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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r7 7uc Ivw rwI tiJ 1h M Uy f W f 4 NW1FDFRI 1 I Bew Serief VolxrNo2 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTS KENTUCKY JUNE 1904 hr I IsiooZ f A Ei r tJ IEiP1W k 1Clll JIlnTn I k BThoipsoRJr1 CO t i UNDERTAKERS AHD EMBALMERS tc1ri- in tock all kinii of Faaera MppUM PHONE 53 R DIRECTORY r SPRINGFIEID cotfnty seal of Washington Cpunty SSirHiiles south east of i exin ion 59 miles from Louisville on Birdstpjrn branch of Louisville and Nashville railrpad in I farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone tinesexpr ss office flour mills lumber yards Popuation 1100 population of jRepresentativej Idp D flv Smith Hod genville Ky Representative in Keutuckj Legis tliture Hori W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon 7 Harry Iincastert Lebanon Ky T County Irectory F CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth fbndax in February May and Octo w CEo fattest n Judge RX Durham Comuion vealth AU tbrIyy f JFMlCafflfpbfcll Clerk M G Le chman Master Commiss li oner V f QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court ihe1dozti1e third JConday in each month Btr Wtscy Judge f 4F t COUNTY couiiijCounty Cit arieets on ih D folirth Monday in e ch mouth LLitsey JudgeIW F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett JaUerJByron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham c Sidney Osborne ifR H Mullican Depuhas Ed Masters James T Moorf County Suryeyor L I Royalty Assessor1 V T P OBryan Deputy R 8ertNoeTreasurer J Montgomery Coroner JIW lush Sapt otr Common School PO Springfield JT CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge Grass MarshalJphn WLFc Grigsby City Attorney v JUSTICE thT Justice C4UrthX held in January April Jhl7 andOctdb- erChuch Directory CHURCHI1METhODIST Rev J D Ward Pastor Services en the First and Third Suudavs in each mouth atll Jtm and 730 pm Sun day School eyry Sunday atlOam Prayer meeting every Wednesday S might r v CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev PF Hennessay Pastor Ser vices rylSundayat Sand Ip1 oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev L Lleliz Pastor ericea- econd and fourth Sunday IB each month BESBYTEBIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latizner Pastor preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 1 pm1Sunday school every ttonday at 10 ito Prayer meeting verV TbUradav evenine at 7 QTcock t == Fraternal Ordeas 0 MASOJJIC LODGE Springfle lodge No 50 meet first and third Mouday in achlI onth- WashmstQuR A Chapter No 57 meet every Second Tuesday Springfiell Council ISo 52 rneets on every fourth Mdnday KNIGHTS of nx XIACABXKS Mectj rciv tit itr H n jntatLmon sss SSSS FIAMERICANS Ill1ILVRkTRU3L I WsxiIicMerc IP KJIfrLIGHTeII HIt e IrMftp- Lsvcrns J ale by C J HaydenFOr Drtt flDiJntim Li18f at au otft of the iwa3 r ac e remote ftbm ciTilizalion 1 fi1V II ollea irYln to iU 7 case of accident t pertiKHi jlti l1 rI Cuts Wunitl- U I ee etc JAiluppiy 0- BcklnsArUb1Yt t fli tile beet 01 earib f5e 0 lily J1j r vfr 7 H Hfi iro u A ROUND Of TLh1 IfI IIll Then And Now rL1Styear he on the rostrum stood his last dayin college He saw the gazlrfg world turn green With envy Xf his knowledge This time last year he was convinced That when hed once commence His bright career the great of yore Would look like thirtyce ts tA Gladstone he statesmanship A Sydney Smith for wit The world was waiting to be set Aright and he was It Demosthenes for eloquence A Socrates forloUe This year hes serving soda In a cutrate druggists store Avon IR 1Willat the WorldFair Was signally honored one day last week according to a dispatch which says that the daughter of the Presi lent of the United States sig nally honored Kentucky today Escorted by Lieut W Q Eeed of the Sixth United States cay aIry Miss Alice Roosevelt visited the Palace of Agriculture to seethe cabin in which her father spent three years which is a part oithe North Dakota exhibit As she passed the Kentucky general agricultural exhibit she j asked to stop and see the hemp and then as the Kentucky tobacco display was approached she stopped to see the miniature plant beds and tobacco barns Her inspection was complete and she was very complimentary Lieut Reed is a Kentuckian from Springfield and was very proud that the distinguished young woman should stop at two of Kentuckys exhibits and at no others in the building Miss Roosevelt has expressed the hope that she will find time to visit the Kentucky building having heard of the beauty of the new Kentucky home arid the hospitality dispensed 1m HE NEW SITE n nll passing along the town road past the entrance to the avenue leading down iinto the little valley whreliesa heap of brick and charred timbeys marking the site of St Cather ines Academy may notice team sters hauling sand and brick to a point in an open field barfen of shade or other environment a most forbidding looking place This so it is said is the site for the new St Catherine Academy and Monastery Very little has been heard of the intentions of the managers of the institution in regard to rebuilding since the collapse of the plans to rebuild Springfield and very little in terest has been manifested as to the intention of the management in that direc tron The Sisters may have godand sufficient reasons for buildiilgon the deso late looking spot but to the outsider these are not apparent The place is vety little nearer town it has no shade trees nor water yet available and it does look as if it would have been far more practical and economi cal to have rebuilt at the old site where many valuable improve ments are yet intact since the idea to remove to Springfield could hot be carried out How ever it is not our desire to criti cise the actions of the good sisters and managers of St Cather ine They no doubt have good reasons for their decision and the community is to be congrat ulated in retaining the institution iin its midst it IB AD WATERThG patrons 11 of the waterworks are pa tiently awaiting the finishing of the new filtration plant which is being installeat the new powerhouse that its effect on the flavor and perfume of the water fur nished through the pipes at pre sent may be ascertained The water this spring is very badIworse if possible than last summer but iit is expected that the filter will clear it of much of its impurity an4 it is sincerely to behoped that such will lte the case The managenient of tthe Water Company has spent a greatdeal of money in furnish ing water to its patrons in Springfield an4 ifliC is possible jdo so thy purpose to niShl pure water and totbapend prepared to spend more money They realize that the patronage l of the waterworks Can be greatly ementtolfurnish pure water which maybe used for many purposes for which the present Supply isi totally unfit r IXX le1gatesto the Stafe convention at Louis ville unmsljructed and so far as iis known the voters of the county have no very particular ljheNationalState t Large They of course endeavor to have their pwncoun tyman T S Mayes named as one of the delegates from the Fourth Congressional District As to a choice for President the county is probably for Parker although a evgood Democrats who have discussed the matter have been found to favor John Sharpe Williams for that honor There is very little ifany Hearst sentiment OOD BUSINESS An enter rise which promises to play a prominent part in the business interests of Springfield iis the new manufactory of Ho dapp Miller The machinery bf the new concern has been iin- stalled and although they are not yet running at fun capacity i quite a number tf hands are employed and tile output ofharJ ness is large The firm will sell only by the wholesale and as its goods have already been intro duced oh the market no trouble experienced iii finding a mar ket for the goods Messrs Hodapp Miller are bothmen with families and they have achij bought property and will make this their permanent home t v DO IT TODAY 7 i The timeworn iinjqnctonN- eAer j put off till tdmoirow what you can do today iis no j generally presented in this form Do it today That is theI1 terse advice we want to give you about that hacking congh or demoralizing cpld with which you have been struggling for several days porhapswpQks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that remeclybe Dr Bos chees German Syrup which hasjf been in use for qvr thirtyfive t years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough j or cold and iits continued use j for a few days Vvillcure you corn pletely No matter how deep seated your cough eveij if dread l consumption has attacked you lungs German Syrup will surely effjBCtacure as it has done be fore in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular t size 75c AtG J Haydons drugstore t tbis assured by pcrfectdigestion Indi t gestion Swells the stomach and puffs it up against the heart This causest shortueas of breath palpitation heart and general Aveakuees Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indipeetioii relieves the stomach takes the strain off the heart and restores it to a full performance j of its function naturelly Kodol increases the strength by en abliug the stomach and digestive organs todi est assimilate and appro i prfate ta the bjood and tissues all of thefoociu triQient Tones the stomach and digestive organs Sol1 t by all druggists I EoWs Us We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can nofbe cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Ve thc undersigned have known ii J Cheney tot the lastlS years airl believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finan cially able to catry out any obliga- tiOns made by his firm WAIDIG KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Eter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous auj faces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle told by all Druggists Take Halts Family PiUs for constipation Teiacci Statistics U i Totals les of leaf tobacco on the LQuisyille market from Jan iito May 31 1904 were 61 090- hhds against 09 224 hnds sold I c i111i during corresponding period o last year Total number of re jections since Jan IL 1904 were 7408 hhds against 10664 hhds rejected during the first five inonths last year Of the totalt sales this year 35633 hhds were Burley and 25457 hhds were darktobacco tFp to May 31 1904 we had sold 53194 hhds of the 1903 crop against 66912 hhds of the 1902 crop sold up to close of May last year Total stocks held in this mar ket May 31 1904 were 12073 hhds against 12608 hhds held at close of May last year Stocks were decreased during May 46 hhdsFarmers Home Journal StartlfU Eiin Fresh testimony in great quail tityis constantly coming in de chriogDr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J Pharland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes HIi had Bronchitis for three vears and doctored aU the time without being benefittod Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective incuring all Throat and Lung troubles Cons mptin Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c awl 1OQ for A lluui d Yaa l Far a hundred yean or more Witch Hazel has been recognized us a supe nor remedy but it remainedf E C DeWitt Ce of Chicago to discover haw to combine the virtues pf Witch Hazel with othert antiseptics in the form of a salve DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is the best salve in the vorldfdr sores cnts burns bruises and piles Tie high standing pf this salve has given rise to counterfeits and the public is advised to look for the name fDeWitt on the package and accept no otheirJ Sold by all druggists Bees LAXATIVE Honey and Tar is difRfffnt from all other ccugh syrups It contains antiseptic proper ties to destroy the germs solvent properties to cat the phlegm and laxative properties to cleanse the system neeti Lajtatirc Honey and Tar is a pleasant permanent cure for all coughs colds lung and bronchial trou Ics Sold bv Haydons Pharmacy Decoration at HillsboroHI- LLSBOUO KY Decoration iDay was observed here Saturday June 4th Due preparation had been made by the committee which had the matter in charge and they used every means to make it a success as it was the first ever held here The ceme tery had been put in beautiful condition by friends of the dead for the ocaasion The people from all parts df the county who had dead buried here came and many pretty flowers were strewn lavishly upon the graves of the relatives by thejr living friends This burying ground is one of oldest iin the county and a place where people dearly love to meet and the crowd preserit on this occasion was the largest ever known in the history of the place After decorating the graves as many as could went o the church where many beau tiful mid appropriatesongs were sung by the choir After devo exercises talks were made by Elders Sims and Sutherlandl The benediction being pronounced the people quietly leftI for their homes with renewed determination to live near to Christ and meet their loved ones in Heaven LILAC e Ay rs Sometimes the hairis not properly nourished t uffers itigray Ayers Hafirvigor is HairV16rha- ir i food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears My hair coming oxt terribly I lIatrVljtorrestored the natural rolorIMas K O WAiLand1ng a bottle drlst wfora 30 co LowlI Mesa n Poor Hair North Bend Budget By N EWSLEAPER Staff Correspon dent The Hon Geo G Gilbert Con gressman from the Eighth Dis trict iis 9 candidate to succeed himself He is being opposed by theHor Harvey Helm of Lincoln county and Col D L Moore of Mercer Col Moore seems to be making a still hunt while Gilbert and Helm are treatin the people to much oratory It will be remembered that Gilbert while the last tterm made a maserful oration mde fense of Kentucky but he said in a speech at Taylorsville re cently that if the people elected Roosevelt that this natipn led by the Broncho Buster would be plunged into Imperialism and from thence into the Deepp Blue Sea After Mr Gilbert closed Mr Helm in a masterful address dealt with facts as he said they existed and he urged the people to vote for him that he might help build the Canal and help to make the Pacific Ocean an American Sea- There is a great ado just now being made over the discovery of a well at Bloom field the water of which contains medicinal properties but the discovery seems to puno change on the people as they seem headed for Tatham Springs the historic fountain of Washington county in thj copious flow cit whose waters are found healing elements which when properly applied will cure chronic diseases that have long since baffled the skill of eminent physicians In J894 Mr D P Casteel says that he and W S Bunch while clearing some land found a ter rapin On examination it had the Utters W B cut on its hull Underneath the letters was the date 1855 On lea ng the story Mr Wison Bunch said thathe found the animal in 1855 that it seemed to be grown and that be inserted his initials and the date J ust how old the creature lived isnt known but it had lived more than 89 years During all this time it seemed to have seen very little of the world for ft was found about a quarter of a milo from where it was found by air Bunch Mr C C Reed qf this commu nity claims to be aProphet He says he has seen Jacobs Ladder three times knows the destina tion of each and every soul when it quits this sphere and in fact God has revealed all hidden mysteries to him Strange to say he cannot read or write but claims as did Joe Smith that beI has revelations from on High sees visions and is a tescherot teachers EPD f Worst of ill EiDericflces C anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the expet nence of rs S H Newscn Decatur Ala For three years she writesCll endured Insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death steraed inevitable when doctors and all remedies tailed At length 1 was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was mil aGuJous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered Far Liver Kidney Somach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only med icine Only 50c Its guaranteed by C J Haylon Druggist bceVLAXATIVp Honey and Tar Is the origlual Laxative cough cure it is thebCet laxative cough syrhp made Bees Laxative Honey aud Tar contains the antiseptic healing soothing and strengthening properties of the Native Pine combined wih other in gredienta in a laxaiive syrup made from pure strained honey Cures all coughs and strengthens weak lungs Sold by C J Hapdon An Alarm Clocr For 25c If you want tp getttup early and feel good all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest end refreshing sleep with a gen tIe movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howell Hous ton Texas savs Early RIserS are the best pill made for constipation Ilcltl headache bllllouacess etc Sod by1 all 4rurJu rotiBJIcmr spUskS4ksI Back Of Parker tqpCosmopqIitan cr have it on good authority thatI seven months ago in London the friends of Mr Morgan were an flouncing confidently that a man lhad been found who would beat Roosevelt a man by the name of Parker a protege and friend of David B Hill and that suffi cient money would be spent to corrupt the Democratic poliii cians and control the Democratic convention I could not believet at the time that it meaut more than an idle boast given forth by the disgruntled merger organizer If I had reflected on the power of money the unscrupulous de termination which these men had shpwnin the campaigns of 1896 1900 the endless ramifica tions through which money can exercise an influence if Ihad reflected ion the unstinted lib erality perntftted to those who gobble their tens of millions through government privilege I could have predicted with cer taint y just what has come to pass GOOJ SPIRITS lI t Goodspirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the I yerand all the fine spirits ever made In the Blue GraS State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandone il effects it produces You canjt havegood spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be ihffine condition if you would feel buoyanttl happy and hgpeiul bright of eye light of step vigorpus find successful il your pursuits You can pufrvour liver in fine condition by using greens August Flower t no greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure fordyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite housenold remedyfor over thirtyfive years iAugustFloVerwin make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At C J Haydons drugstore All Drnwsts ask the readers of this paper to test the valne of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have used it and who have been cured by It do not hesitate to recommend It to their friends Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia cure is pleas ant and palatable Sold by all Drug tilts Pineules is the name ofa uewidis overy put up in anew way a crtain euro for all Kidney and Bladder troa blesIRheumaUsmtLumbago etc You are requested to call at our store and let us show you Pinenles derived from the piaes Sold by Haydons Pharmacy BTIWIIDISS I Quitea surprise wedding occurred at the home of the bride at 130 oclock Wednesday after noon June I 1904 when Mr Edward L Doss and Miss Naomi Browne were united mtbo sacred lies of matrimony The ceremony was performed by Dr A C Graves pastor of the Baptist church in tne presence of the biides near relati74 Mr Doss las been here for several days He has aJegion of friends in Lebanon and in the county where he spent several tnonths about two years ago in the interesf of the Wrought Iron Range Co of St Louis His presepce was not surmised to meantbat he had returned to caim as Irs bride oneof Marion counts fairest daughters and the wedding therefore was a general surprise The bride iis the accomplished daughter of Mr John Btowne who recently removed to this county from Beechland Washington county having bought the farm of Mr JJ T Wood Sho is a sister of Mr larry Browne the livery man Her irieud cnn bje counted hy the number of her acquain tances Mr Doss and his bride left oh tbe afternoon tiain for Franklin Tenhessee where he is Jocated at present carrying with liiem the hearty c 1ptulatk ifcd lst w iabes of a host offr- v it JtpIS D OALrNltLL YRUP EPSIL3iU tfI UTI NJ I T Cistlyfirc The pretty home of Mr and Mrs C B Cleaver about one mile and a quartet from toip on the Lebanon and St Mary urnI pike was burned to the ground together with all it contain tonl- Monday night Mr and Mrs Cleaver were in town all the bqmebadback porch aroused Mrs Cleaver Mr Cleaver taking his shptgun started out to investigate abd as he reached the rerEnd cjf the house he found the porch a mug of flames Ife ran back into the hone and telephoned to town for help which was responded to by quite a number but when they reached the scene the fire was beyond control and they could only devote their ettorls to saving the outbuildings while the angry flames devoured thousands of dollars of property The night was still and the work of saving adjacent buildings was easily accomplished The blaze illumined the country for miles in all directions The origin of the fire was incendiarism A1 five gallon can of kerbsenfe was on the porch and whe4 Mr Cleaver reached the scene he found the entire contents of the can had been used to saturate the porch The home was brie of the prettiest and most SHO stantial in this section It was built eleven years ago by Mr J M Thompson at a cost of 2 500 Material was cheaper then than it Is now and today- the same building could I1Qt be erected ffir anything like that figure Tlae farm was purchased about a ycJk ago by Mr K C Daniels for 10000 Tha loss will amount to between 14000 and 4500 with insurance of about 2500 Mr and Mrs Cleaver have the sympathy of tall in their misfortune Tne burning was a dastardly deed and should the incendiary be apprehended he should receive the highest penaity which is iaade quate for the fiend who tires a building is worse than a thief or murderer ashs not only endangers the lives of the occupants but destroys the property beyond all hope of recovery The firebug is the arch fiend of criminals and nothing should be left un done to bring the perpetrator of this act to justice There is a clew 19 the guilty party and it is earnestly hoped that he will be eclEnterprise SEUIBLE VAYTO CURE OifAM Hyamel Medicates Al1YeM Ithcand Kills All Catarrhal cnss Cost Nathlni Unle It Cures Do Hot take medicines lato the stom ach to kill catarrhal germs in the head and throat AtraloiM can reach these germ8 Medicated with Hyowei aad breathed throagh the nat Inhaler that come with every oatfil the air goes to the most remote air cells of the headt throat and lungpandcompletelf destroyes the disease germi liyoMei ila theonly sensible yet scientific way to cure catarrh Other remedies may fail HV8B1d will cure It help at once and yok get the vitalizing aad fnvlforati g effects from the first few breaths ofHymei IffcihoHld happea that Hjomei dkl not give you tile same food cfects that It has in many th creases right heteat home Wood k Cajmt ell will rafwaS yoar moaey without question dcarfu ment You will be the sole judge as to whether Hyomei costs yoa a psi7 or not The complete outfit coasietigm of a medSciae drepper and lirtwler that cube carried in the purse or vest pocket anda bottle of Hydmelselta for only one dollar The Inhaler will list life time and extra bottles of Hjomtlcaii be obtained if needed for Itty eMt Whea you get a Hyomei o tntWe4 Campbell will give you a sigmed receipt agreeing to refund the 1It lit case it dees not care catarrh and other diseases of the respiratory oirgaas This is the strongest evidence takt they can ofer as to their faith Into Hrpra rpayfor ItthemselTcsjIncase at does not care Fed iJDlITile feeling of impendiBg doom in the many victims of Brlghts IiMae and diabetes has been chained to tkaskfalncsa by the bentfit derived from Uklug Toley KidneY Oe It will cure Izecipleat Bright dsC and dialMtM and cvwi in tha wtfrjtt caVei gives coifoE aare1lef aUght Iiaordsrssrecared isafAwdayi4IJ lIa dtaMLeIi itsnw M fo fiJi wrikt Mari Lee a rMV IutrM etffkt PIIZICtwIUStift Only three botiWvf IVrtey 1 XMnty Cur made aweUnu Qld1 W4Itt CPbdI IJSJ11111 I1qkl iJ OREiAELLtIROY4I p t8POWDER AUeI THEKtS NO SUBSTITUTE f HlstPICWill 5 J fAmong the archives are to be j found some very old tand inter t 1 eating documents On the will of the old county court officer W2S founl pitsted by liandtlofit since forgotten i copy of thf Will of George Wiwhin toB mother Mary Washiaf ton It is interesting to note the qain Less with whici before dispbs iJ lug of her wqrjjlj goexli she recommends her sQul into this p hands of her Creator hoping for a remissionS of her sins TIle r will is interesting but ofmach imore especial interest the poIplo cjf Hatrodsbr1sthewiJf to of the founderofour town This J will is on recorJ fully approved f by oathsof John Went and other 1 witnesses and sword to btfore Thomas Allini thea ilerkf ijr1793 This willbe in Mquaixit Iy almost as that of Mary WIsh i gtonccln the name of Gcx1f amen I Jame 1arrodQfMer cer county district oi Kentucky in perfect senses and memory dOhereby akauiiato be my last will and lestaaMfltlT Hetilst itemized carefalljr what shall beloug to his b loved rife7 Anti Harrpd lawk A 4Wellingcertain nerrcsea fur niture andstock juch as hogf horses cattle I sheep ic H then provides for the pajruvent of j his debts bv prdenB sold all or any part fhis land exctptiiig 4ttIie plantaiion that tract offland let tasaid wife AHB Harrod t Tpe residue ofbiset4te he left to his daughter Margaret irh t 1 must have been an only child He also left tin negroes an4 I kcDo rdeyttt to Margarett as well as all deW that inifiit be owinf to htna rA r Harrod was Aa4 eictrb as sociatcd With WillUm Moore oH 1 tNeI5t the seal of James Harrod with J the date 6f Novewbfer 28 1791 Quainter yea than tb ft q11 tint wiilsjs the iinventory til the per tliestate and skve Of tbe late Janes Harrod appraMl PebVcarf 5th lM Ttiat ti begins with 7 pjd books U r pewter dishes 16 plates ajidT small dtorllad goes cm through a long list whch would set the mind o a collector of suck things as uU pewter sIr ft biasm and ffurnituw tiDCtiaf to go relic huotinf o Mwbf f hereabout to Mii ttM in Thu list includes the i4frow iFlor and child Joe Bob fomaat Lydia sandwitclled in with fciii dkMtcks sntileet sphngag t i wheeil u1switc ii 1evea ray xor to aM wtbtnkiif they were peed to etber bj brave pioneer Tft flat appraised by ThoMas PaGeorge Bniih aad BoJsmIw t Beat and 1ffto M th wtll WM befp TfcwnMi MIlD t cterkI For coPT of twiilI s4ap f praiseaw V ire are Jodbied to Mr MereIbi r trllrodsburrHtnOd y rrWWould quklklj IIiJyOlakdD1 Kiafi yUU Pill1houaaot afertr have ptoyti4Mf iMWAtosi itlJtt Skit Md MttvoiHl gees ThyS Wool tad bii4 sp fw I1tl Q 25a 7 t J t CtI aoII o lI e Drufgi t f IiasiZaa Ii flc fur LThian1diWI but up in ble tube wI bask o ho a p t wbertjaost o ded Stops Wse pttestautlf and cures Sold by H y don a Pharmacy THE NEWHIADER vn1IITurUAY r I altAR m AOVAHCl s jl ILD KV If if miDAV1901fTjr CI au PwKT n- f t 1W1 MOS le lirlk iDa t1Ueltt6J t i sb JJAt rbt1bt aIIs ef toUr rlff ae I UMri1 1nt1 aM ulladh1 f rsmpeC t psui u1Jr v 95- 8F n 500 JWT lC Li DAT1 JUNK 919O4 0T Sw t ahcd t aoaes the t OM JMic U PARROTT h L Ilil at t u MO of StMrll fkbeg4 eiay lSbjCt toitbe aMi 1 ths IOCiU9 P1tY- iISd tofaMtlto ws aN athodMd to uocmctl J 1 OSBOUNEp M it f e tlrt oMoe of Sktrlff 1 WMhiuto oiMy It eJecWi- HjPeWe1tJIi Xrt SUI Aderofl- za4 Bwttrt IJmU lUbe hil dipSiSi et to tIH action of t MM DMMeratfe pctawry A fMt Ith Wi art alltliei tezoUflCe FRANK KEEN M a caMUate fortkebCe of Sheriff F mi wttlai c Qlltysobject to tfcc ictiwi of tlte Democratic primary J AIICI 1W4 If elected hisdep- utw111 Hit H Ifulllcan Henry RU GeOlfe Cttcwwugher and GNtnea waro asIa d- JIOance OIlOItGED CATLtTT M a MBMaU for rkettoa to the eac W Jabtrvf WasWb fto county sot Uth atto the Deoe- ntUe priory A tfttk 1904 We are zttbrze4to aauouHCe T P ORYANIr 1 can ttiate fertile oMce of Asses Mref WZSbIten county subject to tie actiwi ef the De CraUcprimary AHfiiie f 19t4 Your support ref spectfall solicited 0 p W are aiitWrixem to aaHOtllce W D CLkY3IOQKE ara cnn4LMte for Repces ttlatire in taimwerlk e of the Kentucky Leg frjiiktnre iron Wa htnfton county Iijctte the action of tlut Democratic pdaIT IIC tthIO4 Tbe Democratic State Conven foa was ealled to order at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon in Viie Horse Show building by State qbairman AllieW Young Liwis McQuown of Bowling Green is the administration 4 cifla date for chairman of the State Committees and J N r iCehoe is the candidate of the antiadministration forces It is rdbahle that the four national delegates will be Gov Beckham Senators MeCreary and Black burn and Congressman James Judge John M Lassing of Boooe county is the administra tkmg candidate for memberat large of the State committees to succeed Judge Samuel E Jones who does not desire reelection J xlJ3heiitei rather some of them yitttiaalie AOtber effort to com bal ilitnist Fhef Kentucky Burleyioco Ghnir rs Asso- ciatk was reorgaifized last night and will1te incorporated uder the wof Kentucky It I is iidthtibir rganization this p4iwiIhave7 strong sHpport Ftf iTb Government summary of tliecrop conditions for the past wItates that wheat and corn wfeced iin many sections from 1mihrain andja lack of sunshine Wheat harvest is on in tfie South Cotton has slfdwn ioipcoveKerit and tobacco looks fair1yweiL Ulttce H Credffcrs AH pffMM kholdiDg claims ti4 Uile of Martha A Obiihfy J ceased will present jftpiari rsp rly proYei to the n- n4r4erhii UorAey T 8 M7Ih BfnogMJ Kl1 ob or 9i Jill ist1 1904- ii L JBJI xect1tor oi Martha Glucow K FDNO2 Sfriif eW Ky t TUAt my pUot imite above HXUs it tt e J r old bmy filly ikbID On byprong w r uiiWiliWlW HHWi NewsFrornl The Countyt t = kt = 7 i I Hapttnliii Amon the ounty Pcfile us Reported by our C rrespRdeRtsS 1 nA nf nma fl aaaRJIrCIC ScrnisvIIle Mr and Mrs L H Jenkins and Mr and Mrs W BScat6 Vjiitef Mr ndMrs H TI Scruggs Sunday afternoon Among those who attended the decoration at Hillsboro Saturday afternoon from this place were Messrs Hartwell Eth ring ton and wife W SrBrawley and wife Edward Farris and Miss Dora Crouch Miss Debby Hardin is at home after a few weeks staY with her aunt Mrs Lucy Mattingly at Mooresville The meeting held at this place by Rev Fitwater of Harrison county clcsed Sunday night He delivered some most excel- lentl discourses to the people Mr Pete Hilton and family of Valley Hill are atbedside of his moher Mrs Phoebe Hilton who iis very lowjit this writing Valley Hill Several of your correspondents have been grumbling about the cutworms apd crows but we are glad to say that neither have bothered our crop this season and the result is the best stand of corn for several years WF Morau and wife were at the home fJ F Efead Sunday Mr James McElroy and wife of your town were ia our midst Sunday WJCMr Palmer Grundv Sunday James Moran and ClydeGoat ley were in the Hillsfcoro neigh borhcod Sunday Edward Goattey and wife visi ted relatives at Maud Sunday Gilbert Donahue and Edd Kelly were in the vicinity of Hillsboro Sunday evening IV E Elliott and wife were in Louisville SnndaV Mr George Tucker and daughter and Mrs Palmer Goat lei and daughter attended the strawberry supper Satoirday night t While at the home of WSP Montgomery last week Mr Ad Buckman was stricken with paralysis whch resulted in his death His remains were taken to Frederickslown for interrment Owing to lack of plants several of our tobacco raisers are be hind with their crops Pleasant Grove Miss Mary Agues Thompson a most charming young lady of Chicago is visiting friends arid relatives here Nannfe Thompson has IMiss onIof Springfield accompanied Ibr their families spentSunday with the family oiMrS C VariArs dale Dr Rodman Williams and Miss Davis VanArsdale and Mr Erastus Trent and Miss Grahani VanAsdale will spend Thursday at Tatham Springs Messrs George Robertson Jr and Watheh Simms of Spring field were here Sunday afternbonr Miss Annie Peters and mother of Springfield visited at the home of Mrs Nannie Leachman last week Mrs Bertha Ewing of Perry ville visited Mrs Sallie Gregory last week Mr Nat Thompson and sister Miss Bessie visited friends in Mackville Sunday Miss Naomi Browne of Lebanon whoas married on Wednesday June 3dIrtO Mr E Lacey Doss of Franklin fern was from chijdhood until the first of this year a native of Pleasant Grove and many friends here were very much surprised to hear of her paarriagc They all extend warm congratulation and msy their patti be adorned with happiness and prosperity is the prayer of the writer Messrs Jeff Goat Y and Jaaae Moran of Valley HL sptBl Sunday wuh Haik fcJhehan and Peter Patrick The Fur Company is buying a ragelprice fpJ1ctj ath ir eJ i PUK- 1S rIq CC1CC co I i Mr Duncan Leachman visited rjendsl in DanviUe last wt eek and purchased a horse of R E God aara of Burgin for 100 This special department of the- N wsLEADER certainly owes the ladies of Pleasant Grove an apology tor the false alarm it set afloat m regard to them being affected with that most dreaded dicease Gossip for not in i he history of this good old Grove were our fair damselsl affected with any such pestilence Peace and harmony reign supreme we know iioi politics nor religion Mr D R Litsey and Miss Elizabeth Leachman have gone rto Danville to visit friends for the next two weeks Mr Stanley Edwards of Fer ryville iis spending a few days with Mr Nat Thompson We are glad to report MrxJ C Taylor who has been ill for the past twp weeks much better A popular young farmer of this neighborhood has slowly but surely caused the black veil of defeat to drop over the aspira tions of that young andenergetic M D who like the last roseof summer has held ou long and well but must fade and vanish from the path of winters chilling blast Nations have risen and fallen men haye done llikewise See who will be the next to 101 low the example of the rose arid the Nations Gossi- pMOORESVILLE Born j on June 1st to the wife of las Armstrong a 10 pound boy Born on June 2 io the wife cf Chas Butler a 10 pound girl Owing to last week being a damp week a large acreage of tobacco was set out Mr Jeff Cox lost a valuable mal e one day last week It was valued atl5O Cause of death unknown Two of Mr Donovans chil dren are visiting their grandfather Mr Jas Cull Sr There seems to ba a difference of opinion in regard to the Asses ssors race out here but the major iiW of us Democrats are for the newxticket I Sheriff I Mr4IV Eddleman and fami ly spent ast Sunday in Louisville here wan average crowd at New Hope last Sunday to hear Rev B F Adfcfas preach Miss tout e l ettle left last Sunday for Louisville Nelson yule and other points She will be gone abqut three weeks AIfor one dollar Last wetek he refused 110 for the same colt There will be nc more meetings at New Hope church until first Saturday in July wnen a minister win be called for another yeaiLitt1e Albert U atley fell out of the barnloft and bruised him self considerably Messrs Jas W Graves and sWappedfarms difference Possession given January 1st Mn Walter Grigsby and wife visited relatives at this place last Sunday M rBasil Cull of Spencer county visited his fatherat this place last Saturday Messrs = Ernest and Elmer Goatly visited Mr Tiios Kelly near Fenwicklast Sunday It is repor ed that a wedding will occur ths week If tl is proves true will report same ih my next Hillsboro itWe have hadan excellent sea sonibr tobacco setting during tbe past weed and fully two thirds of the crop was put out On account of not haying plants it will require another season i settiog1Plantsw AIoplIarejIIJastI brother SODd yl T KeeCThousets1ieoeehcnyou feel bil- Joulordizzy The act die rwly ontHe1verc IUCIINGHAISIlYEJ Tf I SSS i LJSTalkin Lay a machinist of Lexington who has been yisit ing hissister Mrs Cordie Oder has returned home i It Mrs W T Leachman of Fair field accompanied by her little son DeWitt visited the family of Z P Leachman severall days last week Arrangements have been made for Mr Burkhart to move his saw millon the farm bfJ M Shields in a few weeks A large number of logs have already been cut with more to follow which will make jit a large set The present indications are that several new buildings will be put up during the summer J M Shields Ben Mcllvoy andl tolbaccoI who has purchased a part of the Clark farm from Dr Smock will probably build a tenant house on it The many friends of W D Claybrcoke are pleased to know that he is a candidate for reelec tion to represent our county He certainly made a good record at the lastsession of the Legisla ture and he is regarded as a young man with a bright and promising future Will knows how to make friends and matters not who may appear against him for the nomination this community will go its length for him I Evan Armstrong and Coleman Settles have bought new buggies and from the many smiles that maybe seen playing over their faces it can plainly be decerned in their magnetic eyes that they are longing for meonetoride- by their side Sj llookout girls Misses Jessie Noel and Mattie Montgomery and Messrs Isham Cheatham and Leslie Shewmaker attended the strawberry supper at Willisburg Saturday night All report an enjoyable time There will be an ail day meet ing at the Burnt church just over the line in Nelson county Saturday June 11 Addresses will be mad by yourcorrespon dent Lilac andRevs GV Todd J A Sims and C C Allen Dinner will be served on the ground and everything done to make it a success Let all attend and enjoy the day One of our young men came near meeting death the other Sunday evening while outdriving with his best girl It seemed that the young coupe had reached house where there was a crowd of jolly young folks and they decided to join them and as the Oyoung man stepped out of the buggy his feet slipped and in falling his head passed through the spokes of the ore wheel of tho bug y and the horse started to go bu the young lady took in the situation arid sprang out of tflq buggy seized the reins ttt and stepped the horse and res sued thebadly frightened young man Tfanvone has any doubi aoout this being rue ask Prof J T PratherC The public school here has been contracted toNrof Ocenith Peter of MackvilleNlntead of teaching six months ths fall he will only tedch fur months of the public school leavinktwo months to be taught in Ntie spring by him or some o her teacher The district will try and supplement tbe spring term one or two months so that the children will have the benefit of more schooling Now if tte trustees will see that all send as required by lawit would be a good idea EJer Pery R Campbell of Harrodsburg will begin a meet vednedynightla young manbut is a graduate of the Bible College Kimberlin Eights Terin and later took a course in oratory at Washington D C He is saidto be one ot the best speakers of the Chris tian denomination While a beIBPoChristian peopre and predict for him igxlmeetingS LILAC flreePlisfclais ireaWHii filtoif SSKCCSS W L Yancey Ptdacth Ky write J had a sfovere case of kidney discMe and three of tbe bet physIc oa in Kentucky trcalMie without surccs 1hItirat bo4tk gay 1iuiiM relief and thrs ttJc 1M pera aiity- I tMty rcoasiaend tbU wowtartet e ttIo1d by W od CswpblL I 1 Disuse takes no summer tVftcafion If you need flesh and4 strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Stud for free fteISCOTT DOWNE ChemI4CMIC Pearl Street New York soc and 100 all dru1Su 7 OddMle of La Featalae Lti Fontaine the famous Frenct poet and writer of fables was a nota ble example of the eccentricity of Genius When he lost his entire for tune a lady wbo was one of his Ijest friends find an ardent admirer of his works bastcned in alarm and distress to lud him She met him In tbe street penniless and cheerfnlfYou must come to our home she snittSI was going there be replied and theu began a visit which prolonged it self into years during which La Fon taine never seemed to be tr ublclbYI a thought that he was dependent Nor tUd the lady or her family have any other feeling than ode of delight nnd pride that he made his home with them Some one adopted one of his sons when tub child wag a baby Knowing that the boy was In good hand be seemed to forget nil about him Years afterward at a dinner party he met a young wan whose wit and cnriu of manner pleased l i jrr2t jWhthat Is joyr sour he was told Indeed I am plcased to hear it was his remarkable reply The Prairie Dog An old cherished superstition about the prairie dog Is thus ruthlessly brushed aside hi the American Natural History by William Jr Hotnaday It Is not true thajt the pralclc dog lives in peace and harmony In the same burrow with the rattlQsuake and bur rowing owl The slakes would make short work of the young pralrle dogs and tbe latter wdild quickly kill the owl It Is safe to surmise that when a deadly and quarrelsome rattler In vades the home of a prairie dog fam ily the latter speedily seeks a home elsewhere The burrowing owl Is in tbe habit of taking refuge In abandon ed burrows and nesting In them to save the labor of digging a burrow for It self In tbe Philadelphia Geological garden Mr A R Brown once tried the experiment of associating burrowing owls and prairie doss The owls were Immediately killed and torn to pieces by the dogs Ferdlaaaa The first half of ibis word Is feorb youth or life The second half Is a little uncertain but wnt be conjec tured to be probably nanth dartug It was tbe Spanish Goths who gave it its earliest vogue lIp the peninsula as Fernando or Fcrnan San Fernando king of Castile sent it on to Aragou and thence to Naples where it became Ferdlnando and liguresin The Tempest accordingly ag Ferdinand With Ferdinand and Isabella its fame grew worldwide Again in Sputa itself it became Hernando and Ilernan in which last shape It was Immortalized by Cortes Who would have suspected the conqueror of Mexico of bearing a name which on analysis turns out to be pure AngloSaxon Lon mni1s Mage ii1cSNew Years Saperatltloa The following superstitions in connection with New Years are still be lleved in various parts of England Ireland Scotland and Wale On New Years morning go to a wet or foun tain and leave nl apple and nosegay find the water will keep fresh and be more wholesome all the year If a lark complexloned man crosses your thresh old first on New Years day you will be prosperous if a blond unlucky nndlIf ti redheaded man dire dlsas ter will sure ly Collowi Before locking the door fdr Joe night on New Years eve place a gojd coin near It n11t11 let it remain there until the church bills ring the next morning and you wl have plen ty of money all that year So strong Jy the belief In this last adage In sonic places that dark complcxloued men are paid a small gratuity to call early und walk through the first floor of the bouse eqtcrlng by the back door and leaving bj the front Waru Iro pce- tMrIIardnutI admit sir that my life has not been what It should bo but truly and unselfishly love your daughter and If ever I glve her n mo ments pain I hope Ill be made to suffer torture for it Old Gentleman warralyJOh you will You dont know her FUbiasr DowntrenmS The fish always He with their noses upstream and their eyes looking for what tbe water brings down There tore be natural and send the lure down I the real fly would comu Gating Cupids Rebenrial HeYou didnt seoul startledwhcn F proposed to you Sbe Ng 1bave so often dfhflincd that you proposed to I jo Detroit Free Tress Turkish vomen eat roue leaves with butter to securouwpucs8S For flub7i Eye Shopman You wart a nice tuotto to hang up in the house mnnm How would Heaven Bless our Home or uNo Place Like Home Ndo Severe nlllWbntLate Than Never clterI fhaibBJ ilts toiich an4LinfTablcs EtIcr 1bal a pocsars PrescriV HOD j Mr j W Turner of Trubart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anythlrg he oould get from a doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a medt gratifyIngbiliousness or constipation his whole thutouId be used in preparing this j OM ttedicine For sale at Hoydens1 dmfstor Pliesalve acts like a poultIce Thefr is ao sore bOn or abrasion of the skinI Fincsslve wilt not cure Pinesalve draws the ire opt of a burn iMtantly and teals without leaving a scar 8 Jld by Haydons PharacyMrAR rn Iar c Svle Agents for Old HickoryS 2 and Siideiaker aQna rJ Jleadcjuarters aBushelWS I f i r L Q t 1 ri t m jr It 2 Buggiese lmp FTRMSUPFL1ESSPRJOFIELD 1 aM Field dfJ ff l Wehlndle B of alltgrad tosuiSthe purchaser P1ow j t r Calll and eixnmi ofEarJess Collars t WGrk Gear ts- Ip tJ SEED OATS Cash Paid for HIDESand FURS COmmissioners Safe James IJ Burns adrar c Pif KEqtyTeliaByviitu3 of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit termthereshall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyt ON MONDAY JUNE 27 1904 beIlngbidder at public auction Upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property towit Beginning at a point on the Willisburg and Chaplin turnpike road corner to James Scott thence witb his line as follows S 40Jw895 poles to stake in drain tthence down and with said drain as it meandersS36 w 225 polesbenceS54 S 52 w 1168 poles to a beecn on side of the drain corner to said Scott thence tip the hill running wtb said Scotts line S 8H E Ll poles to stake on the ridge hence S 2JE 221 poles to a snag on a branch corner to Pn ther and Yocum thence down and with the meanders of ami S 39fw 6f poles S 54i w 3 15 poles S 2itw 3ipoles S UJf w 7 poles S 31 w 5 poles S 45 w 11 Poles S W w 6 poles S 45 w 14 25 pales to a stone just above a leaning sycampre on the North side of Water Run thence thence down same leaving same 2 3 on the left batik as you go 9Q poles to a stake oppt site mouth of the long branch ihecce up and with the meanders or same as follows N 30i E 161 poles to a small oak near a water gap N 2 E 2741 poles thence N 261 E 18 poles to mouth of another bran h thence up tl Q right hand fork ft BIt E lot poles N 33t E 151 poles thence N 311 E 17 poles thence N 421 E 19J poles to a beech snag thence N 4E 24 poles thence N 49 Ej 18 C8 poles thence tf 20 El830 poles thence N 46 J E 4 poUs 41rolealso corner to Cheatham thence wito the fence as it nowjstands running on the Chetham line leavipg the fence on Burns side S 69 E 13i poles thence S 74 E 386 poles thence Si7E345p- oies to middle of said Rike thence with middle of said pike 36 92 poles to the beginning con taining 731 acres For the purchase price the pur cbasei or purchasers whh approved executeIwillbe required to comply with tbese terms M G LEACEMAN M Cw c c Commissioners Sale Essencth Howelc Plff vs EJqty Charles W Oder c Deft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of tbe Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 Iri tbe above caasi shall proceed to offer for sale at tbe Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY JUNE 271904 air or about 2 oclock pw beIng county court day to tbe higbosl bidder af public auction upon a credit cf six months the following de scribadproperty towitSA tract of land lying Washington county Kyon tbe waters of Mayes Creek and bounded on the north by the lands ofZ P Leachman on tbe south by the lands of Felix Noel on the East by Mayes creek and on the west by the lands of Z P Leachman and the lands of Joseph Clark deceased a ul contains about two acres For the purchase price the pnr cnaseor purchaser with approved security or sureties must execute bond behnriiig legal interest from date of sale untij paid and having tbe force and effect 61 a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these tetnag M G LEACHMAN Mi C W O C Smolin JII p4r laf3Z1Ie Is courting death morVauddenly but not more surety than neglecting ney dUordeni Voleys Kidney Ours illcute a slight disorder a few days ana its continaed use WI cure the most obstinate case It has wed many oplf of Bright s disease U diabetes who were thought to be iw urale If yai Rye kidney or bled t f troub1efco1nce taking FoIle Kidney Cnro today before itiitte- a1e f t Sold bjr Wood mpbcll rOt a 1vS I Phone No 20 nMtoc wKhMt lki- eerypckacIIN I aCarloacl tUi11sde I Buggy t a a a p DioIIarrou lifer Chilled QWENS= = = R I N K n Ml t2URE FOR CHILDREN regulatesthestomacbstopsJcryingt jsaYj while HU bcontrol him op Owens WClsaeemedJ saved bis life I cannot i It baby Ikec Mrcss THE MEDICiNE CO DETROIT wi II tf7 II1 teething beyond UTMtronr FLOYD FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Jior sal by Haydon m tSlapitaliststS a1oigthe lines the t t Dod Great Southwest c lIJJI r Direct lines to r M Indian 1 Territory Through Sleeping ind Free Reclining Chair Cars dsxaeseeken Excarsioas fijrsraMhtkiri Taes4y a ucla IINtItL r Descriptive literature mapS folcJ retc onapplication hi C TOWNSEND Ctoal PaBjer ndTicket Agent LOUISaT jS CROCODILE FISHING lajrtiilou 2IrtIi6 tAt EcJMtir Used lu CRtcrugttJtaa corrcsoutleut of the Writing ou the pursultrOf thcjcrpcodlle In the Mtilncutstniit dcscrlbsi the In gciilous method of itching he bonst adopted LJ1u uatlvea of Ute Kwlah rive lIe says Asjimll bnijiboorirfjt some two feet square suIr mounted byn red flag white the und rsltie of the nut or tipat rjm twenty or thirty ynftls pf s out line ending in P few feet of chain this chain the barbed hook of hird brassS metal Is attached by three f et twlatc d fiber In order that the Hue ligaments may get between croeo dUes teeth uncl Urns prevent his Snap ping ort the bait the alt uk of book a live fowl Is made fast together with a short length bambpojto gve H flotatlun and then the raft lIne und bait dropped Into the rlvc LOudly s till unfortunate fowl ora lurcsboitIInIdlsj piicimi und then the in on return to their homes leaving a boii to mark the of the Iloatlng Ungv Next day or the day affcr half a dpfcen nicU paddle down stream unllltthey sight the raft Tbeu taking the line asuorc they haul Tiway and as by this time the hook 18i firmly entangled In tbe crocodiles intestInes he shows but ift tight and is easily dispute il I THE HALIFAX GIBJET 1 Sert ef Guillotlae That Weetela EMgiMthl Ali nnelent laV of Ilaidwlik forest a tract coextensive with un1Ifepar ish iIs sung Taylor the waiter poet j At Halifax the sharpc d6thidealc That etcate whoso more than thirteen doth Tiler have a that wcsflcousjqulck aud Ie vcnorthelle j l This Jtn resembled the UOUHf f la construction and stood OK IJouer scaffold unearthed when C bbetklfl j etLlIketLl 11AIIUqgihh t was lastpsctlu 1010 mid the MtaWeu for Lord Argyll iftjlqitlf allfsou In 1O8 5 who spote e It ai HM sSrHKcst maiden 8rko Ii Guillotine dki not tav 4t the l chlnK Dr Lpyls cpiisJrucittV tlJUtt k T Weas- Coal in 11Y QuantityIt from or 4 I I Tornado ttI Plflis n Thre pIe are seykckKaistiimdwp IIfSaI45ICbtiN SOcforhtdilfestlSOfriSaIQ lft f C J Pharmacist J of tr3tj nONI t Jia AYillrl Ilfl UITj al rc t I OUT t System Missouri Kansas Arkansas j Louisiana and Texas rIl cousiriivtcd rom To Ihe On the of iuuwls progress tic cd A by law so cnoo Jin hta iit j IV ate f i O R Pullman R T MATTHEW TTrayUeg raeeegeL 11 5H LUIIVILL t lowestrIflalsjyer Mate lo lie Soitl WBSst via tbeRt li1UF co q ntet ci re you interested If so get ready and take Kdvaulaige aLth lowest rate ever mttdq to Askan sas Texas atd Ind1anwOk1ah- oma i Territories Tickets OA sate from Mempliisii StLoui and Chicago Febriatl IGtlt March 1st aiaud April 5th andlStb Call ckiur nearest ticket aget oI1ess itl r1i fi Eu Dltict P ii4entil Jt1 t iflCinatiOihio-l hut tno iQiiison4 put nie N1mtgiiillotlitp became gcacW fwm burst of surgical enthuslasnfi Ii vfifcli Dr ciuilIotiiieIn i7Sheftir dcploring the 2tcdl us tort rcof kazigg tx- cnlmcWti1 my iiineklno Ii trkiOft 3ouihd hi the twliikllasr 0f ca eye andyou neycr cc ItLdo GlobeS SECOND WIND i f lje f fIt Ceriee Witch All e oCeljf Jii Ji PynTbc ollowfyg Js n expana- tlon w1iaInowieeecoedwlik1 In ordltfar breathing Ve nse 9iy a portion of our lungs tko cells attbt extrcii4ty beIng brughtInto play This Ik the reams why tlKjse who are iiot Ju fralniug wiicsfliey iiy to run for any distance sofmfbegln to gasp and unless ihey tire reselatc enough to PerSeVere jl spite of this cUojijng sea Litton tiV foieed fa stop vlnit It they nensevcto the ClioIng fwti at and ctMtlllose his briatk butcan run in vouifort as 1oiiga ldskiII wl wny kim nefuct is UNIt di atartiMg the farthest portions ofKtbe lUliUfl ci okd with air and the resiLaJ r ite MltuppllICU04ii4 to uieet the it crs tMi efrvdU tkMf lInduced fey ex rcis Jtx decrees bower 4he p eatC bus i intttIsii so thMbi the qnJeIhei W1114IIb DRJEJDRTONJ 0 r ft 1DEMrDENTIST rTEETH EXTRACTED YrrHOUT PAIN onc 1Ileek1IpakJN B fIJfQED ky All Efcritil Work Strictly FirztcIss DBJ H LAMPTON It OFFICE tJJ Opera House milJ SIOCK SPRINGFIELD KY i 4 OFpjODr Ittnebarti for itr ottcM Over Peoples Depositi Bank OCoe hours 12 to 2 pw WFGRKSBYA- TTOHNE AT LAW Ottc jovr People kaleJBPRINQPIELD KY A DP SL W ttroeu 4DENTIST All kinds of dental work Teeth extracted withoutpain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord Phone 50 SPRINGFIELD KY 4 TMjthTT H D f SPRINGFIELD KY Office m Peoples tank ulldingf I Reatdcqce 93 TeIe7nes f Office 95 AMES GRAVES PRAOTICAr la 1aker aodtI Jeweler J Carjieis aliueof ajfcehps Clocks and Jewelry RepalrinaSpeI daily Located atT W Simms Jr old law office opposite Court House Springfield Ky JOHN Y MAYES fOIEjULL DIRECTOR m mmTELEPHONE DAY 10 NIGHT 74 SP8MGFIELD IT 0 l UaveYYouu nIfyih TO EDO Ics caUup JL ALLEN atihe DepotcFR1HT ANOTRUNkSC I Hauled Furniture Moved and anything in the liatiling Hn2 done carefully and ata reasonable rats 0PHON 22 tItst of high culrture to say the greatest matters in- thesimplest way ITSddFJItijiJ JilT TONICb It FOLEYS I KIDNEY cOREr Will cure any cage of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not t beyond the reach of medicine fttVEN UP TO DIE JI1bIeeeL N TirgialaSt Zyauylfle I hdwritMi Forertr foar rears IWM trobe4Ukakk1aeyzMWad4rsEetIot Ilost sh t awaaWtowork Thrphys4eli jiUe4 0 MJulcllwaaifttl up to die ForXi4ey Cnn KW- SVrftl NeOM ud tit s An vectHt rel mad after Uktec tlM aewg We IwasS4Ur17 cued Two MMs SO CaU and flei 4 NsiusFvSaIejj If you eoit plate moving to tow togo into WHoeM or to 4 educate your chUdrea call oo us W ivbtve ooe Ifiice town and IpSoarbfctt properly for sale and a t Ciin i toPd es reasonable SKARCY JJEIKIRK JBUone 121 c 1 JI TOWN I iiVfi fiHidLocal Happenings of Interest The Freshet and Latest I 111I AtaitYourstir Friends Acquaintances laMH lM Daily papers at Wood Campbells Oils of all kinds at Wood Campbells Leaveyour laundry with Wood Campbell t Send in your laundry on Monday WOOD CAMPBELL See our nice can slice Pine Apple at 15c can at Campbells Use the best flour in the world that is Obelisk at Hagan Bros Try our flavoring extracts Wood Campbell See our nice lamps in front window fOEl tj Campbells grocery Fort matp cabbage sweetj potato plants arid flowers call onl E A CoxJj f See our display of nice cakes they are fresh and nice at Campbells If you want a gipod lemon or vanilla extract grto Wood Campbell 7 See our Queensware and get prices A nice set plates at 35c at Campbells Pure evaporated pickling vine gar Bt 20 cents per gallon at ONans grocery House paint floor paint car xinge paint and all kinds of paint at Wood Campbells We are paying highest market price for wpol Call and get a sack Robertson Bros Horns grown vegetables re ceiv 9 every morning Hagan Bros Boys dont forget to ttake the girls to the ice cream supper Friday Sweets to the Sweet Everything in my store at half price A nice selection on hand Mrs William BORNOn Wednesday June 1st to Mr and Mrs Albert Lake a daughter Why be worried with flies when you can get Spreen Doors and Windows at Bfa an Bros We are still selling furniture cheaper than anybody in town Get our prices at l Campbelis grocery L Born t9Mand Mrs J F ns Tuesday June 7 a bouncingjbaby boy Mother and chhd doing welli 15c cam fo PolksDOttgive etc when you atlCaj TFOR00 carriage only useda few timek Will sell a bargain THE CAMPBELL Buggy and wagoh timber on hand and repairing done Also uggy trimmings on hand WH BOND Try a pound of pur 25c loose kIfasthave had for a long time you at ampbells grocery Ladies base ball team the StILouis Stars will line up against I Springfields crack team Tues ay June 14th at Graded School all park Admission 25c Grain cradles repaired andreJ uilt I also have gome newJ hand made ones for sale at HayJ don Barbers store t W H BOND The base ball clubhaving corn leted the new grounds is now to cross bats with a1li anticipaingthis season 0IplaceYaybih and about 12 years old Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded by GEO W TEJWELL ju22t Chaplfn Ky jatthei j last Saturday evening was success A good crowd ded and was pleasantly uitel tained During the music from young HatHes of the TOPICS t i church Over 50 was realized 1rom the sale of refreshments Try Hagan rqsc specialII roast Coffee it is extra fine Hagan Bros Now is the time for new dishest and toilet sets the largest stock ever carried in Springfield at Hagan Bros Dr Cpleman L Adams opaned his Class in physical uliu re Tuesday night with a class uiirnt oering over 20 He will give a lesson every nightfor4en n ghtsI 4uctfoueer S M Campbell re ports Harrodsburg court as4 being a dull one About 100 head cattleon the market Several plug horses were sold apd lots of old buggies from 250 up lThe trustees of the Springfield Graded School district met Monday and fixed the tax levy frI the district at 50 cents on each one hundred dollars worth ofe property ard 150 poll tax tfnich is the same as last year i OBryan Yankey Co the live stock dealers made the first seaJisThey shipped 600 Jambs all goon ones for which they had paid Gc perpqurfd The firm has seve ral thousand more lambss bought for future delivery throughout the county which they will ship during this month and July The public sale of personal property of the Hamilton estat on June 2d was well attended and everything sold fairly well rhe bank stock belonging to said estate sold at courthouse 4JbroughtSimms Sr being the purchaser soldAuctioneer 1 dueled the sales i The editor wishes to acknowl edge the receipt of an invitation to the marriage of Miss Eugenia Eubank to Mr Warbour Rine hart which is to occur on TuesIl day 3uhl4th at Oakland Cal ifornia Mr Rinehart has many friends and relatives nere in his old home county who will be glajd no doubt to join us in offerting congratulations and best wishes Mr JG Batsel has rented the old Casey carrage shop at the lower end of town and will I open a carnage painting shp there on or about the 15th A firstclass painter will be em t ployed and good work is pro mised A carriage painting I shop is badly needed here this season and this is the first time ia years that Springfield has been without one IA mass convention of the Democrats of Washington county was held at the Court House on last Saturday It was a Very short and harmonious affair NOn instructions were given to the delegates to the State Convention who were named as follows B L Litsey MG Leachman I H Thurman T S Mayes C C McChord flobt Noe Thad Cheathara and W D Claybrooke Washington county is entitled to eijght votes in the convention i i Severalrcal state deals of importance liave been transacted this waek ir II H Thurman lias sold his residence on Walnut street to Dr JB RoBards for J500 and Dr RoBards has sold his own residence on the same street tip Mr vfiimpson Roberts for 3500 taking in the trade NSr Rooerts1 store building ilMainstri Thurman contemplates building out at tbe end of the old Davison t avenue a handsome residence at for himself and f milyNo pos fthesei For Assessor t We announca fiiis week Mr tlTllomadate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Washington dounty Mr t Bryan is thor pughly familiar with the duties of the office having served a full term at the head of the office and jstiowj acting in the capacity of deputy Bis record has been adgood one and he has given entire satisfaction with everybody in the performance of his duties alsstnunchDemocratals dealings with everybody has v AAItA j CLEANING GLASSES f lIs an accompaniment of their ar But dont mistake de or non suitable lenses Scor moist re or dust on them Ifour Glasses are not the exact kind you should jveir j they will do you more harm 5 titan good Perhaps you would do well to call on us anyhow and find t II whether you have the IIout lenses or not Well be honest with yonwe cant afford to be otherwise and tIIWe Dont Charge ForOur Advice t CsF RUSSELL I j Main St Springfield Ky J gained for him the respect of all He iis immenselyi popular with the voters and will dQubtless prove a hard man to heaL For Sheriff Mr Prank Keen is annouiiced as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington county subject to the Democratic pri mary election to be held on the 6th day of August The ticket headed by Mr Keen is composed of Dem rats who have never scratched the ticket andpossess ing all theM qualifications necessaVy to discharge the duties of the offlcei Mr Keen is knoWn throughout pie county as a safe prudent business man and for his candor and honest dealings with all men Associated with Mr Keen if nominated will be Mr Richard MUll iean of Springfield Everybody knows dnd likes Dick Mullican He is regarded as one of the best party workers hi the county and his experience as Deputy Sheriff has well qualified him for the duties which will oe assigned to him Mr Henry A Hilton of the Mackville precinct will be another one of Mr Keens deputies He is extremely popular with the people of his districtsand throughout the county and as Constable of the Mackville district for several years made aI most excellent officer From the Pottsville precincj will be Mr George Cocanougher a young man of sterling integri ty and who like His father the late George Cocanougher Sr always takes a hand for the Democratic party and its nomi nees And from the North precinct wIll be Mr George BoWen a thoroughly capable young man whose father Butner Bowen rode as deputy sheriff for anum ber of years- Icecream An ice cream supper will be given at Barbers Hall for the I benefit of the Catholic church Friday June 10 from 4 toll pm All are cordio lyinVitedf If FER65 N AL Miss Fannie Wall is in Louis ville on business this week Mrs John Mahon visited her mother Mrs E S Mayes Sr Mis Eulia Wathen is visiting t the home of Mrs Sallie Simms f f Miss Myrtle CroQKe Visited her sister Mrs Byron Oroake last week Mrs Rankin and Miss Rose Cleaver of Lebanon were here yesterday Mrs W K Robertsonhas l turned from a visit to relatives l Govington i Miss Bettie Irvine wilts leave Friday to attenl the Worlds Fair at St Louis C A Thomson has returned from a business trip to Lexington and Cincinnati Messrs Torn Newman and Lloyd Turner of Bardstown wereI n town Tuesday Mis E S1 Mayes Jr enter tained quite a nunber of fHenda Flinch Tuesday tt t Ruel Foster has returned from ot Springs Ark very much mproved in health Mr F R Hodapp is out on a tjip selling harness for the factory of Hodapp Miller i Mi and Mrs John OlnnietitAa of Lebanon visited friends lA i Springfield Sunday MissHattieCurry has re tuzntd from Danville wb re she htbeen attending school Miss Sarah Simms and Bene ict Baker visited friends at Lo- retfo the first of tb8wee1r i Mrs Wallace Hickersou L id flS Trip and Henry are visiting er sister Mrs J Tj Allen Ji Miss Rebecca McElroy and brother Mr R Y of LebanonJ ww- i spent Thursday evening with their sister Mrs L H Thurmau Misses Rena Yankey andI Nellie Reed left last Tuesday to visit fiiends in Lexington Mrs E Carl Litsey is visiting lat the home of her parents Judge ard Mrs Selc man Miss Stella Sluttery of Clarks ville Tenn will be the guest of Miss Sarah Simms next week MiSs Edith Clements of Cia cinnati 0 who has been visiting Miss Lydid Duncan has re turned home Mrs Ben Lancaster passed through here Friday to visit motherwho lives in the herIIi part of the county Dr RoBards Sr who hasJI been visiting his son Dr J B RoBards left yesterday for His home at Henderson ville N C 1 Mr John M Cooney of the Nelson Record and a prominent lawyer of BardEtown was in Springfield onbusiness Monday Clifford and Chas Roberts Scott McCabe Willie Greene Neal and Prentice Boblitt andI James Shultz attended the ball game at Louisville Sunday Misses Ltafie Waters Viola Brwne Lydia McElroy ar Mrs Theo Campbell attended the wedding of Miss Naomi Browne in Lebanon Wednesday last Rev J AI Hogarty and his class of altar Voys passed through here last Tuesday enroute to Sr Rose where they spent the day picnicing and afterward visiting tho monastery Mr andMrs J W Lewis at tended the commencement exer cises of the Semple Collegiate Institute in Lousviille their daughter Miss Marv being among the graduates Miss Grace Gruber who has been the guest of Miss VanNatta willireturn home Friday ccomI panied by Miss VanNatta whc Ms been staying at the home of per uncle Mr Marion Jones Quite a large crowd went to LouIsville yesterdbY to attend the Democratic convention and i on other business among whom wero Judge B L Litsey M G Leachman W D Qlaybrooke IS H Thurman W C McChord W F Grigsby and several otheri i from the county Mr and Mrs E Haden Line baugh of Atoka Indian Territo ry were here over Sunday thet guests of their cousins the Lee family Tey were on their bridal trip Having been married on June 1st at the home of the bride in Colgate I TMr and Mrs Limebaugh left here Tues day for St Louis tc visit the Worlds Fair aAu1iAsJean tH Blgnatun 1q INtke tt Cre its All persons havinsr claims against the estate of Dr H H Herd1deceased are hereby notified tto present same properly proven to the undersigned for settlement at his office in Springfield Ky3 on or before July 1st 1904 T S MAYESii Administrator of H H Hord Strayed w Stileii- A sorrel horse about 15 hands high white spot in forehead small knot on back caused lya saddle and one yearling black mare mule Any information leading to their discovery will be liberally rewarded GEORGE WHEATLEY Blincoe Ky DONT LOSE THIS CHAIE 4Qela Box ofMloi the Flesh Form Ini Food Under Wood c Campbbells Special Offer Donot flaffcr a day Iong r withdys pepsia or a weak stomach Do not be worried further with thinness To all who jire in poor health to all whojk weighVia notJap tottteinrjwal sUodard WO dkeampINI one of ie beat knpwn duEfirmg fa thiecc Is bon makes this special offer They am selling this flesh forming ood MirOiria In large quantities ands give their personal guarintee with every bode refund the w pev if it does not restore health and increase Mil1weigMI0na la a trutffles fthIsE food ttoo isenifrejy assimilated F i rA 3esllfe nd vitality and builds up goodnatH ral flesh Druggist Wood k Campbell have sold a great many packalesof this flesh formlns food and are willing to rw tkk yosr1itafldbox Mit9Ha will ostyo5 c if it dQ Hat Wood Campbell will ay fer the treatmeat aad return your t money witheet question Yoa certaiBly can afford to kegii UsiMgMIO toa KHerth For sick fceaiache ta ceCIbrtaini Stomack and Liver TableUiaml a qUick cure is certain For i1St atrNay OilS drugstore li FALL 1fWlthet wau1ux a Traetalble PailKIIiHIs TrrA distinct typVof a top rogue Is the beast tlint gp rong owing to acI dental fyniitntlon lkc Shaggy sir ex eodlHgly Intel h tnt tractable Rocky m untllly grizzly who reverhtJ to sav ngery null turned man killer In a twlu kllng owing to the uHfoiuute misstep and allot his trainer Shaggy was a big handsome gray with n Jungle thick coat and alumberlng awkward gn1iud a funny twinkle that made him prtrtlcur lurly ndnptublefor his purtor dow lu remarkably trained group of fourteen bearg He bad come under the Lauds of his teacher when but a helpless cub1 haft never lost his liking for caresses and although the mightiest beast In otIIt hyena hung to the ankle of his friend he had run to the rescue had cut loose right and left with his ponderous fore paws and had bitten and torn and man gled the ugly beast to death before he could be beaten off Among his accom plishments were that of turning admi rably grotesque somersaults and tue more difficult feat of balancing him self on his hind legs on a three foot wooden sphere Nota scratch of a scar had his train er to show for the years of work h4 had put In with the l1tar and Yet without an instants warning this same beast attacked and Injured his master so that when rescued he was semidemcntcd and so dreadfully cut and lacerated that the surgeons decId- ed It useless to try to save his life McClurcs Magazine ADOPTING A BABY 4 Jutthe Seclety I CIar e ef 1k Tet I New Yrk It Isnt easy to get a baby for adop tlonfrom the organization which has charge of them In New York On receipt of the application a blank Is sent back containing some twenty printed questions to be tilled out by the woufd be parents and a requestor three ref erences If the answers are satisfac tory further blanks go to the persons referred to asking Information on the applicants character find circum stances and reliable citizens of the neighborhood are privately consulted Then tbe agent comes and Inspects the family If the home seems a good one a baby as near the requirements as possible is sought There Is even an attempt to select a sultabjp tera cra enta placid baby for a nervous wo manSjr one who Is pot bred by atten tion for tbe demonstrative The visit- Ing agent has to be somethIng of a psychologist Every one calls for curly hair of course and blue eyes are much In demand but the new mother goner ally forgets all specifications when she Is confronted with the living can didate The baby Is taken tdj the bpme by the agent who leaves written rections about food and care find comes back twice a year to note progress Frequent reports are encouraged and even after the child Is legally adopted the society tries to keep In touch with it The motive for this Is of course scientific as well as hpmaeJuliet Wllbor Tompkins In Everybodys Mag azine Wkr tke Negro Blkek On the bare arm paint a broad linen India Ink and expose the arm to the strong sunshine A slight inflammation sets tn on the unprotected skin but not under the black paint which excludes the light rays but lof course the heat ray Some days after he skin Is darker sunburned except where the India Ink was painted where is a white line In the skin EX- posing the arm again the Inflammation sets In only In the white line The brown pigment caused by the sOnsun- burned at the first exposure protects the skin against the chemical rays Therefore are negroes black and travelers of white skin may protect themselves In the tropics from the sdnby blackor red paint London News Begeari lafBclfffaa Dogs have been trained in BelgIum for centuries to be beasts of burden Throughout the country thousands of dogs constantly work singly PiiIn teams before small carts livIng perfect satisfaction Hundreds of small wagons us well as other light vehicles are drawn by dogs throughout the country What would be a pushcart 1n England becomes a dogcart In Bel glum and In many parts of provincial France as well AIM HJcker When I say goodby to yqu this even Ing said Mr Slowman da you think It would be proper for me to place one reverent kiss upon your fair band Weir she replied I would consid er It decidedly out of place Philadel phia Press Was Not Deliberate Johnny1 said his mother Im fraid you told me a deliberate falsehood uNo I didnt mamma protested JohnnyUI told it in an awful hurry Iit Paul Dispatch 4 Tae mt 0 liRa Hatare- T e recital of a mans happiness and the story of his troubles alike bore us but If forced to choose we find more pleasure in bearing the troubles New Orleans TimesDemocratABeleut Aunt Mary Why I thought you two ad quarreled and were never going to speak to each other again Mabel Oh yes but that was yesterday The first steamer on the Tkames was the Marjory In 1814 Tbe lUchmoad followed ie t n year later Whelk as Meaey Dewnrrn a currency of New Britain amlnstance of how the spoils of thei hase may be turned to account as the outward and visible sign of wealth Dewarra Is made by stringing the of a dogwheik upon the ribs of palm leaves These strings maybe retailed at so much a fathom usually the price Is equivalent to about three a fathom lengthor they may made into varl9U articles of per sonal adornment to be worn oa great ccasloni In New Briiala the tie warra hoarded up by a rich saan Iis produced at hW fttBeral and divided among his hetIn muck the same kind of way as personal property It divided among us Fisk Diet Bail Per the Yoke Fine voices It Is said are eklOA1 found In a country where Asb oc iet prevails Those Italtaas wko fat he most fish these of Naptef and Genoa have few Ibc slngeri amaeag them Abe sweet yea are feudJ the IrkwGWen J tir eseatry aad not lIk i wa Nerway to apt a country f fi f because tbiy eat oo much Msut but Sweden Is a coun try xf grain and song The carillroj ous bIrds croak j grain eatln lul p ri 1 4T- he iii J iltd tItGood Old f J j wdiSulflffler r is HERE tML 4 HaveYyou pre tj lWei j l jfrtl fuswe show thttp 1ft ct fight thiiis- Summer f riwear iC t 3 See hose swell homespun two piece Suitf for = L i14YOUfl men Serge Coats and VMts Alpaca l1 Coats White Vests all at reasonable prices t 3We bae a few Parried over Summer Coatst 2 and Vests Lt half pricee v I 3 Co1Full line Io v cut Shoes Straw iat thin Jn t3derwear Suspenders Belts Collars Neck 5Uwear Sox flketcttj t I We1the Puntain Shirt the bestiheje is forth J JII PrIces p100 1 50 and 2 GO each We show an elegant Jkt J assortment r 01 these Shirts in both white anct coloredWe also slow the best hue of SOc Shirts f t t ROBERTSON BROSi fum ff f n 7e Delights Zf 11 V 1 Summer jesor When yoi fo to a MMMT se sort one ol the chief delights are thewid ooli cozy ver daswfce youcan sitin thsfekjwdt joX a cool delightful brees I Yo4aaksurowpedaeawl coWobk thattillCGtlt the WithyudrSkJu tithemadkepout the hab ThiypcUcaII add Another room pleaianttst room of all dun th Yoaem serve er on a porch filled with Vdr4 3 f POrch Shades withppyhihwthtpoeiiby tShades adjnsted to your wMowf heetthey wiUletiatlie cool aakei fout the beat ldle8U 1eiare peczally ccoouSsd for winand living ooa Vuor Poich SIaM oMt fnm MMmm IThey are made in difereat cetera to hrmoatae with tee woodwork of yew JHM i You are especially reqaeetadtc view the Vudor Exkistt in osi shade department We also invite your special attention to our I Stock of Carpets Mattings LinoleumsY RU 8iLace Curtains Shades Ca The largest and best selected stock of Wall Paper shown in this section Please visit us before buying i Cunningham Dun c1tn tI JOHN So McELROY r GENERAL INSURANCE 44NT drIiLife Fire and Torrfaida H t I OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BA fKvwfCl r rt Jt t During my absencefrom officeWF Grigy- or i George Neikirk will aiterxtd to any businessi formef v L2n2t7FiLT rmgOneYlltker for liOgR eis 1 l Iirr Is DrJos Haas Hog Remedy which for more tfcaa7 f years has stood the severest teswandia all case can be I depended upon II I DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL H06S7HAT DIE JrJ yi en this Remedy iIs fed ara pre ventive Full particulars regard IIng this insurance Propositida ls IDr Haas book j Hogology a J9QSl valuable book for every mg ratile anda FREE copy of whlck swj1 rI had at our store for the asking 23 lb can 1250 half cans 650 2 125 infl 50c per package tJ fA1 20th Century Poultry Feed fgreatest egg producer on the market itpoWJ 111 jilthYt prevents cholera roup and all other poultry IIThe fDrt4 II Fir IfruIf ctYr41 fl Ii JV J As its name implies this REMEDY nota odand it isun equalled for correcting the common dlsoraersjmhor rC tfltlidskeep as well as nianyof the more serlQus compUau ts Asj ep tI1 c6ndltloner and growth promot rand 4 cYlveJM kdisease 4 f Sl if 4 1eea NP PAXAUt lFOR ftALBBY McCLURE WELiS l CALL FOR CIRCULARS SPRiOFIELD KY t DEBE I 4Ilj 3kt r I The Best is the Cheupesti 1 1J 2And There Is None Better Than J 14i I TilE PAGE WOYEI VREFPIEi AFencefor eyPurpuse IJ It Iwill turn anything aa cObe run oftr yt kind ffriuod AllSL and Aaort icntff 10 I BmS 1UiAitrr I f 1111 11111113 SOLE AGENTS Springfield Ky m k If p 4 4shIiptoo Letter11 21 IftM Republican Campaign oaiM 9fA JOB i part t rfcs M ns beMqdiH T1AjsoM 11iat iuf Jkttiimii Mtrith it bad tatte Jt oil M ail aftl to t he lldWticta Hie speeches IdLos tWUYtr DalitU tI ABianai will U fred o1broj J fee aik by til huadred toons a awi two or three speeches II == of toe Presidents act giisttiam oftthe Pato a belt will i k i flfwa an 1MSflIt CU1tIO J li k tbep rpoe cftbje coiuthtt Lt to sIhto oir t1ti1rposses f a BMlMlj britfty and iacid en t taUly tbt PfMtttut having i 1 liftforatb country tbs ditKMftioQ of their Lrg Mwi np ii cloed JU tb Rifft HoMf the Demo Cogresio1aF Committee eI a suit of six or eight J JIIIOI CMoMl Cowherd of JEftMMCHr and his associates Sr if rtec to deUnaine what spun si a4 other public docu asMs wtUb moat effective for tldb iioaiBi fortytwo close Mid eofttetted dktricte- Dttrtaff the wHk we have en aci the Britiafa Mayors and pofctic a who have cocce to MosM17t study tbemethd Ifwhich we bave attained munit elpa4 perfection and pnnty v ifueliBiwfte a4e at the ban 4 ftabit but ItdoNot seem tfi te bftYt occurred to any orator to imm Loifi Lyveden that per bM 1M baa better not escort kk jerty oitLoPhiladlll phtt Xri lorfe linneapolis Grawl lUpW and some cities that mif ht be named 0 course the Ikm roared amicably SJMI HM eafie screamed affec tiooately Tbe chief Commis siuMr el WashinstOfi MacFar land LW Mayor in fact declaredI m a ptaUUte voice that he re crt1Iat he did not know the see W all the royal family JluiWr proposed tto FrMidmt Roo tYeltt Kiag Ed ward ZOCd jveden and others ffVf dmnk standing Milord lesAtMbd the people of the tJoi t ted States tbat the flags of the t two epntries were very much JNutf led tofethtr and thatUtlie hurls dfyovr people eatwitbIJ tWiiMtiMt of empire He said tit ABMricens and Euglish t we wcHild fight on the same w Hiira ld insure the peace 4ccttwo1dtlwinB ell died the other 4ayiSa Philadelphia hospital jil the ket of ththree audacious t wk who a quarter of a century a1oidets Washington Capi talfaaomsDon Platt George t Biitler and Aujustus q 3pell They beloaged to tlm lldab i sIabig styIeof iteismer a dIeM Boiim1aijs wbo spared nobody sa4t L91Q the most lijjeeticslftteiMarj qn the point f of 4 jjibe As a ffjiijd said of l p ricrqqtjq stilleto lio4cth lt enemies U1i tinder an ratot QQfl4i roses like f rpr BljpgJig at the tKtla Qftt4lrf and Buell in aqte taera witb a batter iirrMM tt was ahmboyantJ 0iljt 1y some iacpaprehensi Weic Geore Butlerinduced 3 ht brilliut actrtN0Ie 4yis to Mtrryhimv and wfcen bIs took hito tne Ueheba iJ cacrttoidofchagneye9JAtp jpf raids aad tried to 7 Vltllpf S bta x drunk with re su ftoMid HKNMtrott libations I 411 ielt worth which tiV fiottFiaL tlt Ne Mttr What Doct ThetlIeart yW Knowll Itl In M 4Csaju CuredalMMs aee MNrNref I Wstki w J4tc 5 idLx 4 tiUea tI 1I1ttfIJMt7 Dss rause 1f Dspi proveiaM vahea 7 1IiIMtQin 9 JIxItHt ueri1e it te t itiSuithii Ltir Csisiat etc s ettha et wa alter 7teleg hIa In CbMt kft LykSthteryekthMl Yaes M4 1 aIpItft f rM 1 PuIMo flMltet taM Dr I b e 181IJIIefSS IeouW eIt QMJMr JaIo4 MIthDM ltcRI tl st ItaferditM hint wttlkWrtte dWi fP8ctIUIIefP JIt CAr U80 T t w L batOr Quiy spoke to his family hebabutiedinepensive1r Utibn He was uvery Wealthy 1op1fts thinks that no member Should fever bte bnhea ithotit Dstenta tioi without a nneral costing the outry from 5000 to Sr evenadonicfunerbratamdd Army post but CongrEss char tered two Immense special traInS and Speaker Cariuoi appointed gaInateeeetend the funeral Twenty Sen ators were also Appointed sum Theetrains were as usuall equipped with the rarest foods and plenty ibftyindecent show have been made at Beaver or anywhere else iif every matt attending had had to pay his own expenses TrIwpk of Ne dcrnSurger Wonderful things arc done for the human body by surjjcry Organs are tahcn out and scraped andpolishcd and put back or they may be removed entirely bonce arc spliced pipes take the plaeeofcdiseas sections of veJns antiseptic dressings are applied to 1julsi i causes them to heal without waturir J rtipn and in onethird of the time re qnired by the old treatment Cbain- berlains Pain Balm acts on this same principal It fa an antiseptic and when applied to such in juries them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm ia your home and it will nienIinconvenience and suffering altlIfJditsiI new discovery vdimU1ediate relief and permanently care all kidney aud bladder trotfaes Sold by Haydofas Pharmacy Watcrwirks fir Taylorsvillel Representatives of the ffrm of Alfred Walker Co engineers Louisville Vere here Wednesday aut1priiesi works system for Taylorsville SlY s the Courier The gentle went over the groundcare fully and will submiti twp propa sitions to the town The i1ft I will be to put in the pjant and i operate it Ihemselyes provider thl tptfn takes tweatyseyen re plugs ata price to be stipulated ptoposIionpany ill be a bid to put in tlie water orks and sell the plarit1 to the town If this should be accept edthle town would have to issue l bonds and this vtould necessitate vote on the proposition Tay lorsville has the bestlnaturaladfvantages of any j for waterworks and the people opportunityInow i 1Ast ESlf lBrs Muvuiii 11T TUoFoleys Houe ianysidered hopeless dre Adolph Bues cono g 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe cold con actti twejve years ago was ne gledted unt1 it finaIIygrew Into a tb la The best available medical l icouItii jrecommeDj i rjtirely aidonJtebn1IW Ive theIItartf beensa ed cars of flering Sold bNoQd Campbell Wre t littleertfienerabIe PernswilliconstfpaJd bT Haydon Pharmacy RaJrQMd Schedule OUowing is the time schedule theiEardtownI10 pm BVdstown Junction O2pm 552 J1arrivespmNoat G17amBnrds10wn arrives atLouisv amNoat30 am Bards wa Junction 30 aoiuxBardstbwn iLlS am arrives a Sp1ngfiel mNo4t axm Bardatown pmrArdgepm rrxiUJIt Louisville 545 pm fN 90 Sundays DiLly Leave Hfield at 715 aim1 Bards w ilam I8lI Qnlyneaves1LouiavUle rd1tQwnJiM1ctovnt 7a5 Pllh arriesatSprinoelds 2ptL 1trom KIJnyaIRI1Jt1 t W Dra wnQPat SLCuicAuO cklH 2 fOOL I suffered with falling and con ftetion of the womb with severer pains through the groins 1 suf feted terribly at the time of men truationz had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try knew not for it teemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for tick women I found it pleasant totakeandsoonknewthatlhad tho right medicine New blood teemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles 1 was a well woman OAMrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine oj Cardui for menstrual iarcs4 bearing down pains and Uaf headaches wbeft U othw wpwctie failed ttJI1i fsev teef Any iiie v cTe eat by at- tth4 Wik Qf Cdui in ltez lwme The hat bottle coivinoea the pa tientsheiositberoadtohealthFor i g special directions ad4ress giving Advisoql5epartmcnt Medicine Coj Chattanooga Tn- aWINEIRDLJI arkthe Stronger Man Crfpt W T Ellis of Owens boro who Was in 1896 and 1900 and is now one of the strongest supporters of William Jennings Bryan in Kentucky is am ardent advocate of the cawDislacyi of Judge Parker He declares that it is not the critics or political opponents oi Mr Bryan but his political and personal friends in Kentucky who are now espousing the nomination of the New York jaritJudge UndoubtedlyJa tbeIofAppeals bench iu New York has demonstrated this says Capt Ellis Judging from the action of the Democratic parly of his State ne is unques tionably the only man whom thell DeinocratSioi New York regarded as au avallab e candidate His exleusivel training as a lawyer 1tnd ex erience as a Judge emiL neiilly tf him for the duties whicK devolve on a chief execu s ttye Heiisa loyal Democsratv while he may not have agJeed 1101some bf the policies set forth the Democratic platfprms of 1896 and 1900 tie supported Mr i Bryad in both these campaigns Being a true Democrat a great Judge and a man of high personal character I do not know where tne Democratic party could go tnis year to find a more available candidate It looks like lie would be nomnatetl oir the first ballot at St Louis If he is the Democratic party will aVfaclionshierV Speaking for mySelf Paone lwill say Ihave not in any degree modified ths views I eutertained tt financial questions in 1890 and COO I agree with Mr Bryan n tbase questions then t and time bis mot served TO modify my vtewy It isnot the critics or ipolBticat opponents of Mr Bryan but his political and personal friends jn Kentucky of whom T am one who now favor the now inatiou of Juige Parker CASTOR JA- For Infants and Children The Kind You HaviAlwairs BweK Bears the Signature of C dgrKingBDytpepsiaTa bids instantly relieve the stomach and aid digestion TJhcy are as pleatra nt a5 loaf mgar and cure dyspepsia sour risings catarrh of the stomacband indigestion Sold by Haydona Pharmacy r Wliy IK Tii In So f A father ot four boys hurf Ols vcrcd that different sounds travel vvth dif ferent velocity A call tp dinner he Buyf will curry over n ten acre lick in a minute und a unit while a summon jo relufti to work takes from live to eight minutes CIlUlllB Still tbietOAtUud to fluilnea I told Uncle Sine on that he was getting too old ana feeble to attend to business Did he take jt kinalyr He threw tre ou bfhis office Vanity Fair Lod kins Ilcnunnt Photograph Now sir If youll look n little lesH as though yQU hail a bill to meet au j a little more as though ybud just been Jef t n legacy ybufl beI a picture New Yorker Sncceiiful- rVlsitor What a beautiful l binding you ore putting on your new novel ubllshii Yes Its bound to su- ceeeqc riicll Widow i The sr fest way of not being very lulserabjl e Is not to expect tole very hsppy Schopenhauer o iWiiytodayBeenusei laiLReusbxjJ it ffi ikS iiiki Thml ii ls ciUU1efonumberbrbut gyeSj bf toufte How else or reeliseWe see nothing properly and definitely until the mind lends Its perception We may gaze steadfastly at a picture yet be unable to see anything but a confused mass of color because the mind Is seelug faces and scenes a thousand miles away perhaps Call the mental vision back and the figures on the canvas take thejr proper places At once we see the picture Or shut your eyes Can you not se the faces of those you love or lisle ha clearly as you ever saw them with the physical means of sight now many time one glances at his Watchyet when naked the time as 1e replaces It in his pocket Is unable to tell simply because be loOk lwily with the eyes and not with Ute jalua aloExchange Mailo Ife Japaa Music In the eyes of the Japanese Is a very Interior art the general belief being that the combination of sounds may possibly please women and chil dren but that a Japanese gentleman could not possibly tolerate them no matter under what pretext In fact it was not very long ago that the profes slon at musician was considered by tho Japanese as being an insult to human tgnlty and whereas there have ex ited for centuries popular songs which water carriers and the workers In the vice fields sang in chorus as well as war songtf sung by the sailors the pro fession of musician has been considered unworthy of any man and has been cx rtusivcly left with the women it being largely for the purpose of clearly char acterizing and accentuating her in feriority that she has been allowed to exercise her aptitudes and tastes in musical compositions Public Opinion Bird Characteristic Among all the birds of this cosatry the hawk and Anrrot come the Marcs to using their fjfet like bands Wading birds and scratching birds Oevclop very large foot Birds that are in the air most of the time lurrc much delicate feet than those that ore morej ground frequently The variety of is quite as astounding as that of the claws The hook on thi end of the bin ahttost always denotes a blnl of prey Flat bIlls denote fly vatobng blnte kingfishers herons etlbC meadow lark that is much on 1hu yroawl has strong stout legs nud the orlokwhlcb- Is inoro In the nir has sUoitcr legs The stlffenwl tullis not totittnctl to woa pcckcrs and XhlnmeX swriltSj but tho bobolink that clings to the long grass has also iiitT nod tail fwAfecre to help support ibj bird upright a J Two Superstitions Spilling thesalt and the Ill omen that attaches to it are traceable to tht last supper ctf brlst with his apostles when It issaKl that Judas accidentally Qvorturnfft tine salt Bce use of the nftor ioiU of the unfortunate traitor to sttt the salt at table is an accepted sfe of future ill lUck to happen to tho person dclng it Thirteen at table und its unlucky evqntIsodining toy tb r for the last time coin posed thr number that halsince been rcgardet with superstitious aversion not 00 iy in the matter or 2nlug but lu ntmost everything eisa xis well WIt to Eat I JaaeThe Japanese sword Ss asutily wield edxwHh both hands The curt lug plays a much larger part ito their at lord play than the thrust and j Int lucy also fence with two swords at once the long two hnbtIeII ueapon b lng held in the right hand while the left uses the shorter and lighter blade The fencer stands with his right foot for ward and Ids sword hda Inlotli hands directly Ini front of fuim ltsihllt at about the level of his walslV Its point being at nearly the level of his opponents eyes Damboo Ia t1da axftl Japaa For centujles thc Japanese and Chi nose have r1Led the bamboo as n practical crop The natives of tropical India and thtj Malay archipelago would be as much at a loss without It as tho American farmer without his white pine to they depend upon It not only for the r chief building mnvorlal but for roPls1Unts kitchen utensils etc Tk Meal Bcavtr I Japaa- ln1bo Japanese ideal ot bcuuty these aru the desired points Her face and fiifnre hands and feet and her nose must bis long and narrow her arms and limbs slender and hpr hips small Broad hips are tlC one unpardonable sin Yew Japanese women measure five focf so the length of the figure is rc thc tr No Oac Waat Them Why iIs it naked the philosopher that jiilsfortuues never come sluglyr Cant scy replied the other man unless It te that ou account of there ccptibii they get theyre afraid to tray e ajonc r 7fotActIar HU Part CystonerTtiracIouH How loud mouthed and domluccriug that man Is Is w n member of the Inn Sales man Yes lies the silent partder New York Thulst A Strike Bobby Jieres your penny and you must go rlgit to bed r Iu1 I witit more pity and longer Iniirs Indianapolis Journal 1 VISITING CAR a Some of the veo Which They Are IPat la EafflanU A great London paper lately commented on the Improper use often made of visiting cards by nefarious persons but it is evident that the writer did not knov that whole packets of such cards bearing the most distinguished names can be purchased for a mere trifle These cards nretortbe most part as one of time venders assured the writer used Innocently enough in a way of speaking by icrsons of socIalI pretensions who simply wish hatpress people of their own circle InL the hall or on one of the dining room tables elaborate salvors are left care lessly aboutt each onct piled with cards bearing most distinguished names and of course the waiting visitor examin lug Itbese cards to pass the time is presumed to be deeply impresswl by the Velght of the social circle In which the tjwner of the drawing room mixes The ttradesnian who was the writers Informant declared that some of the purchasers of the cauls grentfen hanced the effect by having scribbled III pe1bll upon these bits of pasteboard iu different liandwritiugs of course more or tesa Intimate little messages The same Informant declared that he had known men of a facetious turn ot mind about to visl watering places near London Who would take the cards of geat people with them and would on making chance acquaintances for mere amusement sreatly impress these latter bygiving themone or other of UoltablettA DREADFUL PEST jI The Cape Sable lloraeflr of theI Lower Florida STVumpn- A divailful pest of the lower Florida swnmps Is the Cape Sable horsefly Specimens measure an inchnnd a quar ter in length Their bite draws blood like die thrust of a knife Imagino a Hwmrni of them darting around one like mnuy humming birds Fortu Jintejy they are not at least early In the season particularly Inclined 4o nt tncl man The only domestic animal Lila t can live lu this country Is tho ratle nnd eveu his tough hide requires a Jproof stable f0r his protection anti u suit of armor when outdoors One tty I engaged a mule and tipcart to save several miles of weary lugging along the strip of prairie before wo struck off Into the interior to visit a great rookery When time guide brought the animal It presented ju truly re markable appearance clad titu suit of burlap that would have afforded com plete protection save that the legs of the trousers had been slit down as the animal could hardly have been In duced to put them ou So the laps hung dangling about the legs the ears projected above and the calm eyes gazed out through the loopholes surveying the swarm of flies and the stronger We left him tied to a palm tree for the day At dusk when we returned the legs of the poor beast Were dripping with blood and he was fairly frantic with pain We had a stormy experience in harnessing him haying to be very spry to avoid being killed by the flying hoofs Country Life ta America Origin of Kulve The first knives according to the eon elusions of a scientist who has made a study of the subject were fractured stones that happened to have u sharp cutting edge But the vegetable kingdom also furnishes very keen cutting edges in the leaves and stalks of cer taut plants which might have been wcrefIUnsuggested the shaping of flaked Stones like flint into time form of blades Among the Serl Indians on Tburon Island in the gulf of California the primitive custom of utilizing fractured npd water worn stones for knives still exists Eglaads Largest huseThe proud distinction of being the largest house in England Is generally accorded to Lord Fltzwllllams York shire seat Wentworth Voodhousc Of this house It Is said that the three pun cipal entrances are so far distant from each other that visitors are advised to bring three hats with them one to be kept at each point of egress A house jrhich is feet long has a hall In which two average suburban villas could be comfortably plaocd and boasts a room for every two days of tie year is certainly large enough to satisfy any reasonable ambition He Told Her the Wor t Doctor said beautiful young woman who had become the wife of a rich old man tell me the worst will be brave and try to bear It Iendlng her gently from her suffer lug husbands bedside the doctor answered Nerve yourself then for a terrible shock lIes going to get weIiCbI dTgo Hecordllcruld Beginning Afrrak Mr Vcxrtll angrllyl hntCa woman who always contradicts everything n man says If I dont Im an Jdiot Mrs Vexall sveetlyWeIl dear Ill turn over a new leaf and commence right now by not contradicting you A flair flat9reV You promised me she said coldly and tto return the lock othalrIII I gave you Gee whlziie Interrupted Do you take me fur a hulr restorerEX change HOW WE GUARANTEE Dr Carlsledts Girman Liver PowderJ T cuncMtlpatlM BtftiuaMi IadMtkp Dysp laM IcrUi Nervous aad Sfck Htarfichtl DfarrlMMi ant Dysentery Go to your druggist and get abottlof this wonderful remedy Take it according to directions 3 Then if yoefeel you have not been ietaefited enough to feeli MUMfi d that you will be cured by its Use just IOMekto the druggist u4 tell him w and he has our authority to refund you every cent yea have paid him Nothing could be mpkr afd fairer but we are M wre offthe results of this medicine thatw arisfeU ahakiag spaantee Dr Cartatcdts German Uv r Powder iIutaJ by TxE AWIWCAX FKARMACAL Evwisvillfc Iud tod sold locally by COiI 6 J HAYDON Pharmacist 1 r THE SUN AND MOON A Propbccr nijo tie Future of Jhu Solar Syateni The alterations occurring In the dls tribution lu the solar system led Pro fessor George Darwin to predict that the moon will ultlinntely return to time tJirth which givelur sudden birthso many ages before nnd it may further be prophesied that rime planets and their satellites must ultimately yield to time gravitational influence of our lying situ and must return to the bosom of their parent We must con ceive of the solar system of today rtben us lathered into one central mass closely aggregated around that point which from time beginning has cqm tituted Its center of gravity Aud what will be the stage of tthis shrunken object It Will be a dark star a dead sun There are myriads such In the heaven Sir Robert Ball lisa said that to count nil the bright stars that we can sec and say these are all there are would be like counting the rcdhot horseshoes In England and say ing this Is the total number This dark td be will therefore be Just such nnotlie as millions more There will be no life upon it We cannot c le ho terror of Its cold for time nebula has been dissipating energy In the form qt He4 and heat into the chilly depths of intersidereal space ev er since the first hour of Its longaeval shrinkage What in the destiny of this dead sun among Whose constituent atoms re member will be those in the printers ink before your eyes and those in the eyes themselves Are they forever stable In desolatkin as Stevenson Itto bp borne ouward through in 1huS space ojhls shriveled glob common tomb of sjiii und cartUand Mars and of the bodies of the treatr that once breathed thereon may live again Give It but the consuming em braceof such another voyage and in a moment a new nebula will be born Time force rf their Impact will suffice to caporse their substance into an other clou which will repeat the history of tho old The path of the two dead suns will determine the position ot the principal plane which will form the ground plan of the new sys temC W Saleeby in Htirpofs Mug azine PveBcrllier of Vall Paper Some dry onJi ice me taking down that paper auger shingle and repine lag It rending Tapers pre scribed the dealer in wall papers Wlthrone really nn opening for such a pafrous would be sur prised knew how much we help themr A frightfully nervous man just now Insisted upon u red pa jer when he needed gnen a color that soothes the senses him quiets the aierves mitt violet has aHrauqullllzlng nntil11mor violence mid pasjiionl Ode woman liput just persisted in a red reception room If she wants men guests to 3iolp her shift furniture its a good Choice for itn a fact that a mat cx poseI for a time to the influence Of red light shows a muscular develop ment 50 per cent In8 excess of hbipow vr when cxpdseil to a blue light Aft T this One understands how much the senses and temperament are affected l y color Indeed mrldcul home q line with a room In each color Then its Occupants arc ready for any eiuer igdncy lMiHadelphkorlticoiid A SmiiboIof I ctIoti It iJ commojily iioswl tiiat time casting of a shoe afle a bride liJUC way of wishing her good luck Tt a Is not true tliv custom comes to us jom Ililnglantl ud Scotland whcrq the par eats oCt hrlile cast muter her a shoe to fcignlfy their giving up of all rtght to their iightcir lime English custom was time mtgrowth of an AngloSaxon custom hI pivsentlng the Bridegroom with th brides shoe Thhl1rldl groom r celvliig the shoe would touch thobrld uoou the head with It show big ills utliorltj and possession This wrouiony Is doubtless the survivhl of an tiieic It practice among the israel- Ite tit whom the casting of a shoe over property slgnliiedj ownership S4 Instead of signifying irood vvlslicj the casting ofn shot slgnilifs a transfer ence of proiicrty and Is a symbol of possession iotS ChADarFor the Better A Ne i York brttikcrj vus tatting about plain and dirfrt tltChITo be plain mill IUdl1croml MIdrlSuiulcTstand him The Bible ells us saId this clergyman that It Is as ditiicult for a camel to pijsa through n needles eye as for a rich maul to enter the kingdoin of lienvvn Tliat though Is a roundibout confused way of statfj Ing the case I should state It Xlw this It is as ditiicult for tvrlch to enter the kingdom of heaven as ra shad to go up a smooth bark aj r te tree tall foremost New YoJt Jfnb une t hIEIsnyaIt dated Nov so thick a mst Slid fog that iMHiplo lost their way in the strectes It being so Jntense that no light of candles or torches yielded any or but very little dilution I wits In It and In danger Robberies wore committed between the very lights which were fixed bcttreen Lop don and Kensington on both sides mil while conches and travelers were passing It began about 4 oclock time afterhbone and was quite gon hIS without any wind to disperse It tilt Thames they bent drums fo the watermen to make lhe shore Art Inquisitive mann Is a creature nat urally very vacant of thought Itself and therefore forced to apply tp for eign assistance Steole BEESLaxative t HONEYiTAR An improvement over jdl Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs mid iPleallI1tgood alile for Young and Old PREPARED BY finite Mtiicitf Co ftlcift USA Sold by C J Haydon A gefaUe Prcparalionfor As stmi1atinLhe1oodandliegu1atig 1 Promotes DigeslionCheertur nessandRestContainsneitheti OpiumMorpluftB norJfineralI OTNARCOTICc2zn7u I r- 1I sesr 1lMMIl6 JtwJ rtn j fdrConstipaIion IVorinsConvulsionSFeverfsh ness and Loss OF SLEEP F Inutc Signature o- fYO1K old II EXACT CCPV OF WRAPPER FOLLW THEFt AGi I Itrq 6AL1FORNIA AN- DHORTHiEST I The Wabasli Railroad and its Connections offer very lovr rated to Colonist and Home Seek ers from March 1 to April 30 Wlso very lowruund frlp atc Iq San Franciaco ANP Lqs Angeles On Account of Conterence Generalj j Episcopal Church Tickets on sale April 22 to JMay 30 ad71tWaliash R R zoom 303 TJrban Bldg Louisville Ky 4Iron Mouij tain JJouleppa leer Pnllman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California Jeavihg 830 A M daily viav Littlej Rockr Texarkafia Daljas Ft Worth and EJ Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule CJheap Colonist rates in effect daily during IMarch andj Aprilj 1904 tto California andth North west Pajlraan Tourist Sleepers via Missouri Pacific 5Leave St L juis every Thursday iJt aL m Uom Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays ltd Friday 030 r mijioing vfa Pueblo D R G System ihrou sh the Glbnwood Spwsigs Salt ILuke City tq Ogden etev He merst ekers and Col nisttrater to various points in the and southwest every fIrst Iwe third Tuesdays each m nth uaap folders descriptive lit ature rates etc coosuftnear IeIt tackjt agent or address R T G u thews TlP A Room 201 Norton Bldg ouisville Ky VVorlds Fair isitois tY Will profit by adding ajtrip to i Colorado Utah or the Pacibc Otiast touring the delightful Rjcky Mountain region Via the Denver i Rio Grade Raijrttf which has more scenic attractions mountain resorts mineral prijigs and hunting and fishing grounds than any other line in thelwQirJd The invigorating climatb qf Colorado makes it esfceciaHyin yiting for a summer vacation As heal resort3 Manitcrj Cblp ratio Springs Glenwood Springs Salt Luke City rue world amed LQ excursion rates prevail to Colorado and Utah via alt lines ajlpwing liberal stop ov6rs at an west 6f Colorado points Through car service frpm Sr Louis and Chicago to Colorado pintsSuperbcarteon ill through bains eautifullv illustrated bfaoklets will be sent free on appiicltlon to S K HOOKER G P 4r A4 Denver Col idBfj HIs Pcoor t tiA docipr icre has smafrl125- il vbichtclaimed was excc3riyefdra Cue of cholera tnorbtuV1 says R4 Wlilta pi Coacliella Oat At tbo t a1be palsed biauiedical skill and mcUtcine Tasked him if It Was not Chamber oejlRci11edybel lieve it was and he would not 4fy uu der oath thatit Was nctt1 No 5IocMr could use a lietter remedy than this in a case of cholera ragrbus It tiey r fails Sold at Haydons drugstore CCASTOIAFor0 AT JTheJ Always Boug t Bears the t r I f r lt jt sltltre tJ t J rw f L i I It 1 li I 8Br t J ForF Over 1 Thirty Yrs f i GASTORIA l 1 1 1 Clubbingiiist un ttj t I rNr the country offered t atrequced ates tq 1 IEWS 4LEADER ubscrbeg f IWIT NEtiSLEADZJ LouisviUe Post daily PfO C6u r crJou rnal daily jJ JCourier JoJi roali weekly lJO Lduis Jitje Herald daily 5O j I Louisville Herald weekly 1 5 Honifl and Farm f 425 15JTGin CommerciatTribu ie tl14O Cincinnati Enquirr165Country Gentlemen j 3 OO Breeders Gazette T12Oo ntejstate Poultry mstn vvj8Q Ohio Farm l t 150 Indpendctti iW The Commoner l so- StIOUIS GlobeD IIlo rtt 175- Sti9icblas r34 I IV Harpers MEgazicvvS 4OP Harpers weeklv Jyj 4 Harpers Bazari r v uu421 Macricann A gricifturisti t 1 a5 Special rates given I aaayi other publicktipn Eiat lir ti oed above whchwill be xude known applicialiorit t f Jill L DAVISO Jr fI i Pub NeLcader SprlIge1cIKy- GONG l TO1EWORLDFAIRAT ST I LO S t 9t usErHE HEN ERSijN UUJ + The line that iau ta V CornfQrtabliBeyond a Do jbt FREEaREGAINING CHAIR CARa Official rJoufcPr Wemnfuckjais 1 SI LOISASI4FOROURRATU Lv J IRWIN GEoL tARRPr Gen P Agent JTi P A t LOUISVILLE KX flbbtnU1 t II PATENTS flriltTt Se heerepotoa wxW sketch tcntebU1ty er rhoto of lrfJifJ 111 5aoWw UFakat3and TRADEIARDWJtII f II1 IIIjuii Qapoatte Mi f ii-Uiit l 1 I IWtIt- MthMmebOisttoIwh I v s Witch PtiDeWitts Wltcla itU Saks i tile oiI an d DWItIr3I3 mel tbt 0IIIrIWitchallazel I All u4Mra us otf1SsP4MI kons eheip nd rtbsu i use 4toeL DVittsWIb H1- w pecife for Pdss Hchki and Pretrsme BerM Lemdaa c BnlIr TMIr Salt Rbss ud alt hsr ne SALVEtHrsrrttzn ECIieWitt4Cociricijg