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I w r r J t I jT51ji t I CJr New rSeries VoL XI Nd 11 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTS KENTUCKY MARCH 17 1904f itfl141 r47 i Ir j i rrHDPOVI Jr cOBOBUTT JL 11BhOfflpSOll I1 Jr Co ltI UNDERTAKERS AWh EMBALMERS nCtrrrin stock all kln aa of Faneral1 4 nppliee OUR DIRECTORY SPIII1SGFIEIJ county seat of Washington cunty52 miles southeast of ifcxin tonr 59 miles from LiOutsvil e on Bardstpwn branch 01 touisvilleand Nashville railroad in farming and agricultural district Two Bariks telegraph and telephone tines express office flour mills lumber yards iopuatioh 1100 population of county 15000 Repre euta tiVe iu Congress Hon D ASmith Hodgenville Ky j V Representative in Kentucky Legis r j lature Hon W0 Claybrooke Representative State Senate Hen h Harry lanca3tcr Xiibanon Ky bIiICIRCUIT COURT- 01rcu il Court begins ori the fourthll Mondx vMn February May andOcto j l 1Ibcrp i ttesc n Judge l r EIr m Comulothvealth tItbrpey t I F AL JCinpbelh Clerk JU eachman Master Commrss loner GF 1 iIUARTERiJV COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday In each month J p B Judge- S n Ifritsey COURT i C meets on the f l1rthtt Monday iin ech mouth t BL I itsey Judge aSTS Mayes County Attorney Gedr cCatlett Jailer 1 tDyroz1 Croake Sheriff Richardl Isham Sidney Osborne R HJMullican Deputies Li Ed Masters James F Moore Oouijity Surveyors I ipoyalty Assessor V T PJOBryan Deputy Robeirt Noe Treasurer QTM Montgomery CoronersBush Supt of Common i I 1rr PopingfleldfI CITY COURT V James R Noe Police Judge t jot Gfjusa Mxrainl EcrF GrJgVby City Attorney i JUSTICE COURT 11 Justice Courts are held iu January J April JJulyand October jIChurch Directory BAPTIST CHURCH i 1 Re SJ Cannon Pastor Ser AJes every sun ay at II am and 700 p ml Sunday School at 900 Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at 700 1e METHODIST CHURCH t JRet J D Ward Pastor Services Sonthe First and Third Suudays in each j mouth at 11 a ti and 730 p m Sun 1School evtfry Sunday at 10 am r Prayer nighL meeting every Wednesday V t CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser yiccs every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a hi Services at St Rbse same hours 5t i CHRISTIAN CHURCH r Rdv Felix Pastor Service cSbud and fourth Sunday io each mouth t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH K jv T D Latimer Paster Preaching every Sunday at 11 amp andjat 7pn Sunday Bchoolf iyry- jSnnf y at 10 ain Prayer neetIn eve y Tbu edar e euJn at 7 oclock Fraternal vOrdeas M SONIC XODCB Sfringfitid lodg No1 S njcets second Monday in Smnnth Vfashinjtori R O Chapter No 57 sw every third Monday t Springfield Council No 52 meets 0 Lev rv tourth MondayS c K KNIGItTSI0fTLEMACAUZESMccl iv- c1IS rfvi nu inuchmon I s sssiss a f tAMERICAN 1I SILVER 1 kRU88 LILIGIIZCOOL t4 Saat te Wear I I rt IyUIK k A j cIi JdJlorUj tliIJli i j i F b iL iLiqa KSWW ww Wfi aiK U iHSi mwU 1i I f 1 A ROUIVD Of JiIKJ1i inllutnnn ofDnnonnnnhnMiu UIIIJlJ Ai MMl43 t Glory as IIJFHcsf Cb where is mighty Kitchener The man of grit and gorett And Etlen Stone ab what of her We hear her name no nore And whats Coin Harvey doing now And SoCkless Jerry say o Wheres Capt Lemly anyhow Has Funston passed away Wheres Radcii Powell now and who Is watching Simoc Sam Oh whats become pfPaty du t Whose other namc was Olam Oh fames a fleeting thing aias The heroes come and go So many things are brought to pass Within a year or so- Who when the snowflakcs fly next falla Can name oneRuasian thapfOr still be able toreca1 iThenameomanyfapr rS Ei Xistr in Chicago RecordHerald HE SCIIOOLTtie workmen Z haye been making good use off the few pretty days we ne had during Ihe past few weeks and good progress ast een made lontlia qew Graded School building the roof which ist PartiallaJyputon many inquiries by the way of fllly late about the length of the tl1eiilbenefiti wett will state that the term will conI tinue until June or the full ten months term has beenarraugecl for the future The trustees 0111arrangerueuts indications when the tef m opens ext year in the neW building the service of live or six teach eiy will be required Tie rooms ie now all crowded and the piospects are that theattendance ofpupilsi next year willl be great yioased jjI O RANCHING OUT Ttfe man gLy agement of tba Spring Be d Waterand Electric Light Cow pany contemplae enlarging its- cope of operations and incident ally establish another enterprise 1 or Springfield The proprietors o of the company contemplate in stalling in connection with the electric light and power plant an ice manufactory and witji that i end in view some of the directors t have been investigating similar plants in other towns It isi es timated that with the abundant supply of water so available and with a power pliant already in operatioa that an ice plant can be attatched and operated at ai comparatively small additional cost It is calculated that the demand for ice frOm local con sumers and from neighboring towns will be sufficient to sup port the business The manage ment of the water works is also making plans to put in a filtra tion plant so as o furnish pure water the yearrounds to custo thers aE REMEMBERED County AClerk W Ff Hooker during his tong term in oifficV bas had many amusing experiences which he sometimes relates to an appre ciative audience of listeners He tells of an incident which hap pened to him some time ago1 ant which he says emphasized rule which he has alwaysl obseVved l aod that is never to make a promise unless you expect toI keep it vfcUen called on Mr Booker says that several years ago s hen he arid his friend feob fiSl1ingjeunexpectedly ran out of baitt the real kind and were about ton give up sport for the day when he espied a couple of barefoot boys coming down the Fiver Here you boys called Wr Booker take his bucket and go catch me a bucket of minnows and 1M give ytiu a quarter pfjjt dollar apiece and when you ar eJl ready to get married 1 will giveai you your marriage license and will not charge you a cnnt foar it ftrhe young chaps returned in due time vith tie bait and re ceived their money and the inci dent passed out of the Clerks Several years later a tall 1tiHed fejlov appeared at the office and applied for license to marry When the baper w1tl11I1jiQJjout he asked what was the charge Mr BoqkQr5told him the usual amountt Weir says tho young1 manMr Booker dont me fiber that timE out on Chaplin j when I fetched you that bucket minnows what you saM about giving me my license YesJI 11belmy promise So here you are ilia paper shall not cost you a cent v ofl jw COOD woRKrThe voluntary ssubscriptions ma d e u p i mong the citizens of Springfield or EtuOatherine shows a won- rfuIathopnt of liberally and public spirit and the act is one of which every individual sub scriber should be proud Many t q f the subscriptions were jnade out of purely a spirit of republic enterprise in wanting to secure locating of the institution at this plaice and many were made out of a feeling o chairty to help good cause along and all were lewith the warmest of friend feeling for an institutiofi that his done great good and whose nce has baen wide spread j l Db IT TODAY Thettme rninjunctioni j I NeAer put off Hill tomorrow i what you can do today is now generally presented ill this form J Do It today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or de i moralizing cold with which you have been struggliLg Jtor several days porhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let thati remedy bo Dr Bos Ghees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it willjj undoubtedly relieve yoir cough or cold and its qonlinued use for fewdays willcure you corn pletely No matter ho3w deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs Gormanl Syrup willsurely ffectateas it has done ber fore in thousands of apparently hope1 Jess cases of lung trouble New triall battles 25c regular ze 75c At 0 J rHQ doll s drugstore Mor Riots fisturbanccs of strikers are not nearly arayaas an Indi vicTual disorderof the system Overworlr loss of sleep nervous tension will be ffollowed by utter roq1eIdyTheres nothing so eftiefuntr to cure disorders of the LnreT or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tome and effective nervine ifd the greatest nil around medicine fo iDva systems It dispells Neryous flOsS1 Rheumatism and Neuralgia and excels Vlalana germs Only oOc and satisfaction goaranteed by C J Haydon Irug isti p J i I Coldest VVinteii f The records in the orfice of the Wcithor Burea show that du- rrrngthe months of November Uecember January akd Fobrua rv the departure in temperature was minus 573 degrees The record isipoinpiled by adding the minus ligu res for eacli day and the total is the number of de grees of heat short of the aVor agefor the four monhs in the past thirty yeers The past winter was tbe coldest ever Icncjwn in this state and riot the least remarkable fact shown by the data collected is that tlie cod was almost continuous and t to time unusually seVere The lowest mark reached during the winter was 4 degrees above zero andin addition to being the coldest winter the past past three months cheated anew rec IrtVrl Jtr fn ill nr ifnr the first time in many year ttf Jorcc tie mer cury down to hero mark In November the thermometer Itll 100 degrees short of the nor mal in December 237 degrees in January 91 degrees and in February 150Frtegrees l OA OnABean flati tthectd JL1 i4fIt 1 Y f Lawrenceburfl Water Work I On Thursday cf last week the immense tank constructed for the waterworks was filled with water for the first time and f undto be al right in every re spect no appreciable quantity of water escapng during the nightI OnFriday thehose was attached for the purpose of emptying the tank so that it can bepaiuted on the inside and it was found that IIIII was to on top of any building on Main street It is believed that with the pressure from the pumps dded in caEe of fire sufficient force will be developed to throw a stream over the top of the tower on the court house which is the highest structure in the cityrNews GOO J SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come fromI Kentucky Their main source is the Iliver and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandorie il effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a pad liverIi at the same time Your liver must bein fine condition if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful your pursuits You can put your- iverin i fine condition by 1sirgI Greens August Flowert n u greatest oral medicines for the certahi6ureIt has been a favorite Lousenold remedy for over thirty live yearsJ i August Flover will make your fiver healthy and active and thusj insure you a liberaliisupply of good spirits n Trial size 25c regular bottles 7j c At C J Hay dorrs drugstore If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use UhamI berlains Stomach Liver Tablets and oul will Ret quick relief For sale by QJ flaydoiiDruggictS Dally Tourist Sleepprs To California Iron Mcuritain Route operates Pullman Tourjst Slueperp St Louis to California leaving 8EO- A M daily via Lttle Rock Texarkana DallasIitVortJi and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule cheap Colonisttrates in effect daily during March and April 1904 tc California and the North west Pullman Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a mr from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 030 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through the Glenwood Spingfi Salt LakeCity to Ogd n etc Homeseekers and ColOnist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third TUesdays each month For iaap folders descriptive literature rates etc consult near est ticket agent or address R T G Mathews T5P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky VVattersons Positio Mr Watterson thus succinctly states tho position of himself and his paper with regard to Demo cratic leadership and the presi dency j The Courier tisnal has no purely individual likes or dislikes to overcome If it had the power dirpclly to place a man in the White House it would place Mr Gorman there because it is tired bff baby leadership and wants at the head of affairs a Democrat of tried trained acd proved ability It has freed its mind about Ivlr Cleveland Mr Bryan and Mr Eearst It is its purpose to support the nominee Now let the battle go onr IrariJy Averlel- Just in the uick of time our little boy was saved writes MIs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havcc with him and a terrible cough sot in besides Dpclors trontea him but he grew worset every davAt length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumptton arid our darling wassaved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the onlysure cure for Coughs Colls and all Lunn disease 7 Guaranteed by C J Haydon Druigrst Pride 50c ani1ltOo Hpii a1 bo ties sI Jo Begin Work PLANS ARf BEING PRAI1DUOR Till NEW SL CATHERINF Great Lifjerality Shown Jby the Citizens of Springfield in Helpina to Pay for the Site 1I 4000 HAS SUBSCRIBE IActio preparation i1Jaii Q cett begin towards erecting the ne academy and convent of1StvI Catherine of Sienna on the site recently purchased for that puts pose of Mr Isaac Curry just fce low town A large lOrce ofI workmen have been at work for some time clearing away the de bris of the burned buildings and saving the old brick inanythous- and of which will be wade avail able for use in the walls of tbeI new buildings These brick areI being hauled to the new site this week Mr Frank Brewer in consultation with other archi tects and builders has been work ing on plans ind estimates which will be ready in a short time Work will first begin on the academy wing of the building and that will be pushed with all possible despatch so as to have it ready for occupancy in time for the opening of the school in September The ground bich has been bougbtforthe location of the new buildings is an admirable one and possesses many advantages over the old one It is vithifra short distance of the business part of the town and the Louisville Nashville railroad runs through the property and within a few hundred feet of the spot on which the buildings will stand By the laying oC a few hundred yards of water mains direct con nectjon with the Springfield water works can be had thus receiving water for fire protection us Yell as for use in the building In assisting the sisters of St Catherine to replace the great Ibss sustained by the fire and at thesame time secure the institu tion as a permanent addition to the town the citizens of Spring field have shown a spirit of Jib eralty that is highly 1JJ1onda ble In a short canvass among ihe business firms and citizens ofr the town over 4 000 in cash was secured to help pay for the site of the new buildings Below is the list of subscriptions as it stands to date Peoples DepositSBank5C0 First National Bank 500 Haydon Barbert j 100 0 J Hay on J 100 Hobqrtson Bros T ICO IHJ Thunnanl 100 WO McQhord 300 J M Burton iQO McElroy Shultz lOb Cunningham Duncarf 300 Robertson Searcy V 100 Or Ydletlre 100 r E E Millican j 10Q C T Log dpn f 100 C A Thompson 100 Springfield W L Co 100 John R Barber 100 rlugh L McElroy 100 R H Edeleo 100 M L Shanahan 75 J Shuck McElroy 75 Conrad Hertlein 50 A B Campbell 50 T Scott Mayer LT 50 Wopd Campbellv 50 john W Lewis 50 John T McElroy Tu olJAol l 4yers CherryPectoral chUdrenNo CherryPectoral doctors medicine for all affections ofthe throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years myfunilycn1diespecIa1IforciI1dzenMs JIM 7oAnn coAll Lowell Ma dnIgg1stLfor Niijht Coughs Frank Brewer r Y Mayes lr 501 W L McClellan OIIJarbceOII 50 J S Osburne t 50 AC r= Elroyu 25 T P QBryan 25 W F Booker z 251 Ed M Russell 25 G C Wharton j v 25 J BR Bardsir 25 Thompson McCabe 25 J JiMc abe t 25 C M McChord 25 McElroy Bros 25 Moore B blito 2o McClure Wells 20I HBPowell 35 Clarence Mudd y l 15 Thomas A Medley V 10 Byron Croake lC W A Waters 10 W F Grisby4 uQBen F Haydon i 10I T J Miller H 10 GeoColvJno I ip W D Claybrooke 10 Leo H vdonlLBCain I i 5 Ed Kelly 5 Thompson BojblU v l 5 Will Cambron f t 5 W H Mullican 5 P A Mclotire L 5I Go WNoe iL v 5 W F Neikirk 5 Frank Keene i i 5 Johnatnah ti1eyI w 5 Jtoha Sr Yankey u 5 M GLeachman 5 Dr SJ Smock A 5 J T Mullican v 5 J G Mansfield 5 W E Leachmau I 5 Joh4eters55 i 5 S R berts r 5 Who ton Tapp W13 Holderman 7 5 DrH H Hord 5 WQODCAMPBELtSCOHFIDEHCEIN llYUtII j Not a PcnnyiccdBcPdldUntWIt- Curca You of Catarrh uTJs vHypmel and becured of ca tarrh say Wood Campbell Weh reponsible business hpuse like this cOmes cut anil advertiscsthatByoviei will not coeta penny unless it does all that Is claimed for it it shows what remarkable cpufidenco they have in this scientific medical treatment A complete Hyo lei outfit consists of a neat inhaler that can be carried lu the pocket or purser a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and costs but SI The inhaler lasts a lifetime and when extra bottles of Hyomei are needed they can be obtained for 5f c The treatment idpea away wlth all disagreeable and dangerous stomach dosing BreVtthed through the Hyo mei inhaler fora few minutes tour times a day it impregnates every par ticle of air taken into the air passages and lungs with germkilling1 and healthglvihg balsams In this way it cuiesthe most chronic and deepsiat ed catarrhal t disease of the air jlas sageM and respia tory organsI The user is the sole judge whether Hjomei isto be paid lor of not Ifit does not help Wood Campbell will ctieerfully refund the LioiLey and It will not cost a penny fi Lowestt tiiteEter Mae too tic South vtrestt mttbc M IsMFiisco I Mem Are you interested If so get ready and take advantage of the lowest tate ever made to Arkan sas Texas nd Indian and OklA- homa Territories Tickets on sate from MeD phis St Lbul and Chicago Februarj 10th Much lstaud 18t1and April 5th andlptb Call on your near est ticket agnt or address I L I McGuiRE District Pas nger Agent f f Cincinnati Ohio ToNewSttcs President Roosevelt to day said ho would accept the two state bill suggested last session which be then opposed This would admit Oklahoma and the udian Territory as one State and Arizona and New Mexico as anotherfh lysunderstood here that this opositipn will be accepted by alflhel Territories and there is a strong possibility oft curing the legislation at Ibis session This twoState bill would divide the new Senators equally Oklaho ma and the Indian Territory combined being Democratic and Arizona and ew Mexico Re publican Chaises iIM Glrcilt Cit The Legislature has pwsed a bill changing the tiatHofbold lug Cirquit CourU ift thu dU trcU Unclr the pryiJ QM of e few L Jaw the courts in this couhfy will be held on the first Mondays in January Mayand September but as the law does not take effect until July there will be no pHIternifo i jn next month asusual and the next term will bogii on the first Monday in September There have been very few cases filed for this term of the court alJd1 ld theldderson News V WANTED SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE in t h Its County and adjoining territories to representand advertise an old estab islbed business house of solid financial standing Salary 52I Weekly with expeases paid eachMortdaytby chck from headquarters Expanses dd vahced and hoesernd buggy famished when necessary position permanent Address The Columbia 630 Monoh Bldg Chicago 2li6t Tile Raiuee Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abua ed E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Acer tain cure for Outs Burns JJruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are many counterfeits of this salve some of which aredangeronsj while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C DeW tt Co Chicago is on he box and a cure is certain Sold by all dmsrrists Washingtoncttcr I know the chip that ends thenews Ten thousindjCosiacks killed and woundedSWeve sunk another Uussiaa fleet Weve got Port Arthur surrounded At Cape Town ome three years ago That chap reported wondrous capers Invented British victories And sent to em to the London tpapers Yes it is impossible to get 4at the exact news fromuithe seat of war But one thing is certain the clangor of battle arouses the war spirit in all lands and awakens the tiger in the hart of man Eftriator ProctQr Of Ver mont Chairman of Military Affairs Committee vice Hawley permanently absent said yeser d yhIt is much easier to llaiinch the Army and Navy appropriation bills to smooth sailing when there is the smell of gunpowder inthe air 0 yes undoubtedly when the racket is pn it deprives men of their senses The corpu lent coudition of these txo measures indicates thathoi tei right two hundred millions off dollars for an armanent to keep the paace with j Fourth Assistant P M Geaq ral Bristows report on post office frauds wHich has beer sp highly commended by the President ani Congressional committees for thoroughness and impartiality now turns putto be a boomerang It has struck in Unexpected placds and connected many honorable names with those of Beavers Perry Heath Machen and the grafters More than 150 Senators and Representatives unexpectedly dtheir names in Bristows roll call and totheir delicate correspondence with the Post Office Department ii made public A shower of arrows was let loose in tbe House Of Representatives when the re port was read and they in all direction The consternation and indignation temporarily eclipsed the interest in the do mestic relations of the Mormons at the other ndof the Capitol It iis not pretnded that moe- than a small minority of this great number are guilty of violationsi of the law but nearly all have committed serious indis cretioris sOme of them inadyer tently aud the names of the virtuous arid the boodler are jn extrcably mixed The result ii that yells of rage atid screams of protest were heard yesterday and today sufficient toshaketK Capitol The Republican leader of Congress enonnce in vehement Ianguagethe Republican inltbejvoluminous even with calling theta blunder ers but declaring that an inten ton to smirch Congress driina tel the action and that it wjUfac one naember put it a blackmail ing scheme to nakeis lletttw departments aR ae Tkia after BOOB wilt hear afor a1ei11 outbursts uttdnoor orlesi hr teiiil explanal imtb JRC4tt4 iJIijI jiJ r 0J i THE OLD i7f p o r 114 1ffG 7POWDERAbsoIut a 1Hl 5 NO SlJ6STITlITfj i t wz 11fIt is a lucky thing for f torjReed moot that ka presidential election is iniltnrr nd Hilt toiorthree western stat lan turn the poiiUcal scale on W 1 other Such things b ttY ing t1iJiJMr Swo twill not ibe d of his seatctliia sessiorLof Q gies and te f 92ftt will base to smother their mdigna ttX fewtyears longer Tao 5tepublica1is Senators have cbflclutfed that discretion is mucbtbetter pf rfed valor even 5nthqmatteragfplu J ral wives and asthey have cone r xsjiso far into the jcase na cannot exactv see thV w1l f but ihey think it woulU b Wf1i to the Mrmonburchtoforth1thap I judgementjso they willfSffcic a i large subcoipmiUee ptLlito examine witnesses qllgumner a dand to report after the- kiential prcs 1 mjtsSSar electron is settlea I3Itts a public dOcSimentpVitfii Sllllie testimouylherepOrtcoftheSen ae Committee on the Jiprm Ti church Reed Smoot an jthe domestic rqlations of the Roso tles It will make five cart volumes and carTbe sentfhrongh the Snails without cosfc Bunder a flftnIrIt islikltopass through many editiousjsfnd be come as pqpujar vCqngs Nighc Thotfshts a hundred itsyears ago when people ltII misled by its iitlet t Ti II 1o1sCauEePii1oiliaSe One ot the teost remarkable cases cit colddeepseated outhit 1ungcaus ing pneumonia i thatMrs Gertrude Eli en 1er Marion rnd who1 en4 ftirely cuceii by the use of oWlHJnute CQug care She says TiccoughSing and draining O wcaked me that I rah down iu weigfi t fromM48 td 92 pounds IUied a nuubecpfeme di to BQ avail until I uged Qe1Jiin ute Cough Cure Four bottleloft thlf wonderful remedy cured tnMntirely f the coughstrength1enedjI371ltt1gJand eestorcd me t my normal weight j health and ktre1iffthij lr SoTa by aiL druggists sisd j lP MUJUnlslafl t ris r 8i Abtut fH I a year ago Mr J a toe Pratherbolit1idr Kendersou estate jurerfforJitt the old tU gate pike just out criot nfcHfpait 150 per are for ifrf making ja total offr 6jOtfO llitenty live acr sof this heputiyijpbaccoS Theyield frejnathis po iio was 45000 poundsnd he receiveol for it 10 cenis straight from Mr E W Hu ties iI TnVmadeja total of i5t 0 HeilsOlsold riff of the land SOOiwOrth olrtlmber This brought theiijtotajiup tola yiel ofJQPQgfq 1tPWlh veslrq Qf 2 IyiFiAtmer and Breeder f c L i H miiIftx a LJIXfI451iS WI-Ther g are iJw six flHMof smallpoxin HarrodsbuVj9t- he y suferers J1lIc91ouH JMI pie One of them is on Easttstreet J one on Ccrnish1iistret- on e jJf M one Rat Rowo e hear tii city poudhdc err tsc- oiorecl BaptislclThith1 Al bsv the disease in Board of ne tlglltfarti c eI b t rAj bUiht to De do il tlorJjf is ti onlywa y tlie diikitrnped 6HJIi S5S5 J if ntIir i iDtI I it I- iItyo1i t okidleana1itf Uis yOU M t1 tIIfe1p 1st kyoueat muthe getedtaltW 1 aM 5i4bth nerTel lMc4 tIasdeebtfOC bClflg expelled trout trwc 1RIiSIto the the p1yi4C1 45ie N- to dtMit iUt t jJtHtI o M s U4to tbs tte aDd pa e to- bISdOfl ol aIjIde4t1Lat ieIl die 1 W 1 emabe u uit1Ii0 p lj1 fLthhlltI5Ild trKtll gjvjngqealteL l3id by afrrtIrIlfitS r WNtWSEEADR- F 7I XVBBY TXUMDAT 1c4AY1ANIPIADVAPOE POIGPIRLDKY t t S LDAVIO Jr i cuahKJ p 2 i k4 JIMMeI 14 c j II UIMII 0 pMM sa peUtlelUef- pw jM k I at kk bit cub- wiuvr7tEeodiMTAtt MBC kuI d a llb rml I1 Qij4si sal niebltMtis t rupct- 8 dMeBJllt 7t w IbkMM otwlletl ICUO 1 1kYMARCH 17 1904 Wc arc MMriMto UJ10nnce the WMM frfrQBGl D PAROTT s a saiM te Ute Meof Sheriff TTiiiilid lty abject to the alit MM D w cratiQ party aXe1I03i T vTot kw tppcoprjating 15000 a j tir lor the SUt Fair narrow i1Cpt l bti r repealed in the iffWtUrf The people who aon t to kill the Kentucky State Fair wtrt prompttd by the ds trom r8llt brought about I y aanjgemeiit and grafts worked by the a1ang rs 01 the- Y fair at but yar at Owensboro- lM M l fkilling the fair which t jivkM frop rly managed is of jHnqMiiDMibte benfitto the JStitt a tfbrfr should be made to place the Management espec- Jftlly the ftiascial maiagement 1Ji1 the bamds of Men of known ritjwho will work cnscien d ItoMlj forUM SRQcess of the ex ihibiteo and who wsll not vote itbttvM salaries fQ r doiog- iugaotiiinfiJ and Who will not aliiow arntftf to exhaust all of- tbfada intended fur other purposes W venture to say that I there earn be found plenty of f J food LIa in the State who have the agricultural and live stock interests of Kentucky at heart r who will gladly give their servi ces free as officers and directors iot tfce fjiir andwho will do tbe t work coficientiously and well Le tbe fair go on but lets hdve- cSange in the management rra 1TI Farmers Home Journal r publishes very feelisg editorial ism week protesting against the ti yasMge of the bill to repeal tbe 1r 15000 annual appropriation for i tbe State fair If the Farmers fsso Journal expects to con t1u to work the same game in coraenog practically all of the advertising of the fair as it has doveia iepast it has reason to jis alarmed at the prospects of Ihving a gpod thing taken away Grails came near proving the It toatti of the Stale Fair AsioBg the important bills I pisaUn the closing hburs of tbe Kentucky Legislature is one which provides for the submit ting to a vote of the people at the November election 1905 the question of returning to the oldl Viva voce way of voting thusdo ng away with the secret ballot wbe bill was fostered by the 1 eraticmajoritv and passed Tthe House by sir ct party vote Tb menber5 of the commit r tie appouted itO investigate the Globe Printing Cos graft 1 vWkerelm the State was robbed r11t25G00 In printing contracts f kMa minoiity repot t and cctaally charges the Printing F Commissioners pith neglecting to investigate the overcharges This is horrible gentlemen hor 7 ibis 1he Corfer Journals Fra- nkI fort oorrPQbde1t is autnority ftr ibs statement that Hon C C kcCfcord iM the author of the bill wtaktajptfaedbothM Houses tp ipriaUBr 120000 for the rtzikw of taotbtr Monument to Wilbtp Gctbel I t Ts4IEtmc L t ll tko laws are ored 1 bithe tirekts little workers k1k Xiars l ew Life Pills ittbas ate always at work j day curlsg Indige i YBUio Constipatin te j lick HedadM and all Stomach rand Bowel troubk Easy Mes re Ollj25cat I plaI r i HH WMifHWHie i ei ahss a fcM- I miW iiHli OOU1i jI t News From The Gounty t I I HajipMiIitJifi Ama the ounty PcplcI ilI as Reported by our orrestdent tWUIisbiir Jane Suttotirpf iMcAffee spehj Saturday and Sunday with his parents Dr W L Wells and Harold Brown of Louisville are at the hjme alA B Wells V We are glad to report the sick folks beterjn out midst Joel Noel of Brooksville en tertained his friends at the home of Laie Harlots on last Thurs day evening Music and dancing was the progam- T JTrent and family Pleas ant Groves tt ndel cljurch itere Sunday and were ihe guest of his mother Mrs J M Trent Prof Erastn Brown closed his school at this place last Fri day The Sunday School workers express their thrinkfc to their Su perintendent iin presenting Their medals to them on last Sunday Merritt Burton of Mackville was the guest of Wm Sutton on last Sunday Ed Crouch has removedton the farm of T J Miller Quite a number of the Books ville boys were in our town last Sunday j t Mrs 3 B rouch Dora Crouch of this place and Mis Pearl Lynch of Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday with W L Keeling near PuJHam Fred Sutherlandl had the mis fortune of hurting one of his eyes while sphting wood one day t last week it B Poulter isou the sIcki tlISt rear town Mr Johnnie Browns remains were brought Here last Saturday to be deposited in the Fairview cemetery He was 84 years of age Only one sister and a host of relatives are left to mourn his loss his father and mother hav ing died several years ago Mr and JJrs U G Scroghan were in Harrqdsburg lust Satur day 0 r Canary 1 J A Hardin bought of 1bq Canary a nice horse for 125 Lee Hiatt bought a cow and cart from Thac Anderson Jr for34 Miss Molli B Taylori is very sick with grip Mrs J W Log d nisi yery sickVith pleurisy Mrs Lee Hiatt and Mrs W A Barker ind Sadie Fenwick visi ted the family of HS Litsey one day jlast week Mrs Elvin Yeast is sick with grip El in Yeast sold a nce horaC Job L Brewer for 65 John Barker is sick with grip Mr arid Mrs G W Robertson BrnckTYeast Sunday last Mr and Mrs Will Bohaccn have returned home alter visit ing friends at Danville S S 3oodlet visited the lami ly OfGW Robertson Saturday night MdORESVILLE Mr Geoy Andrews has pur chased a lot from Dr J N She han for S100 and one from M E Troutmari for 50 and will erect a nice cottage this summer We are having delightful win tea weather V IMrs Capt Andrews is on the sick list Kra E G BobHt is visiting her parents this week Mw Rexio Wakefielddeparted this ure Sunday March 13 1904 at9 o clock a mShp leaves five sons and two daughters be sides a large host of friends and relativesto mourn her untiraejy death Interment at Camp Ground cemeteryvthe following day It was her rcqst that no funeral services be held which was carried QutPeacetoher ashes The sale of Mrs Susan Goatley was well attended Everything Bought fair prices A large crowd was in attendance and Sam Anderson and REi Mulli handswIIJhisw rather tough weather on little chicks Mr Wm Svreeneys youngest child is serkuly ill with bron chial troubleSThe beautiful snow is with us but wfc hore Spring willsoon 9eulIg iPf tJC Mr MOSSOf Springfield bought 15000 pounds of tobacco from Mrs Edith Duncan of Bloomfield at81 per p iind aValley Hill Spinfg has opened and the farm rs fare wearing a smile that will riot come off if the grain comasout and looks better but the prospects are slim in this vicinity for a wheat crop but the rye looks moderately wel and the prospects are that we Will have about such a crop as that of 1901 aud 1902 The measels patients are all much improved but theo are several who are expcctifag tto have itat any time Mrs Tyler visited her daujEh ter Mrs Ben Janes last week Mr EdwardGoatleyandwife- visited at the home of Mr Tom Virgin last week Hubert Virgin and sister visited their sister Mrs Edwdrd Goatley Saturday and Sunday Mrs N M Weakley arid Mrs S H Weakley algo a Mr Tingle are quite ill of pneumonia We are glad to report the lam ilyof Hugh Goatley much im proved John Janes of Louisville lSI visiting at the home of his Mrs J L Moran Jeff Goat ey wtib hasllbeen attending school at town was forced to stop on account of severe illness last we k Dame Rumor reports a wedding for us iuthe neat future Who fTTylerl of near Willisburg has removed to the farm of Mr1 Tom ClarksOn W lliam Moran is quite ill of the the measles There has been more sickness in this viqkiity this winter than vtLs ever IfIown before Mrasles ia grippe wheoping cough ty phoid fever and pneumonia have been the prevailing disease Several of our farrriers have sown their grass seed and are ibinlnrig they are much damaged by the last freeze Mrs Palmer Goatley returned home last week from the home dl Mr Wash Tucker where she attended four1 cases of measels She reports them much improved t j f JM H Jones Co have a produce wagon passing through this reclion every Thursday w6 wish them isucqess in their un dertaking The Groye has a Ispicy corres pondent and we hope he will con tin ue asSve liketthe Grove news The death Angel has again visited our neighborhood and taken therefrom a most Honor able and upright cflzen Johne RrQwn Pneumona was the im mediate cause of his death but lie had been in failing health for a number of years Tne deceased was about 33 years of agand hast Resided in Washingtofi coun ty since his birth He leaves onesisterL Mrs Chas Lewis apd a host of friends and relatives to mourn his death which took place Friday morning at 1115 Interment Saturday at Willis burg at 1 pm Born to the wife of Wallace Seay on t he 8th an 8lb girL James Goatley the grandfather is all smiles Mrs 10 Tatum is quite ill at this writing as is T A Tatum Mary Bowman the little dau ghter of Mr and Mrs C L Grundy isquite ill of the measels Charlie Trentand Pete tihehan were in iour midst Sunday last tt Lguess the readers Will cons der this letter asick list in stead of a neyvs report UNO IliUsboro Measles Sand pneumonia are prevaijing throughout this vicin ity each with quite number of victims Our boys are very glad that the grand jury is over so they will not have to be on the dodge The boys say that iti was a very unpleasant place for them as so unaoy questions wjre asked them and concerning things they did not love to talk about It is plain that our new Common wealth Attorney is going to make jt hard on the lac breakers and wei wish him welLin his work We noticed in tne Pulliam letter aitwigeks ago that C Uj Foster was a candidate for mat rimony and needed only one yote Jor election We ha ve been re quested to say that Mr Foster will certainly be elected for one lady in this community is going to cast her vote for him and we know that Mr Foster will be greatly pleased as wolU as honored by this vote Thearmers are setting much behind ith their workJ and are very much in some fair weather to sow oats arid begin plowing The wheat top wilt be a failure here and many fields will be sown In 08 if the weather will permit tsI An infant child of Mr and Mrs Fonza Settles is dangerous Ily ill with pneumonia with little chances for its recovery Mr Settles is also sick with the same trOubleSCapt Settles has returned from a trip in the northern part of the county where he had been in the interest of his race for Coroner and judging from the many broad smiles he is wearing he must have met with a hearty reception and given a strong en conragementinhis race for office Dan Rogers and Geo Wright sold their tobacco to Mr Arm srong fur 7c Sottle Inman sold their crop of 7000 Ibs to Mr Moss for 8c1 whoIdays is improving Rev Hobbs and wife of Mack vilie visited the tmilyof Z P Leachman last week Evan Annstrorg one of our popular young men left last week for Illinois We are sorry to see him go as he was one of the bestjplayeis thatt belonged to our ball team anl was fast coming to the frpnt as a pitcher We are glad to see that our Valley Hill correspondent is so much interested in behalf of good roads He has offered some valuable suggestionsL if carried out would put our roads in far bettor condition and his writing has also called forth opinions jrom others and it is to he hope4 that he will deep up the battle until he has created au interest in the minds of all the readers ef the NEWS LEADER that they will take steps lna so1id philanx toward repairing the roads and we trust it will be done soon for after traveling oyer almost the entire county no one would appreciate gocd roads more than Lilac Prof J T Prather and wife visitedi i relatives in the Willisburg community Satui day and Sunday Mr Prather has been employed to teach the Rock Bridge scjiool for the third consecutive ltprm This speaks well fr him asa teacher The schopl here sfar as we know has had no applica lion It is a fairly good school in the way of pupils and the best qhildren any teacher ever taught and we do not see why some of our teachers arenot laying Messrs Mctlvoy and Armstrong a visit for we know they would be glad to see them So teachers get a hustle on and come around and see the boys LILAC Pleasant Grove Mr and Mrs L I Martin gave the young folks a part Von last Wednesday evening Those pres enter Misses Rena Yanke i Dragging Pains 2825 Keeley St i CIUCAOO ILL OctM 2 1902II suffered with falling 1getionpains through the groins I suf lered terribly at the time of men struation him blindingheadachea and rushing of blood to the brain What to try knew not for it earned that I had tried all and failed but had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women found it p calt to take and soon knew that I bad the right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles 1 was a welt woman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by taking Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she iis pa the road to health lor adrk Tfei reauijing special directions addmt jfmf symptoms The Ladies Adv oly flepirtm eiit The CMltaBoop Medicine Co Ckattaoogs5Teiz WIIeCIADUJo J = Elizabeth Mae Gregory Je Leachman Davies InieII Elma ueachman aid Elizabeth Thompson j Messrs Duncan Leachman Dr Redman Williams Robert Car ic 0 N P Thompson Jr and Erastus Trent Frank Willettis out again afoI a three weeks confinement with the measles Little Raymond and Katie Shewmaker are seriouslyill with pnemonia Miss Elma L ac man lleft last Saturday for Louisville where she will make her future home regret very much to know 1We can have Elma with us no moreJ F Gregory and children returned home Saturday from a isit toBoylecoulty IMis3 Graham VanArsdall a very popular young lady othe Grove visited in L2baoon llast week Little Mitt Leachman seems to be yery unfortunate this winti r Just ashe was recovering from a wound caused by the accident al discharge of a pistol he was taken down with the measles Elvis Settlesis out again fr m a spell of typhoid f ver J D Shehan is oh the sck list this weetr Miss Martha Shewmaker iis visitinig at the home of Mr Gabe Shewmaker rtbanonVasbusiness Mr Nat Thompson and sister Miss Elizabeth were the geusts of Dr J H Hopper andofMackville last Sunday Ii certainly is a great pleasure for the correspondent of this place to take tho advantage of a tew moments each week and jot down the social and busines happening of the corrm unit ta d we know that this is all that is asked for by both the editor of this paper and its good readeis It is not the good subscribers or editor who xpect more but the knockers and thyot course expect you to write a Grays Elogj or Something similar possibly a ccmplete history of the Roman Empire So if it wouJd please these knockers to say less about these little efforts and watch more clo ely after their own duo ty we would very much apprci ate it Messrs Wathan Simms Wm Robertson dud Harry Reed of Springfield were in our midst Sunday afternoon These members of the association of grocery clerks seem to be very much interested in the affairs of the Grove r Tie unfavorable weather is retarding the famers in their work CASTORIAFor InutSvahd CHildren Till Kind You HaVi Ajways Bought Bearsthed Signature uf Jensqnf vnI Bern to the wjfe ofLayon the 7ih a G pound girl MD L Cocanou hJr and Sr are on the sick lis Houston Green sold tto Quinton Paddock his farm for 500 on the Bib Mrs Soplija Alford is sick with measles Mrs Bob Co un tire of Juc lion City is visiting her fatfteri Jas T Milburn at tns place Mrs Jane Ybvnjj wife of lien ry Young of Bojle county died at their home the 11th at 11 oclock mSbe was a daughter of G T Kimberlin cf this place1 So was married to Mr Young the 2nd day of April 1899 wJsbornthreeidays Mrs Young las ben a devout member of tbe Christian church for twenty years Her remains were laid to rest in the Bethlehem cemetery funeral services were conducted by Rev Felix of Springfield in tile presence of a largel audience ol sor rowing and sympathetic friends May the blessings of heaven rest with the bereaved ones W H Harmon who his been sick fer severall weeks remains very lowe Ed Cocanougher is sick at this wrlIPgot Ti ItSayedHisleidS ralelGaa runing s6re on LisI leg but writes that Buckles i ipfivePiles its the best salve irltba world Cur guaranteed Ouly 25cts Sold by OJ Eay don druggistpr Ji l Scle Agents for 1 Old Hickory and Studebaker Wagons Iii 4a i j L Buggies FARMSUPLIESRIFIEL ai Fi lttloods i We handle i fall giktosuit r tthe purchaser BIlllsldePIow g i Call of Harness orarsI Work Gear Buggy Vs i t ltw ISEEDQATS ash Paid for HIDES and FURS LlverPillsThats what you need some thing to cure your biliousness and regulate your Bowels You heed Ayers Pills Vegetable gently laxativerObeldau Co Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown oj rlchblac- kBLJCKENGHAMS Use nrrr or nncccisrs p a co GARDENS OF THE ALCAZAR J One of Their Greatest Charm lathe Apimrcnt LacU of CultIvation The gtirdeu of te Alcazar one garden composed o scrcial each opes Ing Into the other bj steps descending from n teiTace or tlirough crches in marble or living green All thegardcns ara surrounded with wonderful hedges of uiyitle Juniper or box If the gardens of thp Alcazar should be stripped of all but their hedges palm trees and magnolias they would still be 1boit woriderf In some places waUs nboqfr eight feet In height separate the gardens aud against these walls are trained orange anti peach tree with a tangle of ins mine and roses cllmbirig among them tis they II1ln fact tile flowers grown such cafeless and natural profusion and there Is seemingly o little cultiva tion that one might almost think the hqc of a gardener had not visited the place for ahundrea years ThiS vcry carelessness was one iof the greatest charms of the place and added to the effect of age that clun to everything Modern gardeners vrpuid stand aghast rt such apparent iieglejct I rqcognfeed that tIre very lack of nioderif care was artistic and suitable and yet wondered ire plate vcrc mIne whether I could forbear the use of shears trowel and floe The hedges wore trimmed These with some orI tinge trees growing In a loUd green along some llftjy ftet of wall and reaching toj die alone shears bore signs of the mussotff The flower beds rtcrc of shapes Dlled ithn jtangled mass ottflowers uid always Surrounded ft box And such bojdj My heart sank within me when I thought of the box in my garden at homej vherc not even a hundred iulld winters and a hundred rainy summers could Jglyo growth liku the smallest of that ntj tle Alcazar The bouquet that Is ieoialdere l In Se i vlilo as a model qf bent and elegant was to our eyes a moist hideous thing l InS shape like a pyramid about COllII teen inches high It was formed Yc11Sj t toning a mngnorta bud to the top of nI smooth round stick und then winding flowers tightly around the stick each succeeding row becoming larger so that at the bottom rtbe bouquet was probably two fectiaround It was aii frequent sIght to ave two men carrying IIt1oel1II heads down from the poieScrlbuerst lnzzicd IiI Tntors It Lord Ayebury better known as Sit John Lubbock was a naturalist evelitasa schoolboy at Eton In his day there hpwevcr the Instructors cared Itor nothing except the classics and 1111blsAt that time mon boys especially if they were quick at writing ver8eMafldf learning by heart had mozi- lsure than they have now I devoted ajgood deal qf mine to natural history iIandgeologjv in spite of the remon stranccs of my tutor who thbucht that t CommissionersSale f L MTUrner c puts j va Eqnlt Fannie Randolph c dfts 1By virtue of a judgment and oderIof sale of tho Waohlngton circuit court rendered at the February term thereof 1904 in the above cause 1i shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door n Sprlngflield Ky t ON MONDAY IIARCH 28 1904 at 2 Oclock pmVor thereabout be ing county court day to the highest bidder at public apction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following I described property towit A tract of land liVinjr in Washington county Ky on the waters of the Dcccii Fork and bounded as follows Ou the East by the land of James B Mitchell on tho North by thelands of Mrs Rowe and Best on the West by thV lands fofIorace Liteey and on the South by the Iqnds of Cocau ougher and Joseph Vhayne contain- Ing about 268 acres being leland npwbelongin to he heir of jamuel Turner and known as tbi Sam Mpritgomery farm For the purchase price t epnr approvedjbond liearlng legal interest from ute ot sale until paidanff having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidder will bo required to comply with these terms fGlLEA9IIMlN MCwcc Headquarters for altt J 0 J Rhone NojSO frqrct fnkets TornaJoDisc HarroisiY CM1M 6Ri e Gpborlunilieis FOR Capitalists Investors Homeseekers aleng the lines of the r fl IIIROI I and MOIJITAP ROUTE l Iw i Great t i r vyvv Direct lines t Kansas Indian i territory Louisiana and Texas 1j Though Pullman Sleeping Free Reclining Chjir Cars i flomeaeekers Excursions first aid third T edaysiol each BOitk I I Descriptive literature fq sate on applfcation HCi TOWNSEND l1i G 4fATTEWSPTTt Genl Passenger and Ticket 4gent PasscngerAge4 ST OUISj Ki ic mignc iinvc ut4pti potter occupied on the classics On one occasion we were pratbememy tutor sent for me iud askodLmo confidential vlscth r it irns all true Frduiwlmt lie saltl I luferredftmvt they rather siispaifcd 1 ivas quizzing tlum Iud doubted er to commend or to J Cat Pond oi Pure SI liave elton wondered it nIl cats like olives remarked a woman who Is very fond of the feline tribe 4lll mine do and I have sIx Olives are usually an acquired1 taste wIth the Un rued hut cats seem to take to Imun naturally at llegistl mine do An is t any one of them tuto par oif Joy They will leave milk cr fish or any other article of food for It purring and rolling over it much cs though It might have the Intoxicat injr effect of catnip beore they finally 0111othcrrcntsinhnvo found them equally appreciative only they prefer their olives cut up in to pieces =Philadelphia v RC9nj Fytej thcj Event v t oc here siiid tiecity caitorUI wish you would get awayfrotn trite IlId expressions u jnuch as possible acerIlllence was opprcsslvq Now thintIis- aying That Ms especially apropos replied the dignified pfis person it was tt meeting composed entirely of women Cincinnati TlraesStur PU ale Sucre Coucl lon Papa piped little Willie which IsiIt better to eabIgtooi in a ttttlo puddle or a little tIDal In a blgpuddte Its better to be a big ioad in a big puddle ausvr ered the ambitious ther Detroit FrooPreaai inI ub utit1 1 I NojddiOn the inipulseo the moment tbq other night rtold mywlfean aw rut mid got caught Tpdd Serfes you rigHt Every lie a mail tclls hls tvife pusht to bo peiid1tatUfe j 4 soft Yes lie de IarecljI thlIkdne I iTi3 4n 1n like the thlnii Uatnnfc You must have keen brou iifcap juarshinullows she spg sstsxl CSiicc go IlecovdKeraUL i v J I A DlshopX Rebuke Blsboi Dudley pf RenthckyconkJ 7adminIsteroccasions lie took care to see tliatilw point was plain Qne of the wcnlUiieiitf members of his church as well as of the closest told him he was ffoig abroad I11m ve never been on tile ocean ho saM to the bishop and I duld like to know something that will keep from getting seasick meI Yon might swpllow a nickel reIsponded the blsbop YouJI never give batup II Early Risers r TIE FAMOUS LITTLE FILLS 1 For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all trouble atfs t Ing from an Inactive or sluggish liver DoWUls Utile Early Risers are un equalled They act promptly and n ver gripe They are so dainty thafltls a pleasure t to take them One to two act as a mild iazatlvs two or four act as a pleasant ard elfectlve cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely liarmisu They tonic th liver PPARXDQs- LYwzciiw1tt 09 C3iiI- La t We selJ Coal in rrA Quaritity t ausheloC nl tq = aqqex llj Oliver JTbfsj f Southwest System Missouri Arkansas maps and Ii gravcnpg LOUISVILLE bet flogine LOVE OF FIGHTINGI I5eena to n T2Ion In Jivc nse Human Bcln tWe are nil fond of Cgbltng hat ift we airfare to look at n light an i soirio of us like to be Ih fight Bui werU l love to see onci These ace some fpjJer aisthetic and hyper reOned liun abw of bOth sexes Yto think they do i ot like to see a fight gbnjs ct 1lw ii zctualIy JjalioyCx they are sincere iBiotvdejp dom ia the average man iuid Foul ln the love of fight exista It i iugrainsdf ffls ugeuitnl Itis JlJbc uiuani ba by When lie screams tsqjua ts mil kicks If his vill Is thwrtcd1Iie s fight r lug fu So with iliesaare baby when grown np into a bgylip puns his Uttls srster3 hair it i3paitlyperhfips tUe lo cpr fighting iisffl parlyperliaps the ton glias palp for cruelty 5il1 csenis to be part of the makeup of the humun animal After little brother 3as liif- L3hcd pulllns little sisters haIr mid has dried her eyes sCe bopticai her dounMl tcSilngs by lUllIpg off flies VlngaPr legs or4 pinching the cats tail fonder a rockliig chair Of tIii higher ttiisuts of juvenile cruelty to w ilcb her L rathJrtlssfi1n If Uesjtjro cats to gptljor ify thdhr taflu ter 4 ciothcsl uio nothlggIsjleftbnti t IVe Fill not speak Wiled brotiirgoes to ctooi and then to ciiilec irhptieTlt be td thcSEnsllshi puWIc schooll or to the American phHHc scboell re IUbHrlc oajclr oUer only in name to Ute acg euiy to the preparatory pcliool tp the niiversjty specililybcicomcs past mist it Incru Ihe InJnwst ot thos instltiitibna liq fight LIng exlst Ln dvcrytOl lego hii 4hc country Evc u thb United gtatos gbvcruinsnt canuo stamp It gut at West point find AnjiapqHs In both thoac Institutions fist Ilght under price urItbc1bn t iiigstout bC1rtt tahartl fihtcrs 9t Sour ntniy and uavj pflfcjcrs To tchose Vthq object to these battles the uwsm Sv rablc reply rls that the boys are there to lloam to fight and that the xvay to learn to fight la to agltSanFrau Cisco Argonaut WAY8RE W SQOM iOpportunfty tiiecrehni of tlmej j 4 Self cbuqnest the greate lofvlc torles Thepiore you say the Jlesshcoflo ire member 1j iJanotljeVrf tears are the a me in all fl1ngucs iDg liet of crC9itnIl + world 1 tttsmoi 1r fubletoren 6ne man thsn tenTjooksv A man cannot go whero It salutation cannot likIi iiILfl s v nIi more Use to pan a goD u i whicli lpiiffs hlmtip 1yrlthprlte In the conduct pf life habit counts for inorc than maxim because Habit Jf JJlap4tnstfn r rIIhe IfCzn CJto nett A forolgu aiobloiiicii whojjfc report li1fiteqpta eardsljiJ o1jOtrl uiuniii- itth5 a ccaivihl io ti null all went iie y ilsimarirae ie1112 If grew la3eailic4iiW G eiil byth 1JartttPLl tliJ I ciir fl1stnw pon otthlousceat Not ntn1f gentlemea nott ta11f Play 4s long as you vJroCII a lcstt hore said the iiiaster of the mrtHslciif llo gentlemen play as JrtarJa o please saul a sIlveryj voice CUlt rose Immediately as tthis UnIiItee befere them But as It after Ic1ock the csarIg goInz to JMKLu ITit7w IpGJNNINGHHMI J DUNGHN JI s JlO 1ft jIKitilading land theLargest DRY GOODS MrdlW fri M ri j i town are Shbwirig ti 1Larget- r 1t i I l r Slo Sic ofMerejhandise ever shown in this Market 7 V T rs qilI It I 1 i4IIit J IiojJVQoJVoiie8 35c to r Wool Etamines 50c to L25l IJ Wool Mohairs 35c to 15O Wooll Serge BOc to 125 Scotch Novelties 5Oc to 125 we are showing all of the above goods ijn Black and Colors 1 Cotton Voiles and Cotton Scotch 3 j i i I the c i Jrf s v 1i I r r r a i t V 0 t t w t rS t J 7 raM rM sail ra srlc CemteBtlca lint It Wits aBcnil Ecat Herrniann IIlvlji Iv n book on music rEin4 muIciqna tc1l3 ILla stoyy Once I reniiubcr urkiarJ4 of four was Join cd by Tama no vLcn the celebrated tltallan teacr was plajInj Otcllo at4 ilieLyetmni 1enl Iwd supper to gothcr utter the perfonuaiico and were Ihllic Jolllcst of uiocds Adinngno bad a Blight coJJ on tUe chest bt protested that It luaiTe no dJEfdr uee whatever in the singing quality of his head tones Upon Jbs Lassalle offered to wager that he could slng blghcr with his 0 fafsetto than Tamagno with his voce dl petto lbc challenge was accepted and tor bwlthfthc two began a vocal duet tlie HJce of which I am certain II hall nereij beat again Out came Ta I mngno sand n flats as quI ldyres- apondcdi t6 wIth the falsetto cqulva- lents ftom Lassalles stuidy throat a Then the Italian went one better and the Frenchm h In order as be said to help himself up the scale mounted lila elm r and emitted the B nnturalI y Trhereuiqn Tamagn6 also stood uponI his din rand brought out not only a v blghC but n ringing D flat Lassalle for mounting the table but thl3 being ruled1 out as an Unfair ad t I vantage over a iess athletic opponent be prpci eded to pet the necessary notes from tne eminence of hIs chair amid terrlflc applause from the rest of the comparn now made n dau fc faD natural l but did not boldll r 8ucceec as Lassalle fared no bqt a ter heatV we pronounced f7 the result a deadI 1LO IGSTREETS ORDERS 1 t The way III Soldiers ManaK a to Evade Them ir Gericjnl Longstreet used to tell it good many torles to show that the men of his command always treated captured Union feoldlcrs with as much consldera 4 tI9Parld kindness as was possible un dci the circumstances He said Sluis orders i on this point were Very thatll 4 strict dud he never Unev any of Ms- men to disobey As he went on to ex how proud he was of the record 40 of his men on this point a listener emc ployed In one of the departmental t J Washington interrupted him r Undoubiedly your orders were strict ttc general5 fie said but I happen toV i know that they were evaded For exj ample in cast Tennessee you ordered your men to respect tile belongings of I prisoners and this is the way some ot3 them did itc I wore a good pair of nrmy 1 shoes nearly new One day a goodC aaturod fellow In gras with no shoes iJo spcik of walked along our line look- lng 1ntdnt1y nt the shoos or the cap- fI mati spot who steals any thing from prison r To save my life wont yo aItradehoes with me For I must them hoeS Of course I traded did other prisoners At t ala Longstreet smiled but InsistI ed that tie story didnt prove any 4Ithing f j bifllcclt norcclmclc Feat The e areiio better horsemen In the V world than the caiairy1 officers pf the i Italia i army yet even among them I there are very few who could perform the frat recently achieved by one of theiuS4To run an ordinary foot race is easy cnoujihi hut to run at full speed for 4cieveiui hundred yards holding in one 0 lIandi a spoon on which rests an egg anS ita reach the goal without dropping V ihe dgg Is n tent which must be prac iiccil carcfxilly n IQug time before It i lcan lie performed successfully and as- n result there are not many who can Ibesure of accomplishing it whenever t2 r they try Great therefore was the v urrrise when an Italian officer mount- cd en horseback performed this diai cicult feat Moreover ho selected aIcourse In which there were two j thrqc high fences and these lie cleared l at full gallop withoutiosing the egg pJMile said PrJJaeatal7 hc could jvyou tt whispered the first daujjbter He said ryou In the Ve4iato your eyes he was inpved by ant TefilaUble Impulse and Simply had vktaftqrdu Qd be smiled the second congress t aiaas daughter who raf listening withsonje Interest to the apology thus v lbeing ajadedfiw thQ boldness of the fcaa4sote emiui of the other girL rj l rcs4jlle said tt was your eyes that Wiife He f sli blI kate teoee around and if M1Ict the miitetM c that meeting qIfte eyi visa WiM H got 1t1 j4J1sd1Z fh zwc 4niQgroWing twri yii pier sear 0 llew SpiingSWash JFabrics For Shut Waists pud Waist Suits LlM and EMBROIDER ES Beautiful line of Dress Trimmings in Chiffon Silk Braid Bands Medallions Fancy Buttons I4Ialways ffuaranteeiijff dealrng and treatmentr lfiW1 GUNNlNGHK7y DUNCAN Springfield KYi VvVraHnaT bYt1k KaUaj Shut WILILISBURGj e ffISI Something of the Early History and the Business Interests of One of Washington Countys t Thriving VjJlagesi f 1 IT frASiSETTLED YEARS AGO About seventhfive years go MattYocum came to this county and located on ta large tract of land purchased by1 him 12 miles North of Springfield wich in Willis1brg probl8obYiin the county and from it made powdar to supply hi customers Mr Yocum also in addition io this ran a small distillery A long about this time came the Coulters Farriss Hughes Milers Mcllvoys whose dependants ate among the lbest citizens of the county TDC little town was first known as Peola and contin ued by that name for several years Afterwards the name of Peola was changed to Willisburg the llast name bsins desired from a faaiily of Willises who were living there a that time While Willisburg has no rail road rivkor chain of Jakes to send forth to the world tne products raised from the fertile soils of the mirronnding farms there is no place of its siza whose mer chants Scan boast pf of a better businesss Towns have been boomed aid made n a single day only to drop from the eyes ot the world in the same time but the louDdedfseventy years ago s sleadily rown on and on until today it is one of tbei best busi nes centers in the county The cotlrtry around is thickly settf d with a class of progressive cti zen When the time comes to choose our officers for the county thji eyes of the people are turned in that direction ami the uneasy candidate anxiously ajvaits the returns of the Wi1lsborgdis trict Willisburg can boast of furnishing her county ancl other counties with her share of offi cers who have filled their places with honor to themselves and their constituents Few abler men ever represented Washington county in the Kentucky Legislature than the Hon Thomas R Phelps now an ait ovr n yat Harrodsbtlrj a staunch land true disciple of Dein locracy lie wasever willing ad oatlwhen bis servicei was neededS his partys interest demanded it The don Jphri Yocum aJso served his samepositionmonument to be proud of Ber ry Scruggs gh tar from the county seat was by a large ma jority the eIchoiceIcould not batelallen ont a batte- rrnaifor Ife served them in that position for a number of years wittvct ditto himself and coun- tt lJ R D Rjle another of her 5citi has seived as Deputy Siter ti and later a justice of the Ft c r Hewas aa Deputy Shpr itf f U yea by Capt John W Rur thatlp tlbei tl C PJlack now representing Mer cer county inline Legislature and who is a probable candidate9 for Sqnatorfrom that district when it comes Mercers time to select p man Another worthy son is Lieut JW O Reed now in the Philip pine Elands and we dare say ll1JDgroungman association of homo and friends to flght uabtttles of his cotttt try in a foreign land than jie Yet another worthy son is Prof George w Colvin who is at the ISchoolandtheI Republicans as t heir candidate for CtIngressthis fallto We can rightly say that there Is not a more popular young man in the county t nnbeahlet energetic auld obliging he has bright pros pects ahead One other of whoin Willisburg is justly pro d is Prof Robert A Burton Superin tendent of Schools of Sidby I county whoso manneVof filling his office of trust cannot but help meet with a belterward Not only these fewmentioned but there are many others on whom honer has been lavishly but not unjustly bestowed ITS BUSINESS INTERESTS WilHsburghas three large gen eral stores which are doing a thriving business They arc cotfductedby A B Wells Dr Sutherland 4Son and J5 MIr Trent Mr Wells tIa one of the most successful merchants of the countyand in connection with his store he runs a first class h tel where travelers always find 01 hearty welcome and a royal en tortammeut Tho store of Dr Sutherland and son is mairila managed by hiseon Ed and aI more gentlemanly fellow of great ambition is npi to be found He has theghtUp and get there which shows him a winner in the business calling ho has selected The other store is managed by J M Trent iRis plettsrnt man ner attention to business and J honest upright dealing with the jzens have gained for him their respect and eonfidende It iis said once ia his store one novefj 1leaves1 nice purchase They are enjoy ing tiiarge and increasing tradeS and they well deserve more for their efforts to please The llarge flpur mill was built byJC Burns about threp years ago and at present is mantled by Burns and Cfaeatbam and more suitable men for the business ard not to be fo nit Their lllour and meal are unsurpassed br any and are enjoying a ready sale through out Washington Anderson Nel sou and Mefcar counties A iuchas5 in the at w elr ot Clothing We handle Schloss Bros Co Clothing for Men None finer made Prices 81250 to SJ8J The celebrated brand of V elI worth Clothing tQSI5i and the famous Perfection1 clothing for BoyS and Children With these lines of clothingXwe can please all We asl you to sete j hUIplaIn 2000 bushels of wheat and 5QO barrels of corn will give the pub He acknowledge of wjmt the mill is doing The sound of the hammer on the anvil spaak th jros perity in teir Jline off work 1nd j the canvass tobacco beds that maybe seen surrounding the hVn indic3Cae that the large I crop of last year will be eclipsed tlJls year PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS The cu Szens of WillSsburg can prde themselves on having a modern two story school build ing which is located on a beuti ful eminecce surrounded by shade tree tis one ot the best schools in the county and is underthe maujjgemeniofpibf E E Brown who is a scholarly gentleman possessing indusry to accomplish everything undertaken and his noble traits of character and ambitious qualities stamp him as an educational workex The Christian Church of Willisburg is the pride of evAi cry citizen situated at the edge town and above10f towering high adjoining buildiLgs it com mands a view from tne surround obljectThe Rev W A Walden of Lancaster one of the leading preach ers of thb State is the present minister As a pastor he is sym pathetic vigilant and untiring and the congregation is being greatly built up by his labor1 rue Sunday School is in flourish ing condition anl always has a good report for the District Conventions There maybe schools that will out number it intte way of pupil but none will surpass it fcr interest and enthusiasm and faithful ieorkers One other thing may truthfully be sad of Willisburg that its people are as hospitable as you no1kfirst gained the reputation for being the most hospitable State in the Union but we are inclined believe that it was named toI travelers wno visited the homejs lof Willisburg There is always welcomorbe in a hurryrBe sura come again that makes a person thrill all otfer with gladnesss Many otherythings may rightly and truthfully bo saU of the beautifuf little town acd its peo pie but for want of time and space wo bring our letter to a close LILAC l13 Reward 100 TliWeaders of this paper wilt be pttsased to learn that there is at least dn dreaded disease that science has bccii able to cure In all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh C ure Is the only positive cure now known to tbemedical fraternity Catarrhbe jug a constitutional disease requires constitutional treatment I Halls Catarrh Care is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and asf fclstinV nature in doing its work The proptietors have somuoo faith in its dura tire powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars Jor any case that it fails tocure Send for list of teatime nials Adress F J OHIJNEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 7oc Take Halls KamUy Pills for constl Cation The Jtfnrch lamb is here 4jho liQii is on its wpy iTnAM SP1NGS t hof Newsy Notes Pron the Nlrtll INd f tilec Coiiity R C Pinkstx sold 6 head of calves lo Jpbn Casey of Polin for 15 per bead and bought from the litter 24 head of sheep at 025 pejri head Farmers if this section have begrn plo injj and doing their spring work Mr Claud Gribamson of Mr BerIer of this yicinityi were quietly married at the home of the bride r lFcbiuary7tbI of near Kirkland spent last Sunday with his brother JB Jenkins Born to tbe wife of Frank Mayes n tine girlEva A gpodtnany farmers are now plowing u p their wheat fields and sowing them in oats There seems to be a good crop 1Jsinging school at this place Distemper serving the horse triba pretty rough through out this community W N Keeling has rented his farm lo B FIKeeling Wark Shewmak r has bought a farm from Hart Elherington for8OperacreC Mr Sweezy the new merchant at Antioch reports a fLourishing trade Josiah Hill is building a new blacksmith and wood shop at Antioch i Rev Somthers fiilled hisregf ular appointment here Sunday There seems to be a good de mand for calves now and they are very scarce in this sectfeft J B Jenkins bought a jack lromI11ktnx Smith for Mr Richarcl ryan died 150ll 5 ih in the 00ih year of his age trouble was the cause of his death Reserved four years In the Unipnarmy Hisi remains were interred cemetery Georgo Warner sod a cow and calf taRuf s Foster or35 C C Foster bought a cow from James Kaysfor 40 Several cases of measles are reported iin this community Mrs Ed Dean of Illinois after speudingsevral weeks with rel atives here has returned to her home Jpbn Jenkins dffamily spent Sunday at the Jiome of James Keeliijg1 i iNoah Pinkston andiamily yis ited the hom3 of JamesScutt this wee Ed Goff was Springfield last Monday Elijah Hoppeivhas removed Springfield to make iiisbome to1 Murrv Grider and family via ited relatives atBostonville last Saturday JamesKeeling boughttaca r from VH Got for S12 There will be a large crop of toUiicco putt out in tIbj section Hinry White 0ld sv calf to B KeelingorO II gf We furnish ShoesIDiesseU men and womet1with- their fine SHOES from the fact that we sell t KRIPPEHDORFDITTMAM 4 gO rForL Douglas Confer Men These SWS are certain to I i MAKING 3LM PIPES IA CJSIMS S ASOUT V4l MOST PEOPLE KNOW VERY LITTLE TILe Preeess ef XtKaciactnre Is Xet So Shp1o u Might Be ImaKlaeit Proia the Lew Prfce ef the Flalah cd Proflact Heir They Are Made Among the 1ttleothlhgSen in daily life about which most people know very t little is tho common ordinary clay pipe In almost every cigar shop window In the mouth of evfcry third laborer net and even iIn the nursery this snow white little instrument of comfort and amusementmay be seen yet few knqvr for instance that most qf the clay pipes sOld In this city of domestic make are manufactured iu New Jersey Woodbrldge Is the name cf the queer little town given over to this ddd manufacture and atrfp through one of the sottbnt lsettlement to follow the pipe from the itimq it la dug as clay to the time it appears ready for the market is inter- estIng lAcking atth hunks and lunips of clay as they are transported from the banks to the factories one would hardly believe that the snowy cheap little article could bate been mariufac tured from material so different In color The color of this clay before It Is burnejl Is dark gray like cement nor is the process of manufacturing one of these pipes as simple as might be Imagined from the absurdly low- price As the laycomesinto the fee tory It Is divided finely and put to soak in water for ten tq twelve hours This soaking Is to dlvld the clay to Its smallest possible particles so that loathe ensuing process it will not cake or lump and frfll work smoothlyvaad evenly This attained the day IIs put into a pug milUwhcre it Is stirred by machinery until it geta stiffer and stiffer finally becoming as stiff as dough In this state the clay is rough ly molded into lumps and distributed among the pipemakers who begin the first step in the life of the humble cre ation Grasping a small chunk of clay In each hand the artist begins work ta fashion roughly two pipes at the same time Rolling lIfe clay between a table and his palms he Quickly produces two carrot shaped and pointed rolls that bear Uttlc or no resemblance to the article when it shall be finished With Incredible speed the fashioning f these rolls continues for iihead of the expert Is tbe problem of manufacturing omeUilng like seventyfive gross of pipes within tile week Then tim rolls are put away to dry sonie what and for ten or twelve hours they stiffen S3 that oucqshaped they wilt pot fall readily to pieces After that the clayLr ready for molding The ordinary mold consists of two pieces of Iron hinged on the side alopening like a sewing box Most of the little factories have numerous molds from the common unadorned rJ that eomes in two pieces and Is Intended for the ordinary plain pipe to 411 sorts of clhborate patterns that come la six or eight pieces and are made of brtss and intended to fashion pipes in Iml Station of wooden models that happen to be ip vojnJo The pfiieniakef grasps one of the shapeless rolls tilts the fat ciul upward which at once gives the suggcstjoh of n pipe and ruu a wire through the pointed epd ut of which the stem is to be pressed This roughly fashioned clay is then put into the mold which Is jammed shut while at the same time a plunger Is pressed to enter the niold and te press out the clay so as to form the bowl With n dull knife the clay pressed out at the sidd of the mold is shaved off with a single lightning stroke by the expert andjtkeu once more there must be a dryjii process this time In a room hcatewtof alwutS degro t where as before rue pipe iis kept for twelve hours Except that the pipe is of its original gray color and soft and supplied with the burs where the molded cuds are joined It to bow practically finished pfhen com S the process of shaving off theirs At this stage the pipe still retainsl considerable dampaesf that the clay may be cut smoothly while at thft same time a wire te agalaI drawn through the stera 90 as tf la surelpropcr drAft All Js BOW r ady forth pipe In Its final state except that it needs be burned For this purpose It Is put into ti cylindrical yes sel twelve Inches high and as reach ia diameter This is known as a sag ger Set one against the other upipes are adjusted solidly in the sag ger1 which will hold somethluir like a gross of pipes properly packed If the pipes consist of the more fancy cW signs hat is merely pipe bowls that are to be provided with aioutkpieeea of wood or rubber the saggers WWI hold as man as twoross e pipes Niae of thcW s Mers WM wIth P1s are kttowa as li staafiaad a adl m Izel hil wIfla1tJlJ luu2J i4tii ct the pame- e 1 Garpets and Paper IComplete stock of Carpets in 1a IIgrainsf HempsChina l Mattlngsllaooo ROLLS i 4 4the lLACE CURTAINS SHADEftp = Ifuture fair courteoust f I AVCAIDUELT Appliques SEVENTYFIVE frotnSTSo theRockbridge Wall tls e For ave BOOTS tae near mtH kiln la kept at a moderate teaptra ture After that It Ic allowed M rwi up until at the end of twelve or fMK teen hours it la driven to a white heat which gives the pipes their spotless white Jdsb7N w York Times tfi- The FanEvery fencer should own bJatar If he cannot on n large one let JWa own whet he can end gradually crease the size Land ownership can duces to happiness coatent Ht aai restfulness Oaeof the greatest MM dTsscas to the prosperity of the tenant Is that haSs comp lqd to move fre quentlyi And therefore cannot accumv late MerweHs Talisman Bo wiser thca other jieoplc If Tft WD but do not tell tbemllOC1tlt1t 5eW THE LIGHT BRIGADE l Bslan View et the Ride Imt tie Jaws ot D tfhat the cli rge of th atJaIseenied o onlookers a cent folly Is evident from all reminis cences ofthat day FIrst came the attack of the heavy brigade upon 3000 Russian cavalry Then Iatin the day the attempt to recapture seven guns taken from the Turks by the Russiaas In their first advance upon the re doubts led to the charge of the Light brigade When we saw the English coming atUs says a Russian soldfer there was but one thought What fools we said We never dreamed they would charge Ivan Ivanovltch a Russian survivor of the day says In his Recollections t We were so sorry for thorn They were tiRe soldiers and had such this horses But the charge It was the maddest thing cve done We could not understand It I had been lir jhe Charge pf the heavy brigade in the morning and was wounded We had all unsaddled and were tired Suddea ly there was a cry The English are cwalng lOur colonel was angry and ordered quarterI ay wovpi bandaged when I saw them cosuag Wetthought they were drunk t8tlM way they held their lances Ioste4 ot carrying them under their armpits ta y waved them inthe air Of course tywere easier to guard against like that Those men were mid and acrer usIful slaughter that had taken place Ia their ranks daring that desperate rMe Then they neared us and daJlMd ta among us skouUag cfieerlng and ctmh lug I never saw anything like itThey were irresistible sad sr ass Were quite demoralized r GRANTS SYM PATrjYf r Tribate ef m feather Wa te the Geeraia Kiadly Naaie The sympathetic side Of General Grants nature as every one knows was very strong A few days after lenaIinformatloa about her husbaad e whose safety she had heard coBifct tug reports The general replied that kc could sat gir her the infoattatioti she desired but that he would jean ad orderly at once to find out tbe ifacts for her Whet the mat retursed with the news that her husband wasssfe- the southern womans eyes filled with tears of gratitude whIle tear of eyiti lathy showqd on the cheeks ftJcncr al Grant On another occasionIt was years aftcr at n banquet In Vlcksburjf given him when he was makinga tour of the southern states one was beard expressing her atUudevto him folr Pftst kindnesses As be VcplJad to her two tears rolled slowly xlowa his cheeks For little chlldrea awl old people General Grant showed sfeckl sympa thy Many who were small foes In those days remembered bis way ot drawing them to kbm and JmpfcaetiMC a kiss oa clreek or brow One old lady wlte aa cted her friends by her prop iMty for stock lug was often the recl4e t tof a good cigar traM him The gift was fully appreciatca M the isseesItoek was always of the best When beWH Waslilagtett seatkbuaoWwM Cowers tress the kilhi ef Ykksbwrf tf for Idclla letter e1 think was lromu1lret d S l i iiiitr when eris1tedWhI1t5Sl sheakindly re eiTedby the petMt ts to her ttuivttli MM more 81 Lk afi dgarsPIN Omy IH Leslies Wdy Crs ii4 r Iieieeli are 1rn sitruid s- Sc a1d t sa a rs It d aioo W to herkI kIIthaPip qiIlid the bsi K 1Pt- thiiuija hiy modifl- eltWujrt l MIb t a1ka 1tt t common oatii Hra towf Ik oae cases this minlkturei gizzard Js a perfect 1 wonder sop its lm er aerfe beInr r pro iidei WlthiMd s eetMed withi 11f herns and fcritie in great prtffa tf1The grssshopera glpwd Is IhMd with innumerable rows M tMk fIveryiaiavte of course Mt wH 4erH r efWd true eeth Berertheliiti The came maYJ 4e6aiaaerolttft 4SAie ci kjaI utAs BIM1it satisti1- Ie ifIage ef tile wwW is sOt t rias WOOOOOO years PIT as s 20600X0 fears pnAbtjr 30J r jrfrtJ ASJii even the great Pt eatists have bees able t1 Sodila 10000006 er 15WQ yw old Mether 1erthi Jt usifea that she keefM Oe eeCbNage quite M well aso ar5i t4 daa fcters The clftut ItomdotH ceciaelo tJ r ethers ahe Is oaiy as air s 171 Ij t1I j rtMI eheveysuiEvyrmW tke Wriier il i tJNet my1Mid t ally eave eo ii i ertP14ltlt bvt j O s 1 didntkoow that bet NJCiacIeiati TImee f J f Ji UuT1irSultjrk bttC te ride byye aJ fear asihi the gentle pbiosphes Yes n wpml genat Mr MMa it Is peofkles love of toejibl has suede life easy fersWaada t star j jj Toe aseli etM teicreaassr hmp tpiles traaifenag Jtiia e Misery t CoraUlonel t6 315t f Mrtirt 1t IEarnettad xik71 i ih t Henry M BarnflttIEeI By virtue of a JodIJlletrOHerot sale of the Wasbioftoiii Cireoll4 j i Coart rendered at the February term therioI1J4 o GII1n ifrpsgcsadtoo1efer aaisatshs-tIiI t door tIprIasI Ky a + KONrilYiRC ac or about 2 oclock puuM bsi s county c rt day to the hthest blddeaf public aoctioll1lPDIta pMdiii f Qf S and it months Ute twiitAt J serHproqto wg j A tra tQilland in Wabla ton co niity Ky oa little Beicft Foirkand o the wIi side of tW WillUSurr Iarmj rpike road and boaAdgi on the Yon Jby the wa rliof The Title BeeftiFprk sa the weit by tMBrewi JhInna thesoath by the CuaMy rosea F r ontheEaibtheturepkeasdekk t Fork contalDior68 acres 3 roods n4fx f 3Jole 0 For the pwttbtiMrrprtee the IIIf + ehaae r purchasers wnfc app iwtereiIy or aerMios hoM bearing legal tI lo4 isIs auth paid aMhV1a the sad eJ M flIu ftt 1fwittiG ACfOJIJ 9 c 1 I r J1ftl I Tb Kegfrtky MiriBer Mdi J Breeder published atLeaintOO i Xj isevident1ygoiMqjiflJl- po J to in Keaek jGJ r1IS 1 whtli bcbr psP tai e1ev3ritikd tol Itco j erJ isrtsnt of bolb tock td grnerall farmIa thurouglibd addIe her t cetkshssp gsa erallarmiDteN ta t vO 4r viteai Illdalltt8l L Wit3Ma bIrer a WasJho- e2 bbio wSS eosa I h1jus several wtkii JIfjtb IaaIfrirlicussadaue R aaryPsaSI heuPM7ISCttS eisdrts f a bottle of Csbb IaIi ia Dm1 at ts 10 ses cud Qr sts t tkssas his t s wI1hpyaclaa oraaIS ay 1aydoaDr1tfl4St 1I j t J BJtJ v AachcutakeLJtts rlRllera apsrfeetId5l7 They are harm Is InJ 0 cken aDd yet tboy aft so certain In re al that i o ist OMstitationM requiring 4utt aykaaa art iMTer dUaprointed 1he fa1Ioeaanot perform their 10100 h4eTery oue who deoc DeWitts ttt UflBary KiKcrii pre vcr lin to il1uth rI TiIe cur Ltlol1a 01 btllD SE mmtttwmw tIIS + e + + + + + rf ITAJcjxGTo1I Ij I i i t lII j n 44u Njsw v uuttii vcct w Ml nm toirftr the orchard gate a BMMtat lhtIug flashed repeat shy She aw klla go ot the gate jikMfipear into sudden darkness I Be vim tkrowgk tlaeAtld and came out Icp tk iwMl Hefttea r Ti d ai iz fsr H JK1eirthEeIC From iMdboa to E4sSE1 eonterted Mke an illimitable W iavwted knystacks and be MlM lt tb w eiiormos volumes of blu tIIIi r per were tHnlbline In tke west j4A eiiNr MMtwardirltb minister sWIft 1rto a little knoll at the I ir of tM kowt aad MW him feet kb teef to the torm fche cried aloud 4 wttfc riIMr afreasUMBd voal t I wi Nt the wind took the i set fit IMC MMrtk and drove ker F f ewtIo M the Jlkelte1ot the 4t u j I Ojvt MI the rod the fashing dust r rs tfa tec kirn like tlaouMnd net 11 It Maetfc Ml kl1andbeat him a jthat lie covered kte face with his I Mr t and fOit Into the storm shoplt itocj ffcwuMt f dimly glad of its uproar aJIIIoK o4cIeu ot it keeping Sp ytwad on hk way to nowhere w ft c MM rth or south it was all to klan Tke few heavy drops that Mi iMittef tele the dust ceased to e iAe rate withheld while thejjvJnd k Me ea earth On he went in pM e tkeou Qu aid on running jtowHr wke ke couklrun at all At hit ttie wId kIngs were company fU itiM bees M JHc alone There was 1M ejIM1fM beteeged to him or to whom j tiriiitjita For a day lila dreamt j JMHlitiiia in a girls eyes the precious tkbur tkat to eaNed Iroaae Oh the wllii ftwrl He kufjbed atoud I 1 There wa a startling answer a WK of Ire burled frpm the sky riving the jifVk before his eyes while email it eMk numbed klicant With thatt p r JL Htem WflS J rtnfHg over the top rail d1oik1sg at h1r4 a 0 Mi Ma na see awoke and he look 4apet kte He was two mUas from t tewa Tke aeareat house was the Brls Mf1 far dew the road He knew the rate weoJd cosa BOW There was a big I eH Ir Mia at tke roadside and he Ms iet umiec its skeltering branches aad learned agaist the great trunk wiptlic the perspiration and lust from kIm face A eqjent of stunned quiet kad cceed d tke peal pf thunder It was rfaUowed by several moments of in cmiaf llfktHlBg that played along tke iJMi au4 the fieWa rom that in teltrabto bdgktBeaslbe turned his head aa4MWr dtaading agatest the fence lye feet away a man leaning over the I tM ail aad ko1dg at him 1ft TiMtaaae lasbaweptv brilliantly be fM Keleas eyeaas she crouched afaJast Ike back steps of the brick ktuajt It revealed a picture like a markte Wf waves the tossing tops eC the orchard trees for in that second tke uM fury of Ike storm was loosed wfaMl aad ralp and hall Itdrov her acalMt tke kitchen door with cruel i The latch lifted the door blew Tlokatly aid she struggled to AIt Ihi vats The house seemed to A eaadltt flickered toward her ke laiKr doorway and was blown LIj neeatlunnlesvolceJ I aaxy Is that you We were I etaM cte leek for you Did you get wttsMrVWiMetts threw his weight against T the eraa4flaanaged to close It Then Viaate foaaa hec friends hand and i fedI icr thresgh the dark hall to the parlor wfcere tke judge sat placidly redngby astudent lamp LI dtuck1edu they left the kltch em I guess you didnt try too hard to ivt that door Harkless he said LaM then when they came into the Ught J rooaa Why where is Hark IesIr ke asked Didnt he come with M fram the kitchen answerea Helen faintly Hes gesie She sank upon the sofa and Ht her hand over her eyes as if to skadi hem fpom too sudden light I 1001Kej Tke judge dropped hls book aadlat atariay across the table at the hgid iGOIIe Wbenr 0 rr i Jl n4vialf an hourI F r V1f dWt know Before the storm com 4 rr miefd O4ij rPHt old geatleman appeared i W reawwred Probably he had wertc jto do a 4 waited to get Iin before I 4ta t tlfe Willetts was turning pale Wfctek way dR ke go7 He didnt ate 1tH kocse We were oUt tfc e tU the s4 rm broke Mireat by tke orchard gate When ra4ieeturnedthatwayr iltli mj B Mt kate bee crazy rexclaim r dtb jude Wkat peases cd the tel rlr r v MIi i miaat itei kta 1 didnt know kew She lMK 4 at ker three comv Jfjwrtr aM with growiag ter e t fNteaetJaer Mln TWI wide and sfce Sad un r jraaped Lifes arta They aa wa MarlJic tnJCkt before Tfce jdjst up aM walked H slfrkaet aud fortk Helen roser f d wt tctwaitl the i4 a mr fornIl J keii thg M ofIIPt Maybe Its u Lt Vas aD4lDrte41 v i A IJII I TTrrT7TT T rtgnt Duck for tOwn dno got tnet Jut I had no business to leave him tad if I can 1Jl catch uji with Ililm let He went to the front door and opening It let in a tornado of wind and flood of water that beat him back Sheets of rain blew in horizontally In spite of the porch beyond Briscoe followed him Dont be a fool Llge he said You hardly expect to go out in thot 14ge shook his lieadl It needed them both tc get the door closed Tile young man leaned his back against it and passed his sleeve across his wet brow I liadnt ought to hjive left lIflif Dont scare the girls whispered the other hen lit a loader lone i All Im afraid of is that hell get blown to piecesl or catch ills death of coW Thats all theta is to worry about They wouldnt try it again so soon after last night Im not bothering bout that not at all That neednt worrY Any body But this morning Pshaw Ies likely home and dry by this time All foolishness 15ont bean old woraan The two nieu reentered the room and found Helen clinging to MihrileX hand op the sofa She looked up at them quickly Do you 1nk1o you what dp roji Vc 5 J Her olce hook so tbat she could pot goon J The judge pinched herxheek and pat le l it I think hes home and dry but f think he got wet first Thats what 1 thln iever you fear Hes a good hand at taking care of himself Sit nWhPeNorbefore be could venture out file storm edged and roared without gbatement It was Carlowd worst since 51 the old gentleman said They heard the great limbs crack and break outside while the thunder pealed and boomed and the wind ripped at the eaves till It seemedas if the root must go Mean while the Judge after some apology lit his pipe and tofd long stories of the Storms of early days and of odd freaks of the wind Ho talked on calmly the picture of repose and blew rings above ollhisC3lJ ed eyes in silence holding Minnies land tightly anther face was color less growlngwhltor as the slow hours Jdragged by Every moment Mr Willetts became more restless He assured the ladles he had no anxiety regtrdll1Slfr Har less Itwas only his owndereftctlon of duty that he regretted Time boys would have the laugh on him he said nut he visibly chafett more and more under the judges stories and constant Iy rosc topeer out of the window into wrack and turmoil and once or Ithc he struck lhs hands together with ejaculations At last there was a lull In the fury without an lussoon as it was perceptible he auliouuced his Intention ot making his Way into town TIcuhnd ought to have went before he declared apprehensively and then with immediate amendment of course he Would find the editor at work in the Herald office There wasnt the slightest doubt of that he agreed with the judge but he better see about it He would return early In the niornmg nndbld Miss Sherwood goodby Hoped shed come back some slay hoped it wasnt her lust Visit to renn1nndhee man good nights and laughing m cheCryJ Harkless they could see him fight with his road umbrella when he got out into the j Helens room was over the porch whidows facing north looking out thtt on the pike and across the Please dont light the lamp Minnie she said when they had gone ups airs I dont need it Miss Brlscoe was flitting about the room hunting for matches In the darkness she came to her friend and laid a kinO large hand on Helens eyes and t1e band became- wet She drew Helens head down on her shoulder and sat beside her on the bed v Sweetheart you mustnt retshe soothed In motherly fashion Don you worry dear Hes ail right It Isnt your fault UeaJ They wouldnt come on a night Hkethls But Helen drew away and wei4 to the window flattening her arm against the pane her forehead pressed against her arm She had let him go she had let him go alone She had forgotten the danger that always beset him She bad been so crazy she had seen nothing thought of nothing She had let him go into that and into the storm alone Who knew better ihari she how cruel they were She had seen the fire leap from the white blossom and heard time ball wiilstle the ball they had meant for his heart that good great heart She lied run to him the night before Why had she let him go into the un Buthowcould she have kept him after what he had said He had put it out of her power to speak the word Stay 1Sbepeered into the night through distort ing tears The wind had gone down a little but only a little and the electrical flashes danced all round the horizon in mag nificent display sometimes tar away sometimes dazlngly near the darkness doubly deep between the interval yinwashed ale to the finest detail of strick en field and heaving woodland A staggering flame clove earth andS sky and sheets of light echoed Itr mIlt a frightful uproar shook the house nod rattled the casements but over the crash of thunder Minnie heard her friends loud scream and saw her spring back from the window with both hands palms oujtwafd pressedto her face She leaped to her and threw her arms about her What Is ItrLook Helen dragged her to the window At the next hash The fence beyond the meadOw What was it What was it llkey The lightningl flashed incessantly Helen tried to point Her hand f Jerked from side to side qnlyrr WjiaL r ii dcL w II FJiV = pI I IT w Ii sec nothlBg but tim iigniuiliy Minnie answered breathheasly Oh the fence The fencer And in the field HlQrWbat tvas It like uA1ial1 she panted A long line of white looking things horrible white y What like Minnie turned from the window and caught the others wrist in a strong clasp Minnie Minnie Like long white gowns and cowls crossing the fence Helen released her wrist from her companions grasp and put both bands on Minnies cheeks forcing her around to face the flickering pane You must look You must look she cried They would t do iU They wouldnt it isnt Minnie shuddered They couldnt come in the storm They wouldnt do it In the pouring rain YeslSueh things wojald mind the rain She burst into hysterical laugh ter and Minnie seized her waist almost as unnerved as HelenI yet trying lo soothe hoc They would JflTheyAnd I let b1in go I let hlrngo Pressing close together clasping 9ach others waist the two girls peer ed out at time landscape LookUp he distant fence that bordered the northern side of Jones field a pale pelted flopping thing reared 11blacknBut Minnie had thrown herself into a deep choif with a laugh of wild re lief Mj darling girl she cried Not a line of white things just one Mr Jones scarecrow And we saw It blown down uXo nOnol I saw the others They i ttii I saw the last man crossing Ah I let him go alone fMinnie sprang Up and inColded her Xo you dear imagining child youre ups tand nervous thats all themat term the world Dont worry dont child its all right Mr Harkless is home and safe In bed long ago I know that old scarecrow on the fence like a book and youre so unsung you fancied the rest Hes all right Dont you bother dear The big motherly girl took her corn panion in her arms and rocked her back and forth soothingly and petted and reassured her mill then cried a little with her as a good hearted girl al ways will with a friend Thou she left her for the night with many a cheer ing word and tender caress Get to sleep my dear she called through time door when she had closed it behind her IImornIngeIII you Father will miss you almost nsf much as I will Good night Dont bother about that old white scarecrow thats all it was Good nlgut dear good night Good night dear answered a plaintive little voice Helens cheek pressed the pillow and tossed from side to side By and by she turned the pillow over It had grown wet The wind blew about time eaves and blew itself out Sleep would not omc She got upand laved her burning eyes then she sat by the window The storms trength was spent at last The rain grew lighter and lighter until there was but the sound of running water and time drip drip on the tin roof of the porch Only the thunder rumbling In the distance marked the storms course the chariots of the gods rolling farther and farther away till they finally ceased to be heard altogether The clouds parted b Look she cried majestically and then between great curtains of mist the day star was seen shining in the east The night was hushed and the peace that falls before dawn was upon the wet flatlands Somewhere in the sod den grass a swamped cricket chirped from an outlying flange of the village a dogs howl rose mournfully it was answered by another far away and by another and another The sonorous chorus rose above the village died iw y nOd quiet fell again Helen sat by the vlndow no comfort touching her heart Tears coursed her cheeks no longer but her eyes were partedhrby the far clamor of the courthouse boll ringing in time night It rang and rang and rang and rang She could not breathe She threw open the win dow Time bell stopped All was quiet once raore The east wotgrny 1 Suddenly omt of the stillness here canie the sound of a horse galloping over arWct road Ho was coming like mad Some one tyr a doct r No the hoof beats grew louder coming out from the town coming faster and faster coming here There was a plashing and trampling in front of the house and a sharp Vhoa In the djm light of first dawn she made out n man on a foam flecked horse He drew up at time gate AUvIndow to the right of hers went screeching up She heard the judge deal his throat before he spoke What Is It Thats you isnt ItWiley What is it He took a good dent of time and coughed between the sentences His voice was more than ordinarily quiet and it sounded husky What Is It Wiley Judge what time did Mr Harkless leave here last nlghf end which way did he go- TherewnS a silence The judge turn ed away from the window Minnie was standing just outside his floor ft must have been about half past 0 OnIthought hfi went wcstIWiley Tbccfld man leaned from Bill again rthe Yes answered the man on horse S 4 Wiler he left about half past 0just before the storm They think he Went west Much obliged Wliletts Is so upset he 1WlleylMinnie beg urtO cry aloud The horse man wheeled about and turned his ani mals head toward town UWneyl IlOWney Im afraid they hace- CHAPTER VIII rIngfnglnII I the night No hesitating stroke of Scbofleldsf Henry no uncertain touch was on tbcropeA loud wild hurried clamor pealing out to wake the countryside a rapid clang clang clang that struck clear in to the spine The courthouse bell had tolled for the death of Mor fton ot Garfield or Hendricks had rung joy peals of peace after the war and after political campaigns but it hind rung as it was ringing now only three times once when HIbbards mill burned once when Webb Landis killed Sep Bardlock and intrenched himself in the lumber yard and would not be taken until he was shot through and thrOugh anti oncefvhen the Rouen accommodation crowded with children and Women and men waswrecked within twenty yards of the station was the bell ringing now Men startled into wide wake IWhY groped to windows No red ng over town or country What 481t1 The belr rang on Its loud qann beat increasingly into mens Learta and quickened their throbbing to the rapid measure of its own Vague forums lujmed in time gloaming Ahorse madly ridden splashed through the town Thehfcwore shouts voices called hoarsely lans began to gleam in the windows hull clad people emerged from their houses s men slapping their braces on their sbqulders as they ran out or doors questions were shouted into time dimness Then the news went over the town It was cried from yaid t ranI from group to gtvup from gate U gate and reached the furthermost conflfCg Run I1ndIchambers and faltered It out tq new wakened slcepers and pale girls clutch lug wraps nt their throats whispered It across fences The sick tossing their hard beds heard it Time onI clamored It far andjnear it spread overtime countryside and it flew aver the wires to distant cities The White Caps had goj Mr Harklessl Lige WllMts had lost track of him out near Brlscocs it was said and bad come Into town at midnight seeking him He had found Parker the Herald foreman and Ross Schofield the types tterf and Bud Tlpworthy the derll f at Wtrk In time prInting o m ce but no sign of Hnrkless there or in the cot tage Together these had sought for him anti bad roused others who bad quired at Qvery house where he might have gone for shelter and they had heardnothing They lied watched for his coming during the slackening of tile storm He had not come and there was no place he could have gone He was missing Only one thing could have happened They had roused up Warren Smith the prosecutor and Homer the sher itt and Jared Wiley the deputy WH liam Todd had rung the alarm It was agreed that the first thing to do was tto find him After that there would be ttoubleJf not before It looked as If there would be trouble before The men traniglng up to the muddy square aboutIjoined Columbus Landis at the hotel corner and Landis saw that Homer was carrying a shotgun Landis went back for hIS A hastily swOrn posse galloped out Main street Women and children ran into neighbors yordsiand began to cry Day was coming and as the light grew men swore and say agely kicked at the palings of fences as they ran by them In the foreglow of dawn they gather rd In the square and listened to Waft rn Smith who made a speech from time courthouse fence pad warned them to go slow They answered him frith angry shouts and bootlngs But ae made hljiilg bass voice heard and lade them uo nothing rash NO facts fromIbad happened to Mr Harkless He de dared that he spoke In Harkless name Nothing could distress him much as for them to defy the law to take it out of the proper hands Justice would be done utes It will shouted a man below him brandishing the butt of a rawhide whip above his head And while you jaw on about It here he may be tied up like a dog In the woods shot full of holes by this men you never lIlted aI finger to bender because you want I Then answered him wltli angry tHoiitt their votes when you run for circuit WlqttstheThere was a yell at this and those who heard the speaker would probably have started for the Crossroads bad not a rumor sprung ufi which passed rapidly from man to man and in a lew moments had reached every person Jn the crowd The news came that fcho two sljell gamblers had wrenched a bur out of a window und t cover ot he Htormj had broken jail and were at large Their threats of the day before were remembered now with convincing vividness They had sworn repeatedly to Bardlock and to the sheriff and In the hearing of others that they would M4o for the man who had taken their mph cy from them and had them arrested The prosecuting attorney quickly per ceiving the valneof this complication in ling back the mob that was alaI ready forming called Corner from W Vruwu aGO undo nun get pon the fence jand confess that his prisoners had esjcnped at what time he did not know probably toward the beginning of the storm when Jt was noisiest You see cried the attorney there is nothing as yet of which we can accuse the Crossroads If our friend has been hurt it is much more likely that these crooks did It They escaped in time to do it and we all know they were laying for him You want to bo mighty careful fellow citizens Hor ncr is already Mn telegraphic communication with every town around here and hell have those men before night All youve got to iIS to control your selves a little and go home quietly Ht could see thaimis words except those in reference to returnlpg home no one was going home made an lui preS lon There was a babble of shout- Ing and argument tind swearing that grew louder and louder Mr Ephralm Watts In spite df all confusion clad as carefully as upon the preceding day deliberately climbed tlie fence and stood by the lawyer and made a single steady gesture with his hand He was listened to at orice as his respect for the law was less note rious than his irreverence for It and he laid been known in Cdrlow as cus toiharlly a reckless man They want Od illegalIand desperate advice and quieted down to hear it He Soke in his professionally calm voice Gentlemen it seems to me that Mr Smith and Mr Rlbshaw nodding to the nab with the rawhide whip are both right What good are we doing here What we want to know is wliats happened to vMr Hnrkless It Io6il just now like the shell men might liavd done It Lets find out what they done Scatter and hunt for him Soon as ally things known for certain Hlbbnrda nilll whistle will blow three tithes Keep on looking till It docs then he finished with a barely perceptible scornful smile at the attorney then we can dtclde on what had ought be donett Six Crossroads lay dark and steam lug in the un that morning The forge was silent the saloon locked up the roadway deserted even by the pigs The broken old buggy stood rotting In the mud without a single lean little old man or womansuch were the chit dr 1of the Crossroadsto play about It Qnce when the deputy sheriff rode through alone a tattered black hound more wolf than dog half emerged growling from beneath oncortbe tumbledown barns and was jerked back Into tbe darkness by his taU with a snarl fiercer than his own while a gun barrel shone for a second as it swung for a stroke on the brutes bead The hound did not yelp or whine when the blow fell He shut his eyes twice and slunk sullenly back to his place The shanties might have received a volley or two from some of the mount ed bands asperated by futile seareh lag had not the escape of Homers prisoners made the guilt of time Cross roads appear doubtful In the minds of many As the morning waned the ad vocates ot the theory that the gam blers had made away with Harklcs3 grew In number There came a telegram from the Rouen chief of police that he had a clew to their whereabouts He thotight they had succeeded In reaching Rouen and it began to be generally believed that they had caped by the 1 oclbck freight train which had stopped to take on some empty ears at a side track a mile northwest of tpwii across the field from the Briscoe house Toward noon a party went out to examine time nill rond embankment Men began to come back into time vii lago for breakfast by twos and threes but many kept onjscarclilng the woods not feeling the peed of1 food or caring it they djd Every grove and clump of underbjush every thicket was ran sacked The waters of the creek shal low for the most part but swollen overnight were dragged at every pool Xothlug was found There was not a sign The bar of the hotel was thronged all morning as time returning citizens rapidly made their way thither and those who had breakfasted and were pswcltaIJlandlord himself returned from a long hunt set out his whisky with a lavish humid ulle was tile best man we hind boys saldLiindls as he poured the little glasses full Wed ort of sent hlmtol the legislative halls of Washington long ago HedQf done us honor there But we never thought of doln any thing fer him Jest set round and left him build up the town and give him empty thankyes Drink hearty gen tlcnien he finished gloomily 11 dont grudge no liquor today except to Llge Willetts ulle was a good mansultl young William Tpdd whose nOse was red not from time whisky Ive about give Its goin tto seem mighty emptyt around here said Ross Schofleld Whats goln to become 0 the Herald and the party in this district Wheres time man to run either of cm now Like as not he continued desperately Itll go agalust In the fall Dibb Zane choked over his four fin gers We mlglfts well bust up time dab dusted ole toWn cf hes gone- I dont know whats come over that Cynthy Tlpworthy said time landlord Shos waited table on him last two years and her brother Bud works at the Herald office She didnt say a word bnly looked anti looked anti looked like a crazy woman then her and Bud went off together to hunt In the woods They Jest tuck hold each other Imnds like I reckon there aint many cruder than them two Bowlders father and mit interrupted a patron wiping the drops fronf hls beard asheset his glass on thef btlrflTbcyrid Into town like a couple of Wild Indians the old man bcatin1 that gray mare o tbelrn till KheTvas one big walt anti he aint natcherly cruel man eIther I cx pect Llge Willetts better keep out of Hartleys wy uIkeep oPt of no maCs way cried a voice behind him Turning they saw Llge standing on the threshold of the door that led to time street In his hand he held the bridle of time horse he bad ridden acroSs tin sidewalk and that now stood panting with lowered head half through time doorway beside his master Llge was limitless splashed with thud from head to fcot his Jaw was set his teeth ground together his eyes burned under red lids and Ills hair lay tossed anti damp on his brow 11 keep out of no mans way he repented hbargely 11 heard you Mr Tibbs but Vvc got too munch to do while you loaf and ghs and druk over Landis bar Pvc got other business than keepln out of Hart Bowlders way Im fookiti for John Harkless He was the best man we had in this ornery hole and he was too good for us and so weve maybe let him get killed and maybe Im to blame But Im goln to find him and if hes hurt Im coin to have 4 hand on the rapa aJ 1that lifts tile men roar am tr ITU unfc to go to Rouen to putt there After that Ill answer for my fault iiot be fore Ho threw himself on his horse and was gone Sqoittlic room emptied as the patrons Of the bar returned to the Ecarcli and only Mr Wllkerson and the landlord renialiicU the bar being time professional ofllce so to speak of both J droppedJsaid n wan girl who came running down the walk to meet him There Is nothing y t I sent the tel egram o your motherto Mrs Sher wood Helen turned awsy without answer- Ing Her face ws very wlm1t and looked plnshed aboaf the mouth She went back to whet e old FIsbee sat on the porch his white head held between his two hands He was rocking him self to and fro Saclquched him gen tly but he did not look up She spoke to him Father slid said He did not seem to hear her There isnt anything yet He sent the telegram I shall stay with you now no matter what you say She sat beside him and put her head down on his shoulder and though for a moment he appeared not to notice it when Minnie came out on the porch hearing her father nt thi door the old man bad put his arm about the girl and was stroking her fair hair softly Briscoe glanced at them and ralsed warning finger to his daughter and they went tiptoeing Into the housV vliere the judge dropped heavily upon a sofa Minnie stood before him with pkhlshendNo use to tell him but I cant see any hope he answered her biting nervojfely at the end of n cigar I ex- pct you better bring me same coffee In here I couldnt take another step toSave Im too old to tear around the cojiiltry horseback before break fast IJktf I have today Did you scud her telegram Mlh nle asked as he drank the coffee she brought him She had interpreted coffbef liberally and with the assist ance of Mllfly Upton whose subdued nose was frankly red and who shed tears on the raspberries Jiad prepared an appetizing table at hislbow Yes responded thejudge and Im glad she sent It I talked theolher way yesterday what little I skidIt IIsnt anj ofourbusincssbutI 1 dont jthlnk akiy too mud of those people somehow She think she belongs with FIsbeeV and L guess shes right That young fallow must have got along with her pretty well and Im afraid when she gives up shell be pretty bad over It but I guess we all will Its terribly sudden somehow though Its only what everybody halt expected Would come only wc thought It would come from over yonder He nodTled toward the west But sItes gOt to stay here with us Eoardliig at Tibbs with that old roan wont do and shes no girl to live In two rooms Ypn fix It up with her you wake her stay She must answered his daughter as she knelt beside him and patted his oat and hdnded him several things to eat at time sahib tImpfjIr KIsbee will help me persuade her now that FatImcrishc ttld shes bouudTto stay In spite of him and the Shthvoods too Ive always thought she was grandfever since she took me j under her protection at school whcii 1 Minnie was speaking sadly meI chanlcally but suddenly she broke off with nquiekmjob turned to time window f then turned again to Briscoe and IIcriedlhow to take pre of himself too well lIed have got away from them Her father sliopk his head Then why hasnt he turhed up Hed have gone home after time storm if something bad asnttheunattcr Hut nothing nothing that bad could have happened They havent fonnd any anything But why hasiit he come back CillhUs Well hes lying hurt somewhere thats all Thenwhy havent they fouridhlm t I dont care she crIedl and choked with time words null tossed her dlsliev cled hale from her temples it isnt true Helen wont Lelleve it Why f should I ijtfs oaJy u few hours since he ws right here In our yard talking tIUtbcyvelscnrcJ Orossixwdsand found him It wasnt tho Crossroads said old gentleman imshlng the table nwny and relaxing hlJ1 limbs on the K fii They probably didnt have any timing to do with It We thought they hfiU at l ttJut eVtyybodys about come to believe It was those twp tel lows that Le had arrested ycsterdajv It wasnt thd Crossroads echoed Minnie and she began to tremble Ia 1ycHI What uscf They nreioutof Jt and they can thautc Gptl Jhey arcv They are 119tr she cried veryi much agitated They did it It was the White Caps We saAv them Helen and I The judge got upon his feet with an oath He had1 not sworn for years un til1 Vvhals IIsaIelII tfl ought to have told you before but we were so frightened ami and you went oltn such A rush after Mr lWIlcy tas hew 1 never dreamed erer body wouldnt know it was tho Crois oafls that they would think of uuy cre else And I looked for the scarecrow 03 sooir as It wnlt light and it was away off from where saw thcin and wasnt blown down iif all tttnd Helen san them in tliQJfleld besides saw all oftthem tlHe interrupted her What db yon meaii 2 Trj to tell me about It qulictly child He laid his handon her houl tier J She told him breathlessly what silo and Helen hai A a cud ikm 4 r It tj l Agctat1ePrepatipafocAs IbeFOOdandRegula1iAg PrnmosDigeslioner1u1 ness and estContains neither JLNorNARcoTIC itIswJizft7tI3vijs Sdl iJir1lUill JWl slIt Stwl J = WiL 1 CfiNl ftuw ApetfeciRetnedy forCoisllpa non Sour StpmachDianrhoea VormsConvufeibnsFcyerish ness and Loss OF SiEEP PacStnuta Signature o AIJ n KEW YORK CO Jr ana There visibly perturbed and easy biting his dgar to 1 lcClS11Dl groaning at Intervhlf When shehad finished he took tOW quick turns about time room with his hinds thrust deep In his coat pockets and then charging her to repeat the story to no one left the house and oigettiugIsf- atigue rapidly crossed tile fleldd to the point where the bizarre figures of the night hall shown lhems3lvcs to tile two girls nt tlsiii4ow trqmpledLto the northeast He iracedVhem back ward to the southwest through the field and saw where they hail c ne from near the road going northeast then returning he climbed the fenoe and followed them northward through the next field L From there tIle next field lo the north lying beyond the naad that was a continuation of Main street stretched to the railroad embankment The track ruggedly defined in trani pfd loam and muddy furrow bent in a direction which Indicated that ItS terminus might be the switch where the empty cars had stood last night waiting for thel occkfreight Though the fields bud been trampled in maiiy places by the searching partJeshe elt sure of the direction taken by the Crossroads men and he perceived that the senrtliers hail mistaken tile tracks he followed for those of earlier parties in theJhuuf On the embankment he saw a number of men vatklng west and examining the ground on each side and a long line of people following them out from town He stopped He held the fate of Six Crossroads In lila band and lip knew it The men on tIme embankiii t were walking slowly bending fotoor their eyes fixed on the ground Suddenly oue of them stood erect and tossed ibis arms In this air and shouted loudly Other men ran to blip and another filL down time track repeated the shout and the gestUre tonnothr far iniiis tear This man took Ifun and shouted alid waved to a fourth nan and so they pascd signal back to town There came almost Immediately three long loud whistles from a mill near the st1z lion and the emtJtnkmcnt grew black with people pouring out from town whUsjihe searchers caiue runnIng from the fields mid woods and underbru cu bath sides of therallwny Briscoe began to walk on towartj the embankment The track lay level And straight no distqzicesLtbtrails West and southrasMn thin cTohn washe air like examples of perspective In n childs drovlng book About avcnty miles to the Wtand north lay Roucii In the same direction nearly six miles frolll where the signal was given tin track Avaa crossed by a road leading directly south to Six Crossroads Tho embankment htut been new ballasted with sdnd What bad been discovered was broadbrowu stain in time sandon time south slope near the top There Were smaller status abound below none beyond It to tetfot right and there were many deep foot prints In the shad Men were exam ining he place excltrdtoV tnljclus and gesticulating It was IJge ViIlottJ who had found it lila hQrsc wayy jtctliercd to a emie npar by at Iho end of ft iue through a cornfield Jared Wily lime deputy sheriff wS talking Ito P srifctiar tS stairi exntuttlnnr 1ha continacd r FayoritrBemeil for Bute Itspli a ant taste and prompt cUte bajj6 made Chamberlains CortghTXenj clly a favorite with the mothers o small children It quickly cures thei coughs and colds and prevent ans danger of pnemonia or other sqriou- conseqacactR It not cnlv cures tjroui but whca given aa soon as thjicronpj cough appears will prevent the attack Fbr sale Iv O J Hajd n Throuho City of Mpxicc Without change of ClUE viI Irpr Mpuntaln Eoutc tin elegant Pull raaa sle pirg cars leaving St Louis 840 Rm daily via LarecU Gaeway Shortest n d quicke fine Excursion titifetst nrV of 5ale For further jUf rmatfoi call on opadrfresfe R rch MATTHEVtS T P jRoom 02E iuiiable Bf4Jr r J oqisville Ky BarfaiiS fir 30 EJysa 1 nPolan Chin i Gilts frcm 6 libpounds fnunidup Eeg istared at ray expense U desired MUtma1rroqrt1for spring Higs Also a lot of Cedar Pstfny air or length OTIS PORTER BotUnd Ky f tn 1 CCASTORIAPorI- IJl Zjj l j The Kind YoulH Always Bouhtt f i tLBears tileAl x1 igiatured1w 9 9ii a Jtfin v Ji I II t Usf 8 f Fo OY Mi Thirty Years OASTf1811 ornanr JIIIrW MIiI 53i tt WEEKLY i ourierJourna Iri LIENRYWATTEPON DlTOIl t r Tenor Twefae Page jt + Iuued every Wcddea4ay1S J SlOO YtEll tK fc r lIt 1 r i jtJ trBesU Editorials LitSbLOttcti Aij Jc fBf BotMisce1lanIi j Best Pictures C i Best p6o j j tc lh Udrbns Piige BestPjetr1 e Bet Home Wev7 itBetondenspt1Nds Best Market Uevieje iI JrJst Of EryUiir r f cuitJoU1 ctr 4rLGsisyilk ky r I f i rCIT 1 5PHeUI lill JaI it i t f YoV cbrTuE iij 1 NovwsaderiTD TJIJi n it th Weckly Journal l 1 icYc rtp Osiy 1 150 d Tliis J8 ror a 1uCrifJlkJr 557 I subscriptions u der this cojiiion offer icofct Tbi Emt t fl7 Gill bmgt i The best iiiaffa2iriet arid i the Newspzperpiab1ishcdi country cifered fat j 7ireduced rattvto NEWS LEADERi tiscribetg wirii N2WsILtDxR- Louisvilk I1jst ily aurerJournaJ r da1yt 4O ourirJomrn1w ekI4i5O ouisriIio 4OuLsFtlIe EerIdYweek1yi- oume and Far 1 farmers Hom Jojpriial ijf75 james ooo nQQmrnerciaLTribw1a h4O JinciLinati EnquirLU5outqiy Gent1 ei OO reeders Ga 2r tteratate r hio Fraxci t 1 O 3J0 hCorimoierj 4 1 50- l 7F Lico1a ioSIairjeps weekyf42 4ImericanV fcpepiai rates gjyeIQIft7 thor pubicmttion nrpiown ofi appflMattiO to rti E L t1AvISoNJr 11abNewLk4f I 1tH Sw pro ptiv otkIii I MM 9 Di JiBURTON RKS DENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED X THOUT PAIN it OxnoKHagan Block up stairs SPItINGFIELD KY t 1a L111 Deital Work Strictly Firstclassa JT DR J H LAMPfONv f OFFICE In Opera House JDR1SJS J SMOCK SplllNGFIELD J KY If OFFIOEDr inehartsi for I IfVmer office s over Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pmi Uit WJF GRIGSBY it p ATTPNEYATLAWIt Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY M HYATI MD SPRINGPJELD KY r1 Ofifce in Peoples Bank Building Residence 93 Icpliones5ff Office r JOHN Yo MAYES 2IIERA DIRECTOR AN EMDAUB TEJEPHJONE fDAY19 NIQHT74 SPRINGFIELD KY I Hay You HHauling f TO P92lf so call up J L ALLEN at tbi Depot- fRIEIGHT AND TRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved and anything in the hauling line pone Jcareiuliy and at reasonable rates JPHONE 22 BUCK PRINCE 1 Thi fine i the seasqr of 190ieldonioom 31 miles from Spring field pike at 8 Tj Insurca Mare in foal Biz ck PrinceIsve Years o1d15 hand high and finely bred His 1903 colts sold last fall atr 90 each No Jenn ts served before June 1st JEi SHELBY 1RpJ D No 1 Springfield Kj 1ffCommissioners Saie Mrs Martha Snider guardian I 4 bf Qphia Terrell Plff f J vs Eqty Opjjia Terrell Deft vlrtnjeof a Judgment and order ofiialeof the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thetjeof 1904 in the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Ho sa door in Springfield Ky on jLIONDAYMAaCFI 28 19C4 At oVlock pm orthereabout to the higtest bidder at public auction upor a credit of six months the following described proporty u wit A tract of land situated on Chaplin River in Washington county Kyand boil ded as follows Beginning at a stone in Richardsons line cor to Mrs Jenkins thence with Richardson lin N3 a stone in Hichardson 11ne and corner to old Gordon tract thence S with the rail fence to a stone at a roc t fence thence with the same fen e running with John Perkins line to ja stone on the top of a hill in Owens line reserving a roadl4 feet wit ie for the beneftt of John W Ter I Tell along this line thence with Owens lineito a stone corner to Mrs Jenkins thence N 1Si E 688 poles to the beginning containing 31 acres th same more or lessj For the purchase price the Rut cbkssr or purchasers with approved set1rIty or sureties most bxecute band baaringlegat interest from data ofsaIouiti1 paid and haying the force atideuYct or a Judgment Bidders yjli besrequlied tta cjaiply jroraptly With tbesa terms M GIEABMAN lvf C W C C fils ftJJiaired PJy mouth Rcclc Eggs r lr jaiot at 40 cents per setting ot 47eggf ttrs Wjls In Creen It PjDNj 4 gpringtleia Ey 0 J piliT iifiL i TOWN w I niwmnw ww w Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest Iil All About Yourself Friends 1I Acquaintances IGO loO Nans for your seed to 3 r AlJJdndsjof Garden Seeds at 0 W pagans j Pure country ijprgbum at IP sJOIanJr Full line of Hoes Rakes Forks iEtc Hagan Bros New York Seed Potatoes for sa1atJAShaders DLent Goods of alL 4iids at cut prices at 0 W Eagans c Onion sets and all kinds o garden seeds at O Nans Fresh fish and oysters every Friday at J A Saa Ers aFor a strictly first class coffee try ONansNumber3 Santos vVissmans Breakfast I acon and Drkd Beef Hagan Bros Gohd syrup at B5uts prt gallon atONans igro erjr I haye a nice lot of Sheep and hos for sale ISAAC CURRY Foii SAtE A niceJOt of baled timothy hay J F PETTUS LMaple Sugar and Syrup anj B jck wheat Flour at JA She ffers A new line of 5c and lOc bargain goodsjustj received Ha gan Brojs Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds of all kinds at Irvine Me HJlroys grocery Try our Guaranteed ure UellHlganBros Best sewing tach bort theI market for sale by Leaehman the furniture man Fine California Apricots lat T Irvine McElroys for110 cents per poundsvprtbl5 cents See Lum Abell before baying l your suits ad fancy vests He f presents Wanamaker Brown Northern seed Potatoes of all kijidsat the lowest market price AtCV Hasans QfJardimersIQookirtg and Ttcble Ses ever in town flagan Bros We dont confine our trade toj nllheythe Ra kt FehrsMalt Tonic the cheapest ever nfue market at the same time the best C W Ha gan Agil I The prbtrapted mee ing at the Methodistchurch has been postponed until the tfirtt Sunday in- May jJNowjJ at a package at J A Shaders If you are tired out worn out FehrsliMaltC W Hagan Agt Stop by 0 W Hagan sand ttilje botlle Fehrs Tonic to sup per with you it will speak for itself 0 W Hagan Agt 5oht pay an agent GO for a sewing mchinewhen you can buy one of Leachman the Fur uitnre Mini for half the inneyi Go to Leachman the Furni ture Man fur an improved Wheeler Wilson Sewing iJaLchine The oldest and best the market Our trade still improves and we are busy but still w e have tine to sell you Furniture cheap er than anybody at Campbells Racket i yungdrivingandperfectlyrubber tire Stanhope in good bargain1Appi Fifty dozen of Fehrs Tonic left my place of business last week What sold it Was ita good salesman or wasit the goods selling themselves 11O W Hagan Agt At the E N Wathen sale last Saturday tiere was a big crowd and all stock sold well Mules TOPICS I 1 t rangedftrom 90 to F175 per head horses EnterpriseI from 100 S300 Lebanon I Dont forget that I guarantee Fehrs Malt Tonic to llonsrep resented what moro could you skC W Htfgan Agt We dontpelend Co keep in stock as many tbsngs as Sears iihUigi tra Racket 1 i For a sprThg Tonic Fehrs Malt cannot be beat Dorifrtaku6 my word ask your Dr what Fehrs Mal1Tonip will do for you C W Hug n Agt BoiiN On Tuesday March 15 to Mr and Mrs James C Me Elroy a son Mother and babe who are atM Chord Infirmary at Lebanon arje doing well Mr Walter Foley and Miss BottctnsAvere quietly married at Pexas March 12 After a bridal trip to Louisville they Ayill go to house keeping at Mackyille St4r1ingJ1hompsou pllttn right jar all four feet white Otner can hayo Sanje by ping for this advertisement add feed bill q Dorena the 5yearold cjj ild of Mrs Will Kelly who a sick wijhf measles and which develop ed into pneumonia died on last Thursday Maic 10th The re Inaiii were buried at St Domi flies cemetery IOc of tuIiefihespairsofi mules ever brought t6 this county was byMeJsrsIBruce and Henry Keeneof J EiCreel of TUyJ or county Th9I price paidwas SAQQ tor the pair and the mules are vell worth the money Miss Minnie McClelland will return next Saturday from her trip whereshe has been attend ing millinery openings and get ling ideas at wholesale niillinery houses for ahe coming season Si1i Kvill again be with Mrs Manspeld Tf As soon asthe Governor affixes his sign atu re the bill which ret classniesr several ciiies and towns of the Stito will become a kw Springfield is one the towns so fiftbl1clastpwris is really provided for theI law which fixes into Web town should be placed according to Its population The law says that towns having apopuatitn of over a 1000 pQopfc belong in tIle fifth class Springfield afIcording to the last census has populaTT6n of over 1100 and should belong in the fifth instead of the sixth class The Legisla tive committee it seems consider ed the law iimperative and classi fiedlthe towns according to pop ulation without regarding any inlhabitantSsome opposition a mong the citi zens here to the chaug in Spring fields class but it is not probi ble that the new order of things will work any great hardship on anybody j rropertyI iTbe school house lotS situated t on East Main Street in the town ole Springtield anl which has formerly been used by the public school will be offered at public sale to thebighestbidderon on SATURDAY APRIL 2u The lot is 120 feet front by 230 feet deep ami contains good house and cistern TERMSrOjehalf easli and the balance payable in one and two years with notes bearing 0 per cone interet I 3oAnooFrRUST II School DisSpringfield Qraded trict Public Sale of Mules on Saturday March 19 1904 atJB olvne Dbhoney sta ble in Lebanon Ky beginning art l aooclc p in we will sell to highest bidder 2Q good work intcs from three tbsix years ranging from 15 to 1C hands highj they will be sold singly in pairs to suit purchasers Lib eral terms will be given and made a known on day ofsalel MILLER BURDETT SVRUPCURES R 1I LDWJLDN i i m r Bad Eyes Iree What We Mel Looking For It h lobe regretted that there are so many of that sort at this day and age they must be jjbut for and we t By equipped Iarefuj it OU No thinkthe matter trouble Is do not do a thing till you come to us ITWILLCOSUOU j tOIIIKTll jjAnliit iis your duty to your Eyss- C K RUSSELL I Main 1a i St Springfieldi JI Hfl HOR- DbENrISTOFFICEItxNnuAqT BCKDlln Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY FEFCNPL Miss Ellen Wathen is in Louisville Mrs Ben SJpalding very sick wi6tODsiJilis Mrs Theo Campbell is at the infirmary at Lebanon Mrs S J Cannon is in Louis villa visiting her father j Joe Prisbie floor boss at the Continental is very sick Arthur Campbell has returned from a trip to Mississippi Mrs II FL llhojupSon was in L 1 Don the first of the week Mr1 Leonard D Baker was in Bardstoyn the first of the week Hon W D Glaybr oko of Frankfort is expected home today Dr Allen has gone to Butler Mo to vist his daughter Mrs Smith Miis Margaret1 Russell from 3tird town spnt Sunday at home MissRegena Gleinehts who has been in Louisyjlle hasre timed f Mr Paul South has returned froma trip to Frankfort and Louisville V LOfisvilMiss Mollie Dorsey of Bards town was in SpringbeM on busi ness last week t IMis3 Robbie Sirnmsvho hjis been very ill with the grip is very much better Mr El VI Moss who has been confined to his home with grip able to be about again Mrs A V Tate of Campbell ri daughtqrMrs i Hon and Mrs C C McCho d and daughter are expected home from Frankfort today Miss Carne Edelen is back again in her old position wijh Cunningham Duncan Mrs George Harrington bf Louisville is the guesl of hfer brother Mr HIM Moss Mr and Mrs Joseph Campbell of Louisville are visiting the family of Mr F ML Campbell Major J L Whiirton who has been at home with grip return e5 to Bardstown to work Tues day ZMrss lown who was visiting her mother lost week has returned home Mrs A RpBardjs after a visit to her sOn Drj JB RoBards has returned to ner home Hender sonville N C Mrs Qeo W McBride o Lou isvilleivho has been visiting her mothrMrs MLr Searcy has returned home Miss Ida UnseU playbrobke leftr the first of the week to visit her cousin D WlWhayne First strec t Louisville Misses Jennie Claybro ke Eu cy Sele man and Sadie Mayes have returned from a pleasant visit to Frankfort Mr and Mrs J W Tate ofI Wilmore were visiting Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Jr the latter part cf last week Misses Naonia Huston of ray lorsuille and Lucile McClaskey of Wakefield will be the guest of Mrs IV D Wells for several reeks invitationsare out for a party RupertMarvin1A anniversary Friday 18th fr m 730 to 1080 p m T m I Grand Millinery Openinim tl1 AT WJLLISBURG m- tJj Miss May me Caldwell will have a Spring Opening m tW of Millinery Goods on j fa SATURDAY MARCH 19 It1 1J at Willisbufg Ky of Ladies Childrens ndm 2JJ Misses Readytowear and Trimmed Hats jri- m Every lady is especially invited to attend m Everything new and upto date tf1- II E emm ErEEE aI ibiE E a BBB g Now Store m I IIIJ m TVii g 8IMerchandise in the store room for m melIY occupied by Mr dllin U sen 1 1two dools east off Post Offie wherc I D will be 1found at all tim s willing A ttland ready to wait on yeuCon e intQ mteli tAJ1 almost quarter of a century I can 11 mtel13a position to give you the most mol Wmi Wmm4 4PJ THOMAS v 1tEfIEEmJB3 3Miss Lidia Duncan who has been visitingthe Misses Leach man at PC wee Valley has gone to Cineinra i to visit her friend Miss Edith Clements Mrs Robert Noe entertained a few of heryouns friends with a spend day U Sunday Misses Pearl Goktley Nancy Boblit Myrtle Robinson Messrs Wells Oscar Curry and L T Brown Dave RJ Hayes Davis McEN roy Login Bosley Ray Good win Oar Humpey and Bob Bland were In- SpringfieOfOfLeb3nonof the week Mr an Allen acd falqily are in Louisville to attend the HickersonKitlinger wedding Mss Evelyn Hick rson is a niece of Mrs Allen and Has ViS- ited herelqulte often making many friends by her charming ways k Mr and Mrs Luther Moffatt of QBiohj Tenn whphave been enjoying an extended brldull tourmfhe Northwest visited Elt the home of Rev D Latimer the first Iot the week Air Moffalt iis a brother cf Mrs Latimer Mrs HR Thompson has just returned froma delightful yisit to her old friend Mjss Nancy Williams B rdstown Invitations were seniinviting guests to meet Mrs norapson When the guests hid retired to the dining room ttiey noticed an effective color scbeme Of red and white which added to tlieSsauiy of the table filled with red carnations While all were seated at the table a teJeg ain wa3 given to Mrs Thom sm everyonewap anxious but on Mrs Tqbmpson reading aloud it Was found to bethean nobncendent of the marriage of Miss Williams and Mr Brown to take place the latter part of April to Creditors INoHG having caims against JLhe estate of Jbhn Mil burn deceased will present the samp to me properly proven at the office of my attorney JY F Neikirk in the towi of Spring fiildon or before theffrst dayof p ilI904 f THOMAS E WILSON L Admr oftiie estate of John iMilburn r Nice Homes for Sale Jf you contemplate moving to town to go into business or jO educate yourchildren call on us We have some nice town and suburban property for sale and can suit you Prices reasonable SEARCY NEIKIRK Pbonell21 t b IX 0R3we1l M loBgli ISlgnatv cfy I I ononiailfr Jan YOu ni ist give him plenty of ber ties snfil the doctor who had been asked to ucaisli a list of articles tilt ed to a ppnValescent patients ttnlly diet The seeds arp good for him One day notIong afterward the jlttle mqtlierlamenting des In the mirUet for lire invalid The child Qft the room quietly nnd present ly returned with a saucer of soracljhlng that looked Inviting I here papa she said Just try this I fixed It for you V1ut1s Itr Asked the invalid with a spoonful half way to 11151113 Jelly with little glass beads In toIf ypu cat4t with your eyes shut youll never know it Isnt whole raspberries I tried it tndltISjust lovely Part of LrDoctorYour wife must keep out of excitement Mr prisque She cant doct rS1ccatreslIit lroundwltb her Indiauapplls Journrl v Contentment tomes from making tile very best of whatever yoxihave be it much or little MciweUa Talisman Iii Ia1LEGAL TRAG- TrugglstaWood Campbelll Bond ihatMIona Costs Nothing Unices It CU Dyspepsia and Increases Weight When you get a box of Miona the flesh forming food from Wood Campbell they will give you a signed bond to tefund the iinonejr unless it cures dyspepsia and increases weight The money is simply on deposit with Wood Campbell and does hot bej come theirs untl you acknowledge that Miona has helped you It is just as safe in their hands as in the First National flank Wood Campbell gives you their signed bond that lisi a legall contract to nay back every penny that Miona has cost you in- case it does not do all that Is claimed torit The regular sized box sells for ouly 6fc- Miona possesses healing and soothing qualities that make it specially valuable in cases of chronic indlges lioniiand dyspepsia It mingles with 91e food you eat aids its assimilation tones upand strentrthens the diges blOodjlbuildlform and restores health and stren gth lot he whole system Kemember that in bcg innlug the Use qse of Mina yon do1 not risk a pen- n Drugeiste Wood1 Campbells written guarantee is an absolute protection and even though you sh6uld lose it they will return 3 oar money withoat question and without argu ment should Miona fail to give per fect satisfaction its Proof of high culture to say the greatest matters in the simplest Way ITS FEHRS MALT TONIC j i I J = iilliiiJJttiJiJI iijUJiJ Wijjlilti lji I iji 43Comeeverytning in that iinie LA if rI S TRJINKS 1 j i f i t 4 SUIT CASES d ta iCCoJr f ir HANDBAGS f i L rii J TEL prEsC f rL SEE 4p J PRICES 1 4JL 1coj sato ROBERTSON 09 iL j t tt mlfot t tt mt lt m In JOHN SMcLROY GENERAt INSURANCE AitN Lifey Fire and Tornado yiW OFFICEOVER PEdPLES BANK Jr11 o During my absence from office WiFGrjg Ey or George Neikirk will attend to any business1 for me I a E8EEErE E Jl m The Biglonfeylaker for Hog Raisers m Is Ir Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more lhan27 years has stood the severest ttests and in alll cases can be r depended upon 1 DF1AASPAYSFOBALLHOGSTHATDIEI Wl fed pall particulars eingthis Insurance Dr Hug Oto valuable for hog a copy of ftlhadat the 12 25 Ib can 1250 half cajfe S650 2SOj 125 and SOc per JiI 9 20th Century Poultry 4 t greatest producer on the market packageI IIIThe ses prevents cholera roup and all i 23 boa 35925c per package tj Dr os Haas Live Stock Remedy r1 i I ta 1 For HOrSE Cattle Sheep As its name a REMEDY not anfood and it is jjK for correcting the common disorders In cattle and J7J J Sheep well as many of the more serious complaints A splendid conditioner and growth promoter anda sure preventve j4q disease JAI niooao AND 2i1cpER PAcKAGErFOR SALE BY CALL FOR CIRCULARS MCCLURE WELLSiSPRINGFIELD Ky i 1I EEEE II I WWiiijj ViliViiA iji iil ii IWtilwil 1 Roller Mill For r is 3S businessff if JfAs I wish to retire from milling 3Foffer mill for sale The mill is and up t 3 todate has a good cash trade an4 is making 1 va1i Ij money Have about td f Jf If 6000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT ON HAND fqLFor particulars call on or address E f r EPH ROWE Bloomfield Ky f 1P It t H m M FOLLOW THE FLAG TO SALlMNIA L- ND 4 i lfH ESTi WeT e Wabash Railroad and its connections offer low to Colonist and Home Scek ers from March 1 to April 3p round trip rate toAI o very 10Y San Francisco AND Los Angeles On Acc uiit of General CorstereIiCe Mtthodh episcopal Church Tickets po sale April 22 to May 30 For further particulars call ori afl dress F W GREBDIS PassvAsrt Wabash It R room 303UrbanrBldg Louisville Ky FOR SALE A surrey in first cliss condition Enquire of DR M W HJAST Springfield Ky z EarlY 81I IIjii farnuettkPWli WINDOW f i DISPLAY cLOW f i w5 en this Remedy is as j ventivc p apremKmK Haas book gabook every and FREE whichniaY l urstorefor asking Food egg other Ib Etc implies this un JAI equalled horses as Jjg from Sate the my new L very rates t IIS THE GQMPORr LIN ftFREE I i tVl L tjirA411RECLINING4 J CHAIR dARS 4 2 ON THE PoPgI4I RJ iit 1tHJJIi RO UmEidl4 fI tV J gf jSmBETWEEN LouisvJ1 r M 1Jr A EVANSWLLE 4 iSTfl THF W EST AND t SOUTHWEST vfffr t ijfAswe re the orignatoisofFtcet l Pht iItSfRecnining Chair Car Servjce be J ween Louisville r afnd St thui i h1 Dont you think jifcijj6ulcij o pIlytyou you in travcjinf7 to1 t thoHendrson Route HaW It111us ASK US 66i1Tt Ir 114j I GEOJGAr t Gen P Agent T PA LOU1 VILLERY D1 Wavra yvIp CPs t nt to llM4Praj i r TW j COL MBRIDES Ij a PETj T i By CYKUS JEHJCKSON- Cawrifht by T a McClure 1 4 f Oe dar while someot tbp officers P jr ierthe Bengal lancers were tiger bunt rts fIng they found a baby tiger three limonths old and took it back to cantoni fi JJmentsnod presented it to their conif y J f1linanding officer Colonel McBride In time the beast became full grown jtIuer wait In and out of the bungalow 0 J like a favorite dog He was apparent f Ily tame but xiow and then lie moped l Iam1narlednnd betrayed the ferocity lying dormant in his natnre but on occasions he was glVen the t 1sach whipS 4t always crouched In IItJ masterst feet Like the average c 4of the tiger had his likes and dls a like jit men Some of the officers nev f U laM kasdSMon his head without be ing Nsa4r1tf a Iawt deep growl whlVftfit IrIIIHady Ho welcome and friiit wIth others Among ttev 1Z w Vjs Major Swift He had ex- I rtroman English cavalry regi ft aM been received cordially 4 M t was a icay bachelor of forty supposBoI to be possessed of a large Income a man who Vas first In society t eporfolC p all kinds That he had nlldII ITS THI ICAJOB HE GASPED f 1 A fast life was known 1o all but that fact was not permitted to count A against him His many friends Boast ed of Ills gains or losses on the race I track or at cards and held him up as free handed and a good fellow There had just been a breath of scandal about the major at Allahabad It had Jbeen softly whispered that he s had run through his patrimony anti was hud up and that his success at 4 cards wainot always due to luck alone These whimpers did not circu late far and were stamped as the re suit fit spite and jealousy No one but the major himself knew that they were Ifouisded en fact and that they were the sole reason for his exchange He was tendered a farewell banquet by Ythe officers of his rate regiment and the doldier or civilian who had dared to repeat the gossip of Allahabad would have been silenced very quickly 0Haq the major been a man to take tfny 11OO into his confidence nod reveal his true situation he would have been 5 ebliged to say At forty years old I am without a pound I can call my own my estatejis mortgaged for its full value I am In debt to the money lenders my last two horses are not paid for I owe my tat t pariJtonight I should have to borrow the rmoney to pay the debt of honor I am simply living on my past reputation as a man of money and I see no way to better Any circumstances except to be come a card sharp and fleece the offi f cers at this cantonment That would haye been the truth and 4only thej truth but the major wouKl have sent abullet through his head rather than make nysuch admission There was much sporting blood in the Bengal lancers and the officers played for high stakes The majoi did not o t have to encourage them to gamble 1k they were waiting for him but they i eton had cause to regret that be had appeared His bets were high and his luck phenomenal But for his contin ued extravagance be could have paid off much of his indebtedness with the money won during the first six weeks Those not in the game pValsedVhis cz ervennd talked of his lucky those who always came out losers did a great deal c ot thinking but were silent At the end of two months whispers were heard again No one could trace thenr t trf any authentic source and they did i ot exactly charge the major with card sharping but when they reached the Scolonels cars he listened and planned j jJle himself had been a heavy and con loser and bal not always been a philosopher as his gold changed hands There had been games n this as well as elsewhere and theIbungalow1 first time that Major Swift made hIs- appearance ethere those in his company 1ha4 considerable curiosity to know how he would be received by the colonels pet r The tiger no sooner caught sight of the new officer than he ceased to frolic- tand became sully and motOse There X was no outbreak of temper but he lay- down and fastened lila eyson the ma J lar as Jf reading him through and ttxrattgb nnd it was evident that there I was dislike and distrust of the man Tbbeast continued his glare until the fSco1e1g man was ordered to take him t i1 o t away and tie him up The colonel lied nothing to any oi the officers but bad secretly determined to watch 1j ttImldmajors play and discover if there f a canfe for his winning the way did The major could have had no of It and yet perhaps Intuition bad given him warning and be was 7 aot hiu clf at alt He played and won lint le also played and lost andbls femes were far greater than his gains SP ideated at his right hand and taking no at1ve part Ia the game was the colo JteIaH be never lelJE his chair from I lbseiIl MI Ike tWriT ibt 100 He made ood 1 ttk1I JNt two losses from his former r j jwkeni he rose from the third k lU be kw that uc would have to I i4r 1lrtlF t a Brother officer to pay his Mkcr had sot 4The been detected cbcathif bUt lie had ben out of luckfiS twotogetherjiaoc ratrtt one or two ot tbu Dluveti but tile party tuke ti with tbe great est apparent gpoil feeling nIl around and bait an hour later the colonel was In bed He was abound sleeper and it was partly for this reason that at night the tiger was given free range of the bungalow There were no sentinels stationed outside the place but a na tIc wdtchman slcpt on tthe veranda At 2 oclock in tlie morning this man slept end the jfjplonel was in dream land The tigeg was stretched on the heI floor bUnking nd dozing when suddenly prlckixl up his ears anti opened wIde Wf eyes lIe had heard n step on the earth outside As be lis tened the step came nearer It being in the beat of the summer the doorways were guarded only by mats Presently the animal saw one af IhVse slightly niove and be got the scent of a strai ger lIe did not fSrowl or swing up but the fire In his eyes grew brighter and his teeth began toshow The man who sjowly and carefully pushed the mat aside and crept into the room which was one In which the guests bad been entertained that night ought to have caught the bIn1 of the tigers jeyes in the darkness but he did not With footfalls as gentle as a hares he stole across the room to the colonels desk The deik had been carelessly left un locked and he took from it a bag con talnlng the motley tp be given to the winning horses of the races to be held nl week later There was 1600 In the bag and tile robber had Just turned i from the desk to make his stealthy esIGJpe when there was a ropr and a b und and Ibe went down with a crash C91Qjnetbeust had done his wprk A blow from his paw as he spran hind broken the mans neck and teethand claws were still at work He was promptly shot and then the colonel bent down nnd btlseegasped out ad be started back Its the major and he iias the bag of money Clutched in bs hand jINot Alfnolntcly SIelple Sojiao few persons still chirithi tbeI Idea that all women are absojutely helpless in business matters mid that they are so lacking in financial abjllty that they cannot safely be trusted to handle money Mr Black belonged to this class He had been in the habit of paying all the household bills at the end of each month and hiswife altbough unlimited credit had never badauowedII lowance One day the ma pened to be passing the comparatively 1newr situated Dp you know John remarked Mrs Black I have actually never been in side the bank since It was built more than two years ago You haventr exclaimed John If thats the case I guess Id better give you a check this mouth and let you pay the bills Do you think youd know how to cash lt Mrs Black received the check That evening Mr Black asked not without sarcasm if she had succeeded in in dorsing it properly Oh yes returned Mrs BIackcheer fully Iowmnny bills did you pay None It seemed a pi y to waste all that money paying bl1lsr Then what in tile world did you do withitr Oh returned the little woman serenely I just deposited it to my own nc ountrCohiitrs Weekly Samples of Munich English The following notice appears in the shop window of a picture dealer In Munich The exhibition of the paintings which no every exception whose alone property and the possession of about 4Q 000 No stitch of Kooper cut of wood art of shave liefes colour print Jngs crasurelfl and ca 6000 PortraIts also 10000 sketshes in hand Aqua relies dfgerman englIsh dutch bel glum Italian and french masters of the I latest four centuries Also an collcctlgn of miniatures and many old books Whlches ccmplct collection arc saleable Mrs Patrons you want Information about send your please a letter to the possession J Gernrt Bavlarlaring 30s Id and Karlsplatz 20s Id Munch Catalogue of the collection Is to prep aration and send the catalogues every Patron which to give his strict ad dress This sayp the correspondent who kindly sends us the foregoing rather emphasizes an experience of my own In Munich where shopkeeper trying In Hngllsh to excuse hlmselfXpr not hay lag In stock an appliance I needed said I hn1 not I am Very disagreeable rondo OutlooU PecuIIniIftnh1 Tenure Custom At Cbingford in Essex England an estate is held by a very strange con ditioQ Whenever it passes into new hands the owner with his wife man servant and maidservant comes on horseback to the parsonage and pays 1uponhound Inr the slip both for tbe use of the rector for that day He receives a chicken for the hawk a pepkof oats for his horse and a loaf of bread for his greyhound After dinner theownr er blows three more blasts and then with hb party withdraws from the rectory1sj j DO YOU GET UP- WITHALAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers la sure to know of the vonde- rfuiIi Iicures made by Dr liveriSwamnRootgl It Is the great medf ninehidisIbycicent kidney and bad der specialist and is wpnderfully successful in promptly curing trouIbli Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec osimended for everything but If youhave kid foundjllstInsorrfany ways In hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to puri h4everyf been made paperw1oI booktelling may i findoutifyouharekidney aWhenitsend1DrBingIhamton n ht jregularatrampRoot1I1 SAVAGE ATHLETICS Rengrk Tratnlni o the Natives at the Canary Inlaad In this agOof athletics one might think that no people ever showed so much interest In feats of muscular might nnd skill as tfiose who have per fected football but modern games and Olymjby the sports of peoples who are now belii in little esteem A writer on the Canary islands glVes an account of their athletic training which makes even the college glints of today seem weak and effeminate The Canary Islands were subjected by Spain about the time Columbus dis covered America Tie conquest was due solely to the superiority of Euro pean weapons and not to better skill and prowess The native soldiers were trained athletes developed under a system which held athletic sports an important business like military drill Spanish chronicles have left us ac counts of the sports of the Islanders From babyhood they were trained to be brisk in self defense All soon as they could toddle the children were pelted with mud balls that they might learn how to protect themselves When they were boys stones and wooden darts were substituted for the bits of clay In this rough school they acquired the rudiments of warfare which en abled them during their wars with the Spaniards to catch in their hands the arrows shot from their enemies cross bows conquest of the Canaries I4fterthe the islands was sepn at Se forn shilling let a man throw nt Jilm as many stone as be pleased from a distance of eight paces Without moving his left foot he avoid ed every stone Another native used to defy nnyone to hurl an orange at him with so great rapidity that he could not catch it Three men tried this eachwlthfl dozen oranges anti the islander caught every orange As a further test lie hit ills antagonists with each of tILe oranges NOT TRUE TO THE POLE The Variation In the POinting the Complins ofI We commonly say that the pple of the needle points toward the north The poets tell us how the needle is true to tile pole Every reader however isI now familiar wltl the general fact otI urfeasternthe Atlantic the north pointing of the compass varies so far to the West that a ship going to Europe and making no allowance for this deviation would had b Vselif making more nearly for North tape than for her theI The declination as it is termed scientific language varies from one iglouof the earth to another In some places It is toward the west in others toward the cast Tlie pointing of the needle in regions of the world is shown byTnriousI of magnetic maps Such maps lished by the United States coast sur Toy whose experts make a study of tile magnetic force all carefulI country It is found that line running nearly north and south through the middle states along which there Is no variation of the compass To the east of it tire variation is west to the west ofit cast The most rapid changes in the pointing of the needle are towani tile northeast and north west regions When we travel4 to the northeastern boundary of Maine the westerly variation has risen to 20 degrees Toward the northwest the east erly variation continually increases un til In the northern part of the state of Washington It amounts to 3 degrees Simon Newcomb in Harpers A Strange Cuic In the latter part of 1878 a young lady died near Cleveland of a disease hat had greatly puzzled the attending physicians the symptoms being simi lar to rheumatism of the heart The postmortem rpvealed one of the most remarkable facts to the medical profession A large burdock bur was found securely Imbedded in the heart directly against tim posterior surface of the aorta It was completely euvcl opedwith cystic tissue which bad al so covered all the large blood vessels leading to anti from the heart There is only one wjiy of accounting for the presence of the bur It had been breathed into the air passages when thip Woman was a child Becchcr anil Ktnerion One day Mr Beechcr was dining be side Emerson and said Mr Emerson when you are eating this line beef can you tell by the llavor what kind of grass the ox ate Why no of course not I am right glad to liear it replied Beecher for I have been feeding my congregation on Emerson for many n year and I have been afraid they would find it out Boston Christian lleglsterv netful At whatage do you consider women the most cbatmlng asked the inquisi tive female of more or less uncertain age At the age of the woman who asks the question answered the man who was a diplomat New Yorker CU anti Dovin Oh well everybody lies his ups and downs Tlwts right Just af present Im down yretty low because Im hard up Exchange Under the evolution theory a monkey tqbecouimonkey of himself in a mlnuter Birmingham AgeHerald Inttiaa Sacred Fires The sacra fires of India have not all been extinguished The most ancient which still exists was consecrated twelve centuries ago In commemoration of the voyage made by the Parsees when they emigrated from Persia to India The fire is fed five times every two hours with sandalwood and other fragrant materials combined with very dry fuel A Bad DOT Bertie I dont want to go to bed yet Shepherdboy to tbluk we should do such aI thing We never do It Bcrfle But I beard mamma tell you to mind how you played your cards when Mr 8hep herd came aLabOflou Search Well said Borroughs thats the hardest work I know What Is 6 To find somebody thats easy to work Philadelphia tc Igcr SOLAR HEAT WAVES fie Sea anil the Rot Stove Powr otV tkO Same Kind of Energy So far as I know no reasons at all for doubting the high temperature of the central body of the solar system have ever been found There are in general three distinct ways in which beat can be transferred from one body to an otherconductIon convection and radi ation The first two are dependent upon the presence of matter The lha- tter will take place across a perfect vacuum We may receive heat from a tove by all three methods If we place our hands upon It we receive heat by con ductioh if we hold them abovejlt they are warmed by convection the heat being brought to them by the rising cur rent of hot air If now tfe stand In front of the stove we still fuel its warmth the S2ttsatlon in this case being pro duced by the heat waves whjch ItI emits These waves nrc sinjllar to electricl waves uecj In wireless telegra phy differing from them only in their length They bear tile same relatloirto them as the ripples on a mill pond bear to the Atlantic rollers With the strumenttnt our disposal at the pros can measure the llength of as accurately as wo can length of a table with a footrule and we call prove that they will pass tlirptigh a vacuum a plate bf glass or ii tank full of liquid air wlth out losing their ability to warm aur hands We find however that if we pass this radiant heat through certain substances water vapor for instance Its Intensity is diminished owin to the fact that some of the waves have been absorbed It is possible to deter mine the exact length of the wa es of heat which have been removed by absorption in tbe vapor and If we test the radiation which comes Jo us from the sun we find that waves of this same length are absent the water va por in the earths atmosphere having refused to transmit them This fact taken alone is pretty good evidence that the sun and the hot stpvearc pouring out the same kind of energy R W Wood in Harpers Weekly ICHINES PROVERBS A vain woman Is to be feared for she will sacrifice nil for her pride fA woman without children has not JewelsIshe waylby men is not trustworthy Fear her glance Respect always a silent woman Great is the wisdom of the woman that Loldet her tongue Trust flot the woman that thlnketh more of herself than another Mercy will not dwell in her heart A mother not spoken well of by her children is an enemy of the state She should not live within the kingdoms wall A woman that respects herself is more beautiful than a single star more beautiful i than many stars at night The Table Turned A story Is told of a high Indian offi cer who nsln the habit of soundly thrashing his servants when they dis pleased him One day he ordered his khansamah to go to a summer bouse in the compound and wait for him there presently Burning up with a heavy horsewhip lIe then addressed the of fender Xow you scoundrel Ive got you In a place where no one can hear and Ill just thrash you within an inch of your life The servant though a man of powerful physique squirmed nativelike bah you sure no one can hear Yes you scoundrel Ive brougbtyou here on purpose Then sab I think It thrash you And he dfdrlt so thoroughly that lila master was pot visible for a week The Humqromi SaaMnn Next to the Americans said Max Nordau I think thut the Suabiaus are the most humorous people in the world A Suablan If he has nothing funny to say keeps silent Stupldltyis unknown among this race One night in Suabia in my early youth I called on a Suablan maiden She was very pretty Perhaps I stayed longer than I should Suddenly at any rate the young girls mother called in a loud voice from upstairs Gretcheu Gretchen Yes mother Gretchen answered Gretchen it 4s very cold here Will you ask that young man to shut the front door from the outside V An Unaelflah Husband cOnjurer pointing1 to his cabinet Ladies and gentlemen I now call your attention to the great illusion of the evening I will ask any lady in the uu dlcncc to step on the stage and enter the cabinet I will then close the door When I open it again the lady will have disappeared leaving trace Husband ao his wife Matilda thy love do oblige the gentleman and walk urx London Telegraph NotFatal NoMatter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cased Can Be Cured There are seven main features of heart disease viz Weakness or f Debility Rheumatism or Neuralgia Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation Enlargement Fatty Degeneration Dropsy Docufochtary evidence wl 1proo thousands of socalled incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Curcy Patients often have no Idea their dis ease Is heart trouble but ascribe it to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here aro some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain in Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort in Lying BpellsNervoustoughSwe11lng Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse I have great faith in Dr Miles New Heart Cure and speak ofits merits whenever opportunity presents 1 can now go up and down stairs with case where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block One year later1a- m still In good health the Heart Cure did so much for me that I find It a far greater medicine tnnn You claimed It to beS D YQUNG D D 697 North Pine St Natchez Miss Money back if first bottle falls to benefit THPTHT1 write us and wo will mall lJI you a Free Trial Package of Dr Miles AntlPaIn Pills the New Symptornyour case and tell you what Is wrong end how to right 1tt Absolutely Free Address DR dLELABORATO COIv4i s j TATTER By M LOUfSE CUMMINS CppyriihU tim by C McClure Dtr Rn lford Hpyt toiled along the UtII path n moving mnsl of cloaks and cameras f fI illS genial face holly as though he was right fiUShedsIDIleAI the merry party ahqajl Tbp tall graceful girl who seemed the center of it stopred suddenly ipushi ling her heavy hair backfrom her foreI tiieadLS I IIwho said this wasnt summer and delnnndicdtlac1Y The man who spoke was usually tol be fund at EIeCr iptons side HP turned ns llie niisyeiJ Iierand flung a llgh rent back to Iloy t IeredItad you seem to be tIle general burden earerhc trawled easily Mr Jeroldl What fi fshnme Elise 1auJhedBut she glanced rather con temptuously nt Iloyt The coat struck the young fellows shoulder andA slipped to thin ground The smile did not leave bis facet ns lip passed OIL In the grateful shade cjf the lighthouse lie dropped Ills Jon amd a mnriiiur of thanks stow Mv girls Wheres niy coat Jcrold cxauilocd the pile of wraps on thc groiiml Where you tlirtfvv It probably lloyt pickedJ npn stone cud shied It With easy strength Into the water Ij threw It to you Jerolds face flushed with chagrin Did you Well i only fag for we hiesn Ellse Ctoimptbu tunipd and for the first time in their acquaintance Looke- ddirectlyatIloyt Wby hes a man she thought wonderliigly Ilia eyes met and held hers steadily forn moment She looked quickly away annoyed to find herself blushing under his gaze After that site felt like a ship swept from its destined course by a strong wind Hitherto she lied acquiesced In her mothers wish that this outing nilgbt end In her engagement to Jer old though well aware that wealth wiqphis one recommendation But t look of Hoyts had been as a tiltl1dY breeze on a foggy day h Elise Crompton to sell herself Tl4e blood rose shamcdly to her tem plcis Morfe than ever she had wanted Ao HE SWERVED AT A SHARP OHT TTOM ELISE anything site wanted that this young man with the honest eyes should think well of her rite began to avoid tct atetcs with Jcrold but In spite of that what sin had learned to dread came a few days later Perhaps the possibility of Iloyt asl it rival lied given to Jerolds dUet tante wooiag thc spur It needed He inised his eyebrows in surprise There dulity almost when she temporized nid asked for tIme to think it over That afternoon she strolled down to thjb rocks alone Hardly laid she seated hqrself when a mans voice reached hqr coming in admonitory jerks from around this nextpromontory Elise leaned fOrward and saw Iloyt sitting quite near her Between his lknees 4ie livid the slnigglest and mpst forlorn of mongrels Ills hand was firmly closed upon One of th a dogs forepaws fHcro Jerold The gill drew back quickly Help inej 1I1ou1 The poor b0ast has cut his paw almost in two on a broken bottle The girl quivered nt the harshness of tile voice that answered 401i let the cur alone Where lies every one disappeared t jlloy ts reply sounded as though his tectli were closed ou something mid Elide could bear the noise of tearing cambric iWhen Jerold passed out of sight she rose Iloytthnl finished his bandaging and followed bi5tim mongrel on thre legs was ascending to tthe cliff path above iIook here TAtters did fellbw he niliiioiilsliid youd better go1ibnioIf jotive got one to go to which J very inucli doubt I could never take you to till hotel yon know 110 swerved at a sharp cry front Elife One foot hud become between the rocks Her body wldgeI uncertainly while her face grew white with the agony of a spraining ankle VHh a bound Hoyt was at her aide JnUlmecJbOto the path above 0b Her lips quivered with pain ahie leaned against hini ioud better sit down while I go for a carriage be said quickly Suddenly itruot humor shot into her eyes Tatters stood before her hiS bandaged paw pathetically uplifted in a ludicrous demand for sympathy Oh poor fellow know how badly It hurts There arc Vo of us she ex claimed ruefully Then she turned her face up to Hoyt How good you are how good Iloyt felt himself turning dizzy under her look Leave the dog with me1 she said suddenly I IIoul ilimto keep him always It IImny You 4 Hoyt stared in amazement from the girl in her young beauty to tlie bat tered animal at her feet and yet congruous as itxpeemed he could not donv in himself os be RtroC MUOV that 4 there lied been somethingsoniethhii for himin tire eyes of b0th which it meant madness to think of in cornice tion With Ellse Crompton That evening she satfon tjhe piazza in a low steamer chair with Hoyt beside her Tatters who had profe tingly been initiated into tbo wayrf of higher living through soap iud watert lily curled up on the end of her soft gown Is Jcrold to be congratulated yet Hoyt turned to her suddenjy Sbewas looking ort near the uoonllt water end did not whudrdV her gaze Mr Jerold will never bo congratu lated as far as I anj concerned she an iHoytsier thc one which rested oh the arm of lier chair Elise loclndupapd saw his face white and streoked In the moonlight SUe withdrew her I1ng sand glitly touch ed his COlt sleeve Why dont yousay It Her eyes were smiling naively Into Ills Say it I never have been mad enough 1o Cream that It would ire any use I have loved you from tim first moment I saw you sweetheart 5ir ever Tatters needed four legs it was then He got slowly on his three available ones and with this stump of a tail revolving like a windmill barked ecstatically for in the liioonlight thq two figures cast but one shadow Iloyt made a quick grab at jiim- Doyt ElIses fingecsi closed on rita Only for hIms I might never have known until tO late jtbat9 Iloved you Add site leanied her head against Hoyts arm nndllOoked critically lit Tatters r really think lit is a handsome dog dont you i1 promptlyAiid of the judges at iae dog stioW Tiic Ncr liita Gentleman Intbat curious codeof morals which obtains in certain classes of society a man may be a gentlemau nnd not pay his adler but a man nmfnot be a gen tleman if he neglects to pay the debts he lies incurred t over a gauie of cards to one who may have no need for the money A ama may often and di versely ll dyet be nigenllenian In fact that very question of how thor ough a gentleman he Is4 sometimes de ponds upon the dexterity and fluency of his ilea A few faults he should not c6mmit He must not steal for e ampl and he must wear clean llncnri He must not falsity unnecessarily only upon those occasions which particularly demand It j If he can possibly help jt he must not be a qowaiil In this country lie should not marry for njouey though In Europe that Is not only condoned but looked upon gs quite permissiblei if not corn uicndnbt clever The gentleman In Europe cannot dig aid to beg he is ashamed so the rich wife is the only respectable ayoutori the difficulties that he Is very orteuj in Geraldiue Banner in The Reader The Man of the Moment When they saw iihii coming along case in band they rushed to the door mid called arid beckoned and made frantic gestures As soon as be was within the house they almost dragged him upstairs and into the bedroom where she lay gasp lag and so very very paler What do you think three of them cried at once He was painfully Shocked and die tressed v C J think shes a very sick woman he said Thoy waited a secondhand thex one- Jsaid What shall we donfirst He looked surprised fI should call a doctor he said em phatically At that they all screamed at once But urdiit you n doctor lIe stifrted vloieutly and stai1 d at tthem in amazement So rniia1 piano tuner he tdpliedTown Topics The Loit Baby Wlmthas become of your baby sis ter Johnny asked a mother of her fouryearold son I haven seon her for an iouror more v Ob dont worry bout licri mimma replied Johnny Youll find her when you sweep the bouseExcbangez- A Blunderer someltMviiiiposslble be replied gallantly jicl be wonders tliat she sent his pre r Vow Yorker RUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are persons whp are thin and weak put ndt sick enough to go to beth II Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in comxnon English- ilicarislongsicknessI To stpp the continued 1loss of flesh theyneed Sc tt Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion It makes ncvfleshand gives new life to the Veak system i getsthin j nev1richnerves and gives appetite for ordinary food I Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and clo good all thee time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be gld to send you a few 1doseSfreeBe sure that this picture In the form a label is on the wrapper ot every bottle EuiusioSyoubuy I SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c iit4aUI drvSSIu 7 ANnAMERICAN AGRlCULTURISL t AvEKiCA VQUlcnJLTrnisr the great rural Journal of the bat and Soqthla the best and most practical ot Its kind FOR fifl YEARSlabeenthe ono accepted authrOU tty on It still raitntilM iisupremacy as the old reliable in all that pertalpa to farm practice and thought It Jj the most welcome publication pro farmers In aho Middle States and tho South f AnsntcAxAoriCULrUnlSTispaxt THE rnEOilUC jr aup totjic vaVie of its general and special editorial features and nolicr Ot no loss Yrelght Is the absolute rellablHty of Its reading and advertisements FREE YEAR Book AND ALMANAC low are preutdpdipeid with the AilCRICAX AGEI CCLTcnxBT YEAR and Atii for This great work Is p ot Progress and Events In the Wholo WorlirA Hirktt GuUet 1eIA tntamrj of SutkUoi A Iiefre TTrk on Every Subject of Tlmclr Interest Imala to triniurc ldstCcmarie ACiln anJ roeu It Is alMnAlU5XCflfC iiffTt JUtrdutilcal Dala liuu for etc Forceutt fof each month I ft JMP1 F nnPY 0 k iliTltmltnrUt will be mailed n onmrnuuri j iou br addressing GaUGE TAajrSL tijtttrui5f Tort CttrS f t J OjAmericaI Year Book and Almanac 50I r II wltJiMt pthe t this FOR Ij regulatestheI cingi cores summer complaint I Mayor Y wen of OaetuboroviKy iisays lOur baby wjs wastine away II whUc teething His bowels seemed beyond control Three physicians 3 gave him up Owens Pink Mixture = jI I 1 j j f the To cJThcJ a mystery where all the whlp Ope local concern Is able to about 20600 whips na single der favorable conditions and it one of inany companIeS WcstfieHl Is of course the center ofi tbe vbipraiik ing Industry of the world andlbere arcmany borees in that world Sonic df the local whip men have studied the automobile question to quite un ex to find out the ijossi ble effect upon the wbip business Some thought a fewyears ago tbat tbe bidy cle was responsible in a measure for the dull tunes In the whip business anti itthey have bad some etfctOne would suppose the rapid construction of electric roads all over trio country would tend to injure tluWhlp trade bit In spite of automobiles andelcctnic cars the output of wHips continues j0ir after year One of tle16cal whip mel said recently tbat ibeliad no fear of bicycles automobiles or electric earn ruiniiig the wliip busiuessi Robinson Crnsnb3 Can Stnid eoucrvzt tire persons ivbdi eve not endowed with any lucy smile Incrqtluloiisly arc told tbat tbe gun of the Immortal Iob luson Crusoe has long been tiif pro cr Jy of an English collector of curiosities for they Vill say to Ijjiemsolves tbaf- Unisoe was a myth and consequently batt it ivould be ag impossible to find iiiy of liEs personal property asia din rover a lineal descendant of lila man Friday Crusoe however was not by n o neans an imaginary character in tin sense that Don Quixote and Gil Bins were for DeFoe in portraying bhiii hud tn mind the seaman Alexander Sel kirk who was put ashzo c bX lila cap tafn on Juan Fernanda fln finiultatfit rd Island In September 17y Now Selkirk bathi with hliii oi the isiaiid a few boos uauttcn l instruments a knife a boiler n fcnf amVa gun with powder riml balKnd It Is tilL grhrwhich is owjied by the English cole lectoc tnntl it iIs knflwri fur and wide as Robinson Crusoes gun A Schemer Spottcdj The young man talks a great deal about his estates abroad Yes answered like one or two others who wantetl to marry Into the family rios anxious to trade his imaginary estate for some of thy wal estate Washington Star We EngHslynpn you have nothing to see over iVqro notblriji in the way of grand old things that have long since fallen into xlisusG havent eh Walt illll gott you of tire city go RocprdIIerald Ai1vn 1aj j I Has your busUand aljirttibiark or jmyibing of 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