You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 7, 1904. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1904 new1904040701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 7, 1904. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ww r 3- ltiiT i f j Git NEWSLEADER i ink f 11i r 11 i rt r fJ 04 2 If t 4nz9ii I New SeriesuVo1 XI No M 0 SPRINGI IELD WASHINGTON COUNTl KJiNTUOKY APRIL 7 1904r slt 1U ATEABi 1 t v SilTHQIIPSIIlJrRCBQBpITrJMBURI01J OS Thompson feft Co UNDERTAKERS 4AND EMBALMERS r = CarrV in stock all kInds of Fanefa 1supp1Ie PHONE 53 0 OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of 4 Washington County S2 miles southeast of Lexington 59 miles from Lo9Isvillc on Bardtow1 branch of sLouIsvi11e and Nashville railroad in 4rifarmizig and agricultural district Two Bnks telegraph and telephone tines exps office flour mills lumber t yards PopcatloriilOO population of 1 county ISOO Representative iu Congress Hon D r H Smith Hodffenville Ky Represcntaive in Kentucky Legislature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Hairy Lancaster Lsbanon Ky t County Directory v i CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octo r tir C E Pattest n Judge Hl Commonwealth AtEV Durham toreySr F M Campbell Clerk VjM G Leachman Master Commiss 6 loner QUARTERbY C9TJRT- Quarterly Court is heja on the third JiDnd Y in eacfcinpiith B L LUsey Judge COUNTY COURT County CXirt wets on tie fourth Monday in eicb mouth D Litsey Judge r W F Booker County Clerk TSMayeS County Attorney t George CatlettJailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham F Sidney Osbornf Jt rrRH Alullican Deputy EdJasters V JamF Moore County SntVTO Jjl Royalty Assessor rTPOBryah Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer fJJ M Montgomery 9oronerVrtm r J Bash Sapt VScaoolB P 0 Springfield CITY COURT i James R Noe Police Judge John Grase Mirshil ty F Grigsby City Attorney f 7 IJUSTICECOURT Justice Courts are held iu January April Jutj and October Church Directory 14 BAPTIST CHURCH Rev sJ Cannon Pastor Ser Ah every Sunday at II am and 700 Schoolat900s Prayer4Sundayp Wednesday night at7OOrMce ng on u y METHODIST CHURCH iDWard Pastor Services l Rev + on thfe First and Third Suudavs in each outhatll a m and 730 pin Su- nly at 10 amSundaySchool every Wednesday 4Prayer tmeetingfevery night 1 V CATHOLIC CHURC I SerPastorRev PF Hennessay t h and 10 ofdbckSunday at 8 vices eyery a Services at St Rose same hours J I Y CHRI iTIANs CHURCH SCV Felix Pastor Service Jacond and fourth Sunday in each month PRESBYTijRIAljr CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at I pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock wFraternal Ordeas MASOKIC LOtCE Spring eidi lodge No SO meets second Mouday in ract L fmonth washingtOn R 0 Chapter No 57 us9 every third Monday Springfield Council oZ2 meets on fevery ourth Monday KNiCHTsIof THElMACAaBES Meets evciv j111C1C1C iv inejclrmon rAMERICAN SSSS I 1m I SILVER 1 I 0k TRUSS I 1I LIGHT COOLp ItZaqtoWear I I XeUlai fNopreisureoa f SevereH RIps or Back J Hernia I Iounderstrapsr wdtCQtoet I Nevrove C SS SSS Haydonfr1f rl i I hare tiaed Chamberlains Stomach iiycr Tablet with most satiifactory MrsF L Phelps offsays rdgtlt3 Hoafton Texas For mdijreshou t bUIo4lsnesa and constipation these tab Sold ut Hay- t9I1a ejcellent 1et are 1Ii 4trugatore JK Mifii WW W T viW mro i I rf ROUN P LcOf TftLK iLII 1Yotill jYogrMDtrej But tome th eOld time June Is the sweetest rose I know roseI The fragrantoldtime June rose Of the sweeto1d llOng agoIj I know it oldfashioned And has long been cast aside The oldtime fashioned June rose That was cherished once with pride But o see eisa pleasure And to own one isa treat The oldtime fashioned June rose So fragrant rare and sweet Maud W Tood J7Y LANS Our The plans for tjlr the1 new St Catherine building are all made out and estimates are being made and furnished on the various classes of work and fittings whi h are to go into the building The structure will have a frontage of 255 feet andwi1l US three stiories Besides the basement It willll have three wings running back from the front and every detail of convenience and comfort will be observed in the construction of the new monastery and acade my The estimated cost is about 100000 and the estimates and be submitted immediplans will ately to the proper authorities for approval and then the work will be pushed with all possible haste A titkTwiliberun from tie railroad fine to the spot whichlwill greatly facilitate matters hi transportating building material tp tlie place A great effort Yip be made tp have the acAdemy ready by Sept m ber first V i ivOcD SHOWINGAgood idea vDC of jthQ growth and impor tance ofthe EuralFree Delivery ervice iin tWs county can be gathered from the figures of the firstyears business of the four routes Tunning out of Spring l field1 The teport as made out by Postmaster W A Waters shows that during the twelye months ending with March of this year that there were handled by the four Carriers a total of 141936 pieces of mail ntattgf divided as follows 44551 letteps of firstclass matter 83724 newspapers or second cl1 matter 10659 circulars or third class matter 2692 packages or merchandise 174 registered and 136 money Qrders The smallest business was in April 1903 or the first month when only 2221 letters were handled andthe largest business was for the month of March 1904 ivhen 5015 letters Were handled or i thus showing an increase of more than a hundred per cent The increase in other classes of mailI matter also shows correspond iingly as 9245 newspapers were handled during last month against 450Q during the first month of the service There are now 27 mail boxes on the four Springfield routes besides thelnew Willisburg route which has close to a hundred bexes established The petitions which ate in for the two new ioutes out of Willisburg and Mackvflle have not yet bedn acted onbut it is probable that they wilt be established Strange to say how ever protests have been made against these routes The source of the opposition emmates as usual it is said from the keepers 16f country stores and postoffices whQ fear the effect the mail routes will have on their own business How tins farmer or any private pitizen living along a mail rotate can conscientiously object to having his mail brought to his door is a problem yet to be solved yet some ot them sign protests usually letus hope uhdet ac misapprehension of facts TheFF D is for the benefit of the farmer and itwill benefit him if he willallow it w O GRANGE It iis strange what ji3 a terrorizing effect the report of the presence of a smallpox casB will haveon some people There are hundreds of good sensible people in this county today who since the little scare which has gone out about the disease here would not come within i mile of ucw4wJ24z Hoovnfor pay It is Ihard to beleive that sensible people willl be so ext eme about such a thing ibut such js certainly the case theIl at present The truth is that a person frpin the county could cone into town and attend to any Dusiiiess with as much safety from exposure to the con tagion as if he remained at home for the reason that the few crises here were promptly isolated and there is absolutely nq danger of anyone contracting the disease by being present on the streets or in any of the stores or Offices of thetO IiI But it is a hard matter to so Convince some that such is the case However we beleive that whm the true con diti n of affairs becomes known that confidence will be restored and the local merchants will again get buy and make up for lost time After all the scarce which is often made greater than it should be fiy exaggerated re ports is soinqtinfes the worst feature of a smallpox outbreak DO IT TOUAY The timeworh iinjunction NeAef put off ttill tombrrpw what you can do today is nbw- genra11ypresented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and llet that remedy be Dr Bos chees Jerman Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years 4 few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use fora few days willI cure you corn pletely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you lungs German Syrup will surely affect a cureasit has done bor fQTa in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble NOw trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At G J Haydons drugstore Tray Averted Just in the nick or time our littlejboy was saved writes Mis W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havcc witH him and a terrible cough set inb sides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumotton and our darling was saved Hes now sound and e1 Everybody ought to know itsthe only sure ureforUoughs Colds and all Lunn diseases Guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist Price 50c and tDo ri al hat Ues ScIaTic Rhenmsiis1 havebecn subject t6 sciatic rTieu matisih fonyears says E H Waldron of Wiltpn Junction loa My joints were stilt and gave me nuch pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up I used Chain berlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have hot had a pain or ache from tlv Old trouble for many months It is certainly a most vonderful liniment For sale by C J Haydon Druggist Commissioners Sale rFidelity Safety Vault Go Plf r vs lEqty Mary Spalding dfts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the February term thereof 1904 In the above cause I shall proceedSto offer for sale at the tourt House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 25 1904 at 2 oclock pmpr thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of months Ute following described propert towit A lot situated on the south side of High Street in the tow t of Springfield Ky known as oiieof the Seminary lots being lot No J38 on tbe map of said town For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved sscurity or sureties must execute bond hearing legal interest trom date ot sale until paidand having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will berequirpd to comply with these terms M Q LEACHMAN M Cw Cc fggs for Sale Barrel Plymouth Rock Eggs for jale ap 40 cents par setting ot 17 eggs J Mrs Wilson Green R F D No 4 SpnngBeld Ky Mackviile 4W P Hatchett sold a light pair of males to Hugh Stiles idf Springfield at 205 sold n sev n jt1sO14l3o r eacb1jIeJ1i 1ffis visiting relatives in our yicinii B atchett bought a 3 year old mare mule of Will ODaniel Lebanon at 135 Hatchett Camden Attended saljnLouisvillel everything bringing high prices Winnie Case we are sorry to report still very low but hope he will sotm improve I Charlie Camden soldkabunh oW471b hogs to Peter 4JoJ at 55 per hundred Irvin Mayes sold an 8yearotd combined horse to R A Dodd of Wilmore at 105 IuuI811latOrYRllffli1Sffl G fCd 1Orkill Dyerlime fi ignorepby1 Dr lings Wew Life Pills Millions are alWdYS al worli night and day curing Indige tipn Biliousness Con tipatiQ Sick Hedache and all Stomach Liver and Boweltroubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c tit C J Harriotts drug store Serions tofflphh Trou1 Cnic I was troubled with a distress in dy stomach sbvjr stomach and vomiting spells and can truthfully say that Chamberlains ttomach and Llv4r Tablets cured meMRS T V Wiit IAML Lain sbnrg Mich These tali lets are guaranteed to cure every case ofstpmach troubleot this character For sale at Haydons Drugstore Good for CUlireo harmlerOned ate rliefizi all cases of Cbngh ija Grippe and Croup because it does not pass immediately into tie t stomach efthetion heals and soothes and cures p ir manently by enabling the Junns to contribute pare lifegivihg and lice sustaining oxygen to the blood apd tissues One Minue Cough Cure iis pleasant to take and it is good alike for fatIScpu sviIIe r Willie Smothers t very popu lar young man of this place his gone to Illinois He will be with hiscousin R J Crouch formerly of Poiin Ky Owing IQ the lateness of thtf spring farmeis are very much behind With their work Rr B Scruggs will enter the firm ofjll T Scruggs for the presr ntyear partner Mrs Morrit Foster of Willis burg visited the family of Joe Foster last Monday Misses Mabel Keeling and Sallie Hendren attended church at Willisburg last Sunday Mr M V Crouch has taken the contract to finish the new church which is being built at this place Scruggs Bros were in Louis ville last week purchasing their new stock of spring goods Mr Gabe Clark dhis aged and esteemed mother were in our midst Saturday MISTLETOE fcRlOtSr r Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork lloSs qf sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable reme dy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficfent to cura disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its- a wonderful tonic aiid eiFectivet nervine And tho greatest all around medicine for run lown syst ms It dispells Nervous ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels alarm germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist Nice Homes For Sale Iit you contemplate moving to town to go into business or to educate your children ll on us We have some nice town and suburban property for sale and can suit you Prices reasonable SEAHOY NEIKIRJC Paonel2la OBSERVATION r TheStriugtown Parson Indulges infa Teyy Remarks Concern Inq His Wanderings MR EDITOR Si npe our last communicatiOn from the city of Btringtown we have beeni some what engaged looking after our fleck seeing if It sere1M the tight pasture and if properly sheltered from the twirid and storm Our Qxperiences have oeen many and of plenteous vaney ranging through all sorts of gradation rushing ofttimes into climaxes that sent chill to the spins and sweat not perspiration lothe brow Some of these experiences were due to the peculiar characteristics of the Stringtown flock otherdi to the mysterious seen and unseen withr which we are here surrounded The peculiar characteristics may be summed up in the follow ing striking statement Sheep and Goats Those wHb have Fad dealings with the last men tioned animal can appreciate the difficulties and daagers atteuding him who in a moral sense car ties the shepherds staff The Master was not wasting time nor the letters of alphabet when he spelled out the word goat and appended it to the western end Of some cognomens How would this striKe you Mr Jno Rev Smith G 0 A TThis is not a1sing at the Smith famiiv but merely an iirus tration while it has not the eu phonious swing of such titles as A ffL B S D DInor would it be so attractive yet jut think of ihecases where the appella tion vYuld fit heaMti fully There he is in the choil in the Sun diy school in the great congre gation in fact hqs everjwnere into everything and always abuttin He refuses absolutely to be shoo d About the only thing one can do is to climb to a place of safety and liiie the wo mrfn whose goat was chasing the book agent cry out Go it Bill ieI By thus encourag ing him In this innocent sport punctuating the encourage ment with clubs and stones we may force him finally to say as the mail did who ranjrtgainst stopTbrespective flock may walk by the waters of quietness and lie down in pastures of tender grass Mysterious peaking of the seen and unseen here and hereabouts why dOItvou done and see for yourself The scenery bordermg the tringtown iikc the people the town itslf will all be interesting to you The only tlifng that mart the beauty of the scenery is an ungainly pole pulled right ddwnlacross the high way However we shall not worry about thisas cOntrast only tends to male Ihe beautiful seem more beautiful This shall be QUi comfort us we pty tolj and drivGon The old Strirglown schoolhouse which has been spi much admired mid looped up to has become puffed up with pride and gone to putting onj airs Vether boarding new window and paint are responsible tori great extent for thesi1ationbf this once noble chaTacter But despite all this pretentious dressing up one can tell by the droop in the shoulder the i3arfllyti i twist of the body thatfshe stapds on the verge of dissolution The careworn crippled old grocery j pjj Ayersa uiizr 4al Your doctor will tell ypu that thin pate weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few da- ysSarsaparilla The change is very prompt and very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has our formula and will explain old for B hy months no onethouffhtYcould live became of thin blood DIR tu a fsw reeks Ater raparilla corn I PletetII t eJg i VIDeand N a llottle 1 clT o- Altdnllrlld Miss forLowell The Children iIIIousneiSCOflStPtiOfl preyent re everY QLLre the5ew1t is fdst hastenins to iits disinte gration and will soon be a thing of tJiepastThe lone gravestone of Blooiily Hollow which has witnessed so mans sad and tearful scenes erernany ears will lie hidden away iin tlie of the earth Avery bosomi those who played with John as they affectionately call Mr Loyd duririg his boyhood days andIseen no more iit String t4isvn will always be remembered because of the characters who alkcd her streets and contribu tpd their part toward the making of ar book Anyone reading thisi bopk who is at all supersti tious and pqssessed of any sort of imagination would pot dare venture forth onfhe streetaof Stringtown at the still solemn hour midnight unless unlessr well unlesshe carried with hUn a rabbit f00 or Was more unafraid than the VSTRINGTOWN PARSON Florence Ky April 3 RieHTHEEEfflSPRINQFIED r I Wood Canipbeli Guarantee to Re fund Money If Hyornel Pall to Cure theWprelj base ot Catarrh It is no uncorapnjtjiiaff to see a medicine adTcrtised guaranteed cure BufcinvcBtigation usually stov3fhatt- he guarantee is made by some unknown firm hundreds ofmiles away The guarantee though hat comes with Hyomei is entirely pifferent It is made by Wood Campbell one of the most reliable drug flrpis in this section They advertise that if Hyoj i caintNobetter reputation for square dealing thenlheythe money IfHypmei fails to cura catarrh n9 one has any qnestioa a to the agreement being lived up to Iboth In the Bpiritand letter Hyomei is very easy and pleasant to use Just breath it through the little iubaler thafccomes with every outfit every breath will bring recovery so much the nearer It kiljs all thegerms ofcatarrhat troubles in the air pas sages of the head th oatand lungs soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane and is the only natural cureforcatarxth The complete outfit posts one dollar and extra bottlet ot Hyomei can be obtained for fifty cehts Do not let a slight patarrhal trouble develoy into one that may be serious and chronic Use Hyornei at once remembering that yon run no risk whatever when you try Hyomei on Wood Campbells offer of No cure no pay1 I BeSt GOOh Mctha iOrGhlldrenf When youbuy l ough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place inlpHcic confidence You rant one that not only reJieycs but cures You wantone that is un questionably harmless You want one that is pleasant tcltakc Chamber llains Cough Remedy meets all uf these conditions There is nothing soc gobd for tne coughstand colds incident to childhood It is also a preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever from whooping conch when itis given It has bees used in many epidemics of thatdisease with perfect success For sate at HAY dons Drugstore hue Residence Mr Henry delen the wll i known distiller is preparing to build an elegantji homo during the coming summerj His architect t is at work upon Ihe plans and specifications ahd when they have been completed work wili be commenced upon tbe new structure rIhe proposed house will be erected upon the site of- the present hous0 which win be torn away It iis Mr Edelen antention Jo erect a large and handsome brick house fitted with all imoderh conveniences The house when jfinished will be one 6f the finest and most ele gantly appointed residences in this section of the State The location is a most desirable one and MrT Edelen will spare no hi51newelegancebbmtort son Repord Arc Yon a iJyslJeDtic Ifypu are 1ldiErepU you ove it to yourself rind your friends to get tvell Dyspepsia aqnoys the dyspeptics blends bqcausb his isease sours hi t dispositioq as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only cure dyspepsiai indigestion and scur stomach but this palpatable reconstructive toni + digcatant strengthens l the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life ae well as the toni acb Whcaypu take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It ifa digested assimilated and its nutrient jpropci ties appropriated by the blood and tissues HJealth is tje iqlt 3cl4l Cwrleus Blrfl KIted t f Henry Weathers of Solitude last week killed a Very large bird the like of which so far as can be learned has never before been seri in this part of the State From tip to tip of wings it measured six feet and lhre e inche from tip to Up of btjl to toes five fqettwo inches from tip of bill to tail five feet four inches Tjhe plumage of the bird embraced six different coll I ors It generally wasof dove color mixed in wings and tail with brown blaqk yellow whit and red The top ol the head was white with white stripe run ning down necks The bill was golden yellow tall sport toes tour jointed and sligbty webbed eyes large andyellow The bird wasnot at all wild and would per l upon trees Mr Weathers presented it to Mr W Ash who stuffed the skin It is re garded its a great curiosity and is attracting much attention Bardstown Stardird GOOJ SPIRITS Gfoodspiritdont all comb from Kentdfbky Their main soprce is the liver and all the fine spirits ever made m the Blue Grass State coildnoteinedyl a bad liver or the hunBiedando ne il effects Jt produces You cant have goo l spiritsan4a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition it YQu would feelbcyantsl1appyand hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous anti successful il your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flower t b e greatest of all medicines fOr the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia indigestion It has been a favorite housenold remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and activo and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles Top At C J Haycfon s drugstOre 2 TlieB5stFpflySalflt y DeWitts Witch Hazel gives instant relief from Burns cures Cuts Sores1 Bruisjes Eczema Tetter and all abra sions of the skin Jn buying Witch Hazel Salve iit is only necessary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts and cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and qite a few are dangerous white De Witts Witch Salye is perfectly harmless and cures Sold bj ail druggist J =Smallpox Outbreak It is reported here that Mr Toni Mudd Js suffering with a severe attack of smallpox at Fredricktown My1udd wits jni Bardstbwn on the 18tb and Returned the following day to Fredricktown where he had rooms over Mr George Alveys saloon Monday the 20b he developed a case of smallpox and the little village was thrown into- a state of consternatson The patient was removed ton buiLt IDga short distance from the town He is receiving good at teution and his recovery is almost assured Mr Mudd iis a traveling agent for the McCormick Machine Coandis well known here Standard STATE OF OHIO Crrv OF TOWJDO 1 ss LUCAS COUNTY 1 Frank J Cheny makes oath tjbahe tstsenior partner of the firm of EICheney Co doing business in the City of Tdledo County and State afore said and that sari firm will pa the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bythe use of Hills Catarrh Cute FRANK CHENY y Sworn to before me and subscribed ji my preseuce this 6th day of DC cetaber A D 1886 4 SEAL AWGLBASONNQTARY Halls Catarrh Oureis internally blood add nip and acts directly on the cous surfaces of trfe system Send for testimonials free 1J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold hy all Druggists rsc Takcttalls Family UiJ for conuli pation A Cure tor Heada he1 Any man woman or child iuffcrin from headache biliousness or a clnjl droway feeling should take one or two sf DeWitis Little Early Risers n rnl ind aornintr These famoua little because they are a illi are famous ionic as well as pillS While they ciensc tbcyatem thy strengthen ad reRUdlt by theIr topic effect oa tIle liver bowels Sold brafl druggIst J t THE OLD iiUWVs InPOWDERI In AbsoIl t1Piir THEREtS NOSUBS7IW7Z tt1 WiLLiNG TO HELP iAm Old Seaman Scheme t Wlx Upaor Far a Favorite An amusing story Is told of an old- En uakr on one of the Unit a States cruisers in the ngrtll Atlantic squad ron He was fldt apcrson of wideaf t fectlons Put he had a Warm place iiiJhis heart for a young ensign who ha4 been kind to him in many 1Ittldwayg Oneday a landainart Jell mtberigging to the water and ash could nqt swim he would have been drowned butt r If youngofflcfewho s rang ha after him and held him mi till assist ance came JJatcif the young officer iecelved at complimentary letter from eSeretag of the navy Every oni rpjoiceo hut the old seaman j he coveted the let toT for his ensign Thats a nice thing to havea letter like tha hesaidsfaMfew days later You ought to have one V 4I dont quitO see hoW I can get neFlaughed the ensign Well see here said the Jold mars eagerly Tomorrow nightrrirbe In the main chains fussing with some 4it apdjouThat would be Tery good of you sald4he ensign gr ve1ip1utr01J see Im not a good swimmer by any means 0 Ho thats n6 natterlwsaldtthe old jclmes jl CRACKFDfVQICE A Lack ef Musciar C afr lhWJiat Cazfs tlteBrealc The pitch ot the hUInToedepend prhuarily pou thQ number ot jscords 1cnsion of the cqrds which Increase InV llength with the growth of the inrynx Quo of the deepest bass notes from the greater length of the cords has only eighty double vibrations a Mon while a soprano volle cnn give 092 suclf vibratfons in the same time J The size tn lads larynx Is roughly plplughood Ills larynx grows rapidly and till vocalvcordsbecome elongatednearly ih the pkportlon of three and afealf to two XThe cartilages by whichtheh tension Ms regulated also shgrc4a thin growth Vis Is miccii by the swellIng of the so cn led Adams applal Now art these parts donot increase w th equnV rapidity hence themuscn lar contrpiXjvhichl must be very exact IS rendered iuuiertgjn and the T0icei j v saId to brak sImllarchange takes place in the caseof wo but very much less in amount and a further compensation m tne formation otlthe tfpper part of the larynx s rvf to disguisethe effect jt tLi Toe Mack LHIHII r Do you not feel at times reaiked f the fireside critic that real MR can ba carried too tar on the stagey YesrepUcd the tragic actor with a sigh The last man I was working 7 for dfalt He wanted to pay us all 3ff in stage rnoneCIncInutLT1mes Star Xfi Iron Mountain Roe bpewies Pullman Tourist Sle periJrSt r Louis ttf California l3e vngy330 A M daily via Little Kodkt Texarkana Dallas lit Worth and El Paso Tbj Ideal Route to Caiiforbia FaM ucule heap v Colonist rates ureSecfe daily dqring March and April 1904 to California and the North iwest PullmaDVTpiiiristi sle pirs f via Missouri PacifiCi t Leavs St Louis every Thurs4y 9 mt from Kansas CIty WcdnesTday i Thursdays and Th4ys63OpJ m going via Piwblo DRG r System through thif Gl iiwood Spings Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homese tors ftndColp ist rates to various pointsi iitthe Wes and Southwestt Oeiy Jir t and third Tuesdays eack mifth For nap foldersr dcrlpbvlltIerature rates etc cMtI il Itest ticket agent acfdrws r Th T G Mathews I tTP A Room 301 Norton Bldg fLowisvihI Ky Li 4 r 1 WA1TEDMeI o wr as rep riJI ht4j19Lu3igh magazne hJi commiiia + j Cash prizei Write J jl JEfaim eit6O East WS4trnNew- YorkN Jc 4iiii rqaxfleifor the year ISOI are apjr pliyaVia and parties owing ame are notified to call and eiti cTj RLMlsfIr a NS r PVPD XYZZY TILT3IDAT gt AVEAMIN ADVANCE t ff V SWHHGMELD KY I r L L DAVISON Jr t + nHAaPoUanB LTTh if L a4MH aeUee c psi I to sek 4Iuueoo t IiII pe ltJClmatter ti i ipi1sw i wer kttow ra but cnsb mv4 bi p4d UT8C1 er 1eods u iA4TUlz ek ek LJ0 on lLbei1- i I mtiaatlM MielutkJ as of respect 3 ip rel1HEOl IStftt t 250 r M 500 D4r3tP sis cU0 1 t TUMDAY APRIL 7 1904 We arc JMUMriaM to announce the 1roioaut DPARROTTV ik a eMMlate rot the flce of Sheriff t b Wafctaft B oovaty mbject to the i nU St MM Deaaocratlo party toctiM Qyeber 105 The war news from the far Ekit ha narrowed down to dc countaof the m vementsfof im i iMiwe numbers of troops of the two armies to occupy advanta geous positions he two nations areeither makhig gigantic bluffs l at each other or there will some 4 day be onexrf the biggest battles Iii history LcwiUvilie is Cavingi an epi 3 icBi3 of labor strikes The iron i Siocker bricklayers and job t printers are demanding more wages and shorter hours The old fight in tlie Eejpublii dranks in Louisville between saj3p and antiSapp forces has been renewed J FlUJOOT mIl CHESS MIita MIC Onty Natural Way to MrIriuiSlld Plesh Says jij1taWdCampbeII tfhire are altogether too many pale tkta and eataclted people who manl fMtly d ibt have the proper weight Tie hat two years pale thin people aYe iBci ase4 IB Bombers rapidly XwacUttd faces aad general thin MOLB bcoYercome by the use of MioBa tkeilesh forming food that JirBffists Wood Jb Campbell aresclling IB Mk large uahjtities You who he UaiJt81c ciieekB can lie fat pita 4ro r hearty wilh the rosy glow of health If you will bnt pse Mioa- j Wood ft Campbell one of the most 1 rsliaW toug irs iin this auction are J 1elliag Mioaa al 5oc a box under a positive aad abfolute guarantee to refmadyojir Moaey if it 40es not fill out tkln heeks and make the user 4llamp roy and healthy perfectly4tiralf s toed 0eat aids asafmilation re Atore the digestive organs to action aid piita the whole system in ptoper physical condition Those whg use Mloaa do Bot risk a penny when thea jinyit Druggista Wood Campbell will give a written guarantee with evrox to refund the money if it does Bot increase flesh give freedom fram itaaaach troubles and restores health aad strength Go to their store tOday aadget a mouths treat melt to be ased at their risk Iiekd the CortrA writer In Law Notes speaking of the late Joha MacMahpn says Mac Mahoafl style was painfully heavy his Vtteraace a little thick skid be was en t1r8l ly devkl of humor His bearing at ties was set of the best and for that retuw lie taovfht It was the beit poll cy te agree with any remark that might be IH4e by the Jjudge before whom lie dl4notbqeuI OB eM occasion he was appearing beI- teNr a iBMter of the rolls vtfo jth ought that MacMahon was arguing rather j elesMitary law for such a court asbls Yea are speaking as If I were a mere JJtre Ja tke law Mr MacMahon said j the BHUterof the rolls testily Quite so B y lord Old counsel airily pro ceeateff with his argument oblivious to aaV regardl as of what the Judge t Mt wl A1 91 Custusa IB Ckiaa r i Afcatpca ia the life of the Celestiall S whaa at beaae says the author of So L tty la China Is the number of Itln f i raat cratteea who earn their liveli hood OB the street Almost anything frMB the aieaisg ota broken rice bowl te the most elaborate cue dress teg way be ebtalned of one or another t ta M ite et travelers Blacksmiths tarry tbe implements of their trade abeat with ta M the bellows so con- atrvetot as te serve also the purpose of a b sad a seat when off duty If a BMBS jacket or shoes need repair ills kt my bail a passing tailor or- ubb1st s4 Besslbly employ the time while waltiac with the services of an iUISSt1ITWr- 5F a akcr f rlUmeMt 4 4 Jt to Mt feaeraHjr knows that the SMN k always Jttr yea to the Mfiiiir aAcials ef the state No one ajVteatbM UBI with a bat and If aa M P passis Mat tke street the JaY P BMlMM ebeteaBc Ills iavlta ttoM to 4hMMT ate eeaiBMads which terWre ibe sarrtadtr ef previous en q icceptedbetJ VMktac Tery ca4t al la a black vel t Nt satt aa M Ps feme M Psah passLoadop t I IkNews From The County k I HppeIn Amont the ounty Peplo Ias Reported by our orrespondtnts nn n rl nflRwrm fFrcderlcksfown b Mrs John Smith of Spring field wits tbe guest of her son here this week from here she went on to Hpwardstown visit her sisterM sCarricoI Kent Smith has sold his to baccoto the Continental Compa ntof Springfield It was thet finest tobacco raised in this sec tion and yielded 2000 pounds toi the acre It was raised on Mrs M L Connors farm Miss Miry Hamilton was the guest of Miss Kate Shaunty a fews days last week Miss Mary Lpgan Connor of Botland was the guest of her mother here last week Rev CampbeU of Ifarr d burg pas3ed through here Saturday en route to Botland to fill his regular fourth lunday appoint ment at that place James Combs and daughter Miss Lonf are moving intothe property vacated by Mrs Sarah Ross OharleSPuryear of Lexington was a guest at Mrs Connors lastweebv MOORS71LLE Easter Sunday was rather a gloomy day v peopleIMr Batterton and Mr Rowland purchased a stack of pat- sfrOmeo fl Weekley and went after them last Saturday when lo and behold the stacks were rotten from top to bottom Died Wednesday Math 30 1904 Mr Alfred Benham bf in firmities of old age Ha was in his 84th year IJe was ap hbnor able and upright citizen His remains were interred at Mt zW April 1st fc Charles Shelian and Miss Maggie Smith visited Mr Warren Pile at S mms last Sunday Miss lieiia Vall of Bardstown who is attending school at Prof Greenwells visited her parents at this pace Saturday and Sun day wSoo Bilis losHi a valuable cow last Saturday Cause of dealh unknown People will wind tip sowing oats this week but little garden ing has been dose yet Messrs Huston Bros have re moved theirsaw mill on Doe Run on the lland of T D Clarksori andWill saw for the neighbor hood Maud wIn soon have a tele phone now give her a bridge and the people will be happy Jj M Wail will erect a llarg tobacco bart commencing this month Mr Joe Beaven has the contract Steve Bishop of Polinwas in our vicinity Sunday Joe Goatley who is located at Auburn Illinois writes heiswell satisfied and will be back this fall to get a Kentucky woman for his wife e Mr John Cheatham passed away on Easter Sunday morning He was an old and respected citizen He died at the home of his son Ben The remains were irAerred at Mt Zibn Monday Dee Crow of Fiederickstown was in oUr midst llast Sunday itP S Barber bougnta bay gelding from Mr Jeff Smith for 160 Will and Ed Gray of PaBn were over io see their best girls last Sunday WillisburA Dn W W Hyatt antf Mr W S Gjbbs were in Louisville last week to see Cecil Gibbs who has beenill thereforseveral months They reported that Cecil Vas getting along nicely and would beablc to be at home soon Quite a stir was made in our vicinity over the changing of the mail route but we supposojour citizens will receive their mail alright even if it isa day later We iegret very much bving to give up Mr Scrogbam and his r estimable wife we hope th will be pleased with their situayI lion Grant has been on rbadjfor severall years and the lAyersPills WutOlli moustache or bejnj tlWMtlfil brpwm or richfcUck t1fe JC people find him honest and upright in his work Dr M W Hyatt and wife of your town werein our midst last week paying their best respects to their many friends We are always glad to see the Doctor and his wife Miss Clark Blanton a very charming and attractive young lady of Boston has been the guest of Mrs W S Gibbs for the past week r Dr Grume and wife of Louis yUle bave come to our tos n to reside for awnile The Doctor has a good practice and we are glad to have him With us Mr E E Brown will locate where Grant Rcrogham moved from Dr A M Shieldsi of Chaplin was calle at the bedsideo Mrs Harrison Steele last Friday who is very in- Homer Hughes received a telegram from Larkin Fla on llest Saturday stating the death of Mr Granville Hughes He was born and reared in tins state haying left here five years ago He leaves a wife and two children who reside at this place and one sister Mrs Andrew Anderson of Beechlandl Mr Hughes was well known in this county He was 05 y ars of age Clelahd Cheat m Lester Gjbbs Jcihu Noel and John K Wilson attended a musicale given bt Miss Addye Keeling of Tatham Springs on last Friday night All feport an enjoyable time Your correspondent desires to express our many thanks to our kind friend Lilac for the nice letter that W4S written several weeks ago oh our little village We certainly appreciated the kindness in granting the request that was made arid am nre allx that read the letter enjoyed it Mrs Ed Kays died near this place on last Saturdaywith that dreaded disease consumption She leaves several brothers anJ sisters and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her death She was formerly Miss Cora Quinn Her parents lied when she was quite saaU and she made her home with Mr Wesley Moore up to fhe time shed married Valley Hill Messrs Earnest Edward and James Goatley Hubert Virgn and Joe Johns went to Smith yule last wees where they purchased about 200 bushels of corn at 45c Mr Charles Lewis and wife spent lastSunday at the home ol Mr E J Pinkstori pf Litsey Mrs John Virgin bas returned nome after a weeks vjsit to her daughter Mrs Thomas Reed Mr D Shehan of the Grove purchased a cows and call from MI James Goatley at 30 Mr Benedict Clements also pur chased a cow from Mr Goatlej attho same price Wallace Seay purchased four calves at the sale of John Snider at1250 per head Thomas Odor a buggy at12 andlVM Lefflei a cow price uninowu We are glad to report our sick much improved e W F Mpran sold about 1001 bundles of oats to L M Walker and about the same to Mr Frari lk Martin at 3c per bundle M ontgomeay Reed a nd Sam Tucker had a horse swap Mon djay Mrs Benedict Janes is quite ill of pneumonia Miss Della Virgin is visiting her Sister Mrs Edward Goatle th i week Pleasant Grove jylf rStevie Thompson and Miss Elizabeth were the pleasant of Mr Robt Thompson and family last Friday We were in Fran kforfc last week but we would give a tot if we had stayed at home Capt Settles who is making the race for Coroner will make a cleansweep in the Grove Miss Add e Cox one of Mack vill aIS charming young ladies has come to make her homewith her unceMf J I Marin Thei great rule of health Keep the bowes regular AntI the great inediciie 7OLyiCyer BUGK1NGHAMS DYE wI IU aeswa qi a r L wtJi w- rMiss Saute Fitzgerald has re signed ber position as postmaster of the Beechlandpbstofflce The young folks of the community are making a strong effort to organize a Christian Endeavor Society at the Pres jbytorian church of this place May their efforts be crowned wMi Success Mr Stanley Edwards and Bro otIfield attended church at tlrs place Sunday Little McMakin and Mit Leachman are oa the sick listJ this week Miss Salhe Trent has returned home from a yisit to her sister Mrs Mary Crow near Chawnf Wow c Mrs J C Taylor entertained Monday evening in honor of her charming yisitbr Miss Mary Russell of Louisville Jjittle Edith Trent is On the sick list week tlensorifon i This beautiful weather JlS oncemore gladetied the hearts of the farmers In thfe section farming and gardening are going on at a lively rate Vie are glad to report the sick some better inthis community Robert Burns died on Sunday 3rdl4t his home aft r an illness Of a few days Mr Birnswas oorn July 23 1856 died April 8 1903 He leaves a wife and two sons Sara and Harry and a host of sorrowing and sympathizing friends to mourn his death The remains were interred in the Bethlehem cemetery Rey R L Purdom spoke words of com fort to the bereaved Floyd Carpe er and Ora Cocanougher were married at Uncle Billie Mays On Sunday March 27 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Springfield in the State of Ken tucky at the close pf business March 28 1767 geEaO CES Loans and Discounts he198018 61 Overdrafts secured and un secured 518963- U S Bonds to secure cir culation 5000000 itercbandlee 633150 Banking house furniture and fixtures 560000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 376276 Due from State banks bankers 41734 Due from approved reserv ed agents 4201768 Notes of other National banks 37800 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 9908 LAWFUL MONEV RESKEVE IK BANK VIZ Specie i614740 Leg ltnder notes 7725001387240 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 250000 Total 832808690 IIA ==a- Capital stock paid in 8 5000000 Surplus fund 760000 Undivided profits less ex pens and taxes paid 344662 National Bank not out standing t 5000000 Due to other National banks 519292 Due to State Banks and Bankers 161294 subjectto 16170505 Time certificates ot deposit 3854780 Liabilities other than those above stated fiisT Total 32808690 STATE orKBNTticKT our or WASh I AC McElroj Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement isitrue to the best of my knowledge and belief A C McElroy Cazbir Subscribed and sworn to before mt tbn 5th day of April 1904 JANePWCoKyConnEcTAtt4st I BLLITSE F 11 CAMP ELL Directors H M GRUNDY I GOT AS GOOD AS HE GAVE How Philanthropic C rc raii Wm1 AnBirerca by m Woman The laM W W Corcoran the million alt philanthropist of Washington who gave to the cllyp the magnificent artgnllery which bears his name was very fond of telling bow he was once overmritclicd by a Wealthy maiden la dy from whom be desired to purchase a piece of property Mr Corconm was the owner of the Arlington hotel at the corner of Ver mont avenue and II street Adjoining the hotel property on the H street side was a handsome brownstone mansion owned by the maiden lady The lot upftp which the house was built ex teuded buck to I street a distance of four hundred feet and abutted on the rear of the hotel property j Mr Corcoran found it necessary to enlarge the hotel property and with this end In view desired to purchase the rear end of tlie llot owned by the maiden ludy As she was very wealthy be knew that a large price would not be any special Inducement and for a time was at a loss to know exactly how to approach her He final ly concluded to go straight to the point and therefore addressed ber the tel loIlf cae RUTS The walkirtg sick what acrowd of them there are Persons whojare thin and i eak but not sick enough logo to bed IuChroni cases thatts what the doctors call them t hich in common English means long sickness To stop the continued 1 ssof flesh they ned Scotts Emulsion For thje fueling of weakness they reed Scotts Emulsion It makes new flesfy and rives new life to the weajk system jiI Scotts Emulsion jl gets hin and weak persons Qu- ttf the rut Ijt makes new jich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetitje for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can betaken as long as sickness lasts and do good a11tj tile time Ther snev strength and flesh in every dose J We will bji glad to send you Ja few doses free Be sure that this jiictnre Jin the form of a label is on the vrrapp r of every pottle Emulsion buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St jNY 50c and SI t all druglK Dear Miss CHow much will iou tqce- foryour back yard We wish ttj enlarge the Arlington hotel Yours sincerely W W CORCORAN Promptly came the reply Dear Mr CorcoranHow much wUJ you take for the Arlington hotel l W4 wishi to enlarge our back yard Your cordially J 9 WHY WE TREMBLE The Nerve Actions Superinduced jiijr Cold per and Anger Cold by stimulating tbej sensory nerve endings in the skln prJduc corresponding irritation in tlje brUq motor centers and by contracting tlie blood vessels in the skin produces a temporary excess of blood in the brain Tliis Interferes vim4the steady flow of nerve force to the muscles so that jthe spasmodic action of these nerve ciirV rents produces the trembling duet to cold Jj Of trembling from fear or anger Darwin gives this explanation jlen d Ing long generations have enaeavored to escape from their enemies y flight or violent struggling These cause breathlessness and trembling of the muscles Whenever fear is felt the same results t uQ to appear through the force of 1nherltancennd association Just as furious rrtge leads persons to make violent attacks on the Object of their resentment so in uilld F capes though no such attack may jek made the beginning of violent e ertloh namely trembling of the iliuscles tends to show itself But the chief cause of trembling from fear jor aager is according to the same authority the Interruption or disturbance of the transmission of nerve force from the cetobrb spinal syiitem due t6 montnl agitation Why or how the emotions affect the cerebro system through the mind in this y isl knot known sej The FIrt liar of Nap ns A French writer who itly was conservative and did not weliroiue the napkin kihdly records with acorn The napkin i plhced u der the 5hin and fastened in the bak ad It one were going to be shaved person told me that he wore his tliat way that he might nqtsoU his beautiful frills r It was a difficult matter to tie tIn two corners in th6 back and Jt is said that thence originated our expression for straitened circumstances hard to make both ends meet Thin custom led to the habit ofjthe table v afters of carrying a napkin on the left inn B Tb roaa Teatmentof IboiXVomeri The Ibos of destroying hacniburbarousiusto gives birth to thing accursed aiid the children are t ken from her rind thrown Into the bush to perish while she is proclaim ed an outcast and driven froth tli4 vil lage To hold lul two fingers tnIbo woman Is to o ffer her the greatest insult possible They are very super stltious They worship idols of wdodi mud and iron which are regarded as protectors to be propitiated at jrnrlousj periods and slav ry exists ani6ng UlIi the tribes Waat Char4 Heally Mean The word charm Is from the Latin carmen Orlghjally it meant incan ttation Toi clznrtha person Is to bl1 jjlfch him In Jiallus Cwsar uct ill scene 1 I charm you jseeuia to mean I adjure you When we speak now of a charming wjnuan we do not luii ply thatsite sings an incantation to us but there isi a pretty figure of speech in Our use of the word Wc mean that ll1c huH the same command over us as If thotiucantatlon were sung and we were bewitched A Fair Teat fBrIggsIt believe the time is np preaching hen every questlon wlll be submitted o arbitration and all people will agree Grigtfs Well if you wish to be undeceived Just make an attempt to settle a jdisputg between the owner bf hpca and a tenant Brooklyn LIfeH The First Miss abntvel celebrate my twenty fourth blrtbday tomorrow Miss Ol- dageIndeed AndIsnt it singular so do I Jkiiss SharpeOb but I Celebrate mlnefor the first time The lady of the Ilonme Canvassed Is the lady of the house fn DomeitlcryiB spr there is two IIY us Wlicbwan doyez want to see Never put money iu the mitli This 3 a most dangerous babtr Sle gents for Old Hickory and Studebaker c 00Y 1ton5 FARM Quatitiy 4J 4i McCLlJREi WiLLS7rl f4Jtt tA4J j Buss Implements and FIe1dSodse Fk IIf c- ct i We handle Buggies Sirreys Carts of all grades to suit y I the purchaser Agents for the Syracuse Hillside Plow vi vw Call and examine ext nsive line of Harness Collars l Work Gear Buggy and Blimkets ffl- rtN t VT JSE DOATS ash Paid for llIDES Iand FURS Y KITCHENS AND CHARACTER Gccd anti llLd Hou ekeeplnff Shows lit fyjc Cooklnjf Room I flU h Kzpcer delivery ijoy Not quite so well dessedzis the Jpystman but I know what Is Idsldc of what i dellyer and be doesnt Moreover heI goekito tlle f ont door only while I not only go to tlefback door but have the ltchl11Tberes Whyqifruin the k oks of the kltcaeu Of course fther le servants are kept every kitchen ought to be cieitu and neat only they nile lOt alvrays But I lik best to dellvTwher0 there ae no serv antsl ThcreS Mrs Xlarlln always seems to be In n si ew and I can hardly find a place to put n brisket of berries Tbiit I guej s is the inusslest kitchen I go into ind the little Martin kldv look JIke the Ir ihqtbers kitchen Next door live tint Sperrys and What n djf ference I i ever StY that kitchen un tidy Mrs perry iin sweet cheerful little wdrafln with some pleasant words always and two jof the sweetest UttW girls who s em as hdaltliy lUcl asthey are clear riud neat T bappyI the uextblp k arto the Lees neat too on tI1QU bldoqt expect it still they of en pffer me somethingn- gthL ftf leu onade or la hot fine cake or a sandwl in Why I remember on stormy winter rIoee in slsted in and having n hot cup nlgitlasf and a plate fcf Pad ding I t day there vas an extra Jlaong the Lees groceries no children but Mr Lee shrws the jklnd generous 1uI fluence of jils wfuid whenever 1 catch him at bomje Vilx sure of agood cigar f Then tIll Hart kliiclicn its posIt hlI Uiid thY hr 1ea serv apt tpo always kicking about tilCrilS if she owned thc place I InYtr pntt She probnbfy the gToccryiuan but I hear her around upstairs amt at Jl aggie and the children i get out of tl at place its quick as I can The Lock wo ids Is another place where I 3 like to ilcllyer They dont him much but Jvhltthey do have is thu best and their kitqhciiiis as neat at wax J suppose the Iceman could ill you more than Jcm about refrigerators butt I see the inside of a cooti many and they n c Just like tli kitchens There are si me that really ought tote reported to he health department and then there ire others that smell and look as swe t us a clean babys cheek Speaking f babies and children they arc just likS the 0very time Dirty kitchen cross baby clean kltch ell good biiby They always go to gether you may depend on It I like children to have threje at home mid theres a good huiidrcd4 on my routo who know me Some of them get my bundles open before I can lay them on the tub sSomeare us polite aaa their gentle mothers I aint fooklng for little an itcls neither do I want to run up ugh Inst n lot pf rat terriers Just a happv lhealthy hearty kid Build uie WhattoEat Vjujted in SnrctThlMe An tlByllali professor of miueraloyy tells a good story about a certain big English eoumrthfl magnate He sayi tlat the great uicrchant inqucstlon came to bin to consult about the in structlqn of tho lippvfu1 son and heir who was jsnnoidrtjr to run the vast business interests from which the pater had madt his wealth But ililn you sld 4iOi I donlt want hijn ttt lejirn qjoat strata or dips or faults or hhiktflils or denudations ahd I dont want him to fijthis mind With fossil or stuff about crystals What I Wa it htm to1 learuis how to find gold an I silver andl copper In pay lug quantjt os sirin paying quantl Uua Too Much ncnllam Do you hot reel at times remarked the flfciside ritic t that realism can be carried too ar on tho stage Yesr rer HeJ the tragic actor with a sigh Tl e last man I was working for dUV It lie wanted to pay us all pff in stagp uonoy Cincinnati Tliueg Stu IJ I ltsPr of of high culture I to say the greatest matters in the simplest way ITS FEHRSr MALT TONIC = r E Headquarters for alt SUFFLE 1 KY PhoneNd 20L a = iVWe sell Coal in 00 Any from a Bushel to a Carload Ual DEALERSIN Grain S our Robes Horse yelling kitchens SPRINGFIELD m ToruaoDisc iIa ros Oliver Chilled Plots f II iMakesthe bowels and stomachstops = Icrying oures summer complaint Iii Ky4says jjjij awarwhi1epeyond control Three physicians Igave enoughIihim up Owens Pink Mature 1INfI gesele ttbt Ibis 2k HI51Cb tthI sifin mrrwp i k1fb1Mr7 IPer Mi pg asti book free addres4 ThIS FLOYD MEDICINE CODBTJUMTMICIfII FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS 3aS3 it r a 13I thoj Rare Opportunities 9 FOR Capitalists Investors Hpmeseekers along th lines of tthe f I t IRON and MOUNTAIN Q ROUTE v Great Southwest System Directlines Ii t Missouri Kansas Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana and Texas Through Pullman Sleeping and Free Reclining Chair Cart t Hoe ee era Ezconiams first sad third fmtstoja of etch witk Descriptive literature maps folders etc pnj application r HC TOWNSEND IT G MATTHEWS Jpen Passenger and Ticket Agent i Traveling PassengerAgeat ST LOUIS k iOUISVILLE HY ft t a ED3BBBIlc SOYell Norman W OlafO 33bOO ni mtcjI t1 Np12NW136763 lIf tjFull brother to Norvarditlc 4year gt218T ia tmSeven of Norvin V 8 colts 1Ias ld rec l IAS3350 and three others no sucKling and tt Jear- lingsq sold for 460 Sonof Norvall 214i and Onward rt1225k t3D Tq INSUR d f fVf ci ALLJ R- tj Yl Out 01 the damof Norvin andNoryandine Son of AIl tton 209i and Ortward 255i AliertpB great m Msireuf trotters in the world 25 TO INS ORE G77B I 7 N t m OUlocthe danaof Aileeu L07i a WOtllds rcod Son of xambetta Wilkes 219k aud Nutwood 218 Gain 1V betta VVllkesi the worlds leading S lQre and280 sire m tf 1002 and 1903 S15 TO INS- URECH8STERD7IJRDSoquf ChestefDare Old prom well 73 and CabellV aLexlngtoni hapdsbmest milt best bred saddle Stallioni in the word i 5 TO mi C INUELXING4ON tA large finenandsome saddlahorseAvitli pertett dispoi sition and a first class breeder Had ac911iUl tJOd1 mroo 1OCD and was shipped to England 9iGTtiE iA fajfJ1o t tXl rloldiwJLlllS JUlli win UKiVuouy cpIisoiStJ t of his dani for 2500 ljtT mA LARGE BLACl tACITiOxTO INSURE JIM I have the above six gbod Stallions thre areDphs better and uU are descend ht of the most pouIar trotting and saddle horse families Al are JOY7 bred grana individuals and proving tfiemselves gjreat sires Have size and linfsh an iard fashionable colors The fee of each hrs isi certainly very reasonable and witiin the reach of all and youac make no mistake to breed to ary one of them 41r my Stallions did a good business the past eaE mnncJ hope they will dp better this seSon and with theasJstonce of my friends they will Your patronage earnestly solicited For IoU nnddescriptiODSJOllNBsWATfl1NJr Lon iJistance TelepbneSO Lebanoii Ky t DJtjLJ BURTON IMSIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED yriHOUT PAIN r OMTIOK Rp Block up staIrsw r i t SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly 4Firstclass tDR JJ HvjLAMPTON o = I Ir FFIOE In Opera House 0RSJJ SMOCK- SPUIflGFIELD KY OFFICE Dr Kinebarts form offices over Peoples Deposit iiank Office hours 12 to 2pm j f WFGRIGSBY ttT RN YAT LAW c Office over Peoples Bank 4 h SPRINGFIELD KY t j W HYATT MD SPRINGFIELD KT A t wOffice in Peoples Bank Bulldinff lResidence 93 4Telephones f Office 95 r JOIINY MAYES yI WfiAi DIRECTOR v AANDD IEMBALMER 7 ELEPJiONEIDAY 19 NIGHT 74 T e SPRINGFIELD KY 0TT Have You 1iauIini t ti =7 7TD oo1wftlf sa call up J L ALLEN If at the Depot Sii iicFRHIIT AlhA TRUNkS 4S Hauled Furniture Moved and anything in the hauling line done carefully and at reasonable rates PHONE 22tt WSoJare Jr Ho 116gt in YoL 3 N 8 H R I Will make the season of lOOt at the Fair Grounds Springfield at lI toInsure a Living Colt t Vao Dare Jr is by Waco Drer J lOJlT by Chester yare 10 by Blnck uirrdl S3 by Black Eagle 74 by 1feing William 67 by Washington JDfcnmark Cl by old Black Denmark IJby Imp Hedg ford Waco Davre1 Jf first vdam Bessie by Prince en mark he by King Denmark be by Star Denmark be by old Back Den mark he by Imp BedgeforoVjWatioa conddam was by Tube Rose j he by Cabbies Lexington SF Third dkm by Dul thbe by Cabbies Lexington K SF He Is a beautiful dark bay a little dappled with very heavy mane and tango s all the gaits andjs a nice driver EeislSJ hands and is a fine actor His colts are winners J R WALKER RBlue Gras Nurseries v S j SPRING 1904 J u J REES tyytbel million Prui- aad Ornjlrn entaT Shubs Grape vines Apatagus Rhubarb Small Pruils anJl everything for Or chard Lan and Garden No Agents ttawberry and Gener al Catalogue tn application to H P HILLfeNMEYER SONS ojj rjejrington Ky BLA KPRINCEjj = =This fine black Jack will make the season of 1934 at my place 31 miles rQlIifprIn1ield on Bloojnfleld pike atb4 fi sTi Iire Mire in fl1f 15tf5ihaudigh tnd flney bred Bisl903t t NOjJennctsserv JE SHELBY- R KP Nor 1 Springfield Ky V L i i i I TOWN it 5 nJ tfri- Local HW Happenings or Interest The Freshest and Latest IIIA1LiboutYoutself Friends 1 Acquaintances Easter goods of all lands at 6 W Hasans FOR SALE One nice sow and 5 shoats W K Robertson j20000 roUs Wall Paper from the lowest tq the finest at Rob ertson Brosi Best sewibg machine on the market for sale by Leachman the furniture wan Cyc and Empire rotary Corn Planters lOc off iregular price at P J Thomak it Boy your bats from Mrs Will iJams and receive correct styles prIcesILow prices makes the goods go at the neftr store Po J Thomas More money than goods so why not take your roQ1ceto Co- W Hagan and get the cash What everybody says must betrue thajt the best styles in MjUinery are to be found at Mrs Wll lama Dbht forget that CW Itagan nas tixnice lot of nice little country hams for Easter Nothing beats one FOR SAL Fouror fiye extra good Jersey milch cows For further particulars apply at the NEWSLEADER office Say donjtybu need a wheelbarrow garden raiie or tobacco ho I can save You moneys P T Thomas Fresh p4tcfn hatS received each week dpririg the season and will be sold at the ioyrest prices l fes Williams For housecaning scrubbing etc use Pearl in Ammonia Washing Fluid Npthin equals it For sale everywhere 3t My stock of groceries iis cOrnj pletejnd prices alhvays right Call phone 58 it cost you noth ing frjee delivery C W Hagan Donjt para g ni60 for a sewing marii e yrhen you can buy one ofLeachman the Fur niture Man for half the money Go to Ljeachman the Forn- itureM Ii for aa Improved Wheder Wilson Sowing Ma ne The oldest and best in- imarket J LOST onlSTAEDFroth my place in Springfield a dark poin ted inilk cjw de horned Re ward for her recovery C Av Thompson Peterson Allen the coal dealers are expecting a car of Jellico block coal which will be offered at prices tea makel it go Get youroraer in early IfJn need of anything in Car pets Mattings Rugs or Lace Curtains se j our stock the lar gest in Central Kentucky no JBrosJ 11anDailyHerLouisville Post for Only 350 Cheap On account of being short of typesetters this week we have been compelled to omit several county letters und other mattr We will have plenty of help from now on f he weyer and whnt cor respondent to dp their best Hon W D Claybrooke shipped to the Worlds Fair to gJi into the Kentucky exhibit a fine sample of Washington county White Birley tobacco The sample was from a crop grown by Elias Pi akston near Tatham Springs and which was sold to the Continental Tobacco C9 here at 10 cents per pound l The rendition of the Easter cantata ThQ Captive afc0Tohn sons chapejl last Sunday after noon was Hnessed by a crow ded house 1he characters wtfe well delineated The music wa s specially attractive and was under thejcharge of Prof Wm Baxter who is one among the est organist of his race in tile State I The pastor of Johnsons chapel is to be congratulated sieDterttdnmdahcy touplift tire colored people of our cQtnDlunlty 1 NM TOPICSI JOOM Buy the High Art Clothing the best r6adytowear ens Suits jn the world The prices 10 12 15 and 20 They are made as well asTailormade uits and tliey costyou so much ess and tis no trouble to get a fit A guarantee witty with every suit Sold by Robertson Biros Mrs Martha Champion Waters aniold and respected resident of the community died at her home here in Springfield MoAday from the infirmities of old gel She was 81 years of age and the widow of Thomas Waters who has been dead aboujb 45 years The deceased was a woman of fine character and had been a resident of the town and county all of her life and enjoyed the respect of a host of friends She was the mother of Miss Lula Waters and Messrs Henry Ben B and Williami Waters all residents of this place The furterirl tookplace yesterday morning at St Dominic church and tK0re mains were buried at St Rose The citizens living m the vicinity of Maud will be rejoicedi to hear that the Washington County Fiscal Court has at last given its sanction to building the bridge across the river at that place An appropriation of 3000 was made by the Board of Magistrates at the meeting- the first of he week for the purpose of defraying Washing ton countys part of the expenses in building the bridge Nelson county has made the necessary appropriation for its share of the cost sometime ago and steps will at once be taken towarqs the building The bridge will be a great convenience to thepeople of thatgneighborhoodt and they have been making an effort for a long time to have it built I All Over The smallpox scare is aU over At least it is where people know the facts about the situa tion Last week the NESI LEADER published the condition of affairs exactly as it stood at that time and the situation even then was not alarming This Week we are glad to give the true situation again and can sayI that there Ois practically not a case bf smallpox hi Springfield The Walton Hotel where there were several cases has been thoroughly renbvated anddisin fected and has opened for busi ness There iis not acase of smallpox nor a suspect in it Mr Joe Frisby who was confined there with the disease left JMpn day morning for his home at Lexington with a physicians certificate oJ good health ijn his pocket The waitresses who were sick are all pfohotmced well Mr Theo Campbell who had a light case has been at his place of business since Monday morning Thomas Hardesty is on the streets again as is Will Green Laf Wells is perfectly well but is at home nursing his vife who iis also nearly recovered from alight attack The disease has been of so mild a form that a greatmany expressdoubts as to it having been smallpox at all but rather chickenpox or sonic other similar trouble None of the patients were dangerously sick a3d some did not go to bed and do not shmv any mark from the slight eruption There have peen many wild and unreliable stories afloat throughout the county concern ing the situationin town JThese exaggerations are kept afloat by certain individuals who either I profitIi 1ountr vent hm from coming to Spring neld Above we give the situa tion truthfully and fully and if anyone sees anything in it to scare at hes a Sveabkneed sinner For Sale 500 cedar posts cut any desired length arid delivered Also two mules one horse mule 4years old Yedl broke one fine yearling mare mule Address or sqe J iL CbjJNOlR jfc Fredericlfstowri Ky Wanted Wool i We will pay the highest cash price for wool CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN o onBean YouHateAlways W cf UaT J u JTriaIs of Today Looking facts IN THE FACE is the way the Those1WSE6nesact who look another wayI at thetrials of today but add to the sufferings of tomonow Ifyoureyes are weak if filth comes V over them or they ache j or burn or bother you in any way dont delay but come and ask for a Free Examination rWe tell you what you oighttO doyou may F doitifyonhike L c1F RUSSELL Main St Springfield K- yItLIL HOR- DDENTISTOFFICnlUA Bvnww Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY ECNAL1- Mr T Scott Mayes yas in Lousville Sunday H E Foster has returned from a business trip tLouisville Mrs jiauiptpn entertained her Flincb Club Tuesday evening MI HenyRoaltyof Maud was in town on business Tuesday Miss Lucie Mills of Lebanon is visiting Miss Maijie Young this week Miss Elizabeth Roberts jfter a pleasant stay iin Louisville has returnedj R H Edelen and Alex Parber of St Marys College were home for Easter Miss ma KImberlin of Lebanon visited relatives here the first of the week G C Vhartoi 1s in Louisville this week attending a meeting of insurance men DrHichard RoBards and wife of Gravel Switch were here one day last week Mrs Cbas Cleaver and Gray Cleaver of Lebanon were in town a few days ago Mlas Kale Mayes lias returned after a visit to her sister Mrs Mahbno Lebanon Miss Sadie Mayes and W D Glaybrocke were in Bloomflel- dSaturdayand Sunday Mr R A RoBards Irom Okla homi City is visiting his brother Dr RjBards this week M isi Fannie McEroy who is attecding Cadwell College Dan ville was home for Easter Misses Jennie ReddiLg and Naomi JBrowne were over from Lebanon the ifirst of the week IrsM L Searcy and daugh f ter Miss Ethel have returned froin Liwrenceburg where they attended the funeral of Mis Bessie Vaughn Mrs Wm Hamilton and chil dren Lebanon are yisitiug her sisters Misses Regina and Flagie Young this week Mrs WK Marks made a visit to relativesjn Louisville Sunday She was accompanied by her sons Gwinn and Robert Mr Ben Edelen of Birmingham Ala and Mr Grig Edelen and wife of Bardstown were called home owing to the serious illness of their sister vhS Eliza Baker y The AVnlM of Old Pive hundred years zigo minstrels at tached to the kings court were called ralts probably from the old French verb waiter to watch It was their duty to guard the streets at night lnd proclaitn the hour asi watchmen did afterward until the appointment of po IWe6niUhemA wayte that niglitelye from Mychel was to Shrove Thorsdaye plpethe the watche He catetU In the hallo with mynstrlelks Another derivation Is Indicated by Butler In his Principles of Musick published In 1C30 who mentions the waits of hoboys In confirmation of Ihis Dr Bushy says of waits in his Musical Dictionary This noun for merly signified hautboys and from the instruments Its signification was after a time transferred tb the performers themselves vhq being In the habit of parading thestrbets at night with their music occasioned the name to be applied generally to all such musicians London Chronicle it S C BROWN LEGHORN- Sr r Purebred chickens high class healthy birds EGGS1FOR15Miss 1 Springfield Ky I I 5 bIna- Masqueradev By Harriet G Canfleld- Copjrlyht rlOOoTby T O ilcClurel i Leslie Wolcott threw himself on the green bench near the stoije wnll It was shady there upder the bg maple He had been in the fields all day di recting his men and working with them After nine months Ine dingy offices of Grant Wolcott Jt vas godd to be in the country once m ore Life pulled his st what overlils eyes and made overtures to th6 undi an droW1sUyone on the other side of tile wall was speaking his name It wa a wdmans volccn young Romans ana slie was angry H Mr Wolcott indeed r s1iwns say ing Why father had po idea he lived next door when he rented this little place for the summprJ Father isnt like you AJmt Hetty be isnt al ways trying to marry me off There there the lady addressed as Aunt Hettv replied soothingly I simply expressed my pleasure qtI your fathers unusual foresight in rent lug a place near NIr Wolcotts a yonrig man who Isnot nly vealthy but well bred and well et ucated Foreslghtl the girlish voice cried indignantly I re never met Mr Wol cott and Ive no desire to met him The very fact that he Js rich is enough to prejudice me against him What can there possibly be to foresee That will do Elizabeth I had sup posed a Carter Incapable of such in gratitude as you have expressed There was the soft swish of skirts over the grass and then Leslie Wol cott awoke to the fact that be had been eavesdropping Well like listeners he had heard little otherI himself He lay staring up into leaves trying to imagine wbat Eliza beth Carter was like this girl who was prejudiced against hlmIe was Interested ijnd slightly piqued The more he recalled the conversation the more interested he became His sister Vas away would not return for a month Must he wait until Edith came Iii IESME THE OVEnSEEB HB3AID RE ASSURINGLY home to begin the acquaintance No he doubted If Miss Carter would return her call A sudden Inspiration came lo him The farm hands called him MiC Leslie most of them had been on the place since he was a boy and it was as Mr Leslie that he would make thS acquaintance of Ills new neighbors The father seemed old and feeble Leslie saw him In the evening wan dering among the rosebushes on the lawn A girl of thirteen r fourteen was with him but ElUabcth did not apppar In the morning he was starting for the fields when her voice came to him over the high stone wall Madge she called come here and help mo carry this rug its so heavy Madge was slow in coming but Leslie vaulted over the wall and ran up the steps of the little cottage A shapely head covered with braids Yf soft brown haIr turned at his couilng mId two great ddrk eyes looked at him Inquir ingly Pardon me he sald lbut you call ed PYes my sis tar Is there anything II can do for you Nno he stammeredl I came to ask you that question jl was on the other side of the wall and She looked at him quickly suspi ciously he thought aid seemed relieved a1 the sight of his blue overallii and old straw huh Im Leslie the overseer he said reassuringly MayI I lift the rug fort you flOwMiss Carter j s Thank you she said inU she thank ed him again when he carried It to the porch alid spread It carefully on thri floor Madge and her ftther came up and shft introdjiced him to them Mr Ixjslle father she said Mr Wql cotts overseer The bId gpntltfman extended his Hand cormnlly Came over the wall did you l ho asked laughingly Well come over again come often I envy you the ability to do so young man In the lays that followed Leslie made the most of Mr Carters invlta tioni to the 4 vldent delight of Madge anA the disgust of Aunt Hetty who complained that she seldqhi found- t alone now when she tame out ft rthe day that forward overseer its always there Lesllor knew her opinion of him adge child fashion had repeated her aunts language My she said I wish you had seen Beths eyes flash Shy stood up so straight and tall like thlsand she said Please be careful how you speak of my trIends4J L sis face flushed with pleasure lilt voa kind of Miss Elizabeth to say that1t he murmured 1I0h she likes you But Aunt Hetty Is worried because Mr Wolcott Isnt at home You see shewould like to have him fall in love with Beth and marry her Elizabeth she said what will Mr Wolcott and his sister fhlnk when they come home and flndthatyou have been so intimate with their hired man And Beth said They will think that I recognize a gentleman when I meet one Im sorry Aunt Het says such horrid things about you Im glad Leslie crIed Ii the amaze ment of his little friend At the end of the mont Edith Viol cott came home and Wf8 immediately taken Into her brother confidence Dont give me away wltto you call there be bar 1 1EiizabtbAunt Betty who was present more than cordial Im so glad waSI you and your brother have ret Miss Wolcott she said Thee has been na one for my nieces to associate with in your absence You forget our friend Mr Leslie Elizabeth said quietly and Edith Viol cotts heart went out to her then and there Speak to her Leslie she urged that evening before she returps my call I cant keep your secret much longer I will now he said determinedly I caught a glimpse of her white dress out there in the moonlight Wish me good luck little sister An hour later Edith heard his step on the walk She met him at the door a question In her eyes Congratulations she asked vYes for Mr Leslie Im Jealous of that overseer he said smiling rueful Jyl Beth was willing to take him for better or worse but Leslie Wolcott she Ohr Edith cried She didnt re ject you Leslie lNo but I need your sympathy she put me on three months probation Jf 0 Keep tile Mouth Shot peremptoryproperbreathingthat the nose One should never unless absolutely necessary breathe through the mouth It is the duty of the nose and it was made totthat express purpose and Is specially Constructed to aid cO- rrect breathing In the first place It Is provided with tiny hairs that trap dust and Impurities that nay be In ihe air sstem1heturbinated bones These act as warm Ing plates to temper the air as It Is in haled IbIs further provided wjth nn apparatus for furnishing moisture to the air All these processes arC quite essential before the air is drawn Into the lungs and if the breath is drawn through the ulouth many of these essentials ore lost It is an excellent plan to take a gQd brisk walk every morning and to compel oneself to breathe through the nose all the time This is a first rate hygienic practice At first it may be difficult to do so but it is wxKth persisting In1 and practice inakes perfect Made In Germany Talking of funny Incidents said the crockery salesman reminds me of one that occurred in our house At the time the mustache cup was a curiosity arid the boss vthough It would be a good scheme to pul it on the mar ket at a reasonable price W tIhe went to Germany and finding that the kaisers subjects knew nothing about the cups the boss gave an order for a big lot of them to be of fine ware and handsomely decorated In the course Of time the goods arrived Then the fun began A few of the cups were satisfactory because they were plain that is without mottoesbut the great bulk of them bore such phrases in big gilt letters as To My Dear Aunt For My Darling Moth r Prom Tom to Lucy and so on through the list The Germans had the money and declined to take back the goods so they were sent to auction the plain ones packed on the tops of the package and as sure as were sitting here the house made more out of them than it would have done if the German manufacturer had not made the blunder orJCeuvere TVoraipcr The Rev J rguow finding himself downtown at the noon hour dropped into a restaurant for a luncheon He hung his overcoat against the wall sat down and ordered his meal which hV ate leisurely When he had finished and turned to Iook Yor bis overcoa it wits gone He reported his loss to the cashier who was sorry but could no nothing as the restaurant was unbt responsible for hats overcoats or umbrellas Oh I am not holding you rospon Lic said the doctor asf he paid the Ml shall get the coat again What makes you think sot asked the cashier In one of Hip pockets he replied was a letterv with my name and address on the envelop and In another pocket was a printed sermOn on Fu tare Punishment Good day His confidence was not misplaced The orqrboat was brought to his Louse the next day by a messenger boy who said a stranger had sent it and that there yas to messagesYouths Com panion 1COLUMBU CREWS One EnRllKhmab and One Irlabraaa Were aoTheir Xaruber An Englishman and an Irishman were among the sturdy 120 adventurers who sailed with Columbus in the three small hundred tonners This may have been due to the well know fact that nothing brings men of different races together more thap maritime and commercial enterprise or still more probably because hey were swept In nt Piiloswben Comm bus put the press gang to work as he was authorized to jdo by Ferdinand and Isabella The mmies of these men as given by Xavarrete were Jallarte de Lajes Ingles probably Arthur Lake Eng lish audi Gulllermo Ircsv uaturel de Ghfney en Irlaiida probably William Heroics or iule native of Galway in Ireland These two men were among the forty whom Columbus left behind In the fort constructed In Hlspanlofd before he sailed for Europe who all met their death at the hands of the natives before the great discover returned owing to their disregard hIs express directions The Coeoaaut Trije There is no tree so widely distributed throughout the tropics as the cocoanut Even on remote atolls of the south seas which geologists say were only recently formed by the subsidence of a volcano and the growth of coral up front its Undone ijtids the cocoanut The parent free leaning over the beachj of one troplcaf Island drdps its trait Into the sea to have the nut carried round theaway perchance halfway world Then in some faraway plac the waves cast tlie oconnut ashore to sprout ami propagate another forest after its on kind The Apple Tpe Apple Is not considered to be a complete food In Itself but on the food list it has a value 4tr above the nutri ment It possesses Apples aid the stomach In the digestion pf Other foods and therefore thq best results are ob tamed from eating them after rather than before meals After partaking or- an Unusually heavy dinner the eating of an apple will be found to facilttttt an early digestion aad afltonl great re lief from the sufferings atteadaat vpon4 t iodlgeatlao I I V I EiIf We will oiler for Saturday rind g H Monday next Best Indigo Calicoes at5c 1 Rope Bleached Cotton 7 1J2c Jt Apron GIngham 6c j 9 Only 10 yards to each Cqstonier h if None to Merchants r Wee are Showing tile LargesttSt Ckt IILDry Goods DreSs Goode loth E ing Shoes Hats Carpets Mat 1 tings Wall Taper Lace Curtains g 3 Springfield fj 1 tEPrices you ever heard SpecialI Low Prices Ii 2 In each department forntiif5 JO Days E 1 v ROBERTSON BROS E t m t t IIt m a DIDEJ Ea IiMiss Galdwell m 10 hA FS Has oh display at Willj burg apretly jjjjj M andinterestinglineofjj f M EKSTER GOODS V ii tl Stylish and elegant Tallorm deandReadv Ji4 towearHats Pretty and pleasing effects for a14l the Misses and Gjbptlaren The latest styles in Mgl Spring and Summer Goops Call and see before Jselecting elsewherejjf jj a E B Ejf JOHN 5 McELROY GENERAL INSURANCE AGEi Life Rre arid Tornado7J v y OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK i During my absence from pttic W F Grigfeby or George Neikirk will attend to any business Ifr v for me lt E a j The Big Money Maker for Hog Raisersm yl Is Dr Jos Haas Hog Remedy which for more than 17 yearshas stood tbeseeJst ttests and in all cases can ba 1mfgmfg depended ppon 7 DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT IE11Ji t Wi this Remedy is fed as prem parUculard this Proposition i1i Dr a p4andaFREEhad for the U 25 lbcan 1250 halieansfSOSO S2SO SL2S and 50c per package 20th Century Poultry Food ri Thegreatesteggpipdpcer on the market Keeps fow1s IM healthy prevents cholejra roup and all other poultry diseases jj ri ba 3 3O 12isc per packagett rq 1ImDr os Has Live Stock Remedy gJ WFerHerS fi Cattl sheep Etc As Its name implies this a REMEDY not a and Iequalled for correcting the common disorder8 Jn horses cattle and m Asalenwdm j mIiI CALL FOR OIRCULAR SPRINGFIELD KY Ii a EEZR Chestnut Dare Chetnut Dare will iraliethe present season at mystable six milesnorth of Springfield a- tsrn Fo Insure a Llvini GU Chestnut Dare was sitdby gre8tChestcr Dare the gr4V est ofHiving sires for high class saddle and harness horqgi First dim by Red Chief be by Clark Chief be by Mambrino Chief 11 second dam by Black Hawk Chief third dam by Brink rs Drennon This horse haj the style form prowl gaiW and action characteristic of tie otii ter DIre family He is 16 bauds high good bone a large Hand some saddle horse and one of the best of Chester IHirea twIf you want to rists horse a broodmare with sUe this is the kore and the only Stailioo in Washington county sired by tlw greatest of living sires Chiitit Dare B B LEACHMAN en lventivc Full regard min r Insurance in Haas book HugolOgy mot at our store asking fa k lb rq food it is un the the fine FOLLOW HEfFl XlJ ye glLIfORMII j i L t tAMS t ORTHWEST jJ theY bash lailrwIW ro and its poniectlons otrer very Iow 3K rates to Colonist and Home Seek era from March 1 to April SO I jNi iiiso veryiowreuRd MjSf fe ti San Fianolsco itf rAND r Los Angeles ci fdf 1 v Btcpial ChMrcli Ticketsjon L sale April 22 to Kay 30 tt Forfurther particulars call 0n ad dress R W iRENE Dt ias8 Agt J tt fl Wabash R K room 303 TJjrba Btav n Louisville Ky t i J Fr5Ie A regisLered Hereford Bill eleveimonths ok Of lIIrteiitgree and a good individMal J BBtMchl Ro rtspn 3ro are showing this season the mb oowipl O line of Boys nd jPW taV 11 Suits ever atorm im tiiiik Arliei fGivetheZUM1dnma ed J T 7 7 c r11 cI fii 4 ++ 1f4IP I t+ 4jttr44 J J J 111 till + f i t y X 1 i I CTAe Gentleman ti t r ft tf 7 f From IndIana If 2IK BOOTH TA1UJiGTOi itL S 7 t t C yri4ht 1SS9 ty DeuUetmy 3Z McClure Co Ji1 Copyright IDO2 ty McCtart TL 1Iipl Co + t ++ rs ++fHH SS SS eS SS S S it fottT TTTTT T TTTTTT ti af 0 oclock lie was still alive Just that Smith came out to say Meredith sent a telegram to Helen which would glvft rihttvilie the neWs that Harkless tvas found and was not yet gone from them Homer left for the station to catch a train There were things for him to do In Carlow At noon Meredith sent a second telegram to Helen as bar ron of detail as the first lIe was alive I wag a llttjfe Improved But this tele 4 gram dI4DOt feach her for she was on the way to Rouen and half of the pop ulation of Carlow at least so It seemed to the unTiappy conductor the aCcom inodationwas with her They seemed to feel that they could camp In the hospital halls and corn dots nnd they were an Incalculable worry to thc Authorities More came on every train and pearly all brought flowers and Jelly and chickens for pre u hI set my baclt to the fence paring broth and they Insisted that the i two latter delicacies be fed to the pa flout at once They were still in Ig norance of the truth about the Cross roads and spent the day It was Sun day partly In getting in the way of the attendants and partly in planning an assault upon the Rouen Jail for the purpose of lynching Slattery in case Harmless condition dM not Improve at once Those who had heard his state meat kept close mouths until the story appeared in full in the Rouen papers on Monday morning But by that Ump t every member of the CrsrondsWblte Caps was lodged In the Rouen Jail with Blattery Horner and a heavily armed posse rode over to the muddy corners on Sunday night and the sheriff dis covered that he mlght havetaken the Skllletts and Johnsons single handed rand unarmed Their nerve was gone They were shaken and afraid and to A employ a flgjure somewhat Inappropri i ate to their sullen glad surrender they wfell upon his neck in their relief at finding the law touching them They had no wish to hear John Browns Body again They wanted to get In side of a strong Jail mid to thr wthem selves on the mercy of the court as soon as possible And those whom IJarkless had not recognized made iio delay In giving themselves did not iivlshlto remain In SIUPtThey Bob Skillett Force or two others needed the care of a physician badly and one un was suffering from a severely wrenched back Hor her had a train stopped at a crossing so that his prisoners need not be taken through riattvllle and he brought them all safely to Rouen r a It took nearly a week to persuade the people of Plattvllle that It was better for them to go tibme and it was only the confidence Inspired by the manner of the two eminent surgeons they by In wait at all hours to interview these gentlemen that did persuade them to return thla and the promise of two dilly bulletins JS As many of them said on their re turn Plattvllle didnt feel like the same place dad a strange thing hind hap penedor the first time in fire years the Carlow County Herald missed fire nltpgetfier Tuesday Thursday and I Saturday passed Mr FIsbee only sat I staring out of the dingy office win a dows with Parker In a demented si hence There was no Herald there w was nOon t to get it out In the Rouen hospital John Hhrkless feebly moved on his bed of pal His constant delusion was that time unl Verse was a vasf white heated brass bell and he a point at the center jpf It glistening listening for years to thebrazen hum It gave off and burning in lint TPnvoo nf onnnrl L NNerveFIgI if If You Waste Your i 1 1 Nerve Energy After I Awhile You Will Suffer For It1 A ArXou can waste nerve force by excess ejrerTrork worry nnxlety etc iou can weaken yourself by not eating t Pt i restJOrenewThe proper treatment In addition to good phosphatic food such as wnojct meal bread prepared cereals etc Is Dr Miles Restorative JJervlner t This is as truly a brain and nerye food as any food you could eat find bc i sides furnishes strength and tone otlIts t own which goes to the weakened nerve V system and sets it tp rights pDr Miles Restorayve Mcrvlno Is a re C r freshing revitalizing tonic foodmcdlclno for the brain and nerves It reconstructs toriout nerve tissue and fills your languid brain with new life and vigor mlD11JRarVeIo in many thousands of American homes helPhThe extreme heat close confinement tothe24 lnsom1da1 have used Dr Miles Nervine witha ery wttlsfactory results in the treat l of the affections I am now on my fifth boWs aa eat and sleep well a 1 II feet 1laYtl ataaott forgotten that I 4oecu erv1y1 DALBY Asst Uer ftite Bank Texarcana Ark TrJalKaI Wtta th TUew Sclentlflo em- edJyM PaIn Also Symptom Blank Our- eIsiiitp will diagnose your case tell JtPreeQaTQIqtSJL1WAnT JND I TyTTT Finally hp came to what he woum have considered a lucid interval had ift not appeared that Helen Sherwood was whispering to Tom Meretllth1at the pot of his bedrrhlshe knew to be a jIctltl presentation of his fever for was she not by this time away and away for foreign lands And also Tom Meredith was a slim young thing and not a middle aged youth with an ndeniable stoniacu and abaldlsh head who Try the preposterous necromancy of fcVer assumed a groesque likeness bf hid jold frIend He wavedhls hand to theifiguresand they vanished like figments of a dream but all the same thevlslou had been realistic enough for th0 lady to look exquisitely pretty Jso onl could help wishing to stay in a world which contained as charming a pletqre as that Kilt the next nigh Meredith walted near his bedside haggard and dishev eled Harkless had been lying in long stupor Suddenly he spoke quite loudly and th young surgeon Gay who Waned over him renicinbSrcd the words land the tone all his life A way and away across the wa tens jsald Joint Harkless She was hereonceIn June What Is It John whispered Meredith huskily Youre feeling easier arent frour And John smiled a lHttldt as Jf for the momeat he saw and kliey lila old friend again I Thatj same night a friend of Rodney McCuiios sent Ii telegram frbmRoueu iHe Is dying lila paper tft dead Your name goes before qonventioii in September ItI CHAPTER XI ROSS SCHOFIELD was en MJRJ gagetl in decorating the hat toned chairs in the Herald cdl tonal room with bluq satin ribbon the purchase of which at the Dry Goods Emporium had been direct cd by 4 sudden inspiration of his superior Jjr Parker 01 the composing force It was Ross intentlqii to garnish etch chair with an elaborafely tied boivibut as he was no sailor rfnd underslppd oulj1 the Intricacies oL a hard k iot he confined himself to fiat species of qrnameiitatlon leaving hov ever very long ends of ribbon hangIng down after the manner of the pendarifs of rosettes Mr Schofleld was alone at his labOr his two confreres having be taken themselves to the station to meet the train from Rouen It was a wet gray day The wide country lay dripping under formless wraps of thin mist and the warm this sling rain blackened the weather beat en shingles of the station made clear reflecting puddles on the unevenly worn planks of tile platform mill damp cued the packing cases too thoroughly for occupation by the statlbn lounger The bus driver Mr Bennett and the proprietors of two attendant cut un ders and three or four other worthies whom business or the lack 9tlt called to that locality availed themselves of the shelter of the watlngroombut the gentlemen of the Herald were too agi tated to be confined save by the llifilts of the horizon They had reached the station half an hour before train time and consumed the Interval In pacing the platform un der a big cotton umbrella addressing each other only In monosyllables Those In the waiting room gosslpTecr eagerly and foif the thousandth time about the late events and particularly about the tremendous news of FIsbee Judd Ben ricttJoofied out through the rainy door TVnyiat the latter with reverence and ac fine pride of iownsmanship He de dared It to be his belief that Fisbofr and Packer were waiting for her now For all Carlow knew why Fisbec thad gone to meet the strange lady at the station when she had come to visit the Brlscoes why he had come with aer to the le lure why he had taken supper at the Brlscoes three tlme nnd Inner twice whenslie was there TIs bee lid told the story to Parker ona melancholy afternoon as they sat to gether In the Herald office and Parker Lad told the tdwn It was simple enough Indeed and Fisbees past was a mystery no longer It might havi been revealed years before had there been anything Inparticuhir to reveal and iIf It had ever occurred to Fisbee tor talk of himself and his affairs Things had a habit of not occurring to Fisbec Mr Parker very nervous himself felt hits companions elbow trembling against his own as the great engine reeking In the mist and sending great clouds of white vapor ii to the sky scooped down the track rushed by tlicm aid camejfb a standstill beyond the platform FIsbee and thc foreiuan made Imsto to the nearest vestibule and were gazing blankly atits barred approaches when tbcyueard itl silvery laugh behlndthemandantixclaniatlon Dpstiiirs and downstairs und In my ladys chamber Just behind you dear Turning quickly the foreman beheld a blushing and smiling little vision a vision with light brown hair a vision enveloped in a light browit rain cloak and with brown glovbs from which the handles of nblg brown traveling bug were let fall as tho vision dis appeared under the cotton innbrclla while tile smitten Judd Bcnnett reelod gasping against the station Denrst1he girl cricil to the old man you should liavo lbeen lookiug for mo jjctwetn tlic devil and the dwp sea thQ parlor car and the smoker Ive given up cigars and 1vO begun to study cconomyso I didnt come either The drizzle and mist blew in under the top of the cut under as they drove rapidly Info town and brlghfi lit tIc drop sparkled oil the fair heir above the new editors forehead and on time lonjg lashes abovethe new editors clieeksH She shook tliesc transient gems pff lightly as slicpaused In the doonsy of the office ivttho top of the rickety stairway Mr cho11cld hind justndded the last touch id his decorations and managed to slide iuto his Coat s theparLyigmue up the stairs and now perspiring proud embarrassed he assumed an at titude jat once deprecatory of his en- deavorS and pointedly expectant of corijuieridatloos for the results HCI was a modest youth and a conscious After his first sight of her as she stood In the floonvay it WItS several days before h could lift his distressed eyed under the new editors glance or In Z u r 4 tisvJi cf E rit I I WALTHERS 1 PEPTONIZED PORt j and Physical Culture Walthers Peptonjzed Port is a great auxiliary to any system of physical culture The man whodoes not take physical culture or syctcmatic exercise needs it even more because Peptonized Port largely takes the place of exercise inWalthersIa healthy vig9rous condition of the system keeping the digestion in good working order and regulating the stomach and bowels It assists the digestive orgajIs thereby enabling the user to get the greatest amount of strength from his food It makes new red blood and invigorates the entire systm Valthcr s Peptonized Port is sold in two sizes 50 ceutsand i 00 THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO ittaknirhP FOR SALB BY I JC J HAYDON Pharm cistI ja tHan a hasty and flutteiknsi stare at her when her buck was turned As she entered the room lie sidled along the wall anti laughed sheepishly at nothing II Every chair in the ropmj was orna mented with one of his bliie rosettes tied carefully and firmly to the middle slat pf each chair back 1lbere had Ueen several yards of flbltan left over and there was a hard knot of glossy satin on each of the inkstands and on the doorknobs A blue band passing around the stovepipe lent It an antique iaklslmQss supg stivra of time charioteer and a number of streamers suspended from ft hook fnj the ceiling encouraged n supposition that the employees of the Herald were contemplatingt the In tricatefestjvitles of May day It need ed no ghost to Infer that these garni tures had not Qinbellsljedlhc editorial chamber during Mrl IIn rIdess Activity lint on the coritrarj had been put In place that very morning Mr FIsbee hud not kriownydf the decbrations and as hfs eye fell irpon them a faint look of pain pslsscd pvcr his brow But th6 girl cxauilnetitlie room w th a dancing oye and there1 were both tears and laughter in her heart How beautiful she dried How beautiful She crossed therooui and gave her hand to Ross It fs Mr Scholleld Isnt it Time ribbons are delightful I dldnt know Mr Hark less room was so pretty Ross looked oufof thie window and laughed as hptjok her hand which he shook with along up aiuldown motion but he Was set at better lease by lien apparent Jfmeousclotisnoss of tIm fact that the decorations were for her Ob- It aint much r reckon he replied and continued to look out of the window and Jaugh She went to the desk and removed her gloves and laid her rain cloak over chair near by Is this Mr Harkless chair slfe asked Kid Fisbce answer Ing that it was she looked gravely at it for a moment passed lien hand gently over the Irack of it and then throwing the rain cloak over another chair said cheerily Do you know I think the first thing erelYthiUIcrrYou rcuicjnbcr I was confidontslie would know precisely wlioe to begin wa4 Fisbees earnest whisper In the willing car ofjtbe Jon fotcliianNot nn Iristantsindecislon Avai there No slreey replied the other and as he went down to the pressroom to hunt for a feather duster whicll he thought miftlit be found there he collared Bud TIpworthy the devil AVho not admit ted to the conclavo of his superiors was whistling on the rainy stairway You hustle and find that dustbnlsb we used to have Bud Raid Parker And presently as they rummaged in thttnooks and crannies about the ma ninvry he incited to his small assIst nut The paper Is saved Buddie saved bjvan aiigclin liKljtbrown You cin tel it by the look of hoc Gpo sadJ3iM Mr echofleld had como blushing to join them Say Cale did you notice the color of her cyst Yes Theyre rayb4T thought so too show day and at Ked e Ilnlioways lecture But say Cale Hieyre kind of changeable When pie eorac la upstairs with you and FIs bee tluv were jest as blue near matched the color of our ribbons Gee repeAted Mr Tipworthy When the editorial rliambftr1 hind been made so lieat that it almost glowed though it could never be expected to Khineas dill Fislxw arid Caleb Parker anti Ross Schofleld that morning the lady took her seut nt time desk and looked overytho few Items the yeritlc iuon halt already compiled for her pe rusal Sir Parker explained many tech ii1fitltl a ii1Jir to lip iirlnw lien Women as Weli as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambitionsbeauty vigor aandcheerfulness soon ftV disappear when the kid neys are out pf order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent Vf that It Is not uncommon r for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid- neysI = T If the child urin a ates too often if the urine scalds thfr flesh or if when the child reahes an age when It should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it the cause of ithe difficulty is kidney trouble and the firstt step should be towards Jhe tteatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need ihe same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect pf SwampRoot is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty fZtf cent and one dolar sizes You may hve a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell rtomo of SwampRoot Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Khmer Co BlngHamtpn N Yobe sure and mentioii this paper Iiild translated some phrases or tOt printing room and enabled her to grasp the amount of mutter needed to fill an Issue I When Pinker finished the three In competents sat watching time little fig ure with the expression of hopeful and trusting terriers She knit lien brow tor a second but she did not betray an instants indecision I think we should have regular market reports she announced ear nesijlI am sure Mr Hurkless would approve Dont you think he would She turned to Parker Market reports Mr FIsbee ex cljtimcd should never have thought of market eports nor do I imagine Would eithcrXof maymy associates A Woman to con eic the ideit of market reports The editor Wushcd Why who would dear If n th woman or a spec tilator and Tin nmta speculator and neither are you and thats the reason you didnt think of them So Mr Parker as there is sb much pressure and If you dont mind contimitngio act as reporter as well as compositor until after tomorrow and if It syt too wet you must have an uimibrClawouid It be too much bother If you went around to All the shops stores I theanto all time grocers and the butchers and the leather place we passed the tannery and If theres one of those places where vthey bring cattle would it be oo much to ask you1 to stop there and W the flour mill if It isnt too farr arid at the tn1bianknd d a Jot down how much things nreJ Orders received the Impetuous Parr ker was departing on the instnntWhen she stopped Urn with a little cry But you havent any umbrella And fehe forced her own a slender wand upon him It bort a cunuingly wrought handle nud Its fabric was of glisten- Ing silk Time foreman unable to de cline it thanked her awkwardly arid hs she tumcU JO speak to Fisbee he belted out of the door and run down the steps without unfolding the um brella and then as he made for Mr Martins emporium unbuttoned it se curely under his long Prince Albert determined that not a drop of water should touch and ruin so delicate a thing Thus he carried it triumphant ly dry through the course of his re Iior tings of that day When1 he had gone the editor laid her hand on Fisbees arm Dear she said do you think youd take cold if you went over to the hotel and made a bote of all the arrivalii for the lust week and the departures too l noticed that Mr thankless always tilled two or three sticks isnt ftwith them and things about them und somehow It read very nicely You must ask the landlord all about them and If there arent any We can take up the same iiuouiit of space lamenting the dull times just ale he used to You see 1ye read the Herald faithfully Isnt Ita good thing I ways subscribed for Ih She pattedl Fisbces cheek with her soft hand and laughed gayly into his uild vague old eyes It wont be this scramble to Iup much longer I have plans gentle m iJnnd before long we will print news nUll we must buy plate matter instead of jpatent insides and I had a talk with the Associated Press people In Rouen but thats for afterwhile And I went to the hospital thus morn lug before llleft They wouldnt let me sec him again but they told me all about him nUll lies hOtter and I got Torn to go to the jell arid lie saw sonic of those beasts and 1 call do a Column of description besides an editorial about them and I will be fierce enough to jjuit Carlow you may believe that And Ive been talking to Senator Burns that Is listening to Senator Burns which is much stupider and I think I can do an article bn national politics Im not very well up on local Issues yet mind I She broke oft suddenly There I think we can get out tomor rows Lumber without any trouble By the time you get bitch from the hotel father Ill have half my my stuff written written up I mean Take your big umbrella and go lear anti lplease ask at the express office if a typewriter has come for me She laughed again with sheer delight like a child and ran to a corner and got time cotton umbrella and placed It tiictOld mans hand As ho readied the door she called after him Wait and went to him anti knelt before him with the humblest proudest grace in the world turned up his trousersto kCI them from the mud Ross Scho Held had never considered Mr FJsbec a particularly sacred s6rtof person but he did from that moment The old man mude sonic timid protest at the girls action but she answered The great Indies used to buckle the Chen lien Bayards spurs for him and youjc a great deal nicer thom time Chcvr You havent any rubbers I dont be lieve any of you have any rubbers 4hd not until both Fisbce arid Mr Bcboflcid had promised to purchase nvershoesvat once ajid in the meantime not to step In any puddles would she let the former depmfrtupomi his errand strongIas Identity Miss Sellna maintaining that the figure under the big umbrella only the Jegg flndcjjat tails were visible to them was that of a stranger probably an Englishman In time Heraldoffice the editor turn ed suiting to the papers remaining vassal Mr Schofleld heard some talk in Rouen of nil oil company that had been formed to prospect for kero sene In Calow county Do you know anything about itY Ross surfeited with honor terror and possessed by a sweet distress at finding himself teteatete with the lady looked at the wall and replied Oh its that Eph Watts foolishness Do you know if they have begun to dig for It yet Maam said Ross Have they begun the diggings yet Xo uinMiu 1 think not rimeyve got a cpntrapshuri fixed tip about three mile south f dont reckon theyve begun yet hardly Theyre gittin the machinery Inplice I heard Eph say theyd begiifi toboredlg 1 jnenn uiaam I meant to say dlgllest- olped utterly confusednrid unhap py nndShe understood hii manly pur pose and knew him for a gentleman whom she liked You mustnt be too much surprised she said but In spite of my ignorance about such things I medu to devote a good deal of si ace to the oil company It may come to be of grcjit Importance to Carlow We wont go Into it in morrOws paper beyond an item or so but do you think you could possibly find Mrl Watts and ask him for some information as to their progress and it it Would bd too much trouble for him to call here tomorrow afternoon or the day after I want him to gfore me an interview if he will Tell hini please he will very greatly oblige us Oh hell come all right answered her companion rquickiy Ill take Tibbs Vbrigpy and go down there right off Epii Wqnt lose no time gittiu here ind with this encouraging nssuraucc hi was flying forth when he like the others was detained by her solicitous care She was a born mother He pro tested that In the buggy he would be perfirctly sh0IttrcXl Besides there wasnt another umbrella about the place He liked to get wet anyway had always loved rain The end of it was jthuy he went away in a sort of tremor wearing her rain cloak over lug shoulder which garment as it cov rNI its owner completely when she wore it hung almost to his knees Ue darted around a corner mimi there Jjrcathlng deeply tenderly removed It then borrowing paper and cord at a neighboring storp Avrapped It neatly and stole back to the printing otllce on the grou nd floor W the Herald building und left the package in time hands of Bud Tipworthy charging hum to care for it as for his own Uf6 and not toi open It but if the lady so much as set one foqt put of door before his return to hand Ittohef AVlth the message lie borrowed another off ti Haiikins Left alone time lady werit tQthlJ desks and stood for p time leoihig gravely at1 llarkless chair She touched It gently as she had tpuchedIt onVo before that morning arid therj sue jike to It as if he were sitting therp qnd hs silo would not have spoken hind he uccii sitting there dldiyouSoon she smiled at time bluet pitted thi chair gayly on tho iback and seizing upon pencil anti pad Washed into her work With rare energy She bent low over the deskl her jmicIlmiiov ins rilIdl She secmetl tl loath taMusci for breath Slit hind covered manyi hcots when Fls ico retiirned nhdas lit came IIP softly In order not to als turb lien she was so deeply engrossed that sue did nQt hear him nor did shei look when Parker entered but purV sued the formulation of her fast flying ideas with the same slngld purpose and abandon So the two men sat mind waited while tlielr chlertnln ss Wrote absorbedly At last she glanced UP and made a little startled exclninnUon at seeing them there1 and then gave WUhUtchwnblcst proudest graccln the world them cheery greeting Each placed several scribbled sheets before her and shimuviimg first assured herself that Fisbce hind bought his overshoes and having expressed a fear that Mr Par ker had found her umbrella too small as he looked damp and indeed he was damp cried praises on their notes and offered the reporters great applause it m so sQjcudld she crjed rw feii t ap n sj quu fti i IS in the rain toot It Is just what we need Jve done most of tbetthings I mentioned I think arid made a draft of some plans CPr hereafter Doesnt It seem to you that It would be a good notion to have n womans page For Feminine Readers or Of Interest to Women once a yeek A w mnllspqge exclaimed FIs bee 1 could never have thought of that Could you Mr Parker Before that day Was over system had been Introduced arid the Herald was running ann and all that warm rainy afternoon the editor and Fisbee work ediin the editorial rooms Parker and Bud and Mr Scboffeld after his return with the Items anjl a courteous rues sage from Ephrqirh Watts bent over the forms downstairs and Uncle Xeno phon was cleaning time storeroom and scrubbing the floor An extraordlhajry fiumbor of Errands tool the various members of the printing force up to see the editor in clfief llteraily to see the editor In chief It was hard to be lieve that the prcsejucq had not flown hard to keen believing without the re pented testimony ofj sight that the din gy room upstairs wkis actually the set ting for their JeWeJnndn Jewel they swore she was The printers came down chuckling and gurgling titter cacli interview It was partly the thought hat she b Jl6ngcd to the Her aid their popet Qd0e Ross chuckling looked up and caugjit the foreman gig sUng to himself What in tip nanio of common sense you Jaughin at Calje he asked What sare you laughing nqrejpined the other T t i duinnqV nkctnrenryThe day wore d outside but all within the Heralds bosom was snug and bCi3y and murmurous with Jtho healthythrum of life arid prosperity renewed Toward 0 oclock system apconplishcjl the new guiding spirit wijk deliberating on a policy as Harkless would coricelvc a policy were he therej when MIrtnie Briscbe ran Joy cushy up tlie sUiirs plunged into the room waterproofed and radiant and caught Iler friend Jin her eager arms and put an cud to pblicy for tUat day But policy and labor did not end at twlllgtit every dayj There were even tugs as in the timeiof Harkless when lamps sbpnc from the upper windows of the Herald bulljilng for the little editor worked hard and sometimes she worked late she always worked early She made some mistakes at first and one or two blunders which she took much more seriously than any one else did But she found a remedy for nil such results of liet inexperience and she developed experience She set at her task with the energy of her youthfulness and no limit to her ambition and she felt that JHarkless had pro pared the way for d wide expansion of the papers interests wider then he knew She brought a fresh point ot view to opernte In aj situation where he had fallen perhaps too munch in the rut and she watched every chance with a keen eye nnd looketl ahead of her with clear foresight What she Waited and yearned for and dreaded was the time wlien a copy oft the new Herald should be placed In the trenibllng hands of the mari who lay in jtjie Rouen hospital Then she felt if hi unaware of her Idontliyas he was rind as he was to be kept should place everything in her hands unreservedly that would be a tribute to her work Arid how bard she iwonlld labor to deserye Itl After a time she bjegan to see that as hits representative pnd cditot of the Herald she had bectjme a factor In dIs- trict politics v JF to jkjier brcath but with a gasp of deliphr for thercwasi something she wantpd to do Rodney McCunc lhind lifted his head and the friends of fils stricken enemy felt that they and tfjje cause that Hark wlthloutHerald hind beaten rallied round Mc Cune The boys were in line again Every one knew that Halloway a dull fUnterlu1Ond was already beaten If John llarkless had been on time ground to work for Him It was said Halloway could have received the nomination again but iris matters stood he wits beaten and beaten badly and Rodney McCune would sltin congress for nom ination meant election But one afternoon the Harkless ssjwokeThere was a political conference at Judge Briscoes Time politicians de scended sadly at the gate from the omnibus that had met the afternoon train BoAvell and Keating two gen tlemen of Amocand Bcrice nnd Shan non Itwb others of Galnes county to confer with Warren Smith Tom Martin Uriscbo and Harkless repr senta tlvesjiFisbec1 and time etlitqr of the IIerad They entered the house gloom Ilyidthe conference began In de flected qionosyllables But presently Mlrine Brlscoe sitting on the porch pretehding to sew heard Helen voice clears sortnnd trembling a little with cxcltment She talked for only two or three minutes but what she said seeiiicd to stir up grcati commotion among time others All the votes burst forth At once In exclamations almost shout Then saw her father seated nearthe jHndow rise and strike tIle table a sre blow with his clinch ed list Will take the uominitlng speech he cried Id walk from here to Rouen tiiil back again to dot Well swim out exclaimed Mr kcnting cf Amo Time wonderful twngj is thjit nobody thought of this befork Thire are JJustt two difficulties ualloway and Our man himself He nonliint let lila riame be used against Kcdfek ThcrQfcyfc Wve got to work itqifibtly and 4p It frqm him Ittji not IpodliUcHU said the speakers cpllengiipt Mr lio4well All weve got to dois to spriijg jt as h surprise on time cOnventIon Some of the old crowd thcmselves will be awept along with us when we 1makeour nominntioi qnd yoii want to sJuff jfour ear with cotton You see all we need 1o do Is to pats the wortl quietly among the Hal loway people ami time slinky McCunc peoplO Jlod may get wind otU lint you cant fix men In this trictagainst us When they know What we mean to dp n vv On thlb first ballot well give Hnlloivay evcrj vcte hed have gCllf- bed t ijm ogainsf cCuncnloile It will Help lilm to understand how things wore Afterward On time second ballot why we nominate Cf course It cant be helped that Hallowny ins to bc kept in tlicJdavk too but lieS got tobp si Theies one danger said Warren Smith Kcdge Halloway is honest but I believe lies selfish enough to disturb his best friend deathbed for his own ends its not uulikely but he will get nervous toward the llust and be tele graphing Harkless to have himself car Wed oil a cot to the convention to save him That wouldntdo nt nil of course And Miss Sherwood thinks maybe thercd be less danger If we set the convention a little ahead of the day appointed Jt8 dangerpus because it t =tt cr t2ie Vat van Arlt for AMgetablePrepara1ionforAs siinulatinglhcFoodandllegulaLing Promotes DigeslionCheerfur ness flndResUContains neither OpiumMorphine nor fineral Nor NAR OTIC e4cQfoT4resw1rEzP1rCgrR n fianplsm Seaf MxJenna JJSJit eSNfl IsIi Aperfecl Rem dy for Conslipa Tion Sour StOuT hDiatrhoca Worms Cortvulsioi Fcversh ness and LOSS Of SLEEP Facsimile Signature of 1NEV YORK e T ccIr or WRAPPER I three days before tile aydseneu on and that will bring it to Sept 7i Its a great plnnsddIr Beric v who was an oratorical geiitleman He thrust oneharid in his breast raised the other towbrd heaven and coritln pcd For ithc name of Harkless shall Walt a minute salit Keating Id like to hear from thq Herald about Us policy if Miss Sherwood will tell us Yes Indeed she answered It will be very simple Dont you think there flcws t15 pfr car ltdatc is only one course to pursue We will advocate no one very energetically but We will print as much of the truth about Mr McCunc as We cnn with jlel icncy arid honor In this case butas I understand it the worjc Is almost all to be done among the delegates We shall not mention our plan HnIl and we will contrive that Mr Hackiess shall coiijitnlrifnrr i 1late anti think the chance jot hrs se Ing It In nny Roucu jmper may IP avoIded Tmnt Is all1 think Thank you afd Heatings Tuatlis ccrtajniy the course totcilhnvt Every one noddpd ori acquiesced in rords and Keating ana Beriee came over to Helen and engaged her In cpa vereatibu Tlie others began to look about for their hats vaguely preparing to leave t Wait a minute said time Judge Theres no train Inc jupt now Aftjd Ifnuie appeared in the tdoofwny wltli- n blgtpltclior of prab apjple Older rltfli and auiber hued sparkliriff cold and fedblent of the sweet smelling orchard where it was horn Behind Miss IJf ts roe caineMiidy iTpton with glasses mill a fat shaking four storied jeUf cake on a second truy The judge passedr his cigars around and time gentleman took them blithely tUfcri hestltatlngly held thorn In their flngcrs and glanced at lie1miSslotiret x on the IablOaiti haudetlthcmrto Kent lug Every one sat beanllng and fra grant veils of sihokc son diaped the rnnll To be coutlntied JV IIS THE corcr Li- rFPEE I j RECLINING t CHAIR CAR ON THE POPULAR HENDERSOI J ROUTE BETWEEN oJ LOUISVILE tEVANSVILLE ST LCXUISv t THE WEST AN- DSOUIHWEST f v As w6 pre the oignatorsOPFree Kecimin UhairCar Service be ween Louisville and St Louisj Dont you think iijt would pdy you you in Vaveling tOGet- he Henddrsoh Route Habit It will usr t ASK UAQUT IT L JlRWlN GEO L QARRETI Gen P Agent v TP A LdUISVILLBKYi Foleyts Kidney ciiroutkct fctfccrs and I CATORIA F Infants and Children Tbe1ind You Hav Always Bought Bears the iltIftt1I- 4Signathre 1 UL 1 In c aIForOver- ThirtyYears r CASTORII I ClubbinffList The best Magazines arid New apers published intthe country offered at redu ced rates to NEWS LEADER subscribers WJTK NEVaAD2R LouisVillE Post daily f3 rof bur r routnaj dailyii 6AO JaiSrter jJaj ri al weeklv 1 50 Louisville Herald dally 2 50 Louisville Berakl wecKlj l 25 Home and Farm ji 125- FarmersHome L Journai 175 Times daily J3 00- Oin Commercial TrlbuneV rlJlQ Cincinnati Eocniirwr fGo 30uriiry Geujkmdi30Br- eedersiztte V 200- mterstatePouitzvmau13O 15QtQre Commoner ot 1 50 St Louis jrlobepemoqrat 1 75 bt Ficbplas t J ar50 Harpers Mrguicepi i C- OSarpers weekly 425 Harpers Bazar 1425 American Agriculturist 5aSpecial yates given on many otbert publications not inr n ioned above which will be made kdoKnon application to Br L DAMSON Jr ubNewsLender Sprugfield Kja I TRE SOMRJHINf TOSEE J Thepreat Sojithtyest invites time ea tire North Aid East to make a tour of inspection and recreation to the Pin trpal Wgihess centers withini thebonn darieB jouOkiaboma and Indian Terri ones pd Texas oa Februray IGth MaRCh tist or Mar h 15tti This territory pt injulensitj in all timings coinniiAids time attention of persons futereMeid in tne adrauceui0nt of the Educational Agricultureat and Manufacturinff growths of our country AyOid the weatner extremes of the North and Easi ai this Sefeon of the year by taking advantage df the opportunity afforded in the low hates effective oa dates mentioned by Fris co System and Connecting tines via St Louis and Kansas City Gatesways Prom St Louis to Oklahoma and In dian Territories 850 to Texas HOOO From KansasCitv and Memphis 6 30andS800 respectively Alto round trip rate of 1500 frOm SK J ouis and Kattsas City to Texas on above dates with liberal etop over privileges aThe Frisco System Has four tfaini ilaily front Sb Lotiis andKansas Cijy 5 JQuiC Statioh to the South Vvest f iopi Eafe E7er Melo ttr onL t ia the Rock IS1allP1jCO JYsEc Are you ihtpresed If so get ready and take advantage of the lowest ate eYe niade o Arkan sas Texas and Indianian QkIa Jirma Territories pickets on aie from Memphis Siv LduTs ind Chicago FebfuriiJ6thi vlar clu 1st audJSth k df April Jtljartf 19th Call on your near 4 tclfet tint or address i ij fflf McsjtSuiRE District Pasj enSjer Agent 4 is Qincionatit Ohio iYcLP A Danfarth of LaGr eg qim suffered foriix raontus with frightful ruKia ore pit kii JeXcbuS Writo3 that Buckla V Atnica5alve whftir CUrEd t lye d ajs For Uicd rjfc Wo4t Piles ts the best saveiP lNiv vorld Cure gtiarattwi Omily i 25cis sold thyO J Kaj eDr ruggisi