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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v7T- 4rtJTz8j t r I N j riesVo1 XII o5fa SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON t COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 2 1905 lll AJALtif ryif sI t r ItTThopsoll r J liftlNOERrAK ERS f Ab EMBAIMERSI I k r Q Ip1i rin toek all kind otFaneral 1 is OUR DIRECTORY iJ I t L 3fsGFiE4Dt cpunty eat or jtingiion County 52 miles south sast pf crlnptori S9 piles from 1L4ILsville on BardstoWR branch of fciuisyille and Nashville railroad in Klarmin and agricultural district two Bantcsr telegraph and telephone nesi express office flour mills lumber yards Poptation 1100 population of iunty IIRepresentative in Congress Hon D JS f3mittff K Kepresefatative Eleutucky Legis liLturey lion W D Cla brooke Represcntati iu s nate Hon Iarv 1n lerj tjiiMt1 Kv County Directory I i CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court bgins on the fourth I Monday In February May and Octo sir VLH TEhurman Judge iti L Durham Commonwealth At torney FM Campbell Clerk J jUG Leachmani MasterCommiss Qner QUARLY COJJRTt puarftrljr Court is beldpn the third tfohday itreadi mon th 1SVL LUsey Judge y I COUNTY COURlV rii County Cuirt meets on the fourth i Monday in frich mouth B LLitser Judge W FBooker County Clerkl i S Maycs County Attorney George Catlettt Jailer v Byrgn Croake Sheriff V Rich c1Isham Sidney Osborne V t RH Mullicari Deputiesi Ed Masters i WjimesJF Moore County Suryeypr jC I Royalty Assessor v i Ir P onryan Deputy lf + Robert Noc Treasurer JM Montgomery CbrpucrLv jt W Dash Snpt of Common Sqboolfl P 0 Springfield CITY COURT James RNoe Police Judge Jo GMSS Slirshii WF Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE GOUXT 4 JuticQ Courts are field in Januaryr April July and Octoberrl hjT Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev J C HoBkinson Pastor Ser Tlcesanthe First and Third Snudavs in each month atll a m and 730 p tIt 4 SundaycIlOOleVerJSundayatlO arn Prayer meeting every Wednesday nightd CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessey Pastor Ser 4icesevery Sunday at S and 10 oclock a m Services at t Rose sal hours X CHRISTIAN caURCH ICy WiT Wilden Patot Service ecndau fourth Sunday lueachD Monthi i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latfnier Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am i and fit 7 pm Sunday school every t Snnday3 at lOam1 Prayer meetingn every Thursday eVeninc at 7 oclock r v T BAPTIST CHURCH R van HarIs2pWilhiamPastOt 3PreachThg ever Sunday att 11 am School everand 7i5pm Sunday S ndaYilt930 am Prayer meeting every Tuesday cyening at 715 oclock V i f j = F f1aternalUrders MASONic LODGE Springfield lodge opo meets first and third Mouday pac montb j WashmstouRJA Chapter No S7 mpets every second tuesday j SprinRfield Council flpS meets 01 rverv iourth Monday KNIGHTS of THE MACAHEES Meet v0vcnr frsi cdnesdav in each ttop f- FOLEYS HONEY DTARII- I frtYwts Sirius Rwults FraaCI- Sr R member the nan t vIss MtMy Mil Tar Insist l ipxi having the genuine Thrss S lCf OCoo 1prpardonly by F1e CompanY Chiola Lii r Sv v y w v Ic + NEWS=LEIDPi y TI If in t in r si 3 jra ft TOra O i I I1J ROUND Of TALK 1 lCB W Affernoon in Winter Aw1rl o brown leave frosted thick fI1vitlfnow IA low gray sky of interlapplngr IAceased to flow Gantarme baretrees closewrap ped id jleety shroada A lone bird fares athwart the drpopx lngsky With sure strong wine whicH pulsed svift and true FOIt11t0mhISC0VeEt s1inas the fox r hi4xe c J v With hunger wild rdamssearching out the view A farrabouse gabled lying wrapped in snow A wraith of smoke corskscrewing the cold air The muffleoshapea of men which come andgov And bitter biting winter every where 1 Housekeeper HAJP EAILROAD The Har rodsburg and Lebanon pa pers have recently been exploit jng the chances of a new electric railroad from Burgin Harrods burg Mackville Springfield Lebanon and on through Colum bia to the Cumberland river at Ore lsboro It is said thatthe proposed line will open up a won derf ully rich country and devel op coal and oil and timber re sources to say nothing of furnishing a new outlet for the agricultural iinterests of the section through which it passes The chief promoter of the enterprises Mr Azbill who is not unknown in this county He has been quietly figuring on this or a sim Har railroad project through this territory for a good while butll has done nothing definite enough up to the present time io attract t the serious attention of anyone When the right time comes and when the cleme assumes some practical shape Washingt9nI county will oubtress respond toii any reasonable call for aidinI promoting the enterprise We do not think that the pedple of this county are slow to take adivantage of any legitimate enter t prise that tends to benefit the county and its citizenship but they must first be assured of theii thorough practicability a rail oad or any project before piedg ing support t I I YTf HEY STUCK If for anyr i reason the Burley Tobacco Growers Company should fail to carry out its plans this year the promoters of that concern cannot truthfully attribute the fail ure to the farmers of the tobacco l district for they have certainly been staunch in their support and have resPQnded to every de mand and under unfavorable cir cumstances atvtnat XThe Grow g ers Co first demanded of the far ers a pledge of seventy perd cent of the tobacco crop was estimated was soon secur d Then it was Tequired that the farmers subscribe 5QO000 t to the capital stock of the comjj pany and this demand was also ict after a time Now after the matter had been passed up totheii capitalist of the Growers Compa ny it was discovered that l nttt million more pounds of tobacco from the farmers was needful be fore the deal could be success fully consummated Although ttIbis appeared to be a big demand the farmers undertook to 14 ise the amou 1 and if all reports are true up to this lime they have succeeded If anything shoul- dhappenwhich we do not expect to prevent the consummation of ihe plan the tbbacco farmers cannot be held responsible for the failure for they have done theirprt many of them sticking to their obligation even atagreat inconverience to them selves1 i i 1 VT IRE LiMiiHWedol no lcnow JL just whafctile town laws are in that regard but if there is not one already in Existence Spring field1 sliOulihaveby all means a fife boundary or limit That i i is i 1 W prohibiting the building off anything ther than stone or brick buildings within the isi- iusspartDf town Every town of any consequeiice in the cPu 1r try has such a regulation nd it is ut jjust and reasonabl that they should N thing detracts more fromthe appearance ofi5 town nor adds m9re to th danger of desruction by jfirethan the building of frame buildings ih among brick business ho ses on a main street We have an gx ample of thatliere in Springfield On Main street in a certain busii ness portion of the town are frame bui dings The fir jnsur iTca1tsr cgiiiZ gtIa condition to be a menaca to the safety of that portion of the tpwn have placed such a high rate on insurance risks on the property in that district as to make it almost prohibi ry to carry insurance at all We are in favor of the improvem nt and the building up of the to vn ev ery time but such improv raerits Icertairiregulntions community No Independents White nothing definite has done in regard to the matter it is altogether probable that be fore a great while the HoW To bacco Warehouse Cpmpa ly and the State Tobacco Warehouse Company will ncquira member ship in the Louisville Ltsaf Tobacco Exchange The fact that the president of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Cpmpany has acquired a con trolling inter est in the Home Warehouse and the lurther fact that the State Tobacco Warehouse Company whie operated independently is believed to be thoroughly friend ly to the other warehouses and willing to abide by tthe rules of the Exchange makes this result almost certain The committee recently ap pointed to consider the Question of sales has not yet held a meetI insr and will probably net do until some understanding is reached about the Home house and the State he use The general opin on on the breaks is that these two houses will be admitted to membership iin the E change This would give Louisville three independent warehouses the Pickett Home and Statin addition to the warehousjes con trolled absolutely by the Louis yule Tobacco Warehouse Com pany all subject to the rules and regulations of the Leat Tobacc- oExchangerIimes A Bad Lot L The present KentuckyLegis lature is the worst that we ever remember Its regular session i was characterized by the most extravagant appropriations ever known In its extra session it is iing further evidence of its generaf badness by simply remaining in session in order to raw its per diem If it were characterized by proper business methods it could in onejday de termine the Capitol site and ad journ It becomes more and J and more evident that iH isdeliV erately remaining in sesion for five dollars a day for e ch memo ber and that it is indifferent tO- he fact that each dao session costs the taxpayers ofikentucky 1000 We have in ibje action of the Legislature another argument against the early primary A number of the present members l of the House anjl Senate have been renominat when they would not now be in theI running if the people had a chance Eliz8betbtown News Biq Diamond The largest diamond pver disc vered has been found near Pretoria The stone weighs 3032 carats aud is said to be a pure white diamond of good qttal i ty It islocally valu d at 3 500000 to 4000000 The famous Kohinoor whic is valued at 600000 weighs 123 carats though iit is said to have weighed 900 before it was cut There is immerse excitement at Pretoria as a result ofthe disc very To Care a Cold in Oneii Take LAXATIVR DayI INE tablets All dru l the money if it fails tio cure E W l Groves sienaUre is oncach tox 2 Value of One Acre It may be unusual to estimate tile amount of pork that can be produced from an acre jof certain crops but the problem has been- solved in a very interisting way tt is claimed that an acre of land in clover will produce 800 pQunds- of tork peas 375 pounds corn 650 pounds oats 320 pounds barley 420 pounds and wheat 225 pounds The value of each on one acre when converted in Iws910ver32I cents per pound Of course something depends on the pIke- ruling for the c rop The amoun of produce per acre required tO- give the pork mentioned to an acre is 900 pounds of wheat 1 680 pounds of barley 1320- pounds of oats 2240 pounllof corn l5000 pounds of peas and 12000 pounds of g een clover Ex ROMANCE ENDS In Desertion After an AIINIflht VIS II With Her lover After sitting all night in the office of Colemans livery stable with the man she expected to marry the following day and then beug deserted by bh1 short Jt after the first rays of the sun peeped forth from behind the eastern hills was the experience ot MissBffie Rainey a beautiful young woman of Perryville last Friday morning in this city Miss Rainey and Sterling Ran dell a young man who lives a short distance from this city on the Cornishville pike drove into town Thursday night shot tly be fore 12 oclock and stopped at Colemans stable After having coupleventbright fire they sat and convers ed about tueir future plans and of a sweet sun kissed voyage up on the matrimonial sea At each stroke of the cock the youiig woman would look into the face of her lover and bestow upon him a smile which tdld of her de votion and that the time was rapidly approaching when they should plight their trotttaf the marriage altar The couple took occasional walks up and down Maic street in order tto the approach of the day hastenI Shortly after the doors business houses had been swung open to admit the early morn ing ahoypers Ransdell went for short while to make some arrangements for the marra e which was soon to take place And she waiteJ The minutes lengthened into hours ond still her lover dicttret return She grew impat ient and while everything pos sible was done by those in the livery stable office to make her comfortable her impatience couldTio longer be controlled and she appealed to the police to help her out of the dilemma Officer Herron began an investii gation and found that Ransdell had sold his buggy to Mr L B Givens and had sent the horse out to the home of his father The police found the young man at the depot where he had pur chased a ticket for Kansas City Mo But no charge having been prefcred against him he was not molested and left on the afternoon train for the west He stated to the officer that he did not intend to marry the girl that she bad persuaded him to come with her to Harrodsburg and that she had arranged all the marriage details Miss Rainey was sent to her home in Perryville by Mr John 1 Vanarsdall She was yery much affected over her desertion by young Ransdell She is an exceptionally handsome young woman and comes of a good tam ily Her father is dead but her IfPerryvRansdell is ason ofJoe Ransdell a prominent farmer living near here and has alcsas bourn a good rep tatioo and his action has caused great supprise among his friends His father came in andTedeemed the buggy from Mr ocrat Givens Harrodsburg Demr Dr Weave Treattbent 8jrnppuriflei the blood Cento beali itia cnrotlro f rOOOO COON STORY aS oo It was in the early sixties when game was plentiful and every one delighted in huntingthe fur bearing animals the month of February 186 IIn snow fell and rendered i t st iimpossible for the coons to travel But as it happened one of the old settlers who was used to the snow came put and bun ted a warmer house in a hickory snag about 2Q feet high and about two feet in diameter He of course could not get therewith out leaving his tracks exposed MessrEfBeaver and Jim Hardesty pro posed a hunt They soon found the uold coons tracks and fol f lowed thmto the above describ ed snag on a bluff on the Stigall farm near Poortown But the hole hvthe snag was not as they thought large enough for him to get into and they concluded to leave without cutting the snag Bufrthe little dog which was with them would not consent to leave and kept up a continual barking and Scratching until atI last they decided to cut the snag and risk the consequences This they did and it proved to be sol saveupreo it mained persistent and at last to satisfy themselves as to whether the coon was in there or not they cut a large hole about mid dleway of the snag and there to their astonishment was not only one coon but eighteen large fat saucy ones lying in one huddle The men succeeded in killing everyone of them and returned home This was a good haul at one lime and it wasnt a good day for coons either Can the flower of Hillsboro head us off UNO l Look out for Coughs Colds Croup nd Whopping Cough They arc dan gerous at this season of the year They lead to pnc1D mia or orisumptIontt ou ca orevent or cure all such complaints with fjlees Laxative Honey t and Tar an improvement oyer all cough lung and bronchiral remedies and best Cough jSyrqp Sold by Hay dous Pharmacy Unwrittniaw Tuesday Judge Corn had before him Mrs Bunton Tilford and hermotber and sister char gel with assaulting Miss Annaiil Coffey aU ladies of variegated color The proof showed that the Coffey girl had been running i with ithe Tilford womans bust l band and the Judge remarked t You had no business with that womans husband I believe that the unwritten law applies to woman as well as to men TheIl defendants are discharged The plaintiff is warned to go fo work for a Hying or leave town within twenty Jour hours It would be better if a few more married women would use clubs in cases of this kind Hairodsburg Democrat j Plral Men Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated l Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy andun account of the great merit and popularitYof Folcys Honey i offeieljHoney and Tar and refuse any substl tute offered as no other preparation will give the dame satisfaction Jtis mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate p rrons For sale by Wocd Well f Burgin Mad Stone John Larry the sixyear old son of James Larry a Jessamine county farmer wus bitten by astray dYtfJast Thursday which showed unmistakable signs of hydrophobia and was immediately taken to St Josephs Hospital at Lexington to have the famous Burgin madstone applied The child was at home and happened to open the door to gQ out into caninefat hlinsinking its teeth into the fleshy part of the little fellows leg Dr GG Perry of White Hall who owns the Burgiri mad stone was at the hospital at the time with the stone The stone was applied to the wouii and adheredfor several minutes and it is now thought that the boy wUl recover A numuer of persons bitten by mad dogs I a have ben treajte d by tie Burgin madston with beneficiall results rHarroisburg Democratic JI Jenson ioir Mt C W G reen has tbreever IriRiek children at this writihg last report was they bad the ty phoidfever or e espectaly is very sickhRoy Sanders began another singing school at the Beech Grove butch last Wednesday He has a very attentive class The fiillsboro correspondent hisrnbbitt ter and at the same time gives facts as vie get thorn Messrs George and Adam Elliott broth erof the killer caught nine rab bits out of a piece of bark that had curled in aiub shape not a good day for rabbits either and Dead Shot Bill caught two pos sums out of the same piece of bark the day before we did not care to tool with such small game stories as rabbits Has the HillsDoro neighborhood any fox killers f By the way it is snowing again and we expect to hear of Mr Elliot killing more ofirtje wild dogs Come again Mpillsboro i Miss Mattie Begley has retur ned home after about ten days visit among friends at this pla6e i Mr A W Arnold has lost several lamb in the last few days Misses Bettie and Sallie Elliott were visitingi friends here last j week The Misses Alford haye returned home from their visit in Louisville Mrs R B Elliott 0 Burnes and Messrs C F Goode and Harry Burnes were the guests of f Mr J K Elliott and family Saturday i They had an enjoyable time Mr Jim BestJr is very lowJf with ptunomia1There is very little hope for his recovery t The talc of a number of thett farmers hbre is that they will get ther tobacco on the market this week Ins to be hoped that they will receive a good price all around for same Mr Cqite Lav gave a dance to the young folks of this end last Saturday Mr John Boswell of Marion county is visiting relatives here Mrs Rj B Elliott sold to herD son Johnr a good horse for 75 W J Coyle hasbecome a resident of this place and is welll pleased with the placeDThe new story The Sowers is read with much interest among many and we must compliment he editor for having unproved the NEWS LEADER and made itTto rank among the best cGnty papers published Long may it live t r Garncit Judge T amEs Garnett of Colc umbia one of Adair counts i most prominent citizens died suddenly llast weekTbf heart raily ure He was seventy years oflj age and das been an able practit oner for many years He represented his ccunty in the Legis lature and the Senate was Judge of the Circuit Court in his dsttrict and was an invaluable man- n ail the relations of life in his sestion His death was very unll e pectedas he had just taken supper ylth hts son James Garii nett Jr and gone home after which he died in a half hour He was a brotherinlaw Of Reqn W T Wood and DrBj T Woods of this cltyDanvihle Advocates Ayers Doctors first prescrlbedlAyers Cherry 60 years ago fEhey use it today more than ever Th- eyCherry Pectoralii f rely upon it1 rcoldscoulhS- bronchltlspconsumptlon They will tell you how It f heals inflamed lungs l IbaderjbsdCOflhfOthT7Then lungs wen won healed and my cougbdroilpsdO awaJjuPUKL xrnz 25 Oci cuuconAlidruiitiu Orj Old Coughs a ne Ayw PiN at IMdtlme Inu natural 0 next SUB j R P1l Li1100 Y AR3 j f 1c r rlIJ j A Matter 1 J il 3wThere j i ir K BakingPowderwhichakes I ffjfj the food more cligestible andI i wholesomeI This jjeculiarky1 t4 il of Royal has been noted bv 1JiJii physicians and1hey ac QXor ingly endorse arid ijr Q1iIt I mend F JA A it f i PPWDER NEW t ffliZKtoao io mnw I r IIOF LOGAt INTtRIST i 4 I r WMVMM Miy t 5p HBSS i FINEl DOGS Jailer Georgei Catlett is the possessor ota fam Hy of 6ne dogs of which he iis quite proud and from which he expects many things The fam ily consists of the motHer and six puppies of pure bred blood hounds Mr Catlett obtained the old one severall months ago from the jailer at HarrpdsbiSrg She was one of a pair which were purchasea by tbecltyof Ear rodsburg some time ago Mr Catlett has been keeping the dog for several months TJie pup pies are fine little animals and distinctly show their high breea ing their sire being a fine spec- imtnof the blood hound family owned by a resident of Frank ort The puppies have all been engaged M Mr Catletfeexpects to keep two of them and have them wel educated in tifieirnafi ural profession NOT 4JEAD In our last issue we used clipping from the Lebanon Enterprise giving an ac count of ithe death of Dr C T Blandford athIs home in Meade county It develops tihatr the re port is a mistake and that Dr Blandford is not dead and has ot eyea been sick The Enter prise explains that it published the repot on what it considered good authority but has since learned that it was a mistake r Blandford is wellknown in Washington countv having mar ried Miss MollieCraycroftJof this place wtio is a Sister of Mrs Nannie Simms and of Mr John Craycroft Dr Blandfords friends and relatives here were very much disturbed until the report was corrected IcREksrNGA close observer fail to notice the rapid increase in the population of Springfield within the past two ears and estimates of the popu lation are now given at 1600 peo ple which we do not believe toI be fat wrong The census of 1900 of course gives the town a population of pbly a littlet over a thousand but then it is a well known fact that the Census enu merator never gets all the popu lat1onrhefctthat new citi zens have Iiid1ybeenmovingi- ntoSprmgfield during the past two or three years has beenap parent to everyone and although o figures are forthcoming it isI afe to estimate that the popula tion of the town hat increased four or five hundred in as many eacs There is one thing how ever that causes a careful oT server to shake his head WU1 this increase in population coif tinUe unless there is something more here to sustain the popu lation It is all very well for new families to move into town andlive and for new stores to open but what we need is something in the way of new manu factoriestto support the neVcitr iziship o NEW FIRM The new livertI firm of which mention was made last week is to be made iii ojI different members to those at rst intended and which was an ced In the article There with be three parties lo the firms follows B C rfoHitt G Ensor and Lev Bro rnr rbMe men are all fell a1VotIbItq tt known hereMr Brow vwiioJ is a soninlav of Mr BoblUt t Jg tat presentjwcrking for lie Louisr ville Street Railway Co while rjMr Exisor isengagea tn Irtii JJf lasborl distance be1 Jrttpwnv r He will sell out hi farming in terests toengage in the new en erprise LEACHMAN Tha scxiy page l of laac Saturdays IJOBisyilla Post contained ex lentpalt toae pictures of Misses M1i1 tfttaudElizaoethLeachnun clltriii 1 lit1g daughters of fe and Mr5 if W H Leachman ofthis coan ji L The Misses ttehm n have been r visiting their sister Yrs Bdga r D Martin in Louisville tthi winter They rank amongth i 4the II JpQums p fft llt t The Lebanon Flco lJastCekLsays ID his charge totheQrand i Jury Judge TIurmanputhi remarks under six heads Thc first WllS selling cigaretrat erial and cigarettes to minors second selling liquor to poiriprs inebriates or persons intlehabitsif of getting drunk and selling on Sunday and without Jlcense third seining dynamiting cr J poisoning fish fourth earring jj concealed weapons or sillinf fox 4 a minor a deadly weapon filth V work on Sunday sixth abusive lariguage He put special stress upon each of these subjects awl i declared that if tthese particular faults were remedied this cdvf + munity would have little caajfef tifj to complain of the bad acts oNlfef citizens He urged the jirjio Ir make a careful investigati awi l I and do the rduty by r turiiiiif jai indictment against ever guilty rman at the same time IIM inc vt them that the law w JdbeaPi it r j plied toall parties alike regard ilIQSS of their position rfinsnciaL i st condition vY 1 I L JI JZ ICk l IIJ Crvine went to Nisori Ir fJJKentucky twenty od yjso and was a prominent citiaetxdf v this tOwn Hewasabout5oy told Mrs McEltoy IS io y I only remaining niernber 1Ql Jtlarge1rvtufamiIy f rliWNEW PASTORThe ChrM z cb urcbatth plc has sMthe servlcesbf I eYWIy1idr n of pancasfer as its1 regvr ti pastor Rev WaldetiwflL S4 f his first service on tH4 M oes piSunday iu iebiiirjr j f jq able preacher rnl his M iio4will dunjbtlttis prove apilpnt and will be pf fr tjd8 i the cliurch 4 I fEhJThe firm Co at LiUey hTf ir all persons iflIbLA4 li gare r queteW eo aod at ooceg the old buMss Mbst boettedj j IEJPIDk1OnCoof faAJIWw NSe 14- a y j N1893 a L i- IxrrN 5fSPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBBUAfeY 2 1905qrSeriesVo1 ILOO A TEEAV IIr i p bSON Jr LiTh UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAUMERS A A citr tll kock ah Mat lFdneralI appBM PHOtI53 A Wfi DWECfOR- Yfl l 4Af iSs 3 IWYILD cmHty4 at ofj jptoa County S2 miles south tst o Lc wfon t 59 lailes from yi1konBrdstcVI branch of LtttwriUe and Nashville railroad in farmftg and agrrcuttural district Two BakS telegraph and tcl phone MrteicMresa Office flour mills lumber h r4L Po tation 1100 population of 11Sopo Representative in Congress Hon D II sitlq Hodffenville K Kepe eiiUttve iin eutuckj Leffis Utkte i Ron W D Clabrooke XpescntatiC s J tc Hon latt L1ncas tii v J 5 County streetery CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth I MiMadav1i1 Jf bruarYt Mayand Octo iI U1Thurman Jdgo jfc t Durham Comnionwealth At tney F Campbell Clerk JiG LeachmauMasteiCon miss NU QUARTRIiV COURT Court is beldon the third Quarrljr mOnJhwrlfefeday itreacJi JtlB I Utsey COUNTY COUR1V jis County Cutrt meets on tbe fourth in Monday in frich mouth B I4Litsey Judge County Clerk ii WiF Booker S Mayes County Attorney OeorjeCaUett Jailer hast Byfgn Croakc Sheriff iup ZchidIshani Sidney Osborne the tH Mullicari Deputies Masters IIamesY Moore County Surveyor jCl Royalty Assessor 7 TPOBryan Deputy V Robert Noe Treasurer any JM Montgomery Coroncrr J W Bush Supt of tommon gphoola P 0 Sprlngfleld lIdo I CITY COURT James K Hoe Police J dgcvr fJob a G e 2firsh il WF Qrigsby City Attorney t JUSTICE U tTS t 1Jlotlcc Courts are held in January April July and October = ing l Church Directory r METHODIST CHURCH RevJ CBo81ri son Pastor Ser Vices on the First and Third Sundays in each month atll a m nnd730 p tIt SundaySchoof every Sunday atlOam not meeting every Wednesday Prayer i ight CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessey Pastor Ser ficesXevery Sunday at S and 10 oclock m m Services at St Rose same hours I ICCHRISTIAN CHURCH ers v XevWTWuIden Paot Service eicond and f urth Sunday in each onth i jCEi 4 it a PRESBYTE IANdBURCHe Rev T D fatftrfer l Pastor JjreachInE every Sunday at 11 am t I41 to mndaVT pm Sunday school every t Sunday ut 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday eVenincat 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH uIIIw Wm Harrison JWilliarasPastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and 715Pm Sttnaay School ever I S ndaYilt 93O am Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 715 oclock t ti= fraternal Utderst MASOMIC LODGE Springfleid lodge No 0 meets first and third Mouday an each monta- Washington RA Chapter No 57 deetsevery second Tuesday J Springfield Council tfo52 meets on C rvioudbMond r KNIGhTS of THE MACASEES Meet T czvfrst tdnesdav in each non FDLEYs HONEYvnTAR I Pyvsnts Sesises bsvlis frtI W Remember the nan at i liii Md TM insist t tJftl the genuine tb ct Sc lGQ r v i j- WjE NEWS=LE4DB d j lIaifi JK Si iS 2n HWwWi J JorJ TLKI14LI 1 5JWM 9IJ WM Wfii MM 8 Afternoon in Winter stvirl Ii brown leaves frosted thick wltp now A low gray sky of interlaRpiog clouds bankhigh streamlet that has ceased to flow Gantarme t bare trees closewrap ped in sleety shrouds lone bird fares athwart the droop logaky- Withsure strongwingwhich pulses s vift and true Forth from1 his covert slinks the fort his Jcoerw With hunger wild roams earching outthe view Afarmbogabled lying wrapped in snow A wraith bfi smoke corskscrewing theld apri he muffleorafiapes of men which come and go And bitter biting winter everywhere i t Housekeeper tT1HA1 RArLROAD The Har rodsburg and Lebanon papers have recently been exploiting the chances of a jiew electric railroad from Burgln Harrods burg Mackville rind eId t Lebanon and 0 hrough Columbia to the Giusoerland river at Creelsboro It is said that the proposed line will open up a wonderfully rich country and develop coal and oil and timber re sources to say nothing of furnishing a new outlet for the ag ll iinterests of the section which it passes The chief promoter of the enterprise Mr Azbill who is not unknown this county He has been quietly ffiguring on this or a sim lar railroad project through this territory for a good while but done nothing definite enough to the present tune to attract serious attention of anyone When the right time comes anda when the clieme assumes some practical shape Washington county will doubtless respond to reasonable call for aid in promoting the enterprise We not think that the pedple of this county are slow to take sd- afltage of any legitimate enter prise that tends to benefit the county and its citizenship but they must first be assured of the thorough practicability a rail road orany project before pledg supportt4 tfjUEY STUCK If for anyr 5rdaFon the Burley Tobacco Growers Company should fail to carry out its plans this year the prompters of that concern can truthfully attribute the fail re to the farmers of the tobacco I district for they have certainly been staunch in their support and have respqnded to every de mand and under unfavorable irH stances atstuat The Grow Co first demanded of the far mers a pledge of seventy perD ent of the tobacco crop which was estimated was soon secur d Then it was required that the farmers subscribe 500OOQ t the capital stocko the comjj pany and this demand was also met after a time Now afterthe rnatter had been passed up lo the capitalist of the Growers Compa ny it was discovered that l1n million more pounds of tobacco from the farmers was needful before the deal could be successfully consummated Although this appeared to be a big demand the farmers undertook to i4ise amout and if all reports are up to this time they have succeeded If anything shouldl happen which we do not expect to prevent the consummation of the plans the tobacco farmers cannot be held responsible for the failure for they have done their parrt many of them sticking to their obligation even at great incpnverience to them slves t no IRE LiMiT yedo notfknow t just whatiue townlaws are in thatiegard but if there is not one already iin existence Spring field s lrdhaveby all means a the boundary or limit t That is A 1W prohibiting the building of anything bther than stone or bick buildings within the busii nispartof town Every town 1tryj I i I 1 town nor adds more to ths dan ger of desruction by fire tian the building of tiam among brick ebuildigsin a main street ample of that here in Spri On Main street m a certaingfieldIi I ness portion of the to frame buidings The fire insur c p T sr giiiZi gSl1 a condition to be a menac to the safety of that portion of thej tpwn have placed such i high rate on insurance risks on theI property in that district as toI make it almost prohibi ry to carry insurance at all We areI in favor of the improvement andJ tne building up of the to vn every time but such improveraerits should be done under certainf regulations for the good of the community No IndependentsIr While nothing definite has lone in regard to this matter it is altogether probable tliat be fore a great while the He me Tobacco Warehouse Cpmpa iy and thd State Tobacco Warehouse Company will acquira e bert ship in the Louisville Lciaf Tobacco J Exchange The fact that I the president of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company has acquired a con trolling interest in the Home Warehouse and J the lurther fact that the State Tobacco Warehouse Company whie operated independently is believed to be thoroughly friendly to the other warehouses andt willing to abide by the rules of the Exchange makes th s result cert intThe committee recently ap pointed to consider the question of sales has not yet held ameate ing and will probablyn t do unI til some understanding is reac1e1Q about the Home house and theS State he use The general opinv ion on tbe breaks is tbatf these two houses will be admitted to membership in the Exchange This would give Louisvi le reertho independent warehouses1 the Pickett Home and State rin ad dition to the warehouses controlled absolutely by the Louis villa Tobacco Warehouse Com pany all subject to the rules ami regulations f the Leat Tobacco lxcbngeTimes f A Bad Lot r The present Kentucky Legisv atureisthe worst tnat we e erv remember Its regular session was characterized by the most extravagant tappropria ons ever i knownjf In its extra session it is giving further evidence of its generaf badness by simply recmaining in session in rder ioc draw its per diem If it were characterized by prope business methods it could 1n one day de terming the Capitol site and ad journ It becomes irore and and more evident that iii is delib erately remaining in session for fie dollars a day for each member and that it is mdi erent to the fact that each day j session costs the taxpayers of Kentucky 1000 We have in tie action of the Legislature another argu ment against the early primary A number of the present members 1 of the House and Senate have been renominated when they would not now be in theI running if the people had a- chanceEliztbethtoews Biq DlamoQdj The largest diamond aver dis c vered has been fipund near Pretoria The stone weighs 13032 carats aud is said to be a pure white diamond of good qual iy It islocally vain dat 3r 500000 to 4000000 The fa mous Kohinoor whic is valued at 600 000 weighs 123 carats though it is said to ba weighed 900 before it was cut There is immerse excitement at PretoriaI as a result ofthe disc very Take ToCDreaColiinODBBay LrAXvTIVR BR MO QUIN INE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails tb cure E W LGrAYej5leHat4rei8 on each tox 2 Value iffO1Ie Acre It may be unusual to estim tte tile amount of pork that can be produced from an acre ofcertaii crops but the problem has been solved in a very interesting Watt is claimed that an acre of lane in clover will produce 800 Qutlds of pork peas 375 pounds corn 650 pounds oats 320 pounds barley 420 pounds and wheat 225 pounds The value of each on one acrewhen converted in to pork is as follows Clover32 oats 82240 peas 15 barley 16 80 oats 13 20 and wheat 9 estimating the pork at four cents per pound Of course something depends on the pncje ruling for the crop The amount of produce per acre required ttc give the pork mentioned to an acre is 90Q pounds of wheat 1 680 pounds of barley 132Q pounds of oats 2240 pounds of corn ID 000 pounds of peas and 12000 pounds of green clover Ex ROMfANGE ENDS In Desertion After an AIINIflhl Vlfi II With Her Lover After sitting all night in the office of Colemans livery stable with the man she expected to marry the following day and then beug deserted by hin short y after the first rays of the sun peeped forth from behind the eastern hills was the experience- ot MissEffie Rainey a beautiful young woman of Perryville last Friday morning in this city Miss Rainey and Sterling Ram dell a young man who lives a short distance from this city on the Cornishville pike drove into Thursday night sham tly before 12 oclock and stopped at Colemans stable After having- heir horses cared for the couple vent into the office and befQre a bright fire they sat and convers d about their future plans and r a sweet sun kissed voyage up n the matrimonial sea At each of the cock the youu- gvonn would look into the face of her lover and bestow upon hun a smile which tdld other de votion and that the time was rapidly approaching when they should plight their troth at the marriage altar The couple took occasional walks up and down Mai street in order to hasten the approach of the day Shortly after the doors of the business houses had been swung open to admit the early maro ng shoypers Ransdell went forI short while to make some arran gemonts for the marriage which soon to take place And she waiteJ The minutes lengthened into hoidrs ond still her lover didnetl return She grew impat ient and while everything possible was done by thoser in the livery stable office to make her am fortable her impatience conldrro longer be controlled and she appealed to the police to help her out of the dilemma Officer Herron began an investi gtition and found that Ransdell had sold his buggy to Mr L B Givens and had sent the horse out to the home of his father The police found the young at the depot where he bad lLanI chased a ticket for Kansas CityI Mo But no charge having been prefcred against him he was not molested and left on the af ternoon train for the west He stated to the officer that he did not intend to marry the girl that she bad persuaded him to come with her to Harrodsburg and that she had arranged all the marriage details Miss Rainey was sent to her home in Prryvilleby Mr John 1 Vanarsdall She was yery much affected over her desertion by young Ransdell She is an exceptionally handsome young woman and comes of a good tam ily Her father is dead but her mother and one brother live at Perry vile RanscIell is ason ofJoe Ransdell a prominent farmer living near here and has always bourn a good reputation and his action has caused great supprise among his friends His father came in and red me 1 the buggy from Mr Givens Harrodsburg Democrat Dr Wcaycti Treatment tI f COON STORY It was inthe early sixties whe game was plentiful and every one delighted in hunting the furI bearing animals In the month of February 186 a heavy snow fell and rendere it almost iimpossible forihe coons to travel but as it happened one of the old settlers who was used to the snow came put and nun ted a warmer house in a hickor snag about 2Q feet high lud about two feet in diameter He of course could not get therewith out leaving his tracks exposed and a party composed of Messrs Thomas Haydon Bill Gray Will Beaver and Jim Hardesty proposed a hunt They soon found the ecoId coons tracks and fol lowed them to the above describ ed snag on a bluff on the Stigall farm near Poortown But the hole in1 the snag was not as thfy thought large enough for him to get into and they concluded to leave without cutting the snag Butthe little dog which Was with them would not consent to leave and kept up a continual barking and Scratching until at last they decided to cut the snag and risk the consequences This they did and itproved to be sol id at the stump and they save it up again The little dog remained persistent and at last to satisfy themselves as to whether the coon was in there or not they cut a large hole about mid dleway of the snag and there to their astonishment was not qnly one coon but eighteen large fat saucy ones lying in one huddle The men succeeded in killing everyone of them and returned home This was a good haul at one time and it wasnt a good day for coons either Can the flower of Hillsboro head us off UNO Look out for Coughs Colds Cronp nd Whopping Cough They are dan gerous at this season ofthe year They lead to pneinomia or Consumption oi cm prevent or cure all such com plaints with ijtees Laxative Honey and Tar an Improvement oyer all cough lung and bronchiral remedies and best Cough JSyrqp Sold by Hay Ions Pharmacy Unwriltan Law Tuesday Judge Corn had be fore him Mrs Bunton Tilford and hermotber and sister char gel with assaulting Miss Anna Coffey all ladies of variegated color The proof showed that the CoffEy girl had been running with the Tilford womans bus band and the Judge remarked You had no business with that womans husband I believe that the unwritten law applies to woman as well as to men The defendants are discharged The plaintiff is warned to go to work for a Hying or leave town within twenty lour hours Iwoud be better if a few more married women would ue clubs in cases of thiskmd Harrodsburg Democrat FiratillE Foleys HoneY and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are ofieced for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction Jtis mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate p errons For tale by Wocd Well c Burgln Mad Stone John Larry the sixyearI oldj son of James Larry a Jess Ii1rneI county farmer was bitten by a1 stray dcgjast Thursday which showed uumistakuble signs of hydrophobia and was immediately taken to St Josephs Hospitall at Lexington to have the famous Burgin madsione applied The thud was at home and happened to open the door to go out into yard when the rabid canine ililtbe at the mouth snapped at him sinking its teeth into the fleshy part of the little fellows leg Dr Gi G Perry of White 1Hall wbo owns the Burgin mad stone was at the hospital at the time with the stone The stonet was applied to the wouLjd and adhered for several minutes r boy recover numuer Of persons bitten by mad dogs have ben treated bYttie Burgiin madston with beneficial results Harrodsburg Democratic Jof1ontH C W G reeu has three yer 11Mt children at this writ hi report was they bad the ty phoid fever oc e especialy is very sickhRoy Sanders began another singing schoolI at the Beech Grove church last Wednesday He Iras a very attentive class The Iihlsb ro correspondent asks us jtoheadhim dffon his rab bit story This is an easy mat tef and at the same time gives facts as we get tbQm Messrs George arid Adam Elk ott broth erof the killer caught ninezab bits out of a piece of bark that bad curled In aaub shape not a good day jfor rabbits either and Dead Shot Bill caught two pOs sums out of the same piece of bark the day before we did not care to tool with such small gan e stories as rabbits Has the Hillsooro neighborhood any fox killers By the way it is snowing again and we expect to hear of Mr Elliot killing more of the wild dogs Come again Mr jnilsboro Miss Mattie Begley has returned home after about ten days visit acpng friends atthlsplade Mr A W Arnold has lost sev eral lambs in the last few daysJ Misses Bettie and Sallie Elliott were visiting friends here last weekIThin Misses Alford haye re turned home from their visit in Louisville Mrs Ri B Elliott 0 Burnes and Messrs C F Goode and Harry Burn s were the gUEhts of J Mr J itEiliott and family Saturday They had an enjoyable UmCMr Jim BestJr is very lowJ with pneunomiai There is very little hope for his recovery The1alir of a number of the farmers here is that they willI get their tobacco on the market this week It is to be hoped that they wull receive a good price all around for same Mr Cqlte Lav gave a dance to the young folks of this end lastJ Saturday Mr John Bos well of j Marion county is visiting relatives bereJ Mrs Rf B Elliott sold to herI son John a good horse for i51 wJ Coyle hasbecome a res ident of this place and is welt i pleased with the place The new story The Sowers is read with much interest among many and we must compliment the editor for having improved the NEWS LEApER and niade it- o rank among the best rccounty papers published Long may it liveJ r Garietf Judge jjames Garnett of Columbia one of Adair countys most prbminent qitizens diedj saddenlyl last week of heart fail ure Hewas seventy years off age and das been an able practit oner for taany years He repre sented his ccunty in the Legis lature and the Senate was Judge of the Circuit Court in his ds trict and Was an invaluable man- n all the relations of life in his sestion His deaih was very un expected as he had just taken supper with his son James Gar nett Jr and gone home after which he died in a half hour He was a broth rinIaV Of Req T Wood and DrB T Wood 1V this ctyrDanville Advocate j Ayers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever Th- eyCherry Pectoralre- lyupon Ittrcolds coughs bronchitis9consumption They will tell you how It heals inflamed lungs I bad a Terr bed eogh for tbNI 7SS1 Then I tried Ayer Cherry pectoral M7O lungs were soon hMldaadmy coUvvvw awaJja PULK MTDI Omthrl Ceatrt JW cito J CTJlR l Lowell Mau AlidMliiafor Old Couth Pill at IMdtlme IftUrNgneA1AI ilADJllxtmornln r r tCJJ riA Motor to fi t J ofHaIth 4 t v 1j i t RoyalBakingL i ti 1ft the food more Digestible andvtI I wholesome This ecwliar rt fJir ofRoyalhas been notedbyfl r i physicians and they C r 9tdtIJJtcinglyeridoFse andrecom J J j Ji mendit fT o 1f 7 i3vco NEW 1 i vWf fifim iHjfifiifiiH fi ijH tc rftiwHwHfi I I 3 OF LOCAL INTERES 1 t j1I f 14Jp C J M MMM gBJ gt FINE I DOGS Jailer G Catlett is the possessor oCR lgjj Hy of finS dogs of which he i quite proud and from which he expects many things The fam ily consists of the mother and six puppies of pure bred blood hounds Mr Catlett obtained the old several months ago froua the jailer at HarrodsbuVg She wasone of a pair which were purchased by the city of Ear rodsburg some time ago Mr Catlett hrs been keeping the dog for several months The pup pies fine little animals and distinctly show their high breeding their sire being a fine speci men of the blood hound family owned by a resident of Frank fort The puppies have all beer engaged Mr Catlet expects to keep two of them and JbaVe them well educated in tflirna- ural profession NoT4EADIn last issue we used a clipping from thQ Leb anon Enterprise giving an ac count ofthe death of Dr C T Blandfofd at his home in Meade county It develops thitthere port is a mistake and that Dr Blandford is not dead and has not eyen been sickt The Enterprise explains that It published the report on what it considered good authority but has since learned that it was a mistake Dr Blandforais wellknown in Washington county having married Miss Mollie Craycroft of thisplace who is a sister of Mrs Nannie fciimms and of Mr John T Cray croft Dr Blandfords friends and relatives here Were very much disturbed until the- repOrtwas corrected- JNCRE4SINGA close observer cannot fail to notice the rapid increase in the population oJ Springfield within the past two years and estimates of the popu lation are now given at 1600 peo plewhich we do not believe to be far wrong The census of 1900 of course gives the town a population of only a little over a thousand but then it is a well known fact the CenSus eon merator never gets all the popu lation The fact that new citi- zEns have rapidly been moving into Springfield during the past two or three years has been apparent to everyone and Rltfiough no figures forthcoming it is safe to estimate that the popula Lion of the town haf increased four or five hundred in as many years There is one thing how ever causes a careful ob server to shake his head1Wfl this increase in population con tinue unless there is something more here to sustain the popu lation It is all very welt for new families to moye into town and live and for new stort1 to open but what we need is something iin the way of new manu factories to support the newcitcj iz nsnip j NEW FIRM The jfew liver jfirm of which mention was made last week isi to be made Qli oJ different members to those at first intended and whick was an pounced in the arttel Tief will be three partig to the fritt as follows R 0 oWitt 0 Ensorand L T Browne ThW men are an y nJ yprabl IT- i Su uYrr VI11f I t or E f t one are our that ure that ij F J iisi i at presentfWorkiBg for tue tnJr ttii fMrffr ll ftair4rt + 4 a short distance below i townT r ta He win sell out his fglterests to ep age in Lhii t r terprise F y LEACHMAN Tha pcii ilPLof laac Saturdays TjoBitTillaV 1 Post contained excellent Haiti 3 ftoae pictures of Miiwtii Mtrcii t ttll and Eliza 00th Leach man cbaroH ft i lug daughters of If anil Mfi t S W H Leachman of this con yv TV r ir The Misses fieachman have b isii 5ii it visiting their sister Wrs lWgk D Martin in Louwvijli itfe winter They rink agtbj most blautif pi young4l iawli gpr 4 l the state 1t t i J JUDGE JTauRMA s CITAWJE The Lebanon Falcon last itfc 1 says ID h fs charge to the Grand Jury Judge Thiirmspiat tAhii J t remarks under six hdi Ph 1 first waj selling cigarMi iNvf J eriat and cigarettrl to aiiMrsf second selling liquor to miripi 5f inebriates or persons ic tfe babifc i J ofgettingdrunk and filliffy fG f 6 Sunday and without taetMe t third seining dynaBltioj tr poisoning fish foHrth earrjftBg trconcealed weapons or niUiii to i 4 a minor a deadly weapon fiiJth t work on Sunday six h abusive fjlanguage Beput special 8iupon each of theM subjicU all J declared that if these prUcsrJ faults were remedied thk e NBV r munity would have liUte oaawis tf to complain of the bud acts ofittiP citizens He urged ttot jjury W make a carefiil iaveatifiUMm and and do tbeirdu f by r tiuriu o aa j indictment afaioat every guilty man at the SlIM UBM aararinic them that thfllaw wowM be tf j f plied toall partita alike regard of theiri positiott bstcM1 yr ISS iv1 rtIJti tDIED IN 1d1 G MclMroy ot Litis pfe lriife ceived word ljast week 1bB i i4S death Jtst Elaic tio iifer iflt brotherylDr A Jy Jrirte Dr Irvine weJit to Alsri ttq Kentucky twenty Wjiji 4and was a romiMRctiJ of I b tldt remahHn41qltW J argo lrVrQ family D 1 J NEW PASTORTIM Ob 1 Church rthiyheervIceof if T WJ ten QttAnca as hlrpastbr Esv Walcten wrtl iIiIhis first Mryioe oo 5Q M30 d Sunday iu teenauyoSalw able preacher rn i 1mb ii oA- willduubikfw prove pui pne and willb ljftffl the church 4 a q ThefiraoEJ Coi at Libeyhavf Fred Jirioni la twIaid fl artl rfqujtteckto Ssnd s ttl t oeet the idbiki4iea must ieie4tltJf2cK J PkiLon 00iIO Ji cEIt4LdYiAlwsvst J 1 rr L w I r 1 t II NtwsllAI J r VYIIIVlY f AYiAPtIN ADVANCE e k 5FHIKCF1ELD KY LDAVION Jr ItAxtIus= i fI tMa10r b4lIS ieUcc1ii eper f Jcitk piUUc1tti1 epoerIIM J wMki MW at Owrat3 bet cash LpMe i1l ery of goOlStIWtli etrcs Mr Aad pee1utea of relpect iP ttrXftl f 9lMitrtee 500 cMtT l JI Oee d i iti MUMOATTEBRUAEY 2t 190S n ry latest from the Bur Ley26bCcO Growers Co is hat 7 resident Hawkins announces k 4i ten millions ofat the required V jl1 Mdiliave been subscribed and thta soon as seine details in the contracts with the capitalists I fcan be arranged the Company will be ready to receive tobacco ti President Roosevelts attitude towards throwing safeguard about the actions of the milroad T companies in the matter of rats J i and oth r things is meetinir with almost universal approval Even the Kentucky Legislature has alppted a resolution endorsing the positionJ of theItPresident in the matter of extending the pow ers ofthe Interstate Icommqrc CommiwJori Slow progress is being made i 1 towards settling the Capitol site ThejJoint Conference Cpmmittee of the Kentucky Legislature agreed uponcertain changes to Kbemadeinfihe Wells bill the I principle of which is provision for the purchase 61 an additional block for the enlargement the Bunt site for the Dew Capitol Anadditional 20000 will be re quired for this purpose making thetotal au horized expenditure for the site 60000 It is probablethat Gov Beck Ioitbam will be requested to send troops to Breathitt county with officers from Fayette who have warrants to serve Oh the Harg iaes Ci 1ahLts aid company to answer indictments brought in thellatter county The Hargise t rind Callahan are contesting the jjurisdiction of Fay tte county J officers and the case is being argued before the Court of Appeals h now In case the Jackson feud 4 leaders fail to carry their point fi t anjattemptti lake them toLexing ton to answer will be at once made Hal tD Avoid riiua We have never heard ofa single instance of a cold resulting in Pneu monia or other lung tronble when Foley Honey and Tar bas been taken It not only stops the congb but heajs an4 strength ns the Innpe- N Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and + refuse any substitute offered Dr C j Bisbop of Agnew Mich lit sIhave used Foleys Honey and Tar in l three very severe cases of pneumonia ottiigood results lin every case For Lleby WoodrWells Jf 4 I LETTER LIST Remaitong unclaimed in the 1t Springfield postofflce for week e dins Feb 1 1905 1GEnge Claude Greene IaiussJ Lee Spalding f MisiLittar Summers Tom Sun t Adolphus Watson Persons caning ror tnese letter will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waiters PM TUJllte System For liyer troubles and constipation there is nothing better than De Witts LlaittI Early Risers the famous little tPiMlXla Yclo not weaken the atom itch Their action upon the system is wild pleat atM harmless Sold b7ll drui + j tNJICe 3 i Anj formation as to the wbrcabo of theKiy hU Tern par iwitbrm intehHingi the Ill WtemgiB to tbelaUDri i NH will egrateIuly ie 4 w the laMer JtJ TSMa4es t6pringfield Ky r r u HWiI to ff6 VCHw oaaoa fiflWW WWiN nrofumtiiI I UNews From The County 3tt I H iMHln Aoioni the County People II as Rftpor ted by our Correspondents Mi MM WiB fl W C WM 5 WWS Valley Hill James Mown visited iW T Beam Thursday Miss Nanriie Lewis visited Miss Grace Lair last week Mhs Pearl Goatley visited friends near here Monday Thomas Reed and family spent- Sundaywith Mrs J D Shefaaii- Boru to the wife of Will Snider 4 12lb daughter on the 23rd WFfMorain is confined to his bed with a severe attack of la grippe Charley Lewis sold to R B Walker a bunch of shoats at 390 per cwt S P Derringer and wife of Springfield were in ourmidsl Saturday James Moran sold somebrgh um to Sabe Hardin at 75 cents per shock We had another snow last week Which mad one wore than the contracti Willie Moran Jr who was quite ill last weekis convalescent at this wjjting Miss Miranda Tucker visited her brotheron Tucker Heights Saturday and Sunday- N isses Virginia and JNetlie El Hbtt visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs M D Reed lust week Misslmogene Goatley returned to her home Sunday after a brief Visit with the Misses Ularkson of the Science Hall neighborhood Charlie Miller of near Love Ridge was in our midstlast week looking for a reliable farm band He failed to ficd one in our Vicinity W T Beam lost several fine lambs during the severe cold spell of last week JC Pile also lost one young c 1fby freezing Misses Della and Lydia Virgin of near Maud passed through our neighborhood Sunday retur niog home after a pleasant visit o the Misses Edgerton of Hills boroLet us hear horn some of the correspODdehts oh good rpadsI one of them did manage to sjy we beeded a rock crusher and that was all but not enough by any meats Among those who are on the sick list are Wallace Seay Oak gripGoebtlfey pneumonia Earnest Goatley cojd Johnny Pile cold The Willisburg corre sponde 1t- is certainly right when he says ha would not leave old Kentucky to go to a colder state but 1 would like to leave loru warmer state if possible Miss Lair returned to her home in Louisville Sunday after a winters visit to her sister Mrs T C Tat m of this place She made many friends while here Who regret her lea lug W T Beam has the great mis fortune of losing her health which has been goud torsevpral yes We sincerey hope that he will soon regain his natural ntalli and be able to resume hIs work as usuall Jessie Mann had quite a tear up in our village one day last week while returning from town His horse became unmanageable and kicked out the shafts and single tree leaving him with a horseless carriage The many friends of Mr Jet son LydJaue regret to hear of hs sudden death He was a well knovnyoang man of sterling character and will be a loss to the cortimunity We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved relatives Otis Settle of near Booker hap accepted a position with Ham Pile as blacksmith at our local shop Boh youing men are able smiths and should receive much work from far and near Any one wishing anir kind of home made toys can apply to them espectally whirligigs and tops Your correspondent and brother had a hrillinf encounter with mice one day last week but after killing 39 and running the remaining 19 a elope race to their rendezvous they again remod drd the furraen thai bbr and ex peel to haye anjther mouse kill ingsoon AfioehorseblongmgtoM D Reed got under he troughone night last week Jind when found was chilled so that iit rendered it necessary to get aid before he could be raided Several men came and with the aid of a block and tackle the horse was soon on his feetbut could not stand for quite awhile wlhout aid We rather think it would be advisable for the flillsboro cor respondent to watch the fair daughters of his lovely land For if we are noji easily Deceived one of our young men who has announced himself as a candi date for matrimony subject to the action of th0 young lady 01 ladies of the HiHsboro neighbor hood is thinking of setting thfe election date rather early this year and it may be that someof the girls will sell outt and Lilac had better watch out UNO Willisburp hDr W W Hyat was inSpring field several day last week on business Messrs Ormsjby Shewmaker and Dudley Sutherland of Hills boro passed through our town last Saturday enrpute to Sparrow Ky T irs McChordi of Lebiron and RoB rdsof prin field were called to see C K Cheat ham and Turner Scruggs both of wI om are cotifined to thjeir rooms We are sorry to report them no better at this writing We are glad to llearn from the Hillsboro correspondent that Mr Thos Prather has been surcess ful in scuring tthe fall school at this place If the trusees are as careful in selecting an assistant as hey have been in the prin cipal we certainly will 1tave a good school at this place MrsRobert Mcllvoy nt st Wednesday with her daughter at Glens qreek Mrs Lizzie McMillan and sonar visiting in JMackville this week John and James Mcllvoy were in Lawrenceburg on business last week We were glad tbseeJ C Burns ana John iieatham or Law renceburg in our jmidst last week I Fred D Suthprland one of Ourpopular young man has gone to Springfield to attend school Fred is a very oright young man and we wish him SUCOPSS in all lines of his schpof work Messrs Will Mofflu Ezra Gibbs and JObn GMass of Glens boro were guest of W S Gibbs llast week Miss Jessie Noel of Hillsboro soent list week vith Missi Lula Pinkston IK Qui eaiiJmber of young pec pie from ibis plaqe attended the ovster supper gh en at Brooks IlIe on latSaturday night The fOrtthe Table Supplies When you are short of grocery sup plies we want you to telephone us If you are in a hurry tell us that and well show you how promptly we can respond All the seasons good things fresh and reasonable Just now FINE COFFEES H That I wish to especially call g attention to Here are a few leading brands Old Kentucky at 25c per pound Costp Rica at lc per pound 9 ilitoaf I c per pound JFJ f 2 Lion 2 packages for 25c Golden Rio green at 20c Sold in Springfield only by Very i Fine melL t V T llime McElroy t t JtJoe Noel and Turner ColYin in giving their assistance in the good work NFENW1CK Misses Ella andEmma Adams theirbrotherl i returnedhonie hirsofrom furj750Miss Minnie Barker and Wal ter Adams were vsiting in Leba andSunday visitingrelahes returnedhomefrom attending school The tobacco growers in our community are very much pleas ed with the prospect of the Grow readytotheGrbwers ytotoAvisitingatMiss Anna Logsdon and Lon zie Barker spent Saturday night WIllNalleyMiss Mattie Begley has return home atUeIEd Litsey of Pleasant Grow SuidayOscarwas in our town Suadar preachhereMiss Alma Fenwick is visIting CanaryChivisitingatMisses Verna and Lena Rogers hurthtO Village today is snowed enoughwood poethassniwbutsnow six inches deep donV feel that allBut rier to deliver the ourdOrs tobeMiss Ethel Walston of Leba ofJWm Jeffres bought some corn of W M Mobley at 12 50 pet bbl SpringfieldSaturday The Literary Socrety of this schoolhouseFriday was arranged and was well pre sented RobprtMayeiand Sunday C W Oder was in Springfielvl one day last week on business Ilardhsty Schoolhouse T C Montgomery and wife have maven in the Toll house on the S G Hardesty farm MissDella Virgin spent Tues OllieGraySeveral from here attended the funeral of Mr JoLson Lyddane at Ml Zion Sunday Miss Sallie Trent of Pleas 1nt Grove is visiting her sister Mrs Mary Crow Frank Montgomery visited nis sister Mrs Ida Teiternear Bar lodsburg last week Miss Ollie Parish pave the nightlastt a gocd times Miss Delia Virgin closed her school at PolIO last Friday f H Gray anJ wife spent Friday andiSourday with DtiSutherland near ChapHn Miss Nora Goodletcontinuos to visit friends in Mercer county- R L Gray started to school in town Monday Tho tobaccc growers are very much helpd up over the news that the goMtstofstripping i The Literary Society will meet at the schoblhouse Thursday night They are to have a muck trial 1Fredericksfown Miss Grace Sisco is visiting at Mrs Connors MrjLanK Bowling and Robert Naily of Athertonsville were l here last week Mrs Logan Cecil has returned home after a visit to her father in Alton III lMr and Mrs Lucian Porter have gone to housekeeping in the Cecil property t Jim Montgomery has moved la his f mizy to Nelson county r The marriage of Miss Prudie Nully and Charles Willett was solemnized at nuptial high mass at this place Tuesday morning J Democratic Candidates The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au gust 6th f904z They are to be voted for ai the regular election J November 1905 For euntyJudg B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County ClerkWe F Booker Repstnttive W D Claybrooke For Sheriff J S Osbonrne Sun ofSchoolsJ W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Corqner J M Montgomery Falber Pietres officiatiog The bride was beautifully vgowned in white while the groom wore the conventional bsck After the ceremony the bride and groom repairedtopar ents where an elegant dinner was served Mr and Mrs Wil 1ett willo to housekeeping near Springneld Mr and Mrs Robert Mont gomery Will move to this place propbySam Nally fond Tom Mclntire are OQthet sick list v Mackville yBrownMercer county Oscar Sweeney has returned from Stanford where he has been visiting his Uncle Milton Mr and Mrs Eskel Graham are at home with her parents for a few days tlleSaucestreet and will move there as soon astbe weather will permit Berry Sbewmaker bought a nice black horse from J B Lester price 150 pleasantmlnv frlendsn the STJjh She received allreportaW B Hatchetfbouffht a bunch of hogs from 11 Carpenter for 415 per hundred Mra d neeFosterSaturday The trustees of the public school have bought the high stookholdersRevHW Peeples former pastor of the Methodist church iis here shaking hands with his sUeligbtedhear him preach on Wednesday pqpularwithpastorandpreaching improving sleigningand themaregottentopaper as there are so many correspondent now and all write good letters Miss Aleen Brown has return edliotne from Frankfort where andMrsA Texas Born to the wife of Ricliard Ward on the 2Gth a boy J Mss Effie Kimberlm of this sisterMISNatJohn D Peterson and wife yisi atGreenMiss Ida W Claybrooke of your town visited her parents at tnis place Monday night- C F Cocorqugh r andwife and visitIingMiss Lucy Robinson who has been the pleasant visitor at the the home of her sister Mrs D A Crosby for several w eks has returned to Ler home in Louisville John I Goode and son wire in Louisville Wednesday with to bacco R Coranougher who ha been very sick iis much better Sum Hayes is quite side at the home of his brother Robert Hayes Rev J W Campbell is con ducting a meeting in Indiana 1linwith gooj ice during 1tbe last cold spell MJr John WUiace and wifu of Springfield were visitors at the home of Mr andMrs Clay Bradyl Sunday 9 bottoms Store 0John Russell sold a crop of jlobaccbto the Continental Corn pany at 91 cents TylerIntermentJG rave yard eyeJteJtaoedvery delghtful manner last iThursday evening Charles Milton bought of J H Bottom one milk cow price 25 Miss Jennie Lit ey closed a very successful school af tie or J4YtJJ Graves school house Friday She gave universal satisfaction and we hope the same success will follow her to hep next school Take Carpenter and Miss Flo tie Russell eloped to Danville last Saturday and were marrud Brother Brewer fUled his regular appointment at Bethel Sun day There was a large crowd considering the day Miss Mai vina Wycoff and Julia Arnold of Mackville were the GeorgeMayelast Henry lslau has recently moIed in the house occupied by Will ughirhaSmovedto purchased from Wood Isham MOORESV1LLE Mrs Ida Pile has lagrippe Mr Jeff Smith has recovered from au attack of agrippeJ Mrs I M Wale and charming daughter Letfa were m shopingl Mr Baily Pinkerston was in Louisville last Saturday on buai ness The stock pen at 1Jooker has been rebuilt W 0 Ellis was oveVta Wool lawn Friday in the inlerestof the Nqraery He had great sue cess c Winter is still with us All of the ice houses have been filled Miss Minnie Mayileld went to Lebanon last Tuesday to be operated on for sarcoma She is doing fairly well MrsMaggie Poffet of Louis ville and Mrs Mattie Cellman of Bards town was in attendance ai Jetsan Lyddane funeral Death iis sad but the Saddest death that has happened in our midst for some lime pasi was that of Jetsan Ljddane which occured Saturday morning at half past three The immediate cause of his death was galloping consumption which was the dregs Of a speil pi typhoid fever which he had last August and ipneunomia in N verabar whch brought on consumption He was the only son of P A Lyd dane ftnd wife He leaves besi des his parents five sisters and a wife besides a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his uniimeleydea h He was in terired at Mt Zion the following day ofier appropjate services by- Re Maxwell The health and fragrance acd Htrengrth of the great pine forest are condensed in Pineulesa new discovery put Ppmin a now way A cure for all Kidney Blood and Bladder diseases Backache Lumbago and ever form cf Rheumatism Finenles rid the system of impurities Sold by Haydons Phar macy USELESS ORNAMENTS Do UaIIt is to be remembered says House Bcnutlf ill that the law of the universe is that nothing Is obtained for nothing Chpap things are usually bad things If one Is expert very diligent very kejju one may pick up bargains an tiques well made and once tar from jcheap reproductions ns good as toe originals adaptations like old ginger Jars or snuff jars for lamps and vases bUt this calls for expenditure expend Ituro of titpc of brains or of skill if not of money It Is safe to say that In nil homes of ordinary size If the neccssat objects nr0 well selected of proper size ad al tractive design and color no other crt nanicnts are needed In most houses the addition to these necessary articles qf others not necessary Isn distinct disadvantnge Whcrc nll object has no possible use It must bo perfect artistically tq Justi fy its being How many of us can affon to hare about us on our mantels and in our cabinets such creations The collector buys a jar because Its peach blow color la the nirest in tile world because the decoration needs a microscope to bring it out lIe buys an Ivory for the minuteness bf the Carving a snuffbox for the gorgeous inlay of rare enamels nil this is right enough but why should we spend our money for frivolous imitations which will not bear close scrutiny and which merely clutter our LouceA few years ago the mantels were u mass of cubby holes and baby shclvw On each of these one was supposed to stand a little jar or other piece Of bricabrac knlckknacks Indeed objects of small value Most of our houses an too full even if all the objects arc reallj worthy HOME DUTIES Every Member of the Fnnilly Slionli Do IMul tier Share Evjsry member of the family should hnvein feellup of responsibility about the dare pf the home A bag or hum per for sojletl clothes should be In the bathtoom In jpveiy closet and the men and bcs should be asked to put their soiled bandkcrchlefs there in ste id of throwing them on the floor Tejl them too that when untying a bundle the good pieces of paper must be ipiit awny on the shelf reserved that purpose and that If they do torII do It someone else will have to do fortbcui Also let them learn to roll up bOOt pieces of string and put them n the string box ou tiiesheif with the wrapping paper Let them put tofu pieces of paper In the fire or In the gal1j base can Instead qf tthrowing them on the noor for someone else to pickup la tact let nfl remombor the ojld say- Ing pIneO for everything ad every thing In Its place Maxtfelia Talha Dtnnlga = c Iif t MEAT Jr CUXo kCG pr IIt l i 1 r filL beeves beef arcl sheep hides tallow and good butter f ti H UooOO Telephone 95 l SPRINGFIELD rY J 1 JOHN SHUCK MCELROY G C WHR Chi IS Real Estate Agents I r fire Life and Tornado Jasur ce Land Sold on 6qinnlissiCD v Qffice over Peoples Bank VPhone r Tile first Natioal Bank Jr I SPRINGFIELD Jt ii II- t I G JPilIS30 OO 8 Surplus and Undivided Prefilsf 23OOO- V j J 111 t8 OFPIC1RSB I LUsey President JdhnW tTwlt Vice re sIdenl II 8 A McBhyj Cashier LB Cain Assistant Cashier R E S in8 Foster BookKeeper SHl8 li t t l t We grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your bunEi p 1 lness respectfully solicited 0 I toooo S4Y SS MOO t r Crowded Rooms Order Is a beautiful thing In the house but as a vrriior In a recent magazine points out it is not ahvars iderstood properly She says The o der that makes for restfulness and KT comfort Is vital it cannot In crowded rooms Furniture is cIstI tb be used nOd books are made read If the disarranging of a room 110 misplacing of ix book upsets the orI der something Is wrong and that something is thr crowded condition Get rlcJot the superfluous Most rooms have too many iieces of furniture and nil rooms have too many thlngS Food tqr the Baby Our baby Is jow two yertrs old IS the perfect picture of health nmI has never catnu candy rich calce meatS For Ureukfast he has some kind of breakfast food cocoat toast and fruit for dinner soup poached dgg or baked potato milk and a simple dress- Ing such ns rice tapioca prunes bak ed apple or custard and for supper bread and milk He Is a great coin fort to us because a healthy baby Is always a good baby Home Science Magazine An Arm Cntoff Weapons Some Idea of tjjo vast quantlfl of discarded war material thrown upon the general market by the successive ibanrrc in aijjnnment adopted by the vnrloiu trcat powers may be gathered trout the Ihts of arms now ofTered for sale from this cause by the Italian government The list includes gwOOO rifles adopted so recently nsflS lf with 43000000 cartridges l2oonine1 und ers and sevenpounder guns with 200000 shells and 170 sevenpounder mountain guns with 17COO shells A JVliieauiiie sonp A wholesome soup Slice several large onions and fry either In lard or In clarified drippings until soft null ten der but not Llrtckcaed To this stir In three tabiospoonfuls of thor Until fair ly well cooked siUl Jhcn ittld a pint ot boiling water ninyik constantly until smooth then add three already boilland mashed pot itpei mixed In a lInt- of hot scalded saijk Add snit and pepper to the mixture nfpotafo and onion ind aftr It aft Ircanip very hot strain mill see A Iitth pir er shojld be tJ t i Oil BLACK POULTRY MEDICINE Stock anti poultry haVe few troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Mcdi clue is a bowel nail liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser may buya 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from hIsdealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers gener ally keep BlackDraught Stockand Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can t the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tents Jlocnnujj Jan 1902 BlckDranght Stock and Poultry Medicine the best I ever tried Our stock was looking bad when ygaosnt me the medlclno and now they are getting so flue They riookinIS Mrtwt better 8 P BROOKIN3TOM BEES Laxative r 1- i IIi JSPRINCFIELDI psIt1 rtMcUroyWhirton Insurance l 1t DRAUGHTSTOCK HONEYArnTARAA Cough Lung and Broichitl Remedies Cure Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels Pleasant to the taste and good alike for Young and Old PREPARED BY null MdIclie Ci CWcipI34A Sold at Haydons Pharmacy l HER DAINTY SOUPS WlfeM Experience aallComment That Pointi a ilors1 PArent men funny said the little bride who whs T arnjug hoW to cook Here is a whole panful of soup stock that has got tObe tliror nt but just because of a form of mental inaijf tJii that has afflicked john since he saw It JYhytve lived for weeks antil ecU on this very stock or someJust Il6e It You know one of the things jearncfil at booking school was how to inaka soup stock So tiio very tlay we canto back from the hoaeymoan I made ni a quantify of it jywVpufc It Jn tim re frigerator John nkesl soup so we eohx1mtt dInner WJUt It every day It was awfully cnjy just to take 3a few spoonfuls of the stock and season it one day with tomatoes the next day with peas the next day wiltirceeryi nnd so on John ate it as ihpugh ho were famished and fomplimented mo sp that r finally took out my bowl ot stock and showed hUll low I made it i Whatf ffij said Te been ClbJgwthe very same soup every lay and thought iiwas getting infmite varjetyl Y suppose he lung at me 4you fsncy a soup by spy other name would seeia ns tasty I thought there was an aw ful resemblance betwqeni those dally portloiis of liquid refreshment Why t ItsJust like those cheap perfuiaes titaf tIer make all In one big bqllcraijOi po rlnto different Bunpefl bottles onclL label wlthdifferent nrfnies f And front that day to this finished t the djappolnted btJdehe has looked f Upon lay soups with suspicion and my cooking wfth contempt Jly dear said the cxppilenced uonscKevpcr uuy you wilt learn thai what a mnn doesnt know wont hurt him and that It la only when the domestic wheels revolve In Jhe dark and he cant see them go rpvind that I he appreciates your housekeeping Tell lug a man lion you do things jut as dlslihaloulzlug as giving him ii f tiehlud the scenes at the comiciopc New York Press I LAUNDRY tINES t JEmbroidered dresses must beIronetf on the wrong Side f If nohrtist balrplns are used to fan ten them dow curtains caubi as ncb j ly dried on a good thlclk ferasa plot as In regular 1ctcl crs v When washing white or cpJgrcd rib bond add one teasponfuFot inethyjat ed spirits to a pint of cold water rhlJJe the ribbbU tbrotjgb and Itwlljr look quite new A little bora added to the water In whlcb Tiandkef1gbefO are rliicefl nylH give them a slight stiffness jrlOiwCj making them so lasrcamfortabl to the 7 Bostrils rts does regnlar1 starclip Always keep a small board gprlmlt jl with salt and water tbasdip JrM tlug Itthe4rQatse4twoth- ree times over tkuit op the bcfii the rxingbiiesa jjftefc aotlcwibJe wfc has been uQd for leoftUi OtIW be reioved JrwftC rr- s cni la J 2 I t 7 T 0JllNtWSLADtI t I IURTTIUXDAY I iPHAWIN ADVANCES r1 PNQFIELDKYLDAVISON f tZ3tTSR j 4JI 1 fisy WartfS V Ij j 1 Site swting in last weeks j ftepivthat late Simpson of UM East Tennessee TelephPrierj 1 rw pansy had made mary friends i lys iCay in this city vte iRarnea tpat tfetold tl1 eiact truth and that many of tbfee friends are now inpuniihg bisddea departure forqther Heidi of eifcdeavojv It ii said i ka the auditor of the company came to this city to check tip his account before transferring the exchange loathe new manager Vbfriiiicov rcd that Simpson was Shtfrt over 200760 In addition tto this shorfajee it has been learned since his departure that t V la c ki indebted to nearly every fewm watr in the cityi for bpr rowed Mpney und that tbe tota- laant borrowed from these ire4swU1 amount to several hundred dollars1i4ssevera debts ranging laora fWe or six dol lar tPs inuc as Qnehun dred dollars to one Individual Sii c6ffitprsincluded linemen working for the cdmfbany mer charity livtrymep saloonkeep j ers hotel men and professional pen It is lOf reported that he has gone to his home in Tennes see fpx the purpose of raising money with which to pay these- debtsand it1stQ be hoped that he m iy succeed Anderson j News S100 Rff ari SiOll tThereadRrsoMliis paper paper will be pleased to learn thaV there is at least one Dreaded disease that science eb has been able totiurc iu all its stage and that Is Catarrh Halls OHtarth Care Is thi oVy positive ere uoy known to the tnehIca1fraternity Ca 4 larch fcMnjjacpnstltational disease re qujres a7 constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Oure is taken intern rally acting directly upon the blqod and roncons surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the diseaXe and giving the patient Atrcnttli ybailding up the constitu tion and assiiting nature xi doing its work The proprietors have so much faith iolu curative powers that theytl offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to core sVpd for list of tstinion1a1sff Address F J CHEN vCb Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 7Sc Tak Hall 6 Faimav Pills for constipation J BecsLaxative Hneyand Tar isa improvefeientover ill Cough Lung in and Bronchial remedies It acts on tbett bowels drives the cold out of thysbtern curesCroap whooping trough wards DIE pneumonia and strengthens 000 thelungs Bees laxative Honey and hj Tans the best Cough Syrup for child ten Ta ties good Sold by Haydons I Pharmacy f- tlhatllectltcllne f i MrC D Thompson sbeensc in correspondence with MrSDa Isom of Burgin in regard toJ ttie proposed electric jine from Burgin via Harrodsburg through Pertyville Spr ngfield Lebanon and Columbiu to Creelsboro on j the CUlIJbe land river The im pcxriancQ of such a line can hfirb 11m Estimated and our citizens cannot make tOLl much effort to I guarantee the success of the en- ierprise Toe enterprise is los tared by Mr Azbell president of the Lebanjn Inierburban Railway Company backed by eastern capitalis s Mr Azbell Will be here in a short time to 7 look the situation over Mr 0 D Tnompson and Messrs Rue Carry some time since enxleaviir 1eltojget ah option on Brojklyn tjndge and hajd they been suc cesefut they would then have pushed the matter of bui1dina lie from Lexington to Burgin and on to HarrodsUyrg Danville dQlhfipoints could have CCDI nected with us and saved thej big expence of building a bridge acaoss Kentucky river Brook- lyji bridge cost 72OUO tcan now be bought at a very low tiure Harrodsburg Herald F3iiei All efforts have faired to find a better rpmedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than oleys Honey and Tar Itfatops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold J NPattarson Nashua Iowa writes Last vinter I bad a bad cold on n- ttig l and tried at least half a dozen 4dvVctised cough medicines and had a ireatvcnt from two physciaus without felling any benefit A friead rec o w n led Fuleyd Honey add Tar and tjir tWrdsbs p bottle cured me I writtactjreatest cough and lung jM4lciein tile world1 For sale by wd Wells iat TkIi ltbeThrDa MmIt114I after taking One Minute 5Cough ars that tickling iii the throat is gone Iticti in thethroatnat the toinaei Hriile3KOo for hU1 flreu Sold by all druirf Hrt 1NDIGTEO THEM Harris and Others of Jackson In i dc1I9PaycttcDourta y tA special from Lexfngtoh Ey says Senator Alex vHargis Judge James Hargis Elbert Har gis Sheriff Ed Caliban and Tease Spicer were iindicted last week granddtp brjng about the death of James jQockrill who was shot iin Jack lop Breatbilt count July 21 1902 Bill Britton is being tried hereon the charge 6f murdering Cock hi r The indictments were found here after the Breathitt county grand jury failedta indict under anod English law which the Court of Appeals recently sus tamed By ths law an ndict ment can be brought either in the county where a crime ia begun or whereit1sonsumrntcd Cockrill was shotin Jackson and brought here to the Good Sam arjtan Hospital where hedied a few hours after his arrival Last week sveral witnesses were summoned and appeared before tne grand jury here which had been np31eled to Icok into the crimes c committedby Ed Pi orsall who is in the Louisville jail Judge Watts Parker instructed f the jury that while they had been impaneled to investigate the Piersall affairs they were to also bring indictments against othet Jawbreakers The result of their investigations in the Cockrill murder case was that tru bills were found against the five reathitt ounty1t men named above Col John R Allen Common wealths Attorney who is assist in prosecutionjof Brittonby A Floyd Byrd Chad es J Bronston andB B Jewett made the statement in open court that the prosecution was in possession of evi cfence that the defence bad spir ited away Charle Bobbins an important witnes for the prosecution Bench warrantshave been issued and a special bailiff served themTuesdav The Hargis bro wealthy and prominent in politics Judge flairgis Senator Hargis and Edd Callahan are de in the 100000 damage suit brought by Mrs J B Mar j cum widoW of th United States Commissioner who was assassin ated in the Jackson Courthouse May 11908 S charged that conspired to bave her bus and killed and sued for 100 damages The jury awarded er8 OQO damages against Judge lHargis and Ed Callahan They have been granted an appeal this verdict to the Court ofa Appeals r Mr3 Marcum was al o granted an appsal of the case it affected Senator Hargis and Judge B FFrench Curtis Jett nephew of the Ear gis brothers is serving a life sentence for the murder of Mar cum An appeal is pending in the of a death sentence upon Jettf imposed for the assassination of CookriU Tom White who is under life sentence for killing Marcum pending a decision of the dourt of hno lion Covingtojn for a APlealsona in Grave Trdnrt Foreseen It eels butli ill foresight to tall that when your stomachand liver are badly affected grave trouble lR ahead unless vou tale the proper mec icine for yoni disease as Mrs John A Young J jf Clay No Y did She says I hnd ncuralgi i of the lIver my heart and 1 could rot wasfakeLtd rv bad for a long Electric Bitters I found gust what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine fur weak women Sold under guarantee by C J Hajden drugs vitati SOca bOttle Which Came First The old problem of which camo first the hen or the egg found a rival in a discussion at Players Club the other day as to whfch came first writers rebders If there were no readers there would be no Esl1d Mrt phri Malone Therefore Ithe existence of writers depends upon the existence of readers and of course as the cause must be antecedent to the effect read 3rs existed before writers Yet on the ether hand if there were ho writers there could be no readers no it should appear that writers must oe antecedent to readers Another member of the club asserted that this reasonIng was much on a par with toe discov ey of Lucretius that yes wer not made to see with bjut by a f01 tuitous concurrence of ajoms sight followed as an unforeseen circumstance He argued that if eyes werje made to see with then seeing must have existed before eyes l and if seeing existed before eyes what cOuld be the use of eves Ifseeing lid not exist before ey es how could eyes be made for that which is not that is for nothing Therefore eyes wete not made to tea ubb New York Herald All1Zill Buiu lIre instantly relieved atQ per fectly healed by BuckltmsArJ nica Salve C iliveobark Jr of Norsolk Va writestril uurnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Buckleas Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without 4 scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at C J Haydori druggist Giv lonrSlomach aRcSt Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or dis eased take Kodol Dyspepsia re Itt digests what you rat and gives your your stomach a rest enable it to re cuperate take an nefir life and grow t strong again Kodol cures Spur stom ach gas bloating heart palpitation i and alt digestive disorders Sold all druggists 1 Monaco to Healllii I Kidney trouble is an insidious dan ger and many people are vltirnsof a serious malady befQre the symptoms t are recognized Foleys Kidney Cure Corrects Irregularities and strengthens- and builds up the kidneys and it shou Id be taken at the first indicjation of kidney trouble as it impoUible to have gocd health if the kidneys srO ranged Eor sale by Woods rells Is a Wonder There has been on exhibition in the show window of Mr Hi C Woods tore a pen and ink drawing by Bnulah White III young negro girl residing near Talmage whicn shows undouoted enius Tee picture was designed and exe utqd by the girl who is oniy nineteen years of age and who never tjook a less Dnorsw any one pant of draw Tne execu tion of the picture itself iis marvelous in one untrained fD art4 but to add to the work ttie de signing of it shows a tcchof genius She is y ery anxious to havorsome instruction in rrt and some of tlie good citizens here are makin an effort to gsti her into the schobll of Design iin Cin cinnati The girl comes from a family talented in that linkfor she has a sister and brother whq are expert draughtsmen tlie hater beiug especially gifted as a cartoonist Harrod bsurg Her DBfijrt POD arilYJ To cure Consttpatlon and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liveftake Little Early Riders These Fimous Little Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularit and usefulness Sold by all druggists Trust Problem New York Jan 2GA political confrence lasting three hours has been held here between Wm J Bryan and Alton B Parler1 The meeting is stated to have been arranged by Ncrmah El Mack of Buffalo a member ofj tbe Democratic National Commit tea It is stated ijy the Herald tbatj Bryan made his Views quite plain and rr ressed the belief that the West and South must have the dominant voice in the management of the Democratic national interest He predicted that withil afew years there will be greatinternal changes in both party organizations and men who now call themselves Democ rats will cmd out openly as Re publicans while professed Repub licans will declare themselves Democrats thvit the uew strength for the Democratic party will comefrom the Western white the new Republicans will at pear in the Eastern States and that the trust question will cert shadow everything else in the next campaign There was nor discussion of any financial questions Poisons in Tool sPer rps you dont know that many pain poisons originate in your bed but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will convince you Dr iUnSs New Life Pills are guar anked to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested food C Jor money back25c at Haydons drugstore fry them OCKX pOOOOCkXXXXXXObOOOOOCXXXXX XXXX OOOOOOOOOOOCXX- 0g 0 TOBACCO IS KING I81 8 ng g It is Growing in Importance and is by far the8 8 Greatest Interest of Our FarmersIi 81 U U g A Few Figures g- BoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXOOOOO ODOOOO3DODOO330Q33OD og The most important interest in Washington county by far today is the tobacco interest and the increase in the industry has been steadily growing of late years tOIincreaseterial in the nextfew years t11 come Within the last 25 years Kentucky has become the greatest tobacco State in the Union ani today could be called ranch appropriately the Tobacco State than the Blue Grass State by which latter name it is con monly known because a niuch larger number of people are engaged in growing of the weed than the grass Washington county while not the first in Kentucky to takeup the growing of Burley tobacco has been producing a fine quality of the article Twentyfive years ago there was so little tobacco grown m this county that it could hardly be reckoned on as- a crop Since then however the farmers began to experiment by growing small patches until it was soon discovered that the soil of Washington county wasp trticularly adapted to the growing of a fine quality of White Burley For a time the planting of tobacco was aimost confined to the rough hill country in the northern party of the county the hillides in that locality be oflanincite more fertile parts of the county who had heretofore been of Ed tobacco contetit to grow corn and wheat and see their cattle and sheep and hogs live and grow fat onf their fine pastures toft essentially money crop It- brought returns quickly and in cash Instead of waiting two otI growlinlohorse was salable the argued that he could devote his energies and capital toward growing tobacco crop which could be put on the market in tie fall and which invari bly brought him in good cash rec ompnsefpr his labor Today there are few farmers who do not plant tobacco or who do not furnish the ground to some tenant for planting Thousands of dollas have been invested in recent years in the building Yof barns for costs money to pre pare for growing and taking care of tobacco The question is Ire quently discussed to whether this tobacco growing industry in Kentucky is gocd thing for the State and writer jn recent is of the Breeders Gazette laments the fact that Kentucky is being given over to tobacco growing follows The bluegrass region used to be called the most beautiful coiintry in the world and it- wasa veritable aButh- ow transformed is this goodly land from what it quarter of century ago No Kentuck ian who once knew the region and felt pride in its broad acrES of rolling bluegrass knee deep in June and luxuriant the rest of the year but hang his head in shame to note the differ ence which few years of to bacco culture has made The splendid turf which vas once so common and so attractive has been exchanged in large part for plowed fields And those magI nificent woodlands which form erly added so many charms to Kentucky life those beautiful groves of oak ash and walnut which in other days glorified the landscape of so many localities slrs they too have gone the way of the earth and the green carpets beneath their shades turned under to make room for more tobacco The time has com however when the practical fax must needs put aside such sentimental considerations and u4 his ener gies in the jstrenuous chase foe the almighty dollar J3p long as tobacco is held at present prices is about the best paying crop the farmers can grow and unless he is rich enough to indulge his fancy in waving bluegrass fields and shady woodland pastures he will continue to plant the weed A FEW FIGURES Up until the year 1901 all of of the tobacco grown in this county was shipped to the Louisville tobacco breaks and any thing like accurate figures on aIIi in the tobacco production in the county from year to year every body knows and later figures will show This is the fourth season that theAmerican Tobac 1co Company has bought tobacco in the county direct from the photograph on Thos Clarksong and L shown before cutting bluegrass a that far mer a a it as a a a sue as so Ed was a a can a mer it as gihere for the three seasons past and up to present time this year will give one a fair of extent of the tobacco interests for the county The first year the ontinental Co operated at its warehouse in Springfield 1094295 pounds of tobacco for which was paid the farmers the sum of 7422063 The operating expenses that year rather the amount paid for labor in handling the to bacco was The second year Continen tal Company Pperated here it re ceived 1919020 pounds which was paid 11932626 There was paidout for handling that year 363107 The third year which was last season the Continental orthe American Tobacco Co received antishipped from hei e 223640 poundsof tobacco for which was paid 168970 12 to the farmers of the cOupty Tile sum of 4 092 50 was paid out that jear for operating expenses It is estimated that American Company handled about threefourths the total drops grown in thejolunty during those four years the other onefourth being shipped bo Louisville or handled by independent rehand llers Taking these figures it will be seen trut about 5500000 pounds will represent the toal amount of tobacco grown m this- county for the three years pre ceding yea 1004 The crop for this year isj estimated to be still larger thin any previous year on accoun of the increased acreage Although the season for shipping is generally supposed to be late otraccount of the continued drVyVeather in the fall the record shQWS that at the warehouse of American Or rbacco Co there have been re I ceived 48155 more pounds than was received to the eojrrespond ing date last year Thd buyer for American Tobacco Co Mr H M Moss says that he has bought over a million pounds so farthis season all ofwhicb hqw ever has not yet been delivered IThe Burley Tobacco Growers Co if everthr rns out favorably for thoiBffganizatioB as it now promises to do will cut a figure in the tobacco operations riot only in this county but all over the Burley district The company claims to have con tracts for between 60 and 70 percent of the tobaccocrop of the county Some of it has sUpped away owing to the delay in the carrying of the plans Jbut what had bsenlost in that way it is claimed has been made up by riew signers who have come in within past ten days Qnl the tendaypledgei The main thing which makes the 1904 crop of tobacco exceed pre1Vious tY11ortY11 pn 11othrsitation caused by the formation of the Growers Co is credited with causing the advance by for cing the Trust to pay better pri oobaccolrrhere to advance the market The farmers throughout Kentucky are thoroughly alive to the im portance of the tobacco interests and unless it is endangered by overproduction which may break prices there are gfeattYpos sibilities in tobaccoI Have you tried oni of out newspaper combination offers this IWABHIN1QN COUNTY TOSA900 FIELC This was take n a field of tobacco grown G Haydons Jarin by Dfagoo The is just time to idea the or out 254rS4Jthe the the the 1 the out the year Here area few THE NEWS LEADER weekly Courier Journal and the Southern Agri culturist all for one year 14ty THE NEWS LEADER The daily Louisville Herald and the Southern Agriculturist one year 250 the Louisville Posttdail3the NewsLeader and the Southern Agriculturist one year for 350 the Weekly Louisville Herald the New sIeader and the South ern Agriculturist one year 125 ABOUT TtXIc- rP6JeRtksfrLIkIA Certain Fubllc Questions ED1TpRIdo not pretend toij b well acquainted with the needs of purjcounty but I do say that 1 know wedo not need higher taxes at least the tax rate is to be loWer and the Board of Supervisors have raised the land as sessment to equal the forocer taxes What is the Difference hi paying 10 per cent oqi50 or 5 pr cent llOtf Is It not the samelheDwb y not instead of increasing the assessorerhU and lowering the rate per cent Just reduce tne taietlna whole itIour Goodfoags art a Ion ng that every one of us know without a doubtwe are in treat need of And another thing which has iiereen explained to the is this Why da we have a sheriff Assessor and a oar Iof Supervisorjl The supervisor ge 1200 per day whife on duty which could be put upon i our roads and the Assessor gets ta good salary WhVi dont the sheriff and his deputies attend to such affairs and stop al these expenses They could easily do it if they would just only try Then all these expenses would be taken off the tjfces or put pn ourroaddThis is what we do not see in to and would appreciate an ex ptantioxi by any one UNO I la rEIJsi A few counterfeiters have late ly been making and trying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery riot Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such peeple who seek to profit through stealing the reputatjon pf remedies which have been successfully curing disease forovejBo years A sure prelection to you is our naneph the wrapper Look for it on all Dr Kings or Bucklens remedies as aU others are mere imitations H E BUCKLEN Co Chicago lllaud Wind sor Qanada Tie Sw IJeor Jji The Salye that cures without a scar Is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Purns Bulls Bruises aud Plies disappear befote the use of this salve as snow before thp sunshine of spring1 MtssH1 M Mid ikton Thebes III says I was seriously afflicted with a fever Sore that was very painful Be Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the geauine Sold by all druggists t Keiitftckys C stly Justice A tund of 15 000 is being raised in Kentucky by popular subscription 10 defray the expenses of a new trial for Caleb Powers who was condemned to death for the part he is accused of playing in the murder of Goe bel Commenting on tile undertakings The Louisville Herald says It is a large sum that ifc asked for but it is not more than will be needed to safeguard his iinterests and those of tbq state in the matter of impanellitfg ira- partialjtiries for the trial of men on trial for their liv I under great political presaotft The cost of an appeal pt JliiCi1- JIHPWrdt9t1MUia T 1 saiiartu rIribepense of lir Powers trial rrThere are of course aaiii r people who believe tbat ttie life of Powers has beea ijtliijjfjftl ttfetted under the law but iiceift fi neiryfri4 has been gfaaiei IK 1 cannot be conte dathvia 3fact has been da7provrI i lle satisfaction of the jiaeDiWfii ll the Court of Appeals of Kea t cky In these circuisiapefts tiieexce1ve cost of jbe Uficl 1 ttOftc template mayWell Mi p tijille to 11iag few rnr t onjtrial fUir jives aiighl IUgn1It J i4yb9tng rticd bypOpu1a riptio tcSeb tJiI tlt1131st t 1theEqnally H if- ofeir m a eI4 iiUvLdalI iprovide iB QoJoih tr Owar iIi Sense wbatevcr the isaiist Istiki = It iis od matter fpi the inpi pi t whetherPowers is jnftowat cr guilty The thought tf ii much money isnecear1Jo jp0 tect him in his rights hateyer they may be is a sad corsaieMta rj upon the admipislratibi Ibf law in KentuckyrEx Bad breath belching of gas and JKWr 4 risings are an due to indigstioa Ke dot Dyspepefa Cuae is a fnrtKcute LAr Soper of Little Jt cii Ky writes usuWeftel that K 4ol Dyspepitft Cure descry es all the ooii mendation that can be gives Utlitsaved the life of our little ir1WHII she wu three years old ShekiMWir six and e hava kept it for fa u con stantly but of course she oilytatetiit ngw when anything disagfee with kern iKodbl iis the best medicbHi ia the w rld for Indigestion Dyspepia and all stomach troubles A trial tjf this greatest of all digeHaBU will Oft viace any who fitter Good fee yo ijf L er old Sold by all dragr rts t 1 La L11IJ lIiPltltI Pneumonia often follows IaGri pe bat m vcr follows the seofoeyaH- one7aEdTar ItIureahagfippraid prevests PfJaaorJia and coMznptkft- Ask for Foleys ROay and Tar and refuse any JwWUtwte ofer4 lit G Vacher of 157 Qsgeod st Chicago J writes liMy wife ad a severecast gf la three jera agor Md it left her with a terrible comgh She trkd a Bottle of Foleys Honey and Tras4 It gave Ia mediate relief A SIceat bottle euro her cough entirMy Ref Hi subsititats For sale bf Woods k Well I e rrzei ti Deatht Frank Jones a iellknoa farmer and stock raiser in the eastern section of Jefferson coun c ty was frozen to death yesterday afternoon while driving to vhi home near Mk Wasbingtoo1iiBe teen miles out on the Bardstpwrr i road The body wadiseovercL by Josephv Bryant ni was lying rrozen stiff in the wagon white the team was waking slowly Jh wardhome Jones met LbQiSVUi Moi j day to sell some hogs He lift the city Tuesday afteriooa iwl spentthe night at JbtiaiBaecWlj Seven Mile Hou e r rEi rly yesterday ffiormng fee steriedl for Mfc Washingtonv Bryant who discovered the body had reqwwK 1 tel iJqpw tomake spate parcbw 4 es fdr hun WblrJ ia CoiiMiyilki f He saw the wago approaching J and went to me4tit Times t t M t ikiiF feed and Coall Dealers L iE necessity in a community and they should be r liabte w are careful of our reputationi in that egrd = and we believe the pepple believe u- sccD2I1E Jt b 1You can tell verr little by the llook of coal how much heat it will live or howJo f j it will last The only tes of coi is the see of a ton or two And when you knows a eaI 4 you can save on tbe amount you Usr We are always glad to dbllver a ton or two tour coal on triil Jt improveson aCQuaintance likemnst things worth having 4 FEEDjv I 4Wehaye a complete stock of the best Hay Cord 04a etc tob 1J uy where We handle these goods in large quantities and therefore are able to iaik 1h i v pris1owasanYPRMERWILL1S11E i Feed by buying one of our Ohio Feed Catters It will soba py fOritle1fn t forget that we handle three of the best makes of farm wagon aker OHL HicWy eChamptnl Thr season will soon optfor vehclea Wehays lilt kindsr i McClure 8 WeiISI IL I k kPSOWERS Henry Ston MerrimanjIi I IIIIC yrIgkt 11 by II ARPZL t ROTHZLS 14 J 5 Th 1 fiuiuiiujBettfer Chut Ma cooks like 3our Germ tedta rt utarta Part tetter ttMui beIIw CLI rI4oot t ttllTtriad ptoutlToj r f ftfipii At wfrrf ViM jAatt IatIwat JTS this riJ11jettakna ortMt1 114 we Nia CUnlde Ie C 1 lJai tIN rOMIt T1w t tt we i IR Bit hat t M tbe I t Me ates to dIne td the l Mndly wordsIs Itttt is tt N1- 4ul Ckv6e t 7i1Ie t= w II vof tsheAIMl ttW perso wh wS ot it4 C a otltftt p tIIlJoe while hut bp4 I tilMIqJtrilt ttiUi tL JnTJie Jdbertf MlMi DC c xTiUfr Inft ttliit rTa t had left Tl Fflfrn for what she asked at tnaftkhi that preoccupied tone of voIce whfcfc teita wto mm that only ques ttom et Areas wlH be cjmsktere- dD Te tuwxvllJe thniifgediils shoul 7 erc In kte gneehri Gallic way JJtan DIr to exctalmed For a tfjmt Wkieli requires no excuse and nor MiO Mtk fXl er thna a mirror ite tooted wp at him innocently A Mkrorr vtT rf Hue you forgiven met ifaHI JM love with you 1 It is I am t8Wa crira that women sometimes fit was M crime she said She pI beaM the wlieels of Pauls cur dse It was a misfortune Please Jet s forget t1it it ever happened De eta wxTJUe twirled Tils neat mus faeh Swklag keenly stjier the while Te frtli1e Baldj But IwIll peberBhrdM Mt awe rJQt turned with a 11Jeto tr t Pawl tfalRk 70 kaow t ch other she I wM tre f UwHf11he had shaken lu di tile two mfff bowed They were farHgwewr berlt understood i qwere thf ki niaBes In which couM MdenaBi each other with t efM 1 y WJwre 1I Mafifcr exclaimed Mrs vl Bmb rw giu JJs always late MWbe 1 aw here reflected De ChMxvlHe Bt he did not say it MiM DekMi k4pt them waiting a feY tee and during that time Ktta gyAMf Bamkorcmgh gave a very j 1 pe 4tapay wfWqwess with the don We 1trl1IiMr She had a smile and a egra M JIaude deChauxvil1e- V grave air of sympathetic Interest In lION erto salhlrs for Paul Alexis Je WM hriffki jutd amusing guileless and very warMly wise in the same iHwitljrsiH tejfor Paul and ti match toe De CkMtixyiH within the space of tkree seceadi Paul was asked to take Mrs Sydney Bamborottck sown to dinner by the l ladykenself Yeu ami she said Ip a quiet aside to De Cbauxvllle before making her i reqwest it is the first tfine the prints dines here 1 iSh spoke In frcnch Maggie and Paul were talking together at theoth er eiid of the room De Chauxvllle bowed in slleuce At dinner 1be conversation was nec essarily general und as such Js not worth roportiug No general conversa atleu OM EMs is of much value when set down la black and white It Is not vem grammatical nowadays jo be Lfl correct J Mw note that the talk lay betwec Etta and Mde Chaux Tilfe wlw JuHl a fawfeus supply of epl gras sad brlcbt nothings delivered in rack ajgiray that they really sounded q j SwMm Etta was equal to him 1iirAes capping his sharp wit agMutlnei contenting herself with sl- Tfi laagbter Maggie Delafield seemed irauer abstracted as De Chauxville noted The girls dislike for hinr was aa iron that watered the quick of his vanity anew every time he saw her l There was BO petulance in the aver sloaf such as he had perceivedwitii cither HaaWena who were only resents a paselBg negligence or seeking to pique Ms curiosity This wqs a steady and If you will nnmaldcnly aversion irhteh Maggie conscientiously attempt ed to cooceaL 1Maggie was by turns quite silent and t rery talkative When Paul apd Etta were speaking together she never looked ajt them but Qxedly at her owii ptete at adecanter or q saltcellar When sbespokQ she addressed her re 1 marks valueless enough in themselves exclusively to the man she disliked daude de ChauxrHle grre was something amiss Jn the tty little room There were shad BWA seated around that pretty littl table beside the guests iri their pretty dresses and their black coats silent cotd shadows who ate nothing while 4 they Chl1ed the dainty food and took t1ie sweetness from the succulent dish es These shadows had crept In un I Awares la talrc their phantom places at the table and only Etta seemed able to jostle hers aside and talk it down Mte took the whole burden of the con versattou upon her pretty shoulders aall bore it through the little banquet with werrlng skill and unflinching goodkorIClaude de Chauxvllle w stor the Moment forced U assume an humblel f role because he had no choice Magjle l Delaield was passive for the time be luff becaUSe that which would make i J r active wu we more than a Iny oodI142g3e leI heart The girl bid fair to he o e those women who develop 7 r 1o4e who ripen slowly like the best tParliir the irTye to the opera hoUSe f Iho nr8 weaiettflu Etta suug little auI were Ikmt Etta had her IhoWhUi lo oojtupy her She was at the entctnl1 po4t 6t a dimcult game MM eovld mt alord to allow even a t YrfeBd to tJIIUbu the corners of to eanta ie hW I tlwT JarirWbUIt was catHy atTUiffirKtf i Paul to 11JICov1ll box aiull Stein I mett to cpto Jo wta the evoalug nld Pasi ta Etta wftM they W M eatecJB H ntow to mak yo rrcquinUie fleas myprUne iBU ter over ta nualaw Jttn smiled gr11 TC 13 dna ormmtlIn aitanercu to be anxious to make my acquaint uce She was apparently listening to the music In reality she was hurrying hack mcHtally oret half a dozen yenrs f e mitt never bad much to do with the stout German philpsopher but She ka4w enough of him to scorn the faint hope that he might have forgotten her ia4nd her iMldlvlduallty Etf lamloronglJ liad never been dlscou cerfod inh rnre1rtPi1s Incldeni came very KeatjMf bringing about the tataatropite At what time she asked is lbr nlqInYaMAtWt half past 0 It yyt sR race and Etta wonJt She hacl eniy baIt an hour De Chauxvil Was there and Maggie with her quiet honest eyes But the widow of Syd ney Ban1 pro ush made Paul ask her to be lila wife and she promised Jq give him his answer later She did It 4eeV1 lte a thousand difficulties and- 1kI4re than one accomplished it with as the orting people say plen ty to apnve4SeforeAbe door behind them was opened bjg the attendant and Karl Stftlntaeti burjy humorously 1m pertarbftblp and Impenetrable stood smiling gn ely06 the situation lIe saw Claude de Chauxvllle and before th j Frenchman had turned round the expression on Stelnmetza large nnc11Ild countenance had changed fpm the self consciousness usually preceding an Introduction 110 oijie of a dm recognition I have had the pleasure of meet ing hiadanie somewhere before I think In J8t Petei burg was it noU Etta compo PxOLflIUi siSffllng said that It was so Jjnd Introduced Mm to Jlags gle DtJ Chaiitville took the oppor tunity of leaving that young ladys side and placing himself near enough to Paul and Etta to completely frug trntc tiny further attempts at confiden tial conversation For a moment Stclnmetz end Paul were left standing together I have had a telegram said Stein metz In usslnnUWe must gfl baqli to Tver There Is cholera again When can you come Beneath his heavy mustache Paul bit his Up In three daps he answered True You will tome with me inquired Stelnmetz under cover dt the clashing music Of coursCL Stelnmetz looked at him curiously He glanced toward Etta but he said nothing CHAPTER THI HE season wore on to its perl hel1l1 a period the scientific T books advise gus of the highest clang and crash of speed and whirl of the greatest brilliancy and deepest glow pf a planets existence The business of life the pursuit of demoJltionIall the care which such matters require Amid the whirl of rout and ball and picnic race meeting polo match and what not Paul Howard Alexis stalked misunderstood distrusted an object of ridicule to some of pity to others of Impatience to all a man if it please your with a purposea purpose at the latter end of the nineteenth century when most of us having decided that there is no future take it upon our selves to despise the present Paul soon discovered that he was found out at no time a pleasant condi tion of things except Indeed when call ers are about That which Eton and Cambridge had failed to lay their flu gem upon every match making mother liad found out for herself in a week But Paul was at once too simple and too clever for matron and maid uUke too simple because he failed to under stand the inner meaning of many pleasant things that the guileless fair one said to him too clever because he- met the subtle matron with the only arm she feared a pertect honesty And when at last he obtained his answer from the coy and hesitating Etta there was no gossip in London who could put forwardr a just cause or imped went Etta gave him the answer one even Ing at the house of a mutual friend Fw 1 have my anticcr rcoUy where a multitude of guests tad as sembled ostensibly to hear certain cele brated singers apparently to whisper recriuililatioijs on their entertainers champagne Jt was a dull business except Indeed ton Paul Howard Alexis As for the lady the only lady his hon e3t simple world contained who hall 8ny1 Inwardly she may have been in trembling coy alarm in breathless blushing hesitation Outwardly she was however exceedingly composed and self possessed She bad beenls careful as ever of her toilet aslhard to pteasejas dare we say snappish with her maids The beautiful hair had no one of its aureate threads out of place The pink of her shelllike cheek was steady unruffled fair to behold Her whole demcauoirwas admirable in its well bred repose Did she love hia1 Was it In her power to love any JtiflH Xot the hutabfe chronicler not ANt mas perhapstaBd itt few wow en can essay an answer Suffice it that she accepted him In exchange for the Ittfe hi cwiU give her the position he es wwoo her tho woalth h WM to layisli upon her anaV5MrtI- m fMSttoQ is the effete old fas b loffea way the love lie lf1ueachange for these she gave him her band Thus Etta Sydney Bamborough was enabled to throw down hervcards1 at kit and win the game she had played so skillfully The widow of aa obscure IHUe foreign office clerk she might have been a baroness but IIbe put the mailer honor aside and aspired to a prince Yes says Etta allowing Paul to take her perfectly gloved band in his great steady grasp yes I have my answer ready They were alone In the plushy soil tude of an Inner conservatory between the songs of the great singers She was half afraid of this strong man for he had strange ways with himnot uncouth but unusual sand somewhat surprising In a finnlcking emotionless generation And what Is UT whispered Paul eagerly Ah what fools men nre what fools they always will bet Etta gave a little mjd looking shame facedly down at the pattern of her lace fan a lib that it be naked breathlessly Tlie nod was repeated and Paul Howard Alexis was thereby made the aapplcst man in England She half ex pected him to take her in his arms despite the temiKrary nature Of their sol itude Perhaps she halt wished it Ion behind her businesslike and exceeding ly practical appreciation of his wealth there lurked n very femiuinexcuriostty and interest in his feelings a curiosity somewhat whetted bro the manifold differences that existed between him and the society lovers with whom she had hitherto played the pretty gatn f But Paul contented himself with raising the gloved fingers to his Ups restrained by n feeling of respect tor her which she would not have understood and probably did not merit BUt she said with n sudIeu smile I take no responsibility I am not very sure that It will be a success I can only try to make you happy Good ness knows ItI shall succeed You have only to be yourself to do that he answered with loverlike promptness and a bllnOucss which is the special privilege of those happy fools Sbe gave a strange little smile But how do know that our lives will harmonise In the least I know exlstcncewhereIsin he answered honestly H expression did not change It merely fixed itself as one sees theface of a watching cat fix Itself when the llonged for mouse shows a whisker IIAh she said lightly confident In her own power thailwlll arrange I- tslf Inter I am glad J am rlcnj said Paul simply because I shall be able to give you all you want There ore many lit tie things that add ton womans com fortI shall find then out and see that Jouhuethem Are you so very rich Paul she asked with an Innocent wonder But Idont think it matters Do you I do not think that riches have much to do with jiapplness No he answered Except of course shOi snlc1Ithat one may do good with great riches She gave a little sigh as tr deplor- Ing th misfortune that hitherto her own small meanS had fallen short of the happy vpolnt at which oLe may be- gindoingod Are you so very rich Paul she repeated ns If gho was rdtber armlet Of those riches nnd mistrusted them ObI suppose soJ Horribly rich She had withdrawn her hand 810 gave It to him again with a pretty movement usually understood to indi cate bashfumess It cant be helped she said We shq dwelt upon the word ever so slightly we can perhaps do a little good with It Thensuc1lenly he blurted out all his wishesoU this pointhis quixotic nUns the foolish IImaginings of n too chival rous soul1 She listened prettily eager sweetly compassionate of the sorrows of the peasantry whom he made the object of his simple pity Her gray eyes contracted with horror when lie told her of the misery with which he tvas too familiar Her pretty lips quivered when lie told her of little children born only to starve because their mothers were starving Slip laid her gloved fingers gently on his when he recounted tales of strong mengood fathers In their simple barbarous way who were well content that the chil dren should die rather than be saved to pass a miserable existence without Joy without hope She lifted her eyes with admiration to his face when be told her what he hoped to do what he dreamed of ac complishing She even made a few eager heartfelt suggestions fitly comv ing from a womarf touched with a wo mans tenderness lightened by a wo mans sympathy and knowledge It was In Its way a tragedy the picture we are culled to look upon these newly made lovers not talking of themselves as Is the time honored habit of such Surrounded by every luxury both high born refined and wealthy both educated both Intelli gent He smple minded earnest quite absorbed in his happiness because that happiness seemed to fall in so easily with the bnslcr and as some might say the nobler side of his ambition she failing t understand his aspira tions thinking only of his wealth uti she said at length slink yo we be allowed to do all this thought that such schemes were not pncnnrrifvl n Tiiacli If 1iI to a pauperise You cannot tile peopleIt lias absolutely nothing replied Paul Of course we shall have difficulties but together think we shall be able to overcome them Etta smiled sympathetically and tIle smile finished up as It were with n gleam very Uie amusement She hat I been vouchsafed fort moment a vIsion of herself in some squalid Russian village in a hideous Russian made tweed dress dispensing the necessaries of lift to a people only little raised above the beasts of the field The vision made her smile as well It might In St pet- ersburg life might be tolerable for n little In the height of the season for a few weeks of the brilliant northern winter but in no other part of Russia could she dream of dwelling They sat and talked of their tature as lovers will knowing as little of it as any of us building up castles Int1e- air such edifices as we have nit con structed destined no doubt to the sam rapid collapse as some of us have quailed under Paul with lamentable honesty talked almost as nrcch of bin stupid peasants as of his beautiful companion which pleased her not too Well Etta with a strange persistence brought the conversation everback and back to the house In London the Jiouse in St Petersburg the great grim ealkl in the government of Tver and the princely rent roU And once on the sulijTCt of Tver Fuel could scare brought to eave it beI l am going back there he said at length Wilen she asked with a comp sure which did Infinite credit to her lmodest reserve Her lovd was jealous ly guarded It lay too deep to be dis turbed by the thought that her lover would leave her soon Tomorrow was his answer She did not speak at once Should she try the extent of her power over him Never was lover so chivalrous so respectful so sincere If it proved less powerful than she suspected she would at all events be credited with very natural aversion to parting from him Paul she said you cannot do that Not so soon I cannot let you go He flushed up to the eyes suddenly like a girl There was a little pause and the color slowly left his face Somehow that pause frightened Etta I am afraid I must go he said gravely at length Musta prince It Is on that account lie replied Then I am to conclude that you arc more devoted to your peasants than to me lip assured her to the contrary She tried oice again but nothing could move him from his decision It almost seemed as If the abrupt do parture of lien lover was iri some sense a relief to Etta Sydney Bamborough for while he loverlike was grave and earnest during the small remainder of the evening she continued to be sprightly and gay The last he saw of hrr was her smiling face at the win dow ns her carriage drove away Arrived nt the little house In upper Brook street Maggie antI Etta went In to the Drawing morn whoro biscuits and wine were set out Their maids came and took their cloaks awny leav ing them alone Paul and I are engaged said Etta suddenly She was picking the with ered flowers from her dress throw- Ing them carelessly on the table Maggie was standing with her back to her wJthjipr two hands orUbe mantelpiece She was about to twniround when sfio caught sight of her ow aoe In the mirror and that which fiojfcHT there made lien change her InteHHen I nmiiot surprised she said in on even voice standing like a statue congratulate you I think he is nice YoU also think he is too good for me said Etta with a little Inugjy There was something in that Inugli a ring of wounded vanity the wounded vanity of fl bad woman who Is In ibo presence of her superior liKoI answered Maggie slowly trac ing the veins of the marble across the mantelpiece Noo not that Etta looked up at JerIt was rather singular that she did not ask what Maggie did think CHAPTER IX HE village of Osterno lying or rather scrambling along tho T banks of the river Oster Is at no time an exhilarating spot It id a large village numbering over 100 squls as the board affixed to its first house testifleth in incomprehen sible Russian figures A soul be It known is a different object in tle land of the czars from that vague protoplasm about which our young persons think such mighty thoughts our Old uien wrlto mipji fflr inous big books A scl is namely n man Iii Russia the women buvo not yet begun to seek their rights and lose their privileges A man Is therefore n soul In Russia and as such enjoys the doubtful privilege of contributing- to the laud tnxmnd to every other tax That the Russian peasant Is by na ture one of the cheeriest th and lightest hearted of men IseQolslestI other proof of the Creators this dimly lighted soul has nothing to cheer him on his forlorn way but the memory of the last indulgence ln Strong drink apd the hope of more to Mine lIe Is harassed by a ruthless tax collector he is shut off from the 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madetlic Russhin serf a free man the biasings of freedom Lave been fount to resolve themselves chiefly into a per ffCtJIbjerty to die of starvation of cold or of dire disease When he wasa aert this man was of some small value to come one now he is of no cease qvence to any onO whatever except himself and with considerable intelll ence be srts butsmall store upon his own existence Freedom In fact to him before he was ready for itc1meII hampered ashe has been bi petty p rtmental tyranny government lect and a natural stupidity he has made very small progress toward a mental Independence All that he hat learned to do is to hate his tyrants When famine urges him he goes blind ly helplessly dumbly and tries to take by force that which Is denied by force Some day there will be in Russia a Terror but not yet Some day the mou jlk will erect unto himself a rough sort of a guillotine but not in our day Perhaps some of us who are young men now may dimly read in our dotage ol a great upleaval beside which the TerJr ror of France will be tame and un eventful Who can tell When a coun try begins to grow Its mental develop ment Is often startlingly rapid But we have to do with Russia of today and the village of Osterno in the government of Tver not a famine government mind you for these are rensaINo Tver the civilized prosperous the manufacturing center Therstreet bounded on either side by jow wooden houses is slnsularly fenotigb well plived this the traveler Is told by the tyrant Prince PcvJo who made the road because he did hot like Crtylng over ruts and through puddles the usual Russian rural thoroughfare not because Prince Pavlo wanted to give the peasants work not because he wanted to save them from starva tion not at all although In the gratifi cation of his own whim he happenej to render those trifling services but merely because he was a great barln a prince who could have anything he desired Had not the clDber barin Stein metz by name superintended the work Stelnmetz the hated the loathed the tool of the tyrant wloin they never see Ask the starost the mayor ol the village He knows the barliis and hates them Michael Roon the starosta or elder of Osterno president of the mir or vil lage council principal shopkeeper may or and only intelligent soul of the 000 probably hall Tartar blood In his veins To this strain may be attributed the narrow Tartar face the keen black eyes the short spare figure which many remember to this day although Michael Itoon has been dead these many years was late In the autumn one even Inremembered by many for Its death roll that the starosta was standing at tho door of his small shop He was apparently Idle He never sold vodka and the majority of the villagers were In one of the three thriving Inns which drove a famous trade In strong drink and weak tea It wits a very hot even Ing Tho starosta shook his head fore bodingly It was cholera weather Cholera had come to Osterno had come the starosta thought to stay It had settled dOwn In Osternot and nothing but the winter frosts Would kill It when hunger typhus would un doubt lly succeed it Therefore the starosta shook his head fit the sunset null forgot to regret tba badness of the times from a rom mends point ofvfew He had done nil he could He had notified the zemstvo of the condition of his village Ho hind made the usual appeal for help which had been forwarded in the usual way to Tver where It had ap parently been received with the usual philosophic silence But Michael Roon had also tele graphed to Karl Stelnmetz and since the dispatch of this message had the starosta dropped into the habit 61 standing at his doorway In the even Ing with his hands clasped behind hIs back Qnd his beady black eyes bent westward along the princes highroad OjVflie particular evening with which we have to do the beady eyes lqqjeU not In vain for presently tar along the road appeared a black speck like an insect crawling over the face of a mapAh said the 8tarostnuAb he neter falls I The word soon spread that a car riage Was coming along the road from Tver All the villagers came to the doors of their dilapidated wooden huts Even the Inns were emptied for a timet As the vehicle approached It apparent that the horses were going at a great pace Not qiily was the loose horSe galloping but also the pair InI the shafts Tim carriage was an open ono an ordinary north Russian travel lug carriage not unlike the vehicle we call the victoria set On high wheels Beside the driver on the box sat another servant In the open carriage sat ono man only Karl St iumatz As be passed through the village nImurmur of taauyf voices followed him not quite drowned by the rattle of hIt horscstcet1Themetz heard It distinctly It made smile with a queer expression ben himI lila great gray mustache The starosta standing In his doorS wily saw the smilp He raised his voice with his neighbors and ursclt As Stplnmctz passed him ho gave n lit jjp jerk of tho bond toward the castle The jerk of the head might have been duo to an Inequality of the road but It might also convey an appointment The keen haggard lace of Michael noon showed no sign of mutual understanding nnd the carriage rattled on through the stricken village Two hours later when it was quite c1arka closed carriage with two bright lamps flaring Into the night passed through the village toward the castle nt a gallop It Is the prince the peasants cried crouching In their low doorways It Is the prince Ve know hls bells they are gf sjvor and we shall starve dun lug the winter Curse him curse him They raised their heads and listened to the galloping feet with the patient dumb despair which is the curse of the Slavonic race Some of them crept to heir doors and looking up saw that the castle windows were ablaze with light If Paul Howard Alexis was a plain English gentleman in London hij was also a great prince Iu his country keeping up a princely stator enjoying the gilded solitude that belongs to the high born Ills English education had educed a strict sense of discipline and as lu England and indeed all through his life so In Russia did ho attempt to loHiis duty The carriage rattled up to the brll lantly lighted door which stood open and within on either side of the broad entrance hall the servants stood to welcome their master A strange picturesque motley crew tle major dome In his black coat and beside him tlieI o iw IWIP servants tall uwrlsht fcl 7c v lows In tnerr feAj Jl 1av IH them the stabl men and keepers a little army in red cloth tunics with wide trousers tucked IntQ high boots nfl hoMing their fur caps In their hands standing stiffly at attention IntelligentThelines of many Russian country seats and not a few places In Moscow The royal palace in the Kremlin Is an ex- amplea broad entrance hall at the back of which w staircase as broad stretches up to a gallery around which the dwelling rooms are situated At dlrectlytaeingdoors disclose the drawing room which gorgeousloftyare Trul this northern empire this great white land is a country in which 11noble11 retainers himselfl d head taller than I the tallest footman a few lathes broad er than the sturdiest keeper He ae qufkri uletz in evening dress wearing the insignia of one or two orders which he othlsenrUfor him aftlie head of the stairs The two men lowed gravely to eqch others Stelnmetz threw open the door Paul passed tbrowjh fjc ranks of hlsrc tnlncrr of the great room and stood aside The prince passed on and the German fol lowed him each PlnYlllihls part grave ly as men pJt are called to do Wlien tile door was closed behind them and they were alone there was no relaxation smile oft rision These men knew the RussIanI character thoroughly There Isbe It known no mdre impressionable man 6n the face of Gods earth Paul and Steinmetz had played their parts so long that llmnnecame to be nnturnJ VplgaTheytoI them were somewhat like the beast These peasants required over awing by a careful dlsplak of pomp an unrelated dignity TIm line of demarcation betwcca the noble and the peasant Is So marked in the land pf the czar that it Is difficult for others to realize or believe It QHAPTER X OR a moment Paul lookedl up F from the papers spread out cm the table before him looked with tlie preoccupied air of a nina who Is adding up something in his mind Then he returned to his occupation He had beenat this work ItjvnsSince dinner Karl SteInmetz had con sume no less than five cigars while lie had not spoken five words These two men locked ln a smallroom in tIle middle of the castle of Csterno a room with no window but which gained Its light frbrn the clear heaven by a shaft and a skylight on the roof locked in thus they had been engaged i tho nd dition of an enormous mass of figures ufs that fooj never coming asked Paul1 with nil Impatient glance at the clock I Our very dear friend the starosta replied Stelnmetz Is no slave to time Ho Is late1 The room had the appearance of sin ssquareIbea double table at which Paul and Stelnmetz were seated There were sundry stationery case and sin Alma flue or so suspended on tho walls which were gajcen panels A large RfhitQ BtQverjcoinmoa to all Russian Wjoms stood against the wall The room bad no ices than three doors With a handlejpn no one of thorn Each floor opened with a lkey llko a cup liOard The sifcncc of the room was almost oppressive A Russian village after nightfall Is thb quIetest human habita tion on earth for the inoujlk the na tlre of a country which will sonic day supply the universe with petroleum cannot afford to light up his humble abode and therefore sits In darkness Osterno was asleep the castle serv ants had long gone to rest and the great silence of Russia wrapped Iits wings over all When therefore the tushe1rdt looked up TJio sound was repeated and Stolnmetz slowly rose from his seat I can quite believe that our friend Is able to call 4 wolf or a lynx to him ho said He jloes It uncannily well r I have seen him Co so said Paul without looking up But It Is a com mon enough accomplishment among the keepers Stelnmetz had left the room before- h finished speaking One of the doors or this little room communicated with n large apartment used as a secretarys office and through this by a small stair ease with a side entrance to the castle Before ninny minutes had elapsed Ptflurnetzt cano back closelyl followed uy the ctarostn vhose black eye twin t0d and gleamed In the sudden light of the lUmp He dropped on his knees when he saw Paul suddenly objectI ly like an ttnlmnlin his dumb attitude ofdeprecationWith of lila head Paul bade him rise which tliiS man did standing back against the paneled wall placing as great a distance between himself and thO prince as tho slzo of tho room would allow Well said Paul curtly almost roughly Ubear you are In trouble In tho villngo i The chlerahi1B come exc llency1 t Many deaths V t Today eleven Paul looked up sharply And the doctor Ino has not come yet excellency I sent ion hlmn fortnight sign The Cholera is at Oseff at Doljn nt Kali htfffa It is everywhere He has 40 000 souls under his care He has to char the wnt4io to wo what Tw L pjA getabIePrepacatiozifxAs- zimi1aIii thcFoodandlleuIa MS HIMiKtN II Promotes DigestionCfcrru- nessandllestCOMains neiLt lNorfr r Jir 1IICaIt MISJIt Istr ftwl =AperfectRemeity fOr oMUpa 1ion Spur StOMachDjarrh WormsConvu1siotisFcvrjsh nesS I1dLOS8 OF Siip- PcSise ien lure of lEWYORK tII ld Ii EXACT COPY OWRAppER BOOKKEESF INCS WRITING APHV i Por a Cver the toyoa FREE Ij the year can enter at any time V E J WRIGflT ISM SUUIVAN Pre ident w O PEAK Sec Treas Q STRICTLY NOT OJHE DAIL SAtES FREE 1t 923931933333 WST MAIN i ted him Ho takc no irofice of TUOi Yes Interrupted Iaiill I know And the people themselves do they attempt to understand Itto follow out iny instructions The stjirosttt spread qnt Ills thin hands in deprecation He cringed a little as he stood Your excellency he said knows what they sire It Is slow Theyinakl no progress For them olio disease no another og iVil e Tlncr vzialthiey say God gave and God fooktf ilIe paused his black eyes flashing from one face to the other Only the Moscow doctor excellen cy lc said significantly can manage them Pad shrugged his shquldejrs He rose froui his seat glancing at Stein metz who was Iboklug on lu silence with his queer mocking smile I will go wllbyqu now he said It Jis late enough alreSdy The starostn bowed vcrrlow but he said nothing JJaul went to cupboard and took tram an 0d fur coat dragged at tho scams stained about the cuffs n dull brown doctors know the color Such stains have hanged a mat before how for they are tho marks of blood Paul put on this coat HG took a lougaoft silken scarf suclv aa Russians Ttear In winter nini wrapped it roundhia- throat qulto concealIng the lower part of his face He crauimed a fur cdti down over his Come he said y accompanie3thicm4ownstilrs hand rfllo closed the door behind them i tint ddhLOt lode When the storosta unceremoniously threw open the door of the miserable cabin belonging to VasllU ruIn Paul tap a HttlQ gasp Tbo foiflnlr pouring qut of the uolsomo den wits giicli that it seemed Impossible that humah lungs could assimilate It There were ftt least seven persons sleeping in the hut Two of them did not get up One was dead the other wits dying of cholera A heavily built man reached down from the top of thju brick stove a chca tin paraffin lamp which he handed to the stnrostn By the light of this Paul came Into the lint The Hoar was filthy as may to imagined for bojastsnnd hu man beings liVed here together Paul pusheJ his way Hot unkindly toward the earner where the two mo tionless forms lay half concealed by a mass of ragged sheepskin Here lie said this woman la dead hez qnt When will you lonrij ta be clean This boy may livei with cic Bring1 the light cbcr little uzothcr S3 it is well He will live Come dont sit crying Take nil th feo rags out and burn them Alt of you jgo put It Is a hue night You are better lu the cart shed than here Here you TuTu gi round with the stur st1 talim store lIe will give you clean blest kets They obeyed him blindly Tula ana one is daughters dragged the dead body ulch wag that QfUcry old woman cut into the night The sfarbrs td had retired to the doorway when the lamp 1ifiitUdhiS courage bav insi fallcu ThOnir vvas foul with Ibe reelt iioieniid filth antI Infec lon 4 At YRUP UIn f CASTORLI Tufants am Children The Kind You Have AlW ysBoaJbfi Bear the t t signatire xaI J it T f r1 f Chf j I1IJse For Over 1 r Thirty Year- sASTORIA i THc SMfV A BUSINESS 1EPUqATIOJ IoIl HOFrHANP ITYPE IoneaI UnitedStatesitwlhlbeiiiijlcd Sthooojena Students PRESIDEftTI 111 ADQAILEYI Manager I J 1 HOME TOBAGO fffiEflOUSEGOJi 4NDEPENPENT c cpsbmE J PROMPf RETURNS i4 MONTHS STORAGE J sTREtrSLQUISVILLEH KENTUCKY It eara it TaKci m 9 w = r LN i I I i r c t a v c a i c j s t 1llenryyjyjr va t i iIir t 1 j Ilaertt sontSot t l it tI FIF I1Euope H1 1I rW JIwii Be a fC Ii 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1650 at Campbells j Fresli fish audI oysters ever Friday atJA SqadersI We have thepuremplesyrup Hagan Bros i r r T Heinzs swe tand sour pickles for sale in bulk atHagan Bros t See our display jof Iramedpic- turesinwindow atl at Camp belts Good sausage grpiund fresh every day at Carpenters meat market Mii COLIdVALENTINESIf you wanthumorous valentines cheap can onPJ Thomas FOR RENT Two Rooms ont second floor Peoples Deposit Bank Building Fire furnished Try our Yale roasted coffee and you will use too other at Camp ells BORN To Mr and Mrs Ed Dragoo on Sunday Jan 29th a daughter 6flgoodLuther A Burns A Sew pair poots andlladies shoes at your ojvrn price almost at Campbells j I handle only the choiest meat and will give you any cut ypu call for Carpenter the bncther Can and seeour new line pf decorated d 3h sThe finest ever brought to town Hagan Bros r have 100 bushels of good r chard grass seed for sale VA Clements FOR SALE =Two good three tIyearoldGeo W Fenwick For Sale 100 bushels ot first class orchard grass seed Tele phone in home R B Cregor A carload chairs from Frank fort Chair factory coming next week Get our prices at Camp bells We will have on shortly a new blejforHeinzs apple butter preserved pine apple strawberries and cherries in bulk are the best For sale oy Bros the1 grocers Hagar The firm of Hardin Weakly is ready to do tin work plumbing etc at living prices Work fully guaranteed to give satisfaction If you warifc a good heavy shoe or a nice fire shoe the best you ever bJJgh for the money try the HamiltonBrown at P JIThomas t Drs RoBafcds and Hyatt have moved theiroffices to the flat on Main street formerly occupied by J G Mansfield which they have fitted up quite handsomely I Only a few more pairs 01 the old and end of shoes Jettlhe longer they last the faster pairfasWe lead as reliable grocers j because we keep and sell only the very best quality of bpth staple and fancy groceries Telephone us your watt Hajran Bros The half eof the tobacco field which appears in this issue is from a photograph taken by EA Cox the wellknown local Jlumberaround Springfield Wood Wells are having their drug store remodeled Additional shelving is being put in1 and other improvements made to the interior which will make it one of the most complete drugstores in the country aflMrsdence property on Doctor street i near the old Catholic churchll Mrs Simms bought the 11T0 FIGS j1 fMMM MMMIi West High street of Mrs Pius Whelan Jr The consideration in eachrase was 1500 Both families have taken possession of their new homes If you have roofing to do pr al plumbing job to put in let us have a chance at it You will be pleased at our price and with our work Hardin Weakly Co Have you taken advantage of our Big Three offers The News Leader the Southern Agricultu rist and the Weekly Louisville Herald one year 120 or the NewsLeader Southern Agricul turist and the Weekly Courier Journal one year for 140 The offers are open for a limited time only Mr Oharles L Lay and Miss Maud Adams were married yes terday about nOon at the Meth odist parsonage Rev J 0 Hos kJnson offciating The bride is- to daughter of Richard Adams Fenwick while the groom is an energetic young farmer living on Howard Martens place near town Only a few friends were present to witness the ceremony = Miss Alma A Bell daughter of Wm E Bell b f Howardstown and J Booth Carrico son 0fJ E Carrico were married at St Anns Church Jan 30th How ardstown Tjiejr attendants were Miss Rosa Boone and Eric OJarrico brother of the groom Breakfast was served at the home of the grbbm after which they left for Springfield where they will makfe their future home Eider W R Rodgers was here the first of the week in the inter est of the Childrens Home oci etyof Louisville The society iis doing a noble work tnrough the state iin finding homes for destitute children Mr Rogers says they placed over 300 chil dren in good homes last year and expect to exceed that record ihis year The people or Spring itield contributed quite freely to the cause Mr JetsonLyddane a popular young farmer of the Mooresville neighborhood died last Friday after a long illness resulting from typhoid fever and pneumo nia The death was a particu larly sad one and was much regretted by the many friends of the young man He had been married only a short tithe his wife being Miss Fannie Hays daughter of J W Haysa well known citizen of the Palm neighborhood Young Lyddane had recently purchased a home near Mooresville and had good prospects in life He was a young man of enejrgy and promise The funeral took place on last Sunday morning at Mt Zion Thomas Mclntire Dead Mr Thomas Mclntfre an old and popular farmercitizeii of the C0unty died at his home in the Mclntire neghborhood yesterday after a long illness His death was due to a complication of diseases the result of old age The deceased was 72 years of age and was a lifelong resident of the county having been engaged in farming and having lived an active and useful life IBuy your drugs here br1ngyoifpre scriptionstoufc X lKRYPTO =artilY THE ONLY INVISIBLE fcltfOCAL Doesnt make you look so old For Sale at ED M RUSSELLS Store Springfield Ky He was a man who throughout his long life time enjoyed the re spect of all with whom lie was thrown in contact on account of his integrity and upright deal ings With his fellowman Mr Mclntire is survived by hisIago George Polin Robert and Chas H Mclntire and Mrs Charles Clements all of this count The funeral will take place Fri day morning at St Rose Public Sale I will at my place a mile and ihalf from Springfield on the Bard town road on WEDNESDAY FEB 15 J 905 Beginning at 10 oclock sell to the highest bidder the following property One 12yearold mare 10 year old horse 6 yearold mare in foal 8 year old mare in foal 4year old mare in foill work mule a twoyearold fancy mare milk cow 3 vearJingstEers twohorse wagon 2 buggies and harness mower and rake plows gear and other articles Also a t lot of corn oats and hay meat lird and househodand kitchen furnitureWill at same time if npt sod privaielbeforehand offer for sale my farm containing 51 acres Terms made kpown onday of sale JC Ensor S M Campbell Auctioneer COAL REDuCED In order to wind up last years business we will offer all coal on hand at fourteen cents cash One cent added for delivery in town I We guarantee our coal to be firstclass and free of dust Per sons indebted to us are requested to call and settle at once Allen Jones PUBLIC SALE I will sell publiclji on the premises 4 mires from Bradfords ville Kyou Arbuckles pike Marion county- WEDNESDAY PEBY 151905 at 10 a m my farm of 173 34 acres On same is a twostory residence and necessary out buildings Good state Cf culti vation well watered young orchard For corn 40 acres in wheat25 acres 12 acres timber balance in grass fnot sold will rent At same time anti place will sell 25 head cattle 3 mule colts 25 hogs corn hay and fodder Terms made known on day of sale E C Clark Brad fords ville Ky Jan2G3fc Sale of Household Goods On the premises on High street on Saturday afternoon Feb 4 we will sell at public sate all of our household and kitchen furni ture consisting of bedroom suits tables chairs stoves and other articles too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Ellen and Hannah 0Gara lirA Ghest 4 Frofccfop 1 i + r 4Should be worn by every person in this community A X I Dont think that delicate people 4 are the only ones that are sub ct to colds coughs or pnefu 11Je Strong healthy persons 1 sate subject to sudden changes of weather just as well and are caught unaware X X 2C t1tDOflEL Take Any Risks 4 You can t afford to at the price we are selling our CHEST 4PROTECTORS frX X X tI w and tabon tbarmat yyjftr tfi Lfir kV Let Us Be Your Druggist is a good lime to begin and you will be ssured 11Nowtreatment the entire year Our prices you will icasonable and alike to allrWe are Proud t of our Prescription departmentiand givelt especial 4 attentiou M OurPatrons it r Show their appreciation of it and the constant 4 growth of our business ia this line is our best en c dorsement Your prescription will always be com 4 5 founded by registered pharmacist As to his com petency and reliability ask your doctor we are 4 willing ffo abide by his decision 5 3 5 Call and see us or Telephone 89nd we 4 55wIll be glad ip Comply withyour wanE 45 I j Wobd Wells T Druggists PERSONAL Mrs 1 Y Mayeswas in Louisville yesterday I Mr Will Birch of Willisburg was in toWn yesterday The little child of W P Lawrence near town is very ill Mr Jas McClure is in Indian apolis this week on business Miss Mary Finney is visiting her cousin Mrs Byron Croak Dr J B RoBards and wifs spent Wednesday in Louisville Miss Blanche Carrico of How ardstown is visititiog Miss Bertha Tong Miss Elise Durrett of Bloomfield is with her sister Mrs M W Hyatt Miss Francis Martin is out again after quite a severe attack of Ia grippe Inhn McChord Jr and Miss Mary D honey of Lebanon spent Sunday here Miss Ruby Lamptbri after a short visit home has returned to Leitcbfield Ky Mrs S J mock is visitipg tier sister Mrs Russell Thomp son in Louisville H M ONan Jr lett yester day for a trip to Danville aid other towns in the Bluegrass The young folks euchre club meets with Misses Eddie and Gertrude Shader this evening Miss Zula Campbell of Louis ville is visiting her cousins the Misses Campbell at this place SpationByron Croak Jand friends here thisweek Mrs iID Rodman of Louis yille wno was the guest of Mrs I H Thurnian last week has ire turned home Al Reassor who has baen em plojed by the Springfield Lumber Co has gone to his home in JeEfersonviile Ind Booker AlcClaskey who js at tending school atthis place spent last Saturday andSunday with his parents at Bloomfield Logan Walker the cleyer car- riEr on Rural Route1 No 1 who rc 65 To My Friends and Patrons I After being out of the c 1tt Grocery business for more 3 t determIineq C ing the Peoples Bank with C c Can SELECT entire new stock ofII A Having been g g business for so long a time Cin Sprragfield If feel that I CIn wen acquainted with the C needs of the housekeepers C of tthe town and county and have laid in a stock of staple g and fancy groceries which I C believe will please them CA cordial invitation is C tended to all to call and exjjamine my stock and g you need anything in my t Jinecallor telephone your A wants A Thanking all forpastpat A ronageand solicitingi a share J for the future I amtt A f Very Respectfully 1JQllNSHADER i WANTED 1OOOOO MINK aid- SKUNK SKINSAnd other raw furs at extremly high prices AddressA RDT INTERNATIONAL FUR MERCHANT CINCINNATI 0MIO lesumedbiWilliam Thompson whd has been in business at Pittsburg for some time iis at home visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J Will Thompson HonVW D Claybrooke was at home from Frankfort the first of the Meek The Lower House of the Legislature adjorned this week to await the action of the Senate on the Capitol bill Miss Nannie Ray Thurman who has been employed as nurse in pr McChords Infirmary at Lebahob has rasigneJ her position i and is now visiting her brother Judge or H Thurman and family The marriage of Miss Jennie Clay rooke and Mr John OfTutt will be solemnized next Wednes day atone oclock at the Clay brooke residence RevW H Williams will perform the cere raony Only the iimmediate Jam ilies of the bride and groom and a few very intimate friends will be present Thev will take a Southern trip and on tbeir re turn win go tohousekeeping in tbe beautiful Offutt home near Bloomfield Miss Mayme Allen entertained a number of friends in a charm ing manner last Wednesday evening The hall and reception room werebeatitifuUy decorated with potted plants and ever greens The diningroom was a bower of beauty with its draping of smilax from the chandelier to the four corners of the table Pink carnations and white roses flanked with smilax formed an attractive decoration for the table A delicious foujrcourse lunch was served and all the young friends of Miss MIen pro aounced her a most ciarming hostess j ff r Nitlce H M ONan Jr having gone outof business has placed his accounts inmy panels fpr collection All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to him will please call atj my office at once and settl IW F ijeikirk Notice t am authorized to offer for sate a portion of the farm of St Eose For terms arid luther particulars apply to the undersigned RevR F Laupenter Prior4t1 fir Sale I have forfeale ago0d sixyear old saddle arid harness stallion Also a good the year old jack Bcr luther information address JBHill R F D No 2 Springfield Ky A Gnarnntcci Garo Fur f11 i1 Itchlsff Blind Bleeding or Protrud lug Piles Druggists reund money if PAZO OINTMENT tails tp carp any case no matter of how long standing I 6 to 14 days First appli cation gives ewe and rest SOc if your druggist hasnt it send SOc ia stamps and it will be fgrvaraed post raid tj Paihtdicim Cott 1u cc ltrrrCiMiIW tlJ IKWItt Sa It 1 GREETING 11 to The first of February finds me hi stalled l11 my new purchase the Mans IKi property and ready for i 6Wilicarryafull line of uptod f Millinery Skirts Hair Gooss bUJjnefI t Cop1eiiv Onus PijiiFtF t ORDERS TAKEN FOR SUJTS4 iX My stock for excellence vgriety and value ntUl suW all former efforts and eclipse all competition I 11passSpecial attention givetfi to MOURNING GOODS Correct J Styles Proper Material Right Prices v 9 c thankmy many fridnds for their liberal patronage- He h inthe past and ask a generous share in the future II t desire in advance of the coming season to extencL an itiviv + tatlOn to the ieople Wsbington county and vicinityto IIIII 4 call oil me Will take Pleasure inS hOWlng yU Whether you buy or not + 1w1 c4 j T3 L j Peoples Deposit Bank gt Ii SPRINGFIELD Klf ij5 3Capital J Surplus and Profits 20000 rtJz v v S tt oFPIcERSGeo D Robertson resident I H Thurman ViceEresi i t C dent J A Boutare OashTer Chai rJ McC ordirC Tf Asslatant Cashier fe C Lee BookKeeper crf r DIiECTORSGeo D Robertson L R ThurmanW L Gr1hamr tfj LHaydpnJT W S tterly T VI Blanford ir i Patrons enjoyj every privilege usually Wtendedby reliable and i t well equipped Banks Prospective depositorsare invited to write or p call in person tl t jj j J= t 3iia ir I t = Special Sale of t1 1 I I Boys and Girls Hosieiyi1t f3 10 12121 15and20c a Pair f t r 3 3 For the best Ribbed Hosiery possi 0 H ble to produce at these prices These fe J 3 goods are special good values and we g L I would like very much to have you try fj J i3 a pair Our hosiery is shipped to us g f direct from the Mills Wei handle fIJLoJ large lots find g arantee to glye 1tter for ourmonev than you will LJ JJget E A I Our Bargain Table JII f 3 Should iinterest you We have placed 1 J1 on this table some very desirable mer 5 t1 3 chandlse which we are offering at JJ 3 prices next to nothiqg j jI3 Ii tjti Childrens Cloaks 11 AI Ij ia At half price to close out These Cloaks r tt 2 are the newest out Ask to see them cta l 3 MANY OTHER BARGAI- NSBobertsonBros L flr 1 I I- ta ft h t fftm M J EEEEcnnE m IIn AntiQipation Irof a big Spring buinen and in order to close J out our stock of Winter Goods we will make W Speciaf Reduced Pnces W 4 d on ill Overcoats r suits and Winter Cldttunfc D rIJ These arc mil stylish uptodate goods H but wrc I rJrdont want to carry them ov r iij N LTIRememberw eha afUIIlin eOfFyE if BOOTS RUBBER BOOTS ERISHOES which will be badyn td rr between noW and Spring whicn we wiliasell cheap i We are getting in a large Spring stock o- fWALLPAPER 1 n- in many beautiful designs aid colors f wlikbv ffC please bear in mind when you btifla bouts 1I cleaning IiWewlsb to notlty ourladycuSOmerSbt our BjpmsT 1 stock of fand Embroidertes has arrived and 18V Jmmtbem to call nd ddaoii bro f leif Tii III EEEEw i di tIt AyerPillsI w wMi yi 01- aeqtUll be wnerrk Use Weupyour thsr Curd rcpntd Get ridi = Iof your bl Sold for 60 years frZj IJCKINGHAMS DYE rfireand sWord at Columbia a ft rO TKTH AMfftVtftCAItY WA TOSr I t rdj tiw7 Ir Jc ztmtf kr a L XHMM H4itt wi Twf Goeral SherV T maDhI army comnUdei by r Ocnenil Ii W fclpcign march hiff tbrsgh the Carolinas to a Junction Tjltk Grnnts army on James rietrt reached a point about three t ikller from the city oG Columbia S C t ibe lfkh o yebriiaryt 1SC3 Slocum vas cro t a by the Saluda river wlileli ws forigeleaa at that point i ffcMHUiji Hffct wiNg under General f OrCsAafd KM also close ta Co jI JIJMI a portfoa of Howards ro aiarched Jthro gli thQ town and elcaped outskle8 T flonetthrough the Carolinas whfck If carried out would bring Sbernwn up JQ the rear of the army of Geacral Robert E Lee then defending ntclimooi nril 1tersburg ngnlnzt Federal foroi tomanCed by Grant fcs Mem th 1of February and after ixteefl 3Uya marching working ij aad MtkfBkirfBgl the columns that had iakiwjMfMirate routes on leaving Sa Tak1rete at last united Tie failure of the Confederates in t I tke Carollnas and Georgia to fall upon afcermass divided forces and beat tbexti tktall during this marclt was a ibect of controversy at the time aM hals since attracted the attention 4 e f lIallltary men Simultaneously with t Sfe rpaas departure from Savannah a cosference of Confederate officers was bed- ear Angu ta Gon to arrange the detaila of plans for Shermans defeat General 1 T Beauregord who had keU command in South Carolina In 1G3 came up from the west to be fol Ilewed by Confederate troops that had v Jwjfhtat Franklin and Nashville in the closing western campaign of itSftl Geaerall W J Hardee the comman daat who cleverly slipped out of Savan ukwIth all his army upon the ap f proach of Sherman from wesfteru Geor gIn and represented about 20000 avail able troops was there General D H it Hill one of Robert E Lees ablest offl cers was also present and General 4 Gustavns W Smith another capable leader Was there at the head of 1500 Georgia militia V Geaeral Hard es troops available ITOr iutBi diatc use against Sherman r numbered 14500 men leaving garrL 8ons to hold Charleston and other Im portant posts on the seacoast General eanreganl promised that 11000 troops from the former army defending At lanta agaInst Sherman would soon be in the Carolinas In fact half of them were already near Augusta The caval ry corps of General Joe Wheeler which had skirmished ahead of Slier man through all the march to the sea mustered about 0000 sabers and was already confronting Sherma +s out Twfts outh Carolina btUnbout 5000 talllt t4aand Geiral M T Butlers division of cavalry which had been lighting tibkler Lee in Virginia was included in rthc force making a total of about 33000 troops iwHJSh could be cpncen tratedlt wasthought upon Shermans route of march by the middle of Feb mary The southern militia could not be expected to serve outside of their states and the conscription had ex liausted the fighting men of the region I Although the outlook was discourag ingGeneral Beaurpgard sick in mind I f and body aumedcimand as the ranking officer preemtand determined to make a last effort to hold up Sher mans march But when the scattered 4tIchmenta were ready to set out for the point of concentration the game bad changed Sherman was in motion innd close to Columbia General But lers cavalry division managed to carry through to Wheeler who all the time Bklrinlshed along Shermans front a couple of batteries of light artillery and some small detachments of infan- trY from Hard es command at Charles 4ton Wheeler and Butler together did what they could to burn bridges and hold against the Federals the long causeways through the Innumerable swamps which Sherman had to pass In going from the Savannah to the Con arce river However the leading dl vision of Shermans column was al ways strong enough to outflank the Confederate troopers and drive them oil with but little lossandl the laying of pontoons and corduroy went for ward and Shermans 2500 wagons rolled on toward the goal Beauregardileft General Smith with Ws militia to guard Augusta and per aonally led the sad remnant of the tqeTenneseetry roads through South Carolina with out getting a glimpse of Sherman nor herman of hinvinuch to Ills delight bringing up finally at Charlotte NCp General Hardee clung to Charleston knouing that the day was near when e staljandon old Fort sumt r and cradle of the southern uprising His route to the point for concentra tlon would be through Florence to Che raw by rail ant thence to the rendez tbus In North Carolina A Confederate leader who was i ot at the Augusta conference but who was to play an important part in the Effort to head oflf Sherman General Wade Hampton reached Columbia his native place about the time that Slier mans plans became surmised by the dlstlncVirginia lie was a man of personal forte and it was believed could rally tie Sputh Qarolinlcns ta the defense of v their s itoj Halting at Columbia he 3 was soon Jis communication with Beau i regard and ther authorities and his word waS llghejrad fight at once 1 Hamptou urged that Hartlce abandon Charleston and bring every man Into the swamps In front ofailahI F man A small divlstsn of the IConedernteJMuuberinsf 2000 menrdched Colum his In advance of eitbor Sherman or Howard Bptlers ani Wheelers car airywere also on the outside of Slier ais cardonj ifnd a few state troops hM been gathered together by Hainp tttlg vigorous appeals By conceutrat ta these troops Hampton believed thgfa vigorous blow upon cither Slo e wi or Hbward while the Federal whigs were separated and entangled in tfct wamps would force Sherman to ij qgJM ibr the seacoast 1la ptons opinion the key to the f1T situation in South Carolina at Brgncbvllle near the Edlsta 4e cttoa of railways connecta felMriw ao CelHaWa and Angus Ib tot gttaeCciHB ftI west er Howard on the ttA ai eeesitrate after the battle r a tM r wIng BeairejAnI eeasii a fa EUmfHoa ytew bat the wnvawm VM nf nukfe tad when aiicnnau reacnea tne vicinity ojr ua lumbia the total force of Confederates available at that point was about 5000 men of all arms- CoThmbia itself was bare of troops for the force at hand was scattered to Ido picket duty In front of the advanc ling Federals Wheelers troopers fell back slowly before Howards vanguard ana ct tIre last crossing of the tonga ree set fire to the bridge first sprln kling It wit tar and resin to make the flames spread Quickly So rapidly did the fire take bold some of the men at the work were cut off on the Federal side of the river and compelled to make a long circuit upstream to avoid capture In Columbia the cavalry fired the railway stations and bulldlngsmnd also pt the torch to a raw of cotton bale la the streets Stevensons Confederate Infantry took the road to Wlnnsboro N and Hampton called in the cay GENERAI rOE WHEELER CAVALHT 3XO BBHX3E3 BEFORE COLTJIIBIA I airy from the froutand backed away in the same direction Columbia of fered no defence and the mqyor sur rendered the city to Sherman Before allowing tha troops to enter Columbia Sherman Issued the usual ordets to the men to respect private dwellings col lege libraries charitable institutions and the like but that arsenals foun dries and public workshops of valife to the enemy should be destroyed Gen eral C B Woods division of Logans corps entered the city as guards- A strong wind was blowing and Woods men were directed to quench the burning cotton It is said that the citizens furnished the troops with liq nor but that the Intoxicated men were put id arrest The wind grew stronger during the night and the smoldering cotton soon burst Into flames which were carried to the wooden houses and In spite of the heroic Work of the troops the city was nearly wiped out byythe night of Feb in and the same Bright the Confederate garrison evacu ated Charleston S- GEORGE L KILMER PannlnBT It On kerben Spenfccr In An Autobiogra Ohy tens of a ipntleman who having adopted a boy with a view of educat ing bilk after a system of his own found tIt he had underestimated the magnitude of the undertaking He therefore past About for a wife whom he gav4iearly to understand that his principal reason for marriage was to necure a fit person to rear the boy iBTnornnt All Around Are you going to marry sister Mr Frazzle t iI dont know Johnnle That s just what sister said when mother asked her Cleveland Plain Dealer Dry CleanIng White cornrneal is excellent to dry clean white or any delicate shade of woolen goods also for cleaning knitted and crochet articles Place the article to be cleaned inn large receptacle and cover with cornmeal or flour add one half a pound of powdered borax iso the same movement as In washing with water shrike well and brush thoroughly In the open air Repeat the process If necessary Leather Covered ChaIr Leather covered chairs when dull and shabby looking may be greatly Imprav ed In apptairailce by being brushed over with the white of an egg Beat up the white of an egg until It is nstlllI froth Then dip Into it a piece of old llnon or other foftrng and rub the IiJther Wfllr but Without using too ituch force Tile article must then be teftuntildry lie Ten Lenve Let old tea loaves gather for a few fays then soak In water In n tin pall for half an Jjoun strain through a sieve and use Hqupr for cleaning varnished paint It makes It look like new But do not use ou Unvarnished paint It cleans windows mirrors and oilcloth and the leaves squeezed dry are Desir able to scatter over a carpet befope sweeping Emersreney Tomato Snune When one housewife wants tomato sauce in a hurry and has no tomatoes fresh or canned at hand she simply takcj a few spoonfuls of catchup reduces It with hot water thickens It slightly with flpur and there she is with her sauce readyin five minutes time Dont get the white enamel fever It Is only a passing tad It will not last llbug and when you Bave all the odd pieces In your house In white and Its vogue Is over you will regret tt To easily thread a needle with wor sted take a scrap of cotton batting and twist it wth the end of your worsted and It slips through the needle readily Teacb TOur girl bow to cook and It she does not thank you somebodys son will thank outor her Eudpra Ja1f Progress v Att smart dinner butter is not served Those who Insist should use bread and butter plates f I jlesFrom The Faken Friends here are in receipt pi the anrioucc ment of the ap pio chinjpf matrige oJlISi Mar iie Ray to MrE O Doty which will be solemnized Feb 1 905 at the First Baptist church in Kosciusko Miss Miss Bay is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Ray who reside near Simms in This county and is one ot the most attractive ladies of this section of the State Ry her sweet disposition and genial ways she has Won scores of friends here and elsewhere who extend best wishes for her future happiness She has been engaged in the millinery business in Kosciusko for some time and it was there that she met Ler tate in tne per son of Mr Doty who iis a hue cessf ul busidess man 61 that place One of the most daring burg larie was contuiitled here last night Two men enered tht store of Rmehart 8i Osborn and took about i0oorth of best gents furnishing goods in the house consisting of four fine dress suit cases two overcoats eight suits ol clothes eight pair of shoes a full supply of collars cuffs neckwear silk handker chiefs socks silk suspenders and other thins Entrance was effected by breaking the transom over the back door and evident ly the guilty panics wee very familiar with the stock as noth ing but the finest goods in the house were taken v The funeral of Mr Tyler W mpslIaccompanied by a number of relatives and friends from Owens boro among whom was a delega tion of Knights Templars They sre met at the train by a delegation from Marion Cow mande y In n form who proceeded to the Second Presbyterian churcht Many rich floral tributes were there as tokens from loving friends aId the funeral was conducted by the pastor Dr A S Moffeit assisted by Dr A C Graves The ihterment was in Ryder cemeter with the Masonic rite Piucules is the name of a new dis covery pnt up in anew way A certain cure for all KidneyBlood and Bladder diseases and ever form of Rheumatism Pineules relieve Backache and Kidney pains permanently If you need such remedy let us show you the wonder ful Pineules Sold by Ha dons Phar macy MaklugWashlngtonBeauUtul Washington is beautiful al ready but when the improvements that have been planned are completed it will be a city more beautiful and better laid out than Paris which is today the city par xcellence of the architect and the landscapegar dener There will be nothiog around the Capitol and the White House except public buildings The strip of ground from the Capitol to the Washington Mon ument will be one great Mall almost park like in its vast spa ciousness resembling indeed the great ChampsEl sees nod cn either side of it will rise mag ni cent public buildings The bluff on which the monument now towers wibe a park con necting the grounds of ha Ex ecutive Mansion Many of the old u res such as the Post office the LandOffice tli3 Treas uryand St tte BuldingswiHfal into the new scheme The de partments which have outgrown their present quarters will be beIginthe one governmental there will be a Union Station up todate commodious and con veliieiit Off the long Mall will rlv a new and beautiful Nation I Museum to replace the old thiskviiistructures devoted to the agricultural and kindred departments The blue Potomac in its great sweep around the ciy will be rpanned by the Lincoln Memorial Brdge1costing live million dollars whije on the Cashing ton Common and Playground it is proposed to erect a theater baths gymnasium and athletic buildings all arranged for the public interest and comfort These improvements are now to be seen only OQ paperSThey will require years to perfect they will require hundreds of millions of dollars to bring them to a conclusionFebruary- mans Wo Home Companion Avers Pills Want your moustache or beard ateautlfalljrowaarricliWiclc Use ITwentyfltedaiMl ofowen1boroCommandary arriYed here Monday In response to an invitation from Marion Com mandery No24 to exiBraplUy tha work and to copfer degrees upon a class In Marion Commandery Monday nigh The degrees were conferred two candidates by Eminent Commander Walter Howard and an able corpse of assistants of Owens oro Com mandery in a most efficient manlier The degree work was fol lowed by a banquet given by the Marion Commandery in honor of their guests at which there were eighty five covers all taken Appropriate toasts were render ed and the evening spant most pleasantly Ma ion Udrnmand ery is one of the Isading bodies of KnightTemplars Kentucky and her work her banquets and hermembersbip are all A 1 Lebanon E jterprise CASTORIAI For Infants said CMldren Thi Kind Yn Hays Always BNckt Bears the- iguatreof Trick of Manuer What old fashioned folk called tUcks of speech or manner are de plorably easy to assume and extreme Iy difficult to break olf Several to which girls are more or less prone are these Repetition ot a sentence or the point Of a story telling It over again almost In the same breath tie usage of you know or dont you know for emphasis and beginning a taught with such haste that It entangles Itself In the speech and the final words are delivered In n giggle All those aqd siuillar mannerisms may be moro rend ill dropped In youth titan later In life and every gui would be wise t3 watch herself lest she taU into them or their like wretch DR LEROY S CHADWICS which Mrs Cauio getting hnndircli thousanlof from u security no iiterr than tbe woraan buibaml Dr Leroy wick the Dr was a prosperous wealthy physician Now ipennilell llf retnmed Europe to the cllArge brought plnst with Lis peculations was obliged travel iin the second II Bird With Teeth arc simply reptiles which haveI slid their scales and teeth grown wings and affU Invaded1 theI dominion of air The very oldest bird of which science has any record had cry shari teeth rather wings and a long tan adorned with twenty pairs of quill Some of these birds were not able to fly at all and they nearly all lived fish ly as they developed through centuries grew more feathers longer and stronger wings lost their teeth and got lined bills instead There were no birds before reptilian age and every bird that flies today traces Its ancestry back ton sharp toothed snake So the old joke As long ago as when UOIIH had teeth Is Hot so much u joke utter nIl lloivIle Guards His There Is nothing very remarkable about the known as the crested flycatcher us far as appearance goes He wears a crest coytrettlslily upon his pretty head and from under It his eyes look particularly large and bright Ills name is crested Hycatcher and what has made him especially noted IsJ Ids little peculiarity arranging his nest When he has completed the building of his nest he hunts about until finds the castoff skin of a snake This he carries to his nest and fastens there nsn sortf decoration It has been surmised that lila chief object lu doing this Is to frighten away any In truders SIz Slake a Pound Althoughnot old enough to go to school Willet had some knowledge of arithmetic gained chiefly by doing er rands One day as he was repeating to himself the number facts with which lie was familiar he was heard tQ shy Twelve make a dozen and six make a pound Six what make a pounu some one asked teasingly 51x pork chops maintained Willet Mary LUalietha Doll My 4oU la ust the queerest child She almost ulrlves Vne wild It aint that shes jirst bad you know But that she aggravates me so She doesnt cry or fret or stew II wouldnt stand thdtt I tell you But the sits up so stiff and vain It sometimes just gives me a pain Now MalT LIzabeth why she lIes one thats modest as can be And such a grateful child Oh dear Im raU that mines spoiled as can be I Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of your biliousness Sold for AJO4yrC BUGKINGHAMS DYE rtUl Fr1W psvGslII L WL J 1 a T SOME WORDS OF DVICEI 4 VaJN7aiarrletl w oe3CCV ftri to Yea c Werner A woman who has liad tt very unharH py married life gvesihfs odvTce to s young women himIcant twentytwo Irbe woman Who permits her heart to rule her head makes a sad Mistake If a girl fovesa man no matter how dissipated or selfish he mar lie she plunges into matrimony with her eyes closed No woman should ever depend en tirely on her husband for happiness It Is folly and leads always to heart ache A married woman should have a life apart from her husband Let her keep sweet and true and lovable but beyond a certain point she should not venture lest she lose her Individuality in her husbands with the result that he will Impose upon her Beware of n man with an ungov ernable temper and almost all men are endowed with this Shun the man who drinks to excess for It is a habit that leads to edness i Avoid also the man who is selfish the man Who considers always hl r own Interests before those of his wife Air men are fickle andjtjdepends on the wifes power to hold them Balti more Sun CAERSIJCEw It Is DellelooB and Healthful and Shonld Be Carefully Made Caper sauce Is gneof the most deli cious and healthful of sauces It Is polledtlNever use a drop of water In its mak tog PUt two heaping tablespoonfuls of butter In A saucepan over a very slow fie In another saucepan over the fire put a pint of rich milk When the butter begins to bubble in saucepan stir in briskly two heaping tablespoonfuls flour that has been sifted twice Keep stirring the butter and flour until it is as smooth as cream then pour in a little ntn time tlie hot milk stirring the sauce con stantly to keep it from sticking or lumping When the milk is nIl in and the sauce has boiled gently till it is very thick and vpry smooth stir in another tablespoonful of butter then remove from the fire and stir lIn a small bottlef ulDf capers Juice and alL Serve the sauce In a separatettllsh The Chadpick caie in L Chadwick succeeded in of dohlani bankers with wurthleujper contain mON ting figure S Cha When lie met oman Cliadwick mul of Cleveland 0 ha and when froni face him in connection wifes lie to sells Birds feathers weak feathers on Gradual they sharp the of Neat bird in he roSily Lw11XII quality the pulous care of the refrigerator or Ice chest yet how many of us take the trouble to see that this important work is rightly accomplished It Is mo notonous reading to be told that this receptacle should be cleansed thorough ly twice a week and wiped out dally The waste pipe leading from the Ice chamber too often proves a medium for the solid food culture of germs us the constant dripping of melted Ice will unless unusual care is bestowed upon It form a gelatinous coat on which the germs of ferinentntJoQ thrive A strong alkali such as potash commercially known as llyeor chlo ride of lime should be poured down this pipe ot least twlcea week Sinks waslistands anti toilets should likewise receive careful attention and disinfect ants should be generously used +Hnt pers Bazar Yoniifr Men Callers Many young women ask how often a young man judy call upon them This Is a question the girl must settle with herself her parents and the young man himself but even If two people ore engaged to be married it Is bad taste and very unwise to see each oth er every day or many times a week Let 5 girl always remember that she cannot guard too securely hat precious tiling called reserve Let her not think engagement or great friendship gives her leave to be bold saucy free and romping in her manners and this need not compel her to be stiff either Gen tleness gives the manners of n gentle woman and of a gentleman and lit Magazine what all want to have thatI The Pots and Pans A careful housekeeper who for n time was compelled to do her own kitchen work suggests that much labor will be saved It every Iron pot pan kettle or In fact any utensil used In cooking the food Is washed while still hot It Is an easy thing to do and the wash lag of pots and kettles loses some of Its distasteful aspects No woman se riously objects to washing and wiping her glass and sliver but to undertake the black preasjrnnd formidable Iron ware of the kitchen takes considerable nerve and ngoQd deal of common souse Catdnc Drown Dread A steaming loaf of brotvn bread re quires a remarkably sharp knife to cut it successfully and the best of knives become rapidly clogged wltfi the udiic sloii of the hot taoist siibatauce Vie torious the housekeeper wha keeps her temper through the entire loaf A most satisfactory substitute the string cut accomplished by means of a piece of coinmon twine nnJ no trouble at all Slip the string around tlq loaf cross the ends pull tight anj the result a clean even cut CostonJ Cooklns Schooll Magazine w COPPER KILLS BACILLI nbCTel WIh May Preveat Ty phold and qkelexa Epidemics Man would seem to have ijt laSt discovered an effective weapon against typhoid lever Asiatic cholera and Elm liar merciless seoprges which Invade our Intestinal and dlgestlvn organs through polluted water it Is yet too Soon to declare positively that we shall exterminate these dread diseases hut we have good reason to believe that we shall be able to drive them out ot cities and towns and camps and prIs- Ons and wherever men are living herded close together The weapon ISJIQ of steel or iron but c9Ppertthermos convenient form being the cOmmon compound of copper and sulphur known as blue Vitriol copper sulphate Every rcliool lubjratgry coutatnn sonic Loau tlf ul blue crystal of copper sulphate Every schoolboy for generations has dabbled with these blue crystals or has watched hIS teacher use them foj ordinary class room experiments And yet who would have Imagined that n pinch of these crystals dissolved In the water tank In the attic or in the cistern or well would kill any typhoid germs that might be lurking there that Its use would Insure healthful drinking water jn a crowded mllltarj camp that it would exterminate ma latin and ellow fever carrying inosqul tos in stagnant pools and swamps by destroying the Vegetable organisms on which the mosquito larvae feed that It would In a few hours make the water of an evil smelling and foul look- Ing city reservoir containing billions of gallons qf water clean and sweet and that the amount of copper that ac compllshes albthlsls so small that while it kills the bacteria in the water It does not make the drinking water poisonous or injurious to the human systlem It has been known for a long time that copper destroys bacteria butthe metal has not bthi much used heretofore for the purpose because scientists have generally believed that the dose required to kill the bacteria inustj beery concentrated so concentrated In fact that it would poison the water or substance containing the bacteria and make the cure Worse than the evil 4 specialist of the United States govern ment Dr George IS Moorp has now come forward and announced with the authority of the government behind him that he has discovered how to get the good effect Of copper without any dangerous result that he has a way of using copper so idlluted that It cannot hurt a baby and yet so active that it will destroy virulent cholera qnd ty phoid bacilli In four br five hours Century itqir DIgit inecl Are Made Making a wooden heel Is an Interest ing task The heell Itself Is molded an Irregular mol lcr it strange but very effective machine anti a singular fact about It is that not it single improve meat has been made on It In twenty five years The heel Is nJolded from the best quality Of rock maple and aft er It Is shaped is covered with leather usually line kid or cabretta stock which may be In many colors accord ing to prevailing fashions The leather Is iptretched on fastened with the best quality of rubber cement and then Ironed so that when the job Its finished the heel looks as If all of leather The top lift Is next attached The lift is usually of a superior qualify of sole leather a ul a pair of them cost as much as a full sized top lift for wo mens shoes thought less titan halt their size The fact Is good material and workmanship ore put intdt the high heel for It is one of the vital partsof the shoe or slipper Shoe Retailer Independent Voting For many years says the New York Globe It has ben supposed tbatilude pendent voting was confined almost entirely to the least nnd that It was more generally exercised III New York than anywhere else This was by no means the case in the late election lit ten states intending all sections ot- the land an amount of independent action never before exhibited and fey or before equaled ini single state was iLuiLiYedU The follotvhur table alv For Thin Babies Fat is of great account o ia baby3 l1 that Js why Dairies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Bmursiofn is what heof wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately fot 2 J one arid mjrscleI Fat Babies are appy they do lot cry they are rich heir fat is laid up for ime Ofneed They are lappy because thy the comfortable The fat surrounds their little nerves and cushions them Whenv they are s rawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle tto uch They delight in Scotts Emulsion It isasi sweet as i svholesomeljo tiiem fSend lei frtiep sample Be silTs that this picture In the form orIi Jabc1 onthe wrapper of vrerf iottla ktmullon jjuy Scott fr Bowne Chemists 4e p14Sar1 flIUt XjwYor- kzovidloo AtDaiggttj i A- 1t1brg ifTeC1ro LV EtCl eX below an ttjacirvecIutbinglist t l tt tenearly all the city papers aiiadigmagszines All caeh- subscribeis and all who paynp and renewIll begiven tIh LEADER arid any of tthe papers be1owfore yesr r Louisville Pcst Y IIdaily t 1 f Pwiicour1errourna11daiyfcI q 40S iIt UTimes daily 41il 00 4 ZcuisulleHnraid er Journal 1lftt t l 1 2 50 50- Cout Louisville Herald wd kllJiyffiTv il 5 Home i ri JfWFi rt Cincinnati Commercial THbniife l 1 40 cincinnati Enquircr tr N 9 Country Gentleman I J th f u q 00 mirBreeders Gazette i tbf9Ot l ktql fInterstate Pd 1t Ym r g Independent Ohio Farmer w It terlifyu ljpO Yr v The Commoner v J Jt J 69 St Lous Globe Der cmtCvi J j7l 8t NicholasSJJtlJ 5U J4 J The Delineator 2 ulw U TJ830 Womans Home Cpmpani t if6p J McClupes Magazine jVS fo 1W jtf75 Harpers agazine a 125 C i HarpersweeklyC 425 f HarpersBazar A 4 2 v i p American Agriculturist h Vv 1i 35 v Specia rat S givenou many other publications not meritijong4 above which will be made known on application to r E L DAVISON Jrv 1 ifPub NEWSLIEADER Springfield 1jI mg tne Ore rot ituoseveit auu wr votedon governors ehows this In very striking manner Plurality Ii Roosevelt Governor Colorado t 13000 15000 Dem Massachusetts 86000 35000 Dem Michigan Rep Minnesota um125000 15030 Den Missouri v 8000 30000 Dear New Jorroy 40000 Rep NeW York 176000 10000 Rep Rhode Island Rep West Virginia 25030 10000 Rep Wisconsin 125000 10000 Rep Intciminoa FarmIng Constantly Increasing density of ppp siatlon and steadily advancing value of land are doing much to change the system of furmiiiftln the United States While large bonanza farms are still to bs found hi the prairie regious and sviil continue to cxjst for many years to come their number Is decreasing anfl the small farm become h every year more cominoa Acreage Is giving way to culdvatlbn and what the Indi vidual farmer lacks In area of lund he makes up In fertility If he has less capital Invested In his farm he Inv ts more capital In the form of labor ahdi produces practically the same results In the way of profits Thought the prof Its sire perhaps not so large in extreme ly favoraLlc years the better cultiva tloii makes the yield more curtain and the danger of an entire failure of crdps Is overcome Intensified fanning has come to stay Portland Oregonian Dressing Im an Art Cultivate dress as a fine art for mil nute attention to personal adornment and elegance of toilet 1Ie the duty ot every man or woman In civilized socler ty It Is the outward show that enables the world to judge of us personal our character refinement and coo of the station of life In whlcU IlY tire thrown It Is a duty we owe lour family our friends and the world at large It Is the passport to good breeding dad the support of fine maC ners THE HALL O P fAMEi Manccl Farcla at one time a noted singer is living In London lIe Is 100 years old JExScnator Don Caracron of Penn sylvanla mid his family will aunke their hnzive In Washington In future Former President Cfev land has 9 beagle hound calledBrqwnIe which ac companies his distinguished master ev erywhere Judge Andrew J Harlan of avan nah Mo Is the only surviving mem ber of the Thirtyfist congress He was born in Ohio In 1815 Henry Weber was a reporter on a Denver paper a few mouths agoUe promoted mining companies in Colors do and Nevada and now he Is a mil Belt the South Afrlpan Croe IAltre1 nil amount of money for i l purposes that threatens to rival the sums given away by Andrew Carnegie John Hollingshead ar famous London theater manager who died recently la credited with the discovery the cal laborative genius of VS Gilbert ani the late Sir Arthur Sullivan ExJudge Alton B Parker the Dem ocratic can date for the presidency has opened n law office In Kew York He has not entered Into any partner ship and will makeNew York city his future home During the season just closed A L Cook of Norway Me shot 200 par tridges and woodcock OVCB his polnter Sport Tills Is the dogs fifth season in t the coyer and the recpril shows that has aided In the slaughter of S49 Ibe during that time HOUSES AND HORSEMEN Thirtytwo new trotters entered the 210 lIst the past season Granclno 2dt by Dlrectum 2H3 sold for 3000 at auction recently Ben Rennlclc Is now at Sclma Ala wherehe Avlll winter a dozen head Driver James Elliott whq was hurt at Allentown Pnls dead frbm his JnJ from Chicago Indicate thai the Washington park track Is closed to rading to good William Garland says that ho wasP not offered 30000 for Sweet Marie but would have refused It I he had been 4 Every trotting horse man asks MVliy doesE iE Smathers que3tlontbe ac the of DlllauB Iyl1IittmBerkeley Bantam won n blue ribbon at UieiNcw York hoTse Khowv and matte good for alt the praise that haateccff givea hiIn A We pwmptlv obtain D 8 IIPO r PATENTS t Send mdel akbtcU or photo of lorebtkrn for iockHowWSecursTDIflrPatentaand I nAUCmAnlVO is IGA5NOW BuJuMre 1f I L I OCSLI TTwT i t 1 i- Sil5 Plate that rwurs When You Buy Spoons knives forks etc buy reliablebrands even if they do cost a little more They are worth the difference If 1841 R06fRSBIOS is the stamp it insures genuiBdt tew quality famous for wear Sold by leading dealers everywhere for CataWgue CL address the makers 1taHHal Sliver Ce rWm CL HOME HINTS j JI 1i I Avoid cheap reprints or poor pictures pfanysart jtIiro have n pretty home avoid contrasts color If tile wall papers are figured nir1nH1 plain fearpets or draperies See that bookcases have glosVbp f or curtains to preserve the bpoks Avoid cheap sash curtains with 4t j handsome inside curtains and vice ver Jso V j Do not despise any old pieces of fmvf ifnlture If they cannot be used now l they may come into fashioii agalIn i the future I Turcliase a few good articles of fur u niture rather than a host ot cheap things which will neither look well nor wear well after the first mouth Do not put several varieties of styles In one npnrtmentthot If do not Inflict c yietorian chairs upon LonisXVI wall it paper and combine empire iotas audr- mlsslon At clocks St Louis Post Rlspatch eia Fashioned lieecar iut Into a deep kettle two ctipfulsF New Orleans molasses oJlQcnpot +gri1p lat t1 sugar Sne level tnblepO 1 of butter anti a teaspoonful of vine S ffo1 Boll slowly taking care that It doesnt burn or boll over Test pccat I Blonally by dropping a little In cold water When It hardens as soon as II 1tQcsllu the watdr It ls done Do not boll It too much Have platters well buttered and lusbeTorp thcr cdiidy Is roured Into them add a half teaspoon 1 ful of soda If desirel flrpp a few trollS on tOIllslt begins t6 cooll aad L fca It Is pulled tl e whale mas will bfV flavored flutter your blinds lightly hud when this candy Is cooj enough ia handle pull It out fold It over pull agalnaud s0 on iintll the canosls QS illgbt colored as desired Draw put Into sticks andcnt into llengths with shears t nrrnWnjkinK Use bran for washing brown hoUamui but uo soda and na soap unless tt rfrJi tick lie very dirty In tiilch case cuM soap way be used Brau nr ashlRf 1t fj bestJibt only tot holland fiwj fee ciNh tonne coiore4 muslins anti s1lis dt M Sf n ton cirbroUlercd work Bolt two istM i J ruts of bran 1n quart pC waterj Pii IH strain through wuslhi Put ttt iilwpAip on ts ball agbin for y6a wihlaet Vi second supply ot1Jl Yitcrl iIel1 lng Iake tle bran water 9111 stplug ft qu4rt of iicofd water b lIt Xair 1 wash tIle artlcJfes nut you mltot Mp tanisited to see liu the dirt collIe Ma jl i 1nlcrot o 1iiceuce 01 the liritu Wh5J Jtill dirt la rcnlpveiiItute J jtj p f