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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 16, 1905. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1905 new1905021601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 16, 1905. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. IBLED r i 16 1905 t I 7 j J1 f i a I BALMER8 III 111 Carry 4slii kinds of VMOT 4p4 PHOHIK 53A IS IP jpI TIEtfD fOMtj eat4f a Co ty5t mUM MWtk wt iCUS W MilM reb yLb iqj BM f lwl Haltdl of I 1ftad yiU xai1iet in s mad Hfric ltw l district Ti tetegripfc Ma4 tcleplM U oacs Mw 1Ua 1ber otDR 11 po1an1ati- ofi I Ii itaitin Cojrees Hoih J a IIentative InXeMttcky LiTRoil W D CUybcooke ttIvt Jiy State SeaateHo LeMMe Xv 1 ii a It Cnrt bvanJli4gs 1 JDKiriiam CZnwt1tk toj a cap1lTClerk eJ OU AXEIIYCJRT rli c oiitli Lij81Ir Jacle UNTY T CWt atita L Utasy3 r Hooter O witYCl lc s aysc CtYAtSCS1 e C tteittJatter f Cnwke Sfcerilf IbaaI jrOtbojNM H M UiCA Dpttiis CT 1LO71tTAP OBryiMl D mtTj on goe isinrer p rwCITY COURT IasL oe Jkii GMqs L ifiT CkJf by City Attorney TUSTICUCOUitT- notk 9J Cnrts 3iiJamwary- gil July a d October Cbtirch ig HTJRCB- T It J Cf HortciJloB Pastpr SerCI tic Tirrt a1td Third Swadaysa cken1ltat11 aN730pma 1Iaygcll4reYIry Sbfllda7 atlOam r aiettil eyuy WdRCSdY t vafiVvj r Serey HOM erery Sndayat S at 10 oclock a eerycs t XorJ e 1IOr- ECIIwrIAx P CHURCH T1fiaW lden PatO Serycc oed jiIirtk SaadaYI Ib cl1 i t WOSBTTIMAlf OHURCH 4 JUT TV D Lattmer Pastor Mrtlir Jhdyat 11 atdttp Ha18C11001 evets 8a4iy Ml0a Prqer ieetIsebp Tkelli at 7 4c ii BAPTIST CIURCHt1 v W r J ec lJttrr 8ndY at 11 att it ad 7U pnilldYClI0 eery 4snday t 3O a Prayer 4U- njiy I rNY eyen1nI aiisoiocl = 1 ftattMl tkit MAsOLOnGZ gyringfleid loife J5 s4s Mt d third Monday ta ck mitk WaaiimstoiiRA Chapter Ko 57 eoM wcy Me52 iietsc every tosrtiMo- rKais fTa MLcAi1ZSM- U titWdCtY 1SCO I I pf liliiii FfMi 9jHNk Remember the name 4y uq d TN ma it having the gm lw I 5 1=RY w TnJT AEWSLLWLRJti IN4SrfesvoI ff7SPRINGFLELD WASHINGTON QOUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY lOOAylii I 11tI LDllECTOIIY HdgonYi11eXyw 1DIrctry cicmiUTfa ciM dGtlyCOURTttefovrtb Mrhila QJfKtl1T VK11opIaT gtCATHOiriCHURCHHeaaewHi UarrionWLIiiamsPathl ii41STnea- daYSdCct1 FOLEYS H8NEYIHTAR 8 r iifififi fiidi1 inol w TALK r HMt I m1dIethe SMwnKft Sec tsof beat th whItely burrowJIneac1t brown and frosty furrow Twirled ai tangles sifted slanted Brthe eager bret55es planted SprIirinjou her wealth is keeping tIl1ll her blossoms sweet ares1rt ndch flake that earthward settle aest for future petals uftbeaRi into foldedjParadox that cannot varyDWko small find the end or f this wondrous snoWflake rI JetYotttha Companion isi OLLAPEOThe Burley To b cco Grow rpeal al flweg h2lhefact wsnotofficially announced at the opening of the eek lias probably collapsed he failure of the Nw York men to finance the project is the cause of the failure the Stand ard Oil interests John D Rock teller and the Tobacco Trust are ld to be responsible Iotthea ilurefthe New York tinan c era to fnrnisU the moosy while Sam oftb flaa biers themselves say that after taking the plan- tf the Growers under considet tion they aeclined togo into it n account of what they consid red some impractical points con o tained therein The lgntrsof he Burley contracts will prob c ably oe officially released from their obligation shortly The market is naturally lower on ac count of the Iarg0 amount of to bacco jbeing o1f red but still tetraisno greatslump in prices dh as Biighthave bsen expec t J tr 4 iSJUDQED Two Veeks ago th NEWSLEADER published an illustrated article the tob interests of Wash ington courityits importance and its extent We attempted to give figures to show to the outH side world that our tobacco Industry is the most important aar nl1ural interest of the county nd to show that Washington county stands well to the fronts a tobacco growing county We gave all the figures we were able to obtain and among others were furnished figures of the business done by the Amercan co Co at its rehandling house at this place during the past four years As the Ameri an Tobacco Co has handled bout threefourths of the x to bacco grown in Washington coun toyJ were interesting and cave a very oo4 idea of the extent of the tobacco interestpf the county The article has received many favorable comments as an enter niing write up of the countys biggest industry Exceptions were taken to it however by one individual who conceals his iden ity under a nondeplume This11 writer makes the startling dis fery that we were attempting I o exploitttbe generosity of the iust and that he could read etween the lines liBi ee that t they have access to djii iof tbeI private books and accounts of tljjel tobacco trustet etc Why certainly MrTomConway the Meyer bookkeeper of thelIl American Tobacco Co gave us the figures They are not pri vate Anyone wjth interest or curiosity enough can get them hhe NEWSLEADER has publish ed the same figures at the end ofI each tobacco season for the past three or four wars The NEWS LEADERS record in this tobacco business is an open book We IIare behind no Scheme norbaveI we ever written anything but ia plain aferietfent of the case as we saw iijWe have advocated the organiaatioiiof the tobacco grow ers from the startand4 still advise it as a protection against the trust and other powers We have seen weak points in the plant of organization and have mentioned them That the fail ore of the organization maybe de to tone of these weak points w JMY for deyelopments t prove rainy cue the cause of failmre paanot be laid at the far lmer bD They have recpdn ajad to iferj disinasd and have itt fOpr CMCji riIQM th- I own interest in acceding to that a Our advice tot far ttnri jJ 1ttandself protection and to cast their jIortdneswththG plans which i best commend themselves by their practicability and chances of successZ ROTESjiNQ Mr Frank Keen wlio was at the head of tte Sheriff Si ticket at the late primary in thIscoun y and who was declared defea ted on the face of the returns very much dissatisfied over what he terms unfair treatment allalpng the line Mr Keen and other members of his ticket had been Very mupa exercised over the result of the primarjand Mr keen at least has openly v wedJ that fraud and unfair methods had been used to bring about his defeat He has gone so f ras so consult lawyers and up until the last day had threatened to bring contest and demanded are Otntof the ballots LastTues day was the end of the six mon ths limit and the day on which the keys of the ballot boxes were o be turned over and the ballots recdutited provided there was any demand made by the filing f a contest by any candidate On that day11r Keen claims he ame to town to demand a count but found that all the keys had not been brought in and and he could get no satisfaction from anyone Be let the time pass without taking any llegal steps and as we understand the case it is Snow too late to make protest Mr Keen isf very bitter kover the matter but it appeared that beg shquid have acte4 sooner and sought relief from bisa11egecld wrongs in a regular way by filing VcbrilesC of the Detection and de mar ding a count of the ballots Plratin FoIcvs HOtiY and Tar rFole7 Coy Chicag originated oney and Taras a throat and lung remedy andon account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitatfons are offered or the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey andTar and refuse any siibsti ute offered as no other preparation will give the ame satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for childrenand delicate persons For sale by Wood Well Pulilam Kr Joe add Bob Nichalson are contemplating going West oon R C Pinkston sold his crop of bacco to the American Tobacco Co atllct per pound Mr Elisha White iion the sick list at this writing with la gripe Sanford Yocomb and Leanard Matheriy were in Springfield last Friday Mrs Ottie Jenkins aged 2Q wife of Willie Jenkins died February 10th She has for ten months been a sufferer of that dreadful disease consumption Her suffering was ended last Fri day morning SUe leaves a hus aud mother sister and one brother to mourn her loss Her remains were interred in Rock bridge cemetery Mr Wolford Keeling and wifeI visited the home of D W Crouch last week Mrs Ada Burch who has been v sting her parents tf r and Mrsj Thomas Humes has returned to her home in Casey county Mr Pinkston sold some calves to GW Wohner at 7 per head Piueules ia the name of a new dis covery pnt upittanew way A certain cnre for all KidneyBlood and Bladder iiiseaseatand ever form Rljeumatism Pineules relieve BackaclieatidKldney spaln permanently If you need such a remedy let us show you the wonder ful Pineules Seld by Haydons iI1M macy 4 iE Sets if Triplets Yankton S DakTbe lather and mother of 27 children lMr and Mrs George W1Dtin yule of this cUb will go to Washington this week And the- o Senators and Representatives from jhe1rstta will take toW to the White fibuse t6 see PrefiK ie tRops yeUr whOj itw txp c ted wiIgife tb 1I1Qgr lrItotQ ofbJJDMlf w4h i- iiTu pliments Mr Danville isv only 43 years old while his wife is 38 Their 27 child re nTiSomprise nine sets of tri1etanckJof them jiare boys fFriends of the parents htve sought to take all their children o Washington vitll1hembut II bey decine to consider the pro posa1The children are remark ably bright well developed and healthy and the parents are very fond and proud of thejir So far asIS known Mr fcho Mrs Dunv ills family is the l1ir geStoneiri thestate of South Da koti and it is believed that no where else in the country is Itthere a fatally comprising so many triplets 8106181 j Woman Suffers Seyercly From effects of Exposure Valley Hill cor NewsLeader One night Jast week Mr Ed Janes was awakened by a man and woman who wanted to spend fefae night with them The woman complained of being cold Mr Janes consented to keep the woman but could not keep the man She accordingly went into the house andit was discovered that her feet were severely frozen She gave her name as Mrs Robertson and said that she and husband had resided in LouI isville fOr several months pas tj and had decided to move to the country which they didand had intended visiting relatives around this place They had been stopping with the family of Newell Hard in and started from ttire to yisit a Mr Smith near Spriogfield They arrived atl the Smith home and fount that and wife hadgone to Louisj i l ville they then started out to find a house t which they cold e a nights lodging this wPSI theydi pelled to stop out o thecold apd stopping with Mrr 3 rrieswif5 did everything iI his power for her relief fa1 But the womans feet were frozen so sevqreiy that little could be done for Her She stat ed with Mr Janes for several days until she was able to be removed when he had her carried to her tth husband at the Hardin home inI lower part or the county FaIledIAll efforts hav failed to find a bet ter remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than Foleys Honey and TIIt stops the cough heals the lungs nd prevents serious results from a cold J N Pattorson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I bad a bad cold on my Jungs and tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medicines and bad a treatment front two physicians with out getting any benefit A friend rec mmenJed Foleys Honey and Tar and tvothirds os o bottle cured nie I con sider it the greatest cough and lung medicine in the world For sale by Wood Wells Serious Accident MrR W Clark one pi Leba non boldest citikens met vith quite a serioifs accident Monday morning at his residence onI Main Street Just alter getting out of bed and while sanding Ibefore a stove in his room his night shirt caught fire and he was soon enveloped in flames His cries for help attracted the attention of the cook who rush- edt to his aid and with a bucket of water succeeded In Subduing tne blaze Not However be fOre the unfortunate man recei ved painful and serious burn Uncle Bob as he is familiarly known js 76 years old and his age makes his con Jilion all the mere precarious arid IJ lis feared that he will tot recover How ever his friendsbppe that his ini juries are not as severe as sup posed and lhat he will soon be out again Mr Clark was for many years a merchant of this cityfi but retired a number of years ega Lebanon Enterprise t1s Ttacc Shippers We wish to statetc our friends throu ghou t the tobacco growing sections that we are not connec tedl directly or indirectly with any other warj puse or ware house compipY We copautStrIct1y Ind- jendept Tofltcco Will Douie 11 CommisbbsA BnIDcl1 S J PIopr 1 C e b iorsjPiokettr i hou HIiL1 J1r rn r 7y1I tul M oo M11 notice inthe last two or three iiVue of the NEWSLEADER that scjinVqf the correspondents are wjting some daring hunting stories I am no hunter and no spotting editor but in my feeble manner I will attempt to write a few facts about hunting About 35 years ago a Kir Royalty an old citizen of this neighbQrhood went out one morning before breakfast to kill a mess of squir rels which were plentiful at that ti9He knew where there W- aadeiiof squirrels and placed himselfin a fair place to shoot them and where they cquld not see him He had been in position only a few minutes when a squirrel made its appearance from ahole in the side ot the tree and placed itself on a broken limb which ran put frbm the hole Mr Royalty flredtm the squirrel and brought iit down While he was reloading his gun which was a muzzle loader an other squirrell mad its appear auce at the sanv place and Mr Royalty of Cours was in a hurry to get ready to shoot but before he could get ready there iere Bine squirrels onthe broken lihib jumping over each other and seemed to be playingl he wait ed for them to get qutet so he could get a bead on more than one In a few minutes they were all sitting in a row on the limb and seemed to be eating something The hunter fired on them killed nine at one shot That made 10 in all After he picked up hisSquirrels and reloaded his gun She lheard something on the hillsidla opposite him On exaini ning he saw some buzzards on a- llimb and supposed it was them l flVping their wings but upon closet examination he saw what he thought was a coon in the same tree The buzzayds ere in the top of the tree which had t k2broken out and the coon was stthitifiga4bird Mr Royalty sipped around to find a good place to shoot from The only good place he could find to shoot from was almost directly under tlje buzzards So t he fired on the coon which he killed but it hung on some splin ters and didnt fall to theground t With his squirrels in his hunting sack he climbed to the coon but- tnot until he got his cpon did he t notice tl1titthe buzzards were fastened the limb On exami nation hojiound that the bullet that killed the coon had gone tt through the limb which the buz t zards were on and lad split it sa as to catch the feet of the seveu- buzzardin the crack Mr Roy alty thought he could shake them loose so he walked Uion a limb just below and holding to the limb they were onlm began to try to shake them loose when l the limb he was standing on broke off so there lie wasabout j 80 feet from the earth The buzzards was so frightened in tlieir struggles to get loose they broke the limb off and in soine way Mr Royaltys fingers be come fastened in tlame place the buzzards feet were in and the seven buzzards called Mr Royalty aboufea mile and three quarters when they become ex hausted and came down at the mouth oC Sulphur Creek on Chaplin River Fortunately Mr Royaltys brother was within 25 yards of where he came down digging turtles out of the bank of Chaplin River Mr Royalty Was released by his brother and by 12 oclcck he had dug 17 tur AuersFeed your hair nourish it give it something live on Then it win stop falling and will grow long and heavy AyerVHair Vigor is the only HairVigor hair food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just whitwe claim it will do It will not disappoint yau hair nardl tw very shon Bat after using Ayr lUIr Vteora hort tiMe It lpm to jroTfjiind nov HI fotirteeit cbei apl4rtnittomaiLerbethSlrno4r9aVbad a bottle Alljf9t u 75ATZUCO1i lll11 Qr4U JrlLl ties and killed a dozen bull frogs It anyone doubts this they doubt t1word of those olu fonts who 35j years ago sat aroung their big log fire plajzes1 and with the good Qldmo1e curflngfrom- their clay and cobpipes and good old yellow Jpryor tobacco telling u3wa and Jguerilla stories until3l2 oclock atinightr I wiH ring off and call yu lff again next Thursday Tatham Springs DAISY Notice The firm ofE J Pinkston crowat LItsey having dissolved all persons indebtedtb said firjn are re quested to come ands tte at once js the old business must be settled up E + Pinkston Co rOjACcODEAL What Ngtr York Papers Sty cnlX Thai Burley Deal The following information concerning the wprkiggs of the New York or financial end ofthel4el BJurley Tobacco Growers deal Is tajken from a New York paper and was puplished theCourier Journalllast Lriday Efforts of a repreJsenting the KentuckyBurley To bacco Growers Company to raise 7 000 000 or 8000000 of capital inNew York City for the purpose of warehousing the bulls Burley1obaco asyet met with no definite sue icesfe says the New York Com raercial In fact1 continues the Commercial the plan did not commend itself to the New York bankers and trust company officials to whom it was presented last week It was learned yes te day that negotiations with a trust Company of ths city pn which the tobacco growers of Kentucky Indiana and ohio hadI based high hopes of success had been definitely declared off Asl far as has been learned nofarth er negotiations in any other quarter have been taken up Many of the Southern tobacco growers are of the opinion that the refusal of New York finan ciers to loan tbe money after having apparently received the plan with favor was due to influence brought to bear on them by the Amerjcan Tobacco bo he largest singe purchaser of Burley tobacco in tLecounryI New York interests on the other hand assert that at no time had hey expressed any but a merely tentative opinion on the scheme much lless gven any promise to advance the money or any part of it On fuller investigation of the circumstances on which the- proposeddeal was based it was decided that there were 100 many puints of insecurity to m keso large a loan advisable Ont of the financial institu tions to which the Burley association applied for funds was the Metropi litan Trust Company Bray ton Ives president of tbatI company said yesterday The plan was brought to us and we examined into it but it seems tbattoo much importance was attached to that fact That we took it under consideration did not mean that we decided to furnish the money as some per sons seem ta have supposedi The plan seemed too cumber some and unwieMly to be practi cable It involyed in the first pac Options from thousands of farmerS widely scattered geographically A second factor wastoibea warehouse company and th n it was necessary to nnd the purchaser Altogether tbe orlsufficicharacter to properly enlist the support of such an institution as a irusj company It jjvas learned that in the judgment of many persons who have examiried the plan its chief point of weakness was whether the farmers or a considerable numb r of them after having givenj an option on their tobacco to the association could netbe induced to partwith elsewhere by the offer of a slightly higher price Aside from this Jifc wM re gardd ass matter o fhe great4 est Uncertainty how kwg taif principal tiurcbaeJri ot Burley tobacco could iqld otIt against J tile akocjatioD l aRbptMjis ad- mittedt thtbesurptiiIb9 1yci ii L SUBSCRIPTION LuurniA YE4R14I 1i Policeri rystalmodedCo JiIf l ro 41 J 2 Home Made 1 Jt fr J L i Have your take muffins andrtea tin T L 1deaner ftf rr t Royal Baking Powder helps the house fi rF II MifetoproduceathomequkkJyandeconomically h d V J hotbisciut puddings the frosted layer t eJioi ir j cake crisp cookies crullers Crusts and A f i mthwhidtheteadymadefdf r found at the bakeshop or grocery does 4 riot compare 5 Royal is tht greatest takeday helpsi j IjBAKIIM foWH COtKvIYO V 1ii I p j Hi wiiEI1J aIlIiiiiWH Of LOCAL ilSTEREST r1 1 IJ r I MACKViLLE The Washington county town of Macksville sec ond in importance to Srringfield is bodenng ona boomscor respondent writing from there says W F Bottom is making preparat ons to atad broom fac tory here as soonr- Ute mchin ery arrives Mackvlll k cos ing to the front All it needs ia the new electric railroad Of course we think the way of Mackville Is the only way For f he past week Ihaveb n talk to several farmers and businessmen and all are very much enthu sed over the prospect anil say that they will take stock in the j company and give it the right of way Mackville is situated four teen miles from Harrodburg aad j twIvU 49 SpriDcIM J and iis one of the most thrifing j towns in the State according to its size It can boUt of five churches ihreelarga dry goods stores one drag store twogr01 cery stores one furniture store one large buggy and implement house two blacksmith and car riage shops livery stable hotclj two large tobacco rehandling houses handling over hatfaE million pounds a year one under taking establishment three docE tors long distance telephone three daily mails butcher shop batik doing a fins business stock worth 135 and noae for IeA trailrpa rom Harrodsdnrgj toc Springfield by the way of Mack ville would uta one of the best paying roads in lthe State So come on inspectors and see the mostt asioess Utile town you ever fosited j AFTER BIG GAMEThe L Jb anon Enterprise says The Maii rion cpuity grand jury has gone ofter the Standard Oil Company with a big stick u and if the the Courts sustain tha action oftthe aforesaid grand jury John D Rockefellers big sack COilc taing millions of the coin of the realm will be perforated many places A batch of 80 indict 1e8terdaT1Cbaftg pany with peddling oil withosit license The small number atlready returned is a mere CldIQP in a bucket coapared iritk what1tl to fellOw We are reliav bly informed that beforetiei grand jury reports to Judge Thurman that it has compteted iits work awl is ready to adjowr sine die there will be a petI billh sUck of iodUjtmeflUf W tweei 400 ami 500 all affaiaei Jthe Standard Oil Co for the vk latic aforeaeaUoaed The aw- providssfor 11oeol from 5lk1500 and Cojauty Attorney SIll informs its that the Court hire upheld a fine of 200 1 a cue eoaioatiag frlapf iiadlclsie si SNit lam to tbs ones retarbed kete ThS4a rUoI COpuuy hal beeit iadicied btOM rJ iis of LaRoe B ykss l oilier OWMI twi ani Use outcome wwt be JfaMi iYl t UMihdImesNbe i11M r11 J i iT h i c uuty i can be found on the banks l t j of the Little Beach near Thca t A elBottom 4 This large Syam tsf J i r5 fttii re tree has served as shelter for v SN cJjttfffmany fisreraea dtiiajr a raia Ie storm also stable for two brs tj Jfj es a cowshed and Jast hit sot i iji Ifast topre than two doatea hogs t l if had the same treetfer tfieir4 t house during several winters Frejueitly ilisiisgi parties visit t this place duri g the szaier L11 sndgo fLefiirig iiaiieeji thi3Tca oriitre8 Thereisi aiargi spiingat the foot of it that furr niches plenty of pare twA J twelve foot rail caa jbe h rreltl j endways with perfectease Insatthe trite An oldgrahorsewg v ooceirowned during ar snatkier i frtAkd lodgeJ rios pf lLh4 XBK +ch f hollOwl ttADAMsAtrjoiblilt father of Mr i Irvine f this cpanty died at nearHarrodsburg last i day after a long lUftew AiiQlIIceased was sixty two age and ne of the t esteemed cItizens of Mercer county He siicidxeiUbjr mri fsoas andtwdauhts j i J3pij tlClrtaJI IrTakeINE tabla AllrllC fijtiu fk HeTifjt fUsM cee W Grehs 1Hiatare is ea eacli ix iiti Oa last Friday nigt- To Roylty hoteihe iu- theearailwiyyatds iWMtM to his dutie Jolrig ttertbe gineeia the yards ie wastf 4fhewastbemauwhojadiaee 4 the place of a colored man w1 was discharged some 111114qo 71 a d when he repliedIbM be was U tlt3 maa the Begrodrew a revol verand atteiti4ed to kill WSesin r Lilai danger Mr ioyafty threw np hw band4 knock Ufee un aside and tleballect Wr i feffect ill his hanfriiqttetng s ft fpail1fl 4 O Moiday Mr wsot to Harrodsbmrg walt fI jK gru Who bad Ired ad iakap tobss he s etIit S UIBS ttetnegro J who ptOtobNiJoi TltrM of Alton to go jJwith bin to thtresiduc ol QtietolP 1 Arriving tf rrr 1t1 rtJ r bi td Mbhal tvlof ttiii city4 wtbrkgL r tIIi p to this f f dlen1snd li t lltI Eoyhyjs wiuIiW in his dentiiitn4 swe r t heisi M41 IPOdJd ttecut besjsiettxifcbtwas iaB1wLEonIFzMay nn bers 1Jj WLfqRIA limtlHrit f 1 +4f t TJ T ITS t m THE NEWSLEADER rV1ILaD IVI1IY Th1ISDAT 1 A YKAft IN ADVANCE IPIflGFiELD KY h fi f LL DAV1M4 Jr I ci tMa1 biM IMI lC rt p r 4 Il atI c s tffOIIIk4MI 4 its aa4 joUUcalmatUr S 4 wwk H i at tow rates bet cash vt W fM toUrery of goods L IIS4 li i MJJUMlM ad TCMlutteas ff ripct 3 ji dJtOtlHwrN IMTT Magistral 1950 iTors 500 cw4rts lr TMUIWDAT FEBRUARY 16 1905 The cckbraied libel case 1a4int K W Knott and the I Evening Post brought about by the pub catkxi of articles in the Post chargingone Pat Sharkey with keeping a saloon and dive i irhfcliira a reort for theives thugs and deaoputable charac tar Notwithstanding the fact ti that the defendants at the trialI practically proved about all the charge that were brought the 4jury foaada verdict against the accused lor a fine of 500 The public generally will endorse the seR meftt exprewed bytheAttQE neys for the defense at the close of the trial which is as follows We were trying J this case on jg the sound jjudgment of the peo IpleQf Louisville and we are will ing to abide by their decision which was constantly expressed aU over the city in the llast few days Mr Knott jis more than willing to pay 500 in order to give to the fathers and mothers wr j of Louisville the information v V ltwhi b has been giving them by the Eyening Post t c Goy Beckham has signed the bill providing for the purchase of V the Hurt property for the new 43fcapitol site and the capitol corn mission will go ahead and make tle4 purchase The additional Vg jbkwhic4ls desired by some of the members of the Legisla tire will not bo purchased At ter all the State was let off very well by the special session and the people should feel a reeif that the capitol question is set tIed and that the state vcill be- provided in time with a capitol building of which all may be proud The ice in the livers which has accumulated during the recent J cold spell is causing great un easiness along the course of cer tain streams Both the Ohio Kentucky rivers are falling 1 1nd It ia feared that much damage will result when the ice gorges break There is a gorge in tl Ohio nearly 20Q miles inIo Jteingth extending from Maysville topriot Ind At Medcc Bar j thegorge iis over forty feel high It is estimated that 100000 logsI are floating down the Kentucky river Guards are patrolling the Licking river to r port any break in the ice 555 John W Gates made the pre diction m Chicago yesterday that there would be a big advance- in wheat within the next sixty broIkerst a bushel This would help t thPI farmers very little as most the wheat has passed from their hands The speculators are only working for their own gain and to advance the price of bread- Have you taken advantage of 4 4our BigThree offers The News Leader the Southern Agricultu 1st and the Weekly Louisville Herald one year 120or the NewsLeader Southern Agricul turist aM the Weekly Courier- Jovrnal one year for 140 The S offers ripen for alimited time oiy J uiiFiFi1 jithfaff MSwI 3kediior Protrod IiPt PrMirteto refund money htt O1XTZXT faU to CIU Uer K IIfr jq 6 to O1 Trstapli mK iM rest Gc I rr4it Msnt It ued Soc jtJ ipi and It wilt Wforwarnsd jx at phd by Paris McdcIsCoSt Ipnis Mo iJ if wwiifi W6iNMW KinivHWVi N WS FFtnj The County1tD J IILrUappsjI liti Ceunti People c= ifois Reported by our Correspondents i 1 1 oooo f Valley lUll MiAddieLee2ilpAtteti a dance near Doe Run Thursday night Jerome Warner and family visited at the Derringer home Sunday IT V- W R Janeof near ypurjown vislied t1 eJLj oxn oma- SU1d11 II i SP Delrlffger and1 wife of your town were in our midst Thursday 1 MW Seayuod wife 0f Oik dale visited at the James patJey home Sunday L The Derrldgec Brothers sold their CrOp of tobacco to ihe Americaa Tobacco Coy Charley Lewis purchased a large wprk hprse from Bill Cheatham last week Will Grigsby Sand Ned Grace of near Poor Town were incur midst Thursday Qflj9jflSS Dr Smock the honorable you town was4n ourS midst Ijriday attending sick pa iierip We are glad to report Mr W T Bedm convalescent at vhis writing It iis hoped bi bis many friends that He will be out again soon Mr John Riley who recantly moved to Nelson came upThurs day after another load of plun der Sort of a bad day lor mov ing tco MW Seay of Oak Jill has wassfrcntly purchased of A B Walker to Barry DprringerreS aJizh g a neat profit in the tran saction Miss Grace Lair wlo returned to the home of her sister at tfiis place accompained byMiss Nannie Pirikston visited the latters brother E J Piokstoh of Poortowni a few da s of last week Mr James L Moran happened to qui e a severe accident one night last vk While leading and carrying a- lantern and a basket of corn he sipped and fell upon his left hip and elbow o idly br sing them He is riot able to be out set W N Elliott called in a few of his neighbors and the block and tackle to aid his black horse la regaining hs foot hold Monl day morning Cold weather andIllack of weather boarding was the cause 9 hisbemg unable to iiselafter kUeelin to thank his hum ble master fura bunch pf hiy It seems as though Poor Town has again awakened into activity During the lasttwo weeks sodas havebeon raging Three have beth reported as follows one at S C VanArsdales one atJas OConnors another at Bl J Pinkstons Fridny night in honor of Misses Lair and Pinkston two i ourrneigbborhood that city All were attended byta picked crowd All report most enjoyable tme It seems as thongh Thos A GI undy was playing his part in the last act during the past week Having purchased some sorghum from your correspondent IpadandeI helhitchedup sorghumI to the roadHe then unhitched her and got behjnd the sled and began pushing it home As it was slick avery thing worked all right until beg Jt to a bridge apd the sled began running sidewise II I t g01Qgttoj back against the standardho stop IIhisdown but before he could catch himsslf he was in the branch belOw Fortunately the water was not deep and he came on alLjrighj We have nut heard whether or IJothe got home without the aid of Old Beck ANOTHER COON STORY noticejcnmmonas er correspondents are trying to rule us off the floor W will try to keep our record up Brother Jensonton has it on the fox stories but Lilac and Har dety are somewhat off Wo also wish to inform the Jeison tot brother that we havea Dead Shcot Bill in our neighborhood for Mr Bill Elliott and Chas Montgomery went Out into a wed field to get a mess of rab bits and they sure did for they fell led 38 rabbits and left nine t vouch for the truthfulness of the stoy and the accuracy of our dead shots Hardesty also tries to rule us out with his common coon hunt but he shallj not do that or at least he will have to come agaic for Mr Tom Cammack says that he went coon hunting down cn Chaplin River in the lower part of the county and cu a large poplar tree and killed 24 coons two ret squir rels and apout a dozen flying squirrels and it wasnt a good day for coons eithe Wilt the coon hunters come again W i have another coon hunt laid away to season told byu truthful man and vouched for by many valuable citizens as is this one ir tJNO ralliam Springs frs Charlie Gibson is very low with consumption Rumor reports a wedding ini this community soon Mr Joe Burkhead has gone tto Louisville this week with his tobacco Oscar Foster bought a new buggy from Willham Co last week for 83 Mr Elisha White Sr is very sick at the home of his daughter Mrs John D Keeling We would b2 very glad to hear of hjs recovery soon Mr Samuel Royalty and sistor Lula of Anderson county visited relatives near Pleasant Hill Sat urday night and atteJde church here Sunday The hotel at this place has a1 large supply of ice for the sum mer so IU who wants 10 visitt there neednt be afraid of not having good ice water to drink I dont think that we ever heard of as much tobacco being- raised in the winter time as we have this winter Isuppose they call them winter crops IMEssrs Samuel and James Burkheadj of Indian are visit weekIr Kentucky Jioine for ten or welve yezlrs Obmar jBurkhead the son of Mi Joe Burkhead nappened to a very unwelcome accident He and tils little brothers were and he caught his hand playingIIII some rocks tearing his most off last two weeks has been a ITh dangerous time on accountt ice We read of several getting wounded in our last weeks JohnIon the ice breaking several ribs and nbe is very old there is little hope of his recovery Diad FaBrWy lO Mrs Otis Jenkins wite of Mr Willie Jeu kins and the daughter of Mrs Bettie Mobjey Deceased was 21 J cars old hod been lingering tIF YOU CANT GET OOTI x This coM weatlipr call up j i MCELROY BRO IFOR + Pa Corn Tornat s sweet PotatesJ + J String Beans Hcminy Homiry Flakes Heinzs V Baked Beans Beans Evaporated and Country + Dried Apples Evaporated Peaches Apricots + 4 Etc EtcS + Breakfast Bacon GlassI Jars French Sardines Mackerel WhiteFishS s- IS I IS PICKLE3sweetand Sour Bulk and Bottles Olives Olive Oil 5f Evaporated Horse Radish Prepared mustards Etc IMAPUNE Something new for Cakes and Candies T tOPrNew Patterns in DINNER SETS just received M BKRGT IN FOR 4 1 ASetChinlPlatesforonl YOUff 1 g I yeFrtalong with that dreaded disaasei loved by all who knew Jier ar was a member of the Baptist church at this place and attend church as long as her health would permit She Jleaves be sides her husband and mother one sistpr arid one brother besides toeserIvices conducted at Rockbrd e church after which the rem ins were interred ia the Rockbi1i Ige cerneterl oJiMOQRESVILLE I raDi1yofY fatberoJoe Bishop bought of John Kinder his crop of tobacco ai 9 cents per pound and resold it tio Mr Moss for a pront Mr Ben Crow and family left yIllinoishome We yish him success Mr Joseph Bishop deivered a crop of tobacco to the American Tobacco Co at Springfielil last Saturday It was raUel on his place by Mr Ally Grigsby Mr Bishop bought Mr4 Grigsby part in the crop for 600 and sold j pelI0 poundsMr J B Hawkins depaited this life Tuesday of last week o1 p eumonh aged 55 years Hf leaves awife and four children He had been livincrat Wood law for several years Interment tock place at Mt Zion cemetery aftei UibbsofPoplaFlat Hawiwas a member Ti the family we eXend our sympathy A very large crowd amended the sale rf Jt ison Lyddane which took p1ace last Thursday Hous hold and kitchen furniture brought gnod prices farming utensils sold well Corn sold ai 49 cents a bushel ore cow sold for 2725 on for 821 25 one yearling uhlly30 one 2 year old mue70 25 one 4 year old mare 35 one 2 horse wagun and harness SG5 25 W B Barlow auctioneer biiscy Byron Parks has a new rubber tire trap- LEvan Armstrong bought a a horse irom Steve Royalty for 85r Mrs Clara McMakin of Chap lin is the guest of Mrs Will Mer ritt Captainsg at Pbtin Sunday daughterrare spend ng several days with friends at Tathara Mr Edd Brch and wife ar visiting the lutters aunt Mrs Hottie Gibbs ut Willisbutg The gun that was raM d off at ibis place Sa urdar night wa was won by Hark Snehan Mr Charlie Oder of Fenwick spent Sanday with his mother at this place who is dangerously sick Mrs Bertha Miller who has been dn the sick list for some wrhlingRobert Thompson and Clifton Leachman attended the funeral tof there uncle Josh Adams att Harrodsburg Miss Frances Litsey wno is at tending school a your toin spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents Mr and Ms Alfred Litsey Texas J LJIayeSundiiy Dora to the wife of James Chandler Feb 12tha boy Mrs George Gibbs is very ill off la grippe at this writing W R Qocanougher who has been very sck for some time isi able to oe out again Wiinri re Peterson was mLulisville tilts week with tobacco He reports the market dulllJacob Peterson and wife vi siI 1rajAfarion j Rev J W Campbell who has j bjen conducting a meeting intScottsbu g Ind has rnturn d t bornesMiss ZouJa Campuell who has been the pl asait visitor at this place for several days has returned to her home in Louisyilll J D Peterson and wife visited at ihe home 01 1Jie latter in Nell son county Sunday They were acrompanied home by her sster Miss NancySeazyo Frederlclcstownnt4 Fr Pietors was in Springfield Wednesday on business 4SmtLhi 4 Wednesday till Mr Thos Hamilton was iIi Lousville Tuesday and WednesJday od business T Misses Myr le and EttaCroi J I Democratic Candidates IThedolIowmg gentleman wet e declared the nominees of th party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au gust 6tb 1904 They are to be voted for at the regular election November 1905 LitseyIFor Co Attorney T S Mayes County ClerkW F Booker Repstnttive W D Claybrooke or Sher ifiJ S Osbourne Supt of SchoolsJ W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett ForAssessorT P OBrykn W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery viitedtheir sster Mrs J L Ha nihon last Rriday Mr Robert Nally has returned to Atbertonvilleafter yisit to his parents at this place Mr Joe Conner and MJSS Mabi Williams spent Wednesdy iin Springfield Ibe guest of Mis Williams Mr and Mrs Montgomery Tom Fitzgerald Mrs Connor Mrs S J Hamilton and Mrs Shaunty are on the sick iist Messrs Shepherd and V aeihj were here last week looking af ter the lumber business They will move a saw mill here in the springLFEN WICK 1V The sick in our community areconsalescingS Several from here attended the hop at pour townFriday eve fling C W Oder spent Sunday wit the family of Charley Hines dt Litsey Mr Lawrence and Miss Rose Adams were at Seaville last WcekSMisses Anna Logsdon ard Le na Barker were in your town the firstof the week Mr Lawre ice Adims has re turned to Louisville after a pleasT mt visit to friends and relatives here 6 C W Oder and Dick Adams ire repairing the toll gate house purchasdMist es Minnie Leta and Lou Barker and Annie Logsdon weie tbe guesjts at the home of J N Bowles and family Saturday and iunday lSHANDKERCHIEF CASE Ineful When Trnyellnar and Mao For CollarM anti Stock A handy handkerchief case for wom en who travel Is one of those utterly simple little Inventions that are so won derfully helpful unit can Le enlarged upon or developed Into n dozen ollierI things as satisfactory In themselves A double use for It by tlc way Is to tuck turnover collars and stocks in the division under the handkerchiefs J Take two strips of silk or ribbon each twelve Inches long by four wide lay cotton batting with sachet powder Inserted smoothly over both pieces and line them with silk or another color or whiteSLay one Qn tile other crossing that the centers of both are In the ihspot and sew along the edges of the outer strip leaving the edges of the Inner strip free Then tuck rtlialf Inch- S ribbon to the center of the outside fold the inner strip in three by laynig each end over flat and fold the outer over In the same way tying the ribbon secure ly In a bow on top The folds both lengthwise and doss WIse will prevent your handkerchiefs from working out as they do so oCtet III handkerchief cases And collars cnn be deftly slipped between outer and Inner strip and JollIed over the l1andj Tcerchiefs They will muss less thjs way It your space Is too limited to i box them comfortably than any other way PhIladeiphia North American t t FLAKY PASTRY rIIOTT to Mix Work tftaif Sliape It to grt Good Iloulta- Forj aky pastry sift together three nnd n liair cups of sifted flour twit n teaspoonful of bakjng powder and a teaspaonful gf salt Thoroughly work l In half a cup of lard then moisten with hnlf a cup of very cold water Turn onto a floured board rind roll into a thin oblong Viash half a cup of butter Intcold water and work until smooth pat ting cut rill the water then shapejnto c nonethirdit In the middle and folding one sideS ercilly over it mId the other side on tthusoath under the butter pat gently to press out oily air bubbles then roll In to oblong strip Fold again evenly to t make three Inters turn half round antiproll again Repeat the folding and lug twice isurc mad the pastry Is readyrfor use TJiis process sounds tediousfbut really Is very simple paste should be soft though to rolLeasily but not te sticky jInstlJ shouljl not be rpllevl back tjnd Ijistead rt long cbntlnuou mar ton from the point nearest tho opprator PlcS3JngIt usn swfcplug motion to Ceiside but ahvaya lift the rolling pintand start In again rit the point ncirecist Pilgrim r SSTHE HOME DOCTOR i bdrinkra Three parts of white vaseline and one ci r bismuth make an old flUd well known ointment for skin diseases Castor oil Is said to llose all the tits qualitos for which It Is fa st mous if mingled with orange Juice hi Ilonrseiiess may be relieved by beat w ng thoroughly the white of an egg and to ddding lemon Juice and sugar An 0bdionnl teaspoonful Is thcdose the To relieve n gumboil a homely rem is to take a thin strip of jdrled fig lt lU mill toast It and tljen apply heoti lcedv I usDontU1Jltom pnc1nona kietl aecu nun oreact and mfilc poultices should be usdon y by a eoo1theyI for if they are permitted to aggravate rather than relieve The dis itense Porotiy Dlctloary Dorothy had driven half the house 1hold wIld by her attempts to discover the meaning of a word At last her mother In despair took down the big unabridged dictionary and showed it The next day Dorothy was n strange house and got Into an argu ment with the youths of the place over the meaning of another word To con vince her that they were right they pulled out n small school dictionary and showed her the definition But If they expected Dorothy to be Impressed they were bitterly mistaken Huh said she wrinkling up Tier nose and mouth tnn highly insulting and sarcastic manner That dlckshon ery dont count Thats only one of those old bridge dickshoherles Wait till you come to my house and Ill show you Im right with our big unbridged one Staffed Peppers Cut the stem ends of tlarge sweet pep pers and dig out the seeds taking care not to have them touch the sides or LnyIewater for aH hour Have ready atgood mince of ham of chicken of veal or or lamb with breadcrumbs or cold boiled rice worked up with It to avoid soggi ness Season with onion Juice salt butter and gravy also tomato Juice If you have It Flit the peppers with this and pack open ends up in a bake dish or pan Fill in between them with a good gravy Strew fine crumbs over the tops and bake covered half an hour Tbfcn brownSClcnnlnj Laces Here Is a wrinkle says a late Eng lish magazine for cleaning laces at home You must often have despaired of getting your Jape that delightfully dingy yet elean color whch you see in the shops Make some very weak tea and add a fw drops of India ink the Lest tto tlctea Dip In your lace COUNTESS POTOCKA hrhe Woman Who Sang to Chopin aa lie Sank to Death tAs the great Chopin lay dying his soul was ushered out by the song of the beautiful Countess Uelphine To tocka who hail been his dearest confi danteamrfrlend The romance of their fricudsliip one of the sweetest in his tpry is related by Gnstav Kobbe in the Delineator The last tragic scene In the life of the compbser hUB often been de scribed and has been painted by Bar rios but It Is scrtoiichiug that one may well read another version of it Mr Kobbe writes Then came what is perhaps tho most touching scene that has been handed down to us from the lives of the great composers When Delphlno entered what was soon to be the death chamber Chopins sister Louise and n few 6f lills most intimate friends were gathered there She tpok her place by Louise When the dying man opened his eyes and saw her standing at the foot of his bed tall slight draped in white resembling n beautiful angel and mingling her tearS with those of Louise his lips moved and those near est him bending over to cutch lib words heard him ask that she wpuld sing Mastering her emotion by a sfrong jeffort ot the will she snug In n voice ot belllike purity the canticle to the Vir gin attributed to Strntlellasnug It fio devoutly so thereally that the dying man artist and lover of the beautlfu jto the very lattt whiscered in ecstasy How exquisite Again again Once more site sang this lime a psalm by Marcello It was the haune lhour of twilight The dying day draped the scene in its mysterious shadows Those at the bedside had sunk noIse- lesslyl on thejr4knds Over the mourn ful accompaniment of sobs floated the voice of Delphine like a melody from heaven 4 BEGGARS APPEALS I Row the Profe lonal flnse Them on the Public EmptlonB Never do panhandlers rake the mist take of appealing to the reason The emotions otthecfowd only are at tacked There iis always a complete human story in flic Pos What for stance could be morcCQmpelUbg ot sympathy than the spectacle of the lent old graybeard patiently and de spairingly as it seemed1 grinding a wheezy old organ which he had tied Into n4brokeiid6wn baby carriage The suggestiveness of that perambulator coupled with the walls of that organ more forlorn than mortal child ver ut tered Avaa worth dollars a day to the old fellow It Wits reprehensible art of course but art nevertheless And the artist grew rich for when In vestigated by the police he was found to be the owner of many houses In Ho boken Again could there be anything more likely to excite compassion thnn the crust throwing trick It was invented by n German beggar named Lang whose French dlciple Leiuairc prat- lced It subse iucnOy I have seen a rust thrower operating IiJ Sixth aye ite lifewas a Keiftvell dresseil man who walked swiftly wn through the crowds of shoppers Suddenly lit ut- ered a hoarspcry and darted out Into the roadway where pouncing upon a crust of bread which he had thrown there previously he began gnawing It ravenously lIe did not wait for sym atliy He walked rapidly away but a umber of women who saw the act ron after him rtnd crowded one another or the privilege of giving HIm money Theodore Wiitqrs 11 Everybodys Magazine i Tlie Dragon Tree Tho dragpn treb Draqicna drncoJ Which yields thp astringent gum rcSla called dragons blood Is an old settler j ilosan3i own of Orotava Tenerife which was feet In circumference at the base hollow Inside with a staircase for visitors to ascend tp the branch ing top of the trunks Humboldt ro In 1beenI pyricids This giant went down In a hiurrtg anoin 1867Tlie Sold anti LelttlA lawyer bad a horse that always G coppedKoJllpplnSj cross It so he advertised him ToBe sold for no other reason than that owner wants to get out ofrownIOi A Stronjr Part SoubretteYes tho underattxly iays used to have a Very strong part oq e stage ComedlangQ hp did Itced to bs a scene shifter and lift ti- ountains and castles Chicago Newt X OHD 000 I Table Suppliesn When you are short of grocery supt rplies we want you to telephone us Ifyou are in a hurry tell us that andweII show you how promptly we can r8por d r All the seasons good things fresh ntft reasonable Just now T J t FINECOFFEES1I-I i T ftviigg i 1 1fit I fiti III That f wish to especially icalllS attention to Here ar a few 1eding brands v 3 f Old Kentucky at 25c per pund Costo Rica at 17c per pound5 Xw+ irc irMritito at l5cperpound IgSi 3 fr l Lion 2 J 1jpackages fbr25c tBplr Golden Bio 1l1 iatSOcr green i i f J Sold in Springfield only byrne VerlJlS j Fine t P t TO TOIIMine McElrolty r J 5 HHHXKK QQ r jTIGomJJ i j1 IHORSES and w m At Our stable in Springfield on FpidayyFbyi7 m Beginning at 1Q am wewjll have a i4 combinationsal at which will be Sold j a large number of good horses andS mules and a few young jacks m4 4Tnis is a great opportunity for anyone wanting ahorse for any pur pose ora gpod team of work mules m r j JjIim S M Campbell Aircttoaceiv f to L BBBEE B8DliiS I A BUSINESS BOOKKEEFINCS SHORTHAND TVPEWRIrIN TE E H MULES L 1 4iiTI to the y4uirMItr 1OfiNtf Ea one in JhteWrlttHc beautiful ttQoccupying po1tk lailOV l mrtlled tofOIl PREB School pe all the year Students can enterat any time 1 E J WRIGHT 4 =j f FREt TO SUBSCRIBERS a1 11 gOIR GREAt 1905 OFFER wt We have purchased a number of annual subacripttoas to i1jj t Agriculturistt and alowg as they last we will give 6M- f f f FREE OP CHAR Eto every subscriber who Tor TxE Ni r ita itiflTj a full in advanced If jou ate ha arrears HI JP Ai LiOV and get this valuable resent re iot zlrea4au- i IrNsubscriber senU prd er at once befose cter is W ithflrawn Ilt I lr jiSOUTHERN AQPIOULTURIST t r Is published at Nashville It is issued Jftfartt a yezisad i WaM illv more reading intter than most llrppers 5 r v ttedited Southern elf kriow tji needs GSol1t1leu tare T OFFER 1 t50IN VALUE FOR siod kk ButyouBiust hurry This propoiitloa yltt tbe bls t indefinitely = kiopen NEWSLEERIS1LD x- v1 v- I Sample Copies Sotrn JoIfiI Qtc AiiUs Uncle George I have rtad your ArU le over and PVtnnst sajt it how reat deal of Originality ArtharA bnnks IlDSurer I flattered myself here were souiq i It UltCfe jeorge Oh I t speaking li th- omposition but of the spelling The paL Nortiyttpnv did the uCWPI1yt in the usual way Nordy t do you call thusmileiid 1 fOiAntWIln n whirl af hats had fMtJ14 cloaks Hojwtob 1HIC It Isnot t rpJinut bsaee fii lhiti3 but dirJcoltics tiiit tMathews it irEDUCATlQW 1sabolsteiyaeceJS Seven experienced teacbers ckr i y specialist his 1 book giving te8tl QUk graduates prominent rtlUnItedState1bW111 be PRESIDED iIke Southern pays LEADER year inour IfYQ1t t1jtat iS l Tenn cOntains by awe KY 4tIergiaailt 1lktsIB wjsB Ciststa7 muW teY4P4Ja1I4b A Irihl 8eitIemaMkd a dft 4tlintl j wastlp1 R l to ji b s he cent Ucr to a fair taUft ad and toldf 113 l f3Hiu toJ o ftt to IOU Iwr wltho ietli V bey imaw her ftti1p ne bo bosie a bra price bteeait Kto master ie aud UAr 0tt sure JI I did wu pItt me k Be IIIII 3i LSJ4 be trOO- JIDImiIF WJ YOs ir1siLItS ItoI T dlpliurncr iwith ait tooth courtesy aa you can aCsrpenur j1 apiiI7iir171T VV H if b J 1TT 4 IIliIM I I I II isis by HAPL t ROTHERS V F 3 4 I N c nr P14 emI F 4astaevhtr breattleM icrattay WlMre are yo frT Be asked rMLCa4riMi brefce te the CHAt lf 7sqt ds et reaitMfcer H de Chaox k TiMe Me Nrd ye when you were aeWU it asd bowed to De CiMMxrlHe 3 I tfcxM yerebered you he MM K we iftt met Aft er a chUifco te knit a Mialature Is Jt itr 7 MPeriMiH aaewered Catriaa and f ws the IItre deveIep It lose 0 I MM Mkcy whkh WM Its chief ctam lite to Iteiametz as if t hec coavena i r with JaIl f L de Ch vxTille yea surely have aewV brake la the cerates cackling reice I have begged M Stelometz 4ThI it to an fdctt 1 oiale to believe otorious a bad char acted Aurety the news is from London De MUVUJe sail have BothlBg frew Paris l SHe giaBced at Stelnmetr who was frewaiBg ur caa hardly tell yotl stale news that comes from London via Paris can ir he continued WAbHt whom about whom crIedJ the couateM clapping her soft together Well abewt Prtece Paul 4 Chaaxville leekhig at Steinmetz iry Aeftaace Stelametz moved a little He placed hlawelf la treat of Catrina who had cvMeay lest cotor She see his broad back The others la the reea peold aot aee her at alL She was rather Maall jtad Steinmetz hid her as behlad a screes 0IAh he said to the countess his marriage Big madame the countess aeearedly knows of that How coatt slier put la De Chaux j vile The covateM knew that Prince Paul was going to be married explained Karl Stelametz very slowly as if he wtehed to give some one time With Hell a maR as he going to be is not very far frem being 0I0Thea it to an fact isid the countess sharply =answered Steinmetz n XIV B SOWERS II II IICpyrlgkt J ICIiijrwJI 0F4L7 ptwMcI accWeatally twIN4qaJ 44akw ceattwriag tu F IsL 0CHAPTER Yeaterday accomplUhtd accomplished IlghtlTuWe couJdBJt handilI withc r UT I coafess I cannot under IsIIs eel lIB the title I presume you have to arighttoitr Etta looked ap from her occupation ef MxlBg a bracelet with a little glance theThey had been married a m6nth The koseyrnoona short one had been passed In the house of a friend 0j5 answer Paul merely smiled affec tloaately tolerant of her tsharPn ness of manner Your bright woman j wln society is apt to be keen at home I What Is called vivacity abroad may easily degenerate Into snapplness by the hearth Itthiak it is rather ridiculous being en called plain Mrs Howard Alexis add 10ed Etta wlth a poutIlP 01They were going to a ball the first ance theIr marriage They bad just diited aad Paul had followed his wife lnSple minded delight in her beauty which was of the description that is at ItsCj best la a gorgeous setting He stood looking at her noting her grace herIpretty fttadted movements There were he refected few women more beautl tiHose In his estimation compare with herIj Already however he was beginning to discover certain small differences tboughttJtachcd aa Importance to social tune tine to socla oplnlan to social duties which he iu nowise understood In i Tltattoa were showered upOn them Theee iavitatioas Etta accepted ea colerIyof a crime to refuse an invitation and go through life regretting that there Is thealya Paw these calls were nothing new His- seccctary had hitherto drawn a hand aMM aatary for doing little more than iue seek It WM Ia Ettas aature to be some what canted away by glitter A great Wttroc fcrilllMt Illumination music Jtorers ad aUmeeda had aa steeL her which site sejeyed JIs aatici jpaMin Ear eyes gteaEaed brightly on thSr 1tItee tMr BMrriae she had never kM M beautiful her eyes had sever l ij MKM uparkltaff her cefor so- bril tM ftt tkta ttowe t whea she ask fcr hajiiaad Ie let her MM her title c atftittMttfesda OR tile 10ft et fo M bet on the tiairatioa of aesy 4 A foreign iitteM answeMd Paul is f BOdUajr la Enftaatf J It T THE sever taken the place you are entm4 teJa consequence Whet place TIM place la society she answered Oh does that matter I never thought of it theIlady with an astonished little Iaug uOf course It matters answered E ta more thanwell more than an thing But the position that depends upon a foreign title cannot beot much vale said the pupil of Karl Stein metz Etta shook her pretty bead reflective ly Of course she answered moneys makes a position of its own and every body knows that you are a prince but it wojJfe be nicer with the servants and everybody to be a princes- siI am afraid I cannot do it sal Paul Then there is some reason for It answered his wife looking at him sharply The reason Is the responsibility that attaches to the very title you wish to wearSThe lady smiled a little scornfully perhaps Oh your grubby pld peasants I pose she said supJj 0Yes You remember Etta what I told you before we were married about the people I mean 0Oh yes answered Etta glancing at the clock and hiding a little yawn behind her fan I did not tell you all went on Paul partly because it was inexpe 0dlent partly because I feared it might bore you I only told you that I wa vaguely interested In the peasants and thought it would be a good thing Iif they could be gradually educated into a greater self respects a greater rc gird for cleanliness and that sort thing otI 0Yea dear I remember Etta listlessly contemplating her IWeUor three years I have tried to put IIt Into practice Steinmetz and I have lived at Osterno six months of the year on purpose to organize matters on the estate I was deeply Implicated In tb Charity league Etta dropped her fan with a clutter Into the fender Oh I hope It is not broken she gasped with a singular breathlesctiess I do not think so replied Paul picking up the fan and returning It to herUWhy you look quite white What does it matter If it is broken You have others Yes butEttn paused opening the fan and examining the sticks so that her face was hidden by 1be feathers yes but I like this one What Is the Charity league dear It was a large organization got up by the hereditary nobles Of Russia to educate the people and better their clr cumstances by discriminate charity Of cOurse It had to be kept secret as the bureaucracy Is against any attempt to civilize the peopleragalnst ed newsIoneJthe house of Count Stepan Lanovltch and sold them to the government The Lano17ltchhome and Steinmetz faced the storm alone in Osterno He was too clever for them and nothing was brought home to us But you will understand that it lis necessary for us to avoid any 0otorietyvately as possible You can never gQ back to Russia aid Etta slowly feeling her ground sit were Oh yes I can I was just coming that I want to go back this winter There is so much to be done And I w4ntyou to come with me VnTinl no I coudn1do at cried Etta with a ring of bor ror in her voice strangely out of keep ng with her peaceful and luxurious urroundingsSWhy notr asked the man who GadJ ever known fenrIOh I should be afraid I couldnt j hate RussiallBut you awaynndtrain no of course notonly Petersburg I I mean But t have heard flndm18erabrclI thlswlnI lyou are a g me too much I am only asking a proof that youJl are for me Etta gave a little laugh a nervousIlaugh with no mirth In it uA proof But that Is so boutgeols and unnecessary Havent you proof enough since I am your wife signJbeing was expressive of that Immova hithertoIsoul against which prayer and argu went were alike unavailing Etta looked at him The color was ming back to her face In patches There was something unsteady In her eyes something suggestive that fore first time in her life she was daunted by ri roan It was not Pauls peecl but his silence that alarmed her She felt that trivial arguments small feminine reasons were without weight Now that you are married she sold I do not think you have any posltlon1 have done It with Impunty fore last two tor three years he an Jswethe tk is small I have begun the- ntbingBow I must go on with it Then the Ch Charity league is for gotten she said Xo answered her husband quietly It will not be forgotten until we und out who sold us to the haveI l neat Ettas lips movediln a iingular way 1JJte drew them la aadheld them with IMT tMKh F illIIIBtJter beuU t expression ot wlIt JJI e u1 by tllat 4l k evenly Iaszea Oh nothing I do not care oi way or the other But there are some muchIm st you e answered Paul In some surprise Maggie Is such a splendid compan ton she said She Is so easy to please I think she would come if you asked her Paul uIf you want her I shall ask her of course but it may hinder us a littler thought you might be able to help us with the women you know Etde thought of contempt Yes of course she said ult Is so nice to be able to do good with ones money Iult Is not a bad place he saldua fine castle one of the finest Before I came any I ga hjEurope for your rooms to be done up like everything to be nice for you hI know you would dear she an swered glancing at the clock The carriage was ordered for a quarter past 10 But I suppose she went on that socially speaking we shall be rather Isolated The nearest neighbors said Paul quietly are the Lanovltches Who The Lauovitches Do you know them 7 Of course not answered Etta sharply But I seem to know the name Were there any In St Peters burg uThe same people answered Paul Count Stepari LanovItch Etta was Uobklng at her husband with her brlglft smile It was a little too bright perhaps Her eyes had a gleam in them She was conscious of being beautifully dressed conscious of her own matchless beauty almost dauntless like a very strong map armed Well I think I am a model wife she said to5 give In meekly to your tyranny to go and bury myself in the heart ol Russia In the middle of win ter By the way we must buy some furs that will be rather exciting Buts you must not expect me to be very In tlmate with your Russian friends I iam not quite sure that I like Russians lshe went towardyhim laying her two hands gently on his broad breast and sureIever but be very careful Now I must go and finish dressing We shall be late as It Is She gathered together her fan and gloves for she had petulantly dragged off a pair which did not fit And you will ask Maggie to come with us she said IHeheld open the door for her to pass out gravely polite even to his wIle this old fashioned man Yes he answered but why do you want me to ask her Because I want her to come CHAPTER XV ball to which Paul arid Ettn going was managed by titled ladles who knew business well The price of the tickets was fabulous The sue l cess pf the baH was therefore aforeIgone conclusion In French fiction there is Invariably a murmur of up- plause when the heroine enters a roome full of people but there was no ap plause when Paul and Etta made their appearance That lady had ueverthe Iless the satisfaction of perceiving glances not only of admiration but of interest and even of disapproval among her own sex To Paull this ball was much like oth 0h 0erafriends of his youth tall clean tea- a tured clean limbed men with a tend t ency toward length and spareness OwhoSome of them Introduced him to their hwivesset him down as nice but dull a form of faint praise which failed to damn There were a number of ladles to whom It was necessary for him to bow In acknowledgment of past favors which had missed their mark And all the while Karl Steinmetz was storming in lila guttural English jit the door upbraiding hired waiters for their stupidly In accepting two h literal facts literally The one fact C was that they were forbldden to admit anyone without a ticket the second fact being that tickets were not to be = obtained at the price of eIther one or the other of the two great motives man love or money otI Steinmetz was Teutonic mill iinp ing with the ribbon of a great order on iris breast JIe mentioned the names of several Indies who might have been but were not of the committee Final ly however he mentioned the historic name of one whose husband had brayed more than one Russian emperor successfully for England Yes me lord her ladyships here answered the manSSteinmetz wrote on a card In mean ory of 50 let me In and sent In the fAed IWbnt Stelnmctz teas etormlny tn iff aut lural English o place for your deep laid machinations We are here to enjoy ourselves and found a hospltn1 Come In how ever I am delighted to see you You someII came to see Prince Pavlo an Rwered Steinmetz I must thank you for enabling me to do soa I may not bestIiand with his bak hamor pew half melancholy SWill JtofWwm 1 f voY Ileue nrst race ne recogni2ea was prcttj one Miss Maggie Delafleld just turning away from a partner was taking his leave when she looked across the room and saw Steinmetz lie had only met her once barely ex changing six words with her and frank friendly bow was rather n surprise to him She came toward him holding out her hand with an open friendliness which this young lady was In the habit of bestowing upon men and women impartially upon persons pf either sex who happened to meet wlth her approval Steinmetz she liked and there ail end to it I was afraid you did not recogn me she said 4 My life has not so many pleasures that I can afford to forget one them replied Steinmetz In his somewhat old fashioned courtesy But n i nod buffer shall I say hardly ex epeets to be taken much notice of by young ladles at a ball- I wanted to speak to you she said I have been asked to go cud stay Osterno iliujl I go By whom By Paul Then go said Steinmetz making one of the few mistakes of his life You think soyou want me to go Ach you must not put it like that It does not affect me your going frau leln Since you will be there Does that make a difference my dear young lady y Of course It does I wonder why Sp do I answered Maggie frankly I wonder why I have been wonder Ing why ever since Paul asked me If you had not been going I should Inn said No at once Krrl Stelnmetzlauglned quietly What do I represent he asked Safety she replied at once She gave a queer little laugh And Paul he said Strength replied Maggie promptly He looked down at hera momentary glance of wonder He was like a wom an Inasmuch as he judged a person by a flicker of the eyelids a glance a si lence In preference to Judging by th6 spoken word Thorn with us both to take care of lJrayeltbethere are no perils Something took place beneath the gray mustachea smile or a pursing up of the lips in doubt Ah I cannot go so far as that You may assure Lady Delafield that IwllI protect you as I would my own doug ter If well If the good God hi heaven had not had other uses for ii I should have had a daughter of yol nte1Ie took her back to her chaperon bowed In his old world way to both ladie and let them If I can help it my very dear young friend he suld to himself as be cross j ed the room looking for Paul you will not go to Osterno He found Paul talking to two men You mere said Paul In surprise Come up Into the gallery A certain listlessness which had been j his a moment before vanished when Paul recognized his friend He led ti wily up the narrow stairs In the gal j 11seeking tWhatr = down Bad replied Stelumetz We have had the misfortune to make a danger ous Claude tie Chanxvllle jjVCluudePaulYes He wanted to marry yo ircwife for her money Paul leaned forward and dragged at is j great lair mustache He was not subtle man analyzing his own j tiioughts Hud he been he might hay wondered winy lie was not more Jeal l us In respect to Etta Or went oil Steinmetz It m1 ave been the other tljing It Is a j singular thing that ninny men lucapa hie of a lifelong love can conceive ntJ lifelong hatred bused on that love jjhisjj rldoubtantipathy because you married dame hisIsI a I dare say replied Pub But I am not afraid of Claude de shinurvilie4j am mid Steinmetz He Is up j to some mischief I wns cnllhur iirs u DITIME e h experienced farmers a has learned that someli differI as some crops need differ than others fenthandling that a great eal depends upon right g planting at the rightStime and that the soil 0must be kept enrichedyNo use of complaining h in summer about a mis take made in the pringslDecide before the seedalis dy 11tIIt the human body is before the evil Iis too deep his rooted At the first evi dcnc of loss of flesh esScottsshould be taken imme diately There is nothhing that will repair lJl wasted tissue more ev quickly or replace lostIflesh more abundantIycd than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds aupt nary foods absolutely faiLhiWtvlSsenJyoa a simple freecoers peBepicture in the form of a label l is on the everybottle you buy SCOTTC BOWNECHEMISTS gl hn409 Pearl Street MEW YORK litifan burjriSstout person and showed It which wts a mistake Now what Is he doing In Petersburg He has not been there tieror ten years nt least He has no friends there He revived a minute acquaintance with the Countess Luna vltch who Is a fool of the very first water Before I came away I heard from Catrina that he had wheedled an Invitation 10 Thprs out of the old lady Why my friend why Paul reflected with a frown meVe do not want him out the e he sam IzXo and if he goes there you must remain In England this winter Paul looked up sharply otI do not want to do that It is all arranged he sald Etta was very much against going at first but I per suaded her to do so It would be a mistake notto go now Looking ut him gravely Steinmetz muttered I advise you not to go Paul shrugged his shoulder- sI hI am sDrry he said It is tdo late now Besides I lrtve lnvltl Miss Delaiield and she has practically ac cepted Does that matter asked Steinmetz quietly Yes I do not want her to think that I am a changeable sort of per sonQSteinmetz rose and standing wIthcy bis two hands on the marble rail he t llooked dbfn Into the room below Well he said resignedly lt is as you will There Is a certain pleasure in outwitting De Chauxvllle He Is so clever CHAPTER XVIfI OU must accept Steinmetz repeated to Paul There Is no helpfor It We cannot af ford to offend Vasslll of nil people in the world I They were standing together in the saloon of a suit of rooms assigned for the time to Paul and his party In theI Hotel Bristol In Paris Steinmetz who held an open letter in his hand looked out of the Steinmez windowIqueer smile He held It but from him as If he distrusted the very stationery So friendly be exclaimed so v r friendly That good Steinmetz1 he calls me That good Steinmetz confound his cheek He hopes that his dearI prince will waive ceremony and brin his charming princess to dine In iean Champs El3sees He guarantees the only his sister the marquise will be present and he hopes that that good Steinmetz will accompany you nnde the young lady the cousin of the1also princess onlJriitthe table left It there for a moment and then picking It up he crossed the room and threw It Into the fire Which means he explained that 51 Vasslll knows we are here and un j Lt Iubjectedjfrontier by a stupid a singularly and suspiciously stupid minor official ItIe we refuse Vassill vlll conclude we are afraid of him Therefore we must accept especially as Vasslll hat St his weak points lie loves n lord thu 5t thatlCatntioneIfYJ lossal gold coronet that will alreldyt be of some cjffect ItPaul laughod It was his habit either botnptzd sninipulmt subtle precautions tOfmatters to you Let us show Vasslll at all events that we are not afraid of ly I1 Then sit down and accept 0aThat which M Vassill was pleased to all his little dog hole in the Champs Elysees wis in fact a gorgeous house bnresplendent In the iron railings andi high gntlItS surmounted by green l ItIthrownrIon onnJUnlc1s pounce upon the ladles with tin telfconinttry and led tine way upstairs wink inca removed fur coats In the hullnj t was nil very princely and gorgeous tntiVassill and his sister the marquise InstoutI thysts who Invariably caused Maggie i Delafields mouth to twitch whenever fhehnngreveived doomj white fur hearth rug side by side when the doors were dramatically thrown open and the servant rolled the names 1nctuouslyFStelnmetzkerytzlnglike nice contract with stupefaction when he set eyes on Etta He saw them self contained Russian give ri little m Igasp and mutter an exclamation before cuesendeo Ettnft face for n moment oi two 111t1lthe formal greetings were overboverYWhen ho did sea It ho noted that it wnswhite as anonnbevAhamy good Stelnmetzr cried Vasslll with less formality oldlngSI out lila hand with frank and boyish spoodAha dear Vasslll returned Istoinnmetz wItou madainc to honor us In Our small peouseSoflahl aiftlll with a comprehen se bow to all hlsguestsso you Inret envy you You know Russia Mine PrlncessewEtta met his veiled gaze cnlmlyily jlTheremow nor pallqn pu her face 11Ahad Europe does not believe It And the weet It not the most beautiful It Is u beortingwaEsseintlallyDears wulves deer besides of course looaCil ykrSpeaking iii a sportsman suggest Vassill gravely solSiwakliiiOf course VassIH paused and with she little gesture of tine hand Included einmetz in the conversation it may have been that he preferred to have m talking rather than watching of IKurse like all great Russian landhold I you move your troubles with the knoplespeaking within the famine dlstrlct1e- Not quite we are not starving but j1 the11bytheVassihlfroassAb lay frlenii your old pernicious the Adbiteduritorttln1tetle but what will you Tuty mustt A otarnsktiI t To Cure a CoM in One iaY T Laxative Bcdmo Quinine TaMets be MN M pt 12 RslA TUt ISowa tSpossibleItgerous to pauperize them Besides the accounts that one reads In the newspapers are manifestly absurd and ex aggcrated You must not mademoli selle he said turning courteously to Maggie you must not believe all you are told about Russia The table was gorgeously decorated the wine was perfect the dishes Pa rjslan Everything was brilliant and Ettas spirits rose Such little things affect the spirits of such little minded women It Is exile it Is nothing short of ex lie protested VassiH who led the conversation Much as I admire my own country tlia country I do not pretend to regret a fate that keeps me resident In Paris For men It Is different but for madame and for you mademoiselle achr He shrugged his shoulders and appealtowitthey are all lost In Russia What would Paris say if It knew what It was losing he added In a low tone to Etta who smiled well pleased She was not always able to ndImarquise addressed one or two remarks to that lady who replied with her mouth full He soon discovered that that which was before bef Interested her more than anything around and during tine banquet he contented himself by uttering an exclamation of delight at a particular navpfr which the lady was kind enough to point out to him with an eloquent and emphatic fork from time to time Vassill noted this with some disgust He would have preferred that KJirlJSteinmetz were greedy on more versatlonal YBut the host added aloud ladlesr are so good Perhaps you are interested in the peasants gEttn looked at Steinmetz who gave imperceptible nod LtYes she answered uI am Vassill followed her glance and foundS Steinmetz eating with grave appre elation of the fare provided Ah he said In an expectant tone Vthen you will no doubt pass much of yodr time In endeavoring to alleviate heir troubles their self Inflicted troubles with all deference to monsieur the prince Why with deference to mei asked Paul looking up quietly with something In his steady gaze that made Maggie glance anxiously at Steinmetz 1Well I understand that you dlrer nt opinions said the Russian Not at all answered Paul I admit that the peasants have themselves o blame just as a dog has himselfr o blame when he Is caught in atrap Is the case analogous Let me rec ommend those olivesr have them Barcelona by a courier Quite answered Paul and It Is j he obvious duty of those who know etter to teach the dog to avoid the places whee the traps are set Thanks he olives are excellent j uAhsald VassIH turning courteous to Maggie I sometimes thank my star that I am not a landholder only poor bureaucrat It is so difficult to a comprehend these questions mademol 0 selle But of all men In or out of Rus sa it is possible our dear prince knows est of what he is talking ph nor disclaimed Paul with that 1grnJlty at which some were ready augh I only judge in a small way rom a small experience In such wise the conversation went during tine dinner which was a long ne Continually repeatedly Vasslll approached tine subject of Osterno and he dally life In that sequestered conn ry But those who knew were silent nd it was obvious that Etta nod Mag gle were Ignorant of the life to which they were gIng rIts room while musicians discourse Offenbach and Rossini from behind a screen of fern and flower that Vasslll an opportunity of addressing- imself directly to Etta In part sb esired this opportunity with a breath less apprehension behind her bright so clety smile Without her assistance he never would have bad It IIt is most kind of youhe said in which language had been spo en allLtbe evening In courtesy to the marquise who was now asleep it is ost kind of rou to condescend to visit y poor house princess Believe the feel the honqrdeeply When you first min Into tIne room you may have ob rved ItI was quite taken aback I I have read In books of beauty capa c of taking away a mans breath oui must exduse meI am a plain man I never met it until mling Etta excused him readily enough ne could Vnr rfri plenty of plain eaking of this description I only hope thut you will honor Par on your way home to England ent on VassfU who had a wonderful knnck of judging wen and wot en qs JIIIIT shallow ones Now when may that be1 When may we hope toe you again How long will you be Russia and slJ This Vasslll is the best English m scholar I know broke in Steinmetz ho had approached somewhat quietpBut he will not talk shy Paul was approaching also It wasJy oclock he said and travelers who to make an early start would doIto get home to bed When the tall doors had been closed hind the departing quests Vasslll You lked slowlyto the fireplace bisi He stood biting at his tthumb nail king at the iloar tllWUjiU Which Etta Uf AlOxJs m4 Jusi puttso4 In all the glory 1s1Tbod me the Charity league papers and thinks I do not recognize her CHAPTEtt XVII the AR14 STEtNMETZ had tppur cntly bewii transacting business on tbe VassIH Ostrov which to the traveled reader doubtless Ows as the x orthern bank of the er va a part of st Petersburg Ie was recro log the river not bye bridge whirl requires a doffed hat reason of its shrine but by one ofthJ numerous roads cut across the ice tt tmiraltysteps jtgirl bM eteisse4 Uw river U frost him at s watrt jMct SM ww j ckeud lr ye4 N1tclI all te a1 1 1 8a I I KY IipIEp 11011000 t Surplus and Undivided Profits 2SOOO OFFICERSB L Litsey President JohnW LenIs VicePresldentI A McElroy Cashier L B Caini Assistant Cashier RE Green F M Camp bellR H Edema H M Grund John O Polin We grant every favor consistent with safe bank1nt Your bush ness solicited f GGK Att rr III II I I 4 1 5J 1 The First SPRINGFIELD National kIll k4CeeperDIRECTORSB sssisrns NCFILDTT1c MEATT MARKErt 1 t IIThe very choicest meat on hand at all times as kill only tbe best We are in the market ai all times weII I fat beeves beef and sheep hides tallow and good bltl Telephone 95 SPRINGFIELD oKVII JOHN SHUCK MCELROY 0 C1WHRTOL McElroy fr Wliarlon i Insurance Real Estate Agentsg J 1 Fire tif and Tornado Instuct LaHddd OQ onlnhiSsiGn X Office over Peoples Bank Phone 42 J rorr mm 10 pass her Karl Steinmetz noticed tine action He noticed most things this dull German Presently droppedIup described a clrcetwith Ita maneuver remarkably yke at signal Then she turned abruptly and looked Into his face displaying a pleasing little round physiognomy with a smiling mouth and exaggeratedly grave eyes It was a face of all too common a type in CharItyIleague and sod them I know who bought them and paid for them Steinmetz closed thp door He cern back to the table lIe was not sutil lug nowquIte the contrary Tell me lie said want to know that badly wJUirnecuhiat soft smJlencqulrecl In pris There Is no mistaking it- MOh I bear no ill will he said sdo answered Steinmetz bluntly Who stole the papers from Thors2v Sydney Baiuborougli Steinmetz passed his broad hand over his forehead as if dazed And who sold them t he asked His wife Steinmetz scratched his torches with one finger reflectively Vasslll bought them he sold an guess that You guess right returned Lano vltch quietly Stnlumetz sajt down He looked na It wonderIng whether the rpora was very hot1 Then with a large handkerchief ho wiped his brow You have surprised me be admitted There are complications i Who stoic the papers front Tl or1 Igclrfulere is a God lor JieayenV How can eople doubt Iteli Yet said Stopan anovltch quiet there Isa God In heaven and at present he is angry with Russia Yes have details Sydney 11amb rough came to stay at Thors Of course he knew nfl about the Charity league rguiomber that It appears that wife was waiting for him and the papers at Tv r ftetQOk them from roonit but ho did not get them all Had he got hcui all you woi d not be ting there my friend The general ileme he gottthe list of committee uaines the local ngents tine foreign Agents But the complete list of the league he tailed to find He secured list of subscribers but learned nothing from it because the sums w re Identified by amumeral only the cleW the numbers being the ceaipjete list whichl I burned when I taM 4 the oth pspersI1tt1 set ho4isdcnetlyT- 14at was wise be said uX01laN clever mao Stefwi b ttoo f od for is world and its rwcak OnW ft C5tTXXUIJ tic oeIIIL J f il CfO j asJ1 t rn 1 respectfully M I t TCflX Proprs 1 fleflryHff K Wattersollst j Letters froth Ij EurOpe 4c iiII Win Be AteadingJi af The I i i GOURIERJ1L4JDinjgjJO5 TH EE WILL BE MANY OTH TE1tsIALL GOING TO MAKE A CCjil PLETE NEvVSPAPER iJ tSArnrATP r Daily Courier Journal 1 year Daily and Sunday 1 year Weekly 1 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thine t i f fnWkat CHle of itthc handmade yaltatiH iiifijr to s D4ia days of aul4- j j d aI1etJtt tkats bargainbought by stand Iat ia Jilt Ct yuliea beatcantJmake t thrU jITiae Live thaisjMiw the heart like drafts t 3eirare old wine JiMlves M of yore cpuld only under Itiare j cwp11s greatest coups we mentally 4asIga T socB Jabjicfd scrawls as f Willyou please bemine yjr Cincinnati Post lskbNttbeGrJp- I Tldhe following valuable and in terestinjaf communication about f DEines characteristics treat Ietetc of la grippe is from Dr AtwOod P Jatham of Vine Grove Influenza la grippe grippe epid lIic catarrhal fever smalJ plague different names for the same ihing sprimrilyn air borne disease having its specific organism or bacteria and is sec ondarily contagious by ontact t with the sick individual and his habitationi I ChillinEss of chill followed 1 byfeVEJil proportion to the se verityi of the disease harassing 1 cough general aching and local discomforts especially of head dies bckj and bowels are some of the characteristerics Ordl nary colas are not grippe o Various exposures or vicissitudes of atmosphere cause colds Influenza never lacks its specific bacillus Grippa is easily recogD nized during an epidemic and differentiated from an ordinary cold With ropei4 care and treat i ment influenza rarely proves Iab jl It is complications espec pneumonia pleuiisy con ption suppuration etc liTafediQ arous Trying weir out the disease by persistent going and attention to business aggravates a case even of mild character and invites dangerous Complications Indis criminate drugging is one cf the causes of protracted illness or tl death The coal tar drugs so often resorted to are especially dangerous bo account of their heart depressing action The grippe bacteria themselves as in peccialiy depress the heart apdv 4lunp and as a consequence symptoms of these organs are aggrAatedbymental and physi cal exertion As to remedies each epidemic is found to have t itsgi nus that is the remedy suits able for one case will cure the t majority The Homoepathic law I of cdre guides us to the specific j graveImay have to prescribe outside of the specific remedy But in a plain uncomplicated case of in fluenza of the genus we are hav ing at he present time Bryonia is the specific remedy If given properly along with thenseof thorough bowel irrigations of warm water and salt normal salt solution perfect rest in b away from noise aad eftjj ligh and concentrated ment the patient will have an uneventful recovery without News sequel disease anyl Bad breath belching of gas ant sour risings are all due td indigestion Kb dol Dyspepsia Cuae is a guaranteed cute L A Sdper of Little RockI Ky writes uar We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the corn men dation that can be given it aa it saved the life of our little girl whenj she was three years old She is now six and we have kept it for hat conC stantly tut of course ahe only takes it now when anything disagrees with i her Kodol Is the best medicine in the w rld for Indigestion Dyspepsia ndall stomach troubles A trial of this greatest of all dig stants will con vince any who suffer Good foryoung or old Sold by all druggists Remarkable Rescue Jack Slaughter Owen Kvler and Harold Lee three young men of Itome ind narrowly es f aped death by drowning in the Ohio river last Thursday while attempting to cross the ice to Stephensport to get the mail The river did not close be ween Rome and Stphenport until last Wednesday night When the young men were in he river then wmade ice broke and Slaughter went down His companions could not get near him because of the thinness of th6 ice and he struggled m the- ocold water ten minutes the ice breaking tnder his weight as he gained the surface Finally Kyler and Lee tied their coats together threw one end to Slaughter and managed to pull him to the Kentucky shore The ice gradually broke under Slaughter as be attempted tot climb upon it but his companions ji managed to keep the length oft the coats beyond the edge of the ice A large crowd stood on the shore at Stephe sport and wit- essed the battle for life in mid stream Breckenridge News Bees Laxative Honey and Tar iaE improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial remedies It acts on the drives the cold out of the sysc tern cures Croup whooping Cough wards off pneumonia and strengthens the lungs tees Laxative Honey andC Tar is the best Cough Syrup for child ren Tastes good Sold by Haydons Pharmacy a Maw Business The railroad engineers who were going to inspect the elec ric route from Burgin to Green i river viaI Perry viHe were not here when stated because of the irclemfmt weather and the ill i ness of Mr Azbells brother law They have deferred the isit until February 21 The engineers are haying made a I1rt of the old Tennessee and Atlantic railway which was sur veyed many years ago with intan ion of building a road through ame territory This looks as though they mean business and we hope it doesHarro4sburg Heraid COUNTYVALUES 1 ne Assessors Books Furnish Some Interesting Figures oh Coun iy Values 7 Some interesting figures are gathered from the Assessors books which have been revise by the Board of Supervisors in theIyear articles of value that people reifuse to admit owning for the efit of taxation although wiling enough and proud of their pos session at other times For ex ample the assessment shpws that there only five diamonds in the county with a valuation of 320 Now we venture to saythat there is more thpn one woman in the county who is the proud posses sorexcept when the assessor comes around of more than five diamonds And so it is in many other cases The assessors fig ures do not always give the true condition of affairs but the fig ures are interesting nevertheless The grand total valuation of property at the last assessment after the supervisors have put on their raise is 3517245 The value of lands is 2173895 town lots 296745 personal property 4P505 notes mortgages etc 76j099 In the matter of cash on hand the citizens of the county were not very flush when the Assessor came ajound for ontyI 3480 was found The amount of cash on deposit in banks wasJ given to the assessor at 115690 This seems hard to reconcile with the fact that the statements f tho banks in Washington county shows individual deposits amounting to about 400000 t In the matter of live stock the county does not show up veryI strong either Only twp thor oughbred or standard stallions are given while the number of thoroughbred mares and colts is given at nine There are 24 common stallions and 2555 common horses and mares valued at 93825 The number of mules and mule coltsis given at 949 with a valuation of 47655 There are 70 jacks in the cdunty valued at 6465 The number of thoroughbred bulls is given at eight with only 25 pure bred cows and calves There are 3575 common cows steers and and 3 939 sheep which are valued at 17845 The number f hogs given in is 8356 valued 28720 The farm products do not make very good showing according to the assessment The number of bushels of oats grown last year is given at 44415 The number of acres of wheat sown is 35i9 acres of corn planted 15239 acres of tobacco 2921 acres in clover and grass 4180 in meadows 3621 acres and woodland 7241 acres DPseneWouulariiy To cure Constipation and LiVer troubles by gentl moving the bowels and acting asa tonic tome liver take Itttle Early Riders These Famous LUtte pms are mild pleasant and harmless but effective andsure Their universal use for many years a Is strong guarantee of thoir popularity and usefulness Sold by all druggists 0Y 1tttt t t = ffeed and Cool Dealers I I ldSSAre a necessity in a community and they ho be reliable We are careful of our reputatIon hi that regairdi iand we believe the people believe us i CORL4 1Yen can tell very little by thelooks of coal how much heat it willgive or how long t will last The orly test of coal is the use of a ton or two And when TOu know a coat you can save on tLe amouutyou use We are always glad to diver a ton or twq of our coal on trill 2t improves on acquaintance like most things worth haying 4 w E EDf ft We haye a complete stock of the best Hay Corn Oats etc lLobe found any where We handle these goods in large quantities and therefore are able to ssll them P wice as low as aay A FR7VERSWILUS7LE It L Feed by buying oneof our Ohio Peed Cutters It will soon pay for itself Don forget that we handle three of the best makes of farm wagons Studebaker Old Hickory A Chimpioa The season will soon open for vehicles We have all kinds t i ti 1 McClurei 8 Wells II 1t h I IARare Gift Advocate Gal M T Long is just In receipt or anoth er addition to his famous curio collecton which he thinks is the greatestcf them all It is an In dian tomahawk of a dark green color beautifully iulaid with sil ver With the aid of a po s erf ul magnifying glass an Indian mail his leathered beauty can be seen with raised tomahawk in the act of striking a white man who is kneeling seemingly pleading for his life The head of a fawn and that of a woman can also be plainlyseen with the aid of the glass He has had it about a week and during that time many of his friends hive called to see it It was sentno Col Long by Mr Davie Wait who lives at Fred rickst wn Washington county and who is a graduate of the State School for the DeafI Mr Walt was was ploughing nat long ago in company with a ne gro hand who discovered the sone lying on the ground and gave it ta Mr Wait While look ing at irMr Wait dis overed the outlines of a man uut with the naked eye he was unable to tell exactly the nature of the picture He secured a powerful glass which when pieced close to the stone would bring tbepicture in to plain view Cnowing that Col Long had a rare collection of curios and being a special fritt end of the Danville gentleman t he presented it to him after rtS tfuingseveral t 1lection Case The case of Hill against Den board from Lincoln county was i heard here before Judge Bell Mouday Hill and DeboarTl wereii candidates for tbe Democratic nomination for jailer of Lincoln county In the primary Hill defeated Debpard by one vote Deboard then entered contest and asked the County Committee to open all the ballot boxe3 and t recoun the vote claiming that a ROLLING A Weekly recount show errors against him and when the errors were corrected he would have Ia majority and be the nomineh Hill brought an injunction siit JujeBelidenied held that any actionon the part of the County Commitee was app alable to the State Committee t and therefore not a matte for determination by the cour Hill was represented by Judge Mike Saufley and Hon Peter McRoberts and Deboard by Iron Sam Owsley Robert Har ding and Cnarles McDowell ETarrodsburg Herald iODlZin Burns ire instantly relieved and per fectlv healedl by Bueklens Ar nica Salve C Riveubarkj Jr pi Norsolk VaM writes I uurnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Buckljs Arnica Salve stopped the painji and healed it without A scar Also heals all wounds and sorest25c at C J Haydon druggist TM Snnshinc ofSDrln The Salyethat cures without a is DeWitts Witch Hazell Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as suow beforcth sunshine of springI Miss H M Middleton Thebes III Says 11 was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me hi leaa than a week Get the genuine Sold by all druggists Hunger Drives Man to Hunger andcold drove John Grady in desperation last week to commit a theft Staggering along the street from mere ex haustion he saw a sack contain ing two heavy calf hides in front of the store ot Johnson Broad l Co 785 West Main stree atd thinking to dispose of them tfr b7 the price of a meal or what was better than starving find a home in the c unty jail he pick c1i them up and made otf wiih them He was captured ut Seventh and putJunclerarrest WagohtnenOrlendorfitnd Smoot He made no attempt to doug his guilt Grady Iis sixtyfive years old and a painter by trade He lived in Louisville the hasI part of his life but has no atives here his family having died He had been in Indiana looking for work and returned to this city a few days agowitha little money in his pocket This was exhausted ivhil 5 he searched for a job and then he lost his roem Be had eaten nothing bince WeJntsJay morning and had tramped the streets all night- I was desperty he said in the jail No thief would of done what I tried to do My feet were wet and I was so ccld and hungry I could scarcely stand 1 never stole any thiug before Louisville Herald Fraud feio ed tf Afew counterfiiiters have ly been making and to sell imitations of Dr Kipgs New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such pole who seek to profit through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been s successfully curing disease lot ovex 35 years A sure pretection to you jis our ame on the wrapper Look for it on all Dr Kings or Buctrlens remedies as al1 others are mere imitations H E BUCKLEN Co Chicago ill andXiDc sor Canada Brain Leaks There is no honor Smohg thieves Honor is easier retainedi than BEEN LITTLE TOOHIGitV would scarI Theft 1a1e trying Harpers found after once being lost The longest way around the barroom is the shortest Vfy II ome WQ would rather have thetep ut lion of some men than their ebftxacter Tliere Isa vast difference be iweVn being a cross bear and a cross bearer r Spme politicians who tliink thy are Tooling the people are merely fooling themselyes The wise merchants believe in signsand uses theminthe shape of advertisements A man may be sure thathe is beginsvondering ii Tnose who work hardest to get something to eat are the ones who most enjoy eating It has been said that the great poets are all dead and the others are having a bard time mak ing a living Not all the funny sayings at- ributed to children have heir origin with the funny papers A Lincoln little girl sat down to the breakfast table the other morning and plaintively remarkd 0 Mamma Pin getting so tired cf these milkweed cakes The Commoner La Unpc aafiK Pn8UmOlll Pneumonia often follows LaQrippe but never follows the use of Foleys HoneyandTar It cures agrippeand prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr G Vicher of 157 Osgood et Chicago writes My wife had a severe case of lla three years ago and it left her with a terrible cough She tried a bottle of Foeysfloneyand Tar and it gave Im mediate relief A SOcent bottle cured her cough entirely Refuse sabsti tutes For sale by Woods Wells Koilomrs M Ia D4uNrnwstysl I- b JWTIM MrMORllSi Another War Veteran Writes of Ex perlences With theTenth Ken lucky ReSIment Willisburg Feb Ot 05 EDITOR NEWS LEADER I re ceived a letter from Comrade TD A Thompson from Hutchison Kan who served three years in Co E 10th Ky Infantry I dont believe I have seen Com rade Thompson in fo ty years and had entirely forgotten him but after reading his letter his name and features come back to me I hope in the near future to hear from some more of the boys who wore the blue Comrade Thompson oalls my atten ton to some things that I had forgotten and he was right for after thinking it over it all came luck to me Forty years is a long link in a mans life and its no wonder that we forget things in that length of time Comrade Thompson wont expect to see this letter in the NewsLeader but his many friends in and around Springfield will be glad to liear from him M V Crouch Co D 10th Ky Infy 322 E 5 Ave Hutchison Kan Jan 29 1905 M V CRouCHMy Dear Com radeIn Reminiscences in the NewsLeader of Jan 26 05 I read tour communication in regard tothe 43d anniversary of the battle of Mill Springsor properly speaking Logans Cross Roadsfought on Jan 19 1862 I was very much interested from the face that it is the first time I have heard from any of my dear old comrades for a number of yearsYou give a very vivid account of that memorable march of Jan 19 which was accomplished through mud and rain at a dou blequick most of the way to lIKentucky recollect right the Tenth Kentucky was sent out late in the vening of the 18th to reconnoiteur and ascertain the whereabous of the enemy who were reported in the near vicin ity of the rear tif old Pap Thorn as marching column It was a dark and drizzly night and after marching allJ night when wereturned to camp where we proceeded to boil ba con and make coffee whenithe boom of cannon was heard some six or seven miles in front The order was quickly passed around to tIe captains of companies to fall in that we were earnestly needed at the front where the Tenth Indiana and Fourth Ken tucky were being hard pressed by the enemy Now comrade you will reeollecif my memo ry serves me right that the mud and water on that occasion was from shoe top to knee deep After rarriving on the field ofI battle and after a brief rest we again tokup the line 0f march passing directly by the dead body of Gen Zollicoffer who wej were informed had be nkilledI byCol Fry of the Fomth Ken tucky It is my recollection that we pressed oh with eagerness after the defeated foe until lath in the afternoon when we brought up in front of the yellow clay ofI the enemys breastworks where we went into line and lay all night without fire or any conveniences to break the dainp chill iness of the weary night As you say early in the morning of the 20th we received prders to charge the enemys orksr nOw picture iin minds eye the gallant Old Red H Col HarI Jand on his magnificent cfiarger as he led us up to and leaped the what wev supposed deadly breastworks of the enfemy but what a gratifying surprise we met with In the works all was peace and tranqUilIty You are somewhat mistaken as to the enemy all having cross ed the river during the night Our advance after crossing the entrenchments gave the urebs a parting shot as they emerged from the water on thief opposite embankment and proceeded to greatJhasteThrough a started on our return march ustbefore reaching I carried was met home by near my brQ LebauonI here I underwent a sever spe1 of typhioiu pneumonia not re joining the regiment again until June 1868 at Lavergne Tenn I hope forbear 0 e1rocc Ou tfeughtht itewaLeder or peIDl It t Mar tJ Jthe few remaining comrades of the gallant old Tenth Kentucky and m4y I hear from you andl each of those now alive often is the wishl of yours in F CwL f E A Thompson 7 GoE10KyInfyv prave TronblCPOFaJC toleUliver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless von take the proper medicine for yoni disease as Mrs John A Young of saysImy heart was weakeued and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found just what I need ed for they qulckl reIieveJj dud cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by C J Hayden druggist t at SOc a bottle Killed ii Bracken The following account of the murder of a young man with rel atives in this cqunty is from a Grayson county paper and is published by request t Dr Will Carney of Neave Bracken coubty was shot to death by Dr Courtney of that place It seems that Ir Court neyhas been an enemy of JrCarney ever since the latter located there pver a year ago and had threatened his lite On last Friday Dr Carney and a than by the name of King went after a load of hay As they returned Carney stopped to put up the fence King went on to weigh the hay ind on the way he met Dr Courtney going to his office Dr Carney ubad to pass by the office King heard the shots bat could not see the men from where he was Tffo other men head Carney beg for his life and ran to the cene but when they got there barney was lying on the ground with six bullet holes in his person He lived only about thirty minutes Dr Carney in his dying statements said as he passed the officedoor thatCourt ney stepped out with his pistol and saidrJam going to kill you I begged Him not to shoot but he began shooting Those of us who know Carney believe the statement true Dr Carney was aGrays i boy one of our leading young teachers a few years ago an honorable in youngmanA bright young life has been blotted out by that demon that sometimes gets into beings in hu man form Dr Carneys remains were brought home Monday by a committee Knightsof Phythias and laid to rest in the Hanging Rock burying ground with Masonic honor Dr Courtney surrendered to the officials There is a very strong feeling against him Quo Your Stmuac a Rest Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach U Vreakor dir eased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives your your stomach a rest enable it tore cuperate take an new life and grow strong again Kodol cures spur atom aljh gas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive dIsorders ISold by all dhlggtstsI4tiwtCatcht a Iller When storing at a tiger or a rhino or what not in menagerie did you ever wonder fow he got there Who first suggested to Him in his native jungle cr swamp that he step into a cage and take a long sea journey for your edificationIA W Rolker in tie February McClures tells of thewboandI low of Wild Animal Trapping a tale of daring ingenuity and exciting sport How u full grown tiger is made to tie him self up in a knot how ar charg ing rhino mother is hamstrung dIhowis shooed for miles thrOugh the forests wkh Jiorns and tom toms like so many chickens this and mucn more iis well dei srribed There are also drawing i by GeorgeVanianFoisoiziiFu s PerlJrps you dont know that many pain poisons originate ioj your food but some day you 11tbatI b Kins New Life Pills Ira guar ranked to cure all sickness duo fapdIJo Haydons drugstore Try thea rarllllillkMat One lnnt after Uktojf One Mlxtat- sCogk Care S gM Itutbtstt IIfSr8ow a I 11TfatmIS4Stlad Iffctler Three flundr i Brecenride j Lrtf county farmers came lorClover p port today to consider prioen fltpd1pa1tytobMC tmtiioiOflsie good talks were made by lepisentative men of the cowntf The meeting aroused a deerinterest yencouragedpeoductsfortbejrpj 5 t iTheAmerican Society of Equity sev ntyfive strong inirchisd Into the city to attend the meeting with flying colors arid raised banners Their wagons and horses were decorated andth procession was Beaded by tYQ horsemen carrying the upip banners Such interest amo g nitiooatttifjtionhasnever in Breckenridge county 6 Cloverport ousines ntea demW onstrated their interest by seryf Jliincb7rTt tcrfarmers of the county believe strongly in their union that Itiey areJholcliDg their tobacco al though they are actually in want 1c r 1Q The re1ers ti3ppper will t be pleas d to Icarla that tiiis at 1basbI stages and that is CatarrlijHMr Catarrh Cure ii tbe only pMitilc cure omf known to Ute medlcaJ SterJiity Catarrh hiug a cqstJi alHsase re quires a contltutisl Ireatmant Halfs Catirrh Curs ii taken Inteim ally acting directly pomttKe blood and mneo111 urface of the system thereby destroying the fot6ii of the disease and giving ths patIet strength by building up the constitu lion and assisting nature in doing ita work Thepcoprltors have sv muck faith in its curative pbwerathat they offer One Hundred Dollars for any 1hstf AddressAF J CHENEY Cof Toledo JI iHaJlitFamlbfi fr Tfce Necessity if GiiflMils7 i The Evening Post would iilte 1 to see in Kefllucky not a few spasmodic efforts to build public t rods but a systematic organ r ized movement to make ever In itJportant railroad station bec nliter of a system of roads which 4 would gradually be Xtend 4 cJII from on point tq another fthe whoie State of Kentucky S Ifj l covered with modern highways over which crops s could be mpf ed at lleast ostt oth8 producer j fi a lRoadsi dence of a communitys civilizat ion they are the chief ofeans t j toward the highest ciyilizationJ1 r Instead of over estimating theiyalue of these roads we do nbb rightly estimate them We can J not fairly do it If we will study J t the progress of call other natipnl 1 t we will see that it runs swe by J sIde with tlJe eRrogreu In the r buildmgof roads and bridge fr f 4 Ibis not worth while jio8 y t 1 whether Kentucky is ejiiud her neighbors or not that 11110tc t tht point Xttthe old diiys iKen o tucky boasted ol her g0dro ds Comparatively she M4 good llJiroads through ismrana Itmi ted section of theState What Kentucky nleUs now is a systeai of roads thiit covers the laf J 11 State Roads ca not be biifA 4 within a few months nor can they bebuilt within al years J I nor can thEy be built with sniiill q appropriations We need a sfsteni epyeriBjr t twentyfive arsand the sxpeh diture should befiftjr millioaisfof frfri jdollars What we need first is J some man of advanced idei oftitprop training of ambition of imagiBatiou who can rcieatsft f the whole State takiug asS J basis A new system of blicJ tJ+ ftIhighwaysTtus means in tbe first cJ j t a cbJne inour constitutIon I then means the utilization jot the JJt eflergies wS now hav batabovi H aIlit means that we mut tiiiva f f system we must jiovrom one polotto anotberdekitely kow lug in which dinectioawear go iting Th rerad may bf ifdilt jth with the Waf QTK l bQ T from the Stat or byJcSfea ftaxa f 1 ion or by auisUoe frgtw r4 jrailroadj The are vnrtea a j ways of Meukg the rVriie lli Wbat we wot k a man ac4 a i wwi t Ltet be lak1tLcu ti lJfk 1cJ t rJ2 lPtXi4UT tfMWlJf dtaa 7 r d T vIi of a- isy1I Wftth symptom Ve rteopiited FoIII i Kidney Cp cmvicts egu1adtiesaaditrngthenVP at the Wofrt to k r 1W I Wrw w I T Till T DR JJ I BURTON- RMHOKNtOINTIfcT TEETH EXTRACTED KITHOUT PAIN- a 4 Mfcek wp atftlM tpjQfj11D XY l ptml Wirk Strictly 2ji pcIsu- i ftOft fcjIS J HI LAMPTON j OFflCl 1Open HeS Jp 7 itF JWFfGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW- 4 mo Ter reot kJ1Jr PtUNGFIJri XL- J B ROBAKDS M W HYATT WARDS HYATT 71kil nd llgetl1S Coe Mxtlo Clerks Office g dAMES GRAVES P1ACTICAI Ittcliier wd Jeweler t i Carrie ft linepf Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialty Located on Main Street oppowte Presbyterian church BpriHgfi ld Kr DR I F TRUSTY i PRACTICAL DENTISTi k Office over Haydon Barber 1 ork atreasonable prices k guaranteed RINGFIELD KY- IIINY a MAYES flUEIUL DIHECTORI TIS AIOIPISEDEMBIILMER TELEPHONE Ii 19NIGHT74 5P8IHGF1ELD B Have Iou Hauling rrcpbcD7tfsocailuj L ALLEN atthe Depot p 1 J fREIGHT U3T1QIB- Hauled t Furniture Moved Vd anything in the hauling ine done carefully and at easonable rates aPHONE 22gtllroMd Schedule Following is the time schedule 4Vff effect on the Eardatown d Springfield branch railroad 1No 4lrLeayes Louisville atC I Op m Bardstown JunctionC02 pm Bardstown 552pm- rrlvesat f Spriigfaeld 645 p Di No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am- tarrives at Louisville 755 aim t ttNo 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstowo Junction 930 aml Bardstowh 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1210 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstovn 230 p m Bardstown Ju notion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pnk No 90 Sundays only Leaves Sprinxiield at 715 i m BardsI town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisvillei 35 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Lpoisyilk at 6 pm Bardstown Juictiou 650 pm Bardgtbwn i l SpringfieldNT Sour It StomachNo appetite low at Mcrii ntnwn brtIJIothsstomackN all dsKodet cwraa Inllfa J1ha TMc MW sseY- rjr repraaanU Dw natural juioac W dic ton jn they gilt in a jiaiaMiy Momaeir corabiMd wt the iraatat JierntHICi and rcoicdv prottis Ktdol Py 4 pepafa Curt dow opt ooly curs lndif rtton and dyapspata Wt this famous ramady cures all Mbmadi troubiaa by okaaainc purifying iwaaianlBg and jarai thtntac the mucous membranaa Uniof Ae atomaeh MrSS Ball of KITMH t t W VMTK was troubled with irnr cllfar tMy yw Kodo CUTeC1Jnaact1IIM tuta tt Ja IorabyKodol Dfewts WWt Yo i Kat kfes Si OOSzbcIdhi2ftmcthitdal sr r vhich Mite for 50ONU 4 Pr Prt br 0 DtffffTT OQOHIOAQQ I I TOWN i- I HLocal Happenings or Inttrect fae Frht and Latest 1 11AllAbtYurITbIsRds 1I1 awl Ittte Acquaintaitcts Sweet arid sourpickeis in bull at Campbells A new line of Euchre prizes att Hagan Bros Coaloil at 15c by the fife gal Ion l Campbells LTryour Special Roast Coffee I HaganBros Fresh fishj and oysters ever Friday at J A Shaders A strictly pure New Orleans Molasses at Hagan Bros Good eating apples 85c per pock at Campbells We have everything found in a grocery Hagan Bros If you use our Yale coffee once you will use no other For sale at Campbells Get a can of ptnach and Beets they are fine For sale b7 Hagan Bros Collars bridles barnes traces back bands saddles and buggy wbjps at Campbells Our stock of rocking chairs is full and UD to date get prices on them at Campbells FOR RENT Two Rooms on- econd floor Peoples Deposit Building Fire furnished Telephone your wants to Carpenter butcher shop anihavo your order delivered promptly Hunt us up when in town for good fire and gooci water 1Campbell Our line of fancy and staple Queensware complete Hagan Bros WANTED To buy a lot of good llocust posies LutnorA Burns See our furniture and get prices before you buy Campbell Anew pattern in dinner sets and open stock U Bros I have 100 bu shels of good orchard grass seed for sale iW4A Clements Pit SALE Two good three year old jackk Geo W Fenwick Oar 226ed springs and mat tre1sare i mense for the price See them when in town at Cam bells Carpenter the butcher keeps only the best meats Choice cuts of beef pork sausage and old ham always on hand Dont forget opr molasses nice syrup 35ct per gallon good sor um 5Oct per gallon and first class New Orleans at 50ct at Campbells ItIf you want best beef that is killed bySwiftCo go to FT ox Co the llocal butchers ox Co also handle ovs fish and dried beef rsI WAniED To give away 5000 j tyellow locust sprouts Warran I ed to be gocM growers and thrif- y pr money refuiid Av B Walker I Highland VJew Stock Farm R FDNo1John and old negro ex slave who before the war belon ged to the late Dr William Brown of this place died Mon day night of old age The old fellow was 87 years pld and has not been able to work for seyeral years The sale ot the household goods and personal property of Mises Ellen and Hannah OGara took place on last Saturday at ternoon and was well attendod Everything Eld fairly well TheII Misses OGara will shortly leave for Louisville to make their home The Si Stebbens Comedy Go- will appear at the Opera House here on Thursday evening February 23d for one night only IThis ian qfd and wellknown company and issaid to boone of the best on the road A good enteriairmeat iis expected and a crowded houe should be the orderSjfto entertlfliit U given by 1MTOFIGS1 I tthe pupils of the Springfield Colored School at the Opera Bouse on last Friday and Saturday nights attracted large crowds and were very creditable The pupils hb took part allshowed the effecls of good training and their work reflected great credit on the teachers Mrs Eliza pavison is principal and Miss H E Wells assistant S M Campbell report3 sales made by him at Bardstown court Monday as follows one old Jer sey cow 775 1 2year old cow 11775 two vearling heifers 10 each one yearling steer1375 onestripper cow 16 one strIp- per cow 1980 one springer 1675 one springer 1375 sev eu small shoats 132 per nead tOn shoats at 220 one aged work mule 7750 one saddle horse 60 The following are a few of tbel largest crops of tobacco sold to the American Tobacco Co at their place duriug the past week Hugh Stiles sold his crop of 13 110 pounds for 119627 R rL Edelen and James Stanfield 12 120 poundsfor 1212 Mrs M Grundv ftnd Oharle Marksbury 19185 pounds for 226620 S C McGill and W T McNabb 16000 pounds for 1640 J F Bishop 11770 pounds for 1476 25 This cropwas grown on eight acres of ground Dr S J Smock has in bis posession a monstrosity or freak child which was given birth to by a waite woman out in the county a fewdaysagb The child which wasstill born is perfectly developed except about the head and neck The back part of tthe bead is flat and there is no neck the faev being set on the shoulders The mother some time befpre the birth was draw ing water from a well when she drew up in the bucket a frog atJ which she was frightened The freakchild has very much the appearance of a frog Dr Smock has it preserved in alcobol andI is going to send the curiosity to the Louisvillei Medical Univers ity jS Lebanon citizens are renewing efforts to get thk Post Office de partment toiinstall that Free Rural mail routwhich is tocome in the Lebanon road to within a quarter of a miiof Springfield and to turn out the Booker pike Their effort was knocked jin the head a year or so ago bya re monstrance frOm the citizens of this place but it seems that a movement has been started again to have the route established and a Lebanon man was over here this week with a petition for the citi zens of this place to sign favoring the route Strange to say he se cured several signatures from thoughtless people who doubt less did not give the matter tiny consideration It will certainly be against the interest of any- towi1to have citizens living with in a mile or less of town do their postoffice business through the office of a town in a neighboring county Besides the route pro posed iis alreadypartally covered of the Springfield R F tbyone r KRYPTOK I=tAICNiCP THE ONLY INVISIBLE BIFOCAL I Doesnt make you look so old For Sale at ED M RUSSELLS Store Springfield Ky SmlthClaybnwke Yesterday afternoon at 1 oclock Miss Cora Vernon fcinjbh of Bardstown and Mr JosephS Claybrookeof this place were united in marriage The wedding took place at the home of the briue in Bardstown and was a quiet home affair there being only the near relatives and a few intimnte friends preseat The ceremony was performed by the Rev Anderson of the Bardstown Baptist church The bride was attired in a traveling coat suit of blue cloth with hat to match and carried a bunch of Brides roses Immediatelly after the ceremony the bridal couple left for Louisville from which place they will leave on a trip to Washington City Mr and Mrs Claybrooke will be at home to their friends in Springfield on March 1st The bride is a daughter of Mr Thomas Smith an influential citizen of Nelson county and has many admirers for her many charms of person and character Mr Claybrooke is one of the substant at young business men of Springfield being a member of vhe firm of Grundy Claybrooke Mcintire He has a host of friends both at homeand abroad who wish him and his bride many days ofrhappiness Mr Coleman Cheatham Dead Mr Coleman R Cheatham one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of this county died last Sunday at his home in Willis burg aged 66 years The de ceased had been ajifelong citizen lof the county andwas highly respected by all with1 whom he vas acquainted He had reared a large family there being ten grown sons and daughters be sides his wife to survive him One of his sons is Dr Luther T Cheathama prominent physican of Louisville The funeral took place at Willisbnrg on Tuesday and was largely atte nded FERSUN 1 Mrs M Wr Hyatt is quite sick v Mrs S B Thompson isi quite sick Mr HK Walters was in Leb- anOn Sunday Lonard Baker and wife pent Sunday in Louisville Mrs Geo McBride returned to Louisville Wednesday Mrs Leo Hiydon is visiting relatives in Nelson county I Miss Fannie McBlroy has rc turned from a visit to Danville Miss Sadie Mayes will enter taina few friends this evening HOD W D Glaybrooke came in Saturday night from Frankfort Miss Jen nio McCabo ill entertain the euchre club this eye thug j Mr and Mrs C C McChord left yesterday icnorning for Lexington Mrs R F Sutton has returned 4 4 4171SEASY iI To see why 1 4S 11- K our Trade has oub edllpeoPle have found that we will not sell adulterated drugs That our treatment is generous In filling pre fv scriptions we realize that in most cases 1life depend upon the material which is put in them and that we should and 4 f do give them just what the doctor 4 callsforS I A il i4 I Substitution is Prohibited in our Store 1 I I Ask your Physician about it I 4 4 HAYDON 4J Established 18834DIIARMACY l S8065 OUR 1 ISPECIAL OfFER H ifif THIS WEEK ii r 8 o t i The toleaner 1il j The Soufhern floriculturist 1 19 O I1 Daily Louisville Herald 11- Z 8o i0 0- ALL ONE YEAR t FORii tIt t 1 f SADDRESSt NEWSLEADERSPRINGFIELD t tgt from a visit lo her parents at Newport R9V Father Hennessy has been quite sick but has about re covered Mr H M Moss is in Louisville and Lexington this week 61 business Miss Mary Lewis is afc home fronj a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville Miss Rebecca McWliorter re turned home last week from a visit to Oampbellsvilie Mrs W M Durrett attended the ClaybrookeSmith wedding at Bardstown yesterday Messrs Joe Clements Joe Claybrooke C L Price and C W Hagan were in Bardstovvc Sunday Mr Hugh Lee Smith of Bardstown has accepted a position in the News Leader compos ing room Mrs Kate Hardin and grand s v of Hodgensville are visiting Mrs W E Selecmen and other relatives here Mr J C McElro is in Louis ville this week to attend a me ing ofUie Hard are Dealers Association rMessrs WD and John Clay brooke went to Bardstown yesterday to attend the Smitli lay brooke wedding Miss Jula Campbell has re turned to Louisville after a pleasant visit tOy the family of Mr F M Campbell Mr Joi F1 Pettis returned from Stanford Tuesday Mrs Pettis and daughter 9ntinued their visit until warmer weather Messrs John Miller of Camp bllsville Jim Miller of Louis vilie and Fred Ghotson ot Padu- cah are the guests of Miss Rebecca McWhorter this week Mr anJ Mrs C C McChoid returned Monday from Louisville The report that their daughter Miss Margaret was seriously ill vvos erroneous as she had only a slight attack of the grip Mrs G Tl Clements entertained at enchro Tuesday even ing There were three club prizes Miss Hattie Rudd won the ladies prize Mr Clarksori won the gentlemens prize Mrs Booth Carr o won the visitors prize LETTER LIST 5 Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield postofilce for week endinsr Feb 15 l 05r Ralph Adams Mrs Ella An drew Mrs Wm Buckman Miss Hattie Cozort Miss Hanah Char ley Abbie Davidson Matt Ha gan Col Hamilton Mrs Pearl LeJford Christopher Mudd An drew Thompson Persons calling ror tnese letter will please say advertisVd and give date of list w A Waters PM Notice s H M QNan Jr having gone out of business has placed his accounts in my hands for collec tion All persons knpivlng them selves to be indebted to him will please cdl at my office at once and settle V F Neikirk Notice I am authorized to offer for sale apportion of the farm of St RoseFdr terms and luther parfciculari apply to the undersigned j Rev R F Laupen er- 4b Prior The health and fragrance acd strength of the great pine forest are coudensed in Pin nlesa neW disOuvcry put up in a new 4ay A cure for all Kidney flood and Bladder diseases Backache Lumbago and ever form of Rheumatism Piles rid the system of impurities RMlby Haydona bar- pcyj I BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Spring 1905 Trees by the million Fruit and Phade Small Fruit Grape- Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhu barb and everything found at such an establishment We sell direct ttoUie placterand have no agents Tree and Strawberry Cata logues on application H F Hjllenmeyer Sons Lexington lty NEEDS OF THE HAIR The Greatest Are Clcanline Yen tilation and Friction first and greatet needs of the ITIJ are cleanliness friction and ven batl1lwill fairly laugh with happiness mdiIsome crazy reason there are many viduals who will not wash their heads often enough to keep the hair decently Dndldooncp every week or two the hair should t he carefully washed1 If there Is an In cllnatlon to dandruff or If the hair Is subjected to an unusual amount of dust a weekly shampoo Is an absolute necessity By using eggs lInstead of soap there is no danger whatever of causing the hair to become harsh and brittle Eggs are as cleansing as soap and the fjnlphur contained In them acts as a tonic to the growth When eggs are used the water should be very hot and tlielinlr rubbed vigorously so that the eggs will make good live suds No soap Is s neceSsary J When the hair persistently suffers from loss of vitality It Is usually from one orunore of llie following causes Uucleahljuess lack of care anxiety wgrrj late hours 9versfudy want of exercise or disease Dyspepsia Is re sponsible for niany thinned out halos The hair being the most delicate of the bodys formation is the first to show that the body is not receiving fiulllcldnt nourishment The use olt harmful restoratives or dyes will fre quently entire the hair to become gray and broken Oue cannot be too careful what one nibs into ones thought dom THE BABY S EARS They Really Require Attention From the Moment of Birth The ears are quite as important little members to be cared for as the eyes and when they stand out from tIle head they are anything lint ornamental From earliest infancy be canfful to see that the cars arc always kept back In place When the child is lying on lIds side be sure that the ear is lying fiat against the head not folded over toward the face Be careful that the child lies on one side as much as on the other If he lies always on one side the ear on the opposite side is apt to stand out a little more than the one which he lies Nurses when putting childrens caps on are often careless ill not seeing that the cars art pressed nat against the head Time and again when a bar bys cap has been removed have I seen the little cars red and creased by being bound forwarfi by the snug cap find If baby has thick hair or curls which are gathered in a little muss behind4 the ear they too will prevent the ears from lying back close to the head espe cially where theris the slighteststcnd ency of the eRrs to stand out The mother or nurse shquld be very careful of thee littlo things for if neglected until the child is a few months old it is not easy then to commence to remedy this defect It must be looked after while the child fs verjr young MArian na Wheeler in Harpers Basar CULINARY CONCEITS Granulated sugar makes a better me riuguc than powdered sugar Save rice water when you have boll ed rice for curry as It makes i very good foundation fjor stock or sauce ji In cooking tough fowls or meat one tablespoonful of vinegar In the water will save nearly two hours boiling i One cook always puts a crust ot brood Into the water in which greens are boiled She says that the bread absorbs au objectionable rankness of flavor Nearly every thing made with baking powder may be raised equally well with sour milk buttermilk onsoda al lowing one 6veu teaspoonful of soda to each pint olKmllkr Beefsteak is often improved by rub ying two teaspoonfuls of salad oil over iittlidn leaving it so for several hours between two plates This is said to soften the meat fiber A Wonderful Knife The collection of a famous firm ot cutlers In Sficllleld England includes whut is by some considered to be the most valuable knife In the world It Is large enough to fit in the poet otInone but a giant and it contains entyfive blades which close up like those of an ordinary knife Each otJthe larger blades Is elaborately engraved and among the subjects of these strange pictures are views ot Sheffield college the city of Windsor castle Arundel castle YorkI score of other famous scenes halts Arc of motherofpearl carved with grqat skill On one side the artist 1ms depicted a stag hunt and on the other a boar hunt Illlibon BdilUlh Convenient Every well groomed woman takes pleasure in running wash ribbons through her underwear This ribbon should be purchased in several sizes as it does not look pretty if used in a width too large for slipping easily hrpsghthe beading To avoid curling or turning the ribbon the shoipor can now buy a fiat bodkin with fine teeth which catch the ribbon at either edge and run It flatly through the beading blend A ldtclie11COD sltcer The which Bread SliceIII of any desired of a wooden frame an loaf It is adjustable to I IJsidesframe and the bread knife cuts ttpuglh the space desired A bacon Btlofer on the same principle IIt offered ly 1 UoneiLoWMInI t tIon1ItscIt Gratitude has a faithful nem- andjjjjUj t 4 tj f f it for Chapped ilandst- AndRoflflhSkiN 9 t J i i USE f 1r t H w Borotefrtr t It is Soothing and Healing Just the it tbipg to ue after in tiT cold and youll n beiDtQutyed with ROugh and Chapped j TRY A BOTTLE t I Wood1Wc11sd THE DRUGGIfcT J f 5S 5 Peoples Deposit Bank KY fSPRINGFIELD ORGANIZED BEC aMa is 9 Capital 5O5KK I Surplus and Profits 2OOOO OFPJCERSf Geo D Robertson President I H hurman VicaPresr V 1 dent J A Boulvrare Cashier Chas M tfilccibbril C Assistant Cashier Hc Lee fOQ Keepett r DIRECTORSGeoD Robertson IH Thunnahi V7 L Graham Gj L Haydon J W Satterly T M Blanford JK ili i Patrons enjoy every privilege usually extended by retfal 4ic well equipped Banks Prospective depositors are invitetlrtso writ call in person g1 I wwiHWiwWiWili iiliitiWii Iill1WT- t fliitiW Cl I Shirtt A 8Bargains 1 0 If 1Jf c 5 5 In order to make room for Spring s h Good we are offerl lg some rare Bar iS gains in Mens Shirts t Iii t7 r See those dn display m our show window W Iv j 100 Shirts fort 7ci j iI 1 150 Shirts fer10 fi z i lj 200 Shirts for L50 I5 t S Take a look at our windb wand see ify6u c i tr- a tlt 2 find your size iJpf t j a 1i1iThese are all desirable patterns t 1 ii but we have too many This lot W iJIi t f i not last many more days so dont pu- t3ofi f tlbuying L 1 l I Eolertsb t fOSI jtjl M m f il IIl I l qW i Safe off WMfe Goods I 1 We wish to especially call the attention of our lady cup IIIm f towers to some bargain sal as which we will have ftfr th ir- benefitf iLt r m m 1 Special SaTe of Enibro deres mJ rJhavea fUJIlline we are prepared to offer many beautiful de t frfiM signs at from 5 cents 10 25 cents per yartf II OurMTSTeOt table ifnen continues and we have a few place left in from 2t 10 8 yard lengths which w S are selHiiff at 83k per cent reduction 1Al Spnnj Gingrhams Our spring stock of A F Co Ging haaas as arrited I and we a large assortment Mkctfroar fl IIff 1fiti t Remember tb e goods are all MW frtih land having m juatarrived jfbr oiar spring afcek mmj inndj C1ayrooke fil EE AversPil Want r TH tSLEAOER WINTER BOUND i Wr 1ttc j t IPSar c i Phi IxtovpMljr tMd ireather IIayfirthr move nw to In aIaeMr of th Co- lovkla A LcbiiKo Interurban vBiSfBMli sad prociLie to hold rtiit4 at irtaadntUI for several datitocom prMrent Azbill- t was breed to rttermf bis head qnartara Ira tit ready to return pi aootLM ib wttLtr breaks to it 8ipropoted route with r eofkt rt Apjoointments jffa Igpii ad foctbe experts looelReztM day but that bai b en periorot callfe4 off Knd tIL itift BOW boped that the overland Ijiniipj ofia p ction will begin T fr HsrrIsbirg Tuesday ttnf thrSlat The delay k ip c mutuallj pretted by o iiiHDe p oik arid Pie ldent M d ibe ccffiaeers Tele 7 Knfmkurtd tttepboBic comaaua ia te bsa beeAkept upbetween II tb pmtind altare aniio- usWaathtart TtU p pple ot Perry illo Lad a itMMief pMbiie mcettB iin the in iMWt 6C ibt Jew railroad Jlast JS ittrday and wore than two bwldrad people attended They jt Tt 8 abobs prompt nd vig r M MI any jMasure calculated toI locate ibtlio byway of Perryj Tlttt and the spirit shown was bob liberal and progressive Itc WM dctd d to have committee eoflM to Harrodsturg the evenI jug before the start of the presii i dst and experts and our escort over the route to remain overI fiigbt and accompany the partyJ TbVporpoe is to show tbeir iyjri iattretfb la the road and to point ofitaod discusslthe advanI UtfM of the Perrsjville route ITlMreti is creditable to the Itttta city and tier citizens arid i 1t J7 will do much to pull the big en fj terpriM their way villeIiM ft to be very doubtful about ibtir jbkviig any chance to se cu the road and are not boomI t uigaI they were expected toI io They are missing a great longtgo and they are left outHtr 4 burg Democrat 134f i POSITIVE GUARANTEE 1 SlM4 ly C J Hiyin WH Afreet t Ie raY MNey It Jr Carkt4d3raaI- Livw f wr faik ti Cwe YMU 15 f GUARANTEE We harebr agree to refund the a jB9B y for Dr Carltedts German Liver Powder on the return of the euvtr battles the purchaser stating itb 8 failed to relieve and sure him faay of the diseases tor which it s recoflnaeaded Thi guarantee yen tbe ute of a bottle or four 25e bottles or two months treat 5lMatlimed 1 Dr Cdrlrtedt German Liver Pow iir Is a wonderful remedy a pre L IISII used for over fifty years by t Ii siiiest Gerdan physician iur- r11 pJnietlce1 both in Europe and hisI iemrr and sold by thousands 4 I 4rtifKki all over the world So j mildly natural are the effects of this remedy that all Kidney and Liver t ttronble live way to perfect health p t s It erelthe worst cases and many z liar seen cured who bad tried every k kabwn reedy Xtf Y C J MAYDON- Iwut ii tell you all About Dr Carleteds icPaa Liver Powder it has cured Jt iir of kit customers who are re C MH idingit tothe friends Jsetter than testimonials is the r j ramtec unaer which Dr Carlstedts eaR Liver Powder is sold If it does not relieve arid care yen it will you Hdthibg go at once and pro Giirethe remedy and take along this p guarantee TiiHSiNs fLtSLfSt Beatty ville ICy There is pow a sevenloot rise in the Souih Fork of tbe Ken IBilry rivet Over 3OCO logs ar passing per hour together Jrith many loose rafts The1 h i 1Ir is filled ttith ice and heayy TelegraPhictfrom Hazard nod Jackson thatIthe ice is broken at IilJaH i joints the river filled1 and rafts and man- yIespmgaeYportedVi ThisisI I l w JlrttriMk therver over fourteen nootfca WK the lumber t a hv beea WatchlnJIItbe j interest They ally large niiibtr1 expected to Itathat r go- f i tested that they will lose at least 50 pw cent and probably all tb Jlogs Old river men liere- M7 that such conditions have not existed since 179 when the booms all along the river were broken causing atmpst a total looj to Iqmbermen Nttce I Any iinforniat on as to the whereabouts 0kthe Knights Tem- plar uniform including theI sword belonging to the late H H Hord will be gratefully re ceived by ndersignedIV es- Sprinfieldj Ky REV1 ARNIi TStranAe Declrlrie the Noted Evan Aclltl UWow rreachlni Rev George 0 Bi nes the noted itioerant evangelist has been prechinn Hirbford Ky to good crowd4 the past week Rev Barnes is now in his 78th year yet he seems hale and hearty He has been preaching fifty years He is the son Of a Presbyterian minister and as a preacher has gained a national reputation whi h spread to other continents For ttwenty vears he preached what he termed the common wellknown doctrine of the Presbyterian church Then a change camejlrer him and forth past thirty years hejias been preaching a doctrine which is strange to many peopl but which he says he is able to sub stantiate by the Scripturas Its a creed which mystifies many For instance hp holds that there are three hells oi future punish mont viz toe oldfashioned Hades Gehenna where many professed Christians will go for a season and Tautariur he tern porary abode of the fallen angels Rev Barnes repudiates the pop ular theory ithat the devil is a fallen angel He quotes scripture which says that the devil was not only t1iar from the beginning but murderer there fore he could never have been an angel of light Rev Barnes does not believe in eternal pur ish ment His idea is that souls will be punished a length of time commensurate with the sins they have committed apd accordi g to their standing Lefore GodI tt the last grand wind up the devil will be annihilated and the imprisoned souls turned loose This he says is possible from the Tact that the devil is not im mortal and that souls are mortal He says Christ went to hen and tasted its torments for every per SOReThis ne avers was unavoidable from the fact that Christ took the part of a substi tute for man in every sense of the word Man says Rev Barnes is made up of three ele ments vizthe body the soul and the spirit The body and the soull1he says are mortal while the spirit is that immortal Godlike attribute of every man saint cit sinner which at death returns to God who gave iit His idea of the tunpardonable- sin isjattributine to God the works of the devil In Christs time he says this practice was reversed attributing to the devil the works of Gcdbut that it is the same thing either way and that those who entertain this Lien whether preachers or laymen will surely be damned He says GodE never afflicted or punished anybodythat all phy sical ills or misfortunes come at the hands of the devil the prince of the power of tha air These are ouly a few of the Fal ient points of hisstrange creed Rev Barnes set out about two years ago to preach in every county seat in Kentucky He says be felt called of God to do this in his native state This is his 96th couaty and be has 28 county seats yet to make He travels under the auspices of no church or organization depending upon voluntary contributions to promote his work His ser mona at Hartford have created much comment and set many people to thinking Whether you agree with him or not you In earnestInHerald For cracked hands chapped lips and rough skiny Pines lye is thuiceat quckest besfcare One applicatiobs in one night paove1t hld bylIiyii Pharmacy J ook out for Joughs Colds Croup dWhOO Pinl CUgh They are dan pfrttus at this eaeon of the year They lead to pneunomia or con unptfon to cm vreventec CBrjsall such corn plaint With flees irative Honey andar a ntoYfr ifIt remedies by H f AN EVERLASTING POST An Ohio MaRs End Post Arrange xacnt Kxpen lY but Satisfactory An end post likely to be there at the dawn of the next century Is sketched by correspondent for the Ohio Farm er with the following comments A see the figure is o cubic pit 4 by 4 by 4 feet fined with cobblestones and Portland cement about eight Inches ot the top being as strong as Is used for walks The post B Is In three Inch gas pipe well galvanized with a screw cap on top nt D and a short piece of flveclgbth Inch rodC through rihole hi the lower eudl The top end also bus ffveeighths Inch rod c through a hole JIETAILIO END POST SET d CEMEKT top end of the threequarter Inch brace rod E which hns a short double heal at the top as shown so as to hold firm ly when In the position shown For a gatepost I useS a one and a quarter Inch rod brace drawn at the top so the end will enter the three quarter Inch hole and place the brace on the other side of the post forming a brace Instead of a tension brace In the other style Possibly a smaller cube of cement might hold but I wished to make sure ga used a1 four foot cube I have four of these posts which have been In use nearly tout ycnrstnud they show no Indication of moving or deterioration The materials coat me about 3 enoh which some ma3 consider expensive but for road way or other places where a post will always be needed they are not expen sive when durability Is considered for they may well be calied everlasting JIre s to tIle Avernare Farm lien Important tnctols jq the production of a superior quality of poultry hreetlq and straJn and other conditions nf fectlng poultry raising have been In restlgnted at the Canadian expert mental farms and the Information gained In connection with testing and hatching eggs laid during the cold son son summarized as follows The generous and gently stimulating rations given to the fowls kept In cold houses did not seem Ttp affect the strength of the germs of the eggs taW by them as similar rations apparently did in the case of the hens kept In ar tificially warmed quarters Efiffs laid In early December by the lions In artIficially warmed houses bowed n greater pprpffltnge Of strong germs than did eggs laid by them later in the sensonrEggs laid by tho same irons Ju early spring showed n satisfactory percentage of fertility but the weakest germs The most striking and gratifying re suIts were obtained from tho fowls which like their parent stock had nev ed known warm quarters From fifty five eggs laid by these fowls In early spring after laying well during the winter forty relght strong chickens were hatched In contrast with this Lire seventeen chickens front fiftytwo eggs laid by hens kept In warmed but comparatively limited quarters Resultsl were strongly In favor of the average farm conditions One Mon Saw Machine The cut shows a device that a Rural toundjt t feet and 10 feet 4 inches from the1 pin isI OXS MAN CECSSCUT SAW long The guides C for B to play in are 8 feet 2 Inches dear The pitman D is 4 feet long and 1 inch thick The saw kl teat Jans ami projects 4 feet 2 Inches ThQ handle set slightly slanting The saw Is bolted on to tie side of the pitinnn The forward two bolts have large washers TWD boarJs K B pre halved together nUll nailed to tup standard They are about 3 feet In length The sair carriage Is simply two straight llogs placed at a convenient height THE COTTON SITUATION A Limited Area Under Good Culture ii Again the Proponed Remedy While the pre3ent condftion of the cotton market Is seriaus und discour flgiug perhaps the most serious prob lem Is yet In the future the prospect forthe next crop I believe the fnrm prsvwho hayp part of their lastt years crop could stand the present prices for the remnant still in their hands and would let the same go to sale It assured In regard to the market for the present years prospective crop What should be done to cause a reac tion and give assurance of paying prices next fall is the Vital question now awaiting rfi1 answer says R J Bedding In Atlanta Constitution anti hIS own answer Is ns follows After considering the various schemes and plans for bringing about a reaction that will carry pricesto 0 or 10 cents the willingness of bankers to advance money to tanners rarehouse ro celpts etc It seems obvss that all plans whatever will failmust 4nevita Lljalthat do sot hjclwfc A ttJeil il amiuitbn on the p4t of cotton r N area or xne next crop Such determina tion should take solid tangible shapel and not end In mere talk and viva voce resolutions The cotton men who han dIe the crop the manufacturers who work It up and all concerned in the trade must have substantial reason to believe that the farmers are going to do what they some of themiTare ready to swear they will do The danger to be feared In case the market shall again be quoted at 9 or 10 cents before planting time needs but to be merely hinted at The Per Cent of Redaction I believe the reduction should be greater than 25 per centnot less than 33 per cent Indeed I am tiot so sure that onehalf the area of last year will not yield more money next fall than any larger proportion At a reduction of 25 per cent it would be a compara- tIvely easy thing to reproduce the total output of last year by throwing out the outlying poorer soils and concentrating skill labor and fertilizers on the small er area The very much more liberal use Of fertilizers last year was more largely responsible for the big crop than anything cise within the firmess control The good seasons probably had more to do with It than fertilizers and seasons and liberal fertilizing tog ther were far more Influential than the Increased Urea compared with pre vious years The Strength of the Proposition tollt1rgclperIcent on the acreage plant only good land fertilize liberally and make a bet ter yield per acre thus reducing the cost of production while at the same time reducing the total amount produced and widening the margin be tween the cost of production and the market price on both sides The strength of this contention is largely In the fact that any farmer can adopt the policy as has already been shown In previous articles without waiting for the cooperation any othdr farm err Another strong feature Is that such a polly is always In orderat all times and in all places It Is the fun damental principle tliatunderlles scion tific Intensive farming To Drive Three Home Abreant I send you a diagram of lines that work nil right to drive three horses abreast writes a correspondent to Na tional Stoclman I have been using them myself for two years For drlv UJTCS von THHEE posses ABREAST Ing three In a binder they are very convenient The lines are made the same as for two horses only tfie No3 must be addedl which must be ten jpchps iQijgpi l than tho NQ g The WlY tthe Jines are crossed is the way they must bo put on the horses The hits In the diagram represent tho horses Brief Mention The Japan Weekly Mail announces that an extraordinary rIco crop Is ex pected in Japan thls year In British India rice culture occu pies an area almost four times the area of wheat Foreign advices make it appear that from 8000 to 10000 acres mypbcei planted to cotton In tho British West Indies The 110405 orange crop of Florida Is estimated by the Florida TiniesUnion rt 1850000 boxes as compared with 1050000 boxes Inst year TJle San Francisco Trade Journal es timates the California raisin Crop for ipOl pp 7300000Q pounds agaln t lgd 000000 pound in 1003 unit the prune output tot 1104 as o7ooeoLpounds against 105000000 pounds H 1003 The California shipment of citrous trAIts oranges and lemonsj for 100304 has been estimated at 20809 car loads cdtislBtlug of 112S92lQ boxes ngulnst 23871 car loads consisting of TW1302 boxers tor 100203 IDETECTIVE STORIES The Literary Wrnknem In the Novel h of Crime and Detection j I know of one good reason and only theforlesforms of art Most of the objections raised against them by the vague mind ed world of ihodprn culture irobably Ithe most vague minded world that hits ever exlstetlj are quite narrow anti childish To say that the detective tale is sensational simply to say that It Is full of feeling or Is aesthetic Aes thetic Is the Greek for sensational Sensational is the Latin torn sthcth say that the thrill which it gives ITO connected with bald and positive with bald and positive death and not with any of the fine spun drawing room emotions which it Is now the fashion fa conduct t1aIIV Iii to pay it n high compliment Time UJbe Is concerned with these great plain sins and Judgments So nro tho great Greek dramas so are tile tragedies of the Elizabethans so are the old ballads and so are all men anywhere who live lives sufficiently real to have over seen the great plain sins and Judgments There Is one good argument as I theIthey should be saddest when we hush It a happy tale should Ue happiest when we finish It a stirring tale should be most stirring at the end a fantas tic taro most fautastlp at the end But this kind of mysterious tale is not most mysterious at the end It Is then least mysterious or rather not mysterious at all Instead of rank ling a commonplace thing mystical the aim of all good art J the detec tive reverses the process and makes a mysticalt thing commonplace Aid from tills comes that one fatal weak n 1ln the sensational novel of crime find detection flip gnu thing that does separate It I am afraid from greet fiction the fact that there Is no Jra pulso to read lIt again A detective tale we have read Is an empty bottle of wine nn exploded shell a thlnj dcr itroyed The mystery of thetamltQ Hamlet Js alive M kicking tlllp JCClItertoa lu doll New J i jSIAWOIUb MRS SARAH D WINANS ORe of the Earnest Workers ef the Woman Relief Cory Mrs Sarah D AVinans of Toledo ex president of the National Womans Re lief corps is the daughter of the Her John Darst a German Baptist minister who was among the earlier settlers of Miami countjM OTl1e wife of a gal lant soldier Colonel J Cory Wlnans who was wounded in the defense of the flag her interest In the W II C has been sincere antI loyaL When the nations greAt fratricidal combat broke out Mrs Wlnans was among the first to organize an aid so- cIety under the Christian sanitary com MRS SARAH P WdANS mission They sent no end of needful things to the field hospitals and they also secured liberal donations to the great sanitary fair at Cincinnati It is said that since the organization of the Womans Relief corps Mrs Wi nans has never missed a department or national convention Mrs Wlnans Is thus described itA woman In the prime of life who served her way up through the various of flees of succession from subordinate corps to tthe head of the department and on committees of state and nation al Importance she Is thoroughly versed In every phase of relief corps work She is thorough systematic thoughtful and kind and among all the grand women who have conducted department affairs none has administered them more wisely or well or wielded the ga- el with a better grace Modest retiring and slow to speak slip Is always ready far duty anti equal to the occasion whatever it may boBoston Traveler TiiklnB the Initiative Are tha new century women begin niiig to take the Initiative In their In tercourse with tho opposite sex Do they not ask men to do this and that instead uf waiting until the men ask them as was customary In tho days of their mothers and grandmothers 1 lIt wo did wo should havo a long time to walt laughed a pretty maiden whose invitation on the telephone to a young man to come up and take tea with her had been overheard by her grandmother and had prompted tho foregoing remarks Why men would npViU1 pome heat you unless you made appointments with them she coutln upd defending her position Im sure I would much rather have Ned Smith call me up on the telephone and nillt It he might be allowed to como up anti take ft nip or tea with mo this after noon but he wouldnt He would nev or think of It But if I ask him be likes to come I know that When he comes I shall Inquire if he is going up the river to Carrie Ms wedding on Saturday Perhaps thiculje will asft me to go up In Ids automobile but iha lops riot I Khali day I think it la just lovely going up by auto and then probably lie will think jf It Do you know she continued It Is now1IThe n1co ones do it so nicely that yoq hardly see it but they dQ It nil ibm snipe nnd the men Just wait for thorn tq auggnat everything Otherwise they would go oft by themselves and not re ncmbor anything about usPhhladel l ia Inquirer Mending an Oriental Rut A rare antI vpry beautiful but an cleat oriental rug came in course of time to disp1ui1 about two Inches square The edges also for a space of two Inches on either end were unpleasantly rayed and worn It was a Bokhara of rich dark reds witbTBomc tan grayish white and dark blue At a house where antique rugs were soul anti repaired I was naked 10 for inemlluKlt Upon this tdf ter minedl t3 do a little surgery myself I cut oft the frayed edges for a spmce of two Inches on one end and nit inch on time other anti then raveling a few threads of the wpof left a half Inch of warp by way of a fringe which is often seen in very old rugs This gave me a quantity of material for patching and taking a square cut to fit the hole I buttonholed the lpiece and the cut edge of the rug where 4t was to go with yarn using gray red tan or blue las the pattern demanded I then fitted In the patch exactly and overljandVl tjjp PIP with strojiH earppt thread Mtr dampening and pressing on thp wrong side It required a sharp pair at pycs to detect the patched place Table Talk flupd Look Jiii these days good looks tell We not lodger live In Maud Muller times vheij the good looking woman may wear any old thing and be admired but the woman who Is passable must be car fuIy dressed andr groomed as tie Haying is 7iJ the good looking woman must bcjeqntlly careful of her looks lest uUo lone them Brains are a factor but the clever woman must give some time to her ap pearance lest she fall to inspire the re gpect of those with whom she comes tij pontact by the caro her appearance jghowa It Is within every womans power nowadays to foster what good looks nature has given her and to aid charyIto de- velopl good figures fronj very poor ma terial and by the amount of care given to the health of the body to develop good looks where but n small share eXt IstH This can be done by fresh alpl Careful diet and uathpgi Boston Traveler The Walking Skirt 4IijcsiiLondon the short skirt M Sftegatai tq ports and buslnes F eMIoetal pnsiolhmrirti 4 tifItifr InIthat law ot good dressing which demands for every garment the right to hang in Its natural l folds Frenchwo men leave short skirts to shopgirls and all kinds of hands Berlin leaders of society are only Just awakening to the dangers Inherent In the long skirt but they all wear trains Just the same Abroad the American girl can be pick ed out wherever she goes by her trim well cut smart short skirt Ret Fer the Mather You cannot serve your family better than by resting yourself An overtired mother cannot make sunshine in the home Try to take even half an hour of complete rest some time during the afternoon says Womans Life It will often be hard to get nway but make a duty of it and you will accomplish it It you were ill the children would have to get on without you Let them do it while you are keeping well for their sakes Think over the things that can 1iost be undone and leave some of them while you sleep Rest is much cheaper and more agreeable than a doe tors bill and it you do not have one you will surely have the other Homemade Extra1bI landl cheaper than Chose we buy Lemon or orange extract may be made by slicing the fresh lemon or orange peeling very thin nod putting it into alcohol Allow it to stand for a few weeks and strain the contents If you have no use for alcohol even in flavoring grate off the outside yellow rind of the lemon or orange and mix with the same amount of white soft sugar rub fine dry away from the fire and put Into a tight re eeptacleNational Magazine KaoTTledire ef Coolcia The cook in Jhe kitchen who can make better bread is to that extent better educated than her mistress who may greatly adorn a literary society This fact is to be borne well in mind by the young woman In college The fact that the womaii in the parlor has the money wherewith to buy assistance does not change the fact that she does not stand on an equality with the cook Rev W AMBartlett Paint Stain However old and dry paint may be it can be removed from carpets or dra perles by a liberal use of chloroform Saturate the spot keep it closely cop ered for half an hour then brush out The liquid destroys the oil in tWpalnt leaving only a powder that usually comes out leaving no stain unless on yery delicate fabrics In obstinate cases the application may need to be repeated foveral times Handkerchief Tie4 A hemstitched bordered silk handker chief makes an attractive and novel tie From one corner cut diagonally toward the middle Just half the neck measure jiJm the sides Just cut Tie around the neck making a knot at the back It is also knotted loosely in front where the slit ends The rest hangs In jabot style down the front For the Complexion A soft clear complexion can be ob tamed If the following hint Is persever ed with Mix some flowers of sulphur with a lltflo new milk let this stand overnight without disturbing the sal plum and In the morning beore wash lug time face rub the mIlk gently Into the skin with the finger tips Sickroom Hint Pow peoiJie nopt trained nurses know that a restless patient Js made much more comfortable If the corners of the uudersheet are carefully pinned to the underside of the mattress with safety pins Draw the bet tight and pin it securely It will bo a relict to you anti the suffering patient oragoOdcnm hor mouth wash take a pint of hot water and dissolve in it two drams of powdered borax When the watercools add one drum each of spirits of cdmphor and tincture of myrrh A loaf of broad which has become dried can bo made nearly as nice as when fresh baked by plunging it into cold water then placing lun hot oven fur a few minutes Rub grease on the scams of new tin were keep in a warm place for a clay nod the article will not trnSt in the seams Saxony rugs are among the desirable kinds that have very artistic colors and ate vty serviceable POINTED PARAGRAPHS Prohnbly time easiest thing In the world bite be a bore You waste halt your time Theres reform work for you It Is possible to laugh at trouble but the laughter doesnt mean it What a disagreeable world this would be It people were perfectly candid It is easier to talk a man out of a thing than It is to flgli hlm out of it There Is one thing sure nbout a fuss It does not do any gcjstVto talk it over When men talk together It Is of prices at whfcli things can 10 sold Women talk of prlcea ftt Which things eafliebougbt Tjip spntlment pecms tq be always in favor or abusing thp man who phr Jects to cost when it cames to funeral or wcddmgs AtchlsDU Globe Net q Il VoKer T Lear IDq Is only one mistake that can in making coffee anti that Js ta cook It too much When subJect to a momoutary boiling and thenre moved from the fire It Is a drink for the gods but It it is kept at a high de gree of heat for thirty minutes Its character Is entirely changed and it becomes almost poisonous Of the pee pIe who overcook coffee in this way some do it through Ignorance but the greater part of them through greed Ji order to make It go furthpp an4 Pfc duce a larger profit What w6 need I n U law making It a capital offense tq boll coffee more than three minutes Chicago Chronicle Child Pension IB Frame At all times it has been ait object with French parents to teacha dilld to be provident ahdeconomlcal A ehItd- ot three can become a member of the Mutuallte by giving only 2 cents a week One cent will entitle it to getting 10 cents a day when It fa and the other goes toward getting J pen loq when it is at a certain age No MM knows how lOeg a child can live lflt what does the coBtrlbntkm aotteTbtIaanl1yi 1 lilWiJ SM who d9W not apedthEttOrea7A- New bo fillbtMU givlnt4 eseta a mufa ti ieItr win whtn ht te lofl of 73 ft yw lThe Kimd TonBEaTaAlways Bogbt ttMLnrfaicit h Ii use for over 3O yemw hM born the algiastare sC 1I IIHRAlt Counterfeits Imitatkms xA Jetmoottare ui 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common politeness and savoir lithe and his disgusting exhibition of the art of beng It offends good taste and refinement now the hen man ages to put up with it is gertalnly one of the mysteries of the cop If six or eight hens would Join a liens club modeled after Sorosls and throw the rooster down gool nijd hard once or ttylee be would soon discover that hew s not the only kernel on the cob Minneapolis Journal A SpclllnfC Rule AJ a School Inspection some of the boys found n difficulty In the correct placing of the letters It and cotll such words as believe brecelve etc when Ute inspectdr said blandly My boys I will give you Jan Infallible tileone I invariably use wyselt11 The pupils were all attention and even the master pricked up his ears The inspector continued It is simply this Write the1 and e cxactiy alike and put the dot the middle over them London Telegraph Not What He Meant Mother to lbr daughte WIll you play that nw soqnta for the dpctor Daiighter Bnt mamma the doctor has bad so much sorrow lately 1oe- tQrBut1t my dear young lady to bear you ploy will not be pleasure Flie gende Blatter ThQ Coffee Plaaiii Friend In tiierepublle of Colombia there Is a tree highly esteemed asa shade for the coffee plant It la found also in tropical Brazil and possesses qualities that make it peculiarly suited forth particular use It will live on a stony poqr soil pncla tree emily eighteen months old wiil hade 144 square yards of ground wUIlK when tuU grown it may be flftyXifeet lgh and rhaye a spread of fifty fdet on every aIde i KTtiC Wife Henrj what makes you in such a furlo temperl Husband IM trying to reiht a Scotch dialect story The plot f ifearfnlly exciting but Icant liuydloSr the language fadt enou lJ to kiupwith theheroDe trait or trset NeeJed Do yp favor the whipping jMt toe wife hate Nirniiswered the com wkoka beeQJUveral times married Til JaU JrOoe the stove litter is good eowtH 5tJ ase Washington star 1 fune t a peo4 ital Ijits 1 11I11MkI t t v IIJkrki1t J fiefII r l1 When You fety Spoons knives Corksdcy n4fMclMW dii +J vteven if they do oM a little aiore They are worth the 4lgn 76ERSB J ft Htii It thc stampIt iasWM HCMlaeltHicn qSalityfaMossforwear Sold by kadiug dealcrat eKtywherc For 4JtelSJ walIll Ce 11PAPOOSEPOPCORIfi li iI 11 A subscriber to the Seaihenid Agriculturist secured the orfcfc 1jnal e4 from an old Rdbl l 7 Northwtst Texas After xprI l raeatinjr with It seven ysor bI wrote that paper WlpTe qtdl 1 ground and care tt will iai from to 100 omkcl to tRacre and pl Hted thick and cvrt stalk and lIll will rnak psrf IHtl and better feed thaja abrthing I ever saw Tk e 1 tj oMneierrhavetbcc cJlotulace W11 4 ftJcJebrolllhtYdr 11few1Htsae1carel4lt lot a rmQ1tacthM ubcri ties to koui1J Sigrlhsr 31 CP BU tNIe Tss a4yomiwlt1Wsse4bypptsra pi1e edgfwiaa aj U t WANTED tOOOOO Ir I SKINS 1iAotberraicfurat extremly big fi prices AdresoA qjIADT J yITIWATIONAL eIMANT CIMOIMNATt OHIO jP J