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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8P11tarl11 111Jl11 0I ZESr aJnI ga Jr I ltial liew Serief Yol nNo 17STRIFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APBIL 2 1906 t r LEO HJiiYpox so B TjiOMPSOXj Jr HatdonTbolpSOn UNDERTAKERS WD EMB AIMERS rry in ttock all kInds ofllIMraJ r f z i OUR DIRECTORY rh r f ftWHlfGFlErT ntYleatof TTiilii1qjrt n ownty1 52 milesi south etot lytacinfiTtont 59 miles from ICxMMville e Bardstowc branch of H i11eaa4 Nashville railroad in s 4farsisg aid agricultural district I w g Beaks teftfripli and telephone i L r jikii pcee office float mills lumber I I o tTM1POf atioH J10D population of r wMrtyl5QOt Representative in CoBsress Hon D VJL Smith Hod enTille Ky tepsetntatiye in Xeytuck Legis tlirilat1Kef Hoa V D Clay brooke L 1 i1 JUfcwwmtatfveJn State Senate Hori a 2 TilIatr1 Lanci ter Lebanon Ky 4 County Directory tit CIRCUIT COURT f 0 Circuit Court begins on the fourth f I koidaY in Fjebruary May and Octo f fcav t 1I 4 I U TliurJUJ Judge KI Durham Commonwealth AtI 1cYb f K OampbelUCierk fI M G Leaciman Ma ster Commiss onu 1I S QUARTERLY COURT r Quartcrly Court is held on the third rfonday in each month B 14 I Usey Judge COUNTY COURT Couuty Cv trt inee ont fourt1- Monday in etch mouth 814 LItsey Judge W F Booker County Clerk J T S May est County Attorney fQeorge Catlett Jailer Bvron Croake Sheriff Richurdlsham Sidney Osborne r Rj H Mullican Ed Masters Depjuties James F Moore County Surveyor J iRoyalty Assessor r T p OBryau Deputy Robert Ifoe Treasurer jM Montgomery Coroner fr W Bush Supt of Common WoIi PO Springfield CITY COURT James RjNde Police Judge t John GMW Mxrshal Ey Grigsby City Attorney USTICECOURT Jiwtice Courts are held in January April Jult and October si CHwrch Directory 4 METHODIST CHURCH J C Hoskinson Pastor Ser Y YRev Third Sunoays yice 01 the First and W in each month atlla mand7 0 pn SH daySchool every Sunday atlO am Prayer meeUQg every Wednesday V 1 lig1st r Kt CATHOLIC CHURCH 45feri JR E Hennessay Pastqf Ser- II jccs every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock fiiiB Sorvices at St PCSj same hours N f4t CHRISTIAN CHURCHi X TtV ToWdlden Pastor Service I eachIJJUYi T 30 Latimer Pastor J ftcliiiig Vriirjr Sunday at 11 LDL- j t ikIJY 5IO1 every j aM at 7 PPI I Bnaflij it iii L Pryreetlflg TnvihIt7oc1ock- I i t c cIAPTIST CHURCH fl IdItr Wm larrtlonWllllalaslol i ticking every Sunday at 11 am a4 J15Pm Sunday School every Juidayat930 am Prayer meeting sycry TiHday evening at 715 oclock 1V j Fraternal Orders i MASOXIC LODGE Springfield lodge Ho tMeets first and third MoUday il I irK1l0Rtk k 5 WankiHjton R JA Chapter No 11 7 eeta every second Tueiday d ri jrfieldLCottacil rJo52 meets on erT1HrlR MoyKWWHTf Of T Pil ACAKEKS Meet cfi Tiit Jirfct W ncsdav In each mon f t FOllYS L HOiANDTAR TlMtriftMl T Js BOMTT mmd TAIL U te tLR UkIa1aafl r J r T11E NEWSLEADEli t t f V ii w fi fi iiN fiifiH rrll ROUND OF TALK i iI Fste ByWill itIUlltsjj What to me this hollow brillance that my eyes now nghtlygeet Keath the lamps like fallen meteors lodged above the city street As I stroll among the scenes to which ambition lately led All their novelty is vanisheda9d I yearn for what is For my thoughts are reminiscent and as carrier pigeons fly From the presents garish evenings to the evenings long gone by I amagine my returning from the fields thrilled with the joys And the hopes that somehowweaken- when no longer we arc boys am harking to the whispers of the twilight woods again can hear the toads shrill quaver that presages coming rain While away through dogwood bios soms spreading white as ocean foam Now evasive now quite steadygleam the farmstead lights at home As I pass the brooding meadow theres- a tiny murmuring And I know that everfaithful there awaits the wayside spring As J lift its sparkling waters in the hollow of my palm Why my spirit too is freshened fees its former peaceand calm Then as though some heavenly censer spilled its sweetness from on high 14 the ordors of the orchard as in evenings long gone by But how dear among the pictures that present themselves to sights specially the window glimmering a rose of light Where with busy needle flashing oer her darning baskets load Mother listens forthelad that trudges whistling up the road Scarcely dreaming that for her sake In the weary years to come He would prize above all memories the farms ead1ights at home m IELEPHONEAs week in speaking of the movement to improve the telephone system of our county those citizens who have taken the matter up and are working for the improvement are to be com mended for the enterprise but at the same time they and es pecially the city officials should exercise great care in the mat ter of granting concessions and making contracts JLS the mat ter now stands the Cumberland Telephone Cohas no franchise in the town but is operating simply under a permit or con tract Neither has the telephone company any right of way over the public roads of the county Before agreeing to extend the lines and improve the service the telephone people are asking these concessiens of the town and of the county It would be unreasonable to expect any telephone company to go to the expense of putting in new lines and improving and extending the servicewithout being protec ted by legally granted privileges Both the county and town authorities are inclined to encourage the enterprise realizing as theydo the value tp the busi ness of a community oia good telephone system The officials very properly wish to thoroughly investigate the matter however before making any contract or granting any privileges The city council is now considering a contractwith the telephone peo dle whereby it will be seen that the interest of the town and the patrons of the telephone through put the town and county will be protected A sale of franchise will have to be advertised and the telephone Icompany will be given an oppqrtunity to bid for it Nothing should be done hastily or without due considet ation in this important matter l iIIm HE DANGER The7 greatest danger which threatens the price of tobacco for the coming season not excepting the much abused Trust is overproduction It is also something thatit is almost impossible to control for nothing short of unfavorable weather conditions and low prices has yet been known to have any effect You may argue with ye farmer and he will aglee with you that it is unwise croj1Aand jfluClfche market and thajt jwwter such circumstances itIimfWiooablB to expect gocll prices He ilPgreewith fda aBdJtepreftches the same doe triws but when it comes to iW 2 lnYroW lili i practice he will expect his neigh bor toput in the small crop He will go ahead and quietly put out a few more acre of plants thinldnto reap the advantage of the decrease in acreage and consequent high prices whichf his neighbor is expected to about The failing is but a weakness in human nature midis hard to correct The greatest danger in this over planting however is that the growers are tempted to planted more tobacco than they can successfully culti vate If every man would putout just such an amount as heI may cultivate well enough that he will be sure of a good quality- all would be well but what hurts the tobaccomarketet is to have it gutted with a lot of poor grade tobacco Large quantities of extra good tobacco will not cause la low market It is popr quality which plays the mischief with the market If every to bacco grower would be careful and be sure that he has hands enbugh and barnroom enough to thoroughly cultivate and takeI care of all the tobacco he plants so as to produce a good article the danger from overproduction would be robbed of its terrors It is difficult to cure a cough or free yourself from the dircemforts ofatt cold unless you move the bowels Beefe Laxative Honey and Tar acts on the towels and drives all cold out of the ysteni Then comes its soothing effect and strengthening influence upon the throat aod lunge For croup whopping cough colds and all Lung and Broncml affections no remedy isJ equal to the original Bees Laxative Honey and Tar Sold by Uaydoasj Pharmacy Meeting of Presbytery The Presbytery of the Trap sylvania convened at its regular Spring meeting In ths city last Tuesday morning at 1030 o cflock The opening sermon was preached by the retiring Moderator Rev Gilbert Glass of4 Stanford Rev Ratchford was eected Moderator and A S Moffett D D Recording Clerk L H BJanton D D and Elder McAfee were elected delegates to the1General Assembly The CampbellsvHle and Bethel churches were granted permission to extend a call to Rev S P Hawes for his services as pastor for these two churches Wed nesday morning Presbytery in a body yisitedjthe Buchanan Col legiat Institute and lit night the services Were in the interest of Sabbat hjschools when excel lent addresses were made by DrsE M Greene A SaMoffett and Reys Simpson Cleland and Glass The Sessional Reports sbOwthat the churches in the Presbytery are in good condition and growing Harrodsburg was chosen as the place of the nex- tmeetingTaylor County En quite ErttHioI MAi Rclieyel Suffering frightfully from the virulent poisons of undigested food C G Gray fon of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills1sviih the result he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25c at C J Hay dons drug store guaranteed ISad Plight The sad plight of an unfortu naVe girl came to light late yes terday afternopn iWfaen a colored wom n told Officers Britton and Herron tlia1they would in vegtigatethey could probably un ravel a deeprmystery at the home of Mary Dean on Chiles street One bldck from Main Being pressed 4 by the officers for explanation sjie said that last Sunday shc hear1l the cries of an infant in Miy1ans home This so aroused nr curiosity that she watched her and on Wednesday afternoon w when mary left the house tejtfporarily he slipped in went up stairs Land discovered a jd eld baby in one of the room The two of 5cera immadTatoly sought Judge Corn for laclylci and henanI three weio the Dean home After Eyeral vij orou knocka their w fI a4miUtd lDd found a tItJ t rather pretty woman lying on a bed and suffering much pain Mary was asked if there was a baby in the house and she an UPIstairspaired upperrfloor there a most horrifying specta cle met their gaze jfor they fcund a Head babyboy of large size lying on the top of an old bureau with a dirty rag spread over its face The rag was re moved showing an ugly bruise on the head of the little one Mary stated that the wonmn curae to her home some weeks ago and that the child was born deadMastl Sunday and had beer placed on the bureau where it had remained for the four days The woman gave her name as Stella Royce that she was 19 years of age and an orphan and that her home was in Jessamine county and that a man name Ross was the father of her child Coronor Gibbs was notified and turned the remains over to Un dertaker Sagg A jury will be impaneled today and the matter will be sifted to the bottom Harrodsburg Herald Forget AM Your stomach If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak e nd invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you baye a stomach from the very day you b gin taking It This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more Sold by all Drugsjists IMakllg Improvements The Lebanon Loufsvill Lex ington Telephone Company flis reconstructing its plant in this city and in a great many res pacts improving it New poles fortyfive feet in length have been placed on Main Street westof Depot Street and fifty foot poles are to replace the present ones on Spalding Ave The poles on Main Street in the business part of town are being straightened and the wires all over the city are being tightened The work isin charge of Mr T R Bright The report circuated that the work is being done with a view of changing the location of the exchange is an rrorEnter prise f1 Louisville Races The KeiticKy Derby May 10 The Kentucky Oaks Clark Handi cap Nursery and Seven Other Stakes Sleeplechasing a Feature The Spring Meeting at Louisville opening Derby Day May 10 has drawn more horses tthan in former years Ever ayail able stall in and outside of the grounds is occupied All of the big stables in the West are rep resented either in whole or with part of their strings it being im possible to provide for all The DERBY oldest classic in America has as almost sure starters Agile winner of the Tennessee Derby Rims Born winner of the Montgomery Handicap beating aged horses with his weight up Dr Leggo the best threeyearold on the cost winne of the Ascot and California Derbies van the Terrible Rurtzrnan Barden Clydeo PinkertonEd Sheridan and Freebooter nineteen others have made the fiual payment and their owners expectations are based on improvement over lastyeaisform In the Ken tucky Oaks twentyone nlies qualified with possible starters in Intense La Donde Angleta Druid Sageta Lady Goodrich Mum Regele Lady Ellison Marie Frances and Bashfyrd Belle The CLARK HANDICAP has continued to hold the same high ciass horses the majority of whom are at the track Stee plechases will be given ever other day the Louisville Steeple chases being among those roo- The railroads have made t special rate of one and one third fares for the meeting Quite a delegation will go from here t Everything you catt will taMe good and do gooctif tike Ri fa Dyi pcl Tablet Sold 5y HaTm lhCMIcYP A ROAD SUPERVISOR The Fiscal Court Elects Geerje T Clements Road Supervisor After a Close Contest IAfter being in session for two apIpeared to be hopelessly dead locked the Washington Board of Magistrates finally succeeded in electing a Road Supervisor in the person of Mr George T Clements The e were several candidates in the fielu and Mr Clements won after an up hill fight The Fiscal court met on Thursday and after some other business was disPosed of pro ceeded to the election of Super visor Mr P S Barber was nominated and received three votes as follows Squires John H Gordon James Mudd and James Devine Other votes were for J J Sharpe Squire Ittey fr James Janes Squire Polin and for Geo T Clements John W Gordon Quite anum ber of ballots were taken during the day and the deadlock remained unbroken The court adjourned until Friday whenit met again to cqnsider the election as well as other matters In the meantime some wire pulling had been going on and it was finally decided to join forces against the three magistrates who were holding opt for Barber and George T Clements was agreed on When the ballot was called Friday afternoon Barber still held his three votes but the remaining three members voted for Clements This left the vote tie between two candidates and County Judge Litsey was called on for the deciding vote which he past for Clements and that gentleman was declared a winner It isrequired that the Supervisor employ an assistant to be paid out of the salary of 750 year and JTJf Sharpeone of the a contestants was recommended by the court as assistant and be will be named by Mr Clements The selection of Road Supervisor- Y ll doubles give general satis faction Mr Clements is well qualified to make u good official He has had several years experience in practicul turnpike building and is a conscientious wideawake business man Mr Sharpe is a capable man fot the position of assistant He lives at Willisburg and will probably be assigned to look after the roads in that end of the counyhe system of caring for the roads under a Supervisor is a new experiment in this county and itcis hopedto get better results than from any of the old plans all of which have proven failures The job is no sinecure and the Supper visor who dees his full duty must be up and doing early and late Among other business transacted by the court was that ot making a provisional appropri ation for a new bridge across Little Beech at what is known as Sales Ford The appropriation is on condition that the ap propriation of 8150 made some time ago as Washington countys share ol the expense of the pro posed bridge at Maud is not used There appears toTOO a hitch in the building of the Maud bridge coming from the Nelson end of the business and in case Washington county3 money is not used at that place the Fiscal Court has allowed the amount to be applied to the other point A request was made to the Impure blood always shows sklDitheboilsf nerves then neuralfii nervousness depression If th- eSarsaparilla stomach then dyspepsia biliousness loss of appetite 1Your doctor knows the t remedy used for 00 years tti c a twsa perfect iprreeLxr I1Od bd5k health wu KOM 1st feW Ayr 0rUaIN tte11111 forW I Impure mood AtcI the court to aUow the Washington County Telephone Co otherwlse the Cumberland to have the right to erec poles and stretchl lines along the public roads of the county After some dia cussion the matter of granting this privilege was deferred until a contract or agreement could be arranged with theTdephonr Co abouttbe putting in and maintaining certain exchanges in the county The Fiscal- is Court inclined to await the act on of the City Council of Springfield andbegoverned by their action in the matter Backache is teverksownIta those per Who tate an ocotskHMl tdo c of Pin ewes T e value ot the leaiai obtained from the Pine tree has long been recognized In the treatment pf diseases of the bladder and kidneys Ono dose of Pineules will jgive relief and one bjttte Will cute Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Tile War The French Government has been officially informed thiit Admira Rojestvenakys squad ron has left Kamrnh Bay The departure was accelerated by an order from v the Russian Emperor directing that the neutrality of France be res pected Russian steamships which have been coaling at Saigon have been ordered to depart by the French Govern ment A cablegram from Manila says that the Japanese Consul there has been advised that1 Admiral Togos main squadron will assemble south of Formosa The Russian Admiralty still professes ignorance as to whether neutrality was violated Rojestvenskys long stay in Kamranh Bay but the belief is expressed that no serious coai plications will follow the repr sontattons made to France blIJapan News Note CAARRHiLNOOBLElPRYrlmJ J- Srl Mnths Cause Cairn rr Breath Hy iiei aad Be Cured Caiarrhal troubles are more common at this season thai any other time of the year The sudden changes that come due the spring months are produc tive of many cues of catarrh that without proper tratistc- ill become hronlc The plessantest wit COOTS lent and only scientific method for the treatment and cmre of catarrh is Hyomei Simper put twenty drops in the little pocket inhaler that comes with ever outfit and they breathe it for three minutes four times fa day Tie complete Hyomei ovtfit costs but one dollar and as tbv iphaler will last a lifetime aithere is sufficient Hyomeii for several weeks treatment it iis the most economical catarraal remedy known Extra bottles can be produced for fifty cents Ask the Red Cross Dru store to show you the strong gnariui tee under which they sailI Hyomei J r UsatcfCattk Four hundred and seventy head of cattle belonging to FoX Sanders A Co were sold firing the past week to Charles Burn of Louisville who represented eastern parties The price poll was 51 cents the highest that has been paid here sincei 1901 The cattle have been on lop at Mueller Wathen Robert s distillery for several ao 4ea past and are said by experts to be the finest stable of caUl in the SUite They are to be dj livered May 1st The sale aggregated vp wards of 30000 Lebanon Enter prise In a Jill if IiDkWItta Little larlr XUtM ttte famous little pill r have Wen as4t famoiwlay their feriai yet h rNII4 sod geiitle actloa poa ttliver They kayo eqael for UM ness coMtipattun ete Thfjr io M 1ea kea the Hteraack gripe mtitt yea feel sick Once IIH4t alwftjf pee ferred Tkf atrcartkca 8oW kjr all Dncciata Take a kok at- mp1y th MWJ aiD of good Uiiqs inMeS roy Bro windows and buy something for the tab e I j 4 rA MiSitJ ofIMAh There is aquahty iriRovai Baking Powderifhicji mdtoei 1the foodmore digestible and jjrf wholesotae This peoijliiilly p of Royal has been ttitid b +J Y physicians and theyaccord inglyendorse and I IreGpf Jtmehd Itt i tif r PAPMII4s POi 2 si J m ltLiiii JiiW iIi i j r f I OfLOGlfINf f6 tt IJfi I1 iq JI 1 ttJJ THDBMAN A writer jQuMa Green County Record throws I boquets at Jiidxel H branas follows Judge Thamaa has already given evidence to the fact that everybody KM obey the process of bisoo rfcA d the man who avoids the officer rmed with a subpoena for his appearance before the court or grad jury is as guilty as if lieij refused to obey whjiusanoed The fact iis Judge Thurman is J making a good Judge and the people who are inlerested IB morality decency and decoruto j are very loud in their praiset otJ him and the course he i pursiu lag There wasa tiEle in Uia State when noeebutths iprif ht lasR abiding sober man dooafd the irwiand the p- Liilp with delighiretatQ f teeei primitive ideas Auotb- erltJdeet ThurjMi sold tte scale oi au justice equally pod hews to the line also gijukjt great eraphasi to the fact Uwtj be has DO pisorfsvoritsssaosg J tlawyers or wiutai TlMteJ feaii bMa a tame ill so diM bts Wea attorBes have be ID played oi aooouit l thsSplit- hey had with the JAx ad sjoioa account ef tbflr Iffjal abiliiy AU lawyers look aliie loThMMMitf aai with that iw sfnuwetbt lawyer lOw lakes jjifeasureiit pripRriBg ijeMe1 ICMWIHC that it Will bejtried ac odrdiag to thp law and fcbe tesii 007 H To BE iNVESTiaATipTkeft IIs still considerable eLiuW- tO Maud aqd Uooresville sifi borbood oyer the alleged ill- timiit of old JUfcrri Smith ivbpse aeath was repor ted ii let weeks NEWs iLEADiqii aid there is lalk of am Jnvestifa tkm Thold fellow diet pif peI iiKoni and it k tbo gfaft that tee bsating whichibe is said to J aftreoeiTsd attthe bapdsjcf sow Miecreattts ot tbeaeiffti borliood two weeks MOM i tdied probably had Bothis to do witlk tinoW mans dsaiii but still tbe good poopl of tt MiclaDerAtt fMlCMtt that act disftactf arb- oaW have oocarred Tbu see pecied BMP aye wiLt kaowaaM have besot dpwlj apcvissd of takivc port ia UM stair bs ibsjr cUny aBy1ia aiJtH A MrO wbf is thought tto b s Wtbr paiiktpanis is said to bay bit tbecountry ThS matter will b oiimves4igatedM said a i taint citisen t f be w faboftjaod to ttt NwaLoa4 msM tU oOrtr say 04 it possible t ooa wXij of abuiurtW maa will be intttisiied Tb food citMSMot the Maud oommvailj irtiiiadif attfc and were tb rod e4reeer outset be asupeMad fId toey aibti be ustl sit DasTA JIb Ibeee u 1 bees b r ptIIIIaGll tb 8 IeWGlt aM M4qa- elnrOt icl PiE LCrawfords school of rta Iowa ad the eyst ircIrbi am ieeetflQM- t II Wt 1ft IIue8ru f iIi tr Iter 14 and the qotstioo to le d ia a 1ba l ti 7JFrPoliticalf if8ptolif ift asaif ned to tha tfflraiBtin 11 ffH t andwhIattebythraiymtt if l fi and other hearers tnat UAri ttI 1 PrOf 1rr viewi on the astioa IN crc GQJItZl=promiaia jooiif aa j ors his totttaga arid tbuy hive recoivsdnes good train ing and eicejiai debates aiu r other xlwb are jkt dttlfed mla Ihe scbpot tbe fouc young ssstt who uaki rvp reenptjegd abs cotsevent Ns Irman Barber Jdba Shuck ttM Elroir Jr 3MkcChord and John IWIn nL s of UI4ywjlLb psss 1rkneii that the vilUa ofIj f VaneBi m oo a ho The U 4tietestin4 f feclmerchande b14w t B nc date blacksmith hop a aew gasoline grist mill and bee of fcf the as up to 11 Me known any where nt tile oouatry known as T r H 4 hla This little viU iii sI a very ay ihi piugflt lgs st rr tjraoUr 1titjcot Y KAVOW BB API Coi an 4Sesttos bad narrow ps Jf Ire ssrsami Unmat ijhiti4 zet ai frea t r singing ut Sr WrieWa nnar Ii Hillsboro hfc bore became ieared and jma ot ol toe bridg Ifff optultt Moe CuIEe- etbroingr 11 Aetttes abooi 5 11 1at1 tfcehiweal ot rUM ate tsi4t into MrJ8hi kk fold CMiijkad II bOatbsin buri ILl aMom ff hioff howbeNsaweoat ao 1htJ1 t aftee l ag thii eh a J J WDDi10GTh aJis dM rs Cr fe Oamphst of Lovb vine and Mr ttoito Petftfl of t IJ 1f ff annonnced to talke = fWmnimiiaj Mrs JL Ilis a dagbtW and Mrs FnkSIjr4 n ur PM isl 1J Ilnl1i t 1eie Wet1k un f pisrn I 1 ii Li 0 LXrta1 bit by choosing t ho righljicineK I 1B Wolf of 8rGov lows cheatsi death 8 ss rwoyuvs aaol bad taep iroohl which coud ae gnt pus snfferif and EJeetriolr iIpae t hate sio 10u- sdJ1I great beloll Ia geoar J MUtil oJ aerre trouble awl kip theet ooastantly on taodj iteoe M 1 8ftd tbey bavt r j qtslln C J Hajfdoo druggUtii palIt tef I them at fk t t r tr 1lifE p NEWSLEADER pvIIu- Ya to af A YEARIN AOVAH0 e p i lL IY i1L i DAVBON Jr c iiIurr 01r1f i IIS 11 e psi lir iiT nrl n v 1ildc1 w- tt f ilp fer t atJraklHtcuh utsI4JliUI7Qflccds v 7 MrsIsI Us aM o flb M pMtMft HH HnUtiiii ef respect 3 f fi if rj f uimti- A ev itiMss 1350 oJe0II8IiI ir0- t 50 t J APRIL 27 1905 j Lil i r i t J TOtfetioftiag M the latest bul t IfHrftromtbe war in the far- jJ1 KMt r A iivMkn cruiser a hose r pitel ship Mlil oui teen trans TMi tei Md to4b still near If r tUoimah r Bay Advices recei T 4 at Sigct Mj that twenty j f Japftoece wasJujpe paaeecl the 7Ll hajott tbc evefling of April 23 a j G BrTwo alwi lodd with rice and- r te bMukl lor Japan are said to- 4rijtJ1it fc fc v been captured by the Rns Jcrnaeerz A report to th tI 4 i iacUba tiemajor part of 1d t i1 vair l TojKojsjsquadron was at r tfi MAMunpo OB April 20 has reach 4fF d ee Eoo from Korea The gs r t MWIty at St Petersburg Jtlt dkwbU the reliability ot repor- tscift coocrainf the vessels of the hos 4 Isie4 and does not believe f1jjjyareIi or decisive sea fight is t j iaiaidUitcly imminent The ideaS S I it that Togo will defer itft actio until he has made ever t 1 tto cripple the RussianI t ft l ci bf torpJBdo attacks PI 1y f The Democratic primary fut 7 iStf P thoilnvioni of candidates for JJ J 1 S jjJC xtNovembers election in Lou 7t kyille and Jefferson county took 000ii if t it YoM were cast in the entire co Miy General interest cen t ter d in the race fur County t Jwife County Assessor Ci y 1LJitr aWjjClerIc Judge ff t Ii Ji i csrl A Wilson ran a remark able race winning over J r itageraldMagistrate John M iFjff AAapMcmJbver P S Ray for Ja A GovmtyAsaessor Lyne Herndon LY 2wo over Charles Neumeyer for fD f OityAuditpr and Alf OldhamS a f r pJv dtle Om1DahOn f f Clerk offCi y Court pver Robert j GrittI- F 1i A dispatch from Lexington i says thi t J a nes Hargis tookthES staii iinliis own behalf J t nted all connection with the kill ili ingof James Cokrill Town Marshall of Jackson He made 7 a sweephig deniall of statements made9Y Mose Feltn r Felix VFel aer and other witnesses for j t the ro eculion Whycertauily UDder the circumstances the SS i wily Judge could hardly be ax pected to act otherwise J t f J Joseph Jefferson the grand Sod man of the American stage cwho portrayal of the character ofRipVan Winkle has amused 1 multitudes med at hIS home in I 4 j rungjmemory will be cherished untill many of the youths who have tsen made to laugh and cry by his acting have grown old in jS years y i FfeUce Taxpayers The taxes for the city of Springfield for 1905 are now due z aMtblbooks are in my hands 1 for collection Pay early and r avoid expense f I Co L PRICE Collector gJ WMtelI a Men anl Women in this and adjoining counties for home or travtilimg work representing and aivtrtkirg te Wholesale and XdiieatlooaVp partments of an okt MtCbTiibed anuf acturing Salary 1350 per day with expenses advanced Rig friM mbek necessary ppsi pmriiueirt rifrrenc g Cx- 6 3ewqthac tL k 4 tai4hr i Pihi asd t W thtlr toa 1ttt ii cr S ld by lay- St Pgpry wS UOihhi atittdrd tiOOai WriniWi HH6 II News From The County 1 IIttappnlntS AJWOII the County Ptople iLallaami SSSSHillsboro The farmers are so busy with- thelrvorkt and the y o oen house cleaning and setting hens that new Items are hard to find Mrs Annie Gddby aud chil dren attended church at Mack ville Sunday Miss Ollie Sulton one of Brooksvilles most attractive young ladies is visiting her sis ter Mrs Allen Sutton this week Clark Bros have arranged to hve a saw mill to locate on their farm in the near future to saw lumber to build a new Aobacco barn Many of the neighbors are hauling logs tthere for the same purpose and it looks as if it will ba a very large set for some good sawmill man B H Mcllvoy aId family Vsited relatives at Willisburg Saturday and Sunday- Someoceafew days ago in order to have some fun caught a rat in a steel trap and put it in Prof JT Prathers mail box and when the genial professor went down to his box to get his mail and on opening the box the rat jumped out in his face andS gave him puch a shock that was soetime before he fully recovered He is3t a loss to know who played thp juke but one thing sure he will cleverly play it back if he can find but who is the one that is guilty of getting such a good joke on him J M Shield gave the young people of this vicinity singia Saturday night Quite a crowd was out and all report an enjoy able time Marry compliments were extended to Afyr and Mrs Shields for the pleasant mannerI in which they peopleIA number of bur boys hare bought new rubber tire buggies this spring and the girls are all smiles We heard one girl say that a yo4ng man that couldnt ttfford a Rubber tire wasnt in the qircle at afl- Earnest Shewmaer losta horse a fec days ago He bought one fi om Mr Parks for 45 Mr F M Shewmaker had t fine young horse killed by lightning He had recently re fjsed an offer of 100 for it Coroner J M Montgomery lost a very valuable mare ast week Mr Montgomery has been very unfortunate this year with h5j bas JJ u tlnriorsesheprzng I Iri jilispie has returned to his home at Harrodsbarg Mrs Glispie who is visiting her father F M Bbpwmaker willr pareitA F Settles went ti Louis ville last week to have a tumorr on his face doctored He was accompanied by Dr RoBards of your town Quite a crowd from here went to ThompsonvUle Sunday ngi to hear the Rev John Key l pleitsjdithDespite the cold weather all crops arjs in good condition and promising and the farmers are well up with their work Mdst of the corn wtl be plane this week as5 every one seems rjSauy to begin Monday Wheat is very pro ising and bids fair to jteld a much better crop than last yeatv There is no report of the Hsssian fly yet There are some fears about the fruit on accourt of the frost and freezing weather of the past week The peaches are re garded as a failure but the apple crop may yet be safe v FBMWICK Sever il from here attended church at S10 Rose Sunday Will Barker returned horde last eek from Oakland Cal Mrs W GAdams iis Won the sick list to the wile of CW Oder IBor 17tb a girl Joe Smith of your town was hereSunday Mrs T J Nalley of Bards town was here last week AnnalLyule Saturday and Sunday Miss Rose Kelley and brother John were in Springfield Sun day Mr W F Lpgsdon spent Sunday with the family of GK W Adams Miss Janie Settles of Pleasant Grove is visiting at the home of Luther White Will Nalley and wife were in Bacdstbwn Saturday and Sun day Rev John Key preached at this place Sunday nisht Miss Lena Logsdon and Ray Edelen of your town spent Sun day with the Misses Rogers Mrs R A Thompson of Fredericktowp iis visiting her mother Mrs Dian Smith at this plsce Pleasant Grove Messrs Peter and Hark She ban of Valley Hill spent Sunday with friends in the Grove Frank Willett who has been attending school at Springfield has returned home Wm aud George Robertson of the city were here Sunday CroakesvilleHines of this place visited Miss Mabel Thompson last week- Misses Ellen Gregory and Jen nie Leachman spent Sunday with Mrs Sallie Gregory Wm Robertson and Miss Lizze Mae Gregory attended church at St Rose Sunday atter noou HughNoe and wife of Springfield visited the family of Mn S CV nArs ale Sunday Mr Charlie Trent has returnee home after a short sojourn with friends at Polin Miss Davis VanArsdale is visiting her sister Mrs Hugh Noe at Springtiehl James Thompson and Miss Graham VanArsdale visited mends in Springfield the first of the week Mr J W Walls and family spent Sunday with W S Y Goodlett and family The Pleasant Grovo Presby terian church has sold its old pews to the church at PEn1ck- r Station and will soon repiact them with new ones of the latest style This will add greatly to the beauty of this already beau tiful litt e church but I am afraid there is more attention paid to the beautifying of our church than there is to the spiritual necessities its con gregation which are far belo what they should be A church without an organized Sundav School without a member to offer prayer in the absence ol the pastor without anyone t tlook alter the needs of its con gregation and without anyone interested enough tobe on hand telore 12 oclock on Sunday needs many mote things beside a Lew orgari new pew new arpet etc j Little Helry Meritt sbi o Mr W P Merittand wif1 happened to a very serious accident while out on the farm with his feitherrrbeywerb passing through an unhung gate whct felt and mashed the child to the ground and broke lila leg be tween the knee and body The break iis a very bad one and will cause him to lie confinrd Uo his bed for quite a whilo Drs Ro Bards and Hvutt who attended him say he will recover Mrs G A Dohony and daugh ter Miss Mary are the guest of Mrs VP Meritt this week A representative of the Cum berla d Telephone Co was here last week makng arrangements OO SHEEP DIPI i 9 iJVJ iIliquidi i a Coopers jjn t pow der form whIch you simply add 4 ito water and you have it 9st as 4 goodaANYandLEITTLEwt ETTER than a great manyr ti w th c and yery cpnveinientt as a small i5 package makes TW nty five gal long CHEAP VERY GEMAP See us aboutpricfa 4 5 If f 45- U 45 9 45 Thee dross Drug tfjr Price W Wells Proprietor stJ ltl net work of telephone wires as the prices will be reduced and the service improved This is one luxury that Washington county has never been blessed with and we feel yery proud to know that we will soon be connected with all parts of tl e countyPUNCH Mackville ar Miss Rice of Illinois is visit ing the family of Mr Willis Bot toms Miss Fannie Richardson wasI home from Friday until Monday y from Springfield w ere she has ben attending school for sometime A good manv of our youngg people went to St RoseSunday- Dr Wells and Mr H Newhy were in town Sunday to see then best girls We have another milliner ini town Mrs Willis Bottoms Shee has sold quite a number of hate3 for spring Every body is house cleaning and repairing Mrs J H Hopper is visiting her father for a few days thiss week at Pleasant Grove Reuben Bottoms bought a fine horsefrom Mr Durr ofLbanon Price paid 175 Rev S W Peoples and wife are visitors at John Peters this week He will preach the tiftt Sunday if he remains over tin daySMr Allen of Frankfort was i n Mackville tuning pianos1Fl e tuned four or lice Mr Charlie Camden bought a nce work mule in Springfield for 65 dollars Valley Hill Mrs M W Sea of Oak Biln spent Tuesday with her fdth ir at Bjy View dShas been in our midst the past wepk attending to the cutting o f his saw logs Miss Virginia Elliott accom panied her honorable instructor to her home at Mclnttre one night recently She says everyj hjng over there suits her ex cepting the Poor House Miss Emma Elliott of Louisville iis the charming guest c 1i her brother W N Elliott of tin place Our C N C reminds me of a flowergarden As some one willj sak Why We will just sa that we have Lilac Magnolia Violett and other fragrant names suph as Hyacinth and all seem to be very appropriate name with the exception of one and that is Frizzle Head If th- iname wasxhanged to the Amen can Beauty then the list wou curd much better for such a worthy correspondent as our brother excuse me if it is sister from Maud T C Tatum recently purchas ed two fine brocd sows from Rl A Lyddane of near Midway Price paid was 25 00 He arse sold to C E Browning 13 stock hogs at 30 As Sunday was Easter all the ypung folks attended church and therefore visitirik was some TMT sister of vVillisburg yisited iclative Inthis section from Saturday to Monday Vill Boone and will l Darririt ger swapped week Derringer giving a new rubber tire bpggy5for a good mare saddle and bridle Boone has a buggy and no horse and Derringer has a horse and no buggyM Fannie Pinkston yiarUd 2SundayMr Otis Settles visited rel atives near Maud Sunday Mr Ham Pile and wife visited relatives near here Sunday MrT A Grundy and Mis Emma Ellliott won the prize iat the flinch party Saturday nightI Mr Edd Pile and and brother of Booker were in our mide Saturday Miss Pearl Lynch of Spring field vifited her parents at this place Sunday Mr Mitt Leachman Jr and Miss Bertha Edgerton two of Billsboros most highly accom pUshed young citizens Visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Edd Janes of Sectionvil Sunday Mr Palmer Goatley and wif attended church and visited at the home of Mr J W Tucker of near your town Sunday M D Reed has a new biigsy The old one being burned in tint tobacco baix Mr Ham Pile ashis new grist mill in lull order now and wishes alt friends to call and see it or bring a large turn out of will suff to rest the merits uf the new installment He can grind 25 bushels of grain per hour with perfect ease A fine work horse belonging to Mr W F Moranof this yicinity Jwas badly if not seriousy in 11111agamstcame near breaking his left Ira leg also tearing all the flesft o J dDemocratic Candidates s n The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county officer at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au gusts 6th 1904 They are to be voted for at the regular election November 1905SFor County Judge B L Lit eyrit For Co Attorney T S Mayps J County ClerkW F BookerI Repstnttive W D Olaybrooke or Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of ScboolsJV Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery in s veralplac s on the hind leg and side The cause w sl1n in tended runaway on behalf of the off hoise which became frighten pd at the starting of Mr Piles grist mill The horse is a very valuable one and will be a great loss should any serious results develop Mr T C Talum the genial merchant of Valley Hill is tin owner of eleven of the finest brood sows in the county of which he is very proud All off the spws are of good size nnuscl- and kitd disposition which con sVitute all good breeders He Iis expecting tine loto p gs in the near future and wishes all of iris e5friendsthe finest lot of hogs that have been in the county for years UNO WilUsbur Our correspondent made a mistake last weeksa7ing thatt LtRme of our citizens had attend ed Ban Hur of curse we can all tell when people readthe nevs paper and are posted on events that happen in our state We hope this mistake will never occur any mrre We regret very much tdsayt- hat Mr Edd Sutherland has moved his family to Harrods burg They took their depa ture on last Sunday evening wiln ciregretsneighbors Mr Sutherland ai d wife have lived here ever since they have been married that iis 7 years They have made good citizens been workers mthe churchalvays extending aready hand in sickness and death in our 1midst Such worthy people are not always to be found Rev Young of Richmond has been called to preach at this place this year He filled I i appointment on last Sunday morning and evening Rev goodif the people to hear hh 1iQuite a number of our citizens atterde county court Mcndayr Mrs Ji W Sutherlandand- daughter MyrtlspentL inday with Mrs Horace Griderv Wr Evert Keeling nas been tiabsentt Mesdames J A Sims LWI- t r Jenkins W R Sims Jldd Crouch W R Scott Sue Vice dAnDle Potter Bell Sutherlan and daughter Miss Myrtle spent J last Tuesday wijLhi Miss Sue Mer fitt All had an enjoyable day it baing Mrs Merrills 68th birthday VVe regret to learn that Rev Ezra Huthealaqd and family willi leave tho couny some He will be missed both in the churches teachers institute and the county We hope they will be pleased with their new home Miss Maym Men itt spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Miss Miyme reports that the graded scbcol is in fine progress in SprIngfield and urges her friends to send their childrtn there to school Thi is the third normal term she has attended under Mr Colvin Mr Robert Mclvoy and wife spent Saturday at Fenwick MrT J Miller attende- church d in your town S ndayI y s- It J Mrs John Deboe of Spring field was among her friends her Friday sMr West Brady and wife o f HarroJsburg visited th frmersIsister Mrs Si Lwvr week Springtfield was here Wednesday Messrs D4 VOcn of Win hester and Clarence Goo je of Jensenton passed through cur little town Thursday rar mon Purdom who is attending school in Louisville was called home Saturday an ac count of Mrs CF Kimberlin who is at the point of death workaMessrs Edd and Charlie Lit say of Pleasant Grove were the pleasant guests of Robprt and Walter Jeffries last week aMr R 11 Gordon and wife SouthCarolirlalIVurnedII to Kentucky and were visiting the formers parensMr and Mrs J IMrafter a short visit W relative- hcre The lecture given by Rev W Pi Gordon Weines1ayinight was well attended full of practical t land amusing trirls aril was lmuch en Joy el by all Rey G V Todd of Mackville el4eih quite an interesting ft SaturdayigItwith usagain Misses Flora Hatchet and MabPl Funk of Simms and Miss Mills of Lebanon attended meet 1D nightMrswere the g jests of Mrs M H Coj le ofjSpriOjgfieU Saturday Mrs WilHarri Mjers is very low of pneunomia at this writing JMiss Lena Gibbs wino has be n visiting her sister in Siackvilie for several weeks was home Sunday ObaJles She maker of Mac S ville visited his sister Mrs H J Cocanougher Sunday Lou Barker ol FenwlCk was a welcome guest at the home of lMiss Myrtle Robinson Monday Rev Hoskinson of Springfied filled his appointment here Sunday night Be was accompanied by his wife and children who were entertained at the home of P C W Peterson Mr John Nelson anl wife of Marion coupty were visiting the latter s aunt Mrs Belle Hayes Sunday 1Mr Edd Isaacs of Gravel Switch was yisitipg at the horn of J W GorclonSundayS eANTIOCH Riv Simms filled his regular appointment at Antioch Sunday Quite a small crowd attended Wm Robinson gave a lecture on the Sunday School at Fair view Sunday and gaea nice talk to the young men They listened very attentively Tbe wis a large crowd there to hea him Mli s Mettie Derr visited Mis Pail Snider Saturday night an Sunday She seemed to enjoy her visit very much Miss Sallie Snider left this place Monday morning to visitl perhapsr fu ure home She made he hr me at Mr and Mrs Pulliams sIt was a sad farewell with them when she left Mr G K Mitchells barn burped Sunday morning as ten oclock burning up an old ow arid would have- burned up a horse but one c f hjs daughters5 turned out the horse jUit before the barn feh in The origin to the fire is unknown Hirvy Hoskios andsister and Miss Ethel Gregory attnded church at Fdirvie5runday PoplValley1 i r Fairfield met with a serious ac cident Sumlay The orse ber can e frghtened threw him Qut of tthe buggy and dragged him quit a distance oriths pike Hurt very b dly but we think he ytill recover soon I Pinedalve acts liHe poultice Best thing in the wqrld for bolls burns cracked hands tetter etct Sold by Ha ydvna Pharmacy H t BblNCOB It ta5 been a gooh while since we had a letter froni this vicinity I will try and enter with a few items to the dear old NEWS LEADER Miss Ida Filiatrean who has been a tendingscbcol at1 aera ieth has returned home on ac cf her health Miss Tresa Wheatley and her two nephews have gone to Louis ville where they will reside iiu the future Springfieldisi bron Mrs Alma M Lye1 aad cousin Gertrude Brett spent Friday with the formers parents Mr isand Mrs B H Fields The banns of matrimony weie pubished Sunday for the first time between Mr Bowman Wim Osborledwish them a long and happy life on their matrimonial voyage Miss Emma Burke who iis visiting her sistnr in Louisville will return next week Miss Fan ie Filiatreau has returned after a pleasant ytEit- e with her cousin Miss Fanie FiJi atreau Ii GCX D NIGHTS REST Speak for Ul Decried to aoggle For she knew in her littleheart That German Syrup 1iozisgreat trcMHft Could hoalth and joy Iinpart CThe greatest ionic on earth Is a good- nights rest Restless nights and the ter rible exhaustion of a hacking cough ore dread dangers of the poor consumptive fBut why this fear of the night when a few doses of Dr Boschees Qcnnan Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from cough or night sweat Free ex pectoration in the morning ia made ocr SyrupS overIcure the worst coughs colds bronchial o lung troublesslid that even in bd- consutptioncasesof one late bottle of German syrupVm Work wonders ta fTwo sizes zyt and 750 All druggists For sale at Faydons Pharmacjr 55 55T T57w1ri 1 LTheconducted byI I iriiIisi furty equipped for business with nsw rigsl and safe I 1 jjand fast horses A sbare of the public jJatroiMf Ta fp licited and our eneavPF is to please It ttd First Class Eqtxiprnent srhe9Jl Haulidg Done by 0 n Ifce day be contract jl Main Street opposite Op nra House PhoneS S F SUMMER JURIES iC k i 1 Among them t4int quiib i PERFECTION vVicklessi Blue F11iWOi1 ii- tt Stove We have it in23 and4 bursizeAhead of IlIIyOirStoveon th znarket1SI- I I 4jt 1p l Garden Hose lz 24j I LIt J tl jI- t f TIG Gream Freezers teJr Sc i t v 1f j We make a leader of the W dt2jhici l v is positively the bet on the marKetJaiid f always gives satisfaction tIeii Refrigevators f ltJllIn all sizes both enam jledand zinc4inedi The Slka oneof the btstTmadeIJ JttLZ 5tP 1i j t Je wa8hln 4 t i ifour Apollo Machine rJi the housewife can do her pwn Work IhI one of these machines Jcr It I A full lihe of NIcIL4rjip U t I and ENAMELED Kjtchejn WaieS1 I McElfoy 8 ShuItz1j i oor II The first National Brnk- S SPRINGFIELD iJStri Ciapifal s30OOO S Surplus and Undivided rolSts 25OOO a ig r S OFPieERSrB L Llfsey President JohnTVJ lewis ViqePreskfcQt ASIcElroy Cashier L BCain Assiatont pashierjlJ E I Fosteit BookKeeper L DIRECTORS B Jt Litaey JW Lewis StdjieyGreen lVXtGaBap bell R1Ir Kdelen H M Grundy tohnOPoliii i We grsnt every favor consistent with sate banking Your j busl tg ness respectfully solicited jf x 0 y OOOO i 1ff jt J + + + I iTalking1 iviaqhines t h Iam gent for several inds tttJ HW MASTERS VOICCl t t3 r iindle the Vl0TOR TALK1N d 1t MACmNESJ9eii1 t Jc f greatet on the market 1tiflX tIrrRECORDS AND SUlPlES 0lliukindSt including the latest ro4uctioris of lbr f of famous rbands speakers songs etcj t = Agnt for the ColumbiaReords in stockI11 t f ED M HUSELL J4iw ef 1L J ft JIi lti Irt1rZjjOj JoJ 1 Theprngfio1iMatMark- T t + t t m rT F T COX COPfoprt Jt l isl the placel to buy only the bestineiis 0 tall kinli feotti f m fresh and saltedI t1 IiIiFISH AND mips jRS EiStll re b U 5to1hand1eICLJ dringtheMahu7raid wHl be Mipplted ill quantityfh J jx U Highest market price paid fois1p h4df =LI tallow and good butter We are alw Usiin gfat beevesI31 r v Ij 1 J FrCoC H Tele hunC95f SfR1 FIELD KY izJt 4rZv f 11HE NtWSLCADE BOH f8H i immT UAY- p IJA1II IN d DVANOE- thrty4ws- z rftetteaai are t1I lll free once f a riiia tire is near TW Ikwrs wriggle ia the gioupJ r f A little ways from sight t rlfce licaaepo1e says unto toe h wi1ttittJAliw t Al cki What can I do raMtaboi1 fortytwof C ITrkifc 1 were a boy again r Iwoaaboysjoysfce1 + t meuIthrMcd back heyarn tied toe Tim chiillot stonebruisedi heel 1 Ottce Mtwre Id like to wander down L t SjfrTht aei veA shady lane ae4 ia Jth squirrel quailI und v i tigre Call to ece again Iut I t toil the whol day t tkr Jt t i IM Ot ajboj Pm fortytwo V t I wish I were a boy again r Once iaipre on youth to draw 4ls To knuckle downrvent dUds and t v shoot My favorite lag from taw f Once mc reId like to kneel bestd- eiTke1 ring and plunk away ftAh tBeJtTWJany years ago AYet seems but yesterday fv But yesterday The years pursue 3i not a bbyIm fortytwo I wish I were a boy again t To stand with eager feet r J3csides thepat1ng of the ways Where youth and manhood meet f To grasp anew lifes rugged tasks 1wali cne rful trusting heart vrd do my best each passing day To do a beter part It can not be I passed once through The boyhood time Im fortytwo 4 v I wish I were a boy again Aias it can not be Those happy joyful days of youth Will never come back tp me A boy butiicctis better so Tis Gods eternal plan Aul now tis only left to roe Todo the best I can The besjti can Thatk what m do y1m keepdnbeingfortytwo I The Commoner tT 0 r leaPas JIll in Daner Mor than half of mankind over iixtv years of age suffer from kidney aBd bladder disorders flsxialty enlarge lent ot prostate gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken at the fiN sign ofdanger as it corrects irI realatitiesud has cured many old nenof thii disease Mr Rodneyflur- nett Ootk Port Mo writes I snf fereiL with enlarged prostrate gland and kidriev trouble for years an after f takicp two bottles Folcys Kidney- pure Lied better than I have fort Iwcnty years although I am now 91 l years ClJdJI Eor sale by Wood Veils t rBeat Fish StoriesI k Fi lends of H S Leard dis iriek passenger agent of the Sea board Air Lice says that ht iis not only an enthusiastic ala round sportsman good with both rod and gun but that he is also one of the mosttender hearted bg mejim the railroad service In support of this contention one of his friends relates the fol owing in connection with a re cent fishing trip which Mr Leard took in FjqridaJ according to the Richmond VF News Leader U Mr Leard was fishing one I afternooh down in the Ever It Blades where thea alligators are I always plentiful and he hooked ja big gaitor The big saurian was about six feet long and when Leard began hauling in the reptile he noticed about 100 Jlittle gators following the old one He soon saw that he had ciughtan aged mother and the f f pjtic1ppeats of her young so y w- touched the lender heart of thE- tender Ms t of 1 the epor tsmaa l fM Wiljeratelfcdt his lint Od peroiiitedt tie parent toTe Iwti to jir offpringi SWbe Oted ron the surface jut long enough lo pck the book out of her mouth and then disappeared In a few minutes fhe returned to the surface with A six pound trout in her mouth land swimming to the side of Mi Leads boat tossed It in at his feet None of the other fisher men had a bite that day and they wereaj orach dissappointed lot u Tj tCbaatcdDea1b Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine 33 HYof of BearGrove4Iowa cheated death HOSays Two years ago1 had kidhep trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxetyr but I took Electric Bittern which effected a com plate cure I have also found them of great benefit in general ebilit ynlnene trouble and keUp them constantly on hand since as 1 find they have n- oeqilalC J Haydon druggist guarantees them at 50c Post Cards that Talk The talking postcards which have been introduced to the British public will revolutionie presentday methods of cprres pondence Instea of laborious ly writing a message on a post card the sender may simply speak into his fiveshilling talking machine and take out a thih gelatinous adhesive disc contain ing the record This card can be postcard fixed to without an ordinary pictureI the picture The card cai then be sent through the pos V and when placed on any ordinary ramophone will sing play and recite a the case may be The puBlic nillv bs able to send their friends all the latest popular songs and tunes on a Binpenny picture po tcard This statement was made by the first firm place the new post cards on the English market The discal cards PS they are called can be sent through the post without the slightest injury and they are fixed to the gramor 1ie any other record The system will also be applied to Christmas cards and receivers of 1905 greeting cards will be able to hear the actual voice of tthe sender Vishing them the compliments of the season Ex A Thousand Dollars Worth of Goot iI have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating paInt says A it Thurnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I be Jan taking FoJeys Kidney Core then the results was surprising A few doses started the brickdustlike sub stance and now j have no pain across my kidneys and t feel like a neW man It has done mo 1000 worth of good Folevs Kidney Cure will cure every form of kidney or bladder disease For sale by Wood Wells fruit Safe The fruit crop is unhurt and tobacco plants are uninjured This important information was rMcommunicate on day morning by Mr H F Hil lenmeyer the eminent nursery man who is authority on all mat ters pertaining to fruit and growing plants The cold weath er of Sunday and Sunday nsrht r iii NW9LEAbE 7 T WAS expected to precipitate the crises in the fruit growing s c tions of the State That crisis passed and the result is that no damage was done The ther mometer fell to 26 degrees at 81 oclock Sunday morning but teJ m ined at twentyslxpnlj from eight oclock till about 820 then the mercury went to 30 and proceeded on up the tube to 38 and remained at the station until early Monday morning A light frost fell but it was not general and was not of a damaging char acter it severity being mitigated to a large extent by cloudy skies Mr EjLillenmeyer made a thor ough examination early Monday morning and announced as a result that the frut is not hurt in the least and tobacco plants were uninjaredH The crisis is passed said he and unless we have another coM snap with freezing and frost of greater severity than that of the last twentyfour hours the fruit out look is encouraging Last JDDB VanIshed When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin Ia incurable con qJption his last hope vanished butt Dr Kings New Discovery for Con SJmptioD coughs fcnd colds kept lhim out of bis grave He says This great specific com pletely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over TO years Dttd consider it marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure S1sureGuaranteed 50c and 100 bot tIes at C J Haydons drUg- store Trial bottle free Hlqh Bridge Ifrom Cbailes Finch was attested late today charged with throwing LorettaKregeler age nine years from the Lioerty strejt viaduct to the ground below a distance of eighty three feet The girl is in a serious condition and expects to de at any moment1 Finch was identi fied by both the girl and her six year old brother who was a witness to the crime When ar vested FineD was stupefied with cocaine and a large box of the dig was found in his pocket According to the jStory pf the boy the children were on their way from school when they were sudenly stopped by aman in the middle of the viaduct The man grabbed at the boys The the girl told him not tohatandI manTthen th ow you over the bridge and seizing the girl tossed her over the viaduct rail and then escaped He was later arrested near the scene of the crime The girl was taken to her home in a dying condition PirallD Folevg Honer aand Tar oley St Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foeys Honey and Tar mauy imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey anq Tat and refuse dny substi tute offered as no other preparation will give the ame satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children delicate persons For sale by Wood Wells One night islill the time necessary to provethat PineuleS is the best rcmi cdvin the world for backache Wand all voulorany disease a single dose will give relief Sold by Haydons Pharmacy tittItJBuggie by the CarLoad I 11 t i JV p Is bow we deal in vehiclea to supply our trade We hive t7 two warehouses lull of buggies of all styles and prices and have something to suit everybody t e = Plows Wagons and Other Implements 31 j if 5j v We handle the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old fit fiKckory udebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and the best driH sand seeders on the market r 3 r 45J4ro1 j r f We carry afuylint of Collars Hames PloW Gear and r Wagon Harness olall kindscr 7ZZ If you contemplate building a fence investigate our t pt PAGE and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none better Agents for Gasoline engines All sizes and best makes R y McGIure 8 W llsIi oooccccccccccocccc1 NORTH BEND 0 000000 OCOOOOOOO 008 TheWhite Stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Murphy and left a sixteen pound boy Mrs Milton Carter of Illinois who formerly resided in Nelson county has written her friends hera that a little boy aciiyed at their home being so small that its body waS girdled by a one dollar bill I am not able to answer Lilacs question in regard to the origin of Salt river It has been said by onO well acquaint d with political defeats that a man being thrive defeated for office would not stop short using the more modest expressio ofCI Hades If thet above be true no little amount of salt would save one thus described Hence a voyge up Salt river would bp very wholsome but if the Hillsborp brother ever makes his Debut in politics he can decide whether my deJinition of t the origin of SalU river is true The battle of Perryvill Kys was fought Oct 8 3862 On Oct 6 and 7th GenSills division of the Federal army camped on the Willisburg and Chaplin road near the Independent school house and on the 8th day 1862 Dock Barria who resides in the community visited the camp grounds and found a sabre and two large record books bearing date of enlistment date of dis charge place of enlistment term of enlistment and etc the books were those used by Oapt A D Vanosdall of Clinton Ind This look is now in the posession of Mr C C Reed of Nelson county and might be worth thousands dollars to some sodier who wore the bluens it contains the names of over 300 men all enlisted at ClintonJIndiana Mrs Lizzie Keeling wife of Jordon Keeling of this community departed this life Saturday April 15th 1905 after beholding the blooms of seventy four sum mers She was the mother of Mrs S F Terrell W L Keeling and Geo Keeling of this county and of Seymore Keeling who resides near McComb Ill Aunt Lizzie as I had been wont to call her was inmany respects a very remarkable woman She was a consistent member of lithe Baptist church for more than a halfcentury She was active energetic intelligent andjnever failed to lend a generous hand to thr se who needed help She will be missed in the homes and hearts of those who knew her and in her home which she had fashion d with her own hand and where she was worshiped as an idol Her place can pever be supplied but may her sons and daughters ever realize that while their loss isirreparable her gain cannot be expressed and that only he who heareth the ravens when they cry cane heal the wound made sore by the awful transition Beware of Ointment for Catarrli IM Contain HercniT as mercury fcwill surely destroy the sense of smell and completely the whole system when derangeI through the mucous surfaces articles should never be usee except on prescrirtlons fr m reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chene v Co Toledo O contasjis no mercury and is taken internally acting direct I ly upon the bloodand mucout surf aces of the system In buying Halls Ca genhinein Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co jTestimonlats free Sold byfrujjffkts Price 7Sc per bottle JTake HmlsxPamllY Pills for consti pation The Spring Poet ft A cartoon which iis going the rounds of the press shows the spring poet getting his inspira tion from the sky HQ iis a tall young man who wears a frock oat and seraphic smile his hair wavy and his features are of the Greek god type In his hand he carries a harp The real spring poet is usually a serious looking ando tena hungry looking individual who subsists on quick lunch has no creases in his trousers and few increases in his income He writes his spring poetry by gaslight in December and begins to try it on the dog so that it may land in time to be published about the time the Violets bloom The spring poet is born but rarely succeeds in being self made Asa rule he writes of thf sunny fields and babblingbrobks when sitting in a hall room into which penetrates the soft melody of the trolley ca and the trunk the inspiring cry of the Italian who desitt selL de 4pa banan and the wail of tbe tenil tl man who desires to old ii on He is a sad eyed man wh has learned the bitter lesson that even the yeUuenl journals want rrbre truth than poetry Louisville Times ADarelefil RHe often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injurie ue Bucklens Aruica Salvo A deep wound in my foot Irom an accidert writes Theodore SchueleofColumbusO caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bncklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25- catCJ Hayden druggist MORE RAIDS Probably Ends Moonshi nmg in Nelson County W H Ha s Deputy Revenue Collector with headquarters inn rdstown was In the city for the purpose of making a report on another successful raid ontwo illicit distilleries in Nelson coun ty He says this cleans out the nest of moonshiners which has been flonsbing jn that county for the last few ears The lastl raid was made Sunday morning at 4 oclock at Big Beach southwest of Bardstown In the posse were Deputy Col l + ctor Hays Charles Reynolds S D Wickliffe Ben Talbott John S McGinnis and Capt Dixon Before the posse reached theywereway of firing qf arms ringing oil bells and toe blowing of horns As a result of this the operators of the still were gone before the officers arrived The copper still was nowhere to be found but 2000 gallons of beer and tubs and other utensils were captured and destroyed It was learned before the raid was made that ten head of cattle and thirty head of hogs were being fed at the plant but these too were gone when the officers ar rived Three miles distant from this Illicit plant was discovered another small plant at which some tow whie and parapher nalia were found and destroyed The twenty six head Qf hogs which were confiscated about three weeks ago ata place where an illicit distillery had been conducted were sold at public a uc ion at Bardstown Deputy Collector Hays also stated that the two farms on which the illicit plants were found ttiree weeks ago have been sold and the proprietors have departed for parts unknown The owners were fearful that the Government would confiscate the land because of the illicit distilleries being operated upon tliem He thinks that some ac tion will be taken against the owners of the land on which the last two moonshine plants was discovered CourierJour nalL Ought to Be ail Aiftl- Cn Iowa the school trustees are- IPpposedto hiring Iteachers who thirty years of age This discrimination is based upon the idea that teachers become cranky after they are tbirtysiys the Earlington Bee The disc imination is unjust and isitself rankY Ther is too much effort to regulate employment by vote The absolute qualification for the duties of a teacher is the thing that f hould tell There may be a good many cranks in the teaching profession It would boamazing if there were not Teaching is a business by itself The person engaging in it usually becomes speedily unfit for any other occupation It is a terriblecross to be obliged to deal with the young idea by wholesale The troubles of fifty Keep Anyone vjho has any of the many symptoms caused by poor digestioi hould take specialtiart to where dis ease germs are likely to be prM ent Any of the following symp toms are good evidence of stom ach troubles Acidity Spitting up of food Colic Heaviness at stom ach Sedimentin urike Night sweats Headache Loss of esh- Heartburn Nausea Gripes tongue Sour taste in the Diarrhoea Nenrousaess Sick headache Vertigo or dizri heM Droirslness I amUies mar 1be ttrUcliDo- M tecb r Tfeeee ought to be a great deall of allowance for crankiness1 on Ipart ota wosaan who has risked her iia bilityfor 10 or 12i years In a public school room If hii nota crank she is not Itioteachschool She is mIstaken in her occupation She ought to pan aigel Make thcbreatk as sweet a rose by curing IndiVeatioQ and polir atom ach with Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A plasant palatabltl rtcp itrMctive tisfcuebaildtag digeaUiit lfeL Bb cock Amberii Minn saYs I hare taken a great many remedies for indi ges ion but have fOUBd Dothlug equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kpdol dt ffests what YOU eat cures Indigf tion dyspepsia sour stomach belching Eearburn and all stomach troubles Great care is used ini the preparation of Kodol the greatest digastantthat has ever been discovered Sold by al Druggists The TerrrttkeSn The Terror of the SeaIn in the Marco McClures PTMcGrath recountsthe awful toll taken by the derelict of the passers on the highways of the seaCrossing the Atlantic has be come a 1onplncebut lest we forget the vast power arid the mystery of the sea here are true tales df the perils thatbeset the mariner and of the myste rious fates that have overtaken stout ships all within the mem ory of the youngest seacaptain These stories of great ships found not once but many times silent and empty ill mid ocean with all sail set and everything in its place everything right and shipshape but with crews vani bed completely leaving no trace and never to be heard of again These stories chill the blood and because they are true they give a sharper ttirjill than fiction We BMs AChicago University paleon tol gistwhich means a sort of elementary sociologizer pre diets thatwithin about 3000000 years men will haye yielded to birds in dominance of the earth As fishes were succeeded by amphibians and amphibians by reptiles and reptiles by mammals of which the hightest order is man so man is to be followed by winged things Of course There is scientific basis for the fbreca t Already coming eyents cast their pinioned shadows One kind of man is called cockold another is duckie darling or old goose accord lug to the point of view of the observer interested or iinter ested another is buzzard and so on through the list while Hes such a bird1 or Hes a night owIl is the eloquent de scription of many another Such words and phrases indicate ten dency But there areothers not men All of them will have wings some day too It might be suspected that they will be the kind of birds called angels But what record is there of a single female ngelFarm Magazine ATa11t- A resident of Fcrt Gaines Ga recalling the burning there of cotton two or three months ago which yellow journalism co ver ted into conflagration threaten- ingto sweep through the South now says that i was just a bale of old dogtail cotton hardly worth five cents a pound that was burned and that it was done merely to discover how it would be taken by other farmers throughout the country Other farmers throughout the country quickly showed that they had better gumption in this partiu lar than the experimenters at Fort Gaines who it seem = were aft rall mere boys out for a frolic eoys9U for a frolic are prone to do fool things SYMPTOMS THAT IHYIIE GERMS Little Ailments that Should Be Looked After if One Wants to WeUJ avoidjp5ohditions Coated mouth These little ailments hiCblii diclte a weak stomach and Imperfect P Ift tion should be looked after by the UM of Mio na if 00 want to keep well A tablet of this remarkable rem edy takeft belore eci mel will so itreflgthea the stomaehmJ digestive orfaas tht natural weight will be restored awl per fect health aistreeth renaioei Ask the KW CroM Dmf Store to show ybii1tMLoa g ftH ie rV a AN OLD RAPElCMll4M m JA a-puihure yPjI A 18 Kafa writingi in 4 IltC Stmodard gtvei tbs irom the aDOD CladOll publisbMut 1 Another item of which I wen rcpMiaber was te arrt of tbe followinr mooflshin olibii section by tTnikcd Sties Mar thai Slater John Hill Sylr t r Ethertoo Ben Gie n isad a aegro named Ralph Tnooapton all of Larue county The Jfar shal had a warrant for lrDAl- elHowell but he was jtlittl t quick for them t4eCped al tef exchanging shots havinh horse killed uadec hinj Mr Slater cut up and destroyed Te valuable stills two of which ta longed JDaniels HtOioWel1twdtoto offi Cfr l La rue county James Howard p f Nelson county Iia capias pro fine from the Federal Cort Both Howard and Betbt wn lodged in the Lebanon jail On the following day HarrMon Wade of Russell county and Tom Smith of Cumberland county were alsol lodged in the Lebaioni jail by Marshall John Wyatt Whatmakes it interesting to me iis that J am or was ftcquainte with several of the parties en pecially the Marshals Wyatt Slater Mr Howard afterwards became a brotherinlaw Your Uncle Rafe by my marriage to his sister Turnpike feullf It was at or nboat this time 1869 the turnpike Iwis built tr IRay wick to Lebacon InoUe in another column the return PI Col TE Burns Oapt JNFidler and Capt G W Riley from Washington City TMofi gentlemen I knew wen especially Fidlertoo well as he it was that was at the head of the Home Guards that marched several pff my relatives to Lfebanpa jail for their sympathy with the SG5i I was but a lad at the time bat it caused me to dislikeithem and I have hardly gotten over it rat but as all of the threehave been called to account before a tribunal that makes no m s4tkes I- 1eavetl to Him to decide I also notice that stpck hogs were worth 6 cents and IaItinctiy remembered ithVt my brother bought for John SIof Washington county a Kbrt lime before that fat hogsiatj 10 cents per pound Croup is quickly relievctl and eep ug couch will not run Its course if you use the original JBecs Laxative Halley and Tar This Ccfugh Syrup iIs different from all others bMHte it acts on the bowels You e nOt cure Croup and Whoopiag Go gk uutilyou rid the System otaU copettkHM by working off the cold throuk acofkki action of the bovela Bee4 Laxative honey sad tar doP this4ad cirt an cough croup whoo ill cough oth No opiates Soldi by IJaytlOtl PharmaCy He CmcasackC- olumbu O Joeeph Ifahaf fey has returned to lit VerioV Ohio after an absence of SO years to find himself deadt berried and a tombstone erected This is a strange story relate in a letter received Wednesday morntDcbf Adjt Gen A B Grilchfield It wan written by Mahftffey veterean of Company A Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry He writetibat behas peea eIo 8C years in tbe Weet and baa jwi returned to Mt VeVabe bit w home fora visit There his own grave was pohited oati afc the bead of whicn sttMk a tombstone furnished by Ute Government On the stone iis the exact name hate of birth time of en1istm4Dt cOmpsnysnd regiment in the 3iyjt war fa which Mahaffey served The veteran wrote to Gen Crib held to let a cIuZ possible to the identity of the man who died and was believed tobeMahftfter ne hit JllliilT4 JDeWittaWttckHajwl IhUr HOla IKOtkesaDd Waif c tuk rf ihr Htsec pile aM all ikla tai L Zichefonus Ap4t 1ryiMy little daughSr Hd hite pwl- ILasbad tthat pk e after so- 1sokI ostolhIFit DSWItiI w t iSalve cnt IMr It is- the ter li111tIthe wOcMMWUt Of t Zel4bl alt 511 rIjI Or 500 people My a single afternoon vU tb uiqw sigtii wiiadsaed illfeoi phis Tea by Rrt L r tgrJBh ol iPrto TUtu M 1 dMuran iiflpnied rn W k hIrCft7I-T IiYiY1b oneteo braa Tnes tt was never in a reviva wberi the power of Gol was sc i17Ls Ref i s seemed s- dIatftt i emS1otfh it euliM m a Eh- martag thee thisk uIi a Mftey We aMtae be the Doc lufcrt ears ml to to prottMy 0 Iuei IIn ther4i J thatsse oftbs- Lthe upfl4te ItCtreelntbwKhIa retoietb-ere rIt wenid be kuw r4r s hs- aeoru fall It Ii ytbeyi= =ttet an main has bm b outer bU mad tqmbJed 1vou aM be ej tI aimf quirr w he k S- pititut to iMiir I will ije 3b nefefer tte unt I have witi lire Mkdf jntercvtfaic races hogs wilk an aenre the stak Put a t wttfcla twenty y ek and to WM M out of 1 feat the worm Jo the plac eMMc out gk iM tbe hog wIjj a few feet at wet the A th fromdl another fact irtie svpdfty tile lIhHe IMB a MreotiT teOjMMtjr vub br the sod hpHbeHT tbiee Will fallA audhe1IMsteafew fsetNsw OrieeJM 7iraeeD ecatt icarI J y mu Itisd1euitt ieecif In fltttn laa Iwife the eWr g t4mt of Zatulhar IMt lirtMM which are MM to litow M t oct Oeykwe We bloWL with qW eoftaeM and perhaps ao Jtltl abemd iai ricb t T J tHhji tit the clove fotmto are its reel beauty spotu Awl irhatja mtefol chance their fra l 55t shade rro lb oriental na- WI1lfel i4 imils of the ifcjffy c oil wn4fai the w ttiof Mj etrinej and tht ar chlkctpreiof Its buIWi That te carecir aj faevwafMara la tile whole pk with etkottgh operaft two rehi etes to ias sad tbe j9tem of saulta tktt fe ahpvt M primitive as that of t title far4 of Eden heaeereoffle of tbrf 8BeIfe Fortvnate thi dove forests are hot fifir aw y TfrnalbiT has no docks or Tjrhartlii All food are landed or ahlp ol brino B of Ujhiten The tUal rise fc about foorfoea feet sad the fall itcjeeptflr ISo earn Vat atrekhM jof cii are thus left hare at lew woitor iboBee inore uetla But with all im drawbiteka Zawdbat hvnot artkniijiiiy naheeJttqr It b 47 vkloissly hog bet pie the Tfrhtte jii pU madasta II the M coop rftttT comfort and spare be1Ir ptajr foK tennis and oi t e jh1aAIIMrjh Ll fte Ii Je tellCronsptoo a bojr of slxteea1 1 eefifcd 1M ltfeatures ot the pinning uchiM Invented by Hargrerres andV jAncnTljbtftddwl to thsi 9 some of hitf i4i own mad kft rthree oo of aaxioo ud MCrtt exiwriaajntin WoducectI tileAnt tolmateff so called b- ecse it was HktadIarbt1dbetftesf t flargreavs cmny and ArwPr1ti wftter fniM Xte iv aiDDNBtia lad L WM howiir no fttcbtecwmi for fbe txXtoti Ids pKo sen ffaad o ttH MMMi ot 6w machin and hamitotaty robbed bin pf the fruits of hta InIselitY Many jremrt afterward j Jtlltneftbtr wed Ikabr Infltaence to Mctwt lor MM a pIt grant of i5GOftfc4 IM tf tt M a bjobm heart d aad aiHigBtaitiffan Ito wbom tU MoSey eaM tMJUe to bee My aeni Mrriea A w HWiI taNpi to tor rword which ahe aevfr w r fV Wrote Mow JWekor ylbe teuifie Jo not Mieoi but Jt estsw wrote Krannua Ike i M t kUhi mef tfcaii the iwdM FtDfcrte of irMen wieMftisbettertod- wult M s fJftIIlil s buaetop thon wit a brewttms iueian and In- awttehiiMe AiM It T JBM wrote Ihe io roe ta Httte momb r and lnaeMh pens tfclsgi However the oed Kiev ArthsK aid DiD not to irteMii Ae Peeper ve of her tonjoe i 4i ujn I 1r lf Ir a kt 11w w urill e 1ttIyW Is i s rftitl CblSfterICIIS r oetepugenl e4pW1 ttt I t Itcnir ppSt ttr be perfectly 4 n m efiMtiy lit lay ijulei Profeeeor pengAhSA demejhffw can yen iek ae of a mem har of 4 nee aat eoa Vii owned for eets pefil Bibce 1M3kffhariL Leader 4 htfUr jro COM Hfyletn of Ana Blr fafettfeo tbs tWto a throng hoi o to his fcbf rinxietsSXV ipH d a alr 00 elOr have not fet IMItIIIIft BTTPT ougt Anauln u qpHh M da he 18 palnted sPMjr iBdependent J- J lib beared of the Almighty the d w ve the humility of tbe poor f wbo have ths magiuuiimi etIc1111IInt Liy LEmy jlStMB ehOttld know that gcad- hes1thislmpOsabIeUthekidneyar h decanted Foloyi Kidney Curt will cure kidney end bladder disease in every fottn and will build up and V strengthen these organs so they will L perform their functions properly vo danger of Bright disease or diabetes if FoJeyi Kidney Cure ia taken iu ime For sale byWood A Wells A r Pr TL I i = j1I1 t a rL t I e I L I ordI4ByL L2SAtt tJ l L J JJ C r CHAPTER rf ot October had been tbaa maily lae aed now IbiftoakMl of November yra I UM food example set r IB tbe Route park ueteuIegroundsCourtP8Jac l iiial tb leaves had aei c11 Iff the breaches and the turf Ws tproHi aDd tern as yet un aelllstess of there J r 4btlocidehed party proceed 114 ifor tbe paee was set bj4 a MEkkea pun whose progress lla Vt19BIItbeatb 4raetomed to be g Tf OM alight Judge by tr1tOJr pallid with Ill or fy tbs jrlaaee ef the piercing I ere by deadly malady T otjsifothiaenrthif Mr way a scrutinizer of r t powerful face might ir yet be was slagled out tVe t before his short i far ct that moment his lied IB secrecy behind Iwve anxiously planning btjr were wise in their 1ii tarbad a whleper of their In- M abfead tbe Earl of Straf Jlri i eoJI bav struck first and struck I i l qS ftwi be iatended to do In i Tboas Wetwrth earl of Strat Md wJap aecmpaatol by an Imposing trate yd etter side of him accommo Aattef eir slow steps to Ills were ewe ef thhlghet in time land who tI4s bte words and accorded him f jbfmuli Io re obsequious than thatp t c tHll wMi they might have dlsti- nJ t fabe4 e Iclsg himself for nil knew 2 Iflat tbia katte ed frame was more to i J In iveaded ftaa the most stalwart per l i aejM r wbo that day trod English soil 4 tiM OWe circle followed a lf rr baM of attendants alert er call each haying place t JI ie his degree A huntsman WIlli rrovit4M tiY dogs kept in thrall If rettMwrp Falconers with headed hawks attested a favorite sport v of tbe earl wbo loved to have the birds even though he made no trial it 1here he walked ofjjke king nBlffltowi I tough he were permanent r iMtead of transient guesL Here he rested for the moment hop Mi to recover some remnant of health fi tt bjr the placid Thames otter his trou z VttiMis ume ytrom Ireland which t tartMfcet country lay numb under his toenc hand soon to be vocal enough wbea the bounds were upon him No ef Loadons clamour came to this i 7i a paradise He knew the mob was erytec out against him as in truth the r t country cried but he heeded not ii1IJ J UMtGwl despising his opponents thJf Better for him had he been more wary r conciliatory ic riJMMTg those now In his company i M jowag De Courcy one of the nu wrMia toad of Frenchmen smilingly Meelred at court because the consort r eC Care had a predilection for her etaatrygtcn a preference unshared J by ay save her husband The French w eo ti thought little of the scowls ef the Kaglteh so long as those in au r thority smiled opr them and the smile- brought profit They were regarded as titled saerceqaries spies probably aMoia to feather their own nests at the expense of the treasury possibly 13J tb propagating agents of a church of whfch Eoglapd had a deep distrust certally possessing an overweening 1 44i j ine ce at court dividing still fur t ther the unfortunate king from his sus ffcMM people It might have been imagined that 11tQ thoroughly English so strenuous jHMwm as Stratford the last to be Ile t ljd d by suave manners or flattery t hlt MHih he hadnn litisntlablp appetite i for cringing deference yet uninfluenced tJ hy It arlts his crushing ot Lo- rI 5 Xtmorris In Ireland would barr j shows scant riendsliiiuJor rivoloui rreagh nobles but it was a fact that he f bore from young De Cdurcy a famili c arity of address that be would have suJered from none other in the king e 4o JfC1rti4rs find a ready1 reason toe 1 every faction nnd they atrributetf C Etraffo ds forbearance to the influcnc 1l P6 Courcr possessed with the queen for his iordship was well aware thai JItII lila sovereign lady showed small Ilk lag for the kings most powerful mln later StraffoVd was too keen a poll l tician not to snake every endeavor it placate an enemy who at all hours hal trfr access te thi private ear of his master 4 7 t whose breath depended his ovn ole t vation Therefore it may well be thai I l he thought it worth while to conciliate t eaeof the haughty ladys favorites r The conversation under the trees vftu I u tH iJtly frivolous despite the serious i Bess of the time Srrafford was l fJ toe to wear his heart on his fcleeve aiul wna troubled th t tr kin wiS Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness attimes adeep breath irritates itthese- are features of a throat I cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that r will heal the inflamed ist membranes enrich the Uood and tone ilp the 4iyMin Emulsion- S v just jwch a t remedy r It h wonderful healing TPS Msd ftpurishing power w 4Mact the cause of tW co gfe 1a1d the whole U ffiven new A d vigor 1 aiuIJ QrNE ch Z5 1 T i AgihrcfJeftfl1e Jorr4JiEIC Majcttr = mstsxeA on his presence in Lmmon n lusllSg to him permission to return to Ireland where he was safe the wield Cf 6f the upcer lihudhis manner or expression gave no hint of bis anxiety IA jLjTiical smile curved his bloodless 111p as he listened to the chatter of De CoVircy not noticing the silence ot the others who disdained a conversational contest with the voluble Frenchman give your lordstiiii my assnrauce If the young man that his- thajesty was much perturbed by the incident All Scots fire superstitious and the king has Scottish blood in his Veins UAs to superstition I have nejver learned said Stratford speaking slow ly that the French are entirely free from some toUch of It Thafs as may be continued be Convey airly but her majesty who Is French advised the king to tliink nothing more of the encounter so he CCgards but lightly any predictions of doom from an old gypsy hag There were no predictions of doom and no gypsy hag The case was of the simplest now exaggerated by court gob sip amended the earl My lord I have It almostdlrect from the king hlmsettYour almost Will account for any thing It was merely a piecel of youthful Impertinence which should have been punished by one of the park ran gers had any been present The kInk had honored me with his company In the park We were alone together discussing problems of state when thtere suddenly sprang out beore us a smiling CrClwnrd girl who cried Mer ry gentlemen I wilkpredlct your fortunes if In return you tell me where I maf find the Earl of Stratford His majesty looked at me and the hussy quick to tike a hint evidently saw that I was the person sought In any case the kings remark must have con firmed her suspicion Your predictions are like to proc of small value said his majesty If you ask such a ques tion Here you have two men before you Choose the greater whereupon the wench seized my hand before I was aware and the king laughed- It was an uneourtlerllke proceed- Ing said De Courcy That young woman will not advance In a world iTmoh depends On the smile of the mighty for promotion The choice shows her a true proph et muttered one of tIle nobles but Strafford paying no heed went on with his account The words which followed were more diplomatic than the action You are the kings best friend she said examining the pa m she had taken Then his majesty pried What do you read in my hand You are the kings worst enemy said thq pert hussy This nonplused Charles for the mo meat who replied at last I think 3ou are rnore successful wth my ccni rade Head all yofi find in his palm I begot you Thep the gypsy if such she was went glibly on Your fate and that of the ling are interwJrcn If you overcome your enemies the king will overcomebis If you fall the ktng tails Your doom wilL be the kings doom your safety the kings safety At the age you shall die at that age will the king die and from the same cause His majesty laughed SoniC what uneasily l thought but said Jauntily I have the advantage of you Strafford for you may dlent any inn mcut but I am given seven years to live being that space younger than you I was annoyed at the familiarity of the creature and bade tier take her self off which she did after making vain appeal for some private conver sation with me WiWElnr fairr to look upon In that case I do not tontler atyour Indljrnnt tlon To learn that a handsome and young woman was searching for you In the lonely forest to meet her at Jast but In company ofa king so risid in hiD morals its Charles was indeed a disappointment You had been more favored with any other monarch of Eu rope beside you Had you no dmncoi of getting one Iprhate word with her of setting tune and place for a more secluded conference It Is my prayer that when next you meet the wood lund sylph you lire alone in time forest As if to show how little profit fol Iowa the prayer of n French exquisite there stepped out from behind a thick tree in front of thorn the person of whom they spoke She was tall and slender with dancing eyes of midnight blackness which well matched the dark glossy ringlets flowing In profusion over jaw shapely shoulders Her costume betokened the country rather than the court yet Its lojck of fashion able cut or texture was not noticed in a company of men and the almost universal gaze of admiration that rested on her showed that In the eyes of the majority she was well and tastefully garbed My lord of StraffonV she said In a sweet clertr VoIce tU crave a word with you in private De Courcy laughed provokingly the others remaine l silent but turned their regard from jfye Interloper to the oar1 whose frown of nnnoyancc did not dis appear ag it had done before Stratford spolte no word but ida underlines werei quick to interpret nnd net upon hIs black look Tvo attendants Kilwdly took places besitlel the girl ready to seize Her dkVliis lordship give a sgiu Time lmit5tIQn let loose the Ilog x that- liati beeu pimrllji at the neivootnor They made rtlas at her while she sprang iiiuujy to the tree that Iud con cealed Ifcr havingt first whlskeJ from fie Scabbard of an nstonlelicAf nttond lilt the light word witlttwhlcli he won uppoced tp uard himself or his inns cr Call koft4ur hounds you vlllrhi he crfed Inn voice that had the truo- ing of combjaiid Iti It Indeed tofinncy licrc tit order had a touch of the girls own plies in tinsel I nsic not or my onn Ckftlle froiu acflth batfor- riielw IJIlratherttransGx a man than urt n dv You scoundrel you snail el the Ju of IhJl IffiiHt If Ou do ot Instjilitl ftbcjf The thin sliming Iilad6 Uartqil here lid there like an nddens tongue anti apflliifury Y Sp after yelp showed t3 potency and tLe do aj quick io jaarii that they wqre overmatched bated their fury anti coiitented tlienv jvcb ytbidlsy outicry at n f1tthIS nHnn frrftr the nWllintSrtl nf lnn rai iumpIa iZt t fars wid backnird bark ng vaicnottsiy but Imee1ng well ckir- cethpi tfti jcroui tc ft y r j U4stj1aa witi tuah uai into their former pjucu Yes lush them you whelp but Its over your own shoulders the cord should go lied I the ordering thou meanest of the pack Madam said the Earl of Stratford sternly I would have yqufciow that none gives orders here but mc In that you are mistaken my lord You have just hoard me give them and furthermore have seen them obey ed But aside from the ordering of either you or me I understand this to be the kings park Again De Courcy laughed She hItyti there my lord he had the temerity to say Strafford paid nq attention to his gibe but gazed darkly at the fearless In truder do you want he asked ttWhat told you my lord 1 wish a word In your private ear Speak out what you have to say Tls to be beard by none but the Eail5of Strafford no not even by the king himself for you should know rio it other fashion I would have spokfii when last I encountered you- I have iusecret ruin the Irllitf1 Nor need this be one fIg yoursto yourpleasureIthat painted popinjay to the rear with the 1l0gsThe others ore gentlemen and willTOtlrc of their own accord when they learn a lady wishes to speak privily wltl you It was now time turn of the English nobles to laugh which they did merrily enough but De Courcy seemed less pleased with the rude suggestion He tumbled at his sword hilt and mutter jtI angrily that If any present wlshbd to make the girls reference his own n meeting could be speedily arranged to discuss time question Strafford how ever had no mind for any byplay His glance queUed the rising difference then he said harshly to the young woman What do you here In the kings park lacking permission as 1 suspect Indeed cried the girl with a toss of the head they say where I come from that everything seemingly pos sessed by the king belongs actually to the people and being one ofttie people I come to my own domain asking per mission of none You are young to speak treason u 1IS110 treason of mine I but re peat what others say Still how came you here Easily Over the wall I was refused nll essto you by any other means so I took the method that sug gested Itself You were feigning yesterday to be a gypsy Wl1o are you That what I wish to tell your lordship when 1 get the opportunity As for yesterday I feigned nothing I but retold what an old gypsy once said to me regarding the king and Lord Strafford I wished to cngageyour at tcntlon but like tire underlings of this palace you turned me away Your persistence shall be rewarded but with tills proviso If the newS you make so much of Is not worth the tell lag then 3hall you expiate your Im pudence In prison If you fear to ac YOUR LORDSHIPS cept the rste you had better beg while therein yet time maid let us no more of you I accept Ute hazard freely my lord Time Earl cf Sthifford said no iuqre but turned to hi followers who at once withdraw to the background ex cent Du Courcy who not having for ivei the insult placedl upoa him and unconscious that his reluetsnce to t the spot vita giving point to the girls1 crietl angrily J Iluveclive Lord Strafford There maybe more In this titan appears on the surface Site has shown herself ex pert wilh a stolen Ulndc 1hat blade is still in tier band The earl stalled coldly He was unused to disobedience evtm where it concernetl his own snfetj Tls but fair l1CHnld that should take some rink to equal hers Ill euanto the stroke Your prayer wan that I should meet this damsel alone in the forest Do not I beg of ydu prevent fulfillment of your devout pctltioa by further arrying But before this was spoU pn the girl had tIling time borrowed rapier far into disjineumbercdt Frenchman saying mockingly Farewell lpopinjay The treacher ous ever make suggaation of treach cry To the carl she added My lord am entirely unarmed What hare you tosay to die re nlied Strafford sverely bonding hitI daik gaze upon her Sir lie voice lowered so that nane might by any chance overhear sir am Frances Woiitworth your eldest daughter CHAPTER rIITIIEglrlll1ulliulght have wanted mOre Intrepid person than even she appeared to be that there was in trifling 4Vlmen at last he spoke PeiilI voice ivas harsh anti SWhmft do you exiieet to gain by a qtatenint so preposterous I exjd ct to gain a father The girls answer trod quick upon the heels of the question but her color changed from red to pale and Vfrotn pale to red again and her hurried breathing hinted of some knowledge of her hazard which nevertheless she faced without flinching MyIa modest little mold I take you to be older and I should hesitate to apply to you tho qualification I have Just coupled with her name I am sixteen therefore her senior Thus one part of my contention is admitted If she Is modest It doth become a maid and Is reasonably to be expected for she hath a inothers canv I have had none If youdetect a bold ness In my manner tla tfiit another proof I am my fathers daughter Something resembling grimace rath er than a smile disturbed the white lips of Strafford at this retort He bent his eyes on the ground and his mind seemed to wander through the past They stood thSus In silence opposite each other the girl watching him In batty and wherifshe sow his mouth twitch with a spasm of pain a great wave of pity overspread her fate and brought tLe utolsture to ler eyes but she made no motion toward him held in increasing awe of him Boldness not a virtue he mut tered more to himself than to her Theres ninny a jade In England who can claim no relationship with me This remark calling for no response received none Sixteen years of age Then that was in The earl paused in his ruminations as if the simple mathemat ical problem baffled him the old look of weariness and pain clouding his dpwnturned face- TheyearlCMsaid the gIrt promptly Doubtless doubtless 1G24 It is long since longer than time days that have passed seemmto Indicate rwos a young man then uownowI am an aged wreck and nil In sixteen years And so In you the spirit of youth the unknown past confronts me demand Ingdemanding what Demanding nothing my lord Humph You are the first then They all want something You think I am an old dotard who is ready be cause you say you want nothing to oe ccpt your absurd proposal But I am not yet fifty nor as near it as these fell maladies would have me appear and a man sboiild be In his prime at fifty Mhdain It will require more convincing testimony to mole me listen to you further STile testimony irrefutable stands here before you Raise your eyes from the ground my lord null ahold It If scrutinizing me you deny that am your daughter I shnll forthwith turn ifrom you and trouble you no more Strafford slowly lifted his gloomy face prematurely seamed with care and his heavy eyes scanned closely the living statue that confronted him The sternness of his features gradually rel- axedr and un expression near akin to tenderness overspread his face 4tAny manmight be proud to claim othIT L o e bert umrmv be = Silt I AM FIIANTES WEXTWOUTII ELDEST DAUUHTEIt quit I I lordships menacing I vairoc soo one nimvivu ia5z4d Strafford by saying you rojeinblwl him Xp my lord I am come to return to you tills docuiVient which once you presented tu my mother Slid lauded him a paper which h read with Intent care It ran thus I have In little much to 81to you or else oiie of ua ont much to blame nut lnt truth I have Uiat conlldance In you and that naaurance In myself as to rest secure the fault will never be mad on either SIde Wf1I then thl short and this long which I aim at la no more than to give you this Unit written testimony that I am your husband and that hue bftnd of yours that will ever discharge thaw duties of love and respect townfd you which good women may expbct Kitd are justly due from good men tft dfe charsc them antI this In not only much but all which belongs to me and wherein hall tread out remalndar cf life which Is left to me Stratford looked up from lila perusal blank amusement upon hla commute nance How came you by tills paper I found Itidnoiig the documents lleft by my grandfather who tiled a yea ngo It was sent by you to jay ujoth er Imposslbljj Do you ileny the script do not deny It but twajj written hy me eight years since and presented to my third wife whom I married lId vately Your third wire Who was she She was OlisJresB Ellzubelh Rhodes and Is now Lady Strafford SThen she is your fourth wife You will see by your own Inditing that tills letter was written In March 1524 The date was unmistakably set down by the si1J1le hand that laid penucdthe- bold signature Thomas Wentworth and the bewilderment of the earl creased as he recognized that here was forgery but a genuine letter antedating its duplicate Is It possible lie murmured to blur self that a man has so little original ity as to dp practically the same thing hOjsnll1was your ISbail honotl the readUur of this uoclmienc would have rendered your question unnecessary Has a man suck gift of forgetting that the very name of the woman he solemnly married has i slipped his memory as easily as the writing of the letter she cherished She was PrAnces daughter of Sir John rWarburton murmured the earl His only daughter as I am hers my lord But when Sir John wrote me coldly of her death he made no mention of any issue My grandfather always hated you my llord It is very J11tbat he told you not the caus pf mynrothers death was liOn childrens blrtUM Children 1 Yes my lord My tAVIn brother and myself V v Irns you say you have a brother wbyls he not here In your place youS in the background where you properly belong SJr1 suppose that her good name Is thought more of by a woman than by man She wishes to be assured that 1n came properly authenticated into world whereas a tuna troubles llt itle of his origin be it Jie Is here with some one to ilsbt or to love Or perhaps it Is that the mann Is the deep or and refuses tocoudone where Ii Vo man yearns to forgive My brother shares our grandfathers dislike pf you He thinks you cared little for our mother or you would not have been absent during her last lays when I knew nothing of It The times then mi now were uncertain requiting absorbed attention from those thrown willingly or unwillingly Into public affairs What can a boy of sixteen know of the duties thrust upon a man in my situation Sixteen or not lie considers himself even now it man of positiot and lie holds your course wrong He says he has taken up the opinions you former ly he and will Jo his best to carry them 10 success He Is for the parlia ment and against the king As for me I know little of the questions that dls turk the state My own knowledge Is that you are my father and were you the wickedest person in the world I would como to you A man may have many daughters but a daughter can havebut one filthier therefore aml here my lord Like the quick succession of shade and sunshine over the sensitive surface of a lovely lake the play of varying emotions added an ever changing beauty to the slrls expressive face now a pitiful yearning toward her father when she saW lie suffered thou a coaxing attitude its if she would win him whether he would or no again a bearing of pride when it seem ed she would be denied and through out olin rigid suppression of berself a standing of her ground a deternrtna tloriVnot to give way to any rising sen tlment which might make the after re1 pulse a humiliation It a retreat must come ft should be curried Out with dignity Time Earl of Stratford saw nothlng of this for his eyes were mostly on the ground at his feet That his mind Was perturbed by the new situation so Un expectedly presented to him wast evl dcnt that he was deeply sdsplcloiUx of n trill wjis no less clear When he looked up at her he found his Iron resolution melting hi spite ot hhns lt and as he wished to bring an uudoud ed judgment to bear upon the prob lem be scrutinized the brown sward at his feet Nevertheless he was quick to respond to any show of sympathy with himself even though he was Un llkelj to exhibit appreciation alma he was equally quick to resent the slightest lack ot deference on the part of those whip addressed him If the girl laid made a thorough study of his character she could not have better attuned jier manner to his prejudices Her attitude throughout was imbued wlh the deepest respect and if the eye Refused to be advocate for her tim ea J could not close Itself to the little ttrill of affection hat softened her tone as she spoke tohmliS lie raised his head abruptly as one who lain come to a decision I November Is the stepmother of the months iiiid the air grows cold Come with me to the palace In a wjorld of lies I find myself bejlovlng youv thus I am not grown so old as I hind feared Com ghr trlppoollghtlrotr the rus jTbe leaves and was at his side lii an then slowed hor pace In unison with his labored mode of progression Sir will you lean upon my shoul den No I am ailing but not decrepit They walked together In silence and If shy viewed them time onlookers were well concealed for the park seenud de sorted Entering the palace nail arriv lug at fhe foot of a stairway soiiqltous menials proffered assistance but Straf ford waved tthem peremptorily ilsldo and accepting now the support hoi had shortly before declined leaned on hits daughter shoulder ami wearllj mount edtb stimir The room on Ute first floor into wlilcii he led her overlooked a court A chrful tire burned on tlje hearth and cast n radiance upon the Bomber wainscoting of the walls A heavy oaken table was covered with a litter of papers amid somebookslnyjibout Into n deep arm chair beside the tire Stratford sank witjia sigh of fatigue motioning his daughter to sent herself opposite him which she did He regarded her for some moments with no pleased expression on lila face then said with a trace of pctulttiiey In the questionIld your gr you up n lady or are youan Ignorant country wench She drew in quickly the small feet outthrust to take advantage of time comforting fire and tilt her cheek h ruddier liiiehhzeihOtCdI fore y 1ISir she said tthe children of the grent noglecteil by time rcnt1UlL tlllrIfolcelook to themselves I wnslbrougUt up ns you know without a mothers crfre iu tIme ancient hall of n crusty grantlfathor a brother my only com panion We plnyetl together and foUght together ns te iitr Willed nnll hievns HOt nlwJiys time victor although he ils tile fitrduKcr If can sometimes out fence him und foiling that can always outrun him Any hojse he can ride I can ride unJ we two have before nowI Hut to JlJgLt three tImes pur number r Sinoug thc yokels of time neighborhood As to education I have a smattering and can read timid write I have studied music to some advantage and foreign tongues with very little I dare 8nyII there arc many things known to youri London ladles that I am Ignorant We may thank tied for that liiut terod her fatherw 4 II If there are those In London salngl your lordship who say I am notl a lady I will box their ers for them an they make sflghtlug rejnarks In mytlpresence A most unladylike argtiment The tongue and not the hand is tbecourt ladys defense I cnndsc my tqngubi too If need be lord j jIImy Indeed I have had evidence of it aiy girl Qgn JJrict 2 hr Ssis and 5 i CALIFORNIA t Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where llabor is never oppressed by stress of weather and wfaini animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cohli r4 V Do you want to live in a region where the reources ate niot cy varied than in any other equal area in the world where the jdivkioh of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small fifrm tbiit will assure you a competence V Do you want to live where with a minimum of lapor you can 1 grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemonsl tt i olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure r business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment IrJ I Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming 11lI t The Chicago UnionI Pacific and tJI 11 NorthWestern Linei- s t 1 1tq the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fait1 jf through trains dally via this line over the famous doubletrack t 11 railway between t Chicago and the Missouri River Oneway GWQria V I ff tt 33 1theThese tickets are good on daily and personally conducted excursions on which a double berth in a Pullman to inst fj f sleeping car from Chicago costs only 760 Roundtrip tickets are always on sale from all points at reduced rates via1 the tt Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Rallwaysr 1 FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY Nw4S4 na iiu 1 have often had my doubts of It However lieronfter you must be edu catoil aq tloth become a daughter of mine I shall rbc pleased to obey any com mantis my fathcr places on The conversation was Interrupted by a servant throwing open the dhbr cry IPS His majesty the king The girl spralig instantly to herfeet tvliilp hor fattier rqso more slowly ias stating Jilmselfiivlth his hands on the arms of the char TO BE COXTIItUtDS il COLOR OF CIGARS The lllnclc leeds Are Sot Always the SttonKeat Onee Probably there Is not one smoker iin a ihoujund who would not be surprlse1 t and in fact incredulous If he were tout that the color of n cigar Is absolutely guide to its strength Yet such la the case and n fact well known to ci gun manufacturers and importers The belief of smokers that cigars of dark color are strong and those of a lighter shade are milder is iu point of fact as fallacious as It is general This is but one of many delusions harbored by consumers of ttobacco which pract 9 l cigar iimmi have smiled at jaud iudUigei from tUne immemorial A iuakerf Havana cigars uses lint one grade or blend of tobacco In time body or filler of his cigarsl Exactly the same stock is used in his conchas as In his perfectos in his clara as in his maduros After the cigars are made however Ill selector takes them In hand and classlflos them according to the relative shades of the wrappers This is tope to effect a uniformity In the appearance of each box of cigars and to enable tha dealer to readily In dulge the whim of the self deluded moker Inasmuch as tie wrapper constitutes not more than oaetcnth of the cigar It1 will readily be seen that the degree pf Its strength or nililiicss is vcry incon siderable In effect In tills connection however it Is Interesting to note that tobacco tradesmen versed in the Intri cacies of thb Industry flgidlj bar the light colored wrapper from their own smoking tables knowing that It gener ally Indicates that time leaf was prematurely cut find Improperly cured and thut it Impairs the flavor andburn of the tignr Cubans who by the way are notably jumiul to mild tobacco avoid smokjug HglIt colored cigars just as they avoid eating a green orange or- an unripe banana i 10fl5a Thousanda Hare Kidney Tremble and Dont Know it How To Find out Fill a boitip or common glass with ytfur water and let it stand twentyfour hours a It DKlI sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the neys if it stalns trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pan in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad derare out of order DoIknowledge so SwampRwish In curing rheumatism pain in the cverypartlofto hold water and scalding pain In passing quorfwInet j during the day and to get up many during the night The mild and the UmuI ordinary effect of SwawpRoot is soon resized It stands the highest for Its won IderCulI wonderful dIsovery- and a book thath tells more about btisentb- zoiuteiyfree byxnail addres Islcvlney oiolaRese t CoBUifh into Ny WhentlritlnCI1tlt ttoa rca f tW f Wou oer hv this paper f t If j f Ii W n KNISKEJmIP T MC NrwrRYChIcacOD1 J Please mail free to ray address CUfemaIa be1lsJaps dJIIIIS partzculanicoaccrning r9ei 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nbod 4 itabove which will be madeknown on appJ catiom to l iMf fII Ei L DAVISOfN f Jr V dill Pub NEWSLEADER Spring I W Ky fL f xouacco iraaesmen is a ibgicui one hua serves to throw Into bold relief a pe- culIar misconception pf jfacts Which Is both amusing and jciijbarrasslng to venders of the fragrant ivccd Whether cigar smokers will ever awaken to the tact tliat ji dark cigar Is if anything milder ahd iuvAKiably sweeter and nfore iiromatic than a light cigar remains to b seen Tobac co Leaf COM PLETED RbVERBS I Whatever mann has done man caa do better Theres many a slip twixt the era dle and the grave lij Look before you Ieaj out of ilio frying pan Info thc ire Until a main rnidsa vTrehe Is only half thereafter he Is lless Ilorteaty Is exact tola penny lint not always to larger jamjauutx at fOOl and his nmonejare soon par ed when time fool has friends The best tblngs atc not bought and sold they jre stotenf anl Mpt mttketi ybuti Pity is akin to iav4but kinship does not always signify friendship EveryUIig comes tc the man 7ho waits except that for hlch he waits OIJJortu tty knocks once at every theImann is out before knocking Uterary Digest IITke Slaw Staryi Teller Friar Lnw nee checks the impetu ous Rpraeo with J3e stumbles who runs fat ai sentiment true enough perhaps but one which ought never to be repeated to the constitutionally slow story wUell like h goad st6i7 asd am ever ready taapplaud a good story teller but heaven snvo me from the de liberates detailing clrcfimlocutbag ex asperating efforts of th0 slow Story tejl er In first place they seldom tell a tale that uedsa rapid recital1 and when they do they murder ItsnU la the next place the fonrf stories the Im presslvely sentimental nd the lugubri ously funny stories they deal In chiefly mire seldom worth Usfeninr toLidon Globe fOIm J BEES Laxative 1JrIft illtilltqfv 11 nnI i t iis iisI HONEYTAIIAn f Cough Lung and BroncbJ4 Hemediet Cures Couh 4 Oi9 Gently the Boweb ttsto i Pit IhtidiM ft miss h Sold it Haydpnt Phlf PAlloQSE iA Xw d JNl I I FOIAE PSTRY Aeubecrjber tot JIoIItAgriculturist Meured th- I11 eee4 from an old Indtsa Northwest Tea Aftsi ip eatiag wIth lLsdve peers wrote tfcftt iMNfrt Witk tqM ground and care it wffl W Iroal M to 1M bob U to tk acre and planted Uitck and Iaalk and all it wilt oak feed and better tes t Oaa avithiaV r tvtr mw ThoIdm dimmldpoikryf4sltweSSMeYr artts ohonk I wiot tot a low wlt cSuIachIhavbeerelJmiIL ft- aio pope bsdlUtuhty e ticl broagt budre P qiieta foi d sad aow t few buBlult era left ti1S for a S roontka trial sklptlo1 to S P lid NfIIS Iaadyoewillgd1OOsSdyN lam Mail ako details TMp codtt Dr WvSrS Sytp- PrItei the Wood Cwtte otouienu for DRJMa BURTON ARWItNY DENTIST TEEfl EXTRACTED YITLT PAiN t i Pvw 1S Block op ifcii srZiN9F1ELD KY All Dii Ul Work Strictly x Firstclass Oft 4 H LAMPTON OFFICE k Orliouse I WFGRIGSBY- ATTORNEY AT LAW QIov r People1 Sank SPRINGFIELD KY j J B RoBARDS M- RBARDSHYATT W FJTATT t ttt J iji r0i ljiciiis and Swgcons 1 ii tome next to Ulerks Offi- ceLJAMESRAVES tDlJ7t L PRACTICAL f litcfciikcr jind Jeweler r yrrifesl i a line of jVatches Clocks I MaM1 Jewelry Repairing aSpe TeUltTi Located on Maio Street lepgosite Pre byleriaDj church Srlngtie1d Ky ft If F TRUSTY e PRACTICAL li DENTISTJ It SOffice over Haydon Barber iY Dental work raasonable prices All work guaranteed t I SPRINGFIELD KY f i5L j JOHN YIMAYES A fUlllL DIRECTORc i AND L1CEHSED EMBALMER I TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT T4 SPRINGFIELD KY Rail road Schedule- Following is the time schedule f now in effect on the Eardstpwn i and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction f 502 pm Bar lstown 552 pm- ctJarrives at Springfield 645 pm r iNo 42Leaves Springfield at 530am Bartfstown 617 am Bardsiowfl Junction 705 am j1arrivesatLouisyil1e 755 am No 48Leavcs Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction- 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No 44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm CBardstown Junction 435 pm 4 arrives at Louisville 545 pm- No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves 1 r5 Springfield at 715 amBards town 8 am Bardstown Junction t 815 am arrives at Louisville 935 amS r No 91 Sundays only Leaves JcrLoiiville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown 735 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm v j1Se ros s Get We- llrr r yyWell loilCaL You should fortify youry J system against disease Im r proveyour health Purify fl your blood You can do so by the use 6f y fasialt Tonic W Just think 2 00 per 9 1S doaen Hundred of cases V 5II 5icamonthly iS HA6M 55- Aient 4 L rSq cTifI aJlTru rru1 3etMvk5Cogz Cure contains 1 not aittlioai of ftny harmful drug and it has b4it curing coughs colds croup I whoopicr cough o long that it rove n inelf to be a U led and true d to tbemn1 who use it Soldl IrUJ r oooooooooooOoooo g TOWN g TOPICS oooooooooootooocod Sweet potatoes or sale at Jno C Shakers Heinzpure apple vinegar for saleby MeElroy1 Bro Try old Honesty Coffee Jno C Shader agent f Sweet and sour pickles in bulk at John C Shader For a nice rloaf of saltrising bread try Jno 0 Shader v aiidjbacon Aunt Sallyestt Salt Rising bread received daily Always fresh at McElroy Bros Mr J R Clay rooke bought of Clyde Goatley a combined sad die and harness mare for 140 f McElroy Bros the grocers are sole agents for Chase San burns celebrated teas and coffees Rev LN tin ba gh who is in the Indian mission work in Oklahoma and Icdian Territory preached an interesting sermon at the Presbyterian church Sun day evening The ladies of the Presbyterian church realized Qver50 from their Easter Bazar which was conducted in the lecture room of the hurch onlast Saturday The many friends of Mr and Mrs W P Merriit at this place will be sorry to hear of tbe dis tressing accident which happened to their little s6ny Henry Wright a few days agowho had his leg broken by having a farm gate fall on him At last accounts the little fellow was doing as well as could be expected The physicians of Washington county met at ths pace yesterday and organized the Washing ton Medical Society Dr W W Hyatt was elected President Dr J H Limptori Secretary and Treasurer and Drs JohnShaunty J N Shehan ana B rnett refer ees The society will meet next at this place Oti the fourth Wednesday in May Ed M Russell the jeweler has in his store quite a relic in the shape of anold fishing reel It is made of copper and evidently made by hand It is rather a Crude affair but shows the effect of a good deal of skill in work manship The reel belongs to Charlie Noe who says it was given to him by old man Reed who found it on Little Beeqh some one hundred years ago f Ifrisstrange how so many peo pIe will be taken n by peddlers A couple of spectacle peddlers worked the town and county fe cently and did a land office busi riess1 selling brass spectacles for gold an l other such stunts They were finally warned to leave town or tobe arrested for operating witholt a licenseand they left but not until they had taken in several dollars of good money There has been a brisk de mand for food horses from horse buyers recently but they are hard to find Among the sales made lately are the following Fox Logan of Danvill bought here Monday a mare of W S Gibbs for 115 a brown gelding of T Will Simms for 150 and 4yearold gelding of J R Clay brooke Jr for 185 J C- Ensor sold to Lee Mudd of Frederickstown a sorr ll mare for 150 S Gibbs bought o rR and G L Wharton two fine young acks Price private VV B Spears the auctioneer reports the following sales made farthe Master Commissioner on Monday In the case of Walker vs John Johnson fourfifflis of one tenth interest in 300 acres of land iin Washington county sold for 300 to John Johnson In the case of George jWest vs Au berry the toll house property on the Lebanon road was sold to F M Campbell for 450 In the case of A C Kimball Adminis tratars vs Buckman 297 acres of land sold to B B Waters and Son at 2650 an acre Lecture IRev W T Gordon recently of Wichita Kansas will deliver a lecture at the Methodist church Friday Ma r 5th at 8 p m under the auspices of the Womans Home Mission Society of the Methodist church for church bene- fitSubjeA sail on the Sea of Matrimony 1 t s preparation pleasures and perils The lec r w r = i ivV TSWS jS- J U u p U Jt tI J PANT1PAWTII 1 I t- Lift t Oils Varnishes Colors Stains Dryers Etc oW rr We have them for all Purposes House pointst Burn paints Roofing paints furniture poU handryarn1ssI l Af so a full line of whittings fine brushes grainers tools sign writers brushes in fact everything necessary Icyrany job that needs PA1NPH and at right prices See us before purchasing ewhere as it will be to yo rtinterest to do sor i r V gThe Red Gross Drug Store Springfieldi f Ky Telephone 89 DR P Wv WELLS Proprietor Ht Fill Prescriptions xt l f4rpn ture will be instructive and en tertaining full of humor and pathos comedy and tragedy Love marriage the home and kindred subjects wut be discussed The lecture is highly commended by these who have heard it J SMcIntire Dead Mr Jack Mclntire a popular farmer and citizen of the county died Monday last at his home on the Bardstown road about th ee miles from Springfield He had been ill for some months with a tumor of the abdomen and his death was not unexpected The deceased was 68 years of age and had been a life long citizen of Washington county belonging to the large family of Mclntires of the county He was a farmer and a godd upright citizen who enjoyed the friendship and es teem ot his neighbors td a marked degree His wife who was a Smith being a sister to Mr Fielder Smith has been dead about 20 years and two sons and twodaughters survive as follows Misses Josi and Leona Mclntire and James who live at the home here and Kent Mclntire whose home is in Jack son county Mo The funeral took place at StRose on Wednes day morning Court Day Sales There was a good deal of stock on the market here Monday but the prices and sales were very unsatisfactory Col R E Whayne reports the following One mare 70 mare mule 70 co wand calf 27 u 4yearold cow 2650 4yearold heifer 1225 two st ersat 13 sow andy 7 pigs for 1350 Auc tioneer J B Estes sold 6 long yearling steers at 27 SO per head 9 heifers at 1480 cow for 18 13 steers at 2650 7 steers at 3460 Woo Growers Notice I am paying 27J cents per pound for wool to be delivered at Texas Parties desiring to sell me their wool may commu nicate with me either by mail or telephone at Texas Ky Price subject to change at anytime For further particulars address COL R E WHAYNE Sub Agent for W J DeBaUIn General Agent flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield Wed nesday May 3 with a nice lot of flowers and plants cheaper than over before at courthouse GEO R M ATT1NGLY I PeasleeGaulbert Kentucky FOR IAL PERSON A L Brown in LouMiss Mary was isville Tuesday Mrs Hal Muir of Bloomfield was in town today Mr W C McOhord was in Lebanon Wednesday Miss Bertha H a don has returned from Bards to wn Miss Browne is visit tog friends in Louisville MrsIN McMakin of Bloomfield was in town Monday Mr J R Durrett of Bloom field was in town Monday Mrs J H Hopper of Mack ville is visiting her parents MrC W Hagan went to Campbellsville Wednesday Miss Fladget Simras has returned to Nazareth to school Mrs T So Mayes was in Louisville the first of the week Mr John H Brown of Leba non was on our streets Monday Mr Dave Logan of Danville was here Monday to buy horses Mr and Mrs E N Hundley of were over on Monday Mrs J S Jlaybrooke is visit- ingi relatives in Bardstoyn this week Miss Mary Hamionof Fr6d ericktown is visiting Miss Sara SimmsSMiss Margaret McGhOrd spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs G C McChord were in Louisville Monday and Tuesday Messrs Ray and Joe Wake field of Wakefield station wCre here Monday Mrs C Wand MrE- Richard Walker were in Louisville Sunday Mr John L Barber and wife were in Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Veola Brown lias accept a position as bookkeeper for McElroy Bros Mrs Nannie Bobbitt of Leba non is visiting the family of MrAoB Lit cy Miss Mary Dofioney of Leba nOn visited her aunt Mrs S J Smock Monday Miss Margaret Leachman te turned from an extended visit to Louisville Tuesday PAINT Proteotlon 1 Wind filch weather weAr out more farm implements tools etc than wear and usige Nothing can prolong their usefulness so well as painting them v- 1thPI2ANTATION CO- Incorporated Louisville Hadgie Lebanon I I IIJ B- YEJHiydon es1dayJ Cannon and wife v WI P Hays of Bloomfield was among tile County Court day crowd here Monday rMr T W Mintoriof LeUanon was the guest of Mrs 0 A Greene Wednesday Miss Florence Hamilton of Frederickstown is visiting her sister Mrs J Lr Barber Mrs Daimon CrayenSj Jnee Carrie Nell of Woodlawn is visiting Mrs WJjC Marks y Miss Maragret Russell of BarUsJown spent Mpnday and Tuesdaywith relatives here Miss Nellie Wilcox who has been visiting Miss Myrtle Pride has returned toNashville Tenn Mrs Kenny Anderson of Louis artThompson Mr Jim Thompson of Bard town was in town yesterday in tha interest of his cigar business E Carl Lioy of Lebanon spent Sunday with his wife and the family of Judge W E Selec man r Mrs Karrick and Miss May B Jdjne have returned tQl Maud 4riendshereWradames John r McChord Johnson and daughter of Lebanon were iin town shopping Saturday M isses Nora and Blarichelhn1rJ visited their sister Mrs S H Bishop the latter part of last weelI t Mrs Emmett Wigginton frlio has been visiting her sister Mrs M W Hyatt returned home MpndaySMr J LAllen and family were in ElizabethtoW Suiiayt- 1c see Mr Allens fattier who is vary ill j Frank Noe left Sunday for Hardinsburg where he goes to accept a position on the Hardins burg Democrat Miss Marie Barber has re turned to St Catherines school ini Louisville liter a visit to her home at this place Clayyrcokeand dale are visiting Mrs John Offutt of Bloomfield Mesdames H R Thompson zmd 9harle D Robertson- Tuesday p t with Mrs JW THom son of Pleasant Grove Misses Elizabeth arid Eula Wathen who are attending Nazareth Academy are visiting Mrs T W Simms and other relatives here Mrs Carson Force who has been yis ting her daughter Mrs R F Sutton returned to New- Port last Thursday Mr Joe W Irvine of Knox vi lie Tenn and Mis i Susan IrVine of Lebanon visited their sister Miss Bettie Irvine last Sunday countyIClerk snow Is the lime to getyour rair riage license cheap Misses Mattie McElroy and Rebecca McElroy of Lebanon are guests this week at the home of their uncle Mr RiFMcElroy of the county Messrs Wo F Booker Bob 0SNoe John C Shader and Jack McChord went out to Tatham Tuesduy to spend a few days fishing in Chaplin river flUIlitYjofaJS Hendersonville NC for about six months have returned very mu h improved in health Misses Emma Adams and Anna Edwards of Harrodsbjhrg and Miss Nettie Baker of Mark vjlle are the guests of Mrs Stephen B ThompsonrJr- Lieut David R Litsyis here to visit his parents this week Lieut Litsey who is stationed at Ft Thomas has been instrncting a new military company at Ltwrenceburg recently R vL N Linebaugh Pre I siding Elder of the Duncan tis trictvDklahoma has been the guest of the Lee family the past week He went from here to visit relatives in Bardstown Among those who made the trip to Louisville Sunday were Theo C Campbell C W Hagan Sam Bottoms Harry Hansbrough Will Greene Uliff Robert Will Cambron John K Wall Lynn Allen and others Mr J R Mayes who with His family has been in Henderson yille all winter is here on a visit Mr Mayes reports the health lof his little daughter greatly improved by the fine climate of that place Messrs J Wi Satterly and Joseph Burkhead two of the substantial citizens of Tatham Springs pail the NEWSLEADEE office a cal I bndav and renewed their subscriptIons Mr Burk head likes the NEWSLEADER so all that he ordered it sent to two of his brothers who live in different puts of Indiana r 7SrightYbercilapsable tubes with nozzle attachment for introducing it ManZan stops pain iristantly and cures all kinds of blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Sold by Haydons Pharmacy i i LETTER LIST- Remaining uaclaimed iin the Springfield postoffice for weekending April 26 1905 W M Bierstadtt Bro J W Cooly Miss Ida P Edelenr Miss Ethel Edelen Geo O Harding J S Homes L F Hamilton Tom B Johnson Mrs Mojlay Parker Persons caning lortnese letters will pleaspsay advertised and givedate of list j W A Waters P M J crOttxSiusti ADe Kai AIw1JsI t r a S C B LEGHORNS Pure healthy birds beautiful plumage fine carriage bred from premium strain Have had no other kind for 9 years Good Stock Good Eggs LOO for 15 eggs 150 for 3ti eggs Miss SUE A DUNCAN r f d no 3 Springfield Ky JAMES A COXf sAgnt fo- rTMLJIUIIORTLfXIHGTOH Basket leaves Monday night retains Friday night Firstclass work guaranteed Everything you cat will taste good and do good if you take Rings Dye pepila sTablcW Sold by Haydons PliarznacyfOLIIOIETADTAR i CKX O X O XXX O OO k Special Sale of RibbollZ 1l jtl Satu rday tttfor One hour beginning at iSpm we will sell lUtv 34TfJRDAY t r Our sko is full tt lthe n wyst things The econQmicalshopl per shoujdtakead vantage Ie THIS sNPJjv i r A6OTaffetamb Lbonall the pop JHi ularcolors t d Forthe Low Pre ie e Of J aI3cPeryardThis r JIf I l3 lj1i See thos new Lace Stock Collars iyearii selling st 4j5l PRIdE r H7LP 9 f5 We bought Drummers Samples iiwlire cam eli UM 9 i newest Stocks thtj h CALICOES 3 l2c the yard Brjiech tF r partment ROBERTsoN BROS Oi 1 r oo o oO6oijiw iiiw lVt VtW w HMiw i IIITheT e Peoplele whoo are Prel1 lIIot l1 L IIGet tIheCoodThingsoftfVe I J i I ij The best of everything is always for th J first cdn n f if J 11 you are prepared to buy your Spring Goods sow you = J 3 secure first choice whIte our stock iiis fill lull aiid com t plete t We cannot guarantee that thsek will Wiiutiiii 55 3 condition long as the beauty of it appals to a fS 3 holders and the prices placedthereoa ifill diplgfirery 11 i3 quickly Everything in eacFlTfirif ir aftA iplo data i Our Lady Customers J i j t dl 3 r cv t Will be interested it our nfewMiiwt o WWtlt 3 Shirt Waists at from 1 tot5ogrl i f fIJ 3 L 3 51 Our line of readymaie nnusliai irbdiiikU jtit ar 3 within reach of all We carry a fio aatorfaMai kidjmadeSklrts inciuding tine blAck silk aid the eslbiUs4 t Pres de Sole at from 12 toS a IS4 5SS Ja3 5 iSI Grundy Claybroofcc iMcftitire mq4qiI Peoples Deposit Bmk I r 1 8PRIPHJF1ELD KY t j AWIZ IsuMIe is4 4 Capitai43O7OSS urplusad TIS l 4SOFFICERS Geo D Rob rtson Prttid at tRIuiraa v i ir dent J A Boulware Caakr CMM if i iiAssftantCuhIer K3s i J DIRECTOR GcOr D Robertson IE TlMir i Qr SSI i Hay don J TV UerllTIj I Patrons enjoy every privilege Dually eitdd by rtiMk aM well equipped Banks Prospectife cteporttow are invited ttt Write te call In personcQ Q 4t John Paul Jones Toheftougbtfu man nacre especially to Lbe patriotic Araer jean a lot of laudation as unneo tssary as KHa uncalled for ii appearing cohoenriftg John P01 JonesiAs a matter of cold fact Jooo was an adventurer pure aid d plenothinCnof e Like aH airectorerf be paesd of i4 kbJrre and ft reaWIe tjdst1 kle waci4lfS tferee oOutf tries ttaerted Uwn mil and died t t t c 14fe fQftii Jwi OriginsUy3psi man whoseI ia u JoDl- lPaut tefa rtt a maIl properQ tit aMUd- in e M IJlNt JWlia Qf itRtvuItioa be ain JtI1TJ7 tn nva af J I tribia undip 44 i U IItd1igehha a an ideal tture in the ARo aYf i His carr 4eriib od iIa kk n of elL vu I MllUmt aad 4ItlL oi to yftrociauft bud did his whole duty II Z r4 tie laifliNoC COf1 Uraatto froaitpiiat IIia ierit a- sheise fyedh- ei kft meiaJt at too cks fdRooaataot aad became a rtttb JCoiprftM Catharine apptqttlftf atoi aa admiral in i fl At a Bhewasieqllltt M eathuaitstk as an- f Anipioin B IieTed from rJ t- yf8bon jfhBa M finalljvleft j Ihtfftia and apaot the remainder a oMOifeviPriY bitterly be rating SoatJ d tbe1and9fhi J ttrtli AWk the land of hia V bn d JUssit the land of c tcct bii awtfrn allegiance in later dhyrLIuaes poaaeaaed son of tne iIi feeliaga of a patriot He wasau I adventurer Had tha opportu rl preaea ted it elf vroiild nave Wy been a pirate Bens a nd brawler a man of and truth to ttell ri f Courage lit Pariso at11iyL f r belligerent iucliBatftnnfflle was c of of the same mould and does I not deserve to be mehtidnadjn t thesame breatb wjii Wstiing I t3n Jefferscfn Franklin arid I Mir his4s4 rtbedaw1en ifce greateat nation tbwprld has ever seen was born Gias6w Ia t sFircMse- h- itif Marfc Cc Bandarj No 24 t i kd1 Qf Knihta tern plai tbal p irchaed of RL Clarke Mirsb aU of LouIsville the lot i ota Haln street a4ojining tie lifirjr akabla occupied by Brown 11 DoMuj The prIce pala was iltml t The lot li the one on which the iJ bidiIMqtdf that was formany t i yaata wad as it Barber shop by 1 X Mux rri The bUllaU waaracaiitljr 2strojey by fire The livery rstable property is tx w pl5nediBj the Comraanaerj v1JiWtti41aial lot just a jNinMkaed iIt now has a frontage it4 Maiari1f 57 feet extend r i1 i C ibcvvth to Mulberry street It more than probable that cn tbiwi1ltome diy stand one J Of tta hacdsomeife buildings in tIM ChT It iis the ihicntion of tsliod1gs to erect for itself a aplffididbocae some time in the future buf as yet up conclusion his been reachEd as to the archi- ectareof the building the cost prj beJL it will be builtLebailoft tttprise t l Yard toi Ivan Boaanj an emigrant from Croatia irbd arrived at New1 j BLACK t DRAUGHT STOCK and POULTRY 4 MEDICINE Stock pwAti uTe few I frpqbleiwhfcharenot bowel a itHT r kreguferittei Black DnwBtteiJck aid Poultry Xedi for ems remedystock tC ina j r o ditioi t EAaer jcait Inedtx a ad t huslty by givai tin w ooca 4 8toekffooaAno i oai raiJrmaybyal ient halfpsadairt t alt cl thk medieuM roi his dealer 1 mti kwp hk tock in v4forous th JIr weeks Deah reear ssp8larkDrsuht8tound JWie jjj 5 P Ivw1M- yea st sT UCbjdttwore a muttaotea pe yard In l 1th n k was a loitiftwo jftiarsv old add iimabsved a4app r lip- boIikEn5gTst prtde hi the leogib dT1i imUstache He had been inform however Wtew fJtky 1Iii JM would hiveto share it off is re expected ta get ensp1oya t ja anchica sbcip and wnatiafrai3f Miatit Wrht get ctjxht ojim Mwmac wtrjr To sayehim afirowtliW eril ha intended tihv5- tk 9 Jfiize lT asure re i moved on reacbiag Washington Tim BiBSttclie had become so much in the wa jind had attrac iadsopBcI attention that h f woiiiMl jif around his neck witi jthe ends tucked under his hat giving hira the appearance of wearing jt neckla eDosati was loffered a position as aa attract lon for a hair tonic dealer but declined the offer ASTORIAJ r Imfuts aad ciJrL 11rill YW ImAlnfs JJasuI A f TAXING BACHELORS Penalties Have Of tea Been Ipesei- In d VarIoH CoHBtrJe Bachelors as candidates or probation ers for marriage have formed the sub ject for legislation from the earliest times Penalties have often been im posed on male celibates In various countries In proportion as the Inter ests of the state were regarded as above those of tbe Individual the en for ement of marriage was the more severe In Ancient Sparta it was con sidered a punishable crime not to mar ry orto marry too late In life In punlsbec1ellbacyr times At Rome marriage waifhster by tpositive ixjnaltles imposejl jon unmar lied men and sometimes even on worn nag well as by discrimination in favor of heads of families In the allotment t Caejarthers of three or more children Under iprohibitiof sixty In men and fifty in women from taking possession of a legacy and this was applied even to widows who in order jb secure their part of their de ceased husbands estates were forced to arif again within a period of two earsi 7 BLIND INSECTS Tkey Act Jji t aa Thoaipk filter Hall Eycii and Could See Solar aa Insects of the caves are concerned the loss of sight which they Umrdcreiis i In the number of the facets Which make Tip the compound eyes with a corresponding dimInishment of tim lenses and retinae After four or five generations the eyes become user less It would be most interesting to breed these or other blind creatures of the eaves In the light so as to find out if they would get their sight back IpaU animals including Jan It Is found that nature tries to compensate for loss of vislpn by increasing the power of the sense of touch Thus the attennae of cave insects grow remarkably long It tsvery curious tdflmlibat nothing In their bcbqvlor suggests the fact that they are blind They walk run stop explore the ground and try to escape from the grasp of the bug hunter lIghtQfit they perceived It visually Itlstremarkable tact proving that the an cestors of these creatures could see that In the embryo stage of their exist ence they have eyes well developed FIRST MAP OF THE SKY It Wag Made 1420 Year Before the Christian Era At a very early period lit the history of astroupray It was felt that the stars should be divided Intojjllstlnct groups or con tella thns This Important task has engaged the attention of astroiio mers from remote times and has only been brought to its present perfection by a long series of Intellectual efforts According to Clement of Alexaudrld It was Chiron believed to be the maker of the first celestial globe who 1420 years before the Christian era divided the starry heavens into constellations and so msipped out the sky Newton upheld this opinion which Is further coiloborated In the book of Job where allusion Is made to Orion tin Pleiades and the nyades d prbof that at a very early period there had been u grouping of the stars i Dayswrlten to thoughtheiters Comparative Depth of Well The deepest wells in Europe are at Pansy Prauce depth 2000 feet at Iidiapclle Paris depth 2930 feet at Crenelle Paris depth 1708 feet at Keusalvverk near Minden depth 2288 feet at Klsscngen Bavaria depth 17T feet at Sperenberg near Berlin depth 4400 feet which is said to be the deepest In the world and at Pcsth Hungary depth 3182 feet In the United States there are wells located at St Louts depth 3843 feet at Louis Vllle depth 2080 feet at Columbus 0 depth 277 feet and at Charleston S C depth 1250 feet MailKK la ScolIaBa onlrtbetethe Xpkbwas to shave the head ft am redlilatI one who had refused to Join In their frpHcs With great solemnity he was publl8blugUbelhlghnesse3theglera pftd Lot rijHialsbment was ford bly oarried to the Stvllcan burn a stream running through the famous flake imT lupre ducted f t I JL lDe r JJ t AversPilis W riI5Ie- a siirt4bIuctUj Gonccrnirig f I Wome jt tFeminine M5 vcrs and file 1 LEconomY5uclOr Men and Women Oh no I never tbwn away a thlngr remarked Jlr iavealt vhstii INl1COIJ1titIIbQ put another broken cfaalr In the aI readY overcrowded grrctaScusq me maam but has you iy eld clothes you wants to lit rid op asked her colored lat QrLet me see remarked Mrs greall going Into the closet with difficulty Ing to Its overcrowded coadltlo s P me Judy Jm afraid well hive letaI larger quarters neit year We uaveiii ehougb closet room Why y K4wHr luwi three old suits This brown oae but I might want tq wear thte la th jno atalns this summer With a yard or two of new cloth It would be all right No I guess I Wont give you this one Jpdy Its too good Now titiS blue oe oh well I mustnt part wik that It will go with a blue hat that J may buy myself soon And thlf J purple oae Ofi It will be Just the tbtejr for some awfully wet day next winter r2 you know to wear Instead ot my rejJi rainy day jgult No Im sorry Jtidyr but there nothing today Ob here take these old glovesSAnd the text year Mrs Saveall added another hundred t6 their rentalI because they hadnt roam In the old house tFto Eenmy Ir Oh no remarked Miss raise Econ omy1 cant do any moro writlngjH8t now I must make my sunjmcri clothes And she sewed for fojty day iand forty nights till she had to call the doctor In and he charged her 810 Why didnt you have less and can thcluiouey to have them made proper yf remarked her friend as ahibfr held one botched garment after an other v The bats looked painfully bomemad the skirtS were skimpy and one ot er pe she materIal was cut on the wrong 4THE OVEDCBOWDBD GAHHET bins There was hardly a thing ijfiat could be worn the net seasonrYou are a writer not a dreMraak cr the friend went on Why dMnt you have less earn enough to have It made properly and leave to the difess maker her trade while you dkl Wbat you really know how to do JTh Cause of Failure What Is the secret of most ofctli failures In this world 1 I asked tbef successful business man T Lack of originality and lack of tuft tlvef And originality 4W ell qur training Is somewhat re sponsible for that When we are small we ore acre or less taught to bo copy cats and I suppose it Is good for us to a certain paint but after thatRnthepointjs reached very early In UC04t la individuality and the stronger the bet ter which caunts The man who feels that the world his apple and that he Ik going to cut out n pattern of his own In the peeling Is the man who la going to succeed and no one will be able to do more than trip him temporarily So great Is the power of originality that poaImake other treat him with more con bra1aswayMuladded 9s equally true of women IIplinl Charity Ij Charity begins at home Let the heathen take care of themselves a UtItie Spring Is a hud time for everyone evdn ttr those with money How much i3tf so for the poor EmpJy you cl1ets of all superfluities bayou do your spring cleaning jBy su per pltIes I mean things you will not want right away every old saucepan every bit of lace of ribbon even spools of silk whose corers you haven turJther need of Give them to some worn an with a large family where thoselbits will iu l come handy Give partlell lcterdssptrImpswithout a bit of something fre h vitiwhich to liven up their sfrinirt wajdI robes BEATRICE MJLLfcn We Cepreml Im very sorry my people have glv OB offense said the avage rIand Lin ready to apologize Apologize gdld the Europeaa enJtoy Indignantly But my country will tccept no apology This insult can be Wiped out only In real estate Sew Tbrk Press c Mere Tham JIet7 NMd- I L Top are beautiful enough tobI ed bylh emperor AmI 1utlfsl Movflh to be wooed r JYHh 4 1tt f 1 t The great rute offheatthr recuJarAMA ftPiIIs 1JGI d NM JIet 5A MM prpiHTtetwr la BaKliwr tel MI DCat0it7fIJLWIcti the mala JitMii MI oW geirttaBaa wU know to tW tke 1Mte ta et tile MOB = 4SI CIty fah1e ayirs4 t to the O iIt Qeetat e eN atseaaa kair lair talsked Ids faDer was preptrisr to teare the hotel when the aarky j kd HtTeti klai b wc4 awl Mid THil yiVn tryNIlWlMt the deuce are you thanking iBfforjP angrIly demaadod the oldle1l iiW Tiaveat given you anything Dat jeet ItrresPGJtd 1M Walter I bet No 1otol cents dat you wtHiWmt tip meIIarp6r8 Week- lyIbrMdt Rd XarJU ffittttgh the eighteenth ceatory p t4i palnten like those of othet ceiatrles turned to Italy for Insplra tlom HeBbrtBdea marvels of light were forgotten or contlemned by Jg oc McrItIcs Jjta portraits that fcarc- brlattbe souls of kid subjects despised laborl as Iguorant diligence HfM neglected while Murlllo c- oirttOla a absndaHtlyathulted Now highIiblspiaee aaaong the giants St NlchoI las aIiIasiIrL- IIXak aearly always begIns to fa 1 to JIM af two placesat the temples art ykere it is parted If a new part iog fce give the old one will be af fsd a chance of recovering Itself provided of course that proper meas tjr i lo employed The chief reason for hair falling out where it is parted seems ta be the strain that Is brought to bear by comb and brush AveI4 Werrr So targe generous soul was ever aj warrier Calmness serenity ixjlae au4 pt irer if njove through life rhytbmlot lIr wttMMt Jar or fret are cbafraeteria tic af greatnes and true nobility uc Ypj1I1 CURIOUS EXPEDIENTS tlMAK OH1FT3 THAT SERVED USEFUL PURPOSES Jt4 Wat r Waa Obtalaed br tkS eu arrelaA Ship Xarir at f fcy Mea of a Rallwar Ma i iVk tied Ver Drlvlaa Plies QBM have othpr uses than that 6f killing We all know that hundred of clocks wo set from the 1 oclock gun flrod by electricity from Greenwich olervatery but not everybody aWare that rIses have supplied mols tare 1m desert countries to travelers dyl g ef thirst and thus saved Weir livesS V In the great Sahara some time ago aya Pemrslfs Weekly a globe trofter who YKtd water badly found It pie slble to celled a drink out of the mere dam ttew of the sand He sunk barrel ef his gun Into the ground and it collected enough moisture in the bor t stay ills thirst A timely suck at a gum nuczle has saved many lives In tub sun scorched deserts of the tropics Water nan shprj on a merchant yes sel In mMAtbintlc not long ago and the cvorr did not know what to dp to obtala a 4ri lu The captain however bftupon n brilliant idea He had a number of sporting guns la hit eaWn wodrtaklnr them on deck he plogjR up the breech ends filled the here Ut sea water and set them them eM up among the coals of the galley fire As tiff team gathered he ran thdg1eth gun barrels until It cool MI flI4 iteam collected in the shape of excellent fresh waterj cad In this way t e crew were supplied with BUt ficient moisture until the vessel touched port If yolt wtreto drop into the houses of the Freuchi peasants you would be struck with the fact that practically every man and woman poked his or b are with a bayonet Some 300000 bayonets corideumed stores oC the French army and Used In the FrancoPrusf war have found their way into the homes of poor peas ants who use them as fire irons The bark If utb bund from Demera ra to OHn with sugar neglected to procure a cbfrt pf the Scottish coast wheft setting sail Thb tapfnlu bad never eet tp Oban before and not wishing to return to Detuerara to get a chart he looked about the vessel for a substitutelie a Caledonian railway time table with the railway map attached Tftis helped him ou of his dif ficulty for It acted splendidly as a Sea guide The JJuJL cut across the Atlan tie and after sailing up the west coast ot Scotland dropped tier anchor safety in Obaa bay- Without this railway map the cap tain would sever have got his vessel safely through the intricate channels Good steell wasnt obtainable when the Geflnsaus wished to manufacturer some ucxv rifles for their anD so they purchased tons of horseshoe nails which haHbeen kicked about the roads of fIe world by horses InnumerableJ The gonmakcrs found them a perfect sabsttnve for the manufacture of rlleI barrels for the nails made originally of the bWt metal obtainable had re celvetj frees the constant pounding pf the hoTBca feet on hard roads a pecul iar nuwjailng and tougheningIIt Is qiilte possible that you are wear lag os your hands today drawn up wyeiW hrlefs or ancient title deeds Wlnpi Crt leather was at a premium the JTrxwck gJovcmakcrs hunted high and lJw fat a substitute One iIrmJ ort l fedlens thaa the rest lougfltf up oW parchments of all descripouspThey carefully removed fiandl parchment into gloves tETetsupplied Britain with finest French t kid glove made of parchment The veSum cflinilngs left over when the a glove CM Made are boiled down awl tvraed In e letter cases and purses f I l The Adtlsfa forces were abeutto- t thressjt IfItt jt Nd4geWghsdyawivetsd be M IvH bat H fjlfe ITttl The Ks iC t1 ea1eeara hew y c TflIi HM dMkultr la A way tIMt ItIMftI M cedtMthiWw pth5 hrt JMi f lIMwa thise seasU If- l = r tIia Or Llltttftlaceil 00 JrN Aftes tha xpo Ion pi4es were SEea ia It they Md tn drheB In Jy a- baiier Dynainite xIJ1with a terrific LOrCe and MrAJM4 sw It is pmifijed deeply 4ep rth Mr Pi4ye eaglaeer Ja charge of ftf jUrttftdaiH on the Nile cuttted a fblp to save his Cherished earthworks trtB win The dam partly bursf and the treat rush of water Wtltl forcing tkelMHk from below goiBethlng had ta be done tostop tbe flow torn terrible disaster was Imml nent Mr FosdyJce boarded a cargo gtcajaer tied to the bank some distance awasr and getting up steam steered her down the rapid stream feJWhea she was broadside on the trem lung darn the engineer bad her scut- tted and as she sank fa tlie rushirtg waters Mr Fosdyko and his men thee 1 themselves hoarse The scuttled cargo steamer had saved the dam This remarkable makeshift for a break witter cost nearly f7000 Thr who dcrlml on tile mrrIt n aucustors search In the roots of t1jj tree for the fruits which the branch r uiiKht to produceBarrow SPRING FASHIONS Tile Proper Things to Wear JUst BP fore Slot Weather The array of beautiful things in the stores now Is simply bewildering not only because there ure so many ot them but because the styles are so dl verse We find strictly tailored suit with the scams most perfectly mad and pressed or with stitching so clo Jnd neat that It becomes an orn uiei as elegant as it Is refined These suits have coats long rind voluminous wrought Into the form of a dress like the Illustration laid In deep plaits to fit It to the figure and belted In The design is partIcularly well adapted to rain coats of cravcnette as while dressy and handsome the material Is waterproof Arid there Is something about the cravcnette that sets It one peg above covert or cheviot or In fact any other pf the materials suitable for such wear for the weave Is close and silky and there are always the two colors Interwoven but so closely that It looks all one color until seen near Black and white make the gray while the other colors are evolved by the ad mixture of two threads each different weailsraingives satisfaction It will wash too Tailored suits may also have a blouse waist Instead of the coat If preferred But some of the coats are very stylish and much more dressy than the bloused effects For those with too slender figures the looser shapes are best while the woman who lias reason to be proud of her figure can revel In the comfort of wearing a fashionable suit which also shows off well her special beauty Sleeves vary quite as much as skirts and full suits The princess shape expectedIi mnde almost circular again for some tastes and for others there are skirts with one to five flounces Silks of nil kinds but preferably crisp strong tat fetus ore made with bias bands or flounces while others are laid in plaits or shirred The wearers own fancy governs this Very many of the wash frocks par tlcularly those of linen and the rather thick weaves of cotton are laid In Wits from top to bottom which Is a flittle better for the laundry These arc simply betnmed around the bottom Blouse wlsts and wide sailor collars are almost always seen with Jcse sometimes of the same material with braid as trimming and again of heavy white lilies Cute little sunbouncis are being brought forth by the thousand to wear with these suits They are most frI JJUIN COAT AND VOUjraOWX quently made of pink or blue batiste with boowsand strings of the same stqresbutso easily at a cost of not over 60 cents that I am going to tell them that they can buy the ready made foundation for a trifle and the batiste or mull will J ebut 15 entsa yard and twa yards ire plenty The rest Is eas Just hem a piece across for the cape tear the strings from one side to get the selvage and shirr the rest to the tons dation Hem the strings niche apret ty bow of part of the strip sew that and the strings on and there you arc These bats are very pretty and dainty alike for women and children To have one to match each suit is the height of cyerytliingThethin and flue goods but there are so many variations that womau can do bout as she pleases and still bo ashion Mauy of the thin goods have- uffed sleeves coming to the elbow and- nished ojK there with lace The shirt waist sloeve with Its cuff and few at tho top Is often seen but the leg of mutton with the lower portion formed by clOse tucks to the wrist is great favorite Another plan is to wrIstfe arm In butterfly style Collars are tgka ever for those who have ugly- toatst but those who have pretty ecks are forcing the style for gowns ithout high bands A pretty suit In one place shewed aIee ffbred skirt of fecru volje oter biuee Mk The blouse waist was trlnanita Mtk teN motifs of braid over bfOwH f11C TM hat WM of couri brows ifc avtrlBamlHg pf corall pink jMftaMi fa with it few litfei K twUtj amooff tte bows oiITa RARIEL 0 Ir To Cure a CoW in One Lae fromo Qns1 b said kp41 1bIi I POSITIYE CTAMRflEI s4iy c J wJlt Atr kWiYw MatyWIrtarIt4drniE- iier Pww Ta te YH J tWe hereb GUARANTEE agrefc to refund the I money for Dr Carlbtedta German Liver jPowder on the return of the euoty bottles thcpurchaser stating it bas failed to relieve and injrer b ina of any of the diseates lor which jt is recommendd This guaranteeS covers the Ueof a bottle dr four 2Sq bottles or two months treat meat Signedr SDr Garlatedt German Liver Pow er js a wonderful remedy a prescription used forover fifty ye rsbyi an eminent German physician in his practice both in Europe and this country u dsolc1 by thousands of SoIethisJl troubles giway to perfecthealth IrIt cures the yorst oases and many have been cured who had tried every known remedy CJflAYDON f cau tell you all about Dr Garlst ds German Liver Powde it bascured many of his customers who arere comnjendingit to their friends Better than testimonials is the guarantee unaer which Dr Carlstedfs German Liver Powder iis sold If it does not rolievo and cure yen it will you nothibg so go at once atjd procure the remedy and take along this guarantee LARSICRLIFO L l clNORTHWESTcl THe i HendersonIII Route Corresponding low rates to Wash ingtcn Oregon Utah Montana ind alUntermediate Points Tickets on sale daily up to and In cluding May 15Y 190S Also Special Homeseeker Baitd to the West and Southwest on certaini dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in Comfort see that yo rticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair Cars on all our St Louis Trains Direct con sections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and South west L J IRWIN General Passenger Agen LOUISVILLB KY FOLLOW THE FLAGi ORE O And all points West Verj low priced one way and round trip tickets COlONIST RATES Marcb 1st to May 15th Send Postal Card for information F W GREENE D P A Louisville Ky Foreat apia Pure AIrS A Parlsihu Ithmtht while testifying to the gre r purity of the air In the rlclultj of forests does not attribute f the cause to n greater richness hi oxy ecu the quantity of the latter being t the annie in tho atmosphere of woods as Iu plains but to the absence of f those gents rhith vitiato the atmos phere of tor iis When Thresh are not surrounded by marches n well treoi repioa is next to exempt from cpi demies Vcr3alllc la n eac iii point II Ij surraundotl byn screen of for ests Kpidncilra arspnUu67h yet the Iorcity has the not wrthci llolyutoitc 1ttcrI10 The holy tono is n soft ntD sailors tar scrubbing decks find is said k tohaveKot itsiiauio becahse It WAS orlginalir tiswl solely for Sunclay clean lag QtIiercasQeit that the fiKt stones used for this purpose were ttiken froaai churcljyanls while It is also said to get the uar o frosr the fact that a sailor hit t go ou hLikuees tz3 aieit a tparsonq Vgu1v Sour Stomach r No appetite Jootatnrth nervpas nest headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discov Mtloacombined with the greatest known tonlo aad r con tritciv propertffs Kodol Dysc ncUeuttonaM Ii tdyIt the mucous n mbuiw iiitleg tkcstoiMch Nt faSofIr cV4iM1siesi S oo ttmisthsbWvealae ul1or1O JIt DWITTQQ QH1QAOQ Wrr i f uctBtf roCK MCELROY j 9 O Wfi JMetiroy Wharton I t JlnJlranue Ra1EstttoAg41 fb- I i 4 1 iYf SSS iiiet Plrn MrJiftlMJ J r Uj lua 1 it uit7 tliIalld iold O god ii l tt t tt I OffIce ovPeop1es Bank jp c 42 1 11 DId lTY DTUE tNo 1982S VoK 5 AS H R Ii OOM13INEP STALJJONMahogany bay tlack points while only on lift hind fcot nine yeais old J3 ei 1ta1 often in model ring and wjnni3rthhue string in every snow tFontttjrfttl 1 style in harness i show horse aurei heu one year old worc4ail honor inI1 1 1t frHsame tttI more Hiis get for size style and generat l conformation and Icr allpur poses lie is a saddle horse with five dfstiuctaait4 fait linei acilag ratkergood in two walks and a nicolOper very positive itthfsi trot under addle and ia harness great all around action asiis required for an uptoMatft s1rc of 3high priced sale horse for saddle or harness He in a sure noujgh harness horse graceful styJIsli and fast can bhow elghthslln 181 sccondb1a22 gait t dwith little band1ing Aid this last fall after servhIl9l mares Ut spriug lieIIis possessed of wonderful tier and speed cnDurhtaget carriage horses with a kindlj disposition for nU purposes of a fanjjij horse HcTi ii the hprife I lpsbtypes his colt after himself has never sired a correl colt The wost prpit ablel horse horses for the farmer abd small breeder to produce i the horse wiich serves the widest range ot purposes well ts colts are siow colts ef t f the highest type blue str1 g wInners rom tile oluest to thyoun st v SPEDIGflEESjred by Chester pareio N P H1R he by Bl cfe Squirrel IfS3 he by Black Eagle 74 fee by King William 67 le by Washington n1flark ti L I I byIzportMEedgefordt lR beby WilliaiuWelch34l hebyRyodicksHarnbletonian 10 Dkiittys- econddamby Abdtllah Messenger 3rd dam by tiiis Vermont 4th dam bon ughbred WelchOibitaflr4tcliln Fkuine by AlmeFor st 25G1 itnvilleirisuranc fJnd money beoome3 due and must be paidt i1ttim ofsuc ttransuc don Mares grazed at 2G permonth and hilts ObB paid before rernoa ol mares grain fedif de1red4atesonable rates Mares ihtnHtCg wi1 recelvemy personal attention out will not be responsible for accIdents ae escapes Pcone in residence call Hustouyille exchange b SOARPETER c 1 SUNSHINE i LlOtIty jIl j owned in Springfield YUl make tie season Jj VJ of 1905 in charge of Sylvesters Smilh fc J j Son bt theli till Ground Stables V AI l Tolnsure jjitititI1t Cot I i ji- I ctS 2 0 rJL F 4 iDESCRIPTION AND PEDiqREE unshmeMS beautiful horseand oanst p a3D shotwithgrscel i lJ stvJcand action Ee is the living picture of Lord iqj1d naMfgrcatest suioivhorse that ever wore barnesSw flibreeding uperb By the great ECII Leafheckistpios ishowhorse of KenttlCky aid the leading siie of high class rtiaI t I horses and teans unshmelSt a full brothtir to Goribtes Swnisuj and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in1ntucky His Srst a is Madam Wood by Mad wood bylNu wpod ladam Wood isth4 4 J dam ftf Wildwood vhich sold for 3000 Hisk secondda in Biii r rosa by Balrbsa Chief he by Mambrino Chi f Third dam Niggifak w Yantesby King Almont by Mambrino King and out of Almost l Fourth dam Rolin mare 221 T J Sunshine was purchased and broughttoiSprisgfleld by a cob ptny of citizens who are interested tin mprovinc the Weed of J horses in thIs county and nil having macS to breed will do well IJJJlh to see this horse w NThe usual rules and terms for breeding horse i1 apply 11 J ABU INESSt to young woman who would tviv success in life Th13 bclng conceded it1ijf first to get the school tfcatt stan4n front rank t I h5h I r BAYANTSSTA1TTOPI tjir Ic iIf 11300KK tt IN QHO RXH AfS C3 TVPEW ITING- aTELEGlRAICHV the youI1 importance our trainngat the Ch oes fort a specla1it bo = l lluver theUnIettStzites1twiIl bernalledto you l lrthe Students can nterat aI tlJDev 1i EJ PRESOE3 DR MOFFtTTS TEEThING POWZ N Cost 11 aulI I I f te ho P aa N ffi Is == tb 1 ut 011 mmr a mm Th ift ttpi an Poultry Mixture Jbl money akealHl honest 1041to a lr- stltte t thiK B SINGERS lat t1uI k535 ED1TON r3 eveu e dte fork rc Ibeautiful tetI J Trei- gradentcs pfIfji Itcjedojsii year e f WRIGHT Siari Cholera Dysey ead1 ssw1- UWD AaY sOali25cilfDrI 1tsor8i1Kother lesltl IeRfar bt IIMItII child thOllIJ 1ft ShI Stam nINA aaIIy glvn and tuIammm rnane- a ctoryfortheiftfltlfacture stle month ada fortunetOabUtk fetiEethnit YsabsoJuteTj I 1OI1yo tine night all the time nccesarf tid prove that Pineules is he best rep id in the world fvl backache kidney and bladder troubles I bavP rhtinatini or anV other diaei e a birgic dose will jfii Sold by flayduus Pharmac