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V T1vi1 ESflffSfIED lL jr 4I- t1LHSWJ t ITTHE NEWS LE4DI3RY 3U r IIJlA SeriesmVo1II S 1 N2Q- j SPRINGFIELD WAfuIOO1JNTYTCENTUCKY MAY 18 1905 I tufrjtxtti6 J o ijt1t LWJ1AyDON S B T OMP SONrr iJ t U IJdon Tholllpsson t UNDERTAKERS EMfeALMERS 1 + 4Carry in stock all kinds of FuneraI HiplleH i t 0 jiiOUR DIRECTORY rf rilI1 piLGFrE county seat ofIr T7a1iiiigtoiI County 52iuii south ut oxihrton 59 miles Iroii ttbaisyille on flardstown branch of irfOHisYi116 and Nashville railroad in I a farmin and ugdculttiraL district i ft Two Banks telegraBh and telephone J tines express officfc flour mills lumber 3 J yards Popuation 1100 population of f i county 15000 J Congress Hon D r t r RepresentatiVei1L ISn1r rtodgenvtheKy y Representathe in Keutucky Legis kJfle f rVVReprescntativc State Hon x Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Directory r 4 CIRCUIT COURT x Circuit Court beginson the fourth Moadav in February Mayand Octo v rI HirhurrpanJudge vR L Durham Commonwealth At rj tamer 1 St F M Campbell ClerkS fCM G Leachman Master Commiss oner J QTTRTERLV COURT 1 Quarterly Court is held on the third monday in each mouth t t i I Litsey Judge J i j f COUNTY COURT d W County Court meets f on the fourthl l wjtfbnday invechmouths ur4 Litsey1tlge iW F Boolter COun ty Clerk trls Mayes County Attorney George CatlettJailer Byron Crbake Sheriff jRlclJurdIsbam I j i Sidney Osbo 2 t R H rneII t y Ed Masters Deputies i j Jam SF Moore County Slirveror j t tJl J I Royalty Assessor i T p OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Tteasureijj J M Montgomery Coroner J W UosbSnptof Common c V Schools P O Springfield 0J7I I CITY COURT tr James R Noe Police Judge Mirshilj3hnGc423 dG t l XV W F Grlgsby City Attorne- ySI 7 JUSTICECOtJRTsr 5 il t tice Courts are hjtild in January cL l i it October I r April JU17 and 0ll je 4 Church Directory4 i METHODIST CHURCH f t Rev J C BosHinson Pastor Ser yiccst on the Efirstand Third Sundays Iilfeach moritit at 11 a m and 730 p ff- iSuhdaySclioofcverySuudayatlOanl y 1 Prayer meeting cycry Wednesday i eight rt o CATHOLIC7GHURCH p r t ft r Rcv PF Henness Pastor Ser ryiaes every Sunday at aandTlj 10 oclock 37 afViiv Services at St Fcc same hours i t t CHRISTIAN CHURCH t iill4i y ViRey W T Wtlden Pastor Service i Jtcond and fourth Sundayin each i mouth1 l v S PRESBYTERIAN OHURQH L t 9tr Bevp1 D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every 4 Snndiy ab 10 am Prayer meeting eyerygEhursday evening i at 7 oclock I flc C3APTIST CHURCH t 5 12ln Harrison Williams Pastor 1 t every Sunday at 11 amr 1 Ba7fJ5pm Sunday School every k 1 t1 8 unciayit 930 am Prayer meeting C cry Tuela evening at 745 oclock J iz II ljjv f frLraternal Orders 7aj i NAsiIc Londt Springfleid lodge lrqsonieuts first and third Mouday I lrZCmo1Itl1 WAhiugton R A Chapter No 57 t eeisfeyery second Tuesday 4 Springfield Council oS2 meets on i I f ery4pirthNOnday KNIGhTS of THK MACAHEES MeetI 4 t iivjBrsl Wednesday in each mon 1 4t y OLE YSk Z 1HONEYANDTAR The r rfclaalpr ffL iY TAL IIIIi InJlh T tr d T0 v u = j i W Wro ft Zf5W it ro iiti- I iUt I i14i ROUND OF TALK 11 ftnftrnftftftftnftftftnnftftDftnniQf The Liirc of June Nows the time to place empirics On the shelf where they belong Npws the time for love and lyrics Time forlaught r nfor song Down each winding upland alley Blooms the bushing egianline And frpm valley back to vallej Thrushes cry Be mine be mine Nows thetittie for meadowmeajures Linnets by the lake and ling Nows the time for pastoral pleasures Summer marrying with spring Skies above a sapphire wonder 1 Leasbelow like golden seasI Wide dutspread with perfumed plun der For the armieSOf the bees NoVs l the tame for honeyed blisses Wheh tile south winds droop and 0drowse Nows the time for lovers kisses Stolen under maple boughs Hark the lovenotes of thestarling Clear and pure and passional 4 Let us not delay my darli gJIj 0To make answer to his 0ClInton ScoUard in Smart Set i 10 rw miiw REDIT SYSTEMIt is no trouble at all to sell goods in this town remarked a mmbr of a 1local merchantilQ firm the other ayuProvidedyouwiil give jthe buyer time If we thecreditsys1ire disposingof a bigger stock of goods each season than we do now I dont mean that we need ta sell to just every body either but to people who are considered good for what they obligate themselves This practice of of extending credit promiscious ly to almost every body who has any standing at all in the Jcorn munijy has long been a disad vantage to the merghants oE Spriiigfield and if they would only realize the fact iit iis also a decided disadvantage to the cre9itThet and buy gopds and be given his own time almost in whjcfi to pay for them is very much inclined to biiy more than he really needs Articles are purchased which he dowrthoutlT chances are tnatr he will have a hard time raising the money to- ettle the bill This practice of asking JrhrediL is more or less d habit anyway Good citi zens have been known to have things cljarged to their account at the store when they had money lying idle in bank and when they fare offered a discount off for cash After all the local merchants are more to blame than their customers They have indulged the practice of selling to certain people on credit untIlIt has become U fixed habit with iflany The merchants lijave it in their power to breakup the practice and until they do so they do not deserve much sympathy lor having bad debts and slow collections If the local merchants would gel to gether awl agree on certain rules whereby the credit system will be curtailed they would not only benefit their own business but would be doing a lkindness to their customers TJhey might gOQdsbuttheyjfou nndit would take less capital to rfntheiritusines j ad1Supervisor ents and his assistant Jack Sharp iiave entered upon their duties and are making preparations for preliminary wejrk on the rodds Owing to the fact that this is the busy season with the farmers and work hands are scarce not much actual work on the roads can be done untill late The Overseer has much to at tend to however in getting ready for the opening of thefcwork Al though we have heard no com plaint from that source we imag iile that one of the most arduous jobs to a road overseer has to endure now is to hear and assim ulateall of the free advice agd instructions that are given him by the fellow that knows it all and who is encountered on all sides Since the road question has come prominent one can beii ull1InstructidniJ n arjy Ifiy on lthO streettf co11 t 1 Springfield asto the best and proper way to build and mantain a county road These theorts aSa rule take it out in theorisiz ing and the chances are tliat a majority of them have never handled a pick nor a shovell on the road in tneir lives The Road Supervisor will doubtless find many difficulties to overcome in the course of discharg lug his new duties but We have faith that he andhis able deputy fill make the best of thefrop pdrturiities but the people must notexpect everything to be done i 1a day If time patience and money hold out we believe that the roads will soon be put in better condition 1dibethe farmers Hardlyj has there been a season within the recollection of the oldest inhabitant that has held a more prom ising out Ibok for am abundant harvest than the present Of course the season has only just opened for some crops but the weather conditions so far have deen ideall The small grain crop never ldoked better and grassis luxurihntand a big hay crop Ms assured Everything plantlngl anything like reasonable wealbher twostaplespromise The life of a fanner is indeed an independent onewll n the crops are abundant Ac1dut1llc DISCOVerY Xo1 oll Dyspepsia Cure does fpr the stomach that which it is unable to do for itaelf Kodol Dyspepsia Jure t up plies the pat tral juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach ra the cinf1organ allowed to retandi1caJ Kpdol Dyspepsia CureLgestsWhi1t you cat and enables the st machand digestive organ to transfo rm all food into rich red blood Sold b all Druggists Suldden Death fou4ddeadnaar Bardstown Junction Tuesday morning i re ported here Atfilstiiwased herself but by a physician tthat there was no water in her lungs no evidence of any struggle and her death was undoubtedly due to heart trouble for which she had een taeated Mr Laniger had left hbrae ear ly in the morning to go to a- neigJbors for a load nfi corn and upon hs return be missed assIstanceofhi for her It was not until about 123o oclock that sne was found by ber husband She was lying face downward in about six inches of water at the edge of pond where she supposedly had gone to water some stock Deceased was 48 years of age arid besides her thusband she is survived by three small children a girl aged six years and two boys aged eight and five years Too funeral sermon will be preached ot the M E church at Bardstown Junction of wbich t4irdIlMade Rain Los Angele Cal Charles Jar field a rainmaker who has bten working since December 15 last to pro ucJ 18 inches of rain for Southern California by May 1 oh a pledge cf a number of Los Angeles merchants to pay him ImO if he succeeds has completed his demonstration and basjaeen paid large pro porticn of the money promised The remainder will be paid shortly The faHof rain in Los Angeles during the season end ing My 1 was 1800 mcfles which far exceeds the fall of last sedson and is above the itormal annual precipitation for this section Im rainImsome 20 tnlles from Lost Angeles if I It t pupecember 15 and the amount of rainfall from that date in the irntnddiatalocahity of his plant has been 2049 inches Hartfields method is a gene ration of gas and its discfiarge into the atmbsph re frojn a chimney which has the result he cloims ai attracting force of nature whch Comp moistuie to form and be precipitated in the shape ot rain It is difficult to cure a cough or free yourself from tha dlrcemforti of a cold unless you movlj the towels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar acts on the bowel and drives all cold out of the system Then comes its soothing effect and strengthening influence upon the throatand lungs Sorcxoyfr 0who9pingBronchiVattections no remedy is xalheJPharmacy FIGHT Between Salt River Roar ers iniI Days yt Oeof the most beastly fights that ever took placeoetween two individuals was fought to a finish between Wm Smiley and Joseph LQve it was woy back in the ante bellunuays of l85Oin the days of bbarbecues and fist and skull contests immoral and1 degenera ting k The barbecue was on the farm of Mrs Sallie MoAlister now owned by G R Hatchet A young bully w handling atl old man by the name of Ben Thompson very roughly and Love walked up and pulled hitn off Bill Smiley hit Love a blow that staggered 1imLrvewas unaware who hit hint and offered five dollars to know who didIt Mt dont cost you a d cent roared Smil yhIm the man that hit you At this juncture they clinched Love got Smiley by the tonrwlth birieftrhand Smileyhis by th9 right Love used his left arm hi warding off the blow ofhis antagonist whi e he dealt plow after blow in quick succession into the stomach and short r ribs of SrniIey In ten minutes ISmiley began to sink downand old Cal Stihvell Heady whose likness hangs over tthe Judgps stand clUed out to separate them Smiley was Jbadly hurt HCj immediately ejected from his stomach a vast quantity of blood and did not live a great while afterwards He had had many fights but this was his first de feat I Love Esuninjured cepta few knots on his left arm and one on his head where here cevedtIic first blow prodigiousiwas about an average man but very active and courageous self confident and determined After the tight Love called for a drink and announced tbat if sitTy pf SmIleys friends Wanted tof try htm he was ready to repeat the dose Lhve afterwards married Miss Elvira Sniderand went to Mis- sOuri When the Civil war bWke out he enlisted under Gen Price of the Conreder t army He was wounded in the battle of Heleaa Ark and died of the wound July 4 1808 He left two children WOi in Missouri Love was of old Rev rutioriary stoick His grandfather David was wifh Washington in the mis erable encampment at Valley Forge Hath of these men who are now with tne silent majority have numerous relatives in this couctv and I write this to Show how the pulseI of our ancestors beat at barbecues and how they figured as blustering bullies and Salt River Roarers Both were as good Democrats as ever tislied in Salt verSalt Rirer Tom in Spencer Courier Clcarfd For ActIOn When the body is cleared for action by Kings Naw Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the bright nesSvOf theeyes the firmbesscf the flesh and muscles the buoy Jjjf ancy of the mind Tjy themjt At C J H ydoLj drug s tore 25 cents LIVED LI 88 DAYS ri4 Story of a Hog That Lived 88 Days Without Food or Water Editor NEWS LIEAT R The following appears very llisoniefomery informs us that he had a hog that failed to come up with the other hogs and after a search off the field he could find no place where thahog could havegotton out and could hear nothing of its whoreaboutis among his neigbbors He decide 1 that iit must have died some where inthe field and gave up the huiit Several weeks afterward David Harris on whose rarm this occured was ptissjng an phd sraw stack and heard a hog grunt and on investigation found that the stack of straw had slipped over and caught on the corners ofall fence andshutting off aiywentfes of escape to the hog that hap pened to be in the fence Corner He at once released the hog moro dead than alive it having been shut up in the place for 88 days during which time it lived on its own flesh or Straw one may have his opinion for when first it disappeared it weighed about 200 pounds andwhen found it was only bones and skin The nag rapidly iimproved af flr it was released from prison nd in the fall vhen Mr Mont jbmery fed the bunch this one out fattened all the rest and was decided to be the best hog in the buncli The above is corroborated by several who had their attention called to it and we are inclined to beleve of all things to fast4htir hog has surpassed all others in going 88 day without food or water andby u 1 minous consent should be declared the cliQinpion faster of the workl LILAC v News Notes Business is conducted on some thing of brsis in Chicago Deliveries increased and there is little interferences Only one uon union teamster was assaulted The Employers As sociaiionclalm have a surplus of 1tQamsters ikSecretary of the Navy Morton stated that he did intend to re tire till next faUJjIis retire went had long been understood between himself and the presi dent he said His successor has nbt yet been decided upon though it is believed that the new Assistant Secretary T H Newberry sf Detroit has a good chauce of promotion1 The authorities vof Kansas City after an investigation of the circumstances nave reached the conclusion that young Croker who was lound dead on the train near Newion Kan died of too free indulgence in opium and whisk Y There was no evidence of robbery and the opium was taken voluntarily by smdkicjgjoint Senator Elkins calls attention to the fact that if the bill which he introduced had passed the last Congress the Harrisburg wreck could not have occured The bill in substance adopted the German railway regulations un Ayers This falling of your hair Stop itor you will soon be Give your hair some 1bald Hair Vigor The fall wHit stop the hair wil Hair Vigor Igrow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich Ijbiiriearly aU came uut1 then tried Ayera lI1rlol lid oiIy one bottle topped the fallnjt New heir came In real tWek and just Uttle trIyiiZ8 10 M SKITH Saratoga ZiYT fIatt1eMidrn stefor TO AUR ToOell 8 JThick Hair1 der which cars with explosives bear flags and labels to indicate the dangeroua nature of their1 contents agteernentbetten prosecution Judge7 Papker at Lexington admitted Elbert Har gis and Ed CalJ han of Brehltt county to bair in the sum of 10000 eatih and continued their caSes till the fall terlB of the Fayette Circuit Court ACpeere Dealt Blood poison creeps up to wards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a rienddread fully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bnckjens Arnica Salve dre out tbepoison healed the wound saved his life Best in the world for burns andssckes 25e at CJ Haydons drug sfore Hillsboro Wheat and rye are heading out well and there is no report of rust and the indications are bra large yield this year Oats are doing well We have had an excellent sea son for tobacco setting during the past week but not more than a third of thcrop was putt out owing to the farmers not having their ground ready The cut worms are doing great damage to that which is set out in old etlinandready to be put out IndI should we not have another son for setting for several days many plant beds would be ruined Mrs J D Sutherland is quite sick with stomach and heart trouble She is being attended by Dr Barnett Mrs Rena Gillispie yiited her husband Ira Gillispie at Harrods burg last week Mr Gilttsjiie recently 1p neda bar rshopat that place and will wove there as soon as arraignments can be made He also owns a shop at Hot Springs Ark Eld W Ezra Sutherland will leave this week lor Oakland where he will join Dr White and others for a fishing trip to tar ren river While there he will t jalsd fill bisregular appointments at Polkville and Berea H H Tatham the popular young trader of Poorlown was 1ourmidstl kA fhebougbrent parties at gsod prices Omsby Shewmaker one of our most popular young meu visited trends at Wardsville Saturday and Sunday Wonder what is the attraction Rumor reports that this vicinity will soon be celebrating another wedding Cant we guess who If there is anything in the old saying a heavy crop of locust blooms for a good crop year we will certainly enjoy a good one this time Many of the old peo pie say that we have had more bloomsl this spring than they ever saw before t There iis some talk about the locusts appearing this season The farmers in working their ground are findiug several near the surface as indications that they will be on hand this time J W Settles who has seen three locust years says that they al ways make thein appearance ever seventeen years and that it has been sixteen years this springsince they were hero and we need not look f r them until next year and they will appear then without fail Thos W Sutherland has been invited to make a Sunday school talk at Love Ridge the third Sunday Mr Sutherland has spent about forty years lathe Sunday school work and we feel he will be able to assist the peo pie of that vicinity in the work and trjist that he may haven large tind enthusiastic crowd of Sunda school workers out to hear him 1 M Montgomery and wjVy W Ezra Sutherland and wife Prot J T and Po B Prather from here attended the Masonic jiupptr at MackvflleFridaynIFh- tgivenby the Magnolia lodge at that place A large crowd was1 IT sent from all the neighboring lodges and Masonici love and welcome reigned supreme Alter the supper the Masters degree was confered onChas M Tourney The membersof the Springfield lodge dping the work to the delight of all present The lecture by WF Neikirk was highly ITberaing at old Pair Mount the first Saturday iin Juno The following preachers wilt be present and take part in speech making J A Simmsr H p Hatchett C w1BurgeDedman will gjve us a talk on tbe Value of Early Training The meeting will be held iDa beautiful shady grove and dinner will be served on the ground and we hope a large crowd wil attend LIIIAC Crojip is quickly relieved and whoo ing cough will not run its course if you use the original Bees Laxative ipapfisacts on the bowels You can not care llltIlYOQrid acepiousIHoney and Tar does this amdcars all coughs croup whooping cough etc No opiates SQld by Haydoaa Pharmacy MAUD =IWhen a farmer picks Rapaper he generally complains of- lits being filled up with tot much visitin while on the other hand a young lady finds fault of so much farming and stock notes but so it is with the world some people will find fault wi h Heaven if they ever get there Mr1 Louis Riedel wife and little daughter were guests at the home of Mr and MrsNeal Bodine Saurday and Silnday Misses Annie Jones and Flora Stallard were in Bardstown Saturday Miss Kathryn Settles con tinues the guest of her sister at Stringtown on the Pike Misses Josie and Lillian She ban visited the familyof Mr It O flblitt of Springfield Friday and Saturday We presume the young ladies lof our little town will be able to render elegant music for their numerous callers as a repaIr and tuning agent passed through a r tuned up all instruments needin uch H T Virgin ra1ti4sitsey Friday afternoon N Miss Eva Royalty who has been visiting relatives t Sharps ville has returned home accom panied by her charming cousin Miss Susie Graham Charles yourtownDr RBards called to see Mr Albert Slehan Tuesday who continues ill Miss Zeddie Andrews is at home from Duncans Hall Mr Thomas Reed wife and children were guests of the latters parents here Sunday The recent rain gave the river a sufficient rise so as to enable Mr Kirsch to operate hismll gain Our girls who are attending college at different points wilts n be at home much to the de light of several young men Mrs R C Boblitt nd son Neale of Springfield vjsited relatives here the first of last week Quite a crowd of young people thronged the streets ofoir little city Sunday afternoon This beautiful weather has bro itfct out the jnew rubber tires to the deiight of a number of the sweet sixteen set f A bachelor in our coplmunifcj has a slate and pencil which he used on flit entering school ai about the age of five years bet of course it isnt very ancienta th3 gentleman aetitionediis caUjr 25 t CASTomA1sJbIM1 d- Lp1tT4i I If t i S t rJ 1if x1THMost J j t Ziittu1 ofRgBaknt 40 4 years df scientist expeikiice F Every tof breadnd j cake ijtisji been i r tiyeh studi in this coustry and itabroi cIt The re ultitl a perife prol uct ii Rdya Balqiigt Bbfiteil There is hd subtdtttfe for olit The ipurity and ttKctotc 0f Royal tBaking Pods e been mmcnded lat the hjututhorities of the woIWr iuiprtntthingstoahlf I c 61IoQ I s list ak JIIIr hwdsr kN JIMc1rN41S1MIS r r RALI 4tI q d tjr= Y PURE f it fiIOn the lilh day i April teru was agrated renkm tbeb of WH Steele bf Mis child srandjchHdrea aad greatgrand children iti being e83nl brtl day Ot Irs SteeJrw- ill Steel b yarsOW ttw 2id c next i peossiber Tbsw T preset amlpariook of Uw bOi tiful iirioer that Was servsd se enty 11ltwrs Steel was bjors is Liacoln coanty an Mr fi iteele iras bors in Washiii too jounty They were b t rearajd in Mercer txniBiyv Tb met dri the 30th day of 8ptea bar 1842 att4 had tHs Oonabi tcnoitied thert were barn this junioa eight thildrLil gTlsjaadl two soys Oocf b L and one girli died Jrqyounjr There Ire to 11 i hGodiaad wovanhod and families two of wikom are nppt dead Mr a Bteeie hs s nine4een XMl BiMMk fouri j ey iii JJfylfat j hav twenty tiMgrje chikiren I niietset vfngaedto e iIdead They were all present JSl J giai1chiIdiesnd gris- tchildretttbave ii ivufe j w hed Dell1oerd epi Jiana jfchabe had nothing to iko r- IWithtbeweddiigorbe tilre been a Peiaocrat fyo woI il 1iiii Johs Cioyd Mrs Sieetes ra i rwaa present He irlll t ttI eightytwayearsokl r next 11 r veei ec There wsre reent z ij old p ptej the Urtal oLtbNSlb- siI4V7yir Ttiuej two d peope hare Wen Driaf Vh rs tber vow lira near this pt toe thtrtjhine y Thor boti strict =el ibe Qhi 1HatroclSbt tfpwiluiuNIIA J t fe1iiiMateCeif CaB Ia gbI ti1Ii wbeie cUi crPpcfetyzle wsg s cou rim J atia the cbLMis ikvwite coogb S711flt OM b tfl ggIta IIe Jr MPT Oosiiei the oeJe brmted physioiatt ot LouisvilleI wat iin Karvdbsrg fdr severalf lt iuepecKng tbe historic gr4sDdf of ti Sid fort ntli Copis ffeeA grandfather was the g srdwho si od at the gate wben the fWDen It the fort a kiheir oelebra o4 jnlrch out inlljJBw IldJaA eabssb in order to obiain water fron the spring Aa hnpalieiil Indian 4hrew a paar 1a o lh back of the lastT wo naaa s tfted through the tIDrcbos3snowhftsthat apear which his great djfaster plucked from HP N1t J obsdfc jSii i peas B OflhIIIlIT t y 1tt fIt a pteeMi to tefcB Vet Bejlel Little UTtr PillS ieifrrttftstf tQsii jffJr effeCt ep3 tile Uy4b s It dos Pharmacy l r ft 1JsJ i cLpl IP III NEWSLEADERBYPBYTXU1MDAY sIAriAMINADvANoEq f 4i UICPILD KY r LLD4VISONJr i toe 1Qcts per I A uqRtIIertto p1k eo AfaUtei aad political matter w MrM- I0 JdbwtflTtcHM at 40 wratesbatcasb 1r itJ lh r oircods or Aver itoetrete mad on liberal 3ds Mj molutloBSfof respect 3 per f J iWplMJfrJlMZrrs4 it t frJIlrtdM 50 r JlRiIie 50 4 4istrk Oeee V10 t L TXUDAY MAY 18 1905 J Tb rood news comes from 4i Shiemijo that the teamsters fkMri would be called off proba tt 5 iV within forty eight hours It ia jiBioertainly by the end of the 1NTiJ Li week It is not probable that i limy definite action toward an adjustmentj will be taken until J iI tberraeetirigo f national offi- cersJo the Teamsters Union Mayor BuMBe assumed a firm attitude L ill conference with the labor ers and told them he would certainlyi call for troops in the 1 ev atthere was a further spread Of the strike Samuel Gompers 4i f jprwiident of the American Fed eration of Labor has arrived inJ Chielgoand says he will do all iin hisrpower tolend the strike t rTl 41 Hardest y r + The farmers in this vicinity Yhave been busy setting tobacco Mr S G Hardest and wife oLe S OD visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday r fBlgbt and Sunday Several from here attended the lecture given by Rev Sommers 1 tIll Zion Sunday night There will be singing at the Hardest Schoolhouse Saturday afternoon at 130 oclock Mr Edgar Gray attended v church at Cnaplin Fork Sunday 1 Rev Maxwell delivered a icry interesting sermon at the school 4 I house Sunday afternoon He will preach here again the fourth Sunday in this month at three oclock pm Mr F W Gray was in your town Saturday i pThe iSunday school at this v place is progressing nicely under the management of Superinten dent Fannie Williams fiConfederate Yef Mounted on good horses acdf rt going across the conutfy as if on a genuine wartime raid a troop of calvary composed of Con fed t erkte veterans r will ride into i Lguisvilje on June 13tb and will pi ch camp there for four days c sty J They will come all the way from Nashville on their i h rses and will revive the memo J Iory of the days when theyyi- behind Wheeler and S usrV and L Forest About tbe tWe the pyeSL rfi calvary reach N- ro Lsville another body of men which will be distinctive will also arrive in the city This body will come from the Indian Territory and will be composed of Choctaw Indians with W P Byrd their chief at the head j Reports which have been re- pi ceived at the headquaters show that the attendance will remark able large and that ever town and city iin the State win send 4 f large delegations A letter f fronxOwansbbro says that not i leas than 150 old soldiers will h 7 come hoaX that city not to men tion a large number of persons wbodo not belong to the order 4 The iBlerests is not confined to J Keetecky by any means but ex lead all uyer the Northern StAt s Everything points to- T the reunion being the largest has ever been held and it be participated in by old sol who have never been to reunion before ithat Bill was getting bloated his tbaguewas muchly coated tonic wouldnt cure him would not insure him friends were badly friphtened their spirits soon were lightened Bill said and they believed him EARLY RISER pills relieved him SeU bf all DmgEists WHIM t i Mii aid Women in this andt I MJOIllI4i QbtiBties for liordfe or v lit ir r iliDf work representlngiind I 1J tdveriMHKglti Wlwiesale and i 1 eMiol Departments of an dkt liliMiihnir Manufacturing Zi j B MiPfiikry quo per day ftdaoc dJ Jf Rig a4bennecssary- Ipuu nt ere oeaex tf 1t v5 r HHHHiifiro inWi 0iZ iirlifii 2ra 0in WNHN HW tliWfi8H I I IIk JI = I PeopleII Correspondents I I i 9Il iiValleyHil If the kind Editor will excuse us for being absent lastiweek we will Ho our Very best to send a few items Uno and Harry Derringer attended church at New Hope SundayMiss Emma Elliott spent Wednesday night with Miss Flora Keen of near Mcln tire Miss Addie Lee Pile spsnt Thursday night with Mrs N N Elliott IMr Earnest Goatley purchased a new buggy for which he paid 90 Clyde Goatley purchased a good buggy mare from Mr Edd Don elly price 100 Edd Kelley and Will Bonne swapped buggies last week Edd got a rubber tire and Bill got a steel tirS and enough to 4boy a 75 mare from William Derrin ef Jr to boot the bargain- S P Derringer and wife of your town spent last week in our midst Mrs Derringer of near Willis burg spent last week with her son Mr Witl Derringer of this place t Mr Wohner and wife of Wit lisburff spent Saturday and Sun day wiihrelatiyes in thissectibn- MissFlora Keen spent Mon day night with Mrs Pamer Grundy and Tuesday night wiii Mrs JenniA Reed at Cedar View Miss Emma Elliott of Louisville who has been visitme in this se tioo for jihe pasb few weeks returned home McJnday Thomas A Grunday says Old Becks are all right but young ones are awful when shearing time comes for he lost the best end pf two fingers while trimming oue last week- It will not do to call names butI ifit is all right for town sports to come to the country and seine every nook and corter that coud bs erpected to conceal a swimming etwhy is it that those who are all ready in the1 country cant seine Well we are to have a mess of fish sooDf but didnt promise how we would catch themIIThe last season which lasted for almost a week was indeed a welcome visitor Tobacco growers who aere anxiqusly awaiting a damp spellu to set their plants which were unusually large for such early setting Mr Mt D Reed holds the record of setting tobacco as he has his whole crop out and it is growing well Mr Win Moran the local l con HugbGoateyest barns ever built in a single hour tbe lumber was still in the log but nevertbe less ththsuc Ceeded in building it and sending it home in th owners head Mr Sweeney of near Moores ville has removed his saw mill to the farm of Mr Palmer Goat ley where he fill saw several thousand fee of lumber fort various paiSwJ Q taTVfihatiledr thieirlogs to the sits The saw SJill hands have erected a band somet flat evtr seen in such a flat where they stay during storm periods 4 Sherd V aldey and wife of isprirgleld spent Suurfday and Sunday with relatives in this vacinity Bennie Reddicks of String town was in our midst Sunday All of the boys seeb to be breakingyoung horses this week some have them gentle enough 0 drive while othersonly have theirs gentle enough to throw Mqssrs Frank and Jeff Settle the local Wool dealers received wool at this place Saturday t Forairkinds of good i made in iitin grade only and that i the best Several hundred pounds were delivered at 30 cents per pound Mr Ham Pile is now all smiles as hisnew mill acts perfectly and is having a good patronage The regular grinding days are Wed nesday and Saturday I 1jt Mni JO Pileand wife jbf this place visited Mr Sheaid and wife of near Bardstown Junction Saturday and Sunday Mr Loyd Hayden and family of Springfield visited relatives in our vicinity Sunday Rev Williams of your town will deliver a sermon in the tonightTbl1rsday ister posessed of a divine spirit and delivers his sermons accordingly A large crowd should hear him Messrs John and Frank Janes of near your town spent Sunday with their sister Mrs J L Mo ran of this place a Edward Goatlby and wife of near Maud vis ted in this vicin ity Sunday Miss Louise Settle cf Booker who has been the charming guest of Mrs G G Tucker for the past two weeks returned to her home accompanied by Miss Mable Tucker Mr Albert Hamilton visited relatives at Fred ricktoRn Sun day I tPete Strehan visited Relatives at Maud SaturddY and unday Mrs Carrico of near Lebanon visited her siser Mrs Canoi KellY of this place las week The sickMrs W F Moran is quite ill of nervous prostrat- ions W N Elliott is also ill Walter Derringer and wife and Turner Derringer and wife visited relatiyes near the Burg Sunday UNO ANTIOCH A veryexciting primary took place on Saturday the 13th in 6th Magisteial District knownj as thecut off in Anderson county The race was between Capt John Barnette and Hardin Satterly for Magistrate and Bert Kays and James Caldwell for Constable Everthing that could be done fair ad otherwise by both parties was done Bert Satterly won by a majority of 11 votes and Caldwell by a much larger vote as the district iis largely Republican We are having an abundance of rain out here the one Friday and Saturday did considerable damage Qy washing the landbut the farmcrj ara busy setting tobacco between showers and a large amount nas been set All are done planting corn and some ot iit is up and growiug nicely Garden stuff is looking fine but there is some complaint ofCul worms Wheat is almbst a fail Ure hi this section rye and oats are doing fine Mr J J Sharp one of our road Supervisors nn company with Squire R Dllil yKpassed over t5lirlcadoaturday on a tour of inspection and from the way he talked the roads which have been so sadley negl cted viil soon be repaired and put in at leasc a passable condition The farmers havfning sheep have sold their wool at 30c per pourd which is certainly a very high price and the lamts are- engagel at Gic per pound for the June market Andrew Burch son of Mrs Emjly J Harmon died at his home near Independence School House Monday at 11 oclock of typhoid fever The funeral took place Tuesday at Fairview cemeery ElderJ A Sims con ducted the services 4444i4I The Kurfees Paihf 1 i pain That good Paint repre sents the best PaintV- alue that money can buy iH 5 tf epaf sfPnfJ+ to use because every gallon is guaran teed by the manufacturer as well as the dealer w G reaes Covering Cap acly J Long eisilWearing Quality Most Beau if u in All these you get in lA peeKH FAINT iThat G ji Paint iheKd x d tr ssDug Store i SPRINGFIELD KY 4+ 4 44+ ii Ji UVUU lI5 ir Rockbrldi WilheGoff bought of Foster Wells a new f 120 rubber tire buggy Mr Neal Reynolds has returned home from Chicago where he has beea engaged in business John Reynolds bought a horse from George Yocum last week for 50 and also sold one to Harve Hardin for 70 The second Saturday meeting which was held at this place will be long remembered by alll present as it was the day set to call the church roll There was a tlarge crowd present The church was a large one The members names enrolled num bered oyer three hundred It was the first time in forty years that the church has called the roll There was a 1 irge crowd out to hear Rev Summers Sunday They have called on Rev Sum mers to preach for them another year at this place Ii am glad to report that Tur ner Scruggs is able to be qiit again Mrs Sarah Foster who has been sick for so long is no better at this writingcMr Milton Grider and wife were the guests of their parents W P Scrugg last Sunday Mr J A Sims and wife atten ded the funeral of Mrs Nelson Royalty last Tuesday There has been a great deal of talk about the cutworm this season Lots of people have got their ground ready andI plenty of plants but are nO setting on accouttof the cut worms and grasshoppers Mr Ray Foster and Miss Kae Hardin were married at this place last Tuesday Rev Sims officiating May joy and happi ness be their lot The sheep raisers are having quite a tinje in this neighbor- hoOd with sheep killing dogs They have killed eight lambs fo Richard Fjnkston and six fo liD C Thompson in the last week IMr HTScruggs is having a hard time keeping hands this season He has hired three hands in the last month and they have all left him They sa they would like to work for hm if he wouldonly work with them uut otherwiseSllfey are too lonesome Boitoms Store rWe are sorry to report J D Bottom very low at this writing J N Bottom who has been illI1 with liver trouble is convales cenrtf We have had an epidemic of colds throughout this vicinity but are glad 10 report all better- J H Bottom sold to the firm of Wycoff Case three fat hogs perbUDdrTheprice of wool created quite a sensation throughout our vicin ity We understand Mr Yankey paid 33 cents for some few crops but Mr Yankey finds 30 cents tto be the tiled and standard price The proposed telephone line from Springfield bv the way o ff Maokville to Perryville eems to be doubtful We hope this will not terminate as did tbe electric railroad hut expect this matter to be pushed to the front In due season Mr Oscar Bottom has hip nOv store in operation and has ia small but nice stock We were very proud indeed to see the R F D No1 pass on May the 1st and feell sure this win be an advantage to tv6 many who live along its course Miss Hettie Rice the sweet and scientific pianist and telephone operalor who has been visiting relatives at this place and Mack yule has returned to her home in Latham Illinois Miss Rice is slrictly fond of Kentucky This was her home ten years ago Sue says the people andi sspeci lly the voting men here are much more hospitable and courteous than in Illinois Mr Robt Bottom of this place was down in Nelson coun ty Sunday lat to spend the day with his bestgirl She being a Methodist Preachers daughter took Mr Bottom out to church where they occupied a place in manyfriendst The poet who said in the spring time the young mans farcy turns to thoughts of love probably did not confine this pleasure solely to the young men for last Sunday beng such a beautiful day and a general reminder of the near approach of gallant dlbydl in the morning avd spending the day with the fair sexIWhats the matter with tee MackvilleDontwith some good old news We are lonely without you Pleasant Grove Mr Bjon P l j d Mkttz zie Mat Grej Tire visiting friends in Bople county Miss Thompson and- I f 11Democratic l The following gentleman were declared the nominees of thejr party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au- gUst 6th 1904 They are to be voted for ai the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litse- yFprCoAttorneyT S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker Repstnttive W D Ulaybrooke or Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of Schools J W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomery Graham VanArsdale paiui ia visit to James Thompson who is at the McChord Infirmery Lebanon last Thursday Mr Walter Willet of Fred r icktown visited his cousin Frank Wiliett Saturday and Sunday Mr Green Hays of Maple Hill visited W P Metiit last week Nat Thompson and E astus Trent called on friends at Willis burg Sunday Miss Ellen Gregory spent Surt day with Miss JennieLeachman- Dr R H Williams of Ash brook visited friends here JastI week Mrs N P Thompson visitedI Mrs Sal He Montgomery Mpn day We are Very sorry to know that Mrs Montgomery who was Miss Sallie Fitzgerald of this place is very low wih inflami tory rheumatism B B Leacbman and S P Thompson have returned from Louisville where they have been attending tve races Mrs Sevie Thompson Jr spent a few days last week wilh Thompt MOORESVILLE Mr ACJ Yates has left rot Louisville to serve on the pstit jury in the U S court The post office at this place has been reestablished and w Junerasrpostmaster We have had a splendid tq tobaccoSmen have taken advantage of it tYknownYyear Mrs Ed Yocum went into her hen house last Monday morning to burn out the chiggers She succeededreally well as she burnt house chiggers and all She was much alarmed and for tunately for her there was n0 wind or perhaps the dwelling would have been consumed Mr Wm Eddleman and wife visited A W Edd eman at Booker last Sunday Aunt Nancy Hendricks who is 80 years old visited relatives iin this section last week She lives near Rock Bridge Jas Reddicks lost a valuable milk cow last w a1cCause of death unknown Several new totiacco ben ns willj bo erected this summer AV- EEddleman has his zithvbrtr about completed Sam Offutt son of H C Offutt and William Marks son of th enlistedfl i assigned to duty at Pensaeola Florida Tber was a hobo in our vicini ty last Monday He went to the house ofMr Jeff smith and there was no one at home but Miss Maggie and he stepped on the porch before she saw him and it frightend her badly OUK advice to lHoboes isto holler a the fence Mr Shelby Crunie and wife gave the young pejbple a social last Saturday night m honor of Miss Ohatsey CoHings Those present were Misses Nancye Moore Lelyeand Ardie Wall Nancye E lis Lora and Cassie Yancy Margaret Lyddane GodbySamHessie Cutsingpr Albert amii Burnett Wall Sam Linton of Spencer county Otis Settle It Natures Great Inventiont awayVharIknzil4An4Au ust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and assisting statures processes of digestion separation andab sorption for building and rebuilding by preventing AM irregular orunnatural causes whIch interrupt healthy and pet feet natural processes and result in intes tinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing appendicitisjstoppage of the gall duct fermentation of unhealthy foods nervous dyspepsia headache con 811coliculator Two sizes 250 750 AP druggist Fpr sale at Haydans Pharzdacy y l t mJ Make Your Home Comfbrf l bfe r tj rir I t iJ ct 1 J Tf Ii m 7 Jorder AdAfrc1jve to do so you should have attractivei Furniture t iII c1 Visi tstore and takealookat my stock L f4 m1I am making a spe cia on CHAIRS m RockersinallstylesHaIl tmPI g m Criairs and plain toil Chairs atfrQrn J25 up m33Leaveyour o- rder4t11m handsome Ru g I m Samples falUhe mi latest designsS 4 t f t A for Basket Ileaves qight nigh1 work == === fand Hark off Hill James and Albert Jim- e aria and and Cassia and of Mid way dia Wall last and i Kir of Mack ville our prayer meet ing and gave us a very talk Mrs Green is wjis visi ting at 0 F Cocanb gher and wife were ut the home of Mr Dave near Mrs W T of M ack ville and her Jacob of tins place wereat the home of Mrs to see Mrs Green v1io is for Mrs Green her visit John of us here 7Jj Albeit Grain and Vife of Boyle county the aunt Mrs RL Arnold Jacob and EN- c were in Mon day has to where he his Course at Mrs M H Goyle of was here Gus Funk of Simms was call ing on his best girl Mrs M E left Mont day for a two weeks visit to in Mrs of is la visitor at the hbnie of lambs Price 35 hi 1at this place May 27th in the The oj the church at this place are ed to meet at the May 23rd1 toI clean up the antf yard before the Mrs Wells and chil dren have been her par ents at for two weeks Mrs A M aorJ dren of visited Mrs Sue Merritt last Mr W S Gllbs and wife atl Mr Earl of visiled his JV Jon kins last and Mr A B Wells has from a visit to s We are to llearn that Mr Wells is in health Oscar tie at given by the t Mr ihos Noel anlJ Ben and Dan Mc Ilvoy spoilt ut the home of Dr W W Hyatt was in you eat will taste good and do good If you take Kings Dye I jrepal Tabled Fcjd by J atL My Special Oak r t ia r- I D I am selling handsomest 4 t cr 1m 1 sell Screen Doors cheaper than anybody and good quality m W E LEAHMAN t THE FURNITUREMAN 3BBBBBEBBBB 3E BBB J JAMES COX Agent LEXINGTON NftKfN LAU1RI Monday returns Friday Firstclass guafaneed Earnest Clyde Goatley Shehan Valley Benedict George Montgomery Rucker Lynch MissesLora Yancey Margaret visited MissAi Saturday night Sunday Tnxaso James Cregor attended Thursdaynight interesting Malissa visiting relatives inLouisVille uancien1ini Nelson i Stewart Thursday Yankey lackvilie Sunday Baraette motheraMr Ciinberlin Malissa Greene Thursday Sidney housekeeper during Cimberlin Marion county Friday visited laiters Sunday Peterson KiThterlmfl Danville Herman Purdom returned Louisville intends finishing Bryant Strattons Business College Springfield Thursday Sunday Dorsey relatives Parksvjlle Bottoms Mackville JacobJ Kimberlin onHay IItrbu yilJbechurch afternoon members Christian reqqestII Tuesday everting church Decoration exercises William visiting Lawrencebtirg Shields c1tiJ1 Chaplin Wednesday 11SundayJenkins Kirkland hroher Saturday Sunday returned Louisyillle pleased improving Mcllvjiy attanded supper Mackville Masons fmily Mcllvoy family andfamUy Sunday RbberfJ Mcllvoy SprngBeld MondUy Everything Haydonjj PhmacyJ 3OO Rocker m Nowisthjetimetoi buy Pore FurnHl threChairkSetteesRockers some ofthe RoornT Suits eyer brought Springfierd ofi 6BBBBBB cydcJano il1I lrI I SUMMR UXURftSI IJIt othihgAmong them equals the W l X1ickless Blue Flatn Oil IkIkStove We have it in3 and 4 burner sizeJ1 J of any Oil Stqye on the market LTiSS4S l i Ift 11 j 1r J Garden Hose V4 H t tA 1 i WIi all fixtures and o1jhe quzlity iliat I f si1L stand wear and teal lvv imiti1iAiLIce GreaiTi Rrfeezers I V v f f Vpmakea leader or9eYmder wiFch a j t lw is positively the bestoi the market and 4 ttS vS always gives salisfactioji 0 ti aJ4irAl TheSHkaoneef the best mado t IIt I ttlftlf OUJ i j See Apolip Waslirng Machine IIt it iitHe housewile can do Jier own wprk rwith onE of these rnachies JJlz t vJl Jt 1J I A full line of jNigKLE PLATED tt J M ft JI7rI j t1t1S jf N Ct Jittc gErr 3 Efr rgE E rT I hA HaveThatBaggyPaiptedjjnJ r and made to look like new n atthod 4 q tseyPaint Shop iIJJ f T 1 on lower Main Sitreet 1 t i The serviccb of an mmaapd capable carriage pain ter hav dII fi been secured and all who need t bJ work in that lOne to BRING IN J YOUR VEHICLES f I HATT WorkunedM t6I ic ts 111 j t1 to be firstclass in every respect i tall i 71 IiIii r E EI EIlO- jWBLAMBEMII Bed 5Iqt1 M4ILJtl tEo iiOOI II1 jl j Bt Hajdon S Thopsou SkaWe jr ia rlHE3 I SSSSSSS r 11 il1a4 1tl1I111111J W2 i The first Natiot 1Il lS 1 1I sliRIr thfIiLp N J japilal30 tl Surplus and Uiivide4 PrftIaUSSS i1tiIrf OFFICgRSB Iv Litaey President Jolm IT LSWII VkePreeit f JIy A rElrQy Cashkr L B CainYAI4staIIbaebkxtw X r Foster BpekKNii f t t DIRECTORS B L LittiQivJ W L wU 2 ne7QreDP II Camp bell K H Edeteru H M GrjnJobii 0 ft Wtt r Vc grsnt every favor cqnsistiut with 1tldftfYour buxi i ness rcanectfuHv soHdited ess3 t wwsw f 7T fe THE NEWSLEADER VILIIRZD zVzRY TIUAY l A YEAR IN ADVANCE if1 1iheCutry filer t tJIf BY P MOL i It is u well known fact that 1i ti tkes money to run any enter prie no matter what its nature li maybe The manner in which rfe is invariably the Business run 4 the guage by which the influx of bmoziey way be measured but in 31 f the face of all the above which ti V are well established principles V the following authentic reasons prove beyond a possibility of a Y doubt that the management xf a j newspaper js an exception to the 1rule What an exageration It 4 lbs been disproved hundreds of i tines What a whopper It is a clean case of our fancy it doesnt tattfe money to run a newspaper nd whoever thinks it does isi sjjdly mistaken for it 1 can be run without any cash It Ji is a charitable institution a beg- gingt concern a highway robber Sandr any other old thing you wntto call itSThe newspaper1 is a child of the air a creature of a dream it can gp on and on when other J concerns wouldbe I in the hands ta receiver and would be up with cobwebs in the windows It takes a whole lot of wind to run a newspaper It takes a imaginaLt 5 an annual railroad pass Bat money No no no Who ever was so foolish as to think it wouldtlke money to run a news paper in Columbia especially Kind words are the medium that t doithft business for the editcr and correspondent kind words and invitations to social gather yings every once and awhile and V an occasion buggy ride on Sun fteId aya l When you see an editor with JI cash watch him Never give an i t editorOnev for he Lmight pay c his debts and hat would never do Then when you finalfy come b to shuffle off this mortal coil r after having stood around for years and sneered at the news paper man and his paper be sure ind have your wife send in for three or lourl copies of the paper I by one of your weeping children SSandwhen she reads the touching j notice of your death forewarn her to neglect to send 15 or 20 e cents to the editor It might overwhelm the poor fellow and ji makehim feelncn The editor knows itali and he only wants your heart felt thanks Youv may ay all the harsh things about himl you want to but dont worryabout the editor He will get out his paper alright antI stand up for ycu when you run for office besides and be will also m ke a great blov about your daughters Wedding when it comoffhe will t llaha1f dozen lies before tie pets through Writing an article about the happy event But he is not even thanked for that The country editor will get along the Lord only knows how but he will get there Some how Adair News Raked at the RaCes 1 Benjamin Davis a traveling silesman who resides at Leba 4 non Ky reporeii to the police thil morning that he had been robbed of a diamond stud at the races He values his missing w stone at 175 iits size being closete two carats He thinks he was robbed white he was cashing a winning ticket on the last race on Miss Doyle In his enthusiasm oVef his winnings Mr Davis says he paid taut little attention to a well dressed than who jostled him andincidentally put his coat in his face atthe same time Mr Davis did not notice his loss until he had boarded a street car after the races At that time he saw a suspicious looning character get on the car and take a seat opposite him When he went to put his hand on bis stud to shows he was on the alert he found it missing A large rent in the bnssom of his shirt showed where it had been torn from t Mr Davis travels for a local dry goods house He has offered a reward of 50 for the recovery of the stud It is not known wheather Ni get Ryan is in town or not MrlRyan generally favors Louisville vith a visit during the races Louisville Post Terrific Race Wiiyeatli Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fear ful race with deth CIa a re suIt liver trouble and heart dis ease which had robbed me ofI sleep and of all Interest in I bad tried mamy different doctor and several medicines but got no benefit until jl hegan to use Electric Bitters So won derful was their effect that in three days Ifelt like a newman and to day 1 am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at CJHaydotfs drug store price 50c DR RINEHARTS SUIT Gels a Vrdiclorpniy 370 Damages Againstt the Southern Pacific Railroad It win be remembered that on the occasion of the visit Yof Dr J F Rinehart and his family of Oakland Cal to their old hone at thisplaceaout a year ago they were greatly put out by the loss of their baggkge Dr tine hart instituted a suit for damages against the Railroad Company which has just been settled The OaklandIcalohns For the spoiling ofhis sum mer puting among friends in old Kentucky by the carelessness of the Southern Pacific in taking his baggage to Springfield Ill instead of Springfield Ky Judge Ells vortb last evening gave Dr J FI Rinehart a judgment against the company for S370 The suit was brought for l175 and according to the testimony cf the doctor twice thissum would not recompense hilna for the loss ofh1s clothing luring those lew weeks AIIBut the court has no way of determining the intensity of a mans feelings or cf fixing in dol lars and cents the equivalent of his disappointment In the language of the Missourian the court has to be shown and Judge Ellsworth held that all the damage that bad positively been shown was 370 expended for the storageof the trunks while lying at a point a thousand miles from their proper destination That therev was disappoint F TJ I fHE N1EV9LEAbEFt I flij 1 kmA admitIIted ment loss of time and much self to give a judgment for such stuff unless a market value for itI could be shown The doctor statedthat he had spent several days in tryin g to find his lost trunks and hired a rig on several occasions to take him about in looking for them But the doctor was on his vacation andthere was no pecuniary loss attaching to his quest for clothes It was maintained that these clothes were made expressly for this visit and that Mr3 Rmenart had planned and sewed but the Judge said You got them back Show me that there were some that could not be used here and fix their value and I will al- lowyouforthem But in the light of the testimony before m- presume they were used as there is nothing before this court to the effect that any were thrown away JAs a defense Attorney Stanley Moore for the railroad tried to show that it was not the fault of the Southern Pacific employes that the trunks with all their bright finery prepared for an- outingm the Blue Grass country did not reach their destination The trunks took a wrong switch at St Louis and the employe at that point reading Springfield without any State following it failed to trace the rest of the routing and sent it along the Chicago and Alton line to the place he was acquainted with It was admitted there had been carelessness and Attorney W B Rinehart on crossex mination tried to show that when the Southern Pacific agent at Six teenth street wrote Springfield without placing the name of the State after it he made the first mistake But ll this in no way went to show to what extent Dr Rinehart had been damaged and Judge Ellsworth gave him a judgment for all tlte loss xthat had been shown Saved bY DynamIte Sometimes flaming city is saved by dynamiting space that the fire cant cross Sometime a cough hang on so lotig you feel as if nothing bIt dynamite vould cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Gar wrlteslIJiy wife had ivery aggravated cough whih kEpt tier wake tigtsrwo physicians could hot help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption cou hsand colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bron chitis and la grippe At C J1 Haydons drug store price Soc apd 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free IBill Cundiff Murdered News has just reached here stating that Bill Cundiff the man who some years ago shot and killed Mr T T Bradsbaw in Adair county was waylaid and murdered near Rowpna Rusiell county last Monday afternoon His body was tound in the road riddled with buckshot The peopje in the neighborhood have no idea who fired the shot Cun duff had the reputation of being an all round bad man but a fou murder has been ommitted AdairNews oAsTciaXBear d ft M sfn ellthett 1 i Buggies by the CarLoad d- F wT4 Is bow we deal in vehicles to supply our trade We have 4 two warehouses full of buggies of all styles and prices and have something to suit everybody Plows WagoDs =and Other Implements J weh n1le the genuine Olivei Obilled Plow Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and 1 thebest drills and seeders on the market if We carry f a full line of Collars Hamed Plow rearanctWagon Harness Qt all kinds w I ft If you contemplate building i fence investigate our sPAGE and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none better ents for Gasol inengines All sizes and best makes i McClure 8 Wells JIP f Interesting instances In the tilth of Ben tlardln of Barda town the Famous Lfaxvyer About three miles from Spring field on the Lebanon pike situa nlfarmnl din ofBardstown Judge L P Little in his life of old Ben Hardin relates the following interesting instances in the great lawyers early career says the Bardstown StandardOne the most important in cidents of his early career was his marriage March 31 1807 to Miss Elizabeth Pendleton Bar hour daughter of Colonel Am brose Bar our of Washington county Colonel Barbour was a wealthy farmer who had emigrated from Virginia soine years before and was connected by blood with the distinguished family of that State bearing his name Be was a brother pf Thomas Barbour whose sons Phillip P and James attained the highest civic honors Phil lip P Barbour was Speaker of the Lower House of Congress and Associate Justice of the Su preme Court while James was Governor of Virginia United States Senator and Minister to the Court of St James The belle of all the country i around was the beautiful daughter of Colonel Barbour known to her intimate friends and admirers as Betsy Barbour the abbrevia tion common to the name Eliza beth in those days Among the crowd of suitors who laid their hearts at her feet was yo rig Ben Hardin who so she once said compared very advantageously with the rest His ready wit rendered him entertaining and with his fair complexion bright blue yesand hair of reddish tint dressed handsomely with laceruffles on his shirt bosom and at his wrists falling over small white hands he was no uncommon suitor Said his wife in after years He was very fastidious inhis dress in those days and con tin ued so until after our marriage when one day as he sat busily writing the ruffle at his wrist dabbled in the ink and on his paper so much to his annoyance oiiHeruffles and gradually felliinto indifference in regard to hisI dress When he commenced to study law at twenty Betsey Barbour had plighted her faith to him anfl in March 1807 they were married Mr Hardin took his bride to his new home and set up housekeeping in the primitive way of the period Whatever talents the young lawyer may posses the beginning of his career is a strong trial to his patience and equanimity The patronage of the public is ca precious and somewhat like the wind that bl weth where it listeth That irresponsible en tity is extIemely fond of depe elating the talents of young men generally but the bar particu larly The veriest ignoramus would cheapen the abilities of Pitt were he suing for its favor With some there is a tinge of criminality in being a yOung manOne day in the year 1808 while Mr Hardin was engaged in his office the officers of the law were passing by having in custody one pray charged with having committed a murder in the LevelWoodsa part of Hardin county subsequently added to Larue It is related that the homicide was committed in the following peculiar way A party of young men were engaged in aji tin night debauch Qrtetofthe number had drunk spirits so excessively as to boo come insensibly drunk An overburdened stomach finally yielded its c 1itentsWhile tins was going on Bray caving some curiosity on the subject tooka candle to demonstrate bjr ignition whether the drunken man was discharging pure spirits The outfiowing stream caught fire and so burned the unfortunate inebriate that he died For this the prisoner was arrested on the charge of murder He asked of the officers having charge of him permission to consult Mr Har dinDuringtbe consultation he in quired what fee would be charged and the reply was three hundred dollars The prisonor corn plained of this as excessive say ing that he could get a Bards town lawyer for that sum Thtr remark b4 decisive effect on R ItifiedI to Bardstown Within a week he was domiciled in the latter plac He had been retained in Brays case and the latter after ill had the services ofa Bards town lawyer SiricllY Genuine Most of the patent med iine testi genuinelThefollowing the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a welt known engineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture and when he was in this office today we all ked him about it He says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had can cer His drnggist recommended Kodol and he says it cnied him He recommended it to others whp were also cured u Kodol Dyspepsia Core digests what you ea had cures all stomach troubleis Sold by all Druggists A Man of Destiny On Wednesday of this week Martin Peoples of this city was married to Mrs Annie Hine of Old Town It requires some expertj figuring to keptrack of Martj Peoples as a rule and in thisi instance it looks like he had thrown us On the 2d of last November the reservoir was blown or exploded and his wife was killed Peoples himself had to be carried to the hospital for repairs Getting on foot again he purchased a fine team of bays had their tails wrapped inribli l boo and kept the mud and slush moving between Winston andll Old TQwn And now we find things as above stated Now Mart Peoples is not 9 bad man but he is the worst mixed up manJ weever saw His bride was his first wifes stepmother and hence he becomes his own daddy He not only becomes his own daddy but hus now his step sons grandfather and his moth er inlaws husbands ana the father of his late wife Hisr wife is her husbands mother and her grandcbildiensmother- also But Mart Peoples can work itaU out and will np doubt give a correct answer in the windup He is evidently a man of destinyWinstod N C Guide SPRING CATARRH Changeable Weather causes Dis ease Breathe Hyomcl and Cure Catarrh The changeable weather otjj Spring with its warm days and cold nights iis responsible for a great iincrease in the number of cases of catarrb It is now that Hyomei the only guaranteed treatment for catarrh that cures Without stomach dosing should beused in ever home Hyomei is a scientific method by which pure air impregnated with Natures own remedies for the cure af catarrh can be in haled by ever sufferer in his or her home Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler thatj comes with every outfit its heal ing volatile antiseptic fragrance reaches the lungs tmd air pSsaJ ges as no stomach dosing possi ble can do It givts Jmmeyiate relief and makes lasting cures Proof that the Hyomel treat ment will do all that is claimed for it is found in tqe guarantee under which the Red Cross Drug Store sells it an agreemiitto pay back the price if the purchaser can say that Hyomei has not given satisfaction Complete outfit 100 extra boltles50c Book on California 50 pages 7C4 illustrations Described California and the route there Chicago Milwau kee and St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific LinejThis is the route of TheOver land Limited Leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 605j P M daily Arrives San Fran cisco the third day in time for dinner California book sent for 0 cents postage F A Mil ler General Passenger Agent Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway New York Investigations Completed Washington There is no foundation for reports that there may be further investigations of the offices of the Revenue Col lector of Customs at Louisville Secretary Shaw is not here but his pHvate secretary J H Ed wards to day made this state ment wif Collector Barnett has replied that none of his men is connec ted with political committees Collector Craft has informed us that all ofJiis men who were on political committee hvs 1 1JredfrO the same TlMM is I itiar Ijr At the Civil Service Commis slob it was stated today that iin asmuch as Secretary 3baw rs satisfied Commissioner Green will not go to Louisville to con duct any further investigations The promptness of Messrs Barnett and Craft is comnended It seems that Postmaster General Cortelyou has abandoned his intention of making public the letter he bas receved from Dr BakerI Bo Not te Inosei Up Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and Jung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleyrf Honey and Tar mauy imitations are offered for tie genuine Ask for Foleys Honey arid Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the dame satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store M sIms FILED Against Several Corporations For Alleged Violation of the Statutes Commonwealths Attorney pa behalf of the State flied eight suitsin the Circuit Clerks office last Thursday against five cor porations of this county for al leged failure to comply with the corporation laws of the state The corporations involved are the First National Bank the Peoples Deposit Bank the Farm ers Bank of Mackville the Adams Express Co and the Washington County Telephone i co The suits are brought on two counts against the corporations eX pthe wo1S p n ldben1re The alleged cause of action against the four corporation isi the charge of violation of that part of the statutes which 1e7 quires any corporations doing business jin the state to file with the Secretary of State a state ment signed by its president or secretary giving location ofits office and the name of its agents upon whom legal processes can be served It is claimed in these petitions that none of the cor porations mentioned has com plied with thisrequirement and the petition prays for judgmen or the penal sum of 1000 The otheroffense alleged against all four of le corporations iis failure to mplywith that clause of the corporation law which re qujres all corporations to cause to have posted in a conspicious place at their places of business signs giving the full name of the company or corporation and having the words Incorporated following such name For fail ure to comply with these re quirments judgment for the pen al sum of 500 is prayed for The law fixes the penalty for violationi of this act afi a fine of not less than 100 nor more than 1000 In the case of the Fhpt National Bank it is not thought that an action can be sustained from the fact thatthinstitfln alIIbutBanking Act and is responsible to the Federal Government Attenijitel Sufcifc The attempt tocomnait uicid made by William T Atchison a railroad fireman residing in L ingion who was impelled to the deed by the fear that his love was unrequited has a sorrowful interest for many people of An derson county Miss Minnie Thacker the lady with whom hi was in love having formerly been a reside it of this county and adaughterofDan M Thick er Atchison had met Miss Thacker a number of times and with himat lest it was a first1siover the telephone and asked tbatlevResponded that she would be engaged in assisting her sister to enter tain some other guests At chison then told her that if he could not call on her he would kill himself Just at that time the phones were accidentally disconnected and he imagining thatMiss Thacker had arbitral rily rung off borrowed a revolver and fired tHe shot The bul let entered just above the heait and passed entirely through the left lung but notwithstanding the wound is of the kind which is usually considered fatal Mr Atchison is reported to beim proving and has a cbafice to recover Miss Thacker is a young woman of great beauty and her many friends deeply regret the occurrence ofthis tragic vent Anderson News i81lJDi You cankbt have gooi health unless your kidneyS are sound for the Kid neys filter the blood of impurities vhich otherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause serious trouble If you have kidney or blad der trouble and de not use 1oleysKid n Cute have only yourself to blame forresniIr SA it positively iCl1res aU forms of kidncrv a1db3 diseases For sale by The iI Cross Drug Store Kentucky Crop Reptrt The month of April was decidedly cool Too much so for vegetation to make a vigorous growth The frosts about the middle of the month did quite a deal of damage especially to the peach and strawberry crop and to early gardens We give ex tracts from some of our corres pond pts in the several divisions of the State t The condition of wheat has moved np two points since inn April report except in a few counties the prospect for a full crop is flattering At one time it was thought by many that it might be damaged by the frosts But now all agree that it was nob sufficiently advanced at th time to be injured A full cr of oats has been seeded condition of rye is very satis tory The conditions of p1 beds are about an love Meadows pastures and c seem to be in a satisf con dition It is gratifying Row that 9Ut faritTre 5c their at tention to that greaand useful forage plant alfalfa More acres of alfalfa means more and better stock The potato crop is a full avera eLive stock of Take care of thejm while vouVe young so they may take care pfiou when old W C Grigsby in the near future will make one day each month for the purpose ot testing fitting and adjusting glasses He has just graduated from the Northern Illinois of Optics at III the bet and largest optical college in the world and iis prepared i to correct all errors of infraction Be uses the lateet method of Ittinf glares the Fohig Syitem Xas your Eyes teMSad be CcfaYj6 that QlHOSlEr kiG- laes 9t 1k 1 11 all kidsfrepotdT Q1Ldon Tc kary IsittrMtJWiJma nas been ippoiutidby b s1I chapter DaughtUra of bl5 Oofederat- ereunie which Been at Louis yule IP June Abp Jtf jr ypungj ladies1 who are e4IgihIe to mern bership ik tbejDiibIers of the 001 flfe racy will itie ju jn front pf the g i inthegruidpradeposeclttolabel ye rying ilbe eJoubg1a tuckyg Best Proclucp Bryant to whom it has the hd1ior of Teprettnttiig atctiop is a handsome yo lady whose family das back the pioneer days and aeiidei fled with the tirlj hiirtor the state Her father aiief uncLi were oth faithfull soldiers itt th- Confederate ataay She is 4 ceedirigry popular baying bL ckosea by Mbatgocaery IPdgt I O 9 FM as thir Qil en at tb CarniVal two ytrf o P will bk an honor tp fbe ch she represents Harrodab HeraiaI WIslo th has bees recognized ia the trcatmei diseases of Ike bladder and JtJ Ono dose of ineules will give asd o ef ttlwill re Sos Haydoms Pharsiacy erilllf On Thursday lastjnsas Job Cook and TioiMs GilUt tw well notcB Gitiiem of tie Ta4I tham Springs eighbcHrhood wei driving into town in a springl wagon a omy which theywerii tt driving sudftenlr stopped i1began kickiBg The two n i 1tried tpct out of the wagon I the s atpveway and M Gill ffell down beiweeiiiy shafts under tthe h liof tbs furiat d animal In toiljlfi jmself from lie the pqay ic lrtHiJ tbs hterin fne his faalld breaking his j IiI jItwo places A son of MrJj Cook who was Driving a horse 4 hitched to a buggy thinking him father WAS kboat to be killed i jumpedj froa the buggy to jruai to his assistance and when tb pony lad goite looee and started to run the brIe ran away also but was caught by a lady liyiagM some 4itetaBce from the scene of ijf the acjcldent JTbe pony wtoi going through For Creslr Mitt Tttnmpgwben last MKtl from Mr Gllis ID juries were alHlliei41 by apbysicianandibe WMiakettj home the same even IDI Andf 14 sonNews It Tree Itys tt CMcib j This is jiiefaat tune betwefpj h q9 and Sin Frauci800 m lndLimtJi t7nion PaiewK 11r 1aAgo 605 p m amTe fi n flforII l t Milwaukee St BaMJ Railway 1 Union Pacific wad Soatberft PaIicllks I4M Another good trtittt for Cell 1jt form A leaves Unnxi Pieienger Statiocy Chic 1023 1 W1 daily awl tke a few bow lon ger to inike the ra JT A MiH let General Pafeea M A enV Chicago or W tf Howell 381 Broadway New Ybrk t IjlstY H Are YOu e Tr ub14 fr F With your eyes Do you have t1e he ache of headaches are caused from Eye irtrauu Ijf and headache can be relieved by G1uessecuratyst Have you eyes tested and laeeeeIt d by WC Gripw the Optician of Bardstown Ky Hej hM u lateei end best Eye Instruments iuHbe cotttry He ite the taos de well as the Eyeij Beware of the t tvtling ipecUcltj peddler who goes from house t9lejM jrele your money and you get IiinLL 11 YOUR EYES ARE PRICELESS 1iI Ilji I Springfield College Ohictfo fI StetioujJ 7 i Y I Ll t I 1 I7Jord1 1 fII S 1 C r 11ec r nIl perora And OW my lords I thank Mv bIU by his blessing suf Jklentlr lMtnictd In the extreme van y bC JI Xnpnrilenjoyments ts com paMtetk tnceof our eternal dii I And or my lords even so 1th lIUlaudw1tb all tran i I submit clearly and trQeI fcmctfe And wheth er twQp ball be to life or dMt dMlfeteJmyseltftttl of a i cflAdence in the arms Author of my eclstence of the vast visible throng niffctire oration exercised power than upon an unseen Tin awed stillness was ft by a splintering sUd1 rtartted audience looking up rrgaUtodstrail latticework of the al i IIM awl the king standing a ltentrained by Jagged determination sat on that eouetenance a look which fAataif ai words This man r Hkf hands clutched tho rMMVfrk beneath him and be oten liiJlf as k to give utter ace to tutp rhis expression fore nadoTCed But before he could speak a tall angular figure sprang out trom the commons and held uPi a I Inmonsinewy haodH1s face was ablaze witi anger big Btentorlah voice doml irnt d the hall envenomed with hatred trikiBg the ear with terror as does the roar of a tf er- TfceMltot of England In parliament aaMMabttd gIves judgment untram mfod awl unAfraid The king Is n- otr here tH king cannot be here The throe Ito Vacant and must remain va tnt until juetice Is done Ai lite last words rang out the long r index finger shaken menacingly point ed at the empty chair There was de Jkuic of king or minister in Words and toM ad gesture a challenge to the tbroe The pale face of the king be z b ftBMi ghastly wbitei his hand trembled t awl trafEoeats of the latticework tell from be eath it Irresolution took the place of former determination and he j ttglaaced pitifully from right to left as if eekiac h man support of which E ta the amazed stillness there was no toiication Then the fine whUc KSBAv tof am w een Woman iflor a ino iMMK OR atej gll a snowflake and ftii one lookI pf haunting C8 i ll4QBon the prisoner disappear ed frqslgkt The phantom picture ted VaBtofaed from Its ragged frame without a sound and blank darkness occupied Jitiplace Truly the king was I Lt NIt reent conjured away by the otr ItrOUS hand of the fierce combat aRt eli the stage and the soft hand of 1f tbe wo naH behind the scenes st Who Is that man svhispercd Fran 4J t CtL gazing In frightened fascination on l tleerude Interrupter That is John Pym thetcblef prose lIf cutor and deadly personal cneiny of pti JJr lt Lord Strafford 1i As the girl gazed 1ttt this dominating ilt iBdiTtduality all the Troth of confidence t Ia her fathers acquittal whipped up- I 1frbnte chatter of conversation at the ft 1tt bef Inning evaporated There stood the u personified hatred of England against il 4i th Xarl of Strafford No wavering In rTifrsccepit or action there but a determined t r maD knowing what he wanted and t bent on having It To her excited j 4 tj imagination the resolute face took on the semblance of a death mask and the clinched hand seemed to grasp the shaft of an ax It was as If the heads I t maa had suddenTystood itr c1lmed histhei esw t e a J 1 1i4JJIeZ a Its w1Iont 0 r A low Tvalllnsc 0 acroitg tho silence 4 OC0 at rJ gtrafford8 heart when oo r1U Wbt memory did It stlrl 4AJ bed mind A reminiscence oli t thing that had escaped him crow out by matters of more pressing mo p r 4 4suent t 11f i4What is that he asked anxiously sItIs nothing iny lord answered foi Tolllns stepping between his master and the commotion among the womeii A lad lies fainted that is all Thy I r tttI are taking her out l L l GHAPTEIl VII S4 out lu the fen air Fran I ONCE Wenttrorih came again I yatrol of hcrselfjashani 704 vd that for the moment her I emotions had overwhelmed her She ji thadno desire to reenter Westminster bSt4 bail even tt the doorkeepers would J l have permitted her so she wandered r slowly buck to the Inn which was her f temporary home In the evening John fJIVolitus came to see her and offered r fimoney vwhlch she told him she did SV A not need He gave some account of I 1fIll Pymg speech and said that the com i i mons Sad not asked the lords for judg i ment which was taken by Stratford and his friends as an indication that f tthfcy knew the weakness of the evi dence and feired the effect of his lord a ships Rpoecji In his own defense e The refuwil to ask for Judgment was J1 7regarded r as a good omen and for spine iIpdayaFrancC felt the revival of hope 1 iJ When she could forget the grim figure of Jqlm PyK but the commons speed 1Sly diiilliwlonedli traffordlan party A bill of attaInder was brought in and IIif 1 they showed their determination to i fcave the head of the unfortunate earl i it by act of parliament If not by legal jl fit bcdure At lust the bill passing r if1 Its third reading was sent up to the t fcoiswe of lords There were many who aak4 the lords would never assent to It S io r that the commons should have asked r J dfm nt at the close of the trial 4cthai if they could not hope to have the 7 vtflftfct a they wanted it then it was MbtMlfely the lords would allow them LI l 4z 1to be cozened by a side wind JMnrl JTbefie predictions were quickly ffltUftt the lords gave their consent toM Nll of attainder and nothing 1iajWlMtwfca Strafford and the block tNWjfrom t kings pen 4rd Itwa idK jt1tbol5e who tt Na ikefii fI been coercetL by T the popvIsee j Te mq1t hind gathered aadl ikd clamored around the onLlex ifoaa to White I JMWe toro t tr llTBy 1JA AtdA or DfJenn Journalist 17JaxterII wq i fi UOtntfo t a Jue cjIt1i firmness of the king If Charles sign ed on MOfldUStFUflOZd was to be led to tile block on Wednesdaj Volllns was lit deep gloom over the prospect The earl M said had some time pre viously written Jo the king absolving Itlm frqm all his promises offerlnghls life freely If the taking of it woul ad vantage his majesty in dealing iwitb his obstreperous subjects But the king Is trebly perjured if he signs He cannot sign cried Prances Vollins shook his head if all tthe lords In England are beldI in terror by the peoples clamor let the greatest of their number slip through their fingers to the ax how can one weak man be expected to with stand the concentration of the popular Vill brought against hipi TIs blind ed folly to look for it But the People dare not coerce a king Dare they not Go down to Whitehall and you will find them doing it This very day they have all but storm ed the palace I will see the king throw myself at his feet and implore him to keep his word I was present when he bade my father take this fateful journey t to London and when he promised lull Lstahidsource of truth and honor In a nation You cannot get to see him Every entrance to the palace is strongly guarded Highly placed friends of my lord friends when all others had fallen away from him have sought admission to the royal presence in vain He has refused to sea the Earl of Bristol whose son Lord Dlgby spoke out against the conclusiveness of the evi dence and his majesty has let it be spread abrbdd that hegIves no ap proval of Lord DIgbys plain words and so the people cry God save the king and revile Lord Dlgby Tiie girl stood aghast at this intelli gence remembering the scene at the trial when royalty in the person of Charles Stuart and the people In the person of iTOhn Pym opposed their wills to each other Then royalty had faded from the Eight of men and the strong chrtinplon ot the people held his ground alone and triumphant Trust in dod and the king wrote the prisoner What a conjunction Almighty power and a bending reed Never theless I will see the king she said On Sunday the immensity of the swaylng crowd shouting and moving like a Slowf resistless fiQod through the streets daunted her There was no employment that day to keep any one within doors and it seemed as if that labyrinth of human warrens called London had emptied itself into the har row thoroughfares s She hesitated liken timid swimmer on the brink of a raging torrent yet If she was to win access to the king she must trust herself to the current which had this ad vantageit set toward the direction In which she lshe to go t If the streets could be compared to sluggish streams the broad avenue or square of WhUohull might be likened to the lake Into whlch they emptied It was a packed mass of humanity surging to and fro as if influenced by mysterious tltI sbut making no prog ress Way through It in any glveir direction might well seem an Impossi bility but an alert atom by constantly watching opportunity could edge here and there through chance openings and by a constant devotln to a given direction ultimately attain any chosen point Thus tile glifll buffeted about often well High exhausted and breathless came by the entrance to thepalace that stood next the banqueting house The gates however wore tightly closed and guarded on the outside by a double row oldiery who stood Jhe hustling of l with great 1ootI humor belrig y cautioned not to exasperate lace by any hostile net The s ftybugIu rMP d natured i CLt t though eonstantllghtihg took pfuJw Here and there along its choking surface but Ukgrent bulk of those present appeared to be outon a larking t holiday although they all riotously lent breath to the unceasing roar calling for Justice on Stratford Occasionally there were shouts for the king and demands thnt he should speak to them but the windows of Whitehall palace were bla1nmi gave no sign of hu man occupancy suddenly Frances found herself In new danger through one of those un explainable heaves of the many throat ed beast at whose mercy she stood To the gates went tip a shout We will make the king hear And a great human wave overwhelming the soldiers struck against the shuddering pbrtall Ibe mere pressure of the mul tit de was deadly and Irresistible There were shrieks and appeals for for hesitance but the unreasoning mass behind pressed on unheeding cheering and shoving A crush of rending tim bers dnd tbje gates flew inwnrd Then the mob as if frightened at what it had done paused giving the soldiers tine to collect themselves and help the wounded There was as yet no malice intjie crush i was more like a con glomeration ot irresponsible children bOut on mischief of any kind but tem Iporarlly scared at the breaking ofjj something This fact seemed to be recognized by a man In authority who came through the gate and with some dliliculty secur ed a precarious footing ou one of the ston pillars which etdod in a row be tween the pathway and the road thus giving him a posltjon which towered over the heads of the assemblage He held ptr hand for a hearing and the crowd cheered him not in the lezut knowing who he was orjtwhy he was there Comparative silence followed the cheer and the nobleman spoke 5Iy good rtcople he said there is little use in the breaking of gates that the king may hear you for the king has beard mid is taking the requests of his fitlthfuj subjects into his august consideration f Where is the king depended nn auditor 4 f ellnibousefSJntosubject lie has to meditate on and I besr of you not to disturty bll devotion tier u at her votlons tool r THe c NeVJSLeAOe 7 I ttdone to death for protesting against the desecration each life more valuable than the wicked carls Let the king say that he will sign and we will disperse These and other cries more or less to the purpose bullIed the orator and the air quivered with denunciations of Strafford The man on the stone post had cast his eyes behind him several times as If to see what progress was being made with the readjustment of the gate and from this his hearers quickly divined that he was but delud inprethanwent up to move through the breach and surround the hall Meanwhile re enforcements had been summoned from within and a hand to hand fight en sued with the encroachers Frances panting and nigh worn out In the struggle nevertheless saw her opportunity There were few women In tIre throng and such as came near fhem the Soldiers sought to protect She attempted appeal to theofficer but that harassed dignitary could barken to none and thrust her rudely Jiit ef fectually through the opening saying You Avlll find egress at one of the other gategr Take care of yourself I cannot help youtBreathing a sigh of thankfulness she cowered and ran along the end of the banqueting hull turaed at the corner then down the sldeentcrlng sin archway that let her into J passage She knew that she mtistltuVn to her right but where after tlitI1lehadi not thu sllglrtestriotlon The tumult at thegate w4Sso frightful that she oxpqetcd ev ery moment to bony the victorious as saulters at her heels Her Joy at find ing herself thus unexpectedly within the precincts ot the palace unimpeded caused her to overlook the fact that this was scarcely a propitious moment In which to Implore tim king to disregard the lusty slant rudely beating at his doors A frightened waiting maidl came hntrylng along the corridor and to her she directed Inquiry regarding the entrance to the banqueting hall Turn to the right and up the stair Take me there I beg of you I cannot I bear a message But I bear a message to the king so yours must wait At this the maid turned and conduct led her to the door of the hall saying to the man at arms This lady bnsa message for lite majesty The first thing that struck her on en tcriug the great painted chamber wo that the nobleman on the stone outsld hind not pokcij the truth when he std h 1 h1 fI5lPituh or his SOI inc A growl aao a uTy JsJn pen etrated the closed windows but the words spoken were not to be distin guished The king was sitting at a massive table his heath in hty hands Hchlnd hhhopati that his majesty was cngaRPd Inue votional exercises asf hadbecn stated by the orator But lit this were tho case they Vere of ajBtrangoly mixed order for behind the lady who was talking volubly to ute king stoodjtwo Capuchin monks with folded arms Ex EllglLFreiiphmcn among whom recog aired Do Courcy held njoof from the cluster at the table so the girl quite correctly surmised that the lady lIqJ- rLing the whole burden of the conversa thou was other titan the queen her self and tlattho foreigners were members of her train Her majesty spoke sometimes in French sometimes In English the hatter with broken accent and her ole qHouco was rajhcr puzzling Jo follow for the flov of her conversation was of extreme rapidity Palpably sue supposed herself talking in English but whenever she ensue to a dllllculty in the choice of n word she made no nt tempt to surmount It by any effort of thought sw un swiftly round It on the easy current of hcrnatlvc tongue Translated hot discourse ran thus good men have made It per fectly pInto for as they say and who yshair question the dictum of the church iu such jnattcrs you have two cdn scleiices tho conscience of the prince nndthe conscience of the man and whore the consciences come into con filet that of the prince must of necessity rule us is the axioiri In all civilized courts Is it right that you a king should jeopardize yourself in n useless effort to save one condemned by his peers because your private conscience as a man urges you to keep aprornlseII which he himself from lioldlngyou gufltlcssv before Golf and the nations and further advIsee by these good men lords of their church tuat such action would not make Jijvjard peace of the realm It is not n subject to be hesitated upon for a moment the good of the ruler ifOhiiI priest or womoj The given word tI the man audfhe stands pfalls by crlnIfog imminent or your W lmIThe disheveled girl at the feet of the frightened monarch who started back gazing wildly about him shaking as one struck wlfli palsy so startling and unexpected laid been the interruption lied anger flushed the face of the no less amazed queen speechless with indignation at the words and the tone of theta addressed to hiirr exat d husband The sage bishops were astounded at the lack of diplomacy on the part of the petitioner v ho had thus rudely thrown herself counter to the expressed wishes of the highest lady In the land but Frances with an Instant intuition more subtle than theirs saw that the queen was an enemynot to be cajoled by defer once or Mattery so he determined that the war between them should be open and aboveboard The kin 1Qtl reason for agitation greater than the surprise that had made statues of those about him The accents that disturbed him were the accents ot Strafford himself softened as they were by the lips that uttered them The boldness of the address was Straffords und until hesaw 1thut n woman knelt before him It al most seemed that the dominant spirit of the prisoner had burst the bonds of the Tower and sped hither to reproach him for meditated treachery Frances gathering breath took ad her stiddeu ad 1enthe obeyed your command at Hampton Why was he put on trial faithfully Je carried out his kings behests Why was he condemned to death Because he stood true to the king If he des re death then so do you for you are the master und he the servant Has God stricken you and ycta counselors with blindness that you cannot see In the destruction of Straljord the throwing away of the shield which guards your breast leai ing you naked to your enemies Sur render bastion and the castle falls Heavens cried the quivering queen What country of the mad is this where the meanest of subjects may so address a monarch Strip the mantle from her back and scourge her rebellious flesh to the kennel whence she comes No no gasped to his foot and ChnrlesstnsgerlngI of his hand the documents which lay before him on the table so that they fluttered to the floor She speaks the truth luippy Is the prince who hears It arid fieeds It I have passed my word to Stratford audit shall be kept i win tints t1nooHCfd wiheavens XO GASPED CIIAHLES she but 3uT1Jesc has breathing Because rallftlube my iitti Lis O = promise the promise of a Stuart and It siiali be fulfilled Charles graciously assisted the girl tQ lies feet with the same courtesy he would have shown to the first lady of the court The rage of the queen now passed nil bounds of restraint Anti this before me your witch You weigh the wor or this bedraggled crea turn of the streets above that of the royal house of France and queen of this turbulent realm You deserve to be hooted by your loathsome mob Who Is this woman DC Courcy whispered a word into her ear What The daughter of that profli gate Stratford To what d pass this Christian court has come 4Tis true tis true murmured Charles visibly quailing before the increasing wrath of his wife adding In nlteous appeal Have I not enough to bear without the quarreling of wo men Tlic qiiarrblln of women Dare jots couple me In the same breath with such as she Is there noup in my train to whip forth this impudent wench into the wretched rabble that hiss cast lor Into our presence The quarreling of women A slattern that wishes to divert from her reputed fa thers head to yours the anger of the gutter Listen to it my lord Listen to it tAll this was shrieked forth with ges lures so rapid und amazing that the eye could sttnw follow the motion of her hands sow she lieu to the window and fumbled with its fastening too greatly excited to succeed with the opening Several of tho French gui mats stumbled over earls other in their haste to aid her but the ladys im patience could not wait for them SUe lifted her clinched mind und Shiote tho diamond panes which went shivering down beneath the fierce Impact of tile blow Glass or lead or both cut the Imperious hand and wrist and the blood trlcklcd Mown the fair rounded armThe breach she made was like the letting In bfwatcrs the roar out side became instantly articulate and waves of meaning flooded thcgrcdt apartment T6 the block with Stratford Death to the peoples oppressor was tbecg- nnd the torturcdkIng shrunk from t as from the lash of a whip f Hearken to the wolves shrieked tile queen It fs yqur blood or Straf Wbleh11Th hu- rtsedihwhicbV r u ht tcttS1glitIed It Is my love for you that would coerjce you You have not been to blaiab misled by an obstinate minister wlic fwould sacrifice an Indulgent nina ter p buy his own safety A king is not to be bound as other men The claim of your wife and children rises superior to that of any subject for you bare sworn to protect them Charles stood by the wall which was eight years later to be broken for his own final exit lila eyes tilled with 1tosaid hastily Go go You but pile distraction on distraction Fear not for the wor4 of a king goes with yoL No no sobbed the queen For my sake withdraw it TWO of the bishops now stepped forward and with gentle urgency used their persuasion on the girl to withdraw God keep your majesty firm she cried and so deal with you as you deal with my father But the last sight she was to have of her ruler as the good men pushed her to the door was far from inspiring His cheeks were womanishly wet antJ wavering IrresolUtIon was stamped upon his broThe twining wounded arm of his wife had reddened the white scarf at his throat with the roy al passionate blood of France CHAPTER VIII I oN Monday there were ever In creasing rumors through the town that Charles had signed the bill which would scud his chief minister to the block qualified by statements equally vague that lie had done nothing of the sort But as night drew on the rising Jubilation of the crowds In tile streets gave point to the more sinisterreport In the even ing his usual time of culling the somber Vollins came to the Inn chiefly as he said to urge the girl to quit the turbulent city where shecould accom pUsh nothing and where she might be In danger were it once guessed that she bore any relationship to the condemned man but to this good counsel the girl would notlisten- What she demanded impatiently wits news news news and this with exasperating deliberation Vollins gave forth It was quite true that the bill was signed not by the kings hand but by the hands of four commissioners whom he had appointed for that pur p seThe house of lords and even the house of commons was amared at this betrayal said Vollins and the effect of the announcement had been seen on the populace Itself for after certainty came home to the people they had dispersed quietly to their houses qnd the streets were ajmost empty The girl was jnute with dismay but Volllhs pointed out that the case was In reality no worse than it lyid been on Saturday or Sunday By the exer cise o0 his prerogative the king could at any moment free his minister or mitigate the sentence notwithstanding the fact that the commission had signed the bill of attainder in his naIPe Tuesday seemed to bear out these surmises Frances determined to see the king once more and learn from his own lips the fate of her father but when she reached Whitehall she found some commotion there for Cbarlqswas taking his departure from the palace and people said he was on his way to the house of lords and that it was like- iy he had determined to let Strafford go In the evening she learned authoritatively the object of the kings visit to the house of lords He had pleaded earnestly for the life of his minister promising if he were released never again to employ him even in the mean est capacity He Implored them nt least to grant a reprieve untlj Saturday and tills tvas so small a favor for a king to ask that Vollins was sure it would be granted and that many things might happen in the intervening days The confidence of a nina so gen emily despairing as Vollins hi the cer tainty of a short reprieve and In the ultimate safety of Lord Stratford did much to bring the girl to a like belief but she resolved nevertheless to see the king next day if she could win her way into Whitehall palace Wednesday saw no excitement oil the streets rcople were going soberly about each on his own affairs and tho reprieve had provoked no outburst which in itself was a hopeful sign Frances had grown to tear the hud and cry of the mob even more than she feared the indecision of the king If he were left untcrrlfied all his tenden cy was toward mercy and the keeping of his oath There was no crowd to distract the attention of the guard at the palace gates opening on Whitehall and they absolutely refused to grant her admis sion without an order She turned to the captain of the guard and asked bow such an order could be obtained mid that oUlclal apparently Struck by her youth and beauty as well as her evi dent distress said thatif she knew any one about the court Who might be sent tor and who proved iwllUng to vouch for her ho would allow her to pass nut the rufb at the gate was strict because of past disturbances nUll he had no option but refusal unless she went in under the convoy of sonic one in authority Frances pondered a few moments and Iiesltntod but her need was great mid she could not choose when It came to llmllng security At lust tlht said with reluctance nni nfuuaintcd with iL IV rv FOR BOTH One disease of thinness an children is scrofula in adults poorlIOOd Iel1il1IICSHovovcoifiing lliemI j cod liver oil makes the best Und healthiest rot anti rCOTTS EMULSIONis lonn of cod liver oil Heres a latnral order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is of so much value in all cases of terofulii and consumption More nt more weight raoie nourish neut thats Ahy- Svnd for fivo sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists JfAtr t IS 7L t IL t Opportunities in California f fih j i it The trade in the Orient is opening up- 4 ft I Our exports to Japan arid Chinai multiplied Ir ii during the last year V f 1 v f There will soon be a J tremendous mcrease Liit the ttrade df the Pacific Coast ties with thpFr i 1litEUf 1l JI Bigi opportunities for the man wharvesi there Why not lodk tlie fieldl over V r Vttt jAngelesj 2930 31 Junei August 6 71 8 9 ib n 12 131 Iand 14 1905 Tickets good oi1 return fbr9p paYs Rate for a doubly berth m a comfortable tour i 1st sleeper from Chicago to San Frahck0 L6si fjAngeles Santa Barbara and many of hits j in California only 7 Through train ervic from i 11jj i Union Passenger Station Chicago via theI V f V Chicago Milwaukee St Paul J t I r Iii Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Linef3 fiJI j r LiffiitedJeavingUnionPassenger j if Expres at 1025 pm The California Express carritoufist Jisleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry i r through standard sleepers v 1r f t j tI Complete information sent free on receipt of coupon with blank lines filled W S HOWELL Genl Eaitern Agent Broadway NEW YORK CITY or F A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO CJV UC iMUi- Jil do slot know but twill be speed ascertainedWith Invited her to a seat In the guardhouse and sent a messenger for De Courcy knowing there would be prompt response when the French beuut1tulladyawaIted mistaken De Courcy came as deb nalc and as well groomed as usual twirling his light mustache and doffing his nat with a grand air when he saw who his petitioner was I wish tp see his majesty again said Frances rising but they detain me at fhe gate and I have no one to vouch for me unless you will be so kind though I am sorry to trouble you To pleasure me mademoiselle you must mean Tisan ungallant country as I have always said when they keep so fair a maid awaltlng Such a boors ish act is not conceivable In Frances Most honored am I to be your sponsor and It gratifies me tp tell you that the king Is at present disengaged 1 beg youto accompany me The friend of the queen did not even trouble to make any explanation to the captain of the guard and be was too powerful a courtier to have anything he lId questioned by the underlings It vas palpable that the officer had small lining fpr him but wholesome fear of his influence In high places As the two crossed the yard together this young man said with the greatest affability Would yOu prefer to pc the king alone or In company Oh alone It it be possible Quite possible I shall delight in ar ranging a private Interview and nm ure his majesty will not refuse my request If you do not wish to meet any cr the court I can take you to him by II private route vjiere we are almost certain to encounter none I shall deeply Indebted tp you They threaded their way through devious and lubyrluthian passages turning now to the right nov to the left sometimes ascending a few steps and sometimes n narrow stairway un til nt last the guide came to a door vfilch he pushed open If you will wait here for moment I vlll go and fetch the king He bowed gracefully as she passed through the doorway entering a square room the walls of which were decorated by groups of swords and rapiers of various sorts a veritable armory A table occupied the center andthere were several chairs with a lounge against the wall A door opened upon an Inner room Do Courcy iInstead of taking his departure stepped in quick ly after tbe girl closed the ddor and turned the key In the lock With the grating of the key came the first sus picion to the ihlndof Frances that her guide was treacherous Much as she had alwltys distrusted him It seemed Incredible that knowing her to be the daughter of the Earl of Strafford any thing disastrous might befall her here In the very palace of the king the sworn protector of his people The leer on De Courcys fate null his words speedily disUluspncd her v If you will be seatedmy tear we may have some converse Interesting mid entertaining to us both You can scarcely Imagine any Joy at seeing so lovely a visitor In my poor apart lllte t t TO BE COXTKUED j HOW This i We ofFer One Hundred Dollara Reward for any gas of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO1 Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last is years and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WARDING KINNAK MRVIK Wholesale Drugpists ToledoO Halls Catarrh Cure is taken litter nally acting directly upon tub blood and mucous surfaces of he system Testimonials sent free Sold bYDrugfflsts PICI 75c per ottleJSiLiLij2 1 Pills for coosti r e Ar Ill Nam- eL t tI r j l t J t JStreet addrdss- I 51 f I citySc St t 4 Irobabie JSdetinauon IiCALIFORNIA J iiS t j jr ClaliDg list for 1905 r1 jli We offer below an attractive clubbing list which mcuded nearly all the city papers and leading magazines All new cashV j subscribers and all who pay up andjeaew will tie giveil the NEw t LEADER and any of the papers below fohonQyea f j Jl Louisville Post daily 3 50 ji1 k j Courier Journal daily I J IjB 40 i J kftotimBsljaaiit 11Y v rvn ij 00 trJ l Hj T fniiwillpPIVirsilfl daily i i l i250i 4ilt f CourerJournal weekly r fi iSri J 60 Louisviille Herald weeklyi i 25 Lomean d Farm LSv w a 25 1 j t r ii t ti I FarmersilomejournalY f if 7 ftt Cincinnati Commercial Trib11 t Ht 4O 1 fIry J j q 1 CincinnatiEnquirerS11 65J t Country Gentleman t 2 OO f 1 I Breeders Gazette 2 OJ ti tNI I jfInteistatePoultryrnau fi 51SP + fOb farmer 1 5O t10 v fks t 9 111The111 J M f VtrJ TT f fttjWomaH some Compam n 1 1fln F t McClures j 1r5 t 1 t Harpers M MtZlne 4 25 to j 4 2JiHarpers o r Harpers Bazar j lt5Nt M t ii AmericanAgriculturisti1B5 1fi4lt i v w1Special rates given on many other publications notientk5e j above which will be made known on appUcatioafto ff tXv E Li DAVISN Jr v NEWSLAD1RSprrngfieldKy i Won UlaDetf A hotel proprietor In Baltimore teMv an amusing story In whldi the mainS figure lis an old gentleman well to the waiters lIn the hotels ofthe Mon umental City for his aversion to the tipping system One evening tho old gentleman hiv tag finished his dinner was preparing to Jeave the hotel wjlen the darky who had served him bowed ned said Tbsfnlr you very much sah- Whaf the deuce arQ you thanking me forl angrily demanded the old tel low I havent given you anything flats Jest It boss responded the waiter i bet No JO cents dht yOu wouldnt tip me Harpers Weekly nembrnnJt ami Mnrlllo Through the eighteenth century Dutth painters like those of Other Countries turned to Italy for inspira thou Uembrandts marvels of tIght were forgotten or condemned by Ignorant critics his portraits that search into the souls of his subjects despised for their laborious Ignorant diligence He was neglected whjle Murlllo cqn- ttnupd to be abuudautljiadmjrcd Jfdw box ever MurllloIs esteemed less high ly and Itembraudt has peen restored to his place among the gujnts St Nlchp Jan jSFalllrifT Hair Hair nearly always begins to tall Jn one of two places at tile temples and where It iIs parted If a new pOrts lngibe given the old jone will be af forded a chance of recovering Itself provided of course that propeij meLts ures be employed Tim chief reason for nail falliiigpnt wlicre it Is parted scents to be the strain that Js brought to bear by comb and brush Jii WIth flllrn1te ts no more dangerous than to neglect kidney disorders Fbley g Kidney Cure corrects irregularities And has cured many severe cass after otWr treaement has failed It builds ui the worn out tissues and restores health and vigor I was troublefi with IcJd aey complaint for aboul tnfo JIwrite i ft Davis ofMt Sterling Iowa but two bottles of IFoley a Kld aey Cure effected a permaUeUt uiett cA5ri ii tGOTt t JtMfrcrc fcy a W mm t The Idto W W Corcornu the liilHloi alre philanthropist of Washlaf t y who Igajvc to the city the jWagnifie jt nftgaUery which bears Lilt ilil QW lu veryvfoM of tolIug bawI1cwas oaeirj Of overmatched l ya wen lllitmaltIelf1ci dj frooi whom be desired fo purcttiii 4 a piece of lirpperty 3Ir dorcfaran was the owner ot tkji Arllhgtin hotel at the corner ef y c snout avenue and H street Adjoiniair the hot jl property on flie II s hfet Blski was a iandsome browutpnoiDatlSL4a owned by tInt maiden lady The 1o4 t upon which the hdusa was Wll eirtendodbc k to Itircet a dbstaae rf four h zidred feet and abutted oa ti rear of the hotel property ilr Oorcortyi found Ifeery to enlargt the hotel property sad Ith this ed In view desired to purclw the re r end of the lot owned by iM maided lajiy As she Was very wetIth he knew that a large price woqld ot be any spccial InchuceHi and fi r a time vajf ttt n loss to kno exactly how tn approach her Ho llni ly concluded toio stralgljt to tim poiy and thbicfom address tor the BEES J LaxatiyoIi HONEY 4A- n i Cough Lung W Remedies i Cf G tlyMove P1efltt5goOdlikefr pift viL T niA t L 5AAa I r- j 1 OBJIJDRTONMftfOCNT J I TEETH EXTRACTED lTUT PAIN OvcjIag Block up stairs SBEINGFiELD KY All Dental Work strictly J Firstclass 1- J DR JJ VH LyMPTON f r OFFICE r IInOpera 1touse VFGRIGSBYe1I k ATTORNEYATAW 4r office over Pebples t Hank l fit BPRINfrFJEfD KY 5to J f Jot BRoBARDS M W FYATT RoBARDS HYATT I Pijsicijmsi and Surgeons Office next to Clerks Office t JAMES GRAVES r J PRACTICAL atthmakeraid Jeweler f t parrIes line of Watches Clocks j nd Jewelry Repairing a Spe 4iiF cialty Located on Main Street iI 4 opposite P4resbyteriac church a Springfield iCy t II f f DR W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Havdon Barber i Dental work atraasonableprices 4 All work guaranteed bSPRINGFIELD KY i JOHN Y WAVES f rr 4 FfflAL DIRECTOR i AAND LICENSED EMBAlMER TELEPHONE it i pAY i9a NIGHT 74 f sV WMIEiDKYi Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Eardtown w and Springfield branch railroad Nd 4l L ayes Louisville at L 410 p mt Bardstown Junction1 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm i arrives at Springfield 645 p m r1No 42leaves Springfield a m Bardstown 617 am 4 Bardsijown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at ri 73Oamtt Bardstown Junction 930mm Bardstown 1115 a m r arrives at Springfield 1240 p No44 Leaves Springfield I 120 pm Bardsfown 230 pm Bardstown Junction 435 ptn rP arrives at Louisville 545 pm c No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves SprinKtield at 715 am Bards wtown 8 am Bard town Junction 1 845 am arrives at Loujsville I935a lNo 91 Sundays onlyLeaves j Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown l rundtiOD 6 50 pm4 Bards town 735 pm arrives at Springfield Q95pn j Ic Ir r t Gotct W e IIl Jk Stay Well f T z YouOan tL l Fwjr You should fortify your j- e system against disease Jm C prove your health Purify yourblood You can do so 1 by the use of I i Felir Malt Tonic 9 t fvJMst think 2 OO per j dozen1llundred of cases V d scltf onthty tr e W 5 HAgANgtnie a J fl1j i t a a You can apply gh t1wlicre theijalnTs It isputpp iinjct J will nozzle attachment1atpiMtt1bes y f iitroducingi it ManZan tp- kMutlyl jCyii and cures all kincs off bl4iitchiigautIprotruiu u1d ir UaydonPIarmay i I TOWN r m tl1WiIwwwu Local Happenings or Interest The Freshest and Latest Ii s jFflendsiadS WMM5 5WMW 5 7W4W ISalt Rising bred at Jno a atJnoIQWanted liams shoulders side meatatTTno C Shaders A new line of childrens head earat the Knott Millinery Co Try yno Q5 Shader for groceries Every thing nice and fresh If you vantthe best buy Old Hottestjycoffee Jno C Shader sole agent Pure country sorghum moI lasses and apple vinegar at Jno C Shaders If you want a nice country hamI remember I have it any size any price C W Hagan Call Phone 116 for fruits i vegetables and roeriesFre delivery Jno Gi Shader Monday 22di county court is bargain day as usuaLl P J Thomas I want jour bacon and ardI Will payabove market if brought at once P J Thomas The greatest bargain of the season iin remnants and cdds and ends shoes etc P f Thomas If any time 7pu want some thing good to eat call or phone me and it will besent to you at once C W Hagan + A special line of cheap hats for general wear to be seen Sat urday at the Knott Millinery Cos store Nov is the time to sell your bacon and hams Remember I pay the highest market price cashif prefured C W Hagan We haye just received another shipment Qf5 fine hats The latest patterns Knott Millinery Co When you have anything to sell and dont want to trade it Up remember tpay cash More money than gods JW Hagan Linen caps apfi hats for boys and girls The newest thing for summer weUrj See them at Koott Millinery Go As you pass by stop and getI one of those bottles of Fehr- sMaltoulf the ice box If yOu get one you will want them all C W Hasan The regulaij May term of Qir cuit Court begins here next Mon day The dockets are light and very Isw cases of importance will be tried Thesummejr season is on and it is hard to keep butter nice but yoii know I am the ice man and always have it firm imd nice C W Hagan V l Marriage J censes were issued this week to Mr Ray Foster and Miss Kate Hardin and to Mr Clarence EI Asbby and Miss Gertha Keeling They are all young people of the Northern part of the county IvIC Marks brought home tlie otlier daythe skin of an im mense rattle snake Which was recently killed by some of the workmen who are engaged in getting out timber down in But lett county The snake measured five feet in length and had eight iratties land a butt n The Third fQuarerly Meeting for Sr ring eld Circuit wilt beheld at Eat Texas on Wednes day and Thursday May 24 and 25 The services will begin onl closerOn Thursday at 8 pm Please remember the time and be with us in these meetings r J G HOSKINSQK P C TheTemalns of Mr J Sweeney who died near Samuels on last Sunday were brought to tIns plaqe Monday on the noon train and fciken onto Mackville for burial The deceased was about 65 years Of age and a bachelor He lived all of his life hi this cpunty near Mdckville and vas DeIIlaree1lPeters cemet ry Mackvftle Mr Lee David Hatchett undl Mrs Maggie Hardin were mar ried last Friday in the county TOEICSII clerks offiee StevW H wil- liams offlcniting The bride was the widow of John Hardin who was sent to the Insane Asylum and who died at that institution Some time ago Mr Hatchett is ia farmer They live in the Polin neighborhood The Washington County Sunday gfchool Association held its annual meeting at the Presby terian cnurch here on last Saturday Therewas only a small qrbwd present but an interest program was rendered State Organizer F T Fox was present and gave some interesting facts concerning the work fthe or ganization throughout the State Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows W F Grigsby President W A Waters VicePresident Mrs Byron Croake Secretary Nr Lawrence Ed oSF of this o ty an MTh rrtW1 han of Nelson county were quietly married atthe home of Mr and Mrs Byron Oroake on last Thurs lay Mr Ross is a popular young farmer and to bacco gaower and lives in the Frederickstown neighborhood He is a brother of Mrs Byron Croake ThE bride is the charm ing daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Hanrahan who live near Bardstojvn The Young people have niany friends who will CX tend best wishes BaseBall t Th college club of ba e ball players of Bardstown came up Tuesday and played a math gameiof ball with the 1oig oftlie Springfield Graded School The game was little too onesided to be interesting the home boys out playing the visitors qi every point Will Waters did the pitching for the Spring field team and he was supported behind the bat by Leo Simms The visitor were unable to do any thing with Waters delivery and up until the eight enriing did not succeed in making a run In that inriing they made seven r runs on some errors lease on balls and a hit or two The Springfield team had no difficulty in solving SulliWns curves and during the course of the game they pilled up 19 tallies Cur ing the game Monfort one of Bardstowns players was knocked senseless by colliding with the center fielder He was severely hurt for a time and was unable to play duringthe re tof the game The Bardstown players area gentlemanly set of yoijng men and Springfield will be glad to welqome them again The score was Springfield Ill Bards tpwn7S New Rural Route The efforts of Postmaster Waters and others in revising the Rural Free Delivery service in the Southwestern end of the county are about to be crowned with success so we understand The plan is to make a change in the route of R F D No2 and to establish a new route to be known as R F DJ No5 It is proposed to have No2 carrier to tike the Bardstown pike from Springfield direct to Fredericks town thence to Mclntire post office thence out to the St Rose and Loietto turnpike tlience lo Ceciiville acd on to Springfield asat present Numbers the new route if establish d will go out the Bards town pike to the St Rcse and Loretto pik to Cecilville then by dirt road to a point on BIrds town pike near Clements bridge thence out Ihe Almsnouse road by way of Mclntire postoffice to Blinco thenc via Blinco and Lorettj pike to Gasburg thenca via St Rose and Loretto pike to Louts Sansbnry thence viA old ETown road to a point on tim St Rose and Loretto pikE near T P OBryans place thence to Springfield This ar rangement it is said will practically cover the southwestern end of the county and will give to the citizens of that section an excellent mliJser iceISale of Franchser Pursuant to an oidinanc pass ed by the City Council of the city of Springfield Ky at its regular May meeting I will on Saturday May the 20th 1905 offer for sale at the court house thejhighestand lic outcry at 2 oclock P M or there about a franchise or prive lige to erect operate and man tain a telephone exchange em oracing central office apparatus telephone poles fixtures cables mind wires along through over and under the streets side walks and alleys of the city of Spring field Ky on the terms and con ditions ssetout iru the ordiI nance creating said franchise o Wharton Clerk C 0 h pigfKy Dinner The Ladies of the Christian church at Mackville will give a court day dinner at Springfield Ky May 22 1905 for the belie fit of the new Christian church at Mackville in the store room of Uriah Martin opposite vVhar 4on Tapps stable t I Taken Dp On my place the day after the electionlafit November an old red COwThe owner can have same by pajying for its keep and for this advertisement 193t L M REED PERSONAL Miss May O rrey if quite sick J L Allen was in Elizabeth town Sunday j SC D Robertson went to Lout isville yesterday Mrs H MDNan was in Lou isville Saturday Miss MyrtleTrice is visiting friends in Louisville Postmaster Waters was in Bardstown yesterday Mr Wallace McElroy of Lebanon was here yesterday Garland Thompson of Louis ville was in toiwriTriday Miss Hadgie Browne was in Louis ville last Saturday Mr GV ShiHey of Tatham Springs was in town Tuesday Misses Mary and Lucy Brown were in Louisville last Saturday Miss MJbrguretSpalding spent d few days at Nazareth last week Miss Nellie Barr of Nashville is visiting Miss Mary McCabe Messrs Cliff Roberts and Scott McCabe were at Maud Sunday- Wrs Elizabeth Durrett and two sons were in Louisville Sat urday Miss AlethaireI Medley has rev turned from a short visit to Lou isville Mr Will Arnold and wife of Mackville visited friends here Tuesday Mr Frank 3Vells of Taylors ville is visiting his brother T D Wells j Misses Mabell Thompson and I Graham nnA sdiilwerel in Leb anon Friday Miss Penn has gone to Sadie vile to spend the summer with her brother Dr Price Wells has returned from a visit toDayton Ohio and Louisville OOOO ooOO When You Feel I 1 All Tagged Out liike YIMAbT It is Natures curli for 1 that tired feeling When you are run down and feelmor- bid and discouraged you need something to revive your 5 1enegy and courage Get a bottle ot 1 LIMPLJTof it when you go to bed and the rest in the 5 You will feelitsl beneficial effects immediately 5 IIJakopart new life into you because it is Natures heal hI4 5 a dozen bottles take at least one a day 4 5 you nIb resorted to your old self again 4 5 HA DONS DRUGSTORE sc 5 If I l t 44444 4c irykas Te e- i i 1o savots 1 t Prcscriptioiisarc compounded hero in a room apart from the store TheItadvantages of this plan are obvious J The prescriptiomst is separated from the noise and bustle of the store 4He is nipt calied from his work i ps wait on trade Heis free from iotttrusion He is able to his entire attenti m upon the hand Thi feature is oqeofworkiQIIprovided here for the pr te j our pustomers i Our prices on prescription work iare never higher than elsewhere J iJi ic i 1The New livery Stable t conducted by fBOBLITTO EiSOR BROWN 4 It is fiiilr equ7pea OWithnew rigs and safe 1 and fast horses A s are of the pubic jgatronage is so licited and our endeavor is to please i First Class Equipment Hauling pone lyI For Traveling Salesmen the day or contract Main Street opposite Opera House Phone 5 Mr IL M Moss an Miss Susie Penn were iin Louisville a few days last week Mrs Bessie Reidelof Taylors ville is visiting Ijer parents rand Mrs Boblett Mr Fred Hagan who las been quite sick with pneumonia is somewhat improved V Mrs P G McElroy enter tiined a few Jendsat flinch last Tlmrsday afternoon Dr J B RoBards has returned from a visit to his parents at HendersonvilleYN C Mt Frank Lewis of Breckeu ridge county visited Miss Sadie Ma es here this week Mr J C Owens an attorney of LeRoy 111 was here tie first of tIle week on business Mr Sam Hardesty and wifef Lebanon visited friends here the latter part of last week Mr Guy Wigginton of Fairfield was visiting C W Hagan Sunday and Monday Mrs W F Trusty has returned from an extended visit to her parents at New Hope Miss Elisa Clark of Fairfielq was the guest of Miss Mary Mc Cabe Sunday andMondmy Misses Lilian and JosepHine Shehan of Bloomfield visited Mrs Lev TJBrown last week Mrs Newell McClaskey and daughter Ethel of Bloomfield are visitng t hes Misses Brown Mfss Bettie Irvine is visiting lier brtotlier Robert Cabell wHo is sick at St Joseph Infirmary Mrs Hugh Phillipp McQhofd entertained a number of friends at flinch Vednesday afternoon Messrs William H and James L Wharton were at home from LouisviHe Sunday and Monday M ids Carrie Edelen is absent from her ot at Cunninglini Duncans on account of being ick Mrs Hyatt of Wiliisburg who has been the guest of her son Dr M W Byatt has returned to her home Mr and Mrs VP Gtfgsby spent Sunday with David CoKen dolpherS family neaiv Bloom field Mrs J Smith Barlow and Master Thomas Smith of Bards town are visiting friends here this week n C W Hagan and Mirsa Elisa Clark Guy Wigginton and Miss Mary McCabe wore in Lebanon Sunday Mr Tom toker and Harrol Hurst of 1rrJstown were the guests Of Miss Myrtle Price last Sunday Mrs James R Claybropke has returned from avisitto her daughter Mrs John Offutl of Bloomfield Mrs J F Pettus and little daughter have returned from Henders0nville N C Mrs Pettus Jiealtli is much improved by her stay iih the mountains IThos A Medley who has been a citizen of Owensboro since last fall is here this weekshaking hands with his old friendsr Thomas sayshe likes Owensboro and is hard at work Mr John A Simms jwho is now a citizen of Chattanoogais here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs T W Simms John is just recovering from a severe spell of sickness Mrs George Greene and son George and two younger sons came in Sunday for a visit to relatives Young Geoge has a position with the Courier Jour nal and returned yesterday Mr John Burns a formerciti zen of this county who has been making his home m Pendletoff county for severaL years is here this week to look after some business interests and to visit old friends The following1 party went fish ing Wednesday Misses Jennie McCabe Nellie Qarrv Myrtle Price Sarah Simms Bessie and Marcia Leachnnn Messrs Shaker Robertson Will Medley L E Walter and David Litsey Announcement is made of the approaching marriage of Miss Lois Gowdy of Campbellsville to Mr William S Hill The weddingis to take place at the home of the bride on May 25th Miss Gowdy has been a frequent Visitor in Springfield and has many friends here who wish her much happiness Mr Hill is travelling saleman for the Belk nap Hardware Co LETTER LIST Remaining uaclaimed in the Springfield postoffice for weekending May ilG 190- 5lMrs Sudie Carrier Rev P B Davies Ed S Ecklea Kat iWill Rev J D Larkin E M Parrot Bradie Perdue Miss Mehaley Rbby Mrs Joe Roby Miss Mary Rogers E M Star ens Persons caning tor tnese letters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M Kills rnf Peiplc San Diego Cal William P Robinson a house cleaner ran amuck ip this town killing four persons wounding one otber causing serious injury to still another and then blew out his brains The four of those killed met almost instantaneous death The dead are Williain Stewart Mrs Emma Stewart H W Chase Harry Doddrige and W P Robinson Mrs W P Dod dridge and W H Doddridge were wounded At I first it was supposed to be the work of a liquorcrazed man but later it was stated that Robinson had been heard to make threats against Doddtidge whq he claimed had onca been engaged ian attempt to have him shanghaied whence was a Mtilpf It issaidalw that he had expressed adlu1ke for the S warts Robinson kas relatives living at Riverdale Ind jir 9oooooooooQoo- oooq q Saturday Bargains t iSt CALICOES I I i 3io Per d J ii c jjr1 On fy 2000 yards snlS Iat histprie and for one dgy I I 18 Full Stockofr SufflffleJ IloveltieB 8g 6if o We keap up wit h the llatest lads iZ I Beautfui line of Li- dtsreadytowear raists and embroidered waist patterns I Justt received thecor rect things in boysj and girlsi head wear New shapes in CorsetSj fine Hosiery Gloves cf ERTSOlrBRosilj I KH 666 OO6O66OO6 111 t liiiiiW WIilijwwl ilWiWijMwgitiWiw 11 Ir9 I Hats for Men I i aII3 3 33 itt a imib I3 Vjfe have acom plete line of the latest fshapes in hats for men Besides the t clebrte4Swan brand fwe have a new line Jfe r IPanft1ui I C plFother style j l Prices to SUIt AllI ttfliII t See our new and fresh line rrr Shirts which 5 ililt j 3 includes the Monarch negligee the Famous the tlijj If best 56 cent Shirt on the market j tr3 We call especial attenition to our lHne of EtJ fe3tt g quality and the assortment 1J tt v 3 Ifyou are contemplating trip this Summer 9 let us sell you one of our newteti dress suit casts t i flrondy Claybrooke i icIntfregft IJ 3 THE DOUBLE STORE ltt i i Peoples Deposit BanA r IPAINfllLD K JI+ Capital fSOOOO Surplus and Prof It f2eQ1I H f SOFFICERS4eo D Rob rtspnPreiIdentli HThurpa ViccPreL dent J A RonJwar e Oashjier Chas MMcCfcord AssistantCashier H G LceBaokICetper DIRECTORS coD Robertsott I Hi Thurraaa W X GrahaGIL Haydon J W Satterly T Sf Blaafwr Pktrons enjoy every privilege usually jexteBdcilqr Tellable Mt3 well equipped Batiks Prospective depositors are imvit d te writeol call in person j a Q The Springfields Meat larlett L- Lt 11 I F T COX c COiPfQprs mIs the place to buy only tueiiei ai s et 5lt fresh and salted I iiFISH AND OYSTERSS IIKSn i 11 t lo h ICL 11j thiring bssMmI and ourtti c + Imbs P Highest ek I- tallow and goodi butter Weiate +FT ia ill tm fat beeves ifJ- fl1 ct toi I tTelephone 95 SPIflNOPIELD KY ilfl g I I tT f Jail Delivery r ddcftb yA jail delivery It at South l nd Livingston county J 4 2i Xr JIJIIti ijgbt mulled in three T TL ibs fcr iwriKwirs scapiog J it hgalleged murder rt TJwy awed two bars and 1 t 1Il1pe i the jail door A negro MMMd CkwaoaoBS chargedVwitb3 tfi Jki stealinff who re fused to go r Wthe Jailer It4 pm Ho f3i r idtbsyb4dbeetfoutaboutan hour The men who escaped tk are Jim V IIwhit charged fIIt with killiog John Hcckenberry I f a1dthrowinghis body Into the f1 1 Cumberland river a few we ks t Jato 3axe9 Go watt white wbt y aid killed Warren Wo1 L55p wt and was captured twc 4F I z ksgot Reef Foot Lake Wt Tmnafterhaving ben atlarJ- Iit I teffoyear and Will Proctor cal 10 L on wboiisaidtOhavekndckcdv j1 a rociter1 on the Evan villc picket iaeed Young ino the i iQWIIiIProckat ihe rec n term f I C1rrWiveo tw nlyoneyear I 1 a MW trialI c rl tf 7rieveittve 1 Mfsipitis r A Ketucky Congressman elf i 1JlJcI 1 tii TO ivia1 qualities who lat f rViited a fri nd living in I tow9a the fower MississipPI B o 6k with him his servant a J H AS4if4r old negro of seventy4 T J t F f 3f3Mwr t larifval thejiS host g Md risen itue ear ler than T Rencountered the colored groudstr spit f 7 obfL eIiiorrytOsayeyre pret y t Sjustn W t I re1Ii t jyenin Marie Joha when he 1 4g4went to bed was so intoxercate i 7be dot mind de skeeters at all an dis morIn de skeeters is so inJoxercated dey dont mind i MeJohn Times t J yt t AwcstfTtf 27- 4rIs bP LouisvJlle Herald 11 t f Pes Tucker l3r f a pioneer f f tdfiSouthern Indiana who lives iJ in Patoka township Crawford iir ifocLy T c6untron the Southern railroad 4 J mllea from New Alb3ny is I thheadofa familj in which tiiicf Wno race suicide Mr 2 Tuclcerls the ancestorof a prog 2r S lYlot 274 living persons He hselvechi1dren1seventyfivet3J 1i 152 greatgrandV i childred Ind thirtytwo great t greftt gratdchildren 6f the children his daughters iit B rah an Margaret Tucker did i harry Hiseidest son Jacob r Tucker has two children seven ir tee grandchildren and twenty 1 ttM greatgrandchildren Jesse iJ Tucker three children and two ot grandchildren Mrs Alice Tucke 4 5t GilletteI fourteen children forty elevenIckcr eleven children and y4hirtysixgrandchiIdreDSusanua childrenL5IyI eleVengra grandchildrenRrchel I JlSttcKerStroad eight childrer JAnd fiVe grandChildren Anna TickerKnight six children and Jt f tvelvel grandchildren Nancy i i v Tucker King seven children and t Marytf i and ten grandchildren James H childrenaqdfiVffgrandchildren 1 Mr Tucker is ninety five years old and has liyed in Ciawf rd f county since lc23 de w s mar- i I InIw r UEeSrMteIce YesterdfiLV Afternoon jit 4 J fI H iA v oJock the jur r in the Obe Dem- 4 aree murder case returned a 1Jr V T rdictbf guLty and fixed hif- jSaSishment xjff1 at imprisonment for- M 1ife4i h the penitentiary The fr i jjury was out foreabbut three I antnoun d thot a verdict hail ben iL r t reached the yello i cheeks of J J rf X iE n f tT L an epidemic of and most diseases ii5V MS cued by germs itjs the 3m ptr oa with a weak ttomnch who v iv fit1 r Jf 7 viffer irith pains op Ii JMtrfM after eatingt headache r Ci t f ttiitliJbKrf isesj sour fooda t J YI j tiuth dizzi s ta th htrt p cks tefor fliijIiI4getwell ooOOtTJ jf IHALCSi Whynot stop this fillipe pf your hair At this rate you will o1be without any hair fl JSt remember that Halls Hair R tops flllinr hair and makes hair grow Demaree grew ashy white and his eyes wanjdered from face to face in anxiety But when the verdict was read he gave ho ex pre3 ion and was soon again bis stolid self Col Gahher and Mr an1dn made a galant fight to apquit the negro upoi the plea ofi accident but CQmrnOU- wealths Attorney Hardm nnd i County Attorney Allin conducted the prosecution in a masterly man 1eJand made sure a con viet The the firstion jury on Ballot stood six fur the death peoelty fouii fpr a life term and two for twentyone years and are deserving of ccm nendation Harrodsburg Democrat f I Tne RlCh stMan tlllllJ W ljt The richest man in the world anno- 1ae his kidneys replaced nbr live without them so it Is important not to negle t these organs If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign of danger the symptoms will disap pear and your health will be restored as it strengthens and builds up these organsks nothing else will Oscar Botnan Lebanon Ky writes I have used Foloys I idnpy CurQ and takegreat pleasure in su tr gitccjired me permanently of kidney disease which rorfginlywnnM bnyA Rd Sfnfei For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store McKniBhts Plea Retflsed WashingtonPresidentRoose- ve t denieti the application of J M1 M Knigbt for a pardon from the penitentiary in Atlanta Ga McKnight istbe man who wrecked the German National Bank of Louisville of which he was President This is the third time executi e clemency has ben sought for and denied The late President McKinley refused to pardon him and two y ars ago President Roosevelt denied his application Mc Knights latest Effort to secure his freedom Ws through former Gov Bradley of Kentucky Bradley came here during the winter and laid the case before the President personally The President directed the Department of Justice to mike AttorneyGeneral in the ease to the President This afternoon the President denied the application Icat1ier Pi1 Persons afflicted with Piles should bu careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad drinking water contribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and danger jus DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve tops the pain draws out the soreness and cures Get the genuine bearing the name pf E C DcWitt Co Sold y allDruggSts Pinetlve acts like a poultice Best thing in the world for boils burns bracked hands tetter etc Sold by Saydons Pharmrci Snakes furnish Sport inal1 snakes that objected Ho being pelted by the trivinfif rain of Saturday were iriven out of the swamps at Ninth and Spring streets in Jef fersonyille where several bun diedoftnem have been kiiled y crowds of boys and young men who entered heartily into tne sport that is supposed to have St Pati ick famous None footiOmmorly called water snakes Not lless than 100 of the reptiles were hanging on the arb wire fence near the Pen nsylvania railroad tracks and laYS with sticks in band could J ejeen cojitiflnally adding tolh lumber of the slaughtered Some of the bolder youngsters carried home in their hands or n ugly secreted in their pockets a living squirming creatures with which to terrify their sis er or to cause a diversion iu t moroatony cf school hours Lou Herald i E DWO T01VOIO GERM DIEASE8i- StrAgthen 4r 5tdJcl t a T te t the Stomach and Digestion and You Will 1f 1r iri 4Keep Well j i 4t S33 l i JWlwBihcreJs Nsftrwifaease atw e e tThousand little e g strengthening the stomach wi h Miona Just one small tablet out of a lifty cent box before eating and your digestive sys te iwill become so strong that you win be the embodiment of gpo4 health and spiritsr and need 4feargerm diseaseas DrugStorEitwlrch ttieyVell Mi6 na it cost nithing unless if cures l VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairReoewer u a coiC Over the Border Continued from page 4 r Itlr you sia you would bring the king A gentleman keeps his word Oh the king In good time my pret ty one Charles is but a doleful tOm panioh just flow and we ard well quit of him As for a mans word the fashion seems to be the breaking of it example being set us poor gentlemen i in the highest places For instance our last discussion related to marriage but times have changed since that day and you will not be so cruel as to expect me to carry out the good domestic intentions I then expressed Sir I am very lndl shall hear no more of them i Truly Then sJmuch the better I expected tears and reproaches Jutt am pleased you are not given to corn plaining By my honor I love you 10tbe more for it So then Ill steallu- kiss from those ripe lips to seal the new compact we are to make and I warn you that a scream Is not likely to be heard from this chamber I need not your warning You shall neither hear me scream nor see me weep v By St Denis I lire your spirit Some scream and some weep but they nil end by clinging Sir a warning for your warning Approach not another step nearer me Stand aside rather and allow me quit tnnce of this place as freely as I ig Jnoraritly came hltbgr And If I ianoT consent curwUl be the worse1 for You spur an Inclination already highly meWed Still would I treat you with all courtesy You are a nameless woman and many of the highest dames in England are proud to call me their friend That I believe to be as untrue as your saying I am a nameless woman Nevertheless one is ns true as the other Your father never acknowl edged you He has been burdened with Wore Important affairs but be will do so when he is tree During this dialogue the participants had been constantly changing their positions De Courcy advancing jind Frances retreating keeping the tqble between them The girls design was plain enough She desired to holJ1lm in conversation gradually shlf fDr bcr position until she got between hbWtnd the door when a sudden dash might give her freedom But he easily fath omed this design and laughed as Ye checkmated It At her lost worda however he drew himself upright a look of genuine amazement overspread lug his face When he is free he echoed Pow ers of heaven Then you have not come jto reproach the king but to plead with himi Why should reproach him r Clt would surely be useless enough but feminine Why Because Gregory Brandon with one good stroke sewed the kings word and Stratfords neck on Tower hill this morning The girls face went wtylte as pie kerchief about her throat and sway Ing half an instant she le fned against the table for support Something in the brutal method of thje announce meat convinced hpr of It1tthth more surely than if lie had spoken witlfnil the solemnity of which he might b capable Yet she struggled not to be Hove You are lying to me she gasped Far from it my little lady How could I imagine you did not know You are surely the ojily person in Lou don who is ignorant of It Why is everything so quiet near Whitehall where the generous citizens have been so solicitous about us of late MerelyI because the center of changed to the other end of the town and a rare show was put on the staget forjall good people to see free of costt to themselves unless they have the brains to know pf what they are be left byStraffords death which is mostt tinJfkclrIAs he spoke he had been edging toI ward her catlike but she paid no heed to him Then with a spring be caught her wrists but she did not move oi make any effort to free herself Sho looked dully at blmnsrIf wondering why he acted so You will be pleased to withdraw yourself sir and let melgo My heartt is broken Silo spoke with forced enlmness but there was a tremor in her tone tlt ICIlit Joubfon her former assertion re gardjg the tears Your heart is not broken and it It was Id mend It for you Absurd Why you knew the man for scarce a day and that time is full short for the growth of any large affection cI shall never love any as I have loved him Tush How little you know of your self You are a very goddess of love and Twill He released one wrist and endeavor ed to slip like disengaged arm about her waist This seemed to rouse the girl suddenly1iirustaware sent him sprawling then she sprang for the door But be was as nimble ps she forv iulckly recovering himself he held her tight before she could turn the key you forget who am Release once aud molest me no further ttSir pf the fair I swear to She whisked herself free of him and darting to the other side of the room whipped down a thin rapier from the wall j You will be well advised to put an end to this fooling I am now In no hu mor for It and with you neven It you have not the gUt to flee it I would have you know that I detest you and despise you and have done so since first I saw you Ah my littleLady Termagant you say as much now but when the world knows you paid a thousand pounds torn lover there wllllJe malay envious per sons who wish to 1 e despised as muchYou ruflan and thief Well did Volllns estimate your honesty But stand aside from that door or your stealing wJll nrofit you little Indeed cried Do Courcy with a laugh as be possessed himself of a similar weapon to that which tbreat ened him Tig already squAndered and Mm In sore need of a further In stallment Areyot fog duel then If you are coward enough to lift blade to a woman I meet kiss with kiss aat steel with steel always ready for either Guard yourself madam uI rwSteju4ed tu1W1I7J Wit gt L a rerot to inronr her off tIle guarc e advised her to maintain for being one of the bestswordsmen of his time he knew by her holding of the blade that she was Ignorant of Its practice He bruahed her sword aside dropped ijiliIt own and sprang ln upon her mspinif again her helpless wrists her arjsn pinioned tbw transversely across her body her tight hand still clmgfng to the useless hilt with the blade extend- Ing past her shoulder and behind lher His sneering grinning face so close to hers that his breath fanned her heek be pressed her back and back against t the wall the sword bending and bend- Ing behind her until the blade snapped off some six fInches from the hilt and fell ringing to the There sweetest of amazons you are stitigless now and naught but the honey Is to be gathered The very ease with which he hadl overcome her hoodwinked him to his danger The proud dominant blood of the Wentworths flushed her face with aip anger that steeled every nerve in her lithe body As with a victorious laugh he released her wrists sod slip pAd his arms around her she struck him twice with lightning swiftness first across the brow then own the face Nothing could well be more terrible than th4 weapon sbe had used for the Jagged iron tore his flesh like the stroke of a tigers claw The red cross showed for a brief moment then AoodlOf Cedar jDbotas he staggered back his hands to his face Yet grievously wounded as he was beseemed resolved she should not escape him and after the first shock groped blindly for her She flung the broken weapon to the for ther ride of the room and the noise of its fall turned him thltber striking atrdinst the table IlwL cag mat c chair SEiptoed utloualyto the door turned the key and threw it open before he could recover himself fortl he hrid lost all sense 4of direction andII could see nothing She took the loji mediate risk of drawing the key from the door to ward off the greater danger of pursuit and calmly locked him In If screams were as ineffectual as he had insisted he would take little good from his battering of the door for some time to come Frances now threaded her way through the maze of passages meeting no one for the gloom of death pervaded the palsCeat 1astJn the direction she had taken She dared not hurry in spite of the urging of her quickly beating heart but must proceed leisurely1as If she had a perfect right to be where she was should any inquisitive servant en counter her At last with a deep breath she emerged upon the great courtyard and so came to the gate The officer bowed to her and sbe paused for a moment to thank him fdf ills kindness to her In the earliecpnrt of the day 18 It truetbatthnt Lord Straf ford She could get no further Ycs my ludyt and grieved we all are that It should be so This morning on Tower hill The lords refused a er1eve even until Saturday Frances bent her head and struggled with herself to repress undue emotion but finding that Impossible turned abruptly and walked fast down Whitehall Her bright eyes bless hert said the officer toa comrade are not the only ones dimmed with tears for this mornings work On reaching the inn Frances thoughtI of waiting for the faithful Volilns but she had not the heart to meet him nor the Inclination t6 rest another night In the city now tk hateful to her Sbdwrote a letter which was forward ed to him by a messenger hut said noth ing of her visit to Whitehall telling him his estimate of DC Courcy had been correct promising to send the thousand pounds to be replaced In hex fathers treasury as soon as she reach ed her home In the north and asking pardon that his counsel had been de clined Two hours later Frances was on hex i ray to the north She paused on High gate hill and llooked back on the babel she bad left vast and dim In the rising mist of the mild spring evening Oh xfniel city Oh faithless man The bloodthlrst of London may be whetted Innd not quenched perjured king of Englandr She bowed her head to her horses mane and wept helplessly CHAPTER IX rwILLIAM ARMSTRONG rode Us splendid black steed like one jnore accustomed to the polishing ot saxldle leather thati to the wearing out of the same material lin the form of boots Horse t and man were so subtly suited each to each that such another pair might well have given to sonic early artist the first idea of a centaur ArniJtrong was evi dently familiar with the district he traversed for he evinced no surprise when coming to the crow6 of n height he saw in the valley below him a one storied atone building whose out houses and general surroundings pro- Claimed It a solitary Inn but the horse less self contained and doubtless more fatigued thrust forward lila ears and gave utterance to a faint whinny of pleasure at the near prospect of rest and refreshment The hand of the rider affectionately stroked and patted the long black nunc as if In silent corroboratiOn the animals eager an tlcipationslbThe young man was fdlr us his mount was dark A masfc of yellow hair flowed out from under his Scots bonnet and over his broad shoulders A heavy blond mustache gave him a gcmimilltqry air a look of the cavalier as if he were a remnant of that strick en band across the border whlch was lighting for King Charles ngnlnst dol ly increasing odds but something of jaunty self confidence in Armstrongs manner betokened that the civil war raging In England WAS no concern of his oft hut If he took any interest in It his sympathies inclined toward the winning side us Indeed wets the case with many of his countrymen His erect bearing body straight as one of his native pines enhanced the soldier like appearance of the horseman and it needed but a glance at his clear skinned but resolute face and powerful frame to 10 convinced that he would provea dangerous antagonist to meet Iin combaK while the raflint good nature of hls frank countenance indi cated a merciful conqueror should vic tory fall to him as seemed likely un less the odds were overwhelming Both prowess and geniality were on the Instant of being put to the test as he approached the inn where a way farer is usually certain ofa welcome It he has but money in hU pouch A llanccman hto tall weapoa held upright stepped out into the oad from the front of the closed deW before which he had been itnadlaifc wbes be saw that thf traveler WM about to halt and dtawun- tTeIl be fur ifcwwsru M a bit t c 1tff 1c111I 1ra 1 von srring expression 1 others unspoken intention uA wise mafo halts at the first pUblic house he comes to after the sun la down replied Armstrong Alim thipkin a mans no verra wise that stops whaur hes least want ed if them thats no wantin hjm has good aim In their hauns I Aye my lad steels a bonny argu ment rightly used Whuf a th steer here that a tired man willing to pay his way Is sent doonth rod intj yonner that has many a Wing ta chatter uboot an thats a Ah ken lot except that Ahm in let nane iislde tdisturb them IVhose man are you iIuAh belong ta th Yen o TraqUdu r And a very good friend of mini the Earl of Traqualr is Will you just go Inside and tell him William Armstrong is sitting here on his horse JThat wull Ah no fur if th king hlmsel were ta ask Ah munna let him by th door Sa Jlst tak a fules ad vice fur ylnce and gang awa to th next inn afore it gets darkor an yare like to lose yer rod amang th hills 1 must get souxething for my horso betpushed farther Ill wait outride until their lordships have finished tleircoun- cIL Th stalls are a ton dlrepdy an if n9t wi better nags at least wi the nags 6 noblemen anr Ahm ffthinkin thats neither you nor me jj Icrbe stalls may be four1 but my beasts empty and I must get a feed of corn noble or simple Ye tell the earl Its me and yell be thaiiklt Indeed me braw man Ah tak or ders fra the yell hjmsel an free nane else Jlfit ticket yer beast wI the spur Ior Ahil gin him a Jab wI ti nctatp this spear e descent of young Armstrong was instantaneous that the man at arms 180 no opportunity of Carrying 8uthfs or even of leveling the unwieldy tlthreat In his own defense The horseman dropped on him as if he baa fallen from the clouds and the pike rang useless on the rough cobblestones The black horse showed no sign of fright as might have been expected but turned his intelligent head and calmly watched the fray as accustomed to any eccentricity on lit part of his master And what the eyes of the quadruped sew was startling enough The wide spread limbs of the surprised soldier went whirling through the air like the arms of a windmill in a gale Armstrong had grasped him by the waist and turned him end for send rev ivlng him Catherinewheelwisel un til the bewildered wits of thq victim threatened to leave him through the action of centrlfugar force By the time the unfortunate sentinel lost all reckoning of the direction in which solid earth lay with regard to his own swiftly changing position he found jhlmself on his assailants shoulder gaping like a newly landed trout and thus hoisted aloft he was carried to the closed door which a kick from Armstrongs foot sent crashing inward The intruder flung his burden into the nearest corner of the large room as if he were u sack of corn Then facing the startled audience the young man cried Strong orders should have a stronger guard than you set1 gentlemen hold to the right or every Scotsman to enter a public dram shop when he pleases A dozen amazed men had sprung to their feet oversetting a chair or a stool here and there behind them and here and there a flagon before them Elev en swords flashed out but the upraised right hand of the chairman and his commanding voice caused the weapons tb hang suspended The very maid The very man we want Will where have you dropped from From the back of my horse a moment since a9 your henchman here will bear witness Traqualr Armstrong your arrival at this Juncture is providential Thats what it is providential It must be my lord for you did your best to prevent It Your stopt pikeman would not even let you know I was within lt111so I Just brought him in to give the message properly The sentinel had by this time got On his feet and was staring at the com puny like one dazed Wheres your pike demanded Trar qualr On the stones ootslde ma lord Very wells go out and lift It and see that you hold a bctter grip of it when the next man conies along Attend to Armstrongs horse and keep tin eye up and down the road Ill look after my own beast Tra qualr No need for that Will We have matters of importance to discuss and Angus here will feed the horse AS well as you can dp It Ill eat and drink whatcvcrs set bo fore me did never ask who is the cook but I trust no man to wait on my horse You bide by your sentry march Angus and Ill see to the beastt With this Armstrong strode out of the house the ill used sentinel follow ing him As the door closed the Inter rupteil hum of vonVcifeatiou rose ngulii Who the interloper might be wits the burden of the inquiry- Armstrongs the very man for our purpose said TraqmUr If any one can get through Old Nolls armies by craft or by force It is Will I had no idea he was near by or I lyould never have wasted thought op any other5I have known him for years and theres none to match him hlehui or lowlan JWe need seek nae fnrrur If Christies Wull lswulliu I wfsh unanimous consent to tender our prtfuit dniigerous mission to William Armstrong in the hope that he may get safely to Oxford and what is more important bring us with equal safety the kings written command If any of you have some one else to propose whom you think may accomplish ills business better than Will Armstrong I nsk you to 110mi mate the man and give reasons for your preference Knrh man looked nt the others as if r SourStomach No appetite loss oi strength nervous ness headacha constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh lgesuonKadol digestioncombined with the greatest known ionic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys Indrgestlonudcurse all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous rnemWanes lining the stomach Mn ss1l RiTftiuwpod W Vs Mys earsKMo1 I 1wPtI5rd by L 0 DtWtTT 091 Qt4 J a J 1 r tt- JayrTc Laxative Bromo QdnineTts i r TWlIIsMtr38 DOLLARS TO CALIFQRNIJJ AND THE NORTHWEST Tt4a H ndsonRoute Corresponding low rates to Wash ington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate Points Tlckejs onsale daily oip to and in eluding Mayl5 1905 Also Special Hpraeseekers Bate to the West and Southwest on cert 1ir dates 1 If you contemplate atripagku for rates IfyouVo ldtravelitJ Urifui7 oec mat your ticket reads over the HendenontRoute between Louisville and St Louis Fret Recliningi Chair Cars on all of our St Louis Trains Direct con nections in St Louis ynion Station with all lines to the W stand South west izjj IRWIN General Passenger AgentL- OUISVILLE Kv FOLLOW THE FLAG TO ALF R I OREgO And all points West yer low priced one way and round trip ticketsSCOLONIST RATES t March 1stto May ISlb Send Postal Caid for information 10 P W GREENE D P A Louisville Ky rurthersuggesUon nddressopened and enterINDIA RUBBER Proc l of Tnpplnjr the Tree nnil PreparlutbeSap India rubber or caoutchouc Is a dry conguluted milky juice the hp of trees and shrubs Indigenous to the most unhealthy and inaccessible re gions in the equatorial es Vtrles of South America in ccrtali Areas of west Africa and the Ug Jtla protee tprute The mortal nrjong the natives lu the qt1estI r lubber Is mous The ntl ex are equipped fji their hunts hy o brokers and venture to the Inn cL the caoutchouc trees in boat Ly marches through miles of tbjci 03to But the climate car rica off the rubber hunters like flies and the percentage of those who re veryjowManysion are possessed by the sap whlcH contains the 9uoutcliouc iii the form of myriads of minute glolhiles Tile proc ess of tapping the trees for the sap Is closely akin to the method of extracting sirup from the maple trees in North America The sapj Is collected In large vats The juice jis then submitted to a heat and smoke treatment A lire of pulin nuts isiinade and n pole Is inserted In the vjjt containing the viscid fluid When withdrawn from the vessel the cull tit the pqlc Is besmeared with the sticky oubstnucc The rubber Is then held In the smoke issuing from the palm Out fire until the sap coagulate The treatment iu the peculiar smoke effects the curing of the rubber When the operation is completed the pole with its charge is oxie more mersed in the vat of raw caoutchouc mid the smoke and heat process ret peated and so on several times until there is a large knob or accumulation of nijier upon tthe end of the pole con stirnted ot liundrwls of thin layers of rubber The end of the polellli tlwn cut out of the rubber and the pphcrlcal r mass Is duly examined by the broker and labeled accbrdinff tolts quality ENTERTAINING ROYALTY fIle Tosk Ti Always a Iost Trying nut TcillonM One It inSist nt time despite the honar be u somewhat todlouH functloi for u Itrltish subject to entertain the king for the house and all therein are for theI time of till lkings visit royal property At luncheon or dinner the host and his guests remain standing until roy iilty appears Then the host If the queen or princess be present escDrts her to the table the hostess following with the king U the kiiigi alone he leads with the hd tc r Neither host nor hostess can give the signal for leaving the table but must await the royal pleasure If the queen or a prIncess bo present when she rises she is followed by the hostess who tor the moment is the lady iu waiting A It is npt the proper thing for n servant to han anything to a sovcrcigti when tea or coffee Js served It lg first handed to the hostess who herself offers It to the king or queen Oldly enough fin ger glasses at dessert are when royal ty dines placed for them only When the sovereign dons a wrap no servant Is permitted io help butfIlady or citytleninn must assist Another rule is that If there is camela playing for money coinfres1i from the mint must be on hand fbrtho occasion Wtiesages often weeks and sometimes f mouths in advance and an bivltatfon o to them Is really royal cofymimt These m house parties are nlway vp y small a vanmart 0l nlladcjyba twUr v l iiIk4J 4 xil JOHN SHUCK MCELROYr CWJi ltmd McEroywlhrt n Ins rallQe 4 Real Estate Acnts f I 1 1 Fire Life aid Tor4 1surco 1J Land Sold on Oflfl1flS1Ofl t t Office over Peoples BankjPhOi4 if Ij 1 1Init 9 DIGN4TY DREJ1TINo I9S2VoI 5i A SiH R V COME3INED stTALLlON Mahogany bay black oinls white ably on left hind foot nincy irs old 35SJ hamlshigh weighs 1200 pounds i strong flat bone heavy mshei nd tail1 good back with long crane vv taperirig neck well set in hIgh miiii e shoulders a sadde horse head and ear on aimt a model undtfr halter eB often in model ring and winning thr bwe stringin every show wbndeffetlj style in harness show horse sure When ace year old wore all honor in atlstmei stringiFhas never been j rij in fancy harness rings haraiways Ienthe ktorin stallion sta1e rings i ia bredor when shown with tbre art more of his get for Size style and gene at conformation an4 fo aU uv poses He is a saddle horse with thc distnctgaitsfast line acting ra or hjstrotundersaddlein p high priced sale horse for saddle or harness He is a sure encugh liarpep he rse graceful stylish and fast can hof eighths in 18J secQiid a 228 with little handling did this last fall after serving 91 mares ist spfinjr is possessed of wonderful neVv arid spejed enough to get carriage tv with a kindly disposition for alT purposes f afamilj horse He Isthe J to sire parkers stylish graceftilf substanjce docility It has been give horsemen that he is qne of the most uniform brtfedwsln Kentucky f ypes his colt after himself has never sired a sorrel cot The most p ftt able horse horses for the farmer and smf11 breeder toprodude isthe ws4 which serves the widest rangept purposes well His colts aft bow cal a 0 the highest type blue string winners from the tpcst to the jounest DlackSgaS8 Tt Juri ImpRedge6rd uf tte HR he by William Welch 341 he by dicksHambletoniaq 10 flixi second dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd Bam by Gills Yerniontr 4tl Thoroughbred WelchmonVs lrt darn Pauline by Altne3tForet282- TERMSDignity Dare wit make the Reason of 1905 at my stable in Cs toiivllle Ry at 525 to insure a live coltl i Wares Tem oved fei fc iinsurance and money becomes due and tr dst be p tradeedoff of such tniiaii tion Mares grazed at S250 petf rnontU and bills to bep id before reflj 6 sl of mares Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Mares Intrusted ifif receive my personal attention out will pot be responsible for accida s o escapes PnDne in residence call Hustqnville exchange JD S OARPENTXI Uc Ei 1 SUNSHINE r Chestnut Stallion by the grejit Red Leaf ifoalqd J v Brqd by R Goddapd Jftlrrodsburg Ky now owned in Sjpringfield l iUinake thelseasoiL of 1005 in Charge of vest r Smth Son at the Fair Gppund ltables L APlO To IInsure a Livingi Coltt a O DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE w Sunshine is a beautiful horse aadcanstep aJlO shptwithrgrac style and acton He is the lining picture of Lord Qprdefl dgjcate4J t sho horse that ever wore1 harness J JHis breeding is superb By the great Red Leatthe champitf show horse of Kentucky and the leudingf sfrdiof high bliss roi hoies and teams Sunshine Js a Tll brother to Grious Sunr lirstJek j tk dun of Wildwood which sold for 3000 His ejcond dam U Ba tZrosa by Balrosa Ghjef he by ManjbMno Chief Thirdflam Magg thYantes by King Almont by Mambjrrno Ein and out Of Alxnou I Fourth dam Roling mare 221 i tSunshine was purchased anti brught to Sjringfild by a cs 18J1 of citizens who are interested in improving the greed in this county and all havlhg mares to breed will do we to see this horse The usuall rules and terms foi breeding horse will apply t A bUsirsiEEDUeZ1 i j IIJrrintheo i or young woman who would win success in life Thl being co DCe4t4IIN i65 first importance to get our training at th6 school that sssijftt Ivery front rank f 1JThh BRYANT G STR ATTON UIPEirN E Corner Sccoad Wf l1I1tjtI LO4I J5YS NT j i BOOKKEEP3HO RT AJM ID TVPEWFUTINGI TELEGF AFaHV iIn fo4 book j over united will mti1d ChQO1 kiI t the year enter at any tipie r J JoIt flu crs CisIS fi Y c adour hav 40lied Vre ms AlT BOETIA forthemaxxufactUrc Mi ture big money iont WMO and orbne to bustsg this aa1ed xc 11 lId H Sevextexperlenced teackrj ose me his line tPrl beautiful giving teatJ ooUU frp raduttes occupgjrinent po4Itioi an the StatesIt be toJ1lZStudents can 1t E WRHrPfiEssDNj IMOrpms chsrs Witili IDyssMury4edtiIS of tChItn Any 4sAle Dija 9ffrb lhe Bowek hiIdTEtThlNG POWDERS TzrTHNi t4t11JIfilsts ai25a LiiHeJtate no JOngr bEtaavth bItchild al thOusands jIVIagtbm II TEETHINA Ia allgIvn qwlkb cuntrat aa tk IMTLll To manage a braneb actoly allusatet- f Fbuitty akerand a aonth- ure a h- aestIgte RiMrtecs j h a specialis r I a One rtgbt is all the time iuCttf to prove that kiiieulis Uic b it dr in the world for backacke tpi4 kidney and bladder trottU lbave rheumatism or lot weMsM a Icfl4doe will fi fioltf DJ th740la Pair maef IL4