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H ABUSHEfy IN 1lIti Jsw1stflU1 vr SeresioI XII fi l COUTY 1 APRILO I9O 3 tf= jT 1 LOAI 1Jt 3 l t 7 JiEO SAYDOIT 8 B Tlrt IiJdon TIIeIIIOt J DERTAKER8 Aic EMBALMERS F b I in otock all k ndi of Fatt ra PHONE 53 tti OUR DIRECTORY 1 fG 1A i t f infto Co ritTr5 idieshof i CKiii0ont M 1R6 from tvUkotl Br town branch ol e aii4 Wafthyiilte railroad in l1uK a agricltsira1 disttct ks teleglapk t1r1phne eoaceIlOtlrmU1Sl lumber P6puati6iillOO jpop latiqn of 1S i a ienttiviu cgteSHonD r1 ftfc Jtfodjf Yi1lc Ky o utatht lIt Ktttutky Legi- h lg Hoii W T Clajbjfooke eiprescntatiYe inState Sen teHon r L2sea er Leb non Xy GotyctRcUJT COURT Kt J cult Court begins on the fourth In Febcaary May and OctOr tf Judge Durham Commonwealth At- a ipbell Clrirjk I acUraaQ Master CJommiss QUARTER1Y COURTI IrerlyCourt is held on the third I t in eack montbIit ey rudgeII t OUNTY COURT jJutct meets on the fourth e ich uthcjeyJadge a- rookr County Clerk Kayt Cbunty Attorney VIcorgeCZtlCttJaileroByron Croke Sheriff Osbornerj t t i f pcputiet James F Moore County Surveyor J J rRoyaItyAssegsorsT POBryan Deputy ertNoe Treasurer t jM Montgofliery Coronet 1 J W Bush Sapt of Common ekooli PO Springfield cr CITY COURT t aesR Noe Police Tudget it John Gra02 Mirsaal t7 W F Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICECOUKT Jhticfe Courts are held in January April July and October b Church Directory I i i METHODIST CHURCH Rev J C Boskinson Pastor Ser rices an the Tirs and Third Sundays In each month atil a m and 730 p m undycho l every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday i ifkt CATHOLIC CHURCHl i Jfcy EF Hennessay Pastor Ser ycesevery Sunday at 8 and 10 6c1ok ScrvJcesatStEcssame hourE CHRISTIAN CHURCH ixcj Kcond and fourth Sunday ifl cacti i month j PRESBYTEEIAN CHURCH f ReV T DLatimer Paster rjrcblnz every Sondayat 11 am f aad at T pm Sunday school everyi i V Siiwly lit 10 am Prayer f fTery Thursday evening at 7 ocloik i i BAPTIST CHURCH r J Vr iUvOW M Harrison Williams Pastor reacLing every Sunday at 11 am f aidt 715 pm Sunday SchooL every J i day at 930 anijPraer meetIng 4every TH day eveHiofiT at 715 oclock i ii f FraternalI iSt dcfs 1Jt ilA ONlC ODGE7Sprii3gf11d lodge f fjao so meets 1if8t and third Mouda iL W fCk Month JK stoitsrtottRA ChapterJNo 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council iJo52 meets i rfcrv lonrth Monday JCKIGKM of TJTK MACASEKS Meet j hPT fit SSfdiiefdav in each mm fi T HONEYANDTARThs LAXATIVE iiik fifTbs gnun- A TOLEYONZXTASl h PraYMow package Refuse inbSIMt4l Prepared onl1 y oloy mpn1hl pi w w 71 S W15 NEW =4L4DERf j o16SPRINGFIELDWASHINGTON T1JtTTCK FOLEYS r IIII III 0tJlROUNllJ Of5 11ll I i1m MOOo AS OItMay- By Maurice Francis EganS Champagne is well forJlrewood time And Burgundy when high winds blow And Bourbquji with a dash of lime Is good enough r days of snow r But May wine made in Germany Hit lovely May the drink for thee The symphony of April rain Is sounding from the roof and hill And through5tlieslnning windowpane eetJiewIidazaleasi1li Wilhfreshene a iifewi wineassweet I AWweet as Slayand May they greet Think ndtoh joyl6f winfers past Think notdelight Of autumns glom OldTime away his cloak has cast A doublegay of peachy bloom He wears tile fairystitched hose EmQssedwith every bud that glows There iis adaisy In his Jk 1Liie yellow tulips is his hair Of dandolioa shinsthe starap x 1Thatholdsthe bugle he doth wear Old Time is yeung he laughs he cheers Be singst Of hope Ofhappyyeirs- lTheresainber1 Iithe buttercup Which every bird that likes may SipSAnd many a yunker takes a sup Qf May Wine fragrant o the slip Of that green herb of German laud Which warms the heart and nerves the hand JSo sack and sherry put away And let the cobwebs weave and cling To port and Bordeaux bright Tokay Thall sparkle best in early spring For the herbbrew of Germany lovely May the drink for thee Ieconsidenib1emteIej aroused especially through the county by the preparatiOns for n improved telephone service which is promised the citizens of the county by the management the Cumberland Telephone Co under certain conditions Its a fact that has been appearent allthat no new lines have been run out in tine county at all ince the Cumberland Co took t charge The cause of this is attributed to the fact that the telephone people are compelled to operate under an old contract which went with the purchase of he fanchise and property of the old Washington County TeleI phone Co In consideration of being allowed to modify that contract as to rates and other wise the Telephone company proposes to greatly improve the service in this county and to make S and exten8iVeiaddition is prop ed new metliclong distance service in the place of the service now in use The concessions asked will include a slight increase for certain character of service in town but will give a much larger con nection and more free service throughout the county It is proposed to put in an exchange at Mackville and thirty odd sub scribers have already been promised at that place A canvass of the Mooresville vicinity has re sulted in securing about twenty five subscribers with more to hear from Willisburg is also counted to come up with her share The city council is treat ing with the representatives of the telephone company with a view of making the best terms possible for the town 1 ndcounty1 Izensthis matter of better telephone service were prompted solely by a desire to do something for the best interests of the town and county and their action is cojm mendable Telephones are be coming of such general use now adays as they are considered a necessity for the successful carrying on of business Almost every little town throughout the state now has its telephone exchange and every uptodate farmer in the country has his telephone connection with the nearest town Washington cpun ty has been falling behind greatly in that respect Nelson coun y has a firstclass service with five or six small exchanges in the ittle villiages and with a tele phone in almost every residence of consequence throughout the t Son county has not been getting lIly new lines to connect with Springfield has caused some o- citizens living near the counr lines tp secure communication 88ur other towns Bard town Bloomfield on the West are getting in communication with some of the residents of tJ1at end of the county and citizns in the North and Eastern part of the county are seeking communica tion with Harrodsburg and the outside world Realizing the factthat business follows a tele phone line our citizens ale en deavoring to afford Washington county citizens easy communica tion with Springfield the county seat and to turn the trade in this direction where it naturally be- loiigs SS OldlinCincinnati and other news papers the fight between the American Tobacco Co and ihe promoters of the Burley Growers Associa tion is growing warmer all the time The Cincinnati Post in a t recent issue says hMore than a million dollars is being spent by the tobacco trust to wreck tlie bnrley tojbacco growers plan for cernoring the 1Q05 crop of burley according to charges made by men on the i incinnati breaks familiar with the situation and in touch withp the trusts methods J They assert that the trust isiji spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in an effort to get the farmers overconfident so they will plant within the next two months such an enormous jcrgp of white burley that the market nex fall will be overstocked and acomer impossible Whether any such desp design of as is set forth is being worked by the trusts or not is hard to jin tell but everything points to a 3iyearthat backers of the Burley Asp sociation intend to do missionary work among the growers in anS effort to get each man to grow a cot servative crop Their great jit fear is that farmers each gdependinggrow the small cropftjUl plant v large ones thmselves If enough do this they will seal tne fate ofw the 3905 corner For if more n tobacco is grown than en manufacturers will absolutely need the corner promoters says it can be easily seen that a cor ner qn a majority of the cropa can not be effective i V l HAT REDDCTipN That re duction of 30 cents on the hundred dollars of taxes for then county which was made by thea IJiscal court Washington coun ty at its recent session has beenr the cause of iejpicing among theEj taxpayers of the county Any reduction in taxes is always welcome for there are fewer obliga- tiOns harder to pay or at least c that appear harder to the kvers age taxpayer The fact that Washington county is now about j out of debt having paid off theI old C O railroad debt whicht had been a burden for years makes it possible for this reduct tion in taxes to be mad3h tPaulA special from Paris says The body qf John Paul Jones the founor of the Americap Navy which has been found at last by Ambassador Porter proved to be in one of four lead en casketS unearthed Wednes day Three bore name plates excluding thorn from considera tion The plate was missing from the fourth This casket which was built to conform to the she of a human body was opened and found to contain a bddy wrapped In a sheet and immersed in alcohol It was well preserved The resemblance of the features to those of Paul Jpne as shown in protraitswas marked Trerewas no uniform or sword in the casket but this had been expected history ac I waystors of authropoiogy compared the bead with authentic busts A and dEscriptions and pronounced itto be that of the Admiral The face was smoothshaven and the hair slightly gray and long being gathered in a clasp at the back of the neck The liu n was marked with a J or inverted UPM It was found that the limbs were wrapped m tin foil and the body packed with straw 10 prevent it oscillating in the coffin while being moved Th experts were able to perform an autopsy and identify the disease of which Jones is reported to have ded The body will be changed an elegant casket and deposited in the receiving vault of the American Church until arrange ments are made for its removal to the Unied Statest The finding of the bodyis the result of weeks of search by Ambassador Porter who has had the old cemetery for foreign pro ttstants nil Paris hoLeycombed with tunuels and trenches in the search The place was entirely built up and many property holders had to be satisfied before excavation could be conducted Porter had secured a large ap propriation at the last session of Congress in order io enable him o conduct the search W1I1 Jllirst Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kidneys are deranged Folfiys Kidney Cure will cure kidney and bladder disease in every form and will build up and strengthen these organs so they will erforuf their functions properly No danger of Brights disease or diabetes Foleys Kidney Cure is taken in itne For sale byWood Wells ii fierce Storm f A fierce wind storm sweptt over a considerable portion of Mercer county Monday afterfoon and a aia at night doingii considerable dimag Sin the way unroofing barns blowing down fencing trees eteHemp I the fields which had not been broken was also in the line of and the loss will be- eavy The wind was acconv anicd bZ terrific Tghtning and thunder Near Dixville lightning struck the barn of Mr Arthur Huff a djj J was burned to the ground tojj mulejbarnesscorn ator and other farming implah ments A numbar of chickens ere also burned Mr Huff had 0 insuranca and places his loss about Goo Tbis was the j second time this bun had been by lightning the first lime being about eight years go On the farm of Mr Willard ndivier near town the wind lifed a hog bouse from the foundaliou arid carried it forI several hundred yards The barnof MrBarney Cox ear Rose Hill was blown down nd a considerable amount of proVender distroyed The tin ocf on the veranJer of Mr J Reeds residence on the Mackville pike was blown off1 At Mr Lee Vandivers a hay etack was carried away rnd a1 onsiderablearnount of fencing scattered The tin roof was blown from the residence of Mr Mansfield Bunton near Fbenezer n Shaker bend the gable end of he Daniel residence occupied by Mr John Champion was orn out and one of the children ad a narrOW escape f K m death i The storm was very tierce in his city but no damage of any consequence was loneHat rodsburg Pomocrat Apers j You know the medicine that makes pure rich bIoodjAyers Sarsaparifla Your mother grandmother all your folks used it They trusted Sarsaparillait Your doctor trusts it Then trust it yourself There is health and stiength in it I inffercd terribly from IndleeiUon and thin blood found no relief until I took Ayer Sarparm lour bottle perma nciitlT cnriNl me Hud E11 HAST Mt KUeo K T Looa bottle All drums11F s for J ATERCOI Tnwell Rich Blood yeriPIIIs lira gntlyiaxativsIThey greatly aId r Was Death j Natural Thinner William Smlih Dies at Maui Under Rather Udly Cir cumsfanccs rThe gtjeople in the neigh borhood of Mooresville and Maud have been considerable excitecdI and doing a good deal of talk about thedeath of an old mstat known as Tinner Smith at Maud on last Friday The im inediate cause of the death was pneumonia but some ugly re mors have been afloat since con cerning an alleged attack oh the old man a few days before his death which may 01 may not be true and which may or may not have had something to do with the old fellows taking off Tinner William Smiti was rather an odd character He was born in a little towii near ondon England in 1840 and had no relatives in this qountry al though he often spoke of a son and daughter living at his old home in England He came into the Maud neighborhood several years ago as a traveling tinner He stayed about the place and opened a little tin shop where he did little odd jobs of repairing He seemed a quiet unassuming old fellow but had the one weak ness of getting on sprees HeII would have these penodical sprees at drinking but even then did not appear to harm anyone but himself He lived to himself in his little tinshop One night about ten days be fore Smith died his house was entered itis said by some mdnfe white mon and two negroes so the report goes and the old low was givn a severe bqatC ijg He had bn on aprotract ed spree which was the only known causfe of the aU ck The next morning the old feUow was l able to tell of the attack which had been made on him index hibited numerous bruises afcout the body some broken clubs and switches and other evidence of the visit of his aljeged assajk ants The old fellow suffering from the effects of his spree and rom the beating and probably from want of proper attention took to his bed and nev irallied There were and still arer afloat ugly rumors about the un fortunate occurence but nov inquest was hed and no investigation into the circumstances made The remains were buried at Oamp Ground Saturday One night is all the time necessary to prove that Pinculesis the best rem edv in the world for backache and all kidney and bladder troubles If you have rheumatism orany other1 blco disease a single dose will give relief Sold by Haydons Pharmacy x SMoney Forwarded In the matter of the proposed electric railroad from the Jam berlan river to Hariodsburg and 1 Burgin there is nothing tto report thisweekEave progress Ast sated last week in the Democrat t the hustling citizens of Burgm raised within three hours the 75 asked of them to forward thett preliminary survey The peo pIe of Perry ville raised their iSr within two days Owing to ab i sence of some of the committee men for Harrodsburg the matter p of collecting the 150 alloted toIJ this city was not pushed u tira Wednesday but the same has been made up Mr C D Thom p son the treasurer of the Committee has forwarded the lulla amount to the treasurer of the road at Lebanon Thus thtamount asked for the preliminary survey has been contributed and there is no reason why President Azbill should not at once carry out his promise of having thec survey made The people of BUrgin are es pecially showing keen interest t In the project and their spirit of enterprise is worthy of n1UlaJ tion Perryvilles citizens have- been alive to the opportunity alsow cDansl1ethe road turned iin that JThectiont and will use every effort toacel complish that end Her Citizens eve say that it will be an injury u to Danville to have thp rpad built atthe trade of certain country dis tricts from that city to our own If the people of Danville are so fearful of this rescltit ought to stimulate our people to strive the harderto secure the very ad vantage which they fear That the railroad would be a great ad vantage to our citv and county there can beno doubt It would mean the brining tf people along the line to Harrodsburg to trade It would mean competition and cheaper freight rates and better service It would mean our being put in contact with wider and new fields It would mean everything that a competitive railroad meaDsta any town v A citizen of Washington coun ty was in town Monday insisting that the linq should go by way of Mackvile Harrodsburg Dem ocrat For ctt Abant Tour S1omac If your digestion isbad the vital or gans of yorir body are not fed and ndurisbed as they should be They grow weak e nd invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cares indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you haye a stomach from thievery day you b4giri taking it TIilsis because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you ho more Sold by all Druggists cJensonton J L Harmon delivered his crop of tobacco Friday to Fet rsonBros at 5c per pound Charii Cocanougher and wife visited the home of the hatters brdther Mr Bob Grain Sunday Onr sick are convalescent at this writing Mis Lou Carpenter and sister Blanch visited the home of their George Cocanougher i Saturday and Sunday j G orgeCuanougher and JM oyle were in1 Springfield Sat urday on business i The singing at Mr Jolin El b liotts Saturday night was enjoy edby all Charlie Cocanougher and Edd t purchased from Mr JohnTaylor some corn at 25p per barrel t The singing held at the home of Ef L Cocanougher Wednes day night was quite enjoyabJeII A H Grain was m our midst Thursday Mr Perkins our merchant isJ making a good head way We wish him success 1 CASTOR lAFor Infants and CMJdrtn I the Kind You HaY Always BMfM Bears the- SiiQat11re of A Poor Marksman b i John Shuck is a bold bad ne- gro but even bold bad men sometime get the worse of anar gument and thats just whatii happened to Shuck Wednesday i afternoon oForhas existed between Shuck and abnegro named Otis Vaughn Wedd nesday afternoon Shuck came toC the conclusion that the world was too small for them both and he went to Vaughns hqine with the avowed intention of putting him out of business rorkeept j The two met near Vaughns home and when within some sixc- or eight feet of each ottier Shuck f okeiIhis gun at his adversary nd pulled the trigger Vaughn adnJbnished Shuck to be careful what he did and riot do so oIthing be might later regret but Shuck paid attention to the and shot at him again Vaughn then became mad and Johns pistol away from him nd boxed his ears with a brick Neither of the shots fired by Shuck took effect but Shucks s face was considerably bruised bytmg in contact With Vau brick The trouble aroeovernsI c01rtyea1terday T given fifty days each on the n ileEnterpiiseC It is difllcult to cure a cough or free yourself from the dlsccmforta fa V old unless you move the bowels ctSOtlitbethe system Then comes iits sowthtar effect and strengthening inflweBO PrIvboopisg SndI tcasual to the original Bfres Laxative j Hohey Md Tar Sold by ffaydOHa Pharmacy N 11 A k J liBi a r ROYALJ tr 1i l C 4 rt ttit T Makes Cle t nfBr I+ I F 14 I f 1L11IfI With 1 L L rrIj Piinghthc handznosweator ll3 b the brow Perfect clcanlincu gr jt WI ij facility sweet clean healthful foodf1 3 b CobookFullInStructions tc ai Pf rr4t bicnkMIak f i d with Royal Baking Powder Gtstfj nftr siii jjJt k J IMQN owce co is WntM1 srL W YOIIk J t IMPROVEMENTS A sale of property was made last week which it is said will result in a new business house As aa iim provement for Springfield Mr Taylor Spalding sold to Mara James Tobin and Edd Boblitt the old livery stable property on the east side of Wall street half way between Main and the Bridge The price paid w 2200 which is considered a good figure for the lot as the building isof little value The new owners it iis said contemplate building a modern two story brick structure to be lied as a cafe and restaurant andI small rooming house It is notI announced just when york willI begin on the new structure but it will be erected in the near future t FiSHiNGPishingintHestreaiw about the county seems to better this season than for a number of years and some yood catches have been reported from the Big Beach Chaplin anaI other snufller streams Ttk thought that the enforcement I of the law against seining dyna mitingand other ilegal ushia iai having its effect There iis ixx reaSon why the stream ofr Washington county should Dot afford fine fishing for the sporbe man at times and they will if the law is enforced and every good citizen should bq for the enforcement of the law The fishing in the resevoir of tbe town water works isi also quiteH good and local ninarods are having fairly good Inck with the smaller fish which bite quite freely at times TWIN MULES One day lastl weak a fine brood mare beloeg ing to Mr Jas Moran of t1ftJ VaHey Hill neighborhood gav birth to line twin mule polts Both mules were over iSp incke in height of good muscle and veiryj well developed in every thtrespect One iis a black while the other is a yery light ay Both mare and colts are omgwel and the owjier is quite proud of them Make the breath as sweet as a riMe by curing IfldlgMtioB and Mttr Mw ach with Kodol DycpejM a Cure A pteataai paktabl rfcooBtntctire UsuebUdJ difesUatf IL L Rib oclc Amberit Mien SAYS I have takes a greatt IBIHY remedies for kijJi eqai tOtkhalrIgut what YOU eat rtt 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SPR1NGLDIWELiAirIsoN 7 J 1 t e p dl1 L15 II1I fOU lt i JwP Iii4 t ovvsks bt sM- ipt te1tttt1 ettJ aausti III = dI l J J t 1Ijl 4 rpb1d- tiJ t t 25tt F ti UDAT APRIL 13 190Sr Y14l h Wi gtst rpsrteey he reuft of p conflict winch is anticipated JIIt i li H yut e Riwswii and Tapa mspeiwwi tmAirhich iis e pectI r sod tIK w Thefcitesti i t t Lospperbasa Ma i1a ipick yj1i that sixteen Jr and torpedo l iiiiin crrsiitiMttoyers were seen scout W f1lf 4Bk c Point The A4aJty t1t Petersburg has t r oiittd ewsfrcm Eojestvens kyt iiitt bat the censorsliip jMppriMU the names of theI b 4cw wb rf th dispitches were hid 1apaHte newspapers are pingi itroof ly against the rQftbeEiissian fleet in jKs rnhByind the inacton 0c At tatj5jl is statedI ttPrsac is taking every pre CMioi k prevent the infringe i BiMit of iwtttrality There is no J im 01 importance from the- M cfauraalind campaign andjr i Bp trkwi fightmg eems prdb bl iee under several weeks TJaSt trt1ofJes Hargis ofI r JiWtttt county fame is in pro TitLiinp l amid greatt f irist vSom damaging testi v iioiiT is b inr brought out which r to fmp1i etbeBrei1tbett tt ct4 l ider in tiM murdor off ockrell s well as Others A v eonvkstkHi ini this case would jc gtinly have a whopsonve rflftc ono of the outlawry hiCh has prevailed in the moun Wia coimtffs JFor yaars much to tbt dui riceof the State 4 i l t r 1ri mK t Mrv Frtpk hand wife spent Supday at Willlsborg Mrs Lizzie Ceelin wife of Jprdon K Unage3but 75 yr die1 of pneunomia on April 14fh SiQ leaves a hosti of rcUtivesto mnra her lossI Wr Semor K1ingofB1andin r vrilte was called here by the death o his mother 41 Meers Black Johnson are showing the largest and most cop te stock of gQod broBght to this placed everI Jfn C5ronch is outhe sick 5tthis wrimg vpild Poster sold a calf to Hdberb 4 1Bnor95O i ftp C Sp maker and family lIent Sunday at tbelhome of p iLThothsop- I L riasantHiIIi t 7 4farmers are afraid that i th wave has injured iiiii p4tnts tbeirI f A Bill Dennis of Indiana 3bro4her o Grundy Dennis our nndcrtoiker is visiting relathes hart also ieUing rights to make Vi1ent vaults composed of wire icement a4 sand Ihey ax t 1ttp be1ostroijglhat 1 ma PfJnt b pair them with cjfMp hathrnr I Mr Iftffi I rrirger met wit sp culiar Experience while rid PifewJ fd 18agoais h t 1tew off aid his horse threw jhina and wljlVehe wpnt for his vh t kis fcer Tan on pas and vben he hdsecured Ens hat he i stHVted Uflit1in pursait of his UiCmysterious wSv both foe bogIt nKokevet valuable 1 lrandV1fe t Charlitr CharliLry riedger iis still in Nt llWtuo- ne i4L4I farmers in this uthtyive pjanted con i Aft Be tiJ Crtrfksey vlsifed riittffbt Mrs DAve ConTt ii4 tjIr j Iiytcar iJl taegocg- oodt 1 tksPsI Dyi TM Scii Jby Hardons q 7 d r tij p r w r T VV IiT irlrlrJ iru J Ui is rJjiJisWJirr Ji ir Ncws From The CountyUlI- IIIsALIIIOItIIScoMatyP I rc 1 rcc aiI 1rted rCor i I iIIJ J11 II p F1anFGrvP fSalTukiach IyiI L Im a1a1 of a buggy they had ciO lt was oP of ttheii t ffoffl tire buggies ever 1 ulti into Central gentuckys JfJfte Rev W T Qyersireet tilled his regular apporotrnent bere Sunday last Qwing to bad weather he was compelled to preachtoa small aaudience JMrMic Leachman Jr has dlom an extended trip ihrough the West v Society Is jetticg tohe s6 Costly and tony In Pleasant Grove that most all its members have withdrawn 1 Unoy one ffellow thai is still hanging on at J cost of 15 per day and he has no more chance to get married tIhanrhaveSMadams Bessie and Pearl Thompson spent Saturday wih their mother Mrs N P Thomp son Mr ByonParks and Miss Liz zie Mae Gregory will be the pleasant guests of Wrs LM Gregory this week Dr Ra Williams of Ash brook was here lasi week thei VanArsdareTheIr e eSunday night played bavoc With the young tobacco plants and it has since been re ported that the crop will be 85 per cent short this year but the foresightidness of Arvin Noe and Loyd Colvin resulted in their beds being covered with straw and pract cal y no change will be made jn tbeir immense crop any morethan they have pffered- to engage it at 1 per pound Mr Ry Walls his returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Mackville Miss Hettie Rudd has just closed the unexpired term of Miss Elizabeth Roberts scbcol Thfc Work was completed satis iHCtorily and we congratulate MIss Rudd Mrs Mary Hines who has for several months been ill from the infirmities of old age passedi away last Tuesday at the home 10f her daughter Mrs 0 W- Hines She was 62 years of ago and had been from childhood a devoted member of the Christian church S ewasa loving mother and a Jriend to lbHerpast was pteafant consisting of deeds of kindness and lifes duty well performed Her future fhould be a path strewn with the most beautiful find fragrant flowers Thatt home in which she reared jiher children was a model one j andi rightlybroughthood and when they pitchedtheir crafts upon lifes sea she was light for them to bg constantly guided by but alas her mission on earth was full filled and thi deathanget called to 111rober to yon golden sLore where there iis sweetfpeace eternal rest Messrs GeoPe Rob rlson andI Wm HAgan of Grocery Star fame spent Sncday with friend in the Grove Pucm olthusSlorcI Farmers of Cbiisyplantingcorn tcbaccoeI LHachett0 mllm 00 cresoflnd at2OcregOsession ImmedultepLouis Yankey bought of Tomii JJlat Devineone6yearoldcom bined horie for 75nOar Bottoms is erecting a i new store at this place Wilfba open by the first of May O car is a hustling fellow and we wish him much success with his new toreaJoe Harmon is erecting a new building on his farm near hereff Joi says be is proud of his tome and Js spending both time andI money in making his premises ship sh pe Mr Cotield of Kiiikwood is in our midst buying tiniber at 1 a hundred in the treeT I Mrs Leslie Mayes opened up a full line of millinery the first of last weektSeveral from this place atten ded the supper at Mackville Fri day night Mrs Matt Harmon has opened up her school at Poper School house with goodattendance Miss Elsie Leonard of Nevada is visiting Miss WoodsitJ Yankee this week Sady and Ethell Mays andr brother Bob were the guests of Lois Dallie and Woodsie Yankee last Friday nigbt John Russell sold to his father one combined orkhorse for 65 Professor Sanders wiUopen a singing at the Deep Greek church Saturday- t YalleyHill After such blizzard as passed through ourvillage Sunday we cannot find enough news items to till a perfume bottle andiI what are left are not very frag rant anyway VMrr Amanda Goatley spent last weeK at Cedar View Mrs Benedict Janes vigited I Felatiyes io this section Friday Cp Van B Tiler of Crriakes has removed his house hold fur niture to the ho ne of his daugh ter Mrs Ben Janes of this placeS Mesdames ThomasBaker andI S E Pile spent Sunday with vMfs Edd James of Secuonville JThomas Reed recently sold to Thps Simms of your town a buggy mare at 55 Deliveredj SaturdaySH M Moss and one of the officials of tne Am rican Tobic co C visited the barn of W F Moran containing the small por ton of tobacco of vlr Thomas Reed ihac was saved from the burning barn through the un tiring effort of the mauy specta tors But owing 6 the smell of ifsmoke there on they coald not handle it and Mr Reedwli ship it J Miss Bjgrtba Edger on one 0 f Dillsboros highly accomplished young ladips spent last week with her aunt Mrs J L hrai- i i of tills place who has been i Quite ill but is convalescent at this writing Mr Edward Goatley and wife of near Maud visted at thee home of N W Say ofClOak 3iH51liSattirday night and visit p1 Mrs las Goatiey atuBay View V Sunday SClyde Ueddicks spnt Sundayr with his parents in ihe Sc etcc Hill vicinity It L Gjatleyard wife visitedI relatives near here Sunday Oh we almoLt forgot the gen tie Hillsboro conespondents fri vitation tf last week but are uiii TIiatEasterDillner i Should callI for somethitig extra so let us furnish you from our stock of i IiFt negfjr e e somethipg special ioi the 0ccaSiOI1i iWe have in linea fancy of a good things such as t f Safad5cf i t Vafc GTub SaadDre5sng tai tOlives aba Olived Salad Abparagus tPoints and many other table delicacies j Alit c tVEUEYTkBLES 4IC31 JII ilcEtROY BROSe I II j 4 44c444 ladto4y rthat IIIIIIIIlx gi lythWthing Lucien i stou and wife oftII ear Hillsbprc yisitecl relatives in this yichiffAr Saturday andISunday f I Gilbert Donijhoe visited friends at Hillsboro Suoiday As a certain fellow almost disI bkd us for saying that Earnest Goatley and Frank UNeal were at Hillsboro lust Sunday we apoligize by snymff that it was Jlydel Goatlpy wh hud Borrow akJdidntr lni5 Your correspondent celebrated his thirteenth birthday anniver sary last Thursday and the most WeJcorred visitor arrived at 9 30 the NEWS LEADERS Of course Jt was the 13th of the month and no wonder I am very unlucky Hark Shehan of Science Hill visited in this vicinity Sunda- ylMr Earnest Goatley attended a set bark near Moorsville Saturday night While talking over the phone Sunday ve hoard a hundred ani one say Great Scotts aid you ever see the beat to this Why dont you know I have beans peas tomato plants and cabbage set out and it makes my hear ache to see this snow Well Ii guess it made the hearts of those poor garden products ache for they turned black as the Ace off Africa UNO Macjcviile Miss OUie Shewmaker has re turned home from Bowline Green where she has been at tending school Miss Mary Birch was also at home from Friday until Monday Miss Bela Brpwn had her sale Saturday afternoon Things sold well She left Tuesday with her children for Seymore Ind whfre her husband had gone on before to get a place for them Miss Leonard from Nevada 1was visiting Miss Jva Turner Saturday and Sunday 1Mr Sallees family have re turned to Barrodsburg afte spending one year in Mackville visitingbisa week or two Mr Henry Ron y died Sun day and was hurried at Stewart Monday afternoon lIe was only sick a few days The supper at the parsonage given by the ladies of the Methodist church was well at tended and was a success in every respect Every body seemed well pleased They realized about f35 Mrs G V TodJ and children have gone to Somerset to visii her parents Will remain about two months Mr Wra Wilham is tearing down his old house add will putt up a new one soon I under stand there will be two or three new houses built this year Mackyille is improving fast We wil soon have a new church and it will add very much to the looks of the town Mr Paris Peter isquite sick this week MAUD Mrs Edwaid Nallj of Bards a town was the guest of her parents here last week Mrs Neal Bodine and siteMiss Lill Shehap spent Friday at the home of Messrs Albertt and Charey Shehan Mr 0 S Goatley wife and two little sons visited friends near Valley Hill Saturday and SundayMadams Kate Virgin Peter Shehan Jennie Barlow and son Dixie Edward Goatley and sons spent one day lastweek a HillI wife andI children were guests at the home of Mr John Virgin Saturday and Sunday Miss Della Vinrjn was calle I home tram Bowling Green bv tha iillness of her uncle fc r Albert She an Mr Willie Shehan and wife Mr N Bodine and wife jj Misses Josie and Lil andI were inBardstown last Monday shopping Miss Nellie Andrews continue on the sick list Mr Ham Shoemaker of ner Bloomfield wa s in our Sunday middtl Mr Eugene Shehan who tehd ng school in Louisvill spent a few days last week at homeSMr Shouse has removed his saw mill from Van Buren to the farm of Mr E T Virgin Frizzle Head t Backache is never known to Lose persons who take an occasional dose JofPineules TLe value of the icsln obtained from the Pine tree has long been recognized ia the treatment of diseases of the bladder and kidneys Ono dose of Pineules will give relief Hand one battle will cure Sold by- aVdoS8 Pharmacy 7rc Democratic Candidate r foflowrng gn13aswvre Acctered tbe wMnlneei of tbeir prif for ue Jpctive ttt1c ulli M M tb D moertie pripimry h14 in Washington cd atyAii llUost 6th 1904 TheyJar tob brat the regular electkm be 190J5 it8eYIForCounty Clerk W F Booker RepsiiViiveW D Claybrooki or Sheriff J S Osbourne Supf of SchoolsJ W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner JM Montgomery Texas Mrs H J Cocanougher Wa visiting in Mackville Wednesday Mr A L Litsey of Pleasant Grove was here Friday and Sat urday Mr Clarence Goode of Jensonl ton visited relatives at thi place Sunday H A Moss of your town was buyingMr Tom Begley and Miss p1eanntlyof the Misses Hatchett of Simmst Saturday evening Mr E N Kimberlin was in Louisville the first of this week Mr J S Claybrooke and wife visited the formers parents Mr J R Claybrcoke and wife Wed nesclaySfMr Jake Kimberliii of Nash ville Tenn has reLUrned home after a short visit to his uncle Jake Kimberlic of this place Rev Hoskinson of yoortown preached a splendid sermon to a large crowd at this pace TKurs day night j Dr James Purdom of Louis yule was here Sunday to see Mrs C F Kimberlin who continues very sick Mr J W Funk of Simms was here onday Willie Gibbs is suffering with a very sore foct caused by stepping on a nail Messrs L B Purdom Leon Bradshaw and Chits Wise a t tended the supper given by ft ladies at Mackville Friday Owing to a severe cold Rev J W Campbell was unable totiU- r his appointment at Stewarts Creek Sutdjy Willhelm Peterson and wife were at Stewart Ky Sunday afternoon Messrs L B Purdotf Jordan Goode and Chas VIse attended the Literary Society at Thomp spnville Saturday nigtit Mr J D Peterson is ill at this writing Rev R L Purdom filled his regular appointment at B thle hem Sunday but owing to the weather the congregation was smalll Mr Jacob Peterson who had been confined to his bed for sev erai we kson account of a broken ankle is now able to walk with crutches Some of the young ladies mjght be interested in knowing that Mr John Best who is now keeping baton in a new house GJrIn Won fHaiB DTftifc DeWHts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been mam famous by their certain yet and gentle action upon the bowels liver They have no equal for bilious ness constipation etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you feel sick Once used always pre fenced Thuy treiifthd Sold Iby all Druggists ANTIOCH Last Saturday was Justice Rileys court at the Court House at Kirkland There were several cases on the docket but tbe one that attracted the most attention was the case of the Commonwealth vs Wr C Drufy for obstructing a public road which peremptoryinstructions W F Neikirk appeared for the defense arid Capt John Bar nette for the prosecution On last Sunday the 16th we had a severe snow lusting one theIsav at this wri ing what amount of damage done if any But these things will happen- I noticed fn tho NovrLeador hat Mrf B Hawkins is call ing for suggestions for a plan so the farmers can control the tto bacco crop for this sear It does seem to me that there is only one sensible plan for the farmers and that is to plant only one half as much as usual that would settle all just ag the for mers In the S uth are doing m regard to the cotton crop We cant expect to get paying prices so longas we glut the market with low grade stuffOf fir Sale Any one wanting good work mules or a two year old mule rclll on J F Keen R F D No 2 Springfield Ky aJS Wi4IiibwA Jrfbs AWM Mcllvoy and Mr Alvim FMer YnUd friertfca ki- Harrodburg JBaterday and Sue dfT Dr John Yak and Dr Well Alefldd tbe UppH given as Mackville Friday Rfftat Mm LulafEarl Macritt is vii tinJhet sister at Chaplin 1Mrs1Iinf was bur 4 hre oiBrb Sins ducting the funeral service Mrnil Mrs Sleet Pinkston placeSundayt Mrs Linen Birch returned to her home in Louisville Saturday after a short stay here with Mrs Greenwood Quite a crowd attended lodge at this place Saurday nightIMiss Fannie Shely and Mr Miller Birch Miss Annie Mull voy Me Alvia Foster attendedI Ben Hurr at Louisville saro MulJin reached at thi place Sun1ayS It lis a pleasure to take Dr Dades Little Liver PiUs and enjoy their tout Haysdons Pharmacy THE DREAMERS By jMakiaar Their VlIaB Pr etl wl They Achieved leeeM If Columbus had not dreamed of con Unents on the other side of the ocean to balance the lands that were known if Cyrus YoField had not dreamed of a cable for communicating across the ocean if Professor Alexander G Bell had not dreamed of the possibilities of talking across continents by the tele phone if Ellas Howe had not dreamed that there was an easier way for wom en to do their sewing if Robert Fulton bad not dreamed that the Clermout could sail up the Hudson although the world doubted and ridiculed blm if all the people who have given the world a lift by emancipating it from drudgery through their dreaming and discovery of a thousand ameliorating appliance and inventions civilization would be ia its infancy today Oh how much we owe to the dream ers But all these people made their dreams practical They reduced them to realities before they wereof any LhaveL known butfCaine back with sometbin tangible Make your dreams practica realities on they win be worthless Orison Svctt Harden hi Success Maga zinc A CURIOUS ANIMAL I erhc Sea Cncnnilicr Can Part TVlt and Replace Ita Orfcaaa Amongthc curious animals which in habit the set we may take the hole thuria or sea cucumber so called fro its resemblance to the cucumber Who this animal is attacked by an enemy i docs not stand up and fight but by sudden movement It ejects Its teeth stomach digestive apparatus and near ly all its intestines and then shriven Its body up to almost nothing however the danger is past the axis mat commences to replace the which it has voluntarily parted with rind in a short time the animal is perfect as ever It was Dr JohnstouQ kept one In water for a long time and one day be forgot t change the water The creature consequence ejected its intestines nnd shriveled up but when the water w changed all its organs were rbpr duccd Although the animal is n t eaten In Europe It Is a favorite wit the Chinese and the fishing forms ai important part of the industry otthe east Thousands of Junks are annually used in fishing for trepttng as the anl mals are caned London TitBits THE SOCIAL CLIMBERS Ever DUe Eea When Tile Reach the Pivmaele In New York the dissatisfied man or woman who has achieved the full round of society anti discovered Its ut ter vanity if not Indeed worse may- imagine if not familiar with London and Paris that In those cities exists a Iesuperior classof men and women more less brutal than those SlSlintcllcctunlnud uvs The Chlcagoan Xcw York hopes to discover in Manhattan something dif ferent from that which is to be loan i in the western ri y The resident of Omntiii perhaps thinks that lif she could attnlnChlcngo she would find her Ideo1 society In Hastings Nob doubtless there are very many who think it would be a heaven to attain social prominence In Omaha And out on tbaI prairie are scattered hamlets In which many socially ambitious young girl and mothers look toward Hastiuga a a sociiil Mecoa it all reminds one oft the translation or Omars lines Till on the stilly tapi of heavens stair clear eyed I looetnnJ laughed and elliot ed no morcJobn Brisben Walker iIn Cosmopolitan IA FAMOUS EMiIiy FVAn as true as I icu you doctbr dear Im feelin finer thafl cTcr Vvc bee CThe poor consumptive should no M the victim of experiment M he oftea itbut the moment the dreaddisease manifests its presence he io1d be give Bo scbees German Syrup pure offko lhohmedicne that is iuae specially for flhe cure of ccinsiiniption asd Jlas a world wide fame as a certain reAedysfor catArrh colds coughs croup sore throat- and all bronchial affection ia old and yo fit is told im all dvilued coaatriet and few beta famous ala cowwiuptiott bw for almost half a ceatiarySfTrial bottle asc Jig bottle We At drsUIt thocst the weeld S jsll For salel aTHtydons Ptiarmaoj r E The New IMy Stab I rIcndsscted by itTTEISB8BROWN Jlilrt11T3 equipped fQ1JIJtI and sae ani fhonMIa Ashre of the poWic piOroaage iaao licitduc1 our eoJeftvor iIJ1sei 4JPirat Class Equipment For1avclina Slesrnen Hauling Done 1day contract Ii I Main Street opposite Op jra RoUeiPbone 5 888 i i riLlsf Necessities I it We carry many artictei that have ieeorDen Etf cessities because they add materially let the 1 t comfort of living durinfi+ tHe Warm wethcr4We Ir have onf hand j t V UV 411 ff Garden Hose v K ie d IitWith j ill axtui Xlaik rM1I iti3i Will wear arnItear rt5 t t t Oreatrx Freezers f Xi C j IIIoe We mafke a leader oT the Woi4r firkiicB rJ JsositLv lythLbetos the rketal Iitt t always gives satisfac- toaRefricratOts i V d fi fiInall sizes bothenalMiled Jaj Jisied- I Thettkaonecfthebeet irtdi fitlt 9J1 4II See our Apollo Washing Machine II the housewife can do Her own work with one of thesemachines A fun line of NIOKLE PLATE and ENAMELED Kitchen Ware I McElroy G Shulfz F SS j jg gLS ggsjSggT 1 The first National Bank SSPRINGFIELD KY I GilaI 118000 nS Surplus and Undivided PrMfrs 1OO I OFFICERS By 1 Litsey Presiatat JObs W Lewis VkePretii ilt- S A SIcElroy Cashier L no Cain AssiBiaatCaskkr 1t1 lSFoster Book Hpet DIRJCTORSB It Iitoey J W Lewis Slinejr 6f4nf P M Camp- bcll R H Edelen H 11 Giuady John Pelia toII We g14nlJverYfavorconsstent wlik safe bang Year IHJSJii ness respectf ullv solicited 1SII 11tb11 t + lh Talking MachinestA JIIA I am agent for MTtral kinds js i c TE I4H k W Handle the VICTOR TALKING J CBINS thp fgreatest on the market f 1 t RECORDS AND surriiBs r a of all kinds lneludnt the latest pduc4o o recr r I of fanif u bands speakers sonjft Ke ji t 3 Agfnt for the Colirmfcla Record in iJ it ED H ftUMELL JwIr f li V ff ttfYour Bepairmg SolicitedJ iSbbpS o Oppisite Opera EMU ItI am prepared to do alll kind of repairing onjBootf and Shoes Machines Umbrellas Locks and Guns FurnIture re psir edf and Upholstered ticis s rs Rais rS and KniTwa ar petted Sw filing In fact I can do all of w rkin the repairiay lines Work guaranteed GEO B TAYLOR r1r ry 1 SieD4J11OC1aJCCCl1Gr 3m3mWffi snicI1SfJ Oc8ScUre TRAUEMAaKS to IIJ pntL11rl by tfbft or 4 l- I stand O Mk kindu JAMES A COX 4pM for tIJ unKiiiwuw 1jl 3iakM 1scriiaja1t iretirM Fri4ayaibt a jj JJlr J s CB LIQMORNS L Pure rd be1rn1 ot r IthHxLCSfrom lpri aiiiiiQ staraio g0ludnoothirkin4 forg IIlOOfI5e1Wfbre- ggi 80 qMthsl ridao 8 t ftPrIe1dic7 t Ii ta IILt 4Itf1gbt up U col YCMm Mw atdhK ttk MhmZan stops cesail kind of jr and prot ru nK piles 6ld byiHaydons Pharmacy Foieys Kidney tlrowli = kk1tu ad htdrkr 1stbt 4 j F JI i 6eSOWEItS I j V 1 y1z v r T i f j t lRi oted Mt JM tfcsy Isjj Mmt j otfoeles3 wHfciWr tab wrfoML Ifkggfe sad IkINJ mod wafcWof Vim He f4osf te dIe 4oor which win of solid i iadm tiiick and examined Hww iMkl been toceIIIrL 4i to bolt or Wck or Mage ft 4 Md few JfssiiA from the T B took slowly around meas wiisf the 4ttaac k 11 ata ot lU he said r at 10 8 Ms la k dull olceI WiSL wfewd at tbo 1QUod0f It rv 414 Bot UMwef at once Sbt6 after tW winner of n B wsfcl t Words vrktck Will never bt fonotteo IT their hMrer t a sWotM to BM jkc wUd vltb a a wtIi srt7 t tbb flt of its Wad rttat De CkawcvIHe died in tryts to o her Tteo rest must be vssIw pc n Osjpposn be west after a I ps o that Claud de Chaui Msoboon at QM bottom of nil Our o UMIi HHkefg been one dib stormy pctHRs diplomacy Vkovowr 1e bas COM trovbte has fol l tiit later By oooae means he ofo ovAdostt mootery over the qJ 4 to cBMfri br to obey his or TIIe Man be employed were i Ht bad it k bis power to r tociof and i itch affairs a I lo II beiptosM tate mny well iLi Mli tbt wbkfc aite may do Ina- f liof fe I teatjiae that he ttiu1 the poor lady Into ohedl that sb s Id 1q iot bk dsb1i decrgjia quaint 1uaBlcWnj he band owt eter the two mo 4IrIin mute prayer that they be torjtrs a fa ibjr lie Said ojre w toJvdte each other Ifj s sstrotbiit aH we might pardon Tb two Mfrnijut taipau motives are 1L ttioii awl tiarwas ruled by 0 apMKjMYfr MeJl her under tlip MMoroC ipieeiL panic I have tile workinc ef ber great jxmbi this isb ira probably deceived at a l ororjr torn fejr that man who was n lIiti lt4lUlflt hue repented of bor ctes wbea ibe heard the clatter k tW rteteif all roand the castle 1 4 aa ase obet did that I am sure she down berc to shut the door and 1 Clal d Cbaazvllle here They w Pfoteblj talking together when 1fol Who killed them r OOMO goyutd to this side of the castle M fowid tbeoa They recognized her tlso priaceoo They probably mis biot for the prince It is what all a eries af coincidences I wossdor wbat God calls Itr broko osT and stooping down he 4nw the lajpjtl of the Frenchmans cleafc gently over the marred fhce AM 5tsimeciberhe said that 1M irtod to save her Some lives ArC sc At M very eadS little reparation id Mritau IH ute he was her evil genius HTbost be tiled they trampled him un Jerfaat la ordfc to reach her Made ipoiooHe t wlM jjcw come Ke took Mangle by the arm and led bor fOsvtly away She was shaking all oror bet hiii hand was steady and W kbtiY XeledbUfiJ the narrow stairs to borowi rooom Inthe little boudoir Jkft jnu burning brightly the f teHsto were lighjed jut as the maid biNJl Joft thea at the first alarm JCsVpffe oat down and quite sudden Jr pM MInt latotears MetMBotx did not leave her He iiOoM boo lr gently stroking her obioJiM with his stout fingers He oaik mothlnc but the gray mustache S half concealed ills lips which twteted with a little smile full of ilrMMalKlsympathy JCooiot wal tbc ritto speak 111 rIght now she said Pieiltf ot wait any longer dnd do o6bk M A verjf weak minded per W PoorJEttar a Urimsictz iBored nway toward the i M ld poor Etta It is ot tooi jbooe wbo get on In the world who MMiitbe worlds pity most a4 tbe door he stopped jTe t M said I will take joy Afcin fe jaagland Is that agreea bloio moiselle5yrMs at klai sadly through her tears KYos I Oswald like that sh i said MTbsg ceomtry is horrlbje You are very Uoltome 4ewentdownstairs and found jiisTi atthe door talking to a young of espwho alqwly dismounted anJt- oilsiffed into Ve hall Conscious of hU fevMiant uniform of his own physical lt city to show off any uniform tiafMyantge Bo WM lieutenant Inn Cossack Mtii i tamd as he bowed tp Stein iitEt wbon Pajl Introduced he Swung oK bis high aJtrakhau cap with a flour lob obowiaff a fair boyish face Is be coallaued td Paul in Eng IJiiII Tbe general sent me over with sTootmiatof men and pretty hungry yojiwUlited tH a We have covered lio wbote distance since daybreak A sfputt Cw the old gentleman that I tb wbote countryside was about to ipIBltJOU TWJw spread the report asked saItL I boikve Jt originated down at the JII It has been traced to an old au aad bio daughter ottofpcd 4ir Lthlukj ifho took a passage down 1M river ut where they beard the ru irIdostkiew Taul aBd 8telametz carefully avoided looklag at each other They knew thatt 0crianad Stepan Lanovitch had sent bock assistance Ot eourae said Paul I nm very tad to see 04lut I am equally glad W totefora you that you are not wanted II othHuotx will tell you ail about it Mid wbett you are ready for dinner it wHt be ready for you l wlll give in otrvctioM tbat tbe men be cared torf TIia TJi fanny thing Is that I l aoa lojotracted with your approval to v t the place wader martial law and toiko charge ribatiriH at be neCessary thanks oaowif faaJ jrejng oijt of Jthe open stoor to Boalc to the wilt looking Cp ociu oobt for hie protection t VbJ lies young QJjfr was lang Jitlaltona fOthe ev ncr- t A bta Jorvan i faftiSyTigliiiad l t oooiMlA 1j1ilDII eiisz hurriedly iiiJ sd wbaf itrjr W the evening m kheatot world Know gthecoomity as they did they were oaoAiod to tell a true tale which was yot derold o that Binall personnl La tsrtft that gpMIpg IOVI MILl utl the world ever knew was that the PtfUfcSi J1IsvUTolled bv Ole m yUmtt llqantft wke nRemjt1ni to 1naiOl1staylitf iu the neighborhood met his th in attemptiiis to save hertr o- mttnryot tile mol tOn the recommeiidation of ESarl Steinmetz Paul placed the castle mid village under martial law and there aud then gave the command to the young Cossack ofBcec pending further Instructions from his general com munching nt Tver The officer dined with Stelumctz and under the careful Jreatineut Of that dlplomntlstinauguratctla reign of mill tary autocracy whicli varied pleasingly tetwecn strict discipline und boyish neglect Before the master of the situation had slept oft the effects of lila hundred mile ride and a heavy dinner the next morning Stelnmetz afld Maggie were ready to start on tholr jonrnej to Eng land The breakfast was served In the room ajjuttlng on the cliff In the dim light of a misty morning The lauipa were flight on the tibia and Paul was waIting when Maggie came down cloaked for her journey Steinmetz had breakfasted They said good morning null man liged to taut of ordimiry Wngs until Maggie supplied with coffee and toast and a somewhat heavy manly helJ1t1iof n breakfast dish Then came a silence f Paul broke it nt length with an effort standing as It were on the edge of theQrJLWa topic J Stelnmetz will take you all the wnyhe said and then come back to me You can safely trust yourself to his care Yes answeredthe girl looking at the food set before her with n helpless stare It is not that Can I safely trust Ettas memory to your Judg ment You are very stern Paul I think you might easily misjudge her Men do not always understand a wo mans temptations Paul had lot sat down He walked away to the winflbjv and stood there looking out into the gloomy mists itis not because she was my cous in said Maggie troth the table It Is because she was a woman leaving her memory to be judged by two men who nrc both hard1 Paul neither looked around npr answered It When a woman has to form her own life and renders ilt a prominent one she usvally makes a huge mistake of it said the girl SUe Waited a moment and tlIensh6 pleaded once morel hastily for she heard n stepapproachmg If you only understood everything yon might think differently It Is because you cannot understand Thcn Paul turned around slowly Np he snidlOr cannot understand it and I do not think that I ever shall And Stelnmetz came Intothe room In a few minutes the sleigh bearing Stelnmetz and Maggie disappeared Into the gloom closely followed by n con p eot Cossacks Dieting as guard and carrying dispatches So Etta Sydney Bamborough tbe Princess Howard Alexis came back after nil to her husband lying in n nameless grave In the churchyard by the Volga at Tver Within the white walls beneath the shadow of the great spangled cupola they await the tel diet almost side by side CHAPTER XL B ITWEEN Brandon in Suffolk and Thetford In Norfolk IP England runs a quiet river the Little Ousc where few aterjrhrecthe glow of nn April sunset a Cana dlan cnn c was mntihg its stealthy wny up the river The paddle crept In nn l out so jently so lazily and peacefully that tbs dabdilcks and other water fowl did not cease their chatter of nests and other April matters as the canoe glided by So quiet indeed was Its progress that Ivarl Stelnmetz suddenly white headed as strong old men arc apt to find themselves did not heed Its ap proach He was sitting on the bank with a gun n little rifle lying oil the grjiss beside him lie WAS half asleep In the enjoyment of a large Havana cigar The rays of the setting sun peeping through the lower branches made him blink lazily like a large good natured cat He turned his head slowly with a hunters jonsciousuess of the approach of some one nuLl couteraplated the canoe with a sense of placid satisfaction Tbe small craft was passing in the shadow of a great tree stealing over the dark unruffled depth A girl dressed in white with a large diaphanous white hat and h general air of brisk English daintlneKs was paddling slow ly and with no great skill A picture said Stelnmetz to him self with Teutonic deliberation Gojtt ptcturetoiman young Then his gray eyes opened suddenly and he rose to his feet i Colbssanll he muttered He drag ged from his head a lamentable old straw hat and swept a courteous bow Mademoiselle he said ah what happiness After tlr e years V Maggie stopped and looked at him with troubled eyes All the color slow ly left her face What nreypudoing hcreplieisk ed And there was something like fear lusher voice No barni mademoiselle but good have come down from big game to mln I have here a saloon rUle i wait till a water rat com sand then I shoot hlni The canoe laid drifted closer to the land the paddle trailing n the water You are looking at my white hairs he went on In a sudden nfccd of Jon versation Please bring your boat a little nearer The paddle twisted lazily In the wa like a flsha tall ttcr Hold tlght4e said reaching down a little laugh he lifted the canoe its occupant far up oIltotbc barn IInnd my white hairs he said a tap of both hands on his broad Chest 1I attach no importance to them she answered taking his proffered hand and stepping over the light hal wark I have gray ones myself I I tooI looking down JbluntnessJj J he said Will you sit here where I was sitting See i dress LhlspreaththIrug1foryour white T J IaggiepausedT looking through tile I howedone1or In the steady eyes which had always i been there which Catrlna had noticed In the stormy days that were past it ait fey tog she reoHefl J rwam wifn runcaux m xmtuo n a few days They dine at 7 Ahl1er ladyship is a good friend Of nxlnel You remember her charity bail in townt when It was settled that you should onie to Osterno A strange worM mademoiselle very strange World so smalll nod yet so large and barofor some of us Maggie lookedat him Then she sat down Tell me she said all that has happened since then I went back answered Stejnmetz and we were duly exiled from Rus sIn It was sure to come We were too dangerous Altogether too quloxtic for an autocracy For myself I did not mind but It hurt Paul There waif a little pause while the water lapped and whispered at their feet I heard said Maggie at length n measured voice tlnthe had gone abroad for big Yesto gnmeI4ireclId not go to America Inquired Jtnggle indifferently She was idly throwing fragments of wood into the river Xor answered Stelnmetz looking straight in front of him 2Jo he did not go to America And you 1ob1 stayed at home I have taken a hbUse It is behind the trees You cannot see it I live at peace with all men and pay my bills every week Sometimes Paul comes and stays with me Sometimes I go and stay with him in London or lin Scotland I smoke and shoot water rats and watch tbe younger getifcratlon leaking the dame mistakes tt we made in par time You have heard that my country Is in order againf They have remembered me For my sins they have made me n count Bon Dleu I do not mind They may make me a princerif it pleases them He was watching her face beneath his grim did eyebrows These details bore you he said No When Paul and I are together we talk of a new heaven and a new Rus sIn But it will not come in our time We are only the sowers and the harvest Is not yet But I tell Paul that he has not sown wild oats nor sour gropes nor thistles He paused and the expression of his face changed to one of semlhumorPus rravity Mademoiselle he went onfU has bean niy lot to love the prince like a son It has been my lot to stand help lessly by bile he passed through hiany troubles Peruaps the good God gave him all his troubles at fir tDor- oo thlllksc1 Maggie wf 3 looking tralght in front f her across the quiet river Perhaps so she said Stelnmetz also stared lin front of him during a little silence The common thoughts of two minds may well be drawn together by the contemplation of a common object Then he turned toward her It will lie a happiness for him to see you he said quietly Maggie ceased breaking small brandies and throwing them into the river She ceased all movement and scarcely seemed to breathe What doyou mean she asked lIe Is staying with me here Maggie glanced toward the canoe Suo drew a short sharp breath but she did not move- Mademoiselle said Steiumelz ear neatly Inman old man and In my time I have dabbled pretty cocply In trouble Hut taking it all around even my life has hind Us compensations And I have seen lives which taken as a mere mortal existence without looking to the hereafter at all have been quite worth the living There Is much happiness ia life to make up for the rest But that happiness must be firm ly held It Is so casilyrellpped through the fingers A little Irresolution a lit the want of moral courage a little want of self confidence a little pride and it Is lost YOu follow me Maggie nodded There was a great tenderness In bpI yes such n tender hess as resting on men may bring them nearer to the angels hers Steinmetz laid his large baud over Mademoiselle he went on I be here that the good God sent you along It ts tniidemalscllc- lthislOncly II river in your boat Paul leaves uie tomorrow Ills arrange jl tf rn to ijKjia nud slioot lfa Cow gave- Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk Is Nat res emulsion butter put in shape for digestion 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Paul may at least know that you are here He moved nway and stood for n mo ment with Ids back turned to her look- Ing toward the house The crisp rustle of her dress came to him as she rose to her teet Without looking round he walked slowly on The path through the trees was narrow two could not wall Abreast After a few yards Steiumetj emerged on to n large sloping lawn with Ulowcy beds and a long low bouse above it On the covered terraoe a milD sat writing at a table He was surrounded by papers and the pen In hs large firma hand moved rapidly over the sheet before him We still administer the estate sale Steinmetz In a low voice From our exile we still sow our seed TbeyapproachC11oer the mossy turf and presently Paul looked up n strops face stern nud self contained the face of a mann who would always have n purpose In life who would never Jbc petty In thpught or dccllrFor n moment he did not seem to roe ognlze them Then he rose and the pen fell on the flags of the terrace It is mademoiselle said Stelnmctz and no other word was spoken Maggie wnlk 4 on in a sort of unconsciousness She only knew that they were all acting an Inevitable part written for them in the great libretto of life She never noticed that Stein metz bad left her side that she was wnlkiug across the lawn alone Paul oame to meet her and took her band In silence There was so much to say that words seemed suddenly valueless there was so little to say that they were unnecessary For that which these two had to tell each other canqot be told In minute nor yet in years ltcanndt eyen be told iir a lifetime for It is endless and It runs through eteroltyr TlIE nsa A icnionnfrntlon Tommy and his little brother had been playing together most peacefully for some time when suddenly the baby gave a howl followed by n series of shrieks The mother rushed In and while soothing the trying child sought to Ibid out What limit hurt him Touiiuy resisted tier cro examination for a time but finally admitted that he was guutyWhattlill yon do to bl1n1 she asked pinWhatdo that forNurse said you couldnt hurt yourself with a safety pin and I wauled to see If it was so Lincoln Retort to Douglas Douglas meeting Lincolnoil one oc casion during the exciting campaign of 1800 made n characteristically unpleas ant remark saying Why Abe I remember you when you were nothing but n young clerk In a little western town peddling out goods at retail and selling liquor over the counter Yes answered Lincoln the only difference between you and me was that I was on one side of the counter and you were on the other The Era ofXollle What an age ot noise this Is Do you know any single human being who Is capable of being silqnt for an hour at a stretch I know two and I value them according to their rarity Not only docs everybody talk but almost everybody talks loud I went Into a shop the other day and the clatter of Conversation sounded as though the place were full of people Yet all the noise was produced by three Individ ads Why should they shoutLon don Truth daunt In England IThe time upper class gambles not drink the middle class drinks but does not gamble and the lower class both drinks and gambles It Is a characteristic circumstance that preventItIme tower class is in favor of legisla ties to prevent the upper class from drinking IGrent Inducement Gyer Fltzem the clothier is adver tising a slUt umbrella with each twenty dollar overcoat he sells Mrs OyerI Thats nothing bloom the1 florist is giving away the earth wltb each plant he sells Chicago News 7 orMDT 7LATi1 IS- TIE1C I E GALE1 VaIlorr WhoAhczridonata Ship Drottmei hose j Aboard naittltfjI j j Four of the twenty members of the crew of the fishing schooner Fish Hawk lot their lives recently after abandoning their vessel which had struck and was pounding heavily on Peaked Hill bars at time north end of Cape Cod says a dispatch from High land Light Mass Five others includ lag Captain Blyr who followed their four companions over the side had a severe six hour tussle against a frees ing sea anti gale In a small dory but managed to reach Provlncetown bar bor deaths and suffering would have 11be avoided had all stayed by their which a few minutes afterward made a miraculous escape from one of Cape Cods most deadl traps and four hours later was safely anchored in Provitieetown harbor The Fish Hny wasflsbiug off Cape Cod when the weather became threat ening nnd the wind worked arounti into tbe northeast Captain Bly decided to run into Provineetown but before he readied tile end of the cape the wind had increased to n gale end presently FOUR OF TilE SEAJIEX JTJMPED KTO DOIlY the little vessel fetched up on the dreaded Peaked Hill bars Captain Bly believing that there WAS little hope of saving his vessel turpedblR signal torch and then ordered his crew Into the boats lour of the seamen Jumped into a dory which was almost Immediately capsized in the surf Captain DIy tynrt four others who left time vessell a fftv minutes later saw their unfortunate companions struggling in the stirf and endeavored to reach them but failed Before the rest qf the crew could fol low their skipper the wind and sea had driven the Fish Hnykiover the bar an Into deeper water from which she was navigated Into Provlncctowp harbor f HE HATED MUSEUMS Thoreau Catalogued Them us the CntnbomljM of Xature I hate mustmms There Is nothing so weighs upon my spirits They are the catacombs of nature One green bud of spring one willow catkin one faiut thrill from n migrating sparrow woulit sot world on its legs again Tljp life that is In a single green weed Is of wore worth than all tjiis death They are dead nature collected by dead men I know not whether I muse most at time sawdustj1Wheref true cabinet of shells and museum skeletons but In time meadow where theI flower bloomed by the seaside the tide cast up the fish anti on the hills and in the valleys where time beast laid down its life anti time skeletonl of grlssWhatrlgUttImings on tltolr legs again with tliciri wires anil when heaven has decreed that they shall return to dust again to return thorn to sawdust Would you have a dried specimen of a world or fi pickled one Embalniin is a sin against heaven Iamid earth against heaven who has recalled the soul and set free the servile elements and against time earth which is thus robbed of her dust I have had my right perceiving senses so disturbed vcrltaIf ble living man fdr n stuffed specimen and surveyed him with dumb wonder n IhofltrangOfltaf the whole collection for strangest Is that whlch being lu many particulars most like 1s in some essential articular most unlike Thoreirus Journal In Atlantic hobart Uuriin Muse Robert Burns though he had the choice of such works as the Spectator Locko on the Human UudenJttmdlng and Pope together wltli odd plays of Shakospcaiv winch formed the staple reading of home nevertheless owed sOIisfThISU tier and sublime train affectation and fustian iIUn convinced owe to this pfacdce riiucli of my 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Kitlia yellow haired cavalier and a lady whose locks are like time raVens wing The lory goes with a swf ep andsWing that take thereader gal lantly to the end and give him a pleasant lime by the waNYORK TIMES J cOver the Border is a strong story of one of the most interesting periods of English history and there are no weak spots itx the atoryiINDIANAPoLISStxTL L A gcnaiae old fashioned IoKe in which the hero is bothiysmca1 ly and intellectually a gjat the heroine beautiful beyor4tk drrnuH of a Mphammerdaa wad witk e faults visible to there It deals swordplayhairbndth escapei wildri4ingandiovtcxcxxxATI TnaISTu A tnilhi roMCtis1 tbeMrug- ile bet igCks tbt flsM of Eqld CseslL- Tbelet r J f tli butjCjs 4 tiI Ii 1- slowewith hold BXAMINER one peiLv tliJ lThis is tine of Mr fla- 1 books 1tiinccompat sto ry Tue fiures of t1 drama a nierom1mttlieynreonigi a1 awL 5triJciiITxE CHUkCIL tSTANDaRD PxmruEuIIIA RomettJrra Othe a das g cksa sod pSLskwtcw MW1pS XlsJame stt C3J1Pystad oso tb iketj4eWt t 1onthMevtr Ilcdark 4ghs sad baiath capssNw Ygs cszsv I J 7 IIJ Ud2R4t JJSt- opfalliniatd cures dandruff And it always restOJtIrcolor tff trtyTStfr Sold forffifty yearsItarorab 1i ld INF1 NEWSLEADER I PUBLISHED BVBBT THDB8DAY I A YEAR IN ADVANCE MIr4CINIy IIt4IVersatile KyA 1et1Je ceived today br Dr A I A Alexander of Woodborn Pal from aitttonarj fretwi t ITua SAD Korea brought news tiLJ raujd rous attack made poe p ilv H Wsy tb ftmneriy ofi maillM bf a 004 of Korea ivbete Br PCVdY- UI1jwoeiwIedtiat was K WM o- iknostth ifee ihe letter wsr 1lb42f It would sur t ffat9e Dr Foraythjj who isi a neca1 ti1WcUed into the V ebttctry to attend a Korean gen llMiMMi wbo had been assaulted iSi WMwded by robbers After dvessng the anwounds Dr i ortftbw went to the nearby vil 41lage of MaBkolI to spend the J night with aoe friends Dur t iifg the night aa attack was t lmo ithehotiseby a cloud of Yre bfl8 From their cries a We have come to kill the Haieis it was believed that s a rebela had mistaken Dr Forsyth for a member of the liiiiiUa Dr Forsythe and hi It cp paBon3 were unarmed and 1ii Was cofcplet ly at the mercy ofhis attailants Ooe of his p Wars was cut iniwairi his skull was Xracttfred and he received I O t other jwerious wounds Hel al i m04ttbld to deth before the illt 3 native physicians who were sum fr Bw ed sttcoeedod in staving the 0 4oofblood J Newf of the attack was sent to j 7 the missionaries stationed at 1 Kiansan who came and removed r Dr Forsythe to that place it 1Dr Alexanders correspondent l stated i hatht would send arable jmHsa ge itltl eeventQf Dr SI Forsythea death As Dr Alex Jn irbasbeard npthing by cable V he takes it for grantedt that Dr Foreytbes condition ihas im nrovedI fDr Forsylhe is about thirty t fur years old He went to j c ifJCorea about a year ago as a med I icjrtl missionary under the aus v 1 picesrOf the Presbyterian Mission t Board He is related to some oftiihe most prominent families in Central Kentucky and isayoang 4 man of culture and refinement I He graduated from a medical v college in Louisville and practiced his profession in Lexingtont i1or about two years before going t toKorea Chat Ueatb Kidney trouble often ends iatally but by choosing the l igbtD1e iicineEII volfof Bear G rove Ibwa cheated death c He says Two years ago I hadE Ckldnep trouble which ciused fmcgreat pain suffering andI 6f aaxiely bat I took Electric V Bitter which effected a cOmj1 i plelo cure I have also foundI them of great benefit in general V7tktoUUv iril nerve trouble and keEp them constantly on hand since as 1 find they have not equaL 0 J flaydon druggist guarantees them at 50cv fits Fnm The rklllpplitsI t c Mrs Coir eU of Barnesville 4Ga has received from the Phil J ippine Islands four webs of the choicest of the native fabrics of that country so famous foruniquo 1 and beautiful weaving This cDtlr probably comes from Iloilo rOMOlol the great centers in Lqson the sre vtaCof 1M most exqul tUitalttasue and 1sbrIcibnin JiiI cloth woyefi from heap fber pin y frofiQ piae ppl fiber ba anasilr gad piimppte linen are alli woven eoiireJy by hand in quaint il l band looms ihe weavers beI iw the old Filipino women tiller to whom the art has de amended fromgeneratiun to gen eration Sa aitedon her heels before her loom you see the odI weaver patiently throwing the shittlc to and fro the fairy like twe growiilg inch by inch un der her Ungers When the web is completed it measures twenty thirtyIthree inches and the width be ing nineteen or twenty The web we were so fortunate as to see Was of wliite silk and fiber being woyenjn broad alternate stripes with an elaborate pattern to be used asa dress flounce accompanying This flounce is of the woven Embroidery unlke our own hand work yet of the delicate lacelik effect of Spanish lace Mrs Coruell jsnow visiting relatives in Danville Advocate f Lat flk Van snedp When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin IaH incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New 1sco7ery for Con sumption coughs acd colds Kept him outer his grave He says This great specific com pletely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over jO years aid consider it a marvelous throat and lung cUre Strictly scientific cure for coughs sore throat orcolds sure preventive of pneumcinie Guaranteed 50c and LOO hot tl sat OJ Haydons drug store Trial bpttle free Tkotfqtit Him Dead Last Thursday Will Hatchett of Mackville spent the day hereI and when he sarJed back about a mile from town his horse ran intolOrthe vehicle was turned over in which fall Mr Hatcbott was ie nd red uncoil scious Mr Birdwhistle who witnessed the catastrophe thought the young man killed and telephoned Chief Smith arid he officers went out to bring the corpse in but Hatchet had regained consciousness and gone on his way leaving his hat as the only vestige pf his escapade Harrudsburg Heralitj Men Past Sill in Baier More than half of mankind over years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement oi pfostale gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger aa it corrects ir regularities aid has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Bur nett Rock Port Mp writes Isnf fered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney trouble for years and after takinp two bottles of Foleys Kidpey Cure I feel better than I have forj twenty years although I am now 91 yearsClldu For talc by AVo 5d Wells A Sad Plight Last Tuesday night two of the most popular young men of the city made a narrow escape from being detached from their cOlD1 They went to Tyrone to the per iromance Topsy Turvy and rww afie being Ihorougbly refreshed l bjriheahowt they found that their eotIytIal Xra swell buggy hd its whe l reversed giving the kiss mequick motion and driving a very wild horse natur ally were the Imast little bit tim id But being made of thatstern reliable stock of which heroes of many battles are produced they weathered the discomfiture of the drive to be met by hostile men who demanded that they lludt which they did not do but started a running fire from their pistQlsand kept it up until the city limits was reached and hen retired with that exultant feeling which comes to the courageous after some feat of prowess For more particulars apply to Clar ence Wood or Bit S arcy Anderson News SHOCKING DEATH Al BandBlown Jamca Hlle Com miLssulcldcinuoliownastof The community was greatly shocked by the intelligence that thedead body of James Bite had been found under 9 cliff border ingthe town creek east of town Mr Hite disappeared from his home Wednesday afternoon be tween 2 and 3 oclock and notre turning during the pight his relatives l became alarmed and a search was instituted with the above mentioned result The body was discovered by deceaseds nephe Mr Tom Rite It was evident that the unfortunate man had committed sui cide as a revolver and small mir rorwere found near the body The weapon is an oldfashioned capand ball affair of 45 calibre It is reported that Mr Rite wus seen by a colored man about Jo oclock on the bluff and the deed was committed some time subse quentlyThe entered the right tem pIe and death must have been instantaneous He fell on his rigHt sUe with hand doubled un del him He bled profusely Although it was evident that he had been dead for some time the corps looked quite naturaloThere is no cause assigned for the rash act although he had recently suffered the fracture of a rib and had been complaining of ill health and seemed suffering melancholia a Mr Elite w san experl painter and Wa a quiet unassuming man steady in his habits and generally well liked He was aged about 57 years and was the spn of the late James Hite who died several months ago He is survived by his wife and several brothers and one sisterStandg ard Piratiu Fole g lloll1 and TardFoley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and Jung remedyand on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Folqys j Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute offered as no oth r preparationd will give the Dame milflly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children end delicate persons Fotaie by Wood Wells Through the Door Saturday night some one shot two bullets through the front TrapJikikWk ittktt i Bugeshy the CarLoad i11 i at of J l a4 tI how we deal in vehicles to supply our tradeYe have i ltvowarehouses full of buggies of all styles and prices and ti a have something to suit everybody S pn t4 Plowsl S Wagons andd Other mplementsl lIc We handle the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old j Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and Jg the best drills and seeders on the market g of iw7 vWecarry afull lineof Collars Hames Rlow Gear ndsWagon Harness or all kinds j I J of I If you contemplate building a fence jnvestigateourw PAGE and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none better I 3t Agents ibtr gasoline engines All sizes and best makes k E McCIure 8 WeIIsoid i + t ROBERT BARR Th3 is a picture el Robert Barr the distinguished auihor of OVER THE BORDERA thrilling romance of the times of Oliver Cromwell which will be printed serially I IN THISI PAPER 1hof our reader who have enjoyed Jennie Bax ter Journalist Tekla and other fascinatingsto expectinstory he has written PRAISE FROM THE PRESS San Francisco Evening Post IV One of the best that has as yet come from his versatile petU Boston Herald A prince of story tdlers is Robert Barr and right well does he de Iiistoricairomancfull starttofluishSt Louis Post Dlspatchr II donebyWashington Post This is the best we have had of Robert Barrs efforts and all rIDetroitFrceandhisIsflata II wmBoNichols who lives on the Perry ville pike four miles from this place Some weeks ago sOme ne fired through the weather boarding of Mr WIC Carp n ters hone on the same road The bullet passed through the head board of the bed jn which Mrs Carpentar was asleep Were told that the people who live along this pike are going to catch these scoundrels or go broke in the attempt There is a report current that they will employ a detective to fqllbwsome people out of town some night dnd see what they do on the way to their homes Several are talking of- etting shotguns and taking time about guarding the road to see what certain parties do while- raversing this highway at the ead hour of night Harrods burg Harald A B8rcdoYil Hide often ends in a sad accident To 1a1 useaucklenseepwound in my foot from an accident 1writes Theodore Schueloof ColumbusO caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at OJ Hayden druggis- bCommissioners Sale iCC Foster Plaintiff vs Otha Merritt c Dens By virtue of a judgment and order sale of the Waoblngtpn circuit court rendered at the Feb term thereof 1005 in the above cause I hall proceed to otTer for sale on tho premises atWillisburg Ky ON SATURDAY APRIL 15 1905 2 oclock pm or thereabout be highestidderof one and two years the following described property towit A certain house and lot lying and being in the town of Willisburg Ky the North side of Main street beginning at a point in the center of Main street in Willisbnrg Ky thence North a straight line with Isaac Cheatham deceased now W Shir y Co and corner to Mildred Shir ley thence East a straight line to same and corner to Tas Mcllvoy thence South a straight line with same and corner in center of Main street thence West with the center same to the beginning containing one acre more or less For the pujphase price the pur or purchasers with approved or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest frOm date sale until paid and having theforce and effect ora judgment Bidders ill be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C 725 Relate The Court Of Claims at Wash ngton ha jjst handed down a- ecisionwhicbgrants the sum churchlduring the Civil War when the church which was at that time almost cbmjl ted was used as a h bpital for Federal soldiers The claim has teen pending for about twelve ycirs and was secured mainly through the efforts of Attorney Black of Washington This will be good news to the members of the congregation and especially those who have labored to get the claim allowed Old residents will recall the time when the chnrch build ing was used for this purpose The claim is expected to bo paid within a short time Immediate ly after the battle of Perry ville the sick anti wcunded on the Federal side were brought to Danvillel and the churches arid buildings at the fair grounds were put into use as hospitals Danville Advocate A ThousanBol1asorthof Good I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones wIth excruciating pain says A H Thurnos a well known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I be Jan taking Foleys Kidney Cure then the results was surprising A few doses started the brickduatlike sub stance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a ness min It has done inC 1000 worthof good Foleys Kidney Cure will cure every form of kidney or bladdQr disease For sale by Wood a Wells J The RI bt Name isDeWllt DeWittfl Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and Heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K EZlchefoose Adolph W Va says UMy little daughter had whAo swel lug so bad that piece after piece of bone worked ontof her leg De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It jfc the most wonderful healing Balvfi tn the world Beware of cbuutcrfeits Sold by all Druggists Small Race War As the result ofa miniature race war between negroes and white boys at Brook and Market streets last night at 7 oclock Joseph Meyers a tiCleen oar old white boy was probably ffttolly f tabbed by Charles Williams a sixteen yearold negro The latter is still at large but his companion George Smith is in jxil charged with being an IMopestionRoberts Dr H A Cottell and Dr Simrall Anderson Dr Rob erts stated late last night that Young Meyers bjdan even chance to recover fr The wounded boy is a son of Abraham Meyers a tailor and assisted his father in his work Last night after eating supper the lad left his home at 226 Brook street He saw severale l negroes ard white boys standing I at Brook aad Market streets quarrelling He wked over to the corner and George Smith the negro uncler rrest threw a brick striking Meyers on the chin Before Meyers racovered Charles Williams an9ther negro rushed up and stabbed him in the abdomen The knife blade entered the abdomen perforating rr l otli an ordinary pocket knife Immediately following thei jnBrookptreet was captured at Main and Pres ton by Policeman Wicham alleyIBURGLARS AT WORK They Break Into Cam broils Saloon and Make a Goed Haul For the first time in several years Springfield has a real first class burglary to report toc curred some time during last Thursday night and the place burglarized was Will Cambrons saloon formerly Bert Thomp sous place on Wall street The full extent of the loss is not known but it will amount to a confiderable sum The robbers gained entrance in a rather neat manner and after gettjng probably about all of the goods they could carry away departed leaving no clew The entrance was made through a back window A pane of glass was carefully removed from the window above the lock and the window raised Kfie putty was removed from arounn the glass with a koife and the pane care fully removed without breaking Once inside the theif or theives proceed d to hejp themselves4 A Quantity of whiskey was stolen from the barrels and the cigar case was almost completely rifled of its contents Buttles of sine and beer are also missing and it is hard to tell just how much was taken Fortunately there was no money n the house and the theives did not secure any Change There is no clew to the identity of the theives but it is generally thought the act was was committed by amateurs The loss will reach probably 200 Croup is quickly Believed and whooping cOugh will not run its course if you use the original Bees Laxative Honey and Tar This Cough Syrup Is different from all others because it acts on the bowels You cannot cnre Croup and Whooping Cough tlntll you rid the system of all congestion by working off the cold through acopious action Of the bowels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar does this and cures all coughs croup whooping cough otc No opiates Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Life Term Padncah Kv Imprisonment I i for life in the penitentiary is the J punishment of MrsoBrockW81lI for the mllfderof er tteie hkrren Bbs phMtded fuitty r amd the jurjr r urafd a vWdlct 00tMJu7Wasof emotion and did Bo4s to realist that be was k sins the re ainder of her tit in prison WeakrjaUOil 24 Mrs Brcckweli gave hiMot her little dau hterif QJajLillie and Lucy alee four thres and nine years respectively mor phine in coal oil LellagttMta that it was Bjedicine She con fessed to the crime Dr J W Psndley County Physician advanced the t eory of insanity snd When illBrockweli was taken before court this mor ingto plW trt SaKIMf1byPrOse t o12IJkedtlH attorneys tto continue the trial and await the action of experts whO tre to examine her for insaaitr An bther conference of the attorneys resulted jnrr agrcesaeet for the defendant topled1tilt and be given a life senteace the moUon i for a new triall by the attor eysI for defense to be continue until the next term of court Mean time Mrs Brockweli will under go an examination for icWiity and if proved uethe verdict will stand if not a sew trial will be granted i Bare of Olilicitj fr CitimiW CllttiJltrcIn as mercUry will ureltdeltroT tfce senre of amel1asdtoia1etelyderaae the whole system yrheja eaterl g It through the mucous sferfaces S ck articles should never e tieeeJleept- on prescrirtioBS frcm reputable pij sicians as the damage they will do k ten fold to the good you can powiWy derive from then Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured bylJ Cheseyk- Co Toledo O contastfg no sercury and is taken interaallf acting direct ly Upon the bloodanil KJUCOUB wrlcu of the system In bayjay Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the fMl uine It is taken iaternally and made in Toledo Ohio by P Jdwner kde Testimonials free Sold bY Druggist Price 7Sc par bottle Take Halls Family PIils for coatI pation v ICY Ireitfe Marrtel The holy rite which viited Miss Carrie Louise KelMr aM- Rev W H Bresgle ot this city was performed at the reokkftc of the bride 60 West 129th Street New York City 00 Thurs day the 6th of April at bifh noon Altar breakfast at the brides home they left for Wa h iogton City where they spent several days Rev Brengle has been the pastor of the Baptist church hers for more than tive years and he is very popular with allUe1 church people and the general t i EARE50LEAGEH15 public M well Perbapa1aeju dona more th1D any other man who was ever hereto briu about peoptejamM3o7j Mr te lira Brtngle will tshzooM UM rssHsiet fit- M aa MainCros Mv tjfvfit arrive ia Ibis sTtown News R rBrtori9isft brothwi of Mrs RCHeotthIapIac J al1ldef r ACXAarkcJQT1J DeftJ i IByYIrIasWs Jeastflit aa ofifl wbiCourt 1HIIJIjJibsunt a td OIIKoidooriIflLwt1sdZi ONDtY APRIL M 1906 l M I oclock rMIIIIIltbEsraulM r rf9 i8 1 o1Lo rar HPIri iIe y tone TractN1 ai11I M 4 IIIII rbery in tht d tM PrM5e1Jiid 1Itt 1 iffJttoeUMMC tilIMa MM a Mt 14 toanoakwMt oat CMB eyrahMH tkme wtt klslinetaiuiakthe BprfavjMi iwri tiMcc Mt- ttMUMMrtkt714 M 17 polM to a toMtiWK With MM rMi lf R pelec to thcf Wftwrfaf II J h TractN2 1acrJI If tj = Ht rtHIIiotkil te WtcOImotyXeuticky c k XImtatawWtsskIs t1 Past side trf toil raid tkmcc L dW liSwroMsaidrMitkMcpeiec confer to P Bckaaa w e V a time Mazfa wafarat tret e5SLN12pesotWei I said 1oM tieie the a aL- i IItfi t t ostaati2arei rff TcactNd3st A Ii11T11 w1f J d ill te W IIItJ d rMM bounded e I it at IaiIUtbeortk i4e L 1M LtBradfordaraie ttrt read CMMK to Ii ifuei 1WJdteMkte Jalm t 1== Ua It 11 I w si toa oeier tiP said BuctaMu ilKK 38 14 E Hi 1J iconeri tkoceNL71po1toaaiisI saidroadtJeceupaajd r f l at w feMoff east side ofjtoMH JfW J Jfl J lc8ftaiaillll A1l bac w eack tMr + eoAc4L It farocbocIia Iitt Per UM pui oi ess0rpurrsi vkbLqpa13- 1aesIty OIi N usboid 3iiaLtaMkItit IIlPsdad r f sad j Ot a 11111p1 Iwill IQ oIy wM ai tl M011 LBACHMAN MC + ii 49IJ ltl t I Headquarters For iliai 1 J t I WISHING A NEW SPRING OFffI f f s iJ if r Jl i WT Leachmans i ewPI rCIr Why Because there they find a e1eetline ofley rytkiiif Tt 1 for men to wear at reasonable prices and in Twy L + Mstvks H r I8 IYLIJJJIICL i fi SbirtsUaoswssr iIve xf r 1 dJjti rLf r iiL uiw J f 4Zriifr9 r i Agent for the Globe Taitoririk Sb 69 Cincinnati r for the old reliable Merchant TaiknYateSBrOL cjf i Afull line ofsample on hand Measures taken 4MI fit guaranteed Call and see me The neatest HttMl stjort Ift wm I W f 4WT LI3AGHMAN MensOUtt1ttCr t t Main Street opposite First National Bank ILi DENTIST XTRACTED UT PAIN J VI tff gn Block up stairs RINGF1ELD KY Jental Work Strictly Fifstclmsw UMPioNJr DR JJ H OFflCEh Is pea W FVCRICSBY aATTORNEYA1 LAW t Otto s1rrr3sIIkRpRflOy1tD 18 RoBARM M 1TH5tA- THBABQS7t i HYATT 7llyddujI ud SIrtI1S- j s f 01Ieeaext tto OterkV Office IIjt JAMES GRAVES itIpCAcicAr- Itkbnitcr tii Jeweler i iOtJ a line of Watches Clocks M1d iewclrj RePring a Spe 1t tiiUjr toctedon Mi Street ll epaiitet Pr byteriari church ISprJtigkM Ky UR IF TRUSTY i PRACTICAL i = DENTISTOffice pver Haydon Barber 4 Dental work at rasonab1eprices All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JOUNYMAYfS IHERAL DIRECTOR JKD LICENSED EMBAIMER TELEPHONE DAY 10 NIQHT 74 SSPBfflGFEll KY I Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule Sow in effect on the Eard townp and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at I 410 pm Bardstown Junction fi02 pm j Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction f 930 am Bardstown 1115 am I t arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield 1I 3 jfm Bardstown 230 pm ardstown Junotion 435 pm f irrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves iSprin field at 715 am Bards IOijra8anl Bardstown Junction 8i5aci arrives at Louisville fi3S am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Loulji0 M i6 pm Bardstown r7tflfetioat oi50 pm Bards town 7iS5 pmt arrives at Springfield 85JJJU t lGetf tyem I Stay Well f i You CallS You should fortify your system zgainstdisease Lii pye your health Purify our blood Youcanjj by Ute use of ts11fTollict t Just tVwk 2 00 per apsen Hundred of cases V J4lW1otlJ1yI g rHltZIK J jen 4IP4J44r jrkInfTmh4 One Miasts Coo h Cut cQaJaiH not an toIIdrgsod ihas I i bcea curing awflM CoUe croup and whoopiojrcoofbmo loof that It has prorenitMlf t o te a rtedod it t jftiendjt y L 4UUUI Hit W I Happening of Interestt 1 2 2 T0 ANEocal Freshest and Latest v t I IIAU itTIUIeIt AcqSIrIuds rlrIJ fti s potatoes for saleatJno C Slaiers 7 l TrY o4d Hooesty Coffee Jnol CrShader agent Greet bargains ihg4th at PJT1Iitrast tj BoRN to the Wife i1r Lum- Abella girlpnsdSI Sweet and sourpic1les in bulk i at John C Shaders Forariice loaf of salt rising bread try Jno C Shad r- WANTEDJowls hams and bacon Jno C Shader Easter goods Cheap grocer es kitchen furniture at P J Thomas Try some otA nt Sallys Salt Rising Bread Frsaie by McEfroyBros KueT VE Poster bought of John Kelley a fouryearold driving horse for 150 n Another barrel of Bleinz celebrated sweet pickles just opened at McElroy Bros grocery Bacon sides hams shoulders and jowls wanted Give high est price P J Thomas Try some of our New England mince meat for pies r McElroy Bros Marriage lidense was granted this week by County ClerkW F Booker to Henry Reynolds and Della 3Lawson Take a look at the tempting display of good things in McEl roy Bros windows and buY something for the table tt Louk out forlhe great Seriall St ryClOver the Border U which begins next week nlbe J Ews LEADER It is of thrill ing interest j Miss Josie T Lee iis agent for lheSempreGiovihe a massage cream that cures sunburn black beadschappedskin Give her a call and receive free sample Mr Lafe Wells has bought of Judge L H Thurman a building lot seventy feet front on Grun dy Ave for 350 Mr Wells will begin the erection of a dwelling on the lot as soon as possible Mr L H Bellebaum of Lex ington a registered andexperi enced pharmacist has been em ployed by C JHaydon the local druggist in the prescription dG partment ofbis popular phar macy We wish to call attention to thte advertisement of the new livery firm bf Bobjitt Ensor Brown which appears in this issue Their stable is centrally located and they are welll equipped to do a livery business having new vehicles and fast horses Mr Sylvester Smith has se cured another fine jackto take the place at his Fair Grounds stable of George Washington which he sold This jack is a big fine fellow full 15 hands high with big head and ear and big bone He will be stood at 7 to insure a livingcolt The ladies of 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 Anyone wishing to order before that time can leave the order with Miss Kate C Mayes at Grundy Claybrooke Mclntires store Miss iillte Cojvin formerly of this place but who ramDved with her parents to Bardstown lout three years age and Mr James Carroihcfs a popular young man of that place were quitely marrlt d in Louisville Tuesday The bride is a sister of Prof George Colvin ot this place and has many friends here who extend best wishes iCitizens from Mooresville and Maud Willisburg and Mackville met with a representative of thel Cumberland Telephone Co at W F Grlgsbys office Tuesdav and dicussed the building of new lines and the establishing of three exchanges one at either Moorasville brlvJaud and the- o4hera at Willisburg and Mack Tille The committees reported rihat enougU subscribers had lea sectirfecl to support ex TOrrCS 1I J f lI UIrrI rJ changes at each place The matter will be pushed and Wash Ingtpn county promised a ficst class telephone servicei Ernest Sweeney who lives on Mr Joe Hardins place on Pleas antt RCifhad a narrow escape from death by poisoning on siyeririgfrQT taking dine medicine to releive the pain In the same place where he kept his medicine there was also a bottle of tincture of iodine which he had been using on a lame horse In some way Sweeney got hold of the bottle and swallowed a big doss of the iodine He discovered his mis take almost immediately and telephoned to Dr RoBards atI this place who instructed him to take a strong emetic Dr Ro Bards hurried to the man and soon had his stomach relieved of the dose Beyond being quite sick for several hours Sweeney suffered no serious effects from his mistake Cauftht Since the article concerning the robbery of Thompsons sa loon was printed there have been new and startling develop ments and Jim Hendren and Dick Canter white boys and Friday Edelen colored are in the Springfield jail on the charge Of liousebreaking with strong proof against them Arthur Wright another negro also im plicated succeeded in getting away and has not been caught Evidence was iound which poin ted to the guilt of the accused men a day or so after the robbery and suspicions were con tinned when it was discovered that Hendren and Ganter had fled to Louisville Saturday night Friday Edelen and Will Railey coloredwere arrested and put in jail Railey was later re leased as he evidently had noth ing to do with the affair Wright got wind of the fact officers were after himl and fled the town Town Marshal John Grace got in communication with the police of Louisville and officers at other places and on Monday a tele phone message was received that thetwo white boys had been ar rested in Louisville at the U S recruiting station as they were trying to enlist in the army They wereheld in custody and Sheriff Byron Croake went down Tuesday andbrought them back that evening and placed them in- theSpringfieldjail In the meantime the negro Friday Edelen gave signs of weakening and when he was brought out for an examining trial before Judge Noe on Tues day he told the story of the robbery He says that Hendren and Canter did the breaking in and the robbing while he and the Wright negro watched outside and that theyall got a share of the liquor which was stolen Edelens confession was rather a surprise and ther6 was very little evidence against him until he began to talk Edelen was held to the grand jury on 200 bond which he was unable to give Hendren and Canter have the reputation of being wild reftkless boys notwithstanding the fact that tjiey have both had good home influence and training Jim Hendren is the adopted son of Mr and Mrs S C Hendren and Canter is a son of Mrs Kate Canter Great sympathy is ex rrrpressed for the relatives of the two Way wa rd young men PXP4i- r L M W Hyatt was in Leb anon Tuesday J R ayqrook was in Har rodsburg Sunday Mrs J L Barber was in Lou isville Wednesday Mr M H Jones went to Shelbyville Saturday Allethaire Medley wsinIMiss last Monday Mis3 May Bodine of Maud is visiting Miss Sadie Mayes Mrs Emma Karriclc and chil dren Arevisiting friends here Mr H E Walters was in Lebanon the first of the week Miss Marie Barber is at home from Louisville to spend Easter Messrs Will Hagan and Jim Shultz were in Lebanon Sunday Mr and Mrs ECarl Li sey have returned from their trip to Cuba Mrs Emmett Wigginton of Fairfield is visiting Mrs M t7 HjatL Mr and Mrs Irvine Wimsatt are in Bardstown visiting Mrs Henry Edelen panvIlIeH M ONan1t Miss Nelli Wilcox of Nash yule Tenn lis visiting Miss Myrtle Price Miss Beulati Litsey hast returned from a Visit to friends in Harrodsburg Roy Fenwick of Lebanon was over last week to visit his folks out at Thompson ville Mrs Carson Force of New port is the guest of her daughter Mrs K F Sutton Mri familyA J OPENING Saturday t of the t ti t t ooooss Rev Williams returned last Wednesday night from a visit to St and Louisville Mrs Garland Thompson of Louisville visited friends here the latter of last week Mr Mrs T Wilson of viUisburg visited Mrs J R FJodapp last Thursday and Fri day Mrs IrvineAdams and Miss Annie Mayes visited Mrs R Mahon of Lebanon last Thursday Hon M Chord is in Owensboro this week on with the Railroad Commis sion Mr Win Jarrihers of Louis ville and Mr William Kearns of Jersey were here last on business Mr Baldwin Bards town has accepted position in Dr Price W Wells Red Cross Drugstore Mr Bo has been this place for several months PAINT The Roof The BarnjThe I 4I1m1 Wo j4 rttf FireProof Roof Barn and Is metallic Oxido Paint and tis not Proof agilnet mat and makes your buildings and fences better As preservative FireProof Roof Barn and Bridge Paint Is unapproachable When you paint bo sure to ask by PeasleeGaulbert C3o Inc Ky BY Haydons Pharmacy offl ie Men ifi 0 i Iwinbgs For thet in the4 l Tracing Paper Legal Blanks Daters Rubber rStamps Pads Rubber Bands Inks Mucilage I Library Paste in large Packages S and everything the line of office requisites t tS 45 The Red CrosDrug5fote- Dr Price W Wells 5 Telephoue 89 Drugs and Chemicals has returned to his at Frankfort f Mr Mike Fitzgerald who has been employed at the Stock Yards Indiadapplis all1 winter came in Tuesday evening for a visit I Charlie has accepted the position of bookkeeper for the firm of Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire for which place he well qualified Misses Myrtle Pearl and Bessie Campbell attended the dar othersCJolvin wedding in Louis yule Tuesday From there went to Indianapolis to visit friends Mr W C McOliord and Miss Mary Brown went Hubbard Springs Va last Thursday to Iii iiEASTER I 00- tt =z= 22 === t tNew Hats at Knott Cos Store S i 0 izJit tt tiir i t t titti t t MISS KNOTT oo s sss toJfriends Louis i part and E J CC business City week Barber of Paul thwho at Bridge paintingPnlntfngeconomyPainting BrIdge- lJPtINTexpensive the weather look a for it Manufactured LotdavWe I FORE I I Man Office Typewriter home Greene is they to take depositions the case of Owens vs the L N RRCo and returned Saturday morning t Mrs TD Wells entertained at eighthand euchre Tuesday afternoon Those WhO played wereMesdames Emmatt Wiggin ton M W Hyatt J S Clay brooks H R Thompson C A Green C 0 McChord W D McElroy and Miss KateWharton Mr Jeff H Bottoms and mother Mrs Catharin Bottoms will leave their home in Sacre mento California on May 1st for Dallas and Denton Texas ito visit relatives and from there will come to their old home Washington County for a visit to the family of MrsG A E Anderson and other relatives near Fenwick Mrand Mrs G C Wharton entertained a few friends nt eighthand euchre last Friday evening Those wbo played were Mr and Mrs It F Sutton MrsIForce Mr H M Moss Miss Susie Penn Dr Shaunty rWhartonladies prize a hand painted gauze fan Dr Shaunty won the gentlemens a box of cigars Wool Growers Notice I am paying 2i cents per pound for wool to be delivered at Texas Parties desiring to sell nit their wool may commu nicate with me either by mail or telephone at Texas Ky Price timelForCOL R Eo WHAYNE Sub Agent for W J DeBaum General Agent Notice taxpayer The taxes for the city of Springfield for 1905 are now due and the boOks are in my hands for collection Pay early and avoid expense C L PRICE Collector EMS fr Scttiiif From a pure strain of Barred PJymoth Rocks at only 1 per S2tting of 17 Mrs Malissa Green i aj Carbon PaprsS- tenographer5 Note1 5 1 BOOKS Papers City Ordinance l CityCouncil placeinTuesday April 4 1905 the following ordinance was passed The City Council of the city of folowsThatof Springfield Ky facing Main Cross street on the West side thereof beginning at the alley at the North East corner of J H Moores property and running therewith said West side of said Main Cross street to Road Run Branch be and they are hereby ordered tqjput on said Main Cross street in front of respective properties a side walk and curbing said sidewalk to be 9 feet wide and be paved either with good asphalt paving or good hard brick said urbing to be placed along the outer edge of said Raving to be not leps than 2ieet wide 5 inches in thickness and 4 feet in length Section 2 Said side walk and curb ing to be put in and paid for by property owners facing on said srreet each property owner to put in and pay for that portion in front of his property Section 3 Said sidewalk and curb iing must be put in and finished upon or before the 1st day of October 1905 Section 4 If any portion of said curbing or walk herein ordered to Tie made and put in remains unfinished on the 1st day of October 1905 then same will be made and put in by the city and a lien will be retained upon and enforced against the property facing on said street for the costs thereof as provided by law Section 5 Said curbing shall be put in and said side walk graded and made under the immediate supervision and direction of the city engineer whose services shall be paid for by said city S J SMOCK Mayor O P WHARTON Clerk L City Ordinance At a regular meeting of the City CouncU held at the regular meeting place in the city of Springfield Ky on Tuesday April 4th 1905 the fol lowing ordinance was passed The City Council of the City of pringfleldKydoesordain asollowsi Section 1 That the property own ers of said city facing Walnut street on the east side thereof beginning at the South West corner of the Christian church property and running therewith said east side of Walnut street to High street be and they are hereby ordered to put on said Walnut street in front of respective proper ties a sidewalk and curbing said side walk to be 5 feet wide and to be pared either with good asphalt paving or good hard brick and said curbing to V Placed alongtlu outer edgeofsaid- vtng to be not less than 2 feet wide clinches in thickness and 4 feet in length Section 2 That said property owners of said city facing Walnut street on the wast side thereof beginning at High street and running north with Judgeyrposite his front door be and they are hereby ordered to put on the said Walnut street in front of their re spective property a sidewalk and curbing said side walk to be 5 feet wide and to be paved either with good asphalt paving or good hard brick said curbing to be placed along the outer edge of said paving and to be not less than 2 feet in width 5 inches in thickness and 4 feet in length Section 3 That the property own ers of said city facing Walnut street on the east slue thereof beginning at the new street known a Virginia avenue and running therewith said east side of Walnut street to the North west corner of the property of A C McElroy at Grundy Avenue be and they are hereby ordered to put or said Walnut street in front of their respective property a sidewalk and curbing said sidewalk to be 5 feet wide and to be paved either with good asphalt paving or gcod hard brick Said curbing to be placed along the outer edge of said paving to be not less than 2 feet in width 5 inches in thickness and 4 feet in length Section 4 Said sidewalk and curb- Ing to be paid for and put In by property owners facing on said street each property owner to put in and pay for that portion in front of his property Section 5 Said side walks ana curbing must be put in and finIsheur on or before the 1st day of October Section 0 If any portion of said walk or curbing herein ordered to be made and put in remains unfinished On the 1st day of October 1905 then same will be made and put in by tht city and a lien will be retained upon andenfor d against the property facing on said street for the cost thereof as provided by law Section 7 Said curbing shall be put In and said sidfe walk graded anc made under the immediate Wipertis ion and directions of tbecityeajpineei whose services will be paid fat bj said city Si J SMOCK Mayor F WSAHTOK fcler 2oooo QIQOSH NEW THINGS i Arriving every day now at the BIG J STOP4lc ttI Jureoeiv4 aa MGtofiMwtW Boys and Childrens Capsj rS Ladies Hand Bags BaftamiijdI FM 1 t ChildkhsrTari Hosiery iot Ladies and MismOxfdrd- Ladies I j i Hosiery In the Nwst- v Laces and A lover 4c a i Tryonof q b- ourn J 4I LL 1 rt tI 1 IIdain4 v l 1 c tf IQ3 r ifo ii ilfiilfwW l3 j11TheT e Peoplele wipo are Pjepansi J IetI tthee Good TThingsL4i f 1 1 The best of everythingi lays for tbi fni CQOMtv If a you are prepared to buy j01lr Swing Goote aowjo csecure first choice while our s4Ock k Ji4ilfMll aodtow 3 tplate We cannot guarantee that tk Mock fUl De iiv this tconditIOn longas the beauty of Jit appeaktG alt b 1 i holders and the pice plce theteo wilhdepm ivry Iij quickly Everytthng in each Ikiels trssAiPIoEst3 3 Our Lady Customers 30 tr Willb inteiested iim ournswho Wii la Shirt Waists at from 100 to I 500lj jI l t Our line pfread1mde IiiaCC t P l t tit within reach ot aU We carry a l sort ttNy tWde Skirts including fine black silk MdLt f ij r J Pres de Sole at from 12 to 3 t M ki CaJIancISeeourSprnDreuiois t iS lorufidY Claybrooke t J ft 1 M r i b p 7 l Jtt i Qjf The Springfield Meat uterfJ I l F T COX CO Piters j t t m Is the place to buy only the heM mAot mfilI 4 freih and l edj i ic m 4II FISH AID OYSTERS ISM50I t j cMif we r FrpS- Jrt to haMs 1c1Lrd1 and UIffcsw- Wbsli4 ILtlquats1 f m Highest market price pakl for hep fiUJM f ij tallow and good butter We are atj4it JR tS Jf yfat beeves ft N 11 tF T1LV co J r yl l ft71 l Telephune 95sPR1NQFILD Itf jL j er rjti J LrlI j 1 Peoples Deposit Bank f SIL ttZJ PMfMftPIBIil KTf h 4 1 t 4 1 Cti5SSSS f i- r r dPtftts S- r ii HThSrrkSI I vFtUGe D IGbirOaL t i tt il A oswIsrA4tfttCahLIrECtdessskt 111 1111 ii f j t F micToIOos D Isirts L ETbrirn W 110 o I L aiiis I w Batter T H Blaitf 7ijj Pati y teI7YiIeIe 1at J 1Nletti Fraqpecilte depositor ai Mtti t jrrite or cl1tperIQ Q t 2 14 i rIOFthiiuEie Snapshots l Do MOthSr fhrir Children to iIk jK t A bsebiIod I Sfltfr4 Ii uiaik t die It pafMJJaQiN tfrlg half the Mother in clviiizatJoa briittoireUU jOiMly Do 4p cd cr jerk tW tender 41 ngMiiii bir r DOM ahfr M ILYs kUS to Own 1 sk her rIs to Ute a ant tIts bte1Uig ths Uae wc bad Mid awry 0 off If o b7 DoH Me enr lit Doss she allow their m Bttte oodfc to becouie untidy tkii ippanc Ip aotit to have F saIaittr wfco or Tffkt she Js rM tte tadMiMV Boys tears r1ide aadTiefeac from tfcelr own moth 1 rcu ifcef bs other than ill + rea styales Ut L Ehe r JOthr tell petty hear Mr scold vie r 3r eber rude impolite and j f r Ia nah1y tde n wi eM tIIiIIie nttf gfck become l pis4c seat and high wii1 Art the oM ot Quaker found among the gangs =r itrtrv M I am report a ttt twiae baclie IJ 10 Arilr Tiaced1llI he of the b of mU tlito that J1eis sure it be a sts9 forward for the race tit Mac if little children were t t i tfc hft de of their moth Ijfmadec Wwif t it The scientific lI k UlliM M qalte compatible J P b M d ttMyraeas with good r Li jpoo4 JMiger and good mor elo1111 t JMrt Nj M ft MI Airs Bot any of It1I JtiIibleit we could fewer dttNr ted family back viijT two Sc three removes that we iMH MW Ipoft a grandfather who ijpiii hte teeth with a fork t actt Nr t irill wake the women o- tJlillktl the seed of their sex par tilfrattac Sa Public affairs like the In hiMNM war agaliMt Japan with grand tpfcea dftviff woflaan8 best beloved l to jriMEfrJtirlit for a quarrel whose thjr ifcr art know Not long w tlM woj en of Moscow sent to JhjpMi JLllx a petition begging her s1o Map the war It Js one of HM Mt pathetic documents on rec wd Ofc sovereign it said moth M nhgee Mrts are breaking cannot JMiHii siteat Our best forces are per b tttt lifct revolutionist party In J liti tbe emperor made tie rlkthrri HHlversai equal and secret bftMet for iMle aid female citizens11 r TitlMt tewa to the credit of the Bus 4111 rtIaast4 ttte 34alf llu a woaaan orchestra leader II jittaetiM Rer name is Palmira Becefitly she led the orchestra Mri f getAt performance of the i idBaal at Llvomo tt H I d it MMW who wrote the story or ItwMjM gk her credit I am sure It wtiian Once a gentleman iMlfe peat considerable time gfjUwdcan Indian life and 4 i1 i v111fiLwalk they saw Wef8 family moving 1f ilf stalked ahead ma j a k4lte He was an exceed lifly hMty chief He stuck up his MteMkd threw out Ids breasf as if he r innMl tIM verseUSee how splen ttUrg that chkf carries himself said tIN featiettaa yes jr plMtbe jady riMi MC hew splendidly his wife car riM that store It lit IK the tast aad varied field of Indus 1 1 fal etoetrklty are many openings for IMML FTMH tb tn mingof an elec IkaJ iiiftoe to the manufacture of ttctrieaT iWratafents Were Is cmplby mtrnt for thie woman who has quallilcd ifl Jt ttat JIieft you JMted recentiy the number et aHog d wise men who feel a call to kgr4 WB the law as to the proper rapi aM flstlea of women Such re Hbe aithoritlec On women loll are jteatiCiM M frand dukes In Russia Bw IMMIJ yer pray have these men Mea womcfi that they should know A- llabutlt Let tMM wait till they them Mhres have been women awhile before toktac It oa themselves to Jjnstruct t- he1tH se as to what its sphere Is XagMMlaW the conceit ofthe mascti MaiI tt at Oeot the most promising signs of the Mansit the sight of young wealthy r- Mrf heavtif women on every hand temlac frow the empty pleasures of IMJI afid oclety to take on them jsetref solid weful work for the Igno fsjk lad unfortunate Never before weN8masy rich women engaged In Mal1 philanthropic work not mere os VtMtattow charity Early these have t jhJrflTirril that no lasting happiness eim he fa Bad outside qf useful work lit JNMePOC sor James H Tufts of tINt eeed University of Chicago asks Mi ciaes ethics the following pertl Mrtr qweetioos Do you tell white MM rDoYo tell harmless but out iMiiish d MI true stories Do you iMitfi JMT fare to the conductor after he hM ftMMdypu without seeingyo- uD7e ELIZA JLEGHATOD CONNER il Faith a1 WHb f f1t JL pretty anecdote is reldte of a retold who was greatly perturbed by Ifce dl covery that her brothers hadp r set traps to catch birds Questioned Mi what she had done in the matter she Hed I prayed thAt the tips light not catch the birds1 Any thMHjeW ruYes sbeSaid II then IMpayed that God would prevent the Mrdc jprtti ff bite the traps andns K to Alwtrate the doctrine of faith and werks I went out and kicked tile J 1alt to pleceAT Beusehold 7ords IsLLkIiixr v ierWJiy dont yw mir TI 7o gwaasen He has gaod loa- ksI taall3 wealth andiyytijng to M PtyDaUrButhe pi ti w t fy hapoetanf thing lacking vflMMuna AaxtdtM JTethorwWhat Js 3yt t FttyD iitW r JL proposaL v i ctoMl P1 tfattte I UHfte Eben C1l 7D to do rme t tmt Jat ala no ttfoo dab no1l3t jbJp iaiWiI i41VsWtow t1rt Ilal 1HP1A RUBBER Ptu sf Ppt dte treu silt JirtrM the StIlt ladta Tufctwr or csiQutchouc Is a dry coofvte milky juice tile gap of tree MMI shrtib indigenous to the- oatw iMbcaMir and inaccessible rtH giilf IA taeequatorillCountrlesot America iipt certttih areas o- fIIlt Afrtca and the Uganda profec ftte The mortality among the nd tite in the quest for rubber is enor aapus The natives are equipped for their hunts by the brokers and venture to the hannts of the crtoutchouc trees In jeaticniid by marches through miles of thick forests put the climate car ries off the rubber hunters like flies and the percentage of those wha return from the expedition is very low Many properties of a vegetable emul aba are possessed by the sap which contains tIe caoutchouc In the form of myriads of minute globules The proc ess of tapping the trees for the sap is closely aicin to the method of extract ing sirup from the maple trees In North America The sap Is collected In large vats The juice Is then sub quitted ton lat und smoke treatment A fire of palm nuts Is made and a pole Is inserted in the vat containing the ylscid flui d Whei withdrawn irom- the vessel the end of fhe pole isobe- Jgmcared with the sticky substance The rubber is then held in the smoke issuing from the palm nut fire until the sap coagulates The treatment In the peculiar smoke effects the curing of the rubber 1When the oprntJonIs completed the f pole with Its charge Is once morcMm mersed iin the vat of raw caoutchouc and the smpke and heat process re perfted and Iso on several times until there isTa 14rge lknob or accumulation of rubber uionthe end of thepole con stltuted of lumdreils of thin layers of rubber The end of the pole Is then cut out of the rubber and the spherical mass is duty exajiSlned by the broker and l beledqceortllugtQltS quality ENTERTArNINGROYALTY The TaskIs Always a Most Trylnff anclTe loc One It must at tinifes despite the bonn be a somqwhatttedious function for a British subject to entertain the king for the house and all therein are for the time of the kings VIsit royal property At luncheon or dinner the hQSt and his guests remain standing until roy ialty appears Then thee host If the hqutien or a princess be present escorts her to tile table the hostess following with the king if the king 1s alone he leads with the hostess I Neither host nor hostes can give the signal for leaving the table but must await the royal pleasure If the queen or n prliiCeis be present when she rIses she Is followed by the hostess who for the moment Is the lady in waiting Ar it Is not the proper thing for a servant whenIger glasses at dessert are when royal ty dIned placed for them only WHen the sovereign dons a wrap no servant permitted to help but a lady or gen tleman must assist Another rule Is that If there is card playing for money coin fresh from the mint must be on hand for the occasion The guests for these royal house parties are selected by the iroyal person ages often Weeks and times months hi advance and an Invitation to them Is really royal dommanfl These house parties are always very small anti it goes without saying of the very smart set Philadelphia Ledger SnuLblnff a Grand Duke When the Russian Grand Duke Ser glus who was blown to pledes with a dynamite bomb was governor of Warsaw lIe thought jt would be a good idea if the peopleo that city would con tribute to a fund with which to buy sunflower EcedSto be given to tile Rus sian soldiers who ate very fond of chewing them Scrglus announced ttiat ei fYoue sending money would be given a receipt but those sending 1000 rubles 510 or more would be thanked personally by himself It is said that the response was excellent But though no one sent in 1DOO rubles and asked to be tbankedperoiITillyb1- the grand duke many sent hvD99 ru bles and asked for the receipt A Cldi1eaeJW1h Colony There is said to be a ChineseJowlsh colony in the Yangtseklang valley in China This colony has existed since 200 years before the Christian era Its people have a synagogue in whlclithey Kittond worship extract the sinews from flesh before eating it erect tab lets to Moses and Abraham cud are called by some blue capped Moham medans because of their blue head dress Otherwise they are but little different from other Chinese citizens hold high offices in tho laud at times and because of Chinese tolcrant prin ciples have never been persecuted or oppressed Smoothing It Over I have come said the old subscrib er to complain about your report of my daughters wedding What was the matter with it lie manded the pdltor Well her name is Gratia but you printed It Gratis Thats nqt so bad She was given away wasnt she JtM De1Igitt SympatiietlC FriendSo marriage has been a sad experience to you Mrs Grass Mrs Grass On the contrary it has proved a most delightful one The alimony allowed by the court Is ex tremely liberaLBoston Transcript None pities him thats In the snare who warned before would not beware HerrIck A Businesslike Propouitlon Cotton burning is a declaration of a new nllljancc between the farmers on tile one hand and the merchants and bankers on the other It means all of this to iis But what Impression is made upon the spinner and the worlds cotton market Something totally dif ferent To the Tar away cotton buyer these occasional burnings are translat ed into the one word overproduction The burner of cotton thus misrepre s nts himself and his section His de termination is misread desperation Let us have done with this form of cotton hysteria sad solve our problems in a businesslike way All of tho commerclaljnterests of the south now stead ready to back the farmers in their worthy plans to reduce acreage end uphold the price of cotton This has never before been true says Farm AUd Jtaneb From many quarters large ftmitt of money are now being offered With which to float one or two million bales of CQtton tocarry it forward tp the fall Of 1905 The clearest pf tLosc propositions comes from Mississippi 1and proposes to buy 2000000 bales at roi e jin4 teold it Indefinitely for 10 auttene jtA r IBALCSMikeithebafrgrowIoDg and hctvy and keeps tt aft and gIOsay- IIStops fallinr hair and cures dandruff And itIways restores J color to l1ay hair Sold for Jlfty years I bleilRWQmen ISomet Fields of Philanthropy the1AmerIcnn luauguIrrtMary L Bouncy nnd Mrs Amelia Stone Quiutori started It Miss BQn ney a busy teacher in Philadelphia hind long beheld with profound sorrow the ever Increasing degradation and consequent gradual extermination of TbeyIl white iiiatt brought among them They were simply turned loose on reserva tious and supplies were ghen thOm 1 Yg- I a P MBS STONE JQUDJTOX from time to time with no particular concern as to whether they lived or dIedIMiss Bonney had little time to work personally for the rescue of the red man but she warmly Interested her friend Sirs QuInton in the matter That was in 1870 Mrs Quinton be lfui by preparing and circulating for signatures a petition to congress In bphatf of the Indian The petition reajly contained the framework of all Ue civilizing and philanthropic measures from time to time passed by con gress to aid the American aborigines Year after year Mrs Quinton me morialized congress till that body en noted the laws suggested by her pe titions Mrs Quinton and Miss lIon nor founded the National Indian as sociation of which except during one year when she declined the office Mrs Quinton boa been president for eight een years American Womans Work In London Some years ago Alice Smith a lovely Philadelphia Quaker girl iii London was married to an Euglfshman lIon Bertraud Russell Something per laps an Invisible power called Sirs Russells attention to the deplorable drunkenness among British factory girls This was actual and no fancy Mrs Russell In order to study cond lions drcised herself as one of the working girls and really labored In the factorlesjat times- Occasionally clad hi her working garb she watched where the girls went on receiving their wages ou pay day Once hi less than halt an hour she saw fortyseven girls go into drinking saloons from their factories In the saloons ot one neighborhood she found his women and fourteen of them bad babies In their urine Girls seemed to glory In getting drunk Shocked at such revelations the Quaker soul of Mrs Russell began to devise means to check the Intemp r ance of London factory women UUOneI Rusian Hebrew Girl Tyna Helman a Rusalin Jewish girl from Klshincff came to this country to Boston about four years and a halt ago She mid some education in Rus slip but ndne at all In English hi her fourteenth year she entered thee Boston public schools and was put in the primary department lowest grade First Reader She remained there two days tlien her teacher seeing she was misplaced proinotQdhcr to the third grade skipping the second The pro motions came so rapidly that Tyna Helman appeared to lie a marvel In ten months this young Russian Hebrew girl accomplished six years work of thC Bostbn public school course Next she took In three years the pre scribed tour years Instruction of tho Boston gIrU high schooli Elizabeth Cady Qtantons Grand I daughter Leader and champion of the women students at Cornell university is Xora Stanton Biatch the handsome athletic and gifted granddaughter of the famous clianiplou of woman Eliza both Cady Stanton Miss Biatch this year to be gradu ated from the Coriicll course in civil 4nglnceriug Sho Is the only Woman vrliohns ever finished that course She Is extremely athletic having swum Cayuga luke nearly three miles wide The yduug lady Js one of the best stunts In her class and stands up vliantly for equal right and opportunity for tIi feminine sex MARCIA WILLIS CAMPBELL TJDKraf lnofis is the very poison of nanhoodi Sidney Coachhifr Her MaziagerYou do not inject enough contempt spite and venom into flint word Actress I can do no better MauagorrXousensel Speak It Just as von Bay riuah when yon meet a rival in an inlltiitlou sealSikin Not So Ilarlil SheIIit your wlfe Improved stacp she began to have her voice cultivat ed lIe Yes consltlcrably When she calls iatr down I notice that it ih ts- a more musical tone than It used to be Detroit Free Press Absence from those wc love Is self i frttn self adeaJri bani3bmeit J Shakespeare aI 1F ri r w i VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRetiewer I1rI j SAVAgES AND BRUTES d AttffMe the l rlmMlve STam Tmrd All AMliMtl For the primitive savage animals are mysterious problematic beings pos sessed of a wide knowledge of the things of nature They know much more than they are ready to tell us In some way or another by the aid of senses much more refined than ours qnd by telling to each other all that they notice In their rambles and flights they know everything for miles around And If a man has been Just toward them they wilt warn hliji of a coming danger as they warn each other Wot they will take no heed of him If he hiss not beeii straightforward hi his actions Snakes awll birds the owl is a leader of the snakes mammals and insects lizards and fishes all under stand each other and continually com munlcate their observations to one an Other Inside Jills vast brotherhood there are of course the still closer brother hooils of beings fit one blood The monkeys the bears the wolves the elephants and the rhinoceroses most ruminants the hares and most of the rodents the crocodiles and soon per fectly know their own kin and they will not tolerate any one of their rein lives to be slaughtered by man without taking In one way or another honest revengeThis conception must have hind an extremely remote origin Even now when a savage Is hunting he Is bound to respect certain rules of propriety toward tile animals and he must perform certain expiatory ceremonies after his hunt Most of these ceremonies are rigorously enacted even nowadays In the savage clans especially as regards those species considered the allies of man It is well known that two men be longing to two different clans or tribes can become brothers by mixing the blood of the two obtained from small incisions made for that purpose but it was also quite habitual for man to enter into brotherhood with some sal real The tales pontlnually mention it An animal asks a hunter to spare it and If the hunter acceles to the de mand the two become brothers And then the monkey the bear the doe the bird the crocodile or the beeany one of the sociable imiraals will take all possible care of the man brother in the criticalI circumstances of his life send- Ing Ills or her animal brothers of dif ferent tribes to warn him or help him lout of a difficulty And If the warning conies too Inte or is misunderstood and he loses hIS life they all will try to bring him back to life and if they fall they will take due revenge Just ns- lIt the man had been one of their own kin When I journey vl in Siberia I was ItwithMongol would take not to uselessly kill any animal The fact Is that every life Is respected by a savage or rather It was before he cnjne in contact with Europeans If he hills an animal It is for food or for clothing but he does not destroy life as the whites do for the mere excitement of the slaughter True the red Indians have done that with the buffaloes but It was only aft er they liml been for a long time In contact with the whites and had got from them the rifle am the quick firing revolver Of course there are rascals among the animals the hyena for In stance or the shrcwmousc the man eating tiger but these 10 not count they are outlaws As to the great aid mal world as a whole savage children are taught to respect It find see In It an extensTon of their own kin Prince Kropotkin In Nineteenth Century ChiT Pipes In Grave A very curious old custom Is ness elated with interments In tbe cemetery of Labruek Conneinara Ireland A box of pipes short clays Is brought with the collie and a pipe With tobacco Is served out to each mourner The pipes are smoked in silence after the earth tins been fillet In and a mound of stones raised above the gross the ashes are solemnly knocked out on the top anti the pipes broken or left behind The origin of this custom Is unknown but It is thought to be emblematic of Emptrblacktered about the site HroiicliItlH bronchitis cut up two or three IForraw unions mince theui very fine coldICover with a folded towel and band age tightly This reads very simply nPlJrIlug a thoroughly scientific remedy for the active agent in the onion is a vohy opIand the skin Pa Helped Remember my boy said Uncle James as he gave Bobby a coin that If you take care of the cents the dol lars will take care of themselves jptakebut as soon as they get to be dollars pa takes cnre of em A SU lIeation TJie Shell Game Man Why notary nwnyilugIseems a Jess formtihlty9New York Press Wnltlnjr For the Evidence You say your late uncle was an eccentric old fellow Do you think he was Insane dont know The will hasnt been read yet Clcveland LenOec jSImnIIToo Polite Mrs Jaspar I shall never send fjpr Dr Terlswell when I am ill Mrs Jumpuppe Why not Mrs Jasjiar Because he Is ao excessively polite that If hjSjfound me at deaths door be would has ten to open It for me A One Night Stand BoshIs Blank on the stage Josh No Bosh Why yes he let He told me that lie made his first appearance two years ago Josh Umliuh He made his last appearance on the same night Detroit Free Press l Efflclent Support TessI hear Miss Strongmind baa asked you to be her bridesmaid Is that so Jess No indeed She has asked me to be her best woman Phlladat phla Press I sw GREAT CITIES L Tb That tb r a 1a 1 TIM dktribnthm of laaHHfactttr hi jinjr country would le a most cttrlotM atl iKterestioff subjectcIt 4h aritthlsg to stand oat cowelcaefMfr la the investigation would be the grad nat tendency toward concentration IB the larger cities and the gradual reces alms of manufactures outside them Certain sections of the countrynre full pf decaying communities odce active hut from which the chit Industries have been withdrawn If investigation disclosed the fact that certain centers of manufacture had become such through the possession of preeminent natural advantages such a condition would be jaslly explained but In fact natural advantages have comparative ly little to do with the matter A country consisting mainly of JargQ clUes withmerely Incidental rural pop ulation has taken a long step toward final disintegration Moreover even if actual disintegration is not imminent there exists the curious and anoraa condition of a community In which the transportation and distribution Of commodities are the predominant ele ments In Which producer and consumer stand at the ends of a long chain of Intermediaries It Is bad enough in tills respect even at present but every step toward further concentration of Industry end population makes it worse No country In which the pro ductive forces are steadily being sub ordinated to an intricate andvipon the whole wasteful mechanism pf distri butlotf can long remain prosperous DP Louis Bell Irf Engineering Maga zinc IMPROVISED NITROGEN What Happen Wlien tyddlte und Similar Compounds Explode When left alone to Its natural tune tions nitrogen pursues a perfectly peaceful course but when man sUc- ceeds In capturing It and combining It with other elements It becomes a dire potentiality for evil The love of tree dom so to speak characteristic pf ni trogen Is terribly exemplified In the ex ploslon of the bomb In which It is im prisoned and bound to other elements On tbe slightest provocation a spark a shock a fuse the nitrogen suddenly expands from seemingly nothing as regards the space which It occupies Into Infinity This is in reality what hap pens when dynamite llyddite or other unstable nltro compounds 1l10de when hurled In shells In warfare and In bombs In desperate attacks on human lives Nitrogen against Its natural dls position Is locked up In an uncongenial space In these compounds tram which It Is set free by very simple means In an enormously expanded gaseous state with deadly effect returning in fact to its normal peaceful mission once more It Is the analogue of the sword and the plowshare Iu the nltro explo sire nitrogen Is the modern engine of warfare and crime In the free state In tbt atmosphere It ministers directly to the quiet and peaceful needs of plant thud human life London Lancjet Pen Picture of henry Clnr An Englishman who traveled Inthe United States In the early part of the last century visited Washington and described Henry Clay as tollows He Is tall thin and not a very muscular man his gait is stately but swinging and his countenance white it Indicates genius denotes dissipation Though there is want of rapidity and fluency In his elocution yet hobnsn great deal of fire and vigor In his expres sion When he speaks he Istullot animation and earnestness his race brightens his eye beanie with addi tional luster and his whole figure in dicates that he is entirely occupied with the subject on which hu eloquence is employed The Man With a Hobby Dont make fun of the man with a hobby It may be that that very hobby will be themeans of the world gcttjng somethlugct great good All people that have contributed to the sum of human knowledge had a hobby The man who ranks as an Inventor had a hobby once the minister who gets up In his pulpit has his hobby the man who sells you goods has the same Intact those that do anything at all have a hobby Yon may call It by some oth er name but the hobby Is sim there Terrell Transcript 4 No Return jr Take my advice dpnt lend Bor roughs any more uioneS I never UHL Why you used to Im sure for I No 1 used to think I was lending It to him but I soon discovered It was purely a gift Catholic Standard and Times nnnllr Understood Aqd said the Sunday school teacher when Delilah cut Samsons hair he bccaiue mild as a lamb Can you un derstand that Well maam replied Tommy 1lt floes make ycr feel shamed when a baltjPliiladelphlateIrer 38 DOLLARS lGLIFURN I R AND THE NORTHWEST T- HHenderson Route Corresponding low rates to Wash ingtcn Oregon Utah Montana and all Intermediate Points Tickets on sale dailyupto ui frt eluding May 15 1905 Also Special Horacseckdrd Rate to the West and Southwest on certain dates r iIf you concmplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in Oomfort see that your ticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair Cars on aluof our St J6ifl TraIns I lrect can ne Uons in St Louis Union Station with all lines lo tbe Wesfctand South west LJ lRN General P Ky To Cure a Cold in On 1i omO QUinine TIs l T 1 L II Jmmn UIRIKEE tWl ly c J to Wfcf AffMi hleYMH MMty If ir C rkiMl 8 nMM Uvw Pew sr faik t tIN YM GUARANTEE We hereby agree to refund the money for Dr Oarktedts German Wver Powder on the return of the etaoty bottles the purchaser stating tt has failed to relieve and cure him of any of the diseases tor which it is recommended This guarantee covers the use of al bottle or four 2Sc bottles jor two months treat Signed meat I Dr Carlstedt German Liver Power is a wonderful remedy a pre scription used for over fifty years by an eminent German physician in his practice both in Europe and this country ando sold b7 thousands of druggists all over the world So mildly natural are the effects of this remedy thakall Kidney and Liver troubles give way to perfect health ft cures thefjvorst cases and many have been cured who bad tried every knpwn remedy C j HAYDON can tellyoV all about Dr Carlsteds German Liver Powder it has cured ninny of his customers who are ro commending to their friends Fetter than testimonial Is the guarantee unaer which Dr Oarlstedts German Liver Powder is sold If it does not relieve and cure yc u it will you nothibg so goat odce and pro cure the remedy and take along this qfuarqntce HamMDO Boy Jr 6997 t tSire of Yolo 212 Will make th e season of 1005 at the Fair Grounds stable at 10 To losore a Living Colt Mambrinp Boy Jr Is too well known in Washtngtoir and adjoining counties t to need any long description He has tile finest pedigree of any horse in this section and is the sire of sOme One horses He is 16 hands high solid black and is a handsome individual +At the same place this season we will stand Il4 CK BOY He is a blackjack 15 hands and one inch high fine bon and muscle andI five years old He is by GT KImr berlins Jack he by Logan Caidwells fine Jennett Jack 16 hands andI which took second prize at the Chicago Worlds Fair Black Boys first dam was a 15 hand jennett sired by George Tarkingtbn 10 hand Jack called Painington which sold for i himfi make the season oflOOat S8TO INJURE A LIVING COLT George Washington Black Jack with white tips 141 hands high 0 years old and a io breeder He was sired by Prince Qf Peace he by Prince of Wales hs by Gabe he by Peters old Black Hawk His first dam was a good jennett 15 hands high whose breeding was unknown George Washington will make the seaeonjat 7 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT In each case money is due when the mare is parted with A lien is re tamed on all colts to secure service fee All precautions taken to pre vent accidents but will notba respon sibfe should any occur Mr Smith tan at all times be found either at the stables or in Springfield SYLVESTER SMITH lltj FOLLOW THE FLAG TO 1ALIFORNII OREGON And all pojns West Ver low priced one way and lound trip tickets COLONIST RATES March 1st to May 15th Send Postal Caid for infovrmaiicm10 F W GREENE DP A Lpuisvilltf Ky Sour I StomachNo appetite lOss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad kath general debility sour risings and catarrh of tbe stomach are all due to Indifeetle fetetlea Kodol cures indigestion This new dJeotv combined with the greatest known toaic and reconstructive propertfes Kodol Dys pepsI a Cure does not only cwreliiitieaa- nd dyspepsia but this famoluc remedy cures all stomach trouble kfr d Mfetf f ftMflIJItheMr 8 s 0111 JUvMVfft4W Y mrs= tMyKodolmr taISMiic forbtbyKoM M0Mte WM Yov Lot oely tijetMPrefNM a ky L a Dw41roQbOHIOAGo IOHK SHUCK M cELROY r 9C WH t MIi1oy1WhartonI- nsurance Real Estate Agents F11JLi uM Torkb l mm L fjlJ M lOt 1 t Office over Peoples iBank t i j jPbota I J J DIGNITY DThRE INo 1982 Vol 5 AS HR COMBINED1 STALLONIIfM odany bay black poJnIsvhite only org lleft hiod foot lljoif e old J53J handsbiffh weighs 1290 pounds strong flat bone h avyiMac a tail good lack with long cranes tapering neck wellset ftii bIb 9000 haMrofteQin g M fstyle in hirness a Show horse sure Whenooe Y ar old wore aK honor his class wherever shown also the blue tie in sweepstake harifta riBtfiM same age When a threeyear old he was sbowi li times AM wore lt Mstrings has never been defeated in fancy harness rings baa alwajp bm the dctor in stallion stakrlngs as a breeder Iwbea shown with throamore of his get for size stylel and general conformation audfor all poses He is a saddle horsewlth five dstinct aits fast line actior rac kerl andinteehighhorse graceful stylish and fast can how eightbs in I8i coa JIll Ailt Beiswith a kindly disposition for alt pUrpose of a fa mil j horse HeM thhorK Iephorsementype his colt after himself Las neverSired afrreI colt TM protable horse horses for the farmer aod small breeder to produce is tbe hoer ofthePEDiGHEE Sired by Chester DarelOr N fit JH R he W Black 8qiiiT elI58 he by Black JEagle 74 he by King William 67r he bjr WMMofto IHiSmarlr 61 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by race horse Denmark F S kb1IIJt THR daisThoroughbreditTEJUS1ignttyl tonville Kyw at25 to insure a live colt Mares traded or removed forfeit f traeaactionof mares Grain fed if desired it rea4onabhe r tea lfar6intruatd wit t receive my personal attention out will not be responsiWe foraCcideota oar escapes Pnone inresidence call Hustonville xcbange fD CARPBKTKR r 100 SPNSHIrNE J t 1 iIChestnut Stallion by the great Red Leaf foakdiOl r Rred by R E oildard ofHarroflsburg z= Jowned in Springfield Wi11aketlseoo 00of IJJOS in charge of Sylvester SmitH Jk StIll at the Fair Groundj Stable c cAt 10 To Insuriviril Jtt w DESCRIPTION IGlIEI 1 j il Sunshine Is aJbeautiful horseeJtttop a30 stwithgvace J style land action He is the e of Lord Golden the S greatest show horse that ever ss chaponwhomes and tennis SunshIne is a fuU brofhr W Gork tand Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in jKeiifcipcl Ie Madam Wood by Madwood by Kut1 Jbi flatLVe H hYantes by King Almont by Mamboii- iFpurthdamRolingmare2t2J i Int l i fv Zi rSuisijine was purchased and a corn pany o citizens who are jatewjl iDtii tp breed of horses n thts countyailiafig mares tsjeii vmdo well to see tlbishorse lThe USUal rules and tera for br etti will apply W f A UINEEIJryto the or Young wcuman who WOUld win icceim iIR ilL This bint coocedeI Ito first Importance to get our training at tW cfcooi that stands in thevery front rank Thfc BRYANT B STttfTTQN J INCM COLLEGE IItTIIOcgKK HOPltTHANC 0I hi bfcflBe Write for fe TyWlTlNI beatitIfia1 rid te itb o TlIEGUtAHyra opyiaf prominent L rthr J IF E I PRE8IDEJJ fT=i i ri YAJTE1 lIBtIEftni itCe K branch factory rot the raaaufacUir an4 aIi of Poultry MiJcture Ji Wf 0aej maker and honest tl0i A astV sure and a fortune tq a iMnkkr vestigate this ltftrtM ifc C I1 t if k t younEm r pITiriiitfrieg frifbtfoUy frora J vbiiIlEltCpoist Clf undigtd IqOdQG Grayaon cr isjbok Dr King No4re- 9tutshIWih the resulVPbe ftrttatrtbat IIwas curedtJ Ail p erfgveraypropsrties ioc at C JnJ c dvua drug it ere guftrtBHecL- I F4Ei4 VANOC i TfjQII LJtfl PsI Lihe Conning Ape OnejJay the kopard wit im ape on the rood 4UM1tellng a bit buugTy k Decided io sit down aaB eat r the Utdt ftflpw her1WutJie ape meeklj I hope yam will Mijpjv 7oreIf for Ial wsijrg Hk e yoS Thank JiNt wid the lleopard 4Yw iiwMi tMapeyou8Qe- et1 i food IrewL e ralae audi want you to sJhHi sp to you w favor be jore jo e6t Jy throat Wb tiIIJt1 r r lbaT Jpttkfci eocoaBUtan Immense uot Cakltheapf and J 4T1Tz GOOD FRIEND OF MIKE want ta make you apresent of It Sou will bgirjch and happy all the rest ot yew life Thank y usnd the leopard And to bev8ure that It is all here aid the ape 1 vtimt to break the co coanut open 4Qf course said the leopard And as tlir e are no stones about tere Ifshall have to ask that you let me croft the cocoauut on your head jcontinceit the ape Verysvell consented the leopard Tliea isly Mr Ape took the cocoanut between his two hands and hauled oft tntl crccUed Mr Keoipard suphj a rat tHug good blow on the skull that the big fellow fell over on the ground as it dead 9And you may be sure that before he came to bis senses Mr Ape was many many miles away St Louis PostDis patch fQ Animal Story For Little PIlks ji1C BEAR WHO LOVED tilE MAID Way up In the frozen country near the north polo there lived a large polar bear He was a handsome fellow of enormous rslze with a silky wulte coat of great beauty of whlchhe was very proud He was the beau of all the lady polars In the district where he lived and would have been made nlIon If heliad not already been a bear Nearby these came to live a company of miners who were after gold One oft these miners iitfd a very lovely daugh ter and as soon as Mr Polar Bear saw her lie fell desperately la love wljh her nnd Imagmefl that of course as all the vdfes of his own set had loved him rilui otighkto return tits love flat she WI wONT oonoJB7ILL lIommt refused him antI he growing very say age determined to have her if he had fo catry Tier bff inside Father she said one day you must kill that bear Hes getting too familIarIAll right daughter never lear Ill fix him But he little knew with whom he had lo deal IJI1TIIEt1Tbeoura west byt ana rtitHer did not return CagoneotthmeLse started from the bouse aqroM tiie elJ to In4 him Jut M they reached the Ibore a strattge glfht Met their eyes There came MrP Jar rigged out with fritters utaH coat smoking fathers 1lve pkle down With father gun trailtoK M behind and with a strange oot about his stomach as though fa ther might have b6eu resting on the Inside f Wie wont go home till mornln gang the bear 88 he staggered along MAh my love I slmll soon infold thee In these loving arms be cried as he saw the girl on the shore Help help she cried Who will gave mq I Madam leave him t9me said a miner who taking his as cut a large hole In the Ice Mr near who had tasted tpo much from fathers flask before swallowing father did not see 1C Crack Swish Down he went As he Jjassed underthe miner lilt him a blow with the ax Some anlniie don know when thcya well ort he said dryly Atlanta Constitution BOOKWPRMS They Are Not Worms at All but Vcrr ladBatrloB Inect The name bookworm Is made to cov erau army of little creatures of various sizes shapes and kinds which can be found In books Really no one of them Is a worm though perhaps the flab moth and silver fish come nearer to It than aniof the others There are the book scorpions and mites which are not Insects but are primarily car nivorous TheIr presence In books may be due to the fact that they find there animal as well as vegetable food This is certainly true of the scorpions which otlteE1smallroach sliver fish and fish moth can have no reason for infesting books except their liking for farinaceous substances such as are used in and about the labels md bindings of books The damage Jone by them is largely confin ed to the exterior or Interior of the blndlnga themselves The white ants feed principally on wood and In and about books there is more or less wood fiber which Is to the liking of those voracious feeders The moths and beetles are the borers and burrowors They seek retired places to lay their eggs where the larvae will have plenty of food at hand when hatched They will sometimes tunnel from one cover to the other New York Herald MONARCHY IS RAIMENT Clothing Is tlic Power That Covcrnn the Unman Race There is no power without clothes It Is the power tliaf governs the human race Strip lts chiefs to the skin and no state could be governed naked of ficials could exercIse no authority they would look and be like everybody else commonplace inconsequential A policeman In plain clothes is one man In his uniform lie Is ten Clothes and title are the most potent thing the most formidable influence in the earth They nlove the human race to willing and spontaneous respect fr the judge the general the admiral the bishop the ambassador the frivolous earl the Idiot duke the sultan the king the emppror No great title Is efficient without clothes to support it In naked tribes of savages the kings wear some kind of rag or decoration which they make sacred to themselves and allow no one else to wear The king of the peat Fan tribe wears a bit of leopard skin on his shoulderIt is sacred to royalty the rest of him Is perfectly naked Without his bit of leopard skin to awe and Impress the people he jobtarkview DICKENS PHRASES The Extent to Which They Have Made Language Since Shakespeare no writer has made language to the extent that Dickens lias done and the number of common colloquialisms taken from his novels and which everybody uses ev cry day Is the outstanding proof of the success with which he has appealed to the imagination of the nation How often one hears Barkis Is will In Beware of vlddcrs Oliver Twist asks for more Codlins the friend not Short I dont believe theres no sich a person Let me put my lips to It wlien I am so dlspoged Waiting for something to turn up A trifle wearing The law Is a base The demnltion bowwows and so on Not a few actual words have come from Dickens to the dictionary Pdd snappery Pickwickian Pet sniffian Bumbledom and many other Dolly Varden the pretty heroine of Barnaby Radge has given her name to a hat while Mrs Leo Hunter the Artful Dodger Uriah troop and Mrs Jarley have become common generIc terms London Express FW IlleatltkYlltftstsOr lnaNl- ance Htnrj Commissioner will go to New York within the next few days to investigate the tight be ttfeea the offiders of the Equit able Life Assurance Society and to protect the interests of the policyholders He is in Louis vilie today HI feel sure Mr Prewilt said utbat the Equitable is in good shape and tbaf the policVeholders are inno dangeij of losing auy thing whatever Ipy this squabble 1 think it would be unwise for them to bring suits asking for a receiver for the company My purpose in going to New York is to see ifsome quick adjustment of tile trouble can be made i Henry J Powell manager iiir Kentucky of the Equitable isreturned from New York wmere he presided over the meetings at which the resignation of Mr Hyde was demanded He says that the tight is solely between the officers aId that it is not putting any expense upon tbe the company as all the expenses are being paid individually by thos con erned The business of the company he says has not teen affected by the trouble Times Clcaraa For Acion When the body is cleared for action by Kings Now Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the bright ness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Tjy them At CJ Haydons drug store 25 cents fourteen Fine Horses Burn The stables of the Frankfort Driving Association were destroyed by fire at an early hour last Friday morning Fire broke out at 1230 am burning four teen blooded horses and entail ing a lossof over 10OtO Among the horses burned WAS Desala a trotter owned by A D Martin The property is owned by the as sociation of which A D Martin is president The stables and track are located in the eastern suburbs of Frankfort and were formerly known as the Franklin County Fair Grounds The origin of the fire is un known The city water mains do not reach the grounds and from the first there was no hope of saving the buildings though the Frankfort Fire Department didwhat they could Insurance 7000 Anderson News Hot Veatter Piles Persons afflicted with Piles should bo carefulat this season oUhe year Hot weather and bad drinking water contribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and danger ous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and cures Get the genuine bearing the name of E C DcWItt Co Sold by alll Druggists The Money RaIsed The committee composed of A S Robertson Winston Wise man T O Miller and S W Menefee who were appointed to see the Danville merchants and raise 100 to pay for a prelimi nary survey of the electric line from Perry ville to Danville have just succeeded in raising the money Danville merchants re sponded generously to the call and greatly hope that the lline may be built to the cityDan rule Advocate M i Buggies by theCCarLoadg- i r I Is how we deal in vehicles to supply our trade We hav two warehouses fullof buggies of all styles and prices and p hay something to suit everybody tPlows Wagons and Other Imlpements We handle the genuine Oliver Clnlled Plows Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and 1 the best drills and seeders on the market We carry a full line of Collars Hames Plow Gear and P Wagon Barn ss or air kinds v 1- pai If you contemplate building a fence investigate our PAGE and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none better Agents for gasoline engines All sizes and best makes r McClure 8 Wells af 11 AuiIIMissingit WIIIam Daisy Formerly r This Place MysIerioi2lyDiaPpr Prom His Home In UoUlivlllc William Daisy who formerly lived at Lebanon and for a short time at this place and who married Miss Edna Walker a Springfield girl anda sister of Mrs C W Noe created a sensa tion by mysteriously disappearing from hishome in Louisville on Saturday night April 22 Mr C W Noe was in Lousville Wednesday of last week and while there the matter was re ported to the Louisville police Mr Noe could find rio explana ion for Daisys disappearance and Mrs Daisy is almost distracted The Louisville Times in giving an account of the affair says Daisy left home Saturday evening in company with his sister v horn he escorted to the home of a friend at Seventeenth and Magazine streets He then rode up town saying that he intended purchasing a suit of clothes He called at the bar bershop in the Columbia building where his brother John Daisy is employed and nothing has been heard or seen of him since Mrs Daisy thipksher husband met with violence She savs that their home life was happy Daisy does not dripk it is said and has never left his home be fore He has been married about threejearsand hac a son six months old Mrs Daisy is stop ping with a friend at 2807 Griffith avenue She was for merly Miss Edna Walker of Springfield Ky Sand bv DvnamIte Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if nothing bit dyna mite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept ner awake tights Two physicians could hot belp her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for con sumption coughs and colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bran chitis andla grippe At CJHaydons drug store price 5oc and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Wisdom in Paragraphs An engagement ring is the advance guard Mixed ale causes many serious ailments Life is a pitiful appeal for the unattainable A tish isnt necessarily crazy when it is in seine High water doesn tnecessarily raise the price of milk Many a poor bootblack has managed to shine in society Wearing a Rough Rider hat doesnt give a man a war record Experience is a dear school but it is noticed its graduates are ripe scholars The man who has plenty of horse sense never makes an ass of himself Its not what your grandfather did before the warits Can you make good today A snob is a man on a lladder who kisses the feet of the man on the round above hun and kicks at the man oh the round below him Some people spend so much of their time in trying to be amia ble that they havent time to eat n a living The marriage rate is higher in England than elsewhere being 15 per 1000 In most other countries it varies from 7 to 10 per 1000 Bows Thisd We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hails Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the underslghed have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out anT obligations made by his firm WAUMNP KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Drugeists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly tipon tue blood andmncous surfaces of die system Testimonials sent free Sold bY Druggists Price 75c per bottle I lake Halls Family Pills for con patlon The Electric Route Mr Azbell accompanied by Mr B L Green of Oleveland 0 and Messrs Joseph Me Dowell and George Rue of Per ryville was here Saturday They came over the proposed route forthe electric line from Perryville to this city and Bur gin and are favorably impressed jitTwith the propctogd new route Mr Grin ifri1 engtowr and represftiU tlJIWztern cap itHlists whO Are jko finance the enterpisV The toute over whtlIthey cain pses through tOMcDowell farm iiiir Perry vllle the Comingo lace the John A Vanarsdall farm the Rue farm and after crossing Saltriver passes through the farm of Dr Kyle and Grover Kyle and thence back of the Widdle place crossing the Danville pike between Beaumont College and Bush Allins home It divides the R E Goddard farmthe Magoffin place into two equal parts From Harrods burg to Burgin it is said they will use the Southern Railway Anctber route itt first considered WAS through Springs addition down Warwick street by the workhouse The first named route is the one that will be used if the road is built We are told that Mr Azbell is very sanguine and says thrtthe road will be built Mr Azbell and Mr Green went from here to Danville where a mass meeting 01cit ens held at which money was subscrided to make a survey to that point Harrodsburg Herald Trrllc Race With Death IIIDeith was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fear ful race with death as a re sult livertrouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of all interest in life I had tried mamy different doc tors and several medicines but got no b3nefit until 1 began to use Electric Bitters So won derful was their effect that in three days Ifelt like a new man and to day 1 am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at C J Haydons drug store price 50c Through The Bars JShreveport LaA mob of 25 men with sledge hammers broke into the jail at Homer La and fatally shot Dick Craighead who was charged with the mute der of Mrs Ike McKee the wife of his halfbrother and her little son Every telephone wire out of Homer was cut nd the riflesp of the Claibone Guards the local military company were seized before the move was made oh the jail After entering the jail they were unable to break into the cell so they shpt through the iron bars Reliving him dead they left Arrests may follow as it is said he recognized some of ithe party He was litterally shot to pieces SMcUi Genuine v Most of the patent meddine testimonials are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared id the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared ina big one with picture and when he was in this office today we asked him about it He says be had terrific pains in his stomach and thoiightbe had cancer His druggist recommended Kodol and be says itcured him He recom mended it to others who were als cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Sold by all Druggists Auto Crash Frankfort KyAheavy auto car driven by Emerson Cochran of Lexington while running at a thigh rate of speed crashed into a telephone pole on the Frankfort and Lexington turn pike and three of the occupants Were injured Lewis Combs who occupied a seat with Cochran sustained a fracture of the skull and received internal injuries which will re sult fatally JamesDoyle State Register of Lands was knocked unconscious and severely cut ubout the face and head Ed Kearney was rendered uh conscious and severely bruised Cochran JohnCombs and Frank Jaubert were uninjurad except fora severe shaking up being thrown some distance into a field The accident it is alleged was the result of a race with another car driven by Will P Muir also of Lexington and a well known racing automobilist Cochran and Muir were arrest editor fast speeding and fined Combs lies dying at the home 6f a farmer near where the accident joccurredi INot ie ImioseJ UPI F ley Cb Chicago originated f Honey and Tar asia throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleya Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute offered sno other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contain no opiates and is safest for children and delicti persons For sale by The Red Cros Drug Store aJ I 7T r ifeat SpeitlMi- f Well my retdtrs when I was a uoy I always thought that the word Coffee was a corker and the one Who spelled it was a speller from way back Bu my friend J H Waters oJ Springfield tells me that a man jn Washington county sent an Border to Wes Kinehart in the early 60s for ten pounds of that article and the order is yet in existence Now how do yon suppose he spelled it in his order Of course you dont know so will tell you here it iis Kaughphy If that aint a corker I dont know corks If any of the readers of The Stand withoutIuing a solitary letter that js right send it inUncle Rafe in Bardstown Standard A CrcepiuUi DeatlJ Blood poison creeps up to wards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Phrine Mind writes that a friend dread fully injured his hand which swelled uplike blood poisoning Backleris Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at C J Haydons drug store Bud Perryvilln Our little neighboring town of- Perryvile appears to be getting a tough name The latest es capade at that place is related by a correspondent in the Har rodsburg Herald as follows In a drunken row Saturday night Will Goodnight was shot the bullet taking effect in about an inch of the Heart Some made their escape by running through the creek and so fast they didnt wet their feet About adpzen were engaged in the fight which was fought with pistols sticks and rocks About 20 shots were fired Our grand jury and officers will investigate thetrouble and we think our citizens ought to rise in arms and put down such trouble A Scientific DIScovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for theI stomach that which it is unable to do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia lure tup plies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach re lazing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dy spepsla Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organ to transform all food into rich red blood Sqld bY all Druggists r Lexilgtal Captures The State fair Lexington sent down a com mitiee of ten of her mOt promi nentmen last Friday to lay her claims for the StateFair before thj Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association and captured the prize with little opposition from those locally interested in i bellbeldtween September and 23 Tnis decision was apnounced by the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association after hear ing from the representatives on both sides When the meeting was called to orerat 11 oclock Friday morning it was announced that the committee from Ken ington would first be given a bearing As members of this committee appeared a numbe of Lexingtons mosfc representa tativelnen Theoffer made by Lexington was a cash guarantee of 10000 and the free use of the grounds of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association and a request was made for three mem berson the Board of Directors QLouisvilles offer was made by Secretary John J Telford It was not favorable though the cash guarantee was the same It was necessary to charge 500 per day for th use of the loca grounds and all privileges weif reserved Louisville asked foi equal representation on the board A strong plea was made on behalf of Lexington ori account o I its centrallocation in the kagri SIWhen there is an epidemic of germ disease and most diseases are caused by germs it is the person with a weak stomach who you suffer with pains or distress after eating headache belching of gases sour food a bail taste in the mqutb dizzineis 11 in the heart pecks before the eye and a general feeling of dejpbndency weakness you she aid get well t once by 7 cultural section of the State The Lexington lon WM the Stole fair for Kentockiaoi and not Ior iotStae exhibitors This ear ted the day ad at the bfter noon session it was announced chat ihe Bluejfrass would have the fair this year j J fteB11 t Mail 113 fiirId The richest mall in theworld camnpt have his kidneys replaced nor live without them so it is imjrfjirtaBt not to neglect these orgapi If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign of the wl1ldrsadanger symptoms pear and your health will be restoredI as it strengthens and Lnilds up these organs as nothing else will Bowman Lebanon Ky writes I have used Foleys Kidney Curt and take great pleasure in atatinglt cured me permanently of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my life For sale by Thj Red Cross Drug Store- Wflshmfiis tItS Sfjse r In a speech at Winston Salem North Carolina Booker T Washington urged that the negro should work out the settlement of the negro problem by improv ing his making himself a useful citizen He counseled the negro against idling away his time or allowing his place to be filled by better workman He said that JJhe reason for white menhavng succeeded negroes as barbers and in other callings Vas that the white man keeps himself and his shop cleaner than does the average negro and does bet ter work This excellentfadvice amy not do much towards the uplifting of the negro because the negro waYSIWithout will tot be the fault of Booker Washington ihe only advocate of the negro who does not let sentiment run away with horse sense and one of thefew advo cates of the negro who do not labor undgr the impressicn that it is through receiving tations to cotillons that the nee growill eventually become equal 1 of the white man It was the misfortune of the South that there were not a store of Booker Washingtons at work upon the negro problem during reconstruction days when pre judica blinded partisans went about fomenting racial strife by equality entirely iignoring the fact that the rule of the survival of the fittest fixes the social status of the American iarmn You canLot havegoou hearth unless your kidney are sound for thfkld neys filter the blood of impurities which otherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause geriohs trouble If you havekldneyor blad der trouble and do not use 3oleyiKd ney Cure you will lave only yourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases For sale by TheRed Cross Drugstore f RatCatchiiig Plaits The boundry between the animal world is indistinct There are plants which eat animals so jbo speak and display an intelligence in catching their fOQd which al most leads to the conviction they posess brains Tie Venus fly trap of North Carolina is one of these carnivorous plants and other variteies are the pitcher plant or nepenthes of Borneo and Sumatra specyujyau of which are in the possession of the University of Pennsylvania The variety which catches the rather diminutive rats of that section 9f the world is known to botanists as the Nepenthese bicalcarata It contains a ba in filled1 with a liquid which stupe fies the animal which tries tO drink it The entrance to the pitcher closes two spur scatp1iI draWJlIinwbody is dissolved andgoes to the nourishment of the plantS Exchange Three Hallt Pittsburg The first tripleS criminal execution in the h stOry HOW TO AVOID GERM DISEASES ifStrengthen the Stomach and pd You win Kpep Well V a 8uccumbSfrst If pi std Oscar opportunitiesand invi preachingjsocial blackLouTimes that Digestion strengthening the stomach with Miona Just one small tabft out of a fifty cent box btfore eating and your digertivt sys tern will become so strong thai you wilITbe the erabodiwent of good health and spirit D need fear no germ diseaseas srj Ask TbeRed Cro JrUf81t to how the guarwitt ir whKih tbeyUMio1tn- ot t hgunlitcure of the C08 Jd riJseka1t iud L iroID O vaaimt 8 1last atLeetfdal Obey aJIcao W together MuhisCOmpftniOM to hifl a few mmuteft Tirt ro yI aade written coalwwkwa of their HTJES ancgaveThedetailsofthsoaingof 11 eJlKluzoc and another Bnu s if n hdalej i shot Kluzof J 11 JIIUfrtlDnslltt T 1tIs no store daerwg than to MfgliSt kidney disorders JFoley Kkley Care corrects irreguaritis M4 luta cared many severe ctstb ajFUr ether treacMCMt haiOIledj Jtflyp ikto up the Worn tt1h es afcdi restjoces health iIwneyccSmpla1stfOat iI L COWL but two bottfel of Folej IIJ J nej Cure effectdarrmaieRttrs t It For sale by The Red CrQea Drulr toee I t yeSlstIt Anf attempt wai madt to cre rnate the family f John SVtYtM in Lincoln county MndiynihtsMr Stevens was awakened bjr the fire which WM b riMbriskly on the dojr step Ifbile putting out the liteh wii Irid upon the chargejfrdm ashcsa destroying his right feii aad 4 badly injuring hii face On m vestigation it wa discovered that the only window to the house 4which Was on the back side was securelv fastened and proppedSfrom tile outside RIgs p1 J in oil were found lathe h were two children and a aL of jBfeivenif Mrs Saylor An can was found wiich it iV al leged was recogniaed as belong J JSingto her husband a near weigh r bor of Stevens Awarrinv has been issued lor G taLvilJeSylor charginghini with t tHarrodsburg Herald I Louisville Races i rIke Keiticky Dtrfcy toy il J1X tI JThe Kentucky Oaks Clark Had- 1capNuraarya4sevanOktr s Stakes Slcc lc haIl j a Fe hire r + J The Spring Met ting at Louis ville opening Derby D y May 10 las drawn mo1 re horaes thee r in former year Ever available r fstall in and u kleoftbe grounds is occupied All oflj V tbig SLtblest m the ft arerip resented eitherujtwhole or with jt J part of their strittgtitbeiBg imi 3 potsible to proyiaje fall ti The DERBXV oldest clawie ia t I 1fdttstarterst t TennesseeDerbyj Barnes Horn k Jolt wyauer of the Motgomrr 9i + Handicap beating aged bore flit hi I with his weight i Dr Lpgo the best threey0arbid art the fi cost winner of 4he Ascot and California 1t1I Terrible KurtzjBany BaVdeCj Y41andhave made the final peymiiak l and their owners expectalioae iue based on improvement over last years form In the Ken tucky Oaks t pntjoae hliW ftqualified with pbftaiole starters tf in Ilten La Dxxle AngIts f Druid Sageta tady GOOr4Sh u j1j1iitiere IMly l y MarIe Frances Ind JMihrord Belle The CLARK HANDICAP T has continued to bold thex sehigh ciass horsey the naajoritjr of whom are atvt etrackStee plechases will jbe givsst ever ther day the Ldukviile Steepte chases being aoacjag tloes rite The Tailroadst haye specialrate of ore aid oe third fires for the mef ting Q i40 delegation will heregrtro uctmkQiE J Washingtoa r Ed w ard A iVauglran afc e Jfand Itudeot t the Kentuc MlliUrr Institute wHo served with tie Third Kentucky Infaa try durisf tbe SpanishAmerican f war has come t4 griefin Win fr jli4OOOeadyliterature containing a pki rt of 1 A beiutiful rwkrlmoe which be LJ5kI was his homit aDd aa i ti Ihemee l1aill claimed to OWL L1- Onaccouat of iaaW tat L tiolJ wbel ie sa J pre4ojobaeof I orts toni oitl the i vMufket be l4Mr uaf riUMOCB te UM sem 9tlOQaod upw steveetd p bj him ia wbeat ftid10have dOM a 1QdSAfter M tn vertigatkm by he po ioJtof olkiafa a f raod order m was issued agaio t himpTOxI ADl I t j r ARR Aw1For fJrn1e 3axir- gces 1 3 jJ Jrnaliri Eft4 Ii C I 1 t MJIf ClUPna Ill flJ fT HBR1 Ira SMTC stbsiry than ef keavt7 ef4tj fiI tHen trew e ClMuiw1re JBd face in mirr for an i AIi IIi that fot the 4tre tio iteknoW1 o nobffit7 1bfford hcr4M impatiently ih are MeA kept iittitlBt Servants are Itifcr motnmt iearckfasg palace and M pk for pou Wiire beyou been J wIi tfctiereet yourlnnjesty 1Jr 7 i am dei iW I ecrn that you t I t jm mbre than ijow Are yoJ jve L face almost light t r majesty nt L ai1 reltef mk ThMFw J t your malady etturentleatJ j jt with Yet IMula aW toflaty you Mjk BO ms te tJwllatI am not will p 3 if do inyaetf for the good of the vMete i and 1 sIll be slaoitlyo the rond- pt iJGUItpl Wkttlr your majesty asked the iarW wkk laUtac Countenance for 1- tfCwio IreUadhe dird to Journey i Md be kafW itfce kiugad no inten etoviDCtewrfltre west l UXoIoacloltt course a short stent rer ted odL But itt you are ailing janrsfMr the highway barge on the at your dlpeal lit oed the earl some t kia toj dismay In his Met lwp d your ma jesty Wonld f M to Ireland which I Assure 1DaJNt1 ISM teen somewhat neg late pxcIaImodthek1ngbrusqte Jjr I kasw year aNxiety in that 4urter mtM tree thinks thattask w 11M o tJ iiertaBt with which he inv J tteijsls but my position iYe8 mt a TlrfT s rW the whole rialiadyu4ISlts et ta their jp1pMdeW1n my ejraJd AM ssM MM to Neb other IrdSSiM well eli bit it is the heart and not 1MUai fril empire that requires d ite phjr tdH8 care Parliament has efMoed badly and is like to give trouble t USM treated with a firm hand TIM bead e the earl appeared anyI 4 thc bfit firm It wavered as It sought ike support of the chairs drm Have I your majestys permission i t ekted 1 amnot well Straf r f 1 1 THrlrttcriedthe king him prif taking chair am deeply t l grayed Jo s e you so nhwell but a p f oqtrney to London Jls a small matter I e np red wltfe a marcli upon Dublin ikUck is like tp have killed you in your peqtut coadlttoo IwJe d your majesty the smaller J4wnicy juiiy well have the more fatal 1 iefsiiiMttOH Murmured the earl but lIC kJlIC pid BO attention to there t Ir h foe fita wandering eye now ie MMcht o Ii third In the confer ence wBlclibr4j ht1gurprised dlspleas are to MiH rowJxTtie girl was stand iRe beiatad tbe1iIh bock at the chair in 4 I w kk she k4been seated in a gloomy aaffte where tbf flrellghifsjvhlch played I IP fklBlyop the king andStrafford did t meHouch her yhom lane we here jche flippant f yiht et tb forest or my eyes de f 4cie me How comes this girl in my i fyjvalicey so fnfimate with my Lord 4f Ktrkstord irbo seemed to meet her as J as4r sHfer but yesterday j Tke Mwniierln ijisplclon of Charles 1 i nrjM aroused and tie glanced from one i In the other in haughty questioning 1 fOil sever met ber until I encountered set la the forest wucu I had the honor Ai atcompnnj your majesty Today J 1 waJkfd Tvith De Courcy and oth tier e cape a second accosting from Y t MHswxpected as the first The i CNvedprlvatc speech with me ieni 11 tomewbat reluctantly grant i Tb upshot Is she brings me proof Wlkich I anaot tfpny that she Is my ee t dURhter- Your eldeit daughter cried the tkiog amused i rs your family then f M widely scattered and so far un knowa to you that such a claimant May prim Up at any moment I was married nrlvateh w l1Jrton Cir I ouiwtanqeg separated me from my wife andY although her father curtly Informed soe of her death he said noth z tAg Ofssue There wasil feud be tweea n eatlrcly oa his part I had t Mttgbt acaiaot klm vl seems he has ketn dead tkJb year past and my daugkter getting news of her father all Sir Johns papers comes thus sesthward to make inquiry iYowfii11 Into good fortune my girl Your extraordinary claim is most read t fly allowed VFrances finding nothlnsjto say kept eUence and b wcd her head to the king whom she had regarded throughout with rapt attention Where got you your gift of prophe ey2 Is prescience hereditary and has your fathers mantle already fallen on joursfebuklers He js my best friend jtwhl and I my worst enemy Mad an yoa did not lack ior boldness but the force of the flattery of your father f iii teeeeaed by my knowledge of your lr Miatfonshlp hitherto concealed from t iW1 If r UYonr majesty It hhs hltherto been r ceeceakHl from myself said the earl 1 Vearily pHMtke slrl no tongue It wagged freely eaougk In the forest Come sayJcY4I wAJesty Ihumbly crave your 1 do The words I used yesterday 4 tiirtre not mine but those of a gypsy In t Ih Borthj WhO told me I was the l rttrof tae Earl of Strafford at a l tjm wbcti such a tale seemed so ab f Mtfd that I laughed at her for connect lag xr aae of Wentworth with one t ti Ju1ti4 M the jEarl of Strafford pir JattrJreceiVed prQot that such 4w p case her words re t t aed io ai I had HO right to use tken te ye jtCiiap presence but the n to Mffr eif the Lord Strafford pre essleAMyjwi rhlm Thus baft1 cdII osht tsreept Ii4jn U w t wW ton e ny strategy rt yJt t tsKifc liltfittentipn toward 11 155Spettil private n1 Ae w4Iii tf ltti iMion seems to have Deen success fiiL JDo not think I placed any weight upon your words be they gypsy spoken or thef outcome of spirit of mischief My Lord Strafford you will to London 1wtnnUyyour majesty 7 4j win consult with y6u there tomorrow And have no fear for on my oath as a man on my honor as a king I JTheJ left the room as abruptly as he had entered it For some moments Strafford lay back in his chair seemingly In a slate of collapse The girl looked on him in alarm f Sir is there anything I can do fdr yourtshe asked at length Call a servant Tell him to order a coach prepared at once and see that It Is well horsed for I would have the Journey ns short as possible My lord you are in no condition of health to travel to London I will go to the king and tell him so Do that I requested you and trouble jme not with counsel There Is enough of womans meddling in this business already Frances obeyed her fathers Instruc tions without further comment thed came and sat 4n her place again The earl roused himself endeavoring to shnkeoff his languor What think you of the king he asked He sa man corroded with selfish ness Tut tut Such things are not to be spoken in the precincts Of a court Xo nor thought He is not a selfish mon arch other than all monarchs are selfish but discussion on such a theme Is fruitless and I must be nearing my dotage to begin It I am far from well Frances and so like the infirm must take to babbling Do you fear parliament my lord How can it harm you when you have the favor of 1heklngTt I fear nothing my girl except fool Jsh unseen interference Interference that may not be struck at or even hinted against Did they teach youth history of France In your school Noy my lord Then study it as you grow older Ill warrant youll find it Interesting enough Ruined by women Buined by women Seven civil wars in seventeen years and all because of viperish brainless women Well we have one of the breed here in England and God help usl You mean the queen my lord Hush Curses on it will you be as outspoken as another of your sex is spiteful and subtle Mend your than ners buzzy and guard your tonae Could you not see you spoke too freely to tlieklng a moment since VSlr I am sorry uBe not sorry but cautious Strafford fell Into a reverlev and there was silence in the room until the servant entered and announced that the coach was ready whereupon his mae ter rose unsteadily Sir said the girl will you not eat or drink before you depart Xo Then looking sharply at his daughter he inquired Are you hun gry Yes my lord Bring hither some refreshments whatever is most ready at hand and a measure of hot splcd wine I had forgotfen your youth Frances think ing all the world was old with me When the refection came she ate but sparingly despite her proclamation but coaxed him to partake and to drink a cup of wine He ordered n womans cloak brought for her which when she had thrown It over her sshoulders he himself fastened at her throat There be said when the cloak enveloped hIth1t Will protect you somewhat for the plght grows cold Stratford himself was wrapped in warm furs and thus together they went down the stairs to the court now dimly lighted A cavalier who seemed to have beeh standing in wait for them stepped out from the shadow of the arches and Frances recognized the French spark whom she had so frankly characterized earlier in the day My lord protested Ie Courcy Jauntily you have your comrades at u disadvantage You have captured the woodland nymph and I hear propose s IrHfs her away to London I do protest tie most unfair to tHose who are thus lettbehlnd Sir said Stratford with severity pausing In his walk I would have you know that the lady to whom you refer is the Lady Frances Wentworth my eldest daughter ever to tie spoken NaIat their distinct peril The Frenchman pulled off his bonnet with an impressive sweep that brushed its ample feather lightly on the stones He bent his body in a low obeisance that threatened were it not so acrobat ically accomplished to pitch hIm forward on his nose If I congratulate your lordship on finding so rare a daughter rather than offer my felicitations to the lady in the attnlnment of so distinguished a fa ther it Is because I am filled with envy of any man who acquires a companion ship so charming Their arrivAl at the carriage with its four impatient horses postilion ridden saved Strafford the effort of reply had he Intended such He seated himself In the closed vehicle and his daughter sprang nimbly in beside him ignoring the proffered aid of De Courcy who stood bowing and bending with much courtesy and did not resume his bonnet until the coach lurched on Its lumber ing way preceded and followed by a guard of horsemen for the Earl of Strafford alway traveled In state Nothing was Said by either until the Jingling procession was well clear of the park when the girl with a shud der exclaimed I loathe that scented fopY Then seemingto fear a reproof for her out spoken remark added I know I should not say that but I cannot see what you have in common with such a creature that you are civil to him To her amazement her father laugh ed slightly the first time she had heard him do so- When wo travel Frances safe out of earshot you may loathe whom you please but as I have warped you tie sometimes unsafe to give to your feelings within fourcxpresslonJ may find little in common Tatn Icnst otulJ with such as Da w FrII- iv a ai b IMr bt th f3 f1 NtITito tine tv wasp wDo you otiiutt crtiib Stti till ke to underlay Wild then I sfcall crust ruthlessly but the time is nbt yet eia the ear ot the qi eenr and sha tiTr of her i llt1E it Wpect Hk r Ptke1que a moVe against jpuf One reason is that lam this moment Journeying east When I would be traveling west In truth my girl you seem resolved unconsciously to show you are your fathers daughter with that uncurbed tongue of yourst for a lack of lying is like to be my un doing It I had told the king I must to London tie most like we were now on our way to Dublin But it may be the king hlmseWJ who thus orders you contrariwise I know theklng He is not as you think selfish but ever gives ear to the llatest counselor He Is weak and thinks himself strong a most danger ous combination With trembling hand he speaks of Its firmness Now a weak monarch or a strong monarch matters little Engjand has been blessed with both and has survived the blessing but a monarch who is weak and strong liy turns courts disaster War with the Scots says the kingi He will smite them with a firm hand V ry good a most desirable outcome But our captains promoted by a womans whisper and not by their own merit trust to the speed of their horses rath er than the ingenuity of military skill and so escape the Scots Our army Is scattered and there is panic in White hall I am called from Ireland and come scare able through illness to sit my horse I gather round me men of action and brain and send madams favorites to the rear where they will gallop in any case as soon as the ene my shows front What is the result A portion of our Scottish friends are cut up and those whose legs are un touched are on the run Very good again The doss are rushing for their kennels What happens An added title for me you might suppose Not so A censure conies posthaste from London Leave the Scots alone The king is negotiating with them In the face of victory he embraces defeat A peace Is made that I know nothing of All their demands are granted as if they had environed London I am left like a fool with a newly Inspired army and no enemy hey termed it nego tinting in London but I call it surrender And you think the queen is responsible Who else Her generals were dis graced and whipped like dogs TJri valiant in the battlefield they are pow erful in thej antechamber and their whines un e in thC ears of the Lijr o- fPtice who would rather see her hus f i5l = f JUAn t SIR TO l i was never one to nanr DrtcK on tilings that are past My duty was to save the king from future errors One more grave mistake lay open to him and that was the summoning of par- lIament at such a moment It was a time for action not for words If Y9u meant to concede why did you not concede without bloodshed Y was a question sure to be Disked a question to which there could be no answer Very well L accepted In humbleness the fCensure that should have Men placed on other shoulders and sent back by the courier who brought It a message imploring the kink to call no parliament until we had time to set our house In order and face lords and commons with good grace I then ar frangodmy command so that If the Scots broke forth again would meet some examples of military eel ence and not view only the coat tails of the queens favorite generals No reply coming from the king I mounted my horse and with only one follower set forth for London Pushing oa through darkness on the second night of my Journey 1 heard the galloping of a horse behind me rind drew rein emily expecting that the greedy Scots asking more than could be allowed had taken to the field again Good friend I cried what news that you rlthso fasti Great news lie an parUnmcntJssummoned member I ride in haste Before the month is done we have Stratfords head in our hands and off his treacherous shoulders The girl gave utterance to a little cry of terror Oh twas nothing but some brag gart countryman knowing tot to whom he spoke so freely and big in the importance of his membership dash lug on to London thinking the world rested on blsspecd and thus I learned how my advice had been scorned When I met the king he was all panic and regret He had conjured up the devil easily enough but knew not how to alloy him He bewailed his mistakes and called himself the most unfortunate of monarchs eager to please yet constantly offending He was ina con trite mood but that soon changed my head they want I said Do ltTls it as you please If it is useless to rca tecs It to them if uspfaL tiis j h iLJO 1 IJKede thein nothIng H lirjWjioifc unappreciated corn ptaSM1C a wk was to be the rJIil kan1 should learn who was ruler tjfJJKe reels He gave me per mlssloi to return to my post I was his only friend his truest counselor That was yesterday You heard him speak today It is still the firm hand but I must to London There indeed exists a firm hand but it is concealed and so directed by hatred of me that it may project the avalanche that will overwhelm us all And what will you do in London asked his daughter in an awed whis perGod knows Had I the untram meled ordering of events I would strike terror into parliament as I struck ter ror into the Scots or the1 Irish but but If after that there was a similar sneaking underhand surrender why then the countryman would have my head as he hoped I fear there ire troublous times ahead Tired with long converse und the jolting of the vehicle Strafford sank Into a troubled sleep from which he was at lat awakened by the stopping of the carriage in front of his townhouse CHAPTER IV F RANGES WENTWORTH cross ed the threshold of her fathers house with more trepidation than she had experienced on en terlng the palace of the king at Imp ton Court Here probably awaited a stepmother wjth her children and Frances doubted the cordiality of the approaching reception The ever in creasing fear of her father a sentiment felt by nearly all those who encounter ed him mingled with hatred usually on their part but with growing affec tion on hers prevented the putting of the question whether or no Lady Straf ford was now In London Their Jour ney together had been silent since be ceased the exposition of the difficulties which surrounded him a man whom all England regarded as being pars mount in the kingdom yet in reality baffled and almost at bay Looking back over the day now drawn to its close she marveled at her own courage in approaching him as she had done light heartedly and confident Were her task to be reenacted her mind misgave her that she would not possess the temerity to carry it through with her new knowledge of the man Yet If Strafford were hated In tire three kingdoms he seemed tobewell liked in that little despotism his home where servant clustered round for lach of whom lie had a kind word Whether they knew of his coming or sot the house was prepared for his reception fires blazing and a table spread in tlw room to which he eOn I BEG OF YOU RISE they u a unujTorer Cute the night was cold and damp and the inward warmth ntruck gratefully upon the senses of the travelers Mrs Jarrett said the earl to his housekeeper who looked with wonder at the newcomer he had brought have you aught of womans trappings that jvlll lit my daughter here Your daughter my lordr Yes und as you will be consumed by curiosity until you know how It comes so I will add that she Is newly found having llvpd till now with her grandfather in the north and Is the child of my second wife Frances War burton married by me some seventeen years since Any further particulars my daughter herself will supply if you question shrewdly as I doubt not you will but postpone inquiry I beg of you until tomorrow Meanwhile robe he as best you may with the materials at band and that quickly for I wish her company at supper Frances was then spirited away to the apartment assigned to her and when presently she reappeared she was costumed more to her fathers Ilk ing than had hitherto been the case They sat down together to the meal that hud hastily been prepared for thcni Tomorrow if I remember aright what you said Is your birthday Yes my lord Is It difficult for you to4say father My other children pronounce the word gllblj tnrough When you and I first met and even since then you seemed not backward in speech Sir I find myself more afraid of you than I was at the beginning Strafford smiled but answered I assure you there is no need I may be an implacable enemy but I have the reputation of being as stanch a frlQnd So tomorrow is your birthday saddened by the fact that it is also the date of your itlers death That is p loss for which a man in my onerous posftfon cannotVevou partially atone butit is a loss wblch you perhaps have not keenly felt It seems heartless to speak thus but the4act remains that we cannot deeply deplore the depar tore of what we have never enjoyed One thing I can covenant that you shall not hereafter know the lack of money which is something to promise in a city of shnn rtdtheter a cry for JwJf n groan Cad silence and next Mrs Uarfett was inovjac shout the ifom and bad drawn Cur tame that let in a gray misty daylight i uu re never KnOwn the lack ot It my lord Have you Indeed been so fortunate Well there again you bear a resem blance to your father Sir John was reputed comfortably off in the old days and I infer he harbored his wealth a somewhat difficult task in times gone by Are you then his heir One of two my lord Ah yes I bad momentarily forgotten the brother who favors hjs grand father rather than his Ire I am like to be overbusy tomorrow to attend the mart of either mercer or goldsmith and if I did I should not know what purchase that would please you toI what catches your fancy and your father by naming It his gift am very tired and shall not rise II tomorrow Do not wait breakfast for me Good night daughter Good night father Although he had said the last con ventional words of the day be still stood there as if loath to retire then he stooped and kissed her on the lips ruffling her black wayward curly hair so like his own in texture color and freedom from restraint and patting her affectionately on the Shoulder You will not be afraid of me from this time forward child rt he asked Indeed Frances I gr superstitious as I become older and I look on your strange arrival as in some measure providential There is none of my own kind to whpm I can speak freely as I did to you in the carriage My daughters my other daughters are too young My tady Strafford takesmuch interest in her garden and dislikes this London house and this London town for which small blame is to be Imputed to her In you its mans courage is added toa womans wit and who knows but my daughter may prove the reenforcement I lacked in my baffling fight with the unseen I hope I shall not disappoint youI sir though I am but a country maid with some distrust of this great city and its Court City andy ourt are things we get speedily accustomed toTjel1 again good night sweetheart and sleep soundly I see those fine eyes are al ready heavy with slumber But sleep came not so quickly as be compllinrapid change and tense excitement The strange transformation of the present and the dim troubled vista of the future which opened out to her cherished thought and discouraged slumber Was It possible that she was thus to be transplanted was to stand by the side of the greatest mnnJn Eng land his acknowledged daughter his welcome aid God grant she might not fall him if he had real need of her And so she planned the days to come She would be as subtle as the craftiest She would coyer all dislikes as the cloak hafc covered her and her Ups should smile though her heart revolted Her tongue must measure what it said and all rural bluntness should disap pear f She slipped from these meditations IQr to a hazy bewildering conflict her farther somehow was in a danger that she could not fathom she lacking pow er to arpt to him restrained by InvJsIbla Is my father yet risen she cried 4Oh good lack no your ladyship nor will he for hours to come The girls head fell baek on her pil low and she said dreamily I thought there had been trouble of some sort and men fighting Indeed your ladyship and so there was a rioting going on all thq night I think the citizens of London are gone mad brawling in the street at hours when decent folk should be In their beds Tis said that this hew parlia ment is the cause but how or why II do not know Although the Earl of Stratford did not quit his chamber until noontide he was undoubtedly concerned with af fairs that demanded attention from the greatest minister of state There were constant runnings to and fro mes sengers dispatched and envoys reedy ed with the heavy knocker of the door constantly arap It was two hours after midday when Strafford sent for his daughter and she followed his mes senger to the library where she found her father in his chair beside Ii table although he wjis equipped for going forth from the house There had been seated before him DC Courcy but the young than rose as she entered and greeted her with one of his down reach iqg bows which set her aquake lest he should fall forward on his face My child said the earl I am about to set out for parliament and it may be late before I return Yet I think you shall sup with meat 7 if all goes well and debate becomes not too strenuous but do not wait in case I should be detained I counsel you not to leave the house today for there seem to be runny brawlers on the streets Any shopman will be pleased to wait upon you and bring samples of Ills wares so send a servant for those you wish to consult My friend De Courcy here bejs the favor of some converse with you and speaks with my approval Straff vJ looked keenly at the girl and her heart thrilled as she read the nnsnokcn message with Quick JntuI Cet f 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iir amnv use for De Courcy and she must be suave and dlploinatI Thus already she was her fathers ally an outpost In his vast concerns now committed to her The young man saw nothing of this for lie had eyes only for the girl The broad rim of his feathered hat was at his smirking lips and his gaze of admiration was a un mistakable as it was intent Sir I shall obey you in all and hope to win your thIngsI said Francespwlth an the head i h You are sure of the latter In any case my child replied Strafford Vjs ing And now De Courcy I think we understand each other and I mayi rely upon You To the death my lord cried the young man with another of his courtly genuflections Oh let us hope it will not be necessary quite so far as that I bid you good day Tomorrow at this hour IIshall look for iu report from you For the moment goodby my daughter sooner was the earl quit of the room and thedoor closed behind him than De Courcy with an Impetuous movement that startled the girl flung himself at her feet Her first limpulse was to step quickly back but she checked It and stood her ground Oh divine Frances he cried how impatiently I have waited for this rapt moment when I might declare to you Sir I beg of you to rise TIs not seemly you should demean yourself thus Tis seemly that the whole world should grovel at your feet my lady of the free forest for all who look upon you must love you and for me who have not the cold heart of this north era people I adore you and do here avow it You take me at a disadvantage sir I have never been spoken to thus I am but a child and unaccustomed on askQuIto Most beauteous nymph How man grand ladies of our court would give all they possess to make such confession trilyr Aye the queen herself I do assure you sweetest such argu ment will never daunt a lover I implore you sir to arise My father may return That he wlir not And if he did twould pleasure him to see my suit advancing I loved you from the first moment I beheld you and though you used me 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has been watching their proceedings with Interested curiosity Darwin tells us of similar incidents ia the life history of deer and cites qs BOincwlfat of an argument against the docjrme of the survival of the fittest that while two lordly and robust stags- reIlgbtThg torthe 1iinditSvIlI often Lie11 that a tlmld and feeble third rtat will come In and carry off the prize But no such capriciousness as that t allowed the female rook Probably before the battle begins be who aspires be her future lord and master hasj tOtllfigbtlbhnvival of the fittest When once they IsJnsurcdjj seein to stick little further rn ocJcnslonnJl I think a gay Lothario bPoughtfnotil ony vof rooks unite against him and t eck and beat him with their Wings till CjIs attire point of death Ji T i6ronarhniiB Thoroughness is the twin brother et oncsty When an employee gets the sputatlon of doing a early but exactly right Itliasmorej with his employer than dIr1Cl ec alent2ucce M IIFl can BEES1 LaXative itHONfWAAnH N aU 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