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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e t T ft t J I it r l rf r f L f H5 NEWSLEADER1 irr fIj 1 i tW NewSeriesVollXI N o 5 t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OUNTI KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 419041o 1YEAB t tl tOUR DIRECTORY 1 s inGFIEiD county seat ol Wa hingtonCOuntJ152 miles southeast of Jxnton 59 miles fpm It Lou svIllc oil Bardstowz branch 0- 1j Lou sville and Nashville railroad in I fa minK and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone line express office flour mills lumber yard Population 1100 population of county 15000 I Representative in Congress Hon DB S ith Hodgenville Ky Ke1 jresentative in Kentucky Legis latu e Hon W D Claybrooke Re jrescntativc in Sfate Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebtnongt r 3unty D1rectory d COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth and Octo Mom ay in February May ber CE Pattescn Judge R L Durham Commonwealth At tone r yg KM Campbell Clerk M JGI eachman MaaterCommiss iosc 1 QUARTERIY COURT Qu rterly Court isheldon the third lifsnd i5rJn eacb month J B Lit ev Judge QOUNTY COURT Con ity tVvirt meets on the fourth j- i Moud y In ech m uth B LitseyJudge W If Booker CountyClerk- T S Mayest County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byr m Croake Sheriff Ricl ard Isham r Siidney Osborne SR R Mullican Deputies Ed Masters ainhs F Moore County Surveyor J j Rpyalty Assessocj i T I OBryan Deputy V Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner 3 BUSh Supt of ComthOn SbboolB P 6 Springfield a CITY COURT I Jam w R N Je Polite JudgeI Jh i QMS Marshal W Grigsby City Attorney n STICi COURT r held in JanuaryI JnstceCpuirtsare April Jqly and October I ttirchDlrectorYuBiTIST pastbr Ser Rev 8 J Cannon Aices t ycSundayat II am and 700 p m Sunday Schoo1 at900 Prayer Mceticg on Wednesday night at 700 TIETHODIST CHURCH Rev JDWard Pastor Services on the First and Third Sundays In each mouth at 11 am and 73Q p nu Sun dayS hool every Suzdayat 10 am Prayer meeting every Wedncsday nightyi r j CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Herfnesifry Pastor Ser vices eery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock i a ml crvJces at St Rose same hours t CHRISTIAN CHURCH ReyJ Felijc Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday in each mbnth PR SSBYTEBIAN CHURCH Bey T B Latiraer Pastor w Preach ne every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at ioXm Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock I = 4 6 Fraternal Ordeas MJiccnc Lor GE1 Springfield lodge second Monday in each No SQ meets 1mont1i Was uiton R 0 Chapter No 57 tns aaeery third Monday Sprin meld Council o52 meet oIt everv t urth Monday Kjnc rtslof TnE MACAOEfes Meet tr fat drciiuv n each icon = ii I F1N IITRUSS 1 I IrLGl11 81 Xair COrt car Xehtat VkbprM u M I III rerMl IIfpa t BaCk I Iernl Kousderatnpt1 w J c For aIebrCJ Haydon 1IjoAn alljT lSEr lieall by icUvo constitution isrrondepeaislargelvron vbe condition of the liver he fataous little pills known as DeW ttsLltte Early Risers not on lr ca se the tem but they treiigtl eli the action cf the liver and relwiild he tisessmpportmgthat or gan L ute Early Risers are easy te actvtne r never gripe and yetthev are bsolut Iycertai e pcodace reanl i that ajte satisfactory a all cases Sol- dbyCJ Eydon iHfii OOt ii J ROIIIND Of TALK i tJ ftiift n ft S IIr Jr tP IN THe CLUTCHES t Oh rosy side of life return And greet us wjth a smile f For now the kinks discontent Are on us tor a while Our household noises dO hotaound 1 tForThey are afoul of us l By day we nurse the cornered hump By night we 3nort and tough t Still WinG tha u Il1owingday- Will find us betterjjff But oh the goadinfclittle irajgb ArcSure tasetW ck t And day by day and night by nightJJ IThey hold ust tne rack And solemnlyj the doctor notes llie working of the hues And wisely the prescription writes And off we go for drugs JlnI Ant boxes here accumulate SOni As lusty as before eWJJenWhb grapples with the grip Waste not on his devoted head Your jovial feUowship And should some suddea tOk declare His reasonPall astray Allege it to thtf wild nightmarest that wear his life sway Home And Farm 1cr EDLEY Mr Georsr E Medleyjvof this placej who has recently sererved his connec ton with the M ttingly Moore Distilling Co of Bardstown has just closed negotiations whereby he will assume the management of one of the largest whiskey manufacturing enterprise in the State Mr Medley together with prominent Louisville capitalist has secured an ption on the Daviess County Distilling Co of Ow nsboro Which is the largest of the many large distilleries of that district and the plant will be operated on a large scale Mr Medley to have the active man MedIleybusiness capacity and the new enterprise will doubtless prosper under bis management Hisi family will remainjin Springfield indefinitely or at least until Mr Medley become permanently cated and settled at his new headJJ quarters w tt OCTORS TRusT In this D day of trust and combines we have them in al lines of busi ness and trades except among the far ers who persistently re fusa to combine the latest trust we haveheard of is a doe ors trust and it has been formed in Boylecounty The physicians of that place have met and ar ranged a schedule of prices for l ttieir professionals ryices which el they announce will be strictly f adhered to The schedule has h been published and the fellow who feels in the humorto be sickcan now look at the price d list and figure ou jugthow much it will cost him to play the in valid f It is probable that the effects of the movement of theC Boyle count doctors will cause many to try theiaith cure andr think twice before calling their family pbyscian 1 t t RAiI cThe amusement loying public of Springfield is erratic and the show thatt strikes the town must take many chances and 1ts management must come provided with enough expense money to c rryhim over or take the chance of getting stranded The town is not a good show town jn the popular sense of the expression It is known among show people as risky The truth is it is a good show town for a goods ow but to poor or indifferent shows it is a Jonah Last week we haff two different troops 0 n the boards at the Opera House The company which appeared alidur ing the week except I on Saturday night although they put up a very creditable performance did not catch on with the local pub lie at all well although it had played t6 crowded houses at B rdstown only the week before The fickle Springfield public refused to go however and after the first night the performances were given before many empty seats and as a consequence tha companyeft the town iin a hole on the week and declaring Springfifld tobe a poor show P town Saturday night however at the perform t1ceoJ the Barlow Wilson minstrels tthe whole town and a part of the county turned ULacd although ilvej price of seats was double what been at the ether performitI I ances a crowded house was the t result The result shows that the Springfield people will turnout I when thy think something t f1oodsoubutall others must funarjsk It tt1I4 r DyELAWeflnderstand that anJ ounceme It of the plans for lov ing the proposed new St rine Academy is occa by the tact that the sisters hate not yet securejd a confer with Bishop McCloskey whose cooperation and consent must be obtained beforeany defi nite steps aretak n It is said that the Bishop is inclined to Ia vor Louisville as a lotion for tbe new St Catherine but to this plan the v entire council of c srsters is opposed and insist that the newacademy andconvent be located at Springfield to which place they are attached and 1 which offers many advantages over Louisville as a location fore this particularinstitution It is said that iif the BSshopperf ists in his idea of Louisville for the 10 cation an appeal to a higher au thority may be resorted to Row ever it may not cpme to that and the announcement of the location may bo made any day That tbell sisters will take adyantage of the liberal offer of the citizens pfi Springfield to donate the ground rS alnfostl a certainty s Dt ITTODAY v J The timeworn i n j ujh c t i o n NeAer puto1l till tomorrow I what you can do today is pow generally presented in this form aDo it todrty That is the terse advice we want to give you aboutthat hacking cough or de moralizing cold with which you have bee strbgg1ilg for several I days porhaps wpeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr J3os chee German Syrupwhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of iit will undoubtedly relieve your cough 6r cold and its continued user for a few days will cure you com i pletely No jnatter howI deep sealed your cough even if dread J consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely feet a cure asjit bas done be fore in tbousands of apparently peless cases of lung troublet t New trial bottles 25c regular size 75cVAt C J Haydons ngstor Vf ien Yon Have a Cold The first action when jfou have a d should be to relieve the lungs Tl is is best accomplished by the free ue e of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tiiis Remedy liquefies the tough mu cu and cpuss its expulsion from the ai cells of theJuags produces a tree expectoration and opens the secre ti ns A complete care soon follows T Is remedy wilt cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a natural- a d healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sa esale at Haydons drugstore he great numberof dyspeptics isin creasing daily This iis due to hurried ca ing and lack of care in selecting therels pr per food nothing more effective to ru Idow ndlgestivc organs than pure PC ain and while pepsin alone corrects th overworked digestive organs a tonic such as pure port wine is also rip essary to keep them in this condi tjc n fathers Peptonized Port to be found in all drug stores combines in ex ict proyorticns the puresLpepsin an richest port wine It is highly recommended thouglitfall physicians Small size 50 cents large size SI EOT sale at C J Haydons drug store Hangs HlmelMn IllS Baro4r VIrI Ham Nichols a leading ci izen of the Salvisa section conoiitted suicide last Thursday ni htjby hanging It had ben nc deed forsome weeks that he ws mentally unbalanced and it issajd had threatened selfde stubtion by eitherjumpihg into a veil or by hanging and had p lnted outto his daughter the spot in the barn where he proI psed1 to commit the rash Pjr this reason a close watch wa kept upon his actions On Thursday night his sonm law H S McCoy vho was on watch dozed off andr on awakening found that Mr Nichols had leftl the joom He secured a lantern rand went iin search of him Whil looking around in tho yard hi heard his fathrin law exclaim 0 Lord but could not tell where the sound came from A little wnile after this be went in to the barn and found Mr Nichols hanging from a ter pule He had gone into the barn got ten a riding bridle climbed to the window sill and fastened the heiuUstallof thebridall oVer Ute polel and then looped the reins around his neck and jumped off When found he was still warm Deceased was a vary popular and charitable citizen Often it iis said when others would run short of corn or grass or other proven der for their stock he would tell them to go to his place and gat what they wanted without any charg He was very enthusias tic on religious subjects and it iis said always carried a iBible with hini to his work or wherever he went Hewas about 58 years of age and leaves a wife and tvelV- EhildrnHarrodsburg Berald GOO J SPIRITS Goodsp ritsdQntalfcomeftom entucky Their main source iis the liver =and all the fine spirits vet made m the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad iver or the hundredandone ill iffects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver it the same time Your liver must be in fipe condition it you rould feel buoyant happy and lopetul bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful i our pursuits You can put your iyerin fine condition by using Green s AUgust FosvePt n l greatest of all medicines for the iver and stomach otda certain sure for dyspepsia or indigestion t has been a vorite liousenold emedy for oyerthirty live years August Flower will make your iver healthy and acUvo arid thus nsure you a liberal supply of good spirits TriaPsjze 25c regular bottles 75c AC J Haydons drugstore X Mterlaifls Stomach and Lpr Talkss UnEqualled for Coust1ptioll Mr AR Kane a prominent drug gist of Baxter Springs Kansas says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Cablets are in my judgement the superior preparation of anything in uce today for constipation They are sure in action arid with no tenden y to nauseate or gripe For sale at U Haydons drug store Well Known Woman Dead Mrs Susan Lewis died at her home last Friday night after a two weeks illness of pneumonia aged 70 years Mrs Lewis was the widow of the late Burr A Lewis vho ser ved Nelson county1 in tha capac ity of Deputy Sheriff for many years and who preceded his wife to the grave about one year ago Early in life Mrs Dwis united with the Baptist church and was always a consistent Christian member She was widely known and highly esteemed Five child ren two daughters and three sons Mrs R Wt Haviland Miss Mamie Lewis Messrs Richard William and JRobext Lewis of Bardsiown survive Deceased is also survived by one brother Mr Oliver Croake of Washing ton county As a devoted moth er a kind friend and neighbor sire will be sadly missed The Standard Many persons who feel tired nCr vous and all worn utSot exactly sick yet far front well seek the aid of a physician when what they really need is a simple tonic smctblngto brace them up People thus ailing should try Val thecsPcptonVzed Port Spld at C J Haydons It combines the richest- ddportwinI with the very best of pepsin Ic creates a natur appetite tones up the stomach cures dyspepsia and indigestion Many physicians prescribe Walthers Poptonized Por1when their patients need dependable tonic Small size SO cents large size 100 What Are They Chamberlains StomXch and Live Tablets A new r medy for stomach troubles billiousness and constipa Hon arid a goodone Price 25 cents For sale at C Haydons drug store Foleys Kidney Gar tnakes kklccys aod bladder tight Washington Lette Democrats just noW are Argus eyed looking vigilantly Tor spots on the sun arcl pointing oat such blemishes with great confidence while Repcblicans in full chorus cpntsnd that t ere are no spots land that no e lipse whatever iis impending The former iLsists that in his full blcoded impetuos ity and determination to do great tbin immediately the Petdent bas disregarded precedent violated raw and overridden tle plain requirments of the Cousti Jb lJe latter bold tqi view up to derision arid exclaim that the President merely takes abroad liberal view if the Con stitution while the Democrats are narrow and stingy construction ists but deny tIt he has know ingly violates any law dr disre gared the provisions of the Con stitution So what is by court esv called discussion goes on day by day in the Senate consis ting chiefly ofasseverationsanc- contradictions A majority of Southern news papers seem to Advocate the Pan ama route for the canal How long is itor how short is it since they were shouting in cho rus for the Nicaragua route affirming that it offered unequalled advantages and declaring on the authority of anther civll engineers thattjt was the Only place where 4 ship candl could be constructed Large sections of the capital of the United States are being torn to pieCes for the new Union Railroad Station and its ap proaches and llook like a vast mining camp that has just been wrecked and plundered Armies of m n are pulling down hun- drEd of buildings and elephan tine engines are tearing up earth in every direction Fifteen mil lion dollais is tho estimate of expenditure for Jhia purpose and an injunction is sought to prevent the city from paying any part of the money There are portions of Washington where ic will not be comfortable to live during the next two years Lieutenant General Miles is enjoyingsomething ola boom this week It is announced that he is a candidate for the presi dency Several distinguished Democrats in both houses off Ctongress havej come for him and it is proposed to run him as the harmonizer to bring together those who have represented hostile wings off the party They say that he heeds no platform except The Old Soldier for an Honest Frugal and Peaceful Administration They recall the fact that General Harrison ran without a platform and was elected with a great majority and that history repeats itself It cannot be denied that Senator Gorman has lost some of his availability in t h e Maryland squabble for a new Senator and that JTudge Parkeris less talked about than wnso month ago t i Skipped in the Night About six months ago Dr R Goldstein an optician of Louis YUle came here for the purpose of practicing h iis profession While here he was charged with reprehensible conduct and at the circuit court following he was indicted for detaining a woman against her will A sborttime Liter the truebill had been returned PrGoldstein was arr s ted at Glasgow on a bench war rant sent from the Adair Circuit Ayers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years agO They use it today mote than ever Th- eyCherry Pectorairely upon it for colds coughs bronchItIs consumption They will tell yoirhbw It heals inflamed lungs I had a very ba court for three yean Tbsn I trle4 Ayert Cbirrfpectoral My ore lungs wen soon eale4 fid my cough dropped aw95 Pam KTOli Guthrie Centre 23e5OcIOO J AZR An drudsts foLowell M- WO1iVCoughs On Avera Pill at bedtime Insures praI actLoii next mor Court He gave bond in the sur of live hundred dollars for hist appearance at the present term llast Thursday being tbedayset for his trial The doctor arrive rmah1edbereuptllI left going in the direction of Greeosburg The case wass caVed next day and the bortd forfeited Persons who convex sed with Goldstein while here are satisfied that be did not realize the magnitude of hisj crime untjl a few hours before he took purunderstanding at qa gow who are on hjs bojidL rre now trying to locate him Ifc is the genrrai opinion here had he gone into trial he would have been given a term in the peniten tiaryAclair County News KOfISTHEMEf0nSErfrOIEI Cure Catarrh and Preyeafs Colds No Stomach Doslni iuf Breathe It T I At this seasonof the year catarrhal troubles are very preyalenti and near ly every person suffers to a certan ex tentI 7 t Catarrh is actually We result of a succession of colds ndcan be easily presented if the proper treatment If followed Hyomei is a natural y scientific dire ior the olds and grip troubles positive The balsamic air of Hyomei breath ed through the small pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit is filled with germkilling and health giving qualities that penetrate to the minut est air cells of the head thtoat and lungs It kills all catarrhal germs frees the mncons membrane from pois nous microbes and makes a perfect and complete cure of catarrh The complete outfit costs only 1 while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured fbrSOc Woodfis 6tapbelli sell Hyomei on theino cure no pay plan anb will refund the money if it fails to give perfect satisfaction You take no risk whatever in using Hyo mei It is the only treatment sold un it guarantee of this nature where a leading local druggist agrees to return the money if the treatment fails t cure Public Sale Having sbld my farm 1 will on the premises one mile and a half rpm Sprmgfied o n Tuesday jitL1 al property Thre iTearling Mules two Yearling Steers four Heifers three Calvfes Ithrqe nico Brood Sows two Mills Cows one stack of Hay Bind r Mower Rake and a lot of pther Farming Implements TERMsAll sujns 100 n d 0 v e r 12 months timeVith interest from idate Jie gptiable afcid payable at First National Bank Sums under 10 cash SIDNEY GREEN Jcl E Whayne Auctioneer The Youth Companion In 1004 4s the years increase THE YOUTHS COMPANION erideavera to keep pace with them in nil that prpgreSsivedeserve the honorable and ex ceptiopally high placa it holds in the confinence and affection ot three generations of readers The greatest living authors in all branches of literature continue to contribute to it t Among the important series of articles to be published during 1904 is one on tbe occupation of the farmer in many parts of the world m England in Ireland in e ArgentinatcT he antaual Announcement Number of THE COMPANION de scribing the principal featuresof THE COMP ANJOOS new volume will be sent to any addressJPree The new subscriber who sends ubscripiisnDompanVICalendarfor colors and gojd TflE YOtJTH COMPANION 144 Berkly sg BOSTON MASS HaJJ u Indi1esllol- iI indigestion Kodol Dys YOUife will cure you It has curd It is curinp people ev- iry1aeveryhour You owe it to voarself to give it a trial You will cotinue to suffer until you do try it There is no other combination of di gestanta that digelt and rebuild at the same time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengtheusand rebuilds Sold by 0 J Hard n Card of Thanks Weas a family desire to thank our many friends that showed their help and kindness during my fathers illness and pray God that their future may be bright and their eternity be spent in- rest1CoursSincerely 21 04 OHAS M TUMEV 200000 in Mule Eliza etbtown ii not o lYttbe largest mule market Jh Kentucky but the trade is increasing ana growing like a h9uafire Mule buyers and mule traders fromsl parts of the South bre flockhig to the town like miDers to a field where a rich gold deposit has been discovered and theex citement among buy rs to purchase a carload vox the long eared animals is kept well keyed up One of aur lleading stockmen who las Ilept tab Oli the business reports taat ip to Monday sixby five cur loads of lIule8qay een3shped from Elizabethtown andJh Y represent an of 3000 a cartThis woufdr aggregat6 i9ooo The tfad4 i not pver yetby any means and4tis likely that twenty or tjiirty more car loads will be shiipei this will probably putthe mle sales for tie season to 80bQOO The profits of dealers hag been very handsome and Hardin county isi richer by many thousand dollars on account of tImi1e business Elizabeth t own NWi REPORT OF THE HDITIOH OF THE t FIRST NflTIOML BANK At Springfield in the Stat of Ken tucky at the close of b ulnew January 221904 t N17S7 IIESO n3 Loam and Discounts L20I888i 48 Overdrafts secured and 6n tcred L 374157 LS Bonds to secure cir colatlon 5000000 lerchaadlse 1J 633150 tanking house furniture aodflxtmres 560000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 464815 DIM from State banks Dte bankerarS2189 fractional paper currescy nlckles and cents irr 17884 AWFOLMONBY BANKV12 ipecle RESSiIN Redemption 1418500I Treasurer 5 per cent ot circulation 4 25000T Total 7 4 f30jB97501 CapItal stock paid in S 6opOOOO urplus fund or 1750000 Undivided profits Is ex pen esand taesp d 27Hll atfonal Bank not s but standing 6000000- Due to otherNatlonal b nks 60774k Due to State Banks and BnkerSi 212040 Individual deposits snbjeqt to check 1 u 143046PO rime certificates ot dep alti 3195555 hue payable including cer tificates of deposit for money borrowed asOooo Liabilities other than those aboe statei4 6 S7 j Total li f30691501 STUB or KBSTCCKT counT fit WAin IXOTOX sa t I A C JfcElroj Caahfer of thfe pnmed bank do solemnly swear that th- above statement Is true to the bew of my knowledge and belief A C McElroT Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me bis let day of IJ A Ky COBBBCT Februai1904B L t F MCA Djrectors H M lf Atkc r Case ST Rheumatism Cared by Chamb rUrtfa PaleI 14a1I The efficacy rxShtmberlalna pain 3alm in the relief of rheumatism is- is Criplett being dell1 t G says Parker that lermanent Chamberlains strated1I1I1IBy gave him lii the byik when every thin c else failed indbe would aot be whi hout it Fof Ajeby C JHaydon A Cm For Bezels V My baby had Eczema so bad that its bead was a solid mass of t cabs and its hair all tame out I tried many reme but none seemed to do any perma ldiCi good until I used D Witts Witch Salve The Eczema is cured the cabs are gone and thej little on9 scalp is perfectly clean and jaealthy and its Pcis is growing beautifully Rain I cannot give too lisnfwch Braise to DeWitts With Hazel Salve Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look opt tor count erfeits DeWitts Is the orignal and the only one containing sure Witch lazel j The name ft C DeWitt Co Is on every box Sold by p J HaydOHj Lebanon Locals From the Enterprise Little jury work has been done in the Circuit Court this week Tbe triall of W P Bright charged with murder has ben set for February 8 owing to the illhest of his attorney 8 i Eusaell The trial of Lucas andfJross whore accused of murderj wilt come up ne t Monday The Board of Supervisors has completed its work a ad a J tI t 11 L1IPOWDiL Np I IllI 1 te4 The total raise of pToperty inthe county and town wjjs f501J 197 Of this amount a cOnsider I able portion was put ppjon the three National banks of tbis city The MarionNational Banks lUst iwas raised 73800 the Citizens 43000 and theli armers 3450 making the total for the three banks 14025bJrl1e remainder 360947 was distributed imong many property holders nibatlyV in small sums rl A Mr E ALuckett of Calvary t and iss Gertrude Mattingly oft the same placewere united in marriage at Holy Marys church Tuesday fiev Robt Mcttonald f officiating Mr Lucketfe iis a warehouseman and enjoys the fblgkeitmunityjn which he lives His wife is a sisteirot Miss Nors Mat tingly who was married th same t day The Enterprise extends best wishes to the happy couple r iiii At Holy Marys church Calya ry on January 16 1904 Mrl JSThoiias and Miss Nora Mattingif ly were united in matrimony The groom is the son Mr Mark Thomas of Calvary jind iil promjnemt youdgfarmeri For H time he operated thji Snilding Ayenue livery stable iiri thi4 city k Lt being succeeded lbyMi SaiD ffit Mackio The bride is thedaugh tet of Mr Thomas A Mattjngly of the Calvary neighborhood Relief ino linnle r b One Minute CoughCure gives feaief in one minute because it kills the mi crobe which tickles the muc6u8Jmem brane causing the cough ajnd nd at the same time clears the Phleg draw 1 qt the inflamatioa and heals and f soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the llungs vards of pneumonltand ia harmless and never failing cure In all curable cases Ct Coughs colds and roupIOne Minute Courh Curds pleasant to take harmless and good Uke for young and old Sold byc J Haydon I4 lt Bos ThiS 1 1 Weoffer One Hundred Dollars tlsX Yard for any casejof Catarrh thatctnf not be cured by by Halls CatarrhCure r JCHENEY COi Tbleep d rt Wetheundersigned havekhosrn F J Qbeuey for the last IS years and tie heve hint perfectly honorable In al business transactions lIand financially a1ile to carry out any obliyatiops inade by his firm WARDING KuJxAi MARVINt j Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure Js taken iintern alljr acting directly upon the jrtOTdt and mucous surfaces of the system V b Testimonials sentrfree Price 75 cto 1 per bottle Sold by all druggists r fTake HaitsEa ily Pills for consti7 pation verf tlltfltirefie I HIi Going weekly tosome 20OOGO L subscribers an this country land Canada American Agricultar f fistinitsvariofis edition practi4 cally covers the farming stua tion It is advertised elsewhere q in these columns itfconnatftiptit r with our own paper and mar baI sectut d at very low clubing rates For 60 years it has aisd r to Print onlfthe beet orinaI matter and should have a pjlace in the home of ve y farmer j td not only covers the various phases of agriculture in tile cF lto duction of crops etc but hiifi is equally important devjts much space to markets and EI t tffketidg and to t eprtDClple of cooperation in buyjn and e1 iIiD2 Give it ayears trial tider hid q inirableI rrangeentT nptedl H t i t CAST0BIAItcII- liII YN tine arith Tflt HEWSIIADl LISHED KYEBY TjnmSDAY 1 StU YEAR 1NADVANCE I SPRINGIIELDKY 4 e L DAWSON Jr EDITOR UlD PcttlsUEn t = 1 10 cents per to a1 or biiIneflOtIt uck subsequer1t1ISrtbo cCais on canddUcId political matter lots per line fIJowolkioidondat Ins rates ut cash vuusi Da raid 90 deHvcryof go kls if rerttsing Contracts made on HbcrW crm resolutions of respect 3 Otituaric l and dent pcrIfl I MNotmtMcN7P- t t h 0 Ou ty Mlgl3lrats 0100 Cpu ty OfllcersJ bIt h tOfIcos- roO H JJ I U DIY FEBRUARY llOJ o iintbftised to annoanco the We are JtofGEpRGEV ljaclol PARflcYFr fJr the office of Sheriff 1s as candidate of nsIli1gtpn county subect bouel act P of the Democratic part Eleotion Ndyetnber 1906 r y 1 t seems that lib effort of tn- eLlslature to disfranchise the j to fail Thenegrb is about TOQifl Bill proposing an educa jj- tilnnl CLualiticatipn that wuud- J Eliminatet the illeterato irirgro- yrter killed ct mantifrt w gvirtualy bI1IO oction of tli jjusiiich indefinitely post I pencil action upon the measure rviLiiarmCW1tiwe5f0rm r ts cet try oDhe Navy died yes at his homo inernoont ie day N Y Jedie3ofthfltft45if cymbinISon appQfidci and tltesurgeors knife He had been lilal few dlyg ho lOIrlY f if eiljy operated on v Til Ciitwriihls Creek f e fv v io ToSyNewtin sold to Loren a l ciungVliisifoivSQS t WlCs Notg Smith spent tle r r v week with s1Jfittor part of last iora ntanford t N ani Jim In1 ritycm from Louisville Saturday to s Ikit tHeir isierj MUs Regina Jho is very sick Little ReginH Newton is very 11 with typhoid ftyer I Mr and Mrs James t3 Smith itertaine atheirIutiO Sunday I r i tIEOf their many friends at illnner V F Jo Medtey and wif woVe J i siting at John Mpdkys Sunclytj it Slil1JlCarried wifehnd baby mereat Hilary Dolan Saturday nd Sunday t Miss Mary f Dolan is spend flgs this wcef v5iv her siser 1s Smith Carrico 1t Mrs John Bane spe lat rek her with rvrs Regina c Mah011eyI J- i Dunke Bla dfrd and1 Roy Smith walked nfl a tuvkev ar- Jumes E Smiths Sunday The crowdAvis hot as largo as usual 6tT account of the rain The turkey was won by Joe Blan ford Mis Jfidrence Smith was visi ting lher si ter Mrs I ichard J tlK an PS bSs1 j 1Theoby Pr L Franklin on January jsDrgressig rapidly there be Sing 51 pupil enrolle SMjsfBwluhand C tin rll Litf s y were in Springfield Satur 5S day MissElfie Imberlin has ron b B9w1ingr2u to atJtffcd c vjvjI 13gef Miss AnT Lo dororF J wiekcilaltfendiDgi pchopl at thIS pI1C4 AJfL Litsey isjin LOU Tiq q t thiiwepk On business Rev ET Franklin prachfd at this pace uuday riht lltsey And 6laybrooUe bought a cr iiseytid 0jse frbm Grain Prince for lm JimClaybrooke Jr is son c bfctter at ths wriio a ndl with JII l proper will recover tieaimcut we think im t 1FKimberlin bought of Ir l vin Arnoldia horse for 8i0 Misses Sasiq Sweazy Leofa IFranclin Benlah Lit ey Mtssrs r J R Claybrcoke JE F FraIKu calledl 0n Misses and Mr CUybrooke Saturday eveting and quite an enjoyable me was 1Liin playing inchJ1lt othi r gkmes Mr John Clay broSke hveutto show them across Vie thn iU when tley left for i home andhltd nt rrov ccajef- ron Mng d rolledt Early Riwskk IIltJci MIt L tJi U1 JetIUif News Jiroirs The Gotasify 0 tS 1hqpenLigc A4ong the County Peple j I as Reported by our Correspondents m 5HM3 94t r MOORES7ILLE fp There hfwo bpien three more err lodc of tobacco shipped ftOH Booker last vrcelr 1v II Payne borghfc a tract of land from John Ifeid containing about 80 acres for 1500 and has removed to saite JflCul Vhas removed toifche Payne property at Mooresvilie Ernest GoaiIcyr and family Vlsi ed Ham Nally near Birds tow a last week Seve Bishop of JPolin flsited fiieuds here Jlast Sunday Herry dffutjt wiT remove this Week to tholJFixrm he recently purchased ofjljam Shehatt nea Camp Grounds IpPi Settle of riuisviliwa in Maud last SatumJay aim SunT r Ida l Budr CUI tW in MGoresviH lastwetlrot fljlr John Orkifs departedThi JSfdj Sundyy January 81st In tsrhmenfc y following Jtay a Poplar Plat pjmetery H4 diet of typhoid fever rin1dayl ana the wind jble iuv ful hard a day Vk it 5s ownigt t iwhat lime Mr Ground Htig cam ou whether hsaw hi shado ormt J Torn rIllhomas bf jtIssourij j visiting ivjrs Jis HarJesty Maud 1 Irs Qra Grume will have a sale at the h ojnc of her departed1 husband Jotms Grume Febuua y 8 1904 Sale to commence ab 0 oclock an jsCirniry irs Annie ITiatarkdaughti r Wlb have been visiting relruiv s in Lebanon havo returned tto Mr AocCiirarys Wlcare fi lad to say thatr o ir s5 liure impro v ingt p Elviri last JIES moved to t Q1l gatehouse ou Abe Ctinaiys paGef liMiss My rt RobinG n was in your t vvn IJiuday JM s Vill Uoi anon lust en 11 isiti g in Bfadfordsviiip J Mr iVilI Coyei and wife ojI Weslejfs Chapel spent Sun ay with Mrs NeJiieLoisc1o- nFrankLit3by luriioy t t wasinMnclrv lit kaIEifl slni1 JM r Ben Keeling old bis farm to Mr Newt I enis and Proctor Crouch 1r12O510SSC sion to be giren Mrcbl r Theodore Bi ecl rig eafcia jrea r being drowned Avhie crbfjssng Iciiiplin IhCZ1Ldthis IJlucCtll ice gleawaywith Lim and id hei ventyherc the water was wrry de jJ lie was rescued by IV ill ian cJmitl who used a long hold WaJtl JOtbe3agd 15 eats died of siia1iit11uiitis oili the 28th of January Mrs IpQhard Gary gave an en tert inniteht last week in IHonor Sit Miss Bertha Perkins Kiiv Sommers filled his rggu Jlar appointmehthere Sunday tl- Ransel Nicliolsonand mmilyI will leave fur Clinton IlL nth 10th of tlKs month The wheat crop ius a fajuc in tvis sec tiod Mrs Mat hew WCIJs is very sick at this itng with fin ume n ito AddioJbuig Saturday and Sundaj It B Jenkins bought it Tiyear old horse from Mr Walteij Junk ins foiItFC W glaO to see il tbu cor respondents so mud interestedi n the hbnie paper vNeaijly 9 cry one has had a letter iiin itJvtl the last tnrce weeks 4li i ial great thing to pickup the NEWS LEAipEit lind iits coluonfe full of sen crihining letters from pvury- 1ncighbor opd in the cburiBy Ev uuntli is sue 4 iu MOO OO 9 lIiOSihP F j Ris1Iose Atmstrang iis on thesick list SIbel SI Mr and Mrs James Oder ave the ypung1o1ksasing7Saturday I attendance and enojTcda nice t me MLs AnnieSoatont of Paris iis visiting Missi Lizzie May Gregory V Mi Nellie Reed iis ther gus of lheTgrandrao her Mrs E J w2sotiS 7 Mr and Mrs Torn Baker en- tertaind Wedaeduy night iin honor of their son Franks Jbh birtl duyMUny werj ipresent arid report a good timv Miss Gussie Keeling of Ta thim is spending several dtys with her cousit Missi Eflie Shields 4 Messrs Janics Hedger Sam Whieaud John Lswis spent Thursday night with tbe family of LarUiil Dean I Charlie Oder iFonwick was the gutst of his brother James at tb place Surday r Mr Mary thompson gal a birthday dinn i Rriday the 29thr in h6nor of heir jrandmoihr it being her 78th birthday TroaO present were J S IJeachman ana Avrfeanclaaughtdr Lillian Ber tha Miller Annie CiOdby Hugh Leachmain and Miss Nliie Reed Z Leachman sold his to bacco to JotinAfmstrong for 7i per pound Mitt Leachman Jr and Fitch Godby attended tjieshov afcyoUr town Saturday night SexCrjl of our pcoe1attendeci- Ct oyster stipp i t WiIlisbij Saturday nigntv LFEN WICK I 4 Hr SanLfordrLogsdan is iiin praving rapidly Mils Aniiie jjogdon qftl1is place nturneil tj Texas last eeli to talre a normal cou rse HC Gardner has opened tup his shpp at ths place Al isses iVlyf tie Logsdon Susi Fpnwick and Wallace Adams vis iteil their cousins Misses Eftic ancrSallic SinUh at Mclntirc Mrs James Jahesis some bat fcar att this w itiiti HssMattidBigleyjyjsted he brother near Texas hastVieek t Rev Cannon of Springfield will preach ailiFs place Satur f day night Jverzone1nyhed to afcnd Mra Thomas ICelley is oa tle s kjist Wallace Adamsbought a loC of shoals from MrlW I ilogsdon bad also from XlJ Fen wick Mr and MrsICetRors vis ted the Jatters p vehts Saturday and Sunday at Willisburg Mrs balliu Cecil tf r aywic11 Aisitcd her mother Mrs S rah Anti Logsdon of thtsllaC- eVaflcy EUII i 7 f County cbiirt duy w nivery Aood day but ihu tJa3r following rit vas a severe one AYhdopinjgi cough und sore 030 provuilanCiiis community Edward aoalley is jsiilfeiinji vitli a carbuncle at this writing Wire glad to say that Dr J V able to situp is quii ieiI11HWn1HCl Kelleyl Iis uite ill from Master Robert Dorsoy of Bell raont reU rned iitmc Vcduesday Iruiij tipleasuiu yi itfJtt the hotpc f1rPlt1flfrG0aV1eV j Missi Lydia Viigin tir near Maud is visiting lhOt sistci Mrs Ed wtLrd Goa ley tbiswc uk 1 Thornas lteedr and wife visitc at the home tJMr and Mrs W P Moran Sunday Severall young ladies anTgen tbmen fromhore attended JJIP pound pacly given last Wediies day Light by Thomas Baker and 1 LjaIftGdfl1phc1iyes = cATI I5hIflhBhll l Aijd all Ti roat Infkniaiations It Cools I Soothes It Cures Sftldoalyln cfa5c4l IJotUps Atallcood Drugjpst For SalebyCl J a Hay don jjjjj ic5tq wq 1 Zwife y Willisburgl i All report a good time H- yMiss Xjyiia Vrf in spent llast Wednesday night with Miss lino gene Gpatley1 IW F Moran ipurchased from J D Piles one sow and pgs and one c lff MissesSusie and Bertha Bd gerton9visited Miss Imogene Gpatley Tbursdhy and Friday last T Pilc3 purchased some corn from Thomas A Grunday aVgOc per bushel Toung Montgomery shipped aczripad of cattle froin here last Thursday 4 J We are sorry toliearot the serious accident that happened to thelittle son of Mr e B4 jLcacuuian ofthe Grove neigh borhopd last Friday It seems the wo brothers tere play1- nyht11 old revolver when it was diicharg d the ball entering the right side passed around and came out m front It is thought be a seious wound J Miss Maggfe Goatly returned home Friday from pleasant visit to the Mss Glarkf5on Bad weaker iis all the talk now but yheil t begin to riibderatj turnpike sHVili take its place WeI have had bad roads for a hue and I think insead of en forcing game laws and appoint hadtnbitter taIe the salary thereof and bttyidckcrusersanL hue rood roads We can do without game b lter thanwecau do wiihou road We are opposed to taxation unless it iis for the benefit of thecountv anJ its po pie acdl fliink evfey one should stivi1iarfI forgo Jl roads i- ntdofathe lawlIfWash mgt n cbunty had two or three r6ck cnfsliers we would soon li ivegoodtroadsH7liirtharQ needed in several paWhit hae yttftosa aBoUtWV j 4 GHtEr Bi t1 i VJT Th3 weaklier still continues i bad and much sickness iifrepoltI ed in te vicinity JackJlnsIon and daughter Miss IdaVrc dry ill from pneu monia f Littbara the daughter of Mr aridMrs C C Cambron iUiohabeeu very ill from bron phUU is Siuch improved at this ntiig V Jz The baflsof matrfmory were p bshcdday for the second time betwWi Mr Lee Btenti and Miss Oell6 R pier YoE lHWnfoil had the mis fOt ture feb lloose a valuable horse one day lc entlyT- 1ISis Fannie Fiiatreau still oljniinuootlve guest of her uncJ1 CR Filiatrenut Our sohpbl vs progressing finn under the m in usgciei of Mist Loanette Burnett Miles Smith and wjfe ailouded bie ffinprul of he former s brpth ert Mrt JktcSniithi of Chicago last Monday Ii tlc Rio thn fivcTmontJi oid child of Mr and Miy B H11 Fields Vhft has been verr ill of whoopmjf cough is much iir proVtd i Mss Maud C fmbron who las been aitanding school at Loretta has returned home on account of her health Miss Alma Fields vis tied Miss Prud e Giimbron ote day recent I I o Miss FlpVonce Fields visiietli ter aunt M rs Aonie Who itley Saturday Rtmor says we are to have anothei11 ve5dihxi so II lj nY1ftwhere they will make theirfuV tirehcmr cU Pleasant nil L IJon Darr was in Harrodsburs Monday on business fi M Royalty and daugnter Minda s cht Sunday abthehorae of Mr Edncokins John R Rose and wife s jcndingrlhis week in areI Mr Rcsejiaving slfppqd his tC1 baccotberet Valoise Royalty vas iiti Bloom field Tlle Gay Ivan Keeling ard Heniy WplU of Tatharh Springs who Jvr j at tending sphpol in Spmngfield were at Jhomo Saturday- t Most all ofsie tobacco inthis section 1j1Ji blseri deliveEed to vour town and soma has been shipped to LouisvilleS a PRO Thmater off feed is of cremeiidouS importance io the farmer Vrong feeding is loss Right feeding Js profit Tne uptodate farmed knows what to feed his covs to get thcmost m ilkihlfg to get tKe ntost ork1 his liens to get the mostveggs Science Biit how bout the children Are t 1J toJIJ oldin sciencea fbono f odiif bones are soft nd undeveloped flesh and iiuscle ffood if they arethin7alwcaktn4 a blood r food if there iis anemia Scotts iKmulsion isa mixed food the Cod LivervQil inji makes fle blood anct muscle the Liracf nd Soda make bone and braimi Itt is the standard r scientific food for delicate children Send forfrees- ample He jure that this picture In the form of a label n nit the wrapper of every bottle of Hmutsion you b- uScottBownc CHEMISTS 409 PearlSt NY 50c arid SrIn drutfjisU The sad news has peer receiv ed lltrc ofLthe dealh oi Elbert iKuyler tlife little Son of Elijah Kuyler of Illinois who remo red from this vicinity He died of theumatisrnS Mr y ajUerMcsrariheprpf Fair view yhowhas been afflicted with dropsy for several years dted jjast week Ills remains werep interVed ja Jr trey cemetery Mr James Smithy of the same place dfejd of Consumptoii and his remains were interred iis the same cen4eteryt K i I Mr Jo n Gregory is thinking of tryiighis lQclriin Illinois this season The S larpsviHe boys are fro ing to try their luck again in th- eYestrt seems though that when they go aftera while they begin to think of home sweet homeS IAQinzl Story For ILittI Folks A Catastrophe Atabbyjcat looked In the sky And sajv the IJlrils there flyfnff Then wlnned this very ad refrain- To flyf almost dying Iilm lie climbed uoon a fence and thought His brLln yrew tredtxnd dreaming He dreaded of artificial whigs And Icsonctar cmlnIOreain Is out ho cried aloudily Iii Just like a blue Jay He fquni two palm led fans and tied Them o hla front paws straightway A fwith ir cluster too hc tied Upon ils tail for iteerIngS5TIen clirnbed he high upon a roof Not fcr an Instant tearing IIIE THEif HIS rnoxfiiws The wit t ilea dswn end rrled cloud SLoic Htsht then thumping Ha JaiiapedlBHllttd but ah Instant then Upsn the cround tell bumnG SqSrry leg haa 1 PPedf4UCtJntnek think broken hang hIm qulckl T eao vero the ant wordii cpoken The doctor canie and icd ha up I to tashIn eeUns splendid And liiean to ttly asaln aosroilay As gun cs I an raeded lidnry Llpplrcott In PltlcburC Dls 1qfinite o DICtercnt Matter I think I uiny say lie announced with bm Vflds that I uuver made a fooloj myself iu my lire Arfl you sure of that asked his compaploq Wcreduloualy Youd bet ter tfcmU again QH well was the reply nterI moment of thoughtof course Ican recall tavern klusthiicos in which some oUIc IiiJJ quIte a dlfTerout uraltcr No wnDc1 capes that Chicago Post ffSd1r Mcrcennrr you do not VieVr- To favor an ot1C1thQot1 ator Sorghum It the salary gets large caaagh to amount to anyjthingj some of my frlpnda among the corIporat Ions may assume that I ought to Ihc snitlslied with It and rot expect any further consideration from them nShlu toIl Sttr lg Sole Agents for to OldHickory I gv J and StudebakerWag lfir SS Headquarters Quantity Carloadr I aJC FLLtS r j l1I rI m4J Ii IiIfJ ii 7i2 1 100 c Buggies Imp 11 FARM8UEUESSPRINGFIED and Fielda Soos i i Wehandle of all grades to suit puichtiser Aen T columbus Buggsr ithe Call an4de of Harness Collais I ork Gear Buggy ts J ft i r trt Gash Paid tl iHIDES au1 FURS1 2 + DEN- T5 A MODEL BARN DOOR It fa DcKljcncd AVI tt View to tight tl mill Air W en Needed Ilnving seen tile iccil of it good sub ptnntlrl JjUrndoor lint could bq closed5 in such 4t way as to prevent animals from passing In or out of the building and at the same t me admit light and fresh niri a Kalisa Farmer writer do vIedi and fnnilsh d a sfeptcb tonwhich lie thinks will nieetthe require ments Uc says Y c all lnow how un f Dl11i D lUtAME satisfactory the tinge door Is always sagging and belli torn tbiplcces With the double hinge Ipof as jit Is common Jy seen the low T one can be closed and tthe upper o ic left open so as to allow bettor ventilation and light Where there Is i wide door the hinpp Is Impracticable and then the track hung iioor will lave to be used But tliat ivhen clos d is entirely closed anJ aOmlts i10l ght A window sash ujlghf bejjut In but thit is too pasily broken to be practicable My jdei Is to make a strong mine according lot le illustration The sketch shows a oar 0 bj 8 feet fram ed with 2 byJ inchipiiie mortised to gether and bract d In th lower portion with fominon tovby fdurs The low er part iii then hoiI led up solid the upper1 ends of tl e boards being beveledII pnd cpmlng to itliiu Out two inches of the top of tile center crossplece BARN 0bn C6MVLETE I Then hoards p cut and fitted in the shape otn dJor for the upper part Two 1 by In ii boards will servo for cleats FILe ear leIS ux then cut si that heyt will not ii terfere with the hanger The door tl en tilaccd and hung by two Hat hinges and tile upper side is fit ted with a spring catch having a small elialn attached to unfasten with It can be readily seen that this door can opened down while the main part closed prcivcHtlng any live stock lis passing flu or out These plans of course general and can be slightly alltrpd to Qt any required size ot door ennIrul That PnT ip a Bcrjcs of institutes in the north eastern cnunilesof Pennsylvania I ouIc1 that fa rniers are specializingi to a much great n extent in that section than 11 manr other sections of the state says L W Lighty In Nation Stockman Qilte a number of dairy men aiv puttl ig in ptiyits of their own forj butterinakhig aud are devdting all their thought anti energies along that lithe In a number of Instances stntecolIICgeting tihi the first In every instance of thjs kmd I learned that the emand was greater than the supply or butter at n very good price The universal verdict of those men thdt while dalryjng Is hard and slavish vork bccauso of the ml nufe and constant attention that the details oftlu business require It pays a handsome proiltSPC rely UunEucuiSAr6 you stmrt asked till ptaln of industry thvt yon Invo hiy dsiifghter fCoinp J say rcpllid time duke your not tolng to berIJl11ll1tAI at your time olHfe are yiuTChcage ireconl hIcnlJa S4 lSJ v for all1 Phon Io2O i IIitl LoId n ihc crfd BY of the life of with you are faj at risk of life or is you with v J iJ Ao For Polk cia Clarence dear cried Mrs Rat- What have you found to cat sure It muist be And knaw It tnust be swiofc1 But Mr Rat Just gruffly said v Vourtf right It cant be beaU Artd never offc cd Mrs Rat A mouthful if the treat 0 IHe ate away tie livelong day far Into the night His better lialf she fvopt and b KoW comes the sequel and I think It really serves WHAT HAVE YOU TO EAT The nest day hcucommenccdto crow And trot both tall and fat By noon he wnut least the sla Of any cat At dinner time poor Clarence lay- Quite tct Upon the mat Ills size more like an elephant Than that bf any rat- Now M rs Rat So worried did she feel She sought the bag front which Ho ate his hearty meal The Magic fertilizer she J Saw printed on the seal And put her little brain to work WIth coua and with zeal She found a bag of alum arid7 A lot she cIldapphySAnd soon vtta well rewarded for While wat hmg by end by Bhf saw 1ltr to normal islio And little sigh She his ear rm ou dlcib wfty SiOflAL5 If some food ycu chancc t faa FIrst4ry on your neighbor apt do you suffering And other thought anti labor rs- lteavier farmer today hcavlrr horses than le tins been ulii to Co his farm vork Time two furrow plow tllll other implQinents power uifta with a good three horse team antI mod ern will dp as much voic and do It better than two wen eon four llf horses Ilpbcrt + j Coal iin tAny lfrom a Bushel t V a L 1 rM 5rlll1 SJ I Oliver MM PWiss M l Our New Story rTHE A fcir s country fSHIS ENEHIES A murdethuwMttt THE HEEOEBE A glorious yp ns woman Aiu 10ft I laj dies savsr loolred out J- of their windw4 into the stornSyouW and moreI i OTONEW STORY The Cjenticman indiZl BooTh TARKINGTONS Eveuline story pulsates with JJfej American today which miliaxL Whether sturdily battling forthp right the his Ioquently plead Ing hIS love Editor John Harldess a charac t Sterwhose fortunes follow breathless 1Jinterest Story will bcgm Issue ITh t Aninjiv Story ATaleWiilicrMoral IIm something nice v e- dForJustullrltbItCl t hhmright POUND ordinary swcetjforKlvIng papcr shrink urmurcclln wlti didnt IIt8 siivV Plttsburg 1otitca- The requires profitably wide harrowVnd One implements with Kcss QuebecS 55 We sell DiscHarrows t editor ha4dof cas highest 10ftthe What when they seeImuch m From ZlI in QurNcxt Little Dispatch itqjilrc HERO these rii I d l lMI Animal Sto7For Little FplKs 55 BulfFOga dt etmY The bullfrog loved the Willow craw j But wasnt fqnd of blacjr And sdulUnccr may you For ttsYe In dress you kick iIf you wee likejthe robi4 red SOr liko the Jayblrdbuu4SId pay ily dear come fly with ine And be my sweetheart true IOU SE2D KOT 1m t- j 4Vou need not Stnccr F1utrfcrow hWhhIe true VU I tannVt spend Tn IQOKJSS fcr a roan with gold Who has ItJnn pack i And not a hopping bulffrbgbold WIth rec1lc1iDn 1t hacir Pvittsbbrg Dispatch v i I t Early Ilabiuts That Insfcakcr said time flrat Cnest at the bahQuetrtisfqult enter ftttaluing 1 j b 1csn rePlre th iufAae- Jtiimat1e thraD 10Iman toQt j lrtHoftghthIsl delivery rather 6iff- iho iir SI v I ti j- Thats ndturnl He began life aa a xcssngr hOyIeflVer Vit j A Pnrn Jnnnnai iiiiirmfJ trThe carrat isso callcdbccause If worth la weight Jn sOld j Fcr r wilns aws rnd horses too JIThnueSiout Ihe wtntirfold 1 j ErlyRisrsi TIE FAKtUS LlTTl liLtS IfA For kuicreiiei from Bill9Mness Sick Headache torpid jMyerJtUn dice DMness and all jrouble aria ing ffrirn antnactiaorhuggfsh liver DeWMs Little Ewly Rulers arevn equalled J They act yrwnpibc tM JCYrcrlfI Thejraue so dlMythttItlsaplll4S to take themzOntwoact si a mild kuuitiver tw or few act as a tfpleasant and ctIsckhILC ThY are purely yei and abouIShy kanntoai Ilisy twOe ia Mver pkMRIDc4NIw CsDWik C5- I DR J M BURTON KIDENTDENTIST 3ITEETH EXTRACTED ITHQUT PAIN OFFICE Hggim Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY 11 Dental Work Strictljrf i tttFirstclass tRLi H LAMPTON 1 OFFICE la Opera House ltSS tSMOGKJ r I SPltINGFJELDKY f iPFIOEi Dr JRineharts for er offices over eoples Deposit auk Office hours 12 to 2 pm VWF GRIGSBYr TTQRNEYAT LAW 4 Office over PeoPles Bank SPRINOFlfeLD KY iw 0 Xoi Anirnal Story Pot Little FeUts i ASadLndfoaCourtship One beautiful spring ds y Mr Cater liar put on his high 4llk hat and s rolleiidown through the meadow He had utt goua very far when he et Jkllss SplJcr sadJhc was attired i a uiaguulQont picture lint while her alnty feet were iucascd In the dearest tte shoes imaginable Ah exclaimed Jlr Caterpillar Isnt she perfectly lovely Surely Here can be no danger of her doing ne harmii J Good morning Miss Spider said Er Caterpillar who was dejlghted that I lie noticed him You are truly beau Iful today thqnl you said Miss Spider Iny I hold your hand he asked wIJBiiirr MISS SPIDEIL iou thuS she said and he grasped icr hand lovingly May I tell you that I love you he eked You may she said and he drew closert to her Will you be mine he asked Iwiltslet said and he threw his inns about her And wfiTyou be mlne1she Whis wred In his car as her head rested on iis shoulder I will he answered Then I guess Ill ayou nt oncefor I am mighty hugryiajd Miss Spider 60 she spun a web abqtit poor old Mr Caterpillar and had him for a m al Atlanta Cons fntlo1 fx ftrimaI Story For Uttlt Folks =e Swimming School t The bullfroj sat upon a rock i And croaked aloud croaked he im tired of banking work Im tired More useful I will be daYlnzJAnd then ho left the bank and walked Until a duckhe found 1 too am clclc of quacklnjr ound Said Doctor Duck with vlnL Lets start a swlmnjlng school and j teach The birds to float and swim Laid Zir Frost Til teach tWblrda e To dive fccd swim no doubt And ydu drn float and udnaswelL j3 Twill betno best thins out7 They built a bath house large and bright Down by a ru istreatnof And hung up placards all aroundiTo advertise the scheae rThciparrow crow and robin came With oriole and Jay And all were entered on tho books 1Jror lessons every day t ILL TEJLCII THE I1I1ID8 TO hatistood on the roof and cried SNow pupils llvo Ia acS Then sang eIght feet Into the air Aid cam down gracefully he duel sad Tou must AtUk thto HAnd he glided all about Tho birds then ell Jumped In tt oDe Asdcos cf the= sot out LiKvalh tlja teachera tried to tMCh I But every bIrd they found Could not be taught to awto like tktai drownedL it Journal wTIIirofii tfftK WKraOiKraS I i2iII Happenings of Interest 2 The Freshest and Latest I All AbputYourself Ft I II-I- andAcquaIntancs1i 5TOPICS1 M A fuflline of canned goods ii E M ONans grocery 4 Tr7 a five Vpotyid bucket f ONans special Toasted coffei Only a dollar You can ouy 22 pounds of gpd brown sugai for One Dollar i ONans grocery Go to E A Cox Bro fcr Fresh Meat and Fresh Butte Telephone and Free Delivery H E Thbtopson sold to Ra Wakofield a nice pair o1 fiveye r mare mules this week for 325 I FOR RENTi Office rooms Coui t Square adjoiniiig the circuit clerks office t Apply toMrs 1 W Simms Jr The lnf rt child of than Mrs Josepn Smith living nea town died Sunday night of spinal1 meningitis rj I r Dont fail tp bring u a1l1Ifindsi of produce if we have Jlt got thL goods you W ntwiU pay yo cash at CAMP ELLS Our daily skies are so increas iing that it gijres us pleasure t still offerS bargains in man lines CAMPBELLS RACKET We haveoTj h ndai li eof fin imported china which we will closeout at and below cost LLtThe Barlow Wilson minstrelt played to a l geaudience last Saturday nijghtTl1e perform ance was gcod and wellapprec ated by all whb attended It you wish arare bargain i tfine French jUhina caU at Woo Camp el1s Th yhave a fe extra nice pieces left which theV want to close out UI i I FOR SALE An EnglishBlac f Berkshire Sow with four pig Pedigreed and eligible to regi tration Will sell at a bargain E LDAVisoN JR h We are not in business for our health but will say just her a that all tines it wilijDay you 3 see us and get on r prices before buying goods in our line CAMPBELLS RACKET LLOST OR STRAYED From th Willett place neartown t jv hqgs one a male red Duroc Je sey weighing about 150 pound the other a black gilt weighin j about 135 pounds Reward fcr any information lleading to the r recovery H R Thompson LOST Frora my home near Fen wick on Monday January 25 a young mare colt lighttbay with star in forehead and ore white hind foot Reward fcr any information leading to iiiis recovery Will Sutton Penwick yI Ppht fail to read th oint ing serial story which beglnrasjj this issue entitled The man from Indiana It is fulljinterest from beginning and installments of it will le served to our readers each eek until it is finished S M Campbell aucti reports Efarrodsbirrg neeI uclacattle were tin the market but not many sales macle PlujrhorsfiS slow mules in good demand at good prices BORN To Mr and Mrs Irvine Adams a daughter Elizabeth Mr andMrs W Neikirk are grand parents fir the second time within a mbotli the other debendant being tie littlE1 dauglterof Mrs dnd M sf Buford Neikirk The Hopkinsville New Ea contains the speech in full f C nsrressman A O Stanley de liver d before the Tobac 0 Growers Convention on Janua y 28th Hopkmsville Mr Stan ley once Hvedjn this county and taught school at Mackville A COinoidentis that the speech was taken down in shorthand d transcribed for the printer by Joe Mansfield of this place jo is nonliving in Hopkihsyille A naporfc came to town tl is weeklhat Garfield Devine Ijvi ig on Beep Greek near the Merc ei line while tearing down m old house1 on hig place found pc n ic aled in the walls a large sum tof money variously reported at from 500 tA 1500 4S said that years ago a former owiier of the placp Mr Stm Burns died and although he was thought to own considerable money very lit tIe was fortncL Mr Devine it is said proposps o hold on to the money ar has depos ted it in a bank Bargains in fine decorated Platers and TaSets at Wood Campbells drug store They will positively be closed oujb re gardles of cost t BUGGY Los Taken rolD our stable by mistake onlast county buggybJtckHaa ThwpsonGreen name plate on it Ah old buggy steel tire and home painted leftin Its place The man who took our buggy will please return same at once and avoid complications THOMPSON B BLIX Springfield Ky L There has been a change made jn the undertaking firm I o J M Burton Co Mr Ben Haydn SrV has retired from the busi iiess and Messrs Thompson Bbblit have bought of Dr Bur ton a half interest in the proper jsi1QWJr Ricnard Boblit and J M Burtonand the new firm will be known as S B Thompson Jr Co Undertakers They Have up todate equipment in every department and respectfully solicit the publiq for patronage Mr Ben Edwards has in his poSsession a curious find taken from a hole in a large white oak tree on the farm of Mrs Hen nessy near town The articles consist of a short piece of chain which had evidently been used asa chain for a pet squirrel and a scrap ot paper evidently from a note book on whfchwere the names of the follow l1g citizens of county R A McElroy W F Booker Judge Selecman C C McChord W C McGhprd Harry Thompson First National Bank St Jtose The tree bad been cut down andseven squir rels were takdn from the hole and t this piece of paper and the bit of chain The hole was about 70 feet from the ground and how the articles got intoit isa mys teryV MrLewis Hamilton and Miss Hallie Croake two popular young people of the county w remarried yesterday morning at 5 0 clock by Rev Father Pieters at Fredrickstown and after wards bearded the train Louisville for a short bridal lorI The young people had been voted to each othgr for sometime but the announcement of their marriage was somethingof a surprise to their many friends as they had not made known their intention except to a very few friends The groom is a son of Mr Alex Hamilton an J is an industrious young farmer The bride is a daughterof Mt Oliver Croake of Crqakesiille and a sister of Sheriff Byron Croake She is a young lady of many ac complishments and has taught several terms of school m tho county ff lfr H B Powell was shot alid slightly wounded Jast Monday night in a difficulty wit Ed Jones iiti Moore B6bIits saloon Stories relative td theparticulars of the affair are conflicting and all of the facts will probably not come Qut until the trial which 4s set for today The two men got into a dispute it seems over the chances of a certain candidate for the Democrrtic nomination for a county office A few hot words were exchanged when Powell knocked Jones down The latter arose and pulled a pistol and fired one shot at Powell the shot taking effect in his leftside in front and passing around just under the skin was extracted from behind The wounded man went to the hotel and Dr RoBards was summoned and extracted the bullet pro nouncing the wound to be only a slight one Jones was arrested on a warrant charging him with shooting with intent to kiU4A warrant was also sworn out by Jones against Powell charging the latter with pointing a pistol at another Powell claims not to have been armed The private bar belonging to the Barrow Wilson Minstrel T YY IAD F i Careful l Service Is characteristic of our ex aminaticins Our tests are un erring and your Eves arealtways safe in our care t Let Us Show You HoW 3 We Can Make You Look 5 We can ralbve that squint l3 takeaway these frowns and 5 in many cases overcome headache and relieve much nerve strain which if lleft uncprrec ted will cause irreparabl harm From the Wee child to the jlgray haired sire we offer this careful service VYe cant afford to make mistakes and M PAIR FtomiS OTHERS C F RUSSELL Maini St SringBeld Ky Jv flJ HORD DENTISrrt OFFICE UISKHAVT BviUiUt Permanently located SPRINGFIELDIKL Troupe caught fire while on the side track near the depot here Monday evening about oclock and its contents were destroyed and the car itself was badly damaged Tile company had gone in carriages across to Leb anon to give a performance leav lug the car in charge of one man who it seems very promptly went to sleep as the sun went down leaving roaring tire in the heat jig steve The watchman was awakened soon by being nearly- suffOcatedby smoke and found the interior of the cir in a blaze The alarm was given and the city fire hose was brought and1 a good stream of water turned on The blaze was extingushed In time to prevent the destruction of the car but the property of the members of the company was all burned They lost much of their clothing including costumes musical instruments money and other articles of value The car and contents were valued at 8000 The car was insured but for what amount could not be learned The company left here on the tri n for Eminence They tyave ordered another car from Chicago to teplac the old one Sister Josephine Dead Sister Josephine sixtyeight years of age died at the Sts Ma ry and Elizabeth Hospital in JLouisville at 548 oclock Tues day morning She had beec an invaljd for the past ten years and was rescued from the fire in the St Catherine convent near heie winch was burned four weeljs ago and taken to the Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Sister Josephine Vas a native of England and came to this county with her parents when a girl Before wearing the veil she was a Miss Beck She was a teacher at the St Agnes Academy at Memphis Tenn for many years and ejideared herself to all who camAn contact with her The remains were brought to this place and buried at St Qatherinyeterdavmorningrublic l Col R E Vhayno reports the sale of William Sallee of Marion county7on the 28th A large crowd and things sold high as follows One aged horse 45 one 7year old horse 04 jersey cow 345iJ same 3225 steer calf S75 sow and 7 pigs 15 shoat brought from it to 5 ceuts He alsoreports the sale of Mrs Annie Burton at Willisburg on the 291h Household goods sold low but stock sold well at follow ing prices Aged horse 861 aged horse 7925 ageJ horse 594 dry cow 25i jersey heifer 1680 2 calves 9 per head 1 buggy 54l buggy 3Q50 Bargains for 30 Days In Polan China Gilts from 60 to 140 pounds from scup Reg I3t red at my expense if desired Must make room for spring Pigs Also a lot ofCedar Post any size or length OTIS PORTER Botland KyI3t Farms for Sale We have a number of good farms for sale at reasonable prices All persons having real es tate for sale or desiring topur chase will find it to their advan tage to give us a a1lPrompt personal attention given to all business placed in our hands Searcy NeikirkReal I Estate Agents Springfield Ky Office over Rpbertson Bros tf For Rent Four nice upstairs rooms newly finished Also stoge room in my buildingon Main street Luther Burns a l FEIRBCNAL T Scott Mayes was in Frank fort last wjeeir Miss Della Campbell has re turnea froim Louisviljc IV C IcU aord is in Frank fort this week on business MiLife bbeban of Maud is visiting Miss IjTancy Boblit j Mrs Liim 4bell has returned after an extended visit to Cleve land Ohio M G LeacKman Judge Litsey and Will jHagin were in Louis ville this week Mr Ricjhai4 Spalding of the CoQtinenia Tobacco Co is quite ill atit the VTalton Hon W iClaybrooke are in from Frankfort Saturday to spend Sunday jat home Mr G4 Turpinof Americus Ga iis visltDg his daughter Mss Ray Wakefieldofl this place Miss EtnmaJ Rodgers after a pieasant visits to the family of Mr Fred Hagan has returned home Miss Sa ho McElroy entertained a few young friends Tuesday evening tto meet Miss Anna Latimer Hon John W Lewis is in Frankfort this week to argue the Lancaster yill case before the Court of Appeals Mr and Mrs Evan Rodgers of Lobanqn were here Sunday to attend the Fifth Sunday meeting at the Baptist church ltJrt JofmC Shader and chil dren and Miss Maggie Shader have gore to Memphis Tenn for svisi to Mr Shader who is traveling Diit olhatfPI e Mr BeA Cecil and Miss Buck man two well known young peo pie of thejSt Rose neighborhood were published for the holy banns of matrimony at St Rose Church Sunday IfRev H Brenglei pastor pf the Baptijst church at Elizabeth tpwn sp nt last week visiting his sister Mrs S C Hendren of this plac Rev Brengle bas recently returued from a trip to Europe a id the Holy Land Messrs Conrad and Andrew Hertiein returned Saturday night f ma1rip to Atkansas and Texas They were very much pleased with the country An drew Hertiein who has been in this country for several months on a vis t left y ierdayto re turn to his home in Germany He was very much impressed with the United Stales Receipts I Mart a Wells mother and bene ficiary or Ed Welts a member of West TentNoi 63 1C X T Mof Willisburg Kentucky certify that ithin 6 days after the proof of his death Wassailed to the orc1erat Port Huron Mich I received a check forff 1000 the full mount of his Policy I WEI4LSISubscribeid and sworn to before me by Marthii Wells this Jan 23 1904 L lW Pi Booker Clerk By TiJ Miller D C This listc4 certify that IM F Roy alty admji listrator of D M oyalty received tlhe check of 900 in full of balance lSlip disablity poljCy in the the fJv Oir M 6f Port HUrpn Mich in sev0n days after thclproof was forwarded Myso1IDM Royalty was a charter nieraber of West Tent No 63 located at Will isburg Ky t W F ROYALTY ub3cribed and sworn to before me thisJanuary23d9O4i WF Booker Clerk Py T J Millerf fl C j Settlement We the undersigned committee ap pointed by the Board of Trustees of the town of Springfield to settle with C L Price tax collector for said town her by certify that the follow ing settlement was imtde February 2 1904 and approved by said board at ifs regular meeting Amount f property assessed by Assessor 8501 34500 Peoples J3ahk Franchise GO114CO L NR R Franchise 307500 Propert riot assessed 500000 rTotalI m w V- rS570r13400 At SOc on the 5100 5 + 285061 Tithes at S150 1L Jljr 33000 Total Charged to collectQrS3l80G7 Delinquent LIt L 1377- 5uJ Total amount collected 304292 Collectors Commission 15215 Amount paid town 890i WF Grigsby t Conrad Her lei 1 Committee 4l Delinquent Ust A copy of the delinquent list returned by G 0 Wharton tax collector for tlieGraded School district for the year 1903 Predj Carrlco J N Cheatham WilLDotsey Tom Edelen Andrew Sdger ion Lee Goatley J 1C Greene Biven Green Handy Green Alex Grant John Hord iSSiBThoinpnMrCi UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAtltaERS BurtFdrdin Jon dendron W L Jaties Will jJohnson N WI Jan s John KJnott John Mc PheI son Logaq McPherson Will McPherson Earnest Mob ley Alfred iNetatpn Raymond NaIlyLeO Nunlin Will Nunan Uon OGara Huh OGara Wood WilljThoTong JfH Waters Hundley West Jn ChWest Torn West Wood YQngHe1liYBor MBOSjwell Bradshaw Hcjmer Bradshaw Herman Schnjenk John A Smith WHITE BURLEY TOBACCO i A Fortunate MoaiOeatlon ot the Stronger Vnrletleii The best white burley jutting loaf probably comes from Owen county Ky fiih from the hill lands la Cler mont and Adams counties O It la gumJessbrlglit anil 50 thin as to rattle like odder Maioij and Bracken unties Ky nmke tlit best plug tiller of fine fiber but of good tiodyi i The counties in the blue grass dlgt1I tot which Fayotte contyls the nterwmamake 5S v tullulju n i i z that grown in Ma on county provided it is topped high enough fuid planted close enough toget icr The culture of vhlte burley tobacco has extended to several counties in ecu tral Missouri And to Inany counties in West Virginia mid Ylrgilll proper arid in some of the counties on the Cumber land river uuuvu usuviiiv Tern J he best types hoiVev frare produced in central Kentucky The fortunate ilevdlopment of this DPW variety of the tobacco plant forms ni1 epoch in the history of tobacco culr ture in thetlnited States This odlfiV cation of the stionger kinds to the white burley Variety met a want long felt by the consumers of the weed rind especlillyby thocfwIuiclewedit Thd white burley vafi ty Is low in Its cOfi tents of nicotine the cutting leaf pro duced in Owen cburity having only Z19 lloFoolentIwhUeginia anil Ten rift see on heavily ma miredlofs ron fron 529 tp 5S3 or over twice as much The highly injurious effects of using obacco with a large percentage of lcolnc was largejy dyer come by the use of the manufactured productqf the white burley variety Another greqt advantage this particular variety hrtsover the stronger sorts is its capacity fop absorbing moisture and nsj1 result jthe ilgherprn1lts- mnntzfactnrersIjenuse to of Its ability to absorb niore llarjjely the sauces with which it jIs treated Its coefficient ab sorption is 24as compared with the German peslr in the ClarKsvllIe district of 148 The latter are so heavily Surcharged with heir own gums that thor cannot take In theirpores extra neous sauces to f any considerable ex tent and their reSpect is barely jJwlf as white burley varieties IUCltylPthis Not only have of the white burley in orej ed by tllo liiamiLfacturers of tha United States biut many countries in Europe are very year calling for a lar ger percentage 1tPr J B Klire brew In home an Farm A CELER HARVEST Cut lnJ Cleaning nha PneUlnjron a lUg IciinMyivanla Fnrni Recording somii impression ot a visit to a great Pennsylvania celery farm n Rural Jsfcw Yorker writer says There nrt few busier ice than this1 celery rnrmIin tic height of the ship ping season Wh n the celery is ready it must go Two big horses haul n ma cthnr curio rncieTc- hine which Tool a liken huge drawing1 knife molintcd en wheels This knife is hung so thai it runs through the banked up soil Ielow the plants CU- tting off the rodts and leaving thqm standing The accompanying figure shows the cutting attachment which can be fastened to n wheel cultivator or hlller Follow lug this machine comes agang of men nho take up tie pfanfs and brcrtk off tl e outer stalks leaving the white insidi stalks und pack In crates Thesje ci ates are carried1 to time washing sUed Here are vats and tanks of runnln j water and men with rubber aprons 2vorything here moves like clockwork The celei y Comes from the field with t ae blaek muck soil 09 Its roots Tbese inen wash this ott by dashing the roosln water With clean feet the plants are thrownInto vatSi where quick hi nds sponge them and sort Into three sizes The bunchers pack them In launches of one dozen roots and tIe t ghlly with red ribbon Then thejpackir puts them in crates marking each rate with the number of bunches and the grade so that when the cratercach s Philadelphia they are all ready for delivery As quickly as Vossible the crakes are hustled Into tbeIIced car and w time train conies dir Is whisks along on Us way to Philadelphia hIpping Is done by fast Vrelgut and a rar started In the after riooh readies Philadelphia the next mprning and T IVeirii Notes A shortage o cucumber seeds is rported Fertilizer nn feed inspection work by the New Jersey experiment station is steadily inerfcasidp 1i J fiiitliWiWiliWiw Wfi IIWiH wiiw g- gLiDIES r f iWho wihtodo beiijpbg iJJgtnow can find a satisfactory JIne r ftIWsh Goods White Goods Eth broideries and IJaces in our large o kfwhich bsJ arrived j 1 t Lftt in Tabie Linens Napkins i tfja Fik iingfGInghamsi aryfurthrf3 PRY LOW PRICES y j l t op alT Wihter Goods to close out La i i dies Skirts and Cloaks at Half Prices v iJ L Bargains in Comforts and Blarrkets E Bat gains in Mens Hats Bargairisjlrui i E 3 Correts 125 and 1 goods npw for 5Eand 50c B argajna in every depart3 ment for 30 days t I ROSE RTS0NtBROSjfl1t m mm Ci J JqAN 5T MCELOY 4 ijtNfRAt INSURANCE Ar f 1 jI r Life Fire and Tor8doStSt ri OFFICE dV ERREOF ESBANIC i i r fSe LL Duijiigmy absence from ofceWF Gigsby or George Neikirk will attend to any tiufrfel NtVrVl Remember that the 1 jf t SPRINGFIELD lLilMBER 4OIO f Etanirjlfes everything the way ofl J 1 BUlLjDINOM AJE RmCV Rough andJlressed Lwiibi 1ri1nr any quaiitities itf v f 1 l i 1 17 i If you have building toflo ge4J otir tii1 prices w cap gcve ypu est1patf t On buildingsceompleste orcaii furnisl yo the material at l west prices rn Yards and office near depot N Telephone S9 SPRINGFIELD JFCV l f Home tobacco farehousfif llr1 j INCORPORATED T V4 NOT IIN THE COMBINE r t J Daily Sales Prompt Rfeturn i iiJ Months Storage Free Hfl 828 8i6 and 8J8 West Main Street Lquisle Ky ISam Sullivan and J W Sullivan A tthrJTHE HO M HOUSE is doing avnice business nowi 1 land every JTobacco GrowerishouJd patronize it It was forced oui latyear by he combine and it isi the only independent h6Ti e TlieciV Mark your HhdSt HOME HOUSEyi vv f r tgutnomy enTne goat claims tnar the milk tastes better than cows milk Is richer and Is the Ideal inllk for In valids and infants 1 Interest In cotton j Towing In parts of Nicaragua Us now reported There Is a prpph4thnt In th6 Course ot few years Georgia will again produce onesixth thjj cotton cron Ventilate the pold frames on warm runny days Mohair factories rrc allln the east sen rart of the couiitry and the prin itI market Is tsew Xbrk city J THE GOOSTOWER 4IWherein King Valteusr qiapped the TtlMrcnpcctt Dclciratc In the early yer of the fou teenth century the Mfree clUes Hamburg Lubock and Bremeti sent a delegation of seventyseven members to King Valdemar to demand increased rights and uriylleges In tbtfr trade with Denmark The delegates were not very re spectful in their language and demean or and the king tnio was at Vordjng borg told them they acted like a drove of geese and clapped them Into prison iu the tower tellln thm they would stay there until t icy learped better manners Over the heavy tower door the king put up a stone with the In scription 4 3 Slcben Jiid slebdnteff Hause SIebcniind ale enteg Ganse Ware nlcht so t eleUause Hat ich auch nicht viele Qaai Translated thlsreds Seventyseyeii houses and sevensevcn gee e Jf there wire not so majiy BOU8 f roaM not have so many gfcese tt On topot the tower which itlll stands solid and stjcpng wu placed A big gut goose witli neck autitetcWr as U it wereh1M1nr Low s6ttl i Bttftl dl uaSoutheast Mits riAskan sas Louisiaan1 jrcxi LAND up CEAPnOlEs t a The d4tes ar February rind 16 March i and IS April 6 atid1t The rite is a little We tjbtaial fare one way or round trip Now is the time tog t a good home of your own while land Is chjsiyp The Southwest offers the eatestin l I dudement fp hoineseiskcrs atmiW equableclimatc short p leasaniwl ters llong growing sea wn cheap t cost of living Land that vAill grow orA wheat oats clover alfalfa cbttoa fruits tiiand vegetables of nekrl7 very description can be hadat hrlc 8raar big from 55 to 325 per acre owIsgto location soil and lmpit v jmeats Take advantage of a saw of tile above d tesltand see this great COlttf try foryoursefI v If you will write us wbcre jMtwaELt I to go we wIll telyoq the eact of your ticket and se4 J descriptive literaturea t find a suitable iodatloq t Write todly to I4 r l 0CottonBeitRowte CCIJtQIp E W I xAt1 Gi P ct T A Cotton BIt Btoute St LOUIS itfo rJ a= p 7 v 1 W i If 1Iotft un11 + 1 It 11 I I4 I t + + 1I11ft fftVi J Ha t II I I H i H +it rh Gntle17lani 1 I if Fpml Indiana i i t 3jBOOTH TARIZJNGTOfr t + d iO1 Cpyrljlt 199 my Vtovtttay OL McGinn Co 4 Covyrtjltt JDO2 ky MeClmH TAMipj lCo IHLH f i i i t iIe i t H t +i444 +4 +4 ++ fiH ++ + 1 + + Ie + 1 tot I + + ++ + i f CHAPTER I ESN the rRt7 hands of the I 1 MIce deck marked half past 4 th editdr la chief of the Carlow County Herald tcok isiiiiid ott ot htebair wiped his pen 1ttIC from the White Caps piaij Ms eet wept out flip close trt and left the sanctiim for ue1tW1tt JIBe ttentOJ1 p 44chse ike way to the west stroll jWwifktfall out of town Jby the w h34 deseiled Main stret and t Miward by the country nJad into w itJ proud hwlf mile of old brick fawlidlnga tumbledown tran1li L thinly paInttd tt t te4 The sun was In his face wt reed Am between the sum ekk lying waveless low gra c tm proaiM but coming to c w et Wckory apd beech nud wal 4bktWs kyst4 bemlgtit turn kk 4sweat bat brim up and hold kta kewl erect Here the shade fell aM eeel on the gren tangle of rag MM Jrwi WeedJJnd lopg grass thjHeeaQI of the suafce fence a- lthi the gen beat upon the road so l ke de There was nomp ement of the crMp young leaves overhead llif i JK Ute boughs there was a quick Ilk jrcriBMOB wliere two robins bop pe4I Mteefewly The late afternoon whMt1e air Is quite still had come yeti fkere rested somewhere on the- qitIt Jay a faint pleasant woody It came to the editor of the IIeak1 ai be climbed to the top rail ef fce fence for a seat nnd he drew t dtg breath to get the elusive odor rjaxiirleuly and then it was gone alter4 kiblt ef llcaclesr he said alou- d4eefng the wide silence complain Jill MOe taste aUld they quit hi iii4hed gazing solemnly upon tlit IIIIRE little towii down the road It wai a place of which Its inhabit iitt4 semetlines remarked easily thai tkelr city had a population of from 500 to 0000 souls but It should be- tR3 to forgive them for uch state htcatg Civic pride is n virtue TUG tow i by In the heart of that fertile Mtreck f Pat lands in Indiana where eMe vnf travelers glancing from car wi tewg sliBdder and return their eyes to itetttr mpbolaterr preferring even the iwaying caparisons of a Pullman to the QMpotony TrVitUout The landscape run4 interminably level lines bleak in i litter a desolate plain of mud and r Stt6 r hot and dusty in summer miles on j iltes of flat lonesomeness with not o e cool kill slope away from the suu The persistent tourist who seeks for- elVis of wan in this kid expanse per cehcB a reckless ampuut of roll fence mt i Jt ryjila a large ftaro and hen and the e man himself incurious patient sloi fookinjg up from the fields apa- thelcahly as the limited flies by Now an4 then the train passes n village bIt acatteringly about courthouse whli a mill or two bumming near the tra kTllls1s a county seat und the ink bltantsand the local papers refer to tcoBfldjjntly as our city SBrff a county seat was Plattvllle cagltaloflCrlowl unt1 The social an business energy of the town con cei trat don the square and here in summer time the gentlemen were wont to lounge from store to ston In tlieir I8k t sleeves and In the center of thi4 square stood the old red brick tU coi rthouse loosely fenced la a shady gn ye of maple and elm rJlppry ell mcaJJC the courthouse yar- dWietbe wa grew too hot for the dry gc18 box whittlers in front of tbe stoFee arbasd the square and the occu pants of the chairs in front of this Pal ac4 kotel on the corner they would go a JOM and drape themselves over the f tce and carve their initials on the tei1 board From the position of tbe the JetHtor of the Herald judged tint these operations were now in pn gross and he Was not deeply elated by the knowledge that whatever desul tory eoaversatiou might pass from nina f ta uaa oa Zhe fence would probably be iaipired by his own convictions ex Ipr4eed editorially in the Herald 0 drew a faded tobacco bag and a brier pipe from his pocket and after tiling and lighting the pipe twirled the pojick mecanlcaUy about 1lsfingerj thin suddenly regarding It patted caeeeIngiy It h4 been a giddy little b ago gdy with embroidery In tb colors of the editors university MII although now it tins frayed to the verge of tatters Jt still bore an air of prtstloe jauntIness rn air of which its bvaer in nowise p rtook He Jooked frraiit toward the village in the clear 4itaBCtfaiid siclip1 softly as he out r r 3000 JfWend s dkaJ A datrBuffalo K Y if JTCMHK show the original signature the iaiividtMl volUBt ring the testi kl Ulow aad alto Of the writer o- f4cy ia1ilUongthe thousands publis1thgtlem wjrtiwiteecordEsqt a rret ber ofrteijeg wit1ioutie soMfra44 a4y olrHtMyotIf 1dm Mediall Discovery k tretllln 1 bad derived so much t I CCBtiflued the medicine I buebottles sad aid convinced it bu 11M tIipJiehed a perniaitent cure I T recoiiBiend it to the thou IIICptMf trotagbOit the laad R cm ncC fckand be Strong If fWbeuisaky se aH these symptom point to 4wdtMM sad Joe ef nutrition Dr t ijGe44e Medierf Diacoverr lathe ieiae to turn to M t talnsaHeMII IuiIaUotIIerfJaJcodcsiI Acept o bttItJtte focGolden Med There M Jtbisgjuat 101 sot Mf te Motnsth- 1eCOINusoii1 Mie iCedtcal Aavisor I ia ppt Covers is sent free I 1tY luc5ddo N yr p ue poucn back fu Us pocket and rest ing lila arm on his knee and his chin on his hand sat blowing clouds of smoke out of the shade Jnto the sunshine ab sently watching the ghastly shadow on the white dust of the road A little garter bake crept under the fen e beneath bin and disappeared in the underbrush a rabbit progressing on Its travels by a series of brilliant dashes and terror smitten halts came within n few yards of him snt up wIth quivering nose und eyes nllsht w1tbIfearttilIuIngiflh1IZ and vnnisleUa of flurry brown and white Sundtrws srtw longer a cri iket chirpe vin heard answers there was a woodlhrvl stir of breezes and the pnlr of robins left the branches overhead in engerilljiht va cntlng before the arrival of a flock of blackblnls hastening thither ere the eventide should be upon them The blackblnls came chattered gossiped qunrrettlnnel beat each other with their wiugs above the smoker sitting on the top fence rail But he hind reineinbored A thousand miles to tthe vast it was cominoncuuierit day SQVCfl ycarst3 a day from his own commencement Tire years ago oil another June aft ernoon a young man from the cast Und nlighteiTpn the platfqrm of the station north of Plattvllle and entering the rickety omnibus that lingered there seekIng whom it might rittlpto dent ness demanded to be driven to the Herald building It did not strike the driver that the newcomer was pro cisely a gay younguum wheiflie climb ed into theomnlus but an hour Jater ns he stood In the doorway of thb edj ffca he liud indicated us hlf dostlnatiph depression Bceured to have settled Into tho marrow of5 his bones riattville yak instantly alert to the strangers presence and interesting conjectures were hazarded all day long at the back door of MartliTs pry Goods Emporium thlswustbe cIub during the ny and at supper the new ar rival nud his probable purposes were discussed over every tablelu the town UPQn inquiry he had Informed Judd Bennett the driver of fijc omnibus that he had come to stay Naturally such a declaration caused a sensation as people did not come to Plattville to live except through the Inadvertency of being born there In addition the young mans appearance and attire were re ported to extraordinary Many of the curious pmong them inpst of the marriageable females of the place took occasion to pats and repass the jlgu of the Carlow County Herald during the evening Meanwhile the stronger was seated tn the dingy ofllco upstairs with his head bowed low on his arms TwIHght stole through the dirty window panes and faded into darkucsf Night hued the lIe did not move The young rIaidout ever having been within a hundred njilos of Plattville The Herald was an alleged weekly wlll hhnel some times appeared Within five days of its declared dnte of publication and some times missed lire altogether It was n thorn lii the side of every patriot of Carlow county and Carlow people uft er supporting the paper loyally and long hal at lust given it up and sub scribed for thefGuzette published In the neighboring county of Amo The former proprietor of the Herald n surreptitious gentleman with n goatee had taken the precaution of leaving Plattvllle forever oil the af tcrnoon pre coding his successors arrival The young man from the east had vastly overpaid fot his purchase Moreover the price he had paid for It wits all the money he hind in the worldI The next morning he went bitterly to work He hired a compositor from Rouen a young man named Parker who set type all night long and helped him pursue advertisements all day The citizens shook their heads pessi mistically They had about given up the idea that the Herald could ever amount to anything and they betray an Innocent but caustic doubt of Abil ity in any stranger One day the new editor left a note on his eloorWm return in fifteen min- tn eR Mr Rodney McChne a politician from the neighboring cpunty ot Gaines hap pening bout Piattvllleion nn errand to his henchmen found the note and wrote beneath the message the scath ing inquiry Why When he discovered this addendum the editor smiled for the jirst time since his advent and roorted he Incident In his next issue using the rubric Why Has the Herald Returned to Life us a text for a rousing editorial on honest In polities a subject of which he already knew something The political district to which Curlew belonged was governed by a limited number of gen tlemen whose wealth was ever on the increase and honesty In polities was a startling conception to tbe minds of the passive and rcsigried voters who talked the editorial over on the street corners and In the stores The next week there was another editorial per sonal and local in Its application und thereby becunieevident that the new proprietor of the tlcrnld wns a theorist who believed hi general that a politi clans honor shpuld not be merely of that middling healthy species known ns bono among politicians and in particular that Rodney McCuue should nAt receive the nomination of his party for congress Nov Mr McCune was the undoubted dictator o A the district and his followers laughed ht the stran ger fuuta tlc pnset but the editor wns not content with the word of print He hired a horsennd rode abput the coun try and to tile own gurprtBe proved be an adaptable young inn who joyed exercise with a p Itclrfork to thP farmers profit while tire fanner talker cd He talked little himself but after listenlngzin hour or sohe would drop a word from the saddle as he left and then by some surprising wizardry the farfner thinking over the interview decided there was some sense in what that young fellow said and grew curi Qua to see what the youngfcllow had further to say In the Herald poJUUxaj Is the OP9 subject that goes tp tthe yjjals of pvery rural American and JotJe yJJJ IlJ pIues ntter ho is dead 4IJrtorialsthough theN was the one who did not perceive the utter absurdity of a young taDgej droppliig into Carlow and JnvoJrJnir hlmsejf tn a party fifeljt i1T ri1Trng unst toe or toe Olsmct it was en irely a party fight for by grace of thi last gerrymander the nomination ca Tied with it the certainty of setee tl n A week betor the convention there ca he a provincial earthquake The ne passed from man to man in awe struck whispers McCune had with drawn Ills name making the shallow esof excuses to his cohorts Nothing wr knpvn of the real reason for his dl ordered retreat beyond the fact that he had been in Plattville on the morn In before his withdrawal and had 1s su dfrom a visit to the Herald office n state of palsy Mr Parker the Rouen printer hnd been present at the close of the interview but he held his peace at the command of his employer- H had been called Into the sanctum an had found McCune white and sliiiklng leaning on the desk Parker sold the editor exhibiting a uiidle of papers he held in his hand I want you to wltnessa verbal con 3jv Rodney SlcCunc found the note tract between Mr McCune and myself T ese papers are ah affidavit and copies of some records of a street cur co npany which obtained a charter wMle Mr McCune was In the legisln tu C They were sent to me by a man I o not know uh anonymous friend or Mi1 McCune In fact a friend he Bceum to have lost On consideration of our not printing these papers Mr MCune agrees tto retire from politics togood You understand if he ever llt s his head again polItically we pub Us them and thecol1rtswIll dd the reit Now in case anything should happen to Dl- CSomething will happen to you all right broke out McCuue You can bank on that you l lack the editor Interrupted not IICOOl t Why shoul there be porsonaiIn all this I dont you ns my private enemy not at alland 1 think you are getting off rather easily arent you You keep outof politics and everything nvlll bi comfortable YQu ought never to have been In it you see Its a mistake not to go square because In the long run soniebody Is sure to give you away like the fellow who sent rnd thse You promise tq hold to a strictly pri rate life Youre a traitor to the party groan ed the otht but you only wait nothtngyour wIre Ill give you three to ont shell be glad you are out of it Ill give you three to one said Me Cues that the White Cups will pet you if you stay In Carlovr You want to look out for yourself I tell you my smart orIGood day Mrk McCunc was the answer Let me have your note of withdrawal before you leave town this afternoon The young man paused a moment then extended his laud ns 1m said Shake hands wont you II onouIIer to you before long and Ifif any thlng should turn up that I cun do for you in n privnte way Ill be tory glad you know jffoodby The sound of the Heralds victory went over the state ffhe paper value out regularly The townsfolk bought It and tlc farmers drove in for it Old subscribers came back Old ndvertls ers renewed The Herald begun to sell In Amo anti GaInes lO JItllOpe suIt scribed Cnrlow folk held up their heads when journalism was mentioned Presently the Herald announced n news connection with It uen and with that und the aid of putent Insides begun un era of three issues a week appear ing on Tuesdays ThurscluyH and Saturdays The Pluttville brass bund sere naded the editor During the second month of the new regime of the Herald the working force of ttye nnper received nn addition One night the editor found sonic barroom loafers tormdntlng n patrIarchal old man who had a magnificent head anti a grand White beard He hnd been thrown out of n saloon and he was ilrunk with the drunkenness of tbree weelcs steady pouring lIe propped himself uguhwt n wnll nnd reproved his tormentors In Lntlii Imi wnl- kinrWakehul Sleeplessness is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To There are tlirco dLTcrcnt manifesta lIons of sleeplessness FIrst hardy to sleep a TIhl nIl night second to lie a5vac a long time before falling asleep third to fall asleep soon waking up after several hoursvand then flnfl it Lard to sleep again They fnean that somewhere In the nerve fibres somewhere in the brain cells some vherq in the blood vessels tiat carry blood to the brain something Is radically wrongi and must bo righted or the end may be worse than death Toright it talso Dr Miles Nervine Gome other symptoms of nerve trou tie arc Dizziness Headache Back ache Worry Eretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They indicate dlspftged which may lead to plJepsy Fits gt Vitus Dance Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing will give such quick and last- Ing relief as Dr Miles Nervine My husband hcd been sick for weeks could not sit up to have his bed made gutlieneither sleep or eat Our baby girl was sent away and all callers barred be cause be could not stand a bit of talk prostrationNervine We began giving It to him and in a few days ho was able to bo steadilyImprovectMRS A Q IIASKIN FrccvUlo N Y TPTJIPT1 writs to us for Free Trial JbUJJ jpckage ot Dr Miles Antl Pain PiIls the Iw cJefltIu1c Remedy tot Pain Also Symptom Klank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell it1rer l UyllATORlES EUCJ1ART JND T n your way Mr risoee remarKea tnt journalist hooking his ann into tbe old mans Suppose w Jeave our friends here quid go home Mr Fisbee was the one inhabitant of the town poaeesslng an unknown past and a glamour of romance was thrown about him by the gossips who agreed that there was a dark portentous secret In his life an opinion not too well confirmed by the old mans appearance His tine eyes Tind a habit of wandering to the horizon and his expression was mild vague and sad lot in dreams At the first glance one guessed that WsdrenmsLwoul never be practicable in their application and some such im pression of him was probably what caused the editor of the Herald to nick name him in his own mind the White Knight Mr Fisbee coming to riattvllle from nobody knew where had taught in the high school firten years but he proved quite unable to refrain from lecturing to the dumfounded pupils bn archa ology neglecting more and more the ordinary courses of instruction grow ing year by year more forgetful and absent lost in his few books and lilt own reflections until at last he hnd been discharged for Incompetency The dazed old man had no money and no way to make any One day he dropped Iln at the hotel bar where Wllkerson e professional drunkard favored him with his society The old man uudejr stood He knew it was the beginning of the lId He sold his books in order to continue his credit at the Palace bar antI qnce or twice unable to pro coed to his own dwelling spent the night in a lumbti yard piloted thither by the hurdler veteran Wilkerson The morning after the editor took him home Fisbee appeared at thjfS Herald olficc in a new hat and a decent suit of black He had received his salary in advance his books had been repurchased und Jie hind become the re pbrtorial staff of the Carlow County Herald also he was to write various treatises for the paper For the first few evenings ivhen he started home from the pfllco hIs chief walked with lilm chatting cheerfully until they had passed the Place bar But Fis completeThe stead ily at his work and as time went ah the bitterness his predecessor swindle had left in him passed away But hid loneliness and a sense of detent grew and deepened When the vistas of the worldhndopened to his first youth be had not thought to spend his life in such u place as Plattvllle but he found himself doing it anti It was no great Lapphiesa to him that the Hon Kedge Hnllowayrof Amd whom the Heralds opposition Jto McCupe had sent to Washington came to depenil on his fluence for reuomlnatlou nor did the realization that the editor of the Carlo County Herald had come to be McCuues successor as political dIcta- tor produce n perceptibly enlivening ef feet upon the young man The yearn drifted vcry slowly and to him it seem ed that thejf went by while he stood far aside and could not even see them move He did not consider the life he led an exciting one but the other citi zens of Carlow did when he undertook a war against the White Caps deni zcnsof Six Crossrodds seven miles vest of Plattvllle The natives were much more afraid of the White Caps than he was They knew more about them and understood them better than he was no thought of the people of the Crossroads In his mind as lie sat on the snake fence staring at the little tmioky shadow dunce on the white road in the June sunshine On the contrary he was occupied with the realization that third had been a man in this clnsa at college whose ambition needed restraint his promise was so great In the strong belief of the University a belief he could not help knowing and that seven years to a day from his cow uicncementjthis man was sitting on a fence rail In Indiana Down the pike u buggy came creak ing toward him gray with dust old und frayed like the fat shaggy gray inure that drew itfc her unchecked de spondent head lowering before her while her Incongruous tail waved in cessantly like the banner of a storming party The editor did not hear the flop oillie mares hoofs nor the sound of the wheels so deep wus his rev cr1e till the vehicle wu3 nearly oppo sitp him The red faced and pertplr mg driver threw rein and the journal t4t looked up and waved a long white and to hint In greeting Howdy do Mr Hnrkless called Jhc nina in the buggy Soakin In the wcathcrY lie spoke in shouts thought neither wan hard of hearing Yes Just soaking answered Hark lcs3 Its such a gypsy day Howls Mr Bowldcri IIIm satisfactionglvin good thank you and all at home 1ues in town Jive Mrs Bowljler my regards said the Journalist comprehending the symbolism low is Hartley Tho farmora honest feice shaded over for u second lies ben uteady ever sencethe night you brouKbt him home six weeks Htrulght Im kind of both Llvd about tomorrow he wants to come in for show day und seems Itl hadnt any call to say no I reckon hell have to take his chance and us too Seems more like wed have to let him long as we got him not to come In last night for ledge Haltowajrs lecture nt the courthouse Say howd that lecture strike ouYou give Kedge a mlghy fine sendoff to the audience in your Iij trojduction but I noticed you spoke of him as a thliikcr without suylu what kind I didnt know you was as cau tlous a pint RHflqtI Of Bourse I know Kedgeis honest Hurklesa sighed lOh hes the best weve got Bowlder Yes presume burMr Bowl tIer broke off suu1denly as his eyes opened in surprise and he exchilmcdr Law Id never of expected to see you settln here today Why aint you qut at Judge Drl eoesThl8 speech secui ed to be intended with sonic humor for Bowlder accompanied It with the loud laughter of sylvan timidity risking a Joke Why Whats going on at the Judges Goln on Didnt you see that strange lady nt the lecture with MJiinie Briscoe and the Judge and old ll beer Im afraid not Bqwlder They couldnt talk nuout anything else lit the postotllce this uiornlti amid at Toiu Martins She come yesterday on the afternoon accommodation You ought to know all about it because when Minnie and her father went to the deepoe they had old Fisbee with em and when the buckboard come through town he was settlu on the buck seat with her Thats what stir red fyie town up so Nobody could fig gel it out any way and nobody got much of a good look at her then except Judd Bennett He said she had kind ofI a new look to her Thats all uny lm WHW tit Hit Pf Judlj He was in art of a dreamy stato Butt Mlldy Up nI at tonYou jBrlscooV kpow MIld She works ypi r ktuii1 =i She come ib ta the postofflce with the news this ladys name was Sher wood and she lives at Rouen MIss Tibbs says that wasnt no newsyouc- ould tell she was a city lady wahboth your eyes shntj But Mllily says Fisbee was goln to stay for supper and he tome totte leclturc with em and drove off with em af terwerds Jsol Tibbs SOS he reckoned it was because Fisbee DriS1coesto smart erough to to her Miss Sellny says if that was so theyd have got you instead arid so they had to all Jest about give It up Of course everybody got good look ut her tit the lecture they tfet on the platform right behind you and Halloway and she did look smart Wllmt got me though vas the way the wjorc a kind of n little dag ger stuck strriight through her head Seemed a good deal of a sacrifice Jest tomake sure your hat was en right You never see her ntnl12 Im afraid not answered Ilarklpss absently MIs Briscoe stoppedme on the way put and told me she had a visitor Young toan said Epwldcr you better go out there right away He raised the reins and clucked to the gray mare Well 4ieH be mad I aint in town foe herjloug ago Hide In with me No thank you Ill walk In for the sake of my appetite Wouldnt encourage It too mtich llvin at the Palace hotel observed Bowlder Sorry you wont ride He gathered the loose ends of ttmens In his hindS leaned far over the dash board and struck the mare n iiieurty thwack The tattered bunner of tall Jerked indignantly but she consented to move down tho road Bowlder thrust his big bend through the sun curtain behind him and continued the conver nation See the White Caps aint got you yet No not yet Harkless laughed Reckon the boys druther you stayed in town after dark tthe other called back Well come out and scotia If you git any spare time from the Judges lie laughed loudly again in farewell and the editor waved his hand as Bowl der finally turned his attention forward to the mare When the flop hop of her hoofs hud died out Harkless realized that the day wus silent no lhinge it was verging into evenIng He dropped from the fence and turn ed his face tOward town and supper lie felt the ijfe and light about him heard the clhttcr of the blackbirds ubove him heard the homing bees hum by sqw the Vista of white road and level landscapel framed on two sides by the branches of the grove n vista of infinitely stretching fields of green lined here and there with woodlands and fiat to the horizon line the village iyingiu their Jap No roll of meadow no rise of pasture land relieved thblr serenity nor shouldered up from Uipm be called p hilll r farm belt rung in the distance a tinkling coming small and mellow frpiu far awny4 anti at the lonesomeness of that sound he hcaved a long mournful sigh TIle next instant he broke Into laughter for another bell rang over the t He topped to cxcnnngca word fields the courthouse bell inthcsqudr The tlrst Ifour strokes were given with mechanical regularity the pride of jho custodian who operated the behl being td produce the effect bf a clockwork bell such as hud once heard In the courthoUse utj Rouen but the fifth and sixth strokes were halting achieve- mentS as after 4 oclock he often lost cotnt In the sjtrnln of the effort for Ipre else imitation There wasra lpause ate tW sixth then a dubious and reluctant stroke seven a longer pause folioed final ring with desperate declslon lbii1 Harkless lookpd at Ills 7itclu It was twenty minutes of n As he crossed the courthouse yard to the Palace hotel on Itls way to supper he stopped rjhr exchange t word rltlu- the bell ringer who seated on the st ps was mopping hlu brow with an alit of hurd earned Hatlsfactlou Good evening Schotlelds bo sjiid YoU iii strong on the lOst trok tonlihtitttn itwv 11 Tryrltealth 222 South Peoria St Ciiicjiao Iu Oct 7 1902 Eight hionths ago I vas saill thnt Ttvts cqipOhFetl tQllCior SIt down niirly aU the tIme My stomach was to weak and upset that I could keep nothing on it nd I vomited frequently could not urinate without great pain itnt1Ieoughcdsomuch that my throit ADd lungs were 1tT and lore The doctors pro nounced iitUrightai disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to rrio what they called it and I had no de sire to Jive A sister visited me from St Louis and asked mo if had over tried Wino of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe hat itsaved inylife bciicveraany women out save much suffer ing ittbpy but knevr of its value dA7afQEvsr Dont yon want frcedota from pain Take Wine of Crdui anti make one supreme effort tto be well You do not need to be a weak Ihclplesa sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottlo of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today WlNE CtRDUI ISWLJi I J 7 w 1 bell ringer is more puouc Bpemicw men I nlntkklckln ojti you Mr Hark less no sir but we want more mn like they got In Ilouer We wnnt men that glt Main istreet paved with block or asphalt me i that put In factories men that 11actnot set round Jike that old dol Martin and laugh and pollywoggh along and make fun of public snpirlt day ndl1Y out I reckon I do my best for the city 6h nobody minds Id Tom Martin observed Harkless half 1tImereturned the bell rln er in a tone of high complaint Yo i cant never tell which half it Is Lot at him nowi The gentleman referred to was stand- Ing over in front of he hotel talking to a row of confess otmgers who sat with their chairs til eel back against the props of the woe den awning that projected over the sidewalk Their faces were turned toward the courthouse and even e lost lin medita hive whittling hind lo ked up to laugh Mr Martin one oif hi s hands thrust in a pocket of his alpaca coat nod the oth er softly caressing hi wiry gray chin beard lila rusty silk liat tilted forward till the brim nJmo t rested on the bridge of his nose was addressing then in n one keyed voice the melan choly whine ot whldL thought not the words penetrated to the courthouse steps wnsIas fSchofields Henry popularly abbre viated to gehoflelds was moved to in dignation Look ai him he cried Look at him Everlastingly gbln on about my bell Well let him talk Let him talk IIAs Mr Martins eye fell upon the editor who having ade the bell rIng- er good night was approaching the hotel he left his Jaiguld companions anti crossed the stree to meet him- I was only oratin oh how proud the city ought to be of S hoflelds he said mournfully as they book hands but he looks kind of put ut with me He lhooked his arm In that of the young man and detained h in for a moment its the supper gongs untied from with in the hotel Call on the Judge night lie asked Nothiy I reckon you didnt see that lady with Minnie last nig itKou WelL I guess you liettargo out there young fman She might not stay here long t CHAPTER IL- HE Brlscoe Luckboard rattled TI along tIle elastic country road tIuC roans s ttIpg n sharp pace as they tu tied eastward on the pike toward horn Theyll make th eight miles in threequarters of an hour said Judge Briscoe proudly Ur turned from his daughter athis side to Miss Sherwood who sat with Mr 11 bee behind them aud pointed ahead with his whip Just beyond that bend we pass through Six Crossroads Miss Sherwood leazk1 forward eagerly What did you mean last night after the lecture sIte said Jo Fisbee when you askedMi Martin who was to be with Mr Hark cash Who was watch ug him he an swered Watching him I dont understand Yes they have hot at him fronr the woodsat night iiid T x u But who watchos UmT The young inert rfntbe town HP has a habit of taking long walks after dark and he jls licet less of nIl rcmou strance so the younj men haye organ- Ized a guard tar bin and every even ing oneof thquifol ows him until hr goes t9 the offlce to ork for the night It is different yotii g man each night and tile watcher fol owsfata distance so that lie does not si ispectJ But how many p jople know of this arrangement Nearly every one in the county ej pppt the Crossroads people though it iIf not improbable that they have discort- ered ItI U And has ho ont tildt Jlmr No he would riot allow It to ton tlnue He will not ven arm himself They follow and watch him night after night and every one knows and no one toils hint Oh I must say cried the girl 1 th nk these are good people The buckboard ttiir red the bend In tbn road smith they enter d a squalid settle uncut ibuUt raggedly about a blnck smlfhshop amid a saloon Id hate to tlmve a breakdown here Briscoe re marked quietly Half a dozen slal ties clustered near the forge a few rOOt scattered through the shiftlessly cultlv ited holds four or live burns propped bfenco rails somo sheds with gaping apertures throug which the light ghuiced trout side ti side a squad of Jh n rarorback hogs now and then worrit d by gauht hounds nnd some abused lo king liens groping about disconsolate In tthe mire n broken topped liugty with a twisted wheel settnng Into the mud of thc middle of tlieT road there Ws tIWOR- ltllul1c1nntulu hbr in the driest sum face sit erjug troUt a l- ire5kenbidding anti forjon enough by day rhe thought of vha muighit issue from It by night wITS in pleasant and the legomLj of the Cr iwroads together with an uusliapen tI rent easily fanclet In the atmosphere cf the place jujfl Miss Sherwood slilvc r or though a Cold draft html crossed her lit is so sjnlstijr she exclaimed And so ynsnoakamy uican Tllistsf- twre far live the people that bate him is it The White Caps Thqy call themselves tltntt replied Brlscoo Usually Vhlto Caps are a vlgHanco coinmltteojln n region where the hnvijiut cnforcpd Those fellows urtnt that kind Ulioy got together to wlpu out grudges and sometimes didnt need any grudge jukt made their raids for pure devilment Theres a feud be ween us and them that goes back into pioneer dlyst and oiily a few of us pld folks know much nbo5t It Aud he was the first to1 try to stop them Yell you sceo r folks are pretty long suffering salt Brlsepe apologtjt Ically Wed sort kisetl to tiG 1Jj t 1 lid Ho wont eight of tlioni to thepcuN tcntiury some for tveuly years As thyy passed the salqpn a maiV itcppcd into the dcpnvuy nd looked it them lIe was e witless r and dbill Iii armeiits worn to color of dust Us bare head was Curiously uialforui d higher on one shle than on Jhe othu5 r and though the buckbonrd pussei npIdlyiiiuVnt n distance this slngnhr- psldednesx WitS plnlnly visible to th cctiiJants liiullng nglyMlgnUUan o his meaner yellow fact He wa all lean hard poveftuUy built 11i f tilt riirwtlilyeti strauigefsivltii louttnor nnd th n wjifi they had gout bff roke Into KtultTen lloud laughter Ihat was lob SI Ilktt the worst ot tl lot siM ilv Jud IlarUr4 0 i rr D CASIORlft- a For Infante and Ohildrthi The Kind YOuH ve AVegetaWePreparattoflforAs Always Boughi siinhlaL113g theFoodandlletila ungthsaclsaiI13owe1sof Bears the j S1ItPromotes DlgestionCheerFul OpiuniMorphine nessandRestContainwellher nOr fiuera1 Of 1OTXARCOTIC I vEtrcHm zfcSJk I 21 r si111 jl jlIl Ig- 1rJe1 JSOnI waThirty VnrIUU1O b muiilh old Dnsis CASTORADCACT COPY or RAmPER 1 I vile ccnrSun cokiasY sew voa cry lII scut 1II1roU auu ontr tr prcon and It nearly broke his hleart that he iouldut swear to Bob L f WIen they were beyond the village and in the open road agalh Miss Slier wood took a deep breath 1 think I breathe more freely That was a hid eons laugh he sent afterti The judge glanced at his guests face nnd thucklod lguesiiwe wont frighten you lyuch esild Young lady dont believe jg ld be afraid of many things would you Ybu doht look like it Besides ihj Crossroads Isnt riattvllle and the White Cans have been too scared to do anything much excepttry to get even with the IleraU for the last twQ years ever since It went for them Theyre lay big for llarkiess partly to revenge and partly because they darent do anything until lies out of the ivay The girl gave it low cry with a share Intake of breath Alt grows tired nt thlete1ltlstlngt patIenc Vliy dont the Plattvll e people do something before they its Just ns I say Urisepe answer ed Our tolksrin sor of used to them I expect we do ibout all we can The boys llook aftet him nights but the main trouble ia hat we cant make him understand hi ought to be more afraid of them If lied lived Mere all his life lie would be If they get Dim tlierell be trouble of an Illegal na ture He broke off suddenly and nodded toi a little old niar in a buck board turning off from tie road into a farm lane which led up o h trIm cottage with a honeysuckle vine by the door Thats Mrs Viuifcys husband said the Judge in an undertone f Miss Sherwood observnl that Mrs Wlmbys husband was remarkable foe the exceeding plaint vencss of exi prcsslonr He was a wet zoned blank pale eyed little man a thin white wltJ1 mist of neck and he was dressed in clothes much jjob large for him No more inoffensive figure than thru feeble little old man could be hu nslncd yet his was the llstlnction of having received a hostile rlslt from his neighbors of the Crossroads A rags bonding tinUfer he had ini rrled the one respectable person of the section a widow who html refused several gen tlemen at the Crossroads and so plete was the bridegrooms Insignifi canoe that to all the world his own name waslost The bride continued to be known by her former name as Mrs Wimby and her spouse was usually called WJdder Woman Wimbys husI band or Mr Wlmby Qjhe bride supplied his wardrobe wlth the garments of her former1 hiwbuhd phd alleging this proceeding as the ciuso oV their anger the White Capsbxkelntdlh furmh6use one Slight tore the old wall from lhis bed mid before h s wifes eye lashed him with sapling shoots till lit was near to heath i A little yellow cui that hud followed his ju aster on hi ttandcrlngs wns found Hiking the oil mans wounds und they deluged thi log with kerosene and tlimjlirewtht oor animal upon u lon 1c they had made and danced around In Jeq rUes njoymeiit f The man recovercdv but that was no wlllutlon of the offense tO the mind of hot eyed young mini f out the eas rite bcsjeglng the cointy nuthorl los for redress and wrltl ig brlmstom ml saltpeter for hits rThl TOW rs of tin tJpnnty provlUK either lack Heal of timorous iuT jinnnnlejt Women as Well af Men I Are Made Miserable by Kidney TroubleI KlAiey trouble preys upon 1he mind dls courtges and lessens ambition beauty vigor Sad cherfulneSs soon dlsappeajr when the kidneys ucj out of order or diseased Kldi etrouble has prevalent1hat for a child to be born afflicted With weak neys If the child urih Iotes too often If the urine scalds the flesh or if when the chile reaches in agp when it should be able tc control the passage it is yet afflicted wltl bedwetting depend upon it the cacao a the dlfffculty Is kidney trouble and the fir step should be towards the treatment o these Important ojrgans This unpleasan trouble is due to a diseased condition of th kidneys and bladder und not to a habit 1 most people suppose Women as well as men are made mL srable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same jjrcat remedy The mild and the immediptccffect c SwampRoot is soon realized It is sob by druggists in iKy fC cent aj4 ona dollar is You may have aimr ample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell of Swampnoo ing all about it Including tinny of tiv thousands of testimonial letters receive from sufferwri cured In writing Dr KUmei Co Binghamton N Yr bet suranc meaton this paF s those or inc state ana lie went every night to sleejj aj a farmhouse te own or of which had received a arning from the White Caps and one sight It befell fiat he was rewardetl lor the raiders attempted an entrance lie and tim farmer and the farmers sous beatv off the marauders and did saeSfjicto ry amount o damage In retnrn Twor of the White Cws they dptBiWlandl tcc4gIiedTlteivoice of the Herald mid its owner There were arrests mid in the course of time tihcro wits d trial Eve y prls ciier proved jn aliWrcould 1m ptevqjtt a dozen but the editor of the leraljl after virtually conducting the irosccui tloh went upon this stand and sjrcpre toi after man tight men Tcnt to the penitentiary on lila qvlden fIve of them for twehty years Th ilattf ville brass band serenaded the editor of tiiq Herald again I There wore no more raids snd the Six Crossroads men who were itt kept tolher hovels appalled and jjshaSerir but jas time went by and left u emJuii molest d they recovereda measure 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