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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ryr w r- fF Ir j1 Y + M I ju ztr l08 SPBINGFlELDi WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 23 1905 4 loi YEA1 1s4iJ j3t 1t T r HJti i1 1f Rpsou ERS rMERS Of FfcUM- VfPHONV 53I- tss aotk- ft fro brmncfa ol railroad in I dUtrkt t1eoeRI5Lber of LD Hon tiy on the fe rtk aiu4 Octo wisltk At itec Cesc- oUIrheld o tkc thiri Ut CoURTion tht4Cisck uty Attcey erhff Ooonty qiirvieyIir DepptTt Bu of CsMO D5Id al Po8csIt g rtilctyAttoceY cf cQUsheta lnJ5i1Y- b cktobeL CHuRCHucprPutor r and Thir syST- ti al1 730 pir ey ry 534ayatlO a Idevery We47e i OLIC CIIUR- CiljjyBaitOt no Soitfa d 10 oclock I as t otia1e kours- N CHUKCH ttdtfls Pastor Service i 5iwMy in I each g CHURCHf ZD Lit1MeI Pastor y ty at 11 a 5smy ebeI evr7 son MB Pry r atI- V T h t 7 oclock iBT CHURCH ion Willianis Pastor 7 Ssiizy at 11 a in Itandly School every a prayer meetiag evIg at 7lS clock a irs j 5 gprieigfleld lodge l S firand third Moeday sUsw A Ckapteri No y seooad Teeday i 14 CorncUNu2 eets os- tbM1I4Y SU of ThZ AtXV Mect- t rfrfWt i i1 ckI I OLETS IIONEYMDTARl Ftts fIss I 1 Remember FrsaSSId the tvam I 3sIqs IIjud Ti IiJI- 1 It having the gen inii Three lnM 10 S c SI Prepare only bySFOtfy Qmoanv ChIOS- ISj j 1111IIIIilliilii ii fi A ROUND or TALKt r T y I lIII I I lll The Way of The World m II 4 t I Written for The NewsiLeader by Omikron r rtAfter an experience of mbre than half century j Tis ever thus in eyry place c I In all this big wide world W I Where men do meet each face to face A In herdeceitful whirl m So long as you do prosper well ei In travel or it home Theyll flock around for qnite a spell And think It splendid fun Begin to weary and to lag iAnd fail to sure succeed V g lAloneTis human nature where YOU go A To let the poor man slide When trouble comes to him theyllshow v They are the ones to hide i v i i You cant depend on men at all r Except io rarest case S IWhen you begin to slip andfalli r Theyll leave you in the race t c Not nlysOJbUrQri will turn And curse and push and kick If you should call lor help theyXll spurn And do some dirty trick 1 r Ittsntit how true youvei been And faithulIy have trieu If you should fail the prize to win iYouUl wish then you had died f r t Neglect contempt and hatefuli scorni Y ill get as your reward I harlIborn r i The brotherhood of man is yet p tTheory subllmsta4 While evry man is for bmjlf ThedevHfor the hindmost t I i Tis only those who love their God Who love their fellow men v iTha will befriend in case of need i And oJttiUt e en fl L- TexsKy rra A nnnnftiJItuUUA I n IEEDED cg l complaint througtioutthe state i about the need of reform in re ard to the country district schools The complalnt is made and justly too that the schools the cities and towns of the tate are being improved and uilt up but that little or no ef fort is being made toimprove the eSjIni instances almost totally unfit for se and ara ueyer comfortable he terms areshortandgenerally split to suil the weather coo i and the teachers are gen poorly paid which means indifferent instructions yJV hava I doubt thatthe coubtpy schools f Washington county are about well conducted as they are in most of the counties in Kentucky a but there is great neeiof reform the entire system There is a ret improvement year after year in schoos and cblleges of the citie and towns hut the ret orm it seems will never reach the country districts where bunJ dreds of the children Of the hard working farmer are compelled to get their educaton or do without The system is good for the towns and cities but is it justice to the counfry dwellers It is not every flu mer who can afford the ex z pens of sending his children in1 sos a consequense the education 1 of many of the youths of the country is being badly neglected l just when they need it most t There should be some immediate legislation on the state school IlB AD FIXThe failure the Burley Tobicco ofI ers Co and other cir umstances have left some of the tobacco growers of the county in rather la bad predicament from which there does not appear to be any very immediate relief Although the promoters of the Growers l Co freely admit that the chances of that concern handling any to bacco this year at least are re mote no official action has been tketi releasing the farmers who ttMd the Growers contracts The Growers people claim that o MMsh acton MOMMrx thei JOOtiiractA sue not binding a- tjj i t 3 we do not believe they are but there is this trouble The Amer ican Tobacco Co management has instructed its buyers not to buy any crops that have bepnI contracted to the Groweis Co until they are officially released so the former who signed with the Growers are placed in a position whereby he must ship his tor partyiHeAmerican Co It looks as if the farmer is catching it from both sides just now The Growers Co has had him tied up and now the Trust is standing him off and in the mean time the market is going down TICK TOGETHER The to baccq growers shouldl notr give up the idea of establishing organization among them selves on account of the failure of the Growers Co It has been demonstrated first that the to bacco growers will organize andt they will stick together as long as there is any hope of success he failure of the Growers Co was not due to any lack of good faith on the part of the farmers The movement also demonstrated the fact that prices can be con trolled by the producers when they get together Tneorgauy IIneveraLtsaprponndeand 4iO- tiuntiltheplanswereknOckedout diathxrdeclibe come A meet ing will be held at the court househere next Monday we understand and every tobacco grower In the county should at tend and at least join any move ment that carries with it the idea of organization of the farmers for mutual prjotejstiun and mutuall in terests y1 r lIHE MARKET The Outlook for the tobacco market for the future is rather a gloomy lone although there is little indi cation of any severe decline in prices such as was predicted in case of the failure of the Grow ers Co to carry out its deal The law of supply and demand which is the prime principle in controlling prices in nearly all cases is making itself felt on the Louisville breaks arid other to bacco markets The offerings of burleyat Louisville duringi the past week or so have been unusually heavy and as a conse quence there has been a general decline in prices The market all during the first part of the season however has been high and a decline still may not put prices below the average for preceding years I Faned All efforts have failed to find a bet ter remedy for coqghs colds and lung troubles than Foleys Honey arid Tai It stops the c ugh heals the lungs and prevents seripns results from a cold J N Pattrson Nashua Iowa writes Last vlnter Ihad a bad cold on my lungs and tried at leaet half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had a treatment from two physicians with ont getting any benefit Alrieid rec ommenJed Foleys Honey and Tar and twothirds os o bottle cured me I con sider it the greatest cough and lung medicine in tne world For sale byI Wood Wells Pnjeules is the name of a new discovery pnt up in a new way A certain cnre for all KidneyBlood and Bladder diseases rnd eyer form of Rheumatism Pineules relieve Backacheand Kidney spain permanently If you need suchI a remedy let us showyou the wonder ful Pine les Sold by Ha dons Phar jmacy Popular Minister to Marry Rev W H Brengler the popular pastor of the Baptist church of this city and Miss Louise KetI sey of New York City will be married early In April at the brideshome Thebrideto be iir- a daughter of Dr P G Kesey and if a most charging and at tractive young lair She was born and reared in Kentucky but moved tto New York several years ago when her father moved there to engage in business The wedding is to be a quiet home affair and no mutations will bo issued Mr Brengle is one of the most popular ministers and pastors who ever lived in this city nd beI not only has the esteem and af fection of his own people but of the entire community Oa chos ing a helpmate for life we have no doubt he has shown the same wisdom and judgement that he has displayed in other matterS and no matter how good she is she can not be too good for Brother Brengle AlLer the marriage Mr and Mrs Brengle will spend a week in Washington after which they will come to j Elizabeth town where a most cor diil and hearty welcome will j await tfienEown News Rev Brepgle was born and fIreared Washingtown county and is well known here He is a brother of Mis S C Eendren of this place i None Like the Cow There is not a thing from noseI to tail but what is utilizeJ by man We use the horn to comb our hair her skin is upon our r ether hair we plaster upon OUT walls her hoofs make glue her tail makes soup she gives our cream our milk our cheese and our bmtter and her flesh is tthe great meal of our nation her tblood is used to make our spgar while her bones are ground to fertilize our soil and even her ipaunch she herself has put through the first chemical proI ceps necessary for the production- of the best white cardboard pa HVper andnow they htye disco red tbatsucb paper can be made into the finest quality of false teeth Ex II PlraiiDt Fotosi HOBBY aaM Tar Foley Co Chicago originatedI Roneyand Tar assy throatand lung remedy and oiv account of the great merit and popnlaritypf Foleys Honey and Tar mauy imitations are offered for the genuine Ask fur Foleys Honey and Taranit refuse any substi tute offered 4s no other preparation willgive the same satisfaction It isj mildly laxative It contains ao opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by Wood Well 1To Tobacco Shippers v We wish to state tc our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly or indirectly any house other companyI warehouse or ithI We conduct a Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehu Commission business JC A BRIDGES Co proprie tors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky Ksd Dy4 I onDi wht w Nt A TRIBUTE Of MEMORY 12Ienbtered into rest Gods finger 1 touched him and he slept lor death is only that golden key that opens the palace ofternitiMr Cheatham was iL reared in Washington county he reached the r1pb age of GO years he leaves behind him an example of great and good in fluence that will continue for- genforations tocome He wasj humble in spirit and honest in business he was unf alter iog ifJ1 his friendship remarkable in lib erality As a man of faith he had religious convictions having been a staunch member of thef Christian church 33 years He lleaves a wife and 10 children too mourn his death Mi W P Cheaiham ot Brookville tve t teldestt tthe ybungest 21 Mr Cheatham had the pleasure of seeing a1 of his children during his il1nesstt Bis children ate as follows Mrrr weP Cheatham Dr L T Cheatham of Louisyille Mrs RtM Arnold of Maud DC R Ha Cheatham Wyoijg IlL VIrs J KentIRgersAustin Cheaiham Joseph Cheat hdm and Miss Nannie Cheatham i nIl of Willisburg Mr Cheat 9hamiiItwo days and night in his homeY On Tuesday morning following t his death his remains were taien to the Christian church at1VI Jliss burg where Revs Walden andt Sims made very impressing disa courses in the presence of a large e numoer of sorrqwiug friendsg after which the pallbeares Messrs T E Wilson M VsCrouch Kinch Bishop A BoWells DP W Hyatt and Ws S Ciuos siJeDtly bore the casket to the Fairview cemetery to detposit his body back to mother i earth ro the bereaved wifeo daughters sons sisters ndt brothers Iofor your loyedonVtheJ has gone t to make the coursf gory brighter V M B M 0 Look out for UoughsColds Croup ond Whooping Cough They are dangerous at this seaeda of the year They lead to pncinomia or consumption- u cn orevent or ciireall such com plaints With Bees Laxative Honey and Tar an improvement joyer all cough lung and bronchiral remedies and best Cough Syrup Sold bv Hay ana Pharmxcy Narrow Escape While returning home from att pleasant visit to relatives nt Cherry Run Mr Charles HE Hamilton of this vicinity bad a narrow escape from death byc drowning He was crossing Cissells River near St Charles when floating ice struck his buggy and dragged both his horse and buggy rapidly down stream abjut one lundred yards when Mr Hamilton seized a wire stretched across the stream and j held toit until assistance Cime George Mills acofored man saw his dangnrous predicament and nelped to land him ashore When the horse reached a point down stream where it could stand up iit broke loose from the buggy and was rescued Mr Hamilton took his horse to a nearby barn and put iG away andthenalkedh- omer telling his terrbe exper ience to his family The buggy remained in the water all night andwas greatly damaged Mr Hamilton was thankful to get oft soluckily and says he will avoid deep water in the futureLeb anon Enterprise lAyers Give nature three helps andInearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralNourishing Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs IAsk any good doctor I tint wed Ayer CTierrr Pecto JSJ years- ga I have seen terrible cael of lung ease cured by it m nerer without AfJIKBT IUTUTOH JlMittU Ohio for LnU 1ATZB coI ConsumptIOn iiiih dmsnd daIly action t tie powell AIdntrwIthAYra PH- IgiJ HH J JiiiiZ lill ii or LOGAlllStfQi7SI j tiiT rwinfertructiveJopt sand small game iLff all sorts 44nd people who live in the country where the birds abound hould show their humanity as well afc to privide for next years sportlny scattering feed where the birds can get enough to prevent them from starving while the snpw and ice prevail Our HilJsboro correspondent basIsUfferedcold spell The farmers are con stantly finding birds frozen to death in whole covies and many have died o j starvation and some f the farmel s have put feed in the nelds near their haunts for so they may not all beexi terminated The foxes and hawks baY been very distruc tive to them The rabbits have faired equally as bad One can- oreadily fin 1ltheml scattered over the field where they have frozen id starved to death IT PAYSJ That advertising ays and that the people of this iis coramuhityV especially the lady btIyerdreldi the advertisementst in the NeWsLeader was never i re clearly illusliated than last S week In thec se of a special ad ertisement run in these columns bV GrunSy Claybrooke Mc f Intire The ad announced 02 bthend the result was a store crowd d with ladies calling for the bar ains as advertised It had been the iutentinto announce the ae for Thursday and Friday nly but through a misunder standing iit w as announced forIi Saturday aso and the clerks invhe store wjere kept so busy waitaing on the jlady bargain hunters l n Saturday that they had littlec e to whit on ffctistornerj forI ther Jinesjof goods f It Is sate t to say that the firm is jio longer l doubtful aboqt th6 value of ane ad in the ewsLeadrtt N EW POWER Messrs Jar boo Campbell the local millers hajve just purchased ofii McClure 4 Wells agents a flue l50 horse power Olds Gasolene engine which they will have in stalled in their mill in place of the old steam engine and boiler It is claimed that the new power will have many advantages over the od in the way of economy reliability etc With the new engine the Springfield Roller MillS will be one of the best i quipped grain mbls n this sec Oi uf tIf tion and will be a credit to the bythecoming in favor and is replacing the more cumbersome and expensive steam concerns McClure t Wells the local dealers besides putting in the big engine at the mill sold last week to EiS Mayes Jr a portable twelve horse power Olds Gasoline en runningtreshing ers etc They also sold toCott rad Hertlein an 8horse power engine and to Mr Ham Pile a 9horse machine to be used about the farm BakM4t ray In the case of the National banks thisvcity against Sheriff John A Burton in which they sought exemption from taxation n governmentbonds purchased by them the court decided in favor of Sheriff Burton The banks will ttake an appeal The final determination of these cues an important one Under the decision as rendered by Judg Thurman the Citizens National bank will have to pay taxes on 75OCQ worth of Government bonds the Marion htion1 on 40000 the Farmers National on 25000 which means about lr75 to the county annually The anks feel that the Court of Ap peals will reverse Lebanon Enterprise That Dectric the Heres to the health of the electric railroad by way of Mack ville and Springfield We were glad to note the ringin our Mack ille letter last week We need united hum There are omeI long heads that ought to be con cerhed about this railroad and tQ thbtb7Jbito th4 advantages offered by this line and that the people in gea ral willpreeent a iinitet frost o advance the movement We believe that the road is needed along this route as mn h am anywhere And here Mr Editors the hope of the brakemin cry ing Mackville All out for MackviJle Will we let it pass without first using everv effort to claim it as our road And why not Card well as a midstation Cardwell cor in Harrodsburg Democrat With the great National ark in a si ones throw of Perry vilie an electric car lice and neW f and Goods new effe JF + Carpets H a Ourj stock of Carpets Rugs and 4thelargest and varied ever in our consisting of U at 115 worth 140 Velvets at 90c worth 125 Brussells at worth 85c j Large of all kupers ton Chains and Cotton grains vJ pride ourselves our selection of Wall 4 ngraifl4 Crowns Tiles I and Burlap White andBrow 4 5c roUt aic roB borders end to unatch We uiVit you our Stock before buyii ji 7 4 tl HEALTH ifII f j 1oru L Most 5 riiIIi ttt Tmportaiit JThe Baking Powder have had 40y of exprienceEvery ia j cake raising has been exhaus I tiyely studied in this country andfit abroad s t The result is a perfect pro uct in Royal Baking BarThere is no substitute fbitThe been by the highest iia authorities v These facts mean two impor t ant things to all housekeepers Pktt Miat tiC ttjPtrier lj1ga tl Wtcs Wj e Wrwk StCis4tstyaJJi aak JIW f 1 IIs4c t ROYAL POWDER BAXIN G I i f ABSOLUTELY 7 PURE f It t yi7 paremeats only secOncLtQJhe in Zion Oily Tohu A aa tBowies Zion we our city dads have promwed u we are rM1y to M1lAf i 1nrry1rIhas f UP1ltJ he almost w lM JM Jiij tQal7 monarchs thea and there Ibe carried the err beds of ease WhifMtt- axpayers p9ii1 j a on thcOtt siltJt Slusli sad l fiMjLfefi gftl r rzul J j rodrto co that way awlif there were two in view we would ville OMlbat as there w ilost ne cone this way oycoe this ffatJlackville is airtight and j is only ahead of usjn oi t ointji and that is the number of M Dau aDd we raised one bf thrfor hei Which makes us akin oh that score We heartily invite Mack vIll and all our sister cities 4p H tate the electric car and come U over and well let thest cake fJ j walk on these new and stroll through the Park t By all mess giys tis elilctric1 railroid c6rrin rfrtdsburg DeaEtocrat f rl aal i H fl 1 H V m- mEmbroideriesb and ttSiLfI Jaconet Edges and InsertingsT 12 up NaihsooIC Edges r and Ihsertings 712cand up Swiss Edgesand Insertin s 5c 1fiUyd and up Nainsook Jaconet and Swiss All Ovjlrs r1 Wl1ite in all the ts Piaink MircerIzeStr1est if arid Florals and Chps Th- UI 1 4 tfi Mattngis most shown city Axministers 70c assortmeLt wool extra Co Unions I Wall Pflper on Paper in Tastryy combinations IgcrolVvTapestries BUuiks BrpwnBlanks wiU ceiltogs inspect Paper t manufacturers ofMRoyal dRoyalcommended oftieworJd sitpposYst faint from might to akitoir W4d Jickr proipwiiyefoflia aygiveMah si4eiwalks the PerrjTillo Mercerized tl Jr r kuIs r t 9x12 A ii R1Iffat 5 i 0 W TI J + t t 9x12 Tap BrseH iugs at 165e1i 7 J 18l11 Ra tW t 4 1 ratt SrH flOO to59r I il 1b6AXtaiIW WQCI t tad afrea Varif tyof imaller Rugs s4u trf J f tW ricsS- r frrlL Lace Curtains 1 flit l 11arsx9lJLce Cwrtaiiia stfc I 3ysrdsx45i cU Lae Curuiw at 850 jt 8i yards x 54 ir Lc CurtaiBs at IJ llI3f yards x 45 k RulW Kel CsrtisssiI 1t Aul1kotCirtsiaSwissssandNeIs 34yar x 5 iii BrM Net Gurta Ir Jfitji Acoaplets ck Ol WIw8 4 Fi IHart Schaffnef Marks CMhngW JJL- 4ti Y- 1t 1 We were fortunate insecuring this sessoa the line ol Hafti 8c Jfiw A Jlark oelekruted J Clothing This is undoubtedly the fineit Made the im sviad iaitte finert btJ jJf Clothing manufactured Young mea dost fall to ass Ui eMfalog bttofr y buy5I0 IlJ fr We most respect ffaUy solicit rout patrooafe cunninghamDunctinrti 1 rt JIM a= 41IIl ltf w THE Nri4tADrq- PPwruaAY IA YCAft tt AOVANO Irt JL mOPILDKY A II LLDAV1Njr t r bssuSlS ai44es1iS cIrs Jl1 tt aWs aud UtkaltrpIIliM I d IS wkh dM law rates bt cubI lJ11eryef gocasMAHriill c ezHM r OMlMriN ai TtMUikms ef respect 3 a A10IMJfI UlI F tt7 ft IS50 O4ee 50 1tY 1U0u ikURTOAT = FEBRUARY 21 I90S t lit sEie latest report from the b laaacial end of the Burley TbbftcCQ Growers Co is that i Tbqe W Lwson the rich New M York fnancter had agraed to at take it 1I1pand furnish the neces i nary capital The story howevertc lacks confirmation Nothings cam be dooe at least this year J with the deal now for the simple rMIIOIl that the tobacco is being rapidly sold elsewhere It us well enough for the growers of the coutrytogettogetherfor a fight next season q4 the great disaster in AlaI on to bama a special says Of the l 160 miners entombed by the ex plosion in the coal mme t Virvi inia City Ala Monday after soon it is feared none will sur Mr vive Fifty bodies have been removed only neof which shows signsi of life These were all from the main shaft and it iis r- I believed that several days work I will yet be necessary before the lower1eve1s can bejeached The scenes around the mines are har rowing One hundred families are left destitutely thecalamity j leace rumors are again in cir cifiatx in St Petersburg Ae dispatch received in London asaerte that Russia has practi cally decided upon the terms un der which she will be willing to end the war and that the only stumbling block in the way is the question of indemnity fcr Japan dl OHe of Ri frs Dyspepsia Tablets fter catlBf evea if YOU can eat but little will diftat the littleyou does a 14 care Indigetios Dyspepta Sour Stomach Belching and Weak Hearth Sold by HaydonU Pharmacy i lFulli m Ky r of Thomas and James M Scott hive ibid tbeir farm to Sanford Yocomb for 600 bind James M bought tffarmof Le ws Nicholwl tOO for 600 Mr Nicholson will of move lo Lebanon to make his home J Mr Leslie Shoemaker and Tiiomas Pratbif Hillsboro were in our midst last Friday on business John Scott sold a calf to Ehsha Keeling for tf 1 l1ary Crouch was painfny hurt last week whi e drawing saw j logs ana came near breaking his l lleg arm Nancy Hendrix is very fllick at this writirg with La grippe In l1 Keeling is progressing nicely with his scloM at lockc bridle school house Elijah Hooper and family willC leave for Ilhriois soon to make tbeirliome Ed Corteinger has moved to Hiilpboro and Ef Farris moved to the bouse vacated by Curt singer V- ilraEd r Yocdmb of Moorsville M visiting her parents at Tatham Springs this week VIsaiah Bishop and wife Vrjftited Mr Tom Prather atc flilUboro last Sunday MID C Shoemaker and fam r ily pent Sunday at the nome ofC VVMr Dtve IhompsonCMr Baily Pinkston was in thisC 0section last Saturday on bus ne s Mr J D Keeling lost a goodc ateer last week from unknown erne iLUE GRASS NURSERIES 1 Spring 1905 1 1lltbi miUwf1 Fruit and VEhe imll Fruits Grape TMM Sbribs 4sp Ulli Rfau iirb tai every tkleif toudat abUat W Hllseb ikwct to UM ytacitr aJKl bavno- VV T r i7 Cata lfr O1B F- WlsimeVIbVoIIs LexItoV- J iCyV IV8 From The County HappR1JIAaiiI the County Pop1Vas Reported by our Correspondent lIIS ItIfl Willlsbur1 Ur W W Hyatt isiil Law eu eurg this weekI RetJ A Simms filled his regularappointment at the fiar ity school house last Sunday Mrs J W Burton ana Annie lvoy were in Springfield shopping Monday JM W Jenkins had the misfor tune of losing another mule last ridayVWl R Sims and wife visited relatives in Mercer county last eekV Mr Sleet Pinkston will leave a short while forPontiac III Turner Scruggs is reported toe some better at this writing We trust he may be able to be out soon The members of the K O T wilt serve an oyster supper the Mcllvoy hall at this place Saturday night February 25 Everybody is cordially invited attend Miss Lena Rogers of Fenwick several days with Mrs T Miller last week Mrs Mary Hughes and sou Johnnie are visiting relatives in Lawrencebiirg this wee- kFredcrickstown iJoe R Connor is in Louisville business Miss Grace Sisco has returned Bardstown after a months stay here Miss Mayme Combs of Louis le is visiting her father Mrs Dave Payne fell last Thursday and broke her hip Payne is also very ill Miss Pearl Goatley is visiting Miss Della Croake Mr and Mrs John Hinton visited relatives in Nelson county centlyV atlhomeatl her father who is very ill Satnr day nod Sunday Mr Logan Cecil made a business trip to Louisville Saturday Hillsboro CW Oder the hustling merchant at Feuwick passed through our vicinity Sunday Sam Montgomery has returned from Lame county wbero he had been on business Mr Anderson of near Hodgen ville who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity for several 1aysaccompanied by his brotherin law Robt Montgomery who iis toreImaingomery and her two children avegone to hr fathers near Valley Hill J D Sutherland and wife have returned from an extended visit relatives in Anderson county Crook Mcllvoy Rayborne sold a crop of tobacco to John Armstrong for 8 cents Mr Armstrong returned to the city here he sold several hogsheads tobacco at some good prices We understand that he has han Ied more than 200000 poundsbf r this years cidp Not only has his buying been of agreataccom modation to the growers of this icinity for his prices have been good bub iib has also given employment to a large number ofr hands during the winter days that otherwise would have been11 IcfLwitho employment The tobacco growers are very much discouraged over the defeat of the Growers Association It looks to us that they have clearly done their duty toward making it a success they have responded to every call made by its promo ters aid have patiently waited fur its development for they rea lized that its success meant better prices for them in the future Now they are compelled to sell to local ouyers or ship to the city for the American Co refuses to buy the crops that were signed to the Growers Let us not give up the good cause but continue the tight against the trust for another year D C Royalty and family via ited the family of John Arm strong Saturday and Sunday They were accompanied home by Miss Pearl Armstrong who will spend a week visiting relatives in the Tatham Springs comma nitySA certain man in this vicinity was out last week looking for a good dog to guard his chicken roost for he says that during the past few weeks that the vege tables had about caught all his chickens We are at a loss to know what kind of a vegetable he refered to and just how it could have caught a chicken The recent cold and stormy weather has been very severe on young lambs and many of them have died from exposure Sev eral of the sheep raiders of this vicinity have reported to us that they have lost about two thirds of their young lambs besides many old sheep It now looks as if those who eat lamb this year will pay for it- Notwithstanding the cold weather of the past week Coroner J M Montgomery was out se erildays shaking hands with his friends Like Nehemiahs war horse of old ho sniffs opontioh in the air for next November and he has put on a smile two by I ur buckled oh his campaign and who ever the can may be will find qUi neigh land in readiness I GNoel a prominent r of this locality came near loosing a very valuable mare a few days ago in tbe following manner His stock had been running to a straw stack and nad eaten it far in the stack when suddenly the top of frozen straw sleet and snow slipped over catching the mare but fortuna telYRome men were near and gave the alarm and succeeded in getting the load off of the mare thus saving her from death Sii H Crook lost a very valuable mare last week The nag got down in the sall during the nIght and in trying to get up beat her head so badly against the trough and wall from tne ef fects of which she died the next day Mr ClOak has another horse which has to be raised by the use of the block and tackle together with the assistance of some neighborbelore he can be feed of a morning BblNCOE The farmers in this section are getting very impatient on ac- coUnt of the bad weather we are having The family of Mr EJd Cusick who have been sick with La grippe and pneumonia are im provingVMr and Mrs Monroe Newton were called to Louisville last Saturdayon account of the ill ness tf their son E irnest Thevbans of matrimony were published for the first time Sun DownsI f IF YOU CANT GET OUT + This cold t vcathpr call npii + McELBOY BROS Peas Corn Tomatoes FOR Sweet Potatoes IString Beans Hominy Hominy Flakes Heinzs Biked Beans Beans Evaporated and Country bed Apples Evaporated Peaches Apricots 6 Etc Etc Bakfast BicQn Glass Jars French sardineS Mackerel White Fish + I AICKL S iSweet and Soor Bulk snd Boltls OJivds Ct C fI Evaporated Horse Radish Preparcdmdstards Etc tMAPLlNExScmething new for CJakes and Candi- eiour x g New Patterns in DINNER SETS just received tf x + 9VV H BKRGKIN FOR YOU A Set China Plates for only75c s Ji MCELROY BROS Valley Hill We again beg to be admitted into your CN C which is the most interesting feature of your much read paper Daniel B Reddicks of the Science nan neighborhood placeStThe many friends of Mrs S H Weakly arE glad to hear of her recovery after undergoing an operation atthe McfJbord Infirm ary in Lebanon fur appendicitis Samson Reddicks has moved into the house recently vacated by S IL Weakly He and Sam Tdtum and Coon Weakly will raise a large crop of tobucco in partnership We had anther severe cold soell last week several lambs being its victimsVMrs W B Ballard who has been quite ill frr the past week is convalescent atthis writing- C P Goatlev who has been employed on Oak Hill for the past two weeks returned to his homo Tuesday Mr Edd Janes one of the rail road nine met with a painful but not serious accident one day last week He was stacking ties and let one of them drop upon his foot severely mashing his big byMissi Doouhoe Herbert M ran the 9 yearold son of Jas L faoran sold a batch of the trash leaves Vnd such other tobacco as he could procure in the patch which were thrown Itisthough small whi lead to a sure success for Herbert who is a promising youth quiteillthis writing Mr Mernl Vest has removed to the farn he rented near St Rose We regret to loose such a valuable citizen but our loss will be their gain Mrs Palm j Goatley was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Wash Tucker ned St Rose last week Mr Bradshaw better known a Uncle Brad removed to the fam of Mr Jas L lIoran last week J Mr Sabe Hardin went to Taj lorsviile last week on business Mr Bradshaw sold a 7 yearold mare to Charlie Butler for 60 Saturday Your corespondent was fav ored by a trip to Mporesville Sat urday The little city is flourisji ing with one excepVo You cant get a square meal at all especially at the stores Mr Edd Kelly Jr happened to quite a misfortune Sunday night he returned he me rather late and being very cold he built a very hot fire with intention lof Varming up and he did But bad a hard chill yhichsoraewhat crazed him for a while and he came to the conclusion that there were saakesin the fire and b Kn stamping at them and never re alized what he was doing uniil ho hud burned his feet so that he is now unable to wear his shoes We hope be will soon be out againThomas Reed and wife and S G Rethicksspent Sunday atthe home of Mr and Mis W FMo ran Hark Shehan of near Science Hall wasin our midst Sunday Most of our neighbors went tc Poor own to mill Saturday thy will be glad to know that we will have a grist mill in our vilage by the f5th of March We are com ng 10 the front in local enterprise and are in hopes of hav ing other inducements for our benefit tn the near future- J CV Hughes visited relatives near North Pleasant Grpve Suii day Wallace Seay and wife of Oak Hill spent Saturday and Sunday with Jas B rGoatley UNO L1JackvilleV As the spring bird has made its appearance and the serenaders were out Saturday night taking in the town with their melodous music it seems this winter is al mostover and it is time for the flews gatherer to be about his business again Last week was one of the cold est and most disagreeable weeks we have experienced for many years Married at the residence of Mr Leavidas Turner Mr Floris Lay and MiEra Turn rOb Thurs day the16th by Rev G V Todd Quarterly meting passed off very pleasantly last Saturday and Sunday Owing to the disa greeable eather there were very few in attendance The Elder remained over until Wednesday and preached three very fine sermons Born tto the wifo of Walter Foley a fine son on the 9th Born to the wife of W F Hall pnthel8tbWhile Mrs Nannie McMi tan t was trying to kindle the tire n tho stove with coal oil it blazed up and burned her hands and face pretty badly 76CtlCciwr 4i4aic f VThe following ent1emu were declared the nominees of their I arty for the respective county fflce at the Democratic ijedd in Washington primaryI I gust 6th 1904 They voted for at the regular November 19OVFor CountyJudge B L Litsey For Op Attdr eytrT S Mayes County Cler1i WJi1 Booker Repstnttive lfe D playbrpoke or Sher iffJ SOabourneV Supt of SchoolsJW Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomery Litle Gladys Swoney is still quite sick Dr W W flvatt was called up last week to see him Miss Alien Brown was called to Frankfort last Saturday by telephone saying that Mrs A VI Ferrell had fallen on the ire and was very badly hurtBut no broken limbsVMrs Myrtie Taylor and Mrs Berry Shewmak were visitng their sister Bardstown last week Mrs Andy Foster Mr Wilbur Peter made a flying visit to Mackyille last Saturday He has recntly moved to Harrodsuurg Rev Overstreet filled his ap pointment last Sunday afternoon He is a good nun and preached a finesermon Mrs Sue Bayden who has been in Indianapolis visiting her son and friends bra month re turned home Monday VMr Drew Yancey sold a dry cow to Mr Charlie Coyle Itthree cents It weighed eleven hun dred pounds Mr Brack PoweU is still on the sick list Mr W B Hatchett and Dr J SpringbeldMondar CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boueht Bears the- fi1gnature of FENWICK J R Blandford and wife cf Indianapoli tnd were here last week Miss Mattie Begley and mother visited in Texas Saturday and SundayV VMrSyour town spent last week with her brother J B Fenwick Mr T W Anderson and tam ily are convalescng after a se vere attack of Lagrppe Miss Malyenia and Briggs Vryco and Robert Mayes of Mackville visited the family of J N Bowles Saturday and Sand iy C W Octer was at Booker SundaySi IDied on the 19 Addie Mae of M i iand Mrs Sim Settles of typhoid pneumonia Sam Oder it at the home of Jim Oder who isi very sick at Ibis wri ing Kent Rogers of Willisburg was here lest week A lady in our community was playing on her organ the other day and it did nt sound exactly right an J on examination found a rabbit in the organ So the ribbit was killed and cooked for dinner Say Lilac can you beat thatV MOORfiSVILLE HVepdemicinouri Since our last there has been born to the wife of Irvin Mann a 1Q Ib pound boy J C Jr rilastri preach at New Hopa church There wei e five hogsheads Qf tobacco shipped from Booktij last week j W W Gull sold his crop oj tobacco about 8030 Ibto Mr Moss at 10 cents per lb Mrs Flora Ruby stopped off ShellyCrumi hustbandt1 hat State their future home Uno your valuable cprresponf dent from Valley Hill brought 8 EijaLFarristea for a month or so Mis Lelia Wall entertainei a few guests last Sunday night All enjoyed themselves uugeivl Mr Emerson Barlow and fami ly were over to see friends last Sunday Mr W Huson of Chaplin visited Mr Butler Sweeny Just week AGQarantecl Core For PlIes Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrn ing Pilea Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of how Jon standing ia 6 to 14 days First appli cation gIves ease and rest SOc fI your druggist hasnt it send S3c in stamps and it will be forwardedpotstj said by Paris Medicln C St L uls Md IIKudo OysptpIa Cui wat UfJ st ITOMATO FORCINGV 4ar17 Summer Crep EiiIiTS81 Mna Very ReiReratIvebTomatoes have been forced as an arly summer crop at the Ohio experi ment station for about twelve years vIth uniformly good results and the product has been sold at remunerative prices While the prjceia In the eastern mar kets arifr sutflleni3iy high to warrant tthe midwinter fpreiupr of tomatoes In that fpc tlaiu the prkes rweyed here at that Beasou o thi eafcf irei not Jsufflv lent to cover the CQSt Of produetloir At ihe station tomatoes forced hi prlng and early sunVer be not dniy sold readily but the costrof production Is so much less at that fensonthan In nildnliiter that they have proved very profitable vegetable for forcing Greenhouse tomatoes because of su perior quality sell more r dl1Ylnd at much higher prices than the southern grown product on the same market At the station tomatoes grown In the tprofitabletht the sjyne season The average yield has been over two pounds per square foot and the average TOMATO VINE TRAINED TO ONE STEM price 12 cents per pound Thus the re turnshave been more than 20 cents per square foot of bench space Raised benches have the advantage over ground beds in earlier ripening of fruit Subirrigatiou or mulching Is essential to success ia tomato forcing and it Is advantageous to combine both metb tads Ordinarily the tomato plants were set two feet apart each way and trained to two stems but recent tests seem to indicate that plants set one foot apart each way and trained tD one stem will give a higher yield and ripen earlier For a spring and early summer crop the seed should be sown In flats about the 1st of December The plants maybe pricked offloto pots or flats flats being more economical The second and third shifts should be made luto pots ICucler ordinary care plimts from seed sown De6 1 wlHberead to set In the permanent beds about the middle of March and the fruit will begin to ripen from the 1st to the middle of June Stiff wire With a hook af the upper end and made inta the form of n cork screw at the lower eul and screwed Into tlieaoIl near the plant is a very satisfactory device to which to attach the lower enl of the twine that serves as a support to the vines Strong twine running from the hook on the corkscrew wire tonwire stretched directly over the row of plants and fastened to the rafters is more satisfactory support than stakes In training plants to one stem all side branches should be kept pinched off When training to two stems the lowest strung brunch whlch is usually IDASJ A sD CEATTEV Ithe one Just below thetfrst fruit clus should be left for the secondary stem All other branches or suckers should be kept pinched ofT Tomatoes when forced under glass are more Inclined to grow irregular than when grown In the field hence In selecting varieties for forcing it is imi portant that they be such as naturally growui2otbVThe Beauty and Stone are very anUs factory varieties for forcing Tho Beauty is of better appearance than the Stone but the Stone iIs more pro lific and because of greater firmness is better for long dist nee shipments Tho Magnus because of open foliage is a rood variety to forge In ground bOOs KroJnnores Selected lorclng Earliest of All and Combination are promising SOlt but need furtlicf trial to prove their true value CtiecB Ila vor n Tlilnff of Chance TLc flavor of cheese It Is believed is very greatly nfrected ly the growth of nilcroorganbjms in It Many varieties jof these microorganisms are common I ly present In the air and the sort found In thc cheese Is more br less a matter of chance nalesa special pains are tak cn if niliV pure culturtSIStockbroker n A prominent New York stockbroker says The newspapers do not get wind of even a small fraction of the suIts brought against broker because of nis understandings between us and our cus tomers lnetyulue customers out of every hundred think we rob them when they lose their money in the market and give us no credit when they win We do our hardest to settle all suits out of court for there Is not n Jury on earth that will find a verdict tora stockbroker Why Simply because every Juror has been scorched now and then In the market and holds a grudge agalnsf all brokers New York Press c Ejrorai3l bUl1 s chap eiJip and rough akin PinodalVe s4the nicest quckestvbeat cure One applications in O0 nigJt oViIt I1b11IylJn Pharmacy OH MiHuHCough GUM F r CtMihf CfMt M Ortw m When you are ilhrt ofg plies we want 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every subscriber who pays iarTHB N rgLEADER full year in advance If you are In arreara p rtTi NOW and get this Valuable present If you are not alrcf i subicrlber send itt Jour order at onee before tilil great Xf withdrawnV 1 lN AGRIQUlTURIfJLs at zyearV hvI Contains more reading matter than most dolIarpaper and i Wr by Southernmen whoknow the needs of Southern fanners j WE OFFER S150 IN VALUE FOR IMOO L1But you must hurry This proposition will nM be IM zmopeni IndefiniteJyV t v 4 mt NEWSLEADER ml SPRINGPIJBLB KY Sample Copies Southern Agriculturist at bitf f l Telephone Growl The Cumberlaod Telepnone elcgraph Gomptny b a statement bf its business for the monlhof January and crease in the number of subscribers is ishownaa iojoVNumber subscribers January Istj 1905 itla13 Number added luring month419i3NGmberfli CO tinned doripg mp ith 2959 H Net increase for mouthf tI7 t Tola1 nuoibef subscribers January 31 1905j 1 2 1SO SOME WORDS OF ADVICE An Vabappy Married Woman Openi WeeliIpy married life gives thl advice to young WOOlen Dont marry hum tQ reform him It cant be done unless be Is under twentytwoVwoman who permits her heart Irhc her heat makes n sad mistake girl loves a Luau no matter how dissipated or selfish he may be she plunges Into matrimony with her eyes elosekiVNo woman should ever depend entirely on her husband for happiness It Is folly and leads always to heart ache A married woman should have a life apart from her hUsband ILet htr keep sweet nnd true and but beyond a certain point sh should not venture lest she lose her individuality In her husbands with the result that he wilt Impose upon her Beware of aV man with an ungov ernable temper and almost all men are endowed with this quality Shun the man who drinks to excesc for it Iso habit that leads to wretchedness Avoid also tbo man who Is selfish the man who considers always his own Interests before those of his wife All men arc fickle and it depends on the wes power to JjWd them Balti pore Sunj It CAPER SAUCE It Ia BellcioM ut He Mk ml adBe CarcfaH Md ISkuIII Is cbe of the most delicious and healthful of sauces It J served with bollci mutton and bolted fish such ivallb t and fresh cod v Never ilsQU droiJt of wat rlu Its maX lug Put two lieapmg tstbtespooofuls of butter in a HaJuccpan over a t4MJ slow flUe In another JlnttCCpaaover- Urn fire put A pint of rlQti milk WIte the butter beyus to bubble In tha i Seven a his Jne rite beautiful giving test laid occupying proml tnt ps enterat tf number a published edited suce- nit stir in brtsKiy two tablespoDiifuIs of flour thai baa sifted twice Keep stlrrlaf the and Sour until It Is s fmoQt aif cream thru pour a littfe at R CBp the hot milk stirring the saie qBtantly to keep it Tram ttWojp lumping WIcu the milk W nil la the sauce ha bolted geu Oil li very thick and very sinootblctlr bl other tablespopaful of bt hen r move from the Mrs iind nthan a Btn tt bottleful of capers jniea qjl Serve the sauce in a separate dir DeNet11 Ce To ts jThere is only oSie mistake that be made in making coftti ad the s to cock It too much Wbu ubj tp a momentary boiUiig and tJMi moved fro tMJ It n ddIiI- th god bat iNtttiJ tat a fre otlicatfor ttelrt character Is wtlrdy cT become ajmo t potaopoaK Of I pic who ovrcoik coffee t soDie doIt Through Untonno greater part 04J theta Uiroufb order to make it a fwrtb c eM- ducelargeepest What w a law sktof a capital ol boll eeCM swre tiutft three wt Calcajf CtweI JkIN rt i rrsa t At alt times Jt h bees mjt tct wIth 1risth pereuti te tek a to beprbvkleEand ecoMHnltel A IIIIR of three caurtwcouie a wSbibc Mutualite 1Yfdti ssly I ift week OnecatwlIentht1e1tIaV atUNttnaws l Zhow IOII a diii can live t what does the ebut1T- liect fto MJId 1 krdIr aetIdU the wev1d who ISM ftdt afHead ttftt for candy 1- Nrs aN1or Ikti4ng sa eent a Loath to the toctety t9tl when b lIs i rty hare a pwislcj of T2 a year t T v w rT T4c7 r41 I 8DAY- ii wDVACI fltYQUgrAFQLx w EASQNS ARE MIXED I A 4 Llfl1e Vwrc 7 Pike Wiwlut Like ta- Ita J think the f Ja pjercrvWke Jrt iwiiimer timeIfleFlseliII v fc bt fctold It aafae and wIthoutl w r SKSlCr PIKE THINKINO 4 The And ice at once combine To send a chill adown ones spine Now how much better ttwouldbe To change them Till about you see In summer time the snow and ice niceAndWould be a most delightful treat The seasons I am sure are mixed Said Percy and Id like them fixed Exchange 81RTHDAYflf w le Plad Tie Day ef tbe Week Viwm Whlek It Fell 1 r i What tiny of the treck was Jan 15i18G8To find this out divide the fig urea representing the year by four re jecting the remainder If any To this dividend aiid quotient add the number ot days In the year up to and Including the glvehr date always counting Feb i rmary as twentyeight days whether a leap year or iiot Divide this sum by jjeven Sad fhe remainder will be the n iumuer ef tie day of the week begin fling with Stuiday as one If tlier2Iso o remainder the day will be Saturday This rule always gives correct answers to any date Taking the one given 1a eJnn 15 1SOS for example j ifOlMg the year fcr dividendaiH67 the quotient J5 diya to Jan 4fl 0 dividend quotient and days added tfeavIng a remainder of There being remainder of five we ibd llifljt Jan 15 1808 fell Upon the fifth day pft the week which Is Thursday Haw Neil Get ByciaOh I hate a lovely secret criedmBessy ns sheuan Into the dining rooueWhat Js lh said her twin bthtbertKed I wIHoiortell you It wouldnt be a Secret if I did answered Bessy teas tlngjy All rlgh vthen but I will get even- sfrald Xed angrily So be went out to JJesayp playhouse and on the chairYt where she generally sat playing with her dblls placed a lot of pins After awkjie Iu came Bessy and was Just about to sit down when to playmate I called heryandsald t Mamma has given me two dolls one for you the other for mesoS letsIgp and dress tl1emft Soon after Ned went In with a book In his hand and sat plump downbn the thDlnsiieSister Bessy It was a good lesson forYNed and now he plays no more practifcal jokes on his sister The Elepkaxt na a Worker Any one who thinks the elephant aXslow clumsy beast would have cause tOchange his opinion on seeing him at prkolong the rivers of northern Slam The ralny season which 1osins in i do where they are caug Bangkok Instead of rllJBpm ilte dMMd liver 4rfy pri such s handle the logi In thtf r d wIl8treamJOti to the Mwmjlls on the Peoobscot neyI KeaiwiMMj In Maine the lumber b3jbarefooted liitlf naked men on ele phants and the bone labor and much of the thinking Involved in the opera lion are gone by the elephants Somet tBK ITe1Cant Do Put a piece 6f wood or a ruler on the floor and ask some one In the room to over It It win look so easy to some one will answer Cer I can Ijump well try the questioner will And at the same time he will the piece Of wood close to the wall paying sow come on and try Aft Oltllglaaruen My small brother Fred went Into the chicken house just as the hen got off her nest r Mammat he cried at the top of his voice the speckled hen lays boiled eggs feel them HUGE STATUE OF BUDDHA The Mammeth Reclining Figure at RanffBii Bar ma To the eastern traveler the statue of Buddha Is a familiar sight From Colombo in Ceylon to Kobe In Japan he Is everywhere greeted bthe same calm impassive and mysterious face of the eastern preceptor of perfection But in no city In the orient do the form and face of Buddha constitute so frequent or so essential a part of the citys ddecoration as in Ran gun Burma starting place of Mr Kiplings famous Koad to Mandalay the stronghold of Buddhists Notable even among tie Countless statues of Rangun Is the mammoth Buddha rep resenting the strange teacher not tthet on a huge raised couch his mighty form stretched out for 200 feet while his shoulders rival the width of that wonder of the ancient world the Cobs Bus of Rhodes their titanic breadth reaching fifty feet But one among the wonders of Ran gun this mighty figure rests near the famous Shony Dagon the center of the Burmese Bud hJst world crowned by the golden pagoda which rises 300 feet above It its walls covered with pure gold the gift of a prince who contrib uted his weight In gold to the pagoda In theShoay Dngoli there are countlesst other statues of Buddha as well as relics of Gautama the last Buddha All equally with the huge reclining IK Buddha form a part of the religious I rites of the Buddhists for thees sence of Buddhism consists in the struggle to become like Buddha to at thin his perfection by obedience to lilstprecepts To do this It Is necessary al ways to have Buddha in mind and s for this reason that every city In the Buddhist world js literally crowded With lila Images Buddha himself is 3otdhist may attain his perfection but nly by the eternal Imitation of histpractice But while statues such as Thlng ns huge colossus are important In Bud dhist worship of evmore Importance re the relics of Buddha It was About the Shoay Dagon that t the Burmese made their last fierce fight when the British came to Rangun AEVenetian traveler of 300 years ago vis ting the Shoay pagon has left a description of this tamustemple con D ceding its claim to rivalry with his own Venice that would serve as a con temporaneous description nnd todayJ s in untold centuries past the Bur ese still bring their offerings of flow torg and fruit candles and paper flags o lay before the huge reclining Bud dha whose hands wOuld afford com fortable standing room for four of the worshipers and whose gigantic face- twears the strange Inscrutable expres ion of calm whlcli is the outward mark of spirituall Buddhism New ork Trlbunp The Turkey Real Name The original name of the turkey was oocoocoo by which it was known by the native Cherokee Indians It is KosedroamCing through the woods in game for their first Thanksgiving spread heard the oocoocoo calling InSe familiar tones of our domesticated fowl Turbr turk turk These first- ankee iif huntsmen mistaking this cry of the bird for its real song immediately labeled It t rkeyr and turkey it Iis to this day Much t more beautiful and musical was thepndlan name oocooco the notes peii culiar to the flock when sunning them selves In perfect content on the river beaches Sunset Magazine ALE I Number of Coed Animals je Hands at Wharton IOlllla Combination Sale 4IThe combination sale of horsesiatmules and jacks which occurred at tIe stables of Wharton Tapp i at this place on last Friday wris quite a success Although the sale was gotten up on rather short notice there were quite a numoer of horse buyers from aJdistance in attendance and tber ol ldirig was quite lively at times i Below is a list of the animals sold and the names of the seller and the buyers and the pride Sorrel horse Jake Pardue to K C Boblit 60 Bay mare Wharton Tapp toll John F Simms 14750 Bay mare Charles Jeffries t tott C P Bosky 100dBay mar Wash Logan to T J Leachman 40 Bay horse Pres Dawson to J M Beggarly 95I x cBrownto John Trainor 95 A 4year old Jack Scott John son ttf 0 F Bosley 125 aAWharton to Alex Thompson 145 A yearling Jack Johnson Wharton to Alex Thompson 60 Pair mules Turner Derringer o J R ONeil 260 J R G L WJ1artpn team of mules to RMcCullupr 105 i Mule W S Gibbs to Prank W Simms 140 Bay mare Rev Peiters to F P Mudd 70 Sorrel mare James Jones to i PF Hennessy 165 Black mare J W Crume to of Wallace Mudd 7250nBlack horse Thos W Simms o S M Dragoo 80 Bay mare Mike Fowler to W = Hagnu 60 rSorrel horse Bud Rogers to Tom W Simms 90 Sorrel horse Wharton Tap o Prank W Simms 140 Sorrel mate J C Ensor to Jim McCullum 150 Gray horseS M Campbell to W Tucker 30 Sorrel horse Wharton Tapp o Prank Simms 140 Mule S M Campbell to Ezra Jones 37- Brown mare Lohney Campbel to J C Gordon 179 Brown mare William ONan tto S Mays Jr 120 Sorrell horse Joe Donley to r J B RoBards 14750 Bay mare Harry Smith to Dr B RoBards lHh Team of thule Will Hatchett John Riley 8145 Mare Harry Derringer Arch Yates f r83 Bay gelding Wharton Tapp o BasseJl Cambron 85 ANew State A movement is on loot to or gauize a new State to be formed outQf portions of Tennessee at Kentucky Virginia and North toarolina1faameaftate would be one of the richest P not the richest in the great h sisterhood of Slates in natural i rces such as coal iron and timber and advocates of the prh osed mmonwealh claim that b industriall development of the sections ombraced within thet boundary of the new State willa I J tt ttt t Lreed and Coall Dealers tIf Jyf- e Are a necessity in a community aiid they shouldtbe reliable We are eaieful ofour reputation in that V regrd and we believe the people believe us r a T 7Lr You can tell very little by the looks pf coal how much heat it will give or how long + tt wIllJas The orJy test of CO11S the use of a ton or two And when you know a coat you1 can saveon tie vthoulityou use We are alsays g1adttodeliver a ton or two of our 1 coal on trial Jt improves on acquaintance like m sttbingtbaVing rEED 11 ii anybereWe Laye a stock of the best be l = p ice as low as any f pJR7JeRS WILL STh1EVFeed by buying one of ourhio Feed Cutters It will soon pay for itself Den t 1orCtj thai we handle three of the best makes of farm wagons Studebaker Old Hickory aftChaBapiojn The reason will soon open for vehicles We have all kinds A 2 tL 4 McClure 8 Wells i n l1DeItT 1 okI8tea l In the event of formation of tile new ttJJ of Cumberland it would be allotted about seven Repre sentatives in the Federal Con gres at the otitset which would undoubtedly be iincreasedl each apportionment as the State would rapidly develop and increase in population Politically the State would be almost solidly Republican but the States from which it was formed would thenceforward be safely Democratic at every election The capital Would very probably be located at Knoxville Oven DemocratIGrayeTrou1c Forscdll It needs but litil5 foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected raveIj trouble is ahead unless you takc1 proper medicine for yom j isease as frs John A Young of Clay N Y did She says I hid neuralgia of the liver my heart was weakeued and Icould tot eat I was very bad t for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found just what I need ed for thy quickly relieved nd cured me Best medicine j for weak women Sold under guarantee by C J Hayden drug t gist at 501 a bottle c Another Effort t The tobacco growers will be ti interested in knowing that an other effort will be made before Congress adjourns to get favor i ably action on the bill for them which was drafted by Commiss ionef Yeckej of the Internal Revenue Bureau at the requests the Ways and Means Com ittee which is a substitute for the Gaines Bill the Triable Bill and other measures introduced JOHN HAY TO JOHN II BUTT the l1llast session of Congress Under the proposed amendment the internal revenue liws tle rmer will not only have the Oflist ing a tax of any but in dition to this any person will Ij ave the privilege of selling to acco in ihe hand at retail with oat the payment of any tax to he government whether of his wn growing or not This will gtva the farmer something of a direct market for his product free of governmental taxHar rodsburg Herald 1 Hn ijeaD Piicittrtoiiljt often follows aQrljipe but never follows the use of FoJcvs Honey and Tar It cUres lagrippe and prevents pDcuuipnia and consumption Ask for Foleya Honey amid Tar and irefusei yicher of 157 Ostjoodst Chicago write Mj wife had a severe case of la three years ago and Jleft lie with a terrible cough She tried a bottle ofJoleys Honey and Tar and it gave im mediate relief ASOrccht bottle cured her tough entirely Refuse substi tutes For sale by Woods Wells Horrible Accident Ruth the two and one haHI year old child of Mr and Mrs Harvey Kerrick of near ValteJ creek church was burnt to death Wednesday Her mother step ped out of the House to attendtoI some household duty and she returned she fopnd the whenI burnt into a crisp Its clothing ignited from the tire place and its clothing with the exception of its hoes and the collar of its dress bad been burnt from its body The blaze the burning clothing had evidently entered Iits lungsand caused sudden death as the mother had been l l turned Blizabethtown News rol 1 I eU at1 rf 1fpaper GflattFrjkUy brhig ihe news that the profptci for the succes of the Growers Association is now darker than they have been for nanny mcnths The capalists who had agreed to bnyecuntinlthose already maclehavc been asjj plied with and it is charged the Standard Oil Company domi nates t e Combine and are tile l people ho are making the IOU ble Itcan tot be doubted that powerful interests a re at work to prevent the Growers from com bining to secure reasonable pri4s- and the failure of this plan should notcause them to yield them selves undeservedly to the mef des Cthe American Tulmccjo Company f J If it be demonstratacl that the plans of the Association are impracticable why could not the farmersof each county where this valuable crop is raUedestablisha warehouse for the handling ofI their own crop Tha shipping f practically all the Burley tp bicco to one market nas given valuable aid to the formation oftt the trust By vrtrehousing tIle tobacco in each county apd corn Spelling the buyers to come to hat county foe it and selling it to l them loose as is now beingI done in Lexington they will receive just as good prices as can be had in Louisville or Cincmna i and will save the expense of t prizing shipping drayage and other items which make tp nos inconsHerable portion of the expense of marketing Anderson county with its two millions qf t poundsof tobacco would wejl support a warehouse such as iijs f located in Lexington and if thbtt prices offered did not justify thje ale of the crop a factory might e established which would con i rJJl u CHINAMAN DONT IN Atlanta Constitution PnenmOnla it from ume the entire product of the county We believe tile plan is feasible and we hope that the farmers of the coutty assisted by Commercial Club wiil take Ithe up Anderson News Frand rd Afew counterfeiters have late ly been making awl ttrying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defraudjng the public This is towarn you tobware of such people who seek to profit through stealing the reputation of remediesi which have been successfully curing disease for OVJBJ 85 years A suro prelection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for iron all Dr Kings or BucUlens remedies as al1 others are mere imitations H E BUCKLEN Co Chicago 111 and Windsor Canada The KentuckytIoreV Country Life in America Frum a farm at Pisgah ih the neighborhood of the old town of Lexington Ky a pair of saddle horses not long ago were shipped across land and sea to tbe Emperor of Japan At tie same farm a little more recently a horse was raif ed that was sold in Washington for the use of Presi dent Rooseve t It takes years of experience and careful study cQnpled with business acumen and close application to the work to establish a breeding farm that will proJuce saddle horses of a1 quality in coraformation and trainiug that would meet the requirements ofan Empeior orn president And it has been by 1such laborious and pair staking atllPcountry f Founded by J r Miles Saunders fand UIa D u4hferA Fine MIs alen Work following from the Chris j1Th Herald giving an accaunt of mountain4oneby his daughter will be read with iiat rest by their many friends in Springfield Early in the efforts of the So fety of SoulWinners among the taountaineers of the cumber fnds in Kentucky and lEast pnnesseK the n5ed Of wide s pread Gospel iinstruction became c pparenti and ii was determined tpr estaiDlish catechetical schoOls tto be accompanied by simple ejarnest Gospel preaching The plan is for one preacher and tjwo thoroughly trained women tieachers at least one of them a good singer to go into community and seite down for a seasons campaign t One of these scbbols was es taulished by Dr Miles Saunders assisted by his daughter Miss Louise Saundera now MrsH S Murdock and Miss Erases q tentqdf Middle Fork of the Kentucky River at the mouth of Squabble C eek in Perry County Ken tfccky in May 1900 During the ummer seventy five converts Were in A site was donated and i prjepaiations were 1i gun fort- Building Laurel Point Presby s6riant fallowing year the school moved from the GOSpel tent into a lbeau ful frame church 44 x 24 feet N6xt spring Rev Harvey S Murdoch a Mississipp ian then in charge of 4 church in Brook Jvn NY joined in the Soul Winners work Dr Saunders and his daughters Miss Louise had Cplanned the erection of a selioolhouse near the church but Mr Murdoch had broader views and iit was planned to build o vhere ample playgrounds could b e had M rJ John Gross donated xarres ol land in the bottom across Squabble Creek sloping dfup the mountain and Mr James Sandiin donated threea acres of forest land still higher a Up The congregation itself do y ujated the timber to make the Ipgs and lumber and the corner stone for Wit herspoon College i vas laid and the work went i prosperously on The college building of logs stands on the side of a mountain fading south yard commanding a fine viewof the pliffbound channel oftbe Middle Fork of the Kentucky Ijliver and also a view of the narrow valley away to the jVhopprforLarrie range ImmeU iiatey in front of r the college f rour hundred yards away looms tip a great mountainous promontory between the twp streams A i toot ridge of one hundredfoot pan is swung fromi the cliffs of the ichurch promontory Across the raek forming the connee 2tionetweeand the church grounds lr The college building is 40x52 feet and two stories hign Ii is 6f logs sawed to the form of 4xs O inches A dormitoryot six teen rooms just fijsi dis ofE spruce pine logs Qn another part of the campus tthere is now in process pf erection a two f story refectory also of sawed t logs In this pioneer mountain Log College+ tnere ure now enrolled 25 pupils taught by a faculty ofa tive competent teachers able to imp rt instruction in common school I high school and collegiate fours e and a special normal I 3oure The college las great prospects especially in training common school teachers for the whole mountain region This monthr there will be present from twenty nye to forty of these teachers It isa Christian school l every closs from the infant class on vip has one recitation a day in Bible study A village is already gathering aboutthe college Gollege and church toge her have already planted several important miss ions some of them developing iiinto churches and the social educational religious and moral uplift of the whole population round about is very manifest n MILES SAUNDERS Budkhorn Ky Many Weather SigsiCountry people have a great f contempt for those who can not tell what the weather is goingiu- be till they have looked at their expensive barometers or seen the weather indications in the morn ing paper Tney have so uiany of flndiag o t Ii to fJmow boa si McuatODisu5dih p aeryst1ons a1 ika1ly Ask on of thn how k do this and he wil give you iI loBg Utotsimp weather gauges For instance if you arei a smoker lookat your cigar tip giobyWJ1fintbutif1it a charred end and refuses to burp brightly take your umbre llik If1 a slipper creaks it is sure to be tine tf it is silent it Will be damp In damp weather news- papersj are easily torp gloves contract and are difficult to put on matches will not light lilysilk hats become dull awning cords are iignt boot laces snap j ttelltti rain to come sCurrisings J dol Dyspepsia Cnae is a guaranteed cuie L Aj Soper of Little Rock t Ky writes tas We feel that Kodol Dysepeta Curedeseryes al1the corn mendatfon that can be given t as it saved the life of our little girlwhen she was three years old She is now six and ve have kept it frhp1 copf stantly hut Of course she only takes it lwith8herthe world for Indigestion Dyspepsia and alfstomach troubles A trial of this great Rii of all digeatanU win con vince any wio snfier Good for young I or old Sql4 by all druggists SaMcuIytil Washington Represenative D H Smithcof Kentucky wasI taken suddenly ill fn the House before noon today He from intense pains in his body and back and his suffering was excruciating He was taken jfrom his s4atnto the Democratic cloak rooni where the members w of the Kentucky delegation ad ministered to his qRepresentativecarriage afnd accompanied the to Fourth district Congressman to his apartments at the Eggs or House P bysicians were lume moned aril shortly after 12 clock it was adOomnced Mr Smith wasimproved Mr Smith attributed his con dition to he culmination ol adsevere cpT4 he has biuffeiing It is not believed that there is thing sb ious in his condition nd that his sufferingis due en irely to a old which can be cor reeled Latest reports+ from Mr Smith ini indicate that his conditijon is Sit isfactory although he isstill in pain and iit Is probable that he is suffering from an acute but tern porary rheumatic attack MrsbSmith is here and is with her husband JwoD1Zii Blras 1 ureinstanyyrelieyed and per Arcllli1Y tbatIt Arnica Salve stopped the pathd and healed it without A scarn y Also heal all wounds and sQtesCI 5c at C1r Haydon druggist GIIldei ille CaqktaMr EU Donaldson w io lives seyeraTm les from the c ty cap tured a large golden eagle sev eral days go says the Bowlingb Green TithesJournal sThebeen making himself a terror to a the sheepraisersof the vicinityw s young ambsseemedto be his special pry Mr Ppnaldson de termined o capture him and set steel trap and m two hours had him Th eagle was canghlb by tt one toe in the trap and measured six fee frpm lip to tip H brought jn Satuiday a purchased by Senator W 11Ogden oosThe readers of tbiapa er paper will be pleased to learn that there is at lea tone dreaded disease that science baa been able totsure im all its stagrs aid that U Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only poeitive eHreuoJI known to the medical frat rmltyCa Is rrh haingi constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment P Halls Catarrh Cure is taken iaUrm ally acting directly ugom the Mped and nmcous surfaces of the systefthereby destroying the foundation jof the disease and giving tH patkiit Iestrenttbtion and assisting atute in doing Its work Th proprict fs have so mtck faith inltscurativSpewers that tbyn 1j1paei p list of testimonials im cAtidresaaEeld by DrugfMe 75c 5Pas iahlaFaI1y Pill for coipittjg 4 J ft4 t f tu 11 Anders ccHiBty Ifai prMily prodacedj aair propoctiosi eX b1lJmentl Creek Weatherand the telephone the gentlemen ream would us a difficolt I one of them Mt thoiLt that iMhardtodoTaadiniej inter climbed tbe top gobig fwfrXtrat and Emins dowa head forefacwty The pole sejfctedofpr th- ease2epyorhoi whjch the feat all tn moje dijcult tPj RlSll Fad f Jerhrps ypa doat kaoir that Y tmany pain pOisons originate iii ttyour food but some day To may feel a twinge Of dyspepsiift f that will convince you ife 1Kinifs New Life PiUs are ififS anted to cure all sicki nfes IGtto poisons of undigestedt fCXxlc jtitI or monej back 25a at Gr Haydons drutire Trf tk- t a ij1 ft A Liice tlHe4ltl Kidney trouble is an i idiom dai f er and many eop1ee yIctiii V Of fftmalady before ttl syi4sare recognized Foleys DaM ow corrects irregftlarities sndrmpiij1he and builds up the kidn4 8itit V b Id be taken at the first lidki MX poiIijbavagocdI raneed forsale by Woo4 Wells IiVDefeNs i Frank Anderson tfcfjrcttleaii village blacksmith at Nada1 came to grief In Jr4gs Ifcoaeh court last ThurLdayAbOut a t earag6be iras i1r ISO and cost for gambling but ibe finet f as temitted Qr the OOifl1 OJ1 that the smithy would re iapujk 1 f town for one year Aesa- ys ago he got drunk and wen the hoase of Bon Kel atd demanded that the door be opened he would break it III thrtning to murder the inmat Mr Kelly was away from tu tat work but a sixte ft yet oldt boy named tiomingq got a Re volv r and fired through te 4 oor at him This made Ander son beat a hasty retreat to anear by tree for shelter From this rampart he pelted tb boa ewith rindownr10UlhtaIIe1IDWi the workhouse HI g Democrat Bees I txatlye HMT sad TlWia iatprivecient over aU Coagb Land BrojKhial rmedies It lioa 4hf Udriv tkecold oftaWiy tern cares Cr mp whoofteg OoiIi ards off pveamoaia an4afi Mplpit thelMnjI Bees LsxatIye Hoawy sd- ariitisebestCagh Stjii MrcklH rea Tats gGod Sod bf BtjJMfr Pharmacy v 4GiRTosrrimck our fod must W property 4ffest tf I sad assimilated to be of aIvalte tp If i 1ef our stomach a rest eaabt ntt e t1 9itrongchi gas bloatingl JKart p itibtttoa nd all iffestit disorders Mold by ll drugguetsi ilJ DW Nt A4TYfrtH Tbetorriofbache1o ocks and found attae paper with these am a y0 nrjidy dtt rrespldbacbeIOr L monyf The VMM and addv were given The bachelor wryt and n a few days fOIL r po Mamma wa mtnTed e rs ago Eyidentyj tit whom f Ju boi ks of did not atf vrt ould have oW Vhem My mother band ni cr and Mud poasiU uit JamelirhUen TiUeN Y Dteiljr Leafier I StThe Salye thif ce without DeWitts WiWa as IwBrM Buis BMriac awd Piles diaaf ear before lh = taJ ttaJfnhe straw before tb aauM rieOl aprt MisA H W Mirtirtia TbessiLs I was ary aJHcied wtfc ever Ieee that w r ty painful Dm Witi Witcfc Hsai Salf eared me iii itlii a wic Oat tin rel ft Sold bj all drufritt 1 1 H M Jtlfan jfei ha viog goVie out Otee hi laWW oMi in HV bands for ook3 ios Aflp 5rBojaa knowing thenj U eelree to bein3eBt toblm yfll fJeeaecsllatiny and settle 4 WER en1y Seton Merrlman 1 II- rrIght ISSI by XARPIL L 3OTNLS I r Lk tceirIxv- tt tee day eir cMtp tocafion ilter- atu1ee Ia4ot a Vrpaanly woman cigage uuwoii1y worl- yr 1 hum tike ciKe fcacki Your name iKarl Stelnmet2tr Iie i 4 grtre4 4aTkt lo tle ll nfeby wbkh I nm jM t ti argL f t credIbr dIea If you will Jgdij Ko Passage rjgM at tb tetck otl1c cathedral t ftoor barf ioonl ou the leffc rtt- iaiifrtilil the utalrSiht go straight in a I ttdie iratom sottynrhuda friend who rlAeii tljoujvrsiiib said Asone re pU ii Nht r3le I wAnd igi are you ray dear young i iM1tr i 1aai a one I am only a paid i 1 sjitA r rIIIr you go1 askedthe girl Msth1y lj am curious cud not i Y3UL T td Iiewbr Is it a she my I t 4S fait tbeanty dftl W not name an- WrV4 f I dB1t r eii BOW flnd 7 oclock 1 4 iHTJI nk c11 +ftoc e rUb you said the girl 1y4ee1thg round anti walking i c t loOkIng after her Stelnmet gradually Increasing his In a few minutes he reached the A ge boose standing within iron gates The Uper end of the English quay u8aof Prince Pavlo Coward 4XI- L4tPtotHKt Panl alone In his study In a few words be explained the sHun tI tkWJlttf do you think It means ask e1 the prinr1 I Hea verf Only knows r1MCMIW1JrgO 1t8u se replied Stelnmetz I lore A arjtery especially in St Pe lenbnrg 41 hd better go with yon said Ffcsl Cfottt No exclaimed Stehnnetz I Mgt go alone Eack In time for dinner said Paul 1 hope so 1 lliave had such mysteI r4oiia app1Intmcnts thrust upon ipe bv I fore It is probably friend who wants a hundred ruble nofe until next Mon tey The cathefiral clock struck 0 as Karl fildnmetz turned out of the Xevskl I rbepekt Into the large square before t1wsnercd edifice He soon found the Kazan passage a very nest of toy jghopand following the directions L jrlvenre mounted a narrow staircase He knocked at the door on the left bawl at the top Of the stairs i fCorpe iii said n voice which cs- t j e4jtaIe te start JK pushed open the door The room WJtt VW Juna with broad benevolent face forehead thin hair and that smile L saTOjExif the milk of human J my ejaculated Stelnmetz Stc r1ICothe in and close the door J jHe laid aside lila pen extended his and rising kissed Karl Stein Ii I both cheeks aft r the manner 17 i 8Ians i WTN m7 dear KarL It seerpsaI1t dt good Gad has still a little workAfor vLanov1kh to do I got away fe easily in theTiscal way through paid evasion agency I have been fi Mrded ftrom pillar to post like a fowl and reached St Petersburg iflit I have not long to stay I p ting south I may be ableto do- good yet I bear that Paul is In Tver t Sk1ngivonders What about money asked Steln io who was always practical W Catrlna set it the dear child W ffc t Jfc one of the conditions made by jf taencyahardone I am tofiee relations My wife well bnn pieu r ft not matter much She js oc qiMlln keeping herself warm n- o4tk But Catrina That Is ja dif matter Tell mebow is she k the first thing I want to know Is well Answered Stelnmetz cIfeiei her yesterday i happy TbeTroadfaced man into StiUSmetzs face with ron = blek esstrmomeflt for mental reserva e wpnders whether such are tLUfltof in heaven nuT asked the Count Ste Jjonce Tell me about sr n T3ji answered Stein l was looking at led to look at it u mechanism of r Then he turned his eyes of his companion dor my friend he said slow much yon know i jg answered Steinmetz tint looked at him inquiringly i sharj sigh and abandoned t w feald let us get to bus1 Save much to ask anti to tell I want you tQ see Catrina and- tell her that I am safe flndell but she must not attempt to see rje or correspond with nie for some years yet X3f course youKhedrd no account t Of my trial I wis convicted on the etldcnce of paid witnesses of Inciting to rebellion It was easy enough of course I shall live either In the south r tin Austria It Is better for you to bo in 1gn9raneSSteinmetz nodded his head curtly I do no want to know he said WUJroapiense dsk Catrina to send rSme maeef through the usual channel flo mare than she IasbeensendIng It wjllllJnflC my small wants Pwrfcaps pme tortwo may meet It1tHtImdor In Amerlcii Tell tleii iflaar kild that Tell h r I pray T poc1 ftp allow that meeting As fpr UnNTfa her day hits not come yet It will rnst come In our time jny dear ttiasd We are only the sowers So i orach for the future Kow about the i v past J hare not been I ile3 rl know who Mole the paperir ot the Charity league and ott tihtoi J kaow who bought tbam jflp ia for them 111Iclosed the door He came Die He was not smil 1thecontrary tid I want to kB f r qwjj I tfch Jooked up ulred In lt V 1 Un pear HO Jii = a Ii do answered Stelnmetz bluntly Who stole tie papers from Thprs Sydney 13iunboratg1- iStenmetz passed his broad hand over his forehead as If dazed And who sold them he aslied Ills wife Stelnmetz scratched his fb ehead with one finger reflectively Tassjtf bought them he said I can guess that Yon gess right returned Lano vltch quietly Steinmetz sat down He looked round as If wondering whether the room was very hoe Then with a large handkerchief lie wijied his brow You hAve surprised me he ad mitted There are complications I Who Httilc tlc papers from Tliors shall sit up all night with your news my dear Stepan Have you details- Wonderfulwonderful Of coursc there is a God In heaven Row can people doubt ftehT Yes said Stepan Lanovltch qulc ly thOrn is a Goi in heaven and at present lie 1s angry with Russia Yes I liavcjdctalls Sydney Bambprough came to stay at Thors Of course he knew about the Charity league Yon remember that It appears that his wife was waiting for him and the papers at Tver He took them from my room but ho did not get them nIl Had he got them all you would notbe sitting there my friend The general scheme he got the list of committee names the local agents the foreign argents But the complete list of the league he failed to find He secured the list of subscribers but learned nothing from it becausethe sumS were Identified by a numeral only the clev tfrthe numbers being the complete list Which I burned when I missed the other papers Stelnmetz nodded curtly That was wise he said You are a clever man Stepan but too good for this world and its rascals Goon it wonidappear that Bainuorpugli rode to Tver with the papers which he handed to his wife She took them to Paris while he intended to come back to Thors He had a certain cheap cun ning and unboundedimpertinence But as you know periyips he disappeared Yes said Stelnmetz scratching his forehead with one finger Yes he disappeared S Karl Stclnriietz had one great factor of success inilhls wprld an infinite ca pacity far holding his cards One more Item tl said the ccnnnnnnV in his businesslike calm way assili paid that woman for the pa pers And probally charged his masters ten added Stclumetz And now you must go isSrhc twa embracej again and there was iiothing nnnylu the action It 13 a Bhiglilar thing that the sight of two men kislug is conducive either to laughter Otto tears There Is no me dium emotion My dear friend my very dear friend said the count God be with you always We may meet again or we nay not- Ctenrnetz if walked ilbwn the Nevski Prospckt rnd the sleigh followed him Presently he got clumsily Into his sleigh and drove back at the usual breakneck pace to the palace at the upper end of the English quay lie sent an ambiguous message to Paul saying that he hiiil returnej and VIS dressing for diuiiep This cere tmony he went thVoughBlowly as one dazed by a fall or a hcagy fatigue As Stelnmetz went to tIle drawing room he glanced at hlsferatch It was twenty minutes pastflf He still had ten minutes to spare before dinner He opened the drawing room door Etta was sitting by tie fire alone She glanced back oVer ler shoulder In a quick hunted way hlch had only be come apparent to Stelnmetz since her arrival at Petersburg Good evening she said Good evening madame he an swered + Ilocjlbscd the door carefully behind l k5CHAPTER XVIII did not move when Stein ETTA approached except In to push one foot farther toward the warmth of tbcI wood fire She certainly was vejry neat Jy shod Steiumetz was bneDf her few ClIIufcrShe had never got any near or to the man I wQnder why she said looking bio the fire you hate InC 1 wonder why you think that of me he replied One cannot help perceiving that 1WbUeobvjjug serves to conceal that which way exist behind it replied the stqut man j tta paused to reflect over this Was Sieimuolz gain to mate love to hcr1 Ul1tIlknewi ble or Urea improbable In the thought SLu wouucrcd what Karl Stclnmutz must liaye been like AvLeu he- was a youugrjuiau How could she knoij that Ida manner WitS always easiest his attUude always polittst toward the wo men whoui despised In his way tills iiuiu was a philosopher lie had a theory that All exaggerated polite ness is an Insult to a womans Intel tect4 you think I di nit pnrV aali the re 0 atool1tU NotlIntegtlQjI MprJnceM tan as lOU kiiow a Genijpof no very subtle compreheusIonT My position in your household appears to me to be a little above the servants although the prince is kind enough to make a friend of nie and his friends are sa good as to do the same I do not presume to form an opinion upon you But I want you to form an opinion she said petulantly jIThen you must know thaticouldo- nly form one which would be pleasing to you I know nothing of the sort replied Etta Of course I know that all that you say about position Is mere irony Paul thinks there is no one in the world like you SteIn efz glanced sharply down at her Ho had never considered the pos sibility that she might love I aul Was this after all jealousy He had at tributed It to vanty And I have ua doubt he Is right she went on Suddenly she gave a little laugh Dont you Understand she said I want to bb friends She did not Ipok at him but sat with 1lcJHeJ30ft grasp held It for n moment andre lluqulqhed it I dont want you to address all your conversation to Maggie and to ignore me Do you think Maggie so very pret tyThere was a twist beneath the gray mustache as he answered Is that all the friendship you desire Does It ex tend no further than n passing wish to be first In petty rivalries of dally exist ence JLnm afraid my dear princess that my friendship is a heavier matter a clumsier thing than that A big thng not easily moved she suggested looking up with her daunt less smile a He shrugged his great shoulders Jt may be Who knows I hope It is he answered The worst of those things is that they are sometimes in the way said Etta reflectively without looking at him And yet the life that is only a iou glomeration of trifles is a poor life to look backl upon Meaning mine she askcil Your life has not been trifling be said gravely Shc lookc1 up at him and then for some moments kept silence while she Idly opened and shut her fan Do you ever feel an unaccountable sensation of dread she asked with n weary little laugh a sort of forebod plng with nothing definite to forebodeT- Unacenuntableno replied Stein metz But then I am a German and stout which may make a difference I have no nerved Tie louKco into me ure curougii am benevolent gold rimmed spectacles Islt nerves or Is it Petersburg she asked abruptly I think it is Peters burg I hate Petersburg Why Petersburg more than Moscow or Nijni rrver1 She drew in a long slow breath looking him up and down the while from the corners of her eyes I do not know she replied collect edly I think It Is damp These house are built pn reclaimed land I bcllevo This was all marsh was It loU He did not answer her question and somehow she seemed to expect no re ply He stood blinking down Into the fire while she watched him furtively from the corners of tel ejeSher lips parched and open her face quite whiteA moment before she had pro tested that she desired his friendship She knew now that she could not brave his enmity AIlet1tlJaT one word Tver had done It rill the mere mention of a town obscure and squalid on the upper waters of the mighty Volga in midRussia During those te1J moments she sud deny came face to face with her position What had she to offer this man She looked him up and down stout placid and Impenetrable Here was no common adventurer seeking place no coxcomb seeking ladles fa vera no pauper to be bought with gold She had no means of ascertaining how much Ins knew how much he suspected She could never hope to find out whether his knowledge and his sus picious were his aloneor had been im parted to others She breathed hard living through years of anxiety In a few moments of time and she could only realize that she was helpless bound hand and foot in this mans power It was ho who spoke first My Gear lady he said If you are content to take my friendship as it is is yours But 1 warn you It19 no showy drawing room article There will be no compliments no pretty speeches nojlttie gifts of flowers and such trumpery amenities It will all be very nml middle aged hike my- Self j You thliik returned the lady that- I am fit for nothing better than pretty speeches and compliments and floral offerings I do lie said quietly And yet you offer me your friend shipHe bowed In acquiescence Why she asked For Pauls sake my dear lady Sue shrugged her shoulders and turned away from him Of course she said It Is quite easy to be rude5As It happens It Is precisely for Pauls sake that I took tIle trouble of speaking to you on this matter iI do not wish him to be trou bled with such small domestic affairs and therefore It we are to live nuder the same roof I shall deem it a favor If you will at nil events conceal your disapproval I of me He bowed gravely nm11kept silence Etta sat with a little patch of color on either cheek looking Into the fire until 1luSlcimuctz went toward her with his grave smile while Etta hid a lace wliithhnd grown haggard Maggie glanced from one to the oth er with frank Interest The relationship betjvecu these two hud rather puzzled her of late Well said Stenmetz and what of St Petersburg I am not disappointed replied Mag gie It Is nil I expected and more Everything Interests me We were discussing Petersburg when you csme in said Stelnmetz drawing iforward a chair The priu does not like it She complains Of nerves 10I JCervcs exclaimed Maggie Jun lug to her cousin I did not succLJ you of having them Etta smiled a little wearily Ono never knows she answered forcing herself to be light what one uy come to In old age 1 saw u gf1T- 11lr tub morning I am nearly thirty three you 11ur Vhca lanixar sow Ts- jnI Ul Paul tzo i m- eluornblfteat J iILe1i this on Magfie bei dkecrtfcLrptee I liked ev th jjiknueu Hi their little jtt- t tonI 8tbe oiflcera tha- tircustsr tie eamenverybody Theie is something so my r1oUSKboItUteitt alL One can easily make up stories about everybody one meets in Peters burg It is so easy to think that they are not what they seem Paul Etta even you Herr Stclumetz niay not tie what you seem Yes that la so answered Steiu met with a laugh You may be a nihilist pursued Maggie You may have bombs con cealed rp your sleeves you may es change mysterious passwords with peo pie in the streets you may be much less Innocent than you appear All that may be so Ie admitted You may have a revolver in the pocket of your dress coat went on Maggie pointing to the voluminous garment with her fan Ills hand went to the pocket In ques lion and produced exactly what she hind suggested lie hold out his hand witH n stMol 81vcr mounted revolver lying in the palm of It Even that he said maybe so Maggie looked at it with a sudden curiosity her bright eyes grave Loaded she asked JYesThen I will not examine It How curious I wonder how near to the mark I may have been In other ways tJ wonder said Stelnmetz looking at Etta And now tell us something about tUo princess What do you sus poet herof At this moment Paul came Into the room distinguished looking and grave Miss Deaficld pursued Stelnmetz turning to the newcomer is telling us her suspicions about ourselves I am already as good as cqndemned to Sibe lInSh is now about to sIt In judgment on the princess Maggie IP ngued Herr Stelnmetz has pleaded guilty to time worst accusation 3119 said On the other counts I leave him to his own conscience Anrthlne but that ureel Stain met Paul came forward and Magge rather obviously avoided looking at him Tell us of Pauls crimes first said Etta rather hurriedly She glanced at the clock whither Karl Stelnmetza eyes hud also traveled tIlt Paul said Maggie rather hf dlfforeutly Indeed it seemed ns If her lightness of heart Jiad suddenly allah he Well perhaps he Is deeply in volvedj in schemes for time reaurrecUon of tl0 P hith kingdom or something of that sot That B3und4 tamp put In Steln mats tiuiuk you would construct a better romance respectlug4he princess In book it Is always the beautiful jrlncesses who are most deeply dyed iu crime do not think 1 nmspld Etta with a shudder She rose rather hurriedly rind crossed the room with a great rustle of silks Stop her she whispered as she passed Steinmetz And the latter did so and did not be tray to Paul the secret of the theft of the Charity league papers fr CHAPTER XIX THE Countess Lanovltch and Ca were sitting together In too luxurious drawing room overlooked the Neva The Joublfc windows were rigorously closed while the Inner panes were covered vllli a thick rime The sun was Jnst cinng over time marshes that bordei the upper waters of the gulf of Fin land and lit up the snowclad city with a rosy fclow which penetrated to the room whirfc the two women sat Catrirui was restless moving from chair to chair from fireplace to win dowr with a lack of reposo which would certainly have touched the nerves of a less lethargic person than the countess My dear child that lady was ex claiming with lackadaisical horror we cannot go to Timers yet VIho thought iIs too horrible Ytfti nRer think of my health Besides the glopni of the everlasting snow Is too painful It makes me think of your poor mis taken father who is probably shovel hug It In Siberia Here at all events one can avoid the window One need uot look at it Thopolicy of shutting ones eyes a mistake ijald Catrina Vlijvdo yoii wtnt to go back ta Thors so saomiE murmured the elder Ht 0101 of despair S- heConsumption r CJ There is no specific for consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mililions of people throughout t goodhealth fjf From time immemorial theIdoctors prescribed cod 1courstake it in its old form hence it lid very little good They can take SCOTTS EMULSION 19n9Iand tolerate it for a time There is no oil notI easilydigcstedJand system as cod Iliver oil in the form of JScotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous qJ We willsend you aIsample free Be lure that this picture in the form of a ii on the per of every buttle of Emuhicn you buy icottBowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York soc adi1didruggisu i d1i5pi bud1t1erItIIroej1Eg oa tvr to D4Jns use I am sure fMker iro hi Kke tolNtethere tide hart winter But your father 1s in Siberia put hi time countess which remark was ig aorcd Because If we do not go before the toldoroads which Is surg lo make you ill Because our place Is at Thors and no one wants jw here I hate Petersburg It is noUse living here unless one Is rich mid beautiful and popular We are none of those things sp we are better at Thors But we have many nice friends here dear You will see this after noon I expect quite a reception The Comte de Chauxville said he would come on my first reception day and of course Iaul and his wife must return my call They will comejtoaay I am anxious to see her They say she is beautiful and dresses well Catrinas broad white teeth gleamed for a moment lii the flickering fire light ns she clinched them over her lower Ant lip therefore FOuls happiness in life is assured she said Inn hard voice JOf course What more could he want murmured the countess in blissful Ignorance of any frony- Catrlni looked at her inother witha gleam of utter contempt in her e3es1 I wish you lhapplncxp said Catrtna That Is one of the privileges of a great love whether it brliigs happiness or- misery the contempt for all who have never known It While they reraalnefl thus the sound of slelghbclls on the quiietEnghish quay made itself heard through the doub e windows There was a clang of many tones and the horses ipuljed up with a Jerk The color left Catrinas face quite suddenly as if wiped away leav- Ing her ghastly She was going to see Paul slid his wife Presently the door Opened anti Etta came into time room With the indomita ble assurancewhich characterized her movements and earned for her a host of feminine enemies ilnie la Comtesse she said with her most gracious tiinlle taking the limp hand offered tojier JJy the Countess Lanovltch J Catrina stood in ttlme embrasure of tho window hating hler Paul followed on ills wifes heels scarcely concealing his boredom He was not a society man Catrina came forward and exchanged a formal bow with Etta vho tookj in her plainness and the faults of her dress at one con temptuous glance iShe sullied with the perfect pity of a good figure for no figure at all Paulas slinking hands with the countess When he took Ca trinas hand her finders were icy and twitched nervously Within his grasp The countess was already babbling to Etta in French The Princess How ard Alexis always began by informing Pauls friends that she knew no Rus sian For a mom hti Paul and Catrina were left us it were alone I wish you happiness laid Catrina and no one heard hmr but PuulShe did not ralseher eyes to his but looked vaguely at his coUnt Her voice was short and rather breathless as If she hind just emerged frptn deep water Thank you answered Paul simply He turned and solnowhat naturally looked at his wife Catrinas thoughts followed his A man Is at a disadvantage In the presence of the woman fhn lnr a him Sbo usually sww through huha marked airrereiice IK tween masculine and feminine love Catrina looked up sharply and caught his eyes resting on Etta He does not love her he does not love her f was time thought that In stantly leaped Into her brain And If she hail said it to him he would have contradicted tier flatly and lonestly and In vain Yes the countess was saylng wlth lazy volubility Paul Is one of oldest friends We are neighbors lu time country you know lIe hits al ways been in nnd out of our house like one of time family My poor husband was very fond of him Is your hUHband dead thmni1 asked Etta in n low voice with a strange haste Xobe Is only lnSlherla ron have perhaps heard of his nilstortuno Count Stepan Lanovltch Etta nodded her head with the deepI est sympathy I feel tot you countess she said And yet you are so bravefand made moiselle she said turning lo Catrina I hope we shall see more of eacn other r in IQnhlnnPerhaps shesaw more tllan Catrlua knew I suppose she said to the countess with taut Inclusive manner 1IIthrJ spreads the conversation out that Paul and Mile dc Lauovltchj were play mate IIThe ropy tey with etlcr of the l- adelmt Catrlnn turned awsmy Yes answered the cou itess but Catrina Is only twentyfour ten year younger than Paul Indeed with a faint cutting sur prise r While the party nsseuililea were tlnn exchanging social amenities a past master In such commerce Joined thein in the person of Claude de GhaUxvllIe lIe smutted his mechanical heartless l smile upon them nIl but wl en lift bow J cd over Ettas hand his face was grave lIe expressed no stir rIse at see lug Paul and Etta though his betokened that emotion There manneII slgnof this meeting havlngibeen Arranged smatter brought himself through the easy arid Innocent instrumentality of the countess And you are going to Tver no doubtbe said almost at once to Etta s Yes answered that lady wIthn1 momentary hunted look in uer eyes ItIIs strange how an obscure geographical name may force its way Inito our Iivsto bo foreotten It Rcnied to Et i r ta tAacu fiTer was written large whcrbsoevpr she turned Tlje prince continued De Cbaux lt iTllle turning to Paul Us a great er 1PnilIefti he spld i Y9U ar j fortunate protested De tyoungertt so wjis tho bear I have a great desire to trjr again Etta gininced at Paul who returned De CIzauxm tIle 8 bland gaze with all the Time inperjfutbablllt cotintess tjacirHhgVolco ttOil rJ celntihta Juftcttir peTJilpriSc CliaiiK vie had lute nied k ts do Tlien jwhy not come 1iind ehoot InumI lAb Mine la Couht ase lie answer ed with Outspread deprecatory hands but that would bd taking too great an advoinfage of yoUr hospitality and your well known kindness He turned to Catrina wbo received t him fwltha half concealed frown The countess bridled and looked at her daughter with obvious maternal mean i ing ias one who was saying There you bun I1 your prJncebut t have procured you a baron Tie abuse of hospitality fs the last refuse o the needy continued De ItntIonoracularly tI mademoiselle iN Catrina smiled unwillingly- I iwoulC rather leave it to your own consitienc she said But I fall to see the danger yon anticipate Then accept madame said De ChajixviUe with the engaging ri1nkI ness which ever hind a false ring in itIClaude de Chauxville had unscrupu bushy luhde use of feminine vanity with nil tskill that was his A little glance toivard Etta as he accepted the Invitation conveyed to her the ta that she was the object of his tI llttl plot that it was in order to near her that lie had forced the Count ess LnnoVUcli to Invite him to Thors nndjEtta with all her shrewdness was promptly hoodwinked De Chauxville sawfby a hittlqfiicker of the eyelids Helbadncrable He d made one ally The countess he looked upon with a wise contempt She was eOsier game than Etta Catrina Ie understood well enough iler rugged simplicity had betrayed her secret to him before he lied been five minutes hi the room Paujl he despteed as nt man lacking finesse and esprit t Claude de Chauxville was one ofi tthoCmenalns too nimnywluo oeItneir success InUre almost entirely to dome feminine influence or 1lDothcrI Whenever ho came into direct opposl tlori to men it was his nstinctto re tire from the field Behind Pauls back he despised him before hit face heJcriijged i Then perhaps he said when the princess was engaged In the usual tnrcc wells with the countess and Paul W 9Imoping toward the doorUthenper liapx prince we may meet again be forjj the spring if the countess intends her invitation to bp taken seriously Ycs answered Paul l often ghoOt at tThore f It you do not happen to come over perjhaps may be allowed to call and pay mv respects Or Is the distance too great You can do It In an hour and a half with n quick horse If the snow Is good answered Paul jlhcn I may make it au yevolr In qulrcd De Chauxvll holding out a frank hand tAu revoh said Paul If you wish it i And he turned to say goodby to Ca t triOs 4s De Chauxville bmulz arrlved later wnsqultellnn i if the Countess Lanovltch down to her rash invitation i Why is that man coming to Tver said Paul rather gruffly when Etta and hpj were settled beneath the furs of the 8rclgh We do not want him there fl expect replied Etta rather petu lantly that we ShillI be sp horribly diiil that even XJil de Chauxville will be a Welcome alleviation j CHAPTEH X4Ii H grentldrnwlng hatquay alone and grave What ever this girls Joys or sorrows may hi vo been she succeeded os well as any In concealing both Bhe was alone when Paul camoJnto tth6 room It was n large ro1tftwith ItnmtJIt fire neatest to the door lIe was the soirt of mann to come Into a room without any remark JMaggle looked up for n moment glancing at the wood fire She seemed tq know for certain that It was Paul fllave you been ouU she asked fYea calling Ho came toward her standing heri with his hands clasped besideI Mck looking Into the fire fSoclally he said with a quiet bu mor t am not a success Perhaps you do not try she sug gested practically Oh yes i do I try In seteral len JYouJ t aTe a large man r 1 It Does that make any difference he uikcd simply flSuettowered by her sidehookecVat him with a queer smile iYes she answered I think soCFor some moments they rem1lncdCI thins without speaking In a peaceful sjlence ItiWhen she spoke it was with a quiet vieens one Ihaving plenty of time and leisure Wuere have you beenlf she asked jTo the Lanovltches where we nletn the Baton de Chauxville lAh JBecausei J QhauxvlHe answered Maggie in herfl decisive way f I am glad of that because 1hntetl hjm said Paul Have you any red pit for your dislike i lHe has the same effect upon me is he trails she explained airily Then as It to salve her cescieaee1- Qi save the reason but dlaculMi M 1r111iI1111lt National Ban I aPRINF1KWJCY 14000t IS8iI a r a fvpFFIGERSJB L Lttseyr Presteent temW IewM VIcePresident- a A McElroyCashier i B Cain Assistant Cashier Ik JJ Foster BookKeeper p DIRECTORS =BLriUeytJW Lewis Sidney Green F JCCajn RI deleU H MUGrundy John O Folia IIbhuWe grant every favor consistent with safe banklMT Yr buness respectfully Solicited rril j SPRINGFIELD MEATMAREi- F T coi t COripri The very choicest jneattoii hand at ill times M wIt kill only the best We are in the market at all tlitfMIior IItbeeves beef and sheep hides tallow and food bjitter 1S Telephone 95 SPRINGFIELD KY I Jon SHUCK MCELROY do l1J1AJtT01 McEIroy 6 Wharton Insurancee Meal Estate Agenfe ItF J0 II 4 Fire Life and Tornadod Itisurcs K vf 4LaM Sold on OfllflhlS8lCflr t Mrs fttiOffice over Peoples Bank + vTML JfJ titthat ne aiuC C rrrrr P T 1 have seen more of SI de Chaux yule than you have she said gravely He Is one of those men of whom worn en do see more Wizen men are pres lent he loses confidence like a cur when a through red terrier is about He dIslIkes you I should take care to give M de ChawxvlHe wide berth if I were you Paul v She had risen after glpnclng at the clock Ste turned down the page of herbooli and looking up suddenly met his eyed for a moment only We are not likely te drop Into a cose friendship said InutUButbc Is coming to Thors twenty miles from Osterna There was a momentary look of anxiety In the girls eyes which slim turned avray to hide I am sorry for that she said Does Herr Stelnmetz know it AMaggie She was tracng with the tip of her finger a pattern stamped onthe binding of the book It would seem that she Mad something more to say Then Bud 1 dcnly sheLwent away without saying It In the meantime Claude de Chaux vllle had gently led the Countess Lano vltch to Invite him to stay to dinner Ie accepted the mvltatlori wlthbecom ing reluctance and returnedto the Ho tel fle Berlln where he was staying la toIIron Is hot more jespedaily where wo acn nrc7c5ncerned Moreover him knowledge of the countess led him to ISeirsociety This lady had a lamentable facility for getting to the bottom of 1ipr friends loweraof entertainment t within a few days It was Do Chaux Tlltes intention to make secure his In vltatlon to Thorn and then to absent himself from the counted After dinner the guest asked Mile Catrina to pjay He opened the grand plano in thef Inner drawing room with such gallantry and effusion that the countess postprandlally som nojescent in her luxurious chair began rehearsing different modes of mention- Ing her soninlaw the baron uYcq sLo muttered to l1elSelfastf Catrina Is nlain terribly plain Thereupon she fell asfee De Cbauxvllle had a good memoir and was moreover a good and capa ble liar So Catrina did notfintI ont that he kjuw nothing whatever of mu sic lit watched the plain face as tlc music roe slid tell hlmsQlf Impervi ous to Itff transcendent tones With practiced canning he waited until Ca trtna was Almost intoxicated with niu slc an Intpklcatlon to which all great musicians ore liable Ah1 hosnldhr envy ybu your pow er With Vbnslc like that one can al most Imagine that life Is what one would wish It to be She did npt answer but she Tvaader ed off Into another air a slumber soar- To BE ccrzxnij qUree of Fea If any Lopdoner crawling up toboMt ness by train or tram through the pfof his idle mind to wondering why was cnll fufog be would probably decide that It could not have been call ed anything c scoF is its obvios- ume Yet there J3 much speculattoii among philologists on this point Dr Murrays dictionary suggests as tater pedigree As far back uo- mmrteeqth tkf century fog meant after grass the rank grass that spraaf up after hay harvet or grew In the wlV er while in the north it meant moss Then foggy came to mean boggy Next It was used to mean bloated or puffy of the flesh of men or anlmato nd finally as applied to ale or stir It meant thick and jour modern fog wa derived bacXfrom this foggy Skeat owever poes straight to the Danish tog as in snee fog n SRQW rom fyge to drift The worst of liondoh togs is that they do ijetntrift ast inouLowIeitChxOnC1 1 The better muM tje less M ris Jo szCt dftHNiw ta Mra icero i I J t Henryr+ i WaUerousfitt 1 l Letters from T fr Europe jVWiiBe yjj tit tI A Lea itI 4atifl t of The i rf m JRIE JO RI ti1t J Dii1igiN THERE WILL EYI1ATTRAOTIVU DEP 1t1XnALL GOING TO MAKE Ar Wf1 PLETE NEWSPAPER frnt ItrDaily CouritrJo l1a1f y 1r tDailyand Sui4ay1year I tTJWeekly 1 year 4 J i f COUltIERJOUJtNAL QOliPAirr J LOUJ8VILL JeT Jly Special fliIIfLy c i p t teirI t NESLEADER l1 audHse Wkly brierIbHsayearfry 1 1oThis for cskasristi1subi-criptloasAll uMer this riT Hrix tlos ofr lariat W seat trwifffc tW j NzwsLniDaz oflce nJ BEES Laxative HONEY TJifif An impcoremtnt over c Lung and Bt 1i 1Gea1 t1IP1CI L SoldaiUaydoPbwnscy ctI 7 J 1ltiiidii Ii III sIUSpMMuwI fiWASH NOTON D c t it I 4i g T 1 ltist h r i HeN IIeLEA p l AMERICAS SALAD PLANT t GratM In Mere ThMN HBRdred DU d tad y rlctlea By W W tRACY Jr Lettuce is our most important salad plilatandone of the most varied o4 our cultivated vegetables In this country alone It is listed under more than 800 varietal names and represents more than a hundred really distinct va rieties Beingln demand at nil seatjpfts of tthe year It is probably grown under more varied oiitdoor and Indoor cohdl- tionsc than any other vegetable Five PBIZK HEAD IETTUCB hundredd acres producingg about 23000 pounds of seed are planted In Califor nla every re1rtforr seed alone More tiuU18000 pounds of jpne variety have been used In a single year by one Americau seed louse plantdJ is su best when grown the spring and autumn It succuin 3 prevlouslygrownini weather if gradually hardened tolt 1 much so that gardeners even as far north as Long Island sometimes Sow the seed In September and winter the plant Over outdoors1 either entirely Unprotected or vylHi only a slight cove eying of brush Under favorable eon ditions the seed sprouts within three or Your days but it may sometimes be greatly delayed AVhenthe weather is dry or cold seed planted in September may not sprout uitll the next sPring- S lt sown lettuce Is common and fert rlorseetle Ja sometimes obtained from uch crops Praetic ally all tbcsseed used In this coniryJs raised In CalilI fornia Only n vcAy eWall part of ItJa Imported though perhaps not farther r than 180 the largerS port Qgt It broad does not readily cross fer the tSe4 cwt dlKcteat three k ntedjlkfo bYb isldc with little t tixture The plants arer gen n fort Jwda in the raise way tt Sogtethuee tthey are Jet bher that irrits rrep this to Mid to DrodUJeta J It iwgulres from tblrty to to frdaF st qfIt ilportunt factor t colt cownyio aria laucw t i4tJHl1narki twas utterly wprtfcksfMffot1t any ttch parpoee r i i7r CItra1 IUe itTherearerome llarge grower et Vicpt corn the gtatet t whO sell the ears to the ciuinhi tactorjes and make J silageI of the fodder If cowpeaa planted with cord or even the old rash toned corndlilil beausth silage wH be increased lit quantity and Improvedtl in quality withoutdetriment to the ears and with n decided increase In the rr frogeu and humus left In the soil for succeeding crops CJowpeas do not grow well In Maryland if planted earlier than May 23 ffift may be comblnwl With jinny plarttlngssdt corn mode be ftcCcuh Unit date alai July 4 Tom bJ1lbWanss1succeed best when planted wIth the early corn April 24 to Mayy2223 iandvlllgrow bettor und hi1inoro effect as land improves If planted year oftct yearon the same land Catch Crdpr With Corn All varieties of corn delight la rich land dud to this rule sweet corn Is no exception but owing to the fact that It does not grow as tell as the field corn catch crops of leguminous plants He crimson clover and cowpeag3IUlken nmclrtlucr growth in sweet corn If one of tub Jorge late varieties of cow peasI like Wonderful be nln ted between the rows of early sweet corn at the last vorkinsjjho pen vines are Just Incondltlon to inako theirr best groWth after tltecotn matures and generally make n Tory fine growth before frost Corn In a oaaE Orchard The writer has a ono acre plot in young orchard thiot hasbeen inlrsweet corn and cowpeas8UI1S for ten consecu rive years without rotation arid withb only light dressings of cheap fertilizer Tho corfi crop is apparently as good as everr except that the treesarc now big as to nearly occupy the ground and I shall to cease growing crops between thcinrMaryland t Experiment Station A PROMISING STRAWBERRY liamlaotur Excellent In Qaallty and Llktlr to Cojumnudn Fancy Price This Very large strawberry B II Ekey photographed at the Ohio cxperl ItiRnt station Jg described as long con ical pointed and slightly neckedd color jOiii br t rlpe I of plants wodorrirt vigoroas gaiN bMltb Gwst ivfs rt pp May 13 flrrttiHp frmtr ttg JJuly lyl- yei 5 of the Chellle the moHt beautiful u butt aea t us cetwtrios twithin tire Tfctt fowrXpararc Experiments Jtb1djeienf kfiRii of beltt sho wrhiekla o roinftytof sixl ty busiitiltf of fli0it the acre ffrtna the 4tiUKoJ rpdtf varleb y It is stated that n Hum elQf Myndlctttei have ob trtlned concessions from tho govcni ment bby which theyy lliuvo the use of largo areas of land for tcnUtf of years and if It tot discovered that llarge cropcrtns bo raised inn Mexico nn en deavorwlll be made to place tho grain growing industryd on a commercial fodtt lug Inject Iniarieti to Corn Great liHthciiJwVfijeilctin corn plant and tto Itt la denote n tportlon oflthc annual report oft the Illinois state cntombloglst underJ thv subject of TheMora Impor taut Insect Injurle to Indian Corur The ilnupIs also published as bulletin iofltahelifluoi4 pcrlmeut8t1 tlon Concerning us itt does one of the Industriesl of widest extent throughout ttthe United Suites the Information givcii touches the Interest of nearly every regloi of the country livery farmer north south east tudwest may take fin instructive stroll with Dr Forbes through the eutomologfc field There fre few who will not learn soma tltfnsof worth froii tote practical lro port uud the Illustrations really illus trttte it in fur cxccytioually clcnr and Admirable manner While the economic feature rcceHo full attention the author a Up takes in to nc out the rapidly rising interest In uaftrc study and ranUeshis report of material value for this purpose to the public school teacher npJ student of whatever grade The study presentedJ Is Intended to tarnish n clew to the wliolq system of insect life of which the com plant is the center It thui standa as in many expects a type 01 example of the relations off a plant to its Insect visitants Dr Forbes hns a pleqslng way of throwing Illuminating side lights on the statements of familiar facts to the increase of their interest and value The Proenro of Ute Head Mangy Do not trust the work off feeding wholly to young boys If you expect the stock to conic outright In spring bewJtbtholboys 9fttbn directing and giving n word ot encouragement which men plush ttoward interesting them in the workk Now and Note Cement posts for farm fencing where timber Is scarce seem to bo attracting attentionn Ofllcial crop reports from St Peters bburg show the winter wheat crop in European Russia to be goodandthod crop of winter rye below the average Nursing dairy calves Is Inew bust ness noted by Rural Now Yorker Duly rymcn who retail milk 1nllarge towUs- Cannot afford to raise calves The milk Is worth more tosell After a tfew days they send the Uttlo creatures to porno farmer who has a hand separator and ecls cream IHe raises tthem om warm skIm milk and grain and sends them bask as yearlings An encouraging fact In forest man agealetit Is th6 rOwJngdctcrmlnatlon SfC largel tUnber jlnrt4 owners toiandj tIt ka1 Iilt1s leaisryastefi ly lHli piotecft l tlifc forists with the vtewtQ tintaui4 Yield of thubff Au mw of tt Ott100 cre4 gSeeded tta M1 rtvbeatlb Orange Judd I irmer- stlnlntenn increase ovpr t UeRhim nar Ve4e t Inst yOary tir2rJOOot a n r drereare of n SOUPPSCIENGE fteplNca TJiat Are VrvpnrfA WJt1e geld Without Stock VSIahypcoplg wonder gnid nu old fashioned housekeeper why woboglj n heavy dinner with soup It Is bee use tliq stomach Is tired and needs a mild stimulant bctOCbClmnxcJ We flfonJcn the reason dear soups are served for heaVy dinners and purees hud cream soups tar luncheon Tire cream soups nulll purees with bread and butter make a fairly nutritious meal TlTqror arc twot kinds of1t wups those with stock and those without Stock is jtiic extract from meats beet extractnets 68 u fitimnlaut JUrlnglng ihe iirgcsUi juice Into play Iu it we get only the fIll1 rrtand the coloring of the beef but no nutrient A dog fed only on beef extract died of starvation Itjs used In sickness as anconsCIerotellersy to keep up the vita forces until nature can repair the weaknesses Houlllon is the clear soup atls01cde stockk wiuVh is twothirds lean beet and Qne tliirll fat and hone In the bone we rind the gelatin and mineral best cut for stock Is the raid way cut off the shank in which Is found the round bone withh the mar row Brown soups are made of this s pek clarified and seasoned with vcge tables and herbs White soups Ore made from stock of fish or chicken Consomme Is made from two or three meats and is clear Button soup or broth is invaluable forlnvnllds in convalescence especially In fever cases through its sustaining qualities The soups without stocks are the creams bisque and puree Time last named js seasoned with vegetables or Bell and pressed through the puree Steve with tissues of the vegetables loft in the soup Bisque Is inado with shellfish or vegetables with bits of tile flailh or dice of the vegetable left in Indianapolis News DESK SETS hewn Girl May tale a Pretty One For Her Ilcdrooin Pretty desk seta for bedroom use can ho made at home livery girl likes a pretty room and with n very lIttiaetI fort on her pacttllhc can lipvp one by ttnstoCuUyItt t n1tloncryt n1 tonne ion first cuttthe which must be of a good nstcbonrdI JUflllES IN GERMANY tiyef ARt ONLY i nrtjTTEo TO ACT j IN CRIMINAL CASES AataaiNIOUiI Vote I Net KeJr114 Finding a Verdict Only a Ma jerltjrsofy freeThirdr Is ee Miry Juror Serve Withoutt lIltjv It may not be generally known that limdcr they original constitution of tho United States provision is made for tho trial of criminal cases by jury but not of qlvjl cases Titol In 1780 caused die satisfaction the people claiming that the omission wits intended to abolish trial by Jury In civil cases acid the sev seecuring tlisTtghtsr 6T TrTaTDyl 7ury fn suits at common law where the value in controvfcrsy shall exceed 20 lit many countries jurles decide bby a majority In France since 3831 n ma Jority of two thirds Is requiredt This Is true alsooll1 Germany where the opera lion of the Institution is so complicated 19Iea t the luutliodj adopted in till laud of the kai ser to secure Justice and protect the rights of the accused a Accordingt to German law trial by jury Is limited to criminal procedure and to cnses within the competence of a single court composed of three jjudges mill twelve Jurors Tbe juror receives otIflceh otI m may bbe mentioned notouly such persons as have suffered a criminal judgment or such Jsnre on trial on criminal ehargj bjjt such also as are restricted in the use of their property bj Judicial decree The laV enumerates also certain classes of persons who ought nott to be summoned for jury service tyid who are meant to be excluded but whose presence on n Jury does not of Itself necessarily invalidate a verdict In this group are persons under thirty years of nge persons who within tbreo years have received support from pub lie charities for themselves or their families dud persons who are employed as servants t A great many Jpeople are as n special pprlvilege cxeinpt front Jury service in Germany These Include officials persons employed in a public capacity in the service otrellgionpersettslu Ac rite military service nnd tteachers In tthe Ppublicl b i schools butt attorneys are not numbered among these so prlvl legs Phytiiciaus however and apoth taarics who have no assistants persons above slxty four years oi age and per sons who show that they are unable to bbear the expense ofthls unpaid jury service are among the privileged The basis of thelist from Tfhich the Jury iss selected isahetofi t persons wijo are eligible to sdrvlce Sliyimb6rs oC local courts None of these iYme jiv bersj serves more than five days in a jearr and thISPprovidesr a largo list for jurV selection It ptroslditin tffll r t IOlfsTltittYMll ts Miller S D1Cijr NOW York Herald The killing of 89 jack rabbi 8 af one slot bby a woman who poked a gunr barrell through her o 11oCh r 11 J t was during he ddeep Know IofI i tiled a bpsbel of oats in a path in range of the Jcitchen window The rabbits gathered boy theh score until there was a long row oft them eating oats bby the bright moonlight The woman fired and her aini w as accurate Thoedead rabbits iit is said weighed 300 pounds t The woman soft enough rabbi s to uuy hherself a new bone cutter acid then cut up the re mainder and fed them to her flock of chickens whichh means lots of eggs for nothing it is said puts a hen in the mood of breaking the Egg Trust quickerk thaiai1 IIcrushed jack rabbit A POSITIVE GllARANTEE Sided ly J Ifayikw wW Afrees te Re tlHllVYear Mosey if 6rtaristtdserM liverr Pewier Fail tot Cure Ywi GUARANTEE We herebv agree to refund the money for Dr CarlstedtV German ILiver IPowdcr on the return of the cuotv bottles the purchaserstating it has failed to relieve and cure him of any of the diseases tor which it Is recommended This guarantee covers the use of a bottle or four 25o bottles or two months treatment Signed J Dr CaHetedi German L1VerPOc frth a wonderful remedy a pre spription uledfforrQver fifty years by an eminent German physician in his practice both in lEurope Jaudthis country amid sold by thousands of druggUts alln over time world So midly natural are the effects of this remedy that all JCidnoy and Liver troubles give way to perfect health manyhaVoJ everyIUQwnromedyc j a MAY all Jrite KtiMl You Have in wf9 for OVer 3O yyesul and sonalsu Ailown All Counterfeit inlUUong TittInfants and CkUdrettBxpj What ls i balesgore contat t Uri s tsla Its nil ya F ColicrXtr and 1 tul Stomach and B The Cilildre- tGENUINE Tfie Kind You InI Lbse Forr MC ertrrui rr ClClubbllg List for We o Ter below an Attractive clubbmg ifst vhichyincludi nearly all the city apera and leading magazines All new eRivehthoLEADE 1 j LoulsvillePost daily 3350 Courier JournalI daily P n 040C Times t ddaily 5r 000- 2BOLouisville HnraJd daily tt e 2 Courer Journal weeldV p 1100 Louisville Herald weekly 1125 Home and Farm 1l 25 Farmers Homo Journi 5viTOWN rch atreasonable KY Y r Ucal HrKMHins if Tilt Frsh and Latest IIAU Abt Yurself FHtncU I Ijj gad Acquaintancts f t t i RUSTY TACTICAL NTISTer prices guaranteed SPRINGFIELD OIINY11 MAYES II Rtertit o t K vinegar at Jno 0 iapPle pound at Jno 0 Tryr Htgans Special roagtttt ee Hagan Bros t Mte fish toper pound atJno erel and white fish in kits tSha ers t atJtSbaderl I J atJtI rders for cream and Hagan pros neW line off fancy candy andd I es attjA Shaders s f ackerel and white fishs in bulk kits at Hagan Bros eshh ffsh and oysters ever at J A Shaders i e blttf cups and saucers or later lOc each Hagan Bros Lenox Soap seven cakes forI 25 cents at John C Shaders Dried beet and breakfast bacon sliced at HagannBros grocery Toilet sets at 10 per cent dis count for 10 days at Ha an Bros Watchhhour show windows this week for bargains Hagan Bros Cabbage potatoes onions beans hhominy at JnQO Shay ders Dont forgetlthe bargains on the 5 and lOc counters at Hagan Bros Try our line of Old Honesty coffee you will use xno other ffor R d r r 1lUriUui1 M Born to Mr and MtsM Walkert od the 20th a daughter grid toMr and 1sW Reidel on the 21st a daughterR WANTED A first class tobacco tenantt Mustt come well rec omended No other need apply TURNER DERRINGER Valley Hill KYfj The damp weather the ffirst of1 the week gave the ffarmers a good opportunity t to hauj in their tobacco and wagons were thick about the American Co jss warehouse Silvester Smith Son have recently bought two fine jacks and a stallion which will make the season attFair Ground stables Messrs Smith are also prepared to handle andd break horsess Hon W D Clayb ooke re quests us to announce tthat the has just received a sack full of garden seed from Senator Joe Blackburn for distribution among the honest farmers of Washing ton county Mr J Jj Mudd bought llast week of Felix F Muddof Fred erickstown a yearling jack which is a full brother to the two Year old Gov Wood jack winch sold at Lexington last week for 1QOO Mr Mudd has a promising youngster Until March first only our special offers hold ass follows News Leader Southern Agr cut turist and weekly Courior Jour nal one year for X140 or the News Leader the Southern Agriculturist and the Weekly Louisville Herald one year for only 120 Messrs John F and Prank W SImmsof this place b6qgh of Nelso Community 3n this d t The funeral took pacft4i Pleasant Grove church cjfi rues day afternoon conductrd by DrJ T D Lat jrierr of this place and the remains were 1laid to restinj Pleasant Grove cemetery i Death iff Purl J Booker Dews of the death of Mr Paul J Bqoker at Norton Infirmary Louisville was1 receivedd here yesterday morning and caused a general expressionnofregret among his many friends of this place The announcement w sJ net unexpected however as it had been known for several days that Mr Booker was in a dying condition Hewas taken fromI here tpthe infirniaryfi about sixII weeks ago suffering from a coin binjCtibni of diseases chieff which seemed to be a liver stomach trouble After hlOrrf arrival at the infirmary Booker deveoped pneumonia but after a time re covered from that trouble and his condition appearedd to im prove but his system had evi dently become too much weaken edd and he gradually gave way to the ravages of his other trouble His ddeath occurred at an early hour on Wednesday morning The remains are expected today on the noon train and the interment willl take place in Cemetery Hill Owing to tthe fact that Louisville relatives are to return onthe same ttrain i here will only service eon d be a short funeral dducted by Dr Latimer of the Presbyterian church of which the deceased vasa member Paul J Booker was born in this county at the old Booker homestead a mile and a half from town 59 years Roand was a son of Judge Paul Jones Booker one of the pioneer citizens of Wash ington who located at Springfield to practice law in the year 1809i Paul Booker was a young man of exceptional natural en dowments of nind and was given Izall1l0offpbCiiadvantages that money and a refined tfome ssoclations handcepi h soma nearing pleasing address lihe made friendsp readily and devel1 whhclr WK rpitJKJ OLD r =UP HfWJtWI THE ONLY IINVISIBLE BIFOCAL Doesnt make you look so old POP Sole at ED M 1 WELLS f Store Springfield Ky land to whom she was married The husband had refused to live with hhiss wife or to provide for the support of her and their child Mrs Sutherland inslitu ted a damage suit for 10000 against the older Sutherland claiming that he had alienated her husbands affection and had influenced him in hs action to wards her and the child This 1recalls the tragedy by which George Carpenter the father of Mrs Sutherland lost his life a few weeks ago at the Sutherland home in Mercer county The father felt out raged at the treatment his daughter had received at the hands of the Sutherlands and the matter weighed so heavily on the mind of Carpenter that he determined to compel young Sutherland to support her afterl he had married her Accordingly he drove to the Sutherland home and meeting young Sutn erlands father asked him what h6h was going to do about the matter and if lie was not ping to make the boy support the girl and her child He replieu that it was none of his affair and that he would haveli nothing to do with itt whereupon Carpenter drew a revolver and began firing at Sutherland He was sitting in his carriage and at tlio report of the pistol l his horse took ffright Und ran away throwing him out breaking his n ck and killing him instantly The matter caused the most intense excitement at the time Mrs Sutherland sued for 10000 damages and also sued forf a di vorce which was granted She has bbeen making herrbomew ith her brother at Springfield for some timt NT AtL t TSPEcIALflFFERTHIS I I I X ItheH I i Daily Louisjifle i Herald ALL ONE YEAR FOR I 250ADDRESSIIc c t NEW5LE DERII SPRINGFIELD KY IOO last Thursday evening in a most delightful manner Misses Ola Goatley and Mary McCabe atJdd Sbaker Robertson visited Mrs Rowland in Bards town Sunday MrsW C McChord Miss Sallie McElroy and Ormsby Wharton are among those on thef sjck list this week Rev J W Carter is at the 1 S Yankey home this week MrV and Mrs Carter have arranged to go to Lexingtonto live Mr Geo E Medley who has been quite sick atbits home here is slowly recovering but is not vet able to attendd to business t Messrs John Sercy Conrad Hertieio B M Grundy and T D Wells attended a Knights Templar banquet at Lebanon last eveningMr G Posey an architect of Henderson N C was here this week to consult with 4andMrs I H Thurman concerning plans for a new residence Mr 0 Jj Price thas rentedd the OGalapropertyon High street for his father and mother Mr and MrsW ppJrice of Bards town who will come to Spring field shortly to make their home Olittprd Roberts and Will Greene left this plxce rattier nn expectellr to thaic iraat pdsa aitda t t1tTkursdaq inortN j t n t for Chapped IfHands l t And Rough Skin s + U y USEWv i Bofofceahil I Itt 1is Soothing and HealingJ Just tthe thingt tot use after being out in thet coldj and youll never beP annoyedt withli Kough and Chapped Handss tf TRY A BOTTLE PRJCEF 25c w J wood 0 w llsrTHE DRUGGISTS Ptes riPtiOUBnSinesnrSP Specialty s sls w cw hhw w w a eaiye tyeacye Peoples Deposit antL SPRINGFIELD KY 0Qh ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1880 aaTt I L fII 50rOOOL O 000rtr y OFFICERS =Geo tD Robertson President I HThurman Vlce Presi i dent J A Boulwarei Cashier Cha9 M McChord C A AssistantCashier HC Lee BookKccper DIRECTOKSrGco D Robertson I H Thurman W L Graham G C jLt Hardon J WVSahcriyrTVxVt Blanford Patrons njoy cvery prlvlleffe usually extended by reliable and t wellequIppedBaTikBrtfroapectiyet depbsitors aarenvited to write or call in person 1 1 1 11 l l 1 11111 11l 1111 1IW11rr c 4 M e r 4 plan seed There arc nt wkfck determine tM- etttK particular purpose Sonic 01 tkjcteDltereeeN1n t n80n sad Climate The COfItl tiftQr example succeed wok later IB Bttgland than ht our ceitatrapdt entjwhe market nr deaera lad that certain kinds areWegtt adapted for ttheir coauMttons i of soil Ari ttt ciao4 therlttrMAretot Givwu klinla succeed well iu ttwIltirlxgr hit shoot rjMrf at ottcc lu JftetyweatlHir sad are of little iisp for BBMer planting Certain kiudearo- verribsrdy ttocoidaj1d wisher euecessw ttlljrewtdoorsf unprotected while other mvarktlea especially the crisp sorts are tfallttrefl torf tkta jfpurpose Method of Crawlng Whether lu GrM hoMMv Hotbeds or Cold frames amsd thee+ ll Open Air or Gro1ln Directly In Place Obt OorsIn tit culture where time anti apace are nott so lImportant as iJt Kreesbouses l ftfs more profitable t r grow tpe large rvarieties which nrc muchb itterla season than those conk uaoply grownun er glass TINt Tastes of Consumers or the tee qwlrefflthts of tl Markets Some prefer tbertoftt defecate flavored butter xErrroamca varietiesI which anjj used for scrvlng m the table wth grossing others are ffiset nccuetoiueflfctot tthe hard ttexture of he crlssp alop while still others ttUttk there a u+ tklag superior to the eewhiitt jbtttt sweet leave of the cos let ttoma44 rt change from one to ttheeI vXketjiet these tUJterent types Is agree able to most persons In some markers the Jlight green lettuces nre demanded redil there Is litHe sale for brawn col ered sorts la out eastern markets the Jiefd lettuces n re most In demand dur lag winter while lit the west the more I Ilty drown bunching arts of the Gmiidl Rapids typo are the kinds most tsai for forcing MKkk the almto1 for me and Ih force wt matmufactiurerrU Is n ftrftitfOElIllmt eieotupromislughies rre to an xlknltWEE CORN YaWaMeta Cardjwer WfcuJ AYe AIM Dairypea- y t AUaUiTUB JiTASLTJR M D AH early cornrwJr jth large ears next tajge fodder Is celallji valuable to tkeeeinarkctlr t gainers who pro also Halryaicn and ke jt hogs for time cars wilt usuajlly sell J tmarket for a good peke anal leave a good Quantity of valu 4 aiWe Jfexfcfcr to feed la July aid August j pttihlreei Arregttalrally a iQrtt dad wil fttM corn milk sorghum andll MWJMM are all too Immature to sake fl Ied tymsit sweettCjora may be planted taitmer teW tern It stickers freer Jru Md WuJbt w1elkBt MI e ed bjr the tock A riq i IH Mmeeeulff iMts ppstti tiy that Ili anti Iisliie LI Milk frsi i sacre ef lsrr- mierstit1i ledf totMU 9WB than from a i lrracre fiCo Mfil forn If silottblestt of rq thet aantiu and M ddnot t i fs i a a street Cij tNe tat aatNt e i iIIfnil1f I v 4lY i J II t Ijn w Ekes berrles grow son Tim greatt long pointed berg her with their ifltrlil flf1l co made them equally coitsplcuous otx bhp fruiting rove andiu thf basket While this vtt rlety does not promise to be ns Jirdduc tire Ks might be desired tar as the lnumber ot quarts are concerned it certainly dossImU1lse111 the opinion of the station horticulturist to be n sat bffactory yleldcr of dollars and ceiits Judging front the past season Its great siiicnud beauty will cause It to commandIl n tane price among appreci ative buycis CeUeaseedlMeal Far Cows As much as live pounds of cottonseed mon may be fed ttd milk cows per day In some cases with good results find profit but as a rule the amount eshould uot ho more than one to threo pounds Cattle wilt eat It readily with out its being mixed with other grain or material but Uls much better to feed It with other grains or Chaired roughage or sprinkled over the uncut hay that has been dampened If tie cotton seed and cottonseed meal can be readily obtained and the cotton seed Is cheap and other grain high a mixture of the seed and meal will bo a more desirable ration than either iced alone OHth hoin Experiment Station AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS threat Intimation and SaicKCitleBti la Preare lre l armlHK- By D BENJAMIN Jr- WJsbitgtouZ1ie bill of Keprcscntn thc Livingston of Georgia expressing lilesntlsffictIon with the government cotton reports especially tho report of Lcccinbcr r lust and miuestlugthut all the data upoij which It was founded bo submitted tt the house of representa jives was unfavorably reported upon by the house committee on agriculture Tho report of thc cotumittceAvasadopt tId by the house aud Mr Livingstons resolution laid on the table by a vote of SOtdlTThe feet Sucar OHI Iteceut statistics ofMcssra AVillctt Indicatethe United States of 200000 tons 2240 pounds etiflQr being an increase of 18000 toUtt 11 the preliminary estimate nil of which Is dueto the unusually fay Vorab4 conditions during harvesting The largest increase shown In nay one state was Colorado Lastyear the total cipiuf amounted to 208133 tons f New Weed ScaitoHlaK The powclllzatlou of wqod Is anew process reported from England for sea sailing wood quickly for Immediate use by saturating It with a solution of beet sugar and then drying It with artificial b ntThe treatment Is said also to greatly Increase the strength and the durability of the wood Fha timber so treated lresists dry rot The wood Is no longer porous and therefore more saul InhlKhlocks1 Our Present t Wheat itaatten The present wheat isltuatloir In the United States was tie subject t off an ads dress byf Jobu C AVlllianJs of Washington before the recent meeting of the sstueIatIQn For thet Advancement of iHlf iticee AccolI1Ipt6jiCr Wllirams an tacreaso la the xieisuiaptloH of wheat has gone steadily forward la tills ttJ1bf yilwlfile tae prpthletio i kits ddew rUt lfprestak tenst ice gray atsi Mt At liar cod ibm p tlou slid the hoagie supply JusttabQ4t hhlancJ Ir Got ttttt for export Rotigib stx RttU trop itt aol Is M1AJ l t b ib NO r 1 1 1katw t A raoi- Miallf tlLItfr rk w B JM t f p jOOO Acne as- with tile acreage actually deeded in the fall of 4003 BITS FROM THE WRITERS x Marriage was Invented like trustees tto save lovers from beggaring them wives Alfred Austin Of nil slaveries this sad world knows there Is no slavery so torriblo as the slavery of n sensitive man to n hys terical selfish woman T IP OConnor A popular novel Is n compound of amusement and admonition and tho most popular are those In which clown lag is sandwiched with preaching George Moore That wo have a knocker on our doors means that wo are not boors fund barbarians that we do not call on n man by climbing Into a window or dropping down n chimney G KI Ches terton otrjtheh otrj Sarah Grated Scotch 8torle It was late In the afternoon when the Scotch minister arrived nt tho farmhouse The housewife suggested ortcnlbetoreI t when my work Is done Ill Just be gaun on Ye can hing the pan on and leave the door ajar an Ill draw to n close In the prayer when I hear the haani fizzinV Another woman of Scotland when asked If she had tunderstood the ser mon to which she had just been lis tening replied Wad I hue tho presumption Liberty Ir lea This Is Liberty hall and you may smoke In the garden Is a maxim which has become typical of one sort of hospitality Another version has Just been perpetrated by a member of the early rising frrttcrnlty- II wish said the host every oho to dp as be likes In my house It sounded very friendly butongOo Ing to his bedroom the guest found a little card stating the times of meals Breakfast at 730 and In an N B was nddcdUIt will be cleared away nt830I The Golden Mean The tooth of the Crocks wasn I Notli lug toomucli Annteems of cpurago Is brutality An excess of economy Is penurious ness An excess of tnstels precocity An excess of goutlencssila timidity An excess fit con tldciico Is egotism Wlio will show usfwhere to ilrii the lineEmcst fK Lon In Everybody d Magazine A happy Pair SyHa How Is it tint you and your husband agree so well Mrs ray Well youucer he hits given up his club fcylla Andr you Mrs uayII have given up amateur cookery With those two destroyers of domestic felici ty pope why should we not be happy IIII Title Iff 11 wisre justomftry In this country to confer titles upon Inca who go in for literature what should I 001 asked a conceited Journalist of lite edltbri Baron of IdeaSf was thf tfcrset reply RIItal Piety- MotherPo yowl like my sew gow1h Mtilk titjr Illieeut aged Are with r If there 14aAId xiy JelMtapke NI thosse eI 1Mt r JJ1I A rilETMT DECK SET pieces tho size you require for your box then lay them obi your material and cut piecesof that Just n little Ian gcr than tho board A plain lining Is used for the Inside and pieces of It must be cut the same as tho flowered material The cardboard Is held between n piece oC the plain and a piece of the flowered material und It is whipped closely lall overr the edge When nil the pieces have been done they are Joined togeth er and the partitions which are out off the colored cardboard cutI the size to fit Inside of the box are slipped In place Thococrot the box Is then made In the came way a very pretty plan being to leave an oval opening In the mate nut where you can slip In a photograph or picture To make n really pretty finish to tbOI edges a narrow strip of fancy gold braid Is sometimes used as trimming Lnmiderlun Flue Dollle Laundering tine linen doilies Is attended with some dUllculty especially when the doilies are fringed Combing out time fringe after ironing results dls astrously in a very short time It the linen Is really line A clever woman discovered this method which after all may not be new Great discoveries Seldoml are After rinsing time doilies they are floated one by one In a dish of clean coall water When time fringes are perfectly smooth surd flexible slip a piece of manila paper or blotting paper r under the dolly mind lift the wholo thing out of time water Let the dolly dry on the paper and the fringe will need very little combing PorftrmiiiBf Clbthlaav QUeen Alexandras laces linens and Bilks nre perfumed by n method which almost any woman can copy The drafcrs lu which they are kept are lined with white paper strewn with rose petals On this Is placed n layer of time fabrics to scented over that a llaysc of r0331leaves and so on In alter nation until time drawer Is filled Over all a sheet of tissue paper Is spread At the end of twentyfour hours every thlvgin tins drawer will have dpjlcate perfume IItQcker and Jarlc s A prominent New York stockbroker says iThe newspapers do not get wind oft oven a small fraction of the suits brought against brokers because of mis undcrstandluKB between us and our CIH tomcrfl Nlnptjulue customers out of ovcryhundred think we rob them when they lose their money In the market and give us no credit wRcn tlicy Win We do our hardest to settle nil4 suits but of court for there is not a Jury on eartji that will find a verdict for a stockbroker Why Simply because every Juror has been scorched now And then1 In the market alid holds a grudge against all brokers1 New York Press1 Willing te OHHfCe On one occasioni when ilobla Alllson who was fldJRatt Kllwlnuln fg nlll carnal jqmea goods fef a traveler visit- Ing hISCcustomers he Was delighted wits a dram over and above his pay Deed thats Tale noDguts Qye I pMildUdbluI but maybe Ill be abl- eeye to jlae a guid turn yet Ye len Im ttM tfavvdlfgctTT Dacdat ye like ryourr MIt 1iiII11 1ta1MlRrtI ttY t J chi com lust each year prepare a list li Is exhibited for public Iqppec for one week atthe end of which tho unprotested tt ames are sent 5a Judgo In tho district to which 1eIicommune belongs Eventually from each year list are selected tthirty Jurors who constitute what Is known the verdict llst3 nraret I court who tell them the name of time accused anti the nature of the offense charged Tho names ft the thirty Jurors are written on tickets which are placed In an urnJrom which the final twelve Jurors ate drawn by lot There nifty bo as many challenges as names In the urn exceed twelve thel Qne or roam persons may lJodrnwnl by lot to net In the place of regular Jurors In the event of the disability of any of tho latter They sit In the case hike parFTnIp time trial ask ques tions If necessary tiass1 r1ifren derlng n verdict only In case any of tho regular jurors bo suddenly capacitated Tho jury determines the degree as noIact falls within the definition of a crime under the law Time jurors elect their own foreman but only after they have retired to tho 1lI1onllouBthirds Is ndcessary that Is It time vote Is seven for conviction multi five for ac qulttnl the defendant is acquitted It Itt Is eightt to tour he Is convictedl Boston Globe SPARTAN VIRTUE tIt J a Fine Thlnic If It In Sot Advertised Too Much A Spartan virtue scents to have the Inherent quality of making Its possessor n 44 caliber bore of the worst sort Take the man whose supreme It not only virtue lies In tho fact that ho takes a cold water buts every morning time whole year round You meet him Iln the car In tho street In the course of business anywhere and no matter- what be at the start the ncIcountqultoncI how on the frostiest of mornings he frolics in the ice cold water just as ItI conies from the Then theres bydruntIdove to his oI ThOImotOt ThOI customed to It that the only time can get an extra thrill out ofit Is hoI the streets are deep with snow andtI Wfiid Is blowing a hurrT nncIHeaven mug forgive rises at C summer and winter spring mutt full We never can Tho early riser is not a criminal simply because the law docs not designate his of fense as a crime nut It Is admitted that the law tilts Its defects Nothing calm1 approach the look of superiority on the face of the early riser lie hnslroad to healthfound the only or Wealth The books he has read before breakfast would If collected In n heap make the Congressional library look jiuallc who would laThere are some place tho first rank of this group that nig gen1tlcman unless all the windows and doors are open Time lower the pressure of steam In tho radiator the lower the mercury Io its tube and the wildrtime play of aroundithe corners the more insistent Is he tthat yofii are Imperiling your very life lbY tiO Wunylng nu office wide open to every wind jut blows I Oy Spartan virtue Is a flue thing but Itt would be simply sublime Jt Its Biod erijr 4 exponents and Incukators WM- ddiJ J t keepp Btlll about UWaliJwftwt iJ 4 t nt Dr OiMr1tt4V4 German LtviTPpwdjrilt hai tuneS many ofhlti customers who are re cotnwendlngittothclrfiteirtls Better thkv teKtJ91att k the gaaran tee unoer which tir Carlstedta German JJveVrPowder Is sold If it does not reUye aadciite yi a it will you notblbg aogo att once and pro cwre the remedyi and tykee along TisSfirt t guarantee i Ir LIFE IN GREENLAND Time War of eke People Their Plea nrrN Their Food GrecnlandH west coast IIs considered to have the gratjJjHt scenery of any court in the world by Roger Pollock who writes of a Journey thither asfol lowssuThe stiuny arctic day which lasts tfor months n skyl nil flaming ry iherottedsplrcsofthe Alps Iliyiked with stupendous cliffs tutu based on time smtful levels of time sea Cities Of crowded ItorgH onmpniiml of dazzling light and radiant color such scenery that blots but ones former mciLurlcs Our flrstt port of calm WitS Jnlcobshavn at the hhead of Disco strait biggest of the northern villages a metropolis 5f uiike white people and 40u natives Beside a pocket harbor perched on round shoulders of time na ked granite are the bulldlngV tarred black the Royal Trad company For a background to time dlanil scene rise higher rocks littered with garbage and turf Iffats the homes of time nn tires At heart time place Is gay for our sailors went ashore every night to dance with the Eskimo girls while the olllcers of ship and colony swapped dinner parties breakfasts and luncheons all through n nine days festival Men and women alike the writer continues wen linguists well read accomplished a little too polite for comfort living a metropolitan life oil one batch of letters n year In an arctic outpost Expecting the pathos of ban ishment I found the gayety of perfect content Time Danes of all the settle meats were nUke in social charm gen toolof the outdoor wilderness The lone servant maids wore the furry boots to the hip and curious topknot of their national dress One had to toll promiscuously In love ritlr nil of them Even time Danish men wore native dress lnt there was one Important dis npl11tIli as served In Greenland are always pronounced In flavo- rTHREW UP HIS HAT The Story efr Cocicrell Klectlea la the United sVatew Senate The truthful story Is tofd In 1ss url that the throwing of a broad brimmed hijt to the ceiling of time hall of time house of representatives In the capitol nt Jefferson City made FrantU Marlwii 1CocltrclI1 member of the United States The state had been stirred by a contest for the Democratic nomina lion for the governorship The lines between supporters of opposing candi dates were sharply drawn In a state convention numbering a tthousand dele gates Charles IT Ilcrdin had won Lby 1the narrow majority of onehaltof one So close was the result and so bitter the feeling that the Democratic leaders feared hIrrecancllf bio division Inr the party Tasks The result however had scarcely beemt aniounced from the secretary deck When the tall figure off the defeated caiMijtfta Qeoeral Cock rell was seen coniiiBg tthe platform A momeMttaorei i as the lhi k of expec fancy fell utKW tbe crowded Cq red s volceraig wt Na limn sfeld lii i iA t t iuNowan will throw bte Hatt latkertffor C A Va u jwilt I x awir t the c4 lfeitl tthe s JlLa Cotm rcIal Trlb taeCmgclnntst JlD utr Gent1emn Breeders Gazetta v OJ Interstate Joultrjminu ioliO tlltoFarr erAri160 Independentl l 18 The Commoner s- 1J 11ttLo isGlo pe fa L t 1 7 GCNtobolaB 1f+ Yl l If fa0 Kn J10Th Dennetor J ItIf r6 i185 WtraanitTj Home C6mpanioaKJ i r x 11 e00 M cure 8 Magazine J H f1C U 17t Harpers Magazine r H o sQHarpers weekly r 44255 Harpers Bazar t t f 44r5 American Agriculturist d 1 atie 4itAA k3pecial trates givenon many otherpu ilcatlonstJ snorrt ent d above which will be raade knpwn dtt applicaUoa to E Lr DAVISONr Pub NEWS LEADEIt Spring jSeldlTy s t i eu u mrriil la1tI SAC youth tlon frantic wltfl ftithuslasm heardt not another word But the following spring General Cockrell became Dhlfed States senator by th unanimous ot time Democrats of Missouri ITor five successive terms after Marjch 4f 1875 with never n Democratll vote against him ho was elected to the semV torahlp the first political office tie ever laid No senator from ills state sur passed his record In length of years aud none equaled it save Thomas Hart Benton the great Mlssourlan Walter Williams In The World Toddy Dry Clearingr r White cornmeal Is excellent to dry clean white or any delicate shade of woolen goals also for cleaning knitted and crochet articles Place the orcl to be cleaned In largo receptacle and cover with cornmcal or flour add one half n pound of powdered borax use the same movement us In washing with water shako well and brush thoroughly In time own air Ucpet the process If necessaryLeather Covered Chairs JLeather covered chairs when lull and shabby looking may be greatly imprpv nvl In appeanince bby being Crushed over with time white of ail egg Beat up the White of nn egg until it Is n stiff froth Then dip Into It Apiece of old liven or other soft rag and rub the KJthcr weI but without using too osuch force The article tntist then bo left until dry Tea Leaves Let old tea leaves gather for a Jew ays then soak In water In a tin put for halt an hour strtiin through a slovs nUll use liquor for cleaning varnished paint IU makes It look like new But do not us on unvarnished paint It cleans windowsJ mlrrprs and oilcloth and the leaves squeezed dry are flesh able to scatter over a cnrpetbbefore sweeping Uiuericeiiex Tomatot Savoe Where one housewife wants tomato sauce In n hurry and has no tomatoes fresh or canned nt hand she simply takes a few spoonfuls of catchup re minces It with hot water thickens It slightly with flour and there she Is with her sauce re dy in five minute limeDontget the white enamel fever It lastrl t long and When you have all the odd ItseI vogue Is ovut you will regret It T6 easily thread a needle with woe- steelt take a scrap of cotton batting and tweet itt with tlie end otyveer worsted asItsllpf thr tile 16eeJlo jiQ TeaekIt 7yewc girl IMW tto cook asap K tlil4ee iFat tthglltcxen reaeiorayr iml- lIW1will+ mriYyin t r jkfr EaW4cti Alsiy j i firkthlre fatter When You Buy Spoons knives forks etc buy reliable snails even if they do cott n name snore They are worth the difference IIf 1847 ROGERS BROS is the sttnp Ht iesureagehuleexoatm quality aitocs tot wear Sold by 1eiwlnij dealers everywhere For Catalogue Cl addrest 1tthe makers htMMI Sltwr Ce MetlMn Cer PAPOOSE POPCOTN A JJew eed DUeovery ibr 01IAGEE POULTRY PI N A naAgrlcultutbtd t litNorthwestTexasmcntlng with It seven years to wrote that paper WIll gor JDftromt acre and planted thick lend c mxioicedthing I ever saw Titer dlan said poultry fed OIl never have the cholera S 1notsince IlbnvoI bhSert raising It FlabaUcrel lt ltllafewfor a 3 months trial eubicrlp tlon to 8outnen Agrlcultur t39 C P ildg Nashville TIsnn and you will set 100 seed li revi turn mail also detail off t30 prize aeedCfowlBc contest M YPI ZoCT CIl1 aa Cilt1l0lJ rt Take LAXAT Vh BROMG QUIN INJJ tablets Alt nrwgphttal hot dol r the toner if it ffaisiM io par Bv Groves slenatjrtkyo eeh bex LLKP r ii 1iI1 LjLOIRECTOR iCENSEMBAlMER tIErHON- Ey1QNfQHT7 SPBIKGF1ELD KT e Y U t UauIio T DO c 1 u JjL ALLEN Depot GHTAK llTRU1S- dd Furniture Moved ythin h in the hauling one carefully and at blerratesra t RHONE 22 oad Schedule g is the time schedule c t BardstownSPrhigtield Np 411Leayes Louisville at 10 pm Bardstown Junction 802 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pra No 42 Leaves Springfield at B 0m BaTOstpwn 6l7am Bard own Junction 705 am rriye6 at Lpuisyille 755 am NfjjLA Leaves Louisville att 3T5v a Bardstown Junction i BardstPwn 111 5 am t Springfield 1240 pm- KfMU Leaves Springfield a l20pjirl Bard8town 2so pm- ifkiWu notion 485 pm atLouisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves TinKtield at 715 a m Bards ftS am Bardstown Junction arrives at Louisville fTunday f only LeaveIri dlle at 6pm Burdbtown fi55Jr pm Barns town arrives att Springfield r Our omachZtl rvou I Hath Z d l catarrli Indigestion KOJ jcwrM Ihaitestlon This new disc ov Wyy r tessnts the natural Juices pdfear t exist In stomach ttMY f healthy elfRli with tthe ir stast known tonic ssi NtltCtlY8 properties KOdo1 Dys MMke Curs does not only cure in4lf Mtton remedaor117ai stomach troubled byctcannc ivtfyinf awettsning and ftrencthenlnf MTMoottsn e nbranes lining the stomach Mr ss of IUwi II WValfs l titw lel With Ida stomachh for tJrear K M 4 IM Ma w art non uateft ttk milk ii Whet Yen let 1ttiMO i ss WIN 214 PNNth t else It pnrw i OTT N141iAllfa tiwr- r t u lle Y n 2uaMayes Jr h1s8YOllng BlaokBerk ThorouYhbredaad boari for sale pedigreed Pure open kettle New Orleans Molasses 60c a gallon Also Sorghum a J A Shader Telephone your wants to Car penter V butcher shop and liavo Your order ddelivered r promptly WNTEDTo buy a lot off ggood locust posts LuthorA Burns I have 100 bushels off good o chard grass seed for sale x Wz A Clements 9TottI SALETwo good tthree year old jacks Geo W Fenwick Postum Cerejil Mothers Oats Uncle Jerrys Buckwheat and Pure Maple Syrup attJ Av SbadersiiiIfext Monday wilt be the open lingqayof the regular February It Court terihof tthe Washington Circuit The regular Quarterly Meet infv ilLbehelilattheMethodist- ehurch this place on next Saturn day and Sunday Carpenter the bbbutcherr keep onjy the best meats Choice cuts off beef porkssausage e and oldd ham always on hand f The show which we mentioned Si Stebbins = last weekx as toJ appear hhas proven another false alarm and will not be seen here Iff you want beat beef that is killed by Swift CP go to FT Cox Co the local butchers Cox Co also handle oysters fishand dried beef Addis Settless daughter of Samuel Settles who r recently moved into the Pleasant Grove neighborhood died Monday of pneumonia and was burtodat Hillsborot tueSday FOUNDA pocket book con tainl some money Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advertised menteEA SMOTHERS Willisburg Ky Bishop fir W Clinton of theA aM E Zion church Will make his annual visit tp this places and willl preach at Johnsons chapell this Thursday evening at 8 p clock Everybody Is invited to at1Qildii W AnTIDTogiveawaY 5QOO yellow locust sprouts Wafran thrlftty RlF1 Rll Aingf countyr two pairs o ales l155 bands tbreeincheft high at f300 and 290 peY pairr Hugh Stiles also boughttof the seine prtyo nice pair of mules for 285 James Henry the little ten qe arold onof EG Eubank who has been living in town but a short time died Sunday nightt IllnessfAstbefamily i stitute circumstances a collection was taken up among ttjie aiEixensooff arlawn tt l reCOri1dUBaptist church oil Monday after noonMr Eubank requests us to thank the people of SprigP field for their kindness on this occasion d2a3 tter of Mr and Mrs S C Van jArsdale died att the home of her patents in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood on Monday ntorn in after rplieumoqJaf jr been an invalid nearlyyI ofjierie life and seldom took parxin the pleasures that fall tothe lot o over young folks Those whpm she was thfovf h in withI testimonys to or character SdS hewasa gr tly beloved and cherishedd mdfq the ifamily aria the be roe ed parent and brothers and sisters have the sympathy of the lOped0 a uubap made him a very successful cp 3Fiimercial salesman for u gain of years His was a reckles and erratic nature however and he fell into bad habits which eventually accomplished his ruin Mr Booker was married to the daughter of Mr A D Hunt a weathy banker of Louisville Two daughters were the result off that union The husband and wife after several years dis agreedjiahd separated and sinice inIt at Springileldd some fifteen years ago and engaginggil the tobacco business Mrs John M Robinson of Louisville tt sister is tthe only nK manning member of the BBjjoltero bed sides PaulJ whoxhave died were Mrs Miles sunders Mrs Eliza Cornwa and Mack Booker who waskmedle l in a desperate handtp4iand duel during the oldri being Pen Palmer vftipwasalsp killed in the fight Qh3 O Q Mrs Lena Sutherland sister of Mr G P Carpenter and daughter off the lath George verdictaof 3000 in her damage suit against Lee Sutherland a promi nent farmer Of Mercerrcounty and father of Cleveland Sulher I 1 = Itt ITSEASY r J I To seef whvttolli Trade has doubled 1 People have found that we will not sell = cheap adulterated drugs Thatt our treatment is generous In filling pre x criptidns weiealiziBthatr in mostCeases life depend upon the material which is put in them and that we should and do give them just What the doctor Icalls forV I fr I I Substitution is Prohibited Jn our StoreI I J I AskYour Physician about it I f 11 it tiAYQONS Establishedt PHARMACYwP r + mJ it SundayinMr Andrew OU lngham was in LouisviUeyestordaY MiT John Buster of Harrodss burg was here last week Miss Mar ibiis visiting in Louisville this week Miss RenaJXanUqy has returned from a viri7vtb relatives in Lex lido yGjeorjje Robertson attended on euchre party given in Lebanon last night Miss fusioPenrtspent Thursday and Friday of lasti week iin Louisville Mrs J CT HosUinson has gone to Hardin county ffpr a i hortVisillto relatives Miss Veola Browne has returned from a visit to relatives in Bloomfield Mrs Sallie Himms and little thfirstMiss Margaret Hagan enter ltamed the TiDuchret Club at her home last evening Mrs John R Mahon of Leb anon visiteddher parents Mr andd rsEJ S Majes Mr Roert Offutt of tthe Cur rier Journal l was Jn town Tues day on Businessi i MrsJ RDurrett of Bloom daughteriMrst Miss Lizzie Bosley and Mrs C IF ownjwithis visiting her sister Miss Beitie ravine of this place this week Miss Jennie Redding spentt Saturday and Sunday with Mr John Browns family tear Leb anon1 Mrs W 0 Vaught of Vtr sallies is expected here Friday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs S R Gray Mr Sanford VanArsuale or OwenS oro was hhere the first off the week to attend the ffuneraiof t ills sister Miss Ardte Dr Price W Wells has returned from a trip to Arkansass wjmre he went Earths b nafitoff his health Mr D Merchendoif of Louis villa asa guest at the home tiPfr Mr Geo E Medley last Satur day night Miss Sadie Mages entectaihh4jd tthe ypciil h 1 cOlub atthherrAJvpmef W 0 b iing for the Sunn sek boyswhen writetnatprospeofsTheir ttheirt prove ne ficial to them LaterrSince the hascomeback The hQ ltband fragrance and strength of the eat areooUdensedyery tnai aUKldncyj dlscasesjj xheumaUsuipineulea Itemormacyn Notice To Deitors Theffirm Alleh Jones coal MrsJones purchasing Mr Allens in Wrest all persons who are in requeJtedtoPnMr Allen at the depotor Mr Tones at his place of business Give thjs matter your immediate aterifionn ALLEN JONES I will continue the business at respectfullysolicitpeo pie1 promising fair treatment When you want coal pphone me and your order will be given im raediateattentiorid M H JONES Notice III d foriIf particulars apply to the undersign d Laupenter4tt YYourr BRepairing SoUcited1 d sShopopo Oppositee Opera Honffec And I am prepared to do aU kinds bt repairing on Boots and Shoes Machines Umbrellas fLocks and Gun Furniture re It paired and Upholstered Scis sors Ratsors and KnIves sbnr peuedf Saw tiling indAofrI work tn the repairing Hues Wore guarluteadt GEO IBI tE tt received our ent of Mens Hat3 in newest Spring Styles 33and1 Shades and can feruthfbUy t33say that ithas never been our E IttJ pleasure to show a morett I NOBBY iINEi t W6 cut your name in tlesJVeat bband and you are protected against I i the Fellow that picks ttp the wrong tt hhatt tI l 3 e 3 Gett in line and come yjill and get ron 3 of these up totheMinijte Hats r I E IiiI t I Robertson Bros i 3 f111 Itrm tMftj It 1 nrr t ftMt1til1M M r jpEE3 331 HH3HHEH am U 8B Anofner Chance l mFcrBrrr Hunters tJ We have left in stock only about bo Overcoats which we have bbeen selling at from 9 to 20 J which we will let go now at J I 333 13 Per Genff Off0ff For GGasrvjim t Ii a TThesecut on other clothing for cash buyers i wish to remind our customers that our stock gradually filling up with IIw rn New Spring GoodsG d IMI VI andtoe will offerr this season a complete stocks ft of attractive Dry Goods Notions etc r Mk 4 Grnndy Claybroote Mcjtire = a EEDE a lAyers Pills Want your mmtitclte or beard ltraiMtlhtir w11 fcFck4k uSe tblswhartheYtires i constipation biliousness sickheidache WsXSSzi rt BUCKINGHAMS DYE ft ii RT cp wr esstt us s e xu aHOUVtx o ogrSm tick Pins Mono rim Hat Pins for 75 cents including pour monogram Shirt1 Waistf Sets newest Style Neck Chains the llatest fadd ash Pins of Sterling Silver only SiI each t takes ho lrY1ff8f t w ff8 t iever this season and to supply the demand mI1titt on the most m e Line of Artistic Jewelryww- i y I i 1AS ld b se b 1 Watches Gold Watches Gold Filled Watches Ladiess Chath t ellanei Watches See the Newest Thing A Ladies Combination Chatelaine Fob andIPin talLodd CANNOTG TELL MilIT Io t to ourstore will well repayy you iif you are an ftlbe if showli- I Im Ed M Russells II poito1rIc e Btulldlnft uJewelry Stbrev I i t a i i L reco beit Counties Lincoln was a large an- is both counties and at his deathI all of his property toI ordIinh v genituro which still prevailed at that time the two younger sons Josiah and Thomas were loftt without a share in the fa- therss estate Thomas the Yyoungest learned the carpenter s trade under Richard Berry and also llearned to love his employ ers ward and Deice Nancy Hanks The Marriage The marriage of Thomas Lin coin tQ Nancy Hanks occurred d June llgth 18CO at the home off Richard Berry and Was somnize d by Roy Jesse Head a Methodist8 st minister whose certificate df the marriage with others fro April 28th l1800tO Juried8 1806 is in the County Clerks office nose Also the marriage bpadd Which Isas follow z Know all menbbby these pres ents that we Thomas Lincoln and Richard B rry ate held firm ly boundd unto his excellency theiiG overnorJor Kentuckyhiy i the just and full sum of tfifty pounds current motley to the payment of which well and truly tto be made to the said Governor and his successors we bind oat our d anIs ents sealed with our seals andd dated this 10th ddayyof June 180G The condition of the abovee obligation is such that whereas there Is a marriage shortly in tended between the above bound Thomas Lincoln and NancyY Hanks for which a license hass been issued Now if there b ao be lawful cause to obstruct the said marriage then this gills a i iniTHOMAS LINCOLN RICHARD BERRY Garden WitnessJohn Parrott Traditional cquntyq historyY alone would establish the Mfact ooff 7 ar at the a a friend and neighbor 0OF the Lincolns Be often told a lady who iis tteacherr ginplace that while Thomas Lincoln went ttpHardin county to make ppreparation tor his family5 reI l y i withibet oed bussband That besides the little girl then two years old there was a sixweeks old babe a boy and its name was Abraham After Thomas Lincolns return ffrom Hardin county Hardest v hhelped thet Lincoln familyY to neadn r Hodgenville and remembered the two children well Mr Hardesty also related these factss Bookerethesme factsit seems as reasonable tto claim Washington county as Lin Nardidn bounty After about two years resi dence near Hodgenville the lam ily again radyedd near where fe now New Haven on Knob Creek emnploY ed in the distillery of John cone Not bbeing content with aa home in Hardin county ro the year 181C the LincoioDo ffdmJyy emii granted to Indiana Spencerir county about fifteen miles from the Ohio River Lorth ward Tne country was densely wooded andd a roan had to bp cut through the0 forest by the emigrants a great part of the way from the riverr Their first house was an openface having only three sides the sfourth being left open for the camp tire and as a means of in gress and egress The nearest neighbors were three miles distant and as thele country was inhabited byy wildd beasts neighborly visits were few0 Death of Nancy Hanka lLincoln two years after the ssettlement t of the Lincolnss in Indiana MrsIs s with wheels made etlons of the Huge boles of ees the product of the saw ax and augur some on horseback others in wagons drawn by 9xen andsome came walking Standing at the foot of the grave with the canopy of Heaven above his head Elder Elkins liftedd his voice in prayer and song after which he preached acquaintancewith and hispleasant recollections f her Christian character and ex ofI aited her as the true type off noble womanhood The Grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln For sixtythree years the grave of Nancy Navies was unmarkedd save for a small stone slab withit h her name rudely cut upon it The first monument was placed to the grave 4n 1880 by the wealthy wagon manufacturer Clem Studebaker of South Bend The erection of this monumentt was the simple act of d fMendd who was desirous of perpetuating g the last resting place iinl tJtjiel memory of the people When the oldtnonuraent the grave of President Lincoln att Springfield Illll was razed andd replaced by a new one the con tractor presented the stone off the base of the oldl monument- sthe of Spencercounty to be used as a monument for tlie grave of Mrs Lincoln Thee Commissioners of Spencer coup ity purchased seventeen acres off land adjacent to the grave andd deeded it to the Monument Asso ciation which had been formed The acre immediately surrounding the grave belongs to thee United States Thomas Lincoln having deeded it back to thej government in part consider a etion for anothertract of land eFrom the stone of the martyred Lincolns monument wassi handsome e design but simple as the life offt marksdIt was dedicated October 1stt ancdeathd f Ameriti parents werer3 iitizens of Washington countyY MeJcThe first taper jiil lilahCraigTheT e first apple seed were plan ted hin McrcercountYhYr members of the McAfee Company in 1715 Dr Walker and his companions planted the first peach seeds and raisedd the first crop of corn cultivated by white men near Bar abbbourVillein1750 Thee first wagon of which his tory gives an account was run over Smiths wagon road from Lexington to Mayesvilie In 1783 fbbby a man named Smith The first steamboat or model of one in the world was con structed uy John Fitch at Lex ington in 1785 The first railroad about onee mile in lengthwas built hbyY James A Skiles and Jacob Van Meter in 1832 The cars wereg drawn by horses The first horses were brought to the State in 1750 by Dr Wal ker the first cattle and hogs companeb The first lawyer in KentuckyY was JJohn Williams manager off tthe Transylvania Company dThe first Englishmen who visited Kentucky were those under Woodtowho iin 1654 explored the north ern boundary of the State viewnnyaI small band of fur traders who in 1673 traveled in canoes down the Mississippi as far assihe mouth of the Arkansas The first white native Ameri can to visit Kentucky was John Salting pf Virginia who in 17300 wits carried as a prisoner by the Indians through the State The first white woman tthatb t eversaw Kentucky was Mrs Mary Inge who in 1756 was carried as a prisoner by the InI liens to Big Bone Lick in Boone county The first Dutchmen to visit Kentucky were a small companyY OakSettlementThe first settlement of Frond men in the State way published It so Mr Tuesday for ix sville to sell his tobacco MAGNOLIA CflTfiiHefflOITt3 laCSP3eSOrillGof tLlfSrA Several yyears since ray lunga were it co badly affected that II1adI nuny hemorrhage a t writes Ai DhAkrofk Woodj IndhII took treatment with ecveralphyslclaaswithoutany benefit I then started to take ToleYsi Honey and Tar and my lungsl are now as sound as a bullet I recomoud it la advanced stages of lung trouble Poleya Honey and Tar stops the cough and heats the lance dud prey vents cerious resultsfrom a cold Rc Wood4Wells THAT DISTANT HILL YounNever climb a hilt until you get to It advlies a writer in Medical Talk For the Home We remember children that In riding through the country wo had a dread of high hills slow ofton we saw far ahead of us on the road a formidable looking hill How high and rough mid steep it looked and how we feared iti How hard It would be fur tho horse to carry us up such a l We were sure he would slip and full and maybe upset the carriage and so with the greatest apprehension we would approach the dreadful lull But how surprised we were as we camp neater to find the hill receding growing flatter and really not a hill atall whQux we reached the point that seemed so high and craggy dpd dangerous So ltIiss With manyOtJlfcspperplexi ties How darkly they looTnD4beforo usl What a black pall they sspt around us But when we get close up to them they have vanished entirely We spelt so much of life In fear anti beautifulnmoments that arc ours and spoil them by dreading the moments of the ftu turn with which we lhave nothing to do We ride over the nice level country forgetting its beaut nnmlndful of its delight dreading the hill that never comes i ro Make Her Turn iUrn Fondmar Doctor my daughter sits and gazes into that mirror for thours at a time I cant get her io toke exercise Dr Bruff Well Ipre scribe another mirror at the other end of the room Chicago Journal Eeur Money What are you thinking so hard about I was lust trying to figure out the percentage of Erich people there vouKl be in the worldie if fault finding paid ChlcagoRecottTHerald A1y When a man wears his piety as8 an ifir JJ1- ernamlnt uta you IJrI can depend QIl l dDti 4 welcomed tne ltrr pprr iHttirpHSkt ttaDdaafter abuty luncheon thet three glided off through the fforestt as nolaeleasly they hhad come After attiring walk of an hourr and more they came to the clearing am- tt were duly concealed In the hut Noorjmei the keeper told the ladles ex cept Paul knew of thclrppresence hlu the little wooden housesThe arrange luenfif of the bCat bad been slightly altered at tbellast moment after tho buntelsl bad separated The keeper r lighted a small fire and shyly attended td the ladles removing their snow shoes with his clumsy fingers Ho closed the door and arranged a branch of larch across the window so that they could stand near it without being seen Tbcyhhadddnot beetb there IQngbbe fore De Chauxvilie appeared He mob ed qquicklyi across the clearing skim ming over tthe snow with tong sweep ing strides Two keepers followed him and after having shown him the rough 1lading place prepared for him ulicntjyl withdrewvtQ their places Soon ICnrlSStelmuctz came from another dil reetloij andtook up his position ra- therFnenrer to the hut Inno thicket of pine rt onk lip was8oniy twenty wat from the refuge where the jvcre concealed not longJ before Paul came qultfe alone and suddenly ap at the furf r end of the clearing in very truth a mighty hunter stnm1- JngJ1carlysevel feet on his snowshoes One rifle bo carried In his hand anoth er slung across his bbackk From his attitude Itt was apparent that he witss listening It waS proba theldistant howl of a woltttold hiss prac f treed ears bow near the beaters were He presently 3npvcd across to where De Cbauxvilhwas a hllldeti spoke some o of advlcc or warning to lmund pointed with his gloved hand r Ip the direction whence theegame might be expected to come t It ssubsequentlyyy transpired that Paul was asking Djo phauxvllle the where about of SSteinmetzt who had gained his place of concealment unobserved by t eitherr Do Chauxvillc could give him no information and Paul went awtfy to his post dls8aUsfiedl Karl Stein mctz must have seen them Ho must 4bnvo ddivined the sull ectdff their con versatwn but ho remained hidden and gave no sign Paul4iiiipost was behind a fallen tree and the watchers In the hut could sec him while he was completely hidden from any nnlmal that might enter the t open clearing from the far cndfioy turned and looked hard at the hut but the larch branch across the window ef fectually prevented him from discov I erlag whether any one was bbehind it 5 or not t Thou suddenly the keeper gave a lit 4lay tie nruut dad ilfbeiij tipP his baud listen t Jag with lJpart r and eeager eyes f There wasjAMMIpttipund of break Jt ing brsncbjjfi Sckling underwood They couMCiee Paul cautiously rise attitudeff a f They followed tUpt dJrcc t19U gaze and before tifem the monarch of these forests sjxwd1 In clumsy mlgjitIt A bbear bad ilia to the edge or t clear r UOtlIrt trees r J f r ana the fumes e powderr v In 4 flash theyt were put of the open dear and there again with the sud denness of a panorama they saw an other picture Paul kneeling In the mid dleoof the clearing taking careful alai int the retreating form oft the first bear They saw tlmo puff of blue smoke rise irons his rifle they heard the sharp re Import and the bbear rolled over on its face S Steinmetz and the keeper were walk tug toward Piul Claude deeCbaux vllle standing outside his screen of brushwood vas staring with wide fear stricken eyes at the hut which he had thought empty He did not know that there were three people behind him watching blmWhnt had they seen Wlmt had they understoodxx ICntrlnD and Maggie ran toward Paul on snowshoes and made short work of tthe Intervening distance Paul hhadd risen to his feet His face wds grave There was a singular gleam In his eyes which was not gleam of mere excitement such as the chase brings Into nomo mens eyes Stclnmetz looked nt him arid said rittthlng Tot a moment Paul stood etlli He looked nround him noting with experiencede 1 glance the lay of the whole Incident the dead form of tho bear ten yards behind his late biding place 180 yards from the but 100 yards from tho spot whence Karl Stein nietz had sent his unerring bullet through the bears brain Paul saw it allll He measured the distances Ho cIat De Chauxville standing white faced at his post not fifty yards from the carcass of the ssecond bear Paul seemed to see no one but De Chauxville He went straight toward him and the whole party followed In breathless suspense Stelnmctz was nearestto him watching with his keen quiett eyes Paul went up to De Chauxville and took the rifle from his hhands He open ed tho breech mid looked into the barrels They were glean The rifle had not been fired oft He gave a littleelnmh of contempt and throwing Uhe rliie lilt De Chaux vllles feet turned abruptly away It was Catrina who spoke If you lhindd killed bimshe said Itft would have killed you tciumctz picked up the rifle closed time breech and handed It to De Chaux ville with a queer smile- CHAPTER XXVIII W HEN the Osterno party reach ed home that same evening the starosta was waiting to see Steinmetzt IDs news Was such thatStelnmetzt sent for Paul and the three luen went togetUer to the lit tle room beyond the smoking room in the old part of the castle Well split Paulo wl h the uncon sciouss hauteur which made him a prince I to these peoplerWho starpsta spread out his bands Xour excellency he answeredT I am afraid there Is something In the village semethlng in the wbole coup try I know not whatt itt Is It Is a teelingone cannot 8see itItOt10 cannot define It Butf it Is there like the gleam oft water ajt the Qto11otnddeepp well The moujlks are getting dangerl busb JEllqY will not seal to tap t l ff I man And some out behind urging him to alien YOu need not be afraid oft Paul II tell no tales and I why do you come naked a voice in the background Some one pays you Who hilt 16b Tula said Paulwithout look fag up You are there areyou The great Tula There is a fitworking sober than my little fathers who nev er beats his wife and never drinks and never borrows lmoney1 There was a little laugh But Paul Who knew these people was quite alive to the difference of feeling toward him i ltTheystlJ1 accepted hls care his help Ills medicine but they were be glnningto doubt him There Is yourr own prince he went t l h hanlllhwhen there is real distress Ali ominous silence greeted this ob s rvntiou Paul raised his head and looked round In the dim light of the two smoky lamps ho sawnr1pJo otwlld anillhnlranill i with faces utItcrutI tudev in tile hearts of these people And Paul had worked amongthein for yyears The sight would have been heartbreaking had Paul Howard Alex is been the sort of man to admit the possibility ota broken heart AH that he had douched been frustrated bby the wall of heartless bureaucracy against which he had pitched his single strength There was no visible prog rose Paul knew that this little rqom was only a specimen of the whole of Rus sia Each of these poor ppeasants repre semted a million equally hopeless equally powerless to contend with na Impossible taxation lie could not give them money because tie tax collector hull them all under his thumb and would exact the last kopccicv The question was tar above his single handed reach and ho did stet dare to meet it openly and seek the assistance of the feWcllow nobles who faced tthe position without fear Ho could not sco Jp tho brutal faces before him one spark of intelligence ono little gleam of independence nmll self rrespect winch could be attributed to his endeavor which tlurrnost san gulnoi construction could take as rre suiting from his time and money given to u h pelesscause f Well he said Have you nothing to tell me of your prince YQU know him answered the man who bad spoken tram the safe back d II him tellfoaI the man whose hand was= now bandaged will do Keep clean and sober ffyouitt will hheal Opt drunk and go dirty nnd you will die Do you un derstand IvanlJJvanoyltcUu i 11heman grunted sullenly and movedd place to a woman with a bbbaby 1ftq herr firms 1T himdAh Just wider Yes you lint j mpat there You lime= c had diphtheria So you would kick his hhead to Plec Why esI governmentspyIti will not bee for long There is a time coming 0I Ahhi What sort of a time l6w you must ttake this to the starosta He will give you a botUelt Is not to drink it Is to wishb v01 rt11mlwltJi IJ Every Tw Minutes Physicians tell us that all the bbloodd inn healthy human body Passes throu gg- the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole JodYsuffers Poor health ffollows poor blood J Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTT EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood IItt is partly digested bbefore iitt enters the stom4cha double advan tage iin this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amdunt of good with the least pos sible efort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for bbetter takes place even theII ffire you expect it a 10Uiample Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap per of eyerjr bottle of Emulsion you buy ScoTT BOWNE Chernhtt 409 Pearl StvNYti i pects the Sea himself deso t ucarfng that the prince had guile out with Herr Stelnmetz in a sleigh to a distant corner pf the cs tute My horses nfl st rest said tho lFrenchman calmjjy taking off his fur gloves Perhaps the princess will seeo Imo llA tfew minutes later he was shown the morning room Did I See Mile Delafleld on snowshoes in the forest as I came tilong1 De Chauxville asked the servant In perfect Russian before the ulan left the rqom Doubtless excellency She went putt oil her snowshoess half an hour ago When Etta openedd the door a minute eaklnglThere P Well said the princess acknowledging his salutation Do Chauxville raised his e ebrowsI with the resigned surprise of to whom np feminine humor is new He brought forward a chair Wlllyyouu sttlip said with exng gcraftcdjcourtesy I have much to say to you I have the good fortune to find you alone SSo you have Informed me she plied coldly De Chauxville leaned against the mantelpiece and looked downnatt her thoughtfully A At the bear hunt tthe other day I Jmii tin lyisfortunc tto wellil to full out w prince We were not quite at Rea question of etiquette lIe thought that I ought to have fired I did not fire I was not ready it ap pears that tlrtvprlncc considered him self to be Inidhnger He was ucrvoiis flurried You are uJtl always artistic in your uutrutljs interrupted Etta I know nothing of the Incident to which you refer but In lying you ahoukl always1 endeavor to be consistent I am sure Paul was not nervous or flurried DC Chauxville smiled imperturbably Ills end calls gained Etta obviously knew noting oft his attempt to ilrurilr r Paul at the bear hunt It was nothing ho went on We did not como to words But we bhave never been much in sympathy The coldness is Intensified that is all So I took the opportunity pf calling when I knew he was away awayII I am credited with IEttn gave n little laugh and shrugged her shoulders IYo do not care ffor sternoisug gested Do Chnuxvllle I hate IU Precisely and I am hero to help you to get away from Russia once for nil Ah you may shukoyour head Some lay perhaps I shajl succcpd In convlnc Ing you that I have only your interests jat heart II amhhere princess tot make a little arrangement with youn final arrangement I hope t Ho paused looking at her with a sudden gleam 1in his eyes Not the last of all ho added In different tonetwll mnk hu onsevcn tpp udstho Span hd so often ggave the ssacred o tho unhallowed object Here not guilty IIf ere mastered by rm ana beauty and oiled by tho helming subtle life of Ithe f ered Lagubo del Espiritu San Christening the Caloosas Lake oft tisweet Water bby Its new name litho Lake of the Holy SplrlfVCen turyIAn Italian Audience J d oflthist because Off its amusing picture of the free and easiness of Italian actors and audiences Tlieiuost exquisite part of the theater was the audience They shouted screamed and mingled then grnmfielIlaMeantime the most amiable fameII iarity subsisted between thatpart of tho1pertho1 1011loncellot tevcrina in the boxes PUll the lady In the stage box blow out tho lamplight ors candle as often as he attempted to light Itt to tho Infinite amusement of tho audience who loudly applauded her dexterity With an economy July practiced at Romp by nil classes the musicians when they hind done playing between the several acts cxtlnguiscd their can dies put them in their pockets and jolliedt the audience In the front of the house Exchange The Flrxt RuIliT y Gauge An Interesting story was toULby oneo of George Stephensons biographers relating how the great engineer came to adopt the four foot eight and a half Inch gauge for his railways Some time previous to the building of his Newcastle and Carlisle railway Ste phcnson an opportunity ot inspecting sprtie portion of nn old Roman wall through which the chariots used ttd b b tbeIllstafice apart to be as near us posslble tour feet right and n Inilf Inches Ste phcnson thereupon canto to tho coucm sion that if n World power like the- Romnanshals made such use of the measure for Its chariots he lcould not be Wrong In adopting tthose measurements as wltfoilHs railway The Exclumujloii 1olnt The exclamation point In convcrsa tlon or In life betrays emotionaf lack of balance und waste of energy Poise reserves Itself for tthe right occasion and emphaszes Important things with out the need of exclamation In other words it saves Its owner from mince essnry words or itets und prepares her for necessary ones Unless one lijivo attn Iir life poise Is never really attain ed It is not mere repose It is the col lecting nnd balancing of ones forces A well known modern doctor asserts that n woman with n perfect bodily carriages always notJ1J tforl exception al power either luvirtal or physical but generally bothr If this is true of bbodi- ly poise vt lint power inust conic from the right poise and aim of the whole nature Harpers Bazar oAu OhHtlnntv Lnnntlc- IfIf Leroy M Taylor of Washington who devoted many years to time study pf insanity used to sat that tlia luvtooi 0Aj re Harper rs11uf u Harpers weekly Haxper s Bazar- ii American A gr Special rates given above which will Be made kno i a Pub NEWS dS t me ownlincyy or insanity vas what In terested piim most in cot meetion with the subject Ho once knew nn lildano cliemlfitt who Insisted dint he was deadd Dr Taylor argued long and holy nnd finally 88aldNow you as d chciulHtt know that If you are lend you cannot bleed Will you let vie cut you lightly by way of experiment The monoma niac agreed amid of course when nil in cision was umde in his arm blood flowed instantly Tlier sBiid Dr Tay lor tlmt proves tInt you are not dead Oh no was the confident reply It merely shows that dent laen can bluedll Diamond Previous to the discovery cf tho Bra tilinn mines in 1727 diamonds were found chiefly In India nUll Borneo Tfhc most valuable Brazilian diamond was the Southern Star found In 1854 which weighed 254 carats In the rough and 124 carats after cutting The South African dlnnhondnashot t equal Ihc 1ltrn Lilian forpurlti un nvcra er 4ltitiI countries whoix dlaiujXida ore known are the United Stated British Guhtiia llussln China Sumatra and Australia In the United States the stone are found only occasionally In alluvial ma terial and drift The great lakes re Kion is one iif the districts idn Which they are found Owing to too peculiar circular or oval form of the deposits in which cdiamonds are discovered Jn South Africa It is con sidcriHl tliut these deposits mark time VentH or pipes of ancient volcanoes and Is therefore considered that the pres lit of diamonds Is tonneetctl with volt canic activity time stones either having lion brought up from Otime Interior of the earth orhavlng been formed where found underl tie lItntluence of molten l rock In connection with tmrbonnccouss shale r u Irt The lLast Clintiter Rho shook her head Xo she said smithy but firml1lrcinnot trust you YVih n groiuof despair be sprang to UlS feet Gootluy forever ho muttered Ill hot lI can timid n landlady that will I dont have to board here you know In another minute he hud gone carrying hIs trunk with him Cleveland Leader Close to Ua What are the things that touch us most as we look bade through the ytarsJ askedl a lecturer Impressively There was a moments pause and then a small boy in the audience an swered Our clothes r Uendhu lUna Oil So you wish to marry my daughterr Can you Ifsupport n family u No air but I an supportr yyour ddaughter itouston Post er tJR CALDtNCITiU- 9RUP pepsiCURES IMP4CiTIQN PAP rORAGA iAgriciJ nal North month wrote groum from Sere stalk feed r thing dean e never not since alstt i tlclo nquest few for a thou C an turn mail also del prize seedgrowing con- IIIIBerb1lrI tUcenkn litqua makers Internatlea Pineulcs is ccvcry pat up ii care for nil Kidneyiii diseaseSjand ever form of nhctt Pincules relieve Backache and JKIdue spain permanently If you n etkitlieh- a remedy IcttiB shoryou this w rider J fat Pineulcs Sold by Haldons PI mucyNNI 5am- d 1240 jrnEdflD 45 pm 45m I avesrds a d- a d1IZljkei keiej8 list i ol get your oysters at F fcCo They keep the o pf the bargains on fOe counters at Hagan I cheeefromusonceto M f of OlclgHonestyl ujw noother Jfpr Shader counter in center 11 good on it at lOc npbellL best Free de me 95 i Jr has 8 young hire boars for sale ed and pedigreed uU are going to buy awash g machine get our- prices and ja out machines at Campbells Qdh fruits and vegetables re- cejd daily Fresh celery at all Uiii O WHagan IIare open kettle NewQrleans awes 60c a gallon Also hum J A Shader neyourwatits to Car cher shop and havo o delivered4promptTy Iba1c8ushels ofgood or for sale A Clements pay the higha producecWHieanL 13oW Jft good three lyesriu eo W Fenwick If you want to get the top price for your bIdi and tallow take tbat4Fr Cox Co the batcher ostum Cereal Mothers Oats JA Jerrys Buckwheat and 4 Syrup at J A withontjieaith V health Its C W Hagan er keepsl Joe cuts Je and old tidat a re ry low me to buy et higber r u of Interest d LatJI Pius HIM at It Cltm Ust bf- ephoe InIo- En 8t tj11 that Jomiuie Wata ccorad nun fettle by ts fcliirig of a Ort1on ct ti1tat brick wall bichengainng down The mtn only vied ewulhs Se was ai ateadngigro an4l- w Roaefarm r25eat t Of COld 4 Uo atail ros j car aigtr t Camp e k aboutaIDotttakmy word ap Hagan I need a ugchairorbedre py need in the moor I have it nd your goods a at oqce C W A reliable white do general housework of three Middle aged ci No wasiiing or iron r ISAAC CUEY I For good sorghum new or- leans molasses go to 0 W Hagan at 50c per gallon Also a few cans of maple syrup left that will go at cost WANTED A first classtobacco tenant Must come well rec omended No other need apply TURNER DERRINGER Valley Hill Ky- Nearly very merchant in the county appeared before the grand jury this week to testify about Buying oil fronfthe Standard Oil Co wagon This is the time of the year that we all need a Tonic why not get the best why not get the one that is sold ion a positive gulr nte on k it iit fails to dO represented CW Hagan agent Wanda the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Theo Campbell was badly scalded yesterday aftejnpon The nurse had left a pan of hot water on the floor and the little one fell in it scald ing her back quite badly The injuries are painful though not dangerous 8 M ampbellauctioneerle Ballardion Feb 23rd in Marion county nearHoly Cross as being well at tended and every thing selling well Corn brought 60 12 cents per bushel hay solol by the stack at 8to 12 oats brought from 12 to 20 per stack one small heifer and calf 20 Bobt Bottom and Nevie Tay lor two young people from the mortheastern part of the county drugs here four pre ioai to MS X were married atTtlie county clerks office Tuesday ateriOn Vit Williams otihe BapfcHt church pcriorixMJL tboereniony Other srT liss l cub the ui1 C14H week wis to- Myi Ijit a4rlie Warj f 1L not in the Iauraic i usi flea but in tha Majfc3Ponicl busi nest Still I CMtlMtee this to 0ererythiiJJelhfit do Try i tfceii if itfails to do you good jjiit say so and your bill is pai4 Whit more can I say C W flagan agent 0c WAnTED TQ give away 5OOO yellow locui sjmQUts Wa rran 1f tow fflgrowersand th rjf li- lty i oroneyr uicled r A B Welker i ll Highland View Stock Farm R i FDNo1 H yhe price ofF hrs Malt is 3 every where andjust think lam selling it for 2 pwing to this immense cutwe are selling hun i dreds pleases each month NOWi is the time to buy today for to morrow never comes buy now 0 W Btagan agent FoRSALE House and lot intsuburbS of Springfield A good three room cottage and pne and a half acre of ground Fricei 800 A bargain For further particulars call on MgELBOY WIIARTONC Springfield JECy The storeroom on main street opposite the First National Bank is being fitted put for WT Leachmans new GentsFurnish ing Goods store Mr Leachman expects to be opened whthin a week with the most complete and uptodate line of goods every shbwn in Springfield and his new store should prove apopular one Dr Everett Hill pastor of the East Baptist church of Lou isville will speak at the Baptist church on next Tuesday evening at 730 Dr Bill is now under appointment of the Foreign Mission Board and in afew weeks will sail as a mjssionary to Italy All are very cordially invited to attend this service CourtDay Sales There was a good cxs d town on Monday and the h3C stock market was fairly active there being a good many offer ings Col B E Vhayne reports the following sales Milk cow and caif41 milk cow 35jsbc head of 950lb steers at 4 cents 6 yearling steers 380 per hun dred mare 163 blemished mule 35 horse 51 j aged horse 81 12year old horse 3325 buggy and harness 2250 buggy and harness 1850 phaeton 1750 road cart 1310 pair of 3year old mules 224 vS M Campbell made the following sales 1 mare 7250 cue old horse20 1 horse 369ne combined 63 earold horse 90 1 oid mare for Dr TJobards 50 I horse for Theo Campbell 65 j J mare for Clay Hays ot Bards town 76 1 horse J Pardue 67 1 horse J Pardue 40 1 wagon J Pardue 40 1 aged mule for Wilhite 8750 1 horse for Wil hite S50 1 horse Willie Hatchett 75 1 small mare 6150 1 old buggy and harness 52350 Coirt Opens The regular February term ot thc Washington Circuit Court opened here on Monday Judge I H Thurman presiding Owing to illness inthe family of Com monwealths Attorney Durham he was unable to attend and Mr A GOOD SPRING rC111 t PERRyg KOLACELERY14LTJ Js 7 IRON iIi iiI f Nerves and Regulates the 4 f Bowels iiiver und Kidneys I r rice1OO 4 It f babonzIatmac TALIHED 188 =u RYFTiJK = feW ateU ffHEL oki41NVjiBIZ BIEOOAL Pesntma1cey u 100ksOoJdI F rS1af EDM RUSSELLS br Store pripgfiiCy Hetiry S McElroy of Lebanon was appointed to act in iis stead during this term Judge 3nur man organized und instructed the grand jd1fyott Moildayi His instructions were quitpj vigorous and to the point fie pointed out a number of subjects to be investigated by the grand jury With a view to ascertaining iif the law had been violated The court instructed the grand jury tb investigate the business of tbe Standard Oil Co in respect tots peddling oil without license in this county and to indict that corporation in each case where the lav had been violated Tuesday court adjourned after calling the docket and yesterday time was taken up with dis posing of some small common wealth cases The following1 citizens corn pose the Grand JuryWL Granam Dave purtsinger Jas ReedSferingHungat Wll Mullican J bnp Buckman John Gammons Wii1i m Fitzgerald James Lowe W H Lay Gep T Majes H M ONan The following is the makeup for the Petit Jury John Gooie SpaldingJames Ben Smith Ed Cusick Luther A Burns R B Cregor SPi Chesser Marshal Keeling Dee Catlett G D Bodme James H Cregor D H Matherly F M Nally W E Ray Frank Montgomery Isaac J Carney John D Keeling Dee Riley Ed Donnelly John F Simms T W Ward Three Killed rrlwo freight trains on the L N ai1roded at a point twc itles abJ ebanon lester jtiy morning i three men in eludingl a firen aid engineer weref killed ana a fourth mai brfdly Hurt The wreck was caused by an engineer going to sleep and failing to side track al Rileys t FElRQONAU Mr and Mrs C C jMcChord are in Frankfort Miss Susan Irvine returned to Lgbanon yesterday James R Claybrooko was in Lebanon Sunday Mr PO Cleaver of Lebanon was in toWiv yesterday Mr and Mrs Lev Bgown of ouisyille are here this week Mr Stevie Thompson is con finedtoI hone with la grip Mrs C R McDowell of Dan villewas in town last Thursday Miss Buela Litsey has returned iromAa visit to friends in Laba non Mr R E Marks of Wopdlawn is visiting relatives here this week t Frank Peters of Lebanon is aV Judge I H Thurmans attending school Mrs A C McElroy has been sick for several days but is now improving Mrs Percy Young of Louis yule IS the guest of Mrs Walter Leachman Mrs Pol in Edeleri iisv visiting her siserMrs Frel Spaulding tBard town Miss Gertrude Stocker qf Bardstown is visiting Miss Myrtle Price t Messrs T D Wells and E S Mayes Jr were in Louisville Tuesday on business J Miss Adulade Keley of Louis ville is visiting Miss Althiare Medley ofthis placeu Mrs F R Hodapp visit i her mother and sister in Louisyihe Sunday and Monday Miss Myrtle Price will entef taih the young peoples euchre club this evening Mrs Alfred Dehoney of Leba nor was the guest of her sister Mrs S J Smock Tuesday cMrInd Mrj Fred Grigsby hMn returned from awisit Id Maple =Ulan Bloomfield Mr RtChrd Durbftm has been calhd to Campbellsville by 4he erjpns illntM ofhis father Misses Ida and Nannie Young a E ij haver returned from panille lifterjr i eiHiKittt Ynit to friends Miss Mnhie OibJurne I lft Fiid 1qf Shelbyl cou nty where site w1fviiirelaiivesandI friends Miss Luoi Selecman enter tinedier SCi lClub at lier homeion last Thursday eveningi8 Miss Rebecca McEIrpjr of Leb aiiprijlwas a guest at the Judge Thurman home the first of the weekIf Bryon Croake thefirst of the week Mrs Nellie Thurman left last Puesdayfor Somerset where she wIll engage iuttae millinery busii ness Mrs Walter LeacKman entertained a few friends Tuesday evening in honorof her visitor Mrs Young Miss Sallie May of Bardstown and Mrs Thomas McKee of Shelby ville are guests of Mrs M L D rretttMrs S BfThompson Jr has returned from aVIs to her mother in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood Miss Flora Mudd was hostess of the eight hand euchre club list Tuesday evening at her nome Oherry Hill Mrs Fannie Sheeley and Miss Bell Birch of OTUsburg visited atDr M W Hyatt V the latter past of last week Mr and Mrs James C Ohes cheir hZve have gone to Ft Scott Kan wherfe JMr tJiiescbier has a positionin a dry goods store Rev Miles Saunders of Beuchel attended the fonerafof Mr Paull Bcoker and visited friends here a few days last week The young folks stormed Miss Frances Martin last Friday evening with an impromptu tQYlr Evan Rogers who has been sick with Ja gripatrhis sisters Mrs Fred Hagan is very much fmproved and has gone home Mr J B Robertson has gone to Hot Springs Ark for the benefit of his health He has been suffering form rheumatism for some months Mr Wm Young pf this place lis visiting his daughters Misses Lula and Pearl Young of JSofif bVIMrs Laura PerrJ d daugh ter of Nevada w p have been visiting Mr and MrsJIV Bush for scme time left yester day morning for their home They will go by way of Washing ton city Mr and Mrs f Joe S Clay brooke returned last Friday night fromWashington City and other points east where they have been on their bridal tour They are boarding with Mrs Ragsdale on EastMainstreetf t Miss Mary Lewis was a guest of Mc and Mrs George Rv Long of Louisville at a dance given by them in honor of their daughter Miss Annie Hogsdom Long Jlast Friday evening at the Womans Club Miss Lewis has returried home Miss Margaret Hagan enerj tained the Young Peoples euchre club last Wednesday evening in a ch = ming manner The ladies prize a medallion was won by MissFannZe Smith The gen tlemans prize a tie byGbarley Haydon and Urn visitors prize a book was given to Dr George f Shaunty firm for SaleI Having gone into the merchan tile busiiiessi will offer for salq privately my farm situated near RUeys in Marion county nearhe Lebanon and Danville turnpike The farm contains 52 acres of landrail tillable with a house nod barn on it Has some tobacco land on it Will sell on reason able terms If not sold within a short tijne the farmwwill be or rent Addie iW R HOURIGAN 98 RUess Ky Oat ra1cimia Y rl flfl Chc8o During Novembor and Dece 1903 one fiftbof tha deaths In berJI York and Chicago were from pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals pnd strengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia so do not take chances OB a coldt wearing away when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure yqu quickly and prevent seriong MWiltir For sale byWogc1Wc11st One of Rings DIpi Tablei iter eating eye if you icn eat but little will digttt ttw litttejoudo eat and curd Imlifettlpn DyspepU Sour Stoauich Btlchinjf aad Weak Heart SoWbTHaydon Phanftacy jt YJ C c 4 ForC lands4 f AadRotWhSkiD IUSE J U J3 VQLeafl f r i It is Soothing and Healing Just thei 7 tbing to use after being out in the cold and youll never be annoyed with 4 Rough and Chappe Hands TRY A BOTTLE PRICE 25c 4 Woodfi Wells4 t 4 5 THE DRUGGISTS t Prescription fork our Specialty a j ip Peaples Deposit Bank il5PrUNGFIELD KY u ORGANIZED DECEMBER t88t L Capital 5OFOOO SUPluS and Prolit20000 Si i fiY QFFICERSGeo p Robertson President 1 HThurmarii Vicc ji est dentJ A Boulvrare ahier Chaa M J cCJbbdt sistautCashier HC Lee BookKeeper V 1DIRECTORSGeoD Kobertson I IL Thurman W I Graham G iil L Hay don J W Satterly Ti il Bfcinfqrd f Patrons enjoy every privilege usually extended by reliable arid v well equipped Banks Prospective depositors are invitedto wrtte or c call in person t 6itiJ4 jlliijijj Wlww WiWlWiwilWiliWEf aISome SeasrabTeL a I SuQesfions a Fijt we would suggest to the Ladies atthey call and see our New SprIng E 3 Line of Dress Goods White Goods Ern f 2 broideries Muslin Underwear Hbsieryv 3Etc IITo fhe Younor Men vi 1 jjn A look through our Furnishing E Goods l1nd Clothing Qepaitments i3 New line of Shoes now in transit will be 3 nere in a few days ti f t E a To fhe Farmers fI g That we have the best jot 1rQ bacco Canvass at the lowest r 9sLtQC be found anywhere r rtl I Bohertsort Bros l ftt J J 3m mm mm 0 i aiE UEHS3lm 17 lit IJ Another Chance m tf I For Jf i SAC have left iin stock only bout oii Ots It which we hi ve ibeen selling af front 9 to which we wiflet go now a- t3313fferCefOffror I i m G1These are special1 bargains We afe al Jnaktnt cuton other ciotMng for cash buyers J 7 I w f wish to remind our customers that our itock i f gtadi ally filling up with IIIIW NewL5pF1n 4 Go t f t fi j and we willoffer tilLs season a PeitLatdJc 1 of attractive Dry Goods Notions etcIGrndy Iiybrooke IcItire Jt Jr lAversPafe Want yotir moostmchcor beard abeautiiijIbroWa orrlckblack tlsO Vegetable liver pUls That U whtt they ire They enrol constipation bWousn siekhetdtclie jtBJCKINCHAMS mi 4 rw r 1 HENE LAADE I 1iL1JJ1I iijXI J i iIJmoNs tI4AT STILL IN GREAT IITMN 1sYiAvpgsw v Z == = t r csg J I Cb ra4P- a 4OHi C P Issis Away 4It I cuJtcetl otter day am afod 4t e SptMlf sl at a iMbBo police court in lft IwMI 1M wziId liMit rci I g J StIt aitrt wu ueelIR 1wst TM ipttLJe ked did a sacra iueHt shilling l r1oIJJnnothrf rt lAlUia iHHsp6n li r tit t W fee applicant explaiH li liN t tW tiliaja qwestioe was a certal Prf CWt tor flta l It bd We givent hereby her mother A wbe k4 Its tnril from her mothe ywho lkd let It aver 100 years ago from tiw eftergymisp her parfsh InI foe an ordinary shI1Hng rwkkki had already been Jlrst exchan t t for twelve p sjIes collected from t twelve The mahlensIJ tjctfns f JHHmA patients ntios MTtJHveB days iteUat straHge beliefs linger Ia I many out t the way corners qt Great J iritaln In Devonshire for instance the country folks still sake cramp rings out i et old csjin handle n4 bracelets A ijj faffed Mffct CBalU en Which suicides 4t Jsavej k4Ne1 1h oa elye are worn by fottty people and deemed singular icae4i Cfcimod belts are commoalyworn in IAIse ke ietthe care ef rtirasIsffi III Dttrbam a cenltobndthe loins la snppssed io ward eg toothache s Among the peasantry of Ro burgh ibire wet Who are nnralaf babies r wear round their nocks small cords et btoe wool Tfcoa art Mrsc removed smr ralib4 Wkttt ibe efeUd is weaned j tnkmcihis precaution tbey Imag iMrlmk tfcey iMvrr tbth betl t I eieYes ead tWr la dr4 iII that CdueaJ dAz esi4a are j1 = idOw Miu aMrtsugkter L aid ape eofc SRiIa proportion to their aM4qIT 7Yli nl Sufelk 1ft jfreCab nose bteedim- gf jf ilCFaar a skIa OC scarlet read y w 4 the ack tiedwith nbae knots l ue heat If tlw patleat Is a 1 1u Jt is MMfttial tkat the thread be ii ita aag tile kats tIM by a wocaaa f t wJC Iha patleut k a wo am then fcate a rtfc a 1tit b rendered by a ak 3wy ewiMs prcrlptions commoi biN 4kiaAye1otberObJe t 0 tfrjtrtranfcfcfonc of tke disease from tfeo patient ton of the lower animals- Yea example In Devonshire and in Eeefrtond alike whena chfld has whoop 1 ylnc eoMck someShairSis cut from Its 1iss4j pjnt between slices of bread and sttor and liven to a dog Then If 4btea Boating it should cough 1 a4 natnralifThe will the complaint i Wwi bevtranVf erred to the animal and the chHdVs l recover In Chuhhje it tis by no means ancom on for ayoung frog to be held for a t t Wu with its head inside the novttt oCa sufferet from thrush Int CiiimsiyjMH and throughout the north 1 t of Enfftaid generally a llvefish Is sub- stirntod for the frog Sometimes trees take the place of aai kTlnw a certain old oak at Borkhampstoad was long famous for the cute of ague The transferenc was simple but painful A lock 01 Jtalr was pegged into the wood and t 1iUlfllby it sudden wrench transferred from the bond of this patient to the tree t The Welsh peasantry cure toothache J by scarifying the gums with an iron iiullwhieh Is then driven up to tbe fiead in an elm tree and there left- They also profess to believe that a shrew mouse touched by a sick per and then pegged up alive in a fhol previously bored In an alder tree will carry oC the disease from the pa tient In many parts of England and Scotland a pLace ota mad dogs liver cooked and administered to the person the i animal has bitton is highly esteemedI na a preventive against hyd or tbo noart will be extracted drie4 TOT a Ire and administered a draft aftor having Meta flrst gaa te pow derIn Jtafordokire to nre cbosmnptldB an oft is Irst boiled hard then the sfceti is bored taU of holes and Itls brM in an ant heap the theory being that as the egg wastes so shall the patients complaint vanish and his strength Increase To curi warts the Lancashire people 1 i rub thesis with a piece of bacon stolen from a shop But it is essential that It be stolen Quite recently a well to do farmer was charged with the theft of a ham basher value twopence He pleaded that he had taken it to rub on a wart from which bis daughter suffered and- that It wou1d have been no good for his TNvritose had be iMuslit U ID 1b4 rc 1 HEALTH MY =We bace e4 i1tIov rIws yss wtWa tuJ biiefpi 1aethMa-la1lL beem for tst 1ftcUa of MM MUft4oeUriaIUelfM iMrty re4jr to make a person well 9iJAMEs JULL Jack 4- 4IIBeuee this great medicine relieve atomchmH15freeg ue- MRIUpatedbowels and mv1goc ttocpid liver and w- es4oDbcToR lMikiMei TIIJlHzia the OIM ThMj 3ackDrauht itbspt SisfTnr In tie hjicimetr1citJaell cads e M JmADnwirU Rri bill- oSasd7pI1aeoldacIiiIIsand bed blood headach- esass4ou colic t t cry ottc u1ftt 0IkIvtt TH DUCK rtf1News e8der NDfl1ER GMCU1TUR1SX 41lr AxaiUoYaIemTcau1tIMhnralevHefUM 1 11ssthbeot aM ctPIaUL eCdM r tt I JM jfigrmlT I U I TIlE PlEI118e ttttUl Wnortet 1M 1 VII1trC1i11 UtMIIcet t 1idutotevlueofttsIeacrIaa4Lflrab FREE AEoJAeascLTrnTIeptrt muooc lID JlMII M one M below ar r Mtt MtpaW1I1U Lmiai X kicvzTt7iuiTTzjLX BOOK art AratASAO 3eJMI TkU sreat Wed ta a CUtftM St fncrct and 3ves1s te the WWl Vorlia Y rhsl eui Complete- iMuMIAft ef M5aus 1rt sa 1Terr ul Jeeto T1ti7IflteCeet rrt1to AkrI cuNJ t aubs14 54eiis u4riessu ItissleGea el wtrISoe5MZUIM4 1I eMrrNsaH MCkmonth IHIWtJ et aewtbiMd ww e rom bV MreMie OSJM KM fuTNwz1axIevS O5FSPECIAL Offert NewsLeader 100 American Agriculturist Year Book and Almanac fc50 Our Price for 135 nary way THe magistrate dlscbarget him with a caution Spiders have always figured largely In the annals of folk medicine In west Sussex many an old doctor still in bad cases of jaundice a live spider rolled up in butter and swallowed as a pill The Glasgow workingmen make pills of spiders Web mixed with starch and believe them to be excellent In cases of agueIIn Norfolk when a child Is common house spider is tied up in aI nI piece of muslin and pinned over the mantelpiece and when the WIder dies the child will have recovered Jfrora his ailment In Worcestershire appears that a spider in a nutshell will ward off toothache If worn in a bag round tle neck Any one who is desirous of curing a eyes Is recomicendedJLn Aberdeen shire to catch a live frog and lick Its eyes with his tongue After this he has only to lick any diseased eye and a cure is effected The Wiltshire laborer wears the foreJegs of a mole and one of its hInd legs in a bag tied round his neck to secure him against rheumatism In- Northainptonsblre it is believed that a toad killed and hung ju a bag roupd the neck of a fever patient will a him speedy relief fIordII To crawl under a bramble formed a second root is whlchhnsI of Essex to tism boils and other complaints The arch must be complete In Aberdeenshlre when a man Is seized with epilepsy the neighbors burn his clothes on the spot where he fell bell vIng that the sufferer will thereby be made well i Another cure Is to bury a cockerel at the same spot A cake made of the heart of a white bound baked with meal is recommend ed In many of the southern shires as a certain remedy against convulsions In Staffordshire hanging an empty bottle up the chimney is thought a useful thing in cases of kidney trouble Tb cure colic in Cornwall the natives will advise you in all seriousness to stand on your head for a quarter of an hour This curious remedy by the way was the ordinary treatment applied formerly to people suffering from poison thV belief being that the deleterious substance would run out by the eyes A canons Irish cure for sore throat is to apply salt herring to the feet In parts of Hampshire the snuff of a tal lowcandle upon sugared bread and butter Is given to ague patients to cat Leaning against a pair of elbows bI esteemed la west Essex a fine thing for rheumatism Water In which Hint ar rowheads have been boiled Is said In Cornwall to cure all manner of dis easesIn Cambridgeshire It Is believed that the right eye of n hedgehog fried In oil will yield a liquor which is an infalli ble cure for warts But it is essential that it be a right eye Dried earwigs pounded In wbeaten meal and mingled with honey are the favorite Lincolnshire remedy for ninny complaints including headache vertI- go and slUng sckn 8tTile Durham ill 111m believe that an eelskin garter worn round the naked leg is a sure against era A favorite remedy for colic Ii black country Is a pigs liver L f wIthfis probably as inefficacious as it is nasty Pearsons Weekly A RUSSIAN PROVERB Borl1ot One oKlic Moat Tragic EpI codes In JlniicovHe Hlatorr The Russian peasant has n sayingI which Invariably piizzlcs the Too polite and dip like Bekovitcb Tbe proverb refers to one of thc most tragic episodes in Muscovite history In the early spring of 1717 Prince Bekovltch Cheraskl led an unfed ex pedition consisting of 4000 infantry and 2000 cavalry into JbQ then almost unknown Interior of south central Asia Ills ostensible object was to open up commerciall relation with the khan of Jvlilva mid Bokhara his real one to sec If It were possible to Invade India from the ortiiSThe prince with whom were many fllccrs of the Imperial bodyguard a fllllant company iimrcned his men ncrofcj the arid steppes With difficulty and ons Vug 15 halted some eighty miles rnnh4teity of Khiva Tile Khiviis Ignoring his profcs l1or r1enZhijp nttheked nforee- bttt were cosily tInted by the iJetter JNfoid better ilteciplincd soldiers otibpeaar S7 kbaa therdaieisorted to mscr m yiitd thaelep- klnitI that atI 1Pali1aIibJJtI caMtolasJiii itsTwo dATk later at n grj nd entertabv mtottbp L1fd lilt lljlaew1e N EYEIY FIlm m1aeIWefmatcrtN The PWtI LIM iwi4si wtwOWWHf PIeri ItUII antnulartHMII aM EVERY NOME rt YUhp tt KnJtKitchen DlnlngK s mV Farior FlrMl Sowing Room Tho Study For Old Younc Married The Weekly 100 All prescribes peasantry preventive 25O missions and vowed eternal mean ship H also took the opportunity requesting Prince Bekovltch to dlvld his army Into small detachments for entertainment in the surrounding vii lases regretting the Inability of his capital to entertain so many guests The Russian commander politely agreed to tile politely preferred request tbg Russian force was broken up and the lihan laughed sardonically Ills turn had come Early next day he killed Bekovltch and forwarded his head as n gift to the khan of Bokhara Then he annihilated the Russian army Tile IVmate of Health YM we all value health and yet how we waste itI There Is no way In which we Jo not disregard the rules that compass It We read for exam pie in the dark and in bed and in the cars Instead of waiting for light and quiet we sit all day at workVhen yo should vary the day with exercise we eat in a hurry as If we feared each morsel was to be snatched from us when we should eat slowly and Invoke the powers of digestion ye steal from sleep the hours that belong to that benign restorer of tired nature wo delight our gustatory nerves over ban Plots which millstones could not grind to digestion ami we drink drafts which Inflame the stomach nnd set the brain on fire and bring the body to naught And when all is tlone we go about If weire still able to go abput couipbiln ing that there is no health in us and- we blame fate and the divine laws when wo have ourselves to blame rind our ancestors Selected Maiken One Crop Jfnrkeii in the Zuyder Zoo Is one of the most curious islands In the world Horses and trees are unknown The island produces one crop hay and of this the women manage the growing and harvesting The Slmplon Pace The Simplon pass always has been the great highway of travel from Switzerland Into Italy It was used by Caesar and lila legions as far back as B C and although Napoleon happened to use tbe St Bernard pass be recognized the superior importance of the Slmplon and ordered a military road to be built over It to serve In fu ture campaigns It war begun In 1800 but before It was completed In 1800 the fortunes of the battlefield led tin emperor Elsewhere so he never saw It While thus constructed for war no ar my ever crossed It Instead of furnish ing n route for cannons it became a peaceful medium for International com merce St Louis Republic The Orlcinnl Lover Leap Sapphos Leap was the name given to n white cliff or promontory ancient ly culled Leucudla now Capo Du nto at tho southern extremity of Santa Maura one of the Ionian Islands It was so called because Sappho the poetess Is reported to have thrown herself rom this height Into the sea A criminal with birds attached to him to break his fall was thrown from tile cliff at the annual festival of Apollo and if be reached the water unhurt he was picked up by boats placed there for that purpose This is the rock from which according to the story lovers throw themselves in order to be free from the pangs of love Three Tlilftftr Dcnlrect As a result of observation nail reflcc tion during u long life touching public men and measures In wide variety I would desire for my country three things above nil others to supplement American civilization From Great Britain her administration of criminal berthctcrjfindtry save Russia Spain ami Turkey its government of cities Andrew D White in Century The Man anti the Place This John Doe niiwt lIll a tiirrlble bail feller mused Mslw Hoptoad Hes iillns in trouble LeO hen been indicted again I wonder where he 4 lives when lies to home I expect he lives in EHIjry chuckled Paw Hoptoad thellplace where so many are hung Houston Chronicle Uplifted Yer honor protested the seedy pris oner dls Is Jtst a case of pcrllce per iecutlon Deyse tryln tcr keep me terlJirafe Im going to send youp for ninety diysPlillatleiphiaPresS Sara aft Btne Thls TSe life of an Iiwuranco agent bed Premynms is full of worw 1 tnd gi1lj 1 Mtdnt notlted tlo wonnw od IJwl ttvbe vlctflnCjeyelan4 tended v DtlrlTI StsHAM OMftATtOMS Aftf OFTs FO MED ON PATENTS sag Tr Yasis- Fae e Xitrla b 1sbs Se 1dlttIlal Tra4t Itaw the PepMlea Ase Jft IYou will probably be rarprtoed tIfam remarked the houoeawr oii et a pig hospital that there awfsia sane people today who believing that they ate threatened with some daMices otts dteease Insist oa uodcrgblag sever operatkmsJa order that tbclr lives maybe saved Qf course we do not really perform those operations but 1 have assisted atm ny imaginary ones IB or der to gratify the whim of a patient suffering from some form of hysteria- I remember ja recent case of a woman who was absolutely convinced that she was suffering from an internal tumor Curloifely enough she had been operated on for this complaint some eight years tic ore vheni a large ttimor was removed Six months ago she received a fright through one of her children upsetting a lighted lamp and wbei she had somewhat recovered sbebe came convinced that a recurrence other trouble had begun and that the only thing to sae her life was an Im mediate operation With the assistance of two of the vis lUng surgeons I determined to perform the operation in imagination and this is hoW we did It The patient was given Just a sufficient quantity of anaes thetics to reduce her to a state of semi consciousness she could hear and feel vaguely though she could ttee nothing We moved about the room quietly spokeIn whispers gave hurried orders to the nurses etc and in fact acted jut as though we were engaged oa Ute biggest operation of our Urea TlMa one of the assistants fetched a jug of Iced water and holding It above fbi supposed affected part let tile CeW fluid fall at the rate of about oae Jra every five seconds When the water touched her body the deluded patletlt would wince and groan as though In great agonySAfter we bad gone on in this way for some time the woman was swathed In bandages and conveyed by ambulance to her room On awakening she found two trained nurses creeping about the apartment one of whom Immediately held a cup of beet tea to her lips an4 asked her to try and swallow a little After a considerable effort she succeed ed confiding to the nurse the fact that she felt terribly weak and languid There she remained for ten days after which she was allowed to get up for a time nfiiIier friends were permitted to see her In three weeks she returned home perfectly cured of her imaginary tumor and to this day she does not know of the hoax which was played upon vHysteria of course is the cause of most of these Imaginary Illnesses end when a patient has It badly It isolmos as difficult to cure as Insanity W had a young girl hr year ago who was suffering fron obst obstinati attack of hysteria b took a very curious form Siiuld never lie down in her bed invariably sat bolt upright with ck against thi foot rail constant ning her head from side to side t i automaton had watched her do this curious actloi many times and one day J asked her why she continued It to which she replied that there was a string4in her head which pulled it from side to sld and that until it was cut she would liavenorest This remark gave me an idea and I asked her if she would alloW me toex amine her head She was perfectly willing nnd after an Inspection lasting twenty minutes I gravely announced that she was quite right and that the only cure was a slight operation in order to sever the string She Clapped her hands with delight like a child and declared that It was what she had told several doctors but that they had all laughed at her Would I perform the operation at once I thought it bet ter however to defer doing so until the morning after I bad consulted the visiting surgeons Having explained the circumstances the Imaginary operation was agreed upon and the following morning the young woman was led into the surgery placed upon the operating table and anaesthetics administered Part of her luxuriant brown hair was cut qff and a portion of the back of the head about two Inches above the nape of the neck tfas shaved smooth Then In or der that there should be something to show for the Imaginary operation the scalp WitS Innccil until the blood ran leaving a cut about two nUll a half Inches in length This was bound but not stropped and the patient was con veyed back to her bed where she re roamed for fprty minutes before returning to consciousness Meantime I had taken a piece of an rdinary E violin string about four Inches long and conked It in wateruritll it resembled a raw sinew1the object of this of course being to show the patient the actual string taken out of her head When she was restored to consciMs ness she wu told how entirely sacceas ful the operation had been and shows the string which bad been the cause of aU her trotible after which she fell hv to a natural sleep and awoke perfectly restored From that day to this she hal never suffered from f1eria In any form and has been completely cured of lier hallucination regarding her Innblll ty to keep her bead rom moving from side to side Yes It is wonderful how strong a thing imagination can become and bow easy it is to fool a man or woman el ther Into the belief that he has under gone a serious ojxsratlon for an hnagl nary scnseLondon Mall aewar the Ea7 shelter Tedrfl are but a tools measure for youth which is divine They bring caution more often than wisdom and a ear aln belief Hi tilt unreality of Joy A ami Is quickly dlsllliislouil whlijh onunoniy lucnns that he hits set up bis own Idcu of what things should be by the side of what tilings are and sulks forcer at the result Ho then commits tile folly of bccQiiiing old and prefers xlstuuce to life lie eliiilers Into one or other orthe many shelters that lIne the way curls up within and smiles pItyingly at the young ot nil apes press- Ing on to some endiio matter what alive to thin beauty of the sky and the tJ1etreesIlot strength living and loving and be- 3ovediimtIi at last they are made one with nature But tile heart like the liver grows torpid without exercise gradual decay cortics to Uie ijia lat Iwiter a decay from which be is va Ieased HtHck galnMt his will bydea k iMreare too WHQJ beK IIuftHl elloeourf 1J s 1WWPdlaiMi1aibSHSea 4tl tat Aa3OR tb wIasaiso flMTCif hi Spain aa4 to stew ItJhsiHimr thoy foe fmn earriod aro iitII7 Ii pIMI a k tHUCAw hklHtrtetity itfoasMi peat and oat of the back of this afr- Jlwi1 JPraIiC fftIMrdeiPl lor JLRM Botey Th41tt ih7 calfed he4cANaYPiee B theaM vtf betec aluNMtvlitt chdBgCftfefcNfv SpaBteh The idea lese was llreetaatlla fftttUU by AtiBjB okxLapJa c e t g t the fOGIl bepto the sllwefl The rcty 8owla Se th cvrioiM wkktke Xi ole cooiplete IB the heW etiUte 4iNUlecathedral the most laterentliStt one ilgpaln Notes and Queries Get the TN ul the Lady Disraeli was in love with a wl4ow- Mrs Wyndham Lewis Qae day whea 1tUllgbt1ieIdered the servant tOlay that she Wo not at home When the xiald reached time hall the statesman was haagteg ap his overcoat Mrs LewIs sir is not at home said the flurried I did not ask maidIthfe calm reply But I dpat know when she VlH be back urged the maid Neither do I philosophically replied Djsraeli bat lam g6ba to walt till she comes back so please make iIae a cup of tea Ho did wait be got lila tea and be married the widow Why Ike Table Knife Wwi K uedTable knives until the seveateeat cegtmry always had sharpIy pe4ted Wades a natural survival from the days when a knife was at HC8 a dagger hunting knife and table knife and fork cooblned The rounded end WH Introduced from Franee It bappened that Cardinal Rickellev was conipolW to entertain at bis taWo CbanCtllar gegHler a man of rvde jsvanners who at the dose of the neal proceeded to use his knife as a toothpick TitS so upset the cardlnaPthat ke ordered te end of every knife In his posoeaolon to be rounded and so great waI1tkIie lieus influence that the fashion wa adopted nil over the country Travel IB the OIJ bye Before the cinyget the railroad travel ers from Philadelphia to New York went by wagon The following old ad verdsement outlines the process John Butler with his wageR sets out on Mondays from lila house at tke Sign ot the Death of the oXI strawberry alley and drives the same dayto Trenton ferry where Francis Hblaaan nceti him and proceeds on Tue aTttJJrU wick nut the passengers nud goods be tag shifted into the wagon of Isaac 1tsa randolph be takes them to the New Blazing fStar where flublu F1tzran dolph with a host well suted will men them and take them to New York that hJgbt l WIUfeKdirMitC Your sou Willie seeu1sto have got over being round shoaidered Every time Ive seen him ilately hes been standing up like a man Yes after years of scolding kiln for his stooping I trjed a llewpJaL What was itr1tokl him he had A saacniflces phest Newark News The Open FIreD I have seen respectability and anti ability grouped over the air tight Move I have seen virtue and lntehligeuceimov ering over jfhe register but I have nev er seen true happiness In a family cir cle where the faces were not illuminat ed by time blaze of an open fireplace O W Holmes Diplomacy MarnmaI hope Willie didnt tell a Qb when you found he had been at the jam Aunt Jane Not at oW W1iellI i discovered that somebody had been at the jam be looked at Fide and said I didnt know auntie that dosjs IQcof Jam Bostoa TrU1sCr1tS 5Lliigiil4What has be learned at colleger Why beseems to have devoted him 8elf to the study of modem kncnagss le heard him talk baseball footbaM izolf tennis horse polo and poker la the course of half an hour Her Secret Mr Jones Mary cm a woman keep anything to herself Mrs JonesYew- her private opinion of her husbandry Chicago Journal TliP Pygiuy flIppcpataas- One of the nnhnajs least known to he outside world Is the pygmy hippo otauius of west Africa It ia Just what its name Implies n pygmy hippo iotamus It Is much smaller than the common hippopotamus being po larger than nn ordinary or fair sized hog It differs somewhat from the common hippo Io the character of Its teeth and Instead of spending Its time in the xiv CfS and lakes in large herds it Wanders about tbroncn the Jnnfios steely or Ia- palrs Ejttch after the WHIr of swine searcfc of nust a RallSiy mMt7A large neaUny n raMU in4 wilt see the good in another much more ulcklytbnn tbe evil but a narrow bt Lttling mind ha taeye only for faults for the unlovely and the crooked The clear the lbeautiful tile tree and the magnanimous are too large for its dOWJ1OSdestroyingI ulldlng London Answers Sa TIle Readr Reiwrte This book began the agent who hud pushed his way into the office Dont wHAt mil snapped the buy merchant I wish I knew some IHH- twayto keep you fellows out of bw This book tells you Buy onV PblJ delphla Ledger AmbHIaa Do you think professor Inquired the musically ambitious youth tstn everFo anything with my thntII Woll was time cautions leplIIJt smd3 como In banilyf Iin case of flrp The Start el ike H cw Dorothy Say auntie is rtlIjtloH some tliiiig to wear Aunt JHliw M 4ea t1- why do you ask such ooifeh qweMina- slDorothyCiiwe jwjMi said you used- 2reur rdlgioH for chMk pAa pa 5etl An advertlefr as1Is r list ike su grew Ot Hi CNe4 IWri rThat 4ertts SwiIIheIuJ wia- waled J Men arc tbe sp r of jtofrcw wheit tk ctrcomitnpoot thertJJaen BrroBi THE LIGHT a s arJaw ot lLeauL MaceuI Jth accoup motnIagin two of them ret- utbtthe eatre sutsids man tj W4ad net bW WSJ killed by a aeee as two aft a bed kia bead tAbTomki uk t His trunk t i barte tot ieyena jMl oTr ne r me lt o to fatt ye T teat a as haM as eyes we couWL e ist sao lb gun It Wa a ro inumniet feeHtig wet sbort lived Wo peeted to be MVpotTed bat wh mko cleared we diocovered the we took tot British troops jrere IB allty KnMlan eavalry Thy came ns in a perfect elpttd and we fa about atfd rttftl iArlgbt Into rh sx Tljereyas Mf afj ful flA of nwnha and almost bte we could n lptea we ha st the eliri It jsTio1eesII tie4i Ahd4i outto fh1e prO 59psboot wr t caTeitbe caNe b t1caIp aS 3estPIfunctIswas thou t1 Cotonol Aoiprecedot Jackson p stw of the was adthessf the ram f4 atHnt d the Jackson had o Bacon Will the bearskin A drew out the tir carefnUy untk d t the paper with dei tba without lookl Jiis hand da M7ewMl now see wh What wspiir that tb lawyer bksosl with an courtroom rang with 1st expenoo and list lie afta tefiged Cilsnei AYery Harp- WATCHMAKING There Ar7 Separate Opea- eas ilpn a X alan WiMeb M FarrePeret who laiostlfaMUlM walckmaklni Indnstry In the New En r land states some years IgfO stated that the average production of 400 0 work men In Switaerland was forty watcher Jej maniap4oyed fBy nuchlncs in these watch factories one HMH jcanr make 1410 Ine screws per day noni ot larch tie so small that ware than flOOOOO are rwinlred to weigh a poim U 4 One of the litest pieces annie Is a 0 Mpallcratboror pjyofal bott wkR for a small steed watch rf tnfetrt i 1- otz2io tthene4mwc4ba l 1ISista pound undergoes 25 op rnOe awl t fcosts but2 centH Ieasurnt enls are gauged to 12000 ot fahtcltl The balance wh llaCter JxHHNt fpHi chined weighs only 7 jral and wk eji fr fitted with 10 Bold sercus wrfta 72 grains There are 8 separate opiewl tlons upon a balante wheel et of tlxm being drilWo tureadlngr and reaMer l sinkjaglt os Time drills revllhre1at 1 speed of 4aHM opera torca1Jt drill upward of5300 notes for the balance wheels per daylHAn nals of American Academy rrh ftetrle 5Wnty The ectrio duty so faifcillar to all in Paris Is an fanport prodsoly stwtfar in Itsprieldtttytpaid on foods enterc a foreign picountrystadayoftogIplIablywith new potatoes peas and fresh sal 13 all When yon reach Parts theft Is ejs tiwbetheheldfnnctlonarjr who wants to know what yonv got tIMn awl utttete it be of a pas very trlfing sort you will bave to pay ai and percentage on its eateemeds11J AppreeLiitl ohmm afraid you are one ettMHlJ etHNotatwo youthUy greatgreatgramlfatb and worked hard and Invested his Bo ey lab emdolngA POSITiVI gtiARANyikIf a Ia nT c J 1I1fBlfe j iitiuit ir f hist H Cnrt l n sit ititMiIANicI frot 4We bisuhare te reit lb n ktLI1uotyfoclreillVwder on the rotawn 6 tIleI nek tt5ptt btlastheps ch6Mr Astiag it bLfatlet reeve asd euro kirn of any of the dlta e lor wkie jtliis JMk4rh1a fnsmn4ss fari- coyers the use of a bo4l c fsmr for 25e1MXt141 M two mouths treAt and s1etmeatnlI44andDrarladt ahliclsuw- eecrIteoase4fee r rftfty reWs ijy an OMiMCMt Germava piyi ki N IIipra tice both in Knrope md thfa mintrv 10M MIdrt f- tN sour drigsts all oror the 4d So liklly wKMralnr wof this dUremedyUtitroubeiatte sUitrbavi bo MkPtd who hid triod tVerjr knows r asi4Ti4 NATOMiaSe bsNy all shOot Dr OIted t1- 1Crm t Lksc PurIx It bag ruredrugut np sst fels cnrtoasri who are e- noailag1 tetheirhicuds- Bott r than titimOCIb t1rbJcl Dr oenra Uyer Powder m doss lot rt1ic nude notklbfno go IMScue NSJMBV IIt I f l Home ai- mFarmers j Breeders InteraUtbObior ObiorIpd tbe Q itht j 1 Wfcfek nIe4I Sn frantic with enu snhot wqid ath r- iIaWGrSI ekrW me te lot br the wmnimoos tW DonsissjnitS of IJiss ur apecsoaltf terms after M aItk never a Demeert let bis ho was elected to tho Wp tlwjrst political oftee bo vor Korsnuiior from his state am- sed nil record In length of y none oqvaJsd it save Tbo t BssMssy the greet Mlwou 1l1miams ln The World y ckaalng- htt tomnieat te excel lor itj n wnKV or any delicate3 o titicels also for eleaSV- tteieslt articles iiacd- ieaedIpaltrgei wftb c3raacal or j n pwsn of powdf sse movement ns er ahebeweIh1d the air R- fury r eeaeiedk Ia iiaMfpZ itm Ust hewhitith 1pieee of ol- ether asreag and itib Ie ier wpIJ lr Without usiri too folicc T4ptfr0cle muSt tl n lo ftitntlf dry Top Leave t iW tseajUucr for a few tbtI OSkLD water In n tiu itihsOf n boir strain throiim n sifv us flqtisfor cleaning varals It wake It teak like now ot no on earernisbed- windowsa mlrrtbo leaves I0 40 scatter e Pine cl in a orat at1t tIyisr giSt the iiI PPA Ne rORAGtA A gr icmlt- tas F wj p r I THEvFSLEVDEFRTjL FJlltLNWS4EAIJfli p PCltSHBD BVataY THUagDA- jrAYEAR III ADVANCE r 1 I roE OP MORMONISM Senator D bta t 1d aa4 flu IIjht AgIt Apoafto t TJte question of Reed Smoots fitness to uccuM a t in the senate chamber of the United Stares has started nn in vestigation iaio theS subject of Mor uiontein and has uroujrlifont facts un 8taruIn1tj l 1whof InveKtigatiou lie represents a gentile population that iis making btlttoruis a life and deatti struggle aainst the Moruiou element lv Senator Tmbois says tne Mormon cljbrch now bold the balance of power in tbe states bordering cthh null the gentile voters must tight it iufluence unless they nre willing to come under its domination lie has rorYet1nrt been the uncompromising foe of Moriuouhnn He was born In Illinois in is graduateJ from Yale college i3tIn 1880 he went to Idaho and business n4J in 1982 was appointed United Statest marshal It wall In tIIII position that he incurred rofthe Mormons for be flueuce toward their theilin Idaho it being then Several flmtsthe MormMj abt to quiet him hut he reins InJ their in vet era te foe He Was dafegMe in cod gresti for the territory of Tteth for two terms and after its Iastnte was eboeen to tbe senate taking his set In 1891 as a WepuWfcfln He was a strong admirer Of the late F 8XKATOB FREDERICK Tr DUBOt- tXhouias p li IteeJ and supported his as 4tAeRepublican jpresiim 6n When the B HrifcsJl for the gold standard as defeated fer reelee I lu 18JW but fourforted for the a sts PopnUete and nd elected Jiates that during reodloaii Iegit Vorii lu i tton seemed ie railway statkm 4 Carriages ipsc the aerataa Duboto a it ta thatfre Jiifended for a ybo 1iar coe ou the It cot thefuture ueua- S I 6 1rSddIkeisC uuIS art of mltte wfcAsf r lonrtbIm over s rLte2i2e YOlkS aad tit bet light Ia rennernmi s add rstbtlien tl re8nneeu of ted bottcrt a Jt these I uuznjdlii nowsthe L will nppr t Good House 4 to Assist 3e froqj tim bakingh h out of in the titoie and set tu on it for a few t tiib obdurate cakeor rLrnovod 111uiqes r Th4ysfterooatbeury 1 j4verdiotot ir000dto Soukael1lIkwimtaiton4op of John Scaeiob SoUfffi was engineer on tbu fft laIR train tbat WM runUlo Jane i last one mile eact of thU city and was burned and ioaWwil to death Last Oetptfer a ory awarded 16000 4 bui Judge Bell aat I lL4 taside Sefttiloir wai 84 fmn of JlgeJ andaccordicgI to t MI inooy was oonakierad oaeof the beSt bind most careful ngio r8 on the ro4 It WM pievto i tbe engineer ofAh w- owhin atth the ooMKoii and that thd ergine WM iff eharfo of a man who bid never ru4000 before zt-wbttgisv waa in thhb With JD Jt ta th4 OBt jmlg 1giV fl ue tUl t- 7otel jiry lav1m bit r- Esiwodrg 5OOO B aIIJat t17jOC n1a tIIVML I 1j advocates ia X 4 oa OOLU 04 t1le MWtriropbet have received t chilling blow It his been tbe aPIK- Inlsgt1atuftdo aaioHUi iaw bit abtdow on tbe Id of F b reary i b waitiretoDiidena- nd reioaki tbere jtor six wetka tr8 urudoubt4ty sew iiI lItjlHf if be came oui on ttbe 24 of 48e Djcaeot month and eybo-nght ho waa aec rely sleeping away the allotted flul IBM ft ril4 awma to re beec a flni ii fl we are ifJiaifer i H liMile1fcGoflofl 8aUrday might Tfo capture of tbe animal se wf to hare Had a very favorable effect Q5 the weather as it has been steadily ifaips Ijny ever since but Uev tfwtess the adhereaU of the groapdhoff as awcasher prophettl reDatu lt t non luedkndard OI te Mr BP SjimBis who receatI lyreiaoyed to the OO Allen far sear Botland has repaired the old Sttiomers mill on Mill reek and hair jit rnnniog after an idleneM oimany years This iaalloverthdtwt6 t milla1d Is capable of doing a good deal of grindiBg Mr Sitnma removed to Nelson Iro Washington county Ha prcbssedtbe Alleii arm which contains 107 acres ou 3150 He old his farm of 100 acre near Fredericktown Mr J1BHillfor15OO Mr wUaoft inlaw Mr Charles Joifceafwkl wife reside with him anaard tifiaLcLiiA few days atiice a Mr Qhelt avnof Willisbmrg Washington co nty WM IMT looking for a illa1i B4 f dairy poultry yard and xnarketgarden- w s of ground and at he was unable at that time find such a piece of property Mr Gheathaa is relative of one jofjJM proprMiors pfthe Law aceUrg Boiler Mills and is said to be a desirable citizen for ny community We trust that e stay fini the kind of property he desire and cast his lot with lie peoplel ol1bis1cit7 Ander sou News jrJeums4 18 U 1 jiU hUNTING STORIES A43MctIoa dvai- t 4 4leIad RWNWSLladIrRCa i Qap eoxrespeaideata and other oaif1I tore hae1Lj retlisriable lalent its aruowhJnIWWe bav idckied to icjive If fi3Ic T llol Iir t der Tile ij lioljSt reed Die taJowirtjrai decide for yoij raelve a to iie trothfaln ss of It OneJour cithMna says a friend of Ms who Uja over iLhe SiOr17 iiNeJeoti dug a pwnd last fill whiesv sooo flied with water and aa water wee srarc ikn bee agood och for tuzU whieei soo Qecoiiae ao nvmecous that they coald hardly keef from sMbrseg is jt w1a ut ija- JSWs for tboes all e bottom t Hit to the tlop and Iheyac corojogly look tb turi abotl pian OM prt airing and then A 1MrtIl soon turned c 4d and one dat when a larjft party of them had their beads out airulg the waWr Jiuddenly froe over catching tbeia aro and tbe iocka holdinf Qelli fist As it happened the jjext day the friend west out to gut aload of corn and pa seed by tbe poad geeinj the tirtlee he got tar and cut M eaogh to keep hIti in turtle paJI 111t leaving manj sore in theirI O do Uo ort i si thC The following stoaa f5kf related to us by B Cr ccr-1i old hunter and reliabl cHizen and as there iliOme cbon stories afloat in the NewsLeafi er we trust the editor willgive us J space for this one Mr McKinty MidcIt was in the winter of 68 that tWas living in the West era part 1idncountywhich at that tine was thinly settled and mostly woods and gs meofin all kinds was pentiful In Feb uarypftbat year a jheavy snow teIlaildone morning with some others westarted put for a ccon hunt ajad hid not gone far until we found a j large track near Crooked Creek We followed it for about two miles in the woods near vihat is known as Little CrMrHHeJ f we found many tracks and evidently where the coons had an old time fight for the snow was broken up in many places and lots of fur and bloocl left ihtle snow Near here we noticed a large forked poplar with its bark gnawed ofIin places We decided the coons were in this tree and at once begun to cut it which proyed an easy task for the trewas hollow at the stump Wbentbetree fell one of those limbs bunted and killed fifteen coons tbatiwere in IrTti n ling1oke off a limb from a beech that reod near that contained fiyex gray squirrells and the failso stunned them that we killed them all be fore they could cape A limb that brqkefiCxfeU on some brush IIand killed Wo pheasants that were hpyered under the brush We noticed the other Ijrab or fork and it waho1low and filled with honey We at once tent one of J Ij and CoalIDealerst dAre cofliUnity 13d itfhou1dre- 1iab1e J3P waeca Ytiraur rutatio1thati regird iaw4e1ieve ruMSrpeop1ebebeve US tu C 1tLJ iJ YteltyetIItteW tbe looks of tsoal bow in ck beai it wrfl Jive 015 how long itwilliast LJtte 11 ofcoii the HiJ otaot o Xnd when you know a coal =you coo dotle OU1st 70U USf WSsre slay =ltto detiver ton or two of 0U p OD t likeoMthsworth having tiK 4r aPI t We lof Jt1 LCor iMc toe IOn4 any were We handle thea foods ia It4y therdsts are abls tof is tbM r1ceasIowasay T RMERL1LLSFcLEby fooat j01 the beat makes AI farm ifoaw Su4 fctur Old Hickory soon openfor vehucja wihare al M CkWeffd oar party to UM hoate and tot bockeaod took Irooi tkts limb 5 ga4 0honey AiltI timei our dog were vigorJgliaw inK and barking at the stUnaps inJtsheWe got our 2 pbeaaaiits 15 coons squirrels 8poMums aad JlOBty and went hoaie weli satisfied with our days ijwit Jt11 way ape tr Incveda1A hut iit s true and lifrSutf4i who were with fttheyjL 4 4 LILAC j Jentonto ConS dlY As HilUboro Valley Hill and other corresjpOBdeits continue to telt what they think remarkable liuiiting stories we will rel te a coon story that was pyeji us rc cently Wehav that itfe rabbit fteprHills Tiorotsi lJif mrojhff a rlyii here Portly afthiseicij5e but met a hbrribl fliiata ly bemJ1e voared by some coons The CXNH wIre trackel by Dead SKLBiW to All old hollow ing- WjthftpoM side exthnd trig alioototiiirds down and wklcin4h this crack Jie disco ered jSj yer- yemkr be Tlwoii1dkaIIa close ategu1ainito- va iul onc1oa ispectidbet- hat t the dsK was so fulli WTt Roijs that tMsexpansiont was CftvtMixby thejrbthing P SB najr them corkedujp waiting for the Hlllsboro airnrods before he fells the tie aslW wants be sure pf all the coons Mr Elliott Fill have all tbeibuzzaras scared away so no one need be fraid of being carried off as Mr friendsras there nay be a good slay yet for Coons Jensonton n Ky4t t AH C L Qi7yZ I notice jn the NEWSLEADER some extraordinary hunting stories and as this part of the county has not been represented I though tt would write onehihat has been handed down oy a Mr Hawkins Early iujjiQ Spring of 1857 tbegentem nSt rtec1 out one morningto track up some coons As a light snow had fallen the day before he had not gone far when he struck a trai and after he hd followed it for about an hour became in sight of thecoon as it went in f the hole of an old snag atthe ground But to his surprise when the one went in at the ground another came out at the top So he sat down to see what it mntbnt1 another one came don n and went i1at the bottom and another came out at the top and so on until he hadcounted one hun dred and seventeen coons The hunter concluded there was one ifiore coon than tbere was room in tiiBlfee So thinking he bnd struck a gold mine in the way of coons he slipjTed over the hill ttell his brothe wjio was chopping wood aoutiis coon tree and telling hlhi to get all the flogs he could5tin Mr Haw kins wehtbackjo witcfi the tree until his broTher came In a ahortiirai his brother appeared tfjjjtn nineteen dogs ana an ax Jh thy commenced to cut the tree down When the tree IoU it burst open and the dogs jumped in on tbe pile of coons For about thirty minutes nothing codloy bejieard but the yells of dogs andcbons When the fight was over tjjere were 57 dead coons and7iftead dogs tend coons those1dayhim parts of the old snag Antioch Kr x GABEy Oood Hkiil lBurton Pinkston a young man living near Brooksyille had tie following experience the other morning hUfn his way to Mr 4rmsIrogs to work As ha satd through the W oodsbT o 4iced a large GOOD in itrbkhDe shot ad tee coon ini falliB fell cm some biiiirkUliBC the ez- itire covey Beiattt + rail up 1- 4scadbid ud startedr to lbrl compelled to wde oat W HMI be reached Mr ArStrOi IeI paUed off hla boots itt dry his feet aad m one boo4 beloved a o tfiah that weighed fire potndft and in the other boot a nine pound turtle Mr Finkstonwith two witnesses gave the above account to the writer 4 E Z II Iefuiu Abraham Ietttison1a Rosalan 1w rrtftdi DeuvifleMon- duy iii eopany with bj sister JettUi o y and together erhav tlveed na- yafltoh their brot- H r Peton Iopppe- iQij awVqhantof bmerset The brother who lias beelJin Americani for several years raft away from home aid landed in this country penniless By bard work he faas amassed a small fortune itnd sent forf his brother and sister that they might im prove th eir condition in America TheyarJOf the poorer laSsof Russian Jews IaIld tell a terrible story of the hardships of their c untrf Petfcusson was honorably discharged from tbeJRussjap army a short time before iQte war with Japan and has ben hiding ever since for fear he would be drafted and taken to Manchuria Harrod sburg Her a14J fi r j ArMt CHRty Ttlwcci Atd rdon News Anderson county sells every eaiftbai 1500000 to l750QpO j QHiuU of tobacco Practically all of this immense crop goes to tjie ft1rket at Louisville or Gin tjlnnatr The farmer goes with his tobacco when he ships it and whertjhslls receives his money and then proceeds to Spend a good p rtfonof ifc before he ra burpsto his home All this mon jyfibasides what t eC farmer eaasland3oun j aM a ouniks to many tbhouicls of 6lIars each year theJbhls jnoney than could be bad in fthishome If this tobacco JYere dispc4edofc at home or at t rehous in Lawrenceburg i 1f ult ekept here where it wouldl bqofemuch belle lit in everite If a 6rCompany dhere which i QdT grLtheWo tfeforeifc goes to jfaretsJ be te bOuld 1C3iI ea The fa i llui11 r cii better portlOnY now mst pay before he get5 anything out oft crop and the merchants arid other business men of the city and county im measurably benefitted An average price of ten cents per rjdund miBans anywhere from 150000 to200pOO a year to be used and Expended in our connty- MiIskIKrs vVJamcsLnb Wallet and Jobni Skaggs of Lame county were brought to Louigville by iieputy tTriited Marshal Cundiff of the Bowling Green distri t and Pri vate Detective Richardson and lodged in jail charged with moqnshining Ttiey are J1per indictmeat in the Federal Court Lamb was formerly postmaster AtillaAn illicit still wqich the men were accused of operation was to dand destroyed last summer but the operators escaped Tuesday Marshal CuncSiffi and amoral assistants went to Lambs house As they approached the house a dog growl ed a juan was heardto cough This apparently was a signal for other members of the family and the officers say the women and children seemett attacked with violent fits of coughing When tie Marshalfinally gained entrance to the Lamb was not there but house a searchI of tIe house revealed a hole iin the floor through which Lamb had Re fedhisfound crouched under the floor and after several minutes per OpallyThe Skgs brothers were alsol arrested on Tuesday LuisyUle Times 1 iiiiiyr to 6 Wc Wr W C Price arid wiff of near town are m akin prfp ra tions to reBaovft to 8puingkld- wberetheyWilimake i theirhoeae with Aheir sop Wr OLPdca and wife They will ten their farm and some personal property Mr and Mrs Price have re Sided at their present home tor he past forty years and theiri many friends will greatly regreti their departure Mr price is 84 years old and hiswifia a few years younger They have lived in the ntighborhood where they are now residiRg all their 1OH Stndar CASTORIAIW 1II1I Y HrnAtvsys II1II Bears the lipatweof SwL ft 4P r Jf jtmbroiderl s aadces Irtt Jacoriet Edges and Jnsertings 7J12 and up Nainsook Edges J andIhsertings 7 12cand uP Swiss Edgeand JInsertings 5c arid up Nainsodkconet andSwlsaAIiOyere If Whit qoodl 10 all the ripw ffscteePfnMberizedi Stnp e andMeceri2ed fbraI jct i It 1 i Carpets 3Oui stock of Carpets Rugs sad thegim tbellargeot a dm rarmd + abo i i ourciO 4isiutmnx Or Axmms efa 115 wOrth l 40- V l J JvetaJO WQr Qtr2 rBruaiells at 70c worthcr4 Lage asiortert of all g6ot extra susre Cotton Chais Unions slid Coa Inrsio Aki WaiPas41We pride ourselves on ourilectkm of Wl l Piper io Ingrlihs Crowns Tiles Tapestry aud Burlapcpmbinations Whit a 4 Brown I Blinks InEiins 7+ croll Qrowbs j8 rollI Tapestries 8c roll iile5o rollj While 1ttJ1ti i r o TTI1g Hart r Ms l WF I We insecuring this aeis e the 8chaffo 4 Marks ceUbrated fthfOI 1t ltdotWe most respectfully solicit our patronage r tiCunningham DuncaL = r U Investigate 1hiriistCo4r- C3liIal r Kehoe Wants ihe Tobacco Trust iRvesllAalcd 7 Ttie caled tobacco Trust and its alleged iIf1 enc on the Burley Growers Gp Tbas received thefattentipji of Kentucky tbn gressmen who want an infesti gattqn A dispatch from Wash ington says Representative Kehoeiiot Kentucky introduced a resolution in hV Hquse this morning which attracted wideat ten tic n and created quite a s ir The resblutipp is iIIat the tobacco trustv Jt calls upoa the Secretary of Commerce and La bor to furpish Congress atonca with data and reasoPt csbow flfcby the leaf tobacco produced i Kentucky Tennessee and Ohio selling at such a lcw price nd wby at the sam time marked in crease has been noted in all joanu fact u redIatljcles for the sune ov baccoSThe resolution inqujr i whetbl there is a combinatfonOr corr poration controlling the tobacco trade of these4states and otbers and flitany ysuch combination 01 combmiatiohs have resorted io any blacklist scheme or otle methods of intimidation to pun ish or interfere with individuals or tobacco growers in4her hind ling buying anti selling of leif tobacco The resolution seeks to ascer tainiif any cojibi nations are re sponsible for iaUure of the Burley TgbaccdiGrrpwers AseoJ elation of KantuVky tobeSnaec and irso what oaetttods were tfsqd Kehoe also inquhesarn ffe tbfr capitalization of any melt combination and as to its math oOs of operations The reaoli ttgn is said to be aatoirabiy drawn and is to the point It asks for anjmmediate report to this Congress in order that legis lavive actioa may be taken or that thiOpFtrent of Justice or ihecmIso1onarof Corpora ionsmay proceed to make an inveetigailoa The resolution has beea referredf to the Commit feeo Judiciary Mr Kehoe will advocate aa early and favorable report Representative SiliithJ ol KtA tuckvy who lis bn ihoi committee will it Uunersoo1d fivor a re porr at once Jtr Keboe wity 5aeisttat las tbe St1du4Tlp- oratoi is being invM4i ted the Tobacco Tfufct sboId iw be overlooiieJ He ttgirfti it eq aally ve wi 5 Nt 1W i licitB rtrii- ijpii M Ef Le- tPAzo ow itBWT urn to lay MM a u ot hQW long 44 tto M dp XfiNrt applit- 50c catiastss M pout druggist MndSOc in taips 4Ift wardedpQ- etabipr C 8tL ul Kodol lip owe tll1et bflEUSSt JAiT 2 1 112 AIBlobtOr RKu u SA4 f Dh4x7SyreaRasstto6OO l3xOSmyrnsResat QGIOBOi 3r6 AxUIaer sod M4etItUga at 4 LiaAgNattetotumgIr gs r VA pIJ sle1yboufliS f j f UI ciiibiInsJ r l J rr4yara6iaLsc1 uuathiat5Oc I lam 45 hIeheia t 3Fya4iaIcsCurtaluaj11 ifj 1t Sfjardif5 in CuUlns 25O 31 yartla jt54 fe Brft cartdmss5 A tull stocks ot Cwrtaiu Bw aes aod Neti A oolDpJ Irof Jhid eL1 U TT Sch4ffiie Clothing b iineoI Hat r SIt 3 8 utr s i ef a I f i i ANOTHER BOSTQN SUBWAY Eaa ti TrI Jmmt SudMl L7dPC 1Jier Boetoa the pioneer city ot Amnrto la ctibfrny COtlstn die HAW boxta a Subway said to be tine greatest il it boriDgyct complied under the waiter of t river r harbor It Is the EstBostoi tMJMir iteadln fnm i w4 2 city proper t1M1er tJtit Iwrbor 1 Yv lckaq1Mre I4t psf It W ttiesecontl snbwagr to be AgwMil la eMfbepD la 1900 has 6ot iq09O aM i k jilK tijtver te theou Iterated Railway coffipaaj for eaUeL It Sl abOut oin o dtwaftli mik tofcagtk aad Ms aWedia3er ot mttHf Mrty feet though UM iklckri a tit the WaIis bings Us Ilttetiol dmWd- owhtoabuttcaty4our feet Tbe East iftbstoa tanan l ram If a a ptk of wot tkaM feety feet Mow the waters tf Bosie harbor through i bin e clay edlm at It M for tM we of regulation trolley e w which e toe tothe surface at the iM rbam end of th ieaM e etfaM e ibtir Jdartieys erec tbe street tmcks iBrtik twUly the tube will be caMecMl rectly with the preseBirsabway hi It- enceagcuted 4MXLCt ttTHE COtET rii TiMa ad Pi aMp xa afiSrtystqal C H re maisa as pal Utt erat trial aad foaM It guflt- at fftJlMfe h1we4otaM thee ot o J Tikat ha4u Mv ecu LfetajMd Is1M ir hIS tdig- aliest tills aodel ot the forp by the jMfaabM tn eseus sad oseetis r thsIi- lgeutive powers 14 It ytrIct deyk Itto alost half tr t It destroys aIo1u power of br ftthine It ultimately iaarod aM- u1iailess Jlacekl aJrdss4i of the walat HIM It destroys the beauty 1 W the body of the Hmb rma OMbIst ftjr fC3ttfctl f VMirbiiweMt by IntArferlDg wltk Of1Ml elmUntion and thai lam ealng vital per sad by the eOi1tbmJ Gu s awl MtiiMvMl Import ol tile b tt lit all absniis l poMtiQB It Ii abeotatity la most maid tt ract ce ueak psedlag to j iroc tram wacb tIrtI7conoC w p et etuo tim to Wi- li grsjitly vmtem ram pq jf JiI ti t tirs WItI11tb- un t from whIch woe t1lfl to eiptTe aM tJirortlana5 ILcu ww I Jwj7jI the JOI r- IlQad free b wat floe keea sad oautlam kiJ1WI v eI i 8 D of the principal ceoum a IItth1 l BMerles and dtrorcm INOWI J They arcUed umrtly to hang tM meat on rwpJlod tb yoothfol student iA ctyIMThe inanogw of a concert gtveg daImull town instead et pi trausferuble on the ttck4 notice on tbe door 91ji witted unless be NBl riS dam Cablwa Xbngc tabfe way VhKk irh tpIjtedi wltt be the longest in Ute te to be mstietcd ont e A side tie Ajdo mount 1i- IIpIii ris fB ot Adolf Be Coet er TWswWe nT Is t exteaid j iCMiecAo stetloa of the Xortberm railroad for A to of tMrtyttro mltss 1tte at tMI aM m bct 14913 t the am level M the trriJ tatt Wfltlbe ejected at tfe mIII be lieiv iSi11ILtINo lest thee eJaattyseveil miles 6 rope will be requitilf j r the cable way The proect win asfpsfiitate nufyy n Jfathare to spaBjBorges 2800 hot wide lly OfeetdeefL If ne cable way Bto ha Te a carryiig capadfty of forVfatr Jsis of ore jXT hew and aa SusIntng 1I11i ps tmk atebd nirJ fen i r AitRorne t I audminbi Thet1sito5ja Ta and thIEs ThuIargV pOles Tbeo oo f were put up which the ftaplst native liked so well that he task tbenLboaae to ose la Wts buslnessu The neiposw stopped tbis amusement by pwiaJtutoc ae tti U the pole ifl flBut his JNfaf maa Dot prt tthe Bsadarleg tbsaajpei1 Jfr m Mlasser against the pIu tpbooe pole If a acratci4 flspbjmts i ce 5Ivymt use It ufMIBMriy all toe cork vsei 1p England twt the ItaHaa supply has fallen off ffreatiy otvlate 7mrL li some ppar tore the trees hive been cut down Sor coAKoal and tt other they bava OCM trUed o account of their high hveInm Cork trees fgCslIy re ch o1Weex The yI1d ork Ia r thirt to do c uel- s has Wee d kL- lirseblssssfeust eu- ttBaIFiN rmt sWkhom i- roir taL y v d piiheofla ii the hetebit aM of s 0 uc frw the tit- byab1gtretI1aolt esf wir which ww W be a tt 4 IJr when ravetfd watb vieS tsmi they ul wt to 5adani the joo asiazIa ObjUHattou made bf ers shows that It take l twenty pounds off tetastaft i5 tt I jiitn ofitfom weight In a th0 l d steer and that It takes frS4 j tweety4bree to twentyel lit o per day to make a daily gain of pounds It can be readily see necessary it is for eii feeder t feeding to i scieuce and to 04 such feed or combination of ffl will produce the greatest gftta 4sr r PoL If you would have witut poultry A few ini it flsast be understood ti FfwbJ most hare frejdi deal tors and be kept fr t fta Bttea Varied rstioas l0st regularly and give plenty of sk water r r L JWjjTHE NJEVV9EAEJ 0 l r j th rV I OWERS i I nII 1 jt 0 TH1IIt Iu1s J r tvocrtt1ILJfripc- t use EtUJ tt bs the peW tolIN4 8OIIOIrtiP Tha Ue iM aWl jnrf r bly Ljes a Lad ttacked at herv MM T Do you aw ttt rIasked thatwMsTytLt 8IIe Upd to attnrer hewt is lJIII- t iii 1 lUll iiiiye u sst 1i oceTmy- t Mlf b la Iattai At eveirts I I bar A auui pHvttpf fit ufwaine e nefL kLI w bif y ttfht ktr jreat w betf with a IIICt Atwakiiig I lib di v tr t I SMMv BM WpXMi MMaUMIW Cktrlsas teem aoppfe aM trg track to gMt cds tlNs aIr W a cfoiBW aaa jh fis WlTf ergetteu m ot mOe eopMer- j A Mais pviritef be M eated RMil Bs icfcr a adkcd I tiis k l len 1senar4i e wudbee JaiI anw s kplwfaaJr leauioc his SieM 0a blla u4 e be peeped tfcr agh hta sUm fiu He cookl aiawct read the girls T aft p t fem late m sfc ttot kritte btai tet be was 1 JJNif ifce aesds oaly to see1 r 1 bii i Kta a few tlflMSr a d ibe 4 wW ffclt uaerbajMls o WMIe 0 CIisy tat e out wto and tiNt whtek Ja all kfc Hft ad tbik cy liiiirkr made wevetbece i eI3e =of emte8teitat t4Ig S t iIgDoUe a Vk k i Mtwre 1 Abs ritefwM iu her great 7 zret Chrism WM W B moo l to k1IiIIt Ktjw oi V ig7 tWu JMB seemed i U iad fiiIM ot bad ever JJlf dUbsespeopltion- sI lld tCIa with true Gallic t Her beart was fr I ost brkl ff and 1beet tI worldly rtodom m that sipli hearts Bust ipV lie hMdiwr frea the workU M ijlttttde rf lier life Catrlau tkha4ceeivMagreatloVe a rtqRyMKfc w a fey are capa bte pfatiatebic be it ftr weal or woe 1 W uJalere ioced walke rfoot FiM wltki a grave MttMraUMi wbidi took lCr breath F awajr wlbm abc ibovgkt ot It It was c a hi all t briWil It was nothing 1 zil ttIl1VWple She MIld J Mwt 5 MMl drikre At thte time it mmiiil imbeftTKMe She must turn tf lurf rwd MM ae ti did not know 1wbssil iMat M4M oM must suffer It ai TM iM this that Clawcte de Ckauxville- itftmraAc to aMlt Mr that people akoaltl p inpuaIaked r mM t r M parpose cmsI y tick but she I thO aMnrer 4Ts rceeltH ilye aU- t tbe7r ke s Iseppetable the 7htI wiet 1 ak favqrlte mttic frfgram atic Catrlaa a seeiid Eve wayI Sbla and ber aUMce fare klm 3 dVat1i4 wwild be pttlkMB to all audi men kt adi Z e Chavxrille They deserve no 1 ptr fur tbey baye oWn BOK The r MB retllllT a wo aa is worthy rHe aertr lBl ini tbe MBteace Her 4 p jaMiiiBaie eyes met his Her jai ows Vith one final crash c MI ifce Ariit ite rose and crossed tMlMI M tttr she saM shall I ring for trIfben tbe cMmtess awoke De Chaux i eia tBraJiir ever some sheets of uk at te p4ue It A CHAPTER XXI f 2 11 ttMer1t TKAKING howling wind from the potih from the bound IMS jHMir clad plalBs of Russia k that lf between the Keva and 44 Ils se a gray sky washed 1 i o M wXb a huge brush dipped in 1L IIJ mrif wMteatag and the plains of ff4 Tijsr a si UIidaiiKllBg level of snow 1k TTbe INIOW was falliBg softly and edtt faSIs little more than- ipcrature wltJia 40 t r seawfressiagjoInt J iAais tM piaia Mi Tver before the uwtaei1gkwastear1ngU 1 iait JM bowrcoald lay hoof to J sdatrackefItwasasai- te rm teem pelBt to pokit across a J Jif i A MiIuug feetre of the winter of p sbPa sta I tH glorlCHM unccr iisjtr He sMWfalkr At Tver the vcathstiflM lied seW rbi has nOt all fallen yet ii ig It Is Bellow in the ahMarch Is nearly gone kkoqd o thehoteJa good I viwtlBg pace facing the broad oargedeaMIePrlncetleo flth m iIIn tbe world Over But j jjisitowB a strange restlessnevi fstmkajt 4 rire i hurry forward it Lbe ba i Tvert the hotel l and there was an V Tatthe place g + srflht exprfgs from St rraIMHC M4 aepeslted thee OB the piut i fra ia the early rnoaI4 gtelametz btji Ujsgrt it them Gisse4 slelf hs from CMNnw were awaHiBg them A lluka t Hhwakfast was prepared at fibW IMay a ftl bsrats were posted s along tba wed Tb riiey te Qt no had base earatidty plaoiisd aM ar JbyRtebimeta a UBS am s c or gaa The iMfb drive across tbe to be aEeopftsb4d IB ten rL atM7r In Amerf catts Y1 F BAH jcttas IyeA tightened her fatigue VaHfabtd Site played her part before tile crowd of bewlng servants with tbat jJsfgetf lBess of were bodily fa tIlie wklktli is xpectl Of princesses aid other great ladies ghe swept up the brMd staircase leaning on Pauls ana arkk j carriage fc presence n daz a1Hlf1rHttIf beauty which did not tail let Iioi resa the onlookers What ever Etta way have failed to bring to Paul Howard Alexla as a wife she me biM a aaatchlea princess He M kac straight through the- raw1ag rt to the suit of rooms wblck wee hers These consisted of SB at roow a email drawing roo- mft4JIflrat spartunts bcyond Paul stspped IB the drawing room tooklBf road with a simple satlsfnc t1ow IB aW that had been done by his enters for 1ttascointortare TItHe your rooms He was uo adept at turning a neat phrase at reeling off a pretty honey WOOB welcome Perhaps he expected her to express delight to come to him possibly RBd kiss lib AS some women would buy done She looked round critically Yes she s Wtbey are very nice She crossed the room and drew aside the curtain thai covered the double latticed windows The room was so warm that there was no rime on the panes 8he gave a little shudder and he went to her side putting his strong quiet arm around her JBelow them stretchier away be iteath the brilliant moonlight lay the country that was his inheritance Im mediately beneath them at the foot of the great rock upon wblcb the castle was1 built nestled the village of Os ieriio straggling squalid V5h she said dully this Is Siberia Tills is terriblel 5t had never presented Itself to him that light The wonderful stretch of Country over which they were looking It is not so bad he said In the daylight And that was all forbe had no per f aatlve tongue That Is the village he went on after a little pause Those are the people who look to us to help them InI their light against terrIble odds hoped that you would be Interested them1I fpI She looked down curiously at the tIe wooden huts half burled In the show the smoking chImneys the twin kUng curtalnlcss vrlndo a Wimt do you expect me to dofaho asked In a queer voice He looked at her in a sort of wonderment Perhaps It seemed to hlrn that a woman should have no need to ask such a question tlIt Is a long story be saldI will tell you about ltnnoth time You are tired now after our Journey His arm slipped from her waist They stood side by side and both were conscious of a feellnfe of difference They w te not the same as they had been In London The atmosphere of Russia seemed to have bad some subtle effect upon tbeofc Etta turned and slit slowly down on a low chair before the llre She had thrown her furs aside and they lay a luxurious heap on the floor The 1ln hearing that tbe prince and princess were together waited silently In the next room behind the closed door I think I bad better bear it now said Etta But you are tired protested her husband You had better rest until dinner time Xo I am not tiroo He camp toward her and stood with one elbow on the mantelpiece looking dwn nthera quiet strong man who had already forgotten his feat of endurance of a few hours earlier These people he said would die of starvation and cold and sickness if we did not help them It is simply Im possible for them In the few months that they can work the land tocultl vate it so as to yield any more than their taxes They are overtaxed and one cares The army must be kept Ino and a huge civil service and iio one what happens to the peasants Some day the peasants must turn but not yet It Is a question for all Rus slab landowners to face and nobody faces it If any qne tries to Improe- the condition of his penults tbey were happier a thousand times as serfs the bureaucrats of St Petersburg mark him down and he Is forced to leave the country The whole fabric lot this government is rotten but everyone except the peasants would suffer by Its full and therefore It stands Etta was staring into the Are It was Impossible to say whether she heard with comprehension or not Paul went oni There Is nothing left therefore but to go and So goad by stealth I studied medicine with that view Stelnmctz has scraped and economized the work ing of the estate for the sane purpose The government will not allow us to have a doctor They prevent us from organizing relief and education on any thing like an adequate scale They do It all by underhand means They have not the pluck to oppose us open ly For years we have been doing what we can have almost cradi- leated cholera Tbey do not die of starvation now And they are learn ing very slowly but stilt tbey are lelmlngWcIthougbt you might be Interested In your people You might want to Ielptt She gave a short little nod There was a suggestion of suspense In her whole belrir am attitude as If she rere waiting to hear sometbing which she knew couldjiot be avoided uA few i nago he went onua gigantic acbgine was set on foot I told you a little about itthe Charity league Her lips moved but no sound conic from them so she nodded a second time That fell through he went on 1 tw you It was betrayed Btepan I jHrichvvir as baBishcd He has es ttt bWever Steinmett has seen ItaV jf scce 4ed la destroying some at the jiBilhn befre tbeplace was Marcbed aiac the Tsbbery eoe paper hi partkolar JTf lie bad Biatfdesiroyed I hottri b ve bee baiitetaed I one of JINt Vmkm II h Charity St5IbflZ and I jtthe thing- would baebee n for the Uapp keIs millions of pcasantisI- fi t had t not been betrayed in time whalt 1iIid ut wllo did itHe paused He did not say what s ouM do when he had found out Etta was staring Into the fire Her lips were dry She hardly seemed to bebreathingIIt is possible he went on In his strong quiet Inexorable voice that tepan Lanovitch knows now Stelnmetz had not betrayed the secret of his masters wife Ptti lfd not movft ns Paul smoke Elmt was sturlftq into the frc cno was waring into tim nre starins staring Then she slowly fainted rolling from the low chair to the fur hearth rug Paul picked her up like a child and carried her to the bedroom where the HWlds were waiting to dress her herO ho nh1fyQUi mlniress lisa fainted from the fajtlgue of tthe Jour Hey And with his practiced medical knowledge ho hlmsqlf tended hOI tf CHAPTER XXII WAYS gay always gayf laugh fd Stelnmetz rubbing his broad hqnds together anti looking down into thp fhce oft Maggie who vas busy pp iup urqaK fut table Yes answered the girl glancing toward Paul leaning against the win dow reading hilt letters Yes always gay Why not Karl Stelnmetz saw the glance It WAS One of the little dally incidents that one sees and half fgrgpts He only half forgot It As she spoke ne half turned toward Paul as It suggesting that ho should give nn opinion ntnd this little action tbnIsay to Stelnmetz but toward Paul her mcqtal attitude was different She wjis probably unaware of this little tact IThero she said after n pause 11I have obeyed Etta p Instructions 0ho does not want us to begin I suppose fI O1tfPpUed Paul She will be down in a minute I hope the princess Jg not tired said Stelnmeta with a certain formal politeness which Deemed to ac company any mention ofEttas name Not at all thank you replied Et ta herself comjng Into the room at that moment She looked fresh anti self confident On the contrary I am full of energy and eagerness to explore the castle One naturajly takes an Interest In ones baronial halls With this she walked slowly across to the window She stood therelook ing out and every one In the room was watching On looking for the first time on the same view a few moments earlier Maggfe had uttered a little l cry of surprise anti had then remained silent Etta looked out of the window and said nothing It was a most sin gulqr outlook weird uncouth prehis tone as some parts of the earth still nroTbo castle was built on the edge of 4 perpendicular cliff On this side It nas Impregnable Any object drop ped from the breakfast room window would fall a clear 200 feet to the brawling Oster river The rock was black and shining like the topmost whereIthe boundless steppe a sheet ot virgin snow Etta stood looking over this to the far horizon where the whlto snoW and the gray sky softly merged t Into one Her first remark was characteris tic as first and last remarks usually areAnd as tar as you can see Is yours she asked Yes answered Paul simply with that calm which only comes with hereditary possession The observation attracted Stqinmetzs attention He went to another window and looked across the waste critically t Four times as far as we can see Is l his he said Etta looked out slowly and compre hensively absorbing it all like u long sweet drink There was no hereditary calmness in her sense of possession And where is Thors she asked Paul stretched out his arm pointing with a lean steady finger Vlt Ilea out tIieretIie answered Another of the little Incidents that are only half foi gpttcn Some of the persons assembled hI that room remem bered the pointing long afterward It makes one feel very small said Etta Burning to the breakfast tnble at no time a pleasant sensation Do you know she said after a little pause I think It probable that I shall become very fond of Osteruo but I wish It was nearer to civilization Paul looked pleased Stelnmctz had a queer expression ou his race Mug gie murmured something about ones surroundings making but little differ ence to ones happiness and the sub ject was wisely shelved After breakfast Stelnmetz withdrew Now sold Paul shall I show you tho old place you and MaggieV Etta signified her readiness but Mug gle said that she had letters to write that Etta could show her the castle another tithe when the men were out shooting perhaps ButsttIlEttn I shall do It Jior rlbly badly They are not my an cestors you know I shall attach the stories to theNyrong people and locate the ghost in the wrong room You will be wise to take Pauls guidance JCo thank you replied Maggie quite firmly and frankly T feel lix dined to write and the feeling Is rare so I must take advantage of it The girl looked at her cousin with something In her honest blua eyes that aln ost amounted to wonder Etta was always surprising her There wits a whole gamut of eejlng an octave of allowY half formed girlish instincts of wb4 Ittaf 3W fd to be deprived if- Iiad cer1i4 tlm po4taace was leftot whJtQ i AtftlSt- Iaa uuuy riKuMU ta cdoie to Rusfehk Wbeii1b511l jresiwd itet fer do so she accepted wltkfal svtittii wbwWr Thcro was something wliielili did net- wIl4erstititd the dooe hAd ild behind t CM aggie stood for some minutes by tlivlntlow looking out over the snowwauVplaln the rugged broken oc1 bcnct ber lea she tn uedtOvthe writing table She resolutely tlaokpw andjiapqV but the least thing Bwmdttovdlstfact her attention the coron8q5 the note pa per cost her five inlniraftbf fyptC re flection She took up htPzeIL again and wrote Deai IotuerNJ The room grow darker Maggie looked up The snow had begun ngMnIr- was driving past the window wTft a silent purposeful monotony The glfi drew the writing case toward her She examined the pen critically and dipped it Into the Ink But she added nothing to tile two words already writ ten The castle of Ostenio Is almost Unique In the particular that one roof covers the ancient anti the modem buildings The vast reception rooms worthy of the name of strlc rooms ad join the small stono built apartments of the fortress which Pauls ancestors hold against tho Tartars This grim mot side of the building Paul reserved to the last for reasons of his own and Ettas manifest delight in the grandeur of the more modern apartments tUllI rewarded When himIrooms to the dimmer passages of tho old castle Ettas spirits visibly dropI pod her Interest slackened He told liar of tragedies enacted lu bygone times auclr ancient tales of violent death and broken hearts as attach themselves to gray stone walls and dungeon keeps She only half listen ed for her mind was busy with the splendors they had left behind with the purposes tq which such gpJondors could bi tnrnpd And the stun total of lies thoughts was gratified vanity I nm glad your grandfather brought French architects here and built the modern side she said These rooms are of course very Interesting but gloomy horribly gloomy Paul All the same I like these roms answered Paul Stelnmetz antil I used to live entirely on tWfl BldP Of the house Thins tho smoking Toora J We shot tlioso bears and nil tho deer That Is a wolfs head He killed a keeper before I finished hIm off And how did you finish him off she asked ImOckCtllnewere four lays out in the open after that CUIlhlil s n lywca queer face rattler liLt De eiinuxviUe Tim dogs killed him But wilY d ox you not paper the room h8kedfitir wJth n ahlvor Jol stead ot tliiiMing It Is sugIestheare no aecr passages an swered Paul But there Is a room behind here This ft the flgq I will show It to you presently I have things In tthere I want Jo show you I keep all my medicine appliances In there It Is our secret surgery and office in tthat room thocharlty league was organized Etta turned away suddenly and went to the narrow wlqdow where she sat on n low window oat looking down Into thp snowplnli depths 11 did not know yqu were n duo tor site said III doctor the peasants replied Paul In n rough mid rosily way I took my degree on purpose Hut of course theydo not know that It Is L They think I am a doctor from Moscow I put on an old coat and wear scarf so that thfycannot see my face I only go to them at night It would never do for the government to know that wp attempt to rfo Rood to the ppftsnnta We have tto keep It n se r toNI from tho people themselves And they hate us They groan and thoot when we drtto through the til lage lint they never nttempt to do us any harm They are too much afraid crust otImcdlclnetbQdisinfectants which had become the recognized outward sign of the Moscow r doctor And do other people other noble men try Jo do this sort of timing tooVV asked Etta at length Catrlna I tnovltch dOs replied Paul She she found me out confound horj Etta had risen she was looUJm curl rIrInDOYUIlsnua SSoUtI Impoverished soil like hnpov erished blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist bvanulyz ing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different product If your blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give lit the rich red corpuscles that youIn a and fat is the element lacking- in yo ur system There is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimi Ilated as Scott5 Emulsion Cod Liverlof Oil It will noupish and strengthen the body when milk and cream failto do it Scotts Emulsion is always the same alvVays palatable and always beneficial yhere the body isvvasting from childrenlor riehuelubil w on the wrapper of every bottle of Emul sionyoubuy31TT MWKE CHEMISTS 4II1sv1tJLwTo1k flOe and f100 All IDruggjata sr zik uiJUMiird vrcre iuil s itcett1 yiq4liel li Wetilisngiii ne had foeLmkh1silierto go 1Wp itie Junto ed and looked at himk 1Fou9d ypu out Horjshe asked with afqueer smite Saw through my disguise YjM she would do thatsaid Etta alo to herself What Is 1htsl i0rjjiie asked J after a pause jT V Itlleads to an inrier roam t replied- flaul where 8ieinmetz usually fprks h r nnfopeliedf11went on In UJ train of her thoughts rJSd Catrlna knows Yes t 4ndJf9 one else2 Pjau made no a Trttor he had pajeJipn into the roaliier roomr where fetelntnjeb was seated at a writing talile 1Ett3ntlani 4Gan1ooklag up withliia pleasant smile r cow iverythlnjr A And he venton ri1lng CHPTER XX II T HE table dhote otthelloteljle Moscou at Tver h d Just begun A Russian table dhotct Is anything but hilarious In Its tendency A certain nuiubervof grave faced gentlemen and a feW broad Jowled ladies are visibly constrained by the force of circumstance to dine at the same table and hour pretensImotive lisa brouglytliem together In deed they eachJstMpe t the other of being n Germaitorif nlhllist or worse still a government servant Time table dhote of the Hotel de toIway there are no exceptions to general rules The personal habits of the na the of Cronstadt differ In 410 way from those of time czars subject living In Petropavlovsk 8000lmllc3 away Around the long table of the host were seated at respectable Intervals nI dozen or more gentlemen who gazed stolidly at cacti other tram time to Unit while tile host himself smiled broadly upon them all Of these dozen gentlemen wo have only to deal with onen man ot broad high forehead Of colorless eyes of a mnxkllkc fnce who consumed what was put before him with as little noise as possible Known in Paris as that Vasslll this traveler t M Vasslll was evidently desIrous of attracting as little ottontlonas circum obvlousIt1traveled In the Interest of braid or delChnuU1e surprIseIeyo t tnllltestiitwuklbIIhesp two worthies went through the weird courses provided by a cook FrenchIt number of his bedroom In large figures on the label of his botUeof wipe nftor tho manner of wise commercial travelers in continental hotels lIe subsequently turned the bottle around that Claude de Onauxville could scarcely tall to read the number and with a vague and general bow he left tho room Before lonp il discreet knock at the door of Vassllls room announced the arrival of the expected vlsltpr Entrez cried Vasslll And te Chauxville stood before him A pleasure said Vasslll behind his tffiwlen fcettthlt I did not anticipate In Tver1 fl nd consequently one that carries Its pwn mitigation An dtantlclpated pleasure my friend Is Always mop portune I make no doubt that you were sorry to see mo 4On the contrary Will you slU uIcnn hardly believe Went on De Chauxvlllo taking the proffered chair that my appearance was opportune on the principle ha lIlfJthat a flower growing out of place Is a weed Gen tlemen otthcehhome office prefer I know tQf travel quietly lIe spread out lila expressive hands as It smooth Ing the path of M Vasslll through this stony world Incognito he added guilelesslyAOne does not publish ones nr from the house tops ropll dssian with n glimmer ofJgHWn lila eyes especially if ItJUfpen to be not quite obscure but bjflveen friends my dear baron betwedf friends VYcs Then Wat are you doing In Tver lirqulred Dp Chauxvllje with cnRaplnK frankness Ah that is a long story But I will tell yojnever fearI will tell you on thio usual termsIjihQeinquired the Frenchman lighting a cigarette IaS8m accepted the match with ja a ewIthe cx tlinrige phanxvlllcprobability fully Informed as tobls movements past and prospective I am going to visit some old frlehds In this government the Lnnovitcbesnt- Ihors C Ah 1lon know them Vasslll rEused his snouldcrs anti made a little gesture with his cigarette as much as to say Why usk- De Chauxville looked at his compan ion keenly lie was wondering wheth er this man knew that he Claude do Chauxville loved Etta Howard Alexis and consequently hinted her husband lIe was wondering how much orhow little this Impenetrable individual knew and suspected have always said observed Vas IIsuddenly that for unmitigated lm pertinence the me n diplomatist tIht And what would you desire that I should for the same commodity give you now ATvoman There was a short silence in the room while these two birds of a feather reflected Suddenly Vasslil tapped himself on the chest with ills forefinger was I he said who crushed IU very dangerous movementthe detirbl1lo1Ied forward nnd tapped with one linger on the knee of DO Clmuxvlllc as If JIreplied the Frenchman rather coldly nfer1allVasslll for the moment amUthp maur ner of the latter was verging on the familiar IIThe woman wl1olod nethe league papers dined ntwf l iJiJTocaCinCebTifc Laxative Bromo Quinine LotAba iu uia lorimgnt ago sari Vasslll with a staccato tap on his companions knee by way of emphaste to each word Then my friend I cannot congrat ulate you on the soeletyInwblch- you move replied Do Cbanxvllle mimicking his manner BahlShe was itprtacesslh V A princesiir 5 Yest ytfiir qualntance M Tfr MITlii was news Indeed De Chaux vllicl leaned hack and passed his slim white hand across his brow with a slow pressure as If wiping some writ lug front nftlftejs If Ids forehead bert jthoTrritJngof his thoughts anti he WaV wiping It away And the thoughts bje thus oncealedwho can count them The first thought was that If he badknown this three months earlier lie could jiave mad Etta mar ry him WlthEtla for his wife he might have been a dirferjent man SBut time news earning thus too late onltserved attvlh purpose for IB that lla81i f thought Cljjude de CbanxtUte saw PauTs secrets given to him PauLi wealth meted out to him Paul In exile Paul deaden Siberia where death comes easily Trails widow Claude de Chauxyilles wlfoV You said her eh huaband lie obsenpd Why Why did you add that little eh my friend nnher more than a year ago said YassJUl received an offeribf the pa pers connected with a great scheme In this country After certain Inquiries had been made I accepted the offefTxI paid a fabulous price for the papers They wore brought to mebya lady wearing n thlckeJla lady I had never seen before I naked no ques tions and paid her the nfbncy It sub sequently transpired that time papers had been stolen as you perhaps know from the house of Count Stepan Lane vltchrtbe house to which you happen to be going at Thors Well that la all ancient history It is to be sup posed that the papers were stolen by Sydney Bamborough who brought them hereprobably to this hotel where his wife was stiylng He hand This teat netr lndc d conveyedItoaehed Petersburg they would have whoIhad been staying In his bouse Barn borough a man with a oubtfuJ repu tatlon In the diplomatic world a pro fessed doer of dirty Jobs Foreseeing this and knowing that the league was a big thing with n few violent members on Its books Sydney Bamborough did not attempt to leave Russia by the western route lIe probably decided to gd through Nijni down the Volga across the Caspian and so on to Per ala anti India You follow me Perfectly answered De ChauxvlHo coldly I have been here a week went on tho Russian sU II- L out link by link till the vnln IVhen the bus baud and wife parted She went west soIand afer a moment Vasslli went on stat ing his case with lawjrcrilke clever ness IA body was found the steppe the body of a middle aged man dressed as a small commercial traveler would dress He had a little money in his pocket but nothing to identify him lIe was burled here I- nTer by the policy who received their Information by an anonymous post card posted in Tver The person who had found the body did not want to be Implicated In any Inquiry 2ow wjho found the body Who was thO dead man Mrs Sydney Bamborough had assujned that the dead man was her husband on time strength of that as sumption she had become a princess A frail foundation upon which to build UP lher fortunes ci5 bodyIperceiving the jk1k pqlnt In lila com pnAlons chain of argument It was reported holy in the local newspapers It replied voamH 4lftnd re posted In one or two continental journals as the police were ofpplnlon that the mann was a orcfCTett Any one watching the newspapers would see Jt otherwise the incident might pass un observed Mid you think said De Chaux vlllesuppress1ng liIsexeiterpeiit wjtfr mn effort that the lady baV rJs everything i upon a supposition kedI 1tIlie jCiinuxvIljle8 dull eyes glenmedjl for a moment with an unwoutcdi lightsi uShemnyhae Information of which you are ignorant1 he suggested Precisely It Is that particular point which gives me trouble nt the present moment It Is that that I wish to diK cover aelsowHence your sodden low K cw munlcntlveness he1 sald Vnsslll nodded fSYou cannot find ttor yourself so you seek my help went onth Frenchman Again tbe RfMalait Mfd Ilk kead And yoar prfce1 saU De QhaMix Yllfe When y a have the luf erpiatkn you my same JMt ewm price said the Russian ceMtf There WHa loag silence Before speaking De Chauxrllle turned and took a glass of liquor from the table Hft band was not oalt iriiwifo w J bw iIDS7LJi L 1 1 The First ilBdkfII SPJUNGFJKLD icy Up iGaplim 590000 1 S11pIMI S n4l U 1tI it mJri V f ERSiiB r Lltseji President JH W LtwvicePsiitA sE4rroYJ Cashier L Thbain a 4aBtpjM r I Foster BookKeeper h ft imECTdRS B It tltseyi J W Lewis JSMpcy Green FMCaiup IIbell Rs Eaeten H Mru 4ydi6 oirii t tfJVe grant every favor cpRJatent with safe baaitls n s respevttfullT solicited t v s iilb fEff 1tI- r I 1 t1it I iff IThebejfat Msl thud fOr ow ad food PTeIphone95rrSPRINOP1EJ- A KY JOBN MCELIIOY 0 L LiTor 1WroyWhar1on Iusukallh4BIaFTEstateAnts Firs IrIW 1 f Laid IoUl OIl + r f j Jt + ajl Li +J Office over Peoples Bank VT i nttet11Itwatch The silence was a compact When the lady dined with you In Paris did she recognize you1tth ask ed Yes but she did not know that I recognized her For the moment they both overlook edStelnmetz De Chauxville stood reflecting And your theofy he said respecting Sydney Bamborough wbaf Is It If hcgof away to NljnllaDdfeYiga It IIs probable that he Is in eastern Siberia or In Persia at this moeaefit He lisa not had time to get right ftcosii Asia yet CHArTkn XXIV A WEEK later Catriuy watchingi from the window pfhr 0111 small room say Paul lift Et la from the sfelgh and tM sight mAde ber clinch her hands until the knucMes shone like polished Ivory She wetft slowly downstairs to the1 Jong dimly lighted drawing room As she entered sho heard Upr mothers cackling voice Yes princess the countess was saying It iaa quaint old house lit t tie more than a fortified farm 1 know But husbands family were always strange They seem always to have Ignored the little comforts and ele gnnclea of life It Is most Interesting answered Ettas voice and Catrina stepped forward Into the light Formal greetings were excha- ngeRtTtwtitnn leek ax4 toward the door I kFk1Ck j had just com gke twas looking for hef li was Claude de ClwuxTj fer wiw e appearance Etta was waittig Paul and SftelnaMtx eaMd at the same moment by another doo ai4 Qatrina who was talklag ta Mag fIoeItI English suddenly stepped Ah Catriiia said Paul we have I broken new ground for yov Tkere i was no track from here to Ojkeraa through The forest 1 made oae thl afternoon so youliav6 no exciMe let remaining away now TIlukyou answered Catrlms withdrawing her old kibdkiMrritdl 1j from lila friendly grasp Miss Delaflcld wjfnt oa Pa J twl mires our country as snack as yes 4s I was Just telllag MUHteaaoUfttta aaid3fpggie speekin Yreack with II Rest Engllsk accWt f oSr jYesthe other eod of the gtoaiy MMM yea nICjsonic happy associations and matijr s rr- rowfull often Uut tbflflO4t bow Isalated we aref nIt Is rather Vtar apracceded Etta how at attewMa DurestcdSariPrIfldee 18ft weade Paris and Thors Bb Ja the aaipe world Before ourr trembies we Used to Jein Paris a rUoor- ear tie At lleast dfdr wklle wy peer husband traveled aiboat He bad hobby you know poor man Huinaiiltr wan lila hobby I have always ftmitd Jiftti mei who seek to do good to tbeir frjfewa lCllecr thanked Tiisreiai a fittte gratitude In the iudlvblnal inoaeizi the 1lcett SnnsWered Etta abscwtir- r M coTrnnjEaujLIJ t f PI WIS JtIpMDt yea eiii ttVlay poker With a ttamui4e p1JaiaSke4 a dtbtmi wkose eyea I44Wnff batidn gave alps of a thPS5tSSIJck of nervous p rtratkm 1ot1dlc118tJt- lctob t Fit tTff do any mor suet 1lataifate t yea es fl5 lags when he baa p a big tta- nd seem that tt other skfe of the table picker and hoar Wa aiy IW gKflMM lMiW rUpppnllB ti3oIc tk WraUi on A mans nei While bt is wnitlnf for the verd- iawfulIndiauflpOhil Jourua1 t11 i 4 cere 1i 1 71 I M J7TrIi I tf oIl tlOJ 1 butter Lifk my attth iretters wII Be AIeadin ifThe- Co TTIZRZ WIL- TRAOTIVZ ALI GOING PLZTE NEWSPAPER eyaJiki l both one 111- Thialsior cab AI4Q lb ctffnion uo fbioffer must be NawsLzig oI iILaxatiTe HOIlIITAR l An ic rwtmcnt over all cough Lbttf and Bronchial tRemedies Cures Coughs Strsmgthen the Lungs and Gently Mov t the Bowels Pkiaant to the taste and fbod sIIk for Young and Old PPRZD B- VpMsIccIcaLeLs Sold at Haydons Pharm SI riua