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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j A t4 XII No 13 1905 sJJ j i4 1 it 8 B THOMPSON Jr- mD U a M r in stock all kinds IR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD coujity seat of Washington County 52 miles south east of cxingion 59 mites from lyOuIsvllle on Bardstowii branch of QtrisviUe arid Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office sour mills lumberyards Pppiiation 1100 population of county 1SOQO J5effesentative in Congress Hon D SL Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative jnKeutuckj Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke Keprescntative in State Senate Hon Hatfy Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Directory CIRCUIT COURT itCfrcuit Court begins on the fourth f Monday In February May and Octo 1 j karI BT Tburman Judge T j jR L Curhara Commonwealth At i lortqr F M CampbellGlerk M GO Leachman Master tom mis- i Quer QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third IiS lifpriday in each month fI r B Il Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT I County Cvirt e tgontbe fourth t Monday in eichmottth l J BII4tseyJudge WF Booker County Clerk- T Siiayes County AttorneyrI George Catlett Jailer BronCroake Sheriff Richard Ishanr i fiidney Osborne RH Alullicau Deputies Ed Masters James P Moore County Surveyor Jli Royalty Assessor TPOBryan Deputy RotertNoe Treasurer j M jiontgomery Coronet Th15Busb Sapt of Common acboolB P O Springfield CITY COURT Tames R Noe Policej Judge John GC42 Mirsial f 1w1 F Qrigsby City Attorney Jii r r t 1USTICECOURT Jtlolice Courts are held iu January Sapril 3JJV and October i Church Directoryii 4 METHODIST CHURCH R vJC HoBkinson Pastor Ser r vices onthcPirandThird Suudavs- t1 in each mbnthiat 11am andr730 p m atlOam y rPrayer meeting every Wednesday jSfHlgltt CAT QLIC CHURCH Jf yP F Hennessay Pastor Ser vcesyery Sunday at 8 and IO oclock ja m JSctvices at St Rose same h UJid i CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Rev WT Yylden Pastor Service ccbnd and fourth Sunday io each irith t 4 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Lktimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday schooT every L Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting flvery Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH 4 RevW ra Harr iBon TVilliams Pastor SPrcaching every Sunday at 11 am t tnd 715 pm Sunday School every ii 4f Sunday at 930 ain Prayer meeting 1 every Tuesday even ulf at 715 oclock t4 9 Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Spring eid lodge tl No SQ meets first and third Monday f in eachmoBth Washm jton R A Chapter No 57 k iceets cverx- second Tuesday dSpringfl1d Council o52 meets onI Stverytourth Monday- KNIQHTS of THE UACAHEKS Meet every first Wednesday ineachmdn LAXATIVE cugk riii41 The gnuln FOLEY9 HONEY and TA Sill 5B Y How package RefoM vjitoftm 1irIyb1 TJIENews leadert 8eriesTol SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON Q01JNTY KENTPCKyirARda IThompson JlNOtRTAitERS EMBALMERS ofFaneraI J Itt7 SundaySchooleverySuuday Fours iH8IEYUDTARII fiiii 5 mnwiitWt mwi fJ l I 1 ROUND Of TALK I- cw3Q I iroW 3WMM e THE FARMER MAN ON HOUSEWORK C Ive dugout stumps and built stone walls 2 vIveihrrowed and ploughed dsorr i Ive idbne all kinds of farm work b It r t sec m i twas ever known rt +t 5 4A1Ij Z Ztr t But Fve had a new experience i ttF t 1r One that I could not shirk irfLXFor inann has had sciatiky f J25fl 2 And Ive been doin the work O4f f t Ive made pumpkin pikes and gingerbread L Biscuits rolls and cake frt r Ive learned just how to grease a tin And how long things must bake X lfJC Sdid not find thingsI so hard 5 jj1 If I could just depend X l ti fOn doin one thing at atimo And pursuihit to the endIJit fi g Our neighbors are the be t Al t f J gThatlive upon the earth i C To realize their true worth t v CAnd I surely know their efforts ii C Have bin holdin me in check Jrj C And kept me from becomin Tl t Almost a total wreck r 0 C Thn through now and outof doors C It 0 0Im workin hard and fast 1 I t Tryin to straighten out my cholesJJ f C t 0J t 0 And make up for the past v it CAnd when I go to feed the liorie t r- g Im not waterin cows ip C l g ifoE choppin wood nor shovelin snow iiS h1 Jf t l Nor greasin up my ploughs r C If sciatiky visit us agin Jj Kr I its itll strike VV c CThenl i C tAndf f CJgroan orw swearC CY may not care a dime r J C But of thisyou m be certain CIllC l C Lewistpn Ale Journal C ILL 4 ISCAL CoufrrThe Wash B ington county iiscal court will meet in regular session oh j the second Tuesday in April tojj transact regular and special business for the county It is said that the everlasting road question iill again bob up tor consideration and that the mag istrates are in favor of trying some new method of taking care J of the turnpikes The old plans for working the roadshave not proven satisfactory by anyj means Judge LiUey speaking of the matter said that if there esltlOprovement o er the nnII method of the roads the Ifroml ions of some of the magisrates we are iinclined to believe that the plan of employing a Super intendent of Roads will be favorably considered for this yeqr It is argued that it will be economy to pay a good man aI regular salary and that he be equired to devote his entire time to the roads ofthe county Such a man should be selected with an eye to his fitness for the position He should be a man with some knowledge of practi cal engineering and road building and one capable Of making contracts for work on the roads and willing to see that the countys interests are wellpro tected in all such matters Be fore much towards advancement in road repairing or road build ing can be done itwill benecessa Ty for the coun y to buy a rock crusher or two The old slow method of hand beating all the rock used oh the pikes is entirely too expensive and it would be economy in the long run fOr the ccunty to invest In some im proved and labor savujgma chinery The county has a little more each year to apply to the roads and in spme localities the roads are fairly well kept up What appears to be needed mot of all is a Uniform system that will treat all localities alike and make good rOads all over the county AiSEr The Board of Sup ervjsors for toe town of Springfield has raised the asses sed valuation of proper ly about 20000 for this year This to gether ivitlrthe fact of the in crease in the leW has caused a coisidersLc nOt L grum t ers and citizens of the town i should not lose sight of the fact that real estate in Spring field has advanced in value very materially within the past two or three years Indeed the in crease in the assessment is quite small in proportion to the ad vane in property As a town progresses in a business way its properly value naturally increases and property owners should expect to be assessed for more taxes and should be glad under the circumstances to pay more As the town grows and the need for public improvement becomes morteyIbyljncreaseex pect to enjoy ihe benefits of a modern city and not pay for it- Cheap Colonist Rates March 1sfsto May 15 very cheap Colonist rates daily to California and the Northwest via Missouri Pacific Ry and Iron Mountain Routefr m St Louis or Memphis Through Pullman Tourist Sleeper daily via Missouri PacifiicRy through scRiiid Colorado to California leaving St LooislOclO PM Through Pul man Tourist Sleeper to California via Iron Mountain Route through Texas eyery Tuesday and Satuaday Jeaving St Louis 8 SO A M Personally conduc tedtpurs Par descriptive literature rates and etc see ticket agents or write JjjjP G Mat thews T P A 3 Blorton Bldg Louisville Ky Old Beech Creak One of the most historic places of interest in Shelby ouIity isv Old Beech Creek churqh sit uated on the Harrisonville and Waddy turnpike one and one half miles southeast of the latter place This church whiph is composed of less than a dozen members of the Old SchoolI Baptists was organized in the year liDO In the early years of its existance the congregation was one of the strongest andI most influential west of the Al le henies The most eloquent and learned ministers of Kentucky and adjoining States par tcularly of Virginia preached I at Old Beech The annual May meeting until twentyfive years ago was an event of raurh importance to lhifBeepji jXlfi 4Oe mndj for nth ilit dvance the won cj- tneetin rfrl was in progress People from all the adjoining counties made it a point to be there upon the occasion and now many 7of the old peope remember the meeting and relate nfaoy inMayI esting fajbts associated with Tradition has it7 that when the war of 1812 between ihe United States and Great Briton was de clairel a courier from Virginia coming by way of Harrods Fort stopped at Old Beech and informed the people that the con filet wason in earnes Some few years ago a new church was built on the site of the old build ing The few rcmaning mern bers are sill loyal and have regular preaching Shelby Sen tineINearly Killed 1 Is John Dolson by Horse Panting on Him A Cajsc of Reckless Riding John Dotsbn a wellknown man of the western part of tthe county had several ribs broken and was otherwise severely injured lat Friday bV having this norse toI fall with nit while racing through the town of aud Dotson and helby Cfumes it seems were riding or rather rac ing their horses in a very reckless mauner through the littleI town of Maud when DJtsons horse fell throwing its rider with great violence to the road and falling Over on him1 Dotson was picked up anlDr J N She han called The physician found that several of the JQun mans ribs had been broken and one of I them appeared to be broken oosefrom the breast bone and mashed in His condition was pronounced precarious DQtson is well knownin The county He has been living for some time onJ Mr Ham Shebans farm Slarilhn Morlalilr Statistics show startling mor tality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kinifs New Life Pills M Flannervof 1J Custom House Place C hrcago says They havo no equal for onstipa tion and Biliousnes 25cat C J Haydpn druggist Peace Talk Peace taljc continues to be heard throughout Eoijope and the Russian Council of Ministers is agreed that the time jiisi oppor tune Japanis said to hs will ing to make peace provided Rus siBt a term of years its abandonsfcrfcr the Otherwise rehabilit it is claimed it will not be peace but merely ai truce Meantime the armies remain inactive and the Russian retreat continues A strong argument for peace is the growing unrest of the merchant and commercial classes of Russia who are joining the Liberal party demanding first peace andthen a Constitution News Note It IsdifliuHto cure a cough or free yourself from the dl cem forts of a cold unless Sot move the bowels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar acts ou the bowels and drives all cold out of the system Theconit 5 its soothing effect and strengthening influence upon the throat nod lungs For croup whooping cough colds and all Lung and Bronchi alteptionsno remedy is equal to the original Bees Laxative Honey and Tar Sold by llaydons Pharmacy BfQ Mill Burned The large rolling mill estnb Hshment tf Sanders Sanders situated on Salt river about one mile west of Salvia burned to the ground last Friday night at 11 oclock The origin of the lire is unknOt and it is still more mysterious from the fact that Friday the mill was not run ning and no fire was in the build jug The loss is heavy as there were several thousand pounds of Hour ready to be shipped put The an t of the insurance could not be ascertained The dwners of the mill are M Ws W I Sanders of Sal vilufand Ben Sanders of Lou isvift Harrodsburg Democrat mtcuac4 irMIS J MOOREST1ILL t Several of our people lookJ in County Courtday at Springfield We were over to Booker last Friday and there wasa young lady there She said she was looking for a parcel of gortd when lo and h hold when the train stopped a nicely dre3sed young man stepped from the train and says I knew you at first sightt It was the first time they had met I wentivmie so liliquizing what kind of goods he was Born tothe wife or Liillsy D dson a 10 Ib girl Burnet Nail Sam Sweeny and Sam Grisby all have new bug glEsMr John Cheatharii has gone to Indian Territory to make his future hOin Mr Jas Roddicks has rerioved the Mat Trujx farm1 bearto here i j A band of gvpsies encamped in Yocums locust grove last week They told a great miny fortunes for the people Mr P JCull will give a handsome price for a half dozen cabbage snakes so he says reJInovedtaking a trip to Jefferson county next week to visit his 5istrMrs T Hardin i Marion County Bridge- Work on the Spalding ford bridge has been completed and Engineer Roberts Spring I tield who was empIPyed by the county to look after the construc tiont has inspected the structure and made his ivort to the coun ty officials iin n ing April Oth i me day set for the Fiscal Court the county engineer pnd the representative of the bridge company to meet at the bridge ard decide whether it shull be acceptod or rejected The engineers report is a lengthy one and County Judge Cooper declined to give its contents tol the public until after the Fiscal court has acted upon it How ever from the length oftbe document some differences evidently exist between the county and the builders and the proba bilitiesiire that an agrcemntiwiII not bepreached at that time The bridge is being used by the tray cling public It is reported that the stone pier on the south side has settled about an inch but it is not thought to be of any ser ious consequence Falcon Incredible Brntalily Ittwould havo been incredible brutality if Chas F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not lone the best he could for his suffer ing son cMy boy he says cut a fearfnl gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for bjrns und Ulcers too On25cat CJ Hadons drugstore Tlie Profits of life Insurance- Elizabethtovvn News Quite recently The News called atEon tion to The enorraous profits t of life insurance andsuggesting that all companies engaged in this business shou d be regal tied in their raes by Federal and State legislation We have now indisputable proof of the facts set out that cannot be controver ted There is a war between factions in the Equitable Lire Insurance Co and as result its AyersJ For hard colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take anything l better thn Ay- ersCherryr PectoralCherry Pectoral Ask your own doctor if this is not so He uses it He understands why it soothes and heals I bad a terrible cMigh for weeks Then I took Ayer1 Cherry Vector1 and only one bottle completely cured me Bins J B DAxroUTil St Joseph Mich 25c50cP100 JOAT All Lowolh iIrflegIstifor Coughs Qo1s bytakIt1sonoofAerstiti r I business may be wound up The facts are disclosed by tim Company itself that it can reinsure its 600000 policy holders in two of the strongest companies in the United States and leaye a net surplus after the entire af fairsare wound up of S81 000000 to its stock hoi Jers Tim capital tock of the Equitable is ony 100000 and on this after pitying dividends ince its organiza tion1 it cat now return eigh y lone thousand pr cent This proves conclusively the excessive and extortionate charges of life ItlSurance and the necessity fort e government to step in and protect the p bliC What is true of the Equitable equally true of many other companies Com promised The Case Ernest Cox Receives 375O Dama ges From the Southern Railroad for Injuries SustaIned In a Wreck ivir Ernest Cox son of Mr F T Coxfof this place who was fearfully scalded in a wreck while working for the railroad as fireman has settled his claim against the railroad company out f tByt i Cox receives 37 Oipi m6hey besides his bill for medical atr tenlion and tber expenses incident to his accident Mr T So Mays who was employed as Mr Coxs attorney effected the settlement with the railroad offi dais at Lexington The wreck iin which Cox soll nearly lost his life and in which he sustained permanent injuries occured last winter nedr High Bridge GJX was fireman on aC freight engine which collided with another train His engi neer was killed and Cox was scalded and otherwise injured in a fearful manner The skin was scalded from his body in great patches the drum of one ear was destroyed and one eye was in jured Heis able to get about but has never fully recovered =BCSFIITC Fire To draw the fireTJut of a burn orI113a1a cut vithpnt leaving a scar isc DeWitts Wit h Hazel Salvo A spec ifice for piles Get the genuine J LI Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Aaf writS I have used DeWiUs Witch Hazel Salve in myI family for Piles cuts ann burns It is the best salve on the market Every family sqonld keep it on hand Sold by all DruggistsI Tobacco Sold Mr T J Cider sold his crop to Mr H M Moss t9 cents Delivered last veek R L Goatley sold his tobacco to LP Derringer Prides amI3 cents An average ofI about 7 90 IH HTatum and SV A t Clem ents sold their crop of tobacco purchased from Mr Merrit Vest at 9V cents They paid 10 cents by guess but guessed about 4 thousand underweight which made them a neat profit Grigby Bros sold their crop to the A T Co of Springfield at 10 cents Saves Negros Life Remarkable presence of mind onthe part of Mr Taylor Bstes t negrotafternoon Osbornewho is about thirty years of age is an employe at the rock quarry operated by Mr- Estes hile working near- some machinery his coat sleeve became entangled and u fore he could extricate himself his right arm wusbeing wound in u pulley Mr Estes who was standing nearby saw the negroes terrible plight and without a moments delay ran to his assistance He grabbed the darkey a das the wheel in which the was caughtyoullrnake a revolutiOnr Mr Estes lurned gro with it his body making the circuit with the wheel This he did several times until the machinery could be stopped Osbbrns arm was badly broken and he was otherwise considerably injured He will recover but had it not been for the un usual presence of mind of Mr Ests he woW most pVobably fbave met a terrible death Lab anon EnWrpri f wSr- tr VJ stttg SUBSCRIPTION f4 r1 8 LOOA i 1 jit1 Slirt r f SO negro 11i W p titt fJyI- ROYAL f iBakingPowder fft Saves Heaith1 i1 The use FR6yBaing oW er essential to the healthfulness of tiffe t j HfaniilyfoodHIf 1 S VVt 1c f Yeast ferments the food t t if Alum baking powders are mjuri6us5ffcpj ft tr5 jt Royal Baking Powder saves lieailfli i F 4 f COj YORK vfI jws ra0 rbWN iI cm 1 IIi 4lOrLOCAtI INTtRST f 8rc Mi y Qv tcLINCOLN CANEMr Evan Rogers has presented the editor of this paper with one cfhisL- inconmemorJalwalking canes whi h is highly appreciated The cine is made of a piece of oak takeQ from theold Lincoln hone ill this county The piece of tupBeT ffSffi hich the cane was skillfully wrought byrrTSogers with a penknife was a log that had been smoothed withan axi and served as one of the sleepers upon which the floor of the cabin was laid Several years ago 1r Rogers secured three feet of the log from the owner of Lincoln farm and has4used it in making a number of memorial canes The curved handle iismade from a piece of wood- taken from the Lame county Lincoln cabin There are fourteen small knols on the cane eacn knot representing a letter in the name off Abraham Lincoln seven letters ineach word When Mr Roose velt made his memorable campaign trip through the State he was detained at Indianapolis n account of suffering froma Wound he had receivedin the Spanish American war a friend of Mr Rogers Mrs Charlotte Vawter formerly ot this place nbvfy living in Indiana presenefl the now Pre identwitb a Lincoln memorial cane In appreciation of the gift Vtr Roosevelt wrote the donor au autographietter of thanks which is of course valued very highly b7 Mrs Vawter EARLY iNVENTiONSThe North Bed correspondent Qfthe NEWSLEADER writes While recently en route to Danville ICyI stopped at a private Hotel at Harrodsburg A venerable old lady whose maiden name wa Chatham whose mother was a first cousin to the Earl of Chat ham Englands greatest jurist and perhaps the greatest bans SShewatched the development of this country and was well acquainted with many events of Kentucky She said that the origin of the mime Chaplin River was due to the fact that a man by the name ot Chaplin was frowned in tha stream more than century ago and that the name was given It hen The first Cpulter Plow everj used in VasIUtJgton ounty andjprobably in the country was iinvented by GeO Mitchell in the year 1855 He was the father of FB and G K Mitchell well known to the citizens of this county The first corn planterL used in Washingto invented by Wm Gregory who resided in the Northern part Qi the county Strange to say neith er Mitchell nor Gregory ever received or applied for a patent on what has proved to be the most Useful inventions of rurill farming I A STATUE FOR DR fcnqwl ELD Lastweek the H ndersonl County Medical Soett Wii mined to present to tfie Iiegisja tune the fclaim of Dc EphMqi i McDowell to have a stat IiVtbe Capitol erected by UieStateid requested the State Medicall Ssoi ifetyr and MdicaJournaltqt- hirintInencl6 u i to hnv liMp hwaioredV We are jgll l t- aotkakl yth R son oo4ttJi Medics1 So says tbe extcgtcn Haradd f 1 LS i hope other organizations will j present the names of those who each organization thinks is the ilmoststatQesplaced in the Hail cf Statuary so there will be a dis f uss1onof anta revivalof iinter ii est in the jives of Kentucfcysirv great sons This is il very ctin mendable suggestion on Uiap rfteoTlllVSefaldj and each paper lIt the State along WH tl s ties should see that their partic ular locality is duly represenjted Danville fows RoAiJSO Valley Hill cpr respODdent ayscTheroaclsjOE tt the county are in very bad con dillon fromtbe excessiye elyjhaulngandwet weather They haver not been supplied with enough crushed rock and goPi will and therefore they have worn into the bedding We will hpve to build a new rbacL but andout if something isnt done While a friend farmer went to mill one day last week and ran into a mcdbole bvef his wagon ncltheridgcstooarcjan- eed i j of repair i Severa are now broken through and the planks are rotten These very things may result in tie deathIof a good citizen or somtf very iL I valuable horse Whyddntisome one try to fix those abomhabe things before such is tb case INDIAN vRELipMr3t Fv v Lowe who lve neaS JenMnsviJIe y t fcliis county brpught 4p the j IaInI pipe anqtopt11aVk THe lhqad- 6L Jthe tomahawk is of i ed ilhol1i il jlJ run through1 the handle which i forms the ttm Tb tomahawk is brass tipped and tho1ettbis t i SYSYrre engraved on Ifc Mr Lowe obtained the rhic from his grandfather William Young who was amohg tHe iI pioneer settlers of this Qointjr H who f ugbtt1iePi liai to Vl9 if tect their ffom s Tlia iomaiwk iHf i tVnPr tih 1 DIG CitoiOni c1ff thejiiggesb crops of tobacco raised on Pee piece of laud iin thE county this II- year was 1a sold bv 1Soqb Shewmaker and JmpSQnr Bros to the American Tobacpo Cio The crop wa grown on Mr 5 hewniakers place formerly thp JI John Brobwn farm m the Bleas tnt prove jqeighborhodd and sofd for a total of BJi00 The 1 field contained between 1 an4 1S acres so that lhetobaccp ealiz d f1boutf bought arn n over a yeat agoat 165 paraci and the beauty rljlie tbingUs that it ont ins vtuite a- numberofacres t jjtitf vhich can to 1- rnadd4b1 prothiceEkeq r it S Lci5 l P1CSllt auIIr1 tiS Y Potdrnketlhsfoziiacht tq5uolIc4 QQl ftJ1U te gk tjtheJ 1tus ilrawwoPiCliit9utof f thc tbiiit linA C tnbes 1iaIs itiall WhoiIg gg1teqUickcijrc X l qStilap t eEr1 4or bgkSes ludds 1ette etc Sold by donfPbir ai icy 1 tIJ fiIi W NCWSIEM k rOXtpHBD VERY THURSDAY r i iAYIEAR IN ADVANCE fi r 4 tir SPRIHGFIEllD KY 7 iJ L PAVISON Jr U AI lMl1 ir towUwes notices 10 coots pet nseronFells ofican4Wate anU political matter eRIt3 pr lino Jafc w rk Is done at jowrstes but cash 7 1st epaIdos ld1e1Iver3OgOOdSS SAi7etIsag contracts made on liberal rnjf JoWtrlftantl resolutions of respect 3 fits per line LflcoUNc1Mz2TZ riaty MIKlsLratesf 250 County Officers 50 Cistrlct Offices lfl0 THURSDAY MAR CH 23 1905 WiNisbur A I r i 4Mrs Charles Mcllvov has re UraoId home from a visit to her parents in Nelson county iu1ij s May Bell Gibbs and ClarK Blanton Wessrs Leser tG1Pb8and Chris Bell who are attending school in tlarrodsburg J wregueSbs at Englewood from 7riday until Tuesday of last sweekIMiss Blanche Shirley is con i fined to her room suffering from l an attach inflaraatory rheuma tlSlIltWalter Wells is at home from where be has been ai hoollofSMesdames Alhe BarneLt and j Daye Yocum of Anderson coun ty were at the home of Mrs Sue isMerritt Sunday EeyO J Young filled his regular appointment here Sun day i SMrutherandand wife were guests of Mr J T Sutherland t Saturday and Sunday Miss Lizzie Shirley visited her sister at Litsey a few days last weekStssrs reeisvood and pJfWfeT ells were in Harrods burg last Wednesday and Thurs day r Mrs Bertie Sutherland and daughter Ora Fay of Rose Hill were the pleasant guests of N rs J T Sutherland last week Miss Maymie Merritt has gone to Spingfild where she wilt at tend school Mr Robert Shewmaker and wife were at the home of Mrs Mary Hughes Sunday I IHomer Hughes has accepted a position as night telephone operator in Springfield Mrs R A FOsteryisited her aunt Mrs Tom Noel last week Mrs J K Wells and Fao ie Shealey spent Friday at Birch woodFISfepp Hughes has returned 5from DeKalb 111 and is with 1J his grandmother Mrs R A Hughes Mr E E Brown and family hve removed to their farm near town V Group is quickly relieved and whoop injr cough will not run its course if you use the oriRinkll Bees LJlxath5 Honey and Tar This Cough P3lrup is different from all others because it acts on the bowels You can not cnre Croup and Whooping Cough until you rid the system of all congestion ty 1 working off the cold through a copious action of the bowels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar does this and cures all cougbs crdup whooping cough otc No opiates Sold by Haydons PharmacyS Hardest Schoolhouse f Misses Ollie Parish and Ethel I Cary visited the Mijses Goodlet Saturday night and Sunday Miss Lizzie Snider has re turned home after a weeks visit wiih friends and relatives in this lticinhIyS c SEdgar Gray made a flying yisit r to ChapIinSundayS Miss Ollie Gray has accepted a position as milliner with Mr- Wm Yancey at Midway As moving has been all the go during the winter and spring Mr T C Montgomery rao ed his house household and kitchen furniture allat one load by meaus of rollers aiid land spikes There will be a meeting held r at this place Sunday for the pur j pose of organizing a Sunda hschoo we lhope he good people willSttcced in their good work for we dont yet believe there is to many schools of this kind but woud be glad to hear of more Sundav schools being held in schoolHousest The Literary Society witfmeel at this place Thursday night for the last time jr =foiens Ki nm Women are more often afflicted with kidney disorders than men but aurib rte the symptoms to disease peculiar to theIr sex while in reality the kid J neys are deranged Nervousness sbeadache puffy or dark circles undu t Ethe eyes pain in the back are signs of Sdney trouble that must not be ig b5I Qr a Ilrious malady wll result i4 kItkkey Cure has restored thn broliesands of weak oc vous- wIarittfoiaiV men It Stops ireg ewgthens the urinary IgaIsg l blood andbejcrIti tiJQi1Kthe For saley WOo4a WcllsC J t riitil1 lrtro tiW 3SWMSWWWiraKWiKS WaC OO WW 1j News From The County iI 1 1S Happenings Among the County PeopleS 1 I as Reported by our Correspondents id lejJM fMJ3 m MMMMWMMIM t 6 ValloylilliS IMessrs VilLBnssel Neal Bob lit and Ecl ie WtrbR of your town passed through our viciai ty Sunday dhrouteHo Maud Hark Shehan ol Science Hall visited friends in this vicinity Saturday night and Sunday Mrs N 11 Weakly of your town visited ler parents Mr John Cut inger and wife of this place Saturday and Sunday Clyde Ooatley bad the misfortune of stxkijg a thorn into his knee Saturday and iit is feartd that it will develop serious re sults J l onesanLQigJone uuy of school All come Miss Flora will be there Broker McClasky of Spring field passed through our village Saturday enroute to Bloomfield to visit his parents there SR L Goatley wife and eliarm ing little daughter Edith visited relatives in Springfield Saturday G G TifCkr and son Mar shallvisitfclin the ScieLCe Hall vicinity Sunday Mrs Ben Janes vXsited her parents Mr Tyler and wife of near Booker Saturday an1 Sunday Jane nearIJohnanqIrrhnk been beating this vicinity tbepast few Iroclr1n If the commuhity was blessed with a few more such in dustrious young men we would soon have a gcod road which is tlrngbadlrSeveral in this Sl ct jn are broken down and aie very dangerous Some one who knows nothing of them is liable to be killed or horseriplcMrwt nnlioleto work from the elrecs of a fall receivedfrom a broken bridge his ira ee is torn into a pulp leaving the boqe exposed Mr Wohner also Iao mule somewhat bruised by ii fall through abridge His son was ridiflg him when he fell through and fortunate enough he escaped injury by iis activity Such things neeJ attention by Our somethingisdon pay for a few dead horses and rrpairin5mWe make a motion that eVEry correspondent vole on stoping the Sunday hauling which seems to be the latest fad in this vicin ity We are sorry to know that any one should have such li tie regard for the sabbath as to hail anything with a two horse wagon on that day Remember the sabbath to keep t holy Mr J W Thompson and wife of near Springfield visited Mrs Palmer GoatlevThursday Misses Nannie Pinkston and Rosa Snider wee in PoortoWn FridayLTMorari veranJafor addition was of great benefit to those who will build tobacco barns this spring are Messrs Hugh and Palmer Goat ley two S P Derringer two Willard Thompson one Philetus Barber one and J H Yanpey cropslbutwbatfew years as well as timber POlin1wasterest of local business Several shipments of merchan dise has come t our depot in the past few days for Pinkston Thompson of Litsey The appearance is that they are do ing a prosperous business i1haulil1g10gsfor who will erect a large iflbacco barn in the near future We havent had any conun drums lately suppose the corres pondents have a few in their let ters for the next few weeks they will be both interesting as well as instructive Now tell us what feature the Mooresville let ter reminds us of at the Worlds Fair All answer who will win next Why does the Hillsboro shopLetcorrespondents next week UNO ililisboroS The small grain crop looks very encouraging now and the farmers are boasting that they have the best setofyoung grass that they have bad for years Z P Leachm n and wife have returned from a visit to their son W T Leachrnztt i quiteiption with very little chances for him to be any better t J D Sutherland and wife have returrjed from a visit to relatives atvWardsvi Settles Noel sold their crop of tobacco to Mr Moss for 81 ct ZP Leachman SOld his crop of abodt 8000 pounds in Louisville last week for 8 cents This close up allot last years crop in this vicinity The remaining twc months of the public school at this place will begin the first Monday in April Prof Peters will have charge of iit We hear that the school for the fall term has not yet been conracted for One of our neighbors hasbeen trying to burn a plant bed since the middle of February and he now says that the ashes have run lye enough to furnish the en tire community iin making soap We are quite sorry to report- a number of our people laid up with la grippe and whooping cough and we wish them a speedily recovery John Shewmatfer and wife Miss Minnie Mattingly and bro ther Joe visited friends and relatives rn the Mackville vicinity SundayS araigemetshave preachhereis talk of a Sunday School being organized We wish them all the success possible for it iis time our people were taking more interest in that kitd of work correspondentIan expression about the Senators race We will say that our people are quiet aboutpolitics anl it is hard to gel Vhim to express their opnionu they legard both to be good men but we do not think that ode man should alwaysb ld office It seems that Blackburn is so up against the admistration that we can not tell what is in the air but oneS thing we are for and more terested in that than we are in the Senators race and that is- we are for Scott Mayes to be our next Congressman Sleett Pinkston and Miss Ethel Settles were quitely married last Wednesday at the home of Rev Summers in Cardwell The bride is an accomplished young lady of near Brooksville who has a host of friends who wish her well The groom is an en ergetic younsr farmer it1a Jarge circle of f iends We suggest that some of our people read and study the 10th chapter and 1st arid 2nd verses Iof Isaiah and then help and pity poor suffering ones He who helps others can look to God for help arid if we would refrain from so much luxurywe then bettOr help others in their afflictions but we have no refer ence to traopsbut let such go to work fnrverk tis nc disgrace and laziness is credit to no one It was oUT privilege to visit Rev W H Ben ley last week who lives over in the edge Of Anderson county Rev Bently is now in his ninety third year of age and while feeble in body his mind is clear and active and rendeis him quite an interesting talker No minister in central Kentucky where he labored for more than sixty five years ever baptized more c n verts solemnized more marriages or preacn ed more funeral than he did PC never failed to go where duty called and many a time in the- bleakest of winter weather even at midnight he has cheerfully gone for miles to attend tbe death bed of a poor cottager to show him the vay to Oernal life As a minister of the Chris tian church a member of the Masonic order and public spirU tad citizen he ever knows Ids duty and performed it well and may the few remaining days of his eventful life be filled with pleasure and happiness is the wish of his many friends Since our last letter to the NewsLeader the angel of death has visited our community andS has taken from our midst Bertha Miller which sad event occured at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John Leach roioroioi iIS j HeadqUarters For Men i i IIiNi A NEW PRING OUTFIT i Is tWTI leaqhmns New Sore I Why Because there they find a select line of everything for men to wear at reasonable prices and in very newest x styles 4i CElEBRATED 3- HATS 4Shirts Underwear Collars Sand Cuffs Neck rear Straw Hats c1 Agent for the Globe Tailoring Co of Cincinnati and also 4 forth oldreliabie Merchant Tailors Yates Brds of Louisville A full line of samples on hand Measures taken and a fit guaranteed Call and see me The neatest little store in town 1 W TIILEACHMAN 5Mens OutfitteriMain Street opposite First National Batik W 1 =tCandidfejI The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county officer at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au gust 6th 1904 They are to be voted lor at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge BL Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Move County ClerkWeF Booker Repsfcnttlve W D Claybrooke or Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of Schools J W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryap W T MitclTell Deputy f For Coroner J M Montgomery man The inn Hl ala cause ocher death was con umptil1J She was born Feb 19th 18S4 and died the 15th ofMarch 190 She was united in marriage on the 4th of Sept 1901 to William Miller who died within a year after marriage In the summer SllthIerlandshe consecrated her young life to God Loosr befo e that she filled her pl ce in the church at all its meetings wrth faithful regularity while ever since she hasfailed in no duty involved in the holy profession she made be foe nen and angels Early last fall she begin to fade Her pate cheeks bespoke the ravages oll disease aid ech week her friends watched its faal progress but she was ony ripening for eternity Her pure spirit like a bird in autumn winged its Hi ght to the summer land of bliss Our hearts sorely miss her and are sad indeed that we shall see her no more May the Lord comfort the stricken mother jvnd father and giveJ1onlrength and grace foj UrisTneavy burden Maytbsryave faith to say She is not dead the child of bur af fection Slut gone into that school Vhere she no Jonger needs pur poor protection And Christ himself does rule We will be patient and assuage the feeling We may not wholly stay By silence sanctifying Ii concealing The grief that must have sway LILAC t Texas Mrs D A Crosby has returned from a visit bo her parants in Louisville She was accompanied home by her sister Mrs Allen Arnold of that place Misses Ida and Pearl Clay brooke of Springfield were visiting their parents Mr JJ R Claybrooke and wife Sunday Miss Minnie Barker of Fen wick is Visiting Miss Myrtle Robinson Messrs Robt Eourigan and Sam Evans of Marion county were calling qn some of our FairMaidensSunday Little Grace Jeffries has returned home a eiapleasarit visit to relatives in Louisville Wilhelm Peterson and wife visited the latters sisterMrs C P GoodeSundayS Miss Bettie Deboe of Spring field was among her many frionds at this place Saturday John IX Peterson and wife left for Louisville Monday where they expect to buy a full line of spring goods Mr Willianftfeffriss and wife ryEin tho future Mr Wilson and wife whore cently mowed from Lebanon to near Springfield were visiting at daughterMrsClay Mr Charlie Harmon and wife Were visiting at the home of the latters parents MlG T Kim berlin and wife Springfieldf SRev W T Gordonpreached tolalarsermon was good and fulL of truths we hope hewllll preach often a Mrs C F Cpcanougheris sick of lagrippe Levi BUdy is quite ill at the home of his father John Bailey- MAULS llrsIhear of her death She wasu very popular young woman mid greeted avery one with a smile Mesrlame Neal Bodine Pete Shehan Jennie B irlow and SOl Dixie Mi sej Josie and Lill Virgin dined with Mrs John Virgin Frld ayfWr Vanursdall and ifrimiTy have reiuraed home aijujr a weeks stay wii Ii Mr Sanl ishi op in BboomfieldS It is thought that Miss Flora tAl lard w Jl teach the Spring acnool hereSMrs Ora Orume and Mis Josie Shehan were inBtoomlield Saturday afternoon shppping Mr Earnest G totley of Valley Hilt was the guesTht Hill View WednesdayS Mr J N Arnold yhuerShoe lng a horse last F aYe go- ldckedbyitandis hsffdly able to be outSSeveral from this pldkeattencU L While in he of tie Ij j One of the latest Eye ma chine dn the market W C Grigst y now is among one of best in the State He fits Glasses and does not use any kind of 4 Dfuss fitting by the latest method the He fits the faca as well as the Eyes If you have any trouble with your Eyes or are in need of Glasses it will pay you to Vist 4 at Ky A free wMl convince you that knows how to fit a Glasses r v i 3f I oltf I i C Mr Love Bodine who has been sick fpr som tiihe is slowly im Mr and Mrs R C little R idel of passed through here lat en route to Rumors report a soon C3ii you guess HEAD n 1 Hill Mr Geo Dcrr Ipstli very val able cow last week She feil dar ing the snow and icy tune apd moro except by being assisted bM three nice calves from parties in apiece There are good in this section for a crop that is if it does not turn cold and kill them Kays hada last There were near twenty hjinds and from all reports they dirt a good and noth ing in the vas lackl lug rRMiss Clora is slowly she iik able to walk a little now with the aid of a crutch Mrs Piinnie Drane Lf Mr Miller Brothers ot the lairview who has been living in for several years died in that city and was back here and bur ied is Sup day Mr very sick at this Tne wheat this section looks very herd wasnt a very large acreage sown Thc piUs that act asa tonic and no as a drastic purge arc DeWltts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Billiousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to fcta safe pill Mack Hafnilton hotel clerk at Vallcy City N DS38 Two bottles cured m of chronic con sipatoii Sold by all t t b ANo b anch n factory for the and sale of Poultry Mixture A big and honest S100CO a montL sure and a fortune to a hustler In vestijate this Ref renc EG SINGE Eat St Louis r A i uAvlu 11ays Cradle In Russia n cradle 1 used ruicly to ti juotlm ltlnm obljnjj box or wfeLcr basket with at coill troth eicli ol Its four cor ners oztvergitg to the hook or the taft er from wlilgli It hiiig an with n Joojul eorl iJenjeiti it la which the tatler puts Lvf fnt tlo HVI tier baby In winter which In Itussia Is long and severe the cradej or some tIiiiOf In which tile y6tingcst children glfcop are slung around the jjroat stove upou which the parents and other adult nembera of Ins the nIlit wrapped In their Magazine I SnrcztNti A North Carolina lawyer wafS trying a ease before a jury being counsel for the prisoner a man charged with mak lug mountain clew The judge was very hard ou him and the jury brought In a verdict of guilty The Lawyer moved for a hew trial The Judge de- nte the mutton and remarked The court anti tile Jury think the prisoner a knave and a tooJt Alter a moments silence thfc lawyer answered The prisoner wishes me to say that lio la lperfectly satisfied He haB been tried lby a court and a w The and k1r i i rtTt I tHas just returned from where he a Post Course4 in Optics at the NortbeSnois of W oneol best Glass 4nd Eye Schools in the 1896 W C from the Thomas the same ity 1ani also a member voX the liii tfbis Alumni of also Optical Society Chicago Geneva Retinscopecdn Ophthalmoscope 1 Testing machines th- oI I Opticians Fogging System Grigsbys Optical Bardstown examination Grigsby GRIGSBY Optician 4BARDSTOWNKY townM6 provingS BobJettand cgfandaughter NellieRjby Sprirgffeld Saturday TaylorsvilleS wedding SFRiZZLE FFcgsanf dJherRoyalty bought different Anderson payiog12 prospects gooQpeach Mr1Abraham grubbing Thursday something dayswork eaicgline Derringer improving daughter uorhood Louisville brought Fairview cemetery Harvey Rpbinson oftheS- harpsviUeneighborboodis writing cropVn favorable although MAGNOLIA ByiliofeRoiilc Constipation Druggists V1AirID1ALBOE manufacture moneymaker exchanged Contrived tiMtucturciutJ Uieliiiuinioelo ihVfamUy ti1eeltskliisStrai1d jIryospeerL w a am Jeweler OPtIc Chicago buklGraduate College Ophtelmolojry OtolOgy United5L Grigsby graduated Cuegejn Association Optician beKentuc ttW I ANPSUIIR4kIk j I tL IIm We carry many articles that have become ne IrQ t 9jt1 have on hand vii Garden Hose V I Withi alUSxtures andothe jualitylhat will stand wear and tear nt tbe Cream FreezerSi whichnj and1m1r rQ Refrigerators i luaull sizes both enameled and zinc lined The Sitka one cf thebest maden t- 1fg t f 3 See our Apollo Washing Machine It I the housewife can do her own work I i pis p h g A full 1h e oJ N1CKLE PLATEfl I and ENAMELED Kitchen WmeI y iS McElroy G Sh fl frtt 8 GGGQQ4 r I The First National Bank fl I 8SPRINGFIEfD KY Vr- H Capital 5OOOO Sjfj 8 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO f if i 74 SSOFFICERSB t Litsey President John W Lewis VicePresidenti z A MoElroy Cashier 14B Cain Assistant Cashier R E 1jj S Foster BookKeeperS R DIR CT RSB lie Litsey J WLewSidney Green F j Camp i I bell R H EdelenH M Grundy John O Polln S We grant every favor consistent with jgafe banking Your bust n I respectfully soicited r Iness OOOO OQOG AN ODD VERDICT Vliy an Indian Itcric Wan Declar ed Winner of a Race A wan tvhb has traveled extensively In the west among oIlier anecdotes tolJ this one I yens present at a horse race In New Mexico one tiny where a horse belonging to an Indian had been matdiel against a swift footed pony yhlcli was the property of a cowboy The pony was known lhy the white men to bo i better racer than the other animal and the race had been ar ranged tot the purpose of fleecing the reI4hins An impromptu course OT mile had teen arranged and the race toi4 to be four times over the course Tlrej cowboysgave their rider Instruc tioiiH to hold the pony back until the finish so that they could induce the In fikms tD make big bets 1111luJIans hore took the load at 4he start anJ rctuiueJ It The cowboya offered more money as the rce pro grcsscd and the Indians seeing their liorse in the tend tool tte wagers So it went until three and a half miles had been covered and the Indians had bet nil their possessIons against the liioucy of the cowboys Then the cowboy rider put the spurs to the pony He passed tlie horse In the lost quarter and cr3sedthe line five lengths ahead Thcris were three judges Two of them were Indians and the other was thecowboyswhen the Indian judges Interposed Uh uh they grunted Indians horse win Hows thqt shouted the cowboys Didnt the pony come Jn first J But Indians horse was In front most of tfi way Indians win cameI tile final decision of the two India Judges unjlthere was w appeal Louisville trierurnaIl L i c 1 The Arabs Pride Ia His Kerne jArabian uprscs need no praise Of LAt3bspoem Achmid and His Maro surpasses nil Achmid had marc of won drous speed and guarded her with jcal ous care A robber stole her lenpcd upon her back and shouted to Acl1tnldJto catch her If he could Achmid and his tribe mounted and went in hot pur suit Suddenly the thought camp ta him It I overtake toy mare BLi ISIthen outrun she will lose her fame Shouting to the robber Quick pincli her ear he revealed the secre sigrj tits darling kncwj so ell Achmid lost his mare as he knew he would but her glory was secure r I knew that If her car be nipped The darling prizecould never stripped tfHt 0 4WeUIP5r181tzi b 11 i shpuldered an English colonell froin1th fik sidewalk Into the street Thersisi tiithfr EUgliibman being forbidUca by a general order of WelllngtQn tog a i1 challenge to or accept one froa a French officer did what he cosi4sdt- he 1 t only thing Je IthI k lr Frenchman down aM fkim satisfaction In a duel Ckedi 11Ij th0n made a Irprmal co duke who to soothe Ibe tags sent a written te XlmJI hi colonel but in It hn vltatlou to dinner A rItAlr ftc f Motorm irI it IB Irarrjr 7S M da see Iueir feitebtef mil frQntYes Pat I aikr MoionM Tliea ye4 bcttWr take tk ear tobi thI d CWSLEADEK D ZVLY ThU8DAT A YEAR IN ADVANCC Ii yUv UfJ DtUywJ f1Wltweek Tarber riiqr jwW Mr A1tiDshosy ofVL bnoi a- tiitji i t work Mite price DeMftredlat week fi aaon and Clyiif Keddicks rtd Uek tobcco to the A T 60 tiSutcenta per pound DeUfered Saturday r Mr Tfaioihy Whitiodk of Mar JMfeQftBj recently removed to i JIr T ruer Derringera farm threwhertbe xpectJ 10t a Urge crop of tobacco litXOItb buyer ol feHjtricM9L Tobacco Coofp ijwur town J as ia our midsti last 4 ilrv Upurchd W N Ell t TpTds4iyere this week Mr Jpfah Riley of Nelson j comty 6uae to tha Highland 7f8lorkfarIPf after 40 bush aiiil crcfcirjl graSs seeds Mon day The ir anyifri nds of Mrs B rtbiii1ItHjer shocked be j411tu to hear of her un twatljr gS4toiVle extent our liait feit sjmpajtny in behalf of tiM Wccay lparents and friends aa she will be missed in the fam 1ilj and aociatyi circle v rrftlfiter requested u- st say that the rumor concerning Mr JasTobin buying his farm ci givinghm 2000 profit ia t MwUkt and if Mr Tobin has ahrtatt of such he knows nothing of itftehJs heard him say iwthiog in regard to tin trade amd n ad not if 2000 is a11e wjffgive him Onir scliool begins April 3d withrMiss Flora Keen as teach f rIfr1llal r tpoleyt Co Chicago originated Kpacy anJTar as a throat and Jung n ediatidun mcctoant of the great eritaad popularity Foleya Honey asdjar majy imitations are offered for the genuine Ask fur Foleys 4 Honey andTar and refuse any substi tuteoffered as no other preparation w iligive the same satisfaction Itis mildlyJa attve It contains fiO opiates t and ii safert for children and delicate fjfson for site by Wood Well 4i Alt St Eisy People think it easy to run a newspaper An exchange says thatOBe weeks experience would f change the opinion of mcst peo pie on this subject Did your ever count the words in a column of ordinary news papers print Suppose you sit down and write a thousand orJs on some sub jectj and then another thousand oft another u o til you have writ ten eight or ten thousand Try itlaidEMlf it iis right easy iKeeptliatgait up for a ninth- S year and see if it is easy Ihen chase a locallall over townI A Jlid after you have gotten the lctsall right condense tnemf into a few lineS an hours work J ttiatcnbereadinafewsecondsDo seem insignificant after they are aresitemscr1te1 out to jou slien it is too late rto con ect them Oh yes it is fea y to run a a newspaper 4 ytpjusiSins you eat will taste good nd do good if you take Rings Dys pepela Tablets Sold by Haydons Pharmacy ir4 IJM ie Record klo Rowe 1ell knofcn colored citizen of Danville poss imost nlque record He was born ujd reared in this county andiif fifty three years ofLxbut duriag his life he honly been out of the county five tiaaes add each tima not more ithan six hour Junction City Bar rods b 1rgr Hustonsvilje Lancaster and Stanford are the anly towns be has ever visited He never rode on a train but once in his life and this was done after much persuasion on the part of a relative who paid his tare He says he never has any desire to go away from home to see the sights of the country or visit relatives He Is employed by Mr Thomas Lanier and bears a good repu tationDanviHe Advocate iBeiare ofOlDtatJ for CaM Hat Contain lercnry as mercur will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole ysteni when entering it through tnte mucous surfaces Such articles should never be usee except on pres r1r Ions fiVm reputable phy sicians as tfhe damage they wijl do is tefffold tothe good you can possibly derive frmtbem Halls Catarrh ma 1Co1 of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get tbegenI uine It is taken iaternaUy and made in Toledo Obiojby F J Chenev Co Testimonials e J Sold bY Druggists Price JSc per botUe7 Take Halls Fam ity Pills for constk patlonq Ma kJUe Mr J N Hopp rand Mrs H Hickersun were visiting friends in Perryville last Friday t t Miss Ada and Mary Tewney i are visiting relatives here Mrs Leachtn nand Mrs Anna Godby and children from Hills boro attended church here Sunday and also Mr and Mrs ran key front Pleasant Grove The Iasons met onjlastlJViday night several visitors were over- tfrom other places They have quite an intere4ingiodge Mr JeffMathrlv soid to Irvine Mayes a cow for 25 The sale at Mrs Harry Shew maker last Thursday was well attended and everything sold well Dick Shewmaker bought the home place and the other children bought the lower farm Dr W W Hyatt was in Mack ville Saturday evening to see some of our sick We have had quite a good rain and the grass is growing nicely Good many have planted their gardens and seem to think spring has come to stay Mrs Harry Shewmaker 1sbought the property in town owned by Mr Okey ClOyd Poss ession given the 1st of April Price paid 1700 Mr and Mrs J M Walker haye moved into the house of Lee Riley on Main street known as the Foster howe The ladies of the Methodist church are to meet at Mrs Dick Ishams and pack the box for the Orphans Home Wednesday MrandMrs W Wilham attended the funeral of Mrs Sallie Vtn- ArsdaleatHarrodsburg Saturday Noted Mail Robber Tacoma Wash AlbertF B l1J one of the most noted mail pouch robbers in the United States has made a successful dash lor liberty at the United States prison on McNeilsl land and escap ed into the heavy woods near the prison Bell covered his tracks so thoroughly that all trace ofI rThim waS lost soon after entering the timber and a generallJtJarll was turned in at Ihe prison guards being sent out to scour the woods add guard all avenues ofescape from the island The bloodhpnctdff of the prison were immediately pressed into servicetoBell is wanted in many cities in the United States and was ar rested here last April for stealing a mail pouch at Seattle and sentenced to two years impri sonment He made a most daring escape from Federal officers two yeflrs ago by jumping from a passenger train while being tak en from Denver to Philadelphia on a charge of stealing mail pcuchesa BADLY HURT Mr Hurbert Eddleman Is Struck by a railing blmb and Has Nar row Escape l1 Mr Hurbert Eddlemam ptie of thebest known young men in the county met with a serious accident on last Thursday after noon while at work on his farm near Mooresville Mr EddIe incu1tingIdowna der He was rendered uncon sious by the blow and remained in that condition for about two hours It was discovered that besides the wound on the head a boneof theishoulder had been fractured and the injuries are qiiieerious altbough not necessarily dangerous J Mr Eddleman is a popular youug man throughoutthe coun ty He is on the ticket as dep utyto Mr Sidney Osbourne who is the Democratic nominee for sheriff of the county at the elec tion next November His many friends will regret to learn of the accident and hope to see him re cover quickly One night is all the time necessary o prove that Pine les is the best remedy in the world for backache and all kidney and bladder troubles If you have rheumatism orauy other bleed disease a single dose will give relief Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Desire for Education Columbus Ohio Special Herman Hamilton a Portsmouth negro is to die Thursday night n the electric chairat the Ohio penitentiary for the murder of a Norfolk Western Railroad offical A remarkable feature of Ham iltons incarceration in prison awiatung execution is the studi ous manner tn which he has ape plied himself to learn to read and write When he came in under condemnation to death he could neiiher read nor write Now he can do both vryrapidly The strange part of it is the fact that all hIs previous opportunities to gather the rudiments of an education were wasted and ye when he came to the point where education would do him no good because certain death was only a few months away he seemed frantlc4to learn Backache is never known to those prsoriswlio take an occasional dose of Pineules The value of the icsln obtained fromthe Pine tree has long been recognized in the treatment of diseases of the bladder and kidneys Ono dose of Pineules will give relief ant one brttle will cure Sold by Haydons Pharmacy I ti k Tecffirmerg Busy Time II t1 ifIS now at hand and we have what he needs in the way of iPIows WagOns and Other Implements fJsr to make his Workeasier We handle the genuine Oliver 5 1 if Cbilled Plows Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion J5 I F Farm Wagons and the best drills aftd seeders on the market gH A P Northern Wife Seed Oaf fil are acknowledged be the best and we have them jng V any quantity Also Clover Timothy and other Grass Seeds g V e carry a full line of Collars Hames Plow Gear and i Wagon Harness ot all kinds tI f If you contemplateI building a fence investigate our 4 J 1AGE and ELrWQQP FIELD FENC1N6 none fretter S f gents for Gasoline engines All sizes and best makes i F4McClure 8 Wells IdJ r1 i NEARLY MOONSHINING I An Lncouriter Between an U S Marsha1sl P ssJJ and Moonshiners in this County Over 5 Thirty earSAgo 11 c iThere is a rough country em1 hacing corner of Washington Nelson and Anderson counties which from early pioneer days down even to the present time has been a favorite section for the operation of moonshine dis tilleries and officers of the government who have attempted from time to time to break up the illfct business have met with thrilling experiences One these encounters between rev ofI nue officers and the moonshiners occured in I 872 and the particu lars were given us by Mr Lytle Kays of this place who was one Of the posse summoned by the United States officer to assist in the raid Mr Kays was at tht time living near Antioch in the northern part of Washington county Durjpg the fall of 1872 there came to Springfield Uuited States Deputy Marshal Wing a fearless officer who ha4 extinguished himself on mOre than one raid against moonshiners in the state Marshall Wing was armed with warrants for the arrest of Clay Travis Charie Tennell Jack Langford and jothers who had been operating moonshine dis tilleries in what is known as the Greens Chapel neighborhood and the Salt River hills in the edge of Nelson county Before leaving Springfield the marshal summoned and took with him Seymore Muratta of this place and obtained the names of Capt Jack Barnett and Mr Lytle Kays who lived in the northern part of the county as good men to assist in the raid Mr Kays says that the marshal came to his house atnightand summoned him to go with him and after protesting to no avail he joined the posse Capt Barnett was also summoned in the same way and the party proceeded to find the men for whom they held warrants The homeof Travis was visitedand searched but their man bad gone News of the in tended rid had evidently pre ceeded the officers for none of the men could be found The neighbors appeared to all be in sympathy with the moonshinersI which made the cers muchmore difficult Finally at an early hour on the following morning Marshal Wing and posse including Mr Kays encountered Charlie Ten nell on the road He immedi ately turned his horse and fled at the same timeopening fire on thp dfficrs with a big navy re vdlvpr Capt Wing who was mounted on a fine horse gave chase followed by some of his menwho had difficulty however in keeping in sight A number of shOs were exchanged between tie marshal and the fleeing moonshiner Finally the officer having the fastest horse overtook Tennell who dismounted butstill showed tight He was still threatening to bring his big Navy into action again when Mr Kays who had been trailing dashed up and with his pistol pointed at Tennel deman dad a surrender The fugitive then signified his willingness to submit and was taken in charge by the officers Mr Kays says that the pistol With which he made such a bluff had refused to go off as he had tried it several times during the chase but the mjonahiner was not aware of that fact Rescued In tile meantime tile whole country had become aroused over the news that revenue officers were making a raid and as moon shining had been going in that county for years without any in terference the sympathies of the people were all with the men whose arrest was sought The other alleged offenders had disappeared and Capt Wing had about decided that t would be useless to pursue thg search any further but that he would take the prisoner Charlie Tennell onto Louisville with him The friends of the prisoner however were not agreeable to the plans of the offic r and they made other calculations News of the capture had spread hike wild fire through the hill country and there was a generaL gathering of neighbors at Wards ville through which place it wasp known that the mtrshalnd POSS with their arriv1ingand possefFere confronted by a lrge bofT of armed men who the rescuingnvpri cer Marshal WlfJg wlp Ylbrave man in the dis charge of his duty prpared tlO resist aY interference with his prisoner and for a titus it looked as if the shedding of blood would inevitably follow Just however when matters had reached a crisis Dr Ward the lleading citi zen of the Wardsviile intervened and ater talking thematter over prevailed on the citizens to give up theidaa of fighting They were however detcrmimd that Tennel should not be taken out of the county a prisouer and after a long parley the marshall consented to release his man in the face of overwhelming oddsj After this rail although unsuccessful the moonshiners were not so bold in their operations Tennell ani Travis left the State and never returned There were others however who carried on the business quietly for years and even to this day that section of the county known as the Salt River hills is not above suspicion as harboring more than one OatJtBarnettwere forced to take part in the raid by the marshal incurred the enmity of the moonshiners and their friends Weeks after the occurrence Mr Rays was called from his house one night and was confrontt d by two armed men who announced that they Ihad come to kill him for the part he had taken in tne raid The men however thought better of their determination ajid as they were recognized by some of Mr Kays family went away without carrying their threat Capt Barnett was also made aware in a similar manner of the fact that he had incurred the displeasure of the friends of the moonshiners for the part he had taken For years before the date of which we write the business of making mocnshiHo whiskey had been carried on xtensively and Without molestaton The coun ty was remote from any lmre towns and wits tliinly settled the land riot being well adopted to cultivation Illicit distilleries flourished and the neighbors seemed to take it as a matter iof course that moonshine whiskey should be made A market was found for the productin the sur rounding settlements An old citizen of this county who dont care to havehis identityrevealed was heard to make the statement recently that he had made many a dollar by hauling barrells of moonshine whiskey across the county with his ox team to be delivered at various points oyej in Spencer and other Theildvanculof up of the county however has done away to some extent but not altogether with the illicit manufacture of corn juice Striies Men Recast When you ship of health strIkes the hiddrn rocks of Con sumption Pneumonia etc you are lost If ycu dont get holp from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J C McKiu non of Talladega Springs AI i writes l1 had been very ill with Pneumonia udder the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at C JUdY dens drug store price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Negro Shot I Louis Ballard was slit arid very seriously wounded by his brbtherinaw Alex Clarkat morningiparties are The weapon used was a doublebar reed shotgun loaded with bird shot Both charges took effect mosly in Ballards face and for a time it was thought he was fatally injured We understand that bis physician now thinks he will recover but tbat his eye sight will be pernjabently in jured Clark is in jail pending his examining trial which will take place Saturday The shooliog it is said resulted over tha sate of a house and lot by Ellen mark Ale5c Clarks mother to Louis Ballard Clark and his family were occupying pthe property ana Ballard had ITiotifled the formertbyiicate the place This angered Clark and Monday morning vhen Ballard ffscended the roof pt lhe housfe in question torepaip thrchikney Clark appeared and a qUarrel n 5tied between the parjios Wffen L the sooting followed as stated aboveSeveral years ago Ballard as Csaulted Ed Pulliara a white man then flying rear Bardstown and came near killing hin For this jbe was given a term in the pent tentiary but after sermg portion of his sentence was par doned Bardstown Standard Nothiqg will cure Indigestion that doesnt digest the food and givei the stomach a rest It Isnt necessary to starye yonrselfTiii order to rest your stoinach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cur It fill digest arfV quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomach takcsa rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful preparations justly entitled to all of fUs many rcmarkame cnres Sold by Druggists STILL RAIDED Revenue Officers Successful In Nelson County A special from Bardstown says Revenue officers this morning made a raid on two moonshine distilleries near this place in the Balltown neighbor hoojd Tbey found one still in oPeat1Onbut the proprietors had fled The officers captured the still including the worm and cap and a large quantity of beer After making this successful raid the officers went to another still but the operators t dslip- ped away Tbey captured a Jot of beer The wOrm had been hurriedly taken away The raid was made under the orders of a revenue officer from the Louisyile office but it was accomplished in part by Deputy Collector Hayes and a Dumber of storekeepers and guagers A DInner IniliiflonIAftqr a hearty meal adost of Kodol Dyspepsia Core will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestaut and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dspcpsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Rislnps Bad Breath and all stoma h troubles N Walking Lesbus Kyf says t61can testifyto tne efficacy of Kodol iij the cure of Stomach Trouble I v afflicted with Stomach Trouble for fifteen yfcarfl and haye taken six bottles of your JCodo- lDspeiasiaCdre which has entirely cured niei The six bottleswere worth 1000 to me Sold by all Druggists State Teackcrs toMcrt Probably the largest gathering Of pedagogues overseen in this State wiUbq present at the next meeting of the Kentucky Educu tional Association at Mammoth Cave June 21 22 and 23 Large bodiesof teachers will be present from adjoining States and the 4 meeting promises to be one of great importance The programWhlcbfsb ing prepared will be most elaborate Among the speakers who will address this teachers are the fol5 lowing Gov J C W Beck ham of Kentucky tr John W Cook of DeKalb Ill Dr Henry G Williams of Athens 0 State Supenb tendfinrW5Ti Cartin- gtoDoLMissqrIState Superi- ntenaeiitFACdttonof IndIana State Supfcrintenden ti S A tfyn ders qfTennesieeState Super intendent IsftkctW Hill of Ala bamav3tatet Superintendent r ThosOfih1ertof West Virginia State Superntendenl Jas BT Fuqua pf Kentucky and varioli other prominent educators ThewatQhVordoLthis meeting will bewSitate Normal Schools pmittcbaZactrIsLici featUt of the metigi1b4 theaorgaii zatiot bfthoteichersipt6a fe eratioq opnthtl1 fdIclaie- tat prjncitei5fwlilch1a1I be To plac teachers on a profess- ional111sis To emove the management of public school from the influence of partisan politics seCtarianism or per orialitles T4duoatetpublic opinion in favorof belt school and better trained teachers better schoolhouses and better equip mant longer terms amL larger salaries r 7o serye as a njeansofHisiem mating the views of teachers in everyl corn er pfthe Coinmon ff i fmwoalth To Serve as a medium of iti teiignt and sympathetic com inunication between the Peo plesSchooJs and heuE opes- Re relit tives in the Ken tucki4 General Assemtfy All railroads otfer one and one third uaresfor the round trfp Further information relative to themeeting may be obtained by addressing Mr M Or Wnfryv Presiderltor the Kentucky FAn datipnal Association Middiel ooro t You can apply Ma ZaB insiac tight whercvthc pain iis It is pt1pln cot fcpsabje tube with nozzle attachment for hnrodHcU itManatt stops ofIblid1piles Sold by HMydons cy Tsr A Gruesome Sight The bones of a hukTan Ibeing were found lying in a hole near a rock fence on the farm orMrD N Prewitt this morning while he and another man were engaged in repairicg a portion of the fence that lied fallen in At nfstlidr Prewjtt thought they orlcaUbutwas horrified to see that they were4be remains of a human The entire skeIon excepting the feet was found and brought to the city where they were turned over to a llocal physician It could be plainly seen that the flesh had been off the bones but a short time- Several teeth in a bad sateof preservation were still In the jaw bone and from these it seems like the bones belong to the remains of some person who was not younger than sixty years of age Mr Prewitt andt several gentlemen who examined the find are unable to account for them in such a piceand it will probably never t be known putiinville AdvocatJB 1A DAHOEEOnS BABl L Gladstones Physician Gives Warn lug Against a Growing AmerlV i can Custom The growing habit amongst Americans of taking a mint tablet or some other so called diI festive after eating a hearty mea s something that Sir An drew Clarke Mr Gladsto nas physicians advises strongly against sayingHIt is albso lutely dangerous to take infotthis stomach remedies which aije popularly supposed to aid iintbe digestion of food jj There nothingrknown to the science of medicine that can perform the work of the human stomach Drugs do not and cannot digest tie food They aim ply decompose IL What can be more revolting or gisgusting than the thought of takingsome thing into the stomach that is gofag to turn the good food you have eaten into a maSs of orrup tion The only way to overcome indigestion and its evil effects is to remove all irritation congestion andinflammation from tlje stom ach liver and intestines and Mi otiu is the only agent known that will do thisv When Miono tablet isttaken before each meal every trace of irritationand inflammation is removed from the stomach and di gestive system and those organs will extract from the food alt that goes to make good rich blood firm muscle steady nerves and a souLd heal thy body If IIg indiIIe lcSjSnesspr any stomdch trouble get a fifty cent box of Miona from Wood Wells one of cur mst rleliiblaj druggists whose faith in the remedy is showtf by their offer to return th money if Mionadoes not give complete satisfaction TijiThe faster Hat r The Easter bat this vcar is be something eatirely new at4 it will hft Y4 na ch4o do with ere ting iV new typf of fiasu r Jgirl J For many ye ri ppsi Eutet Sunday has cota j0 eftrlf in the season thta bai of Trtrwr and lowers seemed diaMaotty Iiocoa gruous This jer ffee EaeShatwilbesuitabll the sn jit will be a yarl4d hat to its shape and iy sisit it strike a happy iie Ufm orims of the imaicrityx Uats flare jinftb toeicof vaysv They not up in the front ai4 i Bid butlnfchebick J fmost no ticeable feature iDfa4t of tie newest hats is thVay the brim turns straight up st the baci and generalijr spcakhig ir here that ey vp iningi is masse Howe Com pamont lalDbrip oBOJ lrc SircofVol21it Will make the season d 1905 Mt the fair Grounds atablfr at l t tO 10OJDsuta Liiig Colt tMainbrino iloy Trls too well known fn Washington jand adjoining contks to need any 10I1gc deSdriptio H Iat the finest pedigree oSjaHy norse Ia this sectipa and is the sire of of 1 I fine horses Hels 16 bnhlgb soJiA 4 1il black and Is a b oaelvndivrduaL J JJitt 3f i At the same placel thissriajon yo will stand v 7 J f BLACK BOY 1 t iinchtrfiveI beiliris Jack he by Logan Ca1aw t1Jirfihe Jnnett Jack itq hands atfftwhich tgpk second prlzfe agt the iJ i or Chicago W9r1dtsFair Bl ckIjoyts i first dkm was a 15 hand j nhett skett by Georg e Tarkiigtons 16b3Ui Jack jt + Oiled Painlngton which soldt jFfor j 2500 Back Boy hasprpn him jjf self to be a lure oal getter lie lt make the season jof SOSat tr t sro INSUBi ALIVINGCOt 1 1 f j i George Was injt st ii2T Black Jack with while t1s 111 hands i high 0 yeani did anda ffool bcejedcri y r snbybr Peters old Black Hawk His list ldam vas a good jennett 15 hands higki whoSd brqediug was unknown Gcorge Wash n ton wUl mike the sea tO tt 5 LE9 INSURE A liVlNGC0tFt tW tIneachcascmoncylsduChe4he iPmare is parted with A JIn ijij tjf gained on al1cotts to S cure ser j 1 fee All precautions taken to pe ventaccidents butwill not bcrlsp6 tAli 1sibtesTiquld any occur J MtSmithcan all tunes bjosn 1neither at the stables or iaKpcfrigIgJiiV N 8yLYETERERSM1TIUI1 1C orEra XtJsaJP1e Ltrf to ta etpr t L ttleLher Pills a tkskti feffect upDn the liver iod4 t l1 dohtrcy Ji t P rJ 8 j YrJi- It CHESTNUT DA Jt 1 fL COMBINED S7AI2iOkC- lietnut jfc5 i L 4 Dare will make the praeaso at- w f stabled miles north of Springfield ait 4 Livingi i I 1f1 f I Chestnut Sorrell five Tars 1J 16 hams kiiIood I6L1J1J- w flat bone natural high tail carriage a llare bandoa c csaddle and harness horse He jhas the style form the proud gaits and action cbaracteristic6r the t Dare t family also he Has the finish bon and thtW will produce the bt b st type whichrthe anlb 4 41 HIS ring of colts of eight entrIes sbown S field L l Jl Fair last year show bim agreat br Stlei ILcrPiatt from pT a distance prQiwaiiced it the btit ring of chIsyir waJtby the get ofolIhorse the blue grass wIt excepted rF Chestnut DarCwas Sired by Cheater Ire the great ft fo est sire for high class saddle and harness bor First rdani by lIed Phlef he by Clark Chief he by Ma IIbrio pJ Yfn sterseconddam py Black Hawk Chief third 1m l j tSby BrinUers Drennon AL J Gdrisidering his breeding size tylerfewNrepMwr matson and his iniformn show of co1tsI ask thpstroagetc i 5 of pwners of good marNof this aud acjoniageotiefc i iJ 7 r 7 t LEGRANDE J Bay stallion sired by egrande hft by jMafcbrlno IaJ f t grande 1st dam by Davy QiockeJt 2ildam laj 1on Motk AZ fThis horse 1 10 hands with uVftraan ad tail bassiean4 Jy bone su Bcent to produce horses useful for any purpose A 8 ToInsure a Liymg Colt Jit1 Also will stand my wet known mule J k1hichbaa Jpioven hmiso1ftobe cue of the best in the W Pfci ti w high priced mules at 10 TO INJURE AIV1W QL1i 1- JD Mule buyers hunt his colts ati weaning time y fAlso REDWINE a No 1 young blackJack wlkKjitofC fa i points a finely bred J4kit fftc4 iiHliya1 h i7 TO jjINSURE A LIVING COLTS W A cordial invitation jit gitwi H U to call 4 inspect A W this stock Soanon moosy i p1Mvely due wbei mares are traded of parted ritti or toed to other atock f LEACHMAN 8 Lt C 1L 2i 7 7 IIr T7 TIE 7 i J biiiiI1 iJ 1 1r u I SOWERS t 17 Ivv ETON c7TfSM i 4 feiIui33iitlUMf XjXHI TN3fET1a1 lItbt ona rofn l tt beu f N e3e1h- a S Qnhei Ma Wla t ll twioe aad all bs white lekep v LI eye on ne ChMXTtife A qntel a 1IfiiUt1 thta man feilrr et1iIig ot and of tbot iiMwt lived iathat belong to MHIIC eMOtkHU lid soon came prince reqttim jMr ifttcn saW 8tlarat still watchlaj eiisyxvUle who was Jookurnt- nJ nojkctiajj liis oppsJKfcnldcs icctt went wp to him anil tool the arm fc witto we he aW- i could have taken fIf UrtKiNt of the scrv afiKreat but he did not dare tfco It waa fcwential tlintl1e ehouW otrtaia a few words with Etta To efect tWo be was reader even tc face Mi Intorfew with fcteiaaietz Be pncQOedL Steium tot tin jworn forgetting rea to resent the Targe from praap ooi hk arm They 1wnt aoub tbe km dJmly lit a1 APt U oM jjpaet c the castle wk ettOt hd kit rooms IM paid SteteKetz wher tw we alone with cooed door lbow D Cfcaucvllfe Jet us under stbd esctr otiMr De CbiaoxTille afcroggcd Ills ahoulI J Mk H was iot tWaking of Stein nict yet He wustui tainUBf of Etta and boy he could get speech with her With tba awtaraiice whtdb bad carried Urn ttvovfli many a difficulty before tbla the FvtMhnan looked rouad him kinr In the details of the roomTHr ere in tUe apartment beyond the Iftrgf toklas roin41e anteroom as It re to the IJttle cbaiaber where Paul thfa JDNICine 1icst his dLsgulse a1ltbe cptnprotBfelnt details of Ills York among the peasants The broad writiB table In the middle of tile roam atapdltotpree the two men D gino yourself In love StelnnietzIfa 1L ir ff you je turned the other 7 ff 111 tfcottfiht that it was that said i tt Ckrtttm looking at him thought fnHyj I KOfld throw you out of the hsliiil If It s anything else I will I iil jrtarcwr Jjtu downstairs ir r4 NCacaxvlllc bit his thumb nail MtxtaMly lie frprcnod across tile ta hk tote Btfcinmetzs face In all their tMtcMWtirte J1ebadneer heard that tMfe ef voice be had never seen quite r tiwt look oa the heavy face wt Jwve known you not for twenty J Ive years went on Karl Stelnmetz ijI4 i caanot soy that I know any rood dtVou But let that pass ILls y tiJpose my business The world fti318SI thif good God madeit I can do jr iCiHtblne toward bclfcring It I haresjil JlrSSj9 you to ben scoundrel a fact td be deplored and that Is all IJut so soon as your TJllaiuy affects low life then my friend a more J active recognition of His necessary Jlntleed sueerjUd the FCCAcI1 nan ToUr villainy has touched Pauls life aad at that poJut it touches mine continued Karl Stelnmetz with slow sIugvz Yot followed us to Peters i burg tbeuce ypudbgged us to the nov eminent of iver You twisted that foolish woman the Countess Lano Itch rpund your fnger and obtained xV from her an Invitation to ihors All this in qrdcr to bethear one of us Ach 1l baTe been watching you Is itonly ta after tweiityflvegyears that I at last v convince you that I am not such a fool as you are pleased to consider me3 Jou live not convinced me yet put in De ChauxviHe with his easy laugh 1 20 but T shali do so before I have Inlslicd with you Now YOu have not fflm iOfor nntliins Tt IRto bo noor one or us it is not Miss BelaueTd She knows yow Is It IT t lie toncbfrl LIZ broad chest with lib two tans and stood defying hLiUte Joeg toe Is It me that you follow If so IIt an kere tbarc done tlth it IIOWtr De ChftxyUlc laughed There wa1 an imeasy jook in bU eyes He dllctf sot qBlte understand Stelnmetz nel mafa no answer but be turned looked at the window Is it Paul continued Stelnmetz II tklak Rot I think you are afraid otI unleSilyoircun er7 Stelnnietz was standing with his bac1towbiappe4red to he tile only exit from the rOm There were two other doors concealed in the oaken panels but De Chaurvllle did not know that l am waiting said the German for you to explain your conduct viudecCr repllwl Do Chansvllle Then inr friend yon will have to cou youilrlgbtSteinmetz was getting calmer There W3 an uncanny hush about him Then I am to conclude he said that you came to Russia in order to persecute a helpless woman Her in nocence or tIer guilt is for the mpment beside the question Neither is any business of yours Both on the con trary are my affair Innocent or guilty the Princess Howard Alexis must from this moment be freed from your persecution- De ChauxviHe shrugged his shoul ders He tapped on the flOSr Impn tiQntly with the toe of hs neat riding boot ycUn he said Let me pass YOur story of Sydney Bamborougb Vent oil Stelnmetz coldly was a good one wherewith to frighten a panic Etrtckim woman But you brought it to tile wrong person when you brought woulellbaplace unless I knew that Bamborougb was dead Yon may be telling the truth about that incident or you may not said Do Chatrxvllle But my knowledge of the betrayal of the Charity league is suf ficientfor my purpose Yes jfdmlltcd Steinmebf grimly you have information there with pos sibilities of mischief in It But I shall discount most of It by telling Prlncb Pavlo tonight all that I know and I know more than you do AlMa I in tend tseni your lips before you leave this room DC ChauxviHe stared at him with a dropping lip lie gulped down some- Thing iu Ws throat His hand was stealing around Under the fur jacket to a pocket at the back of Ills trouscrs Let me out he hissed Therd was a gleam of bright metal in the sunlight that poured in through the window De Chausrllle raised Iris arm sharply ahd at the same Instant Stelnmetz threw a book in his face A loud report and the roOm was full of smoke Stelnmetz placed one hand on the table and despite his weight vaulted it cleanly This nan had taken his degree at Heidelberg anti the Germans arc the finest gymnasts in tbe world Moreover muscle once made remains till death It was jhis only chance for tile Frenchman had dodged the novel but It spoiled his aim Stolnmetz vaulted right on to him and De Cbaux vllle staggered bnck In a moment Stelnmetz had him by the collar his face was gray his heavy eyes ablaze It anything will rouse u man it is being fired at pofnt plank at a range of fqur yards with Inre volvo Aeh gaspej thp GermauYoL would shoot me would yonT He wrcrtdhed tho pistol from De ChauxvIHes fingers and threw It Into the corner tire room Then be shOQk the man like a garment First be cried you would kilt aull arid now you try to shoot me loifl Oo what are yoWl You are id than Do you know what 1 am go to do with you I am p1w tn i J JL KILLER J Ii a xIS i J I r w jy 1 of i IkOlild AJI L I rrJ thrash you like a flogr He him totbe fireplace Above the mantelpiece a stick rack was affixed to the wall and here were sticks and riding whips telametz se looted a heavy whip His eyes were shot with blood hlxaoutk worked tw tteattfhls nmtacbe So be Mid I am going to settVt With you nt Vast De Cbcujnllle kicked and struggled but he could not get free He only sue dedia halt choking himself You are going to swear sld Stein metzneer to approchthe princess again never to divulge what you know of her past life The Frenchman was almost blue In the lace His eyes were wild with ter ror And Karl Btelnmetz thrashed him It did not last long No word was spoken The silence was only broken by their feet by the startling report of each blow by De Cbaurvllles repeated gasps of palu severnllplnccs with red At last Stelnmetz threw him huddled Into one corner of tim room The chat terlug face the wild ores that looked up at him were terrible to see i When you have promised to keep the secret you may go said Stein metz You must swear Jt De Chauxvllles lips moved but no sound came from them Steinmetz poured some water into a tumbler and gave It to him It had to comp to this he said sooner or later Paul would have you that you will keep the princess se cret r I swear it answered De Chaux yule hoarsely Stelumctz was holding on to the back of a high chair with both hands breathing heavily His face was still livid That which had been white in his eyes was qulVe red De Chanxville was crawling toward the revolver in the corner of the room but he was almost fainting It was a question whether he would last long enough to reach the firearm There was a brighf patch of red in either liv er colored cheek His lips were work convulsively And Steinmetz saw ling Iin time lIe seized him by the ml And Karl Stelnmetz Viraxhcd him tuf or circoai una uraggea nnn cacc lIe placed his toot on the pistol nod faced De Chauxvilie with glaring eyes De Chauxvilie rose to his feet and torn moment time two men looked Into- each others souls The Frenchman face was twisted with pain No word was said The Frenchman went slowly toward the door He faltered and looked ount for a chair He sat heavily down with a little exclamation of pain and ex baustlon and felt for his pocket handkerchief At last the Frenchman stood slowlj up and with characteristic thought blt appearances fingered his torn coat Have you a cloak asked Stein metz No Time German weut to a cupboard In tile wall and selected a long ridIng cloak which he handed to the French man word r t k IfeottySgjpgo every day March to YISI905tQ San Francisco A JEpjSSiSe Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in 11iiai5iificketsi good in tourist sleepmgcars Rate for double 1 bcrtlj jcago to San Francisco LcfcAngeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and inany other points in Califo r7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul AIM Union PacificSouthern Pacific Linet If you are thinking ofsuch a trip this is your opportunity to make it at least expense Hands me book descriptive of California sent for jsix cents postage I I jjrLGssi1PaengerAgent Railway CHICAGOieCJ jiil1i dragged shuffling onlYdjereuCe1Doyouswe without WS HOWELLII t i nn iWamt I btA4es iLCCity t554 Pibbk Dw l BTEaniert lonowcd De Chauxvilk through the long paMage they 1a4 traversed a few xolautes earlier nnd dowN tile broad taircae The ser ants were waIting at the door with the bone put at tbe Frenchmans dlsposa byPaalD Mfinfed slowly beav ily with twitchIng Up His face Wail set aBel cold mowThe pain was get ting bearable the wouaded vanity was bteedtog inwardly la his dull eyes there was a g eaa of hatred and mol lee It waa the face of a mall rejol lag inwardly over a deep and certain vengeance uIt is wrlir he muttered between his clinched teeth as he rode away while Stelnmets watched him from the door step It b well Sow 1 will Dot pre you CHAPTEIl XXXIV AUL STEINMETZ walked slo ly upstairs to his own room K The evening sun shining through the small deeply em brasured windows fell on a face at no- time Joyous now tired and worn IIo sat down ut his broad writing table lIt1tieI am getting too old for this sort ot thing he said His gaze lighted on the heavy riding whip thrown on the ground near the door where he hid released Claude do Chauxvilie after the terrible punlsl ment meted out to that foe with bean Teutonic hand Stelnmetz rose anJ picking up the whip with the grunt o a stout maa stooping replaced it care fully In the rack over the mantelpiece He stood looking out of the window for a few momenta It will have to be done he sal resolutely and rang the bell My compliments to the prince be sold to his servant who appeared Ill tantly aBd will he come to me here When Paul came into the room a few mnute later Stelnmetz was standing by the the He turned and looked gravely at the prince I have Just kicked De Chauxvlllt out of the house Jje said The color left Pauls face quite sud denlyWhy he asked with hard eyes He had beguu to distrust Etta am there Is nothing so hard to stop as tute growth of distrust Steinmetz did uot answer at once Was it not my privilege asket Paul with a grim smile There are somi smiles more terrible than any frown No answered Steinmetz I thiul not It Is not as bad as that But it IIs bad enough it is bad enough I horse whipped him first for myself How pleasant that uAnd then I kicket him out for youtWhy repeated Paul with a whit tnceIIt Isa long story answered Stein metz without looking at him Ht knows too much 1luul walked away to the window He stood looking out his bands thru into the sIte pockets of his jacket hitS broad back turned uncompromisingly upon his companion Tell me the story he said Yoi need not hurry over It You need not trouble to spare me Only let it bc quite completeonce for all Steinmetz winced lIe knew the ex pression of the face that was looking out of the window This man has bated me all his life he said It began as such things usu ally do between men about a womag It was years ago I got the better of him and the good God got tbe better of me She died and De Chauxvilie for iot her IJiavc not forgotten her but 1 have tried tjdo so It Is a slow process and I have made very little prog rose but all that is my affair and be side the question I merely mention It to show you that De Chauxvilie had n grudge against me This Is no time for mistaken char toIscreeoIt There was a little pause Never had that silent room been so noiseless In sitter life Steinmetz went on It was our fate to be at variance sev oral tithes Our mutual dislike hnN had no opportunity of diminishing II Fcems that before you married De Chauxvilie was pleased to consider himself In love with Mrs Sydney Barn borough Whether he had any right to think himself used I do not know Such mattcrt ate usually known to two persons only and Imperfectly by them It would appear that the wound ta liLt vanity was serious It developed into a thirst for revenge He looked about for some means to do you harm He communicated with your cncmle allied himself to such men as VasInnd of Paris He followed us to Pe tcrburg and then he had a stroke of good fortune He found out who be rayed the Charity league Paul turned slowly round In his eyes there burned a dull hungering flrcAh He knows that he said slowly Yes God help us ho knows thathv And who was It Stclnmctx moved uneasily from ono foot to time other A woman you know said Stein metz slowly Good God Catrlnar No not Catrlnf Then who cried Paul hoarsely His hands fell heavily on the table Your wifely Iraul knew before the words were spoken He turned again and stood looking out of the window with his hands thrust Into hU pockets Stelnmetz watched Pauls motionless back with a sort of fascination lie JJpellItensity lIe went to the table and sat down From mere habit he took up a quill pen He looked at the point of it and nt the Inkstand But he had noth- Ing to write There was nothing to say He laid tbe pea aside and sat leaning Ills broad head upon the palm of his baud his two elbows on time table Paul never moved Steinmetz waited At length Paul moved He turned ind coming toward the table llaid his banU on Stelnmetts broad shoulder Are you sure of ltV he asked in a voice that did not sound like his own at all a hollow voice like that of an old mao I have it from Stepam Lano JIQuite the princess herself remained thus for a moment Then Paul withdrew his hand and walked slowly to the window Tell me lie said how sliedId itSteinmetz was playing withth quill I It pea again was an organised plaH between iusband and wife he said arnbor ugh turned up at Tkors and asked for nights lodglag OIl the strength of a nrr small acquaintance He stole Sthp pts from Stepaaa study and took hem to Tver where liii wife was raiting for them 8h took them on to arts qn4 sold them ti VJ1RJUL Unro borough DCeYin his journey eastward knowing presumably that he could pot escape by the western frontier but lost his way on the steppe You remember the man whom we picked up between here und Tver with his face all cut to pieces He had boOn dragged by the stirrup That was Sydney Bambor ough The good God bad hit back quickly How long have you known this asked rant In a queer voice I saw it suddenly In the princess face one day in Petersburg assort of revelation 1 read it there and she saw me reading I should have liked to keep it from you for your sake as well as for hers This might have been one of them But ie Chauxyille found It out and it is better that I should tell you than he Otcoune said Paul after a long I have been n great fool I IHeI tion like this 1anl walked slowly to the chiir le- usually occupied opposite to SteSnmetV at the writing table He walked and sat down as It he had traveled ilong distance What is to be done asked Sfein rnelz I do not kno1 do not thhik thai It matters much What do you recom mend There Is so much to be done swered Steinmetz that It Is dilfleull to know what to do first We must pot forget that De Chauxvilie Is furl oils He will do nil the harm of whIch be Is capable Tit once We must not forget that the country Is In n state oi smoldering revolt and that we hay two women two English ladles In trusted to our cure Paul moved uneasily In lila chair His companion had struck the right note This large milan was happiest when he was tiring himself out Yes but about Etta be said And the sound of I1lsvolccmnde Steinmetz wince There Is nothing heartrending as the sight of dumb suf teeing You must see her answered he re flectively You must see her of course She may be able to explain She cannot explaini away Stcpjxn- Lanovitchs ruined life Sine can hard ly explain away a thousand deaths from unnatural causes every winter in this province alone This was what Steinmetz dreaded Justice Give her the opportunity lIe said Paul was llooking out of the windoW His singularly firm mouth was still and quiet not a mouth for explana tions I wllllf you like he said I do like Paul I beg of you to do It And remember that she Is not a man This like other appeals of the satin nature fell on stony ground Paul sin ply did not understand It In nil tin years of his work among the peasants it Is possible that some wellspring of t conventfonal charity had been dried iip scorched iu the glare of burning in justice He was not at this moment iii a mood to consider the only excuse that Stelnmetz seemed to bp able to urge The sun had set long ago The short twilight Ihy over the snow covered laud with n chill hopelessness Stein metz looked at his watch THey hadI boom together an hour one of IIfeUmf11Hewatch In order to see time bauds The room was almost dark and no scrVant ever came to It unless Bummoncd We must dross tot dfnucr said Stelnmetz Afterward well afterward we shall see- YciJnuswereJ Paul And he did uotco I do not want you to think he said at nsttlintlt Is as bad as It might have been It might have been worse much worse lint I not made a mistake in regard ts my own feelings when I married her I will try and do the right thing by her Only Tit present there does not seem to be much left except you Stelnmetz looked up with his quaintly resigned smile Ah yes be said I am there al ways CITAPTEH XXXV came down to dinner smll rrT and imperturbable On the of the drawlie room rvclmuIu u pa8 jut lIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short tine ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials iin addressing the public but the above remark and similari expressions are made so often in dohnec Lion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note Frqm infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying improper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The ac t ion ofI Scotts Emulsion is more of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nourishment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts SOrodfrom l t we will undyou a sampk f1e Be tur that tIry cturz bibs iorni of a UJxl Ji odt tntfpti of r rbattle of EiAuUloo you SCOTT NE Ckmjst 409 Pearl St4 1 50caodl aIidntjb I c ivnn steinmetz an i that was all At dinner It ras Maggie anti Paul win were silent Etta talked to gteinuiet brightly gayly with a certain cour age ot a very high order for shewu desperate pnd she did not show It At last the evening came to an end Maggie hail sung two songs UtelE jnetz had performed on the piano with a marvelous touch At last Etta rose to go tobcd with a little sharp slgl ot great suspense It was coming She went up to her room biddln Maggie good night in tho passage Inn mechanical way she allowed the deft banded maid to array her in a dress Ing gown soft silken a dainty trt umph in its way Then almost Imps ticntly she sent the maid away when her hair was only half released Sh would brush it herself She was tired No she wanted nothing more She sat down by the fire brush In hand She could hardly breathe It was coming She heard Paul come to his dreSsing room She heard his deep quiet voice reply to SOIEO question of hlsnlet Then the word Good night in the same quiet voice The valet had gone There was only the door now between her and what Her finger were nt the throat of her dressing gown The soft lace seemed to choke her Then Paul knocked at the door It was coming She opened her lips but at first could make no sound Come in she saldnt length hoarsely She wondered whether he would kill tier She wondered whether shen9 In love with her husband She lIad begun wondering that lately Sbe wns wondering it when lie came In Hc had changed Ills dress coat for a IIlIk faced Jacket in which he was In the habit of working with Steinmetz In the quiet room after the household hnl gone to bed She looked up1Sire dropped tl brush and ran toward him with a JtCl rustle of her flowing silk Oh Paul what is IU she cried She stopped short not daring to touch him before Ills cofd set face Have you seen any oueIshe w1ls pcrcd Only De Cbauxvillc be answer this nfternoon Indeed Paul she protested bnstllr it wxis nothing A message from Ca triua Lanovltch It was only the uSuni visit of aHf acquaiutiucc It woui have been very strange if he 11311110t called fro you think r could care tor a man like that I never did think so until now rc turned Paul steadily Your excuses accuse you Yon uiay care for 1im 1 Go hot know I do notecare She turned slowly and went back to her chair Mechanically sire took UI the brush andshook back herbeautifi hair You mean you do not care fOr mc she said ii do not think snll1Pnul judiciallY that you con lave cared very much whether I loved ytn1pr riot When y out married meyou Inew that I wnsthc promoter of the Charity league I almost told you I told you so muc that with your knowledge you must have been aware of the fact that wns hoayjly Interested ln the undcrtakln which you betrayed You raarria me without certain proof of your flu bunds dentin such was your haste to Icnn yourself a princess And now I find on your own confesson that you have a clandestine understanding With a man who tried to murder me only n week ago Is it not rather absurd 10 talk of caring He stood looking down at her cold and terrible Iu the white heat of hIs suppressed northern anger The little clock on the mantelpiece in a terrible hurry ticked with nil It might Time was speeding Ever moment was against her And Sbe could think of nothingto say simpl because those things that she won have said to others would carry no weight with this man suppose she said without looking II that you will not believe me tt I tell you that I hate the man I knew nothing of what you refer to ns happening last V eek1rIs attempt to murder you 1 mban You ore a prince and all powerfull In your own province can you riot throw him into prison nnd Keep him there Such things are don in Russia He is more dangerous thai you think Please do It Please Paul looked at her with hard unrq spbnsive eyes Llve depended on hIs answer I did not come here to discus Claude de Cbauxvlilc be said but you and our future drew herseff up as one undei and walt 1 Ith set teeth IIEttu he srU in a final vole made it no proposition at all that you po home tj England atone with your cousin This country is not safe for you The house in London will be at your disposal lwill mate n suitable settlement on you sufficient tc live In accordance with your title and position I xuust ask you to remember that the name you tear has hitherto been an unsullied one We have been proud of our princesses up to now In r case of any trouble reaching you from outside sources connected with this country I should like yoU to remember that you are under my protcctlou and that of Stclumcts Ether of us will be glad at any tune O consider any appeal for assJstaucc that yoju may think fit to make You will always the- PnIucessIIoyardAiexis TODE coVaID Let the boastful man have Iris own way JIo wont listen to you anyway The only wayto tell a love story aft er all Is In kindnessI mind gOOd cooking It is too lute to cougratuinte some people after they have been marriott long as a week A great many people have consciences that would require aji alarm clock to wake tint Artificial roses never appear to so poor an advantage as when the 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41 Leayes Louisville at f 410 pm Bardstown Junction I 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm rrjstrlSpringaeld 645 pm Noi42 Leaves Springfield ati k 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am Ne 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm g No44L aves Springfield a b 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstowh Junotion 485 pm lyr vsat Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Spripfttield at 715 am Bards town b ain Bardstown Junction p84am arrives at Louisville 93pam No91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown JuictioD 650 pm Bardstown i3 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm f YoUr Repairing Solicited Fr Shop Opposite Opera House v lam prepared toao all kinds of repairing on Roots and Shoes Machines Umbrellas Locks and Guns Furniture rej I paired and Upholstered Scis sors Eaisors and Kniyes shar 44 pened Saw filing ji In fJet t caq do all kinds offf orkin Ihe repairing lines Work guaranteed GEO B TAYLOR DaiDi rale IB ifiiTaft and Cfccap Daring Noventbsr and De cembe cfr193one fifth of the deaths iu New j York and Chicago were from pneu Saiia Foleys Honey and Tar not iMly stops the tough but heats and elltJheJlstbe longs and prevents IMCMMpub so do not take chances on a ejd wcarlag away when Fole- ysJraacl Tar willcure you quickly a prc t ri 4areWiltyr For sale bT Wood A Well KIWEYCOK d Tui W jiJrTOWN f i fiH t HHHfi Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I AllI Afcut YpurselT r Friends and Acquaintances J I Garden seed in bulk at Jno C tUShaders The best Asparagus tips at Hagan Bros Home made pure maple sug ir at X A Shaders j Salt Rising and Cream bread at Jno C Shaders A few buckets of mackerel fiish left cheap at Campbells j Garden rakes forks hoes etc tto be found at Hagan Bros Buggy whips best in town at all kinds ofprcesat Campbells v Garden Seed Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets at Hagan Bros Old Honesty coffee the brst to be had Jno C Shadersole agent you will enjoy a can of Spin acliFor sale by Hagan Bros We are headquarters for all kinds of groceries at Campbells Pure apple vinegar and coun try sorghum at jTno C Shades Our 5 and lOc counters are still running Hagan Bros We are headquarters for euchre prizes Hagan Bros See our 10 cent cooking bowls So good So cheap at Camp bells Taters yes Taters at Campbells All kinds 75cehts andfup See us before you sell your eggs and hens We pay cash at Campbells What you want telephone us If we havent goVit we will get it for y uat Campbells They say that Force isthe best breakfast food try a 15ct package for lOct at Campbells Mr Sylvester Smiths fine 500 jack which came near dying of pneumonia last week has about recdvered Early Rose Burbanks Early Ohios first and second growth triumph Seed potatoes at John C Shaders FOR SALE A three months tuition certificate in theBryant Stratton Business College at a bargain vApply to the NEWS LEADER W F Grigsby has broken grdund for his new residence Thurman Addition He will inI a nice cottage Mr Will D Elroy will also begin the erection of a new home in the same neigh borhood as soon as he can let the contract for the work Mrs Vallie Graves has bought of T Dudley Tapp his residence property on East Main street for 2350 Mrs Graves will move into the property sbortly and Mr Tapp and family will move in with M Tapps father for the presentII Mr J S Claybrooke has bought of Judge W E Selec man a beautiful building lot on Walnuts teet The lot pasa frontage of 90 feet and the price paid was 10 per front foot Mr Claybrooke expects to begin at once the erection of a handsome residence on the lot- MrBud Rogers and Miss Mary Boswell of near town were married on Tuesday night by Rev W H Williams of the Bap tist church Mr Rogers is engaged in the tobacco growing business with Ed Dragoo and the bride is a sister to Mrs Dragoo A new live stock firm has in1thein1 tie firm of Clarkson Stiles ICoLloyd Clarkson Matt Wycoff Hugh Stiles and H E Case The members of the new firm are all good business inn and they should do a big business They will buy and ship all kinds of live stock Quite a number of horse men and other citizens of this county attended the Buster pros combination horse sale in Mercer county last week Mr Shew maker of Macjcville sold a horse at the sale Qr 175 Dr J I BriioBarda jonFtiwo ftjaaret TOPICS OOOOOOMM 127 oO and a brown horse fo 205 Mr Leo Haydon bough two good livery horses paying 125 each for them Dr Ro Bards bought the fine youn stallion Sunshine threeyearsold ty R2d Leaf and Quta mare fy Nuttlewood This is one of the finest horses ever brought tc this county Mr Sylvester Smith will handle tKe horse this season at the Fair Ground stables IMrW 0 Rogers the well known fader of Marion county wasjn this county last week and made the following purchases of horses He bought of W P Merritt athreeyearold gelding for 175 of Evan Sale a three year old gelding for 200 and Barber Hamilton another three yearold gelding at 175 Of B B Leachman he fought a mare at 175 tsnd a horse at 140 A remarkable feature of Mr Rog ers purchases is that all pf the horses are colts of the stallion Red Bud formerly owned by Mr B B Leachman of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood and they were all thre years old They are all gcod individuals and as can be seen the pricbs brought by them were good Mr Rogers also bought of John Grigsby a five year old horse for133 Thrilling xperenceSGeorge Litsey a colore man employed byDouglasRoyaltyxwho operates a sawmill met withxan experience last Saturday while at work Vith the sawmill on Miv Robt Montgomerys place which he is not likely to forget very soon Litsey while assisting in operating the mill in some way fell and was caught on the carriage His leg was held fast and lie could not extricate himself from his perilous position TIre unfortunate man was lying pros trate on the saw carriage with his head towards the saw and ha was being carried showly to what appeared to him to be certain and awful death Itis said that the yells emitted by the man in those short but awful moments awoke the echoes for miles around The other mill operators fortunately after see ing the datigel succeeded in stop ping the machinery just in time and released the negro more dead than alive from his heartbreak ing experience He sustained quite a sever injury to the calf of oncleg Dr Smock attended him and says that the injury will disable hie man from work for some timeSCourt Day Sales Auct S M Campbell reports County Cqurt day sales as fol lows 1 cow and calf 24 1 cow and calf 20 o short two year old steers at 31 50 per head 3 calves 14 per head calyes13 per head 3 calves 11 per llead 1 fiveyearold horse 81501 mare sOO 1 mare 5250 1 mare 56 1 horse 59 1 mare 63 1 mare 60 1 mare 38 t horse 32 Buggies wagons and old harness plentiful and dull Sunday School Convention The Kentucky Sunday School Association will hold its annual convention at Springfield on May 13thrrhe Superintendents of the various Sunday Schools throughout the cdunty are requested to make their arrange ments to have their schools well represented at this convention- Mus BYHON CIIOAKE Sepretaryr i PERCilCNAL Mr Evan Rogers was in Leb anon Wednesday Mrs Charles H Mclntire was in Lebanon TuesdayS Mr J C Duncan of Louisville is visiting relatives here Rev P F Hennessy is visit- ingt his parents in Baltimpre 1 Mrs Will Merritt visited friends in Bloomfield last week J IMr John Burton and wife of l Lebanon were In town Monday Judge W E Selecman and wife spent Wednesday in Leba non Mrs McAfee of Lebanon vis ited MrsT E Hardesty last Friday Y Mrs Fred Grigsby visited her parents at Maple Hill Sun dayHarry ONan who has a posi tion in Louisville was here last SundayS Mr Pollard Paynterof Frank fort is the guest of Hon C C McChordMiss Irvjne entertained the Entre Nous Club Wednesday evening Mrs H R Thompson andI Mrs CA Green went to Leb anon Tuesday Mr Richard Edelen and Mr James Stoner of Bardstown were in town Sunday Mr R G McChord of Leba non visited his son C C Mc Chord Monday Miss Elizabeth Leach an nas gone to Lebanon to visit her sis ter Mrs Hill Mrs Sidney Green has gone to Junction City to visit her son Dr James Green Mrs Nellie K Thurman and daughter Mary LoganNeale haveI gone to Somerset Mr Will C Rogers and wife of Lebanon wfere guests of Mrs Fred HaganMonday Mriu1i Noe wife and son StithfWerein Louisville the latter pit of last Week yMr T S Mayes and wife went to Danville Sunday returning home the next day Mr R Y McElroy of Leba non visited his sister Mrs 1aThurman lastSunday Miss Lois Gowdy of Camp bellsville is the guest this week of Miss Althaire Medley Mrs Johr R Mahon and baby visltingIMiss Ella Sweeney of Lebanon is the guest of friends in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood Mrs J B RoBards returned Monday from Burgin where she has been visiting her parents J Millineryl ij Openingi of The Wt Co i 13 SMiss Knott will be pleased tto have the ladies of the IA townto visit her Millinery C t Parlor Friday und Satur J dtj April 7th and 8th A t to see the new line of beau J 4 V i d1hd1 t The Man- S theItrLadder The man who puts on the paint will toll you that Mastic is carefully made thoroughly mixed containing only pure ingredients that long lifo la assured any building protected from sun wind and weather with Mastic Mixed Paint Im KM That Lm t Mastic paint flows freely from the brnh and produce a beautiful finish that regains its high gloss and color resisting the action of tho elements in all cli mates Doccn peel scale or chalfc oft when applied according to tlircctlpno MastlRgaln iwvea repair Wit Mtnnfactnrod by v PEASLEEGAULBERT OO INC LOUISVILLE Kt4 troW sAUC mt V Ha dons Fhapmacy j TT OPENING c The lladies of Springfieldl and vicinity are cordially invited to attend semiannual Millinerymy opening on l Friday and Saturday The 7th and 8th of April Will show the Gags Tailored Hat and- 5 others from the leading millinery housesS tC L iv Mr Howard of the Howard SkirtC of Louisville will be he eC those tWo days with a sain pIer line of the newest anq best things A in Ladies and Misses Skirts Come in and give him your order t Mrs illimms JrI rC1 rCMessrs Hamilton Robertson and Richard Edelen oof Bards town were here the first of the weakMiss Willie Knolthas returned from Louisville where she has been selecting heY spring stock of millinery Mrs Elizabeth Graham has returned from a visit to her ddugh ter at Henry ville Ind and friends in Louisville Mr Averil and wife of the Grupdy Presbyterian Oirphanage were guests of Mr Raymond F Hodapp and wife Monday Miss Alice McElroy went to Louisville last week to have her eyes treated by a specialist Mrs McElroy went with her daughter Miss Lizzie Leachman of Lea Donis visiting friends here and in the county this week Miss Leachman has accepted a posit ion with Mrs Kate Williams in the millinery business and will resume her duties next week The following ladies cqmposed a party who went to Louisville Friday to see Ben Hur played Mesdames Byron Croake J J McCabe and MissJennie McCabe of this place Misses Ella and Katie Shaunty Martha Tucker and Mary Hamilton of Freder icktown Miss Katharine Jones who has completed a course in the Louisville Training School for nurses and a post graduate course in the Gray Street Infirmary re turned home Tuesday Miss Jones will remain at home at Pleasant Grove und expects to practice her profession in this county The marriag off Mr J R Claybrooke Jr to Miss Beulah Litsey will be solemnized May 10th Miss Litsey is the daugh ter of Mr AL Litsey of the ocunty Mr Claybrooke is a son of Hon T R Claybrooke of East Texas and is one of Wash ington countys most progress iive farmer citizens Commissioners Sale C5C Foster Plaintiff vs Otha Merrittc Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the Feb term thereof 1905 in the above cause I shall proceed tp offer for sale on tho premises atWillisburg Ky ON SATURDAY APRIL IS 1905 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be ing county court day to the highest bidder atpubllc auction upon a credit of one and two years the following de scribed property towit A certain house Jmd lot lying and being in the town of Villisbury Ky on the North side of Main street be ginning at a point in the center of Main street in Willisbnrg Ky thence North a straight line with Isaac Cheatham deceased now W B Shir ley Co and corner to Mildred Shir Icy thence East a straight line to fMcllvoyfsame and corner in center of Main street thence Westwith the center of same to the beginning containing one acre more or less For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond beaming legal interest front date of sale until paid and having theforce and effect of a judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly With these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W Cl C for Sale Any one wanting good work mules or a two year old mole call on J F Keen R F D No 2 Springfield Ky Cgqs for Setting From a pure strain of Barred Plymoth Rocks at only 1 per setting of 17 pMrs Malissa Green for Renti A store house and blacksmith shopatSimms This is one of the best fcands for business in the county A good location for a grist turn Address J W LSMITH 327 W Market St LouisvilleI Ky 4t Pinesalve acts like a poultice BMt l thing in the world for bOils burns cracked hands tetter etc Sold by I Haydons Pharmacy t Commissioners Sale A C Kimball Admr cPlff JEqtyJohnBy virtue of a Judgment and order CircuitCourtthereof 1905 in the above cause 1 shall CourtHouseMONDAY APRIL 24 1005 beingcountybidder at public auction upon a credit followfu6described Tract No 11 Beginning at a stone near a mul bery stump in the middle of the Springfield and Bradfordsville road running thence 91 poles to another stone corner to Buckmans line thence with said line S 102 12 poles to an oak and white oak corner ihi Harvey McElroys line thence with his line north 88 poles to a stone in the Springfield road thence with same north 17 12 E 17 poles tQ a stone thence with said road N 88 poles to the beginning containing 59 12 acres and 35 square poles Tract No 2 Adjoining the above named tract both of same situated in Washington county Kentucky and bounded Be ginning at a white oak tree dp the east side of said road thence Nf 43W 22 poles to a stone on the east aide of said rOd thence north W 4 14 poles to a stone corner to Join P Buckman thence N 88 W 22 poles to a stone near a walnut tree thence S 89 E 90 12 poles on the West side of said road thence up the middle of said road north j 12 B 13 poles N 9WH13 poles to the beginning- rAntninJnir 22 1acres1 Tract No 3 Adjoining theaforementioned tracts and in the said cQunty and state bounded Beginning at a stone on the north side of the Springfield and Bradfordsville dirt road corner to Elizabeth Fenwick thence with her lineS 55 14 W 176 12 poles ttf a white oak tree corner to same thence to John P Buckm ns line S 19 12 W 28 29 poles to a stone corner to said Buckman thence 38 14 E J14 12 poles to a stone near a walnut tree corner tosame and Lenard Edelen thence JT 88 E 27 poles to a stone in said road thence up said road N 3 W 27 poles E 12 poles to a stone a end of postrail fence up the north east side of said N 27 W 5 poles N 41 12 E 46 23 poles to the beginning containing 94 34 acres Allof said tracts being adjacent to each other and making oneconnected farm or body of land For the purchase price the pur chases or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond hearing legal interest from date ot sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms MG LEACHMAN MCWC c THE BURMESE WOMAN With All Her Palling She bileIn illKh Etcem Burmn as in many other things writes V Scott In his book The Silken East is in advance of more reputedly civilized countries ihi the status tt accords to Its women The infant marriage and shutting up In walled houses the polygamy the harems the social punishment of widows the den 1ot spiritual rights which pre vail in India are unknown In Burma Here women marry when they are of age aijd after they have seen some what of the world They marry for the most part whomsoever they will and from love TJicy are not handed over ps dluttels to a man whom they know not but arc courted and won The married womens property act bas- In efrtt been established for centuries In Burma In this country where the women earn so much the womans earnings are her own DIvorce is ens fly obtained but seldom asked for The lightness of the marriage laws the readiness of tile Burmese women to en ter Into an easy alliance shock the virtue CtllC strenuous foreigner but within her Ideals sbelIs a perfectly proper modestaiid well mannered wo milnuSbehns fallings Who has not Her practice of chewliig betel is inelegant and destructive to her teeth her voice is apt under the pressure of adversity to be shrill her keen business faculties detract a trifle from the romance In which as In a halo all women are en veloped in old age she Is very ugly nUll even In yquth her nose is stumpy her lips a little thick her cheek bones high aid heavybut these are Cau casian objections IIi the ryes of the young men Of the land the Burmese girl is a peerless creature and her influence over their- hearts and tlelr passions is immense What is more few men In Burma ever undertake anything of ihagnitude with out first seeking the able counsel of their wives ngUaJa Bats The largest of the common English bats is the noctule Its wings meas ure nearly fourteeii Inches across and it tIles high and swiftly Bats lead d life of strenuous bodily energy alter Dating witty periods of suspended ant raation nJore or less complete which perhaps save them from becoming physical wrecks Even their dally sleep often resembles jilbernatlon Fre quently the bodily functions are almost entlVely suspended Instead ot remain lug warm sensitive and partly sent ent as a child Is In drfeam the bata temperature drops as Ut passe Into oblivion JUs wings completely folded over Its body wrDJtt a dea0UH lcrlm L Make Your I i iIiens LaiI1 c i ISAhealtbyhen cannot help but p fi1lay eggs and ten cents a yeari firper fowl invested in Hess Pojaj 1 1f l J f s try Powder will keepjyour flock iJt I z1L in perfect condition It f o fails tb increase the i I3eas nevelIir rThere is quite an roup in some sections Diggsz Poultry Powder will cure many 5i I stage and by feeding tfrnow will 4 prevent its attacking your 1chickens 1 js v5 Hess Package 25c sIj Djggsl Package 25c f b S 1 Wood 51Wells- r Prescription Druggists S98SSSSSSL- fI br rc n Peoples Deposit Bank 1 SPRINGFIELD KV c ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 1 2 Capital 50000 y T Surplus and Profits 20000 t j V OP PJCERS Geo D Robertson President I H Thurman Ticc Presbi S If 1 dent J A Boulvare Cashier Chas Al McChor C t AssistantCashier HC Lee BookKeeper y 1S4 DIRECTORS Gco D Robertson I H Thurman Wo 14Graam G p j LIIaydQn J W Satterly T M Blanford K iit 2 Patrons enjoy every privilege usually extejidedby reliable and t f well equipped Banks Prospective depositors areinvited to write or call in person S 3 1it iiiwi AI ijj i k tJitiJj 1Akk11 ttiti t f tES3 The biggest line of t II sILKSIIrI i a Ever shown in our litty city will be on display at the Ir 3 BIG STORm the last days of this week Dont make e- S the mistake ot buying untilyou have seenourstockSr 3 I C f t l- 1II We Are Showing i r SA large stock of Woolen Dress Goods Mobii a S 3 etc in Plaids Checks and Plain Weaves J5 Newest Things inh ir at this StoreTrimmings + g 1 3 Just Received v I 3J A nice ass rtmeno Ladles Readytp ear While r Shirt Waists and Embroidered Waist Fronts 1- 1a IJ t Dont Fail r io i i To see our new CorsetsY Hosiery nod Gloves 5y iit =iii 3 Special Ladies 2 clasp Kid Gloves in Tans and BrowiisS t 75c Ii I Robertson Bros rj i1I tIf t 1 m m f = t 1 OOOO GiSPRINGfiELD Jrj ttI MEALMARLETI lliJiiIf I I F jrtT cox lI O Proprs LIii t J STle very choicest meaton hand at all times as we IlfJikillt only the best We are in the market at all times for IIfat beeves beef and sheep hides talfow and good baH tr i BBTelephone 95 SPRINGFIELD KY g oooo OOOO cas f uiia ansKy snroua its breathing almost stops nnd it Is to nil appearances dead Pick It up and warm It In the hand And Its heart seems once more to beat Ft gasps opens Its mouth sucks the air Into its lungs and in a few minutes It posses from deathlike sleep tojntense life voracious hung r and a peevish snhpplng energy Lo rid011 Nature- Man anti lUll Packets The average tailor made iiian when fiUly clothed will be found to be In possession more or less Igngrantlyl Is lIf true of flfteenor sixteen pockets There will be two side and two hip pockets and a watch pocket in his trousers His coat will have two lower and one upper pocket exteri rally and two Inner pockets There Is sometimes a small pocket In addition the counter part of the trousers watch pocket Then there Is his vest with two lower p ckets two upper pockets anil one or two Inside pockets Now no man living can possibly utilize allof this equip meat He may find a half or three fourths of them sometimes convenient but even then he cant kpep track of what he puts In them If be seeks a key or a coin a letter or a memoran dum It means a search through all of them and frequently results In bring ing to light some article that be had long forgotten or given up for lost Washington Post fleteiHIHalioN IH IUonI t9 the SS Ja e J THE SPY SYSTEM r 1 ft t tIle Very Soul of the OTerDii jwcut Iiii Russia IZusshr Is proominently the land of 1 spies In Mosjbojw the street agents of the police are stationed bvety yards Iii addition secretagents watch the houses day and night dub Clngnll jjp flottod to every four houses und llnIiievery house is another pytiiq porter qo wheteyolrwlyou ire tiever outot the atehfuleye of the police Yon 1 brush against spies lii your Jiotfclas hi ij tIe theaters lit il restaurant as lit the untiring room of a friend It Is ridlev ulously easy to recognize those youJmeet In the fashionable resortS They have evidently been Instructed to dis q guise themselves as geHtfeuienaiid for fji t one of them the livery of a g n tfe t isa 1 frock coat a silk hat and by rain or sunlight an umbrella toauIffamous third police A stranger fancy that In an open cab French orr English to his friend would at least be safe from snrv Uilance But his friend will touclr 1dm 4 significantly and speak or the weatlicr tThe fat cabby on the J os somnolent with white hair tllJgood p t l nlIQyes may be a spy more skilled In languages than the traveling stronger nnd if the cabman has been fount loitering near the great clUbs the ho tels or the embassies the chances nroIstrong that he Is A subtlOf polict t tIJnntIJj capital in Europe ami AmerIcacorn l pletes this great syftem of esjIom gfr Its me lJtfotr every naaa Ja IRnww Success ti L Lk iWIth lIGd formerly ore 1bo now rides e neai meetfnj L1e3dLy nigh WM on her vay tn ei4I before going to the g J- T of CferisU As she reach T moqIhI Qf an alley on her I qeau requested by i fjWfcut overtaken her Jr r3 fly COafentud and he worn bW her into the mouth of alter sd immediately assau f After knocking her wp the woman attacked her 1 Htv s knife and would have tabbed her but for the fact that i rboolc entitled Aloni With 1ld3 wiicb she was carrying mder her shirt waist protected 4r from the knite Mrs Rose jped and the woman lied uj il y- yariV I iys aforethe attem gw id assassination Mrs RO Qie letter inYfldan anonymous jbfclj she was told she would r f tv i ttr for her interest inaitnn ping 40 learn the identity of a person who had written preyi letters to friendst ous anonymous I and It is believed the writer was the veiled woman who commit ted the assault Tuesday night kThe original letters ere of a maMcious character Mrs Rose and her friends witb the dqtec tives were getting close on the 44 trail ofthe writer whentlie let ter was received ift which she wasto1d she would suffcr for her part in the proceeding Mrs Rose is the wife of Mr- i Hniry Rose who wa3 born and- raised here and who is a brother l to Mr John Rose the we 1 kknownstorekeper gauger who lives on Mackvule street When ii the family rived here they occu pied the housanow used by the JIf Y M O A Mrs Rose was a member of the Christian qhurqh Jjere and tnoi great merfst in 7S religious affairs Hurrodsburg k Democrat ivZ T i t Immortality lSI- Man is an infinite little covy of God tHat is tlllory enough for IcI man lam a man an invisible atom a drop in the ocean a gra n of sand on the horctLit I tie as I am I feel the God in me because 1 can also bring forth out of my chaos I make books which arecreations I feel in myself the future life I ani like a forest which has been more t mn once cut clovyn the new sloots are stronger and livelier than ever v I am rising I know toward I r ihe sky The sunshine ison my hsad Tbeeirth gives me its Igsnerous say but heaven lights me with the reflection atuu kaowri worlds You saytbe soul is nothing but the result of bodily powers Wby then is my soul mora lumiucus when my bodily powers begin to fail Winter is on my head and eter nal spring in my he irt Th m I abreath at this hour the fragrance of thu lilacs the inlets and t e rose as at 20 years ago The Ineater I approach the end the plainer I hear around me the symphonies of the worlds whch inyite me It is marvelous yet simpeIt is a fairy tail and it 1 historic For half a cenurnI 4have been writing my thoughts in prose and verse history f philosophy drahmi romance ti adition satire on and song 1 h Le trial all but I reel that i Lave not said a thousandth part of wtJuljS lfl me When I go downto the grave I can say- f like many others I have finished rrr my days work but I cannot say I have finished my llfe My days will begin again the next rrorn irg The tomb is nota bludul JJevitt is a thoroughfare It y lclos es oil the twilight to cjen ou the dawn Victor Hugo JAyersPills Waai your moustache or beard afceaittW brown wrichblacfc Use CATCH ON BROTHER Practical Farmer Tell ot Crops Quadrupled by Bacteria Dr George T Moore who perfected the American pure culture method of distributing the nitrogen fixing bee teria that live on legume roots has submitted to the department of agriculture a report which brings all the testimony on soil Inoculation In this country completely up to date Avery CANADA FIELD PEAS Inoculated and unlnoculated Interesting feature orftls the record of reports from practical farmers In nearly every state of the Union of their experience with the artificial cultures These reports cover alfalfa red clover peas and practically ail the other legumes An example is this J T Campbell of Jlartstowu Paron field peas Where the soil was Inoculated the result was rnarveousfour times as great cs where there was no Inocula tion Modules onehalf Inch In diame ter Sec the first cut ASto red clover C 0 Barclay Ad ams Basin N y says I never had be1Corenat d I have failed for the past three yearsWalter W Law Briarcliff Manor X Y says of inoculate alfalfa Good stand I never could jet any to before takel A Murray Halstead Kan The alfalfa inoculated could not have done better I think inoculated alfalfa Is HS goodat one 3llr old as uniuocu lated is at three yurs old Several of Dr loores own statements will be in tile nature of a sur prise to many farmers He remarks that the legumes can flourish in a soil that is practically devoid of nitrogen The explanation is that owing to the direct effecttof the nodule forming bacteria these plants are supplied with a source of nitrogen not available toI most plants Dr Moore also says it is possible for nitrogen fixing bacteria to penetrate the roots of plants and be of decided benefit without the formation of nodules or any external evidence of their presence Further information is The use of German nitrogen has not beeaa success U There is but one species of legume organism The difference in the infec tive power of bacteria from different hosts is due Ito slight physiological va riations which can be brdken down readtyy by cultivation TIM nitrogen Is fixed by the bacteria IIp the nodule and becomes available by iIIrntJjj I ACKAGJ OF MATEKIAL Sufficient for fcur acres of alfalfa A skeet of directions forthe use of the three packets accompanies each package the action of the plant In dissolving iuil absorbing the combined nitrogen in these organisms While it is desirable that artificial inoculation be made at the time of tplanting experience has shown that under certain conditions crops of three orffour years standing are improved by adding bacteria to the soil Irhe Wool Clip The wool Clip of Vo ru 01 r TTTi THZ BURNING QUESTION TO5 FRANCE Sugarcoated easy to take mild in action They cure constipation biliousness JOAyrCosiciieauacue illNGHAS DYE nrrrcta or 1 1ML 00 LU raw accoraing to tne annual esuaato of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers aggregates 291783032 pounds In the grease This Is equiva lent to 123035147 pounds scouted the smallest output since 1900 The total value of the clip Is placed at 04940 959 the highest for several years Montana led in the production of wool with a total of 37773000 gross pounds Wy oming came second with 29450000 pounds New Mexico third with 17 825000 pounds Other states with upward of 10000000 pounds were Idaho Oregon California IJtah and Ohio The clip shows a gain o 4333000 pounds over last year in the grease but a crease of 431000 poundrf deI BOTTLE SHAKERS 0A Unique Set of Expert Wane Ear en In France The bottle shakers of France form n somewhat unique sc of expert wage jparuers i All the larger firns of champagne makers at Rebus use only the juice from the first pressing of the grape for champagneThe is taken in barrels to the cellars and poured Into large vats The wine remains In these vats from Oc tphtr until January when the mixing takes place This mixture Is called the cuvee and it stands again until April or June when the great opera tion of filling thc bottles takes place First the bottles ate thOroughly test ed and well cleanedl Then the long pipes are extended to the bottles from the mighty vats that hold the cuvee and as the bottles are filled corked antI wired they are lowered in baskets to the caves below where they are stack ed These bottles are now left from one to two tears when they are put In small racks necks downward and for two or three months each bottle Is given daily a gentle little shake by an experienced workman In this way the sediment is brought gradually to the cork and the wine becomes perfectly clear One man can shake about 30000 bot tIes In a day Upon the expertness of the shakers depends In large measure the quality of the wine Philadelphia North American EUGENIES ESCAPE flow the Empea Got Out of Franco Alter Sedan As soon as tmrifot headed citizens of Paris learned In September 1870 that their emperor Napoleon 1111 had sur rendered to the Prussians at Sedan these Parisians rose in a riotous mob anti made posthaste for the Tuilerles They were armed and after royal blood and plunder The empress had tollee for her life Assisted by the Austrian and Italian ministers she made a lair ried flight from tlip palace but found the mob ahead of her in the garden back again and then out by a secret way into a side street where they entered a carriage A street gamin rec ognized the empress here but the shouting of the mob WItS so great that the boys cry of warnlrig was not heededi Once the carriage was topped by s mobbut the party allghtod and managed to escape Finding themselves near the residence of Dr Buns the American dentist they took refuge therenml the doctor took upon him self the responsibility of Empress l uIgenies safety The empress put on a dress belonging to Mrs7 Extin IInll1 with Mine lireton her frtend was driven by Dr Evans to he suburbs Dr Evans explained that tI e women were a patient and her attendant whojn ho was taking to1 sanitarium wodays later the fugitives readied a oast town whence they escaped to EnglandTeeth and Temperament I dont suppose many people stop to think that the formation of their teeth lis an indication oi their temperament lis a dentist time other day Did you ever see a person with long narrow teeth who had not a very nervous high strung temperament Did you ever see a person with short broad teeth who was not somewhat phlegmatic and cheerful 1 often won tier when the pretty girl opens her mouth to show her ivory white teeth If she realizes that some of us are sizing up her disposition 11 unconsciously tall Into the habit of looking at time teeth of the people I met socially and choosing my ac quaintaiices accordingly That Is one of the reasons why false teeth ought to be made exactly jlke original set They have to fit time temperament of the wearer Philadelphia Record BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock lIt puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of BlackDraugM Stock and Poultry Medicine m their food Any s ock raiser may buya 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from Ins dealer and keep hif stock in health for weeks vigorousI ally kpep BlackDrau ht Poultry Medicine If yours not send 25 cents for a doesI can to the manufacturers Chattanooga Medicine Cod tanooga Tenn TheI JBlAokDraughtMedicineU the beit I eTer tried Our stock WM looking bad when you lent me the medicine sad now they are getting so flue They re looking per cent better 8 PBROCKINOTON y A Prate r Bold Life 7ecdj ofia Buccaneer Who Sailedzhe Spanish Main AdVenturous Indeed Were iha Uaftef of the Tirale Chief Roche Bra =liiano Htf Courage and Cruelty r The bloodthirsty buccaneers who In days oC old wore the scourge of the CnrJb eau sea anti the Spanish math and whose nefarious deeds have spired so many writers of stories of the blood nnd thunder trenre BOAUDIKQ THR SPANIAKD THEY QUICKIi7 OVERCAME TUB CLEW strange to say little known to modern readers Perhaps thhifact is due to the chronicler Esqucmelingis callous nar rative whicja is thought unfit for read ers of the twentieth century Etjue mcling was himself a pirate und we can harill xi ect him to be shocked at deeds in which in all lprobability he took part The buccaneers were mostly English French or Dutch and the m6st typical specimen of the pirate chief was undoubtedly Ilochc liraziliano who possessed to a roinarkable degree all the peculiar and doubtful qualities that characterized time men who sailed under time black rfltg RochcT was a Dutchman by birth and the surname Bralllauo was given to him by the pirates on Account of his having lived many years in Brazil lie joined a pi rate ship at Jamaica and served as an ordinary seaman on several expedi tions and says the chronicler he behaved himself so well as made him both beloved and respected by all Love and respect one would think were not emotions common to the pi rate breast but with a due allowance for tile enthusiasm of the buccaneering scribe we may conclude thai from tfia hiratesPolntt of view Roche was nI undublcsatisfactory conJrndeICjie day dissension broke out among the pirates and a discussion arose be tween a number of the crew and the pirate chief doubtless regarding the share of plunder The outcome was that the dissentient seamen severed their connection with the ship Roche Braziliano was among them Dndln deed it seems probable that lie was ringleader for they minnie him tlier cuptaiii A small vessel was procured and Roche Braziliano but a lltlie while before a penniless refugee found him solfeaptaln of a ship manned b3as daring n crowas ever was afloat atithemet a large merchantman homeward IllratfIIr1l11Iillrthe Spaniard quickly overcame theI crew and possessed themselves of ship Tlielr hope of finding a rich cargo aboard wits realized for the quantity of platt wliich their search revealed was enough to mupeurh man of them wealthy In high spirits i tll 1hcrei away newly fount wealth in as speedy atd vile aI manner as their depraved minds could suggest rraziliauo swaggered ami boasted in the strets of Jamaica and sooir made himsc f n terror not only to the mariners f Spain but to inhabitants of Jamaica itself HieI 11111luckt was invariably fiendish On his cruises he would from time to touch at small Spanish tlmcI reviclual his ship plundering and tag the laud remorselessly and lie even roasted alive on spits sonic men who refused to tell him where their stores wiqre hidden But a bad day came for Braziliano and his vessel When cruising in search of Ji rich merchantman n terrific storm arose and the plrafe ship driven aground nudbecamc a total wreck All aboard thirty In number were lucky enough to roach the shore in a canoe but they found themselves on a lonely part otI slketsaudsl places wh fre tue buccaneers were In UK habit ot refitting their ships but as they were trudging along the pangs of hunger und thirst already torturing them a troepof Spanish horseman ap peared JThe odds in favor of the Span lards wcro more than three to ono lint Braziliano knew thatt he anti his men could expect no mercy and he quickly decided to fight to the last Fellow soldiers be said addressing the pi rates wo bad better choose to die under drills lighting as bccometh men pf courage than to Burreudcr untotho Spaniards who If they overthrow us will take away our lives with cruel tor mcnts His men were as determined as himself and forming up they fa ed tho Spaniards and opened fire npon them with Well muskets Th5 bqecai ncers land always been noted for 1Iir uiarksuuuishlp and Brazillond nnd his inili enipticil a saddle at pTtUoSt every Bhfct After an hours hard fightlug lil which the buccaneers muskets did terV riblo execution those Spanlajds who remained alive niid wore ijot soiely o17J to rJJc wUce 4 nl oiif nnjJ I T galloped oft The pirates walked gver the field and kuoclced ottt the brains pf the wounded or to use the philosoph heal buccaneer chroniclers own words such as were nof already dead they helped to quit the miseries of life with the ends of their muskets Only two of the pirates were killed laths battle and the remainder mounted tho horses of the dead Spaniards and continued their quickly audJourney more corn fortably They Were within ashort ride of Gol- fo Trlste when they saw anchored off the shore a small man of war acting as guardsbip to some canoes that were loading timber Brazlliauo recouuol tcred the ship and canoes and came back with a determination to capture them The ship was strongly manned and Braziliano realized that pluok alone would not gaiuhis end In the morning when a part of the crew were ashore in the woods he and his men ap propriated the canoes nUll launching them paddled up to the manofwar captured herwfth astonishing eases In1Ul for provision was made at t hUt the hungry pirates Vere dis appointed in findliig brftlUtto food In the ship There was however a quail tity of salt so they killed their horses cut up the meat salted iIt and sailed off Their lucky star was in the ascend ant again for they foil in with and jamlja common thing for a pirate to spend 2tO or 3COO pieces of eight lu ones night and awakening from a drunken stupor find himself penniless It was after such a debauch thud Brazllianoawoke one morning to face fact that henui6tgo to sin again at once to replenish his purse lie sell ed for the coast naar Cnmpcacliy which was always his favorite haunt but for fifteen dtfys cruised in the neighborhood without say success mtll at last lie andhls jiicu lowered awsijr time boats and rowed silently into the TOUT OIEXKD 1TE- Jporl to out out a flue ship lint the tide af fortune va ngtii t tlw n ouc more and they vvr ail captured Jhledl lie fore time lyefnor aHl flung Into pr s oil It wsjs tjiij giremorV intention tj hang time lt of thciJtan l Brnziliano eXp dfNI Iiis wits to nave hin3s5f and his men By the ak of a neal in the town lit caused a kttcr to bo s ntvto the governor purporting to cone from a pirate cruisIng off the coast waniinjj him Hot to IUUD the ItttanmS for It lie dkl time writer swore to sor ug ijiiarter to any t ever fell into his luinds S6uuiftrdtttor wits in timidntcd and the prlsorf era on their taking an oath nover gaii to couinit an act of piracy Tiio pirates took tUeoath cheerfully and were pro vided by the nervous governor with a 1leloSlJtIof till story of Roche Brazlliano tbi pirate lint the chronicler ileclares titRoclio aud his menlSoolt returned to Juuinica td sot forth to sea again cQintilttinp greatert rbbberies nut mar r dcrs than before LnlloIuldot Little Dot soyiMK in t workmen m a tall npirorOb Hmimiw there KI some folks to heaven Mhun1f- nIIeuuls a long way 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