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I uJ1 I New Series Vol XH lip t rr SPBINGFIELDWASHINGfTON COUNTYL KENTUCKY APBIL 18 L1905 i G Lvx HAYDOW 8 B T OMPSOW Jr r HaydonTbiIpMfl I UNDERTAKERS AND ERS j S k j rv a took all kfe of Punert 1 PHONE 53 JI TLTj r i OUR alBrt11lfVT r J1tJ mty tof Ca mtyM Mite llk jii i etiltott J ailas Jrona lUk EdIwI branch OfF ft iiiiiite aod JKihrHie Taueo dri 14 fHWiioit 1MI agrkttlttiralt ii rktF f akateMclaalld tqone eilI luber Poptti tlaUotaof tY1OOL At itbeltC04iI t Hopn 4 HCdfliUCYV r ti Iintatiye Kentucky Lcgis iflt W DCIsybookeB IMMratetiTc fa State 8e ate Hon ti i NMtJy jcsmtDIrcIry- T 4i CIRCUIT COCJR- TOMttcskIt beias e tke fourth 5iiX t Yebnary May ad Octo Jocr jJTlMi Ia Jade J lItL pa ooitw1tk At a4y I Ca1I Cleibk l G i IK tell Kilter CoIs I r Q4ARTJk1Y j i COURT DikcldOB the third o i rMM a7 14IfCk withop3 JIitaeYt JwdgefCOUNTY COURT i1CtyCtlrt eet oM the fourth d 71stki itk LLLiseyJsdge W JP Booker Cpwatr Clerk jSMaye Co Hty KUBCYb tteerc Catlett erAJljrea Croake Sheriff 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nisd 7li pm 8 1y gckoal every naday atJ a Prayer nsestlng- i J sty Ty eye iIM1J5 ckit VrIiiisl Others Jio c tx eCKr hinjf field lodge 50 flintavd third HokOay lw MlRtA Chapter No 57 everyaecondTselday apHorfield Council J4S w tta oe avery rtllon4a f IQiiGBM of Tw MACAHKS Meet verr 6It WcdneidaY iae LiM- p t FOLEfS HEIlITAII miILAXATWEN V Tho genUine rOLEYS HONEY and TAJl111r C Yellow package Refuse luWliUitolk Prepared only by Foioy A Cempeny OhIoS f txr iIjRONDOrTLh l A 11 11 11 t 1111 M VI SPC dCMv W GllUlanIn Baltimore American When the gold is on the willow andI the maple buds are red I When your feethave groWn so heavy that you fear theyre made of leas When the fevers In your system and youre lazy as the deuce And your everready answer is a muf fled Whats the use hen its time to hang the kettle and prepare for making soap Just beside the ashfilled hopper on the orchards sunny slope Then the seasons full of trouble in the semisouthern clime or it brings that awful something known as gardenmakin time alI w ground with clods to crumble piper bags of onion ets Rake and hoe and soilstained gar ments and a soul that sorely frets the prospect of exertion even of the mildest kind And your humping over makes out sot o dizzy like and blind tsand radishes and lettuce peas seven 1Poppiesthe walks and in betweenIThese the thingslnseparableTrom the days that reek with rhyme hese the tragedies that trouble us In gardenmakin1 timed tT1 0 CHANGE THE SYSTEM At the meeting of the Washington Fiscal Court held last week the magistrates deci ded on an important Change in he road working system of the county and decided o meet again n l the 20th of this month to erfecl the new arrangements irst of all it was decided to elect a County Supervisor of a Roads and to abandon the old system by which achmagistrate had been acting as supervisor in respective district County ttorney T S Mayes clearly pointed out by refering to Ihe law and to a recent decision int point that the magistrates were acting illegally every day they served as road supervisors inns a much as they had no right to employ themselves which was the case in tbisnU as it rests with thefl Fiscal court to appoint road supervisors The magistrates unanimously agreed that they had no right to serve in that capacity any longer and decided tot electryaEoad Superintendent and perhaps an assistant whose duty shall be to take charge of the roods for the entire county The Statul splainJxdefines the duties a Road Superintendent and to find a man to carry out theseII duties will be the duty of the court The appointment will be made and the salary fixed this called meeting one week from today The court cannot exercise too much care in selecttj ing a Road Superintendent The Superintendent system appear to be decidedly the best system provided a good man is chosen for that important place His duties will be numerous and his l responsibilities great and it will take a thoroughly competent man to fill the place t He should be practical man with sorne ideaof the methods in icad building and he sh9uld be a man twho can keep accounts readily for he wilt have much of thit work to do and many reports to make of the expenditure of the countys money He should be required to give bond for the faithful performance of his du ties On the other hand the Fiscal court should be liberal in regard to the salary for a good oMcial such as is needed The salary should be sufficiently large to justify a good man to devote his entire tithe and atten hon to the duties of the office It will be economy in the long for the county to make it worth a good mans time to accept the positioni With an incompetent or cprrupt man as Road Superin tsndent the new system is t bean failure J CCC tT1f HAT ELECTRIC ROAD We notice that President Azj bill of the proposed new elec trio railroad that is proposed from Columbia to Lebanon Ptrryyille to Harrodsburg and to Myeral other places has jtomd the good citiz ns of Per rnriUf snit of Harrodsburg up to a high point of interest the chances of getting the new j Jrrl J1 line A meeting of tutizens was held at Perryville and later another j meeting was held at Hart rodsburg at which the citizens lof that town and of Burgin and t Perryville were present andn listened with enthusiasm to Mr Azbills plans It was decided to i make a peliu nary survey of the Burgin Perryville and Lebanon route and the citizens were very kindly asked to subscribe 300 for the purpose of paying the expenses ot that survey President Azbill promises that iif ther route looks practical that hiss company will put up 6000 tor make a complete survey fura nish estimates etc for thesl building of the road Washington county citizens have been at criticised for not appearing toii more intrest in Mr Azbills proposed road but we dont ot know that the matter has ever presented or any aid solicII s ited from Washington county The route from Harrodsburg through Mackville and Spring field looks well and we have no that if our citizens if called on or assured that the project iiis of a practical nature with chances for success they would render the promoter any reas onable assistance in theirpoerM it Itownhas assumed the size and impor tance of Springfield should have Commercial Club or some such organization among its citizens for the promotion and protection of its public interests Matters of public concern frequently come up and need at tention from some other private citizens and such affairs would come within the offices of a commercial club oro business organization of that nature A matter that greatly concerns the towns interest is liow before the city officials adjustment It is the public telephone service for the town and county For some time complaints have been made from residents out in the county 1thbuilt by the Washington County Telephone Co otherwise the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co out from the Springfield exchange As a cohse quence residents in the western part of the county are getting connection with the Bardstown and with the Bloomfield ex changes and have no telephone communication with Springfield their county seat Now freet telephone communication with a town has a value to a degrees just as railroad or good turnpike communication has Such interests should be looked after and a business organization such as a commercial club would be a very pijoper authority to attend to it The matter in the present case is being taken up by the City Council and the telephone authorities treating with that official body with dj yiew to adjusting matters We give on another page the further particulars about the controversy I Won a Name of Fame DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet baruileis land gentle action upon the bowelsetid liver They have no equal for bilious ness constipation tc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you feel sick Once used always pre ferred They strengths Sold by- all Druggists 1Ono night is all the time necessar- ybprove that Plaeules is the best rem edv ii the world for backache and all kidney and bladder troubles If you- have rheumatism orany other blood giverel1efeSold by Haydons Pharmacy krIars iiM Ltb1EI- Friday morn ing about 4 oclock- a thief hoisted a window atthe residence of Mr C W Mardis- and ente ed unnoticed jut a9- o gently as the mielningt thie- fcpuldt Mrs afardis was awakened by his rambling about- in the room and aroused Mr Mardis just in time to hear the- r window go down after the bur glar bad escaped A search Ithe room showed that Mi Mar dis trousers had heen stolen which contained only the keys to his store and a copper cent luck piece Mr Aardis thinking that bis store would be entered by the thief hurriedly came to town and notified the police but he man with the pantaloons head made good his escape Af terwards the trousers were found ear the depot but had been ransacked and the contents taken including the luck piece but Mr Mardis considers himself lucky on coming out so easy Some time Friday uigbt a burglar or burglars cut out a 10x20 glass from tbe window in theI ear of Dr JwM Seas drug tore and entered and made a aid on the cash drawer Dr id Mrs Sea live in the upper tory of the building hUt the discovery of the robbery wasnt noticed until the next morning their usual rising time An investigation proved that a five dollar nOtead about half a pintI nickels and dimes in a cup kiDg about 30 had been olen Dr Sea thinks it must have been a boy or a very small man to get through a 10x20 hole Falcon BAD toss r M D Reed Suffers the Loss of a Pane earn and a l ofof Tobacco by Fire The barn of Mr M D Reed who lives in the Valley Hill neighborhood and its entire contents were totally fdestroyed byre at about dark on last Friday evening The fire had gained considerable headwdy when dis- cOvered and burned so fiercely that there was ho chance to save anything The origin of tbe fire- sl unknown The loss is estimated at about 1200 with no insurance and win fall on Mr Reed and his son Thomas Reed The barn contained besides aloibof corn and hay and a buggy a crop of to bacco consisting of about 7000 pounds The tobacco had been engaged at 9 cents and was to be delivered in a few days The1 loss is quite a severe one under the circumstances The tobacco represented a years labor to Mr Thomas Reed who was preparing to deliver it in Springfield in a few ctyvs Beware onlfotieQisI for Catarrli thai Contain Knurr- as mercury will aurely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucops surfaces Such articles should never be tisee except on prescrirtlons frtm reputable phy as the damage they wjll do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 cozitasns no mercury and is taken internally acting direct jly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Ca tarrh Cure ber sure you get the gen uine It is taken iaternally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Chenev Co Testimonials free Sold bY Druggists Price 75c per llbottle Take Halls FamilY Pills for coustt tpatlon Tfcc Lalirer SMiH he Well Paid If our farmers could realize as great profit off their labor as the trusts and corporations do off theirs then our Country would be in a fine condition The thing ihat is so wrong in this country is thai our farmers and laboring men do not get wejl enough paid for their labor in proportion to the amount of money realized by their employers off their labor The man that works in the Hed hardly j gets enough out of his labor to eke out a living much less live i in ease and comfort as he shoud do and deserv sIUntil the profits of lobor can be more equally distributed des titution poverty and want will be found all over land and a mong all of our workingpeople Mayfield Messeng- erATrittTriFniI One Minute Cv fh Cur cofitaiss not an atom of any Drftd drug and it bas beta curing co fh coldS croup and vhoopine cough ao long that Iit has peeveS Itself to be a trted and true j friend to the many who see It Sold of byal1trugglsti OOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOiSHILQH Veteran ofthe Tenth Kentucky Wrtes of 8 8 that M e in o rabid g Battle II- JOOOCX OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Willisburg Ky Editor of NEWSLEADER J want to jot down a few thoughts tolay as this is a memorable day with me 1 cannot tell you much of what happened on this day 43 years ago as I was oply a pri vate soldierbut I want ttellof a few things that I sawrand the privationsof the soldier life Our BrigaOe was composed of the 10th and 4th Kentucky and 10th Indiana and 14th Ohio Reg iments and was ccmmanded by Gen Geo B Steadman of Ohio On April 5th we received orders fora forced march although we had bee a on the march for several days Tins simply meant Hurry up you are needed at the front The word was Grant iis hard pressed at Shiloh We s arted late in the evening and it began raining a steady down pour and continued until next- d y Still we marcbeij on the darkness and mud made itanight long to be remembered When we halted for rest we had our choice sitting down in the mudand water or leaning against a tree and this made it very hard on the already tired boys But day light came after a long weary night arid was hail ed with joy for that meant to us a little rest and some good coffee After our lunch we resumed our march The little branches web e full of water and in crossng them the bojk would be sur prised to go waist deep One yor fellow fell head long and found ic dffficult to get onhiS feet again aflcr this the boys called him Major Bacon cliim ing that it was his baton that kept him under water so long On the 7th in the afternoon we reached Savanah a small town on the Tennessee river There we took a steam bOlt for Shiloh Before we landed we could see where our boys had beeu driven to the waters edge the under growth and larger tim her were cutoff by muskets and cannon balls Every thing told us of a fear ful struggle and we were hurried off of the boa and to the field of blood but tbere was only an occasional shot for the enemy was in full retreat and thJs was welcome news to the already tired out boys But such a scene as met our eyes The dead and wounded on every side4As yet there had been no time to care for the wounded and they lay as they fell or perhaps sortie friendly hand had spread a blanket over them In this position some of them lay for three days One poor fellow in particular at tracted my attention as he was near the road side for three da ys ETe lay on the damp ground withxno cover in but his blanket and the low hanging clouds which always appear after a great battle What could have been his thoughts during tbe long weary nights was if of Home and mother Ho was finally moved and I saw nm tno more but ShilohII believe he wasburried at In our hurried march our wagon train was left behind which kit us without tentsand we had to do something to ro tect our selves from the tyclenv ers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale Your doctor says you Ire threatened with t nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine For Matt than M yean I Wire ud Ayers SMMiMrUt In wjr family his neratid tnnl M M UmiifcM a ir Atiierf medicine orlm id L Iav n gown 1 a Weak for jcnayT Ico1 Nerves Kemp the bowes regular with Ayer lIIsJJJJust one PHI ach nigh hJ ency of the weather So We pealed tht red mk trMof ita bark making boards of it to1 cover our temporary houses Our camp wasjocated a8hortdi Unc teriIbeenIstained by blood fNear our camp was the old Shiloh church built of large heavy logs rind looked yerian cient In this house the gospel had been preached but now the Federals are uelDg it for1 hospital When our tents came we were moved up to the old peach or chard a mlle or more from our present camp there we stayed for some time fioaly movingi towatdsCorlDlbIMisissippi as Grant was there sturing up another fight for the boys To look back over all theSE years it seems almost as yester day but when I call up the boys and look at their gray heads 1 realize that it has been a long time ago Boys let me hear from some of you soon M V O ouch Co D 10th Ky Inf BABY DROWINED A YOUR Colored Child Dr wntd by Falllns In ShMlIawSprliii The twoyearold girl child of Susie Ray borne a colored worn an who lives in a shack across the railroad back of M H Jones residence was drowned in a pe culiar manner in a small spring near the house in which its mother lives It seems that during the after noon thechild began to tease iits mother for a drink of water and was given a cup and told to goo the spring which is situated in a lot a little distance back of the house The childs mother went on about her work and thought no mQre about the inci dent until some time later in the afternoon when she remembered that the child had not returned and began to investigate Upon going to the spring she was hor rified to discover the dead body Df her infant lying head first in the spring where it had evidently fallen while attempting to reach for water The child had evidently been dead about hour The spring contained only a f winches of water and the unfortu nate infant had evidently fall et in on its head and had been tax able to extricate itself Croup is quickly relieved and whoop log cough will not Irun its coarse if you use the original Bees Laxative y11IPIsacts on the bowels You can not cnre Croup and Whooping Cough until you rid the system of all congestion by working off the cold through copious action of the bowels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar does this and calf all coughs croup whooping cough Haydor4Tharniacy s j Trail if Death A report of the railroad acci dents in the United State tiunnfc the mouth cf O tober Novell ber and December 1904 his been compiled by the Interstate Commerce Commission It shows that in tbat quarter 58 passengers and 189 employes were killed land 1480 passengers and 1868 employes injured a total of 242 persons killed andt 8298 injured in train accidents The report indicates decrease taf 175 killed and 624 injured M compared with the last preced ing quarter Of the totall nUm- ber o53 passengers killed train accidents 29 were killed IB one collision between A passes ger and aNfreight train The total number pf collisions and derailments in the Quarter WM 2950Jthe financikl damage fgregatiDg 240628L The auaaber of employ tkWi in coupling cara in ttk qurtejr was 71 twelve nor than in preceding three months flU JitmttiY Every person tlwmldknow that ES health is impOMtble if ikv kkhHyraM deranged Foleys Kidney Cp WU1 cure ktdney and blaikkr iee ie in every forM and will build up aiM wa to they wflt latteactlMtlMle properly Jf6 danger of Bright diea e or diabttM fFofcya Kidney are1aklrenta time Forte BjWbd WeUa 7ll q 11 L N pr Jr i Good Health fpt v iotheehi1dren iz if ji ChiIL 1L I cJL J 0the houtekeef er umi I W ciy tofrfJSj As good cake ca be nfttie tcoiy good eggSi 30 afeo m cake that itWjjk 1t d ful as well as dainty imist 1 i kiCI wwi JL r and iif Wibg i J t LJRoyalBgPorpnLLSi i r In the prqratio c me hii quahty of food It imparts that peculiar ligUk EifJ JIc dI ft ntfinest cake bicuicns ek P and whatnree impartt ra1 t food wk4orne arid a recabie to t i and old t 1 tM iAL MMWM POWMIt MW VOMC iiilt 2JmsouhIIIlIloejussfOUtOLJNTEREST41 I Z1r r P I II IIII 1 A GOOD WoExThe Itev HI U Bruce of the Hope Be cue Mission of Louisyilte 4eliT9ti two addreMM at the Btptiftt church and owe at the Corfc House last Sunday before krg aodiepcee It is only neoMMU to bear Mr Bruce describe ibt wonderful work of revepiaffi I fallen men aad w4as to enlitt oles mtereei and sympathy ill the work In October 1900 the miMioa wai ocfaniied ad nine that tine areiUof JMM whO had forsftk t all tb4 WM ikwily and good la life haTe bonn rc claimedaadbiIpe to work aM to a christia Mfe Mr BrnoeV theology k b W upon iMtexti Wbeftoever will let hi00me1 JorJand nO mauflGWoman w so and debased that the kind hand of llove and sympathy is DOtiex- tended to him or her This mission reaches the clafl of mea aDclj women that the churches do Hoi reach Drunkards who have fallen so low that those nbo axe nearest them cannot tolerate longer men whO hivecommitted crimes and are fugitives from home and justice and those woo have served time in peaifett tiaries All are given fcod clothing and bed to sleep ial When the bodily wants are sup piled the spiritual waste are air tended to Thi is a work that should enlist the interest of Ute people of every county in the State and that the people of this county may become beUer ac quainted with tbe work Mr Bruce extended an invitatie to anyone ykiUng Lo4 ville teeall af the MisMOti at 808 Jefferstw street THC FIRST CORNPLAKTK An old ciUMtt living wrer j AwriskrHtIroorrtepoftdeai toMI m 1Irte other clay that Daniel MsMuISa- weilthl farmer IMitl ako owner Lof a large e3ftfrikrjv situated el ijIe jjunction of tbe two Crooked creeks in that oucty bought OM of the irat corn phut em made by Mr Gregorr of tbiaf eottni for5 and tbe first need in the weitern part of tb4 coouty HiIi- I baMoIl discardad the piM as no good and wotbscktO0tbe old we of dropping by band SborUi fterwarde McMntton diM apd when the planter wee ioa at his isis tbe auctioneer aeked what it warn sad oaljr a few knew lotat a rery low price asJte peopk had not 7t- iMrtbik great Yaloe At terwanift Dick Hardwicb mail hpkMer and supplied the greater partof tbe iarmen of tkM put of the owiaty with hIs 1iI Mito1tA siill naY bie meJte oiplaitlet t pr = ie d l tbebeatof All tbat bire yet b i made He alto showed lutablckoij pin bat h bad found in working op an oak tree- Tbere bad been about 200 rings Ii 7 Ugrown around the tree SIttW5Spmbadb ndriToi in lt 11 Upita was jsjio t oI ps ntl e5hO 1iS j jII out witk a toci ttat bad a paf In U it How tbe fc bv ta U k Indiaaep iffr il t ttDzATrLTbs t1s a 11 iomsLebsac sad Msea e- type0104IIthM rarel Ii 0 rOMa wnjdi was to JtIa a ss th of U Jb of SfMringdd have again b defeated and tbe people ofIplacenedvafuth JIf r ObaviagaYeaaflginut into ear oo nty awl a iI iotooortown ItwIll bS7sS i bedtestdti from Z neiwneoverbsrsabiq h ago with a VlUnesbIishaotthSSSr afeWofURand fl iTtM 1 r1J4It A vcoecot waa made acainct tfco route JLoWIf or and aoor eorraaasIVrH smith t as rVt t Wfll MfUOf t6- rorte rsoom r ths whicb Mo m no 1o1tisisduMa jo rmbseMtr L arE- S J 7MIetC 18 te L1This aid IL- Jt I t r lcll l meant a esrInty t t iviiiI t i A1is1i i An c Fdti1t4hot I fawMMIdeaths trJ rYtVMIwirR Ijflrjfi4bsdS de sad upon tel mUfriso of- t0s mobaa of tee town Ut08lJ not I NAobouifer H l ade taint s itl Mtnetae It bee to aod wWgrovasitistiEoed to Botlf tbe mrelmli 90 after bR4ir4S suiceadini eoontry or sdvb1Si f trade 4 1111IraaaaCtiifrea kIsimiIt tfce own ad noi SMSSSI jS5 1 es men Wring wltbto a- rOea tbs mahe bJ- 1Ll ktb treat a etu a menSkjr ewfeffladigefttto a 4 sear atoa di witk Kodol Py ifiU Oure A lUemeaoi peJMable reconstructive thiibsIWtit dife t nt E L Sab eock IIIo ret Mian MVS 1 Have caken agr et amy remedies for tadi foaod Both lug equal 1CoKodOItrests Wht Yoneat cjuts Ia4ifeaMop S1YsppsIa r itsecb MIcWIIc r- 5artbsrn sad all s = tIttoabi JftIetatloaIhat ever been discovered Sold bv all Df1 li 1HC PVSIEA9EB 1ItJ r I A BAR IN ADVAllOC t t r iDAyo ZJr t t T T1r mr 1I cs p m 11 oe M 4 politka11IUe LNA r htI go M Si Jw rM bt cUB IsIlmS pc- Cdposraz rr Iti ftd itiUnii Y df respect 3 AISlMITI- Mi1Mrt itdIIr u r50 1 j tJ lnc 31 C 8tor J OXS Blackburn = hiftIflpipI f another IsItS Seoate with a J IIn1 eck at Wiiliamstown wek It ki wpoderf ul the bsId Jo Bftaekbvra appears to om tM peoMcrats of Ken F Jii tie he is abused as I 5be hda chronic iF tec Qu when tim time I around for another cam jaijT tb oMllrarorse can get 0 waBif a ieW speeches and Iks veton rally round hun and jiXiF a ijr ogive Mm what her Y f V tli The prediction is made Ai tlipjibe oe between Blackburn ft ilL Jttdge Paynter fore the I ITiegkilatiire will be a close t J Jito1oat asthe old man tJ i bi vigor his political ng and Ms personal mag t 1 thMaa1eoenowhewillbewin r a it e J Mtft Fiscal Court w t f jte t g la8t week com IJJ m4t don gopdadfc in deciding t ito appointment of a Road Ip Mit aient but it omitted l TeftJ things which would have i 4r Him of great benefit to the jty 4RKmg other things f fifci court refflsed to make any i tWtfgr appropriations although iiosi were heard from sev sal diftgr it points rof the coun j4 ty calling for bridges which are Iwdly e d d God bridges t like polt roads are necessityt mu e promotion pf traffic and z j jJrya iatercpurse among the ipopi of the county and the de M ilatof the pedple where cir cmaytancejs will rpermit should 4 J f i o Jiadge esffagisof Brjwithitt county fame is being tried in Lexington for complici tty iis tlHt assassination of James 1Cockren wHicli occurred July 2 f 1902 Alex Hargis and- S Callahan will be tried 2parate1yffpthe Same crime That this trio of leaders who r j4aoo1l8 Pf being the chief promoters f of crfthe1bIodyt I Breathitt should have ever beenj xht to trial is a shock not o ly tp themselves bat to their claa followers of tJhe mountains Tfcwr conviction would take i i1kb of ihe spirit out oj the 4Hiiwoiildbe killers of Breath itt an4wpuld call a halt in feud operations r y After benTbadly defeated 2ba TtbeirIaridt battles with the Jaikaese the Russians are not Jsatkfted but are calling for more aad the indications are that a giat jtaval battlesrill take place i wttbmt the next lev ays The IKiwsiari Baltic squadron under f1 3 c M oand of Admiral Jlojestven Wftr kyjbaa 4pass d Singapore oits iijSay to engage the Japanese iet in command of Admiral 1 vToffp The opposing forces are jgi swarly equal withiislight ad f yantagpfpr the Japanese it 2 1 GB LE6HJRHS- Pic 4 r J Bftlthy birds beautiful t ylHiMfe fine carriage bred I IrLIm tatn B4e kj f ImLtaibiir kind 1 tyars F StecIC 6M7tiiEu- t IrOQ OI fJIIft ao r ft f MISSS 14DUNCAN 1 Ua Fpig1el44cy Ir gj 2 t i IF f Fr UCAt = i J i 3 if J Ii WWWw HNWMQiWM1wwWIiIi Nfiys From The County1na- ppnhcAmsnk4the II- ii C unty People Ii- t p4S as Reported by sur Correspciidtiits Ift nnftnnnnft nnGnftnDOft nftnftJUllftLaftAn t Talham Springs Mr Levi SaVnrly sold a horse Jp atafjrJSbe w maker fQr125 TThere was a large croud out to hear Rv Summers preach Sunday v J tIMr Charlie Ruby of Bloom ti ldfclle on liisv bqjtv gir1at ttiisplace Supclaf Miss Myrtle Burr of Tablow Who lias been visiting at the home t ur aud Mrs Royalty has re turned home c MrvClaren Ahby and MISS GeftnVT eelinjrwere the guests ofis Addle Keeling Sunday MrsValoise Royalty gave a partvat her home Wednesday night in honor of Miss Myrtle DurrVMisses Lsla Athena Claudia M ludie and Annie Royalty was the Guests of Mr Leyi Satterly and wife Wednesday last Miv van Carey sold a horse to WilliamKeeling for t90 and bought a horse from essie Ter rellf r t7S We have recently learned oTr the marriage of Mr George Den nis and Miss Lillie Andersop of Seavllle We extend congratu latlonsVV Mr Joe Burkhead and wife Mr Silas Burkhead and wife were the guests ofMr and Mrs Elisha Wbite Sunday MissNannie Keeling has re turned from Loujsville where she has been studying the milli nery stylesV Subscription schobll is going atl the school of this place Miss Clara Dean tteacher We hear She has applied Jot the fail school also Messrs JOin Hung te7V Ivan Keeling Rosco Brown Oscar Foster Rosco Mitchell Hub Gordon CjhariiaWhite and others of1 bis lace have bought new buggies Mrs BildsBurkhead of Pleaaan Hilt gavea parryat her hQme last Tuesday in honor of Misses Lulaand Athena Kojally Of Anderson county- VP1owingardening and house cleanirgiseem to be the oder of the daYJ1hVI have been requested 10 ask and be answered through the columns of the News Leader if there js an artist in Sprinafield to enlarge pictures Editor pleasp answer Yes E11 Cuxr corIre3pondtmts think the story about the cab bagft snake is true as there is a good many people afraid to raise any more cabbage The cabbage snake story is one of the greatest as well as the most harmful fakes ever sprung on the publfc There never was such a thing as a poisonous cabbage snake There are worms to be found in cabbage but they are not poisonous EdV Wd have been bless d with another beautiful rain which WES gladly welcomed by all as somes of the ground haS gotten so hardtbat it was impossible to plow VHyacinth ilillsboro The ffew cold nights of last week caused a numb r of our farmers agood deal of uoeasi ness for fear that it would kill tiiHr tobacco plants Many of- tUSin f t covered their beds but we haveheard pf no plants that were danigejiFruit is reported safe so far Miss Lulal Pinkston one of Br okVIUes most accomplished young ladies visited Miss Jessie Noel Saturday and Sunday Dr Tom Barnett and Rev G V Todd of Mackville were in our midst Monday on business Misses Susie and Be tha Edg ert nLw9 of our most popular young ladies have returned from a visit to Mjsj3Rose Kelley of Fenwck Mr Bud Qilispieand wife vis jtcd the family of Josh ininao everal days last week r John Armstrong has returned home from the city where he had been tto see the President He says trRoosevelt t loolis like he never knew that there was such a man as Parker who wanted his place aharpesslast week for 160 B H Mc develajIatiJpsi ktQutgirhiSanford Lodgston arid Miss JJattie Begley two young socety peoplewellknownI were in our midst Sunday in tIc ipterest of their TSiterary society that they have organized at that place IfJJno or any one has any old sipes that they wane worked on just callJ on the Hillborp repair shop and they will be accbmrao ofShoeniakersShewmakeis Edtl W Ezra Sutherland will leave this week for Varreiv coinnty where he willl till his regular appointments I 4 Quite number of our people are arranging to attend jbhe Lit erary society at Fenwick Satur day night An interesting pro gram has been prepared The question for debate is Resolved that fire is more destructive tbaii water The affirmative fs represented by C M Tumev and Will Nalley and the negative bv Sanford Lodgston and J AY promisesgood speakers and those who at tend will be well entertained Quite a number of our people were in your town Saturday evening shopping Mrs Rose Montgomery and children have moved from this vicinty to make her home with her father Mr Mattingly near ValleyHiIJ sQmatmaij on route 3 torn down and at first it looked as if hfi guilty party woulJ be hard tocatch as it was done intbe night We thought that Uucle Sam would have to look after the matter but it was not long until be became bold enough to attack them in day time and the guilty party was caught which proved to be a loasy colt that was running out on the road and in trying to ridhimself of some of his tormentors broke down the boxes We do riot know yet what stops Uncle Sam will take about punishing the lousy colt A large crowd was out at Sun lay school Sunday evening Supt A 0 Anderson organizedi six classes each with a goodl membership The following teachers were selected Thos W Sutherland B IL Mcllvoy and J M Montgomery Mesdames J A Coolterj J D Suth erland and Annie Godby All seem to be deeply interested in the workand are determined a all hazards to makj thiS the most successful ever yet held at this place We wish them all success ppsible LILAC MOORESVILLE Th re were two car loads of to bacco shipped from Booker this weekVMr Jerome Trent passedI through here last Monday en route to Louisville Mr Mat Truax has purchased of E G Bobtet and Jas Moore their property They took1ii property at Mboresville and Truax paying the difference in money Mr Truax will close out his stock of goods at cost Possession givenJuIy 1VMr W S Good has purchased of Dr Smock his residence in Springfield and will remove and take possession June 1 We hate to give them up but our loss will be their gainV Mrs Wpl Sweeney and sister Miss Bettie Reed of Wbod lawn visited Mrs Zan Wall last Fri dayVJohnnie Ellis returned home luSt Thursday from Lakeland where he visited his sister Mis Tea Hardin Messrs Mark Hardin and Ludwick of Bloomfield passed tiirou h here lust Taesday en route to Byron Punks id pur chase some horsesVMis e Ivy audi Lizze Marlow Clara and Annie Grafiam Messrs Owen Ellis and Emmit Marlow t off Woodlawn were over to Booker last Saturday night to a graphaphono entertainment at Mr Jessie Manns Mr 1D Sweeney and wife visited their son Mr Will Sweeney at Woodlawn last Sun dayVWe guess it is not against the law to fish on Sunday as we saw five men from Springfield get off the train last Sunday moming and of course they know the law and now we can do likewise Several of our boys were over over to Woodlawn last Sunday there seems to be some attraction for them Messrs Will and Bansal Cull r STRANGE ADVICE I Dn G G Green gives alert personal attention to his great humanitarian contract weIspecialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their urgethemis the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such advice qve know by the ex perience of over 35 years that one 75cent speedilyrelicY70rbronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wondemNew trial bottles 250 reg ular size 75c At all druggists visited their sister in Spencer i county day last Saturday and Sun Miss Ardia Wall has returned home from Springfield where she hits been visiting her auntj Mrs Edd Bohlit lMrs WillSweeney of Wood SweeneyTuesda daughterMagpie last WednesdayV Mr Jas Cull is visiting his sou in Nelson county fliPisMr Shelby Cruine and son Earnest visited Mr John Col lings last Sunday at Woodlawn Willie the third son of Mr Thos Matticgly has typhoidi fever FENWICK Mr Stanley Rogers bought of McClure Wells a buggy for 100 Misses Myrt Logsdon Sallie Smith and Berne Hughes of Raywick visited the family ofr W F Logsdon Saturday and SundayVMiss Zilpah Roe is visiting the Misses Adams this weekV Miss L na Eperson visited the Misses Rogers last week John Harmon was at Mitchels burg SundayVMrCJ W Oder was at Litse r the first of the week Mr Will Nally and wife were in Mack ville Sunday Mrs My rfc Smith is visiting in BardstoWn this week fMiss Mattie Brgley was in Texas Tuesday Misses Adams and Zilpah Rue were in your town Monday Charles Underwood left Sun day fur his home in Louisville Bro Williams will preach at nightEveryone JoeSmitb of ycur town was here last weekVMaggie and Loyd Thompson of Fredericktovru visited ineir grandmother Mrs Dana Smith 1MISS Hattie Bowles is visiting her sister Mrs Will Charley thisI week VVVi Uensonfon f lOwing to the nice weathier farmers are very busy in his communityH buying havelWe have ft new merchant at this place Mr Perkins We are glad to welcome Mr Perkins to our neighborhood R L Cdcanousher wife ancl little daughter Elizabeth visited the home of his father Mr George Cocanougher Sunday Charlie and Ed Cocanougher were near Enido Sunday calling on their best girls H P Hatchett our pastor has returned home from after hoidmg a S series Ok1abomaI ings there Sunday School has opened up at Beech Grove with good at- tendancE tBorn since our last to the wife of George Young a girl Josie AdamV Jobn Cocanougher Charlie Cocaiiougher ond J M Coyle wereiio Springfield Friday on business M D L Cocanougher had singing at his home on last Sat urday night All report a nice time Mrr Waldsden Arnold of Enido was at tnis place Thursday The neighbors gave Mr John Pope a birthday dinner April the 7th He was seventy live years oldV I Valley Hill School opened at this place last week with Miss Flora Keen as instructor There were twenty six pupils enrolled the first day with a gradual increase to this date All indications are for a splendid school and an xttaJordinary enrollment Miss is very strict and the imrov ment in the school is sureV S P Derringer recently pur chased a drove of sheep which be brought to ibis farm in this vicinityVCharles Reddicks purchased go d work and driving last weekat 100VhorSeI rMiss Addie Lpe Pile begin suffering greatly with neuralgia during the past two weeks is some better at this writing i W O Tatum has been quite ill m tthe past two weeksbut is outaganIRay and Edgar Goatley visited 11JoSundayIMiss Sue Edgerton of Hills boro yisited relatives in this vicinity last week i Misses Flora and Mary Keen ofV Mclntire are boarders at Democatic Cand1dgtes- II J i I The following gentleman were declaredl ihe nominees of their party for the respective county VofficVB the DemoCratic primary held in Washington county August atb 1904 They are to be voted brat the regular election November 1905IFor County Judge L Litsey MavesICounty Clerk W F Booker Rep tnttive W D Olaybrooke- or Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of SchoolsJ W Bush For JailerGe D Catlett For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner JM Montgomery Tucker Heights for the en suing two monthsVf Several hogsheads of tobacco have been shipped from this Tpiace recentlyVt J F Gregory of Pleasant Grove Vas in our midst Sunday Ben Janes and wifa and little sister Miss Clemmie Tyler of thi place visited at the home of N W Janes of near your town Saturday and Sunday Mrs Joseph A Marinea who has been visiting relatives in this county the past week rfe turned to her home iipSt Louis lastweekj accompanied by her sisters Miss Grace LairV Miss Miranda pucker of this placo who visited relatives in Louisville last week returned home Saturday Jerome Wohner and family visited Walter Derringer and wifeSundayV Earnest Goatley and Frank ONeal were in the Hillsbaro vicinity SundayV Thomas Baker and wife of Hillsboro visited rejatiycsin this vicinity SundayV Wil Boone recently purchased a combined mare from Frank Simms atv115 While hauling fodder from this place last week a colt be longing to Benedict Janus ran into a wire fence and was badly injured Mrs Turner Darringer shot and wounded a ece1ar bird one day last weekI She saw the bird coming from the creek and fired at it wounding it so as to disable it and then captured it rSome unknown young man passed thrcugh our vicinity one day last week shooting as though 1t were = a delight and prpbably It wasbut wedo not like such conduct in our vicinity and such persons should rem m ber ihatit is against the Jaw VUN0 iIlisbUr4V Mrs Lou Elle Birch aud little daughter Jennie from Louisville are visiting Mrs H B Green wood Mr and Mrs1 James Trent have returned from Louisville Mrs Josie Brown and little son Harrold have returnod home after a pleasant visit to their parents Mr and Mrs A B wells oJ this piaceV Dr J B Yates visited at Maud Sunday Mrs Rufus Foster has gone to Chicago to join her husband who has been there for some time Mr William Wells and wife have returned home from a business trip to LouisvilleV Mrs W S Gibbs aridson Leo were in Springfield last Thura dy Dr S M Crime was inLouis yule the past week Mrs Martha Shewmaker of herLsister Mrs Robert Alcllvoy Miss A belie For ter was visit ing iiss Anuio Mcllyoy last weekVVMrv Everitt Keeling and Miss Myrtle Sutherland attended church atTatham Sunday Rev Mullen will preach at the Christian Church at this place next SundayVMr Ira Gillispie from Hot Springs Ark was in our midst SundayVFred Sutherland has returned from Lawrericeburg0 where he pastwror et AtalToBr Stoniacli If your digestion is bad the vital or gnus of voar body are not fcdf and nourished as they should be They grow weak nd invite disease Kodol Dvspcgsia Gi re digests wha you eat cures indigestion 2 ndal stomach troubles You forget yu bye a stomach from the very day yoHtbpgiti takhiffU TKie is because it gets a rc8tr rccnpernle and gradually grows so strong and iniii tl11l iit tronbleiJl- you no more Sold by 111 Druggists j Texas Miss Lsna Gibbs is visitingi at GeoJGibbsIMiss Ida Glaybropke ha come home from Springfield to be with her mother Mrs J R Clay brooke who is ill at this wrting Mrs Allen Arnold has return ed to her home in Louisville after a pleasant visit eta her sister MIs D A Crosby MisgEffie KimbJBrlin is the pleasant guest of her sserMrs- WV T Barnett VVLIV1 OUR IDEAS OF FAIR DEAHHG f S1V 4 Fair dealing as practiced at this sfart OMMM mpj Uum jailing good a4 Iowpvlccs A low price on goods of inferior quality comci far tfolritfair dealt i W fib OB fair dealitisr stands for the beet goods thairc can buy aTlbt low nhjiljlnlil twithVbusiness safety it stand for the most cartful andcon eiiifK3a jervie tbA sasiJ phar macy makes poseibler it is exemplified fully in he i ofttiii 1toN tta fc to Always give first consideration to the customers ihttrwlfc f L TCbe paint ou ofc1The best paint science and erperi ende have been able to devise theV paint that looks best covers most andV iastslogestisV IMxebatntV- j All of the materials used lfl4VIt are subjected to analysis and these mate ls are then comUnecl by the most 11riEconomy machinery in painting depends not n the first costof material but on years that elapse before paint is again required Judged by this test hICurfeesMixedi Painft costs less than I half as much asj many of those that cost a little less per gallonV IVThe Red Drug Store liV Vi PW Wells Propr J iff Prescriptions Physicians Suplpltt ROOM REQUISITES II Your Repairing Solicited Shop Opposite Opera Hpc IIam prepared to do all kinds of repairing bn Pc6t and Shop Machines UmbrellaSj Locks and Guns Furniture re paired andScIssors Ifoisprs and Kniyes shar pened Saw tilingVIn fact T can do all kind of work in the repairing lines Work guaranteedVGEO B TAYLOR Miss Gibson is a charming visitor of her cousin Miss Myrtle RobinsonV J D Petersonand wife were atvMackvirie Sunday afternoon Mr W T Campbell4 has returned after a short visit to his family in LovisvilleVMrs Ge Gibbsis ilKafc this svritingVMiss Alice Cocanougher has la grippeV Mr Gus Funk tof Simms was in our OW1LVSUI1dkYV Mrs W L Sweazy and son L E Sweazy of Green Chapel visited Mrs J U Peters DS Sat urday aud Sunday iRev J W Campbell tilled his regular appointment atMi1l Creek Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Jim Uagan last week a tine boy IJ D peterson andL E Sweazy veto in Pefryyille Sunday V4- LECittRB TO BE GIVEN Rev WT Gordon wiil deliver a tine lectture at this place Wed nesday evening April Uftb Every one is cordla yIn Ited Bro Gordon is a very intelligent and well educated manaiIch we feel sure that his lecture willII prove a success IIYolipain instantly and cures all kinds of blind bleeding itching and protnrfing plies Sold by Haydons Pharmacy ANTIOCHV r Farmers are busy farming this weekV VV Rev John n of Dugansville will preach at he Antioch church ihe third Sunday VMrsV Mandy Wells is very ill atjthis wrung hut we hope she will soon recover John Anderson and family visited John R Rose of Sharps ville Sunday Miss Lucy Crywas the guest of Miss Eunice Hill Tuesday Bessie Cutsinger is visiting her uncle Edd Cutsinger ofV Johnsonville this week Miss Maud Anderson wnj the welcome guest of MiiS Jennie Kays SaturdayV is difllcult to cure a cough free yourself fromVtiIO discomforts of a t cold unless you move the bawds Bees Laxative Honey and Tar acts on the bowels atid drlyej all cold out of- the system Then tomes its mouthIng effect and strengthening Influence upon the throat and lungs For croup whooping cough colds and all LMug fa faandequal tr the original Beefs Laxative liHoneyPharmacyauw yoVSYRUP PCPSIi fe C uPtla ItfCPCfIQH al R IaintfotVJ atV 1 anb fences jj For barns bridge feaottj roofs k tt i andsfor ary purpose where a paint ItV t rineededthat OmbiUeSf1Vtionwibllow cost you will I d VVV VV Universal Roof pjiint VV to be the one tha does this butV It adbefes firmly protects tboroughlj 55V and dofs not blister aad lake Oas the ordnarylowrpriie paint does per gallon 60cLCross W I r ft Drugs and Chemicals Dr v 4 a Specialty SICK K j i f I It or I Ii 2 SPRING AND SUMME ttI f NecessitiesVt Ss VV 7 4 We carry many articles that haveVrt cesstties because they add mterially fVjtSt 1 comfort of living during the warm wcirtotl wV I it have on handt r 1tj9J IVi Garden HcseVWith all fixture anVdOf the qiaality the will stand wear and tea r VJVVIce Orearn Freezers VV V i WemikeVleaderV- of the WcHMkrirkk iVVg positively the belt orket il I I VV alway s glvH tilfacti tt Refrigr1torsV tI t VVV In all sizes oth lna1 dMsiACUn The Sltka oae of the 4Vl 0 VV 1 See our Apollo Washipg Mchir the hOU8eVlteca t do herown wol k with one of thesethachinesV A fuji line of NIOKJIE PLAFEDj It and ENAMELED itchen Wa eII I i McElrOyVj A rowec1MMIrtsu1Iluuuussunllmuh4u1JiV I Itic first NationalI Bid L ii SPRINGFIELD KY o4oOOVft t t Surplus and UdIYIdVPft fil5O fVVIV I OFFICER B L Litsey President Jofcii W LewIm VIcePve 1e4 i I clIclclJ J ey Odney r iir apbell R H Edeten H M Gru dy JOiaO Polls C 4VV I bWe grantVeveqfavpi consistent with wife buklig f yIlisolicitedVrespectfully VUtufllHltlLll uuMVTuUil8GG f ltr t Jil 1 Talking Machine t lj ti VVIam aentIocjeyerlkIndVj t4 MASTIW hi VHandle the VICTOR TALKDCG MACBIM jft + J greatest on the marketV s fc7 RECORDS AND SlJrrUBS- of all kindsi includinjf uV1m Ai prodaciiofaa at f of famous bands spekzV etc ct t r Agent for the CoI III Rcrd ia vlook t I fEp I I J 1 VVVLVVjii ala8ttFlle rteWJtts tittle Early Ifewf file m as little piUis bare Melt mmit mous by their eertalR yet Minp4 M and gentle ctloa ttpo Ute b Wadver They Have BO equal J rl Mlo as coMtIpata etc TWyVe- aken JMt the tGVC- kaful Id 1IIIiIIIIt M c OCVHV1W7VIVV- rrad VTYV ftrenftkr Eett lqr lDcleflhItVVVAV JAMESA COX- Agsnt V lEItUIIIYEI for tDt ii-i- it t iJt 1 hsIv lll v 1JJ FridU ih- ii i t 0 riir t Tt 6yuaOltr j q I TIDE NEWSLEADER p PtW RIIYBY I SI A YAW iM ADVANCE i i t JttItI tt 1 JW r i1M fec the oldI li dtif that proclaimed sugar wat Near 4Mer bad vaaishe i and spring iJ Iergee V 1aIbfiuI1drps of joy from the ft thntree TNut iick Alti sweets ever fell in y te way v oc tkeee heroes Wfep toiled in the ear fiIJI Iieiday t Ji j The ka oki woodtan who blazed o ttbtijn LStblfy old ariHep with wicker i aiHa11 Thirefeotcd boy who trudged off f 6tOWBj 1ivewithOut glory or fame or re Butswettwas their joy when the 3ree they could tap 4 AM gatker1in buckets the fastrun X4V r iiajfiipi cTe product Ig still on the market tis r v said Mtquite the same as in days if tkat are1 dead cE 4 tke fk theyyeiaaprovedjon their iit sm told i rjy cam ver Improve on those aVsv stout hearts of old 5k r t Jlpiier s to the joy of ihe old plo seer w Wfcem nature pfoclaimecL suffarmak f IMr was here rWM out ifl the Maples sweet pleas iir iriftlate sturdy old days of pioneer life y 5ctftAiDO Hood and Garfield Div ilifejpio westenders came to gn41Stuiay night through I the strategy of our local Sher JOck Hotoes Chief of Police yo Smith THe two tough riders ihd spent most of thex day here J andataboutt 7 oclock in the evening mounted their bronchos and started for the banks of the Chaplin Knowing them of oM Chief Smith suspected they uaerit mischief0 so he confis cated the delivery wagon of Morgan Bros and with Jailer Tom Chfctbaia followed the two men out Perry ville street As the f wagon approached theme Hood no knowing who was in the vehicle with unmentionable oaths commanded the occupants to a alight from the wagon All right Ill get out replied the Chief as he jumped to the ground and caught the bridle- r innd ordered Hood to dis mpnnt HoM realizing his awful mistake touchingly im plpred the offcer to let him go on home The Chief however steeled his heart against the frenzied appeals of his captive and mounted the pohy and rode t 4to t the work jhoqse while the prisoner walked in front Divine escaped by putting spurs to his borse though Jailer Chat ham Bred several shots over his he d to make him stop Hood was so anxious to get home on Sunday morning he got Chief Smith to go to the Sunday school and call Judge Corn from the Bible Class and gave 1hin a hearing His Honor opened court and fined Jam 10 and cot and placed him under a 100 peace bond and he straightway departed Har rodsburg Heraldjy 4 AI OM One i Mrs D C Tucker of this city is the oner of probably the old est piece of furniture in tbe I t t rStatet It b an old fashioned ssdeboardnd made by her great gfiiiifitKlj Gc trnof Isaac 8be1byatC Travelers Rest which is abbut five miles from Daayille on the Huston ville Pike This was Governor Shelbys for ElmmrJ it mechaiifti and cut and dressed tbe wood himself which was grown on the place It iis made of cherry and is in dilapidated condition owing to it being in- ueefor over a hundred years but iit can be made a handsome piece of furniture Mrs Tucker values the piece very highly and has refused several very flatter ing offers It was presented to Mrs Tucker about forty years ago by her grandmother Mrs Isaac Shelby Sr Danville Ad vocate ctsald Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolf of BearGrove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had kidnep trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a com plote cure I have also found geuera11debUit keep them constantly on hand since as 1 find they have no equal1 C X Haydon druggist guarantees them at J50c l1MrtaRt Stllit Mrs Amanda Bull through her attorneys Rawlings aQdI Voris hasjjust filed a suitagainst ner nephet Kirk Elder asking that a deed to a tract of land which she deeded him in Octo ber 1903 be rescinded and Lan celed She alleges in her peti tion that at the time of making the deed she was a widow 63c years of age and that she was on that date and hd for a num her of years previous to that time been sick and in a very poor state of health and thatI she had become greatly nfeeb led in both body and mind andt consequently was easily snscep tible to the influences arts andI persuasions of her nephew who corruptly contrived to deprive her of her lands intending to profit thereby One paragraph of her petition states that at and before the tink of the execution and delivery of the deed Elder repeatedly threatened his aunt and offered to do her personal violence and to destroy her property if she did not sign the deed and that she was intimidated and actually believed that she waS in danger of loss of her life and therefore executed the deed to Elder against her will and consent Tne tract of land is located n the West End of Boyle county where both the plaintiff and de fendant are well known ard as both parties are quite prominent the suit will attract considerable attention Danville AdVocate A Dare eYlr Hide often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnica Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Scbueleof ColumbjiSjO caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at C J Hayden druggist r OLDTIMEBIRTHDAY i Mr Hugh McBIroy Writes a Birthday Dinner GJveiTNearly Forty Years Ago The late Mr Hugh McElroy in his reminiscences written for his son R A McElroy tells of an oldtime birthday dinner which was given when he was three score and ten The dinner occurred onthe 19th of Septem ber 1866 and of it Mr McElroy writes cI gave fourteen of my old friends a birthday dinner on my 70th birthday The majority of thpin were my schoolmates or boys who lived in Springfield when I was a store boy Their names and ages sere as follows William Parrott 86 years Ben jamin Spaldin 83 years P J Booker 78 years Reuben Mock 75 years B E Montgomery 73 years JL Simms 72 years L B Casey 72 years Fennel Ede len 71 years Dr Ray 70 years Anthony McElroy 68 years D H Spears 67 years J P Cal hoon 65 years Dr Polin 65 years E Thompson 65 Hugh McElroy 70 The ages of all aggregated 3Q80 years or an average of 71f years Our agesI would cover onesixth of tne period back to Adam and Eves lay H In spite of his age Mr McEl roy was still active in business asivill be shown by the further record which hegivesas follows ciOn that day we sold 50 head of cattle for 4900 or 98 per head They averaged 600 pounds The next month Anthony and I went to Nashville and bought a tract of land near Gallaiin Tenn containing 540 acres in order to secure a debt of f11500 JJ A T1lOllSll Dollars Worth of Good I have been afiSictcd with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating pain says A if Thurues a well known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Foleys Kidney Cure then the results was surprising A fev doses started the brickduetlike sub stance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like anevf man It has done me lCOO worth of good Foleys Kidney lure will cure every form of kidney or bladder disease For salel by Wood 8 Wells Want Statefair The Joint State Fair Commit tee composed of representatives form five commercial organiza tions in Louisville is seeking to hold a joint meeting with the Kentucky Live Stock Breders Association under whose au spices the State Fair is to be held The joint commttee was in session at the Commercial Club yesterday afternoon The de tails for holding the fair are so vague that the committee want ed to confer with the Breeders Association before taking furth er artion Louisville must give its answer to the Breeders Asso ciation by April 21 inclosing a guarantee for 15000 expenses It was the unanimous sense of thecommittee that the fair must be held in Louisville this year DouglaS Park has been elimi nated from considerations as a Site on account of the lack of street car facilities Only one street dar line extends that far ikkti tti4t ttvtt tP2 11theCarLoad If Is4iow we deal in vehicles to supply our trade We have JVtwo warehouses full of buggies of all styles and prices and t11 have something to suif everybody It PIOWS laps and Other Implements S We handle the genuine Oliver O iII QJ Plows Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and 3c thebejst drills and seeders on the market iWe carry a full line oj Collars Hames Plow Gear and Wgon ilarnessOt all kinds 1 Jf you contemplate building a fence investigate our PAGE and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none bet er Agenti for Gasoline engines All sizes and best makes II t McClure Q Wellsh tg EWLEAEI and President Minary of the Street Car Company has de clined to run a double track to Douglas Park He alsi says that his company can not handle the crowds over a single line but that the expense of building i a double track is too great to un dertakeA ial com mi itee which was appointed to see Mutt J Winn of the Jockey Club Park to UEP it for a site reported that they had not reached an agreement on the terms and so nothing has been done in that direction Secretary J J Telford has transmitted to Secretary Clar ence Sale of the Breeders Asso ciation the desire of the joint committee for a conference at as early a date as can be selected Louisville Herald Last HODB VanIShedi When leading physicians saidI that W M Smithaft of Pekinc la incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Discovery fqr ConI si mption coughs and coldsi i Kept him out of bis grave He says This great specific com pletely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over f0 years atd consider it a marvelous throat and lung curet Strictly scientific cure for coughs sore thrpat or colds sure preventive ofi pneumonia Guaranteed 50c ana 100 bot ties at C J Haydons drugstore Trial bottle free j Ja Marry Town Topics just out pub i lishes the followicgaMiss Alice Roosevelt has surrendered 9 her heart and promised her hands and now wears upon her left third finger the jeweled token of her marriage engagement The t successful wooer Is the eloquent Boy Orator of the Wabash Senator Albert J Beyeridge pf I Indiana and the formal an nouncement of the betrothal willE be made at Easter The news has justcome from Washington whence it is also learned that President Roosevelt is more than pleased and has given the hap py pair his paternal benediction f There has been noticed for some months past a most agreeable change in the deportment of the t fair Princess Alice She has f grown more womanly more dig nified and altogether more los able She has put away her frivolity while still retaining t much of her charm of unconven tionaiity and the reason is now clear She is in love Senator Beveridge is a widower of forty two His first wife was Miss Katherine Langsdale of Green castle Iud who died in 1900 I i A PAIIEROU JIABlT tGIadIoneslug Against a Growing Ameri can Custom tTilet Americans of taking a mint tab let or some other so called digestive after eating a hearty meal is something that Sir An drew Clarke Mr Gladstones physicians advises strongly against saying celt is absolutely dangerous to take into the stomach remedies which are- popularly supposed to aid fri the digestion of food There is nothing known to the science of medicine that can per form the work of the human stomach Drugs do not and can not digest the food They simply decompose it What can be more revolting or gisgusting than the thought of takingsome thing into the stomach that is going to turn the good food you have eaten into a mass of corrup lion The only way to overcome indigestion and its evil effects is to removp all irritation congestion and inflammation from the stom ach liver and intestines and Mi oTia is the only agent known that will do this JJWhen a Mio notablet is taken before each meal every trace of irritation and inflammation is rc moved from the stomach and digestive system and those organs will extract from the food all that goes to make good rich blood firm muscle steady nerves and a sound healthy body If you suffer with headaches indi gestion flatulency spots before the eyes vertigo or dizziness palpitation of the heart sjeep lessness or any stomach troubl get a fifty cent box of Miona from Wood Wells one of cur most reliable druggists whose faith in the remedy is shown by their offer to return the money if Miotia does not give complete satisfaction Forest View Miss Jessie Carrico of Bards town paidjier paresis at this place a VSit lsi week Mis Hte of Union county was at Mrs Annie WXs and4Mr3i Thomas Simms last Week Garland Hamilton was at Bards on last week on very important business Wdtt OBrjan and s viral I others attended county cOutt In Lebanon Eddie Osborne and Len ie omelfromHessv Bartlett is getting along picely in the Smith shop Dan OBryan a col red mau from Springfield is blacksmith ing in Mr Thomas O Bryans shop Mr Pat Hamilton is improving bis residence making it more commodious and comfortable We haVe heard several speak against the fish law We say let it alone and fish will be plentiful in a fa v years Fatal 4ccident Sister Mary Anthony of the Sacred Heart School Louisville was killed in a collision between a street car and freight train at Fourteenth streetand Broadway Louisville Monday morning and Sister Mary Lander Miss Mary McGill and Miss Alice Mullane were injured None of the in juries will prove fatal The funeral of Sister Mary Anthony the onlyvictim of the accident was held from Nazareth Academy yesterday morning atJ oclock when high mass was aid Interment took place at Nazareth Sister Mary Anthony was thirty two years old and tile daughter of James Nan n a prominent merchant of Binning ham Ala Her name before taking the veil was Frances Nail dn At the age of sixteen she entered the order taking her preparatory course at Nazareth from which shegraduated three years later Fur ninE years af ter her graduation she taught at St Marys in Covington Ky and from there was transferred to Hyde Park Mass where shec taught in the parochial school She came to Louisville two years ago Sister Mary Lander was born and raised an Cincinnati and entered her novitiate at Nazareth when she was eighteen years old Bardstown SLandand n i v New Horse Paer1ii Lexington is to have a new horse paper The neW juornal is to be published by the Fajette Publishing Company and will make its appearance in May It will bedevoted to the interest of he thoroughbred horse The company will consist of Geo H Whitney feL Baker John S Barbee Jas V Gearing of De Kenner Walker and E W MacLeod Mr McLeod will beI the editor of the new taper aadl will be surrounded by a staff of experiended writers Mr Mc peed has had experience in jour nalism and was at one time connected with the Democrat With such prominent men behind it its success would seem assured The company will be capitalized at 10000 and articles of incor poration will ba filed within a few d ays The details of organ izatidn and selection of a name are yet to be announced j A Remarkable Tree C W MeserVe of Chambers returned Thursday from Fry mire Breckinridge county where hQ had been to lobk over a 40Q acre tract of tmber with the view of purchasing In viewing this timber he reports having seen a very extraordinary tree The land belongs to one Mr Dodon and the latter says that the original grant of this land from the Government cals for a wild plum corner tree This is a very remarkable if the records are correct This original grant was made 180 years ago and of course no one knows how old the tree was at that time It still stands a dwarf in size and planted virtually on 0 solid rock the roots of which run out over the edges and enter the ground This antique specimen of forrestfy is not more than inchesin diameter and 6 feet tall butit seems to flourish and do wellalong with a bunch of much llarger and more pretenti ous spectmensHawsville Clar Ion oaIORAILa AThsLWYNsussI IC A PLAN 1 WANTED President 4 4wt the rowers Company WaRtzSuggeaflewa for Operatlni Next Year President W3 Hawkins of the JJurley Tobacco Growers Co is organizingburleytobacco In a card published in the Har acknowlegesthe mer plans and says they must look elsewhere than New York for he money He calls for sugg jstioris from growers The folioA ing is the card in full a This is a question of vital importance To the growers first but almost ofeftUal importance to the people of the district For a long time while we were work ing against wind and tide as it were others than the growers stood aloof and took no interest in our efforts but as we neared success they saw the great possi bility and they realized what it meant to them to put in the hands of the fqrmers four or five millions of dollars more than they had been getting It was then that men in every walk in life said to me I hope you will succeed you are doing so much for the people We will succeed this time How Our committees are at work trying to report and settle on a plan by which we can pceelOf one thing I feel sure we need not look to New York for money but weymust sb shape our propo- Sition that our home banks will see that we have a business plan and let them loan us their money on a safe basis Now in order that the whole responsibility maynot be put on the com mittee we invite any and all who are interested to write out fully a detailed plan for the campaign Do not tryj to tell it fcT me but write your views fully and send me iLc typewritten copy so that it may have careful consideration Inj this way one will suggest one theme best to adopt another another and out of the whole get a sure plan on which we can suc ceed I may think I have a good plan but when it is discussed the others will reject it Maybe your plan will meet the same fate Give us your iideas anyw iy We Want to bar no one for we are laboring in a common cause Come to the assistance of hec company and lets get our com pany in such a shape that will accomplish dun purpose which is a fair value for our labor W B HAWKINS S Hemp MacNiie A machine for breaking hemp has been invented which it is J claimed will revclttticniM the raisiDhcapped by the trpabl Xpe and uncertainty of obtaining la oar to do thft breaking by hand A test of the new aaichint was recently made in Garrard county Ky and is said to have been em inently successful and sat ilfac tory It is claimed that the5o chine will do the work of one hundred mea and do it better than it is done by hud As a large part of the profits of the hemp crop has theretofore bees consuned by this expensive hand labor it ia thought that the gen eral use of the feachin will so cheapen the production that it will result in a Urge increase in the consumption and a cons quent Increase in the production Last years crop of hemp iia Garrard county alone is estima ted at 225000 Farmers Home Journal If lea Pat SUIT II er More than half of miBkiad over sixty years of age nfftr from kidney and bladder disorders cuaUy eNlarge ment ol prostate gland This is both painful and dangeroua aad Fpleys Kidney Cure sbouli etakeN at the first sign of danger M it corrects ii regularities aud has cured many oid 1nettand kidney trouble for years a d taking two bottles of Foleyf aftJ Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 91 years old For sale by Wood JWells HrKlls Himself Paducah Ky Surrounded by a posse and officers sad Mteiif the inevitable fate of lynching before him Charles HmtchbMroc one of the most desperate negro criminals that has operated in Western Kentucky sbotnd killed himself at Gravel Switch twentyone miles east of Pajcab on the Illinois Central rail road at noon today Hutcfeim son shot and dangerously wound ed Night Policeman Yo ng Bik er at Fulton Monday moraif while the officer was trying to arrest him Hutchinson had the aliases ofCj Roy Brown and Wilson and made a daring escape from theji police station here on Tuesday He was ttraced from Fulton to Paducah and vasvarrestei here on Tuesday wJmllQ in the express office After hiS escape ifoa police notified every station with in a radius of 100 miles and a negro detective was soon in communication with the fugitive employing the ruse of ai1illCJI Hutch nson escape The des perado started to Louisvillet walking as he passed Gilberts ville Marshal Lee Wicker recog nized him from description by thrPaducah officersand he and t a possegav chase Hutchluoc was pursued across the Tea i == rty r iLk d SUikw WbMtfat gaI the negro tamed oo U aDd w wIIbot The r poste returned the in sad the Begrp pta th rerolw to his b ad and jiM twice killiiag hinieif Uttall TWbody brought to Ptdejoah for boriai- Hntchiotoo w4s e orgro pogi list katr M Kid IU sad was lt waited in HrsrB ham Ala and Mtny cttlw lor blghw r robbery sachaes WISh others Eitcbitt aalistd 1MOna D1eiiu- rdayigbti forirt ici 1W FRI torn OtIjtjiifOBgt to arrest hilt Tbt oeteer sj recover He Ssm the MeophM ij j aOlJit O STORIA1W wMIit t n ill YN I IIItt tMo rr et I 4 AprWiiSn- owand ioe bare Wesi in Kentucky dwri g the of April isi r irs put aM April 5 188 fe wIIIaiiBaanted to 17 inches Tbst Weather Bares OMW Issied Hi statesftent sbowinf tb kiad W weattier whk has BMK encgf d 41111DaIpredktiou of what may be ea peeled during tbs ooemfa g lJntL itgivessomsI4eawbwss i tJMpW The wtasher oa ditkms were sooh during the thirtythree yer DM MM may predict almofi my kted of weather lor this 4h this yewr The ma JempemWre shoeM be5bi lipe the aean tem perature wuK wniie fettM ft was 49 Tile highest Isflsste a tune ever recorded 1in Aprfl wa AprillO 14jtbSaireury YjIIfclUiltVo Aprfl Sib 1875 the lowest point fof A rfl WM retched J the miolttnm WsW 21 TMwth- e em wbteh ki lDUiroiir oocmrsb Apiltb aii itbs aelabe aMy0i4Mh age precipit tf6tf lor tbe mooth is 397 ittebesb st the tteen riof April 10 4 inehea of raim Jell iin iwenfcj foen ftI DeWMta Wttck HMel 8eNr i r aeotha aad W aU oete kenw beSs bcalis piles ad all kIe5kesuL L ZiclMloQAe AiDfrh W Vfc MfW My little WR wet l dirMe wfSi Iap b4tkateoe aft PIIb-ess wockedssf bee DSWIt- tWltck eHL5yCiret 1Iw It iii ile w I cM1IeHN s Ia the world fcewex ft IPISNIPI eyaliDrs J tPSeimlye acta a JIn oe t 1 i Uin the Odd sc bI bssiraEk had bsc ste tHatloAPtt t aA Headquarters For Men I WJSaINGANEW P INGOT L I i IS t tltr ttWhy Because there they find a selectl line of eyytfi for men to wear at reasonable prices airf in wry ei l styles x 1 t WtAi50LEAGfJtmII FnrlLNIr 1r e Shirts Hs4erw ur OoUsVs j Ct ii 1anCatNecksr zbr 4 J= + r 8ttsw IMS i 4 Agent for the Globe Tailoring QootCinclnllAti JK Jrfor the old reliable Merchant Tailors Yates Brog erf Loptovtlte t A full line of samples on hand Measures taken jipj M fit i guaranteed Callland see me The neatest little store kin f W1T LEACHMAN kJiIL l J f l Mon 0Q OutfitterV Main Street oppMite FirjifNational Bank r J iJI SOs wi 1 t4 J i CIUPI XXYIU R E OMB towtmt rOGm wn s bril Uaotly ilp iL Aiw4toer wear T 4aTMi N to Hs Ctese It ttt twssisjr ro i f th4 lilt Thay1K T sSMita M4 Mt beeD Mar the k eaoaotttfay MvlwMtB Ant Paul M d wror Jsft sidit ofUM kdtes sine 1IAm lfajT tfpe Ttwr bid aOt venture i eat te oa There WM la tit atmO a MOM of foc bo arii still 1 of a crbd SXU a d been Offian a meat daogcroua humor al 2apr ruce JfW1 pf jcour ti IIaoitht there woz t tst n had been nMi tainel bi pctJtttW dUaaer time I ebrim ty fight m H tat H treat assembly ol r i t1dtawing roon k was eLi ese hand and r MA 7m tbt BMtateiplece looking Jdl Jtjlijr IptetlMAM The rustle a4 her tars hc Had It wr S ttfuUy4rdwthnWhItt syM dull with suspense tihtek K Is wsrsMc tsoight said J irtd by a HcWe necessity ol k Isuapsfsd by sudden Chill Wl4 ssM sifsrsi Itta awl she shlv jraIi sabsiiatittterg was a little si M II Bttti fMfcsd at the clock It dtt 7 i4axlStelnmeti camf r b ftaV factrMMd her lips I a rttk ssvs fltrinmetz looked t sMat lUgtfev For once bE == jto TJtO pteafantry ready a s Ho wxlkd toward a tabi r bosks aidntpapera lay pat wofMtoe He was stand t a whMi Paul came into the T si ace glanced at Maggie I w 1nfcs i his wife stood but he kiskit Tt AislMMU WM writiac somethmg 01 1sVX ssiMt ot a4e per in pencil 4 t jsAii it ereM th table toward r s4 Jfriks 4sf r H twarer to him t la were the written j IIfJemshed the paper in the hol MF tfyM bad and threw into the w it burned away He also at tkc deck It was five min 90iJt tths 4s r was thrown open ta at rsbe4 in pale con It fisMd tsnor sirtckesu He was a giant tl IB the forgeoas livery of the iaiMijrtsicy he stammered in Rus s UM dwUe is surrounded they N Wit they will burn us out sdt Kibasbed before Pauls w tBjTr and stony face 4 ifcMYs7B rOom said Paul You fSflfSt JOSHWtlf nrs fille ofMH doorway to which Past pointed peeved the ashen faces of Ilt huddled together like t4 tbi rbosar repeated Paul dHth alma tj dwhiBi walking to Jts jM r luwNAdlly with quivering SMSI Oft the threshold he paused Ffisl jstsod psJBtiag to the door He bifapose oC the bead somesudden 1fIICOf the blood that had Iswsii latH teijw e hereditary p- otItuLI Mscste looked at bim She iyer know him like this She ted kaewa the aailshe had never en Msuitcred tIes prince a The b1 clodc over the castle boomed it the tear and at the same instant there arose a roar like the voice of tho surf sa a Malabar shore There was a cvsMB gftfglaHalmost in the room itself Already Stalnnietz wna dravrlmr I ewe cottain closer over tnt wtnaoirs itf order to prevent the light from filter lug through the interstices of the closed shutters kohl st5nJ5sffibeBaid 16 Paul with Us fria sIK It jBight have beea bvllets As It lat corroboratlon of lilA siigges itea the Mrp rl11ot more itliah one fttesxw raag oat above the dull roar ot many Tplcear telnmetzcross I the roOmto where IBtta was standing white lipped by te Ire Her clinched hand was gripping Mangles wrist She was half hld den behind her coUsin Maggie was looking tA Paul Etta was obviously conscious of Stelnmetzs gaze and approach I asked you lief ore to tell me all you knew r he salu You refused Will you do It now Etta met bin glance for a moment shrugged her shoulders and turned her back on him Paul was standing in the open doorway with his back turn ed toward them alone The palace bad never looked so vast n8ft did at that moment brilliantly lighted gor geous empty Through the hail of blows on the stout doors the rattle of stones at the WindOW Stl1e prince Could hear yells ot execratlom and the wild laughter that Is bred of destruction He turned and entered the room His face was gray and terrible They have no chance lie said of effecting an entrance by force The lower window are barred They have no ladders Steinmetz aid I have seen to that We have been expecting this for some days He turned toward Stelnmetz as if seeking conflnrratlon The din was increasing When the German spoke he had to shout i We can beat them back if we like We can shoot them down from the windows Buthe paused shrugged his shoulders and augbedvliat wilt you This prince will not shoot his fathers serfs We must leave you went on Paul We mustbeware of treachery What ever happens we shall not leave the house If the worst comes we make our last stand In this room Whatever happens stay here till we come He left the room followed by Stein metz There were only three doors in the Jmpregnable stone wallsthe great entrance a side door for use in times r of deep snow and the small concealed entrance by which the starosta was in the habit of reaching his masters For a moment the two men stood at the head of the stairs listening to the wild commotion They were turning to descend the state j stairs when a piercing shriek immediately drowned by a yell of triumph broke the sjlence of the Interior of the castle There was a momentary stillness followed by another shriek They are In said Stelnmetz The side door And the two men looked at each oth er with wide eyes full of knowledge As they ran to the footl of the broad staircase the tramp of scuflllng feet the roar of angry voices came through the passages from the back of curtained doorways The servants quarters seemed to be pandemonium The sounds approached Halfway up said Paul and they ran halfway up the broad staircase side by side There they stood and Waited In a moment the baize doors were burst open s and a scuffling mass of men and women poured Into the hall a very sewer of humanity A yell of execration signalized their recognition of the prince They are mad said SteInmetz as the crowd surged forward toward the stairs with waving arms and the dull gleam of steel with wild faces turned upward wild mouths bellowing hatred and murder It Is a ebaticeit may stop them said Stelnnietz His arm was outstretched steadily A loud report i Httkj puff of smoke shooting upward tEl tOO gilded ceiling and for one brief moment the crowd stood still watching one of their rIng lejidera who was turning and twisting on his side half a dozen steps from the bottom Then Paul raised his voice LIsten to me he saW 1 UUL ue gut no further tor some one shot at him from the background over tile frantic beads of the others and Missed him The billet lodged la the wall at the bead of the stairs la the Jamb of the gorgeous doorway It la there today There was a yell of hatred and an ugly charge toward the stairs but the sight of the two revolvers held theea there motionless for a few moaieats Those In front pushed back white Ute shouters In the safe background urged them forward by word and gesture Two men holding hundred ini check But one of the two was a prince which makes all the difference and will con tinue to make that difference despite knit penny journalism until the end of the world What do you want cried Paul Oh I will walt he shouted in the next pause There Is plenty of time when you are tired of shouting Several of emproeededto telt him what they wanted an old story too stale for repetition here Paul recognized in the din of many voices the tinkling arguments of the professional agitator all the world over- Look out said Paul I believe they are going to make a rush All the while the foremost men were edging toward the stairs while the densely packed throng at the back were struggling among themselves In the passages behind some were yelling and screaming with a wild Intonation which Stelnmetz recognized He had been through the commune Those fellows at the back have been killing some one he said I can tell by their voices They are drunk with the sIght of blood i Some pew orator gained the ears of the rabble at this moment and the ill kempt heads swayed from side to side It is useless he cried telling him what you want He will not give It you Go and take jU Go and take it little fathers That Is the only way Stelnmetz raised his band and peer g d down Into the crowd looking for the man of eloquence and the voice was hushed IAt this moment however the yelling increased and through the doorway leading to the servants quarters came a stream of men tjlood stained ragged torn They were waving arms and Im plements above their heads Down with the aristocrats Kill them Kill them they were shriek i S A little volley of firearms further ex citedthem nut vodka Is not a good thing to shoot upon and Paul stood untouched waiting as he had said un til they were tired of shouting Now yelled Stelnmetz to him In English we must go We can make a stand itt the head of the stairs then the doorway then He shrugged his shoulders Then the end he added as they moved up the stairs step by step backward My very good friend be went on at the door we must begin to snoot them down It Is our only chance It Is moreover our duty toward the ladles There Is one alternative answered Paul The Moscow doctor Yes They may turn said Paul They are Just in that humor The newcomers were the most dan gerous They were forcing their way to the front There was no doubt that na soon as they could penetrate the densely packed mob they would charge up the stairs even In face of a heavy fire The reek of vodka was borne up In the heated atmosphere mingled with the nauseating odor of filthy clothing Go said Stelnmetz Unndpnt on your doctors clothes I can keep them back for a few minutes There was jio time to be lost Paul slipped away leaving Steinmetz alone nt the summit of the state stairway standing grimly revolver In band In the drawing room Paul found Maggie alone Where is Etta he asked She left the room some time ago But I told her to stay said Paul To this Maggie made no answer She was looking at him wlth an anxious scrutinyDid they shoot at you she asked Yes but not straight he answered with a little lauch cs lie burr dnn I I tMakeiyT1kt j iB + JBTftm areduMr4oiiaiidcapab1eyoucanmakernoneythere The bif ranare hrsskup into small farma that need more workers to care for the increased pMsWck TM towns awl cities are prosperous because the counfry is prosperous 4 There are great valleys of the richest soil in America waiting for you If you 4hM VMtde capital you can own one of these small farms yourself or you can r1on share and pay for it out of the product In a few years We will Ws4iiyeu descriptive booklets and folders giving full information about the money 4 familyYou you can go there work a few JMitdkBTeflfoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit anSI scenery lnd earn rnk i pap goar ezpnss both ways by taking advantage of tile I JI aBargain Rates4 veiyDayMarch 1 to May IS Ii 1D I 83 From Chicago 30 FrOm jni 1 ot Louis Far o s way coToaiit tSehoto Correipondlngly reduced rates from almost any point East TW nf M MtfUy and ewrforUbly made vU thb Rock Island Two routesone through New 4Md ao other thro Colera4o ThMmh tovrat cars Imm quicker tlian any other line Double daily tourist service via El Paso I I tlA wooUr CelowMto Oaamgc r service and free reclining chai cars both routes I TM Mock MUM hM rtjHTMeMative throughout the United States they are travel experts sad son josr Jaoaty Ten can hve their assistance iin arranging the California trip for the aslanj ticket get Gr writs ta th uaHraipe for our Caborniabookaa coap1s iACnM thsCoMit iii a TewMt Sleeper PtMeweP tke Rode Island runs more tourist cars to CaKforaU tkaa any ether rMte May of them are of tbo latest pattern with wide window Mil lavatory u- kreosfr the aad women unusually largo and complete ia tlwk arptintanBtl Cut eftt adrertiMseat fill la pace s below sad JOH t J SEBASTIAN t PaMMOH1 Traf He Maaacer lUck WaRd SrttMs CHICAGO PIeMe rMH offant to CaKforaia and titae taWus yeur aiaitratad Cful book iii4 W Oaj Joa about your MW enrice JI ji fl tcllenla I iwiM iituUa I f 0 cavH d 0 a r in s few moments be was backlIn the drawing room a different man IIB the rough stain d clothes of the 108 cow doctor the lla on the stairs was louder Stelnmetz was almost In tho doorway He was shooting economical ly picking his mea Two men holding a hundred in check I With an effort Paul dragged one or two heavy pieces of furniture across the room In the form of a rough bar ricade He pointed to the hearth rug where Maggie was to stand Ready he shouted to Stelnmetz rata In and Paul closed the barricade The rabble poured In at the open door screaming and shouting Bloodstained rugged wild with the mad ness of murder they crowded to the barricade There they stopped gazing Stupidly at Paul The Moscow doctor The Moscow doctorl passed from to Up It was the women who shouted it the loudest Like the wind through a forest It swept out of the room and down the stairs Those crowding up pushed on and uttered the words as they came The room was packed with them Yes shouted Stelnmetz at the top of his great voice And the prince He knew the note to strike and struck with a aure hand The barricade was torn aside and the people swept forward falling on their knees groveling at Pauls feet kissing the hem of his garment seining his strong hands In theirs It was a mighty harvest That which Is sown in the peoples hearts bears a thousandfold at last Get them out of the place Open the big doors said Paul to Stelnmetz He stood cold and grave among them Some of them were already sneaking toward the door the ringleaders the talkers from the towns mindful of their own necks In this change of feel ing Stelnmetz hustled them out bidding them take their dead with them Some of the servants reappeared peeping white faced behind curtains When the last villager had crossed the thresh old these ran forward to close and bar the great doors No said Paul from the head of the stairs leave them open Stelnmetz In the drawing room look ed at Paul with his resigned semlhu morous shrug of the shoulders Touch and go meln lleber he said Yes an end of Russia for us an swered the princ He moved toward the door leading through to the old castle III am going to look for Etta he said w And I said Stelnmetz going to the other entrance am going to see who opened the side door- CHAPTER XXXIX WILL you come with me Paul to Maggie I send the servants to this room to rights Maggie followed him out of the room and together they went through the passages calling Etta and looking for her There was an air of gloom and chilliness In the rooms of the old caS- tle The outline of the great stones dimly discernible through the wall pa per was singularly suggestive of a for tress thinly disguised- I suppose said Paul that Etta lost her nerve Yes answered Maggie doubtfully 1 think it was that Paul went on Re carried a lamp In one steady hand We shall probably find her in one of these rooms he said It Is so easy to lose oneself among the passages and on through the great smoking room with its hunting trtf pules The lynx with Its face of Claude de Chauxvlllo grinned at them darkly from its pedestal Halfway down the stairs leading to the side door they met Stelnmctz com ing hastily up His face was white and drawn with horror You must not go down here he said In a husky voice barring the passage with his arm j Whynotr Go up again said Stclnmetz breathlessly You must not go down here Paul laid his hand on the broad arm stretched across the stairway For a moment It almost appeared to be a physical struggle then Stelnmetz stepped aside I beg of you he said not to go downSAnd Paul went on followed by Stein metz and behind them Maggie At tbu foot of the stairs a broader passage led to the side door and from this oth er passages opened Into the servants quarters and communicated through t4ekitcheoSwUh the modern building It was evident that the door leading tp the grassy slope at the back of the castle was open for a cold wind blew Up the stairs and made the lamps flicker Attbe end of the passage Paul stopped SteInmetz was n little behind him holding Maggie back The two lamps lighted up the passage arid showed the white form of the Princess Etta lying huddled up against the wall The face was hidden but there was no mistaking the beautiful dress and I nlr It could onlfbe Etui Paul stooped down and looked at her but he did not touch her He went a few paces forward and closed the door Beyond Etta a black form lay across the passage all tipdden underfoot and disheveled Paul held the lamp jlqya und through the mud pnd blood Claude do Clmuxvillus clear cut features were outlined Death Is always unmistakable thofeh It be 1ItKW a by Nothing more thaij a Iwap of cWT clothes lyJagscrOts4u yCTr3t fcr the Stjvan of rnS dened peasants who had entered qthis door which had been opened Ic theai whom Stelnmetz had checked at the foot of the stairs by shooting theli ringleader De Cbauxvilles scalp was to1invay by a blow probably given with a spade or some blunt Instrument His hand all muddy and bloodstained still held a revolver The other hand was stretched out toward Etta who lay across his feet crouchIng against the wall Death had found apd left her in an attitude of fear shielding her bow ed head from a blow with her qp raised hands Her loosened hair In a long ware of gold down to the bloodstained baud outstretched toward her She was kneeling In De Chaus villes blood which stained the stone floor of the passage Paul leaned forward and laid his fingers on the bare arm just below a bracelet which gleamed in the lamplight She was quite dead He held a lamp close to her There was no mark or scratch upon her arm or shoul tier The blow which had torn her hair down had killed her without nny disfigurement The sIlken skirt of ber dress which lay across the passagf Was trampled and stained by thetrend of a hundred feet Then Paul went to Claude de Chaus vllle He stooped down and sllppeid his skilled fingers Inside the torn and mud stained clothing Here also wa death LTo BE COETIiVEDJ BEES IN WAR Two Instance IH Wlileli the lancet Were Vied u Weapon The beekeeper holding a number ot bees In his hand sold as he led the way through the apiary Bees In the past were used as weapons of war In the siege Of Themlsorya ton instance they played n very Important part The Romans In this siege made mine In the ground and tbe enemy openIng the mines from above threw In upon the Itomans bears and other wild animals together with swarms of bees That caused the Qomans to flee howl- Ing Here In my notebook Is another account of the use of bees In war It is an extract from pi Irish manuscript in the BlbllothequeRoyale at Brussels ani It tells how theDanes and Nor weglans attacked Chester and wer repulsed thanks to the use of bees by the Saxons and their allies In the town The Norwegians read the bee keper sheltered b Hurdles tried to pierce the walls Then what the Sax ons and the Gaedhll did was to throv down largo rocks by which they brok down tbe hurdles over their heads What the others did to check this was to place large posts under the hurdles What the Saxons did next was to put all the beer and water of thevtown into the caldrons of the town to iojl then and spill them down upon those win were under the burles so that their skins were peeled off The remedy which the Lochlans applied to this was to place hides on the outside of the hurdles What the Saxons did nextt was to throw down all the beehives in the town uponthe besiegers whlchpre vented them from moving their hand or legs from the number of bees which stung them They afterward desert e l and left the city Chicago Chronicle The Squirrel- A squirrels natural term of life is from fifteen to twenty years and In 10 calltles where they are little disturbs they multiply with extreme rapidity Indeed In the early history of the United States they were so numerous In certain localities as to be almost n plague and large sum were annualij paid in bounty for the scalps In tin west large lImnts were organized by the early settlers In order to try to rediici their numbers as now it is found nec essary to do to prevent the jack rub bits from becoming a scourge to the farmers On these hunts thousands ot squirrels Wer killed and yet from all accounts their numbers were not greatly reduced A Quick Wilted Walter A western congressman says that while he and certain friends were studying the bill of fare in a hotel on the New Jersey coast a mosquito alighted on the card It Instantly lost Jts life by a quick blew from the mar holding the card Its little carcass tom ining on the bill With a smile the man pointed to the remains arid said to the waiter Do you serve these on toast here Theyre on the bill slrl was the witty retort of the waiter The cRt DllcultfOnehalf of the worlds happiness Is solved when a person learns to mind his own business Yes but its the other half that causes the most trouble Whats thataGetting other pcoplcXo mind theirs Detroit Free Press nil Peril Is your husband n criminall lawyer Mercy no tint he lias to associate so much with those awful men he de tends that really Im sometimes afraid he soon wlll be Cleveland Leader Good Preventive Anyivny Doctor Isnt there anything I can do for this seasickness Why yes Try farming LJfo t FIFTY CENTS IIN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is Very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycentsize which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other conditions thegain is slowerhealth cannot be built up in a day In such cases potts Emulsion must be taken nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions e4If Sen4 for free s4i Scett It Bowne 4fttt5 J- tc1I vYe- k554T All t r FOR tHE HCHJSfcWIFE Ti Make PltiLThere are many kinds of poultice but the old fashioned flaxseed is most generally used It is more efficacious for breaking up a cold in the chest and In relieving the congestion In pneu monia To make It have water boiling and stir in ground flaxseed meal until thick enough to cut with a knife Add a spoonful of olive oil and spread on piece of muslin twice as large as need ed to turn over and leave an inch or two of margin Apply to the seat of the trouble as quickly as possible and as hot as can be borne Do not make too heavy as the benefit of the poul tice lies in the moist heat not the weight If the poultice is covered with a sheet of oil silk it will retain its heat about an hour Starch makes another good poultice Make Just the same as for laundry use only stiffer A muslin bag Is good for a starch poul tice A bread poultice is quick made and is soothing Use bread without crust pour bollin water over the pieces then pour off whip lightly with a fork and spread while piping hot Vie of Bait Rinse the mouth with a little salt and cold water before breakfast and it will keep the teeth in good condition Coarse salt and bits of newspaper and a little salt In water will clean any bottle SPut damp salt on burns It will kill the pain Dry salt and a brush will take dust off velvet plush and heavy embroidery that cannot be washed When making starch put a pinch of salt In it It will keep the irons from sticking Rub salt over the griddle and it will not smoke A little salt under yOur tbffgue will stop your nose from bleeding NareerT Rack As the nprslng bottle is an essential feature in the average household the wonder Is that appliances for its em dent and convenient manipulation are looked upon as curiosities and luxuries Ihstead of being considered necessities It is to the credit of womankind however that the bottle holding and drain Ing rack illustrated herewith Is the recent patent of a Washington woman Tins nursery accessory consists of a shallow trough having a bottom on TOB BABfff Mwhich bottles may be supported Inan upright position and a series of prpjec tions to support bottles in an Inverted position for draining Smaller prpjec tlons offer a convenient means of disposing of the nipples and hooks an provided for the bottle cleaning brush funnel etc While a simple arrangement In Itself it affords a definite place for the nursery bottles and their acces series and accordingly plays an important role In the household that is dla proportionate to the expanse Beet Jalee The most nutritious of all broths IIs beef juice It being especially valuabli after a long Illness where milk has been the chief article of diet It ex cites the action of the salivary gland and stomach Broil a piece of round steak 05 neck the richest and Judes part of beet until just heated through squeeze the Juice out with a lemoi squeezer or meat press salt lightly and serve If the patient objects to thi color it can be served In a red wine glass or heated enough to change the color Most beef juice Is overcooked and too often the brown flakes whIch are the best part of a broth are norantly removed by straining Four Ban For Teeth la Bafclew Tie the contents of a cup of sour in a piece of muslin drop in cqld water and bring to the boll Boll steadily fo dryJwith a little cold water and stir Intoa half cup of boiling milk mixed wltl half q cup of boiling water Add a lit tie salt J cflomema5e Xljrbt Llat For a homemade night light take one ounce of oil of almonds pat baIt a drum of phosphorus and two or three grains of lowers of sulphur into it holtl it In a gentle warmth to dry it Then shake the bottle and draw the cork r arid you will have a fine glowworm light if you rub a little on any part of the bottle It will appear to bp In flames For Tired Feet A hot water bath In which has bees dissolved about two ounces of coarse salt will cure tired swollen feet Ten der fees should be rubbed with spirits of camphor after being washed in warm water and thoroughly dried tilllt a Fire ExtlaculJaeriMMk will immediately and effectually extinguish tho flames from gasoline or any form of petroleum slncejt forms nn emulsion with tie soil whereas wa ter only spreads It Ceelclafc a Haaw A ham isgreatly Improved If after being boiled It Js wrapped in buttered paper and baked for an hour Mutumllr B aeeliJWill you keep niy daughter In the style to which she has been accustomed No sir Ill keep her In n style to which she Has not been All riglif my boy accustomedI happy Now her will be able to put on a llttlestyle toI wlilch we have not been accustomed loustonpostI United States asked the teacher In a European school And without hesitation the bright pupil replied Money Washington Star The Crate Let me see a cynic Is a maike1s Ired of the orlds be noU tho ouhg sttident of iaa iage tasked No no my child repltedHiie kaow ugtutor A eyziCtamis of woe lvorld lslroJrl kMeVp The misrblestt day wtlt thfre k inariy a better thing to do this flie Dallcy 0 S 11I11IJIeWAll Counterfeits ImHtUM auJst4 oo4 an IM Zxp c1eti iUttriAewttkaIIiMIIi II Tae laftwta JUMI CkUdrom illlle PjIt zp4sM What is CASTORIA cJstGIfL 1e it JuinOeM friUtH r OMtar CM ViM gone Drape sad otUsi arp It i PlaMnat II contains neither Oftiaf MorpUsM as o awAIs aatetaBce Its are U its fwsmfa It ileotisjs WeimS WWConea d FlfttHlcMy It Moisa rte the Fod friMst tel w1g i sisiy d 11111- TJie01t rr a eXotlunIi CENUINE GASTOR1A IfWy lA 3rs etture I 1 L The KM Toultefe lwftJB1flttl- iv tJae For Over SO Yearn iliHcMMMHI arsiv i II4HNII IV ClnbbingL Mort 1908 r We bffer below an eHveclublXnrnit whick ilftcwfca I i nearly all the city paper JldJiK agazias All iWwei lI subscrib4rs atiditU wbop yupiWl raew will be ivethd NEWL l LEADER and any of the p p rS1te1ow10r one yii 1 Y Louisville Poet daily S Bft Courier Journal n1t 6wWv f Times aaily 5 00 v 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intermediate ingtcnOrego l UrfMIta k Ikketcett llit4 iIcidlsgMayl4llsg f= JI= JJt iiAIMI StciaIay fC fSMtcjf J7 if fIUr w c Mt sc4aitc araie j trAEiIiIUoforfrirsee taatmr ticket r sb over the Mneraoi t1U N J ILeWiYiUea8tLM s sJI s Iat lJisctioe Iii iIt Lssi1Jas t irwith all Ui totbWet aM Ib i weat c Gser1 =J f lEEf Laiative iioitimtNIAn tmwut o r aIl Cough LiI8IBroDcIIiI IRimetfM Caret CouP StnaftfMBi the Lung a Gwtlp Mom thi fiowdi PlMMMuit to the taste i good alike for Young and C IPtIPAavTh CIHIp u Sold at Hay dont Pharr r BURftfi RESIDENT DENTIST TEETtI EXTRACTED VITHOUT PAIN G t iiif Up XY hi 5 JUi Dental Wo rk Strictly 1 t i J011 HLAMPTON 7 OppICL y I QiHtMtie LiJ tr J1J WFGRIGSBYSI iAT1ORNEY AT LAW j aN i eyreomsBank J8PmNOPJELOKY ji Jt B RoBADS M W FYATT a J DDADnS HYATT jtidiis and Sirens i iMf6iMxli to Clerks Office Ji ilTAMES G RAves zt PrACTI- CAI1atcIiakeraid Jeweler J ti tt r Crriei a line of Watches Clocks 5 a5ad Jew lry Repairing a SpeS iiiiltj Located on Main Streett iteesbyteriaochurchJ Springfield Ky t DRF TRUSTY 1 PRACTICAL DENTIST j pffice over Hayflon Barber- Dental work at reasonable prices f All work guaraiteedS iX SPRINGFIELD KY j JotiNY1MAYES I JUIERAL DIRECTOR AID LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY19NIGKTT4 SPRH6FIEI KY tSJ Railroad Schedule 4 Following is the time schedule npw in effect on the JEardatown7 f arid Springfield branch railroad I i No 41 Leayes Louisville at f I 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pjn Bardstown 552 pm 1 arrives at ISpringheld 645 pm- Itc No42rLeaves Springfield atI 530 am Bardstpwn 617 am Jijrdsown Junction 705 am arrives ut Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 9 30 am Bar stown 1115 a m arrives at Springfield 1240 pm4 rt l No44 Leaves Springfield a rJ I42ppm Bardstown 230 pm i Bardstown Junotion 435 pm- arriest Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves prjnotieldt i158m Bards 3 town Sam Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 985 amiNo 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisviilekat 6 JBardstownpm Jutiction 650 pm Bardstown 1i 735 p m arriyes at Springfield t 825 pra f Comniisiioncf Sale i C Ct Foster Pl intiffjtftlt vs Otha Menritt c Defts wEyvirtue of a judgment and order j of ule of the Washington circuit e6art Tendered at the Feb term thereof 1005 in tbe above cause I iball proceed to over for sale on the RhesfWi111sburg1y SON SATURDAY APRL 15 1905j at 1oclock pm or thereabout b- eJC9tyt court day to the highest iMM r at public auction aptnra credit- tf oie and two years thf following de- Bribed prpp 1ytowit A certain Jroeafc and lot lying and- l jbef Cini ihe towji of Willisburg Ky n 3 itiielorth fiidecof train street be inning at a point in the center of Main street in WiljisbnrJKyi thence North a straight line with Isaac r Cueathaaij deceascdjnow W B Shir J1ey fcCoj asd corner to Mildred Shi- rt4 Icy tlw ce East a straight line to gaMe a d corner to Jas Mcllvoy Sthce SOUth a straight line with aat 2tt comer In center of Main jtafetti thence West with the center- I Ot aaae te the beginning containing q one acre 1DOIt or less A i iFdrti Min ase price the pur fteMtr of pwrcbaers with approved 1i ciuitytfoc imreties must execute o4 besr1o legal interest from date i fIItJ ipiil p idad haying theforce Y otjt ot a jvdfKient Bidders Ififl rettur to comply promptly wlt th tttai 4tMPo4IAcoA CW C It is a plraijr to kiM Dr Dadj Uate Li v r PiDd aod enjoy tMir tonte effect the iier Sold by H v li1otl i I i i VHi1 1 i LatHtiII 0 T I I sad Acqauitcss 1- Ii fIIIIif IhI flu Sweet jktatd sfor sale at Jno Q Shader s r i II Fresh Bocltbeer always at tap Biede1ssin i Tryold Honesty Coffee Jno 6 Shader agent Alt kindsj of nice country meat at Campbells Sweet and our pickles in bulk at John C Shad rJs T Get prices on flour by the 500 pound lot att Campbellls For a niLe iipaf of salt rising Jbread try rnoShader A fewseedp 1 toes left at 80c per busheliat Campbells SaywE1 have nice sour pickles in bulk at Campbell s t tlYANTED1JQwls hams and barcon Jno G Shader Pine old McKenna whiskey the best made at J W Reidels Part of yourlradel am after and must hive Ji at Campbells dQiApail1tblt son Beautiful and useful fire and house screens at Leachmans furniture store Nothing betterfor a tonic than pure old McKenna whiskey For sale byjW Reidel All of Polks canned goods at lOc Canned tomatoes cornpeas pumpkins beans apples and etc at Campbells Takethatbaby out to enjoy thefjesh spring air Geji one of those nice baby carriages fr Leachmans furniture store Before going on that fishing trip provide yourself with a battle of Old McKenna It will k0ep tiff a cold At J W Reidelsf FOR SALt A three months tuition certificate in the Bryant Strattotf Business College at a bargain Apply to the NEws LEADER House cleaning time is now on Remember Leacbjnan the House Furnisher can fit out your house from top to bottom with any thing you need and at low fig ures Mr Charlie Cocanoughei and Miss Sarah Craine of Boyle county were married at the l pme of w the5bride yesterday nhe groom is a pop liar young farmer of the Texas ighborhopd Now is the time to begin to fit your houses with screens Leachman thel furniture man has a full supply of doors and windows Screens tofltany window The man who took the wrong overcoat from Robertson Searcys store on last county cqurt day and left his juthe place will confer a favor by returning the onehe has and get ting his owntThe ladiesof the Presbyterian church will have a sale of cakes bread boiled hams and dressed fowls at the lecture room of the church on Saturday April 22d from 2 oclock until 5 pm Any one wishing to order before that time can leave the order with Miss Kate C Mayes at Grundy Claybrooke Mclntires store There has been Quite a brisk trade in jacks in this county within the past week a number of good sales being reported Mr Joe E Vyright of Lincoln County bought of Lloyd Parrott twofine young jacks twoyears old paying 800 for the two Mr Wright alo bought of Mrs John Kelly a 7yearold jack for 250 G W Fenwickof homp sonville sold to J L Druieh of Bardstown a threeyearold jack for 450 and Sylvester Smith of this pl ce to W L Grahamor Cardwell a 6yearold jacklfor 300SVanB Tyler whose wife omj mitt suicide Ather home near Fredericktown last week WIts arrest d on a peace warrant last Saturday night by Sheriff Croake and placed in jail Tyler had continued his spree afer his wifes death until he had ter irorijwd the neighborhood He was released by Judge Litsey on Tuesday on his own bond behaving sobered up by that time The little daughter Clemmie will be sent to an orphan asylum t Saywe want your poultry arid eggs We pay cash at Cam pbells a M Campbell ports Bards town court as being very well attended There were about 50 r cattle on the markei cowsand calyes bringing from J25 to 45 dollars plug horses from 20 to 65 dollars old buggies from 5 to 36 dollars Also reports Marion Simms sale on last Saturday as having a large crowd and e ery thingselling well Two real estate transactions of considerable importance took place in town the 1firsfi of the week Dr S J Smock sold his residence property on tecor ner of Main and Walnuti streets to W S Goode and Mat Truax possession to be given on June 1st Mr Truax also bought of E G Bobfitt his property onJ Wall street known as the Berry Hotel including the Moore Boblitt saloon The considera tion paid was 3060 and Mr Boblitt took in the trade a house and lot and store house of Mr Truax at Mooresville at 1500 Possession given July 1st Mr Sam T Ray and Miss Nettie Elder daughter of Mr James Elder who lives near Simms were married yesterday at the home of the brides par ents Rev Purdom of Texas being the officiating minister Mr Ray is an industrious young farmer of the Pleasant Run neighborhood and a son of Mr W Eo Ray The bride is a yourig lady of many charms of person and character The young couple will go to house keeping on Mr Rats farm The NEWSLEADER jjoins many friends in extending congratulation Telephone Cxtentions R Representative citizens from Maud Willisburg arid Mackville met with Manager Hall of the Cumberland Telephone Co at the office of City Attorney W F Grigsby Tuqsdoyfor the purpose of considering plans for exten tion of the telephone service in this ounty and establishing more exchanges Manager Halt announced that the company was willing to establish exchanges at certain other points in the county provided a certain number of subscribers can be secured and that the company be allowed to charge standard rates A corn mittee was appointed for Maud Willisburg and Mackville to canvass those towns and sur rounding territories with a view to putting in exchanges at those points The comm ittees will meet again at this place on next Monday the 17th to report The people of tho county have be come aroused to an appreciation of the convenience of the tele phone and there is a general demand that the service be ex tended through the rural dis tricts Advertising Pays The opening of the two millinery stores last Friday and Sat urday as advertised in the News Leader two weeks previously were attended by ladies from every nook and corner of this county and many from the sur rounding counties Both the IS xKnott Co arid Mrs Williams report their sales as bejrjf in ex cess of thsjr expectations They had hats to suit ill purses and become alffaces And they ad veriisedtthein with the natural result people came to see and bought fThe merchants also reaped a harvest and Those who have been persistent advertisers were remembered by the shop pers Get your busines before the people and the way to get it bafore hem is by advertising your business and your goods telling the people of honest val ues and attractive goods and keeping everlasting at itrrhe News Leader reaches many homes and is read by thousands and the advertisements are read as eagerly as the news items Church Supper The ladles of the Mackville M E church viII give a fultsup er- in Mackville April 14th Every body invited Admission 85 cents Ec N AL Miss Emma Nunan was in Bardstown Sunday Mr Erastus Trent has re turned form Louisville Mr Will Spaulding of Leba non was in town Sunday Mr Alfred Dehoney of Leba non was in town Wednesday Mr Will T L achman is in Louisville on business today Miss Beulah Lit QY has returned frem a visit to Harrods burg The Misses Mattingly of Bardstown were in town Mon day Miss Lydia Williams Of Maple Hill was Jn town shoppingTues day- Mrs J W Lewis was in Lou isville the latter part of last week Hon John W Lewis is at ending court at Campbellsville this week Wr Charles Noe and wife visted friends at Penick Station Sunday v 4 Shaker Robinson and Byron Parks were in Louisville Wed nesday Mr John L Searcy was in Louisville from Friday until Monday Miss Emma Rogers and Missi Barnes of Lebanon were in town Monday Mrs Mary A Noe left last Saturday for a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Mike Simms left Tuesday to engage in business in Ohata noga Tenn Mrs T J Phillips of Bnllitt county was tjhe guest ofMrs M L Searcy last week Misses Grant Hayes and Eleanor Hayes Of Maple BillIi I i were in town Saturday Mrs Fannie Cleveland is visit ing the family of Mr Hayden Cleveland in Marion county Mrs Cecelia Barber of Bards town is the home of her son John K Barber of this place Messrs Lester Gowdy and W Scott of Campbeilsville were the guests of friends here Sun day Mr Lonnie Campbell has gone tp Harrodsburg to accept a po sition as clerk 4n the Commercial HotelCap J B Hayes and son James of the Polin neighbor hood were in town Tuesday on business I Miss Lizzie Waters and Mr J C Greene fpent Sunday at the home of Mr John Brown at Lebanon PAINT The Roof The Barn The B ld eIDoltnoW 1 l =a5 gPaintingI Painting means increasing your propertys vane every time rrr v If FireProof Roof Barn and Bridge PjAIN1Is Proof against mat nod the weather makes your buildings and fences look better As a preservative FireProof Roof Barn and Bridge Paint Is unapproach able Vhen you paint bo sure to ask for it Manufactured ILCo Inc LoLsvui11Ey l J IOR Haydorts Pharmacy C C I Got Well r t1 slwO11iiYoff ttyou should fortify your system against disease Jm g prove your health Purify your blood You can do so C by the use o- fFeiirslalttoiiicl C Just think 2 00 per cttsesgJmonthlyJ HAgAN t aent Mr Godfrey Ball of Louis ville who was visiting Mr Lev Brown and wife bs returned to to the city Miss Miranda Tucker who has been visiting the family of Mr James Tucker in Louisville has returned home Miss Lois Gowdy has returned to Campbellsville after a pleasant visit to the Misses Medley and Mrs T D Wells Mrs Owen Thomas Mrs Elliott and Miss Birmingham of Lebanon attended the millinery openings here Friday Will Russell anfl Lafe Cox fishingIMr Irvin SHuck who hasbeen visiting relatives here for some lime is visiting in Louisville He will go from there to Salt Lake1 f Mrs Emma KarrIck was iin town Wednesday Mrs Karrick has sold herBlooralield property and will likely buy property here Misses Delia andMyrtle Croak of Croaks Station were guests of their brother Mr Byron Croak the latter part of the weekS M Campbell spent last week in Indianapolis Ind His son A P Campbell who has been livingin thatcity returned here to llive Mr and Mrs Robert Graham of Owenshpro were the guests of Mrs Elizabeth Graham last week Mr Graham was also in terviewing the dry goods merchants Miss Eusebia RoBards who spent the winter iin Chicago is he guest of her brother Dr J BRoBards Later she will go to Henderson ville N C her home JSIClaybrooke5Misses Lewis and Messrs W D Clay brooke and J B Spaldmg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John L Offutt of Bloomfield Mr and Mrs John T Camp bell after a brief visit to rel atives in the county have returned to Cleveland Ohio Mr Camp bell holds an important posi With the Ameaican Tobacco Company QMrs C L Kevahaugh Louisville ahd Mrs Albert Simon s of Sheepshead Bay N Y were at the Walton Tuesday nignt and went from here to Mackville to visit their relative William Car rier who is sick Messrs H M Gfundy Con rad Hertlein M L Searcy T iS Wright R F Sutton E S Mayes SrT Scott Mayes T D Wells Dr J B R Bards and Dr M W Hyatt attended a meeting and banquet of the Marion Commandry Knights Temptar Monday night The Knight Templar degree was con ferred upon Dr Robards and Dr HyattS Tb e regular passenge train leaving this place every morning now starts at 525 instead o 530 as heretofore for Rent A store house and blacksmith shop at Simms This is one of- fbe best stands for business in torIi 327 W Market St Louisville Ky 4t Iqqs fir ttiFrom a pure strain of Barred Plymoth Rocks at only 1 jer setting of 17 pMrs Malissa Green Everything you eat will taste good arid do good if you tAe Rings DysS peil1lrablet Sold by Haydoni Phrmacy J SS- Jt CartwrIghis- re kf IMessrs tR AndtRDan Adams of RiYwick passed eurouteforfriends and relatiVes Sidney dfBSurne wife and children were visiting at Albert Smiths Sunday Mr Willie Osbourn and J M Mock pent Sunday with Watt OBryaoMiss Orkies entertained some of her many friends Surf charmingT J Medley is quite sick atb this writing The rain that fell Monday did considerable good to the gardens and growing crops and put a smiling countenance on many ot be1ginDry weather Miss Francis Medleywhp las been vlsting her uncle John Polin of near Beecbland return ed home Sunday IOATO rBeantfc Bigutue of ATIiI ki Y = It tCWP LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield postoffice for weekending April 13 1905 Mrs Prudie Davis Walter Faslin Mr Melvin Hayes The G rent Western Plant Cc Mrs James Lancaster Dr Jim Smith Persons caning lortnese letters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M Public Notice Notice is hereby given that the old firm of Wood Wells doing business as druggists at Springfield Washing ton county Ky has this day dissolved its business partnership and all per sons having claims against said firm are requested to come forward and settle Said business from and after this date will be conducted by Price W Wells and in the name of The Red Cross Drug Store at the old stand and your patronage is respectfully solicited This 24th day of March 1905 WOOD WELLS Fur Sale Anyone wanting good work mules or a two year old mule icall on JF Keen R F D No 2 Springfield Ky Backache is never known to those persons who take an occasional dose qfPineules The value of the iesin obtained from the Pine tree has long been recognized in the treatment Of diseases of the bladder and kidneys Ono dose of Pineules will give relief and one battle will curSold by H yaon Pharmacy THE TERM IDIOT In the Original Greek It SiMl Meant a Private Perhea The word idiot is itself of Interesting history Its primary Greek significance was that of a private as distinguished from a public person Our words Idiom idiosyncrasy etc arc from the same root The Idiot in Greek was dim ply one not engaged in public affairs The beginnings of the degradation of the word are shown in its application soon to the common people as distin guished from the upper classe4 It was then applied to unprof esslona and lay people and soon became the3 slurring title of the unskillful and awkward By slow degrees it became applicable to the stupid and at last to the Imbe cUe and idiot As late as the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the word was still used in Its earlier senses Thjs long sad history speaks Indirectly of the pathetic history of the imbecile It he was hot killed or starved to death by neglect etc he was usually reduced to the condition of a beast eittier about the house or fields or was actually driven into the woods and forced tcvllye In caves among wild animals etc In 1700 Itard took a wild boy found in j the forests of Aveyron and tried to teach him The ability of the ivild boys and wolf children to live and the number that did no shqwa that idiocy as we have Inter learned is of ail degrees and thjit a mind nay be various ly detective in some ways even idiotic but in others with capabilities well 0scrvct1the large number of jnathematlc idiots are examples that shor how far we are from understanding the real nature of Idiocy arid they more than suggest the partial retention of sound mentality t Df the defective the possibility of seiz ing upon the one or few normal or even highly developed faculties and per haps bringing others into coordination t with them and to normality The court foots and jesters of the olden times Iwere often such partial idiots and de fectives and they truly lived upon their wits which were often better than those of their masters American Medicine TrEVALUE OF EXAMPLE To have our child truthful be truth ful To have him temperate be temperate In all things To bave him kind to others be your self kind toMlfers Prescribe healthful amusements c1 so far its you can take part in them Prove to him by your life that a good name is to be chosen before great riches Teach him that riches are not te be despised but should never be got by doing harm to others that when ac quired should be treated as a trust Mt as a hoard To have him bopeat prutat toWJR yourself a Hviac cxaaifk at iMMMtjr The cjilef part of a ehttdn koqwtodf cou through bMry u ActIJDI more to him thin ip6 hPli1J dsIpWsI Inquirer r NEW 1HINOSI1 Arriving every toy nowathe- BIG STORE 4i iSj i Justr ivedlblpmt of UM latoit UbM te = t 7 Boysand CIi11dt nsCasSi Ladies Hand Bags Belt ajfmi Childrens Tan Hosiery Ladies and Misses Oxfords Ladies Hosiery in the Newt1 Laces and Allovibri Ia s n Try one iTI t1J e riI l Z r j 0uii2i rtll1 i m2 3 1- I i nvlsibte LacingS GoNetatt I w w tri iiwijjli 11 a I i TThee PPeoplele wlup je Pipalp iiGet I thet e GoodThingsofUleT i 11ifif t The best of everything is always for the first eo If you are prepared to buy or Sprint Goods JM1O secure first choice while our lI6ockia jIUliBll aadooss plete We cannot guarantee that the slock wUliin tMft 3 condition long as the bauty of it appsals to all JSjj 3 holders andth prices placed tbeowUI dtffeto tt ffiif itL quickly Everything each litis irtsii aM up to dal Ja II it Our Lady Customers l i t Will be iinterested ii orswis k WWst 3 Shirt Waists at froc 100 to 500 If 3 0 J t 3 Our line of readymade M iaWisijlltJg iwfeffe- awithireach t IIof all Ife 11M assay 1st sat atKSiy 3 made Skirts inclsding fine Wack silk and the esUbraM 53 PreS de Sols at from 2 to 3Sa tt Call and See our Spring Dr4 Cam I Qrandy Claybroske S Mttatlrt 1 1 jIjr r I I Tbe Springfield lI Jtekei t i FTCOXCOPropriis the place Y p Ii and salted IrrHh FISH ARD OYSTERS IN SEASON 1 r a We lure Prepared t to handtte JJCt h duriaf fee aummer andwabeuds quandry JSl Highest market price pi4 for ihMp Md tetf h1 tallow and good butter We art a1iys iia HM 4srkj fat beeves r I FTCoxCol Telephone 95 SPRINQE1ILD Kv 1I Peoples Deposit 8k 4 Ij aPiFILITS4ISANIm TR 1 j Capital 5Ssl 1 f1tIPnI1 lfOFPICERS O D lbr PI a I HTlijiIcePrsI- k t X A swIrt OIiI cdAM Mat H CUKIItJCTOSGH t LI r mn W LIM JTLt tL v4 17 tStroM cey se7 vie fl7 UlsaI W depoattow in twrited to orfwll ep BatfMt Propscti n iIC11Ifl 4It L FORGOT FAMILY r Sad Story of a Larue County Vfaf Veteran A case is bring investigated from the office of the eciftl Pension gziudner ii JIchich ia u ptcitfiar Ilit its 4M f tings u it wu ndtothose jrho tam figured in the Kentucky end of iit ItI3i txw fVo 0- 1twycsslste t tlJrthe eyes of Ue BpecUl Pension Bzaniaer 4 dter dT Tte names in M peot ease are withheld in Ube Us tfctUi i th Ooern- w p djiJ x- cattu11ail oI eh NISr7fatTiv jwira Roa uu jKftbaby tblrt five yvar if Sown iaLaK county g bade bh wife e lveh- tt1erIoIaN UtI tkc ft pras rbrhra eotratry When thpa ff forfOit Jkfefr 4c tock in ythswKahek tlotbe He drifted to Kaahville and tjnyo a jetr or twoafter the warI bi clMed be marrkd another OMMi fhIjiHMr roiled by eb wife and children in KttfidKy beard no tidings oJ t A- tirx Twentysyears ago 1thir 1bnd had eJfor jean she applied tila a ptqikNL Aliai all cases of itt kiail wlMtn tbe application J U Goynent be- nl Invtf Mf tieR tosea if the Tb tstoi agaai located bini- dgtfle1d Jiftctido near e Av kitr nas sent 7ck to the KattttKy woman tfcit her bttsband was Mcarftfiijf Jlef children were then about ffWk WhikiM children rfere t apprtetd of Ih Jctttbat the- ix4IrJ Was livinx ther wife I tnb rted iin her grief Basked tbd Govrernmeut 5jrfciiheir liv tnd yas Bad v ad inquiry she would HbteII Made acquainted with Wterea oitta The cfilden sIItn kmgfed to see the lather JMIkeireamiii tbat na was with ihi a ew hoirs ride of them tfiJre years fgo the brofcehheari 11Mt faithful wife died She Jiadliyed to seer her children JjMirjjied p e daughter now re di tiRLviile- AIw i Moth ago a wcmai MYHH ia Edgefield Junction gJMh applied for a pension as tijMr widow of the same man Ivbote LaRae cvnty wife had fete II refused a pension from the Id dhct tbat fee WN still living lWIJMltiin executjoa another JteveMiffaiion Oqly a day or ro ago a Special Pension Exam Mrfrom Lousvi1Ie wentto La XM county Lila began hunting t aJt t1M a Si fpraaer KentUQky Jarnily Tfctt eldest son was Jtaad He toW the Pension Ex 0 afiiner that 1had4onged to S J s iiiiiifl ad wondered if eeI litter w s still jiving lneP q iipifca im r told him that his f lather died Jlast October in Edge hliefdtruBcifpn In ib possession of the LiRuQ e ty aHWt8au old daguer I Not fqf EjW father ttiteti- hocy4biefoe11i p Jell for theJwar + TiarninofU4sphyiie Wi1h be blftck beatd This picture VYi J habe b lbythv family early half a ceniiarVi was Jt givenI I J RIDKESTION fw Is41ttl willi r a Ms ferilekJ M li jeore rood WMk all the doc iri M I took Ia IARAIt L- IIPL1 Hfatevaic lad iesisckDraughti bog of tbe stomach and MM evea ckroBiecwea iaiigntioa Jf you wiU t iaaa14oeoLthedl- uridi Black Drag14 occa Rft yem will keep your MiliYlt 1 XgUtQ t THES- 3frDRAU1T1 iicHtedI T =anydLw OilyTehvs 4isrrb aAdyieitry aaJ Jti AJI e f F n4feri BIaek iJtt1 iAie owcla IIS Ar drworn t C Avers Pills WAS yrttoustae er beard tb anttfui IJftrtwn lrIJctot Pension Examiner who wiUtl 1tk NarhviJleto te usea in The in yestigat ion 4Tke question iis whether the mati obtained a divorce from hfe fcentupky w If 2 bo frreh the Tennessee we man EfmarriedI vorce was obtained the laws of Tennessee the Tenn t eeV widow is entitled to a pen sop If it is proved that nod vorctwas pbtaiced then he was n Ver legally married tq the Lennesse woman and she is not entitled to n pension LaRue County Herald PrliP FoIcYsllolle1 and Tar Fole7 Co Chicago Originated Kotfeyand TarAs a throat and lung remedy andufl account o the great meriji and pop brityof Foleys Honey tndTar malay imitations are offered foif the genuine Ask fur Foleys Honey and Tar and rof se any substi tute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is rajkily laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale b Wood Wells RaHrtai Mass Meeting Perryyille is showing consid erable interest in the proposed electric line winch is to run from Burgin vm BUnrodsburg to Creelsbaro InCinlonv county Mr Azbili the prtBident ofttjie Company spent several days in Ferry ville this AFxek talking to the citizen and on Wednesday a Commitjee of citizeps of liar rodsbulPerryville and Burgin met in HarrOclsburg to discuss the matter Mr Azbili was present at this meeting and sated that the Cqpmpany had decided that it wpjuld be better to make a preliminary survey of tbe road by a competent engineer who would report on the practicabil ity and advisability of conduct ing ttie road and if tne report of this pngineer is favorable his company will conract to furnish a thorough survey of the road at a cost of 60000000 givjng detailed specifications estimates etd wlhcan be laid before the cafitalials who are to finance the erterprise Hesaid he had the assurance of tIle capitalists that theywere ready t finance the road if the survey showed that iit came np to the report that he had already shorn them He estimated that tho preliminary purvey which is to bo made would- cot3OOQO 15000 of which he asked Harrousburg to raise while Burgin and Perryville each put up 7500 Messrs G W Edwards Joseph McDowell ardHarveynayj of Perry villp were present at this meeting and a mass rpcetipg has been called at Perry ville on Saturday after noon when the matter will Jbo thoroughly discussed Everybody in the West End is expected to attend the meetingDanville Adypcatc Cher p Colonist Rates Mar h 1st tb May 15 very cheap Colonist rates daily to California and the Northwest via Missouri Pacific Ry and Iron Nouiitain Route from St Louis or empliis Through Pullm an sol1riIPacifi man Tourist Sleeper to California via Iron Mountain Route through Texas eyery Tuesday and Satuadky leaving St Louis 880 Ar M Personally co rid ue ted tour3 For descriptive literature rates andctcee ticket agents or write Ji W G Mitt BldgLouisville 1htidiProy The largest sale bf reall estate that has been mide for many years WlS that Monday of the property belon ng to the Hood istate v The sale was made by nistcr Commi sioner Sam T Spalding under an bider of the Circuit Court in the case f Flora Hood c AdlDr versus IT Shelby Irv ine c There wero thirfeeii seperate pies of property sold consisting of a number 01very Valuably IpCs m town and several tracts of land just ontsido the corporate limits of the city Miss llora Hood purchased the home place consisting of 41 acres a corner pfriwhich lroson Spalding Avenue and on which IS a two story brick residence stateJysumt r 521 acres on the south side of the hottsJTakeTbtIactdircctionthcDlet 1UCK1NGHAMSTEfl1ILL city nr Mr JJ 8padinf w for 13958 a twwet 6t 548i acres on the Danviilit pk r two milesi iJeat of fown Jfor 238320 the residence on Main street known 2995It on College streef 160 feet front containing acres for 931 another llot on Cellese street 45 feet front containing icf an acre for 200 Bert Abell bought the Sulphur Spring tnact of 93 acres about 2 miles southeast of Lebanon for 735 the tract of 24 acres adjoinirg the Fairgrounds knon as the Boneyard was bought by John Wade for 564 a lot onwest Wanut near the railroad was nought by R E Young Co for S361 Dr WE Matttngty bought a lot fronting on College atreet 33 feet and rucning back 2F9 feet for 180 Bernard Maltingly purchase a lot on College street for 110J The sum total for all the prop erty amounts to 2654045 Lebahon Enterprise WHAT ISI CATARRH Hyomcl Cures ihls Common and Disagreeable Disease Hyomei cures caarrh by the simple method of breathing it into the the air passages and lungsv It kills the germs of the catarrhal poison heals and oothes the irritated mucous membrane enters the bipod wHi the oxygen and kills the germs present there effectually driving this disease from the system If you have any of the follow ing symptoms CAtarrhal germs are at work somewhere m the mucous membrane of thE nose throat bronchial tubes or tissues lof the lunss offensive breath dryness of the nose pain across the eyes pain iin back of the head pain infrodtof the head- tendency to take cold- burning pain in the throat hawking to clear throat pain in the chest a cough stitch in side losing ofllesh- variable appetite low spirited at times raising of frothy mucous expectorating yellow l l matter difficulty in breath lug frequent sneezing huskiness of voice discharge fropi nose stoppage of the nose at night aching of the body droppings in the throat mouth open while sleeping tickling back of the palate formation of crust in the nose dryness of throat in the morning loss of strength spasms of cough ing cough short and hacking cough worse nights and mor nings loss in vital force a feeling of tight- nessacross the upper part of the chest Hyomei will cure the disease destroy aettvity of all germ life in tbe respiratory org ins enrich and purify the blood with adrli tional ozone and after a ftw days use of ths treatment the majority of these symptoms will have disdpPQar In a few weeks the cure will be complete Catarrh or calarrhal cods cannot exist when Hyomei is used This is a strong statement but The Red Cross Drug Store emphasizes it by agreeing to re fund your money if Hyomei does not cure V llnjre For Slioopj As to the relative effects of sUne and roots on the milk Cow the experi ments J the Wisconsin station were without very decided results At the New York Corncll station this feature was stitdiCjd more fully As between mangel ivurzels anti com sUng tie lambs sucking the ewes fed roots inale slightly better gains than those sucking ewes fed silage although the silage appeareJ to be a cheaper ration As between heath and corn silage the Iambs qf the ovca fed silage made slightly the larger gain In weight These re suits show but a meager difference in the leading value of these foods w Commissioners Sale C Kimballi Adtor AcPlf 11 IA vII J P Buckauw DeftJ 9- l ylIiola 3SeIi a 4i- o is qi th WMMWo CIe- cosis j4 gi4 Mb 7bary MUMTMf 1N5 i MM afcOT M1MC tel QrtlICMIHi MONDAY APRIL 1905 at 2 o lockpw or thereabout betBCt Cotility caw day r to iN highest bidder at public suction apoa a credit of 9 18 and 27 atontha the following described property to wit Tract No 1 Beginning at a stone near a mul bery stump in the middle oi the Springleld and Bradfprdsville road running thence 91 poles to another stone corner to Buckmans line thence with said line S102 12 poles tp an oak and white oak corner in1 Harvey McElroys line thence with his line north 88 poles to a stone in the Springfield road thence with same north 17 i2 E 17 poles to a stone thence with said road N 88 poles to the beginning containing 59 12 acres and 35 square poles Tract No2 V Adjoining the above named tract both of same situated in Washington county Kentucky and bounded Be ginning at a white oak tree on the east side of said road thence N 43W 22 poles to a stone on the east side of said road thence north 0 W 4 14l poles to a stone corner to John P Buckman thenceN 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 ofr said road north 1 12 E 13 poles N 9 W 11 12 poles to the beginning r containing 22 12 acres Tract No3 Adjoining theaforementioned tracts and in the said county and state bounded Beginning at a stone on the north side of the Springfield andI Bradfordsville dirt road corner to Elizabeth Fenwick thence with her line S 55 14 W 176 12 poles toa white oak tree corner to same thence to John P Buckmans line S 19 12i W 28 29 poles to a stone corner to said Buckman thence 38 14 E 114 12 poles to a stone near a walnut tree corner to same and Lenard Edelen thence N88 E 27 poles to a stone in said road thence up said road N 3I W 27 poles E 60 12 poles to a stone at 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 All of said tracts being adjacent each other and making one connected farm or body of land For the purchase price tbe pur chas pr purchasers with approved security or BOretleB muse execute bond bearing legal interest from uate ot sale until paid and having tbe force and effect bf a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms M Q LBACHMAN M C w C C 4 t FreCdya SaggeaUon- I think some nan might so and make A little fairy toy One that would neer grow old or break But filwoys be a Joy In springtime It ihould tie a kite To skim the heavens blue In summer it should be a light And fragile bark canoe In pleasant autumn It should be A foxtball ruqsct red And in the winters windy lea A beautiful bailed R K M HOMES OF THE SWISS Pretty mmA Dlatiact IH Style but Have a Louely Appearance Swiss houses Impress one almost in variably with a sense of loneliness Probably this may be attributed to the contrast they present to their surround tugs They are commonly dwarfed In to insignificance by the gigantic sceu iry jfl which they have been plucett lint near at hand they are decidedly pretty although their architectural style Is distinct from any other They are rarely painted and seldom ornamented or embellished save that the boards and shingles are not intro quently cut and scalloped into odd shapes Sometimes the front of a chalet bears the owners or builders name in large letters followed lJJn sentiment a benediction or a prayer These chalets are provided with over hanging roots on which tint stones have been laid to keep the fierce winds from tearing them off and not be cause as an animated tailors sign with a monocle once Informed an old lady in my presence the natives wish ed to effect a saving In nulls Various traIts Iud vegetables are hung under the projectingJ eaves for shelter anti the firewood is piled high without for future use The ground floor Is generally given up to a stable where the cattle are housed In the winter in delightful proximity to the fain fly overhead The household treasures are contain ed lu the living room or gute stube Here too you will find the large porce lithi stove that is the center of the family gatherings on the long winter evenings In the kitchen of course the furniture Is of the plainest descrIp- tion usually consisting of a rude loom a huge fireplace a table and a jew clialrs Pilgrim WAR IN KANSAS QftJ Plain DMh UNFINISHED I NOVELSj TAiit THAT WIWE STOWED ay THE 1fHath Rh Mawtharxcii FerebadlMk AlMi Tbe Balllrer Remamer The FMWMtcmt That Slerezua Left VlMielceMirV l t Work aIGeorge GssIngsJVaninlIda is wasterplece that Its author did not JIve to finish One well knowti critic consid ers tills tale of the ltoiuan anti the Gout the deceased writers finest work II and though many may Question this judgment there can exist but universal regret that the romance nlust forever remain incomplete A greater work by a greater writer Velr of Hermlston by R L Steven son was left a mere fragment of which the lurid grandeur proved thatI its creator was taken from 1sJn the zenith of his power Another romance 1 St Ives by the same pen was run nlng Iiin monthly magnrJue nt the time of iIs premature ueath Hare however readers were not balked of a satlsfacto ry denpucment for the story was brought to a conclusion by Mr Qulller Couch well known under the uomds plume of Q I I hardly know what to say to the public about this abortive romance though I pretty well know what the case will be I shall never finish Ir wrote Nathaniel Hawthorne with ref erence to The Ddlliver Romance which be had undertaken to write for the Atlantic Monthly This foreboding was but too soon verified for the au- l thor had scarce time to db more than lay the groundwork of the story and write the Initial chapters etc death struck him down At his funeral at Concord the scarce commenced manuscript lay upon his coffin Soon afterward the first chapter appeared In the Atlantic and subse quently the second chapter which h had been unable to revise was publish ed in the same periodical Several years elapsed when a third fragment revised and copied by the novelists wife was placed lu the publishers hands The orlglnatmanuscrlpt Is now preserved in the Concord public library Wives and Daughters was rnnn111 in the Comhill when the authoress Mrs Gaskell died Fortunately the work was nearing Its completion so that although It was not actually fin Ished by the gifted writer the plot was sufficiently advanced to enable us it make more than a shrewd guess aftht ultimate fate of the characters and to take leave of the hero fully assured of his ultimate happiness Another serial that was being written for the same magazIne when its author laid down pen forever was Denis Du val Thackeray Indeed was already in his grave when its publication com menced Three parts and a portion of a fourth were all that appeared and the story wrote the editor breaks off as his life ended full of vlgqj and blooming with nOw promise like the apple trees In this month of May With the fourth part was given a set of notes taken from Thackerays ownpa pers elucidatory of the subsequent de velopment of the plot Thackerays great contemporary Charles Dickens died too in harness For long his health had been but lIn different but he stuck unflinchingly to the work be had In hand On June 8 1870 the end came The morning and part of the afternoon of that day were devoted to completing the sixth num ber of Tile Mystery of Edwin Drobd but scarcely had he finished work and sat down to dinner ere he was seized with a fit From this he never recOV ered but after lingering some hours without regaining consciousness died at 6 the next day I shall publish late In this year wrote Laurence Sterne and the next I shall begin a new work in four vol umes which finished I shall continue Tristram wjth fresh spirit This new work here referred to Is the Senti mental Journey one yolume alone of which was ever given to the world nor by reason of the authors death was the Immortal Tristram Shandy1 ever continued Arcadia the pastoral romance which Sir Philip Sidney composed at Wilton House was never completed and ran no small danger of being entirely lost to future generations when Its author before his death gave orders for Its destruction Only about 100 manuscript pages of Benjamin Disraelis last novel which brought the story up to the first dozen lines of chapter 10 was UP Jbnt was written when the brilliant writer laid aside his pen forever Strength In Nntubom Fuddy The Widow Jinks lUIS four marriageable daughters and every one of them Is engaged What do you think of that Buddy Thata woman who 1ms to bu mojhcrInlaw to tour men cant be vcrj objectionable to any one of tlfoui lier dutlca will be too diffuse dont you know to be rigidly discharged Bos ton Tianseriptc i Splnnlnc nn Egg f Did you ever try to spin nij egg All you hrve to do Is to boll thecjt hard and twirl It In your fiiiRcrs Tldn try w1ll1tIts large end I Thouiauag HaTe Kidney Trouble ant Dont Know it How To rind Out Fill bottle yourwater dderareorderWhat Dojiteicfs knowledge SwuopReverywJthebackpartofInabilitytopaSsingUliquorginsQftendudnCdmes4msoonrelizedwon4crfulcasesIfhvehebestsizesYoudiscoveryi mike tbtIt bethsent a 1MiI a4dV sa Dr KIInIca edlroent or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid neys if if stains your linen iit la evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain In the back tl so rdlll effect t t tWhnwulttngntnttoe 1 I IkyLuutiveVM f9 h VI Ak f HIJJ1ULIfLffjI= 11 POSITIVE GUARANTEE SdM4 ly J Nty4M wit Area ft N I twiTMN MMty If SrxCafk Wiiir i Uver pewr aNc ta Cure YM v GUARANTEEI thetmoney Liver Powder on the return of thnIt euotv bottles the purchaser It baasfailed to relieve and otanyof Ute dlseates ton ureblmI is recommended This guarantee covers the use of a bottle or four 2SCv bottles or two months treat mentISigned Dr Giristedt German Liver Pow er is a wonderful remedy a pre script on used for over fifty years by an eminent German physician in his practice boUt in Europe and this country an4 sold b thousands of druggists allover tile world So mildly natural are the effects of this remedy that all Kidney and Liver troubles give vay to perfect heaUm manyhievery known remedy C J HAYDON can tell you all about Dr Oarliteds German Liver Powder it has cured many of his customers vfio are re- cominenJing it to their fiiends Better than testimonial Is the guarantee unaer which DP CarlStedts GermanXiyer P wder is sold If it does not relieve and cure yea it will you nothing go at once and pro takealongthisIguarantee Mambrino BOyYJr6997 Sire of Yolo 212 writ make the season of 1905 at the Fair Grounds stable at sb10 To Insure a Living Colt Matnbriho Boy Jr is too well known Washington and adjoinin counties to need auy Iongdes ription He has tile finest pedigree of any horse fn this section and is the sire of some fine horses Heiid 16 hands high solid black and is a handsome individual At the same place this seasOn we vi1 stand F BLACK BOY He is a black jack 15 hands an 4pne inch high fine bone and muscle and five years old He is byG T Km ber1inli Jack he by Ldgan Calowells fine Jennett Jack 10 hands and which took second prize at the Chicago Worlds Fair Black Boys first dam was a 15 hand jennett sired by George Tarkingtons 10 hand Jack called Painington which sold foi 2600 Black Boy has proven himself to be a sure foal Better He will make tbe season of 1005 at STO INSURE A LIVING COLT t George Washington Black Jack with white tips 141 hands high 0 years old and a good breeder He as sired by Prince of Peace he by Prince of Walts be by Gabe he by Peters old Black Hawk His first dam was a rood jennctt 15 hands high whose breftdlug was unknown George Washington will mike the season at S7 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT In each case money due when the mare is parted with A lien is re taiiied on all colts to secure service fee AH precautions taken to pre vent accidents but will not bs responsible should any occur Mr Smith can at all times be found either at the stables or in Springfield SYLVESTER SMITH i SON fj lJijjiJj ijWi w Again Ready For Business r We desire our friends and cua tomer1to know that the new machinery has been iriutalltfd iin our mill and we are once more ready for business Remember our brands Springfield Choice it IPride ofWaskiton Solid ComforfjIAt Ships uiT bran and mixed fecdif pf Cash paM forVVheat and Corns SPRIHFIELpJflLtJ JADOECXJtPUL r 1 t = JOHN SHUCK MOELBOY tI o wno b McEiroy fr Whartoh t Insurauoe ARea1lFt ih Firt Lift I TonMe I tt 4iL3Io14oDki JOfftce oyeptpoples Bank tPW d i ffr tfL tJ DIGNITY D71 REtt f No 982r Vol 5 AS H P v f1 IfQMlNDTALLQN t ah0ffan i1ayblack points white HlyoJl left kiwi feet aine y araG IIold J53J han blgh 1300 antallc lrl p 6uBte f shoulders a saddle horse head a114Hr oa kitaoe1 under kal t r k wk ttjoOften In model rin J and winning the bae MrlngIa every abew wokdal J inhis ij kerafll rinfsatsame age When a threeyear old fie was shown 14 tInes and ore 12 bhw strings ienthehas never been dsfeated ia da inoreof his get for jize syle and general conformation ad fon alt I I 11 poses He is saddle horse with live distinct gaits fast line actii raker rgood in two walks and a nice lope very positive In his trot uwkrsaddlelawlj t in harnessgrgatall around acttoo as is requIred fftran upt ate slree JJthigh priced sale horse for saddle of karnete He hsa sure aoesgk hsneshorse graceful stylish and fast bkow incan eighths I8i second a ig pit 1iJt with a kindly disposition fpral purposes of a fan if horse IkittlleiHi to sire parkers stylish graceful substarnce docility Ithas been tirea n horsemen that he is one of the stoat uniform breeder ia JCMtuckj lietypes his colt after himself has sever sirec a sorrelfcolt T 9It prott able horse horses for thefarmer and smajl bceederto produce lai t1ie bonwhich serves the widest range otpurpoeesell Sis colt are fcow olitfthe highest type bluestring wjnners froai the oldest to the youngest rt PEDIOImnSlred byChesterDarelo N8 H Rhe by Black qsirrel58 he by Black Eagle 74 he ky King William 67 fcebj Wartlaf tbii Denmark 64 he by Gain Denmark 61 he by race horse Da arkF S bxebf 1Mprtti JI1jj Hedgeford Dignity fiin duD Liaiemoat kf Wekhmoat Neti i T ATHR he by William Welch 341 be byRyaickaHamb4etonIni Jk DiiiittT second dam by Abc Uap Messenger 3rd 4am by Gill VerEt 4th dam ilJJ Thoroughbred Welcknonts first darn Pauline by iclae Forsat 22 iif Histonvihle r tractiont t 14recelve J escapes P ipne in residence call Hmtpavil exchange JI rLt 8i f I SUNSHIN I I ti00 Chestnut Stallion by The gatRed LeaI fi9B by E B Gdddard of Hrwdsb rr JSj V 4 owned in Springfield Will aake the jpIt1r f J of 1905 in charge of Sylvester Smith eV L iI fSon at the Fair Groend Stabieg 1 At 10 To insure n Living CdAt h lII f ri fI I e I I t11Il DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE 1 jii riSunshine J a beautiful horseand canstep a5sJotwIt1e d styleand action He is the liviag pictwre of Lord awe t the rr f I greatest show norse that ever Wore harness t h His breeding Is superb By the great ned Leaf tke chakn f w show horse of Kentucky and the leading 3ireef klfk claac road k horses and teams Sunshine is afull brother to Gortotte sariae t tlwand Glorious Sunset the greatest pair InKepitHcky Hut ifir t dna is Madam Wood byMadwood by Nutwood Madap Wiped is the dam of Wildwood which sold for 3OW His ileCKki BaU i rp ja by Balrosa GHief he by Mambriao Chief Talrd dapiJAwkfe antes by King Almont by Mambriao Kter aKMttet Alst fIII Fourth dam Roling1 mare 221 Sunshine was purchased and brought to Spriif eklt Jby a con W pony of citizens who are interested ia imiveftef the Jbr ed of fl horses in this county and all having mares to breed will do welt W to see this horse 1The usual rules and teams for breeding horse wlll1iVw fl tj W t it ti L A B U SIN ES SETioIuece 1 l rytbeoungan 7fkHtor young woman who would win stmcceae In life This kelaj cenc icd It1l Djiveryv ft Thh BRYANT STR ATTOflN L Crnr esnd w IIItIvss t I BOOKKKHEIINC3I HTHANDYIEWitTiNca TELiovertbeUalteStzteItw1U llrlllIctqr maMUfactarf PQltry lljbttttrer WcaolalliltctRtitSiIt1t toMth 1Ha fortuae aJMtter eit1ate thU Kelcrence excha SIMGKIW Joota 1 110IIe 1UaeT 1lt a bra n for tie and sak A ak a sure tb a Ip ff d Jt C Ka tSt t t A 1fT bofarinf frl tty from the- trkaIpo1ois of undige led bodt CX 0 Ormj or LUIa lite foot DaKiR New Life beIbtowbfrtv way to belr IOnIC laxative propertie 25c al C J Haydn drug store ulruteed