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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w 7 r w jwii l 77w ii ttC IIj 9- I l THt NWS4JDFR if fP q co qJ I j 10tr jj t 4 S r 1 i 1 rFjietI VilXI No i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON QOUNTI MARCH 3 1904 f t + jff tJPa iiBTiV31 L sitTh W- trPBopour1Co I I k t UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 7 jk CMrr 1wttock all klnia of Taawr rtmrifiMr PHONE 53 t tII IMRECTORY t f PRtNGFII4DcountyJ peat of WMhififtOM coiuity 51 miles south aitfe i eriKton 59 miles from p Loiilsvifle Ot1Bara town bra ck Oi ioisvijfa ad Nashville railroad in t a armiSjC ud agricultural district Two Saaks telegraph and telephone lines express officeflour mills Imtabef yards PoptaUoHll00 population of toi tily 1500Q Represcnta tive in Congress H aJH Smith Ho genYille Ky Representative la Kentucky Legis l lt faturr Hon WD Claybrooke ReprscaUvc in State Senate Hon t Harry liSncagtcry Leba BOn Ky ctyirrctory CIRCUIT COtfRT Circuit Courtbegins On the fourth odayinFcbruar7May andOcto ikfV C E PaUeY riJudge VR L Durham Commouyrealth At r tontey 7 F M CampbeUjqierk 1tLG Leachmtl Master Commiss Joutr QUARTERLY COURT Iiiarttt1t Court is held on the third fcpndayih each month 4 l iiI4ttsey Tudge tf COUNTY COURT Coantjr Court meets on the fourth Mondayin eiClHtteLtth B 1 tritsey Judge WF Booker County Clerjr T S Maycs County AttqrneyiGeorge Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham Ik1tie Osborne 4 RH Mullican Dcputiez 4EdMasters 4 James F Moore County Surveyor 4 JVIRoyaltY Assessors T ROBryaB Deputy KobertNoe Treasurer QJ M Montgomery Corpaer sw Busb Sap of Common School P 0 Springfield t t I CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge JphaGfao3i Miwhil W F Grfgsby City Attorney 1 JUSTIC OUT Ii Justice Courts aft held in January IIAjriI July audOctober L i Church Directory Jr BAPTIST CHURCH Rev SJ Cannon Pastor Serv Aides eyeryfSunday at II am and 700 pomtSunday School at 9OQt Prayer 1MceUngon Wednesday night at 700 METHODIST CHURCH fRev L D Ward Pastor Services l r on the First andThmfSuudavs in each iubttth at 11 a m and 730 pin Sun day School every Sunday at 10 atn TErayer Ameetingt JeveryxWedncsday J Bight g V CATHOLIC CHURCH iRev PF Hennessay Pastor Ser J p vices every Sunday at 8 and ibVclock a ni Services at St Rose same hours i CHRISTIAN CHURCH jl fRev rellX Pastor Service X7jecbnd and tjfourlh Sunday is each P month ERESBYTBBIAN CHURCH r Rev T D Latimer Pastor t JPrcachInr every Sunday at 11 mm and At 7 pm Sunday school every Ji Sunday at 10 aim Prayer meeting every Thursday eveoinjrat oclock r C l Frattrnal Ordeas llAEpKic LOICE Springfield lOdge jjNo so meets second Mouday in each wnnth i Washington R 0 Chapter lib 57 4hllSlt 3 every third Monday SpriHirfield CouMcii1No 52 meeiv On rjrerv tourthMonday t XIGHTOf TXaMACAEESMeeftL i vuv tnt i lILVRIik 1 1I 41J Iry 1 1 I G I I bJiJl IJ HUuiul fotAll tqr Q J HajdOtt wiwiNi Hfi fiHfi tGNH ROUND Of TALK j am MM M nnMMnMftftftn Barnyard Wisdom k Sald the rooster inAhe barnyard To the rooster pithe vane Im a mighty knovrlng fellow C- At predIcting when Jt will rains For I cast inyfeye upon you Al1dobserve whkh wat3r ltliIows Then I rouse the farmers family With my most sagacious crow34 So to gain a reputation And td qiiaff of fortunes cup f You will find the plan a good one To have a friend thats higher up LifeIl 1 i PTER THEM They do say- AAthat the grand iury of the present session of cdurt is going after the faV breakers in a very Vigorous fashion and that the members of that body are all wi1e awake men and are conducting campaign against vice which if followed vp by strong prosecution thetrial court will certainly make it warm for many who have been guilty of small violations of tjie law Among other things thgrand jury iit is said has devoted a good deallof attention to the colored population of Springfield ndan effort will be made tor bring about amovement purification and reform among the Dark tOwn denisons A member of the grand jury who lives some distance iin the countryin speak ing of theinvestigatipn of gam bling and bther yicesamong the negroes said that he had no idea that such a vile State of affairs could exist in any town as Iad been brought to light as existing in a certain negro quarter almost within thecenter of Springfield It was shown that within a few yards of the best white famines of Springfield there are dens in ecir ngroesboldwhich all manner of unlawful cunduct iis indulged This state of affairs hUs for some time been a cause of complaint from the neighbors who will tic glad to hear tbat there will be applied to this nuisance a mpral fumiga ting process It is also intimated that the landlords with houses in the offensive district will be called to account LtiIFS 7 7LL GUILTS Speakfhg of Lthe Grand Jury ii has leaked out that in his charge at the opening of court to thatbody MrR L Durharn the new dom raonwealths Attorney exploded a bomb whiph for a time threat ened to render the right arm of the court unfit for servi e Mr Durham in his instructions dwelt with considerable force on the evil of violating the fish and game laws of the State and called particular attention to the practce of seining which he pointed out was as much a viula ion ofo statues as horse stealing or murder lIe told the grand jurorslhat it was their imperative duty under their uaths to investigate all charges of seining in the public streams of the iounty and in eVery cage where the evidence justified jto indict the offenders Now tiis statute against seining has be come of late years a deadlitter insofar as Washington county at least is concerned find the prac tipe has been indulgedin by high and low alijce much to the cost of the supply pf fish in the various streams Tnis state of affairs was due largely to the attitude that the retiring Commonwealths Attorney W H Sweeney has assumed towards the offetfse 01 seining He has always Y dis couraged any action being taker to prosecute seiners and has openly instructed the GrandI Jury to Overlook the offense andI not to indict should any such violations tie brought before them Attorney Durhams unexpected charge therefore came as a big surprise and very nearly causedI a panic in the jury room whet the matter was brought up for discussionl One member made bold to announce att the start that he had beed guilty of sein lug repeatedly andhfb belelvedI other members had indulged The discussion that followed de jvelopejl the fact that a majority pf the jury toad self convicted of the offense Finally a mem ber expressed the determination that if anyoa0 js to be indicted occxccc ocrcroLx Ic or Violating th4el law against seining that they begin first in the grand jury room and then all of the officersof the court and the county officials and then ztkein the attorneys at the local barItis said that Judge Pat tle sari Mr Booker Sheriff Croaka h obNoe and others are investi gatingi th Stat tof limitation wuh the Hope of being saved w sf + EfcfuiiE couKSEThe lee tfLA ture given at fhe Opera House last week which by the way was verywslimly attended on account ofiit having been insuffi cien tly advertised served to sug gest the iidea to several local lovers of such instructive amuse ments of a lecture coursefor Springfield The Springfield public of has been demonstrated enjoy a good llecture and a man ot good reputation as an enter tainer in that line will draw good houses if the fact of his coming be well advertised Severa en- priingyoung men of the town are talking oJ forming a club and will try to secure one or more lecturers of national repu tation Ito appear here at intervals between now and the summer The members who are interest ing themselves willl not go into matter with the ideja of profit but they simply want ti afford the people here who will appreciate a good thing the opportunity to hear some of the best men on the lecture platform and if the re ceips cover tt1e expenses they will be more thansatislied The movement is a wortJiy one and should be encouragedL it to j AYE IEEN THERE The dis jcussipn of the Panama canal which is attracting general attention just now has brought out the tact that at least two of Washington countys valued citizens arc in a position to know sQmething about it if having been on the scene Qrthe pro posed operations count for anything Hon M G Leachman and Mr Nick Kelly both enjoy the distinctiion of having crossed the isthmus years ago and each can tell of many incidents of his journey Mr L ichmrtn while not exactly a Forty Niner went to California sometime after the great gold discoveries and visited points of interest on the coast for sone timo and finally returned home by way of the isthmus taking steamer down the Pacilicicoast from San Fran cisco and crossing the isthmus by the rail av and reerabarlting again on ihe eastern side on a steamer hound for New York Mr Kelly also went to Calirornia ata some hateni1ipr date He crossed tlie plains sand after a sojourn pjf several years in the far West Returned via the Isth mus and Tew York Oountv Clerk WF Booker who isa special friend of Messrs L6ach man and Kelly has ihfeested himself and expects tppresent their Dam s tb Presi4ntEoose- velt for appointmenp on the Panama ctmal commission DbTOD Y The tmn4orninjjJ unction NeAer yut off till tomorrow what youjcan do today isnow genenilly presented in this form cDei it today That is the terse adv ce we want to give you about that hacking cough or de moralizinjg cold with which you have been strugglitgfor severalI days po haps weIrs Take some reliable ijemedy for it TODAY and let t Qt remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup which has been in Use for over thirtyfive years X few doses of it willi undoubtedly relieve your cough orcold and its continued use for a few days will cure you com pletely No matter howdeep seated your cough even if dreadI consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has done be fore in thousands of apparently r hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular 3sizedrugstore 5CUftE CALDWELLSN The Great Horiiei Owl The cruel and powerful great horned owl is a bird of the Eas tern states but its brothers the Western horned owl Arctic horned owlaod others are foundin the West and Norlh It has been known to kill a large tomcat in pitched battle and oi handjlthick pairs of leather gloves and deep into my Jiand I have seen one break the back of a squirrel at a single bite and only last JanuAry I learned of another which pcked up and carried a fullgrown struggling grouse over a hill for a distance o more than fifty yards before devouring tThe great horned owl nests very early in the year sometimes even in February utilizing the dEserted nest of a hawk crow or squirrel It lays two or three dggs whirh like the eggs of all other owls are wlitc1Woe toI the small boy who ventures to take these eggs or tthe dbvrny white nestlings which come out of them I have known aman to be nearly scalped by the parent birds while tryngto steal young horned owlscMarch Womans Home Companion f HaDDYJHealihy GhiIdfdll Any child can take Little Early Risers vitn pcrfectsafety They are harm less never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain In resats that 10 qast constitutions requiring drastic means are ever disappointed They cannot fait to perform their mission rvnd every one who uses DeWitts Little Early Risers prever them to all oth crs pills They cure billiousness Sold by C J Haydon Druggist New farm Paper The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder published at Lexington Tyis evidently going to fiill a position in Kentucky journalism which no other paper has even ever tried to fill It cover ery department of both live stockand general farm interests thoroughbred trotting horse saddle bdie cattle sheep gen eral farm interests Oldest Man Dead Mr James Culver known throughout this section as Un cle Jimmie died Tuesday morn jug at his home at Culvertown six miles from New liavetiaged 104 years Deceased was tfio oldest man in Nelson county and probably in Kentucky He had been twice married his last wife sur viving He leaves several broth ers and sisters all of whom are over 90 years old Every year he held a family reunion on the anniversary of his bithday which Cvas frequently attendee by over 200of his decendants The old man was hale and hearty until a few months ago when he began to IailStandard Tr3ied Averted Just in the nick of time our little bov was saved writes Mis fa Watkins of Pleasant Qity Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havcc with him and a terri ble cough set in besides Doctors tr atea him but be grew worse every dav At length w tried Dr Kings New Discovery fox Consumplton and qur darling was saved Hes now sound a dwell Everybody ought to know iits the only sure cure for Doughs Colds and till Lunn diseases Guaranteed by OJ Havdon Druggist Price 50c and oO Trial bottles Popular Couple Married The marriage of Miss Lucy S Crume and Mr John R Mclntire occprred yesterday at high noon at he hcme of the brides moth er Mrs Mary E Grujne at Bot land The bride is a beautiful and popular young llady of 19 years and iis widely connected in this and adjoining counties Mr Mclntire is a brother of Mrs S B Crume of Bloomfielij and is from Loretto He is apros- perousyoung farmer- Immediately after the cere mony the bridal pair left for Louisville and other points fo visit relatives They will maker their home with the brides mother ft Botland Standard If trpubled rUb wek digestion bdcnlnff Tor lour stomach Qse Ofaaxr berlains Stomach Liver Tablets aud you wIll Ret qnfck relief Pot fate by C J Haydon Druggist a AWIikNMMCRiS Ai Arrestf Recalls a TkillllH Ii cljeiftf Early Days of SptifkI The arrest on last countycourt day of a tall angdlar old fellow with gray hair but a keen tiler fire who attempted to start ia thelmemory of a number ofth older Inhabitants of the town a stirring r1J i herelIl days county court day was as now popular time for the farm ers of the cotinty to gather inI town some on business but the majority just out to see and to hear whit happened to be going on The crowd as a rule was orderly enough but occa sionally a few teclcless characters after being fired with ttowfc whiskey would cause some troulj l ble to the peace and dignity pfC the town ritlcularl out in the eastern end of the county who at about the time of which we write had been IJhaving some fun at the expense ofll frightening and endangering i the lives of the people of the ofrtJ gether and on horseback to signalize their departure froth town in the evening by doingD kind of wild Western cowboy act They would Hoe up at a point down about where the depot now stands and with wild whoops and yqllsand nring their revolvers would make aIl reckless dash through the streets and on out of town Tins lIttle play had been repeated several times until some of the citizens under the direction of the Town Marsha who it is said was Mr John T9 Graycroft at that time organized to put a stop to the wild career of those rough riders According onI t I the next court day the move ments of the gang werewatched and whenthey lined up as usual to make their grand rush the Marshal and his posse stationed themselves on a corner of Main street and prepared to intercept them if possible On came the reckless Horsemen well bunched and emitting their favorite war whoop but just as they were about to swing into Main street the officers made a rush for their horses heads Uncle Ben Wilsonwho kept the old Spring field Hotel was one of the first to make the rusn and he reached the bridle reign of the leading horse and succeeded in throwing the horse and rider all falling n a heap over Against the court house fence The other riders were also chekhed or pulled up of their PvvnaccPrd and began to show fight For u time it looked as if serious trouble vas on hand buttho presence of seveial determined citizens behind a few hot guns and pistois soon con vinced the law breakers they were up against a thatii proposition and they gave in Several of them were put in jail and fined heavily and their little game was permanently brokon up V It is probable that something touched a chord in the memory or the old follow who came to town on court day last week tha- Iawakened visions of those gooc I old days At any rate he gaveI an old time war hoop and tr led a few othor stunts in imi aUooof T gers We know what all good doctors think of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask your own doc tor and find out He will tell Cherry PectoralyOu liow it quiets the tickling throat heals the Inflamed Junes and controls the hardest of coughs Ayera Cherrr Peetonl to well taowa la 1tmfly We tblnk It Ii the best 4ICiS the wc4 far couhs au4 ceIMJ KTln 2xTzo PetIia Cal sc sc tLoe o uxco for jre1I flzticI Coughs i iq AjriP1s at bdttm w i that time in the past but he found that things are different nov HewastakenincKargeby the marshal and Weekly paid his fine and was allOwed to leave quietly for home He is said td be one of the few remaining gangfcWha had fud with the Spring yearsfcago t SPIRITSIGood spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is lthe liver and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could npt remedy a bad liver or the hundredandpne il effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in tine condition it you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful il your pursuits You can put your liverin fine condition by using Greens August Flpwer tegreatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite housenold remedy for over thirty live years August Flower wjll make your iver healthy anhlictivnand thusf insure you a liberal supply oftt good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75i At C J Haydons drugstore i IllflatarT hfluiitisi Curd William Shaker a brakeman of Den son Ohio was confined to bis bed forl several weeks t ilii inflammatory t rheumatism I usedmany remedied he says Finally I tent tb McCaws drug stor w for a o t1eof Chamber Iains Pain Balm at blch time I was unable to use hand or foot and iiypne weeks tune was able to go to work as Happy as a clam For sale by 03 Haydon Druggist In t mark d contrast to the great number of patent medicines carealls and secret preparations is Walthers Peptonized Poft J Thispreparation claims no5 magic virtures has no mysterious composi ion and does not presume upon the intelligence of the people by pretend ing to be a sovereign cure for t1eils to which the flesh Is Heir Walthes Peptonized Port comes asI A common sense tehc composed of two weltknown remediesport wine and pepsin about the effiC5cy of which there ia no question C J Haydon sells Walthecrf Peptonized P rttSmallsize 5b cents largecue floo Jeke 01 Tlic MaW MajorWhartpn the wellknown revenue man is grdatly in s ted in the war in the East and his sympathies are with Japan The major was wont to sit and listen to Hark Btaysv read the war news in the evening papers Fi nally Hark commencecio make news and with ijnchatged tone of voice would read hjs bo usI dispatches Every time he wouldl read about bne Japanae ship sinking four Russian vessels the majorwould swing his hat aroundl in ectacy and say hoo ray for the Trips But if Hark to change- the monotony would read one favorable to the Russians the major wouldbe ome very dejec ted and shaking his head sorrow fully would say I dpnfe like tbat much Finally Hark fead an account of a battfe between two ships off the coast of Japan and said that during tbe e gage ment the Mikado was standiug roft the deck of his jihip when a cannon ball struck him and car ned awayall pf one side of l- SIhend When the major heard this he jumped up and said The old ffoll he had no buff r ness there I am glad of iit why didVt he stay at home in his proper place who ever heard o f the like He snatched the paper from Hark and asked him Where he read that dispatch i Hrkanswerec1i on the ninth page and went to supper leav ing the major hunting for the bo gus telegram AbouttwO hours afterwards Hark returned andIl found the majpr still pouringf over the paper Which had but eight pages looking for the par licylars of the1 fight in hichthi Mikado was so unfortunate When informed that the paper had but eight pages and that there was no such telegram the majors wrath knew np boiind and he insists that Rank Hays isI fit timber fo President of tti Liars Club Nelson Record eAPOX jJ11fpMut1 WashingtonI Letter For more than twomonths pw EepublicansandDcraocratiliave been see sawing ip the Senate to secure some party advantage in the discussion of the Panama treaty and canalITh Democrats have charged the President and his administration whb wicked conspiracy atd intrigue ia giviDgbirth to the Panama republic and in securing the ratification df theEay Bufiau Vanilla treaty giving the Amen cans the right to build the isth mian canal Republicans have stood steadily and sturdily on the defenslie You do 111 Ididnt We havenWthis has bees the gist of the discussion The alreMIi sive attitude and poileyoi the Democrats have been robbed of 1 much of their significance at the close of the debate by the Yh lat tsurrenderthe Senate one b llof them voting for the treaty and ones half agains if It was ratifiedllbby a vote of 66to14 Senatd v amendment in the nature of an apology providing cotnpenutiunll or Colombia for the loss of ber teritpry Senators Bally Blackburn Carmacktj Gorman Tell 1andcInsisteda was iimpracticable that only a sea level canal there would be good for anything that even the look panal projected ld not be finished in a generation that it would cost indefinite millions and unnumbered lives and v Bnally if it were the best route the privilege of building it across t Colombian territory had beia ob tained by chicanery andrpfebcry d The president and Mr Bunau yarillaj the Frenchman who represents Panama were very I much elated at the annpunccT a ment of ratification and woMI was given out that scratching nil now begin at once It isS thought that preliminar arrange n mentssuch as methods of water a supply and measures for sanita tion can be cnipletedin a year The Supreme Court decided here tills week that a railroad passenger riding on a free pass who loses his life or limb on iCc count of carelessness prf the part of the company hs Waived his right to exact cpmpensation in i case of accident The Japanese minister here is about publishing a circular on orthoepy showing how to proI flounce the names most conspicu ous jin tile Eastern war Tki will be of the greatest utility to Iecturers The amnounce0ient that thp Russian general Pug has beea succeeded bjr TSetterals Lhiananoff Tserpivsk and Soronpfkamp and thatNgwang whl has organized a regiaient would seem to indicate that Shermans defiaitipnof watis correct How gracefully those Oriental tpngnes lead tbemselves to verse foriBstance The tidierl o1sznvar Writ Hone fr a Koktelagt Our flag floats av rPotchiBOkikmsk I We kave captured Joleaaera 1And Waldoakyinmakalara And Zcdenksrakarg6poheadaki4amsk14it Val dltsklIonzeulouk Today cere taking Bolg o It 1Mfkiak ThrosgkLth4cjavyo1- And tonhrrow weshall fiI I Home by way of B orodInMkr One might run an that wff for a good while If it jpere nol dr 4d Juljy monotohPus and if Sere iW91ea reservoir of ypwels tp draw on 3 Ohio will nave to have two new Senators in Place oMr Harms or one for two kera9 His present term Will not empire until March 6 1905 and aS recently elected for ilw xt termen inglarcb6J Ohio politics are quite cent aiprefteatadlt is poiebl that Governoc Heficli iMjjJbe iiVtij r iteleid fQft fil1ving the llong term to teralD- ickBBByiTiESr Thl P t and Mrs Rooeye1t platSfernleaf beech trees in tbe Siifcf bir il1rthd aiaflCOQditioth t I j ftiI cl1f iI j- t i fr I li + 1 1 t I f W441t A tJ f9 KENTUCKY cB 4 = FSaiJNSLj THEOLD 4r 4I5j t 1tPWEWSMIfi VIJM tS N9 SMfjnPP V 1 l 411 1L H4 T tltr tIWBir insulted 1biUj I4iIi4SWit NOw rtJltCle Jbikki 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keeikto tmiite or otberTis k M Mttl 1 to be I if niScant- JA pont oat from the Jac Ba tirf a Jagaaeee bowbtrd fI r 1IIIieaI f Port Arthur the Rteeeaii atPMfiioU1 The razor like MM y Hhin however lacks con 1M1i4 the two treat pos are erUemjlly wjtiti K and ejiWy jemnggooi a d reedy lkJHHly that PitArthur will hie attachei hy Ute Japafteee bfrtekiindesandMia tIe hatUc does open iit giree yerylHielil9l of being a ftJirriie stciurffle J L LflL1iIMc t I tW1SI4C11111r tkc populart t lihtfCi t art thiki c fJf fvttiar a pisbh IlK weighiM machiae t Mtqka4irsIztthesewko nee 1 aasbWb w4e4i they gain 1 awiiMtrywk y k 1 H Tbmikta1k IrmIt aUGet willkpv Tis witt aadibtedly etIscIIt341J tbe Iesb- I ieW Ir wkkk Wood i art IJK iMal ageat irif clMMMier aw1 for a fhyaieiau ifcisffttiwrta a Ute eciire JI Wi JIM KeweTtr hk U the r MMi Weed it Ciwpkctt are jialthtC Mi e iaps they are to r- emtKcajl if it 40C8 I atiaaek trwtMe aad in TX 444L1ga1gtop4Ib isr4icis el tJIeH who have azrfrab4l teak ihL1sd sub y c kttertf ft tt W fcafc tha rt W U9 has Ms oi 4tffeItk-ssLt Ii= uHIII a tbM fat W M A 4i irI hi ii lT Mver 7 tb bt it Ny wcuti JeJa- tt 1 il I bAL II i Ia- Pr JibdtoaIe wtt i poi ocMditeM Atifc KWM window tss aUt for cbooibouae church or re c ence AppljrtoH MGroody 1 v JHii Ni HHiHiHHHiI HHiIViHH Hilli News Ftll1 te CountyI IIiI AissI t1l iCellaty Ppl i f as Rrt iy er CrssdeRtii I N Tsa L Ar L Libey say on a fcjose i t eIJrpcLixIBertJe1 Gordon llefp last week ior LoeliviP e Leslie Furoe was In Louisr Iynle last we k J ft Claybrodke has returned I from a trip to Cincinnati and LovisvHle where he has been to pvrcbaee his spriog goods AL Litsey boiaght 50 barrels i of corn frbin Tames Patterson at 3perbirreiI 181lie Sweafey pent Sat vrday Jiight and Sunday withi the Miseee Liteey Mr A LLjtseysld Miss Annie liogsdoa aitepded the fil- veral of her grind mother at 84 ROM Mopday Robert Young jsold lBhoats to Thopas Simmi Of Spring fieI for 35- Miseeft Mattie Bgley and Eth tlROrlJaad Mr Robert Mayes ofF wkkattendeii the Literary S citybere Friday night A L Litsey sold to CB Pope a Int mare for 115Q Rev J D Ward filled his reg ular appointment here Sunday night Jacob Peterson sold tt the ContinenUl his crop of tobaccd 9 000 lbs at9 ota per lb It is the highest price received for to bacco in this vicinity this year P G W Peterson sold to the Conliaental40000 lbs of tobacco at 9c per pound V W P Kimberliii bought from Jacob Cocanoghpr JrB26acres oflaiid t15 per acre Canary Silas I39ga Jon bought of G W Robiosoa a horse for 100 B C Canary iiid John Reed were in Lebanon Satarday on busineM Miss Lena Barker is visiting tile family of R C Canary this week Mrs Dick Shewmaker visited her sister Miss Rosa Anderson Sunday Nisi Myrfc Logsdon of Fen wick visited her pousins Misses Sue and Ada iqiwick last week Mifs Margaret Litsey visited i tfi sister Mrs Tom Hundley in Marion county last week Little iffflma Lois daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Hiatt died at tbhdhome of Abe Canary Sunday fri bronchial poeumonia In terment at MackvHle cemetery Mr and Mrs Jim Elvin An dersoa visaed the family of R LanhamSuniy Richard Lunkfprd visited the home of R C Canary Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Barker vsited the family of J D Bark Sunday Mr Sam Goodlett and Miss Margaret Yaste visited the fain ily of Brack Yasie Sunday G W Fenwick had a nice cow to die cne day Jast week Ben Haydon and R C Cana ry bought a lot of corQ from Mr Keghtl ya taper barrel Miss Kiz tie Harmoii of Leba non ii yUiiiUg her brotheFS Will aod John Harmon at this place a INDIGESTIONI I WM tn lte witt usa B1ICDriag roo4Jthsdoctora XSMISPkKLD Thcdds BlackDrangat in actwacured even chronic cues of willtakeThedfordtoiiallyyo will keep ypur stomach and liver ia per fiwteeadltioa THEDFMO5 UQDRAUGTMore icaUJed11HItitioatUn 8YuBtackDraoffct mot only re 1Mo CGMtiatioablit cures iiMT1 acititeryaai bw lbow ils rhar A54ki15t BlackIvaMI JHW U Mftthte the beweh lJar yir MR- S7ryLC A JfQ Jt1XT Siea4r tt con5TrPAT T t J FENWICK ilrS O Blgley a diil7 iB Fenwickarequitesickwith the measles Missi Myrtle Logsdon returned home Sunday after a long visit to her cousin Susie Fenwick at Canary Lldrs Thomas Kelley is no bet ter at this writing Misses Mattie Begley and Eth el Rogers returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit to Mrs S tUie Kimberlin Little Annie Shewmaker is on the sick list Mrs Ella Montgomery and IVirVTheo Fehwickj of Springfield were at this place Sunday last Mr ThaJ Anderson bought a horse from Mr Frank Anderson last week Mr and Mrs Will Naliy were in Mackville last Sunday Theo Fenwick bought a nice mare from J B Fenwick for 100 He also bongh i a new buggy WHIisbura rBorn to the wife of W R Sim the 23d a ten pound girl Lyr neite May W SG1bbs is very ill with thegrip at this writing Turner Calvin hSs the typhoid fever at his home near Brooks vile t Mr Richard Pinkston of Ta fham and Miss Cora Trent of Kirkland passed through our town Sunday eofonte to Spring field Miss Loula Earl Merritt is visiting her sister Mrs A VM Shields at Chaplin this week Mit Leachirian of Hillsboro was in our town Snnday last Mr T J Miller and wife and Charles Mcllvoy and wife at tended the funeral oZ Mrs Sara jbgsdonat Springfield Monday MissLoula Trent of Kirkland spent Jast week with relatives atthis place Miss Belle Birch js in Louisville this week Mrs Mollie Blahton of Boston was caUeq to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Ed Birch who hasbeen seriously ill Rev J A Sims will preach at Glenns Creek Sunday morning Iat IlMrs Mag Blackerby who has been quite sick for several weeks is somo better at this writing Mrs J L Williams and daughter Miss Fanny and little Mary Francis Mcllvoy of Polin spent last Thursday with John Mcll voy MOOR S7ILLE I Born February 27 to the wife of Wm Man a 1J pound boy Death has again invaded our neighborhood and taken there fcdjm ia most estimabla woman Mijs Susan Ann Goatley She utT red a complication of dis eases She was 50 yeara of age and died on tbe29th of February 1904 She lleaves two daughters and two sons besides a boat of other relatives and friends lo mourn her death Interment at EtJRose Peace to berremains J tMi Henry Boblctt of Illinois wa here to attend ihe funeral of his sister virs no tleyr We receivMa sample of Black Ben Davis from Stark Bros nursery that we think cannot be beaten Mr H Cgffut and family have removed too isvilleIJetson Lyddan ba removed to the Hain Shewmaker farm ownI ed by tf C Offutt Farmers are preparing to Putout large crops of corn oats and tobacco in this vicinity Mrs Etia Woford of Chaplin attended the funeral of Mrs sie Gqa tley UI JAmes Royalty has two bhna- leu yiry ill with pne mona I Jenaonfon Golie Key sold to Mack Wil bolt horse for 85 orf90 Jake Cocanougher sold to Wes Kimberlin his farm OH Long Run contiihing 137 acre for 1965 Big John Elliott of this place gave a nice peach sapper to the young folks rj JThi farmer ortfeM cpmmunitY Vf owlBg sees and tobacco bed Wt HHaarmon who has beta sick for severall days is better atj this wr Ming Mrs J W Crain of Brttmfeld was visiting her brother W H Harmon llast week Cocanong her Jb Matherly havt their shop ready Jor business We wish them much luck iia tlieirwdrk Pleasanti GIovej The good people of Pleasant Grove are very thankful tQ the space1whichEveryS Thursday is very anxiously looked forward to on account of this most pleasant visitor the NEWSLEADER Miss Emma Adams has been visiting friends and relatives in this community for the past two aoeks Mr John Taylor has recently purchased the handsome rest dence of Mr and Mrs J I Martin and with his family ex pects to make the Grove his future home Miss Addie Toxof Mackvillt iis attending school here and making her home with Mr and Mrs J r Martin Miss Graham VanArsdale one ofthe Groves most attractive young ladies was a pleasant guest at the home of Mr Jessie Williams near Maple Hit las Sunday We are glad to report Master Mil Leachman w1o was accidentally shotsome three weeks ago a great deal better We hope to see little Mitout soon Mies Lizzie Mao- Gregory is tt home again after a short visit ic Bardstown Mr Mike Fitzgerald of Fred rickstown who hastaen in bad health for quite aw Kile is at the homo of his motlier here for a short timeIMr and Mrs John Taylor gave the young folks a party last Friday evening All report a most pleasant time Those present were Misses Graham and Davis Vanarsdall Mabel and Eizabeth Thpnapson Veola Browne and Elmer Leachman Messrs Dun can Leachman Watben SiiuSs Harry Reed N P Thompsuiv Jr Steve Thompson and Eras tusTrent Harvo Barnett and wife of Kirkland are vising Mr J W Walls and wife of this place It is not surprisins for the peo pIe to know that Rodman Will iams the energetic and arabi tious young doctor who has re cently located at Litsey is being crowned with success in the practice of hi3 profession- Mr Wa hell Simm of Spring field was in oui midst Sunday afternoon There seems to be a great attraction ia the Grove for this gallant young soldier Cartwrlihts Crk Bert Smith and wife were visiting JR Smith and family last Sunday Mary Belle find Jessie Carrico visited their brother at St Ma rys last week Mrs Ben Smith is on the sick list at tbiswi lung Born ifo the wife of Albert Smith onFeb 28th a girl The new father is all smjes Mss Alice Blandfprd returned home last week after an exttnd ed visit to her sister Mrs Ma non Warnn of Daviess count We are glad to see Alice back again Mrs Smithjand Mary E Clr1 rio and Inte Frankyuwere vis iting Geprce Smith and Monday familyI Pat Hamilt m began b new house list week Johnie Medley wife and child Ian were visiting at Tom Med leysl Saturday and Sunday Robert Wheatley our painter tbegan painting TonX Medleys new house this week Mrs Tom Simmswho has ben very ill fur the past Week is some better r jShnief McLaine and wife were Visiting Mrs Minnie Iattingly Saturdayaiid Sunday ne Lii Vitci Hazel The name Witch Hazel is miteh abus ed E C peWitt ic Co Chicago are 9ft11entiae ce11tatelIIare nHU JrhUetlM1ce BUellSalcRis certain Sold by q J Haydofl Proverbs ft When the butter Won comeputa penny in the churnis an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not weIsay give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it simplyIa milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren naturallybecausei and the remedy takes justb as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak arid pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment sample free Be tart that this picture in tUc fonri of a label on thi wrapper of every bottle ot Emulilon youbuy 5COTTN BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y jet ad aUdroggUta FAT ON A FOWL It Is Net Sa Goo- Hevxekecpera a ThIng aa 5oe Think When I see men or vomeu looking for nothing but fat on a fowl said a lUnrket lau I dont envy them their dinner frliere Is n layer of fat under neath the skin when poultry Is unduly fattened and in the cooking this overheated fat saturates the meatntid deli cate stomachs have a hard tussle This Is why lOb of people cant eat ducks and geese at till These ovcrfattcned fawls are in reality more expensive and less tasily digested there being much less lean meat in proportion to the tnt Most of my customers are now willing to pay what a good turkey Is worth understanding tile difference What Is the difference Why there are a few rules that must be observed For at least six days before killing barnyard fowls must be cooped not huddled have a good clean space and be well fed on corn for at least five days Then for tweity four hours before killing they should be fed on skimmed milk or soft boiled rice The night before the killing the turkey pit IjaVe plenty of water but no footj whjch leaves the crop empty the intestines clean the dark meat quite light and gives a flavor as different as possible from the offensive flavor that Is likely to Iimpregnate the common fowl killed In the common kvay The flesh of all animals is flavored by their food This accounts for thIS delicious flavor of the canvasback aiild redhead ducks Both eat ot the wild celery at the waters edge the former taking the roots the latter the tops Philadel phia Record jLABRADOR It I a Plctureuqne CoHntry With MaRT Great WClfaila Labrador externally Is forbidding and discouraging She is not nil moss covered rock Ijowevcr From n scenic point ot view she line something to offtfr that will interest the world Un fortunately it is possible to reach the country by water during only four months ot the year Dog sledges and snowshoes are the medium of travel the remainder of the yean There are no roatbV The interior of Labrador line bern found to be tableland about 1500 feet nlKtvc sea level the foothills of which reach down fo the Atlantic coast Piercing these foothills at interval along the 700 miles of coast line are deep inlets some of which resemble Norwegian fiords Of these perhaps the most picturesque is Nachrach bay 1100 miles north of St Johns It Is ja mile or more wide and twenty miles long Great shouldering cliffs more tutu 1500 red high jut out into the water on either side glistening cMI etudes tumble over their sides and ins tifying sea caverns lure one to explore them Fifteen miles from the mouth a iIc waterfall of tremendous height Its altitude line been variously estimated at from 4QO to feet Tumbling oveiI the edge of the cliff in n takes this great leap and then dashes along on its foamy way down several hundred feet until it drops into the bay This is by no means the largest waterfall in the country New York Tribune a The CABIO mild Camels in Somallland tire kept groat herds sometimes numbering InI OuO Such numbers Involve wide for grazing and consequent distances froin the few places where water may be found The ponies used by the So uinll can also wattage without drink for three or our days and when employed for herding have like their muster only camels milk to quench their thirst These big herds offer of course a tremendous tciuptntlbm to the raider as many as 10000 camels being tpl en at a time and the excitement ot driv ing oft such a haul at full gallop t9rIforty or fifty niles with the exasperat cd owner possibly hard In pursuit and thCehultest of the raider finding dtvn camp has fallen a prey to hlsI oilier tribal diversion appeals ibly lo the pxcltablo Somali t Oppbsltloa irabittors the enthusiast lit never waverts bin Schiller = i IC AII Id l1h Be Y AInJs1I t HarsthInatir or youthe f f 1 IJ c Sole Agerfts for Old Hickory and Studebaker l Headquarters BUsheItd aOarlOad i j iWagosI or MCCIUR L I WftS J f J i it DEALERS IN il 1 s Buggle implements Grain alldFio1dSedU1 ZJ 4 J We I andle Buggies Surreys Carts oftill grades t6iitti 4 I the purchaser Agents for tim Syracuse Hillside Plow S and examine our extensive line ol H ness Collars I 2 Work Gear Buggy Robes and Horsea Blnnkfcts c f I SEED pATS Cash Piid for BIDES and FURS POtASH MINES They Ire All Iii Pra ais and Sapplr the Entire lurid TIio potash which s dug from the ojral Prussian mines oeatod at Strass Curt ninety miles fri w Berlin Is the sole source of the woi lds supply Before the mines wer discovered the Ucst substitute which could be found for the product was v qodasb sich as be outhern plnntat oiu used In the ld days for maklnfi lIje foap ThC Prussian mUles are in number and were de oted to tbe pro duction of salt beto e rock salt was llscovcrcd When the new variety of salt was jlvcn lo the world tb Prussian mines were temporarily abt ned andlu a few years a search or rock salt was instituted The salt was found but In a badly adulterated condition and m analysis of tbe atlultcrant revcalckl the fact thatll was the most valuable part of the minerall The potash was at once turned to u e as commercial fertilizer The mines are cant oiled by a syndicate They employ 21000 men ntillS yield 1200 car londsa day of potash Of the entire output 75 per cent Is med for agrlpultunl purposes while the remainder Is us ed for chemical Ptirposcs It Is lari ly utilized In the yanlde process of extracting gold from the oreLouIsi tIle CourierJour nal 63 V Jr1tLITARY TORIES A Soldier Who WHI Paalabea and a jFroritj J general holding a high command made Ills appearance suddenly at the bar racks of an Infantry regiment which In obedience to his orders Vras prompt ly drawn up In the tard Then be ex plained the reason a brief address lie said that as he was walking in the town attired In mufti on the pre vious day a JJ ni belonging to the corps who was tbel worse for liquor accosted blat rudely and asked him to stand him a drink jLet him step out of the ranks he concluded immedi ately n bugler emerged and saluting sadJlt Is I mop general The Incident Is Characteristic and apropos of It we are reminded of such an adventure which befell a certain French marslia j A grenadier who was exasperated at some injustice that had been done him pointed his pistol at the rnarshaj And pulled the trigger but it did not go off Wttltout moving a muscle the veteran cried Four days liCthe coUs for keeping your arms In a bad statrpThe buglers jbqnesty can scarcely have failed to be an extenuation of hits offense Intthe eyes of the general THE WORD HUSSAR lt t llnnararlan aad Orlittaall Melt a Freebooter l Hussjsr isa nungarlan word pica Ing originally a freebooter or tree lan These men strong active hard c customcd to capture and tame herds wild horses wire brought Into m tary service Dy Cofvfuus the boy ki in 1442 andl ecame the finest body light cavalry In the world The si gested derivation from the Mngya hurst twcntynnd ar pay one lion maw raised by twenty families only a fanciful one The name sprei Into all arilcK and hussars dt all n lions are distinguished by uniforms brilliant colors and elaborate or mcnt Twc characteristics hre the J nail and the busby with US SCP cloth attachment a survival of i narrow Magyar bag which fell o the left shoulder as a protection again sword cuts The word dragoon Was first ustnl of reglnicnt of mounted infantry so call ed tom the dragons or short mtlsketa wblcl thcmuIre and at one time was depicted on their standard Talutcr and Tarerit Keeper Marlotto Albertlhelll who lived la the fourteenth century was a painter who spent much limo In cndeavorjjg to produce certain nUxtures hi oil lie was rot very successful cud objcdc so muci to iLc crltlcisu he received that he gave up painting and tcpt a tavern but lila name as a painter still lives while his tavern keeping record has oassed away o1sscaujpuellonla One ot the titost retnsirkablecaM cf a cold deepseated on the lungs oisJ ing pneumonia Is that Mrs perttcdt r E Fehn6r Marion Ind who ware tirtly cured by the use of One Wattle Cough Cure SHe ays the coujh 1g and training Bo weakened sic- that I rab down in weight from HS to 2 pounda I tried a dumber of rae o ie to no avail until I used One Mia ute Cough Cur rour WUMa of this wonderful rejiiedy cifte4 we entirely of- he cough trenihcMd lay l1u1Ka aiMl eestored me ti1fI1 normaj weightt health afod strength SoW tyt C J Haydont j E oran FRMSllFPL1E8 I r SPRINGFIELD ItPhone No 2Q 5 Q k f AxKRtcAX AoniccLTumsT the great rnral Journal East tandSouthls tho beat and mug practical Ita kina Faa 60 YEARS tliatbeen throne ceeptedAutho ttyouaerlculturc siUl maintains lu saprftmacrM the did reliable all thatpeAalnsto farm practice and thought lithe most welcoinepabUeatloa to yroRMdra farmers the Middle States and the THE lXUICAltAlnUCULT17RtBTI1art It due the Talle Its genSri anil pedal editorial featurei and potter Of lou weight the absolate relUblllty Its readth and ftdTertlsemwt lOOK AND are F4 tjtM with the fEiuCA Aani for ThIs gest work tyI4I of ProBteaa and Events In the Whole WorleLA Itwkct Complete AhuaM Tnattrrpt SUtkUni Stme Vwfon Ercrj Subject of flmelr Interest PtTUiita lfri lB4utr7CMuicKermUl JLMn w ai1d It also ALOne Cria w WeafMrbIniII aha for SaiS XatS etc far ictiuU foremonth SAMPLE irtav rUtwlllbonianed IIVT HUQB J1N- eMPUtII neeIIT tlj k i t r of of It It in to no Is of ii t A U a A A to r lr an at tI o r 1 of lri and 50 1 dltagetoali- ther LghN ArncrJcaiilndkUf TUpTarrangement We sIl from irLr a Call twentyseven Toraaao Pise Enrols jhilled PloisJ tTHEJEWS4JADER f I GRICULTURFSt PRESTIGE ALMAwA1b CiaT7ZI8TYxAflPOOZandALMArAC Quanfity Almanac I EVEIYFARUER ReII JJaJ ThIPIeW HOiICUtWrS PoiiiyYMsunasy Fsi1CMtturAiy IHowtIstyy HowtsciN EYaYwiME BrnOKUR3T7I5 a RsM1 CrTIM 1v Marrid1 Our SPECIAL 1 I1001AmericanAgi YearBook OurPrioePrAlii35 L I ErtjKakesregulatesthe J 1crymg awarI 1i 7DhlR Offer dt5 1 I= lIIt1tedacel ric Wh z I BF IIHIfJfe sod book IrW stress THE MEfKOtyt XTROlTMIC1t FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS ttfggSRS For ssde byC JHaycoPb- atmacistRreOpp1rnifie FOR Capitalists Investors lloineekrISla1t Ui tb rIoi IR41l tdMOVNT4JN4J ROUTE Great Southwest Syatejin rJMissouri Kansas Arluwsjis Indlao Loulsianaand YsxTerritory Through Pu11msi Sipis and Rsdliith air tltlJJpausbEi be first smd iM TuiiDcrlp4i1MML JMpI foWws oi NIItICC nc fIZNB L A11WL loh pig4jill TroMt LOUSVfULi X5sacw War Among the natives Austifiiltjt notched anl carved sticks ttstdrrmeeeagcs Fqr Instance Jitcce Wood cnrrId froei one Yltk1tr llght natl ctire4 eftt poa a messuso Jiutt aesa ThCr t h4 Fetch spears tiad booaMsraiiS1 The iwtfa utMltcl belts from time iitffcefiftorial like puttogea the differ cOlored fcOii txmveyca We iifniflcatldn desired J v n C at in Any ti it t I 1 Oilier L ijg ANB South FlEEYW tn iaddresslhg rJ it 1 iarr4 =raoix LIM tscic Dhhy Entnm Jr and t it i UCIIfIIIt lFe 0d L tee i r FLOYD SO i I L r l ii I l c I i 13 J 1 J J d of Plrct II t + Ft cr Iz ttCj p I rA J f v T 0 I i j4 ja et jlsf are a of u ihtt It Is of r L rowri iHpum oi of nt ti k a v Ii m a will t t P 1 tI J Jk I t 1 rj- t ir J fI IiditY tMieies I setopted ctor fkI ihew lie proiosed o ms 1i1iJc17 tIrnsornu isi oi CtlO ivor g y Mis ziboitt tbaEtDooiIosi Thticdpt i khIThe eiest U to pit 1J wttb lame lftflf to lt tlheip think hwy ri tlrlrJgU th1hIl fJQ1J j 4 r r irJM BURTON faaMMMt DKNTWT a TEETHEXTRACT- ED1tThOUTI PAJM 4 l Btoek f atein SPRINOP1KLD nJ Pintal Work Strictly JIlintCf OR J H LAMPTON I- J OfPIOl jijljl IaOMrllot DR1SIO3IJ ai soiLp KY FIcE DrRtWart I for oftcM our Peapltt Bepocit BMk Otto6bo r IStoSpM J JIe- J rfWFGRlGSBYt TORNEYAP LAW l l T P43- PRUenwLD XY I riHIlTfil i it SPRINGFIELD KY OAc eta Peoples Bank Building t Residence i3 t eponesfOIc9S k4 2 iJOKN Y1 MAYES FU IHttL KTflBR AND EM8AMR- TELEPHONE Dr19MIHT74 I19IIGnEUI IT- 9 tf DOINQ ONES BEST t li lm a GIiHHlCkanuter Fenalaa Halt Iftia Caltlvate TIs habit of always doing ones best entrsInto the very marrow oCones heart and character It affects ones betiring ones self possession The t4 mai who does everything toa finish has a feeling of Fcreniry He Is not caBJily tthjrbwil off his balance He has noUiing to fear and he can took the wpild In the face because he feels con scions that he has JtQt put shoddy into antthlugj that le his had nothing to llo with shams and that he has al ways done hi level beit The sense of efficiency of being master of ones craft of being equal to any emergency the consciousness of posseas1ngtheabiI neeunnee ne er knows S When a man feels throbbing within iilji the power to do what he under takes as well as It can possibly be done and all his faculties say Amen tow at be iIs doing and give their unqual ified approval1 to his efforts this is happiness this is fueeess This buoy an sense of power spurs the faculties to their fullest development It un fol s the mental the moral and the physical forces and this very growth tit consciousness of an expanding men tal ty and ot n broadening horizon 1ghsan added satisfaction beyood the plower of words to describe it Is re linitlon of nobility the divinity of the mIndS cccss t A CreeVeC Sylre The most curious spire In England Is at Chesterfield the leaning tower of Pisa not being more interesting to s1gtsers than the queer kink In a re spectable church whichl tradlUon says was caused by the devil kicking out as th passed the spire The devil had just r1ia1Ills hoofs shod bya local black sir fob and his pain was so intense the ed fire wa shaken out of shape An otJjlerip WIt4 legend says the spire wiis bowing ton lovely and virtuous brtle Many noted persons have In 4yeirsgone vteited Howsley and quaint P4acock lint and thence traveled to Chesterfield to gaze on this freak of r tnretoNlntucil causes are supposed to hare bent the spire rather than an Irritable devil whose hoofs were not hjod to please hinu j IiglthllHjc Color Blla4ae One can sometimes Imitate the ef yiftcts of iColor blindness through over fi tlgue of the tye Thus Mr Brett 1 le EnglIsh painter told the member JJ Royal Astronomical society that 0606the aj scarlet geranium 4fter at It for a quarter of an hour the SHlst will not know that it Is ik all but wilt go on painting if It were black or colorless t i1let he explained Is a very Irritant JifI the retina and he added that vyou can took at green antll all Is j Early Risers It IErAMjITTLtPILLL 1po tulck reHf Krom HMMMMM ta i HUMTorpIci tlvr Jm Nuisss and all tfCHIWN ad- WfraaInaetiv JIM P VMta Lttte Early HMK w fyaartit It i owtaotUa tit IMT act M a fiMHataW itfKlM 0lfcartfcvTlMgr 1s 7 sbs a AuIIitTr hannkm laey toaie te Kv rARBOOIILt B C DWttCoCklsdo r T t 1 1i J HHfiiiifiWHHHfiHWW fLtcal Happenlns or Interest Ii The Frhtst and Lteati AI1AtYuIT FHuidsr t aAIhitacssr Fr sh every Prfety t lA ISoaders Country produce want d HaganBrcs Stt our nice brown sugar 23 pounds for 11at the Racket Puj us a visit J The visit will Jpiyjou Hagaa Bros FOR SxLEAjIice lot of baled tiinothybay J F PETTUS rFor fresh groceries phone 31 Hagan Bros Fon SALE Sow and eight pigs three weeks old a Di Miller Get our prices on granite ware before buying Hagan Bros Three piece bed room suit- sncffor 16 at the Racket f PbHauIJo r orders We deliver oods Hag n Bros Havejpji seen the bargains on the 5 and c counter at Hagan Bro tSted Potatoes and Garden S22ds of all kindsat Irvine Mc Elroys grobery j v iLeave your order for Carpets with W E tLeachmari No chug sIormjnt Fine California Apricots at T i Irvine McEiroys for 10 cents per pcund worth 15 cons When inneed of an Auctioneer dont forget that you will find S M Campbells o1Iceatthe Rack- elLOSTk1d steer calf Re ward foeUs return to 1LUrHERBU1NS onorttdgett our prices- O Seen Potatoes They will be io Friday at Campbells Racket y Go to Leachuians Furniture Store and select your Carpets made to fit ybur rOQm no trou ble no cost Ll FOR SALEA surrey mi first clss condition Enquire DRM W HiATT Sprin field Ky See Lum Abell before baying IWanamakerPhiladelphia merchant tail rs- Guaranteefit Guarantee wear FOR SALE A black Jack 5 years old sired by Dr McChord He by Governor Woodfdam by Peters Bl ck Hawk J W KELLY Iwis this for a good offer The EWSLEADER and the Datyy Louisville Herald for one t i year and a good mail box all fpr 350 Open tor a limited time ApplY at the NEWS LEADER MrM3 G Thomas has retarn ed from Louisville and other points where he purchased aI jgenalj iri a fow days FORSALEt have forsale a number ore good Jack Six years old and has flrovento bal good sire WiltdsO sell a good bay Dar Six years old gentle and in foall to jack TAYLOR SPALDING There will bao protracted meeting ld it the Methodist church this place beginning the thirl Sunda in tins month Rev Ward will be assited in the meeiingby Rev Maxw elle pf Chaplin and Mr pran rills Lyon will conduct the singing Rt Rev G W Clinton A M p 1D Bishop of the colored Methodist church ol this diocese preached at Johnsons ChapelI Tuesday evening March 1 The Bishop is one of tho great leader of his race and is nn able and eloquent divine Quite a number of white citizens of tho town were present to harhiin- A I Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor was organ ixcd on rut Sundav evening at the Presbyterian church and the following officers were elected Prof George Colvin President Wallace Duncan Vicepresident Mix Kate Mayes Secretary iliac Annie Latlmer Treasurer The society will meet every Sab bath at tb lecture room of the Pretbfterian Church at a quarter to MYH oclock and all young people of the Jhtirch arejnvited io attend and to join if they will tfr JR Durrett the wen TOPIC8 iI g 1 known insurance agent of Bloom field was in town last week and paid the NEWSLEADER office a pleasant call Mr Durretfe wrote the largest part of the insurance on the buildings of St Catherine which were recently destroyed by fire The toai amount of the loss on the policies written by Mr Durretts agency1 on St St Catherines fire was 58140 24 all of which has been fully pa id Mr Durrett had placed most of this business with the Home In iv surance Co Messrs McElroy Schultz andhaldwarede whereabouts of a certain red headed tinner by the name of Charles Chilson who worked for them for two weeks recently but who mysteriously and sud denly disappeared after being paid his wages on last Saturday night The disappearance of the man Messrs McElroy Schultzsay would not have been a matter of much moment as they have had similar experiences With itinerant workmen before Thetrouble is Mr Chtlson did net leave alone Simultaneus ly with histgbiog there also dIS- appeared abQut 10 worh of tools belonging tothe firmMr McElroy of tfce firm says that an effort will be made to catch the gentleman that other confiding employers may not not be vic timized The suit to set aside the elec tion of Nimrod Heudren ast Jus tice of the Peace in the Magisterial district composed of Willis burg and North voting precincts which was brought by it D Riley the Democratic candidate is being heard by Judge Patte son tthwe go to press The depositions of a large number of witnesses are being read The returns gave Hendren the Rec publican candidate 26 majority in the vote attne Willisburg polls which elected him as his opponent Riley only carriedtthe other precindfl North by fie votes The plaintiff in this action seeks to have the entire vote at Willisburg decIaredille garon the grounds that the rolls remained open and yotes were cast after 4 oclock prn the legal hour for closing The de fense claims that the del iy in closing the polls had no effect on the result and that the number of votes east did not amount to enough 10Q1akea change in the final outcome Judge Patte son will hear arguments and give his decisIon tday Not Guilty A verdict of riotguilty wasre turned last Batchday evening by a iiiry in the Circuit Court in the case of the Commonwealth against Leslie Shewmaker for the murder of George Shew maker The jiarliculars of the affair which occurred nearly two years ago are familiar to the readers of the NEWS LEADER Georg Shewmaker was shot and killed ono Sunday afternoon Leslie Shewmaker in a diffij 1bjl Y which recurred at Hilts wasIj merits of the case have occurred rom the various crurts The testimony as brought out at this final trial was not so damaging tbhedefendant as pn the former trial and the jury after dehberi tins abo t ODe hour decided that a case of self delouse had been made out and a verdict of ac quittal was returned The at tornevs on each side worked hard in this case and Ih arguments were listened toby a large crowd C WtMcChord conducted the defense while the Commonwealth was looked after by Messrs R L Durham the Commonwealths AttorneyTt Scott May es as County Attorney and Sylvester Russell of Leba nou All of the attorneys spoke in the case and the arguments consumed two days Nice Homes for Sale If you contemplate moving to town togo into business or to educate your children call on us We have some nice town andi suburban properly fort sale and can suit you Prices reasonable SEARCY NEIKmK Phone 121 V te Eariy Risers fIIttIe p11k f ECONOMY fEXTRAVAGANCE c On the word of one of the wisest Philosophefrs of the age you may set it down as truth that a man can aII afford the most economical extravagances than the xtravagant of economies r Its Extravagant Economy to wear your old Glasses if they are not exactly suited to youWe can show you whether they are and it wont cot you anything to know I CF RUSSELL JMaini St Springfield Ky HXUX HRD DENTISTOFFIOEflIuLT Bwuni Permanently located SPBINFIEtD ICY FEFZQONAL Mrs S J Smock was Lebanon last week Miss Lizzie Lea hman is visit iing friends insLebanoa- Capt WH Sweeny was er from Lebanon esterday y Col John I McElruy is out again after a severe attack of the grip Mrs John W Lewis is in Leb anon with her mother who has been quite ill iMr3nd Mrs EvMa Kodgersof Lebanon are at the Fred Hagan home this week Miss Bettie Irvine will go to Louisville tomorrow to attend thR Patti concert Miss Hadgie Browne returned last week from a visit to Mr and Mrs Arthur Vance at Cleveland Ohio Mrs RoBards qf Henderaon yille N 0 is here on avisit to the home of her son Dr J B RoBards Mrs C D Robertson enter tamed the Walnut Street Flinch Club ajt her home on Thursday evening in most delightful manner Dr Sidney Green Jr of Pineville is expected home the latter part of this week His health Is not good and he will rest up at home until he is better Miss Euphemia WelisAretUrn ed to ler home in Louisville last Tuesday accompanied by Mrd T D WelJs and little daughter who will make a short yistiu the citylDr J H Lampton and family have movei from Mrs Mary IhomeI Mrs Graham of Indianaplis has come to mike her home with her mother Mrs Thompson Messis M L aVd John L Searcy and W K Marks left last week for Mississippi with a view of investing Messrs S arey went to llook at a certain large plantation and Mr Marks is on the lookout fir timber lands 65c Only 65c Will buy you an allwool iu grain Carpet made to fit your room at LeachmanpFurniture Store ThoSeasousGroat Offer You want the most reliable reading matter obtainable during this Presidential year The Louisvillh Herald and the NEWS Leader meet your requirments YOU can secure The Loiiisville Herald Daily Edition for pne year three hundred and thirteen issues and the NEWSLEADER for 250 The Heralds reputation for fair and unprejudiced political news is well known Those who are Republicans and Democrats and those who are neither can be sure to obtain train its qol poJitiGalstated above is the best proposi tion ever made to he people of this community It Is the low est price ever asked for a meV ropolitan newspaper In conbina tion with dur own During the year 1904 you will want to keep posted to the minute on political happenings and you cn well afford to pay the price asked for this information This offer is made but for a limited time It may be with drawn without notice Here is certainly a bargain Take ad vantage it Subscribe now Send mon y tothe NEWSLEAD ER Springfield GREAT FIRES TN TMEU S Thefollowing list l datiokl nagaltude5OOOOOOorcountry sinceyear 1835 1 18Js530yul1dingsSI5OOOOOOC 00Q00New6000000Pittsburg10000000San5OOOJCooSacramento1000009CharlestonI 7000000Portland10000000ChicagoOOOBORtonOOOOOSeattlegener l Spokane Wash Aug 4 1899 general L ZI 5000000 Lynn Mass Nov 26 1899 factories etc 5000000 Milwaukee Wis Oct 28 1892230 buildings 5000000 ftHoboken N J June 30 1900 vessels and docks 5000000 2- 6m Jacksonville FlaMay3 1901 130 blocks 10000000 Patterson N J Feb 9 1902 400 buildings L 10000 00 Baltimore Md Feb 7 1904 140 acres 60000000 mr From The Standard mIn1 the great Chicago fire in 1871 the v m CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COS m loss was 2000000 which was promptly paid In Boston in the following year the loss of the Continental was 800000 while in the recent great Conflagration at i Baltimore the loss was 1000000 These losses have been easily paid without any serious inconvenience to tnis great company THE HOME INSURANCE CO which is the largest American Fire Insurance Qo had losses in the Baltimore fire aggregating 800000 which will btf promptly paid without disturbing its great sur plus of over nine million These two great companies are represented by John Shuck McElroy at Springfield and people seeking prctectioafrom losses in safe anI absolutely reliable companies should consult him EtEEmJIR Memoriam Not In cruelty not in wrath Did the Reaper ccme that day Twasan angel visited tho earth And took our mother away Died at the residence of W G Adams between Mackville and Fenwick Mrs Sarah A Logs don widow of J XB Logs don in the 79th year of her age on February 28th at 1 A M The funeral services were held atSt Dominics church in ldcndayIRequiem Mass conducted by Right Rev P F Hcnnessy Interment at K Rose The deceased was the mother of sbrchildren MrsEO Bland ford doceased Mrs W G Edam with whom she lived W F Logsdon of FenwickC T Logsdon of Springfield Mrs John G Cecil of Raywick and Mrs Joe ty Smith of St Rose vicinity She leaves one broth er Robert Mcllvoy of Willis burg and one sister Mrs E O WaJker and was grandmother of 21 living children Her child ren tender their thanks to the many kind friends and neigHbOis who were with them during her last hours and after her death Her court is oer her soul redeemed Her work on earth in done Her mission was well fulfilled Her goal Bright Heaven won E R s PrSale I will on Saturday Mrch12 sqll to the highest bidder at public outcry at the Court House door in Springfield my house and lot situated on Lebanon pike and fronting 100 feetonsaid pike and running back to Doctors street 400 feet This lot can be diyided so as to make 4llots 2 with frontage of 50 feet and lots of same size frcpting on Doctor St House has six rooms veranda and baclporch with good cellar and cistern at pprch This property is welfvlocatedI Terms made known oirday of sale fROnT No- Public Sale x At my place 8 miles west of Sprngfield and close Lebanon and St ROST pike on March 9 1904 at about 10 oclock I will sell atpublic auction 22 2year old steersi goodgrde4 cows 20 mules all broke 4 good broodmares and lot of hogs etc E F BucKtER DO You iantBtrCUlb If you want to increase your strength ypu must add to and not take from the physical In othec words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood tlssUes before being expelled from the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the the physical It gives strength hUjmaJItasteand palatable andthe only tboI biaation oTdlgejtanta that wllli digest the food and enable the system to ap propriateall of its health and strength giving qualities Sold by C j Haydon Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of John Mil burp deceased will present the same to me properly prcfven at the j office old my attorney W Springfieldon Apriil904THOMAS WxrsoN1AJiniJohn Milburnca j COLD STORAGE RATS Perfectly at Home lit a TetatteratRre Below the Zero Mark When cold storage was first Introduced into this country the chilly stor age rooms were absolutely free from rats and mice The teiflneratuire yas kept considerably below the freezing point and In the cold surroundings rats and mice were unable to live In time however the rich stores packed away there proved too tempt ing for thieving rodents and they began to make inroads Injto the C9ldster- age rooms at1 first paying a hurried call anti qs sn ns they had taken 1 few nibbles rushing With a shaver out Into warmer places r Gradually however these visits were lengthened and became more frequent not without consldqrable mortajity among the rats but In the end there grew Into being what is known as the cold stornge rat This animal has neither tail nor ears both having been frozen for his ancestors resulting in their total loss to the families of the first intrepid pirates of cold storage These earless and tailless cold storage rats are perfectly at home In a temper ature below the zero mark Thiif I think Is one of the most striking ex amples of hot the animal kingdom in the wise economy of nature can adOpt Itself to the most severe surroundings Atlanta Constitution SAVINGS BANKS Tfcey Were Pint Suggested IB1O T kr Daniel Defoe Primitive savings blinks were found ed at Hamburg In 1778 and at Berne In 1787 the Idea having been suggested by Daniel Defoe In 1097 Francis Mas seres proposed In 1771 to confer upon the ratepayers of Jiny English parish powers to receive and invest savings and to grant deferred annuities but a bill to this erect failed to pass through parliament The first practical atIJempts were on a small and tentative scale A childrens batik was started by Mrs Prlscilla Wakefleld at Totten ham in 1708 The Rev J Smith of Andover with two friends pgreed In 3709 to receive small sums from his parishioners dur ing the summer to be returned with a onethird bounty at christmas a lib oral off r which was eagerly gmbraced The title of Father of Savings Banks has been given however to the Rev H Duncan of Ruth well Dun friesshire who established ja savings bane In 1810 on so successfuTa basis that In four years It possessed an accu mulated fund of 1100 Acts to encourage snlngS banks in England and Ireland were passed In 1817 and were extended to Scotland In 1835 Pearsons PROLIFIC INSECTS The TerB Ite er White Ants Are the Greatest Egg Layer There Is Infinite variety In the number of eggs told by different animals the general rule being that those high est In the scale V life are least prolific Among vertebrates fish are Jtlievmont orollfic Trout pd salmon average- 1000eggs to eoty pound ot weIght Buckland reckoned the roe of a half pound brringat 10840 ot an eight pound turbot at 885000 and of a thirty pound cod atfiCfoOOOO whllethe sturgeon has molt thdn d thlfd of its weight ready foWhe toothsome caviare Mollusks vary hi their powers of re production from thirty to fifty at a time In snails to theihousandl ot the whelk while the spat some reaches 2000000 It Is among insects that stu pendous numbers appear eaehlng a climax in fhe termites or White ants The queens of these are egg Jaylng machInes of the most astonIshIxW fe cuiidlty They become huge cylin leal packages 2000 times their usual a1ze chained to one spot The laying at the rate of sixty eggs a minute or 80 000 a day reaches probably In two years the enormous total of 500000001 ik War of It QrccniYou and Short dont seem to be as intimate as you were Does he we you money Browji No indeed iut he wanted to Cincinnati En miterS T Dizzu2SAppetitepoori3 JBowelsI constipated Tongue coated Head ache Its your liver I Aycrs Pills are liverpll1 lll vegetable sew 7 t if Wi t yow MOnttadieoc betrd a bMwtifiel fcrowMor rkkb1dcU- BUCKINGHAMS DYE lTCIILOJ Gat t II11 t iwN QjiaoIi Ta it c = 1 Jic j t 1f I M lExpfirfectfCut rt t Fj i j L J i from the GLOBE TAILORING CO Cincinnati 0V will display f 1jhe AdvaucedStyles in anableFabrics at our est tlishDaentf on t j M7RCH731Take J iopportunty to placeyouJ Order for Iig1igraMADETo ASYB f CLOTHINGand Supply your wnt 1 IIfor thc coming Spring md Summer j I l ROBERTSON BROS u S 1 2 3S i3 i3 tS E t 4 oJiw3 M t FJ t JOHN S McELROY t 1 GENERAL INSURANCE AflEN r T4fe Fire ahdtbrrdoO- FFICE f i t cI OVER PEOPLES BANK cI During my bsencefrom office W F driesti rr or George NeikirKwIll attend to an businli js forrnej fe i r I l A FOLLOW fHE FLAsl T 6ALIPORHIA AN- DNORTHWEST Tile Wabash Railroad and its connections offer very low rates to Colonist and Home Seekers from March lto April3d Also very lew reuMd tprale te San Franciscok AND 9tLos Angeles OR Account ef General Centerence Methodist Eplscepal Church Tickets da sale April 22 to May 30 For further partlculars call on address P W QBEEilE Dit Pass Xgt Wabash E R room 303 Urban Bldg Louisville Ky ESCHOL SELLERS The erlffiaal ef the Here af Mart Twata Glided Age The real name of the1eoo ofThS Gilded Age was EschofSellers and he was an Inventor and an active promoter very well known In the early days of the new west His father was one of the first locomotive builders in the United States with works at Phil vadeVphla Eschol Sellers and Charles Dudley Warner occupied adjoinIng houses some years before 14IJ1e Glided Age was written Sellers at that time was developing a coal field near Shaw neetown HI at what was then and fe still known as Sellers Landing He was also Inventing a process afterward largely used in making paper out of Indian weed pulp He was also1 e perlmenUngwlththechmelb ck engine Notwithstanding the fact that Sellers enterprises were destined nIl to be successful Charles Dudley War ner conceived the JdCA that he wilsn typical vtelonary dreamer He there fore suggested the name of Esdio Sellers for the hero of VThe Gilded Age ad Mark Twain used the name believing It to be fictitious One of the first copies of the book happened to be seen by Eschol Sellers whor went nt once to Hartford andenjoined the publication A compromise was ef fected by which the publishers paid Sellers u000 for damages and cut ftlji of the plates removing the flarne Eschol and substituting that of Mv b rrlEsehol Sellers died at a very advanced age at his pleasant hqme on Missionary ridge near Chattanooga Washington Star Winter HaTrthern IessiThplegend respecting the origIn ot the Glastonbury thorn ia well ksow ow Joseph of Arlmath a la vteitlBf Britahi on a preaching sateslon rIve1wearY at Glastonbury and wWl he rested his hawthora walklBic atIct was thrust into thE friwiBd wr it atones bfegak td grow and ever ftthe feceM Myi lowered on Chrtrt mai dy Tm tlor T imply aa early flowerla vartety et oar cos0lahaw then That it dOe lower rwoarkably earlyS quite frn fee a trttik tb Boyai Betaaic ardeE Ittw Howcra betweea Noyebee a JILode Knowledge i K TJkAT1aIYa- T 34XC lfp a very m aate tai ihw M to appear Qit i tredlbfe to tMM who MTe mt actttaMjr ieee the aahMl iiMif A welli knewa writer on natural fetoiory peathg o tbk ittay member et thE caaiBt HicUa Mjy tbat if prtctortr Mk thowi white woollefl toy doge wfiKsh it upon a pair of bellows and when pressed give forth a nondescript sound intend idto do dOts tGt LJRitiWsta bark J 1IS1HE G MFOU J 4 W FREE v I 1 RECLINJG J CHAIRGA S fON THE POPDTLAB HENEFSNrROUTEfBETWEEN i 4 LOUISVI1C tJ 4AE- VANSVITLLE flH ST LOUIS Y THEWEST AND m jlr SO U7H WEST c As we are the orignator of I ree 4 4 Eecuninj Chair Caeryico ween Louisville and St loaiis Dont you think it would Yiiy6u Job iti tve1jng toiC er the Hendgrson Route Habit irIt It Will D8 aSK AOtfr1 itI J I WJNGEO 1J GAi ttCon p Agi 1T It A LOUISVILLE kY j t DES 1ij IEI1i 2 I J i J Tbc reat SokthweStl iavitrfeMBw tire North and East to wak a to4ro riMpection and recfeatfcate tjie cipal Easiness centers witaia tfee I dariwi of Oklaaoau aWI diaa 1 rrt 1 tories and Texas on febrkray i6thj 1 MaTch lIt or March ISth ThIs territory pOisacnsit7 Ii aU tfaings comHia9ds the ate if rtpermits iBt reste4iM hajlraac of theUducational Agrlc ltureal and Maaafactarinit growth foJtr jcjui i Ittry Ayold the weather eztrsuu of 1 tHo North and Jait at Vhk si ol t tfccyekrby taking advawtage of tM oppcrtuziItyffor4edlnjheiou tea effectiTe bada i peno d by Pr r co SysteM aad CoHBectlnf Ji ie yjtL St LouliandJaaaa Citr Gate yjn lFrnst Lcmw to QkUJieata as J t than Territories 800 torT xMi N Iresi Xnns City aitdieaipir OaiM respectively Aiagr trip rate of 150pfro Stf tfWii Nd KituMM Oity to Dxaaon abovei ibi JikJiMrslM JI rJlf aftThe Irises SYMe m baa iefer ij sias- dailj trJHII St Louis andXaesaCsty- U jt= a to tint ostkwet ilave You llat4- T tDD IfaocllupJ LALLN at the FRE11IT AiO1IUIIII5i ibuM Fuftttoire M rad- thIag in ths e Iy at saebab1eI WAjT1DSbn or we meni reptafor s a high ilass magazine Large commission Cash prizes Write J N Traiu er 80 East Washington fcjquan Tew York N VS I Tw III jIt+++44+ u J jI I u I I I 110 U LI tI I 11 II Jill t I ttt 1111 II H III It IIU + 4t t I I jBVie Gentleman lII Froin 1 dtl1 25K BOOTH TA1XJJVGTOJ tit I 1 I JSL Sylhdl ilc iMcChr Co I C YflIlt If42 hy McCurt IIhpJ C9 t + + +t t 11 a I t tI + + Llf 1t1tA 444444e+ uU+ Hw TTO l IH the eooctlca4 yard andJW sfn r aiIa ill the 7ery eye of the law ifiJQr rtti3J shifty looking gentlemen mol 1 operating iritlj some greasy bete and pea what the fanciful orf vuhltlcatd might have been JI f to call a June of chantfe and the wMt intent Tipectator of the group aUIsDl them was Mr James Bardlock tfce town taarikal lie was simply and J JtJalJ and earnestly interested 4Tiii t4O eye of the law may not be said to have winked upon the ncfarl t JMfrtieat sow uoder its vision It gazed f Wkh ftripr e rloslty an itch to dab LWe awl ifc must be admitted a grow 4 tag hoee profit the game was sodlI I rect and the player sd sure Several ceintrym a had won small sums and a f bee a xAarpilfcgly rustic stranger with liitiweiillar accent he said that him and W foil fboaki nof have a smoot olt tio4I hU wimninks though the lady wax not manifested had pocketed 25 rik io trouble at all TJio two pOt1 tiiiat seemed depressed declaring the t luck against them nnd the Plattvllla t fHBojJle too brilliant at the game v It was wonderful bow the young W uplcs worked their way arm in ant F tthroughthe thickest Towels never SCP1 ratlig Even at the Iemonade stands itthey drank holding the glasses in their J omter hands Such lire ths sacrifices t fjilczuaI3de by etiquette But observ JJig the gracious outpouring of fortune C upoa the rare rustic Just mentioned n youth in a green tie disengaged hla ILrn1fot the first time in two hours1 t from that of n girl who looked upon Mm with fond uncertain smiles and conducting her to a corner of the yard bade her remain there until he return i He had to speak t6 Hartley Bowl ier IK explained fT Then be plunged red raced and ex 1 cited into the circled about the shell 0 manipulators nnd offered to lay a wa tLger tHprou there Hen Eentriss4 thickly 0bjeted a flushed young man beside Jkiuu Issmy turn IttIm tIrst Hartley returned the Both er uYou cim hold yer bosses I reckon Plenty ter each and all gents In terrui done of the shell men Place Jff yer spbndullcs on do little tihll Wick I Is de next lucky gent to win our mon ey Gent bets four sixFy fiVe he seen de little ball go under db middle shell Up she cqmcs D Is time we wins Platt vllle dont win every time Whos de BOX llifcky genU F ntrlss edged slowly out of the cir dc a ashel and with rapidly whiten t ing cheeks He paused for a moment outside slowly realizing tMt nil hk money had gone in oueXlil blind whirl the money be had earned so t V hard and saved so hard to make a holl day for his sweetheart ahd himself He V stole one glance nroundthe building to where a patient figure waited for him I 1 Then he fled down a side alley ind soon was out upon the countrylroad tramp Jng soddenjy homeward through the j dust his chin sunk In nls breast and his hands punched tight nt lila sides ifow arfdthen he stopped and bitterly hurl r4tri a stone at a plplns bird on the fence IporrgaY bobwhite in the fields At noon i 5fftS patient figure was still Availing in vtht corner of the courthouse yard meek IJwlwlstliig a coralI ring upon her finger Iiut the Usbro young man who bad spolen thickly to her deserter drew nn envied roll of bank bills from his pock- etI and began to bet with tipsy caution While the circle about the gamblers 1watched with ferld htterestcspeclnlly Mr Bardlock town marshal t From far up Main street came the cry Sbesacomln Shes ncomln- t C Cj I paradeI7 reforms a thousand discussions took pWcc over old fashioned silver timepieces as4o when she watf really due SekofiIs ilemy was much appealed id its an arbiter in these discussions from a ense of his having agood deal to do with time in a general sort oft way and thus Schpflelds cams to be reminded that it was getting on toward 10 oclock wherea in the excitement of festival he lied not yet struck9 prushingforthwith to do he did awl tJB tbe laflonof the moment seven Ior eight bwidea Miss Helen Sfherwood iwas lodging down on the mass of shift r ator row second story window tlte cpartfcouse and she had the I r101HJ of seeing Scbofields emerge the steps beneath her when the hens had done arid heard the cheers led by i If 1 Mr Martfa with which the crowd P 4t i grtted bl appearance after the per i j tOflflsnce ot hIs feat if t it f r I t 1 MileS1r f I It t Iof toe city com fJbiltCd With irrefju J ni ndlD J i difceatible dishes j fTprUkiite dtoniake tt1tecltymant1le 1Itiuub1e t When there isi undue fullness af tic eatiag With 4 2 belching sour rii gaa4 other dis reM1 ne St1ipto ms apaiofDr 1Plerce a Discovery Golden t U1e Sect a speedy cure la the most xtrwHc cases of- dkease elUte sto i 8h ad other or I digulioni Jj nenicteat UIIe el tketEiscoveryf wllreeCltinacom ptcie cure iii ameI trI1t out M TTT liuadrcdi praI Iwnvtc like to gift our otdeter I cannot utter Ia words or 1Iwr1tes James n Atpbro t 5 MIMIn Street iuute IlL t fent down with what JJi Mioo I doctored with SciShere foid no relief 1 wrote to Mt toe a wertton bUMc to Sit etan lid then dvd me to Me Dr Odin Mdcl Dkcorery I took three d 1 hit po dtWI iwppcdbetng ikcsrulL ao syvaptg otia =ow neM Qtmrnoft S hse Medical II71st k seatj ron receipt of stamps y KpniW af mailing only Send eeirt stawpi for paper covered or 31 stamps for cloth bound J R V Pierce Buffalo NY I l1arClescrIQV Ptcame to riattvHIe That t the word for it be said resUnfflttSbnnd on tbeca8eiiient beside Lcr I used to thinkItTas deso lates but tl at Tvlis ngigop lean ed from tbe window to look down In his dark cheek was n glow the Carlow folks bad never seta there and iaime how JibsPuiiicd less thin and tired than usual f Indeed he did not seem tired at all tly far the contrary and he Carried himself upright when he was not stooping to see under the hat though not ns if he thought aliout it I Ife Iteve they are the best peopleI knowj he went cm Perhaps It isV because thry have been so kind to me lint they are kind rto each other too klrid good people I rkuowv liqsaid nodding J know Tjiierc are fat women women wl1orockand rock on piazzas by these und they speak of country people as the Mower lasses How happy this bis family is in not knowing it9s the lower classes We havent read Nordau down hianIl JohnOJd Tom Martins favorite work Is The Descent of Man and Miss TIbbs cares most for Lalla Rookb and jBcplalu And wliyt not It wasn girl from Southeast Cotton bridge Mass said Helen iiwJioheard I was from Indiana and asked me If I didnt hate tOllyc so far away from things There Was a pause while slit leflhed out of the window with her fact aside from him Then she remarked carelessly It met her at Winter liar bor i f you go Wintcrt Harbor he IDo J v t- We have gone there every summer until this one for years Have you friends whosKo tberer I had once There was a classmate of mine from Rouen What was his nanie Perhaps I know him Slip stole a glance at him and saw that his face had fallen into sad lines Hes for dtten me I dare say I havent seen him for seven yours and thats a long time you know and lies outin the world where remembering lis harder Here In Plattvllle we dont forget Were you over at Winter Harbor II was once 1 spent a very happy day there long ago when you must haveheert a little girl Wdre you therein tlsten she cried The procession is ooIning Look at the peppier The parade bad seized a psychologic al moment There was a fanfare of trumpets In the east Lines of people rushed for the streets and as one look down on the big straw hats and Ic and many kinds of finer head npparel tossing forward they seemed like surf sweeping up the long benches She was coming at last The boys whopped in the middle of the street Rome tossed their arms to heaven others expressed their emotldn by somersaults those most deeply moie9wa1kedon their hands In the distanee bup saw over thc heads of the mtilt1tJtcnsIng banners and the uipylng crests at triumphal cars where pohorfd were shining iin purple and gold There was another flourish of music Then all the band gave sound and with the blare of brass and the crash of drums the glory of the parade burst upon Plattvllle Glory hi the utmost The Impetus of the march time music the flare of royal bankers the smiling of beautiful court ladles and great silk en nobles the hwaylug of hpwdahs on cauicl and elephant and Bhakihg of thei earth tbenwcsomI phants feet and his every one declared be looked the alarmed Mr Bill Snoddy stoutest citizen of the county full In thc ncc ns lid passed pim and Mr Snood felt not nlI jail reassured benTom Martin Iy hinted that it was with the threaten ing glance of a rival then the badi nage of the clown creaking by In his donkey cart the terrlfle recklessness of the spangled hero who was drawn along in d cage with two striped tigers the delight of all this glittering poiiit and pageantry needed eveit more than walking oil your bands to express Last of flll came the tooting cnUlopl followed by swarms of boys as it exe cuted Wait Till the Clouds Roll By Jennie with linfinite gusto When it bad gone Miss Sherwoods gaze relaxed she had been looking on as eagerly aa any child ahd size turned to speak to Harkless and discovered that he ins no longer in the roots In stead she found Mjnnle and Mr W1 letts whom he had summoned from another window f lIe Wt3 called away explained LIgc Hci thought hed be back before the parade was over and said you were enjoying ftttFO much r he didnt want to speak to ypncCalled fiway MinnIe lihughed Oh everybody sends for Mr IIrkless It Tnln farmer name of Bowlder added Mr WHIctts His spaHartky s drinking aguln and there aint any one but Ilarkjess can do anything with him YcnlIlet him tackle a sick man to nurse or a tipsy feller to handle and tell you Mr Wllletts went on with enthusiasm he is nt home It beats me and lots of people dont think eel legedoes n man any good Why the way he cured old Fis Miss Brlscoe Interrupted him Seel she cried pointing out of the windows Look out there Somethings happened r There wasa swirl In the crowd be low Men w re running around a car ncr of the courthouse and the women and chfldren were harking after They Went M fast and there were so many of hem that Immediately that whole portion of thrt yard became a pushing tugging squirming jim of people Us on the other side said Lige We ttui iee from the lint window Come Xulckboford these other folks fill It up t They followed him across the build kig and looked down on an agitated Bwarin of faces Five men were stand Jng oa the entrance steps to the floor below them nd the crowd was tblck Iy massed beyond leaving a little semi circle clear about the steiw those be bInd struggled to get closer apd leaped la the air to catch a glimPse of what o1tULiatIlt top step IrIs hand resting oa the shoulder of the pale and contrite and sobered Hartley On the Iqwest step Jim Bardlook was stanBlng with sheep Ishly hanging head aiid between him and Harkless the two gamblers of the walnut shells The Journalist held in his hand the implements of their pro fession Yes give up every cent he said quietly Youe taken Sa from this boy Hand it over The men began to edgedown doser to the crowd giving little swift desperate searching looks from left right and right to left and moving ner toJ ously about like weasels In a trap Close up there said Harkless Bout let them out Wy cant we git no square treat merit here one of the gamblers whin ed But his eyes blazed wiTh a ragt that Jelled the plaintive passivity ot hiatone We aint been runnin nt skin Wy dye say we gotter give ui our own money You gotter prove was a skin We rIsked our mODe fair tProve it Come up here Eph Watts Friends the editor turned to lh crowd smlllrig friends heres a mat we mn out ottowu once because h knew too much about things of this sort Hes come back to iis again and hesJiere to stay Hell give us an ob Ject lesson on uic slicll game Its pretty simple remarked Mr WattH The best way ls to pick ur the ball with your second finger and the back part of your thumb as you pretcnd toMay the shell down over It th sway He illustrated and showed several methods of manipulation with professional Sang frold andns he made plan jim vulgar dwindle by whlcl1 maiiy had been duped that morning tthere arose pit angry and threatening raurmuf You all see said Harkless raising his Voice what a simple cheat it Is aiold wornout one Yet a lot of you lost Your own money on It and then stood by staring like idiots and Ie Hartley Bowlder lose SG and not one of you lifted a hand How hard did you work for what these two cheap crookStook from you Ah he cried it is because you were greedy War they robbed you so easily You kno Its true Its when you want to get something for nothing that the con Ildenre men steal the money you sweal for and make you the lauglilngstod of he country And you Jlm Ban lock town iparshal jou whij con tess that jyu went lIrt the game cents worth yourself Ills face Wan wrathful mid slernas he raised his accusing hand and leveled It at the un happy municipal The town marshal smiled uneasily and deprecatingly about him and see Ing only angry frowning brows be Ing only words of condemnation passed his hand unsteadily over Ills fat mus tache shIfted from one leg to tie other and back again looked up looked down and then an amiable and pleas ure loving nina beholding nothing but accusation add wrath in lieaveii anti earth anti wishing nothing more than to sink Into the waters under the earth but having no way of reaching tliem and findlug his troubles quite unbearable and himself unable to meet the manifold eye of titan he sought re 11I utter the unsjigocions fashion of a larger bird than he His burly form nndePwent a series of convulsions not unlike sobs and lie shut his eyes tight and held them so presenting picture af misery uueqnalod In the memory of l rou youAa nun elected fo JI any spectator The editors outstretch ed hand began to shake You he tried to continue you a man elected to i There came front tIu crowd the sound of a sad high keyed voice drawling Thats a nice vest Jims got on but It aint hardly tlip feathers Litton for an ostrich is Ilarkless brcke Into a ringing laugh and tUnled to the shell men Give up the bqys nipuf y Hurry Step down here and git It said the one who had spoken There with turbulent motion In the crowd mid a cry arose Run eui buff Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart troutlo You have If you Cnd It hard to breathe otter walking up stairs ax rclstnctc 11 you have pain In your loft side in chest back or shoulder If y ft suffer from cold extremities pale face bluo Iip4 dry cough awollen ankles If you intro tainting flpclls liroas pang palpitation redness of tho face discomfort In sleeping on ono side Tho only scientific treatment for this whole train of trOubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Er Miles New Heart Curo Is tho prescription ofn famojis specialist whose great success In treating obsti nate nervous heart disease lias made lila name preeminent in the medical and Scientific world The medicine jviH euro you Wo know it We want you to provo It If first bottle docs not benefit your druggist will give you back your money nttimessobadend had to sit up on the side of the bed lots of times to get breath Threo of my brothers have died of heart trouble and I thought I was going the same way btft about two and a halt years ago I got a pamphlet about Dr Miles New Heart Cure and thought I would try a tffvr bottles After using them I recovered nnd havo had better health since then than before for several years I cast heartily recommend them for heart trouble UEV JEnnY HURT Pastor Baptist Church Hurt Ians FREEVr1te to US for Prc Trial of Dr Miles Antl RemedyIyou what Is wrong and how to right It COII tIme cm ou a ran iar anti teatners Run Nmt ut o townl I wouldnt dillydally long if I were you said Harmless A roll of bills was sullenly placed In Ills hand which he counted and turned over to the elder Boulder One of th shell men clutched the editors sleee with his dirty hand We halnt dour wl yoiwerhe said hoarsely Dont belief it not for a minute Beei The town marshal opened his eyes briskly and placing a hand on each of the gambleis said VI do hereby arrdst your said personS and declare you my prisoners The cry arose again louder Run cm out String em up Hang em Hang them And a forward rush was made This way Jim Quick cried Hark rss bending down and jerking one of he gamblers half way up the steps Get thrQugh the hall to the other side lid thOu run em to the lockup No ne will stop you that way Watts and will hold tblsdoortDurdlock hustled his prisoners through lie doorway and the crowd pushed up he stopst while Harkless struggled to roD the YeStIbule clear Until Watts ot the double doors closed Stand lick there he shouted Its all over ont be foolish The law Is good tough for us Stand back will you ie Was Jiovlng vigorously with open and and elbow when a compact little roupr of men suddenly dashed up the teps together dad a heavy stick wung out over their heads A straw tbrougbieut swiftly from his body in several lirecUons the hands not opetrut llnched and jiard The next Instant ie and Mr Watts stood alone on the teps and a man with a bleeding bIns pheming mouth dropped his stick and tried to lose himself In the crowd Mr Watts was returning something he had not used to his hip pocket Prophets of Israel exclaimed Wil liam Todd ruefully It wasnt Eph Watts pistol Did you see Mr Hark less I was up on them steps when he begun I dont believe he needs as much takln care of nswe think Wasn t tone of them Crossroads devils that knockcjl his lint orn ned Jiirtd Dennett I thought see Bob Skillett run up with a club Harklcss threw open the doors behind hits The hall was empty You may come In now be said This isnt my courthouse CHAPTER VI 1HEY walked slowly bask along IIT II the pike toward the brick J house He was stooping very much as they walked He wanted to be told that he could look nt her Xor a thousand years The small fiice was rarely and exquisitely mod clod but perhaps just now the salient characteristic of her beauty for the salient characteristic seemed to be a different tiling at different times was the coloring a delicate glow under the white skin a gow Jhatbewltched him In its seeming to reflect the rich bene- dIction of the noonday sun that blazed overhead r v Once he had thought the way to the Brlscpe homestead rafher a long walk but notf the distancv sped malignantly Strolled thfiyjheyer so slow it was less Mian a yjung birds flutter from a wood With her acquiescence he rolled a cigarette and she began to hum light Iy the air of a song a song of Ineffably gentle slew movement That and a reference of the morning and perhaps the sniell of his tobacco mingling with the fragrance of hr roses awoke again the old gemini cence of the night before A clearly outlined picture rose before hlmMho high green slopes and cool cliff walls of the coast of Maine and the sharp little estuary waves he lazily watched through half closed lids while the pale smoke of JiIRitlgaretto blew out under the rail ofavsixen deck where he lay cushioned Mid again a woman pelted his faro with hatidfuls 6f rose petals anclerIptlFp lad anti at em Yon der is Winter Harbor Again he sat- In the oak raftered enslnor breathless girllIngirl who looked so bravely unconsciouS of the big hushed crowd that llstonrd looked so pure and bright and entlcI iml good that he had spoken of hnellbCilhe had not thought of her rout that time to this he supposed Ho had al most forgotten her No Her face suddenly Stood lhit to his view as though he saw her with his physical pw a sweet and vivacious ehlldH fae with light browii hair nut gray eyes and a short upper lip like a curledrose loaf And the voice lie stopped short You are Tom Mertdlth8 little cousin The great Harkless she answered and stretched out Lior hand to hl1nII remembpryou Isnt It time Ah but I ntfver forgot you hoI cried I thought I had I didnt know wiio It was I was rcmcniberliig I thought It was fancy mid ft was n om Or r never forgot your voice sing Ing nnd I remembered your face too though I thought I tlldnt lib drew a deep breath That was why Tom has not forgotten you she said as ha paused Would you mind slinking hands once more he asked She gave him her hand again With nU1DY heart Wbrr Im nicking a record otlt thats all Thank you They l dme Sir Galahads little sister all one summer because the great John Harkloss called me that You danced witli me In the evening Didl Ah site said shaking her head you were too busy talhg In love with pretty Mis Vhn Sktiyt to remember a waltz vlth only me I was allowed to meet ou as a reward for singling my very bost and ygu you bowed with the InCuhronce of a grandfather and asked me to dance Like a graudffltlipr now young was then How time changes us- Ini afraid ray conversation did not make a great Impression upon 9Ua shq continued But It hid l am remembering very fast If ypu Will walt a moment I will tell you some of the things you said The girl laughed merrily Whenever she laughed he realized that It was becoming tterribly difficult not to tcl her how adorable she was I wouldnt risk It if I were ypu she warned biin beatuse I dfdiit speak to you at all I shut 1i1r Ups tight and trembled nil over every bit of tIlt time I was durch hJg with you I did not sleep that night and I was unhappy wondering what thp great Ilatkless would think of meI Knew he thought me aflutter ably jJtupU because I couldnt talk to hun I wanted to send him word that t knew I hind bored him I couldut t endure that he shouldnt know that knew I hail nut be was not thinking of me in any ways He had gone to sea aauln In his white boat the un JrSltuytitow time does change usl said Johu Iou are wrong though I did think of jon I have al YesHhe interrupted tossing her head In aIry travesty of the stagp co queUe ybu think soI mean you say sonow Away wtb you and your blarneying And so they weqt through the warm noontide and little lie cared for the beat that wilted the fat mullein leaves and made the barefoot boy who passed by skip glngo k through the burning dust with u gui mouth andwatery eye Little h ncjw of the katydid that suddenly wlvfrrcduts mills of shrillness In the mapfe trow and sounded so hot hot hot or Jhotjherthat railed at the country quietTl mthe dim cool shade arouudthe brick house or even the mitt crow tint sat on the fence and swore to theta in the face of a sunny sky that they should see rain ere the day were done Little the young man reeked of what he ate at Judge Briscoes good noon dinner chicken wjng and young roasu ear hotrollaas light as the fluff of a summer cloudlet and honeytind milk nnd apple butter flavored like spices of Arabia and fragrant flaky cherry pie and cooi rich yellow cream Llgei Wllletts was a lover yet be said he asked no better than to Just go on eating that cherry pie till a sweet death overtook him but railroad sand wiches nail resfaurant chops might hav0 been set before HarkJIcus fpr all the difference ft would have made to him At na other tlmg is a mans fueling of companionship wall a woman so strong as when he sits at table with her not at a decorated noel becatered nod be waltered table but at a homely appe tizing wholesome home table like old Judge Brlscoes The very essence of the thing domesticity and the im plication is utter confidence and liking Inhere are few greater dangers for a bachelor An insinuating Imp pOrches on his shoulder and softly tickling the bachelors ear with the feathers of an arrow shaft whispers Pretty gay Isnt Iteh Rather pleasant to have that girl sitting there dont you tblnkI Enjoy having her notice your butter plate was empty Think It exhilarat ing to hand her those rolls Iooks nice doesnt shef Says Thank you rather prettily Makes ybur lonely breakfast HQWIrreetor you tomorrow my 1oy1 How would it seem to have such pleasant company all the reSt of your life Pretty cheerful eh Its my conviction that your ne need In life Is to pick her up In your arms and run away with her not anywhere in particular but Just run and run and run away After dinner they went out to the veranda and the gentlemen smoked The Judge set his chair down on the ground tilted back in it with his feet ou the steps aiid blew a wavory dom ed city up In the air lie called It solid comfort He liked to sit out front under the porch roof he said lIe wanted to see more of the sky The others moved their chairs down to Join In the telesflal vision A tenth ery thlfl cloud or two had been fanned across It lit save for these there was nothing but glorious and tender brll Uant blue It seemed so clear nnd close otto marveled the little chureb Bplre in the distance did not pierce It Yet at the santO time the eye ascended miles and miles Into warm shimmer lug ether Far away two buzzards swung slowly nt anchor hajfwn to the sun O bright translucent ctruleanhue L t my wide wings drift on In you Harkless quoted pointing them out to I1clenOYou seem to get a good deal of fun out of till kind of Weather observed Llge asj he wiped his brow and shifted his cHair into the shade I expect you dont get such skies as tills up In Uouen said the judge looking fit the girl from between his lazily Half closed eyelids Its the same Indiana sky 1 think slio answered UI guess maybe In the city you oni see as much of it or think as mueh about It then Yes theyre the Indiana skies the told anan went on blueiwhen they smile at you There arent any others anywhere that ever seemed much like them tome Theye been company for me alt my life I dont think there are any others half as beautiful and Fknow there arlltnny as sociable They wore always so He sighed gently and Miss Sherwood fancied his wife must have foundthe Indiana skies as lovely as he Imdfn the days of long ago Seems to me they ate the softest and llucstntiul kindest in tho world I think they ztresahd lichen and they are niorw boautlful than the Itch lan skies though I doubt If many of us HooBlera realize it and certainly no one olpe does The old titan leaned over and pijtted her hand Hnrklcs gaspe l Us Hooslcrsr chuckleilIthe Judge Youre a great Hoosier 3ouilg lady How much of your life have you spent in the state Us Hposlers nut Im going to be a good one she answered guyly and If Im good enough when I ffrpw up maybe Ill be- n great one The buckboaivV had been brought around and the tour young people climbed In Harkless driving Before h= wd i4 hxi = l The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of SwwapRwJt at Work la RIs Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing in thi country mostdangerous because so decep live Many sudden deaths are caused by tltr heart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexyare often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed o ad vance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital 6gans or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away ceX oy cell Then the richness of the blood thf albumin leaks out and the sufferer has Brfghts Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwafnpRoot new dlsr coyery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists in fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwampRQotanDr KHmer Co Binghamton N Y and meatioii this paper horse block in front of the gate leaned over and patted Miss Sherwoods hand again Harkless gathered up the reins Youll mAke a gpeat Hoosier all right sqld the old ulan beaming upon tile girl You neednt worry about that I guess my dear t When he said ray dear Harkless spoke to the horses Wait said the judge still holding the lltfle hand Youll make a great Hoosier some uny dont fret Youre already 1 very beautiful one Then he bent his White lured and kissed teraoon Judge said herI The wliip cracked and the buckboard dashed off In a clSud of dust Every ouce llii awhile Uarklesa the phi fellow Called after them you must remember to look at the team The euopious white tent was filled with a hazy yellow light the warm dusty mellow light lint thrills the re joicing heart because Jtjs found nowhere else In the world excepts In the tents of a clFcus the canvas filtered sunshine dnd sawdust atmosphere of Rhow diii t To ba continued Through to City ofMexIco Without change of carE via Jrori Mountain Route in elegant Pull man sleeping cars Jleaving St Louis 840 pm v daily via Laredo Gateway Shortstand quickest fine Excursion tickets nowon s ale For further information call onor address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 202 Equitable B13g J Louisville Ky Wants Pay for Curl y Horse Last fall Colonel rack Chinn was in Rvssell county anJ wbile with acrowd of natives was en ftertainingr them with some of his inimitable stori s Finajly a bg mountaineer who had been sizing the Colonel up for some time said Lnolchere You ard the very mantbat got tnat curly hoss ofi mine enduring the war when Morgan were through this soc tion1 The Colon 31 denied LieI allegation for while he served inI the Cqnfederae ium he w otltIehorsesisted and old him that he was the man Finally CjJoneKJhin i pointed to the very fine saddle horse he had iidJeiinto the mountains au4 said YQu say iI got your hcrse now you do like you say 1 did come down in my country and get that horse and ride him oft as you say T rode yours away and I will not icdfct Lou pursue you or open my mouth This was perf ty satisfactory f to the big fellow and he agrecd to come But in the afternoon he again apprached MrChinn and said 1 aint cirnin to the ltiel country after that air hoss them fellows that beam you tell me to come say that youll fill m lull of click shot The incident had escaped the Colonels memory until lOSt Motday he received a letter from a womaa in Ru5sell county in which she said that her husband was now dead and as the was now a widow sha wanted him to1 send her 150 for the curly horse that he took from her husband while he was on organs raid for her husband said before he died that he must be the man who got tile animal which her husband always s dwasthe best one on the acethrrods burg Herald 4 CURES ffIIOIIaTOMACII DOmXG Hypmei Cures Catarrh by Simple Breathing Wood Campbell Refund Mon f ey If It Fails To Cure i A long stride toward solving the iiyatcry of curing catarrh vas Uken with the discovery of Hyomei in fact tho percentage of cures by the treatment proves it equal to the final tests The folly of tn ing medicine into the stomach to cure catarrh of the nose throat and lungs has been real alized by physicians but not until Hr omel was known had they a practical would obviate stomach methftbat Hyonieil outfit costs but Il1ballerattracting attention a medicinei drop per aijda bottle of Horne Breathing Hyomei throurh the in rslthcrsl and a lays ca tarrh4l germs and enriches the blood with Additional qzone Wood Campbell hay e so much falh in the power of Hvomci to cure catarrjh that they ara selling it under their personal guarantee to refll1td4b money if itidaeB not give positive re rel1fll OUjri a person p its oft taking needed tonic because of the dfagrccabl tagtcof most tonic preparations Therefore the ideal toni should be pleasant to the palate WalthirC Pep tonized Port may justly clair the tti tie of the iideIl tonic Jori betrg highly agreeable tonaddhiol1toI is a strengthencr of gre t combining Ortwihe itscUa tonic of noted iEfficacy with pepsin which is natures own digestive agent ThiS preparation rVtores Io3t vital ity aba Cures ucrvouH pro t ration in digesttop and all kindred aMments Small size 50 cents large size 1 oo At C Jf Uajdous drugstore I MgetaWe ple 8 ration Cor As slniiating fteroodandBeguia Uag fteStonacbs aftdLBoweB oC Promotes DigesumCfaeerfuI nessandltestCotttains neither Opiu MorpKtte nor Mineralt OT NARCOTIC rtU SZZfl7 JIMJl6 SJIt IIIwl t f A perfecl Remedy forCoaeSpa lion Sour StoiMchDiarrhoea WormsConYuIskMBFcvcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP t Pi0fNEW YORK lEXACT COPT Of WRAPRER J11 4 Food For EcapctF PrisoNers In Siberia the louses in every village upon the main street facing the road have Jlttle windows with shelves nbout six tpet above the ground end on these shelves the inmates place whatever food they have to spare This Is a cus torn handtd down from a former period to aid escaped prisoners the shelves being placed at that height so as td prevent dogs from getting at the food The Home Maker If there are only three essentials to n homeC remarked the pudgy little matron after the others had said their say they are rugs hardwood floors and a manV Chicago Tribune aifKiilacctl Sympathy Old Gentleman to smn1 boy tvhd is nursing n skinned knee Dld you fall down little chap Small Boyer ilidiTt think 1I fell up and dashed agia ticloud did yor It Saret1JIIs L P kPanfnrth of LaGrange GaM suffered lor six months wtlb a frightful juing sore on bi f lesr bai writes that Backlent Arnica SalVe wholly cured itiri five days For Ulcer Wounds Piles its the Let salve in tthV world Cure guaranteedvOijiy 25cts Sold by C JHydon druggist r 1 WANTED V- SpECiAit REPRKSBNTATIVB in t h i s county and adjoining territories lo represent and advertise an old eatab lathed business house of solidfinanciai istanding Salt ry S2I wee ly wIth expenses paid each Monday by cheek from headquarters Expeascs advanced and ho sO red buggy tarnish leu when neqessary positi on pcrnia AddressIrhe ColamTbitf 830 l onbti Btdg Chicago Iii 2n t Poker Ws Oiqc Sclimrw mx l Geruiaris claim that poke is an old German game which for more than 100 years has been played and is still being played in some districts of West phalia Emigrants took it to tlie Unit ed Stntes and there its name of scliarwenzel was changed into pok orrondou Eipres8t Another Interpretation Miss Mudd Didnt I overhear Mr Phdlter remark to you that I was Va pretty young lady Miss Chellus Yes and you really are pretty young you know Uut youll ontgrow that of course Philadelphia P ess The Pctlcuta EiCHce 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