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otlMrjraatoM 1 rtbedltor rfrIt tWaiiger ftutttook It to beaven Iti I8i retimma wy feels i tbVstc ee Twa arJjetIPae Jw ar p t a44 Shoe Worker the nEvery county and citizen in ofI v J S b4rJ occsionto throughthe county is in tre4 ed in theiroad question errcJuwinter and spring has alia ry teliimg effect nth roads and they need work badly and iiuMdiaiely Assponas the haiprfiat is over and the farmer has more time to devote to the iwt aliwill be called on to odc the roads and every citizen With ibe proper spirit In Him shovliljoim in thee ortto redeeea countyI tiIon- rlln1ucMnKe aptly expresses Gobd Y11Y d gooidrreii Tbtjj econdMze time and iorce ih tbe transpor tetiomof productSj reduce wear tvs l i jf JMM tear oqjior e narness Stan- dvehicles and enhance the market alne ofreal estate They rais thtvalueoLfarrniatids and farm products and tend to beautify con ntry through which they lithe f 1ttIuia Jti i I r IiANAQEMEN J As there iearsioi be some jnis d rstanding among the fare about the overseer system anadiitroacliwe give the plan adopted by the wpal COurt concprning4tha poInt The office jfoyeJseer forturnpike Is practically done away with or at least the duties Jt ytrser have been cur fled so far as distributing money appropriated for road purposes is coicerned The Jgistrate is held responsiblel hr the condition of the turnpike his magistria1isrict yh iiS rt roads of the county remain ndei the old system1 The 9erseers are retained and they 0 expected to handle the load- bnd of their respective Districts JjEad to give orders as bef6re on tle county treasurer The roll fund is limited and it is expected that eyery good citizen will uppletoent the reoes by giving extra woiudtiItheroads in his neighbo Jwod are put in ffcgtclass condition for travel i i J IJeati ttlet Aiu0sim A ration composed ofmanjiOt ttfeold graduates of tlmt i inbThis is the eightieth ammKal commeacement of St Catherine and 2 some very O ii graduates are among the members 6f the Alumnae Asio ciation which ambers abcmt 122 Ie post notable aThbout tte ildest member presektwas Jil i M Barbour of Louisvillei who graduated from StC therines in Ibe year 1849 Mrs Barbour lx idM the office of Honorary President The meeting of the Alumnae was celebrated byiad eUreaeefi and papers from various embers LEASEuTbeclttze nlIIgenerally alon gibe mates 01 tne proposea free ruraa delivery a repldased at the pros Jtot ugatltotheirdoor ate that ihe system will prW rtirlactory There will doibt lets however be kickers devel ope4 just as in other iwterprises rot it fe notreMOoablft totwppo0e- ttefe tbfre wilt Let any iaari1 t IP opposition to the service Everyone wishing to hAve the service will be required to put in a reg u1atIni1biai Ii small ex peaseJI l tftta atr 55cf taking the service iisnocoulsory as some suppose If a man does get any mail and does notj 1not itta gety of course x he aitionail delivered he must put in a nwho1ntbaoplnion rate is much too fond of going to town anyway has been heard to treg1stert the freev delivery scheme He says thatthe inauguatibite- wn mail service will cause him many sleepiess nights in think ing1 npecusS to gettotOn- hn1rethfoie he had a good standing excusethat of going after t1 maU tBARvESwheaVharvehIntheiJ1I week and the indi catiO 1sreltbtt the period o reaping will be qf short duraifcipn Thetwheat crop is the shortest 1 that has ben known for years sAaainiiaiMtt inIfashingkm coumtylamd wales other cereals turn OQttt wa1i ia order to eves up matters the farmers will fee a little short oigrain this ieaabB The hard winter and llater the ravagerjof j the out worms are said tof be- responsfblc jfor t1i sliortaec- vhoat p IiJ 1 rV NIIID fWe wowldlikVtoask throWi tbe oi1orot your paI- tbean ii l pW e ijtneJSl8J rnot ib n curedand we alsoi5p5wi f mantwrralats such as sour 4 rt jtmint offoSaiJ 4t od IfHt F J 1 ys ii t feelings fileBplessneas lh ratany trouble coniiecld with lhb1 stonfach or liver This ififcai tDi ha been soldl for yi is T all civLlVtdJcountrIPs and we wish to cirespdud with you and send you one of our bqoks free pf ebsts 1f you never tried Ajig ustFrov ritry cne httlejfirst Veiyiye never fenonn of iLs filing Isso something moreJJ er4ous isthe matte with you Ask your oldest druggists MakcsWeak Women Strong J S Ihave taken your lemicks Pepsins Blood Tonic I know itrttfi be the bast tonic ever used Itwill make every weak woman J strong X cannot praise it eijoQgh i Mrs O IX Pickering Jney 111 Focsale by Hrfv donfc iru JiFilthy Tlss I iMlal1Q Sacred cows often defile Iodiap temples biiorseyetlis a body polluted with cti stlpationDOJ Dot permit it Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Life PiUsaodavold untold mis ry Pfiey give lively liverp active bbwf1 appetite Onlv 5 cents ot lIudonRobertson i Those Routes Mr H G lIX n ornpany HbLitEiSljmaster Waters of SprirtsHeld was here Monday in confliYMice witn lJotm terConj waJiin reference to one of the rural fre deli v ry mail routes recnUy1cctd out of this city It seems tnal the citizens fjSprlnjEffieil lar ofthe opinion i ithatthe1 rout leaamg out the SL Rose i ike is encroach Jing on ftheirrighH ti the extent thatI SprtngHeld hnuM be the distrib uiing pwiot iiii al of Lebanouj cpnsequentty ijuy have sent vigbrou9ir tis to Congressman Smith against the route starting from hei e The result of this protest may betthe abolishing of ibis route altogether The peo t pIe alongthe rtiUt t jgned the petition calling fotvi Lebanon as the distributing point and the questiobseeiI 8toutjmerely a case fttbeearlt bird catching the worm The istnc of tile rroutein ttis county Iia two miles in excess pftthat whlc h Jies in Washington It liot knows definitely when any pf the routes iltbfl1 0 ti atwP r routes n UeooMiani i favarably reported One going i 1 1 Ipjiit of RiUy Jkndtbe other put pf rGrateli Switcb Lebanon Enter H i prise r nlt1jTi t eW8 J WJD I oefeIyeryhappy Jf it l iR N Bevill Qld Town wnn JVdtredouri case of scald head It dahghts sail who use jtwfor Cuts Corns iBurns Bruises Bon s tlCef Eruptions Only 25c at Haydon and Robertsons drngstore On It the tiNt iudiftiofi of Kidney trouble stop It by tkltigFoJq XI4 WJT cure Sold by VoddRbberisok DrugCo 1ti Ir Iis riiwe b1Qfy red DollarsRew Tot any te of t tairh that cnanot be Pled by Halla Catorrh 0 Ire I CHENEY m Prap ToIedpii We ibe uadentned have knowft J Cheney fo tbe last 15 years aadb tpeasto carry oat any obligation made by their urrnd 7 WzT 4 TUX WholeaaleJ Druggl ti Toledo IO ALDnio KiNnXN A MARVIN Whplf sale DruTglsts Toledo O Hallg CatarrhC relsf taken internall1 anctppuaeurfaceoof peIbottie EnJdliTallDrnstUU Ip nlaitliN trM State fair Work The Executivei Committee bj lersl orkthis week with preliminary arrangements for the StateFaIi- be held the week of SeptemjiISerS d In Addition to the su1 VlloseappolDti1ents ladies L Gay fiWQQdfP dviiiis reek apppintedSuperinteni Sent of Saddle Horse Depart iiient At tile meeting of ithi jBoard of Directors held Juno 1Jr pay was elected Si membei of tie board to fill the Vacancy Occasioned by the resignation Mr R M SmithV Mr JNSarper of the Kentucky Expert ment Station has been appointed Superintendent ot Gratn and Field Seeds One prospective exhibitor of horses has written p engage 50 stalls for his exhibit this year N T11ngsare rapidly tkaing shape for the big show and it will be one that Kentucky will be proud of Farmers Home Journal rriisl IUltstCnrCiiiedS- tartling proof of a wonderful advifacrf in medloinB is given by a druggist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Ya An old man there had suffered with wnat good doctors pro ouqcrei incur elelvedhlsttin Bitters an l applied Buckiens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him Wbea Elt trio Bitters are used to el pel billions Kidney and micro be poisOn at the same time this salve exerts itsD matchless al inK power blood diseases skip eruptions ulcers sores vanish Bitters 50 and balveSS cents nt Hay do n Robertson t FRIFOltSAtB I will at She Court House doo r in Springfield on MONDAY AUGUST 25th It being County JOur Bay offer for sale to the highestbldder the farm known as the Kelty farm situated seven milee from Springfield bn St Rose and Loretta turnpike on tKe waters of Kar din creek andcontainlng about 188 acres of land Has onita good five room house and other improvements including1 good fezicesSTerms One half cash the bal alice to be paid in one two and artngsiXwill be required to secure the deferred payments For further particulars addres + P KNEISEL 251 8 CanAR L Road Louisville Ey ityou are troubled with that iitt uucomfprtable disease called plIes dont neglectit Dot let the com plaint get a firm hold Iyciy day the disease is neglected it grows worse Commence once to use Tablera BJckeyepiatmentr the relief i imme diate an4 cure infallible PrJceSO c in bottle tubes 75 cents Haydou St XOHrUuUw Folcys Honey T n NISftt A i ISfrt5DNrh ClYIl War il1eI f Ctiiily- 4 Mtch has been writteni litely aoujnotorIous EdT Jrel1 thisiectiIndeptl qf at encounter between Terrell ind Marion near Chaplin On the morning of April 11 11865 Captain BdTerrelt with a sq lid of PederaJ soldfero met Bill fMarioa and bl4 band of grerrlllas at Barkers tine Obi1Owingthe tr country the two compnles did untiloulyf a y thernatId the Mieotlugasajm- plee surprise to both Tierreli and Marion swore attach other roundly bra few moqwntg whet Terrell turned ta his pea and gave the well unoer elltbl attempteBarViii r residence and barnIer reila nen succeeded in reaching the desired place first frPoa pttipby Marion awl his men James Brooks One of Terrelf men re rrThweres 4Ta jam munition became exhausted and the guerrillas during the inll wee preparing to burn the nouses lt1aritby piling hay against thO walls when Terrell succeeded In dispatching a vn sseiger to Bloomfield for reenforcemerits SppttsAXjmpany whichwas 4 cated there went to his relief and Terrell escaped capture The dead Brooks and wounded Thompson were placedf in onir riages and guar4ed by Scotts c9tnpany and Terrell and bis moO set bat for Bioomfield Marion and is meD followed and barrassed tueni nfl the way Two of Terrells men who were enpaired in tne cbnflic were Jo seph Taylor and Ben Stevens who are now residents of Spen c county Balls can W found in great nnmbers in the viciofty of the battle ttbIRlat day Near the scene of the baitle stands a wild cherry tree uppa which the n tedk1t erilja Ben negroRobertvHpse resJ dencethefight betweenTerrells and Marions men ccured wat very wealthy bube with his en tire family have passed away and the buildings have been de strovedtTerrell most darinj deed and toe one that made him famous watbG capture of QuaQtnll and rhisJbancLof guerillas About May 1965 Quantrill ana his men estabhshe4 hLr rendivoat ib Nelson ana Spencer coualiei l They we Iong svmpathIzers anafrequeally visitedBardstown and Taylorsville None however savejii few knew thjs was the famous Quantrill as he travelled under din me of Capt William ClarkII On May 101665 Qnantrill and his men started on a mounted expedition Aft leaving Tar ibrsville they rode to the county home of Mr James Wakefield Here they partook of dinner and fed their horses Ins bars near thehouSe Terrel had received permission from the government to hunt BtackHafr II J have used yew Hair Vigor fer lye years sad am5reftIy pleased with It It certainly is ateM the otJUalceJer so raY- l1alr1t keeps aiyhaIrsftMr HelesKilkeniyNewertMadMSAyes been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years and it never fails to deI this wprk either You can rely upon if for stopping your hair rpm falliflg for kCPIIIC- yourscalp clean Ifor- king yourhairgrow- w a uc it l4Kwod sr 5Rir and we win sssss- Ie iM N MJWS s lSttf or arCmews 005 ASdflh- C AYDCQ xweu Mall a Quriu1 Sue iaiacjt es The Ia nle day that 4intrill lleft Taylbrsyiile Tar ral and his gaernllMs put obaTOJuting expeditloh dlgcovsred cavalry tracks feniUeoutof TayiorsvlUa 7A Colored boy whOa they ettnforlHcitHrtl tfiajt Clark Quantrill with hIst man were at Wakefi lds bern 3 ust ever the bilL Tierreli sum aabned his mea who PutHQmber iedJQnantriirSithree to one He led them cautiously to be sum mitof the hill and haltedl while H man wassent ahwad toTfconjoh ter The scout renprtd that the guerrillas were lounging in tne barn andjheir morses tied to nearby fencesv Terrelll gave jha ptdar tpthiOve- an wuen the crest ofth bill was reached com matured his man to charge down t upon the barn Tne action waft bhef and decisive Quantrillwa iltapia in the haymow at itIke time Others of5 hit men wefe louagiag around the barn Terrell aien came cloJrI1QJ1 thuR like a hufriiiaai Qnaa tnllsDrang to bis fetat till first alarm and when he saw the ijumber ol the enemy he ordered his men to scatt rMost of the horses stampeded ani tleawere compelled to trust to their feet i Uufprtuuntely for Quantrill be badoD that day len his fiorse behind and was riding athprou bred loaned tohJm by a lay ad mIrer1The animal was unused to firearms and was off before the jeuerrjila cbuld reaph him v Borne of the men who jiucceed ie4in reacbibg their1 steeds beg get him to mountbut tfe refused Then one of thezrajeni tried jto EotQuaatnll bn behind him tbut he fell and jumping to hss1 feet started to run He bad scarcely proceeded a b p1 reeLvards before oae of Terrell s thenSing1dd4hicn OutS andran his horse towards biai He rOde furiously untilj within a few paces of the guerrilla lead wltqbiscolts navy m his rigbfv he took a quick aim and fired ftuaatrel threw up hlsihaadf andfell face roundedh1eithi was carried into WJtkefielda home The remainder pf Quan itreUs men escaped L Forte privilege or letgi Ileft at WakefieldV until ha should diebr rscovar QuantrIJdSTerrell 500 in field guaraateed that iPerrtll should keep his part of tcptract But higher tMprity than Terr lPs preyalle4 land or dere Quantrill removed Two days later hewas placed Inf spring wago8b1cmlerlotq en John Palmer and driven toLon isville where he was placed in a Military Hospital The bullet BtruckQnantrill at the shoulder blde1fracturing the spinal cpl umn and went deep into his yt ibIsbodyed p until his Oath which oc cur ed June 6 1805 His remains were iiaterred in 1qe Cathplip ceaetery in Louisville which faith he embraced before ae died In order to guard against grave robbers Father Powers wbp nad charge of the remaias had them barled within twenty fee of the cenetqry sdperlnten dants residence and the mound leveled to the RrQ1ndanc1Jiodde oyer Bardatown Standard I CAUTION Ihisiiis not fgentle word bit when you think how liable you are not to purchase for 75 cents i1i9 only remedy pnLvejrSally and a raaiedy that has had tbe largestsaleof any medicine in the world since 168 for the cere and treatment of consumption and Tnroat and Lung trouble without losing its great pope larity all thfeso y ears you will be thankful we called your at teation to Boschees German Syruo There are bIJlYQrr I r dina cough made by druggists and others that anl cheap and good for light colds perhap bat for severe 0oaghs Bronchitis Croupand- for especially CoBsamptibti wBer i tnerels difficalt expectoration and cough r iaf during the nights Hnd Iporn t ttlug there iis Bbthiagi ilkIj BUM Syrup bald by rugS giltS In the ciyilla d workf G G Green WooHbory NJ lonN64Nir f FrHi ih R5C9MS Onward wlyec the faatbuf trOtting stallion of Mr J4DrUfnof this place ny beeei shipped to Hartfprd CCHSB to Ibe put iin trajaiafi f9i the cpiniBg season He wa- vttippedTy fX1 press to ensure a qufcTcji t aadA safer passage The expreet charges alone aOnndto l00 Wneat harvest i14 Nelebn county has comlMnced ai if lair weather continues UM great er part of the cereal wilibein- the j shoct by this thee jrtxtrweek The crop oa a greetaMwy 4cid ia thiuhut in tto tieta ces the heads areJot a dl wjll tiled Mr F I Wheeler who lives cm the New HaYen pikebefaaL cutting ar veryfine cropki lay and- and others iin the aaaie neighbor hood will begin the firyt of next week V Mrs Elizabeth Bishop an aged lady of the SaUtoir iieigWxrf hood died t the ifa bar 899 James Ballard JWaahiaf to owbfIIDWM debility- The unera occsrqd at St Thomaf Thursday Befofe her marriage to Mr Bilbopt1ide eae4 wasthe Widow pf ibe famobrockBallard a wIde ly lraowa ctiz en of thiscounfy a ftumbetbT grsao Shewa a sisief f lti Wm W Green well fnear town Messrs Qtton and sIlB8fir sold to Chas Burjss for i Chicago firm 134 head bl cattle41Jy erng119iponad at fflpiO Fhey also sold at the Npe tiara to different purchasers 4dbullv averaging 1400 poUod ait t5 3 Pash sad Bealmer ioKLrt the same time tb Chas Barns 176 poHIiIit64i pncestliat haye bcen rcaliied ifor cattle in this county thisi spring The above cattle have been on slop atreenbftier die tilleryI LsadaAN Qnclilnate Cpfh Care hijll othtr id1Ciue iVerJtriectfoi colds idroapt andkn t aad lung frekbleii aytD ScptfCHrrla Ot IXJ aatOwH Pa One Minute Cough Care la UK only absolutely safe cough remedy Which actai1ntIediate1y Botherseverywherei taifify to the goodJKvt done their little daes Croup Ho sudden in its attacks that very often ibe doctor arrives too late Ityeiltfr at oace to Oae Miaate Cough Cure tjeasant to take children Uko itSure curfor grip Wonctaitis coughs Haydotfand Jtoberfiom Specialcduc4Patu to the West The specal rates mId for the iBriperlal Council meeting Nobles 6f the Mysticf Sttriae at San Francisco Jiie JOtatoWtlr Ai O U W kc tiag atFortlafd June lOoh to 20th BPOEGrand Lodge aieetiag at Salt Lake bity August 12 to 14f and the Knights of Phythks meet ng at San FranciscO Lug 12 to 22 Apply through ColbradQ aad Utah via the Deove JWo Grande and Rio Grand Western Toe scenip Line of the Wprld passing the mpstfampas points itf the HoOky mountains vtyo should see that yoir ticket reeds via this route la Order to mike your trip more enjoyable For rateq date of sale and free deecripttyallkerature caUov jtae Ueirest ticket agent br5 addreai S E Hooper G P A Denver ColoradoS ICrtfcky QfIt t icKmoad Jalj I4lf Georgetown July 22ra6 Daaville August DexlagtonAugast r ilIl ItIl ShephftrdavUle AifaM 1tLawrenceburgj l 2for1 ville4t1JShelbyyilie Aiguw 2 L4Fioenee a Germantown Aignsi R94 t bi2Springfield Sep44e jtQt- I Glasgow Sep4embe 3 Ewing September 1143 Horse Coves p17j1I4ui1il SepMlltb ft 2l Hartford October 4 Dsilng the nius i trlgnlarltk arc oItin nIS4 1i in reh trIakhig hr shintA- ttene to tke kWnejs at o c iiyMin 1Oyu K4He j Cnn SMby Wool otMTt oii Dnif f K our = IIti ist p M How Chns IPsiwd61 Ij I The Health Pspartsaaal W New York bin islaM a cjialilHy St aoca151d cheap bakingfJ pow der which it fouaa in thai C1 I Attention was aUraeled io H bV I1ilow price at whioV IU irae on departmeBtatorw fifaat pri annsr5bbtol the Heaith D urtfiMaU ve potthat 1oi i JiI at J or wbic aaa1yt ojitto b coinPuwd O ahm aiu- palyarised rock ebeifijr Tie powder was ieelared tobsdaneroeibe heet a several iboaiaaii- cartedtoithftpfal po w Ei gj vIitrojedIt is unsafe to experiais nilii QnfjKtinffi olfbod jA kj ifii6ifmade fro jOaaiv rotefftI iMte injurious auitter la battafT powders the h4Itk elausLu y of tarter braaasstbt t IOOiSalCt1eSS thS7ktiter in uw and are heaJtMal U ypad queeito V svd1PinwuuIa4l tJ Everybody ind l hsos isa tkHt write4i Mrs i4JiSbild tqaamHersMv Pa 11 was so tow after six aesthe of seyere sickneec ciauab Hay feveraid Asthma ttM j thought Ii could get welt bi tlearned of the laaryeUova nwrtt pjDriKing New IHaeVraty forconaumton used 1itaajl amJ t cpttpi iely Clretfsu7or deeper ate throat awjl laaf dissiess I is itbe safest cp re in u werit i and isinfallabk for Cofia wU colds and 1koeaial affectio i Gaarameed boitlei 80 cents ind- fiOO Trial bottle ttJlayeei Kbbertspas 1 4 WISWNSISSM5S The oliowIngierrcAitZf watt of fete Mo S i rittirft 1 have been trcmMid with kicy d1shaseiorthelastiyes Jfl fieskasd leyrf tf ftUHiwith leadixg pksLclaas and 4d sit ree4tss CWt- yr wthst finally I tdedloltvi ew tless tmaM two iotttaa of M aWLI a Hw sound and well IfW aj Wood Robertson Dt y O kloliOn io pojwlar fares at e asticabk iaereuc ki asss ot Pain kI1r c esfro gudieIsts TIs YMWtt fttllic1PwriJPainkiller itH oMtuI SS4 but MY extant fr Nt brikse Jalii revcM all of which art of oommniu eeiraac Mher 14 ylCpr er I tkrndgk accident yetTwhare thf standard iitNt allI fI M QM pf the meat ilatiBaii faec- tiotte wito haidle U ttkt of 11I1JM ff o itpariee A1V jMwapapers are willing and aaxkma to prbit r aotlces of deaths scanning k If f the OOtDuitl iecin rMJ eulogies ac ara rrTTT 11 I mediately after the death la which cue they are j news ileess Bat wiM Mlmll or ears afterwatda a wants M obitwkry priufcX yta criertoJet a eon to pMiae4Ba scrap book Ajgrariif it to e covirty rith a Mtpnat Itw tbenof ik to bet very rawreths a rDC1 u in- wspspr rule is iiwf ualeec it is of M leaet tea per cent 4LJSrsueb m4er mua J 117 owitted uniaW tietuclfl vtros explain full to a+r niadert W Wan t tMV wlitjiI1 lla or ateewsia1wor tqti cop 8 1ft t oil bng a ttst 1 JIOf 1ti umiwap7iryt T A r J f6 J n I WUK I IJIflLJSttT w to rs 715051055 ra JAPava-JHatgnlrA ifa l4 via ta1 WMasL Oni dinWI M 1 Isiaed ij JesI I grAWtl at elasnj o tte MMrffl Sisdfredin aLotto Joha Tmn J ia- sr Jseat 43 JsoininIMIInds h si 0 t r TiIiFr waT r s iItNtws4tAOi cJ II HII THUMDAY f tS1 A R IN ADVANCE i GH6LD KY ij L AYON jrF MWP tTyil i T4 Wsu tfIntaei4 jcssIs 4 r Itj l t11MItioeL M OFb bt e- ur W wIi iw bs S- 7t iisIise de on lIbrJ- w ftftiwi rNsid1 M afTpee Ii1uIt t c 5 HJCt U Y JmtF 1MI 4 2t rfCt t Cleit y +i aM Mkaakd b eUMlolfi cvzIo4zT 4 lIar It o of otIrk Ld s fl circMlit ct1III- IIIIjIIIi a SI tH D tInXdifer JcMWte F P UTaatoa who bM Ii xitisinf 11the cry of snapV methods tW oeoentic comaM 4jeWforsftys that hev will 1 Wji w1I from the race if the xMoofeewof ysp eOavtMh fiU r toihe stetfaaemt tht they were proped iitbeircW io fvorthriie IllCJ1pris inter est ja tirtioontest The nei- berg ot tb0 comiaittee might de ma nd oflfaltou to knoW wliai t SM r aeer they would have that bewO4uId ot break IiisH iaelsiMM ppeftrs to have done j tb4 MM efeined in tiittele IM to tM boiimittee promise x uif tob4eyny acti nthe eqiiei aiigkti take in regard 10 o1Ing th coiyentionr- 2t Ttwiayirily an age of cliques j and trub all after the poor jtoaJs scalp The latest isthat a bill diqe reported to beheAded by aobJ IfI Gates is said t- OI hyeMcneredjulyop tions in j Jbi and to nave bought of sfcfrte over 15000000 Bushels I I JJJIiiethey have less than WboO000 Bushels to cOver with Th com pit yesterday on the I Chicago Bioard of JPrade was ex p citedadthe eloping price wasf v tytwp oents a gain of I oyeriTherewas a warm time at the 4 Blinois Democratic convention t Tuesday dyer the adoption of a i I platform and Bryanifm and free uvtreceivedDanother severe iarty having any mention of tbe Kansa City platfor n oJI ittTbecheif lankof the platform J vwk pted is devoted to a denun fiajbion of the trusts and high tariff f fc Lord Kitchener reports that F t he surrender of tne Boers in the 4 Trsaivsa1andOrange River ol t osi1 kai been qbmpleted and ttwtt Jk ece88ify of further MilUary qeratioes has ceased I so As w1et all England rejoice and gQ aTbei4 With the corona tio ptnl1 = 4 t VnciMiJ1S rice Ttqus ph1yskal and mcatal- aWit a ik dtNe S wkstani kahard labors The hittenseon to which the cSant1yMsctehaiadpuiagI ti isa sad oon heache hack JJache seura1ga rheuasat l kStC deveop in ievers Mn sadi w the cue M isi S P SwIlhNt 4i- I 1Pin Pills s1 a euaV PSSdISt wekg I was kst jSi M ks sad Id by all bvg Is- r M oi vgt Issd iiiiiiii4iiliiiliU4liaN iii iiilaiiiiiiiiNiiHH t Iz ikNCW8FfOIU tbe CountyY Jt 11 11 ppa1at AfhsGuntyIi ipii r i fI I Rthi by Correspondents Iai a ItCIVVCCCCIC r 1III1 Wiiiiiiiiiiiiil T iIiililiilil AA cJf fatkim SprtII Born to the wife of William Ks li fa girli V LiUle CDniisyery pick at this writing Miss Lull Thboipkins was iia BloowSeld Friday Qmite crowd attended church at ckbnaesud j Jiyea G otwas in Spring geld 1Thursday John Carey and family visited relatives here Sunday f Th painting of the church here is about completed Ivap Carey bought horse of Season Goulter for 175 Brvaer Armstrong visited his sis4eii ar PoUn last week tvS Pinkston beught a fcr1 Tnompson ft Greeafor f5u Y iiv v Jphri Ifc Bbyalty rsolda nice yiaroldmareto Allen Derr for B5t H1KGrahamt o0 were iii our community last week buying laiabs r Mr1W H Keeling had good iQrMi kiiledby lightmng last weelc Mfi and Mrs GVW Shirley attended church at illisburg Sunday 1 Several young foiks pfSprmg feld visited the Springsi last Sunday ly row Sattertj oll mR e bunch of Jambfc to Giham4ICpl last week v Mr John Dalisman nd family of V anBuren visited tArJJ Johnson Sunday A fishing party took about 200 pounds of fine fish out of the milt pood at this place last week QWheat and hay harvest is now in full blast and the song of the sickle is jjeard in every direction We have jjut experienced some very hot weather and shade trees were crowded Jn this I vicinity Mrs Richard Kays died last week of mental trouble Her remains were interred in the Bockbridge cemetery Jacob Humes died last week He had suffered for some time with dropsy The remains were interred intheBrushGroveI cemet ry f5V f MOORBSVILLE tt Si yieral of our people took in tibtei show Springfield last Monday Mr ee God y andjtfr BM Gull spent Sunday with friends andatIvethipleWheat ftblast this week Wheat mpstiy is thiii on ther ground but well headed d Mr Jas M Wall attended the meeting otthe Democratic corn mi ee last Saturday atvSpring field tp1 pThefe will be a singing aMr John W Cutsinger next Saturday night Everybody is invited to be present BornoIi June 18t t to the eightPcnmdare doing well Mr Ashef Hendricks kitchen was destroyed by fire day night Ite lost Tiis meat and proyisions amounting to about W MlikisSj Befctie Cokendolpher of Chaplin will teaqh at the public school house this fall We have According to the census report 52 scholars d Misses Catherine Sisco and Florence BryAn two charming young ladles w ho have been- viUng Miss Louise Settle for the past woeWrettrnedthBards town Tuesday morning We visited Marks Greens saw miU last Satuijaay a d found the7 wer flikig about everything that could be made out of timber They have a large as sortmenti of machinery land art doing J a large business in the lumbef line giving employment to several men paying out close to 100 perweek Xr W S Boblettvgayeade lifthtrnl birthday dinmer lat Sunday June 15th it being Ins t 7Sd birthday His two sons and QM dawghter which is 11the ildretihehI in this county t besides grandchildren and great grandchildriin Vattenddd the dinner May ha Jive to see several more birthdays is the wisk of your scribe i t rINW lMIIi ounvillage Suftdayfc Quito a number of our people attended the show Monday Mr Q It Harmoawas in our village last week on bnsiness- Mrs Sara iSettles bought a norse from Whartonand Maye- sforieo x s Mr and Mrs George armon oZ Lebanon visited relatives here last week 1 Mwtfohit Turner And omer Hughes were in Willisburg last Sunday I M ss Bulah Shewmaker spent llast Week with her aunt Mrs Sallfe Wright Miss Vena Bogers has return ed hdme after avisit to Mrs Alex Smith l Lir4m Of Teza5 wUl preach hetherfpurtji Sun vdayMiss Lizzie LitseypfrJuianapi oliMpjBnt last week with friends Vndj relatives rEI v Mrs Tomm4e Sutton and her daughter visited Mrs 0 yO Adams 1asteek Mss Ella Adams spenVlast week with Mrs Wl tT McLaugV lin sear Your town v Miss Grace Cull spent last week with her auntj Mrs Tom uidleyof Lebanon Mf W T LQgsdon bas re turned to Lakeland after a vlsi to his family hete Miss Hattie Nally las returned home after a visit to the MilsesNllyatmuelSv Mis Jane Settles is at nomej After A pleasant yisit jtp Miss Bessie Condor of your town Mr Creea Settles sold iiorse to Bob Grayes for 30and bought qua frOm LoBarkez for 9 Miss Maggie Smith who has beenvisiting her two sisters at Frederickstown has returnedl home I QMrs Mamie Settles and Mrs Nettie Brady spentiast Friday with their sister Mrs RobertI Shewmaker u t Misse Addie Goxi Ethel and Hattie Bowles and Seth Shew maker of Mackyille visited Miss Dora B wMs Saturday 1and Suh day T PULLlltM I Prof Ben Crouch says that Mark Shewmaker of this village has the best crop of wheat in this community y MrEditor I have just finishL ed setting a crop of tobacco acres I watt the subscribers of the NEWS LEADER to pray that the days may not be too hot the worm too numerous and Lazy Laurencedeal sparingly with me ijntilthe cropismatured Mr John Mayes who has been clerk at ulliatn forseveral years says that some OnO recently stole Itanand hethinks the pefsorv who tpoklt wanted to perpetuate the memorv of their grandmbther who reared bOetfamyoo bread t1 cooked in these quaint old uten isits Mr WP Ityanbfftlfisplce says that the grandest sollection onelleXerYoung of this amonil 1whicfrplows moldboard plows and many others These pl ws Mr Ryan says seem tohaVheen sharpened about the year 1860 and used continuously to the the jflawn of the 20th century MrW PRy n and James Dennis of Pulltam report a suc cessful expedition on Choplin j Run last wepk Mr Ryan sas that they used all persuasion to obtain sornOff the finny iribe but faiied1o athao1 except one little sucter and after staying two daysir they made for homr firmly beleiviug that the Tathanf Sprigs Fishin clubl have sue iceeded in successfully hypno tising the fish in Tatham pond Mr OC Foster our merchant it PutIJam and D W Crouch of Brush Grove the venerable con havehrublebaffair is tip be regretted yet the citizens here sympathize with Crouch It seems th4t Foster was riding yon the highway recently and V lady addres edI1 hImas Mr D W Or6uch He unthoughtedly spoke of the matter to some confidential l friendiI and Ctouch has heard of the mat ter and is greatly angered c Mackvillo y iteed Thompson and Miss Adie Cox were in Louisville last week Lee Cochran bought 16 stock BugogfQrj Gorge Warren 1tia house and lot near town tJ6e Lober atO0 posessiori Oct 1 Wi G Marlincand wife of near Perry ville were guests of Wfamily of James Boles last week Rev C J Nujentbf Harfodfi I burg will preach at the Metho dist cnurchap town on tne fifth Sunday Df Shewmaker bought1 a bunch of 180 pound hogs of Will Milton at 610 per hundred also sold 6 barreHs of corn ajt S q1ahVanArstinlel tbf31guestsoof the week R P Hendren bought 17 stock ewes and 17 lambs ol WC Case lambsWhicbavelag o etrsCo i D H Matherly sold 8000 Ibs of tobacco to Charles Ciamded Co t8 cent also sold a much cpwvfo Wjf J Mathbrly for 40 oneto William Milton for 3650 Iand dne to T J Halefor 3750- C M11mer solda l1OI poud bull W J B Peters tat8 chits afso a bunch of but- cbefcattieto Peters fc Co t8fh cts and sold 5acresof laud tof W Si ShewmaUer t20 per Tacre v Oneof the mont enjoyable oc tbepleasuretime was tnat of a moonlight social at the home of Misses Wil lie and ZulnLl Campbell of East Texas on Wednesday eveuiijg froqtherj l 1 BOOKER Wheatrharvest has commenced bin this section of the cpunfyT M L and Mrs ME Troutaian spent lasi Sunday wtth Mlsseif Annfearid Mattie Jones and brother at Rays Sum nyifc Miss Katie Sisco of Bardstown and Miss Florence Bryaja of Jeff ersontovya have returned home after spending thelast week wIth Miss Louise Kettle at Ldcustl ivIew Our Railropd ajsfent says be has been eignt en years as ticket agegt and the first wdek in June this year be never sold a ticket and says be thinks the travelling public bas struck pros perity heavy and cantleave it GHAPLI1N Miss Arta Sutherland is yisit lug relatives in Danville J Miss Mattie Hays of Bards town is visiting relatives here Miss Dot GoJby visit ct Miss Miss Eya Sutherland last week Mr J H Duncan and wifa vit jilted Mr DB Sutherland Sunday L Mis May Powell a charming oung lady is visiting Miss Netr tie Huston Miss Lillian Murphy is visitingi her sister Mrs Jennie Pulllarii pf Fairview Rev Burnsr the Baptist mihi list preached at the Methodist church Sunday night lMrs EP Crouch and daugIF f inlloUrMiss Willie Moore has return i ed borne after a short visit with her brother Mr Reuben Moore Mr Ike Cpkeudolpher is out of the s ore at Bldomtiel4 for a few days on accouut of his bad health The Christian church at this place will observe 1 SlChirenF Day thnjp I rth Sundyin I tThe ayej ryervinleresti ngj iodeliyerprogranjuie tWILbiSBURG J +Mr Leslie Graves wasr to see his lest girlunday Jack Sharpjwas inHarrbdsburg thlsjweefcotf business 01 Wi vi3iati Of Makvilli- wasin our tWn Monda y l John Turner spen Sunday with nis mpfieratt tliisplace ij t Mjss Margaret Cheath m is vji siting her sister MtsO J N Cullli at Fenwick this week iElder Campbell preachedto a large audience lasfSunday rn- iIganddvenihg at this placeII I MICA I AlV 3takes iliort roads AXLL41U lighti lo- adsfiELML od for everything that runs cm wheels slit EvryvEhsr xftIXDutDOIL O J Horace Grider and wife were visiting in Anderson county the first of tie week j Mr Thomas Trentof Kirkland visitedirelatives heret Saturday and Sunday lasf j8E DlweHs and MiltoA Jrjder made d flying trip to Harrods burg Saturday last E 1 Cells sold to Harry Greenwood a very finetoPbuggy rubber tired for 12q John Williams and wife of Maple Ili spent Sunday with John McnVoy andwife MiM gisYeastofFenick- is visiting Misses Nora Mcllvby and EmI Sutton this week lriQtiJ Mil1erandtf family yisiteil frierids in Cornishvllle1 lastSaturday and Sunday Born to the wife of P OOJlonlaMr Edd Sutherland and wife of this place made a flying visit to Harrodsburg last Sunday Mr John Bell and son of Bardstown Junction were at the borne of W S Gibbs Suuday RoD Bile botighto Pinkston S GofEai bunch of hogs averaging from 90 to 100 pounds at 6cts a pound Ii am authorized to announce that Rev J A Simms will prf ach forjas June 29 We hope oyerybodywLl1meontMorrisj for flit IscunC1 time ago returned h me Monday We are glad to Bee iJorris back1 with us Mr Jonn Sutherland our post Biaster who has been seriously OfjlD1syapn The ladies oitha Christian church will give a supper at the residencei of A BWeUsat Wit lisburg on Saturday night June 2yt It will be a full supper and everybody is cordially invited The proceeds will go towards repairing the church You can get your supper any time from 4 to lOp m Gartwrfghts Greek o Mrs ErnilyOBryan iis very ill at this writing Crops are looking bright since our nice rain fell last Friday Miss Mary J Jtolah was visiting Miss Bettie GarricoTuesday Farmers are very busy this week putting up hay and cutting wheat J Mrs Frank Carrico entertain ed some yOung lady friends last Wednesday sev1eralborne last week Mr inobertWhatli is pairif ing Mrs Henry Smiths new home this week v J Mrs Teresa Blandfordt and Miss Laura spent last Tuesday witja Mr Hillpry DplanVfamily Mr and Mrs Jameis E Smith entertained a crowd of married people at their beautiful home Sunday 1 Mr John Murphy had the bad lucta to lose hishjprse last Saturday which he had failed to find from lasjj reports Misses Mary abd4felIssa Do lan entertained some of their many friends Tuesday evening in ajchdrmin manner Miisses Nora and Julia Sitiith will entertain at their lovely home to night n honor of Miss countyIndMiss Maryls i Srlaf If Swing fever is another ituie for tJuiiousness It is more serlouv than BOS people think A torpid liver and inactive bowels mean a poisoned yteinif ueplected serious illness iaff flow 8t symptoms DeWitts dangerfJiiowiel and cleanse the system of 1m purities Safepilte Never gripo llav taken peWltts Little Early Ris rs fortOrpd liver every spring for years irltes R E Everly Moundsyille goQdlthan anything I ever tried Haydon Robertson I j I aiiWi ii iii WViWiliWiW illij J tvITVi f t k bt Lhec CaVrfrJa4i iii i aI n i Call and make a be for Vf YI SEEDINGil TIME Jivaj J f wt iii5 at t 1we have grass seeds of all1 11j 4i u Air Ji tt4 tt II aSctaltoflM I d diibTUOMPSONp r L 3 n If 1r I mm f 4Jth 1 fWONTHE FILIPINOS Mjer iZiir4ner W eeeu a aOoverne efaabaa ttKajor Qornellns Gardener who Is PbUJpqlneatotoncernlng reported atrocities ikj Ute provinces of Tnyabas Laguria Bataa gaaand Samarwas formerly civil jgo ereor of the province of T yAba MaJor Gardener Ip his report aslcerr l reason the senate committee requested Secretary Root to direct the officer to appear In to testify Major Gardener has been one most popular offlcersin the PblU = I VAo ItIrttweuDm He Is a natiyc f MlcMgn and a grad sate ofWest Point He was with OeD fpaiperlence to methods of fighting When the Spanish war broke out Governor Plngree made Mm colonel of a Michigan regiment Later lie went to the Philippines apd at the head of diotpthecltTOfTa1basandtook t sharp skirmish One year later theN formerly hodble natives gave Major Gardener one ot the most enthusiastic and cordial l dem oastraUons ever led In the Philip J pines to an American wearing the ar Biy unltorm It was oh the occaslpnof lila departure trot the province to g1rlsreudaddiessesr cathedral by the padre A ball aM supper were given In his honor and American and native flags were swung from the beasea and stores aloag thi way jMajpr Gardeaer took no military es t1cort and went linarmed butal yi1 tettlletlII a laaUedwJtbMajor flardejier possessek great hcntlve abliltyand has all the qualities nmsixnry to successful military lead frhlilp He Is nnw ioat fifty lefl1t1 4dl sow He FaileA Was your sons success oB tbeHtfV of trader Hardly replied the disgraatM ktier He tried to run a corn r tM flraf thintr but bt picked out the frrf fcjomniodltjv What did he try to corner Wllil pfiv tin near as can mal- teqntItlllk14 to me Bllt be bad jjill tut iiivirty tii vlink crop atee4 ljatyijir fhliji ruBL Tb Word TIlIeJe Ttio word itreaclit undergone an ddinodlOcatlpn Attimttlt was applied to pucU decoctions of roots or other sub stance as were deemetl beneficial It medical praetliet theuas Ihesef wert frequentlyt sweetened it came to ttjeso any sweet conc cUon or confection and lastly was the weet est of tall this name was applied tOS1l11PI Dsaoa Authors Littl B vrPspa Wkt15 a paogazlne editor 1 Author of some repate Why be iII the man in the magazine offlce irho prints the articles he pught tt seaS back and sends back the artl iwgbt to AtieatiTe The CrowAre you listening tojM The JUbbltT I aau all araHcW- WCQ News r iiuIsiMyM 1 4 f Ii W1 Otl And Ye C8jll fford to sell lat1 f cIoseiiguTes Oirrhoue jsnjj rfullI ofsoWe rifthel t t 4 ffyifest Bhiles on the market tAn SII6411anJIntid r selectIOn tind ready Spin- gI k1i hd Yoti must remember near handand jK tkkinds Ieinake Se4Otr lfl 1aLlIjct SPRJNQFELD itIf qqiof7 aultai7WaaWngton buahjvhacklng aslII asmolaBsea exclqslvely prlnttife Our iaS1 t Iaiince jci gt ift 2 SOhJiURN MUTUAl I I tInvestment CompanyJ fl I I OISIRNKYrf jf f rIIYf rf dw1idth OT 1 IAGEItT t v t JI Pri II itVI 1 I t JJi iit h i r- eCEMENT23 wJf l f 1irfOi At Lowest Prioesr JtJi i f F1S- ROUGH LUMBER It i t5 1t r I DRESSEDLUMBER r SASH and DOORSi s- jLATHUSHINGE i ij1 O tvt r ipp dI CONTRACTING f AnythinginThe Iui1c1ing line atthSPRIW- FELbLUMBERtCOs t Yard 1 t i4HN f flJ 1CALL i DGBT PRIGESi it r1 t1r t0 THE COM1NGT JULIfeT HatlJabp Predietd Far Mabe- tTIIMalera tie Child Ae reW Mtbtl Xallsferro the phili actr sx iwhba the tetfi lames A Hern predIct ed wouI4 be the next great Juliet la atteactiag Eaucb attention fVora the Itt taU iroteNien 8e ttetNI llac as exclusive school for gkla at rfiImTtCeB BEIlTWAnCo tie young girl aad bas bee eIr warm frlejid Miss Ethel BarryBJOMj hai also paid her marked attention Little Miss TaJlaterrollt tbirteea years old and tfefnfor that ltaco siderable age She tf blond and aa slightly irregular featuiis nhd pathetic eyes She has beencalI J a miniatUre Maude Hltand Eleanor Busf Is teiuperumentl She udt been pkylng sUicftsbtf as b n tnfaut Her best work thnMiitr was dose iai The Chllflifeii of the tiaettb and Ifct Price of Peace1r t TTThe RC Thca when yon bati Aaialiei se Ifmresnlc1 the profetsoc ef ttoc tien and 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ldbbsspui ma lf- III COP I- naI r UTJit = I1t1 iiK I allaIt isa a tt M fMart Iett Ii1wis U 000 10WN LecaiJl1f liII IIIIrt I ull nt t Al1AYK1Sd J FI 1 Ir aa w 1fMr McoiMl aoiad t Tpp yI J1I 1 Wit N iah at Haydon r rdd 1iiY a car Joadof colv 1tyJl SO It EEN k Cra4k a oa hand for odi epirIbtm WA fobd at tke oldi bop V Jicell8Nwrecm I Mas4to11 ie SraiT1ndJJ I 8hwkirI a1 Wtts B raura JiJfewkft 1w My property sear theIi fcN jK4 in gprimgBeld consigt P warehouse and scales is m thhorrer tt J AiVw t TIRe D1I1 Pricetheeit liit kood ctiig a meeting at tile pttsfc chttrch thl week Quite aiMMbtr erf acpea o g JMtve aljMfst r liMK aitde to t e church jJij imgik interest tMora a1 Beu KoElrbY1 two oolored lilrryjngworkql engaged 1ij afttriioon wbnBen struck atwk 4 withi a brick ahat teri8f Ykj Qg fa b te the negros hea1 SiipBcotherB circus exhibited thejat o1J IR Ihe community wereI cu2ngry was clearly shows by tfcfWg rodS that attendedi c this show at both The circus was a performancesii ir it Wag probb1i ita1aOney Theaai j eoaffrie but the performance givenTwas good enough as far as west The show moved on ohi here to Perl7vilIe- wrKByron f Croakeand dep- 1It aBey Osbdrneleft qa the mSrning yesterI 9f BenSprattand Jessie IVic ad sentencei d I iiloyfeprw Stealing The case is Iijj irni1ione to he readers vl the WtuJER The offence dc InEecIboulj ifourid Although the evidence f the young mens guilti wa C J otinth3ciTtg1ytrtthe case Was so Bard fought the courts thai nunjerous fte I ysrauIted A gdbd ealpf syttpatby iis felt for the relatryes 9t he young men who by their i4Dfi t fL jjjaya brought thisl disgnidei on a good same Itris aid that 18fIckard nbtwsiotjrante4 Mlsalonary Work- Tio11owingetter which is HU ejcplariatory has been re iveslfrom Rev Miles Saunders Jtlte1BOiiltaI Ii J JckyKijcitawa Breathett coKy June1- 8Ife1hsbyterIanMionar y Society of Sprinj ield uldc know the delight they have given to awiseion school nth mow byesidthg up an organ they would feel amply reid It delight and a profit not only to the children but the whole 5onmun1tyepIng to train services for the choir above Let your prayers 7csompnyladies and th6 blessuig of gooNGod Will rest upon you and the school l th than1s pIt MILES SAUNDERS Skadars Specials fish every Friday 1Fresh lemons and bananas cakes and candies a fFishad on short notice Fresh balifornia canned peaches and apricots WANTED Country hams and cliickens Eggs and butter for C Of trade Ma v women fall to digesti their t t food aad so become pale and sallow ldnaMwek irbile the brifhtaett lRs awl beauty of the skis aileiMBptcctioa depart Reaudy this b tik vf H erbla after each masi to dirs twkatyoa haVe eaten Price f at Kardo afldebrtisisI 4 I9eLGoJJ Vn If yCarfr One of the seasons prettiest events was the occasion of the marriage of Miss Mary Hartford Ynkey to the Rev Jordon Witt i Carter at the home of he prides father jVedneidy at 11 oclock The parlor was prettily decora ted and the soft light from the pale blue tapers made the effectfr very charming indeed Tile bridalprtyentered to the strains of Mendelsahons wedding fflarchplayed by Missi Humphrey The groom and his best man Mr Orland Benson Beck of Stamford were met at the foot pf tile stairs by Miss Bena Van key ani her mother and tile bride ontbeannQ her father The mantle was banked with ipahns and potted flowers and Vines were arranged toform a beautiful bowery Under which e ceremony was performed by- eth Rev Ct4 Hupphr y During the ceremony Call ile Time Own Was softly p1yet1pdth party left the parlor to the Lbhengrtnv bridal M arch The bride was charm ipgly gowned in Parts mull and tJuchees lace while themald of trimmedwithsatinrlbbon Soon after the ceremony the bridei reappeared in i handsome iallored gown of blue cloth and a party at once drove to Leb anon where they kthe train r Louisville The bride is the youug tiaughter of MtJJ Sweeney ankey and is a typical Kenr cy beauty quite popular herevershe is known Mr Carter is an eYangalist pt e Southern Methodist church n earnest preacher a young man of great proAilq and is rtainlykbe co grt iatedon having won so estimable a com pinion The bride was hand somely Temembered by her friends with many beautiful and useful tokens of resrdaj i Aftfr speeding JjIaysIt DUi TII4IjurJM11 Carter w ill Qa entevjad bY the gcwnis prerUrte lyitKen they will go iolieir future tChFf PariW fir ale farm botaining 49 acei- tuatessi itl Ma ton4iitr al3outmiIesi frQIJ Sppivle1WI ifpr sale iA good boise am barn ofethe place Iud firm ialf grass except iit8 acrea Also contains a fine lot ojtycwng r PiJtr3ulargapWJW lii Li 1 1 ftiff jDrvEv J 2 eld Ky tSprin ItI LETTEKLLSTb15 IList of letters remamfng uu called 1 r in ttie Springfield Ky Ppstofflce itr th week eudiag June 19 1D02V UTS Ella Dorsey 01 J 6 Coffey Byron Carroll Oraycrofti A Miss Minnie Clark l J Forest ColdweU lliss Alice Frey 0 Gardner T G a Grainger Bobby Gpsma t c ijor FarO and Home tha Jones S Milieu Mary Rose Mdntyre W A Pike orWilliam M hmith i Jt v Mise Lizzie Boone v Qrt King z M ay14oz1dbIiWiUMOrtiqnf CharlieMegeVt TR Richardson WaWlS When calii for thett Ictttr 5 ieabe say dVertised L Waters PM I T tatereitlai tiTAilwia nfer rt Daniel BapUof OtterVUle Iowa writes i I Slave had asthma for three or four year utid have trieda11the cough and asthma medicines in the market nd have received trearmeat roni pnvEicians in JJew York and ter cttiesJbuv ffot very little benefit until I tried Foleya fjoney aad Tar i1efwi 5 siucercly recpmmendjit 9Iby Wood Robertson Drap Co t FarmFaieTwo hundred abd forty acres 4Ne1soncOuntyJy ow to cash buyer Addrees v EDREAD 615 West Chestnut St t svm 1Cl T T r KPtfBONAL 1 Mr Watt b iran weak to tends yili5ila3y i Mike Simas lass rttaraed from 4choe1atStMJaWfllZobertor at home1 from St Marys college for the vacation rA R Sholte vjdtetf relallYes laI Lsbanoa tke Irstof the week Miss Henrietta SpaWIng of Lebanon iavWtIa2 Mlee Katie Cain this week l8FheofBloofteldwuln Mrs John Rowland of Barclstown visiting at the hoeit J J K CO abel Mr sad Mrs Ohas Molniire have 8itratativtiveMis Esther Bpolware has retuned torlcItOW8Nick Ray of HopklnevIUe Is heretthis week pa a visit tp frteads relatives LoqIiulei KaQtt1tkilJlkcrand Mrs Jaiaes MOAt e of Lebaapa visited Mrs Teresa Hal here Sanday pCrs W IiPenayaad MnWaIlaeS- reeaG of Perryyille visited at 8 M JCarnckj this week KlHeltbzliLB chll a and Veva MoloboH of Lebaabm spent Saaday with the Missel Browa UarrliTRn her o parents MaadMrs1R Gray Mr Lad riiob Taylor aLl chUdfenAf LoaUjylUet are here for a visit toteffaytR M Nos MM Faaate cAme4aidson Ersest pfBardsipwn are tiaeeU at the home a f Mr a dMraRiigh SWell this week p I Mlss iar MeCliord has retnraed home from Chicago where she baa keea for eelferal onthi stadyiag lat1lhitIIV DrltklrsreMdernt pbsiclan- atSftttt PeaIeeyoUegfColtzm blas Oieheie mr a visit o ty jErneetetafntroii grvardi LaW School fhlri week andwjllepenfa shprT while with theIrarts QMrs John W KNJy has ii urasd from Loalavllle ancbi Improved la health after having n dergose a severe wrglcal bperatioa Mr Lee MoElroy aad little daughter of Kaasae City are here lora ihprt vislj to his parents lMr aad KnAC McRlro- yMei Sallle and Snsle Davis of BIooBiIeld and IMitsee May JJrowa nd Lydia Lee Houston ot the county ate gaeeta at the home of W M Darrett tali week Wortwaa received byvtD Clay brooks yertdrday from Hobert Clay IIDIthatbead been taken to St YlncentbeiplV yeUnlfolHeIU1anf AluifrhHHl i 1I suffered front dywpedsia and in llgestion for llreenyears writes W SDStnrdervant pf Merry Oaks N O After had tried many doctors and Medicinejto no arail one of snyfriends jwrauaded me to try Kodol It gave in media releifI can eat al most any thing I want and my diges tion Is good J cheerfully recdmmatid stomachioableweakens the system You need whole some strengthening food Kodol en dleS y u to aisitollate what you cat digesting it without the stomachs aid I aydoi ahdRobertson No good health unless the kidneys are souud FolCjr Kidney Cure make jhe Kidney v right Sold by Wood Robertson Drug Co t AN INTER iTlONAL TOW- NplI1fti Ut XglrA tIteam VarUerXim It would beiacerrect to tlatea letter from either Nogdles Arlsltol Nogales MeL alone for the town belongs so thoroughly and completely to both thai Helthertilf is a town at all1it U the mptt completely and curloosly lateraatloaal place that caa be concelT tPtWothe town from the kills and the life eJtacelowparcatly to say them lay However it mast sot be eapposed that tkerj k tree trade across tke thoroughfare Which en one side is called lateraattoa al street and oa tkeether Ute Calls U ternatlonal In the middle of tke street when the Calle Ellas or main business street molars Ute Interna loaal ave sue stands a stone ebeUsk about twelve feet high apd in tke vicinity ef this are always OBit or two guards In civilian dress who payno attentiOn to empty handed ptseersby but will stop sly carriage or any person WHo offers to cross with a burden that might contain datable material per casionally on the Mexican side one sees a Mexican soldier in valform but the cuartei near by Is top small to hold more than a small detachment and neith soldiers nor uniformed cus toms guards are ever in evidence Ulon- jthebordee Tke Americans life apart from one ROt1 1 in 1iSdLvIlhouses of all grades most of WIIIk are yery neat aad some of which are uite laae and must Me Wen costffi Their streets run up Ute sldi1of the moaatila glta la which the town ts sitaated Ia amoag their bpasee are the adobe cab Us of the MexicanS wke1 are tkelr hewers otwOGCl anldrawarsef w terth se terms being literally cetrect here for the fas ef the ceaatry Is cltttthe tewa water wet raa PP tke aigker eleratieae ATNTN OILOCKl J w aC CopyrlhtUi Br the 8 a XcCln CMapany r i ItwaSr IVllliaaj oIv1 leotCo vllle Manor who firt disco voreiL 81 ghor Albapo Sir Willlanl prldod him eItoo being the patron of struggllpic genius and no gave him he commission to perpetuate In marble the beauty ot his only daughter the Lady Margaret The sculptor was a nan of twenty eight with a fair face cud an aristo cratic bearing There could be estioathtq he was a nealartist with the cljisc lila enthusiasm promised thatliework was in prpgress 1tineabothwell fravele4and well read od while he knew how to keep the mo menta from dragging he yet preserved kit attitude of deepest respect Lady Margaret looked upon him with rever ence as a genius Perhaps his yout and good looks contributed somewh to her enjoyment In the sittings but this pride forbade her to acknowledge The buat When finished was all that be had promised If either of the two young people sighed that the long mprnlags in the studio would be no more they gave no sign Threeflioutha afterward the fattier and daughter were passengers on4a steamer for the orient They had been out three days ibetoretheldfllcoyete- dtldtthelcnIptor was on board He explained thai through the death of a relative he had come ibtb a fortand had set out ofl a tour around t world Sir William was rather cha beyondthegratulated him on bif good fortun therefore his manner yet conveyed the fact that he did not consider that hhi change iasjirospectB entitled bun td treatment ai an equal The Lady Mar garet was a most well brought tip young woman and she vaaesltatiagly followed her fathers cue Two days later as netaloae oa edlaerwUbentered into conversation In vain her toanner showed h1m hat the old day of bappy intercourse must be forgot J DID TOUaOT fXCETVX FAYXBBZ IX PUK JOS ions wozir teL The Italian was Imperturbable When she rose toga he even dared to lay a hand upon her arm as be said Lady Margaret I am here oin this steamer today because I knew you were to sail on it I am here to say something to you and you cannot go until I hayS spoken Tlie girl hail snatched away her arm ud faced him proudly as she drawled with stow Insolence i Old you not receive payment la tuftI for yeas work A Oko of such poignant so fering croBse4 bis mobile face that a mali of shaaie rose to her own Cheeks IH1t voice was full of repretca as ae replied Is it kind to taunt me with the fact that I bad to sell my genius for still lings and pence You were nof When you were my model Ton we Ire not only pleased with mjj work as an artist but I fondly hoped hatlbad found favor in your eyes as a man Perhaps her heart responded to Jill words but pnly prldeet race sodwed In ber voice as she answered hoUr Sir have you lost your senae1uai i walked away Hke an Injured iuees Half an hour later tbeAwrathy Sir Wllliara halted 8p theisculptor and aidf 5 Should yoa speak to my daugbter Again while this voyage laSts I will ap peel to the captain to have you cke4t op IB year staterbBtt w IlSfr Wllllaint TiWled alP Albano respectfully but JMfitedagly do lot drive rae to desperatiea But Sir WlllltBi refused to listen For the next few days Lady Margaret often felt bis sad Imploring eyes fixed upon her but be did not again venture to approach her The fifth evetalhga iioto wn dellver ed at her door Almost Immediately following Signor Albnno made bis Gpo pearance Injthe smoking room He car rled a revolver In hIs hand His face was pale nnd his eyes blazing Gentlemen be said to thedor loungers In the room I must Jroqblt you to go out In the tiest half bout may iwrjrp a notv If 1 do nil will b lwell If I do not we will all gp to the Iwttom together at exactly 9 oclock There was a hurried scuttling of tbe smokers The whole ship was soon in commotion discussing plans for its ftcapturedently mad and hence must be cajoled rather than forced At quarter to he called to the whir pering group outside the saloon Gentlemen we have fifteen minutes T 1 wINtJUBAwh- ire JshsL 1 the yew Mid ScottS Emoi-M bur My whweEs sdeatISagitI have SM5scaIaSSlPIC I SCOTT BOWKKT Cemha 445 Ptttl Sheet YOik ieit i warn every one not toaaw a the calamity by tampering with my stateroom door If you open tk4t doofc you will explode thffty pounds of ay1 namlte atpnce There was something theatrical bput it alli and yet the menAce in the hat lana Voice brought a shiver The cap ttalgmade a sign to the ships carpety k ter and they silently went ixJow carRinterfeverishly partition It seemed hourS before be kadrcut a hole large enough to allow lila body toslip through Just clear df the door was the signors steamer trunk Two wires ran from the door to the nk and from tie interior came a noise like the ticking of fa 1encqtti Sot tly now t Up with th cover andlShtiodkercblefamoog the bUslneas At the same moment the report of d revoiverrang put Yplin the aalnthe clocl jrur polntlngto D The mad toblqtempleback a CGrp8i The white faced pas- sengena waited tre blkily torniict- Iereport bntlnstea4 thy kearda we mans wT La4y yo1j bad 11ItTruly ninety pounds of it But for the cptIa4Ofsste4dhave fluent of a madman And did the Lady Margaret ylekl Vt the last moment Tbnt is the secret ibcked in her own proud heart INILERiVER MUD TU SlTtlea of ike Gentry kThat lIaIhtdtoiThere la nothing jtp make ond realise Ute Importance of mud indeed like a Jetaraey up the Nile when the inundai- v tioM is Just over You lounge on tk leek of ypar dahableb anft drink is geography almost without knowing lit The voyage forms a perfect introduce tto the study of mudology and sugi geptis to the observant mind meaning natureofmudid1acth1ngel aa suggest It for in Egypt you get jeur phenomenon isolated as Jt were freca all disturbing elements Yp have no rainfall to bother you wo local streams no complex denuda tion The Nile does it all and the Nile doeii everything On either h iaA stretches away the baredesert rising up lih gray rocky WIlL Down the midst runs the one long line of aiiuj rial loStin other words Nile mud which alone aUowacnltlvatloaand life In Ythat rainless district The cpuajtry bases itSelf absolutely onmudJb Jnt11pearcmanured with it the very air Is tuff pi ItThe crude brick buildings that dlHore in dust are Kile mud solldl ed the rett pottery of Asslotij is Nile inl baked hard the village mosques and minarets are Nile taud whitewashed I have even seen a ships bulwark neatly repaired with mud It pervade the whole land when wet amudjvj disguised when dry aa tluststorsi Cornhlll Magazine o Arabian Colee The Arabiaicoremaker hatlal prepared his tie of charcoal and pl4e 4 near it a bugepotcoptainlng water takes 44few handfuls Of green coeberries carefully culls out all Imperfect berries uNl foreign substances cal thenpiacea tliebet of the berries In a Ira lladle held over the fire The rle ore pennltted fo roast antiS they begin to8 okeand are then while Btfll uncharrcdpl e A 1na small oHar and carefviiy brayed with a p4Ue cloaelyflttlngtke cup ot thp HWrtai5 The 6crri are sot however r 4 tc 4 to fi dustt WWIe this process has e B going on a small pott has beet pialf tilled with tepid water roia the 14rf pot and placed ov r the Ire Whet Uw water In the small pot has bop lta boll the broken coffee berries are thr owp ini nud the bdlllng la permitted deco4tIiabeingahynisIgotboll1ng over TbecoVee liei then served in small CUPS witfrput cifeam or sugar Prioe dlsr With C wtlo Areyou sun that your argument itre calculated to liHjnjw peppleJvritA your pubctlllous prlnclpies f I dont want to linpresa ens too strongly with my punctillonsncss ah aD1thim to feet scared nbont making a prepeaitionMrWashlngtbn Star JitaWaT SkHL f ISoftlelghTbat howld MlsOjggteiw- ealSy laughed at me lawat evening Oancher knoir Miss Cutting Oh well you shouldnt Mtice She often llaugbf at notbiag CWcagpNews Wall b ve eats and the paper dang eltherP9151phia cKBOtr Mtv Jtlfik ho was always wca a hYpe U- yourssty Her father failed tome week age and all they had was sold at aM ion9 SPoor thlngl And now they have to live la- tie L a Ht house the suburbs What a cliABgel How she t fssl itrYes She iII so muck chavcer tkt even her best friends would not ecig size bin 1 met her In the stret 15 day anddld sot know her at all peir thIng I PRANK W SIMMS ENSIMMS IJOHN iisIGMS FRANK CW08lMM8qOf j f Livery J Feed T Land leSStable New anld Stylish Big and good Houses Special outfits for travelling men Give us- a trial Comfortable stalls and good treat ment for boarding hoyes PHONE 75 SPglNGFJBLD KV = c ire IdiIe Your Inspetilim I if GD8ISpringi4i shades WhTe Goods in all the I nwweavesMercerizctEffctI r iia11 T tWearenow ie co arEgf lf l I J offt eGJbQ If +MiINQ The largest and most attractive v e have rev rnbvvn ahcl t7 LINER IN PJ1C- EThan J jrtJ- Oi you willJ J IfinJ nedau VjJitB p t a Iarge tsStck Ii 0ffI fRa CORSETS f J The I tstshaes J riltTihithPinkand lue 1 n r Dont fail to visit our Wall Paper Carpet Lace Curtain and ug Depart f rneot It IS now more complete than v ever before I 1 In Shdes we are showing yiciB4a4 Patent CplfJ Fitent Kid Velour Calf Box Calft Ac made on all last from the plainest to the J f most extreme Call and examine them Itfe Guarantee to Suit you ft We still extend a special invitation to cash bayars Always giving special cash prices Thanking you for past favors and4 solicitinga continuatioti of your patroaag t we remain Yours Truly Cunningham A Duucau- iJ I Ii jIj fi ViV1iVi iJ CLOTHESTO SUIT JfI i ol TIm WEATHER i That is whtyOU 1 r li want and wtt have thern j 4 Lf j stock OfjJOur Menss SurnmefrT ir Suits Hats arid Shoes cOntal 4 J varit andgood values 1 w1 To The Lathesd oa L fb p I We extend a cordial Invllationjo visit a 3 our store aisd inspect our stock ii 3 summer Dre Goods atd No6ose i fJi t 1 jntspecs1 bsjgaihsr I 14II J t Qriiudy Glaybre Iclntlw 1t t Mmm Mt ri ISlIIsthe man to se aiout UphoIssr Ins and reRiirin Furniture wlLftJni f forD and windows furrjtJft put up Also- SCKEENlKKXRS hyl and WJNDWt fr- t1Make a specialty of tjifc su mehts furnishing and Jhsn1ng t size shade Keep on hal4d earn Headquarters at present J Y Ma FurnitureStore Y Yt 1 = 1 Mto Locals Fran tteVUoon Tbf oegro excursion wn e karoo on icbedule tIIi4I6DII 45i Tbthor1ttheIIi4SiSdj M O j V1 wolf Is hope tis ltb ISr1 ill 41aM bS1- I 1M I tA Mtij CHeQ f iIIl ox a aYSS ltof thist r 4 aU tt Yrdayco an awe IIao1toiuleld k Play ItI ruyJelAiIrig 4ante acms of action they i4b i M mdy for ibsni- 1cF8f trti to a riroan2ig tie score ba JiIi a o I ia faror o8priifjfc i4GlM r wp boy f tni gptties te Tfe victors wIl W giIithama1ves airs ove kyfc tarj for the next rrtWb iiLbTirfD- npssriint Kertn at a sworntJ111 his itrlHld Saturday Judge avitw4ICW suMciaUo boWiJi- ied pfeetd blii bad at Ijpck UpoIIi faLre iq liVe thi jijtlwJaeiiI wt YII1tFd 1 wka g UI p wqin owtt Ai writ tf 1 a4M corJ befo- rfiJe1Tha TkI write wa W srri1daa Daa av kk hoH Howsr bs dWat e sari iskis born aati1 itfrsW a1diwsri out pq warraib f trhl I elJeCoiBliiCetWJiear sheep iaom JGretM forgtot Oa the way bf i deyabout two htranwaaCl rt lIlhll arrived ieIat titBifhfcihere Were thirteen sheepCl iesrdThe othel1lWe reredtheCr but the dasd aa were left until the ixtrningHWeeowners tieted to re MOY tfce wool from the carckaes Befortth0ir return next morn a i takenthe SieinBridf rater ODaniell t Co g I then ited 81J tapiD8tthe L IN e ofo the lw00lof e reLswore they sad been buried incleaniirt but the LferentandgaveArdct o1875aThe examining trial of MFJ Btnpon for hooting his spipw Win cqauiy was called in the iGounty Jour Mooiay with Judge Cooper pre idinS1 W 6086 waifoughthard Ithidesandconsumedc the wboleof two diys Tire courfreiiJ Thompson over andnxedriusjiboadatl200 whichl e gave aoc an Was raleeI 1tfroa c stodyj The evideuc as btouil Out during the trial was substantiallyt as given Iin The Falcod attbe time of the shoot aingMrhad imadei up their differences z and kd been living together Jor alove nonth when on Sat llrdaY af rJIoon bef re the BhQ9t lag sielet and went to the home ofhefather Mr McCauley went ioMr Thompsons Monday mornihgo get his wife to go r hoeiewjishe refused to do and the trouble occured The shooting was done with a 22 piG itQljtaQbthePaTcon at the time and the evidence failed Ito show bhat ha iad arazor I I 4The diver die witaont air to eatbe The coBsamptive dies wituaot togs to or of Iiuga breatAetHatrI1Jamttiuag by M k flow iia aad dIcMs the coBsamptives pro jpfett the laags grow weaker r fb IBM KTgt isiInMedand the Mood changes from scarlet to par isqdat bood3ste11kc of2 r I1p TJie Nt sGflI Msdca1wea4L r ii rthelfiteHS od1arrig the pratU rdi csse udlieal tfce mliaiea tie j Xaac diiMim have been itoebeiBS cured by OoW 9 Medical Dbovrery iaI cue WJMK d pMt d cougal Treqaeat baa P rha c onaciatioa weal Mkl iH7TMts alTpesi4edtcifat tevisaUoabycoi I miia i f IMM yeaw io I WM MmntL ahelp kai ricltm of Ikftl dread dtooje coa 1VTMes Mr CIIM Froe J p Mef Sklca wkec ttIw sss q for scwel ea l 1 h4 a4 absii b4 giv iiaEayaIni i rIJJf =aiaaer a kke css4a the J uIbssdIp friflWt hteylAr4cSY- IIIIe irtly aHdra bM sea kaM Pee4a ctsa v lar e cuathli14 JI == li I aaLuFt rros MrLfO- TNARCOTIC d 1IIII- IiJitjf if I 4 rsCowiismF verish fteHJi SuPr- siisgnature o- TXLW YORK i itxAC1COPYCWWPrAPPDt t morelt1il1nUS lie was made here Saturday Mr P OC1eaveibo ght of Mrs Ann Broken her lot on Man street between Mr C U Bosleys residence and the Norris House r which he paid 1700 We e reliably info dtQtljiMr eaver will build tf large mod ern hotel which wll be cojnplete every department Mr eaver conducted the SpringIn lisWe1lmowne js a man of gOOd business qualifications and he will receive teheartDr G G Thornton of Gravel w1t411 hs bought of Mrs 0 Sf Harrison her hO1 eand lot on Thpriiigl4Eck Hundiy place The p ice paid was 2600 We aref jds6 iiliab1rInorrnedton eXpect to remove toeproperty purchased and to make bauonhisiutiire home Ha- agentlemanof high standing nd will be welC mea to our city rvur kkdH U t f IIR4 rl ilsy1IIe md writes Fw ten yearB I WS con liued to my bed with disease of thy i1tIjequtdcpniultedthe ery beet medical skill available but could get no releif until Foley Kidaev Cure vas recommended o me ltkaaLbees lod dt o tue For vate b WOQdjRobedadnDrugk C If the stelfflach performs 4tsjf unctTb actlyeJyand regularly the food of which U the receptacle is transform edJjnto dotjanpjttri8hUi quality which furnishes vigor end Warmth to thewhpte body Hcrbjrfe Jgiyesone to the Stomach and proi4ote3 diges lion and assimilation Ptlcc ce tt- Haydqkkobertaon 3vV AtNMkNqifrSAttCk of oi such disorderfcoff tke itonireit eIJJllttlfcinp the heatedtermwben it jpaufer ou itcaeRf 9tthe PaiakiHefisi i a1 remedy tkatkMeHaL1ed and tbeI seyerctai3ak luvf bpen cured by lt AyodHb titi te thereis butoua Parnkilier Perrr Okvif IIIIuIIIUbaIaiea 4In MHlf1g Roman caiIdlea a cylin e1 aIthey put some of the composition they put In rockets and on top of eachStar Is sOme nioVe of jt lHy mixing certln pioducedin death scenes on the stage at thfe theater are made by mixing a great quantity of nitrate of barytos with mall quantities of suJphar chlorate of potash charcoal pulverized and are senic fAmAnciently 4u many put of France when a sajo of land took place it was be Custom to liave twelve adult wit nesses accompanied by twelve 4lttle boys and when the price of the land plnCibethey were bezttenaevereiy so that tt e1 pain thus inflicted should make fprcsslon npop tketrinemary aadwtf required afterward they might bear witness to Ute sale fttottetlM Akvt tke Lake The following figures obtained from reliable uparcea sbqw the mean level Jttbe Jake surfaces nbove ho mean tide atN w Yorknnd their maximum itpths refpectlvolyi Lake Ontario 2 01 feet 733 feet deepLnkeErJciji280C- e t and 210 feet deep Lakcfrf lcblr in 58128 feet 370 feet deep like Onron V88L28 feet TUCffeet iecpr tikeSiiperl or 0017 feet 1008 feet deep The mhfIake f Tile 4ke1LIM aqiiareiilacterdlflg tioa fa M MtewB Jjak lafeclor 31 900 LaU JkarM 23JOO Lake Mick1 u VSP Lake iri 9990 JUake On iarit TJMr tr total area ef 4tqi MvarIlI I r y j 1rDDII B J iait achnarn The kiwi You Have Ijfjv 1 f Beata theI + Iu of In tr II j1 Use J For Over Thirty Year- sBIITURIA NTa1I HIS HEARTS YEIRE S G4Ja146tNel bv he s Icauecoape- v9I4I I4 + +I i + The chimes were Btlll ringing as Tom Hastings sat downin the half tlarkness oft tnq little ichurchl He had strolled tromJiIthe place only seemed to rouse his brain togreater activity Yet he could n tt1i1nkot his story the story ad3iueat the publishers Insteid i sait only 4 girls fqce now s yect and gracious ais it had been before the quarrel now cold and repellent AS tbV pUBttwp weeks had shown It A iftrain of music broke the silence e choir was tiling in Haattnga lcarelessly at the white rob tboyc4ngbtuus spiritual framed Jn an aureole of dn hair an ideal face for a choir liBut again his thoughts ran back in tie old channels to the quarrel andiIts 11 i HE TOmtEIJ THE KSOII ASU EKTZBZD TH I rOUUIDDKN CUAUnEB consequences Her work had seemed to goion usual She was a success tul mIuIatuT pnlnu rat least flue C4 rr yottherang with femfnlm voices That was the maddening part of It She lived just across the hall he must see her many times a day He bad made Jill his mind to move But then he perliapst 1eptlIuI there Some familiar chords op the organ Startled hlm Was it the pffertory al ready Xea and tha ideal choir boy was singing nlpne His handsome face was flushed and in his earnestness be waved his sheet of music gently to and fro ubhlest in the Lord ho sang HasUngs leaned forward The words wee apparently for him The abso lute certainty of the boys topes carj Tied conviction And be shah give thee thy hearfa desIre The tender voice went straight the mans heart and comforted him Yes he top vpuld wait patiently and per haps sonic day he too would have his hearts desire Till then ho would wait aud work The next two weeks weut by very dinfcrcntly Dnilt r the press of a new enthusiasm the book seemed to write Itselt The Ipst iheci bad gone In fo the publisher and be ha3 always fwprn a smile when he met tbe girl on the atairs heY bOw was still as freezing but bo only smiled again and bummed the few bars from Elijah And be Bbajl give thee thy hearts desire Again HasUngsisatini the little church Perhaps his c h9If bOY would iilng fpr him tKthefJuof tbe rcaiaiKteader drooped In tiglare of the cBoir lights his face sboweiWblt 0 and haggard while his eyes were swoi lieu from weeping A WAve lot pity wcBtover the watching funni fmight aowbe his turn to comfort T ie sweet 50411550 yeleewa loW and brkea Hastings determined to dthe meanlnff or tbe change So he lingered after the service and a kind faced ca rate told him the sad little story in1assnd the poor little fellow lla left all DELINOUEINT LIST t LISTtMAOKVITL 1DI8TJtIcrtNO WoO H B PowUs DeinquL1st4t to d bfPBtgwptBld 1 Insolvent A cikpiii iso 2 tLruUidi1saku NoIUdO1entarLoui l NojudOrayesFruk Iv1tGrlIuyeptI J t LewiH Firank J r In iVtuiIeMciLriik taktMthleIosc1u MJthbkieob 1 insolvent j LKntgM6atgeerywatter 1 Iiuitt yR8 tWILLIS URQ DITRIC19 3 Graves He ry 1 Irl oUentJ Gravel1 W ley InoLv4 Graves Frank j 1 Ius lvtzf Hawker Willv 1 t0sitHungate Will t 1ustFcrr McMurtry1 Widct 1 fnivnt t Moik1 9h slInSmith Luther Iu 1 co1yet4cl It Saltb Isaac 1 mnqlvhi4 Smith Theo L 1 Insolvent PQrrSVILD18RiPNO7 Adams Bob 1 lcijlveziti Brady rUbav InI9Ivjut IJJtOrwlordl1uuleutDllrbamfoUt 7Elliott j DAve 1 1 LeftCbuiitv iElliott DatiI Deud EdeleaMry 160J Listed vrong Edtlea Ray lIn8oIYb fFromiu Jack f Wl oIvutl t UlUtdr 4haa r 1 us lve Hubbard Qeb I n io1vO jLogan WlL8bI 1J Insolvt 4iSmllsyBudThomaaGeo I 1Ilvnt Thomas John 1 IsoWn ThunaoUjSam H 1 Insoiti 1nso1yeptYoungJim j 8P1UNGFJELD DISTRICTuNp 80cJAdam Tom i Iwblventi losoJvestBiowl1BarberBil1 1 Ituolreat BarBet JIp1 1 InsdJwat BradyJIm11neulveaLBrady Dave 1 Inclvat InsotveittBasrUge t Buckaian Louis 1 Insolvent fClements pan 4 Insolvent k pi ft aione ueis Oeiui lUre roe oy negnJnbois utwe tuust find him a some Charity Kcliool Mv That dellrati cbli4B a Krfty school jftistliiga couhl net bEt- hought Jt of Tt4 The tee of the child blaitoeOjjvolce was very eager m keMw Let me have hlnir V Ant so Jack c nie tLyItbebl wIyjtherewieajftBback the pretty mother WHHtlij sleeps quietly but be baiiatedtFanew big brother like a dcreptIntogrief that time was trylBgf t SeaL But It worried u stlngstbat t the taif Ldihouldin and found tb erboy poring ever soIpcblg tlOOIGhewoDJ4 talf k Ingly scold him for toralng into ca a little bookworm You peeL some one to play with Jack he would say It Is bad ior j t to always be cooped pp with an old fellqw like 1iTom wastonly thirty but Bomehow lie had teltlvery old and settled since that pIghtIBut Jack always declared that he didnt want to be with any one else and he was such a shy child that Has tings forbore to press ibc point He wail therefore much surprised 04thejbeno boy lie became really anxious njWJanitor bad not seen him He was turning from fruitless Inquiries when ImotchlldlshImr insflaitIugubeitatetI And now the girl langhd It was the same saucy IiitheShe had stoleil his property and should Answer for the theft He knocked boldly on ibe door SlIcucV He knocked lipID Evl dcntly they did not hoar blur So be turned the knob and enter the forbidden chamber Surprising slglitt On the ftorJs true Turkish style sat the stately Miijr Trevor On her lap were a bgsheeto- fcnrd60 and sundry brushes and paints Het Mir was disheveled and severalr daubs colorl ornamented her cheeks and nosc Over her shoulder in a state of vgreat excitement leaned the truant Hastings hardly kneWhimV tHis cheeks were flus4andbIi eyes were dlluclug he crie1 Now that 1lathe way the little mookey awdug oft iby biitaiI Hit cheek was press ed closC to the girls and his arm res ed lovingly on her shoUlder Evident jyBbe had won lila heart too Hastings felt a swift pang of Jeal ousy and started forward Then they heard him and Jnck sprang up with a cry of delight The girl was too loaded down to rise and she sat thore Perhaps it vuit the sudden flood of cojbrtoher checks ierhap8 it was the Upward glance of bet C3eJnt any rate a sod den light came to Hastings For a mo uncut he stoou there blinded dazed Then lila customary eoolnuiscaine to tIllngswlthi1the most of It Jliseyes challenged hers as bo said How long bavii you been a Tceclvor of stolen goodH Miss Trevor Idm glad to see that you have the grace t6 blush for yourL Bins even under your paint Jack was quite shocked 4tShO did I tlof steal jmot htf prplirt4lod T was ftteI f autUullJIJlleThats Just as bad Hastings an swcreil severely iQUmean to say ttlit ue euuiled yuiin Itere4 J4U iaH tspeechless Tkeglr ka4 i said hotbsit You yulgbt at least iavlte sue to sit dpwjf9nce foUarfiJlO comfortable 18tbcilknow neeo- dplcautetanfl ttk yghtsihatlt toittVis w vs raal to we ypa atwy ffck Miss Trevor ifaHedlo icraBable up fIt1llutoabgeow to her to be either comaded or i i F twioeDavidsonI I lIMCMyatJI Dnucafl Den11 l lBlveHt I Dav1QwI1u 1 Insolvent Davldiwh RIJtou l BMlVHt jEdel6ui iiJdelel1 tHi ifIientEdIt JoPr iiIi Fvert EdLWUt 1 Insolvent InsolventGruatiyiihoeyjr1FroaMaOOIltslu lJ Ins lentGthItj nrL 1 Insolvent OoaLlaYtrJ1m 1 Insolvent wr f t Goodtoe Sex t J IjiBulyentoK sfGarLiarJohn J imjylyent tGad yWUI 4 i I lv HarCor foni t T ffiW Insolvent Hundley VasbjfcV t P IttA SPR1GIXaLLNO9 t J j Ci ISIdo J6Jurttu dlhlt JBradyJobutClement mbrse uiiouysz e oJtWJIJ dAL jubtyegjt Flower Samt 1 rilit1 l KeeuerJnhl1 J IDsqlIHlt J tMcElroy John Insolrena Montgomery AVIIL 1 Lefpcouiity MuuuLgUmeryJobn 1 Ioqlynt1 f HAh ore Harrison Ii In dlv int VRof l lu8olvijnt 1uiiulyiitSusberyJobn It SPR0 FIELD N 1jj AnduHun Jobit I ly Back man Honrv 1 Ins liookcrPaul J iBakerCasey Joe l 1uio1unt Nt l Dead1CarrlcoJohn q 11lventCrowder V DtauAbe1w l Insolvent r lJurYI 1 Insplyent s Elhiij1Juhu 1 InsolypntElIeryJ6eJr Insqlyent J InsoIsntEdInsO1vetEdHooker Len 1 Insolvent Kimberlin John L Insoiyent LetodutyLewlsDeuIDI01YentLewllf LettconntyLeachmaltGeu Mit eUIedJ 3 1 Insplyent Mitchell Dee l Intplyent Mitchell Ben 1 Insolvent lode Henry 1 Dead McGee Clay ltl 1 Insolvent Mitchell Nelson 1s Insolvent Nuts Ambrose 1 Insqlvent t OibourneFred 1 Insolvent t Phflhij John 1 Insolvent Phillips Will r 1 Insolvent Phlllips1Mat I Insolvent Riley Doerpft Dead ByThrn Insolvent Spalding Bob v 1 Insolvent ThorntoH Henry Insolvent Tacker Mclntiro t Insolvent I WalkMrPave 1 Insolvent WlkeiJerre 1 Insolventi = o itc k it iioV to notice bat Iut1wuIu still hold her bauds Roth had forgotten Juilt usfjluntiugs bent over her and aBJhd Are you glad that J have icoiiii y Jhtk delighted with It all but be ncjfer will understand why Tom al wuyg rslls the girl Uearta Desire wbep her namejs Alice Tlie Chartuof the S brb IThe suburbanite cuunot get every t but he takes what hpClUJ get itE 11JOOJtmclt n1louP s1tnt In the ttalo out or the aSpot twentyfonr brings him down toa road of gurdens Instead bra toad of houses The gardeiw arsunaIluo- Oibt as the bouses are small but the cart ens are tthere Within the nextt Jew jreonf the engineer will run bis eiecjric railways and trainwayti to inti wjfthirri a hundred yards of his dooi and he will be trnuKirarted quietl- yuIcdjkndq Ileahly from his suburban garden his trees and iilf pure njr heelaouiu of ttn otih4 end nVltiit lly quickly and cleanly7 beck npilti sI lanly the lack of fnlIlltiei of tntmi port which pnvtut him pviti tiuw from enjoying to ibv full nil thaf hut ontitot town dweller tljV c IlIuI these facllltlen lucmtw Jill tliiyr will Increase tbr word uh lrlfwIlt ol courKt menu nigrts lint menmvliilr Ifr j 1f11 right IlhllU slautilul i- i4Jdot thYUbUtho1llOIi onlwctatE1rs luperaavp II t ytiufY rr1rd thu Liuzzsta tbeImull who runs mv brought xotuV ly Into the shop with bin a little while auo erWellX took two or three flngerf at his expense PailadclphU Press AttcatlT t h OtlYes Im one of the trustees pf the proposed gallery otartr 1 tarSotbree ju Maul dinners andrareprciariuKfbr a fourtbClsvelaudPalnDealer ijMr china collar button in the hash thlsniorrilngi and- LutudledyNoru 6riDga gold plated button for Mr Nncomer ltewembcrL be Is on the second Boor co Chronicle Camfortlia Patient pbctprw bat Is the effect of tbstft medlciu you JJust gave Zt1- VliysLIuiuiIdcilit k nowk but In the h1t1tonul 5 They Generally Stick I HewlttftruUURJUttU that Boston ClrlJoweitI didnt think ho could dolt Hewitt Whyjno- tJewettJt lIsnt insy to gcvridof coldTrKew York TIuis i SEARS WAHi i3TOr S NAME Hatvnil Briasrp jyirartaUi B e Added to Natonal PJrtuu The nlltural pre of Vjbrginia with Its adjacent ds it is hoLwIll soon bo converted Into a national park cCoa VJiPDaJiastieffect And this wonderful bridge of f SATCRAI YlBOEOt rod on whlctt tJeorge Washington presrvdtt The bridge overlooks the James rves valley being on the western slope of the Blue Ridge mbunthliuJ and in about1 stugleblock wide1oddee1hnnpn a rustic bench now afford a resting pUce for visitors Close to r WnlhingtonaiPtb9sootMII t son Van Buren arid Sum Houston The Natural Bridge park is a plat au geuerouslytrssersedby er lylth numerous walks and bridir paths The bridge connects twareuad topped mountains UeipiBc a renew 1111 k He who stutters i badlyjl lufilult love you lDum mum1 lullovc you mummummore than tuttuttpngue can tuttutmore than fattutfoagna caflUuttnt i She eagerly Dont yon know Ute deaf and dumb alphabet Were Ito speak my wholel mind 1 maclerr t Cli vlere The Art of Life Kp fight wsefe won by parrylajf pnrqTbl i t e1v i LU MALA RiA1bO itCoeaes eanptiseiabout Efiomyto HiaI2matubes oLtlle citksandThese Atinospheric poisons breathed samCil ittbythelaidtMllllRey1rofoeYatcr t is the system becausethe liver ad kidneyS faiLtoact and are ponrcd intotheb1od ctirreut until it bec ed and throughthennisdoltf1titselfjisrznsthe hfegitfiag properties of tlieblood rendering1 it thin aad watery mustlie overe and tied out of the kgetrlSSS eoes thtsasct quickly rodaces air entire qhaage i a tbeblood reaching every prgax and stiata taUsg themto VOrous healthy aetio s S S S I possesses apto ly pitnfyiag but tOnic opertiest tileiaIcreuelicCOietMr5 belpyobytbakreeadyjji c l d 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