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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r lc 1c 7 r b If t w 1 t J NEWSLEADER I t Hv fLi t r tl 1roi T1 4NewSeriesVo1 XI No11 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT 1 KENTUCKY MAY 2 19O4a d l9A yAa JIcJr J J ols t rM lirS01Jr IICIOILIII J UUHIOI sB ThipsoRJr1 CO UNDERTAKERS EMBALMERS Cry In stqck all fctaa of FanerJ 141 PHONE 53- fr OUR IRECTORVS SPRINGFIELD county seat of WashingtdK County 52 miles south east of Lexinfcton S9 miles from Louisville on Bardstbwr branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad in 1 arming and agricultural district o5Wo Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber Iitard Pop 1ation pop population of Munty 150004 Jiepresen taU vein Congress Hon I H Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Lejfts 4 Ikture Hon W I ClaybrookeI n Representative in StateS nate Hon Ik Harry 1ancastcr Lebanon Ky A v County lrcctdry CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins o the fourth Monday in February May and Octo k2r v C E Pattest nj Judge w R i Durham Commonwealth At tor ey J FM Campbell CUrk ll G I ekchman Master Commiss 1Ionei J p QUARTER V COURT J Quater1yCo1rt is held on the third tfonday in eack month BI Litseytiqe COUNTY cornrf County Cfitt meets onibe fourth Monday injiich mouth BIXitseyudge W R Booker CoUntY Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney Qeorgc Catlett Jailer 1 ronCroake Sheriff I By i Ricliurd I ham vf t Sidney Osborne RH Alullican Dputi3eEd Masters V James F Moore County Surveyor J t Roy lty Assessor r T POBryan 1 putyJRobertNoe TreasurerV J MI Montgomery Corpneri j VBusb Snpt OfF Common Schools P O Sprlngfield y CITY CRTg4James R Noe Police JudgeiJi J drinG 15 t Mirshal WF Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in Jau arytJ Aprilf3U17 and October 1 Church Dlr ctorys METHODIST HtJRCHl Rev J Dt War t Pastor Services on theFirst and ThirdSuudays in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 pin Sunday School every Sunday at 10 am Prayertmeeting every TVedncsd ight t CATHOLIC CHURC H t RcvP Herinessay Pastor Ser Vibes every Sunday at Sand 10 oclock f pJa 1c iviceatS1 Rose same hours 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCHI Rev ri Felix Pastor Service I lebond and fOurihi Sunday ie each lmonth PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bev T D iatimer Pastor pprachlng4 every Spnday at 11 ama and t1pm Sunday school every Snnday at 10 am Prayer nreetng1 1 verViThursdav evening at7 QTclock- I j t Fratcriuil Ordens MASONIC Loccfc Springfield ge in ach r U1 No SO meeU second Mouday JJishmton R 0 Chapter N6ttS1 fl m s33 every third Monday Sprintfleld Council Noc2 zeets on vervtourthMonda l t KNIGnTOf ThffrCAffEES Mec j InJ v t Ci nchfl9fl iSSSSSSSSS SSSSS1S it AMERICANi8ILVERL f t fTRUSS 1 I i I iiLPsclffZaa1 te Wear f I IcnrHCYJUPsorBackI I I r j 1as C 1 J Hpydon l TIII Alail e1gQll lFf Kings NfL I rill iiigbti for two weelts kMf i M jin Iytteens1 again- wrftssD Hi Turner of Dempsey U wj Ji TJW1retbiJRtln the TfcWL for Liver JStOMacb and Bov s Purely vtgeUble Never gilpes rugStre 0 i 25c at1J Bajdos S K B iKSi ii WiWi L I OrTJtLhMIIA ROUND r IIIftRR RnnRnftftnnnnn nn nnrcr 1 Wanted JtImJt a screen orch and a bath rriP 1v ntagardcnfair to seea gently 1abb1ingbrooti An arbor where to rest at easeand i read the latest book v Perhaps you know of such a place at reasonable rateT thirty dollars for the yearB J 248 i Im looking for a boarding house where folks are never proud Where no onetells of better days of tries bluff the d pTheserving staff refined My bed of softest Eiderdowni the food of choicestkhid The price two dollars weekly maybe half a dollar more Address enclosing reference DJ 244 Although a man of lleisure now Im tlwiUnsome position suitable to one of nurtured taste situation not confining 10 till 2 perhaps cWithl tcflnAnd salary commensuratewith merit suchasmuine ti Send offers smpeaand closely sealed to BJ249V NewarkNJNew FAIR Many WORLDS and Washing cl ton county folks expect to attend the great Worlds Fair at St Louis this summer of course for iit will be an eve nt which few who are able to ga at all can afford to miss Judging from information from there however people Who are in ab position to choose a time for their visit should beinno h rrYr but should wait until a later date Editor Lew Brown of the Harrodsburg Democrat gives some sensible advice to his read rs on thgt point He writes Do not come to the Worlds Fair now Put off your fptofl better still to September Not even all the big buildings sire completed none of them are fully suppliedlmth exhibits the re in process of levela ng grading and sodding1 which today4 means a loblolly of mud The walks are not madeand walks mean much here where he grounds are so large and there is much space between OOD SEASo1LItis indeed sxrare Season when the average farr cannot find some cause for Complaint He is a born knocker pn the weather and conditions must Indeed be perfect when no honest tiller of the soil canbe heard to kick Thi spring Roiries abouasnearu- rnishing JI ilL C e 4sioiem1iaps as is possible tJJhe Season for 1 v planting stt far has beerfal ideaL There Was a lpnt arid fovoraWtimeI for plovqKg ndepar Jtg the groui6 and t the farmer who cUd DOt g thiS fields in conditoxi pas only himself to blame Cornjantingl has pgrsJ eiyt many t obaak fields are r ady ajid a rower are only waitjipg for a 400cTrain to afi rda Season for ettingout6f pl ucits JTlifcI aereagS in this county by the jWay promises tore all re teords Everybody who cn get 7the ground and the barn room ftvill attempt a crop of theethis year and if the season is a favorable one all the way ttirrough the chancesjare that tlie yieldi of j Washington county Burljt yVnr1 be a tremehdous one ft J 1 iUSINESSIf all ifXLIGliT pU frntllIs huit We lik a ing lit Co t Ita bee fs yfa two NgiJjjta ye ns e would be pidnty to akef4the business The dock hasi beenexceedihgly jmall a every term for a rpngv time ajid the present t rau julh b gari Monday r iis no te o to tile rule Iirsome respctsthe small business i in couttr speaks yell for the county The jail is cl arof-e prisoners and there are no very serious chargession the criininal docket an4 tile civl docket is made up pr tJii pstyart of small cases I i4 VILthNGThere promises B to be a Small bqIldmg btfbm iTTI i ll IllstructiOltseveralIll the southeastern part of the by Mr I H Tlmrman will put a number of desirable building lots on the market and itisIi expected that several nice dwellings will be erected there this summer The new street is being gwided through time property and sidewalks and water mains will be put in Besides this homes are being built in other of the town fl ETTING ItEADYGauldii dates for the DemofcrVtic nomination for county offices are getting busy and evidently believe in getting ready in time asa are electioneering and making friends amorig the voters witha vengeance The Demo cratic primary has not yet been and no line ca be had as date It is thought however that an atly date will be named s the various candidates seem favor an early settlement of the Question cDO IT TODAY The tJII worn Iinjunctioni NeAer put off till tomorrow what you and today is now t generally presented in this form EterseE about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which oua been struggliig for several days porhapswpeks Take some remedy for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr 13cis chees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses ofsit will undoubtedly reliev your cough O or cold and its continued use a few days Avill cure yciucom pletely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consuraptiori has attacked you lungst German Syrup wjll surely a Clireas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeess cascs of lung trouble New trial bottles 253 regular size 75c At C J Haydous drugstore I Atharilill Tst To save a11iDr T GJvIerrit t i of No MehpoyonVj Paffiarlo3r startling tekt resulting in a won derful cure He writesHa t patfenti was attacked with violen hem orrages caused by ulceratidh of the stomach 1 bad often found ElectrfcBittense celenlliar ae otQstomach and liver troubles so prescribed IbetoyTbe patient gaip fi from thellrs andhas not 7EHe77J f gprtJ for Ppepsil Inli- gestion Constmpatn ancl Itidne- ytherOilytro ls ry 5O t o JHYdQfl cDru i 4 Begldbey and far sa1igithle- ndy4or cougZi i eold afriptJf crop wcpth ough Ike rtt11 dconsumptLqa Made l e1oer Ct hones and tarx7 c1uttfldtio4s It if ijrd1y iaativebi4strp- thenmng cLmtldrenCzh t i 1PI4bJ- cres i 3et cough core I I The Bcs Pill Scid i1JFot Young or Old r 4 H DadeVijittle trer FIt f v- t f- iEoindDcL f c hto- Ml GeQrg 4Irha43 1iqub 21 yearsontffr JO4I1plajnfejbf ethstmae waf fodrd deaa inth6 Mistyyry jofNlr J B rsdarJ4veiping ll rirgM he a jinooti- deceasd c plj 4beingi- cIandwiGtothe ast r ml fappil n th nciIf thughtof11imuIllt abJi 7 odbck eJ1 his1if less body W4S found yinghe wit dojjv fifeVas j inediately laidl uobn a cot and a1texamination showed tnat he hs been dead some time The remains were ijfcgrred at Gethsemape Abbeyi Priday illernoonrCFalcon Time health and frggranceY and strength ot the grat pine jfbrestsnre condensed in PInerlesa new discovery put up in a new way AJ cure for nritrhts disease calculus rheumatism lumbaoaiid eVery 1ofurnjary pistt rfianceiV Vf JnMintttoughCureQho J peasant Hill f There is some scarcity of news just now but will Write what there is The sick in this community all improving Miss Bessie Kays visited JJer Mr Abraham Kays Saturday n ght Mr Emery Parrott andfamily t of Bardstown visited relativeis l this community last week Mr and Mrs Joseph Hays spent Tuesday night at the home of Mr Geo Kays Mrs lyafe Warner visited Mrstt Jacob TDurr Friday last t JLUtle Oatney Derringer who was so low at oar last writing is improving SMiss Susie Colviu spent seve ral days last week with Miss Bessie Kay4 Messrs Allan Durr of Seaville Harvey Nichols of Tablow visited at Mr Jasper Durrs Saturday night Messrs Henry Vandivier and Joseph Vanfleet of Harrodsburg visited Mr JA Durr last week While therethey tried their luck fishing Mr Jewett Durr and wife and Mr James Brownspent lastSun day at the home of Mr Isaac Armstrong The people in this community i thought for a while that all the I fruit was killed but a large por tion of the peaches escaped Beware ot Uiniments for rat rrh lThat Contain Mercury mercury will surely destroy the sense ofsmell and completelV range the vhole systetii when entering it i through the mucous surfaces Such 1 articles should never be used except on prescription from reIb table physicians as the damage tHey do is len fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured by FJ Cheney Co Toledo contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly uppulthe1 blocd and mucous surfaces of the sys tem In buying Halls CatarrhCure- be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by IT J Cheney Co Testi monials free Sold by Urageists Price 75c per Bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation GOd J SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the fine spirits ever made m the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredaridone il effects it produces You cant have good spirits and abadliver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition it you would feel buoyant happy and hopsiul bright of eye light of step vigorous and s ccessful il your pursuits You can utyour ii erdD fine condition by using Greeu August Flower t n 9 greatesrtfof all medicines for thef liver and stomach and g certain tCure for dyspfipsiaor indigost1o- nXhsbeen ayorito houenold- remedy for o vet th iftyfiveearsf A kust Flower silI makejQur lj r he aTidiintisrn oop a1ibraI l suppl1 of cloaJ Pi t friatsj e 5c q 11trbQ t l If 5fAt C r IaYdO 11r g t6r k 1 zr t44trdlSceduIej1oij 1 i sh41- noWinTeon l Vio adtoyti m f f n h fflilW ct 4JTay OUiSYll at irr J3ai4tq9Jncdou- 5O2t r n 55pnii- yri o at ar d 637pii J 12r ej1 r lf MIl ps ftst fI lam Ba I1 nctIO l am air f sin 5 Nb4lIi LouisilIcf 799 i tti Ban9- O J 1J Bat stown a m arrve at pfingfiel pm No4Leaves sMula aC 2pn tdstoW 2 3O pm Bardstown notion 435 pmf arrives afcE5Jisville o45 pmi NoI Opndays only Leaves Sprinfieyi at 715 a m Bards town 8 amBardstown Junction 845amrrrives at Louisville 9 35 am I No 91 Sundays only Leaves Xiduisville at 6 plm Bardstown Juuct4cnJ5O Bard town 735vp mTrrf iyes Ut Springfield 25pm Ifc1 headache resuflafroni a disorr dered stomach and is quickly cured by t Chamberlains Stomach and Live ab FrsmlqJy 0 S HaydOu c iMjIIions fdff Acres Toe Distri buted By lottery Four of the greatest lotteries in which the American people have ever partcipaed will opei this summer in the Western States They will be conducted under Jhe direction of the United States Government ajid the seekers for prizes will be anxious to take up homesteads These lotteries will eclipse the great lottery in Oklahoma three years ago when 13000 quarter sections of land Were dangled as prizes oefore 300000 anxious applicants The reason assigned by the officials for adopting the lot tory plan for the distribution of publid lands tp homestead appi cants is that it precludes dis putes contests and bloodshed When a man draws a ticket which entitles him to a selection he can rest assured the government will stand by him and see that he gets the land he selects FourIndian Reservations are to be opened to public settlement One is in Montana where 1100 000 acres of land will be thrown openJThe prize winners must pay 125 an acre In this reser vation a homesteader may ac quire 640 acres The opening wll take place in August Otner tracts to be opened are the Rose bud Reseryation in South Dako to the Devils Lake Reservation- in North Dakota and the Red- LakeReservationlnMinnesota Only 104316 acres in the Devils Lake Reservation will be opened Tbis land is very rich andsue bessful applicantsmust pay 450 ion acre The opening tof this re tion will take place in July A little more than 410000 acres in the Roseoud Reservation will be thrown open about the same yme Successful applicants will be asked 0 pay 3 an acre The order In which during the first 60 days following the opening registered applicants will be pdmitterd to make homestead entry will be determined by dr wings Cnreid His Kottier lenmllsm My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W HHoward of Husband Pa times she wa unable to move at AtI white at all times walking1 was pain- fuL I presented her with a bottle fI Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the icost wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she is never without it now an l is atall times able to walk An occasional applica tion of Pain Bilm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by C J HaydQn ORGiifflTOBiCCOfiROWERS Representatives off the Nation al Uni6n ot the American Society Of Equity will b6 in Springfield on June Iskfor the purpose of organizing faVmers and tobacco ero wers spjhat they lDaicqll1l nqand beer prices for their to- baccO Tlie movement hamet with great succ ssjn dthtp parts of the State In literature sont put they say ttthe plan of thiS farmers pdiety is different fro- mbOtLfljflC t The American Society e Eqait proposes W- rran zeA falmersto regulatb Tna lietms and thus compellthe rprice li belieVes knorwsjth wiTh mqsChae wl1t tbQa- rmkotalott dnd C Obbl1g suppiies It xgrganizes fcbe farfa ers and t actfev then hoV to icarjce6 their vops over the whjgflQyeiji instead p f d1t4pipg lth soi1ttr b ves sorthal Othef peifelpi liolfl 4 and manipu 1a t rj b elte iJl farm Ij cail hardi1nt a me- Efioqtt AyerCkty PtovaI Par entsfcnowvhtt I erchildrenb eke Pectoralupii cold in a sligl4 night wards off bronchitis P evfrts pneumonit Physiciins td viseparents to keep itoi hand The moilyXt Ayers CherrPecra1 Yor t14cougu children n tklnz could poiIb1y blbetter- JAcOB 5WL 8aW 25cMe1l J t ATHt An drugktaor 14e1I Throat Lungs Ayers fJHf grremtly aid the Cherry Pectoral In breakfrm up a coJ l a storajeItseek the supply instead of the supply overwhelming the demand It Knows under the old sjsjeta thafe yhen the year is around all of the crops are con sumed at prices made by non producers speculators Pac fcod trusts and kersI without any reference of what itI cost to produce them It believes j unde the new systetn of con trolei marketing and price maktt ing on the farm that there will be even greater consumption be t cause will bai equitable to both consumers and producers and that when the year is around tho graneries and storehouses will be empty and the indefensi ble goods of the trmerswiU have been sold at the farmers price This is not a society for tobac co growers alone but it is for t every crop grown one sqciety for all agricultural interests Itjj is organizing in every state inf the union also in Canada It is the society that fought for dollar wheat and won It proposto J carry oil its work until every crop bringsa profitable price and until the grower takes his profit first before tho middleman or trusts can touch his fine products Until farming is elevated to an equality for profits with the best busiaess in the country and farmers come to the ffonttt where they belong J This is nof a stOckcompany or society and has nothing to sell tothelarmers but a membership fee at a nominal price of It believes through cooperation that farmers can make their ownii prices and secure a profitable price for every crop tqeYgrow1 and that 1 per farm will pay all the expense I AllDraiElsIs do not hesitate to recomend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to their friendd anh customerr Indigestion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the atamach and brings on allmanner of disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di gesti what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach eisordera Kodol iis not only a perfect digestant1 but a tissue building tonic asSvell Renewed health perfect strength and increased vitality follow its use A SnrcTbiUt It is said that nothing is sure excapt death and taxes bet that is notal together ttrueiDr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles TiiousandcaU- testify tto thatt Mr C B Van M tebf Shepherdtown W Va says vl had a severe case Bronchitis and fora year tried everything I herd of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Jugs jNew Discovery then cured me absolut ly Its infallible for Oroup Whooping CoiighGriD PneUmo ma and Consumption Try iti Its guaranteed by C J Hoydon Trllit bottles free Reg siz3si 50c tQq Hypnotized ti5chty iikhtBailey Lancaster aiil ViHie Williams bc co onlUtmeit neffc the Citizensa tiohai ank1nd the fprmer asked tbd latter for the 1oo a cfime hich w s refused William jFthat he only had 12q WJth wltfch he wanted to- py his ouseient ra1 ter then passed hishands over Wil ll ms clothes hypnotic fashion and passed onsl mar tk ing j Its allrlgbl I kiitfyoud let mo hi J it if youjiad it wyiam p liis hjHTfl ip hipcl4a mom pt afteWard undhispursei cpntaitfing 125 wa gonef He- InWQbp hief of Potica Thornp jgon wtrp arresteS Xancastef ind IP ia5iB fain give p the monej 4ut belrad ilirown the purs away c ftifere Julge Thomas i day ithe culprit as hel- oundc a 50 bond H very r much frightqed and USI zeen sobs said V Judge you aintoin to send ine tcAFi nK ffprtis u IjebpnoiS1 Ente1t prie Piheaaiyji containsi all the dritisej tic an d healine properties of tift plrtjs Therel no sore boil or abrasion of the akin that Piuesalye will nott cure For burns and Cuts f 3 ifamily ttselworldIIYo cannot cure piles by externall 1t applicaUonsiViM u2Jan is pat ixplix collapsiblel tube with nozzle tand is applied wherexnosteeded ManZan Tiop3 the bain soothes cools and cures r further Particulars r eThe Carlhiyille til Enquirer gives further particulars Of the death of Jphn P Knott an f ac count of which appearedih bur last issue The account in part is as follows s rAboutY morning brakemen on a C1 AJ freight train found the m an remains oi a man besid ledtt track a few feet idrth of West Main street injief section of the C An this City The remains were carried to the freight house and Cpfonlr jp C Robinson was notified andame overabout 9 oclock- Empanelling a jury he proceeded to inquire into the Oause of death A view of the remains and scene where the accident the factii thaIoccurredrevealed by a south boundtrain and dragged several feet In thatdirection The jright was severed fr6mthe body at the shoulder the neck was broken and the head badly injured besides severe contusions land nbraskras on the ch st side lower limbs J Parties in ttile city identified the victim as JP Knott acal miner WhO was located at Au burn and who had previously worked in Nilwood and VirdI He had a union card issued 1Jyi the Nilwood 1o4L While here he was accompanied by aftuner from Lincoln named Iryynn1 l09iin money was found in hisi clothes It is believed that Knott and Flynn attempted to ride out on a southbound fright train and that Flynn maae out all right while Knott fell be tween the cars and met his death The juryreturneda verdict to the effect that death resulted from being accidently uri over by a train Immediatiely after the inquest the remains were taken to the undertaking parlors of H C Heinz Bro for burial J B Buckman a barker of Auburn arrived here Sunday evening and made arrangement for the shipment of the remaink t6 iis former home in Spring field Kyj by the early tram Monday morning Mr Buck man was born and jbaised with deceased and is well acquaintedi with hIs family When lie Sap fiises Weak longs should be careful Cpughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cares conghs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G E iFcnner of Marion lad says Isuflered with a cough until I run down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs I tried a number of remedies to no Coughicurcremedy c4red me entirety of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored- me to my normal weight health alt strength Sold by all druggists A Game fish J- That iIMssrsH nry Junius anjL Jesse Liteey caughV Jast Thursday the Iir est bass ever drawn from th waters in these parts there can be no doubt It weighed 71 pounds It was land ed with much difficulty and thq Iread is on display at Mrr Junius stQre sA gentleman frotttI1ear Vanarsdall writeS us a thrilling discriptiQn et hoW the catch was made He sayg that the fish iin its terr tic struggles ran out 260 yards of the silk line unj0intecl he pore and capsized the boal M r Litsey ran 100 yards down the stream and headed tbC baSS uRthe streamJby firing his Qplts revolver It then spranej over Mr opisihead into a corn fieU nejfrby and was chaed by a cow with ayoungpalttbenr- an up a tree and jpjjeq from lljltQ limb undljVlanded on another farm and fell exhausted AlJlltheI trpuser tgaUair the boat Bj its Owp sales this 6sKvwjtgtied wfilbis claiiaaeia for tEabdsburkBeraW Iurci lrr l J A GulledReof Verbeq Ali f waswice iiQ the bostipi tie frll asBvere case of piles causing 2- 4tumocAfter doctors and allrf edies fa iltd Bttdkltn Ar JCIt t Salve quickly arrested urtr1n flamfasation aid cllrti feiln It i conquers ache and Kills piLi Sao at Gf J Hay d nt Druggist f e t r ok THEOLDRfJAJAIL t iOY4I4Kt n KIH6- POWDER AbsoIuoIiPssr q W Xf5 NO SUBSTITUTE t i frl Deatk if R I Lancaster MrRoert B Ity1caster o tfii of the ges kUon met in section of the State aied last Thursday at his borne inXebanoil t after a fhewee1rs iilnecc of frights diseae Mr La Cat ter was President theGitiaerit Rational Bank manager oZ tbv t R B Lancaster PJourhic Kin and llargely interestei in the Cleaver Horse Blanket and was rj active in all of the enterprU of L Lebanou Several years ago lie Waf oae r of the leading distillers ofthe State in which business hEie cam quite wealthy He was 69 years old married tbreimes J3esides his Tri oV he ieavessix children by former wivesJ9hn A Lancaster otAtLouisville Mrs Paul of Cincinnati Joe E1n HJ R B Lancaster Jr and Mrs Martin SfxtldjngLebanon t Eli frowns Ol1IL Ii Last Fridays Louiisvillei Post 8flr Eli flrown Speaker of the last House of Representatives is in the city today Mr Brown it one cf the closestp rson l friends of Govv Becknam and Is iin hear y accord with the Governor iii 4 his plans to control foe party ota ganization at the coWmg Sat Convention The three candidates fcJr State t 1ion1 I and Judge AUie W Youiif Nrtt Brown considers Mr McQftow the strongest candidate Gov Beckham and Sejk torsl Blackburn and McCreary probably be three of the I r ilJt 1Sfatesjftt arge Ollie James will be a for the fourth piace There wilti 11iprobably jbe other candidate iiii nounced in the next ftw daysw Facts WtrtlTlfiitwtai AWtJrti If Paula CwL v ft Estimated colt ofiJifPanaMft lt Caual 1200000000 i Amount paid French CpmpWy f torte 4Vl000ooo S S tv Amount paid Pamai aoveriir ment ftfr perpetualj lease pjf c all J Ids oooo6oo r t t Lengtbrof canal i6 milk I Cantwidthvarie frol 250 tto 500 feet at tim top tbibM6OI widti150feetI M There Will be fiye twiiiloiSi5 Qf concrete muo1t cackkxlri 738 feet 1ohg tna1 Ieei 1ffji t wIth aj lifting capacity1J J 32 feet Laki Bobio rtiCiaJCQyeri Jl square titHes 4 fAlhajuelat lik mIaItikbIl f cofers 51XX acre raB4 l ilI fir rush motive power1 f fTbfjf i4fepif I the locks arid lifhU f faee J lfrom OCRn to oceM V V JDistance hom NeYoAto00 San Pranstsco bycts1 J = 714 miles by thftiroatUlbfiiiit tjie canal 5 2Q milei vy Dlstuace from New YojtlcJ Manila by praeit roufev iitt Frnc scoalyQk tjJfJ ailles It Distancsfrc i1ftYttJtlaJluatbp a1D o iA S lll17aniis and rJ1T r 11 55 milee Dimtane ed ill fljjparOind tbi world 4hesaw route through the im Citnt 2868m11ei iiThePanmealVasp t4J paliy be 11In111l1 iWabopany Th 4 l4ttabout wQ Irt6 ti 1sRti JI hebb fftin1iient the ij +r f4irIIaworkeei Ii h889Jube Womaii Hot e Companion r THE NEKSLEADER lIID YATf I BATEAU IN ADVANCE L RflWLDXV- L L DAVINJ t== YIUU1- I r = asiEs 11 sMS- s C 1 l 4 c pLl tw JM k Is M bwrMs Nt U JIIII el VMvwSLu4 Y bit Itb- ntu II Wit i fluIuuIIu af rspec 3 J L AISUUSt- Nir i 2tl LSaA uu11Je THURWAT 4M AT M 1904 jUj IK M+ ld ie tB I VVOBOBOI al r lor tlM NlM ol Sheriff WMhIht t to the SbNu oCtkf D ai erttte arty j 11 1 1IiS W rA JAShas willilltnap ptMMMKilat GraperiM Sunday JUr Watte cWiytr d twoj MTMOM mtihtple IMC Sunday l Mr Ctettdt CbMtham and MIM MAy1 Merritf and Mrs IBttik CbwOhiMa ud children spei 8wik7 with Mr Murrel Piokakm i amilj at Tathamtt I SpnajrM SS t Irwa Grhna nd brother ot Mrftyilk atteeded church t at tbk paoesaay MFL Kiltie CniiM jis visitibgb Mr jMUMto at Booker this week Tin JV M Trent has returned I 3fro LotsTi1M Mrs J M Hyatt is visiting fctr i fkUc Mrs Ezra Jones in L9lavis Quit a timber of 011pg folks froMtUi part of the county WM to prnwfi W last week to ttkt UM txaminttipn We wish Itthe applieUh a euc1ft art torry to report trsii Ja ws Mellvoy ytry ill this weekf Sfet has Meta hMd to her bed- 1fIf L Wellu aid Lester Gibbs atie dtd an eaUrtainsttBt at thea oe of His Fanaye Matthews mt Cormfshvllte last Wednesday jiifht +I RL Croch bought rubber tire b ffj of ot1We1ls Jorti f125 f Jcnsonfon I tt r JT IV May of the Church of Christ wilt preach atlP xas1 thei- ttOOlld Susaajf in June We want the people to gh him au 4iMoe as be is aa abfe speaker 4iafedwiU interest his hearers Died at the home of W HI MiltHirB an infant on the 17th Mr liilburn hns had his share fj fctckiMts aad trouWe this spring a 4wt Itoft that all will soon be with kim JIr Milburn is a jibi4cijdihI- latberora neighbor iseing large and bright family VMot of the wool growers have WUMeir wool inthis section ekrlHtCoy1e wasreceiving here kit Saturday at 23c A great many ot the young jee attwd your county courts vadcan rightly tell where o of tbeM have been onl their retta they feel rich aia drive swift steeds and of course have tofmoney that has not been spentVJT Gram telegraph operator Ioft JBast Bernstadt and wife have Ilt visitingtheir parents for two wettss Jim h returned to hisrworV M 5 TfcttM4a XaTft Xkbwy Trolsl a4 t Xiisw it 2 IfJeA 8M FUi a Wttk r coon clue with your 1ri dUt It sUwd twentyfour hours a Mdlment or set tllnf indicates an wiMalthy condi t tion of the kid ncys if It stains your linen It Is evidence off Wd iSiy trouble too frqrI desire to i erpaln In As Wck is also e bUdMrarcoutMeriUr wut rht ilacoml soIrRIGI AtfTMt kUMy remedy fuKilk every wWa to cwtof riMWMtteh pain In thi iMMk df lbs pertdbsi4wMsr aM ptR In passmC krdsstz s5owiig ut of UqIolOtI unp1cuutrtl o timEifI c of the moiIt dissin cuu Iys theJb Tmy hare A JampMbott16 of thi- swoiu1 discoyaiy and a ok that tells more aboutItbstbaezit- absoiuei free by matt reu Dr Kilmer at tlomt tt SwiipRoet Co BinifhamtonNY When writlngmen has roadtnf this eoerouf offer Jn this papr eaiei- itIW fflii h W 1t News From The Gotintcik I WappeRInte Among the ggjfttjr P plea 1 Reported by oUr Correspondents HH MMMM Peasant Grove Miss Lizzie Leach man of Leb anon is yisitmg at tlje Home of Mrs Xlice Tli thpsotiS Mr James Thompson who has been very low for the past year with tuberculosis we are sorry to say is noJsletter und has TeturBetL to the MeChord Infir mary at Lebanon for another operation Jim contracted the disease over a yeBt ago and ha- nbeen the decline ever since I Be his bad several operations performed and we hope this willt be the last and that he will soon be restored to health Dr Rodman Williams accompanied by Miss Davis Van Ars dale yisited in the Mt Zipn neighborhood last week Mr and Mrs A B Wells and Master Harold p willisburg and Mrand Mrs M T Wells and family of Polin wer the pleasant guests of T r Trent and family Sunday Dr J M Spalding of Spri g- fieldwas beefo a few minutes between 7 and 8 oclock Sunday evening Mr J C Taylor and wife atld Mrs Sallie Gregory and daughter Miss ElizabertT Mae have returned from Frankfort where j they attended the Knights Tern plar conclave AU report a nice time t Mr Leslie Adams of Harrods urg was here to see his sick cousin T P Thompson Miss Allie Goatler will arrive Wednesday to be1 the guest of Mrs J D Shehai fqr a week God in His Wisdom has seen cause to take bade the precious gift He Rave in the form of a beautiful little babe to Mr and j Mrs J P Will tt T4i6 little- newas some tblee months old On Sunday morning it was taken ill and soon fell asleep the sleep rom which we never wake The abe in its purity and with its snow white soul is better prepared to meet its Maker than fter it has crossed the rough sea of life with Its glittering waves beneath which lies the wicked temptations that cause so much sin and sorrow and blots the lives of those who have not enough will power to resist Mr Byon Parks visited rela lives in Perryyille lastVeek- r1 IIHTsboro The farmers have all finished planting porn and a general complaint of a bad stand is being made This crows are said lobe worse thiSjVear ihari eVer before and inanyr4iaye matched their fields and killed them in large jiumbers but ifc seems tbbave little effect Jas Oder and witevisited the family of ArtrTcr M ore at Mooresville Saturday and Sunday Prpf Everett Keeling and Mi s Myrtle Sutherland pi Will isburg were the guesfs of Mr and Mrs W E Sutherland Sunday SP Miss Mollie Shewmaker a popular oang lady who has been visiting Misses Maud anct Evatlnman has returned to her home at Botland John Armstrong has a black berry vine onbis farm that measures 17 feet and will be full of blackberries t bis season Can any of the readers of the NEVS LEADEr beat it Oph Settles has bought a new buggy from Hliewmaker Go of Mackviile for 02 aid now Mattie sall smiles The boys of this ccmmunity met Saturday evening ort the farm of Thps Mcllvoy ani organized a ball eatri Capt SQt- ties was selected as manager The following young men com pose the club Sabe and Tom Coulter Jack Cash Ophand Ballard Settles Evan Armstrong Thos and Ben Mellvoy and Leslie fchewmaker Capt Settles says he will have quite a strong team and will be known as the Penny riles After practicing fora short while they will be ready for match gnus All persons who have relatives- or il friends bnrl the church are requested to doat Saturday 1 morning and and clean off the graveyard The decoration services Vill be hldon Saturday evening before the flift Sunday in Juno Mesdames Julia Leach man Susie Vice and Emma Coulter have manifested mudhi interest iin workin up the deco 1ratiOnIlenc tgemz helping hand In the work and make it a success Bro Marcum will nlake an ad dress Ifi purjIwith our voters Iiickas he coramcnly called by oup citi zen has made an excellent OffiC i and if one isjlo judge from exr1 pressionsthis viciuity will do part toward giving him another ternii Mr Mulligan is an earnI est able and faithful Democrat who does efficient work at all times forhjs party and nether the day nor the iiight iis top dark pr too stormy for him to take hisI place on the tiring line Elder John Marcvm filled his regular appointment herev Sun day arid one of the largest crowds ever gathered here was present j The sermon on the Origin of Mai3wtd strong and brought forth compliments from all In the afternoon he delivered his able lecture on LiftO a well filled house The audience lis niionlandthroughout the lecture for Bro Vlarqum iis forceful and earnest i peaker a scholar and a thinker andit s said of him that he can produce the substance of the Newrretitmefltby memory l j LILAC I i Valley Hillt We will again try to enter our few items intothe newsy columns t of the NEWSLEADER I T A Talum is ill at ibis writing Mrs Lee Goatley and little daughter ytho have been quite ill for the past few duys are J much t 1VMiss Emma Elliott of LouIs t yule is visiting at the homeof her brother W E Elliott 1 Clyde Goatley visited James Moran Sunday Mr arid Mrs Tom Virgin and daughters Misses Della and Lydia ol near Mud visited at the iorae of Edward Goatley Sunday tt Wallace Seay and wile of Mooresville visited at the home of James Goatley Supdall Tom Reed and wife visited relatives near Maud Saturday atd Sunday Frank Jan s and Clyde Goat ley were in the Maud neighbor hood Sanday eve There seems to be a great attraction at Maud for several of our joung gents but then they just go to half past three oclock Sunday School we suppose VD B Sutherland flour wagon rpassed through this place last week eh route to EJ Pinkstons atd T J Trents Several of our citizens are making complaints about their tobacco plants while there are several to the reverse whQ have more than they need andof course they will help their neighbors Several of our citizens are contemplating atrip to the Worlds fair next fair but that is too long pit so we will bid TTa0- porcst View t Miss Jessie da rico returned home last Sunday from a prO- tracted stay in Louisville Mrs Johnsonof Laurell coun ty MrriJ R ONeal Irs Sam Derringer of Valley Hill and Miss Nellie Scipresof Woodlawn spent tim Jay last Thursday with their uncle 1 M Mock at this place Mrs Annie MaVian Hilt an aged and hghly respected Chris tian lady died last Saturday night at tile home of her son James Hill near this place She was the mother of sevep children of which two arq e dan ffive survive They are Robert James Genie and Miss Lulie of Louisville land Mrs James l Fields of Bear Wallow A good neighbor a devoted motherr W I IQVEGTABLESICILIAH i8Lt alrRenewe Pr aps you Ukcyour tray hair then kelp ir Perhaps not t then remember alls Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair Stopslallinr hair also1t cotLC MM dear friend is gone to the long sought rest which awaits the ohristian just over the river on the other shore After the usuall services of the Catholic ctnirch at St Rose her body was loweredI jin the graye by the side of her husband who died five or six years ago f Mr Jeff ODaniel was awaken ed one night last week by his cbickcns making a noise and after poking around found a her whicn had just been Killed and the small chick all eaten up he then put poison on the bert and tbehenIboat oqce commenced a search for its ded He waaf soon suc cessful iin locating the varmints home in a large tree nearby iii which be found five more which he soon dispatched then moving on a little further he soon discovered another den in which he found five more He relieved them of their precious lives andI now Jeff rests atnight in peace ful slumbers overjoyed that wei have no coon law At this rate of killing if we do not have aI coon law the bovs sport nr xt winter willbe somewhat marre- dMQORESIILLE iNews is rather scarce this i week People are through plant l ing corn and some few hay e set out a little tobacco- S of our people attended county court at Springfield last- sMonday Circuit court also is in progress this week Wednesdays I the day for the Moor svi11e people who have been indicted to attend t Mr Jeff Smith and wife visi BedI Pileat Simmsla week R1 H Mullican was hi opr midst last SaturdbyS Mr J M Lynch and family of Springfield are visiting Mr Jce Bishop and family Welt well what do you hinks the Mooresvile boys who have t bee going to see the girls near i Maud came home rather early Sunday night because the matron of the house came in between sundown mnd dark with a large club in her hands and told the j boys to leave and they leftJ Well boysthere is one sweet cohsolaiion for you they are not the only pebbles on the beach Mr Esfella Goatley and Miss Nancy Ellis were in Springfield last Friday shopping Mr Carroll Allen of Bloom field was in our midst last Satur day Mr Jas Cull and family and Mr Ben Cull and family spent last Sunday at Mr Jas Cull Sr rathani Springs 3 Richard J Cary bought several calves of different pasties at lO J B Jenkins bought a cow and calf from Oscar Posterior 30 TomasHumes bought a horse from Ben Crouch for 9750 Henry Hiimes Bought a horse from George Baker Toe 115 Mrs Willie Jenkins is oa the sick list at this writing Miss 4ddie Keeling enter biped quite a number of friends in a charming manner at her home on Friday nidhtApril1 lJohn Scott and family liSt Sunday with + el spentI Black Ky Luther Terrel has moved to r Spencer Bounty near Taylors yule v Shields Mitchell have bought a good many shoats in this sec tiontto be Delivered June 20 at 41c x A Miss G rider and Mr Hen drix of Burginwere married at the home of the bride at this place j The infant child of Mr and Mrs Luther Snider died Friday Remains interred following day Born to the wifei of Mufray Griiier a boy Mr Euic Burkhead of near Pohn bought a surrey frojaWrv Yancey of Sharpsvllle fdr8O- Mr Mack Thpnipson is very low atthis writing There was a largo crowd nt tended church yesterday to heW Rev Summers preach also la large cro dIn the evening iot Sunday sBbooL Our Sunjdayj Scnool Is iimproving we hat 751 pupils enrolled andare aiming tof j reach 100 r t Decoraienervicewmbe held r SCOTFS I EMULSIONSqptts l means of life and of the enIjjoyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emu- lSiOn gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body llosses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and rnpre His a most sustaining food and tonic for the speciall trials that women have to bear To children Scoffs Emul sion gives load and strength for growth of flesh and bone 1and blood For pale girls 1for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help sampleISCOTT 409415 Poarl Street NeWYorkIECjand GlOO all I at Fairview chorch Friday May 20 The milling company bus had quite a dangerous task fixing the tunnel that leads to the mi1 The rook and dirt gayeaway and felt in causing if good deal of trouble and delay but they have got it fixed and the mill started again Mri Will Hanner of Harrbds burg bought between 1500 and 2000 lbs of wool paying from I8c to 23ic per lb There is quite a crowd preparing to attend the ministers meet fug at Friendship church Satur dayandtS ndyMay 28 29 Tobacco plants are very scareV here some few have plants large enough to set and are going toe them thefirst season Corns peeping through the ground but there are a good many corn plaining of something taking up their corn RUflIST WOOD CAMPBELL AGREEMENt u Pair Offer tallnsplrea Great Con fldencc In MIona the Flesh FormingioodV r It is not very often that we haye such faith in a medical preparatiou thitwe arEi willing to tell our customers that it coats them nothing unless it does them good said Wood VcampbellflJlt IS in this way though that we are ellingvMiona the flesh forming food We have sold so mnchof it and seen such remarkable results follow its usehatve are elwa s glad to Gire a written guarantee with every box of MIj ona we sell to refund the money Jfit does not increase the weight regulate digestozianti restore health Quite Ia good many people order Miona from us by mailand the same guarantei is given when sold In that way It costs 50c for a large ized box and fn almost everyease it does what is claimed for it regulates di gesMoo increases weight aridrestores health If it does not do this the cost IU nothing and we are ready to refund Jthe money when the empty box comes back Every one who is thin and eakI and in poor health ought to accept an offer like this says Druggists Wood Campbell The NswsLKADEii agrees with them in considering it a good chance for people to get wellI without the possibility of spending their money uselessly FBNWIC I frTRBegleyandsoiiit- ed isI the family of S C Begley l lastSudday t Miss Margaret Nally ofV Sam uels was in our town sunday Quitea large crowd attended the singing f t J D Barker f Saturday night Our boys played the Canary boys llast Saturday aftepaeoti The score stood 24 lte4ra favor of the home boys The same clubs will play here Saturday afLernoQnV t Quite an enjoyable dance was given atthe home ofMrVDln Rogers last Friday eveningIMrsThoraas at this writing betteri i Mr Leslie Purdom of Texas called OQ his best girl Sunday evening It v Misses Ethel Rogers and Mat tie Begley were at Jensonton TuesIayS o Our unon Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely Brd Marcus of MackviUe willis preachat this place Sunday afternoon ofMackfi1Ie allyastweeklaMiss J3thel and Sadie Mayes visited hefam IYoJa BOWte last week V Levraijd Theo Eenwickwerei0i here Saturday t MsS Ethbll ROgers clcsevl a Ifsidf I J T 7 w S1e Agenf for t Old Hkkoiy t aiStid bkers- S agons o Headquarters Quantiiy aCarload F irate LU WflLSJiftlJ 1J li T DEALERSIN Ii rv t J Buggies1Implemetits Grain aM Field Soes t 1 t 1 i f Wejiandle Buggies Surreys Carts grades to suttt i + tthe purchaseiv Agents the Syracuse Hillside Plow r fIt Call examine our extensive line of Harness Oo1hi rs Work Gear Buggy Rob s HqrseBl kets J r i SEED sDATS Cash Paid fHIDES aildFURS SAINTJOUIS TOTHE ENTIRE SOUTH MO WEST CIIVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS n MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY LOKIAHOMA For de crlptlve matterithrongh scbedoles and other needed per tlculan addressHIMcGUIRE DISTRICT 38 LAST STREE- TCINCINNATIOHIO Ionic Influence It was during tir rending lessoq In one of our public NhOQstllt a little lad rend in n Jerky expressionless way Mammn see the hivk The reading was very poor that the teacher sli Id John you know you would not tuk that way to your moth pr Xom rcpiiodJ the IadV tWd now said the teacher In a kindly wny you rend it exactly as you would say It to your mother hid here Is Ws rliln Tool morn tit Hint there hawk PlriindlpliIa Lodger i sonar Are Zoid of Sweet ThlBC Sailors are very foiid of sweet thing anil to OUt who knows little about them lt Is snrirh lug to learn the quantify of oandy they consume in the ships store are kept buckets cf this artlcIel which la one of the chief cpmui6dhe3 In exchange for which a sailor pnrtR with lila pocket mon 1 On large shljis several thousand pounds of candy are frequently consumed on a cruise iu tons Magazine QnKe Upio Dnie I DIyI find there Is n 2500 inert gage on the property n sold me You novtfr said anytulng about It GayCertainly I did Didnt Idls tlnetly tell you it had nil modern 1na provenwiitsIXew Yorkcjr The bash basouk shaves his head cz cept a tuft nt the crown which is to be used Uythiniigyl to Jctk him to pars disc if he Rhould be slain by hiv I Iprdej Tlcltra VA niKliopN Rpliake Bishop Dudley of Kentucky could administer a rebuke delicately lint onu occasions he took care to see that the point was plain One of the wealthiest uieihbera of his church AS well as one of the closest toM him he was going abroad I have never been oa the ocean he said to the blsh pmld I would like to know something that will keep me from getting seasick You might swallow n nickel re sponded the bishop Youll never give thatupV ASTORIAl 1 For Infant and Ckildreg li Kind You Hays Always Bwfktt Bears the- SIgnature of 4ruraiiicinlta who can not stand the shocking strain laxative syrups anti cathartic pills arc cspecialy found of Little ihisers All persons who find itjnccessn y to take a Jiver mcdicine try these easy pills and com pare the agreeably pleasant andIstrengthening effect with the nausea ting and vcakedinfiflcomlitions follow Jnlt the use of othb remedies Littli EArly Risers cure biliousness consti auicu sick headache jauitdicc maIna and liver troubles Sold by all 4 imJRlrgs Dyspepsia Tab lets give ediat rclef atid pqrmanently cure indigestion and all stomach tind bowel troubles j AIeJsKidney Cute a s j- = i ff for alt FRMSUPFLE SPRINtELD ki- Phone No 20 i t ot N I r VrWe se1r Coallin I Any tlJ from a Bushel to 1L t if jIMt S1V t i ofall for and 1Iand hln i I Ifljis EarlyI druggists dyspepsia r eteJ- Ohier r J Chilledt P1oi IJakesI regulatesthO = l jIsays Qur baby war wastug a- wI sWbebcyonUt iIgave enoughIthire Owens Pine Mixture Iiii V r 0 KetaafMa 1NeseeeTKss4tIsV n THE V1CSClbkFLOYD MEDICIx C0 DETROIT uII L IA tAB 1S KSffiSJ I j iJ r Ft For sale by C J Haydon Pharmacist u 6RareOpportuiilhiM rI o r tc 4Lk L fi Capitalists5 liJie dzi tq i qalo1f ho dns aI heV g 1 t ONf q JiI oJ f rJjf J Thc ftNitifir l f r RO UE f IIH tc J f Great othwet Sye 71r tIryvy JtII f 1jj ti V D11C Lit r rt Missouri rEansas Aijaa Ind r it r J Territory Louisiana and Texas fer ittt t 1 Through Pullman Sleeping cmdFrcc Reclining Gbajr Cars f 4 dome ee ers Exc rsion lust gnd third T esday3oI each acatSu 1 1i t tiDescriptiv9 1iterattre l1Jps foder etc onapplicatmzV fviVT- I f Sft t tl 11GoulJ 11 f g Jm D tQ Seven Norman I Sold for35O W tj SEASON OF I1994 NQRflN w 36763YPnll brother to Norvardine 4yearold 2it Trial iiCfd JfSeven of Norvin Ws colts have soldFfeceutiy forV3350 and three otliecs One sucifjlng and two year lings sold fir 400 Soh of Nor val 214L and OnwdV225i 30 TO INSUREV tti L1LRT J m1 Oil I of the dam of IJTcrVin WandNbrvandine Son of Allerton 209i and Onward 225i AUerJon gteatr iire of trotters in the Svolrld 25 TO INSDKE T4 m G7VBI7N i Out of the dam of Aileein 2O7t worlds 1dSQtI moJGambettn Wilkes 2lUi and Nutwpod 2I8i Gamlbetta Wilkes the worldjs leading 540 sire arid m fr 1902 CHESTER and 1903 J53O INSURE DTrRET 230sireff W II 1 Son of Chcster Dare Cjld Cromwell 73V and CaboHs y rm Lexington haoiJSpmes and beLbred saddle Stallion in Ii the orcl15 TOINURE C7BLLS LXINbTON t fA large fine handsorao pat1Ieliers with perfect dispo sition and a first lass breed Had a colt thiit sold for SlOOQ and whssshippted to i3rtSland JIO TOI SITRE t RO 47VL S2V Son of Norvin WSd3 Abdallah Mambrblo t This Cdliwill have stylo finish andspced t Qldttfvd o1tsoutofjlS1tu1 f6ri5QO 1 jA1ARQE BLAQK JACK 10TO ikstniiE 5S 1 have the itboinES5iX gOOdS thrb avelnpn better and allare deybendants pf the rnp t Jpopular irotting ands dJle tyorse families All are loyally bred rand individual and proving themselvcSsireS Have size andjinishanlire fasfeibpiable colors The fee of each horse Jsji certainly very reasonable andVwithin the reach of all and you pan make no mistak to breed toary one of Lhco All my stallions Qida god business the past seaor3nd I hope they will act eUer th1saaStem and with oth4asslsttn Or my frieadstlwy I will Your prorago earnfestlj spliciJed For fullVpaFficciar rr terms extended pedijre4 s ad d crip tions AtJarew JOlINBWAfBEN t l uLonr Distance Telephone B3 Lba olltQEeB miI r 7 DRJJ immmWt- StDENT MNTttT TEETHf CXTflAC- TlDiiilbiiT PAIN LieHai ekpPs NIhILD KY 0AU DcnUl Wk Strictlyl t I 4 0Firc1 DRJ H LAMPTON Y i OF IOB Ja IiI biiRiJiiiPKIMGFUD LY 1 pFFIQEDr Rrts for fmerotCs pr r Piopk IH potit 1hlk CM ceb6tfr 12 to 2 pz 1 4FORIOSBY- ATrORNEYATLAW ifJol5H STM eopfes Jteik gEEINGFJILD XY Dr 5 M Green DENTIST AU kiudot dentalt work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occuji ed py D Hard Phooe 56 SPRINGFIELD KYa a iw HTAIIT MD S1RltGFiELD KX OfHce in Peoples flank Buildingr 1Rsklence53Telepimnes IJOIIN Y MAYS w FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND AIMER TELEPHONE DAY19INIQHT74S SFRM6F1ELD IT i4 Have You Hauli QQ- TO DO If so call up Ji v L ALLEN at the Depot FRflGHTJIO Th nS Hauled Furnjture Mdved and anything in the hauling line done carefully and at reasonable rates- PHONE 22 Its Proof of highcul ture to say thegr atest matters in the simplesti fray ITS FEH RS MALT TONIC Irs Astonishing great1ff1JImakesuntiLyoi1Liyou l Ken tuckylStnr Brand No excuse forlworrying along with anything lliiihan bo bestU for the best is BO more expenxire than the other kinds audit dQe s ntoie and better iwork- Hows tbe W t time to try itt JIIl iwec IJer M DBg herlndPlprj JIce f We 3 f yot coW pIte radving to iown to go 1Into bwx otc eduet yo r d Ufd c H t s itrutD ropert fr isle sad cthl Utyo a PrfcejlreuotIablI NEnuuIt I w ir T t iTONLocal HN Happenings of Interest cs Frteshest and Latest I jAI AWit Yeurtir Friends and Acquaintance IIj fIIrtrTI 1 M kto L chman tor your rugs For a pretty rug go to Leach man the furniture man Screen doors arid windows at low prices at Hagan Bros For tomato cabbage sweet potato plants and flowers call on- E A Cox Fly time is athanL Get your doors and windows screened at Hagan Bros Pure evaporated pickling vinegar at 20 cents per gallon at ONans grocery Orders for groceries fruit vegetables etc promptly de livered Hagan Bros We are paying highest market price for wool Call and get a sack Robertson Bros Home grown vegetables received every morningHagan Bros New patterns and readytp wears Justin Mrs Williams Leachman the furniure man has jnst received the largest and prettiest assortment of rugs ever put on this market FOR SALE A 200 carriage only used It tw times Will sell at a bargain THEO CAMPBELL A large assortment of trimmed hats on hand which I will sell from now on at greatly reduced prices Mrs Williams Car Imperial Coil coming best4ontheprice Allen Peterson forget that we are ready at all times to bjij your produce beef hides etct Eitber cash or groceries paid for same Camp bells Grocery You can find us at the old Blue grass stand just opposite the First National Bank Come and lee us and git posted pn prices Campbells Grocery Fletcher Simpson an old and respected colored man of theI town died at his home here Monday night He was an honest and hard working man and enjoyed the respectof everybody Mr Walter Williams of the county received a hundred dollar prize for a close guess to the number of visitors at Ihe opening day of the St Louis Exposition Mr Williams guessed 178718 which was within Hve of the correct number Mr Bonsib 4hown as t the Flying Dutchman from In rtlHousenesday night in the temperance cause Mr Bonsib has many plain facts and arguments which he deliyera inn blunt but con vincing maan lne has done good work throughout the coun try in thf cause of temperance Court opened on Monday Judge Patteson presiding Oomraoh wealths Attorney Durham is illI and unable tobe here and Mr William Cantrell of Greensburg is acting in his place The juries were organized and instructed on Monday County Attorney T Scott Mayes delivered the charge- to the grand jury Several small cases on the Commonwealth docket were disposed of this week iIMr D C Thompson of Mack ville has a gold Watch which passed through quite an ordeal last winter Last October MrJ Thompson was doing some work on his farm when he lost his watch After a long search he gave the watch upas lost A week ago he was working in the same field preparing cornground when he uncovered the watch had been buried till winter He Jbrought it into Bd Russell the cleaningthe everlhere was a fair szed crow in town oa Monday but the live sipck market was a trine dull tiMt being only a few cattle oti tfc market Col RE Whayne rtporU the following saless One pair 2 year old mare mules p52 50 pair jnare mules 24525 a 3 yearold horse 120 a Terse steer calf 385 dry cow 917 TOPICSiI t 4 yearling steers 2050 each S M Campbell auctioneer re ports the following sales madeI by Kim 6 yearling cattle 4 i ers aud 2 steers at 15 17 per ea1oneni1k cow and calf at 33 one 2 year old bull W 15 old sheep and 191lambs at 81 for the bunch 1 sow and pigs 10 plug horsey from 20 to 75 one yearling mule 57 50 pair 2 year old mules 200 old buggies harness etc from 250 to 20 Dr James Benedict Rooriey Copper a physician of Shively Jefferson county this morning filed a petition in bankruptcy The cause given by ifev Cooper for the action is the failure of debtors to pay outstanding bills for medical services rendered In tbe liabilities listed the follow ing are the heaviest Thomas Simms of Springfield note for borrowed money 37055 Hay don Robertson Springfield note 5116 First National Bank judgment on note 141 James Mullican note 100 and James Vittitoe mortgage on medical books 560 The total liabilities are 126455 and the assets at 222 90 Exemption is claimed on household effects and wearing apparel valued at 5330Louis villeTimes Dr Cooper is a son of Mr Nathan Cooper who died hereabout ten days agb Mr Cooper left a life insurance policy for 2000 payable to his three sons one of whom is Dr Cooper men tioned abpve WILLS PROBATED The Last Wishes of Three De ceased Citizens filed in Court r Three wills wereprobated in the county court Monday The first one that of Mr Wilson Green disposes of a large estate and is in full as follows First Of personal estate and of all my real estate ituated in theState of Kentucky I give and bequeath to my wife Malissa Green that portion which would go to her under the laws of Ken tu6kyif I should dieiintestate and the remainder of the said estate real and personal I give and bequedth to my daughter Ellis Thompson Second J direct that my ex ecutor herein after named shall at such time and upon such terms as he may deem best sell all of Iny real estate situated in the State of Texas and after the payment of all costs incident to the sale I give devise and be queath the remainder onet ira to my wifeand twothirds to my said daughter ThirdI nominateand appoint my brother Sidney Green as Executor of this my lust will and testament and I request that he be allowed to qualify and act without giving surety of any sorj on his bond Dated August 16th 1902 Witnessed by John I McElroy H RThompson L B Cain I H Thurman Codicile No lDated Feb 1003I give and devise and be queath to H Rr Thompson in trust formy grandson Charles G Thompson the sum of One ThousandL Dollars the interest and such portion of the principal thereof to be expended by said trustee for the benefit of my said grandson when he shall have arrived at the age of 21 years The sum herein devised is to comeout of my daughters pore tion of my estate and is in no wise to effect my wifes portion thereof No bond is to be required of said trustee Witnessed by 1 H Thurman and H R Thompson Codicil NQ 2 Dated March 15 1903Instead of givingto niy wife a life estate in one third of my real estate situated in Ken tucky I hereby give to my said wife for life onehalf in acres of the real estate I own in said state same consisting of the farm of about 317 acres on which Inow reside saidhalf to include the residence and other improvements and the same to be laid off to her as soon after my death as convenient by Chas Brady atnes C McEhoy and FR Neal and in doing so they will have regard to the best interests of both parts of the farm In addition to what my Ayife is entitled of my personal property under the law I hereby bequeath to her all of the household and kitchen furniture and all the farming implements and all the ftWW AA Your Eyes Do Not rIlJse Abuse Them comes by use that trains but that does not srainJ If there is a hint or sign oIstrain if there are spots be- foreI the Eyes afctimes if there is a headache or pains about the Eyes if there iis a dimness Ibr the letters seem doubled or j mixed Tkcn You are iBjurlnft Your EVirv Oay IjIjEye may seem small to themselves thevf and the only thing i that will stop them is Glasses Proper Glasses Thats our tndC F RUSSELL Main St Springfield Ky YrtrfI poultry that may be on hind at the time of my death WILSON GREEN4 The will of W H Harmon deceased was probated in which he leaves all of his property tp his wife Nannie May Harmon ex cept 250 to beset aide for the education of his son Sam P Harmon so long as she remajns his widow but in the event of her marrying again and ather death the property is to be di vided among his children A short instrument of writing was offered as the will of the late O N Cooper He leaves three houses and lots on Hundley avenue in Springfield to his wife as long as she shall remain his widow f Notice 1 United States District Court i Western District Jtiiiie matter of Thos M Bad gelit Bankrupt To the creditors of said Badgett in Washington county Ky District aforesaid Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 19th day of May 1904 said Badgettwas duly adjudicated a bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the law office of Thos A Medley in Springfield Ky on the 4thof June 1904 at 12 m at which time the creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meetingr- W J LISLE Referee Bankruptcy Public Sale Onehalf interest in the Willis burg Roller Mill Willisburg Ky onJSATURDAY JUNE 1004 at 2 oclock pm This mill is a 40 barrel Richmond Roller mill doing a large wh hesalennd retail business in Washington Mercer Nelson and Anderson counties In one of the bestlo cations in the country People all directions furnish cheap wood laid down at mill at 5110 per card Will offer onehalf inter stand as a whole to suit pur chaser ColR E Whayne auctioneer BURNS CHEATHAM Taken Up A t my place a mile above Hlls boro a three year old bay filly with four white stockings Owner can hare same by proving property and paying for advertising and keep J T PRATHER r i Mass Convention A mass convention of the Democratic voters of Washing ton county is hereby called to meet tit the Court House in Springfield at 1 oclock pm on Saturday June 4th 1904 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State convention in Lou delIgatesi T tllENatlOnhlDemoeratlcI Washington Co Dem Co FERa A Bell Cleaver of Lebanon ws in town Monday Roy Fenwick of Lebanon was iin town Tuesday Mrs G A Dohbney of Lebanon was in town shopping Satun day Mrs H C VanArsdalo of Har rodsburg is visiting relatives in the county Miss Vena Rogers of Fen wick is the guest of Miss LenaLogs don this week i Miss Lucy Selecman has returned froraa visit tofrends ini Washington City Miss Dora Royally of Maud visited the Misses Campbell the first of the week ri5iAMESGRAVES PRACTICAI Watchmaker aM JewelerI Cariealine of Vathts Clock and Jewelry Repairing n Specialty located TW Simms Jr old law office opposite Court 5ousej Springfield Ky Mr and Mrs B S Maye3 Jr visited frietds ir Lebanon the first of the week Mrs C B Cleaver and Miss ODanieis of Lebanon were in Springfield Saturday Nrs Geb Colvjn who has been quite ill with1 appendicitis is verymuchirnprovedMessrs Wil ham Medley and Lum Cray croft were in Lebanon Sunday Mr J E Reddins of y zoo City Miss1s visiting relatives here and in Marion county r Mr J V Spalding and Miss LizzieWaters visited Miss Naomi BroWn of Lebanon Sunday Mrs Pius Whelan Jr of Bardstowri is visiting her mother Mrs Bevn F Simms this week Mr Dave Randall Hays pi Georgetown formerly of Lebanon was in Springfield Sunday Miss Nora Bonta has returned from Bowling Green where she has been atteeding normal school Mr J C Abel wife and chil dren visited the latters mother Mrs J M Bevil at Lebanon Sunday Mrs M W Hyatt entertained a few lady friends at her beauti ful home Wednesday afternoon at flinch 0 J Haydon Jr ad Miss Alth ire Medley were the guests of Mrs Pius Yhelan at Bards town Sundayt Messrs Logan Bosley Robt Blandford Davis McElroy aid RayGoOdin oLLebanon were in town Sunday Col McPherson of Louisville was here on busines last week and was a guest at the home off Hon John Levyis Miss Ceelia Smith who is at tending school at Nazareth has returned after a pleasant visit to Miss Annie T Simols Steward Green and Charles Scruggs who were hurt at school last Tuesday while plaj ing ball are able to be out again Misses Edith Price Agnes Stoker Mary McCabe iMessrs G D Robertson C W Hagau and H L Reed were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Geo E Medley after spending severall weeks with his family left last week for Owens boroj where henow has business interests v Mrs Henry Edeleh of Bards town who was called here by the death of her nephewMt1 John Knott returned to Bards town Sunday Mr Harry 0 Nan and Miss Lydia McElroy have returned from Danville where they yrcrei the pleasant guests at a reception given by Miss Lilly Anderson Rev S J Qannor and wire of Louisville are here this week Mr Cannon was formerlYpastor of the Baptist church at tbis place and is here to have his household goods ehippad to Louisville Missi Florence Edelen enter tained a fejv of her friends Hues MiSSjAMisf Bertha Haydon won the lladies prize which she presented to Miss Stoker and George Rob ertson won the gentlemans prize EaKlnnila Flrnt llalirona The traveling on the llrat railroad In not comfortable unEngland was very doubtedly The conches were at flrr only coupled with chains as wagon hre now so that they Jerked the un fortunate passengers nearly off theIr wats at starting and clashed loleutly against each other when the driver on his brake When fairly In ptltI It the speed was any but the 810w the very short wheel bnse produced pitching rfctlon jso trying that lf the Journey lind not been a short one itIwould have seriously affected the ujarlly of the ralKoj AS a meanS ofI passengcr transit Definition flf nata Dont yqu sometimes think you woufd be a greater man It you were to cultivate the art or oratory II dont know answered Senator Sorghuta A grent man as you know la one who gets mentioned In the school books after he Is dead Instend of the financial columns of the newspapers while he Is living Washington Star No Dancer AuntjnneIJeienIsnv that youn man kiss you last evening IJelenI dont think you need to corn plaIt auntie I dont thliik be wouLI have given the kiss to you if you bad been there Instead s me Boston Transcript the days IInere1I Muldoon replied Afra Muidoou JThe Ooctors afraid Lmoralltya wUl IIM I2Dej1t Freg A MA1bF MY8TERV71 Veei1rtlfe of Metastailo tile eeleirRtet1 Italian Poetr Jlelastaslo lG9SljS2 the celebrated arinzt1cnud operatic poet spent fifty flre ycarsjn Vienna with the Martino t family without ever learning German or wishing to learn it Besides his utter Indifference to all speech out Italian Metastaslo posses ed many pecntarltre3 of character None might mention death In his pres ence Those who alluded to smallpox before him hmade ita pont not toI see again In nil hIs llflyflve yeara In VIenna he ndver gave away more than tile equivalent of J5 to the poor He always occupied the same seat at church but never paid for It He took ill his meals in the most mys terious privacy his greatest friends bad never seen him eat anything but a biscuit with gome lemonade Nothing would Induce him to dine away from home He never changed his wig or the cut or color of his coat Metastaslo was to have been present ed to the pope the day he died und raved about the Intended interview In the delirium of his last moments Mrs Plozzl familiar to readers of Boswells Life of Dr Johnson as Mrs Thrale collected these particulars from the dies of the Martlnes family with mesttC1ing a jvord oif their language from Urct to last Tile Moon aad Rala =When you see the new moon hangim tralght up and down lookln sort nl sour like youre not goIn to have rain for at least twothirds of the month said an olil observer When she comes up lookln like she wouldnt spill then Its goin to be good weather for two Uilrds of the month iou can bank on tha boy Pce been watchln th6 moon for weather mpreji thirty years on land sand sea and the dip tells the story better thai any weather prophet Jhat ever called turps on theTfcather from headquarters down IL Washington Further than gettln a cue on thp weather he continued you can tell by the color of the moon Wbetber Its goln to be a warm or cold rain If the wet moon looks red Its goln to be a warm raini If yt looks bright and silvery like its gdin to be a chilly rainIve been watchln Luna as they call her come up over Jersey for a number of years nnd I havent found her sign to fall yet EibriadelphIa W- qulrer f LONDONS GRASSHOPPER Per Wearlr Three aad a Half Ccatm vIi a Famous Larkx The golden grasshopper on the tower of the Royal Exchange has been for nearly three and ii half centurlea t London landmark as familiar as tilt cross on St Ftfuls or the dragon or BoW church steeple Sir Thomas Gresham a royal agent In three successive reigns founded thpl exchange In the rclgn of Elizabeth lie erected at his own expense a beautiful structure In the flemish style of archi tecture with shops on the first floor A bell tower crowned by Ii huge grass hopper stood one side of the chfc entrance The boll In this towel sum moned the merchants at 12 oclock noon and 0 oclock evening During thelgrcat fire of 10CG the building was totally dc stroyed Tha ntdtues of kings and queens which ornamented the corridnra wcr precipitated Into the enormous eel lars and with them the towcr and grasshopper Graihaui was loyaHy Joved by the metropolis and his generous services were not forgotten From tlc moun tain of debris the grassbapp6r was rescued and It Was placeda lofty vane of gilt brass above the new dome supported by eight Corinthian columns and to this hour It swings to the points of the compass perpetuating the sign and crest of jthe Gresbana family Tho old clock In this tower had four dials And chimed four times daily oil Sunday the One Handrcd and Fourth Psalm on Monday God Save the King oa Tuesday Waterloo March on Wed nesday Theres Nan Luck Aboot the Hoose on Thursday See the conquering Hero Comes on Friday Life Let Us Cherish aid on Saturday Foot Guards Marci In 1838 tIn again dcTastdted the stately building beginning soon afterlO at night and by next morning the lock tower alone was standing it U significant that th fast air played by the chimes before they went crashing through the tower roof crushing the entrance preh below was Theres Nue Luck Aboot the flooso then the eight bells ceased their clanging The grasshopper was unharmed and to this day remains eleven feet of shimmering metal tlookfng down from Its perch 108 feet above the buS- ystreisSulian King Colford in St Klckdlat icopie cannot arrest the flight of time yet they are often asked to stop a minute EPIGFtAMS OF NOVELISTS One crawls Into friendship one occa slonally drlfta Into matrimony but In love one falls Frankfort Moofc There Is no place like the top espe daily when It Is narrow and will not hold many at a time Anthony Hope Love and friendship are stronger than charity and politeness and thoso who trade upon the latter are rarely accorded the former Seton Mcrrlman It Is the Americans regret that at present be can do nothing with bis feet while be is listening at the telephone but doubtless some employment wilt b found for them In tue coming ageIan Maclaren There are two unpardonable sins In world success und failure Those 1tbls succcpd cant forgiven fellow for P failure and those who fa- Ucantfgiveliiw for being a Success G IILorimerSJere are two classes of people Id tht If the pople who are cjever and thffpeople who are keen and you must never mix the two They meet and touch they are necessary to each other but they never never blend Kathar Inc Cecil Thurston Her Coat of Arm Concerning a very modish woman the late Julian fix painter and critic had this story to tell Mr Rir Ive come to ask yon a great favor she said ng she fairly burst Into his studio one fall day Everything I have Is at your co mand maQnm 0 Hj want to show you Some coats ol arms and ask your advice aboutmak lag n Sholce Which side of the family do you wish to follow maternal or Oh neItber The herald says I can choose any of tbese1I want something that will look well qn whist counters Yes Well what about this That wilt do nicely But dont you think I ought to have moro than om l II do tire po quickly of things you SJcwXew York Times ii ITheDlightsI r iSummeri henyougoto a sumiier it tSort one of the chief delights are thenidejCooljCeizy ersuWlas where enjoya Icozyandconi4ortableYotran suke with VudorShades Theyletintlie breeze i 4acI4rJof all during die heated teason serve lucbeoas or tea on a jxwch Sited with iii Vzt r fPorch Shdeswnhperfecipiivacywhilieingthepaaecersby jtShades adjusted to your windows Hueither will let fe the cool breeze and jarej t and living room Vudor Porch Shades cost 1250 up They are made in different colors tliar cooize with tle Woodwork of your home You are espedaltv requested to t iview the Vudor Exhibit in our shade department f We also invit youtsp iaiattention tour 2 Stock of Carpets Mattings Linoleums Rugs 7f Lace Curtains Slitds c The largest and t best sel cted stock of Wall Paper shown nvrthis section Please visit us before uying t Cunningham Duncan r qt ViWViWVi AiW iiiiViViWiAi ft- JII OneC MoreC Ct 1hanc I i 1 I y To buy the Best Imlisro = 1 jI Calico- esFOR5cPERYAEt 1 i r feliflllKfiI r aI1 This Price for one day only i T L t C Next Saturday Not over c r 10 yards to each customer tIr 3 None to Merchants i 3 Vve have many other tempting harvj WJt i I jjI3 gains You do yaiirself an injustice not t ttI I 3 to see our stocks before makihg your c J purchasess rI CtWe wish to call your ajitienUoji lo our splendid line otl tiDress Goods Silks Dres Trimmings Waist LThtizi ff t 3 Dress Ltens Novelty Suitingsi iId Cotton VOI1es8ud 1 cjftt Etamines inCotton IndiaLinens lpttll grades Dainty Lawns and Dimities Silk J3at1stesln all shades Organ adies Dot Swisses French Lawns Paris Muslirs and B many other beautilullhin Dress Fabrics too numerous to ftmention We show nothing but the correct things g Always glad to see you whether you want to buy or not Fv ROBERTSON BROS JY 0 m If M f JOHN 5 McELROy Y GENERAL INSTANCE A6fNI4LL j s Lifef Fire ancJ Tornado I OFFICE OV PEOPLES BAhTK vW 4 J4 H iitDuring my absencefiorrtofficW F Grigsby- or J l George kwlp attenqUlo any business- forme i 1 l aE 1 87W The Big Moneyy lakeifor logg Raisers Is Dr los thas Hog Remedy which for more than 27 I M years has stood the severest tests and iiri alll cases bawb depended uponII DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL frOGSl THAT DIE w Wten this Pfemeflyis fedai a T l yeutiVe Full particulars pteiliL f injrthls Insurance Proposition j pr Haas book uHugology a f valuable book for every hOg raiser It and a FREE copy of which may be jhad at our store for the asking 1 wr 25 Ib can S1250 half can iS6sb 250 S125 and ispc per packgpe tt 20th Century Poultry Food 7 The greateit egg producer n ithiemarkL Keeps fowlsitrhealthy prevents cholera raup and all other poultry r Ij 1 diseassS2fSlh hat 3 0J 2tsc crpackac Jc Pr OS Haas ive Stock Bemwi I Fer I1rss Cttlti 111th EtC J k As its name implies this a REMEDY not a foodanti it iuri 4f tsbeept I 5 disease FOR4LEY j 0109 80 AN 2aePE PACKAGE I McCLUREWEUS JI tl CALL FOR CIRCULARS SPRltfGFIELD JCY a EBEaa 1 i11 jAli Aiit ijii WIf 6iWillt Viw6ijMW 1 The Best is the Cheapest tj And There is No eBeiter Than r tTHitAGEaTWOYBH lIRE1 FRCJ Itiit Ifi f I t It IFen1 for every Purpose 7rr 3 and ruri overafly 1 will turn anything capbe BurnsErnWIIlS t kin4 of ground AU Sizes and Assortment s a H I SOLE AGENTS Sprngfi1d tY I I tt t lii r p c 4tnittiRt re BUtiyet Frank Cugh toJ Washington Slate has c1t1y Indulged himself in a t Drat thi city which is much tZw n tdjJ here Cusliman has Irbimelfon of the most SMispicuous members on the Isjbijri whether his mouth is shut pf open He is a talli angular wldiverons person JiblloWeyed I Mjd lanternjawed and is often S ipisUken for Abraham Lincoln iiolli by himself and others iYbnders the man that looks like t Lincoln t1 is a common re pjark in the galleries Cujshman andlItervedsfater boy on the jiilroad A fifteen he was 4srrned with a shoveland became 4 ection hand at sixteen he was t Irrfcjinp At twenty he began the t pEJj ifjaw in Nebraska and Was admitted to practice In t 91 he moved to Takoma and was elected to Congress at tweatj seven He won first no foriety by making a sensational attack on the tyrnnicalrules of the House Recently in answer to an ap psal to do something for Wash into he said Which Washing tonThetaxpaying Washing tonorthe taxeating washing ton Your correspondent rises t protest that this is not faira This city pays as much taxes as She eats one anda half per cent on allI real estate owned Jiere This revenue is increased by the payment of the same amount by the government on its property it beirgi estimated tharthe United States owns just about fas much property in the district a individuals do Soj Wa ij beggarinanyi to the mendicant class George Washington was a shrewd and cunning business rralledthesluggish acres at the confluence oflheotomacaad its Eastern Branch and startled them wIthj wonderful visions of the future capital he got them to give to Ihe gOAernmentone half of their farms after he had taken QutAll the lands needed for streets and parks This left vast discretion ary power with Georoe and the Pther of his country did not hisltate to use it First he took one half of all the landfqr streets Thou he took a quarter oftheJ residue for par sJle didnt mean to have his children cheat aIThe result was acity of oollfettheir lauded wealth The sreets were so wide that they could never be pived People could hardly shout across them and gut lost in them oi da rk nights In this dilema four or ffive hundred miles of streets were surveyed with a f narrow zone in the middle of them for a roadway Another strip on each side was relinquish d to the MQ of the citizens and tiefwere permitted to fence it in for a front yard and even to offa by window Between the parking stripand the roadway the sidewalk was platted and treesplanted In some parts of the business section the brick sidewalks are sixty eet wide jTJie resultof this device which ir jud be called ingenious ifi it were caused by intention instead 4 N9 tlNo Ma iFWhat Doctors SayWe Know Th t Heart Trou bYiin Many Cases Can Bp Cured Jfhereare seven main features iearth disease viz 1 Weakness or Debility Rheumatism pr Neuralgia 3f Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation 5 Enlargement Fatty Degeneration f Dropsy provothou3andWen absolutely cured by Dr Miles yew Heart Cure PatIents often have no Idea their dls r asG Is heart trouble but ascribe it 1HIcestton Liver Complaint etc Here aro some cof the symptoms Ifcwtness of breath after exercise thleftEheilderNervousCeUcLAnkiePaieMPalpitationNpktsare NewHearlCureaRdmeritsWe1eyer canweaPwttetjlaterIaMCureIdfarjqits D YOUNG D D k tthi1i- isseTek tiS1Northj Krut bottle faITs to benefit rIJIn1i jn an we will mall fDrtlftoBeIMdy far Pain Also Symp itorn Blank for our Specialist to diagnose Jour caa and tell you what Is wrong 024ok2FreeA FEMALE WEAKNESS 0ctl71903 uperiortoaad I know whereof I speak Isuf fered for nine months with auppesaod prostratedwouldhuQbllndtnghelldaches well up And I would feel so weak I could not stand up I naturally felt bsbeyondtheCardui came as a Godsend to mo I felt a change for the better within a week Af tor nineteen days treatment I menstrntasd without suffering the agonies I usually did and soon became regular and without pain Wine of Cardui is simply vronderlnl and I wish that all suffering women knew of Its good qualities Jt Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodicalheadaches tell of female weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every menses irregularJearing any female weakness If you are discouraged and doctors have failed that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that- headachesinan female weakness Secure a 8100 bottlefof Wine of Cardui today J T WIN EO ARDUI of by evolution is that almost every house in the city iis deco rated with a bay wiudow Ti ere are probably five times as many bay windows in ths city pro portionate to the number of houses as therere in any other city in the world The visitors who are accustomed to exclaim What a lot of bay windows mey now understand their genesis The chil less man who has been catted the Father of lhis Country and nothing else will be seen to have been the progenitor and sire of bay windows Aud of a vast bower too for there are 100 000 trees in the cityi and they weave their verdant branches together in front of every houc making a very beautiful picture But Congressman Cushman was deadright in one pa tidular there is not a particle of public spirit here and when the people want anything whatever over and above their taxation they expect their Uncle Samuel to provide it It Is difficult to rase money enough for a hall to holcl a public meeting in although no taxes are paid on either bay Win dows or dooryards I Cure Tor Piles I had a bad case of pllsays G P Carter of Atlanta Ga and con suited physician who advised me to try a box of UeWitts Witch Hazel wasIWitts Witch Hazel 6alve is uneqpall ad for its Healing qualities Eczema land other skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wojnds of every ldnd re quickly cured by it Soldl ty all druggists Scientist announce that Bright evedformas well as rheumatism Iqmbago and similar affections do not and cannot exist in the great pine forests The very air iis Iladen with the healing and Invigofatin breath from thepinei Pineqles bring health to your home ind arc a neE failing cure for all the above troubles Worlds Fair Visitors i Will profit byadding a trip to Colorado Utilior the Pacinc Coast touring thee delightful Rocky Mountain region via the Denver Rio Grande Railroad which has more scpnic atl ractions mountain resorts miheal springs ind hunting and fishing grounds than any other line in the world The invigorating climate of Colorado makes it especially in vititg fora summer vacation As health resorts Manitoii Colo rado Springs Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City aie worldfamed Low excursion rates prevail to Colorado and Utah via all lines allowing liberal stop avers att an WESt of Colorado points Through car service from St OolpradoUtah Superbdining Cars service ala trainsdeaotifRilL be sent free on applicition t j SK HOOPER G Po T A Denei CpL WhoODlnl Col- lIn h htthe spring of 1901 my childre had whooping cougb says Mrs Dt W Oapps of Capps AJ I usedi ChamberlaJiisjGQUgh Remedy withi the most satisfactory results I think this lathe test remedy 1huocVer seen for whooping coagh This remedy keeps the cough loose lessens the severity and frequency of the i couphlng spells aijd cpjinLeraCts any ialei I w Stock Notes I Chester Date the noted saddle oldtInndclass in Kentucky died suddenly ot indigestion early Monday morning a t the barns of his owner ET V McCormack near Hempridge Shelby countr He was thesire of me famocs Gypsy Queen winch was soidas a three yearold for 3000 As a four year old he won the rich saddle stallion stakes at St Louis He was the sire of more premium saddle stallions and fancy road sters and and saddle mares than any other horse in Kentucky At f22 years oldhe was valued att 5000 Fox and Logans sale ok horses and mules last week was one of the best of the seasoj About thirtyfiye head were sold ranging inprica from fifty to two hundred dollars The following are some of those that s ld for I over 100 Par of aged mules owned by W S Glore sold to J 6 Tadlock for 185Bay mare owned by JRobinson Huguely sold to J Hv Moore f5F1 1750 bay gelding owned by Enoch Burton sold to L Nortoii for 110 t sorrel mare owned by J T Dunn sold to J W Woods for 190 two bay mares owned by James Coulter sold to J G Cecil for l3755O bay gelding owned by Ceo Curd sold 10 J P Ingram for 200 Two bay mares owned oyf W Woods sold to Alford Boner and J I Hamilton res pectively for 12Cand 100 bay gelding owned by J T Mock sold to fRiP arce or160 bay mare owned by JA Wood sold tow R Denham for 140 bay gelding own2d by Pox j Logal1 sold to Wm Bonta for 16250 sorrel gelding owned by Chas Sutkla sold to W C Hat chttt for 11250 black mare owned by WH Cochran soldto J W Dunn for 120 three yer old black gelding owned by Dr Harry Moore sold to Sam Pope for 125 four year old bay gelding pwced by James Rodgers skI to Clay Dunn for 100 BREATHE HEALING AIR Hyornel Destroys Gcrms pt Catarrh and Cures the Disease Money Back If If Fails No other treatment for catarrlial troubles is 09 pleasant and convenient to use as Hyomei Simply put twenty drops of Hyomei jn the inhaler that comes with every outfit and then breathe it for a few minutes fourtimes a dand it will cure the worst case of catarrh In this way one takes into the air passages oflht head throatand lungs air that is filled with balsamic healing and antiseptic fra grance It goes fo the most remote parts of the air passages destroys all j catarrhil germs and enriches and purifies the blood with additional oZone 8 The first days use of Hyomei will show a decided improvement and in a short time there will beno further trouble with catarrh Its good eflects are easily gained and the benetlt is 1permanent You take no risk in buyingHyomei The feojnplete outfit COsts but one dol Jar and if after using you can say tbaVit did not givesatisfacti Wood Ii Campbell will return your money You haye the promise of one of the most reliable drug firms in this sec tion that Hyomei will cost you abso ItteIiiothingI if YOU can say It did not help You are to use it entirely attheir risk with the understanding that your money wilt be returned without question or argument if you are notsatisfied with Hyomei Bees Honey and Tar will prevent orlcure pneumonia it Will utterly stroy the germs of the dueasc It is marvelous ly efficacious in ever jr form of lung inflaniatioii tones up the ex hausted glands and builds np tho tiiiscriar tissues Cures all coughs croup whooping cough and expels colds in one night Try it Tore Off His Stripes Mr R L Oraq of Nelson yule an old subscriber to tIle Record was in Bardstown Mdn day and made known his politics Mr Cradywas a Uuion Soldier and fought for four year but that did riot maTte of him a Republican I He tells that when the regiment of which he was Sargeant was stationed atj Bowling Green ihere came one daya trainload ofnfgro soldiers and at a coach window he saw a negro Sargeant wearing the same stripes as marked his uni form Thereupon he tore Ihis off At dress parade his Captain inquired abort his stripes and- o being kId the reason of their disappearance threatened thatI if they were not put back Sear geaut Crady would be redvced to the rjinks Seargeant Crady re plied that he migtt be reduced to the ranks but that he cprtaih ly would not wear the same s ffila negro officer wore He 4 In ol5put back his stripes and he Vas not reduced either rRe ccrd MSff Early Riser The famous littltDills jrr THE DEATH CUP ILls DeAdly Fungus flmeiubis Ser eral Edible Mu hruotu Fcrbnps tbe most deadly of the ttiOll Bonous fungi of om woods nud 4elds la the fairly well known death cup Amauitn pballoldcs particularly dangerous from Its resemblance to severalr of the edible mushrooms though gath erlng fungi for the table should be undertaken by none save those thoroughly acquainted with the different species as It Js altogether toojeasy for tbe Ignomnt enthusiast to make an error which may prove fatal to his friends The death cup referred to has round cap white yellowish or green ish In colOr aud the stem has a swollen orIveil of a white filmy substance which parts as the staJV extends upward This stalk Is pithy when young but hollow at maturity and the gills of the cap which 1n the meadow mushrooms are pink or brown are white In tIlt deadly varletySas are also the spores which can be plainly seen If the cap Is laid gills downward era a piece of colored paper for aew hours TJie swollen or bulbous base Is a distin guishing characteristic and no frjgus of that appearance should be gathered for cooking One of the liabilities Is that these caps may be broken or without due observance of Its Ijase which Is Often covered with earth or dead grasses hence not distinguished from some of the lleplotas which however are never surrounded with the filmy veil of the death cup The poisduous property of this fungus Is largely the same as that found In the venom of a rattlesnake aud also In cholera and dlphtbcria and so far sci ence Is unable to produce any satIsfac- tory antidote atropliie the stomach pump and oil purgatives being about the only resources Washington Post A KOREAN CINDERELLA The Quaint Story of Pencil Bloaaom the Family Dradsre In l oreajtkc people tell a Cinderella story that la much wore ancient than that familiar to western peep Ie The key ot the latter story Is tbe slipper but not so theirs Peach Blossom the Korean Cinderellas name was tho family drudge One day as the moth er was starting ort with the favorlt daughter to a picnic shin said to Peach Blossom You must not leave until you have hulled a bagful of rice and lllcd theIBroken crock with water YhlIt sitting there bemoaning her hard lot she heard a twittering and a tlut teri1 of wings Looking up she saw a flock of sparrows pecking the hulls off the rice Befote recovering from her surprise a little Imp jumped out of the Urclilncc and so skillfully re paired the crock that but a few Olin utes of work wits required tto till with water Then she wont to the pie ale and hail a royal time On another occasion the mother said You must stay until you have pulkcl up nil the weeds Ii the field This time A cow came out df the forest nod ate up the woods in ten mouthful Peach Blossom followed the cow Int4 the woods and was led to where there was an abundance of ripe luscious fruit Gatherings large quantity she Went to the fete and the most welcome guest Iler jealous sister asked about It and on being told determined she would get seine of this fruit for herself When the next gala day came the sister stayed at howl and let Peach Blossom go The cow came out oif the woods as before uiid the sister follow ed It throfvh tangled brier and thorn bushes wjth the result that her face was much scratched and her gkia deep beauty all gone Exchange JI A Lazy Man On a hot summers day a gentleman who wes waiting for his train at one of our country stations asked a porter who was lying on one of the seats where thin station master lived and the porter not moving lazily pointed to the house jvlth his foot The rc tleirian very much struck at Ute mans laziness said If you can show me ajazior action than that my good manTll give you two and slj pence The porter not moving an Inch re plied Put It In my pocket guvnor Londot News Ucrfiille Information How much are these Scotch flan nels please asked a woman In one ot the large department stores one day last week v This lady will show thew to you airily replied the clerk indlcatinswlth an Indirfcircnt noduJlrl about three feet distant Biit persisted the woman I dont want to buy now I simply want to know how much they aru lOh different prices anti up was the nonchalant answer New York TlmcJ IntciiNO Cultivation One It Most of us are land 1001 There arc thousands of inohey making farms In thlrf country of less than ton acres cadissl a rule the small farms make the most m Miey Look at the prosperous truck gardeiiers Intense cultiva thoui does If George M Clark iieierjiaearh1 heavier horses than he has been using to do lila fa rni work pr fitaljly The two fur row plow the wJxlQ liarrow and other Implements require pow r One man with a good three horse team and mod workJnuelQuebnc I HISTORY OF THE ANCHOR VnTlOBB Improvement That llatsi Deen Made In Its Shape The ships anchors In general used up to the beginning of the last century consisted of a long round Irou slunk having two comparatively short straight tfrms or hIkes luollnod to the shank at an angle of about 40 degrees and meeiug It In a somewhat tihart point nt the crown In large anchors the bulky wooden stock was built up of several pieces hopped together the whole tapering outward to the ends especially on the aft or cable side About the beginning of the last cen tury a clerk In the PlyniQUlli naval yard Perlng by name suggested cer trtln improvoments the most Important i of which wa making the arms cuVved Instead of straight At first sight this simple change may seem of little value but consideration will show that this IU riot tluicase The holding power otuJi anchor depends on two principal con ditions namely the extent of useful holding surface and the nmoinit o vertical penetration The latter qual ity Is necessary oh account of The na ture 6f ordinary sell bottoms the sir face layers of whicirare genenillylc s tenacious and resisting than la the ground a short distance below In the year 1831 clisilp cables began to supersede the hempen ones with the result that the long shanked an chors hitherto In vogue were no longer necessary and anchors with shorter shanks and with heavier and stronger crowns gradually came Into use In consequence of these changes n com mission was tlppointed In the year lS3SI otulIIchorsnudbun was the adoption of the so calledI admiralty pattern anchor which con tinued to be usCd in the navy up to tie year 1800 The invention of the steam hammer In 1842 made the welding of heavy masses of Iron a comparatively easy and reliable process so that from this time onward the strength of an chars fully kept pace with that of the chajri cables which bad come into gen erai Use A number of patents for anchors were taken out prior to the griiat ex iilbltlun of 1851 and public Httentiqa having been culled to the models there shown In the following year a commit tee was appointed by the admiralty to report on the qualifications of anchoia of the various kinds Practical trials were then Instituted and as n result Trqtmana anchor took the highest place Hodgecs anchor being second on the list Sonic of the tests to whichl the anchors were submitted were of doubtful value such for InstunccUu facility for sweeping Nowadays however at all events for dfep ships in shallow harbors it lIs considered nil advantage for an anchor to offer as lit tin obstruction as possible above the eroundSciouce StIngS Food For Escaped Prlaoncrm In Siberia the houses In every viUage upon the main street facing the road have little windows vith shelves about six feet above the ground and on these shojvcs the inmates place whatever food they have to spare This Is a cus tom JiandeQ down from u former period toxald escapoil prisoners the shelves being placed at that height so as to prevent dogs from getting at the food The Home Makers If thVc are onlr three essentials o a home rcnuirklHl the pudgy llttlp matron after the others hail said their say toy are rugs hardwood floors mid a manChuicagoTrlbuneMlsiilncetl Old Gentleman to small boy who iIJ nursing n skinned knee Did you fall down little chap Small Boy Yer didnt think I fell up and hashed agio Ii cloud did yer Cnnnla Iu Knicinnfi Canals in England date back to an carly perlod for the Romans built two in Lincolnshire the Foss dJke forty miles long and still navigable and the Cuer dike The nest British made xa cal was constructed in 1134 by Henry I and joined the Trent to the Wltham It was toward the did of the eight ocnth century that the greatest amount ot energy wits expended in the building of canals mainly due to the puke of Bridgewater and the skill of his en gineer James Brlmlley In the lastt decade of that century a canal mania raged IleltnkiiiB nn Emperor Once so the story goes IEmperor Nicholas of Russia asked Lisztt to play In hla presence The musician com plied but during the performance tho czar started a conversation with nn alddecamp Liszt stopped playing once1 The czar asked what was ptItl msittcr jlVhen the empcfor speaks said Liszt every one must be Theiczar smilingly took the hunt and the pjTuylilE procofHlcdnc Nowadays people with red hail5 arc- SJilelmt envied It was not always so Ix Egypt for Instance the auburn licatied were rcgardwl wittu version The ancient Egyptians were so violent ly opposed to luuifrof this tone tht once a year they burned a maiden who possessed bright locks in the hopp of ext6rmlin tlng or lessening whatthy consjidurcd a curse Seiitlinent aside popple of the auburn head type have a vast adautag Tlu y are less hiableto baldnws than those who Own brown or black hair The reason thereof Is that one ml hair h 1as70000 red hairs the scalp Is well thatched With thesame nunibcr of dark hairs a person is almost bald The average nuinber of filaments that the prunettc belle has to comb and brush Is 102000 IIOWWE GUARANTEE Dr Carlstedts GermaoLiverPowdert To curt Constipation Biliousness Indigestion Dyspepsia AUIcria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhoea and Dysentery 0 r remedyIakebenefited enough to feel satisfied that you will bejcured by its use just go backto tlie druggist and tejlhim so and he has our authority to refund you evry cent you have paid him Nothing dould be IJ imp1er and tairer buttwe are so sure of the results of this medicinei i that we are safe in making thIs guarantee Dr Carlstedts Liver Powder is manufactured by THE AMERICAN PHARMACAL Co Evansvil b Indnd sold locally ppLHAYDON PhiUlilaeistI 7 J Winter hawthorn Blossoms The jlegend respecting the origin of the Glastonbury thorn is well known bow Joseph of Arlnlathen In visiting Britain on i preaching mission ar rived weary at Glastonbury and while he rested his hawthorn walking stick was thrust Into the ground how It at once begnn to grow iand ever after so the legend says flowered on Christ flitS day The thorn Is simply an early lowering variety of our common hawthorn That It does flower remarkably early Is quite true for a tree in the KoKal Botanic gardens Kew opens its t flowers between November and March London Knowledge DoliT so very ml tiutc in size asto appear almost incredible to those who have not actually seen the animal itself A well known writer on natural history speaking of this tiny member of the canine species says that it is precisely like those white woolen toy dogs which sit upon wlJenpressedtgive forth a nondescript sound intend ed to do uiy for a irltimate barki FixIR n flock A resident of IIorfda Sells this ptbry ot an old negro who came to a watchmaker with the two hands of a clock VI want yep to fix up dose hans Dey aint kept no correct time for mo 4six muffs Well whore is the clock n responded the watchmaker Out to my cabin But I must have the clock DMa I tell yer days nuffln de mat wid de clock cepting de bans An Itcr dey be You jjess want decI6ck so bhlrlceinl1 so sulpghc started off to find an Jioucst watchmaker DanaM Ten Book Charles A Paint once made a list of ten Indlsittiwrtble books They were Tie Bible hihakesppflre the Declaraj thou of Independence the Constitution of the United States Bancrofts His tots of the United States Irvings Life of Washington Franklins Au tobiogilopliy Channings Essay on Napoleon Bonaparte Gibbons De dine and Fall of the Roman Empire and Tarbclls Early Life of Lincoln Lack of Force More people faifffrom lack of force that from lack of fduca lob or op p tunitj says Success A man may rjwell educated or brilHantand yet to lack of force be a complete failure m ItmccLCdwithout force without capital but not without energy Xo Dother Whatever Do you ever have any trouble with the plants when your wife goes away V t risked the hatchet faced man sadly Notio whatever replied the cheer full chap They always die within a week after she leaves and nil I have to do is tput them away until she comes back Cincinnati Commercial Tribt tine CJiiic Out Strong at the End Chippy I wusnot at all up to the mark lust night tried to say something ggrecable but couldnt do Jtt somehow so at last bade thdm jjoodby Jones Alu then you did manage to say something agreeable titter ail Stray Stories inllcfis What made her faint asked the sympathetic old lady 0 Yladam replied the sour fact dI nilspjjynlsttherpwas a rood looking young imrn standing right behind her Town t1l1Jfounttyr ot Mourning Mrs Suburba There goes Mrs Touglunan Is she In mourning for tier late husband Mrs iCiumIt NQ only woaringf black for bimCtcctsctitl TimesStar jsicurionljit l or itevcotae Some years ago ri British warship visited St Kilda In exceptionally calm weather As the natives of the place Jcd never scon steamer the captain good l iiatuivdl offered to take thcmrar an hours crulsejvtilch was readily accepted by a great munOn their turn the captain seeing them nil stand tug in rows on the quarter deck nsked th cause lIe was at once informed lisAt they were waiting to be VOId Tie Secret Elopement HeWe hall best elope about 2 in the morning I will bring my motoioj thin uextcorncr and couldnt you make It a little tlSheOh Paaiid ma do so wantto and dont like to keep them up d late Xcw IJeflnltlpn of Principle fought the case not because I can pot pay but on principle explained a defendant in the Southward county court recently Yes I know sal Judge Addlsotj wearily In these courte principle Is another word for temper l DTfln fnkeJic Hint =ornOl towld lint Installment thot he nndeut iall so often meill ilIstressfDIdlU take the hint No mum in took the pipnny Vhtlndelpha Ultard To the test day sheilvesa woman 5 can never undvrstand how n nhuvcn worry about inhnoy mutters wheui tftt children nit doing so wcijnt school New York Irpi s A Nntnrnl itiijnpprcneniioB Yu say tUe atidienci laughed wlieii yoti recited ilarcb IJoiuarls1 to Chi M go t rYes tuswercd ifr Stormingtoii Barnes You when fcauie to they lines b ginnln Strlki the peoplw thought Ittts a lCcaluHusootWaslIngtcn Star When a man will kill hjmself beeausi a woman refuses to marry him it is coneluaivo evuline that time woman wai lyht BaUiuior Herald BEES Laxative 1WrJ HONEY ND TAR An improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and 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