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iYJ wMi ndbow- i tI t NUk to a4iiLhe 1i e T BJor backaja lth grafrjsr KrnIeetuxijur uut uett huh tbitr 1r es in the seas- ean that float and ovr1O- 1aid 1 i obag i k tbata1i it theIip5ttTl of tJtbirdsii tk t1Isaid the wQrds itthtfo tndte alitne tjier flee a g1oous v p- srcnchea tie leaves that loved Jt A IlL1JM4 a gqlden ruEsettIEiiian g1eam Jiitte old Az14aidreni- c P Tie fruits of Ua t cBtbantei tree TMflaiAac1dlnrobbecfr nc I4 ewaV windiaak ahdIanpy blood a tlit enlfi oY rtaneheart rip as the apptes grow 6iharait oto g tol i 7 JaiiesWb1tcomb Rijey s WTERIRISINGThere jsa v eoaepondent of the Lbuisti Ufe i Sfp pers over at Tay Wai k etjterprisingini his h d Woih not always np iprda te Another characteristic wttthKCQiresponcfent appears b ekhis penchant for reaching f1Or 2 ewg His territory iie ac1ide SpenCer ndaniJ1 8Urrbitndrgoounties which gives hiHxiHrid Kd for work We- nhpye difijKi Sed also that our unknown HSJgnct is a regular Clerof the NBWSLBAPER rEQ orthree weeksago or seY eta days after the publication of the NE5JSLRAiER containing an fp account of the accident which c befellMr BaKer Ballard who- I i- Jnarrowjy escaped death by being I 9fl over by a por tabled engine I here appeareai in the Louisville Tunes a special dated Taylors ville and giving an t1ntofa- th ocideni A peculiarity of tpe ipeitas thefaclthat the tii contained the exact Ian II- guage of beicco ntas itap peered in the NEwsVtEADBfib A1sbi week the Times fJSaturday contained a speciall from T ylorsvill piying an ac t ounb of the youngboy George CoMlter hanging himself near NOivUlethiS county This occurred just a week before Athel TaylorsvUls spoo alman gDtj t buitbe item werit iin just ame as Taylorsyille news theI U1f ThiEEETSThp to IJ rus Ewth tbe opei latioaof prppertjp owner 1QPgJ certain streets have stated a nwvemenl to widen the streets which iionlaces are much tqo narrow to look ivell or to af 1Qtiloom for tlia increased I travel pf the town The work 4 lite been begun on Walnut street IiOrth of Main and it is under 09d that the mai lty of the jpwopkrtijir owners along that thor wibrr have consenied to hav th movedbakfor tlie Silfiija grJSetfc Some ofibe J i4etit whose jnroperty byiUeCsttofft process ate xe d Wfcs4o J4cree1fco the sacrifice Ihss cpp1sat cI tjieetor b iSle tgyt This Js Popet ctj eiettIa to g satifa tiOn o botti kKie wiholitany legal prc ceedJs T1dwn uthoritie- hYe 3 l Q IJ tV fo Foped io pubaic ijtb it pensating tbowetherr but iIical6itbecoJ itJa thought that 1- 2Mioprooeeaiiis jI5SD i lanMcl M tt the caseI of Lj curing JjjtIlfway lot P iieetsW Uirougl priIiojr- 4y4u iijeoe- s ti l i- Ip p oEt1 1f11 tf rtiie4s hse ei1J itbeiAb icf nfkrltqit feiioe too 5kr lMit awl ia such cases rs tirt1 caxi be cpApelled I- oibtck Tjt early settlers of cl4iI evi4eBd not baflton thewnbeoomingsic h uimpor eitTOtk Y would bye libd out Daa uUIIb wtflbre4ti If Is 1 i CIquesiO1 t rs1t Wornise4 to ddji lqUCQU ideration iiIthevetnear futume- s the seweTsyttfni for ttietovm he staterit iimade that the twn has n tmojaey in iits treasf ry with which to build sewers jS or anything ise which lstuetno ghJln until x some provisionb s ma4e for fundsbe4uestion of loheeweJa by thetown mut beihe1l up Itis only a question of w iheiiMirejnust b2 a bon- dSprnesuneatu I tikea fl provideund a f91kb 6need d i ublic improvements but in the meantime some steps mnbbtakenxsyith the best meanjiSff pblerovern as have become imam eratiVefor the safety of the ty Citizens haying l water wor s invtheu houses orrlaces of businesslia e5 in gev biil e s at their expel inThth isionsbthel municipal amthoriot seems to be boutiPje only ccthofiiieljQumber of ses aboutse setownwlin ftfiund 1fairsheal1sit aoPeri1tojt91lesmus provide FtisiJ f1 t Sii1inLrtIIttS tktitisshowstartiing mor iiIpoi appendits nd- er1fd1mitis Tof preveri atid ire these awful diseases there s justpneiceliable r mfcdy Dr Kjfnas New Lfo Pills i4 finnerv or QU1lQg1 mouse lce J hicago hey- eii E0 equal on3tipa Lion ud BfliOusnei C 4 at Haydon driItr r i REPORT OF THE CONDITION dS1 THE KFJR8I ATIOHA AtSpringfleldrin the State t n cky3 af the close or U8ht8 March li 1905 Pfo 176V eEso cs T Loans and Dlsconnta 4221463 99 Overdrafts secured and up Secured j 5680QO IT S Bonds to secure cit entatlonkoo 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 500000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 16351 I ue from approved reserv edaJltentB125Z3C79Merchandise J 658150 Notes of other National banks 4300 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 169O1- LAWFTThMONEV fRESBBVE m JANE VIZ Specie J 862o280 12i76280fRedemtTta8 ire 5 per cent oftcircnlattohj1 gSOQOO Total L L 8333199n tOapittl Itock paid in 8 5000000 Surplus fund 2000000 Ied Undivided profits lees ex b- pensesandtaxespaId 35 780iNational l Bank notes but i IltaDulnt 6000000 Duo to 9tb National banks 48621fl Due to State Bank8 and Bankersu + vt 216606 Individual deposits subiect nzIP oheck 128O93 17cv99DU JifJ 1ufO1 A CvlCoiarpjy CoBhJer pf the bdvff na dWnk dos svrcar Vthat the i bn6trjuiowiedge andbeflh Y M c CIshltr- Subicibed anaww Qrn tob toreiiii ttQP 20th lay of March 0 t3 A BoipiwX Kr Notary Pubfr CUnEEC1kAttUStClTO CAMpBELL 1SIDNEY GRSBN t Directors B t tTSEY tciclt Ttfcacrj AcrcHit TnejguestiOn of red cinit the tobacco acreage tbrPPghPut the dark belt iKi year1iiis the tayLldMIOr meetwIth u- VIUI i coset artd aquleicenc umOtig the organised planters l Tbia course Will greatly ttmpUfy the situation for th jrtx crop r andnble pIanersnoi only I 0- cotiothI4 r i r the pikMb4 pr h1ltW j tslu iifeiJW e 1tVJ itwow htes ulIIg tr teo Withies JfelaJ J I tbIiriJtbe ab 4t4 Pyey rorith1 thtxpens- eofthrinby f prodqmg iiioe of piber crdpg whtch is dpne i ttire months time and Tnre rkele alt reasons of the r 1eywllf Thus beable to- o1db1their tobacco ujitir the gOQaat I Dn March a11 1880 i4r Wm Hayes led MissBelle Hundley o the altar a lhappy bro 5ining ilebht she would not have oked happier or prettie tha1 she did1jtrcbfl Iy05 thtfl1y gf her marIiift heti swr9edby their sIx handsome cMd ran she and Mr aYes rive the congrat Ia iovns of their numerous frietids bout 175 calted to tender theiri est wishes fpMtheir uturevhapr iness bpt oiie yhomMr Ben McMakJnrwaSpeseDtat hr- arr25years ago- Tbkhandsome home wa- seau17decorated wtt1rJlow S carnations ferns etc Miss Eleanor Hyes looking likea cide herself served1 the frappe jThen the iifests were ushered to 18rojt congratulate guplethEm tp b r eni where the maj st1y1ts were to be seen The presel numbering over vJ fr very bandMide- bank gOOdt DIi tAifJ tk h oio a la tIy HiJtnf ATHER TIMES MUSEJJM AS wife return their most heartfelt thanks to their numerous friends or the tokens of friendship sent Bardstown Standard Mr and Tkfrp Hayes are both at1ve of WashTngton county both having been born and rear near this place Mrs Hays ting thedaughter of thelate Anthony Hundley They wer- emarriedhre InCli8f Ciliclst I1at- tsMirI1sttoMy1 15 every heap Colonist rates daily to Galifpr4ia ndthe North west via MisspiiiraPicifiS By and Jron QQataQRo 1t from St ttUiS or Ueraplifs Thrpugb Pillrna- n4urstieeer 1aiIy via Misoiir- iPacifliR7 tb rpuih scenic ol- pibAtcaurnian J leavirigi Sti ul1010PJ tnJiql man lparis le p ito Cilifpr ula via Iron Mountain Bpota through Texas every Tuesday and Satuadayjlcaving St Louis aaOA M Pers tiani onduc ted tours ETor4escclptiva liten ate rates and etc see ticket amenta p wrlie Jf T G MatH tQ tsT P 400111 lt BIdg Louisville K ifIitt f lDesftlfiJ ire To draw the re otoe iL burp or hasiacut with Ut leaving a scir us- citta J Wi Hazel WA spec itofje f Get tbt enide J l iljicjfi j cdtor 1 tt 1a 0ikfri A writ l hfttr bIWitti itcht hio la Ii a- fmli I Puss cats a1Is ts- thbst yC On te Urtc vsry Quiltkeep It 5 baud t 514i- iggla Jtk ii I t c11 1 ihvT i B1Ekc BQnida i 6aces of hislorictrbitere a1 the SouthiIiandiajvojdto- ne 1 house jfits exibt history or tgefs not Jnown bulijk jsblLeved to be the iirst sSlne hpiue built fri this sectioir pfjnlucky O4 iti wal1but neariy jobliter atecl now am karks p f bullelfs and many indetiations vghich are supposed to have been made by r vIndianirrowsUndertLhe istFe famous Black Bone Mill Tunnel he- stratige orIgin of lbiS trinej fu as follows Many years ugothei man that owned Black Bone Mill apd the surrounding land fo ind that to use his mill to advan tage would necessitoto digging a tunnel rpngh the ridge thereby cpnn GiitgJbhe W0i creeks Heoffereff one of his slaves Jree dom if he would dig the tunixgl This slave worked at bis task twentjrone years iujt his free came too lateto profit l IPTas he died a few daysafter theuQ nel was completed During the civil war a party of soldiers pur j ed1andworn out with a 16ngJ p rch hid in this tuhnel for twp days The enemy camped ne fLed passed direttifpver them n discovering their liere1 ra She1byj3itinei J ltv acts Wce pouiu c Bea- tbinn tb wojf for bplls burns cked hands telterj ttti old b- yHUa Pirmacy DR OSLER WObD HAVEJT New York Qlobe ff i tfltf ret IR facesf Rfriilfets j rRoberjt EmmeJHarveYiapoui- sviUe oy who at one tlfee was on the reportnrlai sttfof the Courier Jourpalj but ho is now resPQDsib1eposttionl the first mtin tP enterth p house in which George Shjsslefj the Denver murderer1wAbarricaj ed and from which he wLi pouring a steady Jstream of rill bulletts at the police who Were trying to take him r Slliif sIel r killed a manrituned Silf atid hjs htpi wife wounded three Jjolcev wn and defied arrest The pa 1fCeu1edoW agpn loaded wftlti Yaf4 shieM bebnl wbicbtcr = j your blood U tiJlttlnJ 4m If reyoti slbIe alHjbe time it 1S S f0i Nptkac Inylgoritc trengfftciifij tefrelh Toil ci4iioW iSrs nlIa I thsi4 thIt brings gcd huthLtth 1IQn ithepiPWteedsndtrfedeo yem Il je doctors 4ie riJtwithisi nrflAhM iha ls aa4 I SIV5Xs5 DLL 5M0IIVsrk1 N J u L 0 ior I Ioor lIeatb I utf dfAVsrs Pills c h rIlJ v greatly aid tP 1aparllla 7 ppraithe rP1iceeatolit fearflcithit- he ttyiO ft j M n yT frcover ohtf wsoid r irikthe ho1 fea o r lbtiik4cpuidbefortibej J Begardilig tue efifltry-ey Police OJi1misijn HrIttSaJ9 Atiervjrmaq 1 nev s W and X wish the Post to tiiid r stand hat for absolateer1sjt tQthers1sQn1etbmg CthCourier Jiirnal YoungHaryey Is- Mrs13JI Qt C Gra qthli9C rknDudleyja guestf here astspring pf Mik Either Bool ware It JWfiDE APPEmEH iWjfte f = F MJona V III Make You FteJ Hung r j ttd H arnd GIve1Sirt1tk i and VUaIltV t p f I PsUny friend wholooks thin pale and put pf healthhowmanrl w meals he dr she E the chances are that the answer J 1804on1plump rosy and xobusLeat three square meals 3aUy and fheir 0 perfect health is due to a stronif stoacba1d wgestiV system as such a system takes out of thenfood llpipse e1etnei4sthaJmakef pure1dI andgivenpurishment ut7to the 6payx t4 fAtlibi1rshon1d be taken is Mionar fjbhe onJy sgeatycnomi that will strengthent jitpmach ind disi JltflISUtey will1 digest easi1yv and natSufaUy iiI thefiod bar Js wsi1JtivelyWithOut a strong stomach di R blpolbfmHure 11kidtteyt J rht I StcIand4dbreathUy overcome by the use of MiiS- p 6 ni costing but SOc a Jbbx as1tgoes right Jio theJ ioHiidation of perfect health the stomach yl Scores of leading pe oplelihlis State including sditqrs minis 1 Rgladvtest std ona Furthermore WOdr b OftnereliIV16drug11g i Ret lels Sll Ir o MrscW 0 Carpehf who lives olt1he Perryvllie pike I about fptrmilasfrpm Hartods bu wacaMtrPmJrbetngshop jai t Friday ighat j r 1ior eV About 9 O7cloclc a fQ k ihbuIIttcrashinweather8ardiug t 1 Qr 1ii uQNfJ1 jpassed through tie heThr of Capenierj l herhdini11odedi 1 hewal1- oftheroom t William Qoia d George Gray tvr oroot iP- erryil1eJ t f K Edi7 and bcl6re tiaghome4rWcecdcd to J ed eviral sorabs tc jir JQ be wvtil t4non- tiutiet IE ihccllloe t- hpkevPriII T1iS1I- tl i l ttbh UIa 1WiQfkiCd iOhspfr f h r JI urdyot1tjie ji9 aanI War ttprie-dLi iIiern4yay- gVihsrirht bi- M L S4kt MPI LltPiaIj l Gane1 g4t1 L2l1ftiiInrik bthafliM i piina ithb1maioj f4r Ojie s J J5Q ft 8 1Q w tiA wiEal De t J Doie lIacis tetitI = EthLIyIa bronohi- Mb5Sb il S14soothes andoers dr qqtrk ureloiCro up sad Wbopt cuugh Soltfby all irugglsts t I r p L f up 4- 4L 41 4ntal 4Lftrc Soc4 I r th Iowi4ijjems Con igton oi 1 T yfer ritWn a 0 KQW11IIWChI- on Pa kadIe125 andU ombinohor fo1 ockran b ught O work Jiorsetor foldsold oiathreeyo1t- orl2i WPIMYw- o John Wittr oe i m orlh JohnEiIeIdt Prewitti ojf I zvfl wo horse for 71 Wr old a aii ofQurs14or 250 Also eairror 2O- pringfleld tb iwics tcco Co biiyer ars1ste- ek andpurcbaie ayb3urn ioo oupaotto acCo t c tm per yc OOQV cnt- eorg Browtdthe-nts per- amden oiigI his crop of kbcc Nti1t L- QOO posTh c4P t- ound v RECRUITSTII rcrultib jh yybob elkkig dbortmriig ev ral ltjiyaho desired toe114ihhb- Pb b4js t1 4Y- ezrJy talU wer bttr las or goi- dthoo ieij m woId gst u4onfroi eI u ot ij ieFbteI tIie fr7 beJ bb doiE tle- spryis bt iti thd-cSsiig 1it e a- slIa1s ifr t1 oJieg44hos- tioitwkei tlywU cnr- d torJc iit T1eui d FaT t- c um fbap o- a4n oL- 4Sork b6- e1SS j gH 7 prcpQus UOl O r financial affairs or tfeis fg of the year DPOItI- Mkivnt to over two hundred d Wlar8 and Joans and Itsbout2ljOI 1ton tti- 4strre 10 e Opera Ilti ha- e ed apidif duiin the past week or 30 and iill is now pearly completed ibe now tirm will probabiy be ready for bust ns during April sonntimo llfptrI zII s1 Hs Sq f s edbfe larger ndtilo a IVk Jt 1 5gpt1CwP4 l lc4 5V his t Ai1 S y bvatea forja d t jv teal aat i- Jri a j tv j DL1rf4ep4ve 1pLX Ipl L r58WI ja A t twl 4 erH Ie tJ3ii 511is flnoeC eni hjbeenc r uthirjUy the e c kt- Tym pi arof ton ltie the fprtei tf l ui 1nd trr dr Ipiig 1mpi tblTrbjis pfrthe 4 pdhea5cll go y here 4 wa rsupAkt tptegf DaneL z ikeogef who wf Ittje Uol Brtltnfl r l pten iS briagbt ifiii rtyfiteViH i D7 nk a grtat lfar9 S whrab1 o achooTjitPfcfvs jj i4 SiWh v i j i t TW Nit Lgadgr r TIt SnfIalfclmSF llDUBfill Hfiralrf flaily 1 NK YLARR IiIr 250 i itK1spNEH8LEADERSPRlNGFIKLUf m NEWSLEADER t nan mmun yyTMPMPJLT t 1 A YKAFt IN ADVANCE ltf 3 SPRHGFIBLDXV i LL DAVlsQN Jr j t Mal Wife Mticet 10 cwate pr 1ij vqIIt1HsrttO1 elawJtL Gills R caftdllafes mid political i1f Irtiu teZltud Job irerk Is 4ott at low rates but cash It4t4Trtttlac eomtwwsU made oa liberal T1 1 OMfeMrfe HII Mtolutlona of re5PCta atipee ixiocIzWra tty 3uiastfltf 1 250 iaunty Ocrs 50 i trftt0Mee5 ulrJO J= J RUJtDAL MAR CH 23 I9P5 Almost every week we read inI t aoffit cootempory that a cabbage snake has been discovered in a ktad of caubage or coolted andI tmtsa with the vegetable in some i itaicei causing serious sick 41 Ma when eaten As far baclM btheemcry of man runneth the too free use of cornjjice has cudmen to sea snake andI sonee have died from its effects Bit the output has not decreasedI or its use diminished Truly this jis a strange anomaly with lpeculiarly different effect English scciety was recenty jihocked by an American girJi t king her pet white pig toni social function with her Th3 is not so new there have been hogs in society long before this time It may have uen this ones youth that was surprising r Texas LesUpPur oin returned born 0Ifriends in Louisville Rev Hoskinson of your town preached at this place Tnursday night E N Kimberlin is preparing to have a store built on the prop erty belonging to Mrs Mary E Dorsey Messrs B M MossJacob and Wilhelm Peterson went fishing Thursday night Ttrey reporleib catching fifteen small bat seeing is belieying with us rMrs Tom Barnett qf Mack fillp visited her parents Mr Jacob Kimberlin and wife the latter part of last week CMrs Robert Young visited her dughter Mrs John Elliott it Jepsontonjlast week Howard Moss the little son off w Jabob Peterson is very sick atj this waiting J1Kewaneev Jacob Peterson met with a serious accident Saturday afterC noon while swinging on the plat form of his fathers store his foot slipped and he fell breaking his leg Mr George Gibbs and family iDlday C L Brady who resides near Springfield was out Sunday to ttear Rev R L Pardom preach at Bethlehem PuIUam Ky p Mrj spentlastIDte and Mack t Shoemaker were in Louisville f with their porttobaccObrakes JLAJohnsonsoIda six1 year old mare toO C Foster for 1185 R C Pin kson and Robert 1Brown were inSprirgfield Mon day withy tobacco I suppose hunting time is over with the correspondents for we ire having such nice weather to work If tny of them are hunt iteGeorge Hendrix bought a milch cow from W P Scruggs lor35 Mr George Royalty aged about 70 j ears died at Seaville 4 on the 17th of Brigbts disease v lie was a man of good standing UntflJivep Tatham Springs Every one reo jere te to hfar of the deatli ofa willbegrtatlywere interred in the Fair View c raetery last Saturday v 1GUMS Kiflneys Women are more often afflicted with 7d sorders than men but atlrib Fsymptoms to disease peculiar ir while in reality tho kid deranged Nervousness ffyordark circles under Lin the back are sIgns of khat must not be ig malady wIll result r bM restored thu f weak nervous atop irieg- tt the Krlnarjr bed and J Orsale 4 S r oo linii mw iiM News From The Gdunty 1 IPpe lnt Amon the County People r as Reported by our Correspondents dftftt1ftnnltnr n nnnn nnftnftOanD1ft nn0 YallcyHHI M strst visited her mother Mrs S E Plepf Ihjs placfi lul day and VVednejsdavi L Goatley and Bascom Hardin swapped horses one day last stweekjbay horse for a sorjrelr hbrse Ired cow and twenty five green dollars Bascom has already swapped Jhis sorrel horse for aj good broaD irre W T pibatti w sin Poortovp on business Monday Miss Lucy Brown of Spring orII MrS Philetas Barber this week W e beg to be excused for vi1 cti1igone stealing T A Tatums maii j box It has oeen found and Iuwas at home We btast of sillJhaving it On our route toopMiss Nannie Pinkston niade a ng trip to Poortownof 1r Mat Mock ofnear Mcln use visited relatives in this vi cin ty Sunday Miss Mable Tucker left Wed- nEsday to b6 the charming gu st of her cousin Miss Saran Tucker of Rosewood Avenue Louisville Ky i Mrs G G Tucker visited the Gapt Andrews family of Maud bu cndayWill Derringer went to Cpv ing ton last week itis supposed i Badyibacki half 1IIMost all the farmers in tthis vicinity are now plowing at full speed The prospects are nOhpointing to an extra large crop thisi year Misses Pearland TftaGoat1e yisj sitedTu jckernig ohtthe air4theladiMiss Emma Brady returned tto her home at Covington lent n county Ky after tbrief yisitto relatiyes in this county Mrs Benedict Jaftesvisited her mother Sunday yourtownGoatley Saturday ant SundayaDaniel tiardin of Polio was in our midstSundaysAnna Lee the beautiful little daughter o M W Seay of Oak HJlt has been quito ill for sever aldays butiis much improved at this writing buggyform atHavView andJohnour midst Sunday Epic Crow washereestof his tobacco Mrs Ben Pile and charming ughterof Booker visited her pJaceWednesday Moran Dean delivered their cr of of LSpringfieldrS2i7Rn i Your correspondent had the pleasure of visiting Midway the pretty new and upto date ore recently compTeted by the Yanceylhiswell built and iaa very aesira ble situation forgeneral business and about midway between our ore and Smock Yocum of Mooresville Mr Yancey expects rythinfZbywish him success in his new en tlerprise W O Clements and H II 1atum erected the li 1uneKel1E1Y8ndGa share and box If the line inhcreases in length and territoay t nthe next two years as it has iin the past two there will be noj rTseTorhevillhone every whore and every body will know he is coming be ffore he gets a start Three things a farmer is to have are IJBurJeyt Mrs Casthie Boblit visited rel atives at Booker Sunday Pniletus Barber was in the jPoor Town vicinity Thursday on business W T Beam and mother ac ompnied by Miss Addiei Lee AJ ennieReed ile spent Thursday with Mrs Never before did we have any thingt to shock us so intensely as did tljB remark about Mr Edd K neighborhosaidwhen ii w Itt about him burning himself that eijad the U vlalaiia Trembles The very thought of such is absurd and we know not whoi J tared the report from the littitjokej that appeared in the paper which Mr Kelly was fullv fixedupiue shoe fits we fire sorry to know that they have been led to think especiallyi is young gentleman as Edward Kelly should allow himself to drift from the path of virtue And if any one doubts Mr Kelly being the best marl we have in our midst just apply to UNO Tho A Grnndy sure got ood scare last Saturday night when hestIrted for his mail He pIdbnckhead came up from her abode by the road and shook herself in such a manner as to make him think a ghost had him and Ihe5 jiever stopped running until Iht got home and forgot all about dis mail until he uncovered his bead an hour later to get a good breath after a good race for life he thought Mr William Houston whe iHad the contract tto build ChasLewis house left just at the brink of completion for his home in Nel- srn county In spite of loosing several hands ivir Lewis will be able to move into his new bouse this week Mr J S McElroy and George iQIourquitlfarming 4 Haws in the latest dt from 2 50 to 300 The lower priced but Hat froth SI 00 to20O Hats Panamas Caps well assorted stock The Victor 2 50 Shoe has no Also have the FU Vamp and other brands 111 fl teyears crop perfectly laid when the idea struck him ihat he could malremore sound dollars on the It R than elsewhere FEN WICK boughttwEl tiMrl RileySundaylleyiMr Wra Teffri s has rortcd tcmOvetoEastTexasin fewdays melherw MondayithMrs Lizzie Anderson and chii r visited Mrs W M Jeffries hursday Mrs Josie Mayes of Mackville is her sis er Mrs C Vv O tlrsbasriturnedafter visit with the family of JJ T Underwpod Mr D B Wilson and wife i daughtert Owen who was rerious i isinprovingi Several from here attended churchat Springfield Sunday night CoBtorI M Moss at 8i cents per lb Miss Berttin Qravesand oCecilFrom another Corresponden t CW Oder was in Louisville tho first of the week to spring goods Minnie and Lena Barker Wai ter Adams and Edd Bowles we iri Bardstown Saturday and Sn day Calbart Settlessolda horse to C L Brady for 125 i visitingharMrs DanRogers has return home after a vis to Mrs J P Underwood of Louisville Misses Settie Shewmaker and visitedMMs Ad ria Canary spent last veek Iwith Miss Sadie Fenw ck Joe bmith and Mrs Ella Montgomery were in our town Sun day Miss Retta Barker spent last weekwith tier brother J W Barker of Springfield BegleyLouis McAlister of St Rose was here Mrs Diana Smith visited rela lives at Fiederickburg last weekj MOORESVILLE Both on March 17th to ithe QOYIyed r Rev Adkins preach at New Hope church I = euchmuns New Storei t I I IHAS ONO 7 i B 1 Gents Furnishing Gods House T in Springfield andits proprietor respectfully solicits the 1 d C z patronage of the menot Springfield andC ltYoThe A fitock has hfifin sftlntprt with mtint care and only the very J best in style and quality has been bought Here are a j X i n few leaders f l Hats f The celebrated Brand shapes Pioneer a good i Straw at and Shoes aA superior Regent Courtneys n visiting a Mobley t Sunday Shirts iAttentJo1t igee ss of Collars and Cuffs 4FIwill handle the CorlissCoon Cos best 4 ply linen collars and cuffs 2 twearttD50cents per piir and up A fancy line ofMl Has at from 50c tp 5 ra- Agent for the Globe Tailoring Co bf Cincinnati aid als for the old reliable Merchant Tailors Yates Bros of Louisville tA follhneof samples on hand Measures tali rid a fIt f guaranteed Call and see me The neatest littlefstore in town Mam Street opposite First National Bank as f to III W3 ffIi T GlNTS FURNISHIN G GO O D5 + 1ft L J1 i SPRING AND SliMMffif l f Necessities t h I 11m ij111mr t Iir t 4I6 Garden rHose V 1l l v With all fixtutes and of the quality thatl I1ct l will stand wOai alidto1to l f14 Ioe Cream Freezers i t V make a leader of the Wonder which aridLI Iaiway w satisfaction Refrigerators t I IIl 1n all sizes both enameled and zinc lindd ll- I TheStkaoneof the best madoij 1fJ I II See 5our Apollo Washing Machine the housewiie can do her Own work 1 t with one of these machines nt f yj i A full line of MCKLE PLATED 117 iq and EN AMELED Kitchen Wm e R I McElroy1 I r G Shultz4 O Several of our neisrhbors went to Maud Sunday to hear R4v Readof Louisville preach at the Christian cliuicli W 0 Ellis wnsoefar l deawnt restienursery represents Jsoldday so look out girls Mr E G Boblittand family ldIYMrJEf1 forreto1jlsucceed Blackbarn are not We are for Joe gla burn from Swouldpondents all overthe county to let us kootf who the Democrats of their canPto vote for in the next gene Demgrathe is elected he will vote for the man the majority of Democrats favor and we would like to know TheGovornorwe dowu in this neck of the woods Born on March 18th toithe wife of Ed Griasby a 12 pouudi boy r Well we had a rain last Mi day and consequently tVO will not plant our gardens tb is week1 Chas Ilardin of PdlinVs vi iLc ing his rotber at this place Maud r Miss Katherine Sattla returned home Saturdav after a threa weeks stay with Mrs iCato ShM maher Little Julius Abbert Goatloy Whisgin and wife of Greenwood H ill ijhomeMr James Goatley ar1Jdugh hiHiHEdward Goailey lastAV6dnesday Messrs Albert Shehari and T Virgin who haro been on the sick list are improyirig 11i Er Peter Shehan is also able lobeout after an attack of rheuma I1sm Mr James Hardosty wife arid son Ben rehesserneinnery Ihe formers fdthrI rrhni Hqrdesty of One of the young men in the neighborhood Valiny Hil iis looking very blue after tile do parture of one of our young ladies for Bowling GreeV Mr H q Royirftv spent Satur day withthe old lolks at home Miss Katherine Settle left Sun day for Bloombed where s hehwill visit her aunt Mils Prank m Porter Miss Lela Wall was the guestt I Miss Fairy Lyddanei Mr H T Virgin vjsited at V airfield Sunday afternoon t Hubert what i the attraotio atoMiss 8rsixieFpn Sujfd y at ihc hoi lieitMr Neal Bpdmu j t wjMryoereantherMrfednishville last week 41nIzzLETEAn iIf By Iba Tonic R fieaedThe pills that act as a tonic and nott kid drastic ptirge arcf DeWitts Littleha Early Risers They cure Headache ConstipationBhliousucss elf Ear vde Risers arc flmallVasy tp take and easj acta safe pill Mack Hamilton ftel clerk at Vail y City N D gays w bottles curedjmo of chroniccon ofpatlonsure NakM KMMf and Democratic Candidates The following gentleman wcjr t claredl tpa iirtyii J offices at tthe Deraocratjc primary held in Washington county Au gUt fifh 1004 They nro in b e votedTor at the regular election gPorLitseyForCounty Clerk W F Booker pUlaybrootekupt of Scbjpols J W Bush Por Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor TPOBryan Wr T Mitchell Deputy ForCoronerJ ryalf ralham Springs 0MrsP t3Mrsb v IMriDparPulliam iv nlpv Hat hetthas O oklahomapieetings Welearn that he iis fawdythere childrftlinoissh jortof elierparentsst 1Mrhas been very sick for several vee1rs is able to be out again anQ is itrit tte Mijf hite livesto see next Friday he w i7illchilldrenstartedj lasTuesdayIud gone on before and rented a use for theujj to come W0 isb al who hayegone to Illinois success Mr Ben Keeling and sister N annie have gone to Louisville this week Mis Nannie hasgone to study the millinery styles she Avill return n about two weeksandsellhat at this place MissLizzie Gunter an old and Fairvieigborhoodl of onlyIi the Fatr lew cemetery Henry WelLj who is attending school at rpnrentsc rpestI ev GItG many the citizens are preparing water through the dr- pnths1oftha toj year as the e been several cisterns dug which WO Jllj1kwlllbe a great help to a great many HvIoiNn j n w NothlngwiII cure Indigestion tildI Hi doe nt digest the food and givei the tf rnach are t It isnt necesenrr toto nrve yourself in crdirto rest Vour itJirtrtJh take Idoll Dyspepsia arc will digest auv quantify ufall the olesome food you tint to eat while stomach takes a rcstrrecuperates d grows strong This wonderful 2itsl Ylflruggisis One i vrprovevyneyand bladder troulles If you ve rheumatism or any other lcOdi disease a single dose will give IcHefZ id by Haydons Phar acytOO llTED1 AN BONEsr rAN cac W factofyfor the manufacture and sale jjk Poultry iLlxture A big mon nW maker stnt lionet SlfiODo a iponth n4a Ibrtirae to a kmtl tn 1 vettif ate thIs fcrenc ezcIisijig 15C SmoittlJ tSt wrti T rS7lJ i31fiJ ijoJJi jJ1 p14k ap JIt zJ mnl J f Q T0 t J t e mt 41l fU iiQ1I1J VetlJL 1d K Il b tr 1 tv And call at our q Store and lay1htitj f supplysf 7ir i t tJ J larde11 1U HlItof allI kimls such as Peas1 sevra1va t I evtf1Yknjfo in vegetabIbulk We have thp fhfl8tgIi c Lt L1 that growsit is the f Acfcnrg ipnI PJ 4ttHn r nute M Northern Seed Potatoes alM Kinds and 4o fe any quantity s f1i Th I FteshV W t1dailyW Prompteelivery 0- I MCELROY BROS II Ff1 iPJr Is ThcFSNiollhiBankli it8 S1RINGFIELQY 1g Gapiial S3QOftg Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO Mui tltIxljg I I 1 lg FFICERSBL Litsey President Jbfin W Iewl8v VicePreaidenf If 0tlA McEIroy Cashier L if Jain Assistant Cashier R Eo t Foster I tOItt if l bell R H EqelenLH M Grundy John 0 Polin M i t tWe I grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your bust t ness respectfully solicited i o J OOOO T1 aET Q ig I I I rJ j AffracfionsW It S For fhe tladies 11A I WWeoar ilnow displaying for the51benefit cf i our lady customersour linipf t mmNew Dress Good v In aU the popular summer styo suchas- m GinghamsWhife Goods fa Suitabte for Presses jiid Waiitsit 1 Childrens wear Sqiesette is a new whitifabci j far dresses and waists Call and see it e SiTks t In all colors atti weaves for shirtwaists Also a full lineof BJac1 silks in aU styles trXi See our new fcielts and b2lt buckles Attrictive triinmingstndlaces Mcntroll rt1aBE8r CrIESTNUTOARH 11 t TI fa COMBINED STALLION Jo f x ChesnutDare will m ke the present earon at my IIf atH 00 j JoltiJi 2 ghIhandVsaddle and toysproud tI famIly also he 4williI2arketd 1 J His ring 01 coltsof eight entries shown at Spring Fair last year show him a gr6tbreedr Horsemen Ia distance sixli X exceptedChestnut theestsireJ boracsJjJ f thMnn Tt r ttegeneralrc IJct owners of go 3d marts of thi and adjoining count hEGRANDEBaystallion tnde Legrandeistl I MotkeThisJ siaeandJ8Toiurea1lvj Po1t 4i 4tk t j tTMulebuyershuitbicflfl j Also ND Zpintsi tpINSURE J A cordial invi Mi otf iatvnoaIitoe11 aod hispoot Jthi stock Seae9ti moo r ts po lttv frl Jut whei snares vt farW K a a LEACHMA fa 8 88 t i A E NtWSLEAD I i PUBLISHED bViRY THURSDAY SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE LargtSfnrrrff The lar e ifafm iifiii wSrJj fftaioedi soori bO fcto i fifMiitg Iowa It iiS owned W David Raokm and his mjW p jRan kinofTark ON9aYitheSt ii PotDipicb- rbe elder Riktn tworth over million dollars ami has mkde it n f fiotcjc He owns 23500 jtcreN In Atefckon county and behiff still aiftiejfced ittheskt ervfen desire to owa alMjeJaBd joiiaiAIMd to ysacb pver Jntp- Freeinontt couNty Iowa UseJ Otfcerday hen he gathered iir M0 acres Wore V Btokin 1 never sells HoV JjmdjJphUanfhropist and gcap tau of iindustry He employs pjjgatlOO persons ifpr sedtinp iopoit ttboi6s his SjRn teTatori in tbe towns where het U pl4tt of blatWinpoaJ1pus su d iVJoW df his own laudatrbI11jnewr his own id ltrtk jHodiice taMrJ TtHvpftd ana lives m a monsSop lo Tikj to fhich Jowa he has fftsIJJiIj1 tiainjng i bc1 anti any other benefits Thioritnat IIj PI C i U Hiatyand rarasa throat arid lung r mcdjrt aidwfl account of the great IaDdpopu1rity 6rro1eyHbiie Tu1ltatt i4ldtationsare offered f Ihe gerniizei Ask Jt ioIeys Hqne J md Tar and sean ubIU tMe oifered a ro other preparation D U1 Jive ifcf 4tMe satisfaction Itis ffi s dly laxative It contains no opiates deJicatetl p State fifr Frankfort Kyi The Court of Appeals at todays session up 1 keW tt constitti iODality cf the rnakinglillPti for the nrqcdoiion ffn Stale FAir to be held under th1fhUSliI wporthef Kentucky Lire Stock BrceditM Assocal ion t The 1 court with the exception of Judge Cantril1 considered the c l estion Chief Justice Hobson 4 livir6d the opinion and Judge 3JfuMn dissents from the ruling The question was raised in the 5k TfraQkliB circuit Conit tr Stats TVl OourtTn a case of the KtnUcky Live Stock Breeders7 Ajociation against S W Eager Auditor and Ihe decislon here is I Ttyereal of the juagmeotof the 1 Lf = == f ril3 Stick 1II Pins for 75 icejnjte our Tho 1 ogf iIti 1- + Shirt Sets newestr t bSty1e w t Neck Ghains the latest fad Sash Fins of Sterling Silver only i ehS- eal I I Rings i i I y v j SLeeve Buttons I i icrN mandamus to comipel tht Auditor i to pay to the association tLc an6nt cYf the ytar 1JiL The Au4itr Atlorify1 j j I VIl tt- t J t ctt age prtue dar sowing lifcir aee4anct from the pro enfrfndication there ill be a rc 6rd braker JAsJihe grovers so far ave ijeal 5ed goodvprjc s for thjirtobbacco lbi5 eja sQn it will encourage theinanc1jheceage- wilibeinrrsctr Whe siephisectIiis corn uiLviM gieat many 1ost ia1 alt Jiei- rlathbhnfi iiqdsiocp Our pagtor of Bcech G rove RvWPEzithett llgcno to dklalroma to fjold a rdfi actedt meeting he yil be gqina uboirt three Weelrs v Wo with him sue css r Mr St1ee Bec1ey 4tnd ite- riiir4ti4f 1viicredttiehompc1r Jobn Staten Satur iiy nigio unclay lArs M F Gooc1je of opr own betitrer at t1iiswritin Mrs Fannie Mjrer dyed onrjho tb dt fiSr hm 1IF Plaant Hilii Wl tfft i JMr H A gpan wife of this placeaTe ery icjk at this writ Charlie Cocaaougher our black afterj few dais absence LSIr Jo4ttedverJpaituli idenLs Scveral days a 6 whilehatiMng a load of hay the agon wheel ran over his Ioot Mr George i oh thesic list MrsfNancy Russell an rid and reetcdia1y bttJi Deep Crock neighborhood died on the 6th at ihe home of her dausliier Mrs Hinda Ueypolas She vas iii her nintythir year fMr WiliCocanou her of Iep Creqlc visited tha home of 4bs father Mt George poCanougher Sunday The dogs broke in on Mr Johnii Stat nJSSheep one daylastr week killing three outeBighfc and crip ling two others Ve think there shouid be some way fixed to get rid of so many worthless dogs prowling abound over tire country itiUing peoples sheep I think it nice hd interesting to bayer nijcs t 5 cdmfe 66 us from all over the country through our orfbiTWe owamr to heari from every noati iind cor ner through the NEWS LEADER theedi or cant so out and gather up now sosend it in J ihnt ho ylll open Ihfe door und admit jI Sln I3LAClt m D StxE is nfcver knpvyii to Ihose JBnckacbo take an ocCasfoiml dos ofPinetflcsl TlIt value of Che esin- obtained fromlthePfijctiiCfe has long be zireaognized In the lrcniiiQat oi lT1Of the bladder apd kidtJey Onojaft pif Pineutos will give relief and on abottle will cnrev Sold by Haydons Pharmacy f Ills Name not knotfn TheiSiiin who was fouiijd deed eafoff the city the 22rdof De cembtrr ceriarily has a serious time rtf h He tLQ iit found ilftrUllihe s mw pic brougj I tQ tli tl nnl se daYSjstairs over the oroners officpRe wjs visited by hun dreds J people who carefully scrutinized his appearance The coroner after keeping him out aslong as possible andfailing to learn who ffe4 was buried him in the potters Held ati the city cemetery After his bofjy was laid to rstvarous tumors concern ing Jim gqWn rrculoii nand in ordortio identify hitn his body wrtq exburaed and again exposed to Thaf hun Jreds of people It was rain terred supposedly to sleep the 1ast4 sleep but the grifnd jury of Mho county conI cludeckyafc to make another FX aminatttfn and his body was again taken up arid carefully ex phyricThusjury It was again placed m the sraye whore it will in all proba bility be allowed to sleep until the great judgement thy All 6f this has bsed done yet the icanse of his death audr his roal name has not yet been 1etra- egiMaytie1d Messeflgarv Had a Lamb v William Brown kilkd a veryI fine ipiacimen of the golden eagle on bis farm near town Tuesday afternoon The bjrdhad folded its wings and came from abovu like an arrow arid alighted onI the back of a lamb and hadj gottn too or 40 feet above the earth when Mr Brown hrcd at it with a shotgun Qne shot struck ittth thefhead tkilling itj Tho lambkin was hone the worse fromits experience The dendI king of the air is on exhibition at the store of Mr Ceo W Rpbards HiirrodsbuVs Herald liverytbihg you arvfll taste good andtlo good if you Uko Rfng jystt IKpsIa Iablf ta Sold by Hay dons PharmaCy The ffashionable l r ITiiI disccjry1- J I 1 fashion authorities declare that 1Jewe1iy is to be worn more than eer this season rid to sUpply the clemantl we have brought on the most Complete Linejjf Artistic JJewelry ever shown in SplfngfieidTh articlGS must be seen to be appreciated A tv are i iI Monogram Monogram Hat iiiyjidincT JvuWaIt Ibwdry XUocahougherJf retziuincd Wtc 1e t I GoldWatclies Gofd Filll1 Watches 6 I j L adies C h a te 1 la iinc wfcii4 See tiieNje cst Thing A Ladies Combination Chatelaine Fob and Pin Gold nd Silver Bracelets Lodg Pips ndCh aIm s a WE C NNOOTTEELlfALkLL- Eat a visit to our stole will well iipay yOu jfyoqare an admirer of the llauiifiiilI and artistic No troble jto show goods I 4h r I Ed M RusselJsrn- ce 8un Jewelry Store THE FIRST COURT JL tV How the Business of the County was Conducted i More tthan a Hundred Years Ago J Facts relatlv to theearly his torof Springtwl9andWashing roa county are naturally interest ing to the present eneratioc off citizens ving over a hundredIr years afterward From old rec f ords and from tatlts with some off the older inhabitants who fiave facts and iincidents in their minds handed down to them from their fathers and grand fathers we have been able to get together ia few factand data concerning tlhe early settlement of Washington county Washington county was Br3tt organized as a county OP Septj 6th 192 chen the first County Courtor as it was then called Court off Quarterly Sessions was held The magistrates composing the first court were as follows Matthew Walton John Hard in Joseph Gray Charles Ewing Rbt Abell David Cald well and Jeremiah Briscoe As maldSjrrj not created until framing of the constitution 1849 The pro ceedings of this first court of Quarterly Session of Washington county are preserved in a record book in the County Clerks office The record is made by John Reed who was the first clerk of the county The handwriting is remarkably lear and beautifull and is as legible as when it was first recorded The ink with which the writing was done was htmie made and the old lash ioned goosequill pen used John Gnindy appeared before this first court with his commiss ion from his excejlency the 5ov ernor of Kentucky appointing him Sheriff of Washington coun ty The oath of office was administered to him and his bond to the mount of 1000 pounds was accepted and thus the first sheriff of the county was ins alhd into office Samuel Grun dy was named by the new sheriff as his deputy Among tbaor ders of the court was one in structiug John Helm J county syryeypr to ascertain m the cheapest and most expeditious raannfcr tlve cecter of the coun ty The court also recommended the appointment of Stephen Ormsby Esq to tie CcmmQn wealths Attorney The law proI provided in vhoe days that a ter serving two years the oldest magistrate succeeded to the office ofI high sheriff of the county and his place was filled by the next anda ofteoldest magistrate new was appointed The first court was held at thee residence tV Francis Simbrell which wus located oh the Perry yule pike about a quarter of a mile from the Graded School building A cabin on the place and facing the kitchen door of the Simbrell house was designated by the court as the jail wof the thatIcab n being used for that pur pose as being unsuited for a prison biH it is not shotfn that any thing was done to remedy the matter First Circuit Court The firs term of what is now the Washington Circuit Court was heldin March 1793 and the presiding judge wasw one of the county magistrates Mr Hugh McElroy iin seme memoirs writ tfcfa for his sonMr ItA MqEl roy gives an account of the first court The session was held in the house of Hugh McElroy who was the grandfather of Massrs Hugh and Anthony McEiroy and gfC ktgrand father off the McEi roy men now living at this pace The house was situated a hort distance out onthe Perryville pike on the farm now owned by E S Mayo Jr It was one of the first brick houses in Wssh Sbgton county and Mr McEiroy writes That his father helped to make the briqk used In the build ing The hpuse stood for rnany years and when finally torn down many of the brick were used to fill in the walls between the weather boarding and plastering of tt sidefca on the Lebanon hill built by late William Davison dud afterwards bougut bj Hugh McElroy and now occu pied by Mr R A McEiroy and fataily I The names of the men com posing the first grand jury of Washington county are as fol lows Lewis Thomas foremaCi John Muldrowi John Silvers Jacob Myers Job a RycUir Graves WA h9tJlolin ShllplOtlJJ Thomas Pave Hugh SnelliNg Jolin Sprmieiv Jo1iuEoIIdy Ed O kits Willara Slack W ilianV Rice R Slack William Dickens Thomas Wright James Kirk and William Allen 1h6se composing the first petlit jury were Richard Parker William Hayden Charles Swe ringen Richard Bell Charles Mqrray Wlliiam Watcher Phileman Waters Howson Clifton Henry Hardin Samuel Silvers Tame Nally pnd Micheal Myers Tile first Judge to prasUUiin the JudgeNocourt was held by one of the county magistrates A remarkable feature about tbe office of County Clerk is that during the time the county has been create a period of 113 years the county has had only six clerks They were as fol- lOwsl John Reed John Hughes 4 B looker father of the present clerk John A Stair Sleet Peter and W 1 Booker Mr Booker the present clerk is now serving his 36th yearin the office andso far as the people are con earned will hold the office throughout the balance of his llife which his friends trust will extend over many years yet to come irikcs Hidden Racas When you ship of health strikes the hiddrn rocks of Con sumption Pneumonia etc3Ou ffromf tfor Consumption Ji p MpjEii l non of Talladega Springs A3xf writes lcel bad been very ill with Pneumonia udder the care of two doctorbu1was getting no better when I began toaake DrI Kings New Discovery The dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and cods Guaranteed at C JHy dens drug stoo price 50c and S10D Trial blit e free The Unstable Farmer The Louisville Times says the futility of organizing iarmars to accomplish a purpose in agricul ture has been demonstrated bv the collapse of various schemes looking to that end Almost all classes of wage earners from lo comotive engineers to messenger boys respond readily to organi zers Capitalists experience no difficulty in getting together and in sticking together for their mutual benefit and the discomfiture of the consumer Proprietors of many enterprises smaller than the interests which amalgamats to form the great trusts manege to hang together so as to present an im1 penetrable front but the mel who toil the soil lack cohesive ness Ten days lout to a wage earner in a city is a perioti ofJ greater stress than ten days l waiting or even thirty daysj wailing to the average farmer yet the taborer holds out and thej farmerasa rule does not WithI an organization similar to that of theTypographjcal Union or the United Mine Workers of America American farmers would be a supreme power in produce mar kets The difficulty iin organizing seems to lie in the fact that a large percentage of the far mers fail to recognize that there are class as well as individual interests to be considered A Dinner Wto After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digeataut and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath tkinalLesbusStomach Trouble I wasafllicted with Stomach Trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol- Dsptep3i Cure which has entltely cured me The six bottles were Aforth 1000 to me1 Sold by all Iruggista Bridge falls r0n last Thursday morningthe bridge on the Tyrone pi1e just west of the residence of Mrs Adeline Waterfill fell into the branch below a distancejof some twelve feet Anumber of buggies and a six horse team ot lumber from T y rone had passed over the bridge jlst a short time before it fell and it is fortunate that none was passing cyer at the time The bridge was built on abut mentand the 1lretingags1nat thfem ira made ot dirjk which bayng be ft frown toQIduring tbe wloter and tben and softened by the oou4 J T WP L4Ju i o r1bj place untlt the entire feesterii abutment felt to the grouBd Magistrate G L Games ws notified by telephone and went to work at o1cto raise the bridge and fix it so that tar yet hotsesorj time before heivy loads can bE hauled over this road for th en tire abutment will have to be taken out an4 rebuilt from the bottom Anderson News THE fAR WEST Two Springfield Boy Located att Denver Write of the Place I DENVER COLO Mal b 12 1903 Editor of 1YE LEADER It affords us great pleraurfe nitt taking this opportunity of ex forithe prompt dellveryorf yi ur newsy paper which reaches its destination on Sunday mornings and words are inadequate to express the pleasure derived from looking over your papier and see ing the great progress of our little town and county Leaving our town the middle of November and after spending a few days at the Louisiana Pur chase exposition at St Louis we journeyed on to the thriving city of under and over the hill Kan sas City After viewing the won ders of this great city and call tug on a few friends we took Ihl11dcItyi situated on the high plateau of the Rocky Mountains system viewed on one side by high and lofty peaks while on the other Vide vast outstretched plains reaching to the horizon dotted now and then by small temp rary huts inhabited by people seeking health and fortune in the wild wooley West Situated in the midst of this great contrast I is the beautiful city of Denver noted for its great wealth and rapid progress as well as tine buildings and magnificent cli mate We are compelled to say in conclusion that in the WtIyou fail to find the hospitality for which dear old Kentucky is unsurpassed yet the West has many charms and facinations which one will certainly admire after a sh rt stay in the vicinity of Denver Colo Wishing you future sucess and hoping tore ceive your paper as promptly as here tofore We beg to remain yours yery truly v B J Baker MuddII SerlBMsly Hirt Little Tom Farnsworth son of Mr and Mrs T M Farnsworth met with a most painful and ser ious accident Monday afternoon He was out in the garden where there was a wagon being driven wheellWhileand the driver started the wagon on a turn and caught the leg of the little fellow in between the brake and wheel tearing the flesh from it from the knee to the ankle It was a verypamfol wound bat he stood it like aTro jan Harrodsburg Herald Da4aLittle HaydonsPbarmacyI c pq ietjuii One of the most impdrUrat movement in tbe history Of Jtea tucky University Vas inaugura tted Thars iUy night at a m i log held at Ihe residnoe of President Biirris A Jenkins wh it was decided to IwYe a reuBHxi of sit old students aluainia and others duriac COM saeacement weelc ia June The former stmdeets of K il lucky TJniyerwtr the direct sue ceseorof the oldeet edacatloiMil InsiitititHi west of the Allegh eny motintaius are scattered nil over the worldand the re uoeplanned Impoaa scaW of sch maf iitode that ootlnOg like it has evebai seeo initlie Soath A coeamittee will be appointed communicate at ooce with Ito K IT students taaU of the coatry State re uaioo conmittees will be ofijvns ied and esch Stats orgasisatio will work towards the fed of iia tefestiBg all Uiiytrsi y sMkeete in that State to eoew to the re union Fully three thboeaad people are expected Tne re are pertiap ma y old stftdente kid slsaii livinr iin Boyle county aDd Ticiuity who will ibe glad to learn of this ii- ggztberingDavileAvociia CITIImtIlvDe 1ip J Several years alais my icagi vrcre ftdWbtly affected that I kd mmj h rThceatt write A M Akc of Woo LMT I took treataeet With veral pky aiciaas wftetmmj bet5t- Fikel teed to Uk Foley HCMCJ adra4 and mj 1ai ace aow M ias a bullet I T OOM aI H fci advaaced stages if hag troiiWV a1ys efsat Tar 4os tlit comgk aid beal i tile Iaas sad jpw veata iOttIr uH frw a el4 IU tase 6ubttwtes Foe sale by WeW Wells a rrnress tf tiK Neir tn twelve Souther Sites4ne cross own 173000 farms and sup port 28000churcbe They also own a laafe aaovat of town property Th negro of th South possess aboef 300j000 worth of property These figiiree are gives by Booker Waetoin ion The Washington Poet thinks it would not be extra vag ant to add another 100000000 thus giving in round suabs 400000OCO of wealth for the 9000000 oegroes is the Uttitoi States whtch isi over 44 per capita This is a pretty good showing for the colored brother who is lit PM geaeratKNt reajored from slavery B TowmNewsJ Yocan apply MaZaa iAaWeriltlt where the paia la Itispetapls1la- psable Wawttk 1xle atUdl teat for tadr ac1agit MaaZam Mops pal iastaaily and cure all klas if bUild bletdiig itdsing aidprekii a piles Sold by H aydIia braey farl Fir Sate Saving gone ittto the merchaa tile bus MM 1 will offer for MIa priyatelyJoYfr i situated near Riley jn Marion coutty near the Lebanon and Datvilte turapike The farm contains 52 acres of landaU tillable with a bouee aitd barn on it Has some tolMioco land on it Will sell oa reaepa able terms If not sola within a short time the faiwill be fqr rent Address W B HOURIGAN 98t KilfTS tK11 Piseaalye acts like apeaitc list 1aCla the world for bUs know cricked ha ds itettir etclIOWlt1 Haydons Pkaraucy A t AL PECULIARITIESId tPSa aa Crab Thai nil lnattat Tkfr Surruundlg Many lasacts birdie uirusts und vsrn Sib and crib art ifonderfullj lenioOUtor Tb will iMw upon thm Ttslp tt or petition tbikivrvouagi M perfwtly tlmt Mtktr frloiid or Deajesin discover tbs4r wbssabosts tThere k a ftik fo b MM to the kelp bedf itbwit the Waad erf JMttta Catultna itMI a pointed be d sad pfootiMilt eyes AiOBr the bade Is a eoMkbaoua trill which to the dorsal to wile opportte tine anallAa k qMnlly iir sanei Tii fisk vary in tttar os art aamber oltf eta oraae 9r lYfcl een while sme kaje two kiN eeaiMaed darknd IIpt greesiocoUve aaft jeUnr Tbeae p ca Itarltte ot form atod eolor Jmner the AM imarvsously like ttMt keIp leaves asg wAlai l teetki A iHUMber at tkew jk wete flaced lat ta S9ttei aeolbfk l gardens wbjsre they mjitt bt obaerveO T I Mowed great UnMJfnes sjMne ofJI UN kpi frwtt the tank toMc was pr par dt where WMndlg the Sh were MBeariy as poMtbie JL braae- bcyiiwltM leaves kaagtog ia water wipeadsd flrer tIae ta The unej fyof tile a b Is tke new borne eeitac was soon etide t One swam ceto the kelp lleaves and poised self MK Downward Another y keadWotd upward became a reg aWe Iialtatkm of ubanging i skape and coor Tbe Sib vrtkec effort to eseape AaOber JJabb4tat at lbs kelp an olive ares cfab wldck eiinfs te the X deA skis etIM kelp tavgies This crab also snowed pest uneasiness wHIt it was placed to a tank When the keip was tetred Hed Ht crawled up e4t sad wal at one abneat jiarknnle i so ntnck did itresentble the kelp knYves L Anotaer crab makes Hpett J tJy like a roviik stooe WIleD it Is alarmed it draws vp its Jefs and ap0Mn a tits f iaaijBate atoM Several deep sea spiders which nadf fefl foaad at a dsptb trf 900 trekept te 4 teas fir serefal weeks When fakIR front the dredftac inot they weMi a nbrown Uwofh jinaumMy tke t t spotwbwetkercAioefrMa wassodaiki i fYetf gisk lire had iusliiliiit IatMUCC to realkw tnat ia thslgbt of tne tas It jJ wacoaakobJsetesItbeaaI t wesL was pliakkd thea passed the Mntk and ioaUy attncnnd niot to the Ifi kackv bet to the potat of toe beU aftoVo the BMwtk so that It fell ovp tke boekt a girges pta mekgthe crab rerjr conspfenaue lat t tit was startled lIM pfOflM1 fit l OQlle point upward and tbe ecab woonl be eo a rock with a tuft c JptaWMti growlac apoa Jt w n cklsbsdl t calve the most okeenring syNw i TerfcHorakL 4aNtQbsLA nutter of fact mind UIMIISI- ties ka cowfort to tk psnottwko has It and a efer aag drtght to thepsesoaa tr I f Mt J wesA W Mwith the dkickeiM wktie yo 1NNt uM OAft SC ttW MMCV after JIlL b TIIIIttoiafamXe laaiid saM UHL Jatter Jadlg 1 quietJIIi adyantacfs We kad Nonwxbi fNat e the keoseen tM aeeooX jMoty sad ths rMcfeena skpt s Nssfrlstie at 1tne back ef tile keosev Wenerer saw tbs M after immtk and ft ws ers nsariy three wisks Jams MIllie are Mte s psiksr sn Weke kee Mr to YoaCsipaIs i1tiS4IhUSC Weol Mknt asyis 5y- ad a leMtI aIiat is smU sbMrIaGey wis4 sir s we J 4a eavtiowly gut It w tor the dtMIMttIIl iteM kgi Ak Jiba be tnanfehri fee thee k- neniktake yet aMgettng od Uke the rest itlit ad cM as dut se asa LaM age JrH tWIIIIlM lit wenderr ti kear yeu Avid ag baa naetking the d e wffe Hwa 4Hy HbarsgjstasaaaEWgsssd sjeiL ara c P WrssS tishlit rk lbs ist Plat laM fr with dsig sad see4 tnrrtntf I ressaifcet to tkt OA Hey pikt Tk4r BMwt b a great ptace for wreeis WrackS inaarbeVJifcaatoi 1csm- oay a braw farm la Orkney gt eat 6 wnkks bit- meat baa pit a IaMbOOisb and a ieetboos ibere and 70D19 tIob to the Oe Me ilgktkevee on tke Skerries yotCs twa Tnere k no battce of Bracks fee a pate Saber body noo orahIHi De The FarmersF Busyu Time Is now at hand and we have what he needs in the way of Plows Wagons and Other Injptanents to make his work ea ierWehai31etb genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old Hickory StUdWbr and Champion Farm Wagons andthe bet d riJ s and seeders on the HiarkeU NorfFiern WMfe Seed Oafs f are acknowledged to be the best and WA hiftre them in any quantity Also CI6VerTimothy and other Grass Seedst We carry afull lini of Collars Hamee1 Plow Gear and Wagon Harness all kinds li f t v v If you contemplate tu1Id1nga ftuca investigate our PAGEand ELWOODiF ELD FENCIND nomi berttar Agents for Gasoline enginftu All siide8t makes McClure 8 Wells L LSOWERS I wt k 11 Ji14f b = W aaae v 1rmM attn m the sa taI prit IH mAke a denion ineilmi Toe root ft bISt IaT 1 Of fertmtO I Bare a t r sMS trtiI XaIC i will ig to MII ts Js dteek Bat wnateYer te end of 1 4i4rtM1the ovfeeme win ke tp WIItt Ol JoIIIpr rsnee to tm aiemlij for the rtteee rayto AIGtI A regiment of sttiiiirs eonid hardly mat It pjootiii And vfcat do JIHJto dor asked Btta witk the sue concentrat ed qvtot In tke frat BBMO H tetfevp Mftt hum witt COM to you jttner directly or Indirertlr TIr 9ltd net tare it Will coates wttti breaking few win anaWhat do 1t want BW to of re- peatedft JDtta DiaUTvMerely t bo answered lightly b teare open a door a side door I wfi ioioiifal that there la a doer UM M jwrtton of Oit castle ifeadinr np ky atof etnfcs to the smeklBff reetr M ts nr rtet t- h1iffs I b eBdnetammer f door 171yer l di is Tknrsity even iiId4 Nd Ud Mew towaM Mr f Amtlieftme Wde R said Etfa ItAkr rtIaC to ker feet and laced Mm a ken mIf iceman a very qeeu Her Wooing eyes were en a level wtnhto oita1w so s cried wRm clicked ftsts J ker fu eifht tIN she seeni J reNor iet fcciray wy 7iuelxind ed to took down Into his mean foxllko Ieeje 1 refuse to betray my hus- e baM nell not your husband ttewly tke aatfie4 out of her eyes ller cMncked lets relaxed Wkat d you mean Jr sfea pcred- WJMitf you seaM 1 flfdMOf Jtoiaborowich to yoar has WM asM the Frenchman without taking kta eyea frear her face Me W ddr ke aiseed jriytrfee dtod at Tver ibe said bat there I Wna no eettrktioB lather voice With nor titto and position to koML to she Mild fIlM Ute world IVlttwit these t1ll1i Joeii ewf ier reftorta that the Jea mam was discovered oa the jriataw ot lYer awl duly buried IB the pauper ceaietery said De Cbauxvllle hHbuflSyWtelJlurUek eod Mt be tone late here IB the neiffMwrkood of Trer at theftlme A potik oflker who kaa since been tHUw leered to OdeoMwaa of the oplaloa that tke dead BMB was a foreigner Tkon aN1MMIt 12000 forticiMra In XTOC oforatlrea IB Ute aaBUfactoriea 4 ToW kttokaBd Sydney JJasiberougH loft Tree to proceed eastward sad croaa- IgMNrla to Cktea IB order to airoM the e riMarles ot tile Charity league who were leeklBg et fot him at the west era frootter He will be doe at oae of the treaty ports la Chbta In akovt a iik Upoo the avppoaitkia that the kedy d4ocovered OB the plalas of Tree warn tkat of yew InMbaad you took th tppirtuBity of becotalag a prlBceaa It wM e t rprlotB 1 admire your spirit B k It was iiaBcerMM I iaiada etcaa t BajBlwpu h w ke 1fIAIeege tb ber the Th 1aigoani- jMHit Wbe want klaa Yoir1ubaM I l eir your pardoa tHlitJtCtfwouktj es take a caee It la a pwttjr vttoryj I wllWl It to kte +Bafees X kive your luiclt fcodfeoea t jKtta ttood dry Olfrped 2bef ore Jtfm gke tried to speak but norwards cave from her Mpi 0 I1kiic4a7 evcnliis before dlaner aM De Chanxvlile Awl be left her standing pD the htk rtIC 1er 11pa rlnr nt 1fM l i 1j CHAPTEU XXX j t f r NH A PrlnjltitlMat taking the clgnr from his NL ejfMIHtej aa rU al4lala1l Tkei 1er seo i IB the sleigh That which they kd lieea doing ad required no ser sat TeL aiawercd Paul Ufa taco wns iaCa d kard kte e7e stern This trou fiJ J i witk the peasants was affectlHR1 BOM Nit keeBiy than ke wwpectedr l Ad 1ft did jeJayr a1Ul- i IIdnC4L Tt else wooW t14 sT HeM W- isIveut with bert WIausex w J r hi Y1tMid tiae4eiI k- m teti hiX IMIt j s 7117 o siiare1- ii c3tt = et tr kiI aspI 1 eSesaDdwbaldff t cannot luave them amwrered j rw 1 cannot co way ffitItuerer ha1eI1 r thb tbi12a tII selves Sojneuody Us been at them ItIst oflbeeiUIBud they Do wttr ll lIl t It Tjiey are i a 5ttriig w rse city Dy any ana r cannot catch bun it T do Stclunietzv Ill twist nis ucckl- gtHnmetx smlkd grimly Yes ho answered you nre cajbkt otit lK iike lau getting tired of the woojttt lie to an iveterateIn cnttfkie Joel If ke to jtotef to ke a dnnferois fool aa weU I nnovld alneet ke kieimed tQ Jet kirn go to lie devil ia WI a way tI 4gre rblt you are not in my peettteM uC tkat to tree Pavlo They Wcre net my fatherV serfs GeneratioM of iny aeestotJJtare not saved genera Uons of tke ancestors from starva tion My faihers before uie have not iotled atlId slaved mid leglshilcd for ineni I have not learned medicine that I Jnlcht doctor tnenu- If I cite tom ke ii bolt for Peters berg tomorrow will you come re torted Paul x 4No answered the stout man hi thought otYour cynicieki Is 0a ly a matter of words7 St lmnetZ and flot of deeds Tkere is n6 question of either of u leaving Osterno lYe must stay Jmd fight It right ovft here TUgt la 3a answered Stelnmetz THit ILe Teutonic stolidity of wanner rkkk sometimes camebver him But the hidfes what of tbemff r Paul dkt bot answer Thoy wero pasolulr over tile rise of a heavy drift Tkls ia no pldce for Miss Delafleld added gelnmetz looking straight in front xf hilt I kaow thaW answered Paul sharp iiy UI wish to God she was nut here lie added fn a lowert tone and the were lost beneath the frosen aaastache Btelnrtctx made no answer They drove OH through the gathering gloom Tkenky was ota yellow gray and the earth reflected the dismal hue of it Presently It began to snow driving in a fine kaxe from the north The two men lapsed into Itenec 4opr cried Stelnmetz auddenly and Paul pulled the horsey on to their haunches I thought you were asleep he said There was no one In sight They were driving along the new road now the highway Paul had constructed from Osterno to Tver The road itself was of course Indistinguishable but the telegraph postsmarkeclits course Steinmetz tumbledheavlly out of his furs aud went toward the nearest tele graph post Where Is the wire he shouted Paul followed Thin in the sleigh Together they peered up iutp the dark ness and the J falliag snow Tijdposta were there but Ule wire was sone A whole length of it had been removed They were cut off from civilization by 140 miles of untrodden snow Steinmetz clambered back into the sleIgh and drewup Jhe fur apron He gave a strange little laugh that had a ring of boyish excitement In it This nasa had not always been stout und placid That settles one question he said Which question naked Paul He was driving 04 hard as the horses could lay hoof to ground taken with a sudden misgiving and a great desire to reach Osterno before daifk The questloa of thg ladles replied StclnmetZd It is too laic fortfiem to go now At the castle all seemed to be in or der Tho groom in lila great sheepskin coat Avas waiting In the doorway The servants threw open the vast doors and stood respectfully in the warm brilliancy lighted ball while their master passed in Where is the princess Stelnmetz asked liisvaletWhileihe was removing the evidences of a long day In the open air In her drawing room excellency Then go and ask her if she will give me a cup of tea In a few minutes A few minutes later Steinmetz pre senting himself tit the door of the little drawing room attached to Ettas suit of rooms found the princess ina matchless tea gown waiting beside a table laden with sUrer ten appliances You see sh e jaid wifji a pmilo for she always smlled on lmeh I have obeed your tVCrsu begin to think said Stelnmetz coming to the polnf In his bluff way that you tire a sort of beautiful Jonah a graceful stormy petrel a fair Wandering Jewess Therfe Is always trouble where you go0 Shct glanced at his broad face and read nothing there uGo on she said What have I been dolnn w1How you do hate me Herr Stelnmetzr Perhaps Itis safer than loving you he answered with his grim humor You are horribly grave silo said The situation he replied is hor ribly grave j Etta looked up at h mns he stood before her nnd the lamplight falling on the perfect oval of her face showed- It to he white and drawn She sat looWng up Into his strong true face and during all that followed she never moved know you AS said to be courageous and must ask you to believe tJtaMene II1I1UWhBtI am about Jo tell you 1 i foiJ lrtt iit4 yojittnus7I know IsIs complete fenressness and his bfadr faith in a people who are unwortlQ It He does not realize MI the 61 hi1vr lidli h quJL pusedifl settled The people ot the estate are- oLltJa brbk ot revolt You know what the Russian peasant Is It will be- n rarlsra juprlsinglinlf upise half lluiicft cannot W to hold tIiiIS oh1lplfl against theuicnjinot gett away from It we cannot send for help becai ewoliavenoonoto eendt Prln cess this Is time for half confl dMces I know for I kliow these pen l19 bctfcr Qven than Pau knows jhcm ram cohvlncpd that this Is not the joutcome of jhelrT33wnI braise They are being urged on by some one There ia soaaeone atthclr backBThlslsno revolt of the peasants orgauizcdby the peasants1 BrjScM ylfauiu tlcU me all you know knov4nothINgl Akd CBsfddefly ahe Ararat atot tears and buried her face Iii atloy UeeH an kercij t7 ItlaB o ifnlik Ia ato aw44e tel l1etihirM startled ft He ilaid his great hand soothingly ou- BerliidSIderT I know he said 4tilctlyI ik dir IfosalltpriacJ1fI tle I kavehad rteosptatldns7 and t bavcnot always resisted God i1riJi Jl ielrfor to 9 tways tie right thing It is a thousand Ii rdUlic tilt tor WOIDeIL tJ aud K I knew as mch thcu U I do now Princess J pIjrjjiI ritch and It was he who told mei LtokiD ber sboudc WIth uie Bootnin movements that one uses toward a child in distress IDa great hand broad nail thicjc had a certain sense of qut comfort mid strength in It Etta ceased sobbing and sat with bowed Lead llooking Ikrongk her tears into the gay wood Ire It is probable tat she failed to realize the great char ity oC tke man who was speaking to lift Is that all be knows she was won dering The suggestion that Sydney Ham kerough was not dead had risen up to eclipse all other tear In her mind In some part her thought reached him- I know so lUuchlhe said that It is safest to tell me more 1 offered you my friendship because I think that no woman could carry through your diffi cult es unaided iMjaccsa the adnilra tIon of Claude de Chauxvlllc may be pleaiantj bat I yenture to think that iny friendship Isesseritlal Etta raised her head allttle She was within an ace of handing over to Karl Stelnmetz the rod of power jheld over her by the Frenchman rl have kudwn De Chauxville twen tyfive yoavs he went on and Etta deferred Jcr cinfesslou We have never been good fjlends I admit I am no saint princess but De Chauxvlllc is a villain Some day you may dis cover when It ia too late that It wOuld have been for Pauls happiness for your happiness for every ones good to have nothing more to do with Claude de Chauxville I want to save you that discovery Will you act upon my advice Will you make a stand now Will you come to inc and tell me all that DC Cbauxvllle knows about you that he could ever use against you Will you give yourself into my hands hive me your battle to fight You can not do it alone Only believe In my friendship princess That is all I ask Etta shook her head- I think not she answered in a voice too light too superficial too hope lessly shallow for the depth of the ran ment She was thinking only of Syd ney Bamborough and of that dread se cret She fought with what arms she wjelded bestthe lightest the quickest the most hauling Ayou will slId Stelnmetz CHAPTER XXXI rA ID8SIAN village hJ n with a smoking lamp of which the chimney Is broken The greasy curtains drawn across the small windows exclude the faintest possibility of a draft There iJ also the smell of vodka which bottled curse Is standing In tum blers all down the long table The news has spread In Osterno that vodka Is to be had for the asking at the Inn where there Is a meeting Needless say the meeting Is a large one toI I tell you lIttle fatherSt ttnD was shouting that the day of the cap italist has gone The rich menthe princes the nobles the great mer cliants the monppoiPts the spies tremble They know that the poor man Is wakening at last from his long lethargy What have we done In Get many What have we done In Amer iia7 What have we done In England and France The speaker a neckless broad shouldered l ruffian looked round with tri umphant head well thrown back And now continued he let us get to business I think we understand each other He looked round with an engaging smile upon faces brutal enough to suit his purpose but quite devoid of Intel ligence There was not much under standing there The poor man has only one way of making himself feltforce We have worked for generations we have tolled gntheredIus to put forth our strength the time has gon by for merely asking for what we want We asked and they heard us not We will now go and take A few who had heard this speech or something like It before shouted their applause at this moment Before the iiolse had subsided the door opened end two or tlVee n6n pushed their way Into the already overcrowded roomCome in1 Come In cried the ora tor The mqre the better You are all welcome All we require then ui tie fathers Is organization There are souls In Ostcnio Are you going to bow down before one man All men are equal moujlk and prince Why do you not go up to the castle that frowns down upon the village and tell the man there that you are starving that he must feed you that you are not going to Work from dawn till eve while he sits on his velvet couch and smokes hIs gold tipped cigarettes Why do you not go and tell him that you are hOjentsenrl1rehOj a near a man stand nnlineIInr1round hla throat hiding half his face Who Is that cried the orator with aB itniteadyj pointing finger lIe Is jJBoujlkiiEIa8 be come here to our meeting to spy upoi- ninyasi us Ybu them vho I am rc pllca the giant hey know they will telll you Ills not the first time that Itell them they are fools I tell them again now They are fools and worse to listen to such windbags as you agitatortWli iv MitlfeMoscoW doctor said a man heslde him the Moscow doctor Then t say Le is no doctor shout governIInot leave this room alive It he does you are lost men Some few of the more violent spirits mao and pressed tumultuously towarJ tic door f The agitator shouted and screamed urging them on taking good care to remain In the safe background Jilmself Every man in the room rose to Ills feet They were full of vodka rind fury and ignorance Spirit and tall talk taken on an ompfy stomach ire dangerous stimulants Tdul stood with hIs back to the door and aev er moved SiUdOYvn fpols he cried Sit down Listen to me You dare not Touch inc you know that klt seemed that he was right for they stopped with1 staring stupid eyes and Idlerhatfas youJer from the town Choose now rimtired jfjyo I have been patient with 1O ffv years You are sheep Are yoqfl4a4so to bedazzled by the roJB1sNailter 1f1iIIIIca uN Paul bad loItWIpcriretet tkein sad be knew itr He waa qiite ooi and watchful l lIe knew that hewaa tjj lUpjr f THWM ucn were wild aWl ignorant They were mad with drink and the brave of 114ChooCfor the handle of the door behind his back If I go now i never come again He opened the door The men whom be had nursed and clothed and fed whose lives he bad saved again and again stood sullen and silent Paul passed slowly out and closed the door behind him Without it was dark and stilt There would be a moon presently and in the meantime it was preparing to freeze harder than ever Paul walked slowly up the village street while two wen emerged separately from the darkness of bylanes and followed him He did not heed theta He was not aware that the ther mometer stood somewhere below zero He did not even trouble to draroh his fur gloves He felt like a man whose own dogs hove turned against him The place that these peasants had occupied In his heart had been precisely that vacancy which is filled by dogs and horses In the hearts of many men Paul walked slowly through the vil lage of Osterno and realized In his un That man compromising 18Toom1alive men who lived therein there were not three upon whom he could rely He had nipheld his peasants for years agolfist thfticynlc truths of Karl Stein m tiIIo had resolutely refused tan exen to himself that they were Devote of gratitude as they were tftrbdotu And this was the end of otl ur1Jledwith baste you must not come here alone any longer rum afraid of them I have no control Paul paused and suited his pace to the shorter legs of hit companion Starosta he sllidtIs that you Yes excellency saw you go into the inn so I waited outside and watch ed I did not dare to go Inside They will not allow me there They are afraid that I should give informa tionilowiong have these meetings been going on- The j last three nights excellency In Osterno but itlst1e same all over the estate tOnly on the estate Yes excellency fr Paull walked on In silence for some paces The third man followed them without catching them up I do not understand excellency said the starosta anxiously It is not the nihilists N6 It Is not the nihilists And they do not want money cx cellency that seems strange Very admitted Paul Ironically And they give vodka This seemed to be the chief stum bling block in the starostas road to a solution of tile inystery Find out for me said Paul after a pause who this man Is where he comes from and how much he Is paid to open his mouth We will pay him more to shut It Find out as much as you can and let me know tomorrow I will try excellency but I have lit tie hope of succeeding They distrust me They send the children to my shop for what they want andthc little ones have evidently been told not to chatter The moujlks avoid me when they meet me What can I do You can show them that you are not afraid jif them answered Paul That goes a long way with the inou Jlk At the great gates of the parkvtliey paused and Paul gave the mayor of Osterno a few last words of advice While they were standing there the other man who hind been following joined them Is that you Steinmetz asked Paul his hand thrust with suspicion speed into his jacket pocket Yes QiWhat heroT Watching you answered Karl Stelnmetz in his mild way It is no longer safe for either of us to go about alone It was mere foolery your going to that Inn CHAPTER XXXII oF nil the rooms in the great castle Etta liked the morning room best Persons of a trou bled mind usually love to look upon a wide prospect The great drawing room was only used after dinner Until that time the wnboudolrIng over the cliff Here while the cold Scrcdlahomely meal They had come regular ly the last few evenings Paul and Stelnmetz had suddenly given up their long drives to distant parts of the cs tate Here the whole party was assembled on the Sunday afternoon following Pauls visit to the village Inn and to them came an unexpected guest The door was thrown open and Claude dc Chauxvlllc pale but self possessed and quiet came into the room Tlc perfect case of his manner bespoke a practiced familiarity with the dUll cult position His last parting WI Paul and Stelnmetz had been to thI the least of It strained Maggie knew disliked and distrusted him hated and feared him ahortlinfo turn1cdout Prince he sold frankly I have come to throw myself upon your genL eroBJty WIn you lend me a horse I was riding lath forest when my horse fell over a root and lamed himself I found I was only three mlle from Qs teme aa I came My utefertnae mmt be my exenee for this Intnwtes Paul performed fracioualy ewmfh that wblcb charity and potttoneaa de maD of him He ignoredI the ptobabUifr thai Da 1 v uu7iTnre ana mmea uis norse on purJ pose and offered him refreshment white his saddle was being transferred to the back of a fresh mount Further than that lie did not go He did not consider himself called upon to oleti a nights hospitality to the man wno had attempted to murder him a week before frankness De Chaux 1soonis something honest in an ungracious acceptance of favors Stelnmetz sug gested that perhaps M dp Clmuxville had lunched sparsely and the French man admitted that such was the case But that he loved afternoon tea above all meals It Is so innocent and simple I know I have the same feeling my self concurred Steinmetz courteously- Do you ride about the country much alone asked Paul while the servants were setting before this uninvited guest it few more substantial delica cies Ah no prince This Is my first at tompt raid Itlt Ltd not prprorcJ ir this pleasure iI sUould say that it will be my last It Is easy to lose yourself said Paul bcsidesand the two Iends watched the Frenchmans face closely besides the country Is disturbed at presentSDC Chauxville was helping himself daintily to pate de fole gras Ah indeed Is thajt sohie answer ei But they would not hurt mq a Dtrangcr in the land AntI so the ball was kept rolling There was never any lack of conversa Eon when Stelnmetz rud DC Chaux vlllc wcrctosotlstr nor was the talk without snbflaVnrrf acidity At length the center of attention himself diverted that attention He Inaugurated an ar gument over the best cross country route from Osterno to Thors which sent Stclumetz out of the room for a map During the absence of the watch ful German he admired the view from the window and this strategic move mont enabled him to say to Etta aside 01 must see you bpfore I leave the house It Is absolutely neccssqry Not long after the return of Stein metz and the final dccisipitiirfhspecting the mid to Thors Etta left th room and a few minutes laterwthe servant announced that the barons horse Nras at the door De Chauxville took his leave at once With many assurances of lasting grati tude SKlndly he added make my ndleus to the princess I will not trouble her Quite by tccidcut hemet Etta at the ben of the state staircase and expressed such admiration for the castle that she opened the door of the large drawing room andtpok him to see that apartment What I arranged for Thursday is for the day after tomorrow Tuesday said DC Chauxville as soon as they were alone We cannot keep them back any longer YiAi understafldthe side door to be opened at 7 oclock Ah who Isthts- Thcj both turned Stelnmetz was standing behind them but he could not imve iicardDe Chauxvilles words He vlosctr the door carefully and came forward with lila grim smile Just we three repeated Steluinctz De Chauxville you love fin epigram The man who overestimates the fool Ishucss of others la himself thin biggest fool concerned A lame horse the princes golucroslty making youi adieu You should know me better than that after nil these years No you need not look at the door NO one will interrupt us I have seen to that He turned to the princess with the grave courtesy that always marked his attitude toward herI Madame he said I fully recog nize your cicvorucas In lshigtoroursclf to the position you Slow occupy but I would remind you that that position carries with It certain obligations It Is firirdly dgnlfled for a princess o engage herself In a vulgar love Intrigue In her own house Jt Is iu t a vulgar love Intrigue cried Etta with blazing eyes 1 will not allow you to say that Where is your boasted friendship Is this a sample of IU Karl Steinmetz bowed gravely with outspread hands Madame that friendship is at your service now as always De Chauxville gave a scornful little laugh He was biting the end of Ills mustachio as bo watched Ettas face For a moment the woman stoodnot the first womoo to stand thusbe SPEDS PIT M Thats what a prominent druggisti said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public btit the aboveremark and similari i expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offrs a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh in4 vitality and repairing tvalite The actionof 3cotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than theI om position of the Emul sion itself What it does it doe through nourish ment the kind of nourish J nent that cannot be cfc tained in Ordinary food No system is too weak orjj i delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will sens you a sample foe B MM tkit thk pktarc In IIof1Iuy CscOTTacstI 409 Pal StJ J 5ot u41- st att I 7 7 uuI 1uTU v xv men sue turned to Stelnmetz The victory was his the greatest he had ever torn from the grasp of Claude de Chauxvlile You know she said tka t thIs man has me in his power You alone bat not both of as to gether answWedOUeinnitb De Chauxville looked uneasy Re hIallow your imagination to run away with you You Interfere In what does not concern youuty very 1eatD Chauxville I think not At all events lam going to coo tinue to Interfere Etta looked from one to the other She had at the first Impnlsjfe gone over to Steinmetz She was now meditat ing drawing back If Do CkauxTille kept cool all might yet be welljtke dread secret of the probability of Syd ney Bamborough being alive might still be withheld from Steinmetz She had to decide quickly She de ClUed to assume the role of peacemaker MYdo Chauxville was on the point of going she said Let him go M de Chauxville Is not going until I have finished with him madame This may be the last time we meet I hope it is De Chanxvlile looked uneasy His was a ready wit lad fear was the only feeling that paralyzed it Etta looked at him Was his wIt going to desert him now when he most needed IU He hadridden boldly Into the lions den Such a proceeding requires a certain courage but a higher form of Intrepidity Is required to face the Won standing before the exit Steinmetz turned to Etta Princess he said will you now fn my presence forbid this man to come to this or dny other house of yours Will you forbid JIm to address himself either by speech qr letter tcf you again You know I cannot do that replied EttatWhy not Etta made no answer Because replied De Chauxville for her the princess Is too wise to make an enemy of me In that respect she Is wiser than you She knows that I could send you and your prince to Si beria Steinmetz laughcc1I Nonsense bo saldl Princess he went on if you think that the fact of De Chauxville numbering among his friends a few obscure police splesglves idra the right to persecute you you are mistaken Our friend Is very clever butxhe can do no harm with the little that he knows ofthe Charity league Without going into affairs which do not concern you said the Frenchman answering for her I think you will recognize that the secret of the Chari ty league was quite sufficient excuse for me torequesta few minutes alone with the prlncessV Princess said Steinmetz answer me before It Is toa late Has be Chauxville aro other hold over you Etta nodded and the little action a Drought a sudden gleam to the French mans eyesIIf said Stelnmets looking froth one to the otherIf you two have bees deceiving Paul I will have no mercy I warn you of that Etta turned on him Can you hot believe pie she crietL VI have practiced no deception in common with M de Chauxvillej Thg Charity league IIrf quite enough for yon my friend put In the French nian hurriedly You know no more of the Charity league than you did before than the Just tec rircc whole world knew ore except this 1n Jys share rin the d posal of the pa a p4is said Stelnmer tAnd this ladys shreln the dupes al of the papers w1 ot be weIeoznS- lOWS to the prince answered De Chauxville Welcome or unwclitimc he shall be told of It tonight Etta looked round nnrply her lips apart and trembling By whom asked TV Chauxville JJy me replied Stciunietz Sucre was anioaieiury pause De Jhauxvlllc and Etta exchanged a glance Etta felt that Bhewas lost this Frenchman was not one to spare either man or wouinii from any motive of charity or chivalry Even if that ij he said the princess is not relieved fron the em barrassment Df her situation NO Xo my astute friend Th t Is a little mutter connected with Jury Bamborougu which has conic my knowledge Etta moved but she said nuJr- be sound of her breathing was Ur tlingiy loud Auli Sydney Bamborough said Stelnmetz slowly What about IilinV He Is not dead that is all roodlhnndmouth for a second But he died lie was found on the fetcppc and buried at Tver So the story ryust said De Ckawx viiie with easy sarcasm But wh found isbn on the steppe Wise burled Jdim at Tver 41 did my friend The next second Stelnmetz staggered back a step or two as Etta fell heavily into his arms But he never took Mi ryes off De Chauxville i TtJ1lie pil toiit net M a book and uM s k psive act DsWIWs IMb- Ear JBntnr tty cot e Hrailspkt 0iis fttkm BAUoeMt otc murtf RIser Aff aaatt easy to take and enay toad t safe pUt Mack avlltoa hofel Jerk at Valley Cftyi NDJT- IIo fcottlei cured ms of hronlccoa- ipatlon Sold by all Druggistsi T beIaof f to4soalnAll CMHiietibHiy JtaHttttinmf aa4HJUoog4 sis 4aaietbTPI zut What loC STORol T 01CMt JlIUtn OMt OM PSDrs a yrps It IIIP heataIam aedt Op XIrpIas l ji itoo ItsaM it gwa it tL w4a aJ7s Peved It es Narmoo I 1J1iIIIt CfeBc It ryes Tootta rosbIes r Cflu4a flol Ylatmleaiey tIltoo tk yI f= JltIIlllRf BweIs 8hDc besUiyi 1 iks Li TbE CkPa DeJhtklti 7 In fJti GENUINE CASTOR 1k r r L llfBIMM 1C 1 Te MYou Hare Always f s 7 In bte For Over 30 Yea ft WtSSTu ssr1N w lOSS I 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of ke tlets which are full of tafamaMMe fnr nlturc and draperies and tkerefora Lit modem BManaef protectioB art pea fuaely provided Is the kteat wllt Mrue lures New Yorks 7600008 Hotel La la an exCt1ktttUJ8IIIet Ute BMtk ode IB respects Tke kulMiBC itHU his a ayaeeai of walled ta atalrcaeea ani eonMora 4t vided bite sectioiw jr oJeara wMek ia cue of ire can all ke iwusjshut ICIIpeecoo spread of smoke wkick to mere to ke drewiei thin flaine not oJy because o the suffocation it carries with It but becawe ot the panic it liMIt lanraria bly causes Every reea has an anitmatie ire detector in the ceillnir tineietinc of a tHn tat and an ammonia dta phragm MhowiMl the acakia ire the la boils at a temperatBro of 130 degrees expanding the dia phragm and cllag an eieetrical en cult which prodncea a ied tkjnt in a tiny bulb that marks the nmer ot tile room la the Me ammnebttor dew atalra in the oMce The jetoelnr of tkW circuit also rings a goaf m a specmi elevator at the engine room sold oubjr IB case of ire Wben the JrH soBnJp tIM drilled ee giBe room emptoyetojrriMk to the eie vator They carryfwltk tIHtiItCBtokora axes ast l fManAiiml bees ready for nee eon lei W rne ntantptpm on every ioor Tke k ee la liofi eves rods instead of being we md ipso reek and can thus bet into play In tke quickest noesiMe mannir Meanwhile bells art latIW hallways and servant qnartera OB tfce ioor from Which the alarm kaa bess gives Jnct M Ute enfine coem aso are trained to exrlagmsk ires no every ether sespses Is to lb part ke or the to to play ht aaer 1XHC7ntance Maid ussr tile ntaJrways ami sIeveS iO show guests tit way jut if they wish to toave Urn jne Mi sad beildIs eseb e Ohs 4sr viands how to kamtle an stIssler1- odrjl1s are held every other week in tile Aator and are eomtaeted ny an pert fly this ineana tftodyMne to meJntnmed lad tneJnowledfe neees nary M kandlinc the eppeMtM to fur iilifcii It to Tory ttteiy tkat the sqtmd May nerer be caitod BBOB to cope with aa aeteaJ ire ocu6Bt to tuo chance ot one krealrmf eet kt every employee to rudy What to done in this Meffr hotel to typkal of the pre cnatkna taken In many other modern tmttdiBfa so that tke danger ot a earl oua Lie in them is practically over me MM kM beem jmde under liiipe sL mipui ikiiom MaCe tt Infnnwy AaoW tbta pos 1tZar aM list citrp 1I wt H JJUIII1u on iMofe to tor these rtntinc iuetrertod always Tort II J 1 v tOSS v H WIMa Yos y ij iIkiMiktelbkIr tb a They wssthtbs4Ws U a kclI r r knI 1 C t 1h s 6 MICi = fILr PAPOOSE POPCOIIf AXswOSsdbIsesybr 7MM ftMJpr PUtA rabocrther to the Botitkcra Agrle0tarlt Sesd the orfP IalNhsot it sotMgwttbSIEsri1b wrote iBatWPer Wltk foojl vosadandearkwm 1Dake osa it to Itrkoakeb to ihisot steBtod HUdc ud cmt atoJk aid It will make orefood sat feed than sh IBdiBBBBMMVOC laari OM ekokra I hare ot loat a iowl with ekolefa steee I BBTO boom raisin it KIso pops bfifl This ar tide kroagkt imatredf of rev quests for aeed Mi aow only afew kwkeli uult Send ifcj JtorB 4 eatka trial PutacHp tloa AcultuliatJcd y will pt 100 seed by ritq asH akw details ot Slt prl r laacoa- ttr y P 8 and Portia 1 so sa loto tt I Tti r t ipTISTF ACTED j PAIN pck tip stairs tLD KY fWorkStrict rstclass kHLAMPTON OFFICE rrperFGRIGSBY Hbus AT LAW 8PRINOPIEED over Peoples Bank KY J B ROBARDS M W FyL RBARDS HYATT Pljsicitnsj and Surgeons 11J Office next to Ulerk s omce JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAIi fr fttclilkerr and Jetelef 4 1t Carries a Iin6of Watches Clocks L and Jewelry Repairing aSpe jculty Located on Main Street opposite Presbyterian church SpringfieldKy DRf F TRUSTY T PRACTICAL fc DENTIST 4i1 OJOfJic bver Haydon Barber si Y fi Dental woatrisonab1epriCS- T f All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY 1 JOHN Y1 MAYES LJiNRAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EM BAtMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 FflflP1EB II Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule jthowin effect on the Eard town j Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at i 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm BardstoWji 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at iSy SO mf Bardstown 617 am Junction 705 am trdsownrives Louisville 755 arn 4 itNo 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm i No44 Leaves Springfield a l20pm Baidstown 230 pm Bardstown Junoticn 435 pmq arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville I 935 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown 735 pm ardvesut Springfield 825 pm lour Repairing Solicited Shop Opposite Opera Honse I am prepare to do all kinds of repairing on Boots ajid Shoes Machines Umbrellas Locks and Guns Purnitura repaired and Upholstered jScis sors Raisors and Kniyes shar pened Saw filing In fact I can do all Kinds ofr work in the rewiring lines Work guaranteed GEO B TAYLOR J Beat rate iIn WW YrrK aild CmC8- Otf 4 f Daring Novembar and December 1903 one fifth of the deaths iu New r York and Chicago were from pnetj f fMQ1 ioleys Honey and Tar npt f+ mlT topsthe cough but hea and 4j iir tlCtlMHahe langs and prevents r1 5 pocbMOiiU so do not take chances 01 f eJA W arjhig away whea Potty H y and Tar will cure yol quicklyi Tt JttN1tfeFgr sale bY Wood A uI= t rII i roweu4 I TOWN iiVti i f H WfifiH Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest IIJ1UtYrselrI Friends I 1 Garden seedhi bulk at Jno C Shad rs The best Asparagus tips at Hagan Bros Home made pure maple sugar at J A Shaders Salt Rising and Cream bread at Jno C Shaders Qarden ralfest forlrs hoes otc to be found at Hagan Bf 0s I Garden Seed Seed Potatoes and Oriion Sets at Hagan Bros Old Honesty coffee the best to be hadJno C Shader sole agent You will enjoy a can of Spin ach For sale by Hagan Bros Pure apple vinegar and coun trysorghum at Jno C Shaders Our 5 and IQc counters are still running Hagan Bros We arc headquarters for euchre prizes Ha anBros Wait and do yQur buying Monday 27tb bargain day at P JJThomas Come in Monday and see for yourself what you ave J PJ Thomas Special prices on everything Monday county court day P J Thomas Early Rose Burbanks Early Qhios first and second growth triumph seed potatoes at John 0 Shaders Mr Fonsy Smith has sold his house and lot on East Main and High streets to MrQBohanon of Campbellsvillo for 800 Mrs Julia Key aged 89 years and one of the oldqst residents jn the county died at her home near Jensonton last Friday eDr S i Smock has bought the house and Ilot of Mrs Hopper abovetowp750 FOR SALE A three months tuition certificate in the Bryant Stratton Business College at a bargain Apply to the NEWS LEADER WANTED A reliable white woman to do general housework for faniily of three Middle aged prefered NOwashing or iron ing ISAAC CURY The public sale of horses of Byon Parks at his place in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood which came off last Wednesday was quite successful Eleven head of horses were sold in all Prices ranged from 21 to 110 SM Campbell attended coun ty court at Danville Monday and reports about 100 cattle on the market He sold a bunch of two year old heifers at 3 per 100 pounds a cow and calf for 128 cow and calf for 20 and a mare for 3260 The NEWSLEADER office is batter prepared this year than ever to print horse and jack bills ofiall descriptions and we guarantee our prices An advertise ment of your horse and jack in the NEWSLEADER will reach a hostof people and is a bound to bring good results Mr James I Royalty has bought of Rev P F Hennessy the place a short distance above town paying therefor 3300 Mr Royalty will move his family to town to live this fait He Is the present Assessor of the County and heand his family will be a pleasant addition to the community Mr Sylvester Smith has see cured from W L Graham the finely bred stallion Mambrino Boy Jr No 6997 and will make the season with him at the Fair Ground stables Mambrino Boy has tHe blood of the finest trot ting strains in Kentucky and has a well established reputation as a sire of fine celts Mr Smith will also stand two good jjacks at the same place See his advertisement in this issue JThe public sale of the proper ty of Harry Shewmakerdeceased which was conducted last Thursday by S M Campbelll auctioneer was well attended Personal property consisting of live stock grain etc sold fairly well The TOPICS i OO real estate sold as follows The hpme tract coHsisting of 134 acres of land sold for 3442 cents an acre Dick Shewmaker Jr being the purchaser 80 acres sold at 1155 per acre and a tract containing three and a half acres sold at 640 an acre IIwhorainged before Judge Litsey yes terday and waived an examining trial and was held to the grand jury The Mobley boy is recov ering H M Moss bought for the American Tobacco Co the fol lOwingcrops of tobacco last week Pope BiShop 3 500 pounds at 12 cents Simms and Dragoo 18000 pounds at 10 cents Hay den Olarksonj 12000 pounds at 10 and 5 cents Hayden Clark son 7000 pounds at 11 and 6 cents Conner Smith p000 pounds at 10 and 4 cents Mc Elroy Anderson 7000 pounds atlO and 4 cents R C Pinkston 3500 pounds at 10 cents If ones to judge from the above figures the predicted drop in prices has not come and the chances are favorable to a strong tobacco market from now on We publish in tbis issue an ad vertisement from Mr B B LeaBchman the well known stock man of the Pleasaut Grove neighborhood Mr Leachnian- still has his celebrated Chester Dare Stallion Chestnut Dare which will make another season at his place At the Springfield Fair last year there was a ring l of Chestnut Dares colts howni which attracted a great attention and which stamped the horse as one of the best sires in this part of the state Mr Leachnun will also have at his stables his horse Lpgrande and two fine jacks For further particulars see the advertiement in this issue The Board of Town Trustees held its regular neeting Tues day evening transacted some business of interest The most important thing done was the fixing of the tax levy for the yeari which was increased from 50 cents to 75 cents on every 100 worth of property The revenue thus obtained is we understand to be devoted to street repairing and other needed public improve ments The Board of Supervisors reported on somE raises in assessments and Friday was ap pointed as the day on which property owners shall appear to snow cause why increase put on their valuations shall not stand Competitive bids on the city printing for one year were considered and the contract award epl to the News Leader After transacting ome routine business the meeting ad jojirned Negroes figljt Shuck Tayree and Charlie Mckinney two well known young negrbes about town engaged in a fight and Tayree was struck in the head with a rock which made a good sized hole in his cranium Taryee used a pistol on his side but his taim was evi dently bad for he fired several Buy your drugs here i and bring your prescriptions to us X shots at his apponent without ef fect Both cf the belligerents were arrested and put in jail Taryee has recently been enlist ed in the regular army bY tine recruiting officer at this place and expected to leave for duty in a few days He began his target practice a little early Tjhey were tried before Judge Noe and each fined 15 and costs A Sad Death Mrs Bertha Miller one of the most popular and best beloved young woman of her community died at her howe in the Hills boro neighborhood on lastFtnUay consumption Although Mrs Miller had been in failing health for several months hei death was shockingly sudden which made it much the more severe blow to herrelatives and friends the deceased was the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Leachman About three y ars ago she was married to Mr Will Millers who died within a year from the date qf their marriage of consumpt ionMrsMiller wasof an exception ally bright mind and disposition and had many fciends throughout the county The funeral took place on Friday afternoon from the Hillsboro church of which the deceased was a mem ber The sympathy of the corn munity is extended to the berea vedrelativesand friends Death of 1Wr George Royalty Mr George Royalty of the Seaville neighborhood departed this life Thursday March 16th at 730 oclock in the evening Hehadbeen sick some time with Brights disease and his death had been expected for several days Hewas 72 years old and was known everywhere as a good Christi in gentleman He was a member of the Baptist church at this place and we feel that we have lost a member whose place will be hard to fill He was also a Mason and was burned by that order He lea ves a wife and one little boy Willie age six years and an aged brother Mr Thomas Royalty besides a host of other friends land relaives to mourn his death Funeral services was conducted bv Rev Summers ajter which his body wzfs laid to rest in the Fairview cemetery to await the resurcction morn Although our grief is great we weep not as those that have no hope but our prayers are for that little boy who is to be brought upwithout a fathers care that he may walk 1in the steps of his father and be as good and faithful a servant for our Lord Jesus Christ The deceased formerly lived at this place A BR Tatbam Springs The Interesting Revival The news of the success of the 111rCE Zion church has createdlgreat interest both in town and the surrounding countryr Rev Venable win deliver special ser mons this week and next Sunday will preach his farewell sermon Baptism and the Holy Commun iion will be administered by the Evangelist All are invited to attend the service The Evangelist W H Vehable has en I deared himself to the people of the church God has blessed his efforts by adding fiftyfive to the MethogistchurGh GB Walker Pastor lPinemlve acts liken poultice Best thing in the world for boils burns cracked hands tetter etc Sold by Hajdons Pharmacy doooboooOOooooooobO A GOOD SPRING TONIC Isrv PERRYS KOLACELERY f WITH IRON c Blood Purifier System Vi talizer Strengthens the Nerves and Regulates the Bowels Liver and Kidneys Price 3100 r w I11f11 6ESTAElLISfiEC Jaas Xi 6oooooo ooc oocooooo J r PERSONAL Mr Glenn 0 Wood vas in Bardstcwn Sunday Mr H H Claybrooke isi here from hjcottsborp A aIMr T D Wells was So Fair field the 11stof the week Miss Minnie McCIellan has re turned from Louisville T S Mayes is in Lexington this week on legal bus less Miss May Brbw ne was iq Louisville the first of the week Dr W W Hyatt of Wilhsburg was in town the first of the week Mr A C McElroy w mtto Louisville yesterday afternoon Mr Andrew Cunningham went terjdayvisiting friends and to see Ben Hur Mr Lee Goodc or the Texas neighborhood has gone to Illi nois Lieut David R Litsey of Ft Thomas is at home this week for a visit hMrsting her mother at Crescent Hill this yeek fIMisses Lidia and Clay McElroy went to Louisville yesterday toI see Ben Hur Miss Mattie Tucker is ip Lou isville to witness the performance of Ben Hur- Barbour Baldwin of Bards townas a visitor of Miss JetnleI McCabe Sunday Mrs Kate Hays hasgone to Belton Texas where she will make her home Messrs Harry Hansbrogliand Hugh Lee Smith were in Bards town Sunday Messrs Bert Walters James Shultz and Cliff Roberts were in Lebanon Sunday Mr and MrsW H Osbournf of RineyviIle rG at the home of C H Mclntire Mr William Huff of Taylors yule visited at T D Wells the tirt of the weik Mr Louis Ruckno and wife of LiOuisviile were 5n town Thursday and Friday Miss Sadie Mayes is at home again from a pleasant yisit to friends in Taylorsville Misses Sarah and Blue Jay Simm will go to Louisville Fri day to see Ben Hur Mrs Luciar Gregory and Miss reIturned from Somerset Mr Will Curry and wife of Louisville visited MCS S B Thompson last week Miss Florence Hamilton of Fredevickstown is visitingi her sister Mrs J L Barber Mrs Charles D Robertson spent the llatter part of last week with friends in Louisville Dr J B RoBards went to Burgin to the horse sale of tIre Buster Brothers yesterday Miss Fennie Redding spent Sat urday and Sunday at Lebanon with her sister Mrs John Brown The Entre Nous Club was delightfully entertained last evening by Miss Annie Chord Miss Nellie Reed of Pleasant Grove spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs Margaret Peters Miss Rose Mackin and Miss Blanford of Lebanqn were guests of Miss iiargaret Hagan this wCek Miss Rebecca McWhortejp has returned from Louisville where she has been to have her eyes treated Mrs J B RoBards is visiting her parents at Burgin A R Shultz went with Mrs RoBards and returned Tuesday Mr Burk iRobertson has reJ turnecl from Hot Springs where he was treated for rheumatism He is much benefited ItMiss Margaret McChord spent Saturday and Sunday with IierI parents Mr C 0 McCbOrd and juisvilJeNondny E S Mayes H M rrundy T Si Mayes 0 M McOhcrd and Conrad Hertlein went fo Mack yule on last Saturday nig1t to do some degree work with thi Ma sonic lodge j Dr Miles Saundersof Beuchel was here last week to see some old friends Dr Saunders is pre paring to go back to Breathett county this summer to continue his mission work Miry Logan Neal is con 1MiSS her room with an attack motberl1lrshoma last weei and win remain here utitil Mary Logan is able to- go to Somerset with her Mr antil Mrs W K Robortsoi and son Downey went to Louis yule to hear Ben Hur Mr and Mrs Robertson will go on from LoUisyille to Cincinnati to seethe spring styles to buy spring goods for the store of Robertson Brothers Miss Kate Wharton entertained at eight hand euchre Friday enening Those who played were Mr Moss and Miss Penn Mr R F Sutton and wife Miss Bettie Irvine Dr Shaunty Mrs GX Wharton arid Mr Georgo Whartori Mrs H B Mc lroV entertained a few friends at eight hand euchre Saturday evening Tho guests were Mr R H Sut ThompSonGeorge Wharton Miss Kate Wharton and Mrs Palmer G McElroy family Reunion L W Jenkins off the Willis burg neighborhood gives us a few items of the reunion at the home jbf GV Jenkins hir grandfather at Kirklund this county which took place March 18 There were a large number of children graud children and great grandchildren and friends He is the father Of l8children hasIbeen married twice his second wife isin her 5ath year He has 95 grand children 73 great grand children and 5 great great grand children Mflf Jenkins is near his 80th birthday find is a highly respected citizen He has scores of friends irf this arid adjoining counties May he live to enjoy many more happy reunions with bis relatives and friends CA S T0IIABears Signature of Hao ff ctlloWers and Plants Remember will be in Spring field this spring as usual with a nice lot of flowers and plants Geo R Mattiflgly tgifs for Setting From a pure strain of Barred Plymoth Rocks at only L per setting of 17 r J1rs Malissa Green J For Rent A store house and blacksmitll shop at Simms This is one of the best stands for business in the county A good location for a grist mill Address w L SMITH 327 W Market St Louisville Ky 4t i v MambriDO Boy JrI r 6997 Sire of Volo 2IZ Will make the season of 1903 at the Fair Ground stab le at 10 To Insure a living Colt Mambrino Boy Jr Is too well known In Washington and adjoining counties to need any long description He has the finest pedigree of any horse in this section and is the sire of some fine horses He is 16 hands high solid black andjs a handsome individual At thcsame place this season we will stand BLACK BOY f He is a black jack 15 hands and one inch high fine bone and muscle and five years old He is by G T Klm berlins Jack he by Logan Caldwells fine Jennett Jack 16 hands and which took second prize at the Chicago Worlds Fajr Black Boys first dam was a 15 hand jennett sired by George Tarkingtoris 10 hand Jack called Painington which sold for 2600 Black Boy has proven him self to tea sure foal getter He will make the season oflOOSat S3TO INSURE A LIVING COLT George Washington Blackjack with white tips 14J hands high 6 years old and a good breeder He was sired by Prince of Peace he by Prince of Wales bfe by Gabe he by Peters old Black Hawk His first dam was a good jennett 15 hands high whose breeding was unknown George Washington will make the season at S7 TOINSURE A LIVING COLT In each Cake money fa due when the mare is farted with A Hen is rer tamed on all colts to secure service fee All precautions taken to pre vent accidenfs but will not be respon sible should any occur MrSmlth can at all times be found either at the stables or in Springfield SYLVESTER SMITH I SON 4 ToTheI rrT- hetirne iscomingfor ou to iip 4 5T yoursheep Dontfrget wb hanUlo t b the best Lt Sheep Dip t 4 on the market and we cm give you the BEST PRICES WoodWeI1s 1pJ t THE DRUGGISTS I5 4 IIing j r 1c+P osweriJ7st work tif SpetCtlt ILl 4 OOOO OOOO J434f ci Cr 1 Q Peoples Deposit Bank tII- J 1rSPRINGFIELD ItT j 5 R ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 y JI Capital 5OOOO r v it i5 Surplus and profits iOOOOi ff L ii OFICERSGco D Robertson President L HThurraanxYiqeEre r 7r 5 dent J A BoulvrSie cashier Chas 41 McGhord ji t vi Assistanti Cashier H C Lee BookKeeper fl f- 4DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson I H Thurman ST 4 Grahapt G fC l j 4 L Haydon J W Satterly T Blanfdrd 7 j iH 5 IIPatrons enjoy every privilege usually extended by reliable and j Jfi vrell equipped Banks Prospective depositors areinvited to write dr y f I- p call in person r fj V tVI f 9 4r3ScJ SFij4iNfJlitj 1ii ii witl iiiitiWilwOi Jiu C J s WALL PAPERP v4iLti l rj JI1 ETEliP4NoriIf 1t tWe are now Showing ou71 ti i 1 E Jrl Inew Spiring Designs in ji B r ii lJtjt IfALLL fPAPEE t t 6v f tv vir I J 5 t si r fi F i litI and especially invite ilijnt RId I 2 h 1 spe tion of our StockI I to I J f Robertson Bros5T J jt iil 4 3 4 EI iif mf mM Tf 1 If t t A BUSINESS TYF ENAFJITING l f r allover willbe mailed YOu BEB School openai I year can eerat I E J Croup is quickly relieved whooping cough willl not run its coufse if use the original Bees Laxative Honey and Tar This Cough Syrup Is different from all others because it acts on the bowels You can not Croup and Whooping Cough until oul rid the system of all congestion by wqrklng off tle cold throngh copious action of the bowels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar does this and cures all coughs croup whooping sough otc No opiates Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Tho Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller bf Roney Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver Kidney trouble in areceot he says Iwas nearly of these and al though I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a EOc bottle of your great Electric fit ters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on earth aid thank GoJ who gavevou tth to make them Sold and guaranteed to CUte Dyspep ita Biliousness and Kidney Dis ease G J Uayden dIUggist atO J a bottle 1Isibsohiteyml1rrto the yonng man IoIrsttlJ BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAiPHV Seven xpejrienced teachers t enofi one one a specialist in his line Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from ffraduates occupying prominent positional the UnItedStatesit to the Students any time J J WRIGHT and you cnre acdI ter complaints knpwledife by ntiI PRESIDJENT i lili iii q qjj Again Ready Jt4 YorS JI We desire our frilndj and pus f 4 tomers to knew that the news f J machinery has been installed iivvj Pf our mill and TVO are once more l ready for business Remembr 1 our brands 4S t Springfield Choice r Pride of Wtfskmjjttii l- i ISohd CHtfort f A Shipstuff bran and mixed food rGash paidl for Whe nt and Core tfj 51 riS- PIIKGFIELD ilLLEiWLSi i tJARBOEC V New IU4MI Oil kills Qif tiNa k tllrduofihe way in W Jk 8aii4 rd Oil people control of business and MIL oV ia epodent producers of oil Advoptd in the investiga fi turn It 4 niCssheotheday i shown that tlie oil company pet foiN 4 ttHtrailroads operating in i ijaW Karsas oil district to fit a rvlJBg which oull If J I c u Irtert indtpende OIiptD8 from shipping in tank m All of th companies in Mae iraus Mia ouri freight bureau andltartItlO EfMM oil J5eld began to show tip well and by the change made the only petroleum which would be received f r transportation in tank crs was that destined to a eooftigaee who possessed star jajitocilitiesfprthebil after it re cbedT itg destination This order almost prohibited iode ptod flt refiners from distribu tine their oil is they were u u abJ to erect storage tanks itfal- ltftbetowns tto which they i ahipptd oil tlCIt bas been the custom of the o9ft JBUnclard Oil Compaoy said i4Ftik S Monnett to have thi 4 rule adopted by the railroads in- S which it owns an irite cs juntas ftli1IOQtIitis evident that inde 4 rrt Q peedentrefineries are getting a f t i foot bold in thexfield Itis the l S a ftaie method that has been used ly ikytija company in destroying Dpetition in Eastern fields c f= The companies will accept de Vswrrage on any other class of freight than oil Usually an in Jid dependent refiner ships his oil to t i iS a small town in his own tank car- tha the car switched to a side track and unloads and sells Iron 4his wagons until the car is empty r This rifle which it developed that all4 the western roads adopt ed would prevent that and the 4 Stsofdard could have to itself P very town in which the inde pendent man did not want to 4 erect a tank r It is difficult to cure a ough or free yourlf from the di cemfort8 ofS cold unless you move the bowels Bees Laxative Hope y and Tar acts on the bowels and drives all cold out of the system Then comes its soothing effect and strengthening influence poH the throat aodlungp For croup whooping cough colds and all Lung and Bronchil attentions no remedy Iis equal to the original Bees Laxative 1 Honey and Tar Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Descried Their Tpwns fSo late as the end of the seventeenth century the inhabitants of Ceylon were in the habit of deserting their towns Their customs are described in the ncr rative of Captain Robert Knox who fovf Jilnetecn years from 1GGO to 1079 speuksIiing to the fact that their Inhabitants had forsaken them This they did itr many of them fell sick and two or rtbree died soon after one another thinking that it was a visitation of SThe evil one Some of them came back when they thought the evil spirits badI departed Snowdrift IB Sweden The worst snowdrifts experienced by any railroad are said to be those in Sweden Although the cold is not so intense as In some of our weston states the snowfall Is heavy and con tinuous The suowplows of various kinds which are used on these roads 1 are said to be the most powerful in the world There are times however when p even this machinery tails to clear the jay when hundreds of flien must be Employed to dig out the stalled trains Rather Cynical rDeacon Jones What do you think of I the proposition that women remove their hats at church Rev Mr Wyser Think of It Why It is the most surd thing I ever heard of What d they think the women come to church for aayway Boston TranscriptII v The Troublesome Part- Perdlta Well Jack and I are to 10ot last and we are so happy fmarrIedatDid you and Jack have much tzoubleln getting your fathers con + ent Perdlta Kd but pa and I had awful lot of trouble getting Jacksr cor tS1t r t A FAMILY SAFEGUARD rj5cee rrBjes with the Niece of Dr Bo mckee to liUndlc her famous Uncles Great ratand Lung Cure qTle best fa IIIsafeguaril is a reliable tiII liouehold medicine that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and osore throat and bronchia dec tht will keep the childrea proof against all contagious diseases I Sock a icineis Boschcess German Sci yrupw1idIIl1aaarecordoC35rearsir tht ewe of consuniptifl cMtfti and all laiig aisd bronchial 1ro3s CTIie fame ci GtfausyrIp U i j I i wqitive curesince g pscciiase by J J lieu the feiece elHlw bly tales everywhere Tvp Sfld75C411druggi t tI vT Her Life ABurden S f Cruel Persectifton of a Pretty Wetih Girl Led 10 Ifer Death She Was AtfaKfd and SHabhed tOti h a Knife Later She War 7iouiid In 11cr Home A Strangc Cafe Consumption devolopedras the diredt result of cruel persistent and myste persecution has ended the life of pretty Welsh girl named Edith Da at the age of twentyfour says a 1Ies writing from Swansea A iAN ANpLVrOMAN SPEANd AT HER Wales Thestory of the past two jrears of her life reads like the pages of some ultra sensational novel Up to two or three years ago there was no happier girl In the village Then returning home late one evening she was way laid by an unknown man and stabbed with a knife A Swansea blacksmith was arrested a few days later but heI proved an alibi and was released Davies recovered from her injuries but her nervous system was shaken The continual arrival of anonymous Betters which threatened her life made her ex istence a misery Each letter which was In printed characters was band ed to the police who kept diligent watch Later in the same year Just as Miss Davies was going into her home which was that evening empty a man and woman supposed to have been disguised sprang at her took her Into her home gagged her and bound her to a table Having done this they deftly ransacked drawers and cup boards Until they found her birth cer tificate This they carried away bay lug all else behind Some time later In the evening the unfortunate girl was found Ina state of complete collapse bound as the mysterious marauders had left her The continual strain on her mind was such that she sickened and went into consumption Edith DavIes had relatives in the umbl sHer parents keep a little restaurant frequented mostly by trip pers The Mumbles Is pn ynUttle- t place and everybody knows everybody else and yet when the man and wom an left the house on the occasion of the last outrage they vanished as complete ly as though the earth had swaubowt1 them Unfortunately the victim too frightened to give anything wasI description of her assailants 4 Not tha least skillful work Qf the poor girls persecutors was the uiaunerln which the letters were penned 1AIl were printed in a style suggestive of the work ota schoolboys handwrit log and thus the chances of Ideiftlflca tied were reduced to a minimum The stealing tif the blrth certificate was uu act which suggested that the subject of the outrages might have been the daughter of sbme people high In posi tion who were anxious to prevent any possible claim on them In the future and who with this object in view de sired to destroy possible evidence Identification but the facts of Miss Da vies parentage did not In any degree lrlend themselves to any such construc 10tlOD Another remarkable tact was that though the first outrage 1h Miss Davies was stabbed was an un11 doubted attempt to take tier life threat which was contained in several the anonymous letters the perpe 1m le outrage did not when at y had their victim tn their tors1t to injure her The gen ineral g at the Mumbles was and she was the victim of a in which three or four ler sons were concerned but the why and wherefore have been shrouded in mys tery and the problem seems no solution than It was a couple of ycari ago 1ITJ Good Point The min who lets jim other fellow do all of the heated talking always gets the best of the argument It said He also occasionally escapes a good bentiiigoit Tribune The Three Point of View The stork came Said the mAu My salary Is no lar ger f Said the omanu Xow I shall be tied down Said the newspaper Mr and Mrs B are rejoicing in the bfrth of a son Life Her Pate Mrs De Work I have tialned my eldest daughter Into thorough house keeper There is nothing she does not know JlssiDe Flight What a nice handy maiden aunt she will make for your other daughters children Her I2xcn c fstressDout deny it Brjdget I saw you permit that noliceman to kiss you last evening Bridget Well maam ye wouldnt have me be up for reslstln nn officer would ye Philadelphia Lodger A Vital Sfoi c VltsIiDId c J1ItPe TlaijJP Uf 1Wehlrye i14e lIuiJetlodged In r9Jertf Leadet J l A POSITIVE GUARANTEE 14ed ly Jr Haydoa who Agrees to Re trlYr Mwwy Iff Dr CarlsteisermM Uver P wer Falls to Cure hereb GUARANTEE- We agree to refund money for Dr CarJstedts Liver iPowder on the return of ewotv bottles the purchaser it has failed to relieve and sure of any of the diseases for i reoornraendd ThIs covers the use of a bottle or 2Sc bottles or two mouths ment Signed a Dr Carlstedt German Liver er IsD wonderful remedy a scription used for over fifty an eminent German physician practice both in Europe arid country and sold bjr druggists all over the world mildly natural are the effects of remedy that a1 Kidney and troubles give way to perfect It cures the worst cases and have been cured who had tried known remedyC HAYDON eau tell you all about Dr German Liver Powder it has many ofbls customers who commending it to their friends Better than testimonial is guarantee under which Dr German Liver Powder is sold i does not relieve and cure yc u you nothibg go at once and cure the remedy and take along guarantee- T ie Intelligent HOTKC The forehead of the horse UI of uinu lvthe upper part of extending from the beginning roots of the hair of the fore top to a Hue drawn across from the angle cantiius of one eye to the other The forehead oi the like that of mfin is measured brain power by width and The full broad forehead indicates ligencc nnd tractability and row or very flat forehead an lent sullen and sometimes animal J C Curryer in Stockman Crcmlnnr Enrlr Crlcrr- Sw d for early celery Is sown in the latter part of or early In March lu bores placed in a kitchen or lu a IAs soon as the plants are of size they pro taken out and set frames where they remain until enough for outdoor planting usually some time iu cay should be sheared oft just before 1sct out Into the cold frame or open ground as this renders the t more stocky American The Cold Krnnic Sec that frances fiats and rcadyby the time seedlings are to transplant Frames should be of boards prefeVably chestnut than one and a fourth inches tbl ten or twelve inches wide The bars orsash supports should be of 2 by 3 scantling Slope the the trances shightiyto the south 1Iup around the outside of the or manure The of about the level soil in the frames ItI The Sun JoMe Scale- The San Jose scale Js getting foothold Iu orclmrlsamI where many owners doll t have any says a Massachusetts er ii American Cultivator sjr yiug vvith limo and tun has been done by those who to Itay in fruit growing Others cay that they will tear out l they will spray which Ifore trees have only a year or two Fattening IlRM Pigs are large consumers of compared with their weight but penned up for fattening they only a small proportion of It in talnlug animal heat gain mpldly in flesh and fat considered economical meat The Homo Garden Tile home garden should be good shape before planting tlvatlon of vegctabli for the Is not something to be palmed tithe wome n foiksFnrm Contrnry aniT Wind Tommy looking over the pKHlktlons Mannnn what Is 11tmry wind tics rutker other pin or two In her hat Tommy Chicago Tribune JnDlGE I was troubled with atom goodrach trouble Thedfordd Black tors medicine I took in rearMRS SARAH E SHIRF1ELD EllelUvillc Ind Thedfords Black Draught quickly invigorates the ac tion of the stomach ands cures even chronic cases of ThedfordsBiaek indigestion Jf you will perfoot eionally you will keep your tA TH EDFORDS More tickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords 1DlackDrnught not but only cures re diarrhoea and dysetcry and 1 keeps the bowels regular All druggbtsaell BlackLl 26cent packages Draught is the best medi tcine to regulate the bowels ever used MRS SneadiPerryNC CO t ISTEPATIjjr NEW THINGS rIN NEW JERSEY r The Jersey Belle Efrplanf IB One of the Seasons Taking Novelties Aa might be expected in a state fa mous for its gardening industry the New Jersey experiment station has been doing some unique work In time breeding of truck crops As a result of this a new variety of sweet corn the Voorhees Red was sent out last spring This season four new things are an nounced the Station Bush Lima bean the I elsey Bush Limit bean the Sta tion Yellow tomato and the Jersey Belle eggplant Since 1900 work has progressed upbn the crosses of bush or dwarf limit THE KELSE7 TIlE STATION BUSH beans secured between the Henderson ns the male aud time Burpee as the fe male parent Out of the crosses two have been selected One nearer heI Burpee lf named the Station Bush Limn and the other approaching the Henderson type is called the Kelsey One of Ihe chief valuable characteristics of these crosses Is their remarkable productiveness Crossed plants often show this tendency und hero thereNhas been a striking example of vigor and fruitfulness The quality of the crosses is said to compare favorably with that of the Burpee a variety of high grade The yieldl lain been fully double that of ei ther parent under similar circum stances uThe Station Yellow tomuto a cross of Golden Sunrise upon Dwarf Cham pion gets Its fine color between that of u rfijw lemon and orange from the mule pareut Golden Sunrise and the up right or dwarfed habit of vine from tIme female or Champion ancestor The plant and fruit are somewhat larger than the Champion and the foliage less curled Thickness of fIle wall of the fruit with firmness of flesh renders them desirable for marketing nnd adds to the percentage of edible flesh for tIm table tA cross between the New York Im proved Spineless variety of eggplant and the Early Long Purple Is shown iu the second cut the Jersey Belle iu the center with the Long Purple at the left and the New York on the right The fruit of the Jersey Belle instead of being long and slender mill often curved as is the Long Purple or nearly oval as Is the New York Improved Is seen to be a combination of these two extremes No change in color hnx developed It Is the handsome dq n purple so popular with consumers m this vegetable The slices from a good sized New York Improved fruit are too large and not well suited for the fryingpctffor A CROSS IN EGGPLANTS tot serving upon the table while the cross 18a decided improvement In this respect In the Long Purple tIme fruit is too slender but the small and nearly seedless slices are suporloriu quality Irho Jersey Belle retains the good qualities of Its slender fruited parent and at the sauce time yields abundant ly of fruits with twothirds of their flesh free trout seeds or nearly twice as much as in the New York Improved variety Full and Rnrly Winter Ijimhx Remember the term hothouse lamb does not mean that you must grow your animal In a semlincubator The feeding barn should never be kept hot The feeder should exercise care his lambs do not get Inn draft anti are Hhclteicd but see that they have IWCI1 It will not hurt them once In awhile to go out in time snow Our fall and winter tombs oft u weigh forty to fifty pound early In tIme spring and bring from S7 to 10 per head accord lug to tIme market Ali lamb fowlers who can grow alfalfa should not fail to be without this wonderful hay Int tribute most of my success with lliunln to alfalfa The past season 1 raised 350 tons on my tarot and use It freely Also I grow 2000 buslicls of oats sad barley 400J bushels of shcllel 1 com IllYIrIplace much was p handling about a thousand head per year said Joseph E Wing before till Connecticut board of agriculture IAN HERB FOR EVERY PAIN 1 Old Fashioned HemcdlcN That Uned Iff Our Porlicnm- In time village of Greenwich England in a quaint old street where build ings are so thick that they tangle Chein selves together In a knot there is 11 queer little shop with a sign over door that reads An Herb For iSvory Pain On time shelves of this shop are to found hundreds of different kinds of herbs for time cure of all bodily nil Tuieuts There can be founil all the old time herbs that our grandmothers used to have hanging around the walls of time kitchen and stored away iu the at tlc rcady to be made into teas and sirups in case of sickness People whostlll have old fashioned ideas about health and sickness go there for bugleweed sumac wintergreen sassafras camomile horchound yellow dock catnip cherry bark mul Ida extract of oats lobelia and so an All these herbs have the reputation rI being good for sonic one or more nil ments catnip for nervousness sassa fras for time bipod horchouiid raid bone e L a = en lot anas samnc for sore throat Jiitergreen for rheumatism lobelia as an emetic in CASP of poisoning mullein for consumption etc Nearly all of these herbs are made into teas Sassafras ten boneset tenI and catnip tea are brewed and served manyrare some are deadly poisons and they are labeled and sold under the same restrictions as other 1Tbefathers hunted aud Jug In the woods those that our grandmothers planted and tended in the garden have given way to harmful remedies to drugs that leave the patient In a worsi condition than when he began their use We be lieve It has been a mistake to give up the old remedies Medical Talk ASTROLOGY JI One of the lont Apclcnt Forms Superstition ofIAstrology means the sconce of staro The encyclopedia calls osy one of the iuost ancient forums of mipcrf titibn Chaldeans Egyptians Hindoos and Chinese were given to it Time Jews became addicted to It after the captivity It spread Into the ws and into Rome at about Uc beginning of the Christian era Astrologers play cd an important part at Rome where they were called Chaldcans anil mathe maticians Although they were oftor banished by time senate and time emper ors on pain of death and were otherwise persecuted they continued to hold their ground Even Ptolemy the astronomer did not escape the infection which In his tune had been universal Mohammedanism was well adaptec to astrology and tire Arabs cultivated the science with great ardor from time seventh to the thirteenth ceijtury Sdlne of time early Christian fathers ar guM against astrology IlJlls earlier form and others received it modifiei to sonic extent There Is a hint of as t tliestoryIthe cast to Bethlehem at the time ot time Nativity Probably the palmiest days of astrol ogy were fourteenth and fifteenth centuries At two of the oldest unlver si ties in Europe chairs were founded for its teaching at Bologna and at Pa dna Xo princes court was complete without Its astrologer After tins renais sluice the study of astrology was vigorously opposed though for centuries many men continued to believe in Jt canons whom at leastto a certain extent Napoleon The merciless ridicule of Swift had much to do with its discredit In England Few had Fathers Amonr UlrdM Bad fathers are rare among birds Usually Uib male rlvtils his mate In love for their children The carrier plgcontln fact so do nearly allblrds feeds his tiitifo while smeis on the nest More thin that the cro the most dismal of all birds often sits on the eggs in the nest In order that Jrs Crow may have an hour or so of relaxation and gossip among the otherMrs Crows of her acquaintance The blue marten the black coated gull the great blue heron thaI tlie1 black vulrun all do the same Louisville Post- He XVou It Dear father wrote the young law yer who hail just hung out his shingle In a great city congratulate me To day I won iny first suit And he continued to himselftles a lucky thing the cacds ron as they lId or lI wouldnt have had any winter clothes Cleveland Louder Fnnlilon Xote And what Is the imoatimt prettiest thing In jvalstsfor the season Mr Vansant thought a moment and replied soietimiiIy The tenant Baltimore News Too Kxpen lve What a happy dog yen are Dont you ever borrow trouble Nope Cant afford It The Interest is too iilglmiowim and Country niscoiirhelncr lrcr told yoiir father that I just dote on you She And 1at did ha say IfeTimmit I better find nn antidote Illustratcn Bits Crnnlcy Pajtlont Dr Bailey looking at thermometcr Iluinm I dont like your temperature Sick SttideimtTluen why did you tithe eIIt Harvard Lampoon African cplciuvs consider the tongue of a young giraffe a groat delicacy meat of uiilinal Is said to tastt i111e like real icteorn The heights of runny meteors have bon measured by Wl Denning the English astroupniVr It appears tliat the swift metcora become visible at an average height of eightyfour nillca aud disappear at llftjslx ihlles whle very slow meteors Ill sight n about sixtylive mllen and fade away tlit thirtyeight inllos Of verysbot meteors liMQ tlmt JCl llIe visible at the greatest heights come twenty nearer radiant the earth than those of very JI i Cnre Ibr the PIocU While sheep will biTrr much neglect IIt Is hardly good oppnbriiy to Invest money In an nnimal simply to SIC how much neglet It will stand Scaly Lets In Powlij ointment of one part kerosene and 1Anparts ItmMs recommended by some breeders for scaly log loor lien Food Pobc or musty gniln Isntt tire cheapest J for poultry even though It costs less titus the olliCT kind ronteiiH Cruelty A society woman at a dinner In Washington adverted to cruelty Women can bu very cruel she said Rome of them cnn be very cunning too S6ite ot them j an wound you sa dextrously tCit you know yju have been wouudwl their esnipe is 11made I saw a young woman wound fn slightly older one In that waSheapproached the older one at a bone She greeted her wlth a radiant smile She Inflicted licr wet utI and while her victim still thought mic wound a tom plhncnt she allcefr a ynjv This is what In a very loud clear pile she said Oh helen ileat that perfect go vn I think It looks lavcllcr every yearl Louisville CourierJournal c JcoltalJBan Johnson sJ1le American league will have elena ball nsxt Doestlmnt mean the nbolialmmeiitof the i spitball lankODliT Umpire nanl ODay will probably go to the Pacific coast with ttie Cities go Rational league team 1 8 DOLLAES TO i CALIFORNIA AND TH- ENORTHWEST x Henderson VIATHI II Route I 6orresponding i iingtcni allintermediate PointsI Tjckets on sale to and in cludinff May 16 l danSrr AISO Special Homeseekefs Rater to the Vest and South west on certain dates ill If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in Comfort see that your tick treads over the Ben eron Route between Louisville arid St Louis Free Reclining Chair Cars on all of our St Louis Trains Direct cop sections in St Louts Union Station with all lines to the West and South west Sc LJ IRWIN General Passenger Kgent- LoUISVILLE KY FOLLOW THE FLAG TQ ALIFOR Nil OREGON And all points West Verj low priced one way and round Urh tickets COLONIST RATES March 1st to May 15th Serd Postal Card for information top W GREENED P A Louisville Ky GLOOMY BRICABRAC Coffin Plates Once Vited as house Or Snamezmts In Elaine In New England 1GO years ago it was by no means uncommon for people to provide their collins long before Jlieir death cud keep the saute in their houses where they could see them ev pry day It was perhaps a custom hay lug the same purpose and significance as thc skeleton at the feasts of theiau cleat Greeks to leiuind the living In tlioir hours of levity of the seriousness of life and the certainty of death This was not the idea however df a man named Lindsey whom people now living In Leeds remember op at least have heard of lIe built his ojvu collin iiiuiy years before he died timid used to keep It in a chamber of his house He used It generally to keep bonus in It was a very fine coffin made of mahogany and nicely finished nnd polished Mr Lindsey mantle It with his own hands aud gave as reason that If be left time task of providing him with a coffin to his sous it would be Just like them to put imii a heat 101ke cite Perhaps the boys did not relish the implication At any rate they did not like to have time coffin about the house and took It away one flight amid threw It into time riser It wasjfound several miles below consld xirably Crokeii and battered nsJt went ox cr thq rips aud old Llndsejv heard jibout it lEave down and got it nnd WitS finally buried in it Another queer custom that prevailed In this section of Maine downto a comparatively rccciit date was that Of removing the plate from the coflln titter the funeral and Just before the tyody was lowered into time grave and keeping It in the best room in time house among the ornaments and bricabrac The writer saw one of tlese grewsonio ex hibits on the mantel of a LiucolnVllle parlor iot more than twentyfive years ago mill we shouldnt be surprised If fQundte o houses throughout Bangor News L BOOKS A collection of boolls is a rpal J l nut versity Carlyle Some books to be tested others to be swallowed and some few to be chewed anddigestcdliacomm- A good book is the precious llfcblood of a niaster stunt embalmed and tress ured lip ou purpose to a life beyond lifeMilton AVft can take reproof patiently front a book but not from a tongua The bdok hurts not our undo the living re proyer docsT Adams If the secret history t books ould be written how many insipid volumes would become interesting and dull I tales excite time TeadeV Thackeray all thyprlvllegesywc enjoy lit this lOt there Is none perhaps forwhlch ought to be wore thankful than for tlie easier access to hooks TnhT vV BEESLaxative HONEY ANOTAR An improvement over aU Cough Lung and Bronchial Remedies Cures Coughs Strengthens the Lungs and Gently Moves the Bowels 5P1eaant to the taste and good alike forToung and Old PREPARE BY P IIIj Kk1N CL CMcap I S L Sold Haydoni lrnacy- 4 tt i Jh f SPRlNCFlElDf Mi1 FT COI 4 CO PlO The very choicest meat on hind at alt timet ais kill only the best We are In the market at all tImes fat beeVes beef and sheep hides tallow and good butte I Telephone 95 SPRINGFIELD itY JOHN SHUCK McELROY G Or WHATRTO MoElroy Wharton Insurance iR ar state AgenfJ Fire Lift and Tornado IisiiniciI 1fl fLd1 f Office over Peoples BankPhon4 DIGNITYDThRE NQI982VoI5ASHR OOMBINfeD TALLJOISI J Mahogany Jbay black points white only on left hind foot nine ye rs old J5S1 handBhijrh weighs 1200 ppand3t8trong flat bone heavy mane a id tail good back with long cranerrtaperin neck well set in ktgh Amounted Shoulders a saddle horse head and earon him a model under halter shfifeit often in model ring and winning the bne string in every show wonderful style in htgness a shpw horse sure Wheuone year old 1fre a1 honofsiin his class wherever shown also the blue tie in sweepstake harness ringsjailt same age When a threeyedrold he was shown 14 times and wore 13 Dlue strings has never been dfeated in fancy harness rings has always btelj the s ict6r in st illion stake rings as a breeder when shown with three more of his getfor size style and general conformation and for all jtur poses He is a saddle horse with five distinct gaits fast line acting racta hgood in two walks and a nice loper very positive Ja his trot under saddie jt4d in harness great all around action as isTequired for an uptodate sire of high priced sale horse for saddle or harness He is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can bhow eighths in 181 Iecitadsa228 giit with little handling did this last fall after serving 91 mare last sprIng HeOJ iis possessed of wonderful nervand speed enough to get carriage horses with a kindly disposition for all purposes of a fanilj hOrse He is the hOrse to sire parkersstyiish graceful substance docility It has eenaivesuph- orsemen that he is one of the most uniform breeders ill Keat1lCky It- tpes hi colt after himself haS neversired a sOrrel colt The most prdt able horse horses for the farmer and small breeder to produce is the h lit which serves the widest range ot purposes well His colts are show colts of the highest type blue string winners front the oldestto the youngest J PEtiiOREE Sired by Chester Dare 10 N 8 H Rthe by Black SqalrVfl 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Waakingtbn Denma 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by race hdrse Denmark F SIne by Impomea Hedgeford Dignitys first dam Liziemont by Welchmont No 6363 Al H R he by William Welch 341 he by Rysdicks Hambktonian 10 DI riiityii t second dam by AWallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills Vermont tk iiut Thoroughbred Welchmonts first dam Pulineby Almett Forest2562 l TKHMS Dignity Jare will make the seasoa of 1906 atmy stable in Hutozmville Ry at 25tb irmsqre a live colt Mares traded or removed oriW insurance and money becomes due and must be paid at time ofsuch traeetalion Mares grazed at 250 per month and bills to be paid before rej of mares Grain led if desired at reasonable rates Marts intriMkedl receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for Jf escapes Phone in residence call accjrD So OAXP The News LeadeifJ 1 AND ElilC4L- J LGRJCULTURJSI A3iISIOAXAORIcrLTVZIITth restrualJevMI SthI- Iat iM SIth1I Ute bsst sM aNC uea1 lii JdM FOX 60 YEARS THE it Mmbth iiufl4 asb- s1t1osiIlte R its tnirMucr M U UnltaM U aIItbMsCIsL1s- IiJrctiessathobt If tM weieopabrlIk preeNLYs Iaraa Ia UaeXWMe tsts aM s Pedal editorial teat m4yeUer Of less mtekr fi lln iliinliili rillittlltr if ItiTiUlii mi ilTrMiiaiaH 15H33 at eac HleylIN pMd CilJU6vxT1UUft Tzcz ooc aM- l AXLXt This great week Is a tddii Pzusr yeata Sa jhe WJwI Wc14A XibsI csiIjias L rnaret 1Mkiis A 2IIIW tr7 Subject of TImneIIat 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