equipped to alM a emvpai B Moaferand itMM ihat if be k appointed i1rthrNit his cabinet partfolio aaA iUtoU iaia eatlre time to theI 1NiP 4 i jIDMpe4ebe from the scene of war im tlM Far East ladicate that Ute Japue e are practically ic co ttolof all the southern end ltk Lao Tang peninsula Oatcak at St Petersburg vir tully aiait that Dilny has been 4e troye4 and New Chwang vakc ta4eit by tke Russians who will oo pe trate their forces for UM ikfeMe of Port Arthur i WUlje4 Hearst has succeeded iin ge tibfrthe endorsement of his owl State anyhow Tie Califor nia Democratic Convention after wraBgliBg all day over the ques tion Tuesday night indorsed William R Hearst for the Jresij dential nomination WalUsburA I lreH May the two months old dawgkiter of Mri Win R Bimt tad wife died op last Tues day May 10of measles at the 4 botH of Rtr J A Sims The littt babe was only sick a few days W extend our sympatby to UK food loving parents AWeartnladto report the sick ooMvatttoeit tbia week Mr W S Gibbsand family attMdtd the funeral of Mrs J C Gibb at Lawrenceburg last fteUrda l Wu express our sym jHfcttiy krJr Gibbs on the death oTfckaibUwr She was 72 years old aa was oily sick nine days rA typhoid fever Hit BE CODFOl BITB Pk JR Ik Tr tlltCFMI the paiI rrMJR5 Fee4t Wood ii Ie Campbell Owe ef the bIt known druggists in tkki cctiosls waking an offer en MiQM the ieshxarvfaod tat isI creative clderabIe talk on account v ofitsHlMral res The conditions ofUiil A rare clearly sjiownin the foUwIscepSH COUPON TIts coupon cntltls any reader of Ute NKWSLEADER tQ have the pur chmi price of Mloaa refunded In weighthidme all tile risk ad Miorta is CI soltttely free mnless it gives satisfac tio Woo Campbell Wz YAKX AZI RISK As 114yWcce of good faith whet 5 1M gtabexof Mlo na leave fifty ctmts 14 4 KMitwitk Wood Jc Camp bell Tkfy will rive you a signed re cclpt1fet tke moey agreeing to refund it wMfcmit 4Mtio or argument doH yw are sot perfectly satisfied witk tW ratMlt Yowr a oney will be ahMlnttiy Iae alHlu cftcily obtained M tlMWffk yoikad dcpocited itixtke FJri ltailIIIIr Your ward 4cidis wbtWMK1 the Miona costs yoa aayIhiicii t Tkk jiii flc aH Mttttral fleck form HMrfM MteMtt mil tfee otjis of ttoc JMC body Ikit tbeVbtcome lttlTtrkal It restor i t7M The wJsIe syMea a 4 give liemftk tisapp4eu to aU i St teWW k CsiI1U4 r MMt fft MMitV trefttMent t ajt tk 4r rik ON IMIt O Gun I r OI1Sj CaMs aisd Cr1 rvr111INii ettHW gMrtffftf aWM iniHiiRNiHi6i2tN wWfiiNfiHHWiKJiiHW fiWHWJW- Hfc News From The County II IHappening Amon the ou nty Ptple as Reported by our Correspondents I o fM Valley JlIII1 t Ne sis scarce this week but we will Wt to jot down a fev iteffls Mr and Mrs J L Moran and JThnnieJaneswereatJ tthe homE of Mrs Tbomas Baker near Wil lUburg Sunday Severall from this place were at New Hope Sunday Mr NealBodineacd wife oi Nelson county j bited at the Ihome of Tom Reed Sunday Mrs VyL M ran is quite ill this weekl Will and Edd Janes were atJ L Morans Monday cutting tier poles for a barn Mr John Tucker of Freder ickstawiv passed through our Tillage Monday Edith the little daughter of Mr LeeGosftley is quite ill afc ibis writing t Mr Tom Oder had the misfor tune to lose a barn several hun dred feet of lumber a buggy wagon seme plows and some feed by fire las Friday How the tire originated is not known They had a hard fight to save the dwelling from b ing reduced to ashes This isSnot the first time Mr Oder has suffered loss by fire and we sincerely hope it is his last encounter with the flamesIWhile in town Saturday the horse driven by Walter Goatley and sister had a sudden attack OF colic which resulted in its death n a lew hours The horse be longed to Thomas A Grundy iud was very valuable Ilillsboro Miss Ethie Shields one of HilkborOs most popular young ladies has returned from a weekjS visit with her sister at Tatham Mrs Royalty who has been suffering for sometime with cOn sumption at the home of her daughter Mrs John Armstrong at this place is no better Louis Clark and family spent Saturday night at Wilhsburg John Armstrong has returned froma business trip to Louisville I r Ivan Armstrong has re turned to his home here after spending several months in llli cots Miss faud Rovalty of Tatum will arrive here Saturday and re main the guest of Miss Annie Dean fora week Mr Tom Coulter attended the party at Miss Artie Sutto sin Willi burg Saturday night Mesdames E M Coulter and Nan Scott were in Springfield MOQday bopping The boys of this community will meet on Tern Mcllvoys place just above the Hillsboro chrchaturday afternoon to or gaufze a baseball team t Mr Will Shewmakor and wife of Willisburgj Mr Uriah Shew maker and wffe7and Mr Robert Shewmaker and wife of Fen wick and Mtt Davis Settles and wife ot Texas cpent Sunday here with their parents Mr and Mrs Johnf Shewmaker MrO Settles bought ja new Buggy from McClure Wells of i our town for 60 Mists Bertha arId Susie Ed gerton Maud and Evalnman and Hattie Settles will be the guests of Miss Berths MUle Sunday Mr Lee Settles bought horse from Mr Byron Parks price private Miss Agnes Hines is very sick at her home near Litsey Mr Erastus Trent has re turned from the Worlds Fair Mr James Thompson is HJ at the hpine of hi a mother Mrs Alice Thompson in the Grove neighborhood Jensonfon Andirson Holderroan sold his consistlDOJ1of 19 ewes with wool on and 25 lambs fork 135 to Mr Charlie Coyle Mr Blnford Lankford a well known citize of this place died at his home last Friday Bur el Pleasant Rill Sunday evening funeral services conducted by Rev RL Purdom Mr Lank- a Ry r Pills Wint your moustache or beard tewtiWl rowa rrichtolack Use fJP ford will be missed by those who Know him He lingered and suffered for seveal days wiih Brights disease We do pot knew Mr Lahkfords ae but would take him to be about 65 years of age We extend to the t bereaved family our sympathy Born to the wile of A W Ar nold last week a girl It becomes my painful duty to record the death bCmy uncle W H Harmon batter known as Uncle Wig who quietly fell asleep on thenight of May 10 about 9 oclock at his nome here The deceased was boyif Qct 31 1825 being at hs deah 78 years 6 months and 9 days old HG was sick about four months but there was no painful sufferng only a peaceful filling to sleep All was done that loving hands couJd doto restore him to health but tBe Lord the Righteocs Judge thought it best to suffer his earthly tabernacle to perish He leaves a wife and seven ehil dren three brothers and oneI siSter and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his death But let us find consclation in the pre claus promise of the Risen Lord for he knoweth our frame and remembereth that we are dust We lard him in the quiet cem3 therenr1ectionconducted br Rev Hobbs of Mackville Methodist church Uide Wig joined the Methodists when about 17 years of age therefore he had been amember of that church for over 01 years 8chad old some that he wguld die oo the 10th of May several days before he died and het passed away on that date PeasantGrove ii After a short bsence from the columns of this worthy paper we haUl once more endeavor to putc before the eyes of the public the brilliant vents of Pleasant Grove society Mr Dan Kelly and Miss Leara Reed were here Thursday even irigMessrs Nat Thompson and Leslie Adams are visiting friends in Harrodsburg thisweek Messrs Byron Parks and Frank Willett are in Louisville this week on business JCTaylor accompanied by his wife and Mrs Sailie and Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory willattend the Knighis Templar concUve n Frankfort next week Dr J M j palding of Frog Hollow was in this community Jast Sunday Doc is building up a nice practice In the Grove we are gkd to say Messrs Ged Robertson Wm Medley and Wathen Simms of Springfield were in the Grove Sunday evening We are yery glad indeed to know that the few country homes which mae Oor community famous holds more attractions for these bloom ing youths than the noisy city Not doubting for one moment that Springfield takes the lead in making our Commonwealth famous fOr pretty girls Mrs Nannie Leachman is vis iting Mrs Alice Thompson this week Rev W T Overstreet filled his regular appointment here Sunday 1i s Mary Logan Neal will leave soon for St Louis to visit her mother MrsNX Thur 4man Messrs Nat Thompson and Andrew Yanke v were in Mack villeSunday Leslie Adams who iis making his home with Henry Laach man wus kicked by a mule the other day arid is ma very bad condition I Mr Byron Pbrki bas just re turned from Louisville with a fine lot of horses Scruggsvile Mr Haitwol Etheringtoh and family visited friends and rela Lives in Chaplin Sunday Mrs Phoeba Hilton still con tinues very low at this writing Mr and Mrs At ReddickS have returned tc their home in Evansville Ind after pleasant visit with friends and relatives in thiscommunity Sugarcoated easy to take mild in action They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache iWi BUCKINGHAMS DYE jj tim me zscQgsns s r uu suVi x Q Nannie Lynch died at the home of L sson Curtsinger near this place on the 10thHer remains were interred in Rock Bridge cemetery on the following day Nannie was a bright and happy girl until Ihe age of fifteen when the cloutfevpf insanity darkened her mind and thus she has lived through many years until death came as a sweet re lease from the darkness of this life to a tranquil and happy home in Heaven Memorial services will be held at Rock Bridge church in the afternoon on the 30th of May- A 1 persons haying ft iends and relatives buried there are re 1lowI ers with them in order that all the graves may have some flow ers strewn upon them Mratd Mrs Will Snider of near Chaplin visitel relatives here last Saturday ard Sunday Mr John Howell of Mackville visited his sister Mrs Catherine Clark several days last week Mr Huber Mattingly and sister and Mis Debby Hardin of Mooresville visited relatives here last Sunday PuIIIam Once more we will take our pen in hand To add a few words and swell the columns of the NEWSLEADER We have seen nothing from here for quite awhile It should be the dutyi of every correspondent to try to make our county paper better and more interesting to all There cis no doubt but what a lot ef good advice and good work could be done through the NEWS LEADER Prof J N Gordon is conduc ing a singing school at Tatham at present He bas quite a ful1J school Prof Gordon is well up on music and a great good is being done in that line Mr C0 Fester wishes to give thanks to the ladies of this county He got married with out any trouble He saii he wished he had advertised sootier He is now advising all the widowers to put their add in the NEWSLEADER 04 I The Macc bees at this plac will begin to build their hall at once They are prospering nicely I MOdRESVILLE i We are Having some very cold weather for this season of the year Corn is coming up badly farmers will wind up planting this week when an extra lafge acreage wi1 be planted Sev eraloffour tobacco men set out tooacco Ilast Saturday There will alsbbe a large aqreage of tobacco put out Mr A W Eddleman bought of Kirk Cheatham 24 acres of land near Booker and will erect blacksmithsnap chance for some goo J smith to get a home and a gool stind for wcfrk There was an average crowd oulb to hear Bro Adkins prea blast Sunday at New Hope church Mr J M WaUhas commenced erecting a large tobacco bajn Joe Bishop will commen e a very large tobacco barn nqxt week Messrs Ed and Sam Moore have femoved their saw mill from J C Mannra to Thos Moores on the Little Beech Thousands Have Kidney Trouble aridDoatXzowitXow Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and list It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tllng indicates an unhealthy condl rTVyrtlon of the kId V neys if It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid troub1ctoofrequent paSs It or pain In T1 the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order Wfcat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curine rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytopassingItwine or peer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times daring the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp R tis soon realized It stands the highest for Its won cuesJIfbest Sold by druggists InSOc andl sizes You may Hav4 a smpk bottle title wonderful discovery K book Iabsolutelyaddress Dr Kilmer fc of ecwiteei- Co BlnrhamtoTi N Y When writing len tionrcadinghis generous offnthls paper SCOTTS EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en- joymentj olife of thousands ol men vomen and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure consumption and the repairing of body llosses from anywasting disease For women Scotts Emu sion does this and more Itis- a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emulsion gives food and strength f6 r growth of flesh and bOne and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street Now York 6C3 ana SlOO an druggists Mr Rodman Smith spent last week with his brother Jam rs Smith atRaywick Marion coun ty Ry DrJ N Sheban was in Lou isyille last Satur Jay on profess ional business He ha as his guest Mr Wallace McKay of Lduisvilb Mr Ed Pile vlClt to Cincinnati Ohio last Thursday and returned on Saturday He says he went after a rubber tire buggy so ook out girls he will be around Mr A W Eddleman n bought 3 year oIl goldiag from Peter Shehan lor 100 Mr Nimrod Smith and wife and daughter Miss Margaret Lydia J Wall and children Mr Warren Pile and family of Simms Mrs Ed Mayfield and children and Mr Riohard Smith ann daughter were m Springfield May 9 and took dinner with Mr Mrs E G Eoblit Ehe also land a daughter of Mr Smith and celebrated Mr Smiths birth Slay he being 75 years of age A large dinner was served and all hafta good old time wishing that Mr Smith might live to celebrate several more birthdays Laic and Cbildreii who can not stand the sh poking strain of laxative syrups and cathartic pill arc eipecially found of Little Early Risers All persons who find it necessary to take a liver medicine should try these easy pills and com pare the agreeably pleasant ant strengthening effect with the nausea ting and weakeding conditions follow tug the use of other remedies Lhtlp Early Risers cure biliousness consti pation sick headache jaundice malaria and liver troubles Sold by all drngg its INDIA RUBBER The Second Vojrnire of ColambBi GaVc It Pabllolty The first notice of India mbb cr datds back years when Hornran Span ish historian during the second voyage of Columbus saw that the natives of Haiti played with balls made of the gum of a tree which were lighter and bounced better than the wind balls of Castile In a record published in Madrid IClu we are tolll There is a tree which the Indians call ulequahulti very high with round ashy gray leaves It yields a milky substance thick dud gummy in great abundance which is collected and allowed ttp settle in calabashes and afterward j oftened In hot water or smeared over the body and rubbed off when sufficiently dry Even at that early date Spaniards used the juice of the ule tree to waterproof their cloaks The first accurate account of these gum elastic or caoutchouc trees was furnished by La Condumlnc who was lent in 1735 by the trcnchgovcrumcnt to measure an arc of the meridian near Quito It was introduced into Europe ns a drug about 1730 and some fifty years telwas used commercially as rubber for pencil marks and to waterproof clothing THE WATER LTUS A Plant That Ibis tbe rbner of Pa rlfrlsir standing Water There Is a plant growing In the southern waters of the United States which possesses the singular property of being able to render the most Impure standing water perfectly healthy The people of Louisiana and Missis sippi call It the water lotus ot1thescopic Inspection Where It grqws at aJlIt covers the water and to the cas ualr observerlooks like a coating of green ccura The flowers and seeds rare microscopic so that Its appearance lu any given locality Is not readily nc counted for but wherever It does ap pear tbe water beneath Is always fit to drink So marked Is this property that fain ilies using the water from bayous where the lotus Is abundant arc known to have better general health than those taking their drinking water from places where the lotus is notfouud It Is often transplanted Into ponds bay ous and lakes spreads with wonderful rapidity and never falls to do ita work ellSt Louis GlobeDemocrat Diplomatic Dick Bob Are you fond of reading Dick Dick No I hate it thats the reason I pretend to like it If my mother thought I didnt like to read shed keep me at it all the time Boston IXtrhlal Transcript TbenJ is nodoobt the omna who loVei you forgives you too much wblie the woman vrUoin you love for gives you too HttlcNew Qrleaaf Ssle Agents for J OIdHickbry arid Stiidebaker 12 agons I it a- ltFARSUPL1E McCUIttiWfttS J- 2 I Jj tJ lt OOit00 DEALERS Ml 3 r J Buggies I g 3 Implomdilts Grain aild Field 7t Seds IIWe handle Buggies Surreys Garb of all graJes to suit tthe purchaser Agents fQr the Syracue HillsIde Plow l Calland examine our extensive liiie 6Harness Collars flj c Work Gear Buggy Robs and Horse Blankets r rtjv 4i J SEED ATS c cCash Paid for HIDES ndFURS SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION- TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY Arm OKLAHOMA Poi descriptive matter through schedule and other needed par ticalars address HI McGUIRE DISTRICT 38 EST STRE- CTCINcINNATIOIIO I tAN OLD StlPERSTlTlOK The Practice of ConnUltliis Scriptar all a Dopk of Fate ihip prnctlco of cdnsultlny Scrlptnrt us a book of fate was geucnily cOn dcmtuHl by the church A council at Vrums pronouiJitHl u atnst it In 4Gi Av D So did one at Agde In 50 unit our at Auserre in 5S5 Cbarksi this Greatt forbadp It In his cipltuarics and so did Pope Gregory II Never tbch i curiosity as to the future wac 3 strotig In uien8 mndiJ that Iho cus om continufd Au odd trcumstancc Js Ibt tbll atbttlral chapter at OricnnK In 1140 appealed to a prognostic or thIs sort In I supplication addressttl by tbeui to Tope Alexander III against tbelr bisb At his consecration wben the got pel was np ned above 115 bwid the finger of the deacon rested upon the words And he left the linen cloth dnd fled from ttiera naked This was t token that the blshSp Ellas was to br turned out of his see The practice of observing the book when opened over the bead of a prel teatliis coiisecrrftton was very corn roan It was thought that a sure nU gtiry could thence b drawn as t6 what sort of a bishop be voiUd prove Cham bcra Jouniah Enclan FIrat Railroad The traveling on the Ilrst railroad In England was not very comfortable doubtedly The coaches were at OfF nly coupled with chains as wagon ure now so that they jerked tile I fortunaU passengers nearly oCf thetr oalsat starting and clashed violently against each other when the driver pit on his brake When fairly in nintlon If the speed was any but the slowet the very siort wheel base produced pitching DetrOit trying that If tnc Journey had not been a short one IIU would have srroasly affcctrd the pop ularity of the raflvaj us a mpans of passenger transit Definition of CrcntaeB Dbnt you soiuptimes think you would be a greater man If you were to cultivate tile art of oratory J hII dont know answered Senator Sorghum great man risrou knoy Isone who gets mentioned In the schoolbooks after he Is th id instead of tbe financial columns of the newspapers wjiile Do Is UviugVasblngtou t JII In Xp Danger Aunfjane Helen I saw that yonn I man kiss you Inst evening Helen I dont think you jioed to corn plain auntie I dpnt think he wouU have given the kls to you It you had been there Instead of one Boston Transcript DanstcroH Ah hows ycr huabaml the day asked Mrs Rjiffcrtyof MrsMoldodn Sure an bull no better replied Mrs Muldoon The doctors afraid morality will sot InpetroIl l ref Prp o irieiibanix and Mire An elephant Is usually afraid of anj small animal to whicb It Is unaccus tomed A dog or cat and sometime even a mouse will cause him annoy ance especially If It run between the animals legs THe noise of n induso running through the hay wilt often caiiso an to become excited but I have never known heard ra mouse getting on an clepbauVslruUk The terrors of the mouse to larger animal is an old story and many fool ish1 sn rstltions have arisen fwm It St Nicholas cuiXtXSe- uth lId wsitu Sgntue iT Headquarters ot I I SPRJNGF1ELD fYi honeNo20j t J We sell Coatl in Arty iQucfatity from a Buse1to LEi llr c i 0 t dlophant or ToroidoDisc Han 1S j liJer ChiUedLP101 ft s == IIFOR CHILDREN esjj I Makes teething easy re t bowels and stomach stops = IIth liMaY8faayiiUeIzIiJlIlTCisaEEJtumiUtertsaenrpsckae CHiM wtliwrt ffib r gV 23ds7is1 Uf = t1 IpI lpe fLOYDSDYSPPSIX sad book free address THgrfLOYD TABLETS AltDICINB 50cijaj2DleEa CO rcrQQncw 1 4 1 j For sale by CJ Haydon Pharmacist 1 are Opport iii SiI apItaIists nVtos5HencI I Iog ibo inof the a 1i and rtH Oif1NI jt l MJ11 GreEiouthwes Systcni 1 tTYiT 4 Direct lines t j 7TeroryJ Trugh Pullman Slacpirg d Free Reclining Chair Cars liomeseekers Excursions first end third Tuesdays ct each ncntk DcssJriptiva literature iraps folders etc on application fitC TOWNSEND V It TG MAfjHEWS I Qonl rossacger and Ticket A5nt Trailing Passenger AgeatJ STLOUI5 LOUISVILLE g eaB D ta Seven Norman 1 S SSola for 33fO t1 SEASON OF 1904 j fiiNOEL7t1W36763Pull brother toNorvardjne 4 yea r old 218 Trjal iT08 Seven of Norvin Wg colts have sold receitty fqr 3i350 arid threOotberSOnQsUckIingafld two year lings sold for460 Son of Norvall 211ahd Onward 225k 30 TO INSUREt + tcJ ILLRTOut of ihe dam of Norvin YM and NorxMjne tf on or AlIerton 09 + and arg2 5AJJ Qgi great sire of trottors in the world 2 TO INSURE cfb7VBI7NtfJ Sonmbetta Wilkes the worldVleadJqff 2lOsire any28Qsire Vf Jp02andi9o3 15 TO INSURE r i HES ER alSonLexington hao isomesj and beat bled saddle taltion tili the word J15 OIURE I w C1PBEJLS LEkINGTON llarge tfine handsorae naddle horse witherrdLdisrt cn and a firsu class breeder Had q colfe tift sold 11l 1000 and wos Chipped lof England I 3arOtgliRE OWLBc t t Son of NQrvm W and datlR1 MnmbrJoo This Colt will hayQ styteiiriithand speed Jsolf tjfo colts out of liis dam for 2JuOO 0 l A LAIl E BLACK JA K10tqINST1Ri MI1 1Ihave the ajpye si c good SmlliOHs there aSnciit better andmll are defendants of the ost ppp liair trotting and sddJle l6rftefaDaili All rroyally 8 bred grand ind yidual nd proving thewseljyei grew sires Have size and iIfirisb ant Krt ffishio ilile cbtori The fee of each hori isi jdsitwniy very mrooiiWtj and 4 Wi tin the reaehj of aU a J4i joti isae mxke niHtuke to tfarmed to aryonq of then All my stallions did s good fts s l1hlil will Your pajrorago earnetJy 1Ulittnl0 particulars terpis extended pressi dMcripl- lODS i I iMctiii yv i Vj i JOIINB TBE1fjr XionpistnceTelepbone3 Lebanon Ky II BL Ij 1aDk i ffl JDuJKlUPIi- jtftftlDENTi cfcNTJT TEETH EXTRACTED L TUt PAIN rQrrttv HH INkj ap stIr SPRINGfBLp KY AH Etental Work Stfictty 4 FirttclmM pd HULAMPTONI OurFICE In Opera House DR1Jj SIOCK 1tINGFIELDJKY OFFICEDr Rineharts for Mtr offices over P opletf J eposit t Barik Office hours 12 to 2 pm s WFGR1GBY FTRNEYAT LAW 0cover Peoples Bank fcf SPRINGFIELD KY t DPI Sc M1 Greenr DENTIST All kinds of dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord PhooeSG SJPRINGFIELD KY j MW HYATrF MD SPRINGWELD KYl Oflicefn Pedples Sank Dulldln I StReslt1encc 93 1c1cphoncs fpmce95 J0HNYMAYES i c7 RIIBUL IRECTORT ADD EMMLMERR1 TELEPHONE DAY tg NIGHT 74 SPRIH6FIELD E Have You Hauling i rbpcYi If so call up J L ALLEN at the Depot l F UGIIIANDI TRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved arid anything in the hauling Hoe done carefully and atIreasonable rates PHGNE 22i itsI Prooftt of high cul ture to say ii the greatestii matters in- rthesimPlest FEHRS i MALT I TO14ICLI LIT Good Haling Hinges on pood Hoar The best baker iin the verld cant get good 4 i brexd tram kifcrior1our DJ justice to your skill by- using the host malccial our if KtukyStart PIor Itcosts no more than the ordfna 4 sii1li eUt goes ftdrthor tlr fsack todny C3grfatcrf Mills IJiiBfSbiherland I Propr S flfSIIt irIcontempLate moving to tw lfojb into business or to ilyptir clrldraii call on us Wilavi5s j e iiicetovvn and avirbu properly for sale and tim Lh70L Pi ices reasonable I t JSLACNIII1RK 42l L1 iJ TOWN i Local Happenings o Interest The Freshest and Latestii 1 AKwiit Yourself FriendsI I IAII and Acquaintances HM M I Go to Leachnian for your rags Three bars good wash soap for 5c at Campbells tBORN To Nr and Mrs Thor A Medley a daughter For a pretty rug go to Limn QI the furntra man L Anything in our linei cheaper thfolsewhere at Campbells For tomato cabbage sweet- p3tatoplants and flowers call oni EACox v J When liD town come in and loaf with us We love to talk Campbells Racket r Pure evaporated pickling vine gar at 20 cents per gallon at 0 Nans grocery bur Polks corn peas imd to matoes still go at lOc acan Campbell Grocery Say dont forget we sell you the nicest sorghum in town at 45c Campbells Racket Orders for groceries fruit vegetables etc promptly tie Hvercd Hagari Bros We are paying highest market rjce fur wool Call and get a sack Rpbertspn Bros Home groWn vegetables re ceived every piorn ing Hagan Bros WOOL WANTED We will pay the highest cash price for wool CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN t Screen doors and windows made lo fit any opening Hagan Br s Mens stitChed down shoes no pegs no nails good values well worth 150 go for 135 PJThomas l George Deptt shoes for men women and children are the best i made for the money Sold by l P J Thomas J Leachman ithe furniture man has just received the largest and prettiest assortment of rugs ever put onjhis market Get my prices on whips and lashes I have an elegant lined e from Standard Whip Co Mass P J Thomas tt Look at rline of queens ware dinners tea and toilel sets before buying Hagan Bros 1 FOR SALE 8 S200 carriage J only used a few times Will sell at a bajgainf t JTHEO CAMPBELL i There will be regular preach ing services at Springfield Bap tist church next Sunday thorna ing and evening iAll ure corrdially invitedIi The ladies of the MethOdists church Yill serve a dinner onh YtlIn11c4urrh11 l festival in the Ilecture room of c the church Curing the afternoon and ecenihg of Saturday June 4 Mr C A Green has bought lot from Mr Fred Hagah on A Walnut street adjoining Mr i PTagans rbsidDceat 10 per front foot The 4ot lias 80 feet frontage t Auctioneer S M Campbell reports sales made by him on tirDnnvillepstl yearling heifers at 15 each milk cows from 25 to 35tt horses on the street from 15 to 75 The horse sale at Fox Logans tarn in the afternoon wits well attended and several good horses changed hands tIsatisfactoty prices ranging fromj 7oto20Q h Ir S M Green has purcbased the furniture and other equip ment of the dental offices of the l late Dr Huber Hord and will i practice iithesagie place He ffishts to Announce io the pa trons of the lata Dr Hord that c he is prepared to complete allo qlJyttsol1cit that Us work will give sjttisfac torh tt i TOPICS I KIlled ByAi TraJnV Telegrams were received by relatives here on last Sunday an flouncing that John P Knott had j been killed at Carlinville HI Instructions were immediately telegraphed to have the remains sent here for burial and on Monday evening the body ar forImerlyhas been living af Auburn 111 for several years accompanied tbe emains home and from him the particulars of the death werejJ llearned It seems that the dot ceased had boarded a through ifpassenger 1114theHe had swung on to the rear end of the sleeper and was leanjjout thejng from platformwhen- he was struck by a freight car on sidetrack and thrown to the ground where he lay for s mej time in death Before his body was discovered John Knott was wellknown here having been born and reared in this4 county He was a son of Mrs Janie Willett of this place and PISimmsprominent citizens He married Miss Sue Kinkead of Elizabeth town and she and three children survive Mr Knott left Here nearly a year ago and had been J in Illinois and other points int eI West The remains were buried in t Catholic cemetery Tuesday morn ing after High Requiem Mass atc St Dominics church Mr Wilson Green Dead Mrl Wilson Green one of tim wealthiest and oldest citizens of the county died at his home about four miles East of Spring fieldj on last Thursday morning of appoplexy mid old age The The funeral took place at Beth lehem church on Friday afternoon Rev R L Purdornpreach- ng the funeral Burial in Beth leh m cemetery Mr Wilson Green was born in Madison county Ky October 2d 1816 and when quite young mpved with his parents to this county Mr Green was first marriage was to Miss Robertson of Btfylecountyvand of that mir riage Mrs Thompson who lives near Lexington is a daughter Mr Greens second marriage was to Miss Malissa Purdom of this county who survies him Mr Green had been a V YJ successful man of business arid during his long and aptive ife had made a great deaTof money SKjd eaves a comfortable fortuneS He fivas a successful farmer and stodamiser and his fine farm in this comity with its old mansions a typicall Kpdtucky home of the higher class TheUleceased was a man of modest demeanor who attended strictly to his own ffafrs Iput always enjoyed the respect and confidence of his neighbors In his business dealI ings with his fellownnan lhe obTj erve the utmost integrity and his word wits ever as good as his ond Besides his lands in tins W county and personal propertyT rr Green is said to ye large holdings of real estate inc the State of Texas The de eased was a brother of Mr Sid ney GfVecii of this place Dr Greori of Louisville iind Mrs Armstifong of Danville Noble Woman Gone y tIn the death of MrsSallieh Grundy who breathed her Jast at her home in the Westerii part of the county there passed away a noble character and a woman of broad mind and strong conviction t For many years Mrs Grundy has presided as mistress ov r theefine old mansion which stands in the center of several hundred acres of as fertile soil as Wash melon county affordsimd her open hearted hospitalit had en deared her to ajiost of friends i Since the death of her husbandw the late SamuelGrundy about 10 years ao she has lived at the old hcme arid has personally i managed the affairs of the farm with skill and success While living practically alone exceptDfor the employees of the Mrs Grundy was by no means a recluse She delighted in the ompany of friends and especially young folks and her home was Ihe scene of many pleasant gatherings Visitors were air iiwas sure of a hearty welcome aud hospitable entertainment at the old Grundy home which tot this day still bears the stamp of I Use Your Eyes Do Not I Abuse Them Strength Gomes by use that j strainji i j strain if there are spots be fore the Eyesattimes4if there vis a headache or pains about j ihe Eyes if thereini a dimness 3lor the letters seem doubled or f 5 mixed Tken You are Injuring Your 11 Eyes Every Day These defects may seem small yet it left to themselves thev 3 will grow and the only thing that will stop them is Glasses 3 Proper Glasses Thats our ItlOdC F RUSSELL Main St Springfield Ky those old anti bellum days with Vsquaint and elegunt old frT tare and air of lluxury and re finement The deceased was a woman of strong mind and Qhristian char n ter and was ever ready for a charitablp deed She was child less and the only near relative to suryive her is Mrs Goodloe of Shelbyville who is a niece Mrs Grundy it is understood left a Will which will probably be o1f red for probate at the Washington county court on next Monday and untl then nothing will bo known of what disposition has been made of her valuable estate IAfter a short funeral service at the borne conducted by Dr T D Latimer of the Springfield Presbyterian church thjj ShelbyIher husband The gentlemen whoacled as pallbearer3and went remahislwere ndyjandThe Wedding Bells 0By J A SllADljK Dedicated to the thirtyeighth anni versary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs J A Shnder which occurred Sunday May 15 1104 IOu wedding day airs it is The happiest of the year This day twice nineteen years ago Affection bound us dear Twasin the lovely month of May When alt tinned looked so bright and gay Ah yes to chufch we early hied Ere shed the sun his light The morning blushed ad blushed my bride In Springtides full dcHcrbt When mated birds begin to build And lays of bye are sweetly trilled Thus in the trvsting time of loye Our hearts united were And humbly to the Throne above Ascended fervent prayer Thatblessings like Jne dew en flowers Might fall in fprtunds darkest hours I as happy now as then God bless thee memory dwells Vith rapture the moments when fheardthe wedding bells iou not hear them vet my dea- rtilirfhgiiigringingfar f but near r we traveled far our span of life With hand in hand together Weve felt the sunshine faced the storm Encountered varying weather And overborne on high fprsooth ThdflaR1 of honor virtue truth Though moving In an humble sphere We claim a just respect Disdaining all thats Insincere In word or in effect rue merit springs from sterling worth r Not from the accident cf birth cye seen our children round ua grow Like saplings shooting slender ue parent stem occtopping so In statclincss tho1 tender er our declining years theyll bend As ministering angels tilt the end FF8CNAL LouIs1uleGray Cleaverl ol Lebanon was ere Friday on business Messrs Will andEvan Hagon were in Lebanon Sunday Miss May Bodineof Maud visi j ted here the first of tha week Dr J H Lainptob has return d from a trip to Tathnm Springs Miss Bertha Tong is visiting relatives at Howardstown this weektoHarry Sbader and wile of Lpuj isville visited rel tive here this eek Mrs J W Reidelhas returnedj from a visit to relatives in Lou Isville Miss Edith Clements of Cini cinnriti is visiting Miss Lidia uncan r w C Grigsby and Dave rumes of Bardstpwn were in town Tuesday Mrs Hawkins of LawrenCeI burg iis visiting her mother Mr L Searcy sIMiss Agnes Stocker of own is the guest of Miss PriCR this week I lvi- PEAQTICAI Watchmaker ard JJeweler Carries lineoi Watchis ClocksJ and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialy Locate ntT W Simms Jr old law office opposite Court House Springfield KY J 1 Wimsatt is in the Eist representing tho Maltmgly Mo0re Distillery Co Mrs E 5 liayes iis visiting heridaughter Mrs John Mahon at Ijiebanon thui week Miss Margajret Goaley t1 Valley Hill visited her aunt Miss Julia Goatley Sunday John C Snader aftetspanding a week with his family here has returned to Me nphis Misses Nancy Boblltt Maiy McCabe and Emily Russell wera lin iLebahon Tuesday Miss Grace Gr a per of Shelby ville is the c jarmirig guest cf Mis Mattie LaeVanNatta Miss Mary Gleason is house keeping in the cottage formerly owned oy er McElroy Miss partth Leachman will leave this to visit her sister Mrs Hijl of Lebanon Misses lE tper Bqulware and Annie McChbrd were in Louis yule Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs J EI Carrico fell at the hoijae of Mr John Smith and broke her arn above the wrist Miss Elizabeth Wathen who has been visiting Miss Flaget Simms returned home yesterday- A d of young people from East Texas heard Ralph i Bingham her Monday evening Dr J M Burton is in Louis ville this w eto attend the mejeting of tip Dental Associa tidn 1MissThompson and ss tEl ot Louisville are visiting thjeir aunt MisSallie Thompson near town iHonW Di Claybrooke and H M Grnndy are attending the Khights Tehiplar meeting at Prankf rb Uslrs W Fl Grigsby and Miss Nancy Bobliit attended the Bldn ehalinWednesday Mrs Will D McElroy has gone to Chicago for a visit to TCraycroftI Misses Li cile McClaskey ind Nannie Hoijiston of Nelson are charming isitors of Mrs T Dudley Wells MJSS Plagett Sjrams who was called home by the death of Mr Nathan Ccioper returned to Nazareth Friday Messrs Kum Hamilton Luro Craycroft and Jerry Lancaster of Meade ountyare visiting relatives here this week Mr and Mrsrr Scott Mayes lire visiting friends in Louisville Mr Mayesj expects to go on to Frankfort on business Mr Will Wharton who has been quite ill with appendicitis I10petojMrS T Ii Blandford who has been visiting her mother Mrs Nannie Simms has gone to Straight Crock KrtOjoin her husband ur J dJ attend thefuneral of John Knott here Tuesday were Mesdimes Tool Spalding Flore ce OSulli vAn Ed noon y acd Miss Katie Cooper i Anjqng those from the neigh boiiog towns battenl the funer al of Mr John Knott were Mr Herry Kdeleu and famil3 A H RoberisoQ and yife of Bards town Mr Win SmiLl of Chicago and Miss CeceliaSrthof Naza retb On Sunday last Mi y 15th iMr and Mrs Joseph A 3hader cele briti3 the thiriyfeighth anaiver sary fof their marriag j It was a happy reunion of the family with them were Mr John CI Shader Whose headquarters are at Memphis and Mr Harry Shader and wife of Louisville Mr Al Smith violl nst of Lou isville accompanied by Mrs J C Abel on piano Misses Knott and Hertlein voca ists with suc6esvt friejods with some selections from thirty differe t operas at the home of MJiss Catherine RussellThursday evening GARDENS OF THE ALCAZAR Oe of Their Greatest Charza Is the Apparent LaoU of Itlratlob 0The garden of the Alcazar Is one garden composed of stiv era each open ing into the other by s eps descending from a terrace or thr ugh arches In marble or living gf een All the gardens arc s arrounded with wonderful hedge of m rrtle Juniper or box If the gardens f the Alcazar should bo stripped 6 all but their hedges palm trees and magnolias they would still be most wonderful In so places walls about eight feet In hefght seplr4te the faOdens and against thce walls are trained orange and each recs with a tangle of Jas mine arid roses climb g among them ns theyorwill In fact t ie flowers grow In such careless and h itural profusion there is seemingly so little cultiva laud that one might a most think the hoe of a gardener had not visited the place for n hundred jears This very carelessness was one of the greatest charms of the place a id added to the effect of age that c1uLg to everythIng Modern gardeners would stand aghast at such apparent negli cL I recognized fbat tie very lack of modern care was art tIc and suitable and yet wondered if the place were mine whether I cdult forbear the use of shears trowel and hoe The hedges were trimmed Thes with some or ange trees growing Iit n toltd mass of green nlbug some tIt y ttet of palace wall and reaching tp tie very roof nlonb bore gardeners flower8ignsoftho of Intricate shapes filled mass of flowers and always surr unded with box And such box My heart sank Within me when I thought of the box In my garden at horn where not even a hundred mild winters and ti hundred rainy summers could give growth like tho smallest of ihafnt the Alcazar The bouauet tliat isj considered In Se ville as a model of beauty and elegance was to our eyes a most hideous thing In shape like a pyramid about four teen inches high jtwas formed by fai tening a innguoliabnd to the top of a smooth round l then winding flowers tightly stlclctntn the stick each succeeding larger so that nt the bottom jtho bouquet was probably two feet around It was a frequent sight to see jtwo men carrying qvDolo between them faith from six to a dozen of x these bouquets swinging heads down from th poleScrlbuers- Puzieii i Hi Tutor Lord Avebury bother known as Sir John Lubbock was la naturalist even nsn schoolboy at Eton In his day there however the instructors cared for nothing except the classics and were ignorant of natural science In his autobiography Lord Avebury says At that time Eton boys especially It they were quick at writing verscs and learning by heart bad much more let sure than they have now I devoted a good deal of mine to natural history and geology IB spite of Ihe remon strances of my tutor who thouxbt that People cannot arrest tho flight of time yet they are often asked to stop a minute Itr J Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and vliicliIias been In usOitbr over SOycars has borne time slgliatnro of has been xnado undc Ills per wa- ndl Vz sonal supervision since Its infancy C6ltM Ailowno one to deceive ou in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgood arc but Exiiorlments that triflo with and endanger thi j health of Infants and Cliildren Experience against XL cperiment What iis CASTORIA Costorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotia substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms arid allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea land Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coastipatloa and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tH Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural eleepr The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA XtWA- Yri Bear the Signature of l Too Kind You Haye Always Bought InOse For Over 30 Years WCMRT iM swv s1tY HCWj lh It The delight of a SUnl1lJer1etort 1 WSjiyou go to a summ r nsort ohe of the chief arethe191aYou can maeyOurw Iceeyand colBloruble by eut theft IandThey lctka rOurP teeaon You cn en1 eon tnicypftPorcK theTfectpTiYctwhfleYees t H etsby an abo have Viitlor WiowSbadezadjusted to thtiwUllettn the FEreeze and keep out the beat the uiev su lIv fare lit asnigandliynioog tUIThqnionzewith tk WOodroec ot jeiw You are espccilllr reqaetdtoview the Vudor ExkiWtin Wshade department We also invite your special attention to ourv lStock of Carpets Mattings Linoleum Rugs fJJ I I 7fbestthis section Please visit us before buymg Cunningham iuncanr r VlWljViWWIi1i kMk tWiH Vi 1 I One More cacoIilak To buy the Best iiid1 gO I iiCalicoes l l f rr FOR t5c PER YARD + 3 r t This Pl ice forone daY01ilJf tteNext Saturday Not over f l i S 5 10 yards 1O each estorner I None to Merchants 1 + t 3 11 a Mr iftave many other tempting bar C la gains You do yourselfah injustice not f Etg tie our stocks before making your F2 purchases lp fJ Eht3 Wejwish to call your attention tooursp1esdiline ol j 3 Press goods ttilks Dress l immings Wait Linens 5Dress Linens Novelty Suitings in Cotton Voiles and v Etamines in Cotton India Lineds in all grades Dainty E tt ia Lawns and D im Batistes in all shades Ofeaii fJ dies Dot SwisitieslSilk Lacns Paris Muslins and J many other beautiful thin Dress Fabrics top Numerous tp 3 mention We show nothing but the cprredfcthicgs t3 Always glad to se you whethryoi3 want to buy or not fROBERTSON BROS 1P mt m m M tm JOHN SyM ElRCY 6NfRALINSURANCr A6II L Life Fire arid Tornadol OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK v I i Duringmy absence from otficeC K Gifigibir j t or George Neikirk will attend to any business for me t t aE f fI= The Big Ifoney Maker CoTHogRaisel8Rfli Is Dr los IIalls 1rolr Remedy wbichfur morE than 27 W years has stood the severest tests and iin ail cases can bit f rl depended upon i pRe HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT WE twJJ f Wit n this Remedy is fed at a pre Tentivc Full particulars regard j t ing this Insurance Proposition Iri prIJaas book UHog logy tI It mos J valtabIe book for ev hogralser r andaFKEEcopy ofwh1chmayx had at our store for the askinf r I 25 Ib can 1250 half cans S6SO 8250 i2S and SOc per package l i 20th Century Poultry Fd Jhealthydiseases 2ibka35028eperpackage i pJ iDo s Haas Live Stock Rtmftdy iw Frlf r ER Cattle q 5ieeptsjt j 11 titmequalledAsplf1di4condItioner l promotrr J ir rlisease 0 i4 it I5 ANcPER PACKAi OAALEY j CALL FOR IMcCIIja WiWiWl jWiWi WiWiWiWiwwliwwvHti f i The Best is the Cheapest fl j l And There is Npne Better Than Ir ITHE pi IIOYU IIRBPf1 3 AFencefoevyPurpose- Itt will turn anything Md can be ruz r a 3 kindofground All3sndMsortMsnts I BIlDSlcltct Jill a SOLE AGENTS Springfield Ey 4 P f Ji Washington Letter ywuI1LTra su117 a I tsrdai bt wi YOU UN JOI MfTo- u 1Jah at jorirtgr ita wu t 1 Mtk relief t thS timed Jbtrtrtftim of Belkjoo Wfekfc If ifciftil to cheer does i1 tT aewiP fteYer news in Owcr MlMJay illta c nrMy He t Isa Tbt wiMer bk igay tar rMhkw trakw fcec keylock cup Jailarra1if- IAntteck are diwa a4 Wlads are up Wtaw CoetresI k away u r pee eat aM drink AM tittjolfers play j AI WjaccKt towM I think TherbspipetheLr IIfiMI iy lurillively if YMI o1 care irkat you say WJtlo aIgktydIff Wfce CofreM te away Yet m a city of 300000 a frac Uof whiek it owned by every t tilaf sr and every farmer in the entire ooaMry sotethug is all ioe white pcevriDjt thatinay be MM to to ot general interest Job Rowlands alias Sir Ben T U Stanley is dead at the age of sixlyfonr Htwas once the BoraUlsoorrespcHideht here and J kjonofMd the newspaper corps by odMpying a seat iin tbe press gallery of the senate He was looked ipo as an enterprising and daibiic fellow not other wise roarkabk After he had woa 1am I et tim one da in Ktw Yotk He was greatly em jttiridbrtto recilUof lee tort toar to had made through tIM West where iin Detroit cbkfly I think ho was insulted y paWic expressions of unbe Kefi i a his achievements One of bk auditors had arisen and kai- d8irfpIare an adventu er and cbfTkWM You have never been to ctral Africa and your trAYeJs exist only imagination Ttoa ettCe applauded This to tto WOOL who bad overcome in coocetvabte perils and had found Liviaffstoae and received the gratefal thanks of the Queen in geVdea casketl Ill be dod if Ilievei lecture in America asia be exclaimed in my pre sence and I believe he never did It is tot fair to add that thisi A ericam incredulity originated e ilto previous insolent and de rioive repudiation of Stanley by SocietyiJean Stasley was afterwards kaighUd ibf the Queen married GIaHcreat pet in West Miieieri Abbey and was taken vp adde much of by the British mobility bt he never cat a wide swath in Parliament a d will be known in history fur i tbsdstinctionof barirg tracked to kis savage den the most lu slve siissio ary of til time and- discovered the source of the Nile iii the largerJb body of fresh water in the world Victoria NaIL TIM administration is spending a good deal of time and energy BOW in preparingto build t- hPaaa Canal The 40000000 liaviBg been to the canal compa y and fUOOOOOG to Panama aM the result having been aca qaise4 in by practically the whole worldJoreven Colombia 1baa seat back her minister tot this capital the realwork widl How begin General Davis gov ernor of the canal zone will pro ceed nader the general super vision of tbe Secrttaryof War ft w estimated that in three years reasonable sanitation will- be estaUisbed and the surveys c Wakeful1 SJplsns Is a 31gf Nerve Trou blov and Should Looked To- T 4e re tlrco different manlf sta- Tlnt tIeM tMttneg Mrdlr to Jeep a wink nil night MeeM i ib awake a Ion time before Mtl c MM third to tall asleep BOOn wVl r npafter several hours and then 14 It hard to deep again They Ma that gomewbcre in the Mn ftfcres sowcwbcre In the brain c a Miintwher la the blood vessels that erry Moed to the brain something ta raji1y wrMIIandmusl be righted 8C UM WMiawrbe worse than death- Te ricfet It talce Dr Miles Nervine- MM iker cymptons of nervetr- ousWe are plvlaess Headache Back 1rT1tabnUYXeTar lftleat dtoeasea which may lead- E ey TIU St Vltus Dance X Insmltyft SireliC M Dr Hfle Nervine ekswmadeMlaaau getbcOuldMsaway sid aU Miters barred be cisM not stand a bit of talk ISM el a cave of nervous pros toy Dr Jf lies Restorative Wcfvlne It to him M a fey ys M wu able to be saa4I Pi steadilyJierpin LO HJUWON TreevUle X iia te to erft Free T1l ir MI AlltI RemedyAw 4Rts your case tell hew to rtcht It EHCAi ea WIT I giogPins I 1825KeeleyStr CHICAGO ILL Oct 2 1902 suffered with falling and con fMtitm of the womb with severe in3edBtroatioo had blinding Leadachca and rushing of blood laThe brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for tick women 1 found it pleasant Sto take and lOOn knew that I Uteri i b t medicine New bl hadIseemed to coursfe through my ud after using eleven wa a well woman j OAMrs Bush is now in Jectjkealth because she took Wine Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding aadache when all other nmediesIfailed to brink her sofferer may secure health jag Wine of Ciurdui in herbytakI The mt bottle convinces tieetibe is oa the road to health I70r advice directions The in La4les caseS address requ glrngI Iiepartiient The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tw- inwINE1cRDIJI will be tinished and the contracts 25COo0001ayears i almost precisey the estimate made by the old French company thirty years ago AACnjfe For Piles II had a bad case ofpHessays G F Carter ofAtjanta Ga and nIsuited a physician who advised me to try a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve I purchased a box and was entirely cured It is plendt for piles giving relief instantly and I heartily DelWittneqnall1adand other skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wounds of every kind re quickly cured by it Sold ty alt druggistsS dentists announce that Bright disease diabetes cyfltltis 1nd every form of kidney and urinary troubles aswel1as rheum tiswJ larabago and similar affections dp not and cannot exist in the great pine forests ThE very air is laden with the healing and invigofating breath from the ptrieS Pineules brink health toyeur home and arc a nev r failing cure for all the above troubleS AB Iraie Mpnday afternoon a telephone messtfge froth Stanford to Chief of Police Logan Wood told the sad tale of negro who hidjpst his horse and the supposed thief was headed for Danville Chief Wood after seeping a sharp lookout forthe person learned that a boy driving a gry horse bad gone through town about tIre lime he had icceived the message and was driving hard towards Barrd burg The Chief accordingly with several deputies started in pursuit and captured white lIdd about eigh teen years of age on the Harrpds burg pike near the residence of Mr JO Caldwell He was driving a gray horse that an swered the description that the negro gave over the pione and he was brought back to the city and the matter investigated In the meantime the negro who turned put to be Raymond Bridgewater an inhabitant of Danville appeared on the scenel oDd swore that the boy had stolen histiprse and left him another instead The boy said he had traded his horse for Bridgewaters and badI given five dollars bonus It velop d after an Investigation that the Danville negro was bested in the traJe and becom ing sore bal tried to get the boy arrested in order to re over his nag The boys name is Wesley Devine and he is a resident of Rose Hill Mercer county He is also mail carrier from Rose Hill to Bestonia He was al Jowed to go with his gray ruare after tbe officers had satisfied themselves that Tie had tolda straight story and was in no way a horse theif as wzfs first exs pectOdAdvocate it Close Call Louis Smith a Icn of Mr Prank S 1thof thiJ place Bad a close caB for his tofe Tuesday morning He wasremoving fur nit refrom- a wagon in front of one of then W cottages opposite- the old graveyard when the horse attached to the vehicle be came frightened from some cause and ran away lu attempting to stop the animal oung Smith fell acrcss tbe singletree and was powerless to check the horse which was now going at full speeJ down Grave street Mr John Mattingly was at the llower end pf thastreet near Mr AnshutZ liesidence and siw the runaway ajpproacliing and sue ceedea in Ibrning tthe hprse from H its course audit ran into a negro tenement and was thus stopped Young Smith was rescued from his perilous position considerably shaken up and severely j bruised but not seriously injured Al though the wagon contained chinaware and other articles strange to say only one dish was broken The wagon and horse also escaped unhurt It is said Smiths escape from fatal injury was almost miraculous Stand ard r r WhoODlnCOulh In the spring of 1901 my children had whooping cough says Mrs D WtCapps of Capps Alt 1 ftsed Chamberlains Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results I think this is the best remedy I have ever seen for whooping coJgn This premedy keeps the cough loose lessens the severity and frequency of the couphing spells and counteracts any tendency toward pneuironls FaT- ale byCJ Haydon Bees Honey and Tar will preveht or cure pneumonia It win ulterlYde troy the germs of the duease It is marvelously efficacious iin every form of lung Ihflamation tones qp theI thOIcroup colds in one night Try it April A FreaK Month April has gone but tbe memory of its weather will long remai- nsaystbe Owensboro Messenger Few such Aprils can be recalled by even the oldest inhabitant Theeareaially memorable dates were Al ril 20 and 21 when four inches of snow fell and remained Lou tie ground for most of two days By a reference to the Daviess county history in which is preserved the weather diary of Mr Joseph Thompson for merly a resident of Owensboro but now of Memphis the Messenger finds that Owensboro Aprils of long ago ware i ot un like the one that has just gone by leaving behind it tae coldest of memories The record for a few of the yEars is as follows 1867 April 25 26 nfrost latest spring ever witnessed here May following also coldest May ever seen here 1868 April 3 to 6 23Iuntil April G April 26 heavy frost A feature of the meteorological record is tIe brilliant moonlight that has prevailed Lbs past two nights The nights have been as clear as day all though yesterday was clo- udyCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of i HOMES OF HEALING The Illutory of Jlonpltaln Begin Ulth tile First CenturT Tire tcmplp at Eplclaums was found od by Antoninus Plus at the ptd of the first century A D In honor qt Escu laplus Homers blameless physician Beyond the sacretl inclosurc was a building for the reception of the sick anti dying which Slrnho describes a place renowned for the cure of nil diseases always full of Invalids and txmtalnlng votive tablets descriptive of curciL About 380 A D a hospital was found ed by Vnlens and richly endowed by him at CsPsarea and another at Home by Fabloln a wealthy Roman widow for the reception of tlie sick poor Basil Is said by Gregory the pres byter to have built a large hospital for lepers with money collected for the purpose rile Hotel Dlcn lii Puns founded In the geventh century Iud two founded In 1080 by Lnnfrnno archbishop of Canterbury were Hxfth connected with monastic establish ments Bartholomews 1547 and St Thpmas 1533 ate the oldest hospitals 1uLondon andwere both originally re ligfoua foundajlons Omen In Tea Whenlthc tea Ismade faml the lid of the teapot Is forgotten for a minute or two ItIs a sure sign that some one will drop In for the meal Two spoons put by chance IJto the saucer of a maid or a bachelor denote that he or she will be married within a year Putting cream Into your tea before you sweet en It will bffng you love troubles A tea stalk floating In a girls teacup Is bel1118he should stir her tea brisk ly and then hojd the spoon upright In the center If the beau be attracted toward the spoon and cling to It a gen HomeIIvisitor will not conic that day a FItted the Event See here said the city editor I wlsh you would get away from trite Old expressions as much qs possible Herb you have written that at a cer lain point in this big meeting the si lence was oppressive Now that Is a saying That Is especially apropos replied the dignified presi person It was a meeting composcd entirely of women Cincinnati TimesStar I Pupas Sage Conclusion Papa plpe4 little Willie which is It better to ben big toad In a little puddle or a little toad in a big puddh1I Its better to be a big toad in a big pudllle answered the ambitious fa ther Detroit FreoPress His Kanltt- Nodd On the hupulsc of the moment the other night I told my wife an aw fjil lie and got caught Todd Serves you right Every lie a man tells hU wife ought to be premeditated Life LOVE OF FIGHTING It Seems to Be Inborn IB tile Average Hama Belasr We are alt fond of fighting that Is we all love to look at a fight and some of us like to be in a fight But we all love to see one There are some super testhetlc and hyper refined humans of both sexes who think they do not like to see a fight 45ome of them actually believe they are sincere But deep down In the average man and woman the love of fight exists It is ingrained It Is congenital it is In the human baby When be screams squalls and kicks if his will is thwarted he Is fight IngSo with the same baby when grown up into a boy he pulls his little sisters hair It is partly perhaps the love of fighting and partly perhaps tbe love of giving pain for cruelty also seems to bQpart of tub makeup of the human animal After little brother has fin ished pulling little sisters hair and she has dried her eyes she soothes tier wounded feelings by pulling off files wings or legs or pinching the cuts tall under a rocking chair ot the hIgher flights of juvenile Cruelty to which her brother rises when h ties two cats to gether by their tails b rer a clothesline where they fight till nothing Is left but their tail tips of these familiar facts we will qot speak When brother goes to school and then to college whether it be to the English public school or to the American public school resembling eachtither only in name to the academy to the preparatory school to the university he speedily becomes past master In cru elty In mbstof these Institutions he must fight Hazing exists In every col lege in the country Even the United States government cannot stamp it out at West Point and Annapolis In both these institutions fist fights under prize dnllyoccurIthey have not a little to do with in ing stout hearted stalwart lighters of our army and navy officers To those who object to these battles the unanswerable re IYIs that the boys are there to learn to fight and that the way to learn to fight is to fight San Fran deco Argonaut WAYSIDE WISDOM Opportunity lathe cream of time Self conquest Is the greatest of vic tories The more you say the less people re memberA tears are the same in all languages lGood breeding is a letter of credit all over the world It is more profitable to read one man than ten books A man cannot go where temptation cannot find him People ruled by the mood of gloom attract to them gloomy things A fault which humbles a man is of more use to him than a good action which puffs him up with pride In the conduct of life habit counts for more than maxim because habit Is a living maxim and becomes flesh and instinct Detroit NewsTribune The 4Clal Yent to Bed A foreign nobleman who if report speaks true is somewhat henpecked in vited some men a night or two ago to play cards iin his house The meeting was a convivial one and all went merry jis a marriage bell It grew late and fears Were expressed by thin party that they rere trespassing upon the kindness of the mistress of the house whoi by the way wasnot pres eat Not at till gentlemen not at oil Play as long ag you please J am czar here said the master of the mansion Yes gentlemen play as long as you please said silvery voice and all rose immediately as the baroness stood before them But as It Is after I the czar Is going to bell He- IOCIOCk A Nlahopi Rebuke Bishop Dudley of Kentucky could administer a rebuke delicately but on occasions he took care to see that the point was plain One of the wealthiest memberSvOf his church as well as one of the closest told Win he was going- abroad t I have never been on the ocean he said ito the bishop and I would like to kiow something that win keep me from Jetting seasick You might swallow a nickel responded the bishop Youll never girl that up The Lot Baby What tins become of your baby sis ter Johnny asked a mother of her fouryearold son I havent seen her for an hour or niore Oh dont worry bout her mmina replied Johnny Youll find her when you sweep the house Exchange A Blunderer Of course I will be uglier some- my she whispered Impossible he replied gallantly And he wonders tbatfshe sent his prea z lirfi New Yorker iR EserID nt IYou see said Corntossel a phre nologlst once told us that our boy Josh lund a rciharkable hem So ypU sent him to college Yes Now were waiting to see whether his head iis goln to turn out to be a congenial residence fur brains or jes a garden fur football hair Washington Star w- The Face r aa view A writer comments In tbe upon LondonEalflaeI railway engine has a face and that the face has an expression Look at au engine says the writer and you ran see that one looks noblesImply noble in its strength another gigantic in force but not nobte an expression of mere brute strength Some engines have a lofty almost supercilious expression others almost foolish Some have un air of smug stoutness Then there are engines that distinctly look angry and others comparatively gentle What Is the key to this physiognomy Where Is the seat of expression Oil the whole It seems to be the funneli rile Wisdom of Fools Folly In the abstract has betn tie kaounced alike by Scripture and ancient heathen sages ifi wish to look at uI fool says Seneca I have not far to look I have only to look in a mirror thiglllShcclltbeof tug king of fools Once when he addressed a prosy adviser by this title the gentleman neatly enough replied I wlslj with flU my heart 1 were king of fools I should have a glorious KIng- dom iind your Imperial majesty would be among my subjects Comld Keep a Secret SmithMay I make a confidant of youJoztesWhy certainly Smith Well Im hard upwind want 1OL t Jopes You can trust me I amps Bllcnjt as the grave I have heard nothingPickMetJp Ills ThrIfty Way lluchmbney DO you usually order youi dinner by the card 1 Ncjcash No by the price Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Iiaruing without thought Is labor lost Thought without learning la per ilous Confucius LINCOJN REBELLEDr Am O cailon When Stanton Did Not Get ill Inper Signed rtpbert Lincoln when minister to England tld a friend an ineldont of his chHdhood which was deeply Impressed upon hs memory so illustrative was it of his fathers charaltcr He was with his father In his cabi net one morning during the early years of the war when Serretary Stanton was announced Scarcely replying th the courteous greeting of the president Mr Stanton walked directly up to tin desk where Mr Lincoln was slttinj and said Mr President I have conj for the papers that I brought you yeS terday to be signed Well said the president wltlj an expression in his face something Ilkf that of a convicted schoolboy the truth Is Stanton they are not ready Well then those you bad the day before They are not ready either was the answer with a somewhat quizzical ookSBut you bare had some of them for a Vhole week and all I ask you to do Is to put your name to them Come do It how The whole butch huOt take half an hour I will wait whilr you sign It Is only a trifle I am asking and It Is not like you to hinder our work In this way A trifle echoed ifr Lincoln with a deep gravity settling over his careworn countenance Do you know what these papers are Of course I do answered the secretary They are death warrants And you call signing a death warrant a trifle Look here And he drew out from under his desk a basket overflowing with papers Here are the papers you have brought me during the last week and that you Jiavc both urging me to sign and every one of them will condemn a man to dojitli If I put my name to it How can I sgn tvlienI I know so well wtyat will be the result fVou must sign Mr Pnsidont i you mUst sign thoin Youare clogging the wheels of government We have bfon at a standstill for a weojc because you have picked out every death warrant fijom the papcrs I have brought you No wonder tIny have accumulated But now we cannot wait nay longer We must have tbosfr papers and you niust sign them And seizing a port from the rack he dlppcd it in the Ink Back and forth up and down the room strode the tall form as was his wont whon In perplexity Suddenly his face cleared and lie approached the hearth where tljero was a glowing coal fire Taking up the poker he stirred up a bright blaze Then almost running across the room he picked up the basket of death warrants and tossed them nil on the coals A ttongue of fire seized thorn and a puff of wind blew them up the chimney There there good riddance he muticredt as he saw the ashes dsip pear Tlicn he turnedl to Mr Stanton whoi stood aghast ard specchlcsw for once and with a dcprecntliv look said cpuldut help It Stanton I really couldnt and I couldnt sign them It Is too beautiful a day to send so ninny souls into eternIty I dont believe thin wheels of government will he blockid Come now let us take a walk ljyn the ja venue Youths Companion beft11Xes think 1cbe grows to be like the things he eats You must have been brought up ca marshmallows she sugcstcdciic- go RecordHerald MALARIAIs the forerunner of Typhoid and Malarial Fevers Chills Ague and Malarial Poisons An absolute preventive and cure for Malaria is 1 Dr Carlstedf German Liver Powder It has no poor In the realm of medicine A guarantee to cure goes with each 1 bottle The good effects of one dose will convince you of its great value has cured thousands and never a failure reported You run no risk it costs you nothing if a cure is not effected I usodDr Carlstedf German Liver piwder for constlpaUon and It not only cured ma but broke a case of chills of eighteen months standing I con sider It the best temedytor hWoune andiconstipatlon I have everseen ortrled f J IL BARBEE Pee Dee Ky Sold only in bottles at all druggists If not found and your dealer will not order it send us the money and we will send it prepaid Prict 100 trial size 25 cents THE AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO Evansville Ind Sold locally by I i C JHAYDOtf Pharmacist 1 J 50OOO OO Cash Given Away to 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